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October 18, 2016 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Yankton County Land AUCTIONS Thursday, Nov. 10 -- 10 a.m. Country Home, Acreages, Personal Property AUCTION Auction to be held at the site located from Irene, SD, 10 miles west on Highway 46 or from Highways 46-81 junction, 2 miles east Real Estate consists of 127 taxable acres of Walshtown Township farmland. FSA Shows 82.36 acres cropland ith a 44.63 acre corn base and a 85 bushel yield and a 26.87 bushel soybean base with a 25 bushel yield with the balance being pasture. Here is a well balanced tract with a good location, lots of potential for the livestock producer. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE1/4 except the N25.7 acres of the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 5-95-55, Yankton County, SD TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash sale with a 15% non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing. Title Insurance and closing service fees split 50-50 between buyer and sellers. 2016 Real Estate tax will be paid by sellers. Possession March 1, 2017. Announcements day of auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers and Girard Auction and Land Brokers are representing seller. Real Estate tax $1,802.30 James and Sanford Strunk, Owners Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Girard Auction & Land Brokers TR10 19 3C Wakonda, SD 605-267-2421 AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 29 -- 10 a.m. LOCATED: 41432 15th Street, Spring?eld, SD (1/4 mile west of Mike Durfee State Prison) REAL ESTATE WILL SELL FIRST Parcel 1 sells at 10 am. Parcel 2 will sell following personal property at its location. PARCEL 1: Real Estate consists of a 1640 sq ft 1 story 3 bedroom home with 1 car detached garage and storage building. This beautiful home features a full basement, propane heat, central air, new roof, paint and eaves, alum siding and 2 new decks. Built in 1962, this very clean well maintained home has a nice ?oor plan with a large kitchen, large master bedroom with full bath plus another full bath on main ?oor. Situated on 2.26 acres this property offers a super location, lots of privacy with the convenience of being close to town. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 4&5 in W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of 23-93-60 less the E18’ of Lot 5 Bon Homme Co SD. TERMS & CONDITIONS: $10,000 non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing. Title Insurance and closing service fees split 50-50 between buyer and seller. 2016 taxes prorated to closing. Possession upon receipt of ?nal payment. Announcements day of auction take precedence over printed material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing seller. Real Estate may be viewed by appointment. Call Glen Peterson 605-369-2638 or Cody Peterson 605-682-1652. PARCEL 2: Located from Spring?eld, SD 4 miles west on Highway 37 then 1 mile west on 312nd Street. This tract consists of 1.34 unimproved acres in Perkins, SD. TR A complete listing of personal property will appear at a later date. 10 12 2c Janice Schneider, Owner Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Real Estate may be viewed by appointment call Glen Peterson 605-369-2638 or Cody Peterson 605-682-1652 Connecting Agriculture: A Rewarding Time Of Year By Mike Jaspers South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture Along with the changing of the colors, bawling calves and matured crops mean harvest is here. It’s time to get the combine into the field, and for most farmers, that means driving large, slow moving equipment down our state, county and township roads. Farming is a dangerous profession and when equipment takes to the roadway, it gets even more dangerous for farmers and those with whom they share the road. At times it can be frustrating to travel in South Dakota during harvest time, but I would remind everyone that it’s all of our responsibility to ensure safety on the roads. Farm equipment should be equipped with “slow moving vehicle” signs, flashing lights or both to make them more visible. Please slow down when you see these warning signs. Often, the driver will pull to the side so you can safely go around or their destination might be just ahead. My fellow farmers and I need to be patient as well. Even though, we’re up against time and the weather, it’s important to wait for oncoming traffic to go by before pulling out onto the roadway. We have to stay aware of our surroundings at the farm and in the fields. That caution should extend to the roadways that we share with our friends and neighbors. The roadway isn’t the only place we need to stay alert and use caution. Having on-farm grain storage can help a farmer market grain when the price is best or to store grain for livestock feed. However, grain