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Titonka, Iowa
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of lUdoey and ea THE TITONKA TOPIC VOLUME LXXVn TITONKA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA 50480, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1975 NUMBER 10 THE BOWLERS CORNER Standings and High Scores for the week of February 24 National League Burt Sav. Bank 60 Redenius Insurance . 58 Don's DX 51 Fanners Co-op Oil ... 50 Heyer Shelling 49 Titonka Sav. Bank . .40 Koffee Kup League Ding A Lings 18 Chatterboxes 16 Superbowlers 16 Gutterdusters 14 Ifs and Maybes 11 Ding Dongs 9 44 46 49 54. 51 64 10 12 12 14 17 19 North Kossuth League Rome's Food Ctr. ... 67 29 Chuck's DX 60 32 Heyer Livestock .... 60 32 German Val. Store . .57 35 K & H Co-op Oil Co. . 52 44 U.B.C 46 46 Beed Hardware 45 V 2 46 \' 2 Farm Service 33 59 Trunkhill Tiling 27 69 Earl's Market 20>/ 2 75 V z Tyke Leaguers Titonka Sav. Bank . . 67 N. Cen. Pub. Serv. . . 65 Meyer's Painters .... 53 Tyke Lanes 52 Cunningham Cafe . .36 Stanley Products .... 29 33 35 47 48 64 71 Women Over 165 Joyce Madison 219, 187 Judy Junkermeier 210, 172 Mabel Welhousen '.. 199 Eunice Mechler 198, 185 La Vaughn Wibbe n 190 Kas Larson 188 Charlotte Anderson 187 Donna Rudisill ..186, 180, 113 Geneva Miller 185 Kas Larson 185, 168 La Vaughn Wibbe n 183 Marge Goetz 182, 167 Katie Ellefson 179 Kari Knudson 179 L. Wibben 179, 176, 173 Caralee Follman 177, 165 Marie Limberg 177 Margaret Bunkofske 176 Donna Rudisill .175, 171, 167 Arlene Christensen 175 Judy Junkermeier 171 Kas Larson 169 Kari Knudson 168 Mick Jandl 167 Shirley Amesbury 165 Barb Madsen 165 Men Over 205 Elmer Boyken 255,. 234 Lester Eden 237 Art Limberg 237 Leonard Stenzel 220, 205 Harold Wibben 219 Gerald Bahling .215 Lester Eden 215 Robert Brand-t 213 Keith Nelson 207 Ernie Lavrenz 206 Gary Hoover 20f Keith Nelson • 205 Woodchoppers League Tyke Lanes .'.HVs 28 1 /, Van Hove Shelling . .69y 2 30!/ 2 D.T.'s Lounge 65 35 Titonka Plumbing . .53V 2 46y 2 Callies V-Store ... 53 47 Mike's Construction 51 45 Titonka Topic 50 V 2 45'/> Carney's Std. Serv. . .41'/ 2 58 y z Farmers Elevator . . .41 59 Anderson Impl 40 y 2 59 y 2 Crystal Lake Furn. .. 39 61 Willex 21 79 World Day Of Prayer Joint Service At Titonka World Day of Prayer will be observed Friday, March 7 at 2:00 p.m. at the United Metho- ... . , _ dist Church in Titonka. Area ReV. Kildal 10 churches will join with millions of people in a chain of prayer that will cover six continents. This 89th celebration, of World Day of Prayer will be observed in 1,000 languages and dialects by Protestants, Orthodox and Catholic Christians in 169 lands. "Trees For Titonka" Project Taking Shape The "Trees for Titonka" beautification project is beginning to take shape, it is now ime to order new trees .to help replace those that have been qst in recent years. The Titonka Lions and Federated Clubs service project, which has the approval of .the City Council, las been given some financial assistance from the Titonka Area Diamond Jubilee Steering Jommittee. Their gift of $300 will help defray the cost of new trees to homeowners. It is suggested that trees could be used to beautify Titonka by replacing those in the 'parking" area between the street and sidewalk, or in the homeowner's front yard at least 20 feet from the house or other buildings. Recommended spacing is at least 60 feet apart and away from all overhead utility lines. Planting guidance and care instructions will be available with the trees. For those who are unable to plant their own trees, Lions Club members will be ready to assist. F.F.A. boys have also indicated an interest in helping. Four varieties have been chosen as well-suited for our soil type and climate on the recommendations of the U.S. Soil Conservation Service am! Indians Beat Burt 59-49; Meet Terril For Dist. Title Indians Put It Together; Defeat Ledyard and Rake The Titonka Indians put it Huesman, and he calmly drop- all together in the final two i ped 6 of 6 from ,t.he charity line rounds of the Boys Class "A"' to give the Indians the 63-52 Sectional Basketball Tourna- victory and the right to meet ment last week and captured a berth in the District Tournament to move within three games of the state finals! Rake i n the sectional finals at Lakota the following night. FT FG TP P J. Loeschen ... 