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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com July 30, 2019 • Page 7 It’s Important For South Dakotans To Return SBA Application PIERRE, S.D. – Some South Dakotans who apply for disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency may be referred to the U.S. Small Business Administration and asked to fill out a low-interest disaster loan application. It is important to complete the SBA disaster loan application prior to the deadline. Next to insurance, an SBA low-interest disaster loan is the primary source of funds for real estate property repairs and for replacing contents destroyed in a disaster. Many survivors who register with FEMA are referred to the SBA. If SBA determines they are eligible for a loan, survivors don’t have to accept it; in some cases completing the loan application may lead to additional grants from FEMA. The deadline for homeowners and renters to apply for disaster loans is Aug. 6. The following counties and reservations are designated for FEMA Individual Assistance and eligible for SBA disaster loans: Bennett, Bon Homme, Charles Mix, Dewey, Hutchinson, Jackson, Mellette, Minnehaha, Oglala Lakota, Todd, Turner, Yankton, Ziebach counties; Pine Ridge Reservation; Rosebud Reservation; Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation. The deadline for businesses to apply for economic injury loans to their businesses is March 9, 2020. SBA specialists are available to assist business owners and residents at Disaster Recovery Centers. Apply online using SBA’s secure website at https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela. For more information, applicants may contact SBA’s Disaster Assistance Customer Service Center at 800-659-2955. TTY users may also call 800-877-8339. Applicants may also email DisasterCustomerService@sba.gov or visit SBA at www.SBA.gov/disaster. Homeowners can borrow up to $200,000 for primary residence structural repairs or rebuilding. Homeowners and renters may be able to borrow up to $40,000 to replace personal property including automobiles damaged or destroyed in the disaster. Businesses of any size may borrow up to $2 million to repair/replace disaster property damage. Small businesses and most private nonprofit organizations may also borrow to help meet disaster caused working capital needs. The $2 million maximum applies to the combination of property damage and working capital loans. AUCTIONS Essential Health Benefits Benchmark Design Changes Approved For Plan Year 2021 PIERRE, S.D. – State Division of Insurance Director Larry Deiter announced the proposed Essential Health Benefits (EHB) benchmark 15th Annual PRIMITIVES - COLLECTIBLES & ADV. design for plan year 2021 has been approved by the Saturday, August 3, 2019 Centers for Medicare and Skylon Ballroom - Hartington, NE - 320 S. Robinson St. Medicaid/Consumer InformaAUCTION Starts @ 9:30 AM Lunch Available tion and Insurance Oversight AUCTIONEERS NOTE: It is a pleasure to welcome you to our 15th Annual (CMS/CCIIO). Primitive & Advertising Auction. Thank you to our wonderful consignors who have brought a fantastic offering for this annual auction. This is a large auction The Affordable Care Act with many more items to be sold that are not included in this listing. Come (ACA) requires a designated prepared to buy as we will be offering a huge number of items at this fun & interesting event. We will also be selling choice from display cases and from EHB benchmark plan for All items must be removed the day of the auction. each state. This plan design lines outside the ballroom.We will be running two rings at times throughout the Bring your trailers to haul. day, so please plan accordingly to cover both rings. Visit our web site www. acts as a baseline for all ACA-compliant individual or CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for many photos of this auction. small group health coverage ADVERTISING SIGNS: Council Oak Store – Porcelain Advertising Sign. Large Pillsbury Flour Sign. Budweiser Clydesdale Parade Rotating Carousel offered in the