bins can also be a deadly hazard. It can take less than five seconds to become trapped in flowing grain and less than 30 seconds to become fully engulfed. As producers, we need to take precautions when working in grain bins. It’s important to never enter a bin alone or make sure that someone is outside to help if something should happen. To me, harvest is the most rewarding time of year. We can see the result of all the hard work that was put in during the previous months. Whether you’re a producer or a consumer of the crops we’re working to harvest, please join me in making sure this harvest isn’t remembered for tragedy, but for prosperity. Home and Contents at AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 22 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: 1416 N. Maple Street, Avon, SD 1 block east of Baptist Church REAL ESTATE SELLS FIRST - Real Estate consists of a 976 square foot 1 story, 2 bedroom home with 768 square foot basement, insulated 1 car attached garage and 1 car detached garage-shop. Situated on a 100x140 corner lot, this home offers vinyl siding, propane heat and central air. This one has had the utmost care and maintenance, ready to move into. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 15 and 16, Block 12, Janssans 3rd Addition. TERMS & CONDITIONS: $7,500 non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing. Title Insurance and closing service fees split 50-50 between buyer and seller. 2016 Real Estate taxes prorated to closing. Possession upon receipt of ?nal payment. Announcements day of auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing seller. LAND AUCTION 474.89 ACRES – CHOICE TILLABLE LAND IN PLAIN CENTER – HOWARD & CHOTEAU CREEK TOWNSHIPS, CHARLES MIX COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA This auction to be held at the American Legion Building in Wagner SD, located from Commercial State Bank on Main Street, go 1 Block West, ½ Block South THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10 • 10:00 AM All tracts offered at the Legion Building in Wagner SD TRACT # 1: 315.90 Acres (more or less) offered as Tract 1A: NE ¼ 158.98 Acres; Tract 1B: the SE ¼ 156.92 Acres or Tract 1: 315.90 Total Acres LOCATION: From Wagner SD, go 3 miles north NW on Hwy 50-281 or from Ravinia SD, go 4 east then 1 south on Hwy 50-281 (west side) or at the Jct of Hwy 50 and 294 St. This is a choice, level, high producing tract with lots of eye appeal and 305.84 acres tillable and the balance in old shelterbelt and road right of way. Agri Data Surety states this tract has a “weighted productivity rating” of 86.2 - “powerful crop soils.” In soybeans for 2016. Taxes are $2185.94 and $2,080.42. LEGAL: E ½ of Section 24-96-64 less substation and road right of way in Plain Center Township TRACT # 2: 80 Acres (more or less) LOCATION: From Tract # 1, go 6 north on Hwy 281, then 2 west on 288 Street, then ½ north on 390 Ave (east side) or from Jct of 288 St and 390 Ave, go ½ north. This is an outstanding level tract with 78.72 tillable acres that has a productivity rating of 87.7 and also has great eye appeal and great production capabilities. Current taxes are $1136.58. All in corn for 2016 crop year. LEGAL: S ½ NW ¼ of Section 14-97-64 in Howard Township TRACT # 3: 78.99 Acres (more or less) LOCATION: From Wagner SD, go 6 miles east on Hwy 46, then 4 north on 401 Ave (Delmont Oil Road) east side; or at the Jct of 293 St and 401 Ave This is a gently rolling tract with 70.02 acres being farmed and the balance in hay – trees – waterway and has a productivity rating of 72.2. All in corn in 2016. Current taxes are $1209.60. LEGAL: NW ¼ of SW ¼ and SW ¼ of SW ¼ less LR7 in Section 10-96-62, Choteau Creek Township NOTE: This land has been in the Hughes family since the 1950’s – 1960’s and now because of Mary’s passing – will be sold. This is some of the best crop land in Charles Mix County for either farmer or investor. We invite you to come inspect! Call our office for a buyer’s packet or visit www.wiemanauction.com TERMS: Cash sale with 10% down payment on each tract on sale day and the balance on or before December 28, 2016. Owner’s Title Insurance to be used (cost split equally to buyer and seller). Good title to be given by Trustee’s Deed. The seller to pay the 2015 taxes due in 2016. The buyer to pay the 2016 taxes due in 2017 and has possession to farm these land tracts for 2017 crop year. Sold subject to the Trustee’s confirmation. Sold with no buyer contingencies. Come prepared to buy! Wieman Land & Auction Co. is working for the seller in this transaction. MARY G. HUGHES TRUST, OWNER Larry Hughes – Trustee, Vienna VA Wieman Land & Auction Co. Inc. Gary & Rich Wieman, Brokers Kevin, Mike, Derek Wieman & Ron Leitheiser, Assoc. Brokers 605-925-7745 • 800-251-3111 Marion SD www.wiemanauction.com Dale L. Strasser, Closing Agent PERSONAL