Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on June 19, 1975 · Page 11
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INDIAN DAYS (continued from page 1) Algona so that everyone will be able to have a good view of the activities. There will also be bleachers available for the spectators. The pulls will be held in 3 classes, 3, 4 and 5 Ib. with a $1. SO charge for each tractor in each class, with the winner of each class to receive $40, 2nd place $30, and 3rd place $20. There wiU be an admission charge of $1.00 for adults and 50<t for children 12 and under. A drawing.will be held between pulls for miniature tractors and farm implements. Your admission ticket will also be good for the drawings. If the weather cooperates, the pulls will be held an the lot north of the lumber yard, and in case of inclement weather, the event will be moved inside the Anderson Implement building. This event is also sponsored by the newly formed Jaycee Club. With cooperation from the weather, things are shaping up for a really enjoyable celebration in Titonka on Tuesday and Wednesday. Pastor And Mrs. Planz Honored On Anniversary Pastor and Mrs. William Planz observed the golden anniversary of their marriage and the 50th anniversary of the ordination of Pastor Planz as pastor of the Lutheran'Church on Sunday, June 8. All the children and practically all the grandchildren, together with representatives of the 12 parishes which Pastor Planz had served as pastor or interim pastor, were present at the service in Good Hope Lutheran Church, Titonka. There were flowers in tribute to the occasion from Immanuel Lutheran Church, Titonka, served by Pastor Planz from 19411950, and from the Good Hope congregation, Titonka, where the Planzs have been members since 1962. The services began at 2:00 p.m. Four grandsons were ushers. Another grandson, Timothy Rand, presided at the organ, and two granddaughters were ocoiytes. Special vocal numbers were presented by the Planz family. A poem, "The Life Story of William and Luise Planz" written by Mrs. Arthur Fett, was read by her. Four pastors participated in the service: Liturgist, Host Pastor Herbert Hanson; Lector, their son Pastor John Planzj Welcome address by their son-ia-law Pastor Howard Rand; and the sermon by their grandson, Pastor Alfred Rode. Mrs. Leonard Leeck and Miss Velida Bruns were in charge of the guest bodks. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haack and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rode were hosts. Mrs. Julia Stecker and Mrs. Arthur Boyken poured coffee and die Jan Circle of the ALCW, Good Hope, served lunch at the reception which followed the service. Pastor and Mrs. Plan/ were presented with hundreds of greeting cards and letters, and thei'3 were gifts including a cash donation. "This was truly a day which the Lord had made. \Vc all rejoiced and were glad therein." CONSERVE NEW INDUSTRY (continued from page 1) A check is being made as to the possibility of meeting these demands and also on the capacity of the local sewer system. Another factor in acquiring the plant will be the probability that it will greatly enhance the possibility of Titonka keeping rail service. The government requires that all of its shipments be made by rail, and with the company holding government contracts, it will be essential that rail service be maintained. The facility will require a minimum of five acres of ground, and it was stated that the noise factor will be minimal, ;uul since it is strictly a cooking and canning process, there will be no objectionable odors. It's a long shot, but if Titonka can secure the industry, it will be a tremendous boost to the community. NOTICE! I will be out of town from July 2nd to July 19th. The office will be open only in the mornings while I am gone. —DR. J. K. HILL ** * Offer Ends Monday, June 30 Frigidaire's Free Savings Bond Offer If you or a member of your family are suddenly struck by a severe illness or accident, could you afford the best of care? Midwest Life's MAJOR MEDICAL INSURANCE can help you pay those bills. This plan is Guaranteed Renewable to age 65, with a choice of deductible and maximum benefit amounts. Contact your Midwest Lite Agent lor complete information. ALFRED REDENIVS DISTRICT SUPERVISOR Phone 928-2263 Titonka, Iowa \iu Midwest Life Nebraska I <>f Lincoln, ~ Federated Club Float Based On Sathoff Poem The Titonka Federated Club has chosen for its Indian Day Float theme "America Begins at Home". This is based on a poem written by Craig Sathoff and published in "Our Heritage Ideals". It reads as follows: America begins at home With every child's need For guidance and direction In establishing a creed. The roots that shape America Are formed most surely where A child spends the vital years Within his parents' care. Perhaps the close-knit family Where each one has a task Does more to aid America Than anyone could ask. Responsiblities at home Build roots