THE TTTONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, MARCH 20, 1S75 NEW AMD USED Cars and Trucks We are loaded with over 100 New and Used vehicles in stock and more coming all the time. Help us out by taking delivery one a new or used car or truck by April Pools Day and we will: * Fill the gas tank * Give you a Free Ford Times Cookbook > Buy the 1975 license plates (Iowa only) * Give you the deal you like and the terms We both can live with (with approved credit) 1975 Demonstrators on Hand for Immediate Delivery * LTD Brougham 2-door, Red/Black * Cougar XR-7 Red/Red * Elite White/Green * LTD Landau Tan/Ginger, 4-door * Mustang II 2 plus 2 Silver Blue — ALSO — FULL SIZE NEW FORDS LTD Landau 2-door, Ginger Metalic/Ta n LTD Landau 4-door, Silver Metalim/Blue LTD Brougham 2-door, Dark Green/White LTD 4-door, Light Green LTD 2-door, Dark Copper/Tan LTD 4-door, Dark Green LTD Wagon, Ginger Metalic — INTERMEDIATES — New Granadas: New Torinos: Gran Torino 4-dr, Red/black Gran Torino 2-dr., red/white Torino 4-dr., Pastel Blue Torino Wagon, Blue Ghia 2'door, Brown/Tan Ghia 4-door, Black/Copper 2-door Blue/White 4-door, Light Green New Elites: Dark Green/White — SUB-COMPACTS and COMPACTS — Maverick 4-dr. silver blue/ Mustang II Hardtop, Green blue Glow H Hadtop ' Ted/ Maverick 2-dr. bright yellow Maverick 4-dr. white/blue Blue n Mach , Bright Pinto 2-door, dark red Pinto 3-door Runabout, silver blue/blue NEW MERCURYS Marquis Brougham 2-door, Black/Blue Marquis 4-door, Silver Blue/Blue Marquis 2-door Tan/Ginger Metalic Marquis 4-door, Ginger Metallic/Tan Marquis 4-door,-Black/Red Montego MX Brougham 2-door, Ivy Bronze/White Montego 4-door, White/Brown Montego MX 2-door, Saddle Bronze/Brown Montego MX 2-door, Medium Green Metallic Monarch Ghia , 2-door, Black/Black Monarch 4-door, Dark Brown Metallic Monarch 4-door, Ivy Bronze/Green Monarch 4-door, White Monarch 2-door, White NEW TRUCKS F-700 Rangoon, red chassis F-150 Green Metallic and cab' F-150. Green /Green F-250 Candyapple red/white F-150 Raven Black/Red F-250 Glen Green Supercab F-150 Baytree Green F-250 Black/White F-250 Brown/Gold F-250 4-wheel Drive, white/ Blue F-150 Red/ White F-150 Blue/Blue F-1'50 Med Green Glow XLT F-100 Green/Green XLT Bronco Brown/White Ranchero USED CARS 1974 Chevrolet 2-dr., copper, A.T., P.S., P.B., Air 1974 Ford LTD black/cream, A.T., P.S., P.B., Air, Speed Control, 22,000 miles 1974 Cougar XR-7, slate blue, 9,000 miles, AT., P.S., Air, Speed Control •>. 1974 Pin.to Wagon, 12,000 miles, 4-speed, A.C., AM Radio and Luggage Rack 1973 Thunderbird, dark copper/brown, 2-door, AM/FM Stereo, Power Windows and more 1973 Cougar XR-7, brown/tan, A.T., P.S., P.B., Air 1972 Ford LTD 4-door, green, A.T., P.S., P.B., A.C. 1971 Chrysler 4-door, green/green, P.S., P.B., A.C., 67,000 1971 Chevrolet Impala blue/silver, A.T., P.S., PB., Air 1971 Buick, black/white, 4-dr., A.C., Power seats & windows 1970 Mercury, black/white, P.S., P.B., A.T., Radio 1970 Plymouth Duster 3-speed, 6-cyl., 81,000 mites, blue 1970 Ford LTD 4-door, A.T., P.S. P.B., white/green 1970 Ford LTD A.T., P.S., P.B., black/green 1970 Ford Fairlane 302, A.T., A.C., white/maroon 1970 Cortina, blue, 2-door, 4-speed MANY MORE 1969 AND OLDER 1969 Mercury 4-door, yellow/black 1969 Pontiac 2-door, black/green, A.T., Pifk.-P-B. 1969 Fords, brown/black, 4-door; blue/blue 4 : <Jodr; and white 4-door 1968 Ford Wagon, maroon 1968 Pontiac 4-door, green 1968 Ford Wagon, 3,02, green, A.T. 1967 Ford LTD rgold/\yhite, '4-door 1967 PlytnoUth, blue, 4-door 1967 Rambler Wagon, A.T., P.S., P.B., Air, white USED TRUCKS 1974 Ranchero, blue with topper, P.S., P.B., A.T. 1974 F-250 gold/white, A.T., P.S. 21,000, 2 fuel tanks 1974 F-250 orange 5,000 miles, A.T. 1974 F-100 Ranger XLT, green, loaded 1973 F-250 white/brown 1973 F-250 /brown/tan, A.T. P.S. 1973 F-250 blue/blue 1973 F-100 blue, 3-spd., frcyl. 1972 Datsun Pickup 1971 F-1QO black/green, 302, 3-speed 1970 F-250 tan/white, A.T. 1970 F-100 white 1969 GMC tan with stock box, 6 cyl., 4-speed 1969 Chevrolet red/white . 1964 F-100 red Plenty of other new and used oars and trucks will be coming to, so stop in today at Ley Motor, Your Gradndad's dealer, your Dad's dealer, and your dealer. Days cajl 836-^33, -for anevening appointment call .... Ron Meyer, Lakota .. ............... 5§?$2i£ Craig Lloyd, fe&iferof t ............. *W%%% Dave Ley .........? ............... 562-2858 LEY MOTOR CO. LAKOTA, IOWA Portland News By Mrs. Viator Fitch Written Thursday,. March 7 The Four Corner Social Club met Tuesdiay, Manch 4 in the lome of'Janice Moore. Attend- ng were Viva Ringadorf, Hazel Carroll, Janice Moore, Leona laase, Marian Spear, Leiba Whelps, Karen Ruse, Wyona Harms, Lennice Harms, Margaret Phelps, Vera Fitch, Sandra Hanms and Emily Larsen. Maran Bpear and Lennice Harms received birthday gifts from heir Secret Bisters. After the business was taken care of, the meeting was adjourned and the afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held in the home of Vera Fitch on Tuesday, April 1. