Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 8
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and Lak&tfl. Attttitfeht Wai 0*ll<mfeldt, Lakota girl married Lakota: New Orleans was th honeymoon destination of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Koenig who exchanged wedding vows Saturday, October 21st ait 8:00 p. m. in a candlelight ceremony in the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints, Dovenport, la. Wayne 'Newport, Bettendorf, . la., read the double ring ceremony before an altar of lighted candles and flowers of blue gardenias and white mums. Pews and windows were decorated in peacock blue and lace theme throughout. The former Patty J. Koppen of Davenport is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Koppen of Lakota. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Koenig, Davenport. Miss Bonita Woomert was organist and accompanied Miss Sheila Stolz who sang, "The Wedding Prayer," "Song of Ruth" and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Gloria Joos of Daven- pont was. maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Carol Reihle, Davenport; Jeri Smith, Oregon, I will hold a Hairy A action an farm located i Vi mile North of Cylinder, la. on Highway IS, then '/, mile Kail, t'/, mlletNorth on paved road —OR— 13-t mile, South of Depcw on; Friday forenoon, Dec. 8th S«b Sluls Ml 1:45 111. 41 HEAD OF CATTLE 41 22 Head oi Holstcin Milk Cows Kone — Hotnteln cow frenti Nov. 23 with 3rd calf; Amlry — HoMvln cow frctiti Nov. 12 with 4thcttlf f ; .^ Ht'ifcrH yqccinatrii; 12—lita'cle fact' tiitl and hri calri'H from a/wre cow*; lady — Holtteln tout to freihen In Dee. with 3rd calf; Tammy—Holileln cow la freih- en In Dte. with Ind call; Judv—Holiteln cow la freihen in Ian. with 3rd call l 9eckit-rHoliteln paw freih Nov. 4 with 3rd calf; Blackle— Ualitein tout frnh Nov. 10 with 3rd calf; Ptffttti — Holtteln cow Irnh Nov. 5 with Ind call; Sandu — Holtteln cow freth Nov. S irith lit* call! Dolly—Holtleln heller frith Nov. li with hi calf (good afntlt haute cow); Hnnnle — Holttetn cow freih Nov 17 with Slh calf; I Illle—Holiteln cow to freihen Iml of Dec. with 2nd call; Laurie — Holtteln cow to frethfn by tale date wllH 4th calf; liueen— llollteln cow to frahen Nov. II with Ind calf; Molly— HoMtln cow freih Nov. 20 with 2nd calf; l>arlene — Holileln cow freih Nov.l9withlrdcalf; Suite — llollteln cow freih Nov. IS with 3rd calf; Nellie— Hottttln cow frtth Nov. » with 3rd tall; iMcu—Holtleln cow tafrcthen > .. „„/„ rf n (, MM, ul, cal f. Rnlai—Hnliitcln cow freth Nov. o—n'n cow to frcthen tn Jan. with 3rd calf ; r-i——Hnl,trin cow freth Oct. • Milking Equipment Siinni't 115 ffalton bulk lank; . Surge &/*. // milker pump with I Vt inch pipe line; Surge milker; 2 Surge new style large bucket milker,- 55 gal. (»,K. Quick recovery hot u'ater heater; Can it pace heater; 12 drinking en pa like new (non Hi phoning) with pipe line; IS *clf locking Olnon xtanchion* (to be told an a unit); I i other cow *t(inchionnt Cow trainem; Jl_il_tilll_Mr f l M_it_l* '' leas note Lll ' B ls u forL ' m ' on auction with !K) purcunl of COWH just frctih. ",****,?, T Ii . 