both firm and strong To guide our future leaders In whatever comes along. To work and strive is no disgrace, Instead it is a joy To build a great America That cannot be destroyed. This beautiful America, So blessed with liberty, Begins at home. ... its true success Depends on you and me. The club strives to depict some of the responsibilities of the home and club projects that the poem portrays. Watch for the float in the Indian Day parade on June 25. DeVRIES Auction Sales EVERY Tues. 730 p.m. Hogs and sheep will be sold the first part of sale. DeVRIES AUCTION CO. BUFFALO CENTER. IOWA Activities At The Titonka Care Center On Monday morning we had a color movie, "The Last of the Westerners", depicting the life of the Old West and how it changed with the movement of the settlers west. In the afternoon we played bingo with Dale, Cora, Stella, Harold, Bertha S. , and Roy being the winners. On Tuesday we had exercises, playing ball toss and doing routine exercises. That afternoon we had crafts for men, finishing our napkin holders and coaster sets, and they are now ready for sale. Wednesday morning Mrs. Janssen played piano while we sang every song we could to sing the rain away. We also played bingo that afternoon. Our winners were Bud, Emma Stenzel, Marie and Myra. Thursday morning we worked on individual work. The ladies are working on special ideas and projects for the month of July. In the afternoon the Jan Circle of Good Hope Lutheran Church came and presented a program. Rev. Planz showed slides of die Holy Land and gave descriptions of what we saw. The ladies joined us for coffee and cookies after die program. Friday morning we saw another movie about "New Zealand". It depicted the life style and physical environment of the lands of New Zealand. A new activity we have added to our weekly events is wine time or wine therapy. After attending a meeting in Fort Dodge to learn the purpose and goals of wine therapy, we started our own wine program on February 24. We serve wine three times a week to any resident who enjoys taking part in new programs. We also serve cheese and crackers or popcorn in an informal relaxing mood in die lobby at 4:00 p. m., just before supper to provide a time to relax after the day's activities. The purpose of the wine therapy is to provide a relaxing time to sit down, unwind, and visit witli fellow residents. It also provides many medical benefits such as the reduced use of laxatives, stimulation to the appe- THE TITONKA TOPIC June 19, 1975 — Page 3 — tite and reduced use of tranquil - izers. Everyone looks forward to our time of relaxing together us 36 of our 50 residents take part in wine time. Local Women To Attend National Convention Mrs. Clarence Brandt, Titonka, a member of Good Hope Lutheran Church, is a delegate representing the Iowa District of the American Lutheran Church at the triennial national convention of the American Lutheran Church Women, July 7-10. Others from the area who will attend include Varla Brandt, Amanda Bruns, Mrs. Kenneth Beal, Mrs. Maurice Erpelding, and Mrs. Stanford Holtan of Forest City. The convention, which has over 6,000 registrants will open with a "Kaleidoscope of Culture" at the Fairmont Hotel Roof Garden, featuring numerous ethnic groups. Convention sessions will be held at the Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, Calif. Doan UMYF Attends 3-Day Work Camp The Doan UMYF left early Tuesday morning, June 10, for South Sioux City, Neb. They spent three days cleaning cabins, washing dishes, and painting at the Goodwill Camp preparing it for campers this summer. On Wednesday they toured the Goodwill Industry in Sioux City where they saw the various departments, Among these, we viewed how they process the items sent them. After the work was done in the afternoon, they swam and played Softball. For evening entertainment, they played miniature golf, sang, and roasted marsHm allows. Those who attended were Paula Struthers, Linda Buffington, Lisa Seaberg, Martha Goll- ne;-, Karen Buffington, Kristi Balding, Susan Buffington, and Jean Buffington. 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Bond(s) will be •tnl separately and will be Issued only to name shown on sales slip. Olter void where prohibited, taxed, or license required by law. (For return of your sales slip, please enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope.) HiVuklrli^MlA TITONKA, IOWA SPD POLY PASSENGER CAR TIRE G78-14 Plus $2.56 F.E.T. and trade-in tire. Other sizes comparably priced. Check listing for your size STEEL RADIALS • Boosts gas mileage • 40,000 miles of wear • Two steel belts Excellent traction COOP) CUSTOM CLEAN AIR FILTER Sale priced at $095 •fa each thirty-six Poly-Cased 36 month warranty COOP) Bmtdul In the country LET us SHOCK YOU! 2 for $-|8 88 HEAVY DUTY SHOCKS [COOP] Farmers Co-op Oil Co, TITONKA. IOWA FAFtMLANO INDUSTRIES, INC. PBPBPBBPH

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