Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on June 5, 1975 · Page 2
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r THE TITONKA TOPIC Qgietfcl Myw^papKr «J TMnks, Iowa 59499 FHIIir J. JAREH, Pvttfeher Second da* Postage Paid At Trtonia, Iowa PuNSflwd Each lliursday BUBSOMPTION RATES, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE and Surrounding Iowa Counties, $4.00 per year AH Otoer Jnited States Addresses, $5.00 per year All Kibscrlptlons-going to point* witHi n the county and Titonka trade territory are considered continuing yearly subscriptions to be discontinued only upon notice from •ubosrfbers or at the publisher's discretion. MEMBER Fountel 19U On Deans List ANKENY: Virginia Moore of Titonka, a student on the Ankeny campus and Urban Center of Des' Moines Area Community CollegS was nimed to the dean's list for the winter quarter. To be eligible for the scholastic recognition, students must have been enrolled on a full- time basis and must have earned a grade point average of 3. 25. Rod Wiibeck Places In Golf Tournament Several Titonka golfers took part in the annual Showboat Golf Tournament at River Road Golf Course in Algona, but Rod Wiibeck was the only winner as he placed 1st in the 3rd flight with an SS for the IS holes. He won an AM-FM radio for his efforts. Over 100 golfers took part in the tourney. Activities At The Titonka Care Center On Monday afternoon we played Bingo. On Tuesday morning Emma M., Carol G., Bertha S., and Gerhard F. played in the 500 card club. In the afternoon we had crafts for men. They finished lacing their leather coin purses. Wednesday morning, Mrs. Janssen played the piano and we all sang old time songs. In the afternoon the United Methodist Church ladies presented a program. Mrs. Hoover read two selections and gave prayer, and Carol Peterson played her guitar and sang several lively and enlightening songs. After the program the ladies served cookies and took the time to sit and visit with everyone. Thursday morning we had our exercises, playing ball toss and exercises for all different parts of the body. Crafts for ladies was the highlight Thursday afternoon. We made hand puppets to ?ive to our grandchildren for gifts or to use as colorful wall hangings. Friday morning we saw a movie about Carl Sandburg and his thoughts on President Lincoln. Friday afternoon we played Bingo with Bertha Nimz and Gordon Swan winning twice. Other winners were Harold S., Annie 1., Marie D. , Stella P., and Emma Stenzel. We wish to give a special thanks to the dens of Boy Scouts who took time to plant flowers in front of the Care Center. It was greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brandt were weekend and Memorial Day guests in the home of their daughter Sarah and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Nielsen, of West Lafayette, Ind. Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Hanson and Cheryl and Mike Schmidt attended Commencement exercises on May 25 at the chapel on the campus of St. Olaf College at Northfield, Minn. Gail Hanson was among the 510 seniors to receive degrees. She received a B.A. degree. Mrs. Mike Jackowell, Nathan and Susan of Mankato, Minn, are visiting for a few days in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gingrich and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jackowell at Fort Dodge. THE TITONKA TOPIC June S, 1975 — Page 2 — Mr. and Mrs. R.C. dosgroveTJ Mrs. Helen Jaren, Mrs. H.W. Kitzinger, Mrs. Marie Krantz, Mrs. Ethel Downs, Mrs. Hazel Stott, Mr. and Mis. A.C. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz attended the Shriners Show in Algona on Sunday afternoon. They were among those who attended the 46th anniversary open house of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Asa in the evening. Dr. and Mrs. D. Pfund and family of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade and girls were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mrs. Eugene Beenken. DON'T PAINT THAT CAR or PICKUP — USE — Magnetic Signs! ORDER FROM The Titonka Topic « OOO •>•»*»•» I Phone 928-2723 Thank You.... I want to express my thanks to the women of the area for their patronage during the past two years. I have leased the business to Mavis Looft, and she has now taken over the operation and management. Mavis has had six years experience as a cosmetologist and will be able to give you the finest service. —DONNA WUBBEN New Management.... I invite all of the women in the Titonka area to visit my Beauty Nook for fast, efficient service. I will be open four days a week, Wednesday through Saturday, for your convenience. Please call for an appointment. 8£WTy HOOK .Phone 928-2330 Titonka . ^» -' \ •~»«a_. Miracle Whip Salad Dressing 32 02. jar $1.19 i^HM B&M Baked Beans 18 oz. jar 65* ••—•——•«• American Beauty Elbow Spaghetti 16 oz. bag 45* Fresh Chickens ,^m. -59* Nissen Fun Time Franks Corn King Bacon.... Dad's Root Beer 1/2 gallon 69t ^^MM^MM^^MMMiMM^HMM^^^H^M Hiawatha Hamburger Pickles 32 oz. jar 59* •——^—.—•—»» Butt'r Topp SWEET ROLLS Package 69* Snoboy California 113 size Navel Oranges Dozen 59* Snoboy California Lettuce 3 heads $1.00 w^ California Long, White Shaffer Potatoes 10 $1.19 California Strawberries ...f58^. 3 pints $1.00 12 oz. pkg. 69* Wilson's Big Bologna • 89$ 12 oz. pkg. 99$ Lysol CLEANER 28 oz. aerosol can $1.05 Heinz Hamburger, Pickle or 9% O z jar Hot Dog Relish 39{ Dromedary 1 6 oz . box Imported Dates 89* Wonder Multi-Pack Hostess Cup Cakes 89* Kellogq's IP ^ L r Ml 18oz. box Corn Flakes 69$ Marigold Cottage Cheese 24 02. carton 89* Kraft Tarter Sauce 9 oz. jar 65* We reserve the right to limit quantities Good Thursday, Friday and Saturday EARL S MARKET A CARDINAL JFOOD STORE Titonki.low*

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