1 * i *' T ney arc large In alze, (food uddere-1 nnd K"»d nroducInK cowa. All cattle arc calf hood vaccinated, T.B. and IJanifB Federal tested. Qntnn.Clark * Kcnuon—Auctioneer* No property removed unfit Kttlrd for Uml JUctjf • TciTHi A'uf re»pt,tuiMe for accident* Bruce H. Osborn. owner Ijulnn,Clark It Benton— Auclloneert • State Itank •— Clerk DflfflY J lulll hold a Dalru Auction on farm located I Vi milet North of W ailing! or a and Vi mil* Wttt -OK- Wi mile. South of Catholic School ofHtlHerville and '/, mile Wett on: Monday, Dec. llth Sak Sauls JU U:45 51 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 45-Head-45 Holslein Dairy Cotdel V*. K-ft frnhcmJa*. IS with Sthcalf-313 dam. I IJiO milk, S35 B.F., 3.7 tctt; V«, I— to /ratal Dtc. It with tth calf — iS3 dayt, 13,470 milk. SOI Bf., 3.7 tctt; ,... V*. t-ip fretken Jan. 1 with 41k calf - Ii3 day,, 1 4i*> milk, S3t *.»'., 3.7 tctt; V*. #-*. frethtm Jan. ijeUk 41k calf - 303 taut. 13JN milk, 103 BS.. M tetl; Vf. 13-40 truktm Dtc. It uilk 3rd calf -303 daut. I Oi» milk, 401 US., 3Jtctt; Va.lt-4*fralunDec.t7u>llh4lhcalf-Wd a vt,ll£10mUk.4S41tS.,3.8tc.t; I*. 14-tt /nifcm frt. I with M calf - leg dan,, t, oUmltk. M» Bf..3A tat; V« 4— It frttktn Ftf. li uUk 4tk calf — 174 dai/t, 1 1 £30 milk, 417 B.F« 3.7 lot; V* 3l-4,ltklHc. I with 1*4 cult r- US dam. Uf30 milk, 444 Bf., iS tett (record at Itt call ktUcr); V*. M-trah Dec. i wth Ind call — Hi dayi, HSSO milk, it! Uf., M tett (record ai III calf heller); V«. U-t» frtthtn f«*. 11 with lot calf—1» dayi,if30 milk', 311 ti.f., 3.7 teti. ett, 30S dam *« **'•; V*. t-frith Nov. If with Hh calf- 311 dun, li&Omllk, USBf., 3J Itit; V* ll-truh Dtc. S wUh M coll - ISO tani. /MJ0 mJ/t, tit *JV « lot; ., l ^. i*. 17— to frnkai MOM II wUk Uk call — Hi dam, J 0.7SO milk, 4lt B.r'., U tetl; mtMtln ktlftr no. SS frtth Nay. lltk ivitk lit calf; IMti* kti/tr ma, SI frftk JVov. Kth with lit call; IlitM* kfUtt ««. St to fruhtn Otr, tttk iflth M r no. SI to freihen Marc* ttk with tr no. i3 to frethtn March Utk with JU; ktl/cr no. M to frcthen March iSth with IttctU: _ llollteln heifer no. it to frcthen March Itth with M cull; Uolttcin heller no. 14 to freihen April ISth with lit call; Ilolttein heifer no. SI to freihen April 14th with lit colt; Uolittln heifer no. SI to Iruhtn Man in* with lit calf; llollteln kilter no. ,1 to Iruhtn May 17th with - ' ' Qm» -Mtlter ealvti; ,-\Ummti Halter Vuilt t can laray type Surge! unit new ttylt milker,; Start eon tprav tank milk cotter 20—10 gallon milk cam; Mala PPW^» '•*?« /•_»!.« < »«. r oU krolct Excellent herd ol DiUry cattle. Good milk production. W rraUCMlng f i/car old, toajtt heid ^l A\l 4th calf cow« were bou«ht on Butterfield D»l ySfffuL <_u.- ion M i? 1 •=?" heUerj. Ail orijinated from top Wi«con»ui 1 wVMtfyUffift'. ..... Dairy Cattle we call hood vaccinited with Ind. VMCIM i i.krtlu: . Butterfield D»lrr Auct- rom top Wisconsin herd All Dairy Cattle are calf hood vaccintted with ind. vaccine T.B. tai Bang. Health Certificate"., D.ttl.A. milk test will be continoed up tn date. Don t miss thl» Dairy Auction. See you aharp M 12:i5. DM. Uth. ' Nat rtiKHuMt lor oetUml* Eldon Sabin-owner fldbtft -.,. — . £foof8i .wHs iiftf vco tty • ^r-fa^iMat ' i; _r\iiftt-li ' - *)*^-B-i-^-_i-Ui-t-^[ i' • _U-__ft v _VIvivi .. VfUUVl* tUvS-VCtlpOlltf tnC frlde% brother, Craig Koppen, Lakotft; Sandy Sanders, Daveft* |x>rt;" *nd Clary Gelten teldt, Mankato, Minn. iTshere were Robert • Qgreti, Lakota; Larry Ktoenlf, Baflboo, Wise.; Bradley Buckle*, Davenport and Dave Blitz, Ames. Dean Koppen, cousin of the bride, was oandleHgMer.' " Roberta Ogren was flower girl and Patrick darken act* ed as ring bearer. Following the ceremony a reception was held In the church parlors for 250 guests, who were registered by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Richard Behrends. Mrs. 