Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on March 20, 1975 · Page 10
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•:• LOCAL HAPPENINGS -:• THE TTTONKA TOPIC, TITONKA. IOWA, MARCH 20, 1975 Susan Trunkhill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill had a .tonsilectomy Saturday morning at Memorial Hospital in Britt. Her mo,ther remained with her at the hospital and they returned home Sunday On Saturday, March '8, Mr and Mrs. Charles Beed left for Des Moines to attend the Iowa Retail Hardware Ass'n. Convention. Having served 'as a director on the board the past nine years have been a privilege for "Chuck". Monday night, while still in Des Moines, their nephew, Mr. and Mrs. William Trees and two children, called on them at their hotel. They had a short visit o n Tuesday with Mrs. Robert Budlong i n the hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Givens returned home March 12 from a vacation trip through the southern states. They visited Mrs. Rosie Meyers and family in Nashville, Tenn. for a few days, spent some tome on the Gulf in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi, and returned thru Arkansas where they spent some time at Bella Vista. They saw many interesting things, but at this time of the. year they enjoyed the blooming flowers and song birds of the South the most. Cindy Hoffman caime Wednesday morning to play with Debbie Reibsamen. She was Debbie's dinner guest and they went to school .together in the afternoon. Don't Go Broke... PAYING HOSPITAL AND DOCTOR BILLS. INVESTIGATE OUR LOW- GOST FAMILY PROTECTION PLANS. GET FULL DETAILS TODAY. CALL .... VFST LIFE NEBRASKA Phone 923-2263 Titonka, Iowa \ j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beed arrived home March 5 from an extended trip to the Southwest. 'Their travels took them to Paradise, Calif, where .ttiey got acquainted with their week • old grandson, Eric Philip I Jaren and stayed with Ruth and i Philip, and Ginger Beed. From I there they traveled to Reno, ; Nev. and visited the Harrah Auto Museum. In Las Vegas, Nev. .they visited an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kings- jbury. I n Lakeland, Calif., they i stayed with Jean's brother and (family, the Lyle Tryons, and ' with a neice in Westlake Vil- j lage, Calif., and enjoyed a tour I of the Queen Mary at Long j Beach. In San Diego they were hosted by Mr. and .Mrs. John jHoltzbauer, who made It possi- | ble for .them to see Judy Haim.- i ilton. After about a week in the Tucson area and • a visit with [the Karry Hill family, they ' started homeward. In Albuquerque, N. M. their visited included one with Mrs. Berdine Korte. Many different kinds of ; weather and road conditions were encountered in the various areas and climates. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman were Monday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pries at Waterloo. 'Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Budlong visited Mrs. Bob Budlong at Mercy Hospital in Mason City on Friday afternoon. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman anl Mr. and Mrs. Reg iSchutjer were Sunday visitors i-.i ihc> home of Mr. and Mrs. D.ivid Boekelman at Lakota in honor of Randy's 13th birthday. EiT,:^~rr.'r-:x^^^ Consider your financial alternatives. '"*'-. Stock market? Foreign investment ? There ore many * fast- money schemes w!tH big promises In today's world. But if you don't want to play games with your savings and Investments, then rely on a sound financial program at Home Federal. - i Stop irifjt&fa/for EDE ^vmg* tare 4jjisufed« ,t<x' $f0^a^i^f f tfh^ 14 * *L » Xi «^ /«"*» >%>.,; * ," est return ,on v! your myesi by-law,; «' ' " *$•/?•,,%#% SAVINGS & LOAN - Algona - Garner - Britt , I i, >'•<,' W it' i ., . < , 7 ^ ' t ~t , . 5%%...,Yj«lds 5.39% - ON PASSBOOK • '•' Ony-ln, Day-put Potiiboofc Su.vlnQt '' ; Any Amount ••••' Wo M*rm>tui» 5%%-: Yit-M, 5;92% .- .CERTIFICATE , ••• , „ '.0). >!••>'» Mm.ll. CurtilkaW •'*•' ••. $500 Minimum On 'SO Mon'li Con! $I,<KKI Mioirru 7.78% CfRTIFICATE On 4 V»or C. $1,000 Mn Yields 6.72%'~ OK On»'Y«<» CailUm i)i006-A<imm(i!n CERUHCATE All otmiings AutoiyifiHccil.ty Vofrwested on 'March 31, .)u»w 30,'Si>f>>. 30 and Dec. 31. J34% --Yield* 8.06% CERTIFICATE A «n>bxtci»tinl inten«l poiidMy is r.equirud for-early-.withdrawal on all ccrtificatos. (Hfymrdj RAMSEY REFORMED CHURCB Rev. John Janssen. Pastor Sunday, March 23 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Worship Service. Wednesday, March 26 7:30 p.m. Catechism. 