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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, June 19, 1975
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THonka UMW Honors Jubilee Jewel Members The Titonka UMW met Wednesday afternoon, June 11 at the United Methodist Church with nearly 50 members and guests present for the annual birthday observance. Devotions were given by Ann Isebrand. Mabel Dunmire and Feme Kitzinger presented an interesting program, "So Your're Over 39". Special music by Judy Junkermeier was enjoyed. President Shirley Amesbury welcomed the 16 Jubilee Jewels present and special recognition was given Clara liuber and Etta Reibsamen for their years of service. Corsages were presented to all Jubilee Jewels: Camilla Cooper, Maggie Boekelman, Louise Eden, Mary Budlong, Lillian Graham, Minnie Oesterreicher, Elsie Hansen, Ruth Jennings, Frances Gingrich, Anna Rippentrop, Irenp Peterson, Ethel Downs, Veva Keagle ami Fannie Speicher. Unable to attend were Stella Peterson, Julia Reynolds, Hazel Budlong and Ethel Beed. In other business, the UMW will give $10 each to Sth graders going to Confirmation Camp in July. Announcements included news of a recent coffee having been held in the home of Marcc Krantv. with Shirley Amesbury assisting, for 15 previous recipients of special honorary membership pins, who selected nominees to receive this year's pins. Hope Circle will meet for their annual picnic June 18 at the parsonage. Audrey's Ambassadors will go to the Care Center later that same afternoon. Quilting is progressing on the basket quilt but 10 1/2" sampler blocks are still needed. Monday and Friday afternoons are quilting days. Arts and crafts interest group will not meet until further notice. A tour of Handicap Village at Clear Lake is planned for July 9. Anyone wishing to go is asked to meet at the church at 1:00 p. m. that day. Sewing chairman Lois Peter- son announced that a box of completed garments and quilts is ready to be taken to Bidwell- Riverside in Des Moines. Anyone wishing to do more sewing through the summer should contact her. Mrs. Earl Zwiefel was welcomed as a new member. Lunch was served at beautifully decorated tables in Fellowship Hall. Hostesses were Gertrude Richter, Hazel Akkerman, and Bernadine Gerard. Table decorations were planned by Peggy Hill and Fern Boekelman. Corsages were made by Florence Reynolds and Shirley Jaren. V.F.W. AUXILIARY The Auxiliary to William H. Kennedy V. F.W. Post met Tuesday, June 3 at 7:30 p. m. in the Titonka Public Library with 11 members present. Toni Higgins 1 name was drawn for door prize. The meeting was called to order by President Bev Gerdis, with the chaplain giving prayer. General orders and other correspondence was read. Reports were read by Hazel on cancer, Marilyn on membership, and Mavis on Americanism. The Charter was draped in memory of our deceased member, Novella Budlong. A motion was made to send $2. 00 to Vickie Trunkhill for her baby. A motion was also made to automatically give a plant or flower for any deceased member. The treasurer's report was read and accepted. The meeting was closed with the chaplain giving prayer. Lunch was served by Bev Gerdis and Darlene Schmidt. The Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, July 1, in the Library with Ellen Boelkes and Marilyn Bcngston as hostesses. Members taking cookies to the Care Center on July 8 are Mary Young, Mary Oesterrcicher and Mary Lee Baade. Officers for the 1975-76 year who will begin their term in July are Hazel Akkerman, president; Marilyn Bengston, senior vice; Linda Lee, junior vice; Jean Gerdis, secretary; Margaret Bunkofske, treasurer; LaVaughn Wibben, chaplain; Dawney Harms, conductress; Mavis Looft, guard; Marlys Bruns, musician; Erna Sleper, patriotic instructor; Loraine Boekelman, historian; Linda Etherington, Kathryn Hamilton, Esther Huisinga and Millie Smidt, color bearers; Ellen Boelkes, flag bearer; Marian Spear, banner bearer; Dorothy Krominga, l"-year trustee; Adah Rippentrop, 2-year trustee; and Toni Higgir^ 3-year trustee. Portland News fcy Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Thursday, June 12... The Portland Progress Club will hold their annual club picnic on Thursday, June 19 at Smith Lake, north of Algona. Vera Fitch and Hilma Carlson will be hostesses. Hostesses will bring dessert and drink. Other members are to bring a hot dish or salad, own sandwiches and dishes. Roll call, "A mistake I once made in gardening". Fun Time: Florence Koestler and Eva Shipler. The Friendly Four Club met Tuesday, June 10 in the home of Jackie Campney. Attending were Mildred Erpelding, Grace Ackerman, Viola Cunningham, Myrtle Jones, Tillie Madsen, Maxine Walker and Marian Waltman, Mrs. Connie Neuroth was a guest. Roll call, "Describe your wedding dress". The next meeting will be held in the home of Mildred Mescher, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe attended the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lampe in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .Steve Kix at Hubbard on Sunday, Between 35 and 40 were there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe were grandparents again when a baby girl was bom Tuesday, June 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Ron Harrison of Cherokee, weighing 6 Ibs., 13 oz. She lias been named Crystal Lynn. The Harrisons have a son Chad, 3 years old. Mrs. George Koestler spent a few days at Salime, Mich, visiting a son, Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Koestler and family, who brought her home Sunday Get the highest returns on your savings & investments. Home Federal will pay the highest interest rates allowable by law on your savings. Your earnings are automatically reinvested four times a year and your account is federally insured up to $40,000. Plan for your future wisely — and safely at Home Federal. When you get your tax refund, open or add to your savings account and select a valuable gift. Minimum deposit $100. Larger gifts also available for larger deposits. All interest on savings 1 is compounded daily. