Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on March 6, 1975 · Page 7
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, March 6, 1975
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THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, MARCH 6, 1975 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Boy Ringsdorf returned home a week ago Wednesday from Mercy Hospital in Mason City where he had undergone surgery. Lloyd Bartlett visited in the Levant Moore home a week ago Sunday afternoon. ,Leona Haase, Bernice Haase of Bur,t, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack of Lone Rock attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Martha Laabs, in Fenton on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Zwiefel was a coffee guests of Leona Haase on Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Zwiefel's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel, Mr. Levant Moore and Evelyn! Leona Ha'ase, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Huber, Mrs. Galena Zwiefel and Orlo, and Janet Bengtson were Thursday evening guests i n the Roger Olson home in honor of Rick's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baum of Blue Earth were Sunday afternoon visitors in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mr. and. Mrs. Bernard Meister flew into Minneapolis last Saturday from Hollywood, Calif, and were met by their son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meister, and Corey, so n of Mrs. Linda Meister. The Bernard Meisters had spent five weeks in sunny California, visiting i n the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gordo n Neaves. They and the Neaves flew ,to Honolulu to spend a week touring the island. They swam in the ocean and visited the pineapple fields. They also visited the northern part of the island, the Polenisian Cultural Center and the huge Morman Temple, and watched the sugar cane burn, and saw many other places in interest. Back in California, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Huisinga at Gardena and Mr. and Mrs. Walter To the End of Time the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on liven the spirit. It is this thought that oar services express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Collect: 5S2-2858 or 562-2731 If no answer call 562-2309 .'Jufialo Center, Iowa Zenda at Englewood. They visited Lion Country Safari near Sa n Diego, and the Wax Museum. Mr. Meister visited the race track at Santa Anita and went deep sea fishing off the coast of Santa Monica. Lloyd Bartlett was a Sunday dinner guest in the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glamm, at Janesville, Minn. Their daughter JoAnn, was home from Bimidji where she attends college. She is on the Dean's List. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmire were Tuesday dinner guests in the home of Lloyd Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Art Boyken were Saturday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meister were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mrs. Linda Meister. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow drove to Austin, Minn Saturday where they were guests in the Harley Rusher home. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Farrow were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Smith are the parents of a daughter, born Friday, Feb. 28, weighing 8 Ibs., 9 ozs. She has .been named Gretchen Bernadette. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brandenburg and family, and Mr. Ben Laimpe of Bancroft were Sunday afternoo n visitors and supper guests in the Harold Lampe home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tienan visited her gaanddaughter, Darla Reutzel, at the Kossuth Co. Next Week Designated Girl Scout Week In U.SA "Grow With Us" is the theme Get the highest returns onydur <'" '* I*"- . * v«. ' • savings & investments. Home Federal will' p'oy the highest interest rotes allowable fay taw on your savings. Your earnings are automatically reinvested four times a year and your account is federally insured up to $40,000. Plan for your future .wisely -7* and safely ,at Home Federal. Choose from 160 \- - ^**: • • .» -i if SAVINGS I WAN ,- Yifttds 5.39% ON PASSBOOK pay.lri, DayOut PoUihook.Savlnot , Any Amount • N<> Minimum ' | £_ Yield* 5.92% - CERTIFICATE On Hlfrlif |VWI< Cuilini.flll>» '' \ $.100 Minimum Yi«UK6.72% CMTIFICAH j j marks the 63rd anniversary of the founding of Girl Scouts in the U.S.A. and the organization's growth 'from a tiny group of 18 girls i n 1912 in Savannah, Ga., to its present membership of more than 3.3 million girls, and men and women volunteers. The North Iowa Girl Scout Council serves 5,000 girls over