'Barbara McCollofn, friend of the bride, served blue punch. Gift receivers were Chris Youngstrom, Diane Trib- We and iPat Wilford, friend's of the bride. The bride, a 1965 graduate of Lakota, has been employed for the .past two years by Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. as a processor and receptionist. The groom is a graduate of Davenport Central and is associated with his father in Koenig's Wholesale Meats. He is also in the Naval Reserves. Lakota High Yule program to be given Lakota: Th e Lakota High Christmas 'Program will be held in the High School Gymnasium on December 12, 1967 at 8 p.m. The program will feature the High School Band and Chorus. No Admission charge. On Dec. 18, 1967, the Lakota School will present a short Christmas program by the elementary pupils. Thds will be at 7:30 p.m. The Public is invited to attend both of these events. The Lakota 'Bands are under •the direction of Mr. Ron Olien, and the chorus: is under,the direction of Mr. Thomas Philips. The program is as follows: Junior Band Toylond ______ Victor Herbert Christmas selections: Hark The Herald Angels Sing, Away in the Manger, I Heard the Bells, Up. On, the Housetop, O Little Town of Bethlehem and Little Drummer Boy. Junior High Chorus: Noah's Ark,, O How Beautiful -the"'Sky arid The-Twelve Days of Christmas. Senior High Band: Yuletide Overture, O Come, Emanuel, White Christmas and Messiah Overture. ' High School Chorus: Let thy Holy Presence, Can- tate Domino, Tree Carols for Christmas, Lullaby, Coventry Carol, The Star, Shepherds by the Cradle, Snow, Snow, Beau- tifiul Snow, Thy Little Ones and Fum, Fum, Fum. Girl Scouts name new patrol leaders Lakota: The Perky Pansiee and the For-Get-Me-Nots of the Junior Girl Scouts met at the Legion Hall November 27. We changed our Patrol Leaders. For the Perky Pansies the Patrol Leaders are: (Peggy Carlson and assistant patrol leader, Debbie Christensen. For the For-Get- Me-Nots, Mary Kuper, Patrol Leader and Melanie Krominga, assistant patrol leader. Connie Lewis is the Scribe and Lorna Burger is treasurer. We passed out the 1968 calen- ders, which are to 'be sold 'starting Dec. 7, 1967. We are working on our Toy Badges and for this we are making toys which will go to the Children's Home. We -also held a court of honor meeting and are planning a Valentine Party for the other group of Junior Girl Scouts. Scribe, Connie Lewis. Junior High honor roll named La'koto: The Lakota Junior High Honor Roll is usually printed with the High School Honor Roll. However, it was not ready at news pickup time so was not included at that time.' These are the names for the first 9 weeks .period of the Junior High Honor Roll: 8th grade: Diane Anderson, Joyce Bishop, Donna Christ, Colleen Karels, Eldean Addy, Spra, Christ, Jolene Kollasch, Kenneth. Neumann, Mancia Paulsen and Paul Peterson. In the 7th grade are: Scott Bosma, Roger Federlick, Verlaine Heidecker, Roxane Miller and Emma Jean Ukena. Bancroft girt lo appear Dec. 11, TV Ann Kienitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kienitz of Ban-? croft, will appear on Fort Dodge TV, Channel 21 on Monday, December 11 at 5 p.m., as announcer for the Iowa Central Community College Concert Choir during their Christmas Concert presentation. Miss Kienitz is a freshman ait the college, and was cihosen from the speech class for the position,,. Milkodlsts nisi ^ikv" • ' ,tyV^»',,t ';,UJHv.!