Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on June 19, 1975 · Page 12
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r THE TOPIC ol Ttenfct, Iowa 5*4*9 FHUJT J. JJLBEX, P«ftiis&sr Secoad Class ?7sag- Fait* A: Tlwcia. Iowa PafcCsteti Sac& T^nrsdaj 1 SUBSCRIPTIOX RATES. FAYAB1Z Pi ADVANCE I..-TTI per year s Aiirssses. Sc.CO p»sr vear Koesutfc and An Otoer Uni:ai S All sQbscrlpSioss ?diiz tc pcc.^ — .:iic -2se county and Titonka trade serriscry ITS .-cr^.d-5r«d ccatoulng yearly subscriptions to be -issccr::^-*; :^j upon notic* trom subscribers or a*, tiae pciLst-sr's cL PER Fevrrt+s 18U 11th Grade - Laura Boekel- —.aa, Meliada Bo>-ken, Mary Caristeasen, Rachel Eden, Jean Hagelbarts, Jay Maylind, Brian Mechler, Mary Post, Susan Rike, Bfeat Rippentrop and Lorie Sch-jjter. 10th Grade - Paul Janssen*, Terr,- Meyer*, JoAun Post*, Alberta Sleper*, Lynda Steinberg*, Neal Struthers*, Jean Baade, Kristin Bahling, Judy Brandt, Russell Bruns, Karen Buffhigton, Party Charlson, Vanessa Foil- man, Alan Grandgenett, Debbie Hansen, Pvochelle Helmers, Joel Hjelmaas, Jolene Isebrand, Don Michaelsen, Leroy Ruse, Jacque Seebeck, Diane Spear, Ann Ubben, Debra Van Hove and Renee \Vomble. 9th Grade - Brian Moore*, Eld e an Boy ken, Jeanine Follman, Rick Johnson, Brenda Meyer, Janet Post, Susan Schmidt, Roger Smidt and Kevin \Vilbeck. 8th Grade - Laura M ay land*, Kristi Schmidt*, Janice Ubben*, Lola Beenken, Becky Brandt, Jolene Bruns, David Gerdis, Diane Giesking, Karen Giesking, Janet Heyer, Kent Mechler, Evelyn Moore, Gayle Moore, Michelle Orthel, Mark Ricklefs, Bradley Ricks, Brian Rippentro?, Teresa Tieman and Kristen V.'il- beck. 7th Grade - Paula Struthers*, Lyle Boeckholt, Brian Bruns, Linda Buffington, Debri Folkens, Mark Gaul, Lori Giesking, Lori Hamilton, Lorraine Heifaer, Mark Johnson, Michael N'cvick, John Post, Lisa Seabcr;; and Sandra Tjaden. THE TTTONKA TOPIC June 19. 1975 — Pape 4 — Open House Shower To Honor Sandy Hjehiaas An open house absentee bridal shower honoring Sandy Hjel- rriaas, daughter of Rev. aud Mrs. Roy Hjelmaas, will be held Tuesday, July 1 at 7:30 p. m. at the Doaa United Meth- coLst Church. Sandy -.s-ill become the bride o: i-J-.vsruc Fraction of Chicago, = rr: of Mrs. Lipky Fraction and '-••.j late LC'.varc: Fraction, on ].:iy 19 at Clesj Lake. .•Ml friends me relatives are c—Jiuiv invited to attend. Fund Raising Dinner To Honor Senator Priebe A Koss'.tth County TiiatTRais- iaj dianor hoao.ris£ Senator Berl Prieb-e will b<e he.Ui it the Algona \T.V Hail ^ FrUjiy, June 20 at 7:00 y. :n. Senator &o.rl Priebe has served fivo :err:vs hi the iow.i House and is in his thirvi year in the Iowa Senate. Berl is assistant majority leader of the Senate. Berl serves as chairperson of the subcommittee on Human Resources which 1'uacis all state institutions and is the second largest appropriations committee concerning the budget. He also serves on the Appropriations, Agriculture and Commerce Committees and is ranking majority member of the Natural Resources Committee. Tom Whitney, Democratic State Chairman, as well as several of Berl's Senate collegues will be present for the dinner. To purchase tickets contact Jerry Leaneagh, Box 10, Algona, la. 50511. Tickets may be purchased the night of the event also. SECOND SEMESTER Honor Roll In order to be :r. R_£ll_a student —-^st or better of all suije meet daily. In order to be a- Koll a -tudeat — x or better of all sub •; meet daily. 12th Grade - Cyr. LeAnn Baade^, Char :is -^SJC* e : :c:,v:', Debo----^ Tapper*, a-, An^i'ynn randt, ',V a >7ie yE.-Jlc.-.;, Jean Buf- _:;.-. L.;:"!'!.-.,:::.-!, Arlyce -.-;, ~~>^.-;i.. Hamilton, :..-:, • :-une/ Norland, ;-•.-., '-.IvLia P.eceni'-iS, .-.l-:i;, ".'icky Schuller, :-. •-.-- L-;ar.r.t: Tnacker. SERVPRO SERVICES NATIONWIDE A Complete Horn* Cleaning Service Steam — Showcase — Shampoo * Corptfi * Furnilurt * Walls * Floors Insurance Specialist* • Deodorizing Smok«, Water Fire Damage lorry Merk Algona, la. 50511 295-5567 Fr»« Eitlmat* A»k About On location Drapery Cleaning INDIAN DAY Horseshoe Pitching Contest Wednesday, June 25th Tournament starts at- 2:00 p.m. $1.00 Entry Fee 100% Pay Back Sponsored by Titonka Jaycees For more information call 928-2347 — 928-2559 — 928-2530 THRIFTY / FULL OF / FLAVOR! Wisconsin Brick Cheese Nissen Fun Time Franks $1.19 12 oz. pkg. Center Cut Pork Chops.. Brilt Ring Bologna $1.19 rng Butr'r Topp Big Value Loaves SI .00 Falstaff BEER 12,,42.19 Richelieu Western Dressing 16 oz bottle 98* Wonder 100% Whole Wheat Bread 2 Loaves 790 Butt'r Topp Plain or Powdered Donuts Dozen 59t Libby's French Style Green Beans 303 cans 2 69{ CONVENIENC ow Flavor Maid Potato Chips Twin Bag 69* toooooooooo Polly Meadows Ice Cream Vt gallon 79* French's Salad Mustard 6 oz. jar 23* hOOOOOCX Marigold Cottage Cheese 24 oz. carton 11 11 11. ir ii 69( || New Crop Sunkist Oranges Mozerella Grated Cheese 39* Grillit 2 ,69* Keebler Town House Oval Crackers 69* Ore-Ida French Fries Jiff Creamy or Crunch 18 oz. jar Peanut Butter 89* Kellogg's 10 oz. box Rice Krispies 63* Charcoal 2041.89 \SVMMER ¥ i Snobov ii M Head Lettuce I Fresh Canteloupe Snoboy Cauliflower. Dozen 79* Head 29^ each 69$ Large head 69$ IPDDI We reserve the right to limit quantities Special Prices Good Thursday, Friday and Saturday at.... EARL'S MARKET Phone 928-2133 A CARDINAL FOOD STORE Titonka, low*

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