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We offer an excellent total compensation package. HealtH Center “Big Top Burning” by Laura A. Woollett; © 2015, Chicago Review Press; 167 pages ———— BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER For months now, you’ve been growing out your hair. One day, it will be long enough that you can become an aerialist who hangs by her locks, looking like a midair ballet artist. And if that doesn’t work, you could be a lion tamer, for sure, or maybe a clown. But no matter what you choose, read “Big Top Burning” by Laura A. Woollett and stay safe. In the middle of World War II, when resources and money were both scarce, a trip to the circus was a huge treat. Families sometimes saved for months for the chance to see big cats, elephants, trapeze acts and clowns. That was the case for many residents of Hartford, Connecticut, when the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus came to town that day in early July 1944. Everyone was excited — even the government knew the circus was good for morale — and they quickly took their seats on bleachers or in fold-up chairs lined up on boards. “More than 6,000 people attended the circus on that hot July 6 afternoon,” says Woollett. The Big Tent (which was www.missourivalleyshopper.com “massive” and weighed over 75,000 pounds) filled quickly with circus-goers, clowns and horses, bears and lions, tigers,Visit our Web site at chimps and elephants. www.missourivalleyshopper.com Large chutes at the entrances whisked the animals in and Has openings for Full-Time www.missourivalleyshopper.com Visit our Web site at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Please apply online at www.boonecohealth.org or send resume to or contact: Jennifer Beierman, BCHC Human Resources Visit our Web site at 402-395-2191 - jbeierman@boonecohealth.org www.missourivalleyshopper.com EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled erested in his spot? 723 W. Fairview, P.O. 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The celebration will start with a mass at 5:30 pm at St. Rose of Lima Church, Crofton. