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August 11, 2015 • Page 12 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com It’s August: Riverboat Days 2015 Is Nearly Here! August Climate Update BY KATIE GREENE RBD Secretary Before becoming the secretary for Riverboat Days, I had been to many of them and spent time with friends. I also volunteered and worked in the ticket trailer on both Friday and Saturday nights. I thought I knew a lot about Riverboat Days. I was wrong. I have to say, my last seven years have been a tremendous learning experience. Not only about the day to day operations of a festival this size, but about how much work and money it takes to have a successful weekend. As secretary, I take many calls from organizations who would like to fundraise during Riverboat Days. The Board of Directors really does an amazing job of squeezing in as many non-profit organizations as they can. As you spend time in Riverside Park, I encourage you to take a look around and see for yourself all the groups that take part in Riverboat Days and help to make it the wonderful event that it is. One of the first events that will take place Saturday, August 22, at 9:30 a.m. is the Riverboat Days parade. Our parade is the one event that is all about our theme: “Red, White, & Blue … We Salute You!” We are so proud to announce Don and Marlys List as our parade marshals for 2015. Don and Marlys List have been married for almost 60 years, during which, Don served almost 42 years in the South Dakota National Guard. He was activated twice in his career, once for the Korean conflict and the second time for the Berlin crisis. Both Don and Marlys are active in the VFW and the American Legion. Don is captain of the VFW honor guard and Marlys devotes time to the Ladies Legion Auxiliary and the VFW Auxiliary. Thank you both for your dedication and service. It is a complete honor to have you start off our parade this year. The Riverboat Days Board of Directors feels like we cannot thank the parade committee enough for taking care of this event and making it seem so easy! There are many people on that committee, but Wayne and Jolene Williamson are the cochairs who get things rolling! Yankton Area Arts is once again preparing for another fabulous year with the Summer Arts Festival part of Riverboat Days. Booths have the option of opening up on Friday, Aug. 21, at 6 p.m. All booths will be open Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Our Children’s Tent will have a new location this year. We have decided to move it closer to the other children events located south of the Baseball Diamond. Friday night we have the Avera Obstacle Course with Coach Rozy from 7-9 p.m. On Saturday from 1-3 p.m., the Zoo Mobile from Sioux Falls will be here with some critters for us to look at and touch. For other information on any of our other events, please visit our website at www.riverboatdays.com or visit our Facebook page. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at the Riverboat Days Office at 665-1657 or drop me an email at office@riverboatdays.com On behalf of our Board of Directors — Randy Oliver (Cochair), John Kraft (Co-chair), Dick Hunhoff , Nancy Teachout, Donna Madson, Mike Byrkeland , Rick Stone, Rich Andre, Robert Byrkeland, Milissa Wuebben, Jake Hoffner, Mike Villanueva, Dave Wright and myself — we would like to invite you to Riverboat Days 2015: Aug. 21-23. Job Hunting? 8 ‘Rock 7 9 Garden1Tour’ Show Set For 4Yankton The Help Wanted section can help. There’s something for everyone in the Shopper! Place your ad now: 605-665-5884 2-Day Estate BROOKINGS, S.D. late-July precipitation, along istration (NOAA) Climate this will not be a problem Throughout July 2015 condiwith other isolated storm Prediction Center Outlooks. except for the wetter areas tions were quite variable events, during the month, “Temperatures are in southwest South Dakota across South Dakota, said helped resolve some of the likely going to be close to, and a few small wet pockets Dennis Todey, South Dakota developing dryness issues. or slightly below average elsewhere in the state,” said State Climatologist & SDSU “Much of eastern South Daover the state and areas to Edwards. “Unless the accuExtension Climate Specialist. kota had 3 to 5-plus inches the south of South Dakota,” mulations are very high - ad“Early July started off of precipitation,” Todey Todey said. “The impact will ditional moisture would be fairly cool across the state,” said, “Which is as much as 2 be to reduce potential stress beneficial for the dry areas said Todey, explaining that inches above average.” conditions for crops which west of the river.” warmer temperatures during Precipitation totals in are still somewhat dry.” She said, referencing the the mid and latter part of the some areas reached more Laura Edwards, SDSU few areas which are curmonth helped to bring temthan 8 inches resulting in Extension Climate Field rently rated as Abnormally peratures closer to average several communities rankSpecialist added that below Dry or D0 according to the for the month. “Throughout ing July 2015 as the top 10 average temperatures would U.S. Drought Monitor. most of South Dakota, temwettest on record, including; also produce below average “This outlook is consisperatures were within about Academy, White Lake and growing degree days (GDDs). tent with impacts expected a degree of average - making Vermilion. “Current GDD accumulations from the ongoing El Niño the overall climate condiWith the exception of the are around average over event,” she said. “Near avertions generally good for crop Black Hills, Todey said much the state,” she said. “With age to wetter conditions and development and livestock,” of Western South Dakota the likely cooler temperaslightly cooler conditions are he said. “A few extreme turned