8:15 p.m. Junior Choir. Thursday. March 27 1:30 p.m. Reformed Church Women. 7:30 p.m. Worship Service. CANCELLED CHECKS HELP YOU BECOME A GREAT DETECTIVE Cancelled checks enable you to track down every dollar you spend for living within a budget. They provide you with an automatic receipt for every paid bill and at tax time a complete record of deductible expenses which can save you plenty. In any amount, your account is welcome. Titonka Savings Bank YFTONKA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Roy Hjehnaas, Pastor Sunday, March 23 9:15 a.m. Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. Palm Sunday Wor- IMMANUEL LUTHERAN Ted Ager, Pastor Palm Sunday, March 23 8:55 a.m. Gr. 7 Confirmation. 8:55 a.m. Sunday School. 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 1:30 p.m. Luther League practice for Sunrise Service. Thursday, March 20 1:30 pjn. A.L.C.W. General Meeting. Wednesday, March 26 6:15 p.m. Gr. 9 Confirmation. 7:30 p.m. Jr. Choir practice. I GOOD HOPE LUTHERAN j Herbert C. Hanson, Pastor j Sunday, March 23 8:55 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class. ship. 5:00 p.m. Junior U.M.Y.P. 7:30 p.m. Senior meet at Schroeders. 7:30 p.m. Lenten Service. Saturday, March 22 9:00 a.m. Confirmation Class. Tpesday, March 25 10:00 a.m. Bi'bl e Study. Wednesday, March 26 Palm Sunday 10:00 a.m. Worship. U.M.Y.F. j Friday, March 21 ) 7:30 p.m. Lutheran Church I Men. Saturday, March 22 8:30, 9:30 and 10:45 ajn. Confirmation Classes. Thursday, March 27 7:30 p.m. Holy Thursday MEMBEH FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Deposit Lnsuraiu-e Corporation X c>v*»>!~i < »>»>»>»; > *<***»>':**>*'>->'>s4i Mr. and Mrs. Dick Buffington and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gary Ludwig and Keith Wilcox will be in the Titonka area Isebrand and Scott of Algona, I for the next five weeks receiv- Mr. and Mrs. Ilo Bufflngtoi>, Mr. and Mrs. Don Buffington and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Buffington and Bradley of Forest City, and Mrs. Ray Hansen were Monday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffingto n in honor of Violet's birthday. Mrs. Kenneth Straub of LeSeuer. Minn, took Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen to the Minneapolis Airport on March 3 where they left for Honolulu, Hawaii. The flight took eight hours. They were met by Mrs. Gerald Welhousen, and spent a week visiting in .the home of their son and seeing the sights Of Hawaii. They toured Pearl Harbor by boat, visited the Polynesian Cultural Center, attended the Kodak Show, shopped at ,the International Shopping Center, which were just a few of the places of interest they saw. They dined at such famous places as the Willows, The Mad Greek and Fort Reuger, and were treated to an old fashioned luau in th e home of .their son where they were entertained with Hawaiian music and food. Other guests who helped entertain them were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cruze. Capt. Welhousen treated his mother to -a three-hour flight, over the Islands, and he piloted the plane. The Wel- housens were again met -by Janet at Minneapolis and they arrived i n time on March 11 to help their granddaughter, Kris, celebrate her 4th birthday in the Straub home. The vacation was wonderful, and the flowers, scenery, weather and hospitality in Hawaii were beautiful the Welhousens report. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher were w«ekend visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Laimker at Minona and Mrs. Caroline Panncke and her daughter, Mrs. Ella Wilker, at Postville. They were Monday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Boehm at Clear Lake. Randy Tjaden of Galva was a weekend visitor in the hom e of his parents, Mr. and (Mrs. Bill Tjaden. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wubben and Nikki were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gray in Rockford, 111. •Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps were Friday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings. ing on-the-job training with area Highway Patrolmen. Following this, they will return to Des Moines ,to complete 3'/ 2 weeks of training before graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huisnra n and Marilyn, and Maria Huisman of Algona were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwi'n Johnson a.t, Meriden. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cosgrove are returning home today after spending several weeks in Harlingen, Texas vacationing and enjoying the warm weather. Cheryl Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Graham, has joined the U.S. Air Force 2:00 p.m. Audrey's Ambassadors at Care Center. Thursday, March 27 2:00 p.m. Hope Circle, Maree Krantz. 7:30 p.m. Maundy Thursday Service with Carol Peterson and Rachel Eden in charge. Communion to follow. Communion Service. 8:45 p.m. Sr. Choir rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit DeWaard returned home Thursday from a two-week vacation in Florida and other points in the South. One night was spent visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Looft and family at Arlington Heights, 111. They continued on through the Lincoln country of Springfield and New Salem, and .then the Smoky Mountains and on to Florida where they toured St. Augustine and took a ducted tour of DOAN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Roy Hjelmaas, Pastor Sunday, March 23 9:00 a.m. Palm Sunday Worship. 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 7:30 p.m. Lenten Service. Thursday, March 20 2:00p.m. TjJM.W. Saturday, March 22 9:00 a.m. Confirmation class. Wednesday, March 26 7:30 p.m. Services with the youth in charge. Communion to follow. Mrs. Robert Kruse celebrated her 88th birthday a week ago con-j Wednesday. Guesits for the oc- the Kennedy j casion were Mrs. Ernest Jans- Space Center. They spent some i se n and Mrs. Jean Bloome of time on .the beach at Cocoa 1 Granada, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Beach, went through Cypress! Meinders of Spencer, Wise., Gardens and toured the western) Mrs. Dennis Hilpipie and Jes- beaches of where they diving. They Tarpan Springs observed sponge journeyed home through Alabama and Mississippi where they toured the Civil .War battlefield al Vicksburg. and will report for basic train- The weather was beautiful for ing at Lackland Air Froce Base, I most of the trip San Antonio, Texas on April 1. About 40 members of th e Sno-Indians enjoyed a Family Day at Thorpe Park on Sunday. They are hoping this won't be Monday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal were Mrs. Irma Doege of Burt, Mrs. Edna Wubben and Mr. and Mrs. Garwin Raf•the last outing of the season. . dal of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brandt, Bill Madsen.lMeint Huesman, Keith and Lori, and Marcia Behrends. Ray Carlso n and Pastor Herb Hanson attended a Church Conference in Mason City, Sunday evening. Sunday luncheon guests i n the home of Mrs. Emma DeBoer were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams of Thompson. seca of Blue Earth, Mrs. Gary Huber of Burt, Mrs. Eilert Boyken, Mrs. Bill Trenary, and the Birthday Club, Vivian Dietrich, Martha Fuls, Ella Fisher, Recca Hipp, Dorothy Van Hove, Ellen Loeschen, Sophie Radmaker, Viona Harms and Julie Stecker. Mr. and Mrs. Menno Fuls were Saturday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boekelman at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Aukes of. Buffalo Center are the parents of a daughter, Teri Rae, born March 5 at the Buffalo Center The occasion was in honor of i hospital. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Hof- Arlene's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen and family of Lime Springs were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings. mann of Titonka. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Hilka Giesking were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oesterman of Elmore, Minn. r DaVRl£$ Auction Sales EVERY Tues. 1:00 p.m. Hogs and sheep will be sold the first part of sale. DeVRIES AUCTION CO P.* i.TA t O O5NTER, IOWA Farmers Co-op Elevator I WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL Stockholders Meeting Monday, March 31st SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Business Meeting at 7:30 — Door Prizes SPEAKER: DUANE ELLOT WHO RADIO ANNOUNCER —By BOARD OF DIRECTORS Farmers Cooperative Elevator WILLIAM MADSEN, Manager TITONKA, IOWA

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