1-3 494 Playing in the semi-final E. Zwiefel 0-2 round at Buffalo Center, Tyke played their best game of the year to sideline the Ledyard Panthers 63-52. The victory also avenged an earlier 47-39 defeat at the hands of the Panthers. Titonka took an impressive 10-2 lead early in the firs.t period as they moved the ball well and waited for the open shot, making their first five attempts from the floor. Ledyard cut the margin .to 12-9 with 2:29 to play, but the Indians were in front 18-12 at the horn. After Titonka had built a Stores Close Early For Tournament AH stores in Titonka will •close at 6:00 p.m., Friday, March 7 so that employers and employees will be able to attend the District Basketball Tourn- ment and Spencer and back the Titonka boys. GO, INDIANS, GO!! it.he Kossuth County Extension j 32-22 advantage with 3:24 .to certified j play in the half, the Panthers State of i got warm and cut the margin Iowa and are guaranteed. They to 35-30 at halftime. will be from 6-10 feet tall and Ledyard cut the margin to l'/ 2 inches in diameter. Cos v .i two points, 38-36, with 6:25 left Service. Trees are disease free by the will be $8.00 per tree. Tree available will be Marshall Seedless Ash, Shademaster Locust, I Bmeral Queen Maple and Hackberry. The trees are to be dug April 11 and available for planting April 12, weather per- S. Dietrich P. Ubben . . D. Mechler . K. Huesman 0-0 2-3 2-4 6-6 8 16 6 12 2 6 6 14 0 6 Titonka 11-18 26 63 15 Ledyard 6-16 23 52 15 Scoring By Quarters Titonka 18 17 14 14—63 Ledyard . 12 18 12 10—52 Indians Win Sectional Following tough games the night before, both Tyke and Rake showed the strain and the pressure of the sectional final: as they had trouble hitting in if.he first period. The Indians made only 4 of 14 attempt while Rake managed to lint the range on only 2 of 9 trie.' from the floor against a stiff The Titonka Indians cleared another hurdle on the tough road to the Boys Clas3 A Sub- State Basketball Tournament when they downed a scrappy Burt quintet 59-49 at, Estherville Tuesday evening in first round actio n of the District Tournament; Their next test )onna Nelson Wins Women's Singles Event Donna Nelson put together ;ames of 223, 168, 204 and 'a handicap of 78 pins for a 673 series to win the singles event in the Women's City Bowling Tournament held last week atl will(b e the finals of-the district Tyke Lanes. With 25 women j wnen they meet Terril at 7:30 taking part in the event, others | P- m -' Friday at Spencer. Both placing were Donna Rudisill teams ^ carrv identical 16-5 580, LaVaughn Wibben 576, Dora Brandt 575, Caralee Follman 573, Florence Eden 572, Janice Trunkhill 566, and Esther Christensen 561. The team of Lana Trunkhill 475, Katie Ellefson 482, Dora Brandt 436, and Charlotte Anderson 520, wo n the team division with a team total of 2195. Placing 2nd in the six teams taking part was a 2079 total. With 13 doubles entries, Lois Sonius and Barb Madsen wo n the event with 'an 1126 total. Other winners were Judy Junkermeier and Linda Etherington 1089, Kari Knudson and Caralee Follman 1065, and Donna Rudisill and Geneva Miller 1056. records into the game, with the winner advancing to sub-state action at Spencer next Monday. Tine Indians dominated the play in the first half of their battle with Burt as they .took a n early 4-0 lead but saw the score knotted at 6 apiece before they were attic to upe n up a substantial margin as the Bears were unable to score against a strong Titonka defense and made only 4 of 18 shots in the first period. With just over a minute' to play in the quarter, Titonka had stretched their lead to 16-6, and led 18-8 at the buzzer. I n the second period, Burt managed to hit on only 4 of 2:1 tries from the floor while Ti- Tilonka defense, 8-5 at the horn. and Tyke led Playing on a neutral floor at The Men's City Tournament | tonka scored on 7 of 18 at- will be held next week, March I temps and opened the lead to in_i* at TVU-O T,nm>s Thorn will', 34-16 before the Bears hit three 10-15, at Tyke Lanes. There will be singles, doubles and mixed Each year women from different parts of the world are invited to write the program. This year's service was written by the Women's Ecumenical Prayer Fellowship of Egypt. It is called "Become Perfectly One" and is a service for meaning of Christian Unity in the broad context of a pluralistic society. Thousands of Christians who are outside the Orthodox tradition will be able to take part in a service that includes elements from a liturgy