dry during July. “Foltures, corn in particular, will mostly likely during the latevents did occur, but were lowing the wet May and June likely lose a little developter part of the growing seanot long-lived.” there are limited issues to ment ground. This situason during El Niño events.” Precipitation helped this point,” he said. tion should be monitored, To keep up with changing prevent drought August 2015 outlook but should not be a major climate conditions throughDuring July, several areas Looking ahead to August, problem.” out the month, visit iGrow. Book 59 Intermediate Sudoku Puzzles by KrazyDad of the state went two to Todey said South Dakota is The precipitation outlook org or follow SDSU Climate three weeks with little to no expected to experience a few leans to the wet side for on Facebook. ?iGrow precipitation resulting in dry large changes, according to August, with above average Sudoku #5 Sudoku #6 conditions developing. How- the recent National Oceanic accumulations more likely. ever, Todey pointed out that 6 and Atmospheric Admin“Over most of the state 8 5 7 4 7 4 8 Rock Garden Tour performs their variety show “Soul Butter & 7 Wash, Hog A Fancy Country Barn Tour” in front 3 at of a live audience4 the Bernie and 6 Myrna Hunhoff Barn near Yankton on 5 8 Saturday, Aug. 29, at 7 p.m. Musical guests include electric2 Book 59: Answers Americana band Pleasure Horse. AUCTION The Laura Martindale Estate Saturday, August 15 & Sunday, August 16, 2015 Located: Skylon Ballroom - 320 S. Robinson St - Hartington, NE AUCTION STARTS @ 10 A.M. LUNCH AVAILABLE AUCTIONEERS NOTE: It is with great pleasure to welcome you to this unbelievable auction for the Laura Martindale Estate. Laura was a collector of many interesting antiques & collectibles over the years. The list that we have compiled is only a VERY SMALL PORTION of the fantastic items to be sold. The vast assortment of items that will be sold in this two day auction is unbelievable. The Ballroom will be FULL on both days. It will be worth the trip to attend and to spend both days. Visit our web site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for many photos for this huge Auction. ***JOIN US FOR A PREVIEW OF SATURDAY’S AUCTION ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th FROM 6:00 TO 7:30 P.M.*** ANTIQUE FURNITURE & COLLECTIBLES: Oak Grandfather Clock “Dafa”. Kimball Spinet Piano. Ornate Oak Parlor Table w/Glass ball Feet. Several Other Oak Parlor Tables - Asst. Styles & Types. Maple Dining Room Set w/Table & Chairs, Buffet, China Hutch. Oak Silvertone Phonograph. Oak Shaving Stand. Light Fixtures. Newman Bros. Oak Pump Organ. Howard Elec. Player Piano w/ Many Piano Rolls. 6 Section Stackable Bookcase. Oak Hall Seat. Oak Quarter Sawn Music Cabinet. Single Door Oak Bookcase. (2) Brass Twin Size Beds. Stick-N-Ball Easels. Yard Long Cats/Dogs Tug of War. Several Very Nice Pictures & Frames of All Types. Roseville & Weller Pottery Pieces. Several Stereo Cards. Oak Full Length Wall Mirror. Palmers Candy Jar. Redwing 3 Gallon Churn. Koo-Koo Clocks. Atwater Kent Radio. Gem Roller Organ. Sewing Rockers. Bird Cage on Stand. Several Unique Floor & Table Lamps. Vintage Toys Including: Coca Cola Toy “Coke” Dispenser w/Original Box, Walt Disney “Marx”Party Pluto Toy w/ Original Box, Emenee Toy Accordion, Frosty So-Cone Machine, Prehistoric Times Play Set, Several Hazelle’s Airplane Control Marionettes & More. Pitcher & Bowl Set. Large Offering of Crystal Glassware, Stemware & Glass Bowls, Etc. Mantel Clocks. Linens. Plus Many, Many More Outstanding Items too numerous to mention. WOMEN’S HATS & JEWELRY: Over 50 Plus Women’s Hats - Nice Selection to be offered - Including some new, Many Purchased @ Brandeis & Martin Co. Many Women’s Gloves, Scarves, Purses & Accessories. Plus A Large offering Of Jewelry. CAR: 1998 Lexus ES 300 4 Door Sedan, 116,415 Miles - Fully Loaded. DAY #2: SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 2015 – 10:00 A.M. Oak Etagere. Large Oak Curved China Hutch. Oak Quarter Sawn Library Table. (3) Piece Oak Bedroom Set w/High Back Bed, Dresser w/Mirror & Commode. Oak Drop Front Desk. (2) Oak Parlor Chairs w/Lion Heads – Extremely Ornate. Wooden Flower Box. Oak Shaving Stand. Small Drop Front Desk w/ 7 Bottom Drawers. (3) Oak Stick-N-Ball Room Divider Decorative Woodwork Pieces. Many Oak Parlor Tables – Asst. Types & Styles. Walnut Pulpit. Oak Park Bench. Ice Cream Table w/4 Chairs. Ornate Hanging Light Fixtures. Several Stereo Cards. Many Great Old Prints, Pictures & Frames. Portraits of North American Indian Life Book. Many Floor Lamps, Table Lamps & Vintage Curtain Rods. Beer Signs Including; Hamms, Schlitz, Old Crow, Budweiser, Lite Beer & Others. Series of (4) Books “Sketches of Romance Fiction & Drama”. Red Flash Glass – Souvenir of Hartington, NE Pieces. Old Maps. Very Nice Slag Glass Table Lamp. Asst. Hurricane Lamps. Asst. Of Glassware & Other Misc. Collectibles. Plus Many More Great Collectibles of All Types. Assortment of 50 Plus Of Women’s Hats & Purses, & Asst. of Vintage Clothes, Coats & More. Purchased from Williges & Other Fine Department Stores from Years Ago. ARLENE “LAURA” MARTINDALE ESTATE SEE www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM FOR LISTING & PHOTOS Terms: Cash or Bankable Check. Not Responsible For Accidents or Theft. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. RYAN CREAMER 402.254.9753 ALTON HEIMES 402.254.3315 ROGER JANSSEN: 402.388.4409 3 4 7 1 5 1 Tickets are available online at 8 2 sdpb.SHOP.org or at 1-800-456-0766. The Bernie and Myrna Hunhoff 5 9 4 Barn is located at 43937 / 303rd St., 5 north of Yankton. Seating is limited. Rock Garden Tour is a comedic radio show that combines 2 gardening and 9 Easy Sudoku Puzzles by KrazyDad rock and roll. 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