state. Light. Lighted Neon Signs including: Lite Beer, Bud Light, Old Milwaukee, (2) Quaker State Motor Oil “Beginning in 2021, health Matilda Bay.Coors Hanging Light. Large Signs. Bear Wheel Alinement Neon Sign. - Continental Tires – Still in insurance plans in the indi- Original Case. “Stop- School Sign”. NFO Sign, Firestone, Trojan Seeds, vidual and small group ACA Asgrow Seed, & Producers Hybrids, Kent Feeds Signs. Glidden Products Sign, Coop Feed Sign, Cedar Valley Coop Sign. Cast Iron P & H Service market in South Dakota must Sign. Falstaff Plastic Sign. Advertising Clocks: BP Feeds, Pioneer Seeds, include a minimum coverage Mountain Dew, Pepsi & Storz & Schlitz. COLLECTIBLES: DE Laval Cream Separator Cabinet. Wooden Boat Shelving Unit. (2) Vintage Vendo Coke requirement in their plan Machines. Ideal Chest Type Pepsi Machine. (3) Table Top Display Cases. design for applied behavior (2) Floor Model Display Cases. (22) Metal Lockers. # 313 Brass Cash Register. Brass National Cash Register Model # 336. Primitive Wooden analysis therapy for the Washing Machine. Early Blatz – “Old Heidenberg” Beer Tray. Vornado Fan. treatment of autism spectrum (2) Cupulo. Lindsay Bros. Co. Wooden Beam Walking Plow. Several Wire Baskets, (2) Small Stain Glass Windows. Comic Book Revolving Stand. disorder,” said Deiter. Metal Industrial Drawer Unit. John Deere Planter Boxes. Vintage Radios South Dakota proposed including: Atwater Kent 55 Floor Model, Screen Grind Radio, & Zenith Radios & More. Early Zenith TV. Champion Pedal Car. Structo Artcraft the change after updated Loom. Dad’s Oat Meal Cookie Glass Counter Jars. Mt. Vernon Tea Box federal regulations allowed – Waterloo, IA. Pntnam Dyes Cabinet. Bordens Milk Box. Ornamental Curtain Fixtures – James Boyle Mfg. - Country Store Counter Display. states greater flexibility in Delco Wooden Shipping Boxes. Wooden Ammo Boxes & Paper Shell determining the benchmark Boxes. Enamelware, Tramp Art Frame, Brass Grain Scale, Snow Shoes. plan design. The state’s cur- (2) Nice Saddles – Including (1) Big Horn Saddle. BOSS Bull Windmill Forward rent benchmark has been in Weight. Ice CreamCoaster Wagon. Buffalo, Pig & Horse Weather Veins. Child’s Set. Primitive Goat Cart. Oxen Yoke. Outdoor Wood Windmill. Wood Windmill Fan Blade. 7up Cooler. Oak Wall Phone & Oak place since 2014. Candle Stick Phone. Arcade Glass Coffee Grinder. Hamilton Beach Malt The application process Machine. Ford Gum Ball Machine. Flat Industrial Warehouse Cart. Metal included the completion Chicken Nest. Wooden Shutters, Vintage White Picket Fence. Cowhide Sleigh Blanket. Daisy Carrier (Butter/Cheese/Pie). ANTIQUE FURNITURE: of actuarial analysis of the Oak 2 Door Ice Box, Raided Panel Doors-Porcelain Lined. Walnut Square current benchmark and the Nailed Hand Doved Carved Wardrobe. “L” Shaped Oak Showcase 6’ x 6’. Ginn 5 Section Stackable Bookcase. Steel Standup/Foreman’s Desk. impact of a change in plan Arts & Crafts Oak Sideboard-Stained Green Glass. Commode. Highboy design, a public comment Dresser. Bear Bench. Oak High Chair. 3-Legged Butcher Block. Walnut lift Top Captains Desk. Mission Oak Church Side Chairs. Porcelain period and submission of Top Steel Kitchen Table. 42” Round Old Hickory Pub Table. Vanity all documents to CMS/CCIIO Benches, Dressers, Plus other Paintable Furniture. STONEWARE: 5 Gal. Western Pottery Blue & White “Ice Water” Cooler. 3 Gal. Western Churn. for review and final federal 2 Gal. Redwing Churn. Redwing 2- & 3-Gallon Open Crocks. Chicken approval. Waterers, Stoneware Preserves Jar, & Other Items. GAS PUMPS & GAS & AUCTION OIL COLLECTIBLES: Gilbert & Barker Co. Visible Gas Pump. Bennett 646 Gas Pump. Red Crown Globe for Gas Pump. Walker Muffler Sign. Echlin Parts Cabinets. Vintage Atlas Battery Service Charger. Willard Battery Rack – Advertising Mount. Several JDD-5 Gallon Cans. Worthmore Motor Oil Tins. TOYS & FARM RELATED LITERATURE: (Selling from a 2nd Ring Toys, & Related items). Assorted Offering of Farm Toys, Ture Scale Baler, Tonka Toys, Vintage Fisher Price Toys, Toy Trucks, Construction Toys, Tonka Toys, Cast Iron Toys & Other