PROPERTY HOUSEHOLD: Large upright freezer, near new; 2 refrigerators; Amana glass top range; Maytag auto washer and dryer; Maytag dishwasher; Dining table and chairs; Buffet; Recliner; Glider rockers; Love seat; Oak desk; 4 oak bar stools; Oak entertainment center made by Leo Kocmich; 3 pc. bedroom set; Double bed; Chest of drawers; Night stands; File; Keep safe; Ventless propane ?replace; Folding table and chairs; Kirby vac-shampooer; Cookbooks; Games; Holiday decor; Tupperware; Pots; Pans; Cookware; Small electric appliances; Coolers; Plus much more. OUTDOOR - SHOP - MISCELLANEOUS: JD 116 42” hydro rider, bagger, recent 17 1/2 hp engine; Router and table; Table saw; Miter saw; Scroll saw; Disc sanders; Drill press; Circular saws; Wood clamps; Sander; Electric and rechargeable power tools; Battery charger; Shop vac; Socket and wrench sets; Miscellaneous hand tools; Electric pole saw; Trimmers; Alum. extension ladder; Stepladder; Lawn and garden tools and supplies; Large wood swing set; Lawn windmill; Cement deer; Lawn ornaments; Patio furniture; Lawn chairs; Gas grill; Fishing equipment; Bike. COLLECTIBLES: 120 base accordion; Coronet; Sheet music; Large trunk; Cuckoo clock; Collectible glass. Mrs. Leo (Irene) Kocmich, Owner Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD For more information on real estate call Glen Peterson, 605-369-2638 TERMS: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents Lunch served by Avon Kids Club Single Story 2 Bedroom Home Thursday, November 10th 5:00 PM Located: 1300 Whiting Street, Yankton, SD OPEN HOUSES: Sunday, Oct. 23rd, 5-6pm and Thursday, Oct. 27, 5-6pm Legal: Lot 22, Dakota National Subdivision, City of Yankton, Yankton County, SD. Taxes are $847.74. This home has 842 sq ft on the main level with kitchen and appliances, living room, 2 bedrooms and a full bath. There is a 3/4 basement, partially finished. Home has natural gas furnace and central air conditioning. This home has new vinyl siding and asphalt shingles. New electrical box in 2015. There is a single unattached garage. All the outside work has been done with new siding and roof. Perfect home for a couple or as a rental property. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment due day of auction with the balance due at closing on Dec. 12, 2016. Taxes prorated to day of closing. Possession on closing. Title insurance and closing costs split 50/50 between buyer and seller. Yankton Title Co is the closing agent. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. Joyce Lundquist Revocable Living Trust Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE; Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, Auctioneer FamilyFriendly Tips to Transform Your Home this Season (StatePoint) Transition your interior décor when temperatures drop -- it’s a great time to tap into your creativity and make a statement. Here are some ideas -big and small -- to freshen up your home this season. Play with Colors When the weather is cool, think rich colors like plum, navy and amber. Bringing in a unique color palette will inspire you to make other changes as well, from painting a fireplace to adding an accent wall to incorporating a tile backsplash. Make-Over a Room Make your home cozier by installing a soft, but durable carpet. Just remember to consider your household dynamics when making a selection. “Those with pets or children will want to keep in mind that spills and stains can be a common occurrence and select a family-friendly carpet,” says Jennifer Bertrand, Designer for Flooring America and Flooring Canada. Make life easier with material designed to release pet hair and reduce pet stains. For example, the Stainmaster PetProtect Carpet and Cushion system is designed with pets in mind and is extremely durable to withstand the activity of a busy family with pets. More information can be found at FlooringAmerica. com. Pillows Have fun turning vintage wool blankets into pillows. Or if you just want to purchase items, seek out plaid patterns or materials that are full of textures and heavier weights. If you have pets, be wary of knit pillows, as animal hair can get stuck in the material. Look for tight weave fabric to fit into your lifestyle. Capture Some Art Update your framed photos around the house. If you have children, let them get creative and contribute to the overall design. Give them the phone or tablet and let them capture what the season means to them: nature, family, friends or whatever! Paint Together Change your front door color. Have fun with colors like spice amber, plum, navy, black, or whatever color makes your heart happy. Or paint a piece of furniture with a lacquer paint to add a high sheen and a fun splash of color. Cooler weather means cozier interiors. Take steps to change your décor to suit the changing weather.
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