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July 9, 2019 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Still searching for that dream job? Find it in the classifieds! MV Shopper MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y In Print and Online! Visit www.missourivalleyshopper.com or call 665-5884 M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y AUCTIONS AUCTION Household and Collectibles Thursday, July 11 -- 5 p.m. Expanded Hours, Bands, Entertainment Set For 2019 South Dakota Chislic Festival FREEMAN — Brighter days are ahead in rainy South Dakota, and with warmth on the horizon, the Chislic Festival season in South Dakota is fast approaching. This year’s Festival will feature an expanded schedLOCATED: 304 Fairway, Yankton, SD ule, running from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. on July 27 at Freeman’s 1/2 block west of Hillcrest golf course clubhouse Prairie Arboretum. Complementing the expanded hours, See last week’s issue for a complete listing of items live entertainment will begin at noon and will continue throughout the run of the Festival. Headlining for the 2019 Festival will be South Dakota favorite and South Dakota Rock and Roll Music Association Hall of Fame’s Peterson Auctioneers TERMS: Cash Glen Peterson, RE #234 2018 Inductee Mogen’s Heroes. They will be preceded Not Responsible www.petersonauctioneers.com by a performance from the eclectic, talented act of Rock Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD for Accidents Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Garden Tour, and local favorite Kings of Oblivion will get the afternoon music kicked off. “We couldn’t be more excited to have Mogen’s Heroes as the headliner for the 2019 Festival,” says founder and Executive Director Joshua Hofer, “Their music has been entertaining our region for the past 40 years and they, along LOCATED: 1200 Ivy Street, Tyndall, SD with Rock Garden Tour from Shady Rest Motel, 2 blocks west and 2 blocks south and Kings of Oblivion, will JUDITH REIN ESTATE Home and Personal Property AUCTION Tuesday, July 23 -- 5 p.m. REAL ESTATE SELLS FIRST REAL ESTATE consists of a 2 story home with 980 square feet of living space on main ?oor, a 20x40 detached garage, propane furnace, central air and recent shingles. Located on a 90x142 corner lot. This would make a good starter or rental property. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: S 40’ of Lot 5 and all of Lot 6, Block 1, City of Tyndall. TERMS & CONDITIONS: $2,500 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. 2019 Real Estate taxes will be prorated to closing. Possession upon receipt of ?nal payment. Announcements day of auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing the sellers. A complete listing of personal property will be printed in a later issue. Bonnie Hoerth, 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 605-464-1141 Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID Not Responsible for Accidents Real Estate and Personal Property AUCTION Saturday, July 13 -- 10 a.m. LOCATED: 154 N. Hakl Street, Tabor, SD REAL ESTATE SELLS FIRST REAL ESTATE: Up for auction in Tabor, SD is a beautiful 1 ½ story, 1605 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with attached single car garage. This home has had several updates including an addition and two decks all done in 2010. This real estate sits on a corner lot, newer roof, vinyl siding, newer windows and two additional garden sheds. This is an excellent opportunity to enjoy small town living while being a mere 15 minutes from Yankton, SD. This single family home sits in a nice neighborhood within walking distance of the baseball ?eld, churches and Main Street Tabor. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: ORIG-N54’ of Lot 4 Block 2 City of Tabor, Bon Homme County SD. TERMS: $10,000 non refundable down payment due the day of the auction with the balance due at closing which will be on or before the 13th of August 2019. Title Insurance and closing service fees will be split 50/50 between buyer and seller. 2019 R.E. taxes will be prorated through the date of closing. Announcements day of the auction will take precedence over any promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers is representing the sellers. For more information or for a private showing of the home call Cody Peterson at 605-682-1652 PERSONAL PROPERTY CAMPER: 1999 Rockwood Freedom, pop-up camer FIREARMS: 2 Marlin model 60 .22 autos; Savage Axix, B.A. 30-06 w/scope, un?red; Mossberg model 8100, B.A. 270 w/scope; Ithica model 49 L.A. .22 s.s.; Hamilton #2 .22 short, s.s.; Winchester 1897 12 ga. pump; J.C. Higgins model 5831, B.A. repeater; Coast to Coast 12 ga. Pump; Stirling 12 ga. Dbbl hammer gun; Winchester model 190 .22 auto; misc ammo and shell boxes TOYS & COLLECTIBLES: 1/8 scale 1939 JD Model B, nib; Precision Farmall 706, 1/16 scale, nib; Farmall 460, 1/16 scale, nib; Shell oil truck; several 1/18 scale cars, nib; Structo livestock trailer; miscellaneous advertising including J.D. several antique operators and parts manuals; miscellaneous metal Tonka toys; tin seats LAWN, GARDEN AND SHOP: Craftsman 6.5 h.p., 17” rear tine tiller; Pulsar 2000W generator, nib; Agri-Fab utility cart; Lincoln arc welder; Craftsman tool chest; portable table saw; green house; screen house; shop vac; thatcher; cordless and electric power tools; step ladders; work benches; battery chargers; 2 wheel carts; hose and reel; steel fence posts; misc hand tools; smoker; ?re pit; lawn furniture and ornaments; shop vac; coolers plus much more. FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD, MISCELLANEOUS: Kenmore refrigerator; Kenmore upright freezer; 4 p.c. oak sofa table and end table set; grandmother clock; queen bed; chests of drawers; night stands; sofa table; book cases; various stands; corner