Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on May 1, 1975 · Page 3
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, May 1, 1975
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THE TITONKA TOPIC May 1 ( 1975 — Page 3 — 4-H Members Selected For Events Outside County 4-H members from throughout Kossuth County have been selected to participate in various 4-H events which will be held this summer outside the county, according to Tracy Remy, Extension 4-H and Youth Leader. Events for which selections were made at interviews held recently include the State 4-H Conference which will be held in Ames June 10-13, both regular delegates and music delegates will be attending; State Leadership Conference at the State 4-H Ca:nping Center near Madrid, delegates will choose between the July 21-26 and July 28-August 2 sessions; Conservation Workshop at the State 4-H Camping Center, July 28- August 2; Youth Safety Camp which will focus on safety in the home, firearms, on the waterfront, snowmobiles and motorcycles, at the Camping Center, July 9-12. Counselors were se- Redenius Ins. Agency Phone 928-2263 can tell you about. . . Titonka, Iowa lected for 4-H Area Intermediate Camp which will be held at Camp Okoboji May 31-June 3 and June 3-6; and counselors were selected for the two-county Junior Camp to be held in midsummer in conjunction with Palo Alto County. 4-H members named to the various events include: State 4-H Conference: Pre-Conference Delegate, Myron Carlson of Titonka; Regular delegates, Neal Struthers and Lucy Turner of Wesley. State Conference Band and Chorus candidate, Neal Struthers, Wesley; State Leadership Conference Alternate, Myron Carlson. Youth Safety Camp Alternate, Wendell Cliris- tensen, Jr., Wesley; Area Camp Counselor, Myron Carlson; Junior Camp Counselors, Terry Meyer, Burt, and Neal Struthers, Wesley. Brownie Scouts The meeting of the Brownie Girl Scouts was held in the Fellowship Hall of the Methodist Church. All members were present. The meeting was called to order by Denise Schutter. A letter has been sent to all Girl • Scouts in Oak District to take a bus trip to Adventureland on Saturday, May 17. The summer camp folders were handed out. Our Mother's Day Tea is Monday, May 5 at 4:0', p.m. Anne Erpclding made a motion to adjourn. We made invitations for the Mothers' Tea. We also made an eggshell garden. Denise Schutter brought treats. Our next meeting will be May 5. --Brencla Carlson, reporter. The Arithmetic of CROP HAIL LOSSES' MidwwtfiiniMiv \ $150.00 P/A to plant CORN jlnvwt -(erf.) j $in.OO f/A to plant SOYBEANS anal RISK LOSING PAOF/Tfrom *10*00-HeaoO m won If «*crop \t LOSTTOHAIL, Isn't it worth a few dollars per acre to protect yourself from not only losing your crop and your income...but even your farm. • All liquri", agrr, Im ,ic To the End of Time the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on lives the spirit. It Is this thought that oar services express. 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Quality features include a quilted to urethane foam damask fabric, super-firm construction and pre- built borders that help prevent unwanted edge-sag. It's deep sleep conv fort at a price you can truly afford I Phone 562-2838 — 212 N MAIN — Furniture and Funeral Service Buffalo Center, Iowa Branstad Report? I tO ttlQ F/gfif/7 District Terry E. Branstad, Rep. This week the House of Representatives passed House File 700, a bill to substantially lib- eralr/e our voter registration l.iiv. Two years ago a law was passed which mandated statewide voter registration. We were told at that time that registration would deter election fraud because it would provide election judges with a list of eligible voters. In our arc,i we ha'/e not even had an opportunity to see voter registration in actual operation, yet the Democratic majority in the House has passed a bill which virtually destroys the safeguards of voter registration by permitting registration on election day at the polls as well as post card registration. I cannot see why we should require our County Auditors to go through all of the work and expense of registering voters when anyone can vote on election day wheL'.cir they were previously registered or not. I offered an amend me >it to completely eliminate registration in order that we could prevent the unnecessary expenditure of the taxpayer's money. My a- mendmcnt was defeated. 