Related Toys to be Sold-Including some needing restoration. Asst. of Farm Literature & Related Advertising Items. ***Great offering of enamelware including blue & white, green & white, brown & white & gray – Many Pieces *** *** Plus, many more great items to be sold! Lots of items – Inside & Outside*** The right job is just one click away. www.missourivalleyshopper.com In Print and Online! Call 665-5884 Terms: Cash or Bankable Check. Not Responsible For Accidents or Theft. For Complete Listing & Photos Visit Our Web Site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. Hartington, NE — RYAN CREAMER 402.254.9753 ALTON HEIMES 402.254.3315 ROGER JANSSEN: 402.388.4409 Huge Collection of IHC at AUCTION Saturday, Aug. 3 -- 9:30 a.m. LOCATED: 406 N. Main, Wagner, SD The late Romaine Kocer was the IHC dealer in Wagner, SD from 1961 to 1985. In that time and in his retirement he accumulated a wide variety and huge quantity of IHC tractors, implements and parts. IHC collectors don’t miss this life time collection of nearly 100% vintage IHC items. WE WILL STARTING WITH IRON AT 9:30 A.M. A complete listing of items appeared in last week’s issue ROMAINE KOCER ESTATE Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD For more information contact Peterson Auctioneers 605-369-2638 or Bill Kocer, PR, 209-324-6693 Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID Not Responsible for Accidents FARM AUCTION Tuesday, Aug. 6 -- 10 a.m. LOCATED: 41177 314th Street, Spring?eld, SD 4 miles west of Spring?eld or from Standing Bear Bridge 4 miles north and 1 3/4 miles east TRACTORS: J.D. 4850, MFD, 15 spd. power shift, triple hyd. 20.8x38 axle mt. duals, SN: 013658; J.D. 4630, 2 hyd. quad, 20.8x38 rubber, 7400 hrs., SN: 014979; J.D. 4430 w/ J.D. 58 loader, quad, tiple hyd. 18.4x38 rubber TRUCK, GRAIN TRAILER, VEHICLE: 1995 Freightliner FLD 120, 3406 E CAT engine, super 10 spd., 900k, recent overhaul, ?at tip sleeper; 1993 Tempte 42’ grain trailer, 72” sides; 68 Chevy 2 dr. hardtop w/ 327, parts; 1990 Chevy 4x4 pickup; Ford ?athead motors & parts; many vehicles for scrap. PLANTING AND TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: J.D. 635 rock ?ex disc, 21’, new bearings and blades; J.D. 7100, 10 R.W. hyd. fold planter; J.D. 7000, 10 R.W. front fold planter; Heston 25’ rock ?ex disc; J.D. 12 row tool bar; J.D. 5, and 6 bottom pull type plows; 7 section hyd. fold drag; A.C. 24’ pull type ?eld cultivator; IH 55, 14’ mounted chisel; IH 55, 14’ pull type chisel; J.D. RM 4 row 3pt. cultivator; 3 bottom CIH plow; 8 row Danish tine 3 pt. ?eld cultivator; pull type sprayer w/hyd. pump; Ford 4 bottom plow HARVEST AND HAY EQUIPMENT: A.C. Gleaner L3, M3, and M combines; 6 R.N. corn head; 2- 5 R.W. corn heads; 4 R.W. corn head; J.D. 5 R.W. corn head / bish adap.; Gleaner 16’ and 20’ bean heads; J.D. 240, 14’ swing tongue windrower, 1000 rpm; CIH 8480 big round baler; Heston 2000-150 cutter, 2 & 3 R.W. heads; MY-D-HAND-Y 8”x60’ auger; Heston Stack Hand 30A; 250 bushel g.f wagon w/ drill ?ll; J&M 400 bushel gravity ?ow, 13 ton gear; 6’ brush mower; several Roorda boxes; 2 rake hitch; Farmhand feeder wagon; 3 pt bale spears and forks MISCELLANEOUS: Chief 12000 bushel grain bin w/aeration and heat element; MY-D-HAN-D head gate; new For-Most A-25 self catch head gate; 1400 gal poly tank; 600 gal. propane tank; 2 -- 500 gal. fuel tanks w/elec. pumps; set of 18.4x38 axle mt. duals; clamp on duals; gas transfer pumps; propane tank heater; miscellaneous gates; arc welders; wire winder; various tires and rims; cattle oiler; rough feeder on gear; miscellaneous fencing supplies; many items for scrap CONSIGNED ITEMS: J.D. 630 w/J.D. W.F; Ford 601 tractor; Ford 2 bottom mt. plow Harold Ludens and Ivan Ludens Estate Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Not Responsible for Accidents Machinery Consignment AUCTION Friday, Aug. 9 -- 10 a.m. LOCATED: Farmers Coop Farm & Ranch Supply, 40609 SD Hwy 50, Avon, SD TRUCK, GRAIN & LIVESTOCK TRAILERS: 2006 Peterbilt 379, Cat 500 hp, 18 spd, 48” ?at top, lift tag, 566,000 miles, sharp; 2013 Tempte Super Hopper 52’ triple axle grain