dating back to the early centuries of Christendom as well as elements bor n of th,e Arab experience of protestantism and Catholicism. The offering will go to Intercontinental Missions and is used to provide- grants for higher education for women; preparation and distribution of Christian literature i n Asia, Africa and Latin America; education for minority women and American Indian youth; ministries, $mong the migrant farm workers; and, short term projects wntch might occur in war on refugee area, self-help projects such as day care centers, planning for health and nutrition, and the ministry in the National Parks. Local churches participating i n this service include Good Hope and immanuel Lutheran, and Doan and Titonka United Mathodist. All persons in the area are invited to attend. A fellowship Hour following the service is in charge of Mrs. Don Budlong. Here Sunday Evenimg Dr. Morris Kildal of Indianola will be the special Lenten speaker at the Titonka United Methodist Church this Sunday evening. Dr. Kildal served as pastor at Titonka-Doan from 1961 to 1964. Since being minister here, he has been pastor at Rock Rapids and Humboldt, and served as the director of Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge until his retirement last June. The service will be at 7:30 p.m., with a Fellowship' Hour honoring Dr. and Mrs. Kildal following ithe service. Everyone is invited to this Lenten service. DRIVE SAFELY! 15 DAYS Without A Fire Music Department To Present Pops Concers The Titonkla High School Musjfc Department will present a Pops Concert at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 11 in' thf hifh school audltoriutm. Admission will toe $1.00 for adults and 50c for students. Refreshments will be served following the concert in the Multi-Purpose Room. Featured in the concert will be the. Girjs Glee Club p$r- "" and "WJjait; ,]||ve They Done TO My Song, . Ma?", and the High School Lab Bteind playing "Rock Odessey", "Santa Anna" and others. AREA SNOWMOBILERS INVITED FOR POKER RUN All area adult snpmobilers are invited to take paW in a trail ride and poker run 'this Saturday, March 8, planned by the Titonka Sno-Indians. The riders should meet at the school a.t 7;QO p.m. and, return by 9:00 for chili supper and short business meeting. This is the la$t planned adult .ride, for the clijj> this season. Dinners of j$c.0s on Fel).' 23 during the S^mjly Fun D>£ weje: Barrel Race, BradH;arn$, Dari Amestoury and Miark Anderson; Drag race,jlef'f Zwiefel, Greg Hoover, Dan Ames&ury and Mike Smidt; Catalog Race, Christie Smidt, Sid Smidt, Mike Movick, Brian Rippentrop, Mike Smidt and Sue Rike, in the third period as the Indians were able to hit o n only 2 of 6 shots from the charity i line in the quarter. Leading by two, Jeff Loeschen and Dean Mechler hit from the floor a minute apart to regain a 6- to theii the final mitting. Alternate planting point lead, and the period end- dates will be announced. Advance order and prepayment are required. Orders will be on a first come first serve basis for the 50 trees, and should be placed by March 14. i ed with the Indians in front ' 49-42. The Panthers hit the first three points of the final period, but Tyke answered .that with three buckets to lead 55-45 with To order, call Federated Club 3:4 5 to play.' Those were the Committee members, Mrs. Rod Wilbeck 928-2218, or Mrs. Herbert Hanson, 928-2552. Your check may be sent to either of the women. Please make your check payable to "Trees for Titonka". Other committee memebrs are Jack Womfole and Cliff Krantz of the Lions Club. John Ley, county extension j director,, will present a general information program about replacing -trees at the Lions Club meeting at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 13. All interested people are invited to attend. Do your part now to help beautify our town by replanting (trees. Our grandfathers planted the trees that we have enjoyed for many years; now it is our turn to do this for our grandchildren! Titonka Bowlers Beat Team From Belmond A. J. Brudlong, with an 828 serjes, led a Tlto.nka bowling team to a*one-sided victory over a team from Belmond Sunday night in a 4-game match. On games of 980, 852, 857 and 950, Titonka drubbed the visitors 3639 to 3193 as they won .three of the four games. Also $£wli^fj for Titonka were Meijle Soever 760, Phil Jaren 709, Stariiey Larson 682, and Earl Knudson 670. The teaims will meet again