Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on February 13, 1975 · Page 9
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TUB TITONHA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, FEBRUARY 13, 1975 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Monday, February 10 The Pour Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 4 in the home of Karen Ruse. Because of the storm, not many were able to attend. Attending were Leona Haase, Viva Ringsdorf, Emily Larsen, Janice Moore and Karen Ruse. Hazel Ruse was a guest. The meeting was called to order by our president, Karen Ruse, ,the minutes were read by Leona Haase. After old and new business was taken care of there was a drawing of months to serve for the coming year. March, Janice Moore; April, Vera Fitch; May, Bonnie Rlke; June, Margaret Phelps; July, no meeting; August, Sandra Harms; September, Karen Rase; GtetofoOT, Viv»RingsdoTf; November, Hazel Carroll; December, Lennis Harms; January 1976, Emily Larsen; February, Leita Phelps; and March, Marian Spear. The next meeting will be Tuesday afternoon, March 4 in the home of Janice Moore. Roll call: "HoUsfcfield Hint". Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix of Fenton to K!ey West, Florida where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Marty, a daughter of ,the Hixes. They left January 16 and returned home February 7. On the way back they picked tomatoes, oranges and grapefruit. After spending -two weeks in Key West visiting, sightseeing, Ifeh- and and swimming in the ocean, ,tliey left for home, visiting Cypress Gardens, Busch Gardens and Disney World on To the End of Time. |the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on Uves the spirit. It is this thought that service* express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Collect: 582-2358 or 582-2731 If no answer can 562-2309 Buffalo Center, Iowa Savings and investments are the highest here. Home Federal Savings & Loan Association ALGONA OFFICE 50511 State & Harlan Streets (515) 295-7251 GARNER OFFICE 50438 325 State Street (515) 923-3621 ANNUAL EARNINGS ON YOUR SAVINGS AND INVESTMENTS ARE COMPOUNDED DAILY. 5V4%~~ Yields 5.39% - ON PASSBOOK Day-In, Day-Out Passbook Savings Any Amount — No Minimum 5 3 /4%- Yields 5.92% - CERTIFICATE On Three Month Certificates $500 Minimum — Yields G.T2% — CERTIFICATE On One-Year Certificates $1000 Minimum — Yields 6.98% — CERTIFICATE On 30 Month Certificates $1,000 Minimum 7V2%— Yields T.T8% — CERTIFICATE On 4 Year Certificates $1,000 Minimum - YleWs 8«O6% - CERTIFICATE On 6 Year Certificates $1,000 Minimum •. ,'Jf ft IB Accounts Insured To $40,000 All earnings automatically reinvested on March 31, June 30, Sept. 30 and Dec. 33. A substantial interest! pemaXf if required tor Otirljr withdrawal on tM — Wek « 9th «r*m 1M the way. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson and family were guests in the Jack Thompson home for a pizza supper a week ago Sunday, in honor of Jack's birthday. Michael Thompson fell while playing in the basement and broke his arm. Mr-s, Jack Thompson attended a n00n lunitfheon arid Circle meeHiMg last Thursday in the Burt Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and family were Sunday visitors n the Edmund Larsen home in Algona. The Friendly Four Club was wstponed from Tuesday until Thursday and will meet in the home of Marian Waltenan. Mrs. Alan LernKer, John and Kristy ctf Bredla, and Linda Becker of Des Moines were last weekend guests in the parental Frank fie'cker Kofflie. Jo Raska, Janet Becker, Loreli Keith and Ray McWhorter of Bur,t. were Sunday dinner juests in the Frank Becker tiome. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Lisa, visited Sunday afternoon in the Wayne Eckels home near firitt and were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Korene Grosser, Randy, Kent and Rachelle were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Harold Andreasen home in Burt. Mr. Donald Ringsdorf and his sister, 'Mrs. Brink Shipler, of Swea City drove to Osceola Friday to attend the funeral Of their aunt, Mrs. Jeff Davison They were overnight guests in the home of Mrs. Zola Gamble in Urbandale, a suburb of De; Moines. Mrs. Gamble is the daughter of the Shiplers. Mr. Roy Ringsdorf of rura Burit had surgery last Wednes day at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, for a growth in his blad der. He is getting along as wel as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefe visited Stella Peterson. Mrs Anna EDarringa, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs at. the Ti tonka Care Center On Sunday afternoon. They also visitec Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huber anc Mrs. Galena Zwiefel and Orlo in Titonka. I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday am I love today. lattle Feeders Clfnic . Set For February 20 Activities for the Cattle Feed- irs Clinic to be held Thursday, february 20 at the Fireside 3afe in Burt, will begin at 10:00 i.m. With coffee and registra- ion. Speakers and items to be 'eatured are: "The Future of he Cattle Feeding Industry In Kofcsuth County" by John Ley; Can I Better Afford to Buy 'ounds, Or Put Them On In Sain?" (Should