1 voted against I louse File 700 because 1 believe that it would substantially increase the costs of registering voters, further confuse voters, anil place an unbelievable burden on our County Auditors who have the responsibility of handling the elections in each county of this state. 1 certainly hope that if the Senate passes this bill, Governor Ray v/ill veto it. The House Ways and Means Committee has sent a major income tax bill to the House floor for debate. This Bill would replace Iowa's state income tax law with a law which would result in most taxpayers paying state income tax at a rate which is 20% of their federal taxes. This is a concept which I think is definitely worth careful consideration by the Legislature. 1 am concerned, however, that the Ways and Means Committee bill does not include investment credit and other tax credits which are a part of the federal tax structure. If tax credits are not included in this new Iowa Income Tax then farmers and businessmen will find that their state income tax will be substantially in excess of 20% of their federal tax liability. Because we WLTC not given adequate time to study the income tax proposal in committee (we first saw the bill on Friday and it was [Kissed out of committee on the following Monday) we will have to offer amendments to the bill on the I louse floor. We enjoyed having the Forest Cil.y High School seniors at the Capitol this week. Let us know if your class plans to come down to DCS Moines. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR LAKOTA, IOWA Book your custom application of chemcial now. We have the equipment and ex peri* enced personnel to fill your needs . . . whether it be pre-plant, pre-emerge> post or high clearance in the summer or fall. Stop In Or Call ED MAYLAND Titonka Cub Scouts Hold Pack Meeting The Titonka Cub Scouts met Monday evening for their Pack meeting and Pinewood Derby. Following the presentation of the flags and Pledge of Allegiance, awards were presented. Bobcats inducted into the Pack in a candlelighting ceremony were: Perry Mayland, Scott Schutter, Rod Meyer and Mike Ricklefs. Advancing to Wolf were Sherman Ubben, Tony Kardocs and Rod Beenken. Three Webclos earned awards: Willia.n Brandt, Engineer, Forester, Citi/cn, and Scholar; Tony Trunkhill, Scholar, Showman and Citi/cn; and Tim Reib- semen, Scientis':, Forester, Scholar, Naturalist, Craftsman, anil Citi/cn. Sherman Ubben also received a Gold and Silver Arrowpoint, while Scott Schutter will be Denner and Mike Ricklefs will be Assistant Denner for the new Den III. The eagerly awaited Pinewood Derby was then run. Den winners were: Den 1, Gene Uken, Steve Womble and Carl Brandt; Den II, Tony Kardoes, Sherman Ubben and Joe Schutter; Den HI, Perry Mayland, Mike Ricklefs and Scott Schutter; and Webelos, John Gaul, Terry Schuster and Randy Beenken, Grand Champion car was raced by Tony Kardoes. These winners :'iay all race in the Grand Prix at the Scout-O-Kama in Estherville on May 3. The Pack is grateful to their sponsoring organi/ation for running and judging the Derby: The Titonka Federated Club represented by Katliy Gaul, Sue Kraut/ and Carolyn Cast. Cars were also judged for Craftsmanship. Judges were the Boy Scout leaders, Steve Rikc and Craig 1 Icycr. Winners in this division were Sherman Ubben, Rod Meyer and Rod Beenken. The Pack says "Thank You" to these judges, too. These cars are eligible for the Craftsman Contest at the Scout-O-Rama show. Cubs are reminded to turn in their unsold tickets and money at their next Den meeting. On Monday, May 5, the Cubs will honor their mothers at a Mother-Son Tea at the school at 4:00 p. m. Cadette Scouts The Catlettes mot on April 21 ;it 4:15 p. in. The meeting was called to order. The sccre- i.ary's and treasurer' 1 ; reports were yiven. We discussed our trip to DCS Moines which will he'hcld May 17. Our Mother- Daughter Tea will be held May 12. We also discussed camps. The meeting was adjourned. We worked on crafts. Lunch W.T.'; served. --Lola I'eenken, reporter. SHOW MOTHER YOUR AFFECTION WITH A GIFT FROM OUR ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL SELECTION SPECIAL! Brach's Boxed Chocolates 20 Varieties I - $3" JEWELRy Pins Necklaces Earrings See our .... Spirit of 76 BICENTENNIAL DISPLAY Don't Miss It! 'No nonsense" Panty Hose We have gift ideas in all price ranges so that everyone in the whole family can give mother and grandmother a giftl Come in and browse around. CHARGE IT! It will take just a few minutes of your time to open an easy and convenient, revolving charge account. CALLIES V-STORE TITONKA, IOWA

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