at Belmond a week from Saturday. IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CIRCLES TO MEET l&marvuei Lutheran A.L.C.W. Circus will ttieet as follows: Bethel meets at Nancy Brandt's at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 11. Dorothy Giesking is hostess and the lesson will be by Darlene Schmidt. Sarah meets o n Thursday, Mar,ch 13 at 1:30 p.m. ait Marlys Bruns. Lesson Mildred Ric£lefs. Anna meets Thursday, Mifch 13 at £:3Q p>m. at HuJiJs' Boyken's ^rith le$on by Janice.M. and SWan- tje Boyken. Victory meets Monday, March 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Helena Buss. Hostess, Deloris Cul'bertsori; lesson by Threse Ubben. Lois meets Tuesday, JMarch 11 at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Hostess and lesson by Marjorie Boyken. last two-pointers for the Indians, and Ledyard hit for six to trail 55-51 wi,t.h 1:23 to go. Phil Ubbe n hit a pair of free throws with 1:06 on the clock, and Mechler fouled out with 54 seconds remaining. Ledyard committed three fouls on the new played in the game, Keith Local Grade Students Take Part In Contest three periods as they used a tenacious defense to stop the usually hot-shooting Rake Tigers and hold .them to only 4 buckets on 25 attempts i n the first half. Titonka continued its fine play of the night in the second period and pulled into a strong 26-11 advantage at the half. Led toy Dean Mechler with 18 points, the Indians showed that any of their starters could hit from outside, and they increased their lead to 46-27 after .three periods. The final eight minutes also belonged to the Indians as they put another 18 points o n the board for the 64-41 victory. Lakota, the Indians founcl^the j cloub i cs events. All men bowlers are urged to enter to help make .this a good tournament. Ted VanHoves Honored On 50th Anniversary The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Hove honored their parents on the occasion of their 50th Wedding Anniversary on charity tosses .to close the gap to 34-19 at intermission. The first eight times the Indians had the ball in the second half,, they missed six shots and had .two txirnovers as the Bears cut the margin to. 34-25. Tyke hit the next six points, but Burt bounced back to score seven unanswered points to cut the Indians lead to just 8 points, 40-32, and Tyke scored the final three ...... . Sunday afternoon, Feb. 23 at P° mts of tne Quarter. Good- Hope Lutheran Church in Titonka. Guests were registered by Mrs. Ronnie Folkerts, and Syl Burt got to within 8 points again 44-36, but Tyke met .the' challenge by running off 10' consecutive points to put the vester Van Hove served as game away with a 54-36 lead master of ceremonies. The i ani * 3:59 to P Iav - The final Anniversary Song was sung by! minutes of the game got rag- Debbie and Diane Van Hove, I ged as the Indians held on .to S. Dietrich D. Mechler FT FG TP 0-0 5 10 0-2 0 About 138 5th through 8th Titonka P. Ubben 4-5 J. Loeschen .... 0-0 E. Zwiefel 0-0 K. Huesman ... 0-1 D. Amesbury ... 0-0 4-8 9 18 2 4 12 2 7 14 1 480 002 1 2 0 30 64 i and Sylvester introduced the family and gave a talk. Mrs. Allen Divis gave a reading, fol- win 59-49. Tyke hit on only 6 of 29 shots second half after they had lowed by a prayer by Rev. opened the game by hitting 16 Herbert Hanson, and a solo by of 36 i n the first half. Burt Sylvester. managed to score on only 8 of Sentral, WodenOrystal Lake Scoring by Quarters and Lakota Schools participat- Titonka 8 18 20 18—64 ed in a Solo Contest at Titonka on February 22. The contest started at 8:30 a.m. with each student playing an instrument solo before a judge who wrote dow n comments lor the students to improve their playing, and to praise .the students for playing well. Students were given a rating of I (excellent), H (good), or in (fair). Titon'ka received 4u of the. 93 1's and 13 of the 45 ITs given. The students learned much from their performing and also from hearing students from ather schools. Rake 5 6 16 14—41 grade students from Titonka, Rake ...'.".'.'.'.' 3-4 19 41 12 Sharon Divis, and Mrs. Bernie Weydert of Algona and Mrs. Larry Van Hove of Buffalo Center presided at .the coffee service. The children and their families served the lunch. 