Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Thursday, May 1 The Four Comer Social Club nf Portland will meet Tuesday afternoon, May (i in the home of Bonnie Rike. Roll call, "Household Hint." There will he a plant, bulb or seed exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yount; of Alsona visited Mrs. Koreiie Crosser and family last Monday afternoon. The Youngs just returned from visiting their daughter. Mr. anil Mrs. Raymond Bisque and family, of near Golden, C ilo. They \verc gone ten Jays. Mrs. Mildred I'ho.-sbakken and Jeanine of Enr.neusbiirg, and Mrs. Roxie Mojer of Whittemore \vere Tuesday visitors in the Harris Harms home. Mrs. Robert Thompson and Mrs. Millie 1'entecoit ,M Algona \vere _•'> ednesday at'trn:oon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. La\vrence Govern and VL.icent Govern attended the Pete Fnrrov,- Sale near Lakota. Mr. and Mr: . Roland Chaf- iff V.ITOVP to Knoxville on Tues- i.:.;;. to visit theii daughter and •on-in-l.rvY, Mr. and Mrs. Har- l.in r!;o::ipson. They recently ::un-ed Irom I.acona to Knoxville. Mr. and Mr,. Chris Dahl of i-'enlon v.ere |;L-,I week visitors in the home of her sister, th,: I'.arl \okei man.s. Mr. and Mrs. I iaiold Lampe atteiMed the Confirmation of their daughter, Vivian, Tuesday m.tiling, April 2!>, in St. John's Citholic Church in Bancroft. A i.-.ier, Hose (Mrs. Bernard Brandenburg of Bancroft) was spoil: .T. Mrs. Brandenburg and fam- i!\ ..ere afternoon vLsitore. Mrs. I'r.ink Berker of Burt at: envied the wedding of lane M i yes, roommate of Linda Bec,v?i, ind Patric'•; Beaman of I'e.-, Moines, in the Methodist '- liiiicii in Greenfield on Satur- v::iy, April 2(>. Linda was maid .11 iio;uir ami also sajig a solo. Mr. and Mrs. Beaman will 'ive in DCS Moines v/hcre they are I'.M !i employed. Mrs. Frank Keeker drove from Greenfield to Died.i, where she was an over:ii.;hl guest in the home of Mr. i:ui Mrs;. Alan L»-mker, return- 1:1., home Sunday afternoon. Several Portland ladies attend- ei! the coffee Wednesday morn- i'.}•-, in the Burt Presbyterian Ciiuich. Mr. anil Mrs. Harold Lampe Litended the wake Tuesday evening in Algona for Raymond K-.imer and the funeral AVednes- d.-,y afternoon in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Clen Crilly of •Mgona were Wednesday supper .::.irst.s in the home of Mr. and Mr... Rol.ert Lovstad near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huisman ami Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel ate out Wednesday evening at the Wesley Golf Club. This was in honor of a belated wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Huisman. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and family visited in the Martin Harms home in Britt a. week ago Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and family of Algona were Sur.day supper guests in the Harold Harms home. Mr. anil Mrs. Herman Harms, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and fa.nily, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hansen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hollo Moore anil family, all of Titonka, were Sunday afternoon guests in the Robert Harms home at Hake in honor of Ricky's (ith birthday. Religion should be the steering wheel, not the spare tiie. Written Monday, May 5. . . Portland Township has completed the Heart Drive, with 'sH)7. .•>() taken in. Mrs. Frank Becker, chairman, wishes to thank all the worker., and all who contributed to tiie Heart Fund. Woikei-. were S. R. Parsons, Mrs. Jack Thompson, Mrs. JuueSpaiks, Glenn Larsen, Mrs. William Chrl ten.sen, Mrs. P.W. Marlov., Mis. Alvin I'oeckholt, Mrs. Donald Weber, Mrs. Richard Brlstow and Mrs. Roger Scott. If anyone lias been missed, they may see Mrs. Frank Becker. Memorials may be given at any time. Mr. and Mrs. John Ree visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Rnsmussen of Thompson Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Ree were Saturday evenin;, visitors in the Don Hansmeier home at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fit/patrick of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors in the John Ree home. A Kite Party was held Sunday afternoon in the Richard Triuikhill home. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Khno Folkerts, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brandt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Folkerts and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Spear and family, Mr. anil Mrs. F.ugene Meyer and Rodney of Burt, Donna, Linda and Daryl h'xlen, Mr. and Mrs. George Uken and family, Mrs. him ma DeBoer, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Folkerts and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hollo Moore, Greg and Barb, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beenken, Randy, Rod and Roxi, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Kraut* and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lament Junker - meier, Tracy and Troy, Phil Asa, Todd and Angle, Martin Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Jody Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Triiiikhill, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tmnkhill, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanson and family of Albia, Jerry Peterson, Donna , Mike, Lisa and Chris of Whittemore, Tom Trunkhill, Karen Boehm of Forest City, Roger Seefeld of Wesley, Don Norland and Valerie, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwig and Jackie, and Mr. and Cecil Heyer and Dave. Each brought cookies, and Mr. and Mrs. Trunkhill furnished ice cream cones, coffee and kool-ade. There were 87 present at the party. First in the ree was Richard Beenken; highest kite, Todd Asa and Jim Folkerts; most string on the ground, Todd and Jim; and first up, ''"racy Trunkhill. The men played horns.-.hjes and visited during the afternoon. Sunday evening supper guests in the Richard Trunkhill home were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Heyer and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cunningham of Bnrt were evening visitors. Mrs. Richard Trunkhill and David attended the Scout-O- Rama at Estherville on Saturday. Randy Crosser accompanied a group of Boy Scouts to Estlisr- ville Saturday for the Scout-O- Hama. Mrs. F.Ha Meyer of Burt, Fred and Li//ie Meyer and Mr. and Mre. Ed M.ryer of Fenton, anil Arie Dittmer of Burt were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the KuClaire Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of S-.vea City called at the Doyle Trenary home one day last week. Mr. anil Mrs. Leonard Abels of Des Moines were guests in the Doyle Trenary home last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and family attended the Scout-O-Rama at Estherville on Saturday afternoon. In the evening John raced his car in the Pinewood Derby. About 80 cars took part in the race. Mrs. J. H. Thompson, Mrs. G'iiie Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson were Sunday afternoon vrsitors in the Jack Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meister, Mr. anil Mrs. P.W. Mariow and Lisa, Mr. anil Mrs. Wayne Eckels, Mon'.; anil Michelle, anil Mr. anil Mis. Doug Marlow anil Cole were dinner and supper guests in the home of Mrs. Linda Meister on Sunday in honor of Dennis Meister's second birthday, which was last Friday. Mrs. Bernard Meister and Mrs. Linda Meister, Brett and Corey attended the Scout-O- Rama at Estherville on Saturday. Brett ran his car in the Derby. Mi's. Duane Mawdsley attended the Mother-Daughter Banquet ThuivJay evening with her .nother, Mrs. Lawrence Sale Extended to May 31, 1975 fyep Jlnwica Beautiful Du-Kwik vinyl acrylic LATEX paints White and stock colors • Excellent hiding • Quick drying • Washable • Soap & water clean-up « Lead-free Exterior LATEX HOUSE PAINT 6i? Regular 13 29 LATEX WALL PAINT Sale 1 19 Gallon Regular 57.19 5 Chief flat finish LATEX WALL PAINT LATEX SEMI-GLOSS Sale! O49 0 '"-'" Gallon, sale Regular $2.99 7 89 Regular S9.89 Hi-hide latex , Dnpless Sale-' ! iAir:/sr.i/ii-GLOj;s i Ceiling White 7 99 ; <>,/, Oaii-jii i Whili; ft Mfjf.l. - r,!,,,. •'•- •'" * "•• ' • ' '•' I-:.-.)