a twelve-county area in 50 communities. A strong outdoor program is one of the unique aspects of Girl Scouting. Camperships and the cookie and nut bonus plan enable girls to enjoy and lear n to respect the out of doors. In 1974, 671 girls attended established camps at Camp Gaywood, Clear Lake, and Camp Christie at Charles City. Day Camps were held at 24 sites throughout the area. Because of their interest in ecology, the Girl Scouts in cooperation with NIAOC are sponsoring a n Environmental Workshop at Camp Gaywood, May IG and 17. The .true growth of Girl Scouting can only be measured by the valuable self development opportunities it gives to young people and the improved quality of our community life that this has brought about. 6 3 /4% 6.98% CERTIFICATE % i,oo(l Mii<iinvii> Yi( ,uh 7.78% CHWHCAtt On -I V-n»r Cl"litin;tn 7.?4% Y.dcl.,,8.06%- ClkTIHCATE All H <, ; n",y 5 ,«inv*»1»d ^\.000 Minimum A iijhsi'i IK [ mtrrml ponol f ,, ,>,;, './ Wltiniruwol "" <-l equired Hospital on Tuesday. She spent from Monday to Friday in the hospital having a sist removed from her leg. Recent supper guests in the EuClaire Meyer home were Mr. j of Girl Scout Week in the and Mrs. Duane Dittmer, Valerie and Todd, and Mr. Arie Dittmer. This was in honor of Valerie's and Duane's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Meyer were weekend guests in the parental Eugene Meyer home. Mrs. Ella Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer, and Fred and Lizzie Meyer of Feriton, Mr. and Mrs. Art Beir- sted of Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Meyer of Cedar Falls were Sunday dinner guests in the Eugene Meyer home in honor Of Rodney's 8th birthday. Debbie Nelson will spend a week quarter break in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Nelson. Reg Nelson of New Hampton was home for the weekend. Mrs. Bernard Phelps drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs. Minnie Sperring, in the Park Manor Care Center. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bristow of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Moore and Daryl of Dol- iiver, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phelps and Kevin, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Phelps and family were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Bernard Phelps home. Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Huber, Mrs. Galena Zwiefel and Orlo, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Harm^ Jr. and family, and Claude Bilsborough were Tuesday supper guests in the Earl Zwiefel home in honor of Mrs. Zwiefel's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel and Dr. Lesiak were coffee guests in the Govern home a week ago Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Freese of Austin were weekend guests in the Earl Zwiefel home. Mr. andf Mrs. Lawrence Zwiefel of Algona were Saturday morning callers in the Earl Zwiefel home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel, and Mr. and Mrs. John Freese were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs for Sunday dinner at the Titonka Care Center. They also visited in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Louie Huber during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ellis of Emmetsburg were Saturday supper guests in the Ernest Nauman home in honor of Mrs. Ellis' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nauman and family of Minneapolis were down Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms of Titonka visited in the home of Hazel Ruse on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jody Cunningham of Burt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hlisman and Maria to Wichita, Kan. where they visited their children, Lt. and Mrs. M. J. Cunningham, Jr. They left Thursday night, driving all night, and returned home Sunday evening. It was 59 degrees down there They enjoyed itheir trip very much. It you can't have the best of everything, take the best of what you have. Interstate Power Co. Issues Annual Report Interstate Power Company reported today in its 1974 U.S.A., March 9-15. This year j Annual Report that it spent $21,887,971 during the year for new plant additions in order to continue good service to ita customers. An increase of $8.6,489 was reported in its net income for the year as compared to 1973. A substantial increase in net incottne was necessary to provide a reasonable reiturn on the additional $826,489 was reported in its net holders in 1974. The Utility has an increase of 10.4 per cent in operating revenue in 1974. Operating expenses however rose faster, increasing 10.6 per cent over 1973. Taxes took nearly 15 cents of each dollar of revenue earned in 1974, equal to $3.04 per