I buy calves or Darlings?), "At What Weight ihould I Market My Feedlot !attle?", and "How Should I Best Allocate Protein Sources o My Cattle?" by Mitch Geaser, extension livestock special- st. Lunch will be served at 11:45 with the afternoon ito include: 'At What Energy Level Should Be Feeding?" (How much corn silage can I afford to eed?), "How Will An Increased Level of Silage Feeding Influence How My Cattle Grade?" and "How Will the Proposed JSDA Grade Changes Affect Vie As a Cattle Feeder in North- West Iowa?" by Gene Rouse, area livestock specialist; and 'What's the Value Of the Manure Produced In My Feedlot?", "What Is the Current Status of the Federal Pollution Regulation Requirements?" and What About Refeeding Processed Animal Waste?" by Stew- art Melvin, extension ag engineer from ISU. John Ley, county ertension director says, "I think this is the best meeting offered this winter on current topics of interest to cattle feeders." The registration and noon meal will be $3.00 with advance registration at the Extension Office by Tuesday, Feb. 18. VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Douglas Harms has been accepted for enrollment in the air conditioning and refrigeration program at Northwest Iowa Vocation School, Sheldon. The program is four quarters in length, and Douglas will begin training on September 2. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harms, and will graduate from Titonka High School this spring. Worth Money TrM« hi y««r oM Fnnritnro Yon are invited to Bins COMTLBR BOMB Onqpetiog, Fkwr Oov«rlr. B f Large Selections. Vae out easy payment plan. BJUSTROM'8 FURNITURE, f COMPANY Algona, lava A special opportunity to apply for the outstanding Farm Bureau Health Care Plan, More than 130,000 Iowa Farm Bureau members have Blue Cross and Blue Shield protection equal to the best enjoyed by industry. If you are a Farta Bureau member or become one before February 28, 1975; you can apply for the same "breakthrough" coverage subject .to health statement. Coverage includes best Blue Cross and Blue Shield benefits, plus major medical coverage and prepaid prescription benefits for post-hospital drugs. No waiting periods for accepted health conditions except maternity. Coverage effective March 1, 1975. But time is short. You have only until February 28, 1975. Find out today if you can qualify. Contact your local Farm Bureau office or attend open house in your area. With health care costs what .they are, it could be the most important thing you do this year. ee in is y, ib 71 1. a is y a« it d g r i, n s e il d t DATES: February 13, 29 and 3fl TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 2:0t pan. HOUSE PLACE: Farm Bureau Building, Algona OPEN Activities At The Titonka Care Center Story Hour started our activities on Monday, Feb. 3. We finished reading "By .the Shores if Sliver Lake" and started the next book in the series, "The Long Winter". Afternoon bingo winners were Bertha S., Hazel, Annie I., Harold', Gerhard,. Bmona Stenzel, Amy, Emma M. and Emma Smith. The Brownies came in the afternoon and presented a program of songs. We were each given a Valentine pin .they had made. We all enjoyed their visit. Special thanks to Mrs. Wilbeck for bringing the girls. Tuesday morning we worked on our craft projects, and in the afternoon we started a new craft series made especially for the men in ithe Care Center family. The men met in the dining room and began work on key holders, which are sanded and stained and ready to finish next week. We played "Name That Tune" in our Wednesday music session. Maude Childs and Margaret Reid tied for guessing the most tunes. In our exercise class on Thursday we played a few lines of bowling. Gerhard managed to make the most strikes, so we're all going to-practice so that we can tie his score next week. The Federated Club presented a program of songs, and slides of Washington, D. C. - were shown by Mrs. Fay Callies. Thank you to the ladies for ,the program and the cookies which we enjoyed with coffee. Friday's movie was "Grand Canyon". We enjoyed the colorful scenes. Jennie Eden celebrated her f birthday with a party Friday afternoon. Jennie's children brought cake for all. Following the party we played bingo with Dale, Maggie, Gerhard and Audra as winners. Happy birthday to Bertha Smith who celebrated her birthday on Saturday. She enjoyed the busy day and all the company and mail. Sunday evening church services were conducted by Rev. John Janssew. •*•>' '-"•"•••• Factory Approved F * ••• £* A I r rigidaire SALE Friday, February 14th FRIG I DAI RE FREE! 7200 S&H Green Stamps POCKET Calculator Regular $49.95 only $10.00 With Purchase Of Selected FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES and Wirth WATER SOFTENERS FRESH Baked Bread — AND — Turkey Sandwiches from 2:30 p.m. on REFRESHMENTS - 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. JAN INTERSTATE POWER COMPANY HOME ECONOMIST WILL DEMONSTRATE Electric Ranges — AND—.. Amana Radaranges FREE! Water Analysis by WIRTH BROTHERS DOOR PRIZES! Sole prices good through Soturdoy, February 15 SERVICE SPECIALISTS PHONE f2S-il27 TITONKA, IOWA , t» }

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