-; 99 UNITED BUILDING CENTERS Hauck, of Irvington in the Humboldt Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mawdsley were home last weekend. They came for the wedding of her sister, Cheryl Kruse, and Jerry McFarland of Burt. Mrs. Mawdsley was a bridesmaid and Mr. Mawdsley was an usher. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Spil- seth of Kensington, Minn, were Wednesday evening visitors and overnight guests in the George Koestler home. They left for home Thursday afternoon. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene Crosser and Rachelle, and Benie Leeck visited in the Duane Metzger home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods of Sheffield were Saturday supper guests in the Wallace Woods home. Harry said they had their corn planted. Everything in the modern home is controlled by switches except the children. Buffalo Boys 4 H Club The April meeting of the Buffalo Boys 4-H Club was held at the school with Michael Orthel as host. Roll call was answered by naming a kind of fis'i. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Michael Orthel. Scott and Sid Smidt were selected to attend Intermediate Camp. Livestock Identification papers were handed out to be returned by the next meeting. Steve Smidt led the 4-H Pledge. Rollo Moore presented an Extension Slide Program, identifying various kinds of fish. Mrs. Bill Orthel served lunch. The Senior boys basketball team, after winning their first two basketball games in the county tournament, was defeated by a good Lakota team in the semi-final game at Lakota. The Club met May 1 at the school with Todd VanHove as host. The meeting was called to order by President Myron Carlson. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Todil VanHove. Roll call was answered by naming a brand of seed corn. Livestock Identification Project sheets were handed in. Boys se'acted to attend Junior Camp this summer were Greg Moore, Kelly Harms and-Todd VanHove. Five kernels of corn were handed out to each boy to plant to compete in the Mini- Corn Contest. The 4-H Pledge was le'd by Brian Carlson. The program, Sad Sack vs. Smart Sam, was presented by club leader, Rollo Moore. Lunch was served by Mrs. Merlin VanHove. —Danny Amesbury, —Danny Amesbury, reporter Democrats To Hold Statewide Dinner Iowa Democratic officials today unveiled plans for the state party's first major political event of the year. State Democratic Chairman Tom Whitney announced that the annual New Frontier Dinner, .for hundred-dollar contributors to the party, will be held Saturday, June 7 at the new Hilton Hotel in Des Moines. Whitney did not disclose the name of the featured speaker for the event but indicated that an announcement would be forthcoming. However, he did say, "We will continue to bring in national political figures for our state. events" making an obvious reference to Iowa Republicans who recently featured a professional comedian and East Coast newspaper columnist at a major fundraising event in Des Moines. Whitney added that the seven Democratic members of the Iowa Congressional delegation would be honored guests at the six o'clock cocktail reception preceding the dinner, and at the seven o'clock dinner itself. For ticket information, contact the Iowa Demoj^Ac State Headquarters, 1120^WTberry Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50309, or phone 515-244-72:),?. 4 H Family Camps Offered To lowans The Iowa 4-1-1 Camping Center at Madrid will host: two holiday weekend camps this summer, accord hi:, to Tracy Re my, Kos- Mith and Palo Alto County 4-H and Youth Lender. The camps will be held on the July 4th and Labor Day weekends. Kemy said the fir.t. camp, July 3-6, is open to families of Iowa State Univer- <flfy stal'f, student-; ami alumni. The sr..:o:v! camp, set for August, 2l'-Septemhn I, is for families ..'f present »i l-uiner Iowa 4-H member::. • Sue Stein, low i Si.-ii'* Univer- si v l.:.'te.nsiiiii '>p"cial iu. in •.'.-.inpin.', I'rogr.i.n:;, sjid the programs for the >-, eel .end-, will be i :11 '.'I !'? .' 1. "V.'e w.'uii pr.y>ii- i ,i .;ome .u:d h.ive a good 'hue outdoors in ,1 rel"-:ed .'! •' lo.phere, " she ;aid. "Cm lamp'-i i!:'-.,ill be on hami !v'i nu'.ne iii!':., aichjiy, \olle;, bali .-UK! e •. r;ii;i J, lecrea- I ion :'..M- tin.