ent. center; dressers; full size bed; various cabinets and shelves; of?ce chair; cook books; canning supplies; Tupperware; misc small appliances; small appliances; wall and holiday décor; window AC units; pots and pans; folding tables; cookware and many other household and misc items yet to be uncovered. OTHER CONSIGNED ITEMS: Wooden of?ce desk; Coca Cola items; Precious Moments; several cookbooks; Disney glasses; pots, pans, and cookware; glass dishes; silverware and utensils; bedding and towels; puzzles and books; cigar boxes; old tins; crafting items, patterns, yarn, and canvas; plus several other items. James “Jim” and Jolene Merkwan, Owners Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID Not Responsible for Accidents be a great fit for our family-friendly festival that will have fun and entertainment for all ages.” Beyond music, both returning and new entertainment options will be available. Returning will be the popular Children’s Area, sponsored by Freeman Public Schools. The area will feature games, bouncy houses, and other entertainment for youth. New to this year will be entertainment provided by Sioux Falls-based Thunder Road, including laser tag and more. New to this year will be a “Mutton Run” — competitive 10K and 5K races hosted by the Salem Mennonite Home, followed by a more laid-back 1-mile run/walk. Prizes, sign-up details, and schedule for both tournaments are all available on the Festival page at www. sdchislicfestival.com. Finally, the festival’s judged chislic competition will return, featuring the region’s top chislic makers battling it out for bragging rights of the best makers of South Dakota’s official State Nosh. This year’s chislic vendors at the Festival will compete in two categories, “Classic Sheep” and “New Age Nosh.” Winners of each competition will receive $250 and a custom-designed trophy. Lawn, Garden and Household AUCTION Thursday, July 18 -- 5 p.m. LOCATED: 4306 Herman’s Loop, Yankton, SD LAWN - GARDEN: John Deere Z42 EZ Trak zero turn riding mower, 48” cut, 23 h.p., bagger, 141 hrs; John Deere TRS 27 snow blower w/cover; Troy Bilt Pony rear tine tiller; garden tiller; Troy Bilt trimmer; wheel barrow; seeder; ext. ladder; hose and reel; air compressor; misc. hand tools; elec. chain saw; ?oor jack; cordless and electric trimmer; bench grinder; vice; FIREARM: Remington Sportmaster model 512 B.A. .22 FURNITURE - APPLIANCES - HOUSEHOLD: GE upright freezer, FUM21; GE washer and dryer; GE shop refrigerator; lighted hutch; cedar chest; glider rocker; 4 pc. bedroom set; recliners; hidea-bed sofa; table and chairs; picnic table; mantle clock; Edenpure heater; Singer sewing machine; sewing supplies; drop leaf table; lamps; picnic table; misc. cabinets and shelves; card tables and folding chairs; end tables; stereo; VCR; statues; ?gurines; misc. decorative glass; knick-knaks; misc. pots, pans, and cookware; steel sink cabinet; luggage, bedding, canning supplies; games and puzzles; carpet cleaner; kerosene lamp; dehumidi?er; plus many more items yet to be discovered. Raymond Pravecek, Owner Peterson Auctioneers TERMS: Cash www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Not Responsible for Accidents Glen Peterson, RE #234 Hay Country Jamboree In Gayville July 13 GAYVILLE — Gayville Hall presents its monthly musical variety show, “The Hay Country Jamboree,” at 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 13, in Gayville. An eclectic line-up of Jamboree all-stars will include banjo player and funnyman Dan Kilbride, East of Westreville singer-and-guitarist Boyd Bristow, the guitaristand-singer of old-time tunes, Nick Schwebach, fiddler extraordinaire Owen DeJong, and the great Yankton guitarand-vocal duo, Mike Hilson and Jay Gilbertson. Jamborees always feature three-or-more musical acts on stage together trading oldtime popular tunes, country, bluegrass, folk, and humor by turn. The fast-paced shows include a short intermission midway and are presented in an alcohol-free, family-friendly setting. Gayville Hall is at 502 Washington Street in Gayville. Call (605) 267-2859 for ticket information. AUCTION Wednesday, July 17 -- 4 p.m. LOCATED: 901 9th Street, Spring?eld, SD one block north of Doug’s Food Center MOTORCYCLE: 2009 Yamaha Star 650 motorcycle, 1170 miles. MOWER - TOOLS - MISCELLANEOUS: J.D. Sabre 14.5 h.p. 42” riding mower; 2 new 300W generators; many new tools including Craftsman tool box and tools; new gear wrenches; wrench and tool sets; tool organizer; air hose and more; WEN elec. chain saw pole trimmer; 18V drill; battery charger; shop vac; leaf blower; hose and reel; lawn and garden tools; ladders; live trap; life vests; metal detector; new motorcycle jacket; many new gloves Antique oak S roll top desk OFFICE - HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES: Computer desks; of?ce chairs; several ?le cabinets; paper shredders; new Canon scanners; computer items; book cases; shelves; metal shelves; tables; chairs; TVs; energy ef?cient elec. heater; dehumidi?er; fans; lamps; new lights; roll away bed; luggage; pictures & frames; plus many more misc. kitchen and household items PAUL BOSCHMA, OWNER CONSIGNED ITEMS: Kenmore auto. washer and dryer; 3 pc. bedroom set; bed; dressers; chest of drawers; wardrobe; shelves; cabinets; stands; recliner sofa; desk; ?les; kitchen table; folding table and chairs; bedding; blankets; fancy work; trunks; fans; coolers; elec. appliances; Pyrex; cookware Sporting Goods, Tools: Old canvas goose decoy; shell decoys; duck & goose decoys; ?shing equip.; Paci?c 266 reloader; reloading accessories; camping supplies; air compressor; ¾” socket set; miscellaneous hand tools; electric power tools; old tools including forge tools, planes, saws, hand tools, dehorner, etc. plus more Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents
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