share. The earnings per share of Common Stock increased 8 cents per share and amounted ito $1.67 compared to $1.59 in 1973. The report states that all requirements for electric energy during the year were met and Interstate Power had adequate reserves. Tji 1975 it expects to have a sufficient supply of coal available so that, despite the petroleum fuel crisis, 11 anticipates no shortage of elec tricity in the service area. TITONKA U.M. WOMEN TO HOLD GENERAL MEETING The General Meeting of the Titonka United Methodist Women will be held Wednesday, March 12, beginning with a 21 Entries Advance To State Speech Contest 21 students from Titonka High School received a I rating —, _-„ 0 at the District Speech Contest pot luck dinner at 12:30. The j and will advance ,t.o the State Contest to be held at Lake Mills on Saturday, March 22. Executive Board meets at 1:15. A n Easter program, "Hands Humorous Acting: Don Mich- ael-sen, Joel Hjelmaas and Rod Norland. Interpretive Poetry: Jacque Seebeck and Alvina Redenius; Original Oratory: Connie Heyer and Rachel Eden; ladio News'- Leanne Thacker, ?aul Janssen and Terry Meyer; After Dinner Speaking: Leanne Thacker; Improvisational Story elling: Vicky Schuller; Draraat- c Acting: Connie Heyer and Paul Janssen; Interpretive E»rose: Neal Struthers and Viccy Schuller; Book Reviewing: Debbie Janssen and Neal Struthers; Oratorical Declaimion: Debbie Janssen; Expository Address: Jacque Seebeck; Story Telling: Renee Womble. •Students participating and receiving n ratings were Donna Sden, LeAnn Baade, Jean Buff- ngton, Joel Hjelmaas and Renee Worrible. Titonka students received no m or IV rat-' ngs. Congratulations to all of the sarticipants. Mrs. Ed Brandt is; ;he speech coach. ' I of Easter", will be presented by \ 21 schools were involved in Mary Hjelmaas, with Ethel j the district contest. Those from Downs leading devotions. I Titonka advancing are: Hot Lunch Menu For week of March 10 Monday: Wiener On a bun, buttered corn, jtri-taters, apple, milk. Tuesday: Creamed hamburger over mashed potatoes, carrot and celery sticks, peanut butter sandwich, peach crisp, milk. Wednesday: Wiener bean pot, cabbage salad, school made bun and butter, apple sauce, milk. Thursday: Creamed turkey over mashed potatoes, carrot and celery sticks, sandwich, orange, milk. Friday: Lasagna, lettuce salad, sandwich, cranberry sauce, cookie, Milk. CONSERVE ENERGY! ••/ft)... -:.j'* -i Worth Money Trade in your old Furniture, You are invited to Bjui- troms Furniture. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Established 1935 Carpeting, Floor Covertr.« Large Selections. Use our easy payment plan. HJUSTROM'S FURNITURE COMJTAN* NOW OPEN! Burt Barber Shop Open 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Until 8:00 p.m. on Wednesdays Your Business will be Appreciated ARNOLD DEITERINC OWNER TITONKA NEWS Sunday dinner guests in the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight' Graham were Mr. and Mrs.; Ralph Runkle, Laurie and: Louise of Huimboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Graham, Ron- : . nie, Mark and David of Thompson. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings. The occasion was in honor of Dwight's 78th birthday. .: Sunday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hans e n in honor of Mrs. Hknsen's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ilo Buffington, Mr. Ross Buffington, Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher, Maude Stecker, and Mr._ and Mrs. Bradford Buffington. The Birthday Club met in the home of Recca Hipp on Saturday to help her celebrate her birthday. Those there were Vivian Wubben, Ella Fisher Martha Fuls, Dorothy VanHove Elle n Loeschen, Sophie Bad- maker, Julie Stecker, Minnie Kruse, Doris Leeck and Viorva Harms. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade were Sunday evening visitors. i n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Menno Fuls. Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Hansen of Clear Lake and M*-. Ross Buffington were Thursday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hansen for an early birthday celebration in honor of Mrs. Hansen. Kim Wilbeck came Thursday morning to play with Debbie Reibsamen. She was a dinner guest and went o n to school with her in the afternoon. You Are Cordially Invited To Farmer Days '75 March 7-8 FRIDAY and SATURDAY 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - SERVING COFFEE and ROLLS Register For Free DOOR PRIZES Complete Stock of Farm Tires FRONTS - REARS - WAGON 10-20% Discount on Tires in Stock 200 PASSENGER TIRES UP TO 50% OFF TERMS: 10% down will bold any purchase up to 61 days. - 7; PHONE 926-5790 WODEN, IOWA

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