trailer; 2015 Wilson PaceSetter 42’ grain trailer; 1990 Merritt 48’ pot trailer; 2006 PaceSetter 7x20 alum. gooseneck stock trailer, rubber ?oor; 2007 Featherlite 7x20 steel gooseneck stock trailer; Phillip 7x27 steel gooseneck stock trailer; 6x18 gooseneck stock trailer. SKIDLOADER, TRACTORS: 2011 Bobcat 750 skidloader, 2 spd; C-AH, power quick tach, 1,750 hours; 1984 C-IH 2394, duals, 7,175 hours; Case 2290; 2 Case 2090s; MF 2675 C-A-H, recent overhaul; Farmall M, 12V and Dual 345 loader; Farmall H, wf, ps and Dual 250 loader. A consignment of new Stout skid steer attachments HARVEST, PLANTING & TILLAGE: Farm King 16”x104’ auger, completely rebuilt; Harvest International 13”x105’ auger; Blue Jet AT 3000 1,000 gal. 16 row liquid nitrogen injector, less than 5,000 acres; Norwood S5290 seed tender; C-IH 3950 26’ rock ?ex disc and harrow; Land All 2630 26’ rock ?ex disc and harrow; C-IH 4800 24’ ?eld cultivator and harrow; White 271 19’ disc; JD 100 16’ 3 pt. chisel; IHC 11 7-shank 3 pt. V ripper; C-IH 1830 and 183 8RW cultivators; Noble 7 section drag and hyd. cart; JD 444 corn heads; JD 220 and 216 ?ex heads; Several gravity ?ow wagons of various sizes; Barge and ?are box wagons; Century 300 gal. 38’ 3 pt. sprayer; 250 gal. pt sprayer; JD 400 rotary hoe; Feterl 8x60 auger; 6x25 auger and motor; Big John mistblower with gas engine and controller; JD running gears; 40 semi trailer w/2 poly tanks and Honda transfer pump; Donahue planter tailer. SILAGE & HAYING EQUIPMENT: NH 900 3RN silage cutter; Hesston 7165 2RW cutter and hay head; Richardton 12’ and 14’ dump wagons; JD 716A silage wagon; JD 535 baler, new belts; IHC 8465 baler; C-IH 8380 16’ swing tongue w/reverser; C-IH 8370 14’ swing tongue; NH 1475 16’ swing tongue; JD 1600 16’; C-IH 1100 9’ p.t. mower; Miller Pro 10 wheel V rake; JD 896 rake; Farmhand 11’x27’ stackmover and hydra fork; SS bale accumulator; 8’x18’ hay rack and gear; Bushhog SQ72 7’ offset rotary mower; 3 pt. tree mower; MDS 4 tine bale fork. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: Henke 2240 quick mixer feeder wagon; Several Apache and L&H creep feeders; Vern’s 9’ cattle tub w/20’ alley; 10’ cattle tub w/10’ alley; Pierson working chute; Behlen 10’x10’ calving pen; Squeeze chute and head gate; 3 -- 20’ steel common sense bunks; 20 -- 20’ common sense cont. fence panels; 14’ 7 bar Daniels portable panels; 20’ free standing panels; 8 -- 10’ concrete fence line feed bunks; Calf and sheep bunks; Big bale feeders; 2 Johnson 12’ concrete cattle waterers; Tire tanks; 2 steel portable loading chutes; Sioux mineral feeders; UTV mounted calf catcher; Gates; Panels; Posts; Fencing supplies; Pax hog feeder. VEHICLES, MOTORCYCLE, ATVs, BOAT, ENCLOSED TRAILER: 2008 CamAm Spyder Rotax 990, 8,900 miles; 2006 Ford F250 XLT, 6.0 diesel, 4x4, reg. cab, long box, 123,000 miles; 2000 Ford F250, 7.3 diesel, 4x4, 4 door, short box; 2000 Dodge Ram 1500, V8, 2WD, ext. cab, short box, 85,000 miles; 1996 GMC diesel 4x4, 3/4 ton, ext. cab, long box; 1995 Geo Tracker 4x4 w/mt. calf catcher; 1988 Chevy 3500 dually faltbed 2WD, 454, 4 spd.; 1998 Chevy Monte Carlo 2 dr. hardtop, 88,000 miles, nice; 1976 Chrysler Cordoba 2 dr. hardtop, 400 4bbl, dual exhaust; 1986 Ford Ranger 4x4, ext. cab; 1983 Chevy cube van; 2008 DCT 22’ enclosed trailer; 5x8 enclosed trailer; 1986 Lund 24’ pontoon boat, 80 hp ob; 1998 Honda Rancher; Kawaski Mule. MISCELLANEOUS: New 5x8 2-wheel trailer; Dixon ZTR 4423 mower; Gas golf cart; Large sandblaster, complete; Air tire machine; 30.5x32 and 18.4x36 tires; Various other tires; Cargo van tool box set; 2 -- 220 V electric winch motors and winches; Platform scale; Tools; Plus much more. TREES (sell at 10 a.m.): Approximately 60 Black Hills Spruce and Colorado Blue Spruce from 1 gal to 3’ also white pine, purple lilac, black walnut, burr and red oak. Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Lunch served by Avon Kids Club with matching fund from Modern Woodmen TERMS: Cash or personal check accompained by photo ID NO DEBIT OR CREDIT CARDS Not Responsible for Accidents
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