Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on April 17, 1975 · Page 8
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, April 17, 1975
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Portland News •ft Mr*. Victor Filch Written Thursday, April 10... A baby girl was bom to Mr. and Jylrs., D,oyle Trenary Monday , 'April 7 in the Kossuth >. County .Hospital, weighing five ; pounds and five ounces. The little miss has been named ; Becky Sufe and 'grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. James Wahlin of Norwalk. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday, April 8 in the home of Vera Fitch. Dawney Harms of Titonka was substitute hostess in the absence of Mrs. Fitch. Attending were Wyona Harms, Hazel Carroll, Leon a Haase, Bonnie Rike, Janice Moore, Emily Larsen, Leita Phelps, and Viva Ringsdorf. Hazel Carroll called the .meeting to order in the absence of the chairman, Karen Ruse. Leita Phelps received a birthday gift from her Secret Sister. After business was taken care of, the meeting was adjourned and the afternoon was spent socially. The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, May 6, in the home of Bonnie Rike. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch attended the funeral of Mrs. .'Teenie Steward on Tuesday in the Burt Lutheran Church. Mr. Fitch was one of the casket ;bearers. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnston and Linda of Cedar Rapids spent last weekend in the Levant Moore home. Evelyn Moore was confirmed last Sunday in the Titonka Methodist Church. Dinner in honor of the .occasion was held in the parental Levant Moore home. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnston and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack and David of Lone Rock, Bernice Haase and Mr. ancl Mis. Melvin Haase and famjily of Burt. Mr. and lylrs. Bernard Phelps and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel were evening visitors.! i Mr. ;and Mrs. Paul Tienan of rural|Burt returned home last Thursday from a trip to Colorado, Oregon and California. They left Fort Dodge by plane ijor Denver where they visited his sister, Mrs. Minnie Samuelson, then went on to Oregon where they visited another sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson. They then went to Los Angeles where they visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson at Van Nuys. While there, the Al Youngs, one time Titonka residents, came over to visit. They ended up at Mrs. Tienan's brother's, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Harris and family, at Anaheim, where they did a lot of sightseeing and visited Disneyland. While in Omaha waiting for an exchange of planes, a cousin of Paul's came for them and showed them about Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Marlow and Lisa of Burt, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Bristow of Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Erick Seege- barth of Lone Rock drove to Eagle Grove Sunday where they were dinner and supper guests in the Clifford Holding home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Holding of Auburn, Neb. were weekend guests in the Clifford Holding home. Mr. and Mrs. Eulan Schuller of Titonka drove to Mason Cit/ Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Earl Ackarman of ^urt, in the Park Hospital. Mrs. Ackerman is getting along as well as can be expected after having major surgery a week ago Thursday. It is hoped that she will be able to come home about Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and Rodney were S unday evening visitors in the Johnny Harms home. The family of Mrs. Jess Harms has been spending as much time as possible with her at the Methodist Hospital in Rochester, They planned to bring her home Thursday and enter her in the Kossuth County Hospital for a time. We are glad to hear that she is better and that she will be closer to home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mogler of Whittemore were Tuesday afternoon visitors in the Harris Harms home. Several Portland families attended the Athletic Banquet at the Burt gym Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. William Eaton and Ricky of Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Lawrence Hauck of Liver more, were Saturday afternoon visitors in the Duane Mawdsley home. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. attended the wediliu^ of Sharon Patterson and Richard Joens, Saturday afternoon in Ames, and the supper that followed. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Woods and family drove to Sheffield last Sunday where they were dinner guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods. Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet has an appointment for next Thursday at Rochester for infection in her foot, after having surgery some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith of Wheaton, 111. left for home last Wednesday after spending Easter here with relatives and friends. They spent Easter Sunday in the S. R. Parsons home. Their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bixler, also of Wheaton, drove out the Monday after Easter, and all returned home together. The Friendly Four Club met Tuesday, April 8 in the home of Viola Cunningham. Attending were Tillie Madsen, Irene Miller, Leona Lovstad, Lydia Schwietert, Marian Waltman, Mildred Erpelding, and Inze Strayer. Opal Waltman was a guest. Lillian Lavrenz gave a talk on nutrition. The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, May 13, in the home of Mildred Erpelding. The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon, April 17, in the home of Francis Smith, with Grace Trenary as assistant hostess. Roll call, "News Item"; program: Margaret Pratt, sewing lesson; and fun time, Lois Bristow and Arlene Marlow. Written Monday, April 14... Mr. Arie Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lindhorst, Rhonda and Timmy, all of Burt, and Mr. Ouentin Bjustrom of Algona were Saturday supper guests in the EuClaire Meyer home in honor of the birthdays of Brenda Meyer and Rhonda Lindhorst. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister drove to Templeton last Wednesday to open up and warm up the home of her mother, Mrs. R. B. Cox, who flew into Omaha on Wednesday and was met by her son, Cecil Cox, of Harlan. Mrs. Cox had spent about three months in Beverly Hills, Cal. in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Neaves. On the way home the Meisters stopped at Lakeview, where they visited and spent the night in the Paul Meister home. They then went on to Wall Lake where they visited the Francis Meisters. Both Meisters are brothers of Mr. Bernard Meister. They ilso visited in the Earl Bettin home at Early, returning home Friday night. Mrs. Linda Meister and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Bernard Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen of Burt, and Mrs. Korene Grosser and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch. Mrs. JoAnn Nemit? and Jerry of Fenton and Benie Leeck of Burt were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill of Burt, and Mrs. Marie Dreyer of the Titonka Care Center were Sunday dinner guests in the Jack Trunkhill home in honor of the first birthday of Shane Trunkhill. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanson and family of Bancroft were Sunday supper guests in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes Wahlin of Norwalk drove up Sunday to make the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Becky Sue, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Trenary. Mrs. Wahlin will stay a few days to help with the new baby. Mr. and fvirs. Robert Post and family o) Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Doyle Trenary home, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary were evening visitors. Mrs. Grace Trenary accompanied Mr. and Mrs, Harold Becker of Swea City to Davenport a week aye Saturday where they attended the 35th Wedding Anniversary celebration in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan on Sunday afternoon in die home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dirth. This was sponsored by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Dirtli, Mr. aud Mrs. Richard Dugan, Royce and Roger Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanson and family of Bancroft were Saturday supper guests in the Richard Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson drove to Mason City where Mrs. Thompson had a checkup in the Park Clinic. She is getting along as well as can be expected after having major surgery a few days ago. They then drove on to Menomonie, Wis. to visit their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rock Lindsay and Jennifer, returning home on Saturday. Darell Spear of rural Burt attended the Burt Junior-Senior Prom Friday night at the Bancroft Country Club. Mrs. Jack Thompson helped serve the Women's Club dinner last Monday at the Burt Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson were Saturday dinner guests in the Jack Thompson home. John, Michael and Ann Thompson went home with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, after church Sunday. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson, drove to Algona Sunday evening to bring them home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel attended the Lewis Larsen farm THE TITONKA TOPIC April 17, 1975 — Page 3 — sale last Thursday at Lime Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber and family of rural Burt were Saturday evening visitors in the parental Frank Meyer home in Fenton. 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