Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on March 27, 1975 · Page 6
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THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, MARCH 27, 1975 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Monday, March 24 The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon, March 20 i n the home of Lois Bristow with Arlene Marlow as assistant hostess. Attending were Grace Trenary, Esther Shipler, Francis Smith, Grace Ackerman, Sarah Stewart, Margaret Govern, Hilma Carlson, Arlene Marlow, Thelma Meister, Arlene Wood Virgie Smith, Vivian Button, Eva Shipler and Vera Pitch Lucille Seegebarth of Lone Rock was a guest. Roll call: "How w e can improve our club". Program: "An Easter Fashion" Fun Time: Grace Ackerman and Sarah Stewart, quizes, with Francis Smith and Arlene Marlow winning prizes. Mary Weber received a birthday gift from her Secret Sister. The next meeting will be held Thursday, April 17 with Francis Smith and Grace Trenary as hostesses. Boll call: "News item". Fun Time: Lois Bristow and Arlene Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Ar.thur Hix of Fenton were Thursday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Hazel Ruse. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch of Renwick visited in the Victor Fitch home Thursday evening. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland will meet Tuesday afternoon, April 1 in the home of Vera Fitch. Roll call: "Household hint or something pertaining to Easter". Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and family of Britt, Mrs. Linda Meister and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Marlow and Cole were Sunday dinner guests in the parental P. W. Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson returned home from Florida On Thursday after spending three FOR SALE: Reka Cordes House As Executors of the Reka Cordes Estate, we are offering for sale her former residence legally described as: West 35' of Lots 5 and 6 Block 19, Way's Addition to the town of Titonka, Iowa Taxes will be prorated to the date of possession which will be given May 1st, 1975. Bids should be submitted in writing to one of the Executors on or before April 15th> 1975. The successful bidder will be expected to sign a real estate contract in the usual form with 10% down and the balance upon delivery of possession. Transfer of title will be by Executor's deed conveying merchantable title to the buyer. In order to inspect the house, please contact either of the Execntors. John Cordes, Executor R.R. Lakota, IA. 50451 Telephone: 886-2529 Albert Cordes, Executor Buffalo Center, IA. 50424 Telephone 562-2921 months there. Mrs. Thompson said it was exceptionally warm down there this winter. Mr. and Mrs. pdmund Larson of Algona were Sunday dinner guests in the Jack Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson attended the funeral of Mr. Henry Keith, Wednesday, in the Hurt Lutheran Church. David Herrick of Burt was a Thursday supper guest of David Mawdsley in the Duane Mawdsley home, rural Bunt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf drove to Charles City on Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Keippel. Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeVries of Titonka were Friday afternoon coffee guests in the Donald Ringsdorf home; Mr. Lloyd Bartlett visited Mr. Dan Williams in the Britt Hospital last week. Mrs. Bernard Phelps and Mrs. Jazel Carroll drove to Fort Dodge last week to visit Mrs. Phelps' mother, Mrs. Minnie Sperring, in the Park Manor Care Center. Levant Moore and Leona Haase attended the 25th anniversary open house at the Methodist Church in Titonka last Sunday afternoon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boekelman. Levant Moore and Evelyn, and Leona Haase attended Lenten Services Sunday eve- ning. Rev. Max Goldman of Estherville was guest speaker. It's never too late to learn, but we often learn too late. ON DEA'S LIST Cedar Falls: Two students from ittie Titonka area have been, named to the fall semester Dean's List at the University of Northern Iowa, it has been announced by the UNI Office of Academic Affairs. To be included on .the list, a student must have earned a grade point of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 grade scale in at least 12 ! hours of graded work during the semester. Included On the list were Marlys Eden of Titonka and Linda Beal of Wesley. DRTVS SAFELY! Worth Money Trade la yrar «ld Punattare. , Yon are invited to BJtw- trema Furniture, COMPLETE BOMB , FURNISHINGS Established 19U I Carpeting, Floor Coverinr, I j Large Seleottma. Use «ur > ea*7 pnyaaeot plan. BJUSTROM'S FURNITU*! COMPANY | I«m To the End of Tune the Spirit lives Though life ends, on Uves the spirit. It is this thought that our services express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Collect: 562-2858 or 562-2731 If no answer call 562-2309 Buffalo Center, Iowa 3rd ANNUAL TITONKA TOPIC CLASSIC TYKE LANES - TITONKA, IOWA PHONE 928-2413 SANCTIONED ABC and WIBC SATURDAY ADD 11 A SUNDAY A% 1^1% I IB •* 5-6 Shifts at 7:30 and 9:00 p.m. ENTRIES CLOSE AT 6:00 P.M. THURSDAY, APRIL 3 QUALIFYING: 3 lines across 6 lanes ENTRY FEE Bowling :..