& j kfe^t:- H?S*,' Bride of Ledyard man Michele Mosmann became tht bride of Dr. Charles David D*. Boer in a double ring candlelight ceremony Nov. 25 at Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ridgewood, N. J. Officiating were the Rev. Dwald Mueller and .the Rev. Theo Beiderwieden. Miss Carmen Cook, formerly of Lakota, Iowa, now attending Julliard School of Music, New York City was the soloist- ...... The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs'. Walter H. Mos- mann of Ridgewood. Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert 'DeBoer of Led" yard are the groom's parents. Linda Mosmann, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, Bridesmaids were Mrs. Matthew Hayes of Kingston, N. H., sister of the bride, Gretchen DeBoer of Ledyard, sister of the groom, and Delores Holtz of New York City. Karen Wel- sel cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Donald Valentine of Princeton, N. J. was best man. Serving as groomsmen were John DeBoer of Ames, Iowa, brother of the groom; Mitchell Winnlk of New York; William ; Herk-'* stroeter of Rohcester, N: Yyand" Matthew Hayes" of Kingston^ Two (hundred guests attended the 2 course, dinner reception at/ the Hackensack Golf Club. < The newlyweds took a weeks •wedding trip to New York City, and are at home at 46A North-' gate Manor in Rochester, N.Y. Mrs. 'DeBoer is a graduate of Wesleyan College where she was a member of Alpha Delta Pi soroity, chapel choir and soloist of tour choir. A professional soprano, she also attended Julliard SJphool of Music in New York City and is Public Auction MtoidityliiClN^ Saturday, Dec. 9th UN fonMr Rift Ho4fsn IMM tociM M . Kill I. Inn, tood oil furnact, MW inn HO, lartMCrt dbpMil mi bfa|**|M«al Ws IPMSI MNU MsHy owner AUCTIONIII: f¥ftfc»» i»fe».i«tiM writf tf t*Mf Irwct at 4 S**a CHf: Th* members m th« rirtt Methodist Church in 8*fci City picked Up com tot «he past two SMtmtey. The oc* «a-(dft arose when Harold Pfe* cheV. corn field caught fire and Marly burned 30 acres of stalks dropping the ears to the ground. It, S, Mather sheltod the com, Art Kracht hauled the corn to the Ledyard elevator, and several of the men brought their wagons and tractors to help. GMScouklo hold bike sate Ledyard!, The Girl Scout bake sale will be held this Saturday, Dec, 9 at the Town Hall ,from 2:06 tmtti 4:00. ttwrt Witt, •t»o fee novelty Item, and hand mtd« article* tor Mfe. Lunchei Will be *>M durin* the time ttit b»k« tile it tn pfOt*«i. ThU bate Mle, whkh m» postponed form December I, is being hekMnjteadoi the filial fund drive. 4-H CLUBS IT, JOI TftOJANS St. Joe Trojtfl. met Nov. 28 with Marvin and AUtn Kc*il- haM host* *t 8 o'clock. Hie Pledge of AMei-ance IM» led by Robert PlatheT Plans were made for a gift wcchenge and pot luck supper for, Sunday Dec. 3 in St. Joe Corrunuftky ,«•* Will tit II School at ^A CT1 f. Lit ii dtreeiMf thi PTO- "The CeT*n»ny el Of*oif ." All student* in ffade one through *W*lve will B* taking part. . Wesley Vt«la • Mre. Bd Ramiw, LuVem«»> fpent levwil d»y« M. *Mti her <k»-ghUjr, the HUdmanj. ' i The rtul Rjwii ton, were guejU^i-i tf»e *«i% rt home Fri<Uy and ' ' ' a member of Mu Phi Bpsilon. Honorary Music sorority. She has sung in numerous concerts .and recently toured