Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on May 22, 1975 · Page 6
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Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa · Page 6

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Gas Watchers Know That bet- m /*. - _ «-eu The AAA Motor Club of A Clean Car Runs Better ;r t ^j^»e How many times have you six simple checks described be- live modern for less with gas das can heat your house in winter, cool ft in summer. It can cook your meals, dry your clothes, heat your water. K can dispose of trash, and guard your yard with soft, fentle light. It doee aK thtM Job* efficiently and M doe* them economical^. LHtte won* der so many people ehooe*- to Wve NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVC1E CO. OR YOUR LOCAL HEATING CONTRACTOR low after you have your car washed or wash it yourself. 1. Check the battery for corrosion at the terminals and clean if necessary. A light solution of baking soda and water will work wonders. Also, clean the top of the battery case with a damp cloth and check the water level. If the solution is below the plates, a^d water until the plates are covered. 2, Check the water in the radiator. If low, add cither water or anti-freeze coolant if your car is air-conditioned. 3, Check belts and hoses for sign of wear. A tug on your belts will tell you if they are tight. While the car is cold, feel the worn parts of your hoses to see if they are about to split. Replace if excessive wear is shown. 4. Check the oil level by pulling the dip stick when the car is not running. Reinsert the dip stick after you have wiped it off. Repull it to check fluid level markings and have oil added at your local service station if low. While you're there have them check the transmission fluid. The car must be running and hot enougli to show the correct reading. 5. Check your windshield wiper water reserve bag and add water if low. 6. Look at your tires. If the tread is o'uviously worn or the sidewalls are seriously cut or bruised, have your service station check them and advise you whether or not to have them replaced. Also, have the air pressure checked to meet the manufacturer's recommended load pressure. These simple checks c-in help Gas Watchers make 5 gallons of gasoline do thu work of 6, plus warn you in advance that you are going to h.ive trouble. The Motor Club of Iowa asks all motorists to get into the habit of making these checks. Then, the old saying "A Clean Car Runs Better" will come true for you. DR. Planning A Wedding? See us for .... Announcements Invitations Napkins * Guest Books A COMPLETE SELECTION The Titonka Topic Gil Scouts Entertain 100 Guests At Tea On May 12, the local Girl ' Scouts were hostesses to a Mother's Tea in the school's multipurpose room. Approximately 100 guests attended. Special guests attending were die firs' grade girls and their mothers; Mrs. Judy Junkermeicr, neighborhood chairman; Mrs. Rae Krant/, troop organizer; Mrs. Ho Buffington, Woman's Club president; and Mrs. Doris Reynolds, a troop committee member. The tea table, arranged by the Cadettcs, was decorated \vith the symbolic centerpiece of a Brownie Ring, the horseshoe and the bridge. The Juniors were in charge of the invitations and the Bro\vnies planned the lunch. The flag ceremony was conducted by the Cadcttcs. Lola Professional Cards DR. JAMES K. H1LJL VETERINARIAN We. 928-2642 Res. 928-2640 TITONRA, IOWA — Optometrist — HAROLD W. ERICKSON — Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses » East State Street, Algona, lew* Phone: 295-2196 Huuib: 9.00 A.M. U> 5:00 F.M Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. L. L. SNYDER OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses Telephone CYpresi 4-2715 til E. SUte Alfon* Closed Saturday Afternoon DR. JOHN J. LESIAK Physician and Surgeon — Phones — Ofc. 928-2115 Res. 928-2261 Titonka, Iowa Boughton-Wodca Funeral Chapel ambalanee Borrtoe Phmie KC-I7M W«4*> If no answer call Mi-1811 BrUt DON'T MISS IT! JAYCEE CLUB RAFFLE Saturday, June 7th — PRIZES — PRIZE DONATOR Electronic Calculator Heed Hardware Poik Loin Heyer Livestock Socket \Viench Set Anderson Implement $25.00 Honcl Titonka Savings Bunk $25.00 liond ttoyken Insurance Agency DONATION: $1.00 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I Becnken was mistress of ceremonies. The Brownie Scouts were awarded patches for having completed the discoverer program. Each of the troops presented songs and skits. Third grade Brownie "fly-uo" candidates were Linda Heycr, Dcnise Schutter, Barbara Moore, Anne Erpclding, Jill Knudson, Bonita Eden, Sharon Madsen, Brenda Carlson, Beth Eden and Pam Peterson. Sixth grade Junior Scout "bridge" candidates were Cindy Bruns, Lori Huesman, Susan Ubbcn, Lori Boekholt, Kcndra Harms, Diana Wibben, Lori Bruns and Kim Bcngston. Fertilizing Vegetables Pays Off Probably the single most important step the home garden 2r can take to improve vegetable ' yield is to fertilise, just as farmers do. A common mistake among homeowners is believing that garden compost will provide adequate plant nutrients. Compost made mainly from grass clippings and kitchen wastes break down to make a good soil conditioner, but are generally lacking in enough plant nutrients to really make a significant difference in growth. To get the best possible yield from a home vegetable garden, a fertiliser designed specifically for vegetables should be used. It will provide the essential nutrients in sufficient amounts and proper balance. Some of the newer vegetable garden fertili/ers are formulated to be used on a wide variety of vegetables -- whether leaf, root or fruit crops — which makes them very convenient to use. Especially convenient is a fcrtili/er such as Scotts new Vegetable Garden Fcrtili/er, which can be applied at planting time, is easily sprinklf d on dry right from its package, and is so long-lasting that one feeding per crop is usually enough. THE TITONKA TOPIC May 22, 1975 — Page 3 — Camping And Picnicing Season Is Here DES MOINES: Iowa's state parks are in excellent shape and well prepared for another busy year according to Joe Brill, Superintendent of Parks for the Iowa Conservation Commission. With the Memorial Day weekend coming up soon, Brill said all picnic and campgrounds in the parks will be ready for public use. These facilities are available on a first come, first served basis. New state park facilities recently opened include two new modern latrines at Lake Anita State Park in Cass County. Construction projects which are scheduled to be completed by Memorial Day are: new shower- house facilities at Viking Lake State Park in Montgomery County and Prairie Rose State Park in Shelby County; and new water treatment systems which meet federal health standards at Lacey- Keosauqua State Park in Van Buren County as well as Lake Ahquabi State Park in Warren County. Construction projects recently let with work soon to be underway include the following: new sanitary sewer system improvements at Red Haw State Park in Lucas County ($44,000) and Pine Lake State Park in Hardin County ($71,000); and a new modern latrine facility for Stone State I'ark in Wootlbury County ($18,500). The ICC currently has 55 departmental improvement projects under contract or under construction with a total value of more than S 1/4 million dollars. Lands and Waters Division projects which include state parks, forestry and waters total over three million dollars. Fish and Wildlife projects under construction are valued at 51/4 million dollars. ************************************** •¥ -K * * * * -K * -K * $ * It is only proper that we should pause on this day to honor the many men who have died that freedom might live. Let us remember our war dead in the most fitting way possible ... by striving ceaselessly for a lasting peace, that they shall not have died in vain. - SPONSORED BY TITONKA'S COOPERATIVES K & H Co-op Oil Company Farmers Cooperative Elevator Farmers Co-op Oil Company * * •t •fl *

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