230 guests were registered from Titonka, Independence, Wesley, Leland, Buffalo Center, Cedar Falls, Iowa Falls, Ackley, James and Merlin Van Hove 40 shots in .the first half, but dining room hosts. Punch'came back to hit 13 of 31 in was dipped .by Judy Spear and the second half. Leave For California Marian and ]?aul DePoister left Monday^ by automobile for San Francisco, Calif, where Paul will rejoin the cruise ship S.S. Mariposa on March 14 for his 76th cruise ,to Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand and Australia They are motoring a southern route with hopes of finding sunny weather, and plan to stop i n Las Vegas to see a few shows and visit friends in the enteritainment world. Marian will fly home next Thursday, and Paul will return at the conclusion of his cruise on April 29. has toe^n asked many how he enjoyed the winter in Titonka a&d he says he "loves it"! (ED N6TE: Boy, the world is filled with the "cway- iest" people, or he must have been hit on the head with a coconut!) CHECK THE CLASBIFDQM Titonka, Iowa February 27, 1975 SPECIAL COUNCIL MMETING On Thursday, February 27, 1975, the City Council of the o, County, Iowa, met in special session for the purpose of conducting a public hearing on the propos;ed 1975-76 city budget. i Notice of time and place of hearing had bee n published on February 20, 1975, in the Titonka Topic and there Were no oral or written objections presented. Mr. John Gray of Minnesota Valley Testing Laboratories, Inc. was present and explained their program of picking up and testing samples of waste water, and assistance in preparing reports in compliance with EPA and DEQ of Iowa. He will send contract information for consideration at the March 6th meeting. Due to the lack of a quorum, Boyken made a motion to adjourn, the council to adjourn to 7:30 a.m. tomorrow. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Baade with the following cpuricilmen present: Schuster, Heyer, Krominga and Boyken; Jaren absent. Motion was made by Schuster and seconded by Heyer to adopt the J.uly 1,1975 to June 30,1976 city budget, Qrt roll call vote, the yqlie' was 4 ayes, 0 nays, 1 absent. , Meeting adjourned. MYRTLE G. ALKE, City Clerk Attest: WALTER BAADE, Mayor Rock, Lakota, Algona, Everly, LuVerne, Ames, Spirit Lake, Britt, Kei&ter, Minn., and Kansas City, Mo. J. Loeschen . D. Mechler . P. Ubben 6-6 S. Dietrich E. Zwiefel . FT FG TP 4-4 2 8 4-9 8 20 3 12 4 8 0-0 1-2 P. Heyer 0-0 5 11 0 0 F 3 1 2 3 1 1 Titonka 15-21 22 59 11 Burt 7-12 21 49 14 Scoring By Quarters Titonka 1816 10 15—59. Burt 7 1'2 21 17—49 GIRL SCOUTS ENTERTAIN PADS ON SPECIAL NIGHT It was Dad-Daughter Date Night at Good Hope Lutheran Church on Monday, March 3, as local Girl Scouts entertained their dads and guests at a 6:30 pot luck supper. Honored guests attending were Mrs. Mary Ellen Ort, Maso n City District advisor, from Northwood, Mrs. Lamont Junkermeier, neighborhood chairman; Mrs. Clifford Krantz troop organiser; Mrs. Bradford Buffington, Woman's Club president, and their husbands. Following the meal, games were played. IJach troop presented skits and songs. A large crowd enjoyed 'the informal, fun-filled evening. TITONKA FEDERATED CLUB TO MEET THIS EVENING The Titonka Federated Club will meet Thursday evening in the home of Joyce Hansen with ( Funeral Service Held For Bernard Kirk, 70 Funeral services for Bernard J. KirK, 70, were hejld Thursday, Feb. 20' at St. Ambrose CaUiolic Church in Cheverly, Md. Interment was in the Gate of Heave,n at SilVe'r Spring Md. Mr. Kirk passed away at the iProvjdence, Hospital in Washington, D.C. o n ' 'February 17 after a short illness. The son of the late Owen and Ada Kirk, he was born Jan. 20, 1905 at Ludlow, Ili'. On August 17, 1943, he -yinas united in marriage to Rath; E'. Miller of Titonka at Washington, D.C. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; s$p, T$to,ni'as, daughiter- in law, Sharon Lee; two sisters, Kay Kirk artd Adelle Etter; one brother, Wayne Kirk; four grandchildren, nieces and neph- He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Austin. Alba. Hamilton as. assisting DORDT CONCERT CHOIR ' ' ----- -• — _.- . -_-Y«,_. hostess. topjc, "JCnpigr Your An, . .. wt Vt»m* « ' "» »*. "i iv / _ i •• l "M** *~ iT-™ i.~-'»•*" T " ff' TV^t? U^- . jSr*"*^"3* W tiques", will be presented by'Choir of Sidux; Center will Shirlee Boyken. Vicky Boelman i present a concent at the Woden i*; Th 6'f Sid will 'have "Bike and Cycling 'Safety". Roll call will be "Share an antique". CHristtan R^tormed Church at 8:00 p,m., Saturday, March 15. Everyone is' welcome,

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