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN - Algona - Garner - Britt -Yields 5.39%- ON PASSBOOK Doy-ln, Doy-Out P cmbook Sovingi Any Amount — No Minimum 6 3 /4%~ Yields 6.98%- CERTIFICATE On 30 Month Certificate: $1,000 Minimum Yields 5.92% - CERTIFICATE On Three Month Certificates $500 Minimum 7 ] /2% - Yields 7.78%- CERTIFICATE On 4 Year Certificates $1,000 Minimum 6 ] /2%- Yields 6.72%- CERTIFICATE On One-Year Certiflcatei $1,000 Minimum 7%% -Yieldt 8.06%- CERTIFICATE On 6 Year Certiflcatei $1,000 Minimum Happenings . On the Hill by Senator Berl E. Priebe The main bills passed this week were appropriation bills in an attempt to complete the session. We improved the appropriation procedure this year for we did not work on these bills late at night as in previous years. I have always felt it improper to appropriate at 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning as people are not alert at that time. The Social Services Bill, which I handled on the floor, passed. Thij involved a large amount of money. The Governor recommended $172,478,300 and we in the Committee reduced the Governor's budget by $1, 521, 790 for a final figure of $170,956,510. Now 1 realize when you appropriate 170 million plus dollars and reduce it by one and one half million dollars, it does not seem like a great reduction. However, 1 believe it is a significant amount. We increased the A.D.C. money in this appropriation, but we now have 89,000 recipients as compared to 82,000 recipients last year. In addition, 2. 5 million dollars was left in the A.D.C. fund from last year. When we decided to let this money revert, we in effect reduced die amount which may be spent on A.D.C. by 2.5 million. Several conference committees have met during the last few days of the session, and this year was no different from other years in that respect. A few of the bills discussed were the corporate farm bill, the income tax bill, and the trip ticket bill. Tempers always get shorter as the days get longer. 1 am greatly relieved when we are through with the ordeal of finalizing bills. We definitely improved 1PERS for Iowa public employees. We will fund the increase with state funds the first year. The Des Moines school system had a separate retirement system and asked the state to fund part of their retirement, but the Senate defeated this. There were several attempts to suspend the rules the last few days of the session, which is very rarely done. Actually, this, is an endeavor to embarass one or the other political party. We appropriated almost $70 million dollars to the Department of Transportation just for administration of the Department which consists of 4, 775 employees. I would like to take this opportunity to thank every paper that has carried my newsletter. Many people have commented favorably on these. In a couple of weeks I will submit a complete resume of the session as I feel it is extremely important to keep the people in my area informed of all that is being done. and will spend a few days visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tienan were Sunday dinner guests in the Lyle Hedge home in Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Tienan attended the appreciation pot luck supper Sunday for Rev. Ralph Maddison at the Burt Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and family were Saturday evening visitors in the Alfred Schadendorf home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harms and family of Rake were Sunday dinner guests in the Harold Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Lament Junkermeier and family were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mis. Peter Govern were Monday overnight guests in the Lawrence Govern home. They and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Farrow and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Govern were Tuesday dinner guests in the Lawrence Govern home. Mrs. Robert Wood attended a party Wednesday afternoon in the home of Beverly Thompson. Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and Mrs. Robert Sarchet attended a shower Monday evening for Kathy Patterson in the Burt Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and Teresa were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer and Terry er, Terry and Brenda, attended the Wesley Boys' 4-H Glub family picnic Saturday evening in Wesley. Terry is a member of the club. Mrs. EuClaire Meyer spent Tuesday through Friday in Kansas City, Mo. attending a workshop in connection with her duties at Union Slough Wildlife Refuge. Mr. and Mis. EuClaire Meyer and Brenda were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Arie Dittmer at Burt. A shower was held Saturday evening in the Burt Methodist Church for Roger Sarchet and Jean Peters, who will be married June 21. Jean's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Peters, and her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Helmbrich and Tim of Sac City were Saturday supper guests in the Kenneth Sarchet home. They all came up for the shower. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Kenneth Sarchet home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCormick of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet attended the appreciation supper Sunday for Rev. Ralph Maddison. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jentz, Lori, Colleen and Troy, drove to Windom Sunday where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Speth and helped her celebrate her birthday. Between 35 and 40 relatives and friends gathered for the occasion. A birthday party was held in the Robert Weber home on June 4 for Melissa's 6th birthday. Guests were Misty and Michelle Harms, Mrs. Phil Elsbecker and family and Mrs. Jim Antoine and family of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer and Mr. and Mrs.. Lerpy Meyer and Tracy of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and Judy of Algona were supper guests in the Robert Weber home June 4. After supper guests wore Mr. and Mrs. Phil Meyer and family who joined all the rest for ice cream and cake. Maurine Antoine spent from Wednesday til Friday visiting in the Robert Weber home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley and family attended the wedding of her niece, Christy Hauck of Livermore, and Scot Satern of Davenport. Mrs. Mawdsley and Meladee took her father, Mr. Lawrence Hauck, and niece, Barbara Hauck of Fulton, Mo. to Des Moines, where they boarded a plane for home. Verdean, Meladee and David Mawclsley are visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Adams and family of Owatonna. They will return home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ree and family of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Rasmussen of Thompson drove to Minneapolis Sunday to visit the Como Park Zoo. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Klein of Irvington and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Klein and family of Linvi, Ohio were Sunday supper guests in the Joe Loebach home near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and family of Burt, Mr. and Mis. John Geishecker of Livermore and several members of die Herman Illg family of Bode, Mrs. Anna Geishecker of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Klein and Mr. All earnings Automatically reinveited on March 31, June 30; Sept. 30 and Dec. 31. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal on all certificates. Flexibility is the difference Flexibility can mean the difference between an average teedlot and a really profitable feedlot operation. That's why you can "nail down extra profits" with GO-OP Beef Feedlot Feeds. CO-OP's broad selection of feeding options let's you tailor your feed to fit your particular feeding situation. You profit from fast, economical gains (your cattle get the precise formulation to take advantage of their potential), elimination of non-essential additives, availability of wide range ot feedlot formulations. The feed experts at Farmers Co-op Elevator have the know-how to help you build a more profitable feedlot operation. Why not stop by Farmers Co-op Eltvator and ask about how you can profit from CO-OP Beef Feedlot Feeds. MIL DOWN EXTRA PROFITS" with Farmers Co-op Elevator Phone 928-2515 Titonka INC, THE TITONKA TOPIC June 19, 1975 — Page 7 — and Mrs. Norman Klein and family were Monday supper guests in the Alvin Klein home, Irvington. Joseph and Mary Ann Loebach are spending a few days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein at Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, Jr. and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs.. H. E. Engelan of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Elnore Kohlhaas and family of West Bend, and Mary Lou Loebach were Thursday supper gu-ssts in the Joe Loebach, Sr. home at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sparks, Brand! and Joshua of Davenport, came up Saturday to spend a few days in the home of his mother, Mrs.- June Sparks. They returned home the following Friday. Mrs. June Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sparks and family visited Mrs. Guy Dimond in Britt Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Maurice Keil of Ledyard was a Sunday supper guest in the home of Mrs. June Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. David Rasmussen and children of Fort Dodge were also evening visitors. Personality opens many doors, but character keeps them open. Written Monday, June 16... Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krominga, Shelly, Shari and Paul, Jr. of Rockford, 111. arrived Tuesday evening to visit relatives. Shelly graduated Tuesday morning with a class of about 600. Mrs. Paul Krominga and children, and Mrs. Bernard Phelps drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday to visit Mrs. Phelps 1 mother, Mrs. Minnie Sperring, the Lester Hackers, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. EuClairc Meyer, Terry and Brenda, and Mr. Arie Dittmer were Saturday supper guests in the Duane Dittmer home. Mr. Arie Dittmer was a dinner and supper guest in the EuClaire Meyer home on Father's Day. Chris Balk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Balk of Algona, is staying with his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Discher, rural Burt, while his parents are visiting his sister in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill and family, and Roger Sydnes of Ames were pot luck supper guests Wednesday in the Jody Cunningham home. Roger is spending the summer with the Richard TrunWiills. NOTICE! I have recently sold my television business to Larry Vaage, owner of Larry's TV Sales and Service in Crystal Lake. Larry i s well qualified to repair all makes of TV stereos and radios promptly. Tuesdays and Thursdays will be his regular days to be in Titonka. PHONE 565-3519 —JOHN M. HAMILTON S56MN'60Form2B SYMPATHY We are here to serve. You will appreciate the thoughtfulness and consideration of our staff, during your difficult period. A, beautiful service is a comfort forever Winter Funeral Home , Please Call Collect: 562-2858 or 562-2731 Buffalo Center,. Iowa

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