Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on February 7, 1974 · Page 3
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, February 7, 1974
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Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch (Written for January 31) Several Portland folks attended the funeral of Mrs. Lillian Dickmeyer, Wednesday afternoon in the Burt Presbyterian Church. The Dickmeyers were long time Portland residents. Rev. and M r s. Paul Hansen, Mrs. Eugene Meyer, and Mrs Herb Rakow of Titonka, Mrs. Guy Dimond and Mrs. Carolyn Dawson of Britt were recent BEEF DAIRY EXOTICS Breed your cows with top Sires from Cnrtiss Breeding: Senrice — CONTACT — ERWIN QUINN Bancroft, Iowa Phone (515) 885-2442 visitors in tine home of Mrs June Sparks. Mrs. June Sparks and Mr. Vincent Eisenbacher were Tuesday evening visitors in She Harold Andrease n home Miss Linda Becker of Des Momes was a weekend guest in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank Becker. 4 Miss Linda Becker, Miss Janet Becker and Mr. Ray Me- Whorter were Sunday dinner guests in the Prank Becker home in honor of the 17 birthday of Norman Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson, Algona, and David Harms, Burt, were Thursday evening supper guests in the Harris Harms home. This was to celebrate ,the birthdays of Misty and Michele Harms. After supper guests were Mr. and Mrs Leroy Davis and Roxanne and Mr. and Mrs. Luk e McGuire and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jentz Burt and Mrs. Alma Higley of •Fairmont wer e Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Aunt Molly Jentz at Fairmont. This was i n honor of the birth- THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, FEBRUARY 7, 1974 ( <lays of Aunt Molly Jentz and - Mrs. Alma Higley. A pot luck lunch was enjoyed by the [group during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woltz of Burt and Gen e Ringsdorf of Esthervllle were Tuesday eve; ning supper guests in the Don- ,'ald Ringsdorf home. Gene j Ringsdorf was also an overnight guest. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach Jr. of Burt visited his mother, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Sr. in the Kossuth County Hospital, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Loebach |Sr. had minor surgery Monday 'morning and is getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Vivian Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prambach of Algona and Mrs. Virgie Smith, Burt were Sunday dinner guests i n the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons. Before fifty, we live to leam, after fifty we lear n to live. (Written for February 4) Mr. and Mrs. Joh n Ree and family and Mr. Ree's mother, Mrs. Leora Ree returned home last Thursday from a six day tour to St. Louis, Mo. where they visited two sisters of Mrs. Leor a Ree, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Goeddel and Mr. and Mrs. Don Denny. While there they also did some sight seeing. On the way home the Rees visited Mrs. Ree's sister, Mrs. Ronald Gold and family at Norwalk. Mrs. John Ree spent Saturday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hansmeier at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson and family were dinner guests I in the Frumboldt residents at Manly a week ago last Saturday. They were there to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lefity Hinds and family of Loveland, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zwiefel and family of Austin, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests in the Roger Olson home. 'Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer and family were Thursday evening supper guests in the Jack Womble home in Titonka. Mrs. Lena Jentz of Penton was a Sundav dinner guest i:. Saturday tihe Mervin Jentz home. Joel Jen,tz, who attends college in Mason City, spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mervi n Jentz. Mrs. Harold Lampe helped with a family miscelaneous shower for a neice, Miss Bonnie Gerber of West Bend, i n the home of Mrs. Albert Wibben in Algona. Carol Carlson of Burt was a Sunday evening visitor i n the Ralph Carlson home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Harris Harms home. Mr. David Harms was a Sunday supper guest. Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Korene Grosser, Rany and Rochelle were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs. Hazel Ruse. Mrs. Gary Huber and Mrs. Willie Kruse drove to Des Moines last Friday where they visited the Roger Harms and got acquainted with their new baby boy, Mitchelle Allan. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Johnsi n of Meriden and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huisman and family, Titonka were Sunday dinner guests i n the Floyd Huisman home. Kay Huisman of Blue Ear.tlh came home Thursday. Lt. M. J. Cunningham of Cali- fornia was a Friday visitor in the Floyd Huisman home. Kay Huisman and Lt. Cunningham left early Saturday mornine for Wichita, Kan. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr entered the Park Memorial Hospital Sunday afternoon in preparation for surgery about 9:30 Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister spent the weekend 'with the Eugene Meisters at Cherokee. They went down Friday evening and came home Monday morning. Laughter is a tranquilizer with no bad side effects. VALLEY FARMERS 4-H The regular meeting of the Valley Farmer's 4-H Club was held Monday night at Dennis Countryman's. The 4-H Pledge and the Pledge of Allegiance was lead by Dennis. It was decided ,to have a bowling party January 19. Talks were given by Roger Ricklefs, Veryl Ricklefs and Dennis Countryman. Loren Hanse n told about preparing a deer for eating. Lunch was served by Mrs. Countryman. —Brian Rippentrop, reporter CONSERVE ENERGY! CHICKEN BARBECUE SERVING 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 1V1 III 'YOU ALL COME! EAT WITH US! - BRING THE WIFE AND KIDS! EVERYONE WELCOME — TOWN AND COUNTRY — MENU — BARBECUED CHICKEN BAKED BEANS COLE SLAW ICE CREAM MILK — COFFEE — POP FREE BALLOONS - PENCILS DOOR PRIZES CHECK OUR NUTRENA FEEDS SPECIALS! - IT'S BRAND NEW! - No More Cranky Sows With NEW NUTRENA SOW-MATIC THE SELF-FED SOW FEED Tired of hand feeding? Cranky, fighting sows? . Put NUTRENA SOW-MATIC in a self-feeder. Sow-Matic helps them limit their own intake, stay slim, keep satisfied. Even timid sows get the right nutrition — boss sows don't cause feeding problems. LEROY'S FEED STORE LEROY "JUNIOR" THILGES, owner PHONE 928-2201 TITONKA, IOWA FUNK'S G-4444 SETS NEW 306.6 Heart Fund Drive To Be Held In February I The annual fund drive for the jlowa Heart Association will be held during the montii of February. Local chairman^ Joy Tjaden Boyken, has indicated that the procedure of passing the envelope will again toe used this year. There will be 20 envelopes used throughout Titonka; thus everyone in town should have an opportunity to contribute to the Heart Drive. Please use the following procedure: 1. Once your neighbor has given you the envelope, please remove a smaller envelope from ithe'container and, if you wish to contribute, place your contribution in the smaller envelope, seal it, return it to the larger container. Check your name off the list, asd send it on to the next person named on the list. If you would rather not contribute. Just check your name off the list, and pass the container on to the next person. 2. If you know ,that your neighbor will be out of town for an extended period of time, pass tlhe container on to the following person. 3. The last person on the list is requested to tur n the envelope into tfhe Titonka Savings Bank or Joy Tjaden Boyken by February 26. The National Heart Association finances programs involved in the research and treatment of heart associated diseases such as stroke, rheumatic fever, high blood pressure and inborn heart defects. BU./ACRE! Funk's G-4444 has made a high yield matk for others to shoot at. Using G-4444, Orville Montri of LaSalle, Michigan, has harvested more corn per acre than any man in history. On September 21, 1973, Montri harvested a new world record yield of 306.6 bushels per acre, No. 2 corn, from 4.4 acres. His documented yield won him the title of National Champion in the 1973 Funk's-G Project :200 high yield corn growing program G4444 • America's leader in consistent high-yield performance records • Fast emergence —keeps going- beautiful uniformity • Fast drying—excellent grain quality- ideal for combine harvest See Your Funk's-G Dealer For G-4444 And Other High Yielding Funk's G-Hybrids Doug Mechler Phone 928-2323 Titonka, Iowa fank't ij t Bn-vi Htmt: .Nuinbm Metii.ly Vjnetur, FUNK ueeom jrUcficd la (Kh £»( 3( f'jni'i C-Hftirtd tcld -11 pjrtol tfla terms af ijlt tfirtnof. HYBRID GIRL SCOUT C00K SALES START FEB. When you ,buy cookies from" >' the Girl Scout who knocks o n you'r door February 15, you will be helping her earn her way to camp next summer. For the first time, this year th e North Iowa Girl Scout Council has adopted a n individual incentive plan for their annual cookie sale. If a girl sells 30 boxes she will receive $5.00 credit to be applied to her camp fee or a wider opportunity. Each additional 5 boxes will earn her another dolr lar. The cookie sale profits will also make it possible for the council to maintain its fine outdoor program. The grants fund will still be available for those who need it but it is hoped that many girls will earn their own way. Troop profit will be te n cents o n each box sold. The council goal Is 65,000 boxes of cookies sold in 1974. That's a lot of cookies any way they "crumble". If by some chance you are not at «j home when a Scout calls, / please call Mrs. *Diek Gerdis, * 928-2516, to place yotiTorfeM by February 24. A special opportunity to apply for the outstanding Farm Bureau Health Care Plan. 1 More than 130,000 Iowa Farm Bureau members have Blue Cross and Blue Shield protection equal to the best enjoyed by industry. If you are a Farm Bureau member or become one before February 22, 1974, you can apply for this same "breakthrough" coverage subject to health statement. . »««»i Coverage includes best Blue Cross and Blue Shield benefits, plus major medical coverage and prepaid prescription benefits for post-hos- pitaJ drugs. No waiting periods for accepted health conditions except maternity. Coverage effective March 1, 1974 at rates that have remained stable since June, 1972. But timers short. You have only until February 22 1974. Find out today if you qualify. Contact your local' Farm Bureau office or attend open house in your area. With health care costs what they are, it could well be the most important thing you do this year* IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CIRCLE TO MEET The following Circles of Immanuel Lutheran Church will meet at the church at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 12. Agape: Diane Ostennann, hostess; Threse Ubben, lesson. Rachel: Alvina Brandt, hostess; Violet Loeschen, lesson. Ruth: Phyllis Gieskiag, hostess; Erlene Schutter, Mildred Schmidt, lesson. Lydia: Irene Schmidt, hostess; Doris Buss, lesson. The Martha Circle meets on Thursday, Feb. 14 at the church with Audrey Engelbarts, hostess; and Marlys Bruns and Alice Giesking, lesson. VFW AUXILIARY The Auxiliary of Wm. H. Kennedy Post 4071 will meet m the Titonka Public Library on Tuesday, February 12 at 7:30 pan. with Caralee Tollman andt Esther Bhiisinga as hostesses. OPEN HOUSE DATES: TIME: PLACE: February 7,14, 21 9 ajn. to 3 pan. Farm Bureau Bufldfaif., AlgMH: DeVRIES Auction Sales EVERY Tues. 1:00 p.m. **•» and sheep will be MM the itatpvt of «ale. DeVRIES AUCTION CO. cram. IOWA

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