Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on May 8, 1975 · Page 2
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Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa · Page 2

Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, May 8, 1975
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TITONKA TOPIC Official Newspaper of TKonka, Iowa 5MM PHILIP J. JAREN, Publisher Second Class Postage Pakl At Titonfca, Iowa Published Each Thursday SUBSCRIPTION RATES. PAYABLE IN ADTANCK Kossutfa and Surrounding lovra Counties, $4.00 per year All Other United States Addresses, $5.00 per .rear All subscriptions going to points within the county and Titonka trade territory are considered continuing vearty subscriptions to be discontinued only upon notice* from subscribers or at the publisher's discretion. MEMBER NNA PEff Allocation . Founded 1M5 THE TITONKA TOPIC May 8, 1975 — Paje 2 — toward making government programs better meet the farmers' nee-ds", he said. Bedell emphasized the committee will in no way be used for partisan or political purposes. Bedell met with members of the committee during his recent swing through the county in early April for the Open Door Meetings on farm issues. Chairing the committee is Al Erpelding. Other members are Don AnxiorvJer and Paul Bemhard from Bancroft, Ke'nneth Patterson and Bill Phelps from S,vea City; Uean Loss and Kenneth Roethler from Algona; Leonard McGuire from Bode; Art Larson from Armstrong; Don Bollig from Fenton; Clarence Brandt and Don Budlong from Titonka; James Mullins and Bob Chambers from Corwith; Ernest Heidecker from Lakota; Charles Bjustrom from Whittemore; Pat Bradley from Burtj and Lester Fuchsen from West Bend. Representing the Farm Bureau is Clarence Brandt, the Cattleman's Association representative Li Kenneth Patterson, and Charles Bjustrom is representing the Pork Producers. Congressman Bedell said the committee will meet at least several times a year to discuss pending legislation and farm problems. He urged local farmers to feel free to contact the chairman or any committee member with their ideas or problems in areas in which his office could be of help. "Of course, anyone is always free to contact me directly on any problem where I might be of help," Bedell said. "By working through the committee, we hope to be able to take a longer look at our needs and develop policy designed to meet them. " Worth Money Trade in your old Furniture. You are invited to Bjufl- troms Furniture. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Established 1925 Carpeting, Floor Covering, Large Selections. Use our easy payment plan. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE COMPANY ; Algona, Iowa ' Use Topic Classified Ads Bedell Names Farmers To Advisory Committee V.'ashiagt.-n: In aa effort to make the fevers! government more responsive to the needs of wor kin 5 ." arrr. e rs , C on gress r.i aa Berkley Bedel; has established a Farm Advisor/ Committee from Kossutn County, he announced o,ae of 22 we have set up in each county in the Sixth Congressional District", he said. "By advising me on farm legislation before Congress and by providing input oa what our farmers need in the way of changes in existing programs, I hope the committee will help me better represent our farming population. " " Agriculture is the basis of Northwest Iowa's economy and as a member of the House Agriculture Committee, I believe I can significantly contribute SERVPRO SERVICES NATIONWIDE A Complete Home Cleaning Service Steam — Showcase — Shampoo Fire Damage S committee, made up in; farmers mee, mae up rmers and people . vitally interest Mixed Hut etables Hash Browns 2 59t Banquet TV DINNERS Turkey — Chicken - Salisbury Steak - Meat Loaf each HVC * Carpel} * Furniture * Wallt it Flaon Insurant* Specialist! e Deodorizing Smoke, Water Lorry Merk Algona, la. 50511 295-5567 Free Estimate) Ask About On location Drapery Cleaning Corsages Arrangements Hydrangeas 4, and GIFTS KEITH and CAROL HOFBAUER Ph. 928-2608 Titonka u^www^-Ji*_m B'B a BQOOOQOCM Seven Seas | Italian Dressing 18 oz. jar 49$ BQ-B-B-g-n-c-3-n a a B'p-n-q-pa-g-n-g- >PO-Pgs^v-K!>POO-r>PBHHnDBe Kraft Tarter Sauce 9 oz. jar ! 59* j IBaBPBBBBBB'BBBBB'BBBil | 1 Polly Meadows | Ice j Cream i !/2 gallon i 1 79t | Wonder Assorted MariaoM Rye Breads 2 890 Kraft lOVi oz. bag Marshmallows 370 Snoboy Orange Juice 12 oz. cans 2 89$ r h r- [ &£LD-FG£&4{5 ^TK s ^T n 5D^r\*C/*^ h g^g^^^^M^^! V : Snoboy Red Ripe f Tomatoes h ; Idaho f Russets : Cello Radishes • • : Snoboy Winesap Apples ************************* ¥«.^^2gA£ 1 1 SSKW**— TP^V^^V^ J X- Quart J 69( | + 10 $1.09 I * * * » 29t ! jf * 3"79t 1 ************************* General Mills Wheaties Lipton Tea Bags 48 89$ 10 oz. box 850 Yogurt 3 $1.00 Butt'r Topp uttropp pkg. Sweet Rolls 690 Kitchen-Klatter 51 oz. box Detergent $1.19 ^nr ******** ************************************** * •*. * J Wisconsin | Brick Cheese -$1.09 I * Corn King 12 oz. pkg. i Bacon Big Value BREAD j 3 Loaves J Center Cut | Pork Chops -99$ | J Wilson's $1.09 J Big Bologna ^.^^^__i__i__i i i i iiiiii.i We reserve the right to limit quantities' Special Prices Good Thursday, Friday and Saturday at EARL'S MARKET Phone 928-2138 A CARDINAL FOOD STORE

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