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- lill spent .two weeks at Musca- ;ine in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weston. They took care of Lori while her parents attended a convention at Seat;le, Wash. They returned home last Tuesday evening. Mr. and 'Mrs. Joseph Hanson and .family of Chelan, Wash, arrived Tuesday to spend a few days in the parental Mennet Trunkhill home. Mrs. Hanson is the former Catherine Trunk- hill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trunk- hiil and Andy of Algona were Tuesday evening visitors in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Marsha Distfher, 2i/ 2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Discher, spent from Thursday until Saturday in .the Park Clinic in Mason City having a checkup. Mr. and Mrs. Al Discher of Wesley were Saturday supper guests in the Jerry Discher home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meyer and family of Minneapolis visited in the Kenneth Sarchet home Sunday afternoon.. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Harm, and faimily were Sunday dinner guests in the Robert Thompson home at. Algona. They substi tuted at a card party i n the Herbert Harms home in the evening. Mrs. Wally Woods of rura Burt attended a birthday part; last Wednesday for Eddie Metz ger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Metzger, Jr. of Algona. He is a nephew of (Mrs. Woods and was six years old. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods of Shefield were in Algona on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt and children, and Mrs. Art Brandt of Elmore were Friday supper guests in the Wardden Smidt home. Mr. and Mrs. Wardden Smidt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smidt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weydert and girls of Algona were Sunday evening guests in the Simon Smidt home, helping them celebrate their 43rd anniversary. God will mend a broken heart if you will give Him all the pieces. Written Thursday, March 13 The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon, March 20 in the home of Lois Bristow, with Arlene Bristow as assistant hostes. Roll call: "What, We can do to improve our club". Program: "An Easter Fashion". Fun Time: Grace Acker-man and Sarah Stewart. Mrs. June Spa'rks was an 1 overnight guests ; on Tuesday in '(the holne o"f her sister, Mrs. 'Carolyn Dawson, i n Britt. The ladies attended a Coffee House Concert presented by the Brltt High School. •Mrs. Victor 'Fitch and Mr. Vliice'iat 'Eise'nlbach'er of Wesley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreiasen to Spencer on Tuesday of last week. The 'men attended a Hig'hbred Seeft Com Meeting and the ladies did gome shopping. Mrs. June Sparks was a Sunday afternoon visitor in. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nydegger near Fenton, She made the acquaintance of Michelle, their infant daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and family visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Edon Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Gary Huber dropped in one 'her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robent Kruse, on Wednesday and helped her grandmoth- er'celebra'te her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Harrison and Chad of Cherokee came up Friday for the funeral of Mrs. Melvin Alt, Mrs'. 'Harrison and Chad stayed for a 'lew days to visit in the'home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe, near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Larsen and Paul were Sunday dinner uests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Do n Woiwood of Garner. Paul Larsen was one of the udges ait the Juriidr High Science Fan- at the Corwith- Wesley School Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Veerma n lew to Las Vegas, Nev. and on to Stockton and Sacramento, 'allf. where they visited old 'riends. They flew back to Omaha, Netar. where they had eft their car, and returned home last weekend. They were gone one week. Mrs. Veerman s the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. Mr. Phillip Veeman and Jeri "lew to Hawaii where they spent a week sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were dinner guests in the Henry Smith home on Monday in honor of the Smiths 47th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Victor Fitch was a Wednesday coffee guest in the Earl Zwiefel home. Royce and Roger Dugan of Oavenport arrived Friday for the funeral of Mrs. Melvin Alt. Tammy and Ward Dugan, children of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dugan, sperit Thursday in the home of Mrs. Grace Trenary Mrs. Robert Weber, Melissa and Carri were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Antoine in Ban- crofit. Mr. Weber spent the weekend snowmobiling with a group of men