$1.50 Expense 1.00 Jackpot 50 Prize Fund 4.50 TOTAL $7.50 JACKPOT DIVIDED EVENLY BETWEEN 2 BOWLERS NOT PLACING |N PRIZE UST WITH 2 HIGH GAMES (Included in entry fee) PRIZE FEES RETURNED 100% PRIZE RATIO — 1 FOR EACH 5 ENTRIES Top 5 Qualifiers in Roll-Off SATURDAY, APRIL 12. Send Entry Fee, and preferred Date and Time To .... THE TITONKA TOPI TITONKA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Isebrand lefit for Sioux Palls, S.D. o n Feb. 25, and o n the 26th lew to Tampa, Pla. and went on by bus to Cypress Gardens ancl Winter Park where they were guests at the Langford Hotel overnight. The next morning they went by bus to Msney World to enjoy the day. !n the morning they took a bus tour .to the Kennedy Space enter and the n o n to Miami where they boarded the ship, The Emerald Seas, which took them to Nassau in the Bahamas. They toured the islands and saw many points of interest for ,the next two days. On Sunday they flew to Miami and toured the city, visiting many points of interest including Sea World where they have shows every ten minutes. They flew back to Sioux Falls o n March 3 and returned home the following day. The tour was sponsored by Golden Sun Feeds and Rich and Goldie report the trip as wonderful! A Get Acquainted Party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Duane Biggins was held Sunday evening at the Francis Harrington home east of Woden. Neighbors, friends and relatives from the Titonka, Woden and Bu/ffalo Center areas spent the evening playing cards and welcoming Mrs. Higglns, the former Arlis Monson of Forest City, ,to the neighborhood. PHONE (515) 928-2723 TITONKA, IOWA 50480 ,1.1. ,ti».<.ij>) ' 4 uiv i V Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hill of Belmond were Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Speicher and family of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Speicher and Karen of Cedar Palls, Bob Speicher of Lindenhurst, 111., (jir. and Mrs. Rudy Engstrom and family of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce O'Toole and family of Rockwell City, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frank and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Smith and family of Mason City, Bruce Smith of Belmond, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Speicher. There are all of the children and grandchildren of the Bill Speichers, and the occasion was a celebration for Bill's 80th birthday which was Thursday, March 20. Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Planz left Tuesday for Souris, N.D. to visit their children, Pastor and Mrs. John Planz and family. They will be gone about three weeks. Mrs. Kent Brown (Janet Bahling) had jaw surgery a week ago Tuesday at Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Sh e is in Room 432. Their son, Layne, is In pediatrics also on the 4th floor. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bahling and family have made visits nearly every day since Janet and sons were involved i n an accident on Sunday March 16. The Bahlings son-in- law, Royce Gray, is also on the 4th floor at Mercy Hospital re covering frim recent back surgery. Pastor and Mrs. Wm. Planz and daughter, Mrs. Forrest Rode, attended the marriage of Debra Planz and Bradd Perkins at Grace Lutheran Church in Austin, Minn, last Sunday. Friday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman were Mr. and Mrs. David Boekelman and family of Lakota. Roger Harris of Dallas, Texas is spending some time visiting in the home of his mother, Mrs. Stanley Harris, and with other friends and relatives here. Mrs. Robert Boekelman left Saturday for Nevada to spend several days visiting in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cooper, to get acquainted with her first granchild, Brock Jeffery, born Monday, March 17. (Congratulations, Nortman and Nola, and Boh and Audrey!) LIVESTOCK HAULING — WITH — 1 Pot and 2 Straight Trailers We wish to thank all our customers for the past year's business and hope to serve you better in the future Eimers & Sons Trucking Phone 924-3784 Burt, Iowa Classified Column CARD OF THANKS: I would , like to thank all those who remembered me in their prayers, with flowers, gifts, visits and", cards I received while in -the hospital and since returning : home. Also for the food that . was brought in. A special thank -; you to Rev. and Mrs. Ted Ager for their visits and devotions., God bless you all. —Mrs. Henry Gremmeri CARD OF THANKS: We would like to thank all those who helped Janet and her two little boys at the time of the accident, and for the prayers and many acts of kindness shown all of us. —Gerald and Barbara Bahling and Kent Brown i CARD OF THANKS: We ; would like to thank everyone I who helped make o\ir Silver [Wedding Anniversary such a very special day for us. All of the beautiful cards and gifts we received are only part of the cherished memories we will always have for all our friends and relatives who shared the day with us. God bless all of you. —Joe and Lois Boekelman KOSSUTH COUNTY RQAD EMBARG ..,.. ,. f ,.,.., the attached irol^av axel limit,

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