the west coast with the Camerata Singers of New York City. Dr. DeBoer, a graduate of Iowa State University at Ames, received his Ph. D. at California Institute of Technology and did post doctorate work at Columbia University, New York City. He now is employed as research chemist for Eastman Kodak at Rochester, N. Y. Santa 16 visit Ledyard Dec. 15 Ledyard: Santa Claus will be in Ledyard on Friday, Dec. 15. Registration for prizes donated by merchants and organizations, will be at the post office until noon on that day. As this is a change from previous years, ithe committee in charge would like to emphasize that when the post office closes that day at 12:00 ithe registration also ends. There will be entertainment during the afternoon in addition to the drawing. There will also' be something special at the school for, the student. .-. ADVISORY BOARD 'Mr. V. J. Meyer, St. John's! .instructor and coach attended; a meeting of the Iowa High School Baseball Athletic Association Advisory 'Board, of which he is a-member, on Saturday, Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. to 9p.m. DATE CHANGED The L. C. W. Guest Day at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Swea City has been changed from Thursday, Dec. 7 to Friday, Dec. 8 at 2 o'clock. Duo to m? hrallh, I will MM *• foHowtaf <b*crib*4 pfopwly at tl» f urn locabfd t mlki •nd _.«/, milM .Ml of Tltoalwi or l'/i milm toutfi •ad 3«/i WM! of WO.M, M . . • . Wednesday, December 13th SALE STARTS AT liOO P.M. 1 LUNCH ON GROUNDS BY IMMANUEL LADIES- ' ""'".—•—— Farm Machinery Miscellaneous F.rm-ll H TRACTOR with MAW O-<rdrl-«, New Tin* "F«rm«ll Super C TRACTOR '• 2 IntenMktional 2-row CULTIVATORS New Idea 7-foot MOUNTED MOWER I H.C. 2-14" PLOW J. D. 10-foot FIELD CULTIVATOR J. D. 293 CORN PLANTER J. D. 15-foot DISC ' International 12-foot DISC Weitem 12-foot LAND ROLLER New Idea Single Row CORN PICKER Ceylon TRASH RAKE Lindiay 4-iection DRAG International No. 200 MANURE SPREADER Mayrath 16-foot GRAIN AUGER, 4-inch J. D. 36-foot ELEVATOR, PTO with Truck Hopper 2-row STALK CUTTER Internatiofial ENDGATE SEEDER Koyker CORN SHIELD Stan Hold MANURE SPREADER and Snow BUILDINGS 8.10 FEED SHED 10x12 BROODER HOUSE 2 FEED BUNKS HAY BUNK 11x38 TRACTOR CHAINS HEAT HOUSER for H Tractor 4 International WHEEL WEIGHTS Cafe* RUNNING GEAR with Wooden Flare Box Caie RUNNING GEAR with Steel Flare Box J. D. DRIVE-ON HOIST OVERHEAD WAGON HOIST 300-fallon GAS BARREL and STAND Tox-O-Wick CATTLE OILER AIR COMPRESSOR Clipper FANNING MILL HYDRAULIC JACK WAGON JACK EXTENSION LADDER FORKS, HAND TOOLS and MUcellaneou. Item. 1.50Q Bale* Red Clover-Timothy HAY 1,000 Bate STRAW )S ip ;« &. HOUSEHOLD GOODS ROUND DINING ROOM TABLE LIBRARY TABLE . 2 BEDS BUFFET. CHAIRS WOOOEN.CUPBOARD , MoMllPiuh MOWER '"- TERMS: CASH or awke anantemenU with your banker befor* tbe aale. No property, to be nmored until aettled for. Not mipontible for.accidents abould anjri JOHN UFKES, owner DeVRIES BROTHERS, Auetioneen TITONKA SAVINGS BANK, Clerk Ask for an F-85 Farmhand demonstration "On Your Farm" :S 1 "A Supar$ii« Portable Feed Factory" • MORE ADVANTAGES • MORE PROFIT Wl 6-3601 OUT9TMOINB T«nd*m »'6" Ov«r-.ll H*ight St.nd«rd F«*d Roll* •' Ditch.rgt Au«*r length f 149 cv. Ft. Mixing T.nk Capacity • 24" Hammarmil) $j 99 f ittr Conc«ntrft« Hoppar Location § eiffhtrff Aiiftr Ditnitttr — 7" Algona Implement Co. 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