in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Victbr Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen attended Travelogue in Algona, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber and family, liir. and Mrs. Donald Weber and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and family of Algona were Wednesday supper guests in the parental Dave Weber home at Lone Rock in honor of Dave's 78th birthday. Later in the evening the group enjoyed ice creaim and cake in honor of ithe occasion. Anyone who is too 'busy to, pray is busier than God intends him to be. Written Monday, March 17 Several Portland ladies attended the shower for Sharon Patterson Saturday afternoon in the Burt Presbyterian Church Mrs. Guy Dimond and Mrs. Carolyn Dawson and Melanie were Sunday afternoon visitors in the June Sparks home. Duane Spear spent a week quarter break with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear. He attends Bemidji State College in Minnesota and made the Dean's list last quarter. Mrs. Johnny Spear, Duane and Darell Visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson a week ago Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear and Duane, and Carol Behrends visited Mr. and (Mrs. Fred Hilto n in Burt a week ago Thursday evening. Several Portland families attended the SOth wedding anniversary celebration in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lance Riefhoff held in the Burt Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy of Des Moines, and Sister Mae Murphy of Algona visited last weekend in the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and family were Sunday dinner [uests in the home of her par- ints, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miester [rove to Rochester last Thursday to spend a couple of days /isiting relatives and friends. They visited Mrs. John Daschle nd her sister, iMr. and Mrs. Harris Feller of Lytl e Creek, 3alif. who have been visiting 'or the past five months and were leaving soon for .their lome. The ladies are cousins of Mrs. Meister. The Meisters also visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Donovon on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Gary Huber and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger ETartns and (Michael of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests in the Willy Kruse home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister To the End of Time the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on lives the spirit. It Is this thought that our service^ express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Collect: 582-2858 or 562-2731 If no answer call 562-2309 Buffalo Center, Iowa Worth Money I Trade In your old Furniture. Vou are Invited to Kjus troms Furniture. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Established 1935 ' Carpeting:, Floor Coverts. Large Selections. Use our easy payment plan. BJTSTROM'S FURNITURE COMPANY Algona, Iowa and Linda Meister drove to Ft. Dodge last Wednesday on business and also did some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, Sr. and Leonard of Whittemore tfere Sunday dinner guests in the Joe Loebach Jr. home in honor of Joe Loebach, Sr's. birthday. They also came for the Science Fair at St. John's in Bancroft Kay Erpelding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding of Burt, made her firsit communion on Sunday, March 16 at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona. After services, the Erpeldings called on Mother Amanda Erpelding in the Algona Care Center. Luncheon guests in the Erpelding home during the afternoon and evening toere Mrs. Martha Hellman and JoAn n of Bancroft, Mr. and 'Mrs. Ed'Tigges and Mr. and Mi's. Ed Foertsch and family of Burt. Mrs. Harris Harms and children were Friday afternoon visitors and overnight guests in the home of her parents, Mr. arid UWrs. Roibeii Thompson, in Algona. Mr. Harms and his father, Mr. Jess Harms, drove ;o Rochester to visit Mrs. Jess Harms in the Methodist Hospital. Harris came home Saturday night and Jess stayed to be with Mrs. Harms who was to have surgery Monday for a broken bone near her hip. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Harms and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rhunke and Renae in Algona, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms, Jr. and family visited her grandmother, Mrs. Galena Zwiefel. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and Rodney spent last weekend in Minneapolis. On the way home they called on Mr. .and Mrs. Arnold Anderson at Lakeville. Mrs. Linda Meister and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Bernard Meister home. (Continued on Page 4) 3rd ANNUAL TITONKA TOPIC CLASSIC TYKE LANES - TITONKA, IOWA PHONE 928-2413 SANCTIONED BY ABC and W1BC FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY APRIL 4-5-6 Shifts at 7:30 and 9:00 p.m. ENTRIES CLOSE AT 6:00 P.M. 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