Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on February 6, 1975 · Page 6
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THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA,, IOWA, FEBRUARY 6, 1975 TITONKA TOPIC Official Newspaper of Titonka, Iowa 50480 PHILIP J. JARtiN, Publisher Second Class Postage Paid At Titonka, Iowa Published Each Thursday SUBSCRIPTION RATES, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Kossuth and Surrounding Iowa Counties, $4.00 per year All Other United States Addresses, $5.00 per year All subscriptions going to points within the county and Titonka trade territory are considered continuing yearly subscriptions to be discontinued only upon notice from subscribers or at the publisher's discretion. TITONKA LOCALS Myron Carlson attended a 4-H Officers Retreat at Spirit I Lake on Feb. 1 and 2. Myron is Kossuth County Boys 4-H j Historian. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stecker of Windom, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Julia Stecker, to help her celebrate 1 her birthday. Capt. Gerald Welhousen telephoned his parents, Mr. and Mi-s. John Welhousen, on Sun- clay from Denver, Colo, where he had brought an 11-man team of boxers to compete in boxing tournaments from the air force base in Hawaii. Mrs. Jennie Whalen is recuperating from surgery in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whalen, at Britt. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Eugene Beenken were Mr. and Mrs. Harm.Kett- wich and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade, Cindy and Maria. Daxrell Beenken of Ames spent the weekend in the home of his mother. Sunday forenoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krominga were Mr. James Hobbs and Mr. Richard Peterson of Woden. Mrs. Julia Stecker entertained 16 ladies of her Birthday Club a week ago Wednesday in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs. Anna Huisinga at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Budlong nor, Ronald Beagen. returned Friday from Las Vegas, Nev. where they attended the American National Cattlemen's Convention at the (Written tor last week) Mr. and Mrs. Jim Isebrand and Scott of Algona were Sun- MGM Grand Hotel. The major day dinner and supper guests address at the closing session j n the home of Mr. and Mrs. was presented by foitmer gover- Bradford Buffington. Other VALENTINE'S DAY — FEBRUARY 14 "Say It With Flowers" VALENTINE DAY SPECIAL! Sweetheart Roses Dozen $ 7 50 Arranged Orders must be in by February 10 because of shortage of roses I/ fP t FLORAL <^s7-O]~IJClll£1 $, and GIFTS KEITH and CAROL HOFBAUER Ph. 928-2608 Titonka supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schrader of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gardner of Algona. Cheryl Jaren was a Monday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dirksen at Forest City. BLAKE FUNERAL HOME PHONE 928-2735 TITONKA, IOWA TOP QUALITY FOODSat MEAT SPECIALS WILSON'S Big Bologna CORN KING Franks WILSON'S Pound 79c 12 Oz. 59c Smoked Sausage Pound $ 1 09 BUTT'R TOPP BIG VALUE Bread 3 Loaves $ 1° 9 BUTT'R TOPP Sweet Rolls Pkg. 69C CORN KING Bacon 12 Oz. Pkg, 89C JELL-O Minute Tapioca 8 Ounce Box 59c Spray 'n Wash Laundry Soil & Stain Remover 16 Ounce Size 99c WAGNER'S Orange Drink 54 Ounce Bottle 59c DEL MONTE Fruit Cocktail No. 303 Can 41 c FISHER'S Salted Peanuts 12 Ounce Cello Bag 49c WONDER SNOBOY GOLDEN or RED DELICIOUS Apples Pound 29c SNOBOY RED or WHITE INDIAN RIVER BEEF STEAK RYE BREAD ^ Loaves Grapefruit 6 For 79t MAZOLA NORTHERN GROWN RED Potatoes 10 Lbs 79c CALIFRNIA 88 SIZE NAVEL Oranges MARIGOLD Dozen 89c No-Stick STOPS FOOD FROM STICKING 13 Ounce Aerosol Can $19 | WAXTEX Wax Paper 100' Roll 41c FRANK'S Sauerkraut No. 303 Cans 2 i 55t INSTANT Ralston 18 Ounce Box 49c HORMEL'S 15 Ounce Can Chili with Beans 55c Ice Cream 5 Qt. Pail MARIGOLD Chocolate Milk l / 2 Gallon 69c Special Prices Good Thursday, Friday and Saturday at EARL'S MA Phone 928-2133 A CARDINAL FOOD STORE

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