-.;- wh,. .. :uit io take p'tit. " The . li'i] • ' Is - ii !•; a :. /i MI-.1 In ii, v..,l .iipervi;ed by a THE TITONKA TOPIC May 8,1975 — Page 4 — Red Cross life guard. Remy said that families nyiy reserve cabin space at the camp or bring their own tents or trailers. Food storage is available in each village lodge for those who want to do their own cooking. Me als will be served and a program offered by the camp staff on the evenings of July 4-5 and August 30-31. The camp canteen will also be open with ice, ice cream, candy and fruit drin ks. Remy said that costs for the weekend vary according to the amount of facilities and food provided by campers. Details and reservation forms are available at the Kossuth and Palo Alto County Extension Offices in Algona and Emmetsburg. LOOK TO THE S 1,000 In Prize Money To Be Awarded To Artists The Spencer Chamber of Commerce has announced that. $1,000 will be given away to artists in pri/e money and purchase awards in this year's "Festival of Art: On the .Avenue". In an effort to attract a diversity of st/les and approaches to the visual arts, Spencer has expanded the scope of this endeavor through enlarging the number of contributors and national advertising. The Festival, held 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. out of doors on Saturday, May 31, accepts all creative art both two and three dimensional and charges no commission on works sold. .Artists of all ages, amateur and professional, are invited. This year the judges will be two regional a.r~: educators: Craig Spirek from Estherville and Mel Myers from Spencer. Mr. Spirek will judge two-dimensional art work and Mr. Myers, three -dimensioaal. A free brochure may be obtained by writing the Spencer Chamber of Commerce, 603 • South Grand, Spencer, Iowa, 51301. To the End of Time the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on lives the spirit. It Is this thought that oar services express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Collect: 582-2858 or 562-3731 If no answer call 562-2309 Buffalo Center, Iowa MMMUmMHMMMHI pigs off to a with 10/40 CO OP 10 10 has what it takes to get pigs started fast — ciamifu] in..t: freshness, extra taste^ceal, vitamins and minerals lot tapid, early growth c^Bylan plus Sulfa, Mecadox or Auroo SP-250 (or disease protection, growth stimulation. Switch from Litter f-'i liters to 10/40 while the pigs are still on the sow. Forty pounds of 10/40 should get you 30 pounds of g a 111. Then, at 40 pounds switch them to the CO-OP pig-to-pork plan arid n finish that's fast. Stop by Farmers Co-op Elevator nncf got all 'he details on CO-OP 1U/40 Pig Starter. You'll get the best doni in the country. EXTRA PROFITS" with (COOP Fanners Co-op Elevator Phone 928-2515 Titonka tHOUSTFUES. //VC. Chevrolet announces a new small car. Towne 34 MILES PER GALLON. Equipped with its available 5-speed transmission and 2.3-litre 2-barrel engine, the Monza Towne Coupe has been rated by the EPA as follows: 21 mpg in the city test, 34 mpg in the highway test . . . better than a lot of foreign cars. THREE ENGINES TO CHOOSE FROM. The standard engine is a thrifty 2.3-litre single-barrel Four. Available: a 2.3-litre double-barrel Four and a small 4.3-litre V8. Depending on engine selection, there are four transmissions available. NEW FREEDOM BATTERY. The Towne Coupe is the first Chevrolet to have it. Standard. Needs no refill. DARD. I ~r-Tr A WIDE SEJ_fjCT!ON OF OPTIONS, le'iT!^ upholstery, forgou olu- minum wheels, AM/FM steroo—they're nil c'vriil- able. And up to you. LQOKINGJNTFRi(g]gx Either vinyl or l-jxurions pattern cloth isskindrnH. SMALL AND DRESSY. There have ci.vcys been dressy big Chevrolets. This is u dtessy small one. It's fun to '.iiiv.-j. It'o comfortable inside. It comes with a very sensible price. AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEAIER'S MAY 8. See it soon. We think you'll find it's both a sensibly priced car to start with, and a sensible little car to stay with. Chevrolet makes sense for America Phone 928-2533 Titonka, Iowa Dressy. Fun to Drive. Sensibly Priced.
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