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THE TITONKA TOPIC April 24, 1975 — Page 2 — Portland News By Mrs. Viator Fitch Thunday. April 18... Mrs. Earl Ackerman returned home Wednesday after spending two weeks In Park Hospital following major surgery. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Mcrvin Jcnt/ and family of rural Burl were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Mclviu Alt and Cindy. Lori Jeiit; spent the weekend in llumholdt visiting Jill BomsLet- ter, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Don Roiiwtcttcr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert \Vovxl ami Handy wen? Sunday supper guests In the Melvtn Von R.wK home. This was an early birthday party for their mother, Mrs. Christina Von H.mK, of AI g on A. Mrs. Witlly Woods accompanied her sister, Mrs. Clarence Metier, Jr. , to Mason City on Monday. The girls took their mother, Sirs, irma Barton, of Algona to Mercy Hospital where she will undergo tests. Mr. iuid Mrs. Johnny Hike visited in the Calvin Porter home in Armstrong Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch arid Sirs. Amand Dongelsor and Btvtt visited Mrs. Mamie Fitch Wednesday afternoon at the C.ood Samaritan Rest Home in Algona. Mrs. Bernard Phelps drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Minnie Spelling, in the Park Manor Rest Home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and family visited in the parental Alfred Schadendorf home at Lone Rock lost Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms, Sr. In Titonka on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Morlow and Lisa visited in the Wayne Eckels home Sunday afternoon and were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and family visited in the Rollo Moore home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Rce and family of rural Burt, and Mrs. Louise llansmcicr of Crystal Lake, drove to Jefferson on Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pottroff and were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy of DCS Moincs and Mac Murphy of Algona spent the weekend in the Lawrence and Vincent Covern home. They came to help Lawrence celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Hubert Govern of Ledyard visited in the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Larson attended the Jim Blalne Open 1 louse at Corwith Sunday afternoon. The Blaincs built a new home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Larsen attended the farm sale of the Lewis Larsons at Lime Springs last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wcstling of Burt drove to Barnum on Monday to visit a brother of Mrs. Shipler, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wcstling, and helped Clarence celebrate his birthday. They were overnight guests, returning home the next day. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Larsen drove to Central City, Nebr. on Friday. Mr. and Mrs.Alden Wilcox of Lakota accompanied them. They attended the Nebraska Christian High School dinner, returning home Saturday. Debbie Nelson and a girl friend, Sciglinde Bowers of Ames, spent the weekend in the parental Vcrle Nelson home. Reg Nelson was also home for the weekend. The measure of a person is the size of the things it takes to get his goat. Monday, April 21... The Portland Progress Club met Thursday, April 17 in the home of Francis Smith, with Grace Trcnary as assistant hostess. Attending were Margaret Govern, Hilma Carlson, Myrtle Zwicfcl, Marie Parsons, Francis Smith, Grace Trenary, Lois Bristow, Sarah Stewart, Esther Shipler, Eva Shipler, Arlene Marlow, Vera Fitch, Thelma Me ister, Florence Koestler, Vivian button, Arlene Wood, Vlrgie Smith and Mary Weber. Esther Duncan of Fenton, Viola Becker of Swea City and Jon it a Weber of Burt were guests. Roll call was a news item. After business was taken care of, Esther Duncan read a poem, "Sea of Love"^ which she had written. Program: "Up Date on Sewing" by Margaret Pratt, Extension Home Economist. She told of some pictures that could be had from the Extension Office. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, May 15, with Florence Koestler and Eva Shipler as hostesses. Roll call: "Something new I plan to try in the garden". Program: "A new rscipe I've tried". Fun time: Francis Smith and Grace Trenary. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel v/ere Thursday dinner guests in the home of Korene Grosser. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Discher entertained at a supper Friday in honor of Todd's 5th birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mis. Al Discher of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stroup and family of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tfipp and Mr. and MB. Henry Dearchs and family of Algona, Mr. and Mis. Vernal Benson of Crystal Lake, and Gene Meiner and Al Dearchs of Algona. Mrs. Jerry Discher and Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Benson attended the Boone River Valley Coon Hunters Association bench show at Webster City in which Mr. Discher benched their dog, Gary. Last week visitors in the Doyle Trenary home were Mrs. Hazel Carroll, Mrs. Jack Thompson, Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth, all of Burt, Mrs. Madonna Hagedorn of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Termann of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Faber and Jason of Burt. They all came to make the acquaintance of the new baby, Becky Sue Trenary. Mrs. June Sparks and Mrs. George Alke accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herb Rakow to Manson last Wednesday evening, to attend the musical "Guys and Dolls" at the high school. It was directed by Mr. Byron Henn, a former music teacher in Titonka. After the musical they were coffee guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henn. Mrs. J. R. Thompson was a Sunday evening visitor in the Jack Tboinpson home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson of Lone Rock drove to Humboldt on Sunday to visit Mrs. Gordon Wegener. Mrs. Wegener and son, Scott, were in a car accident a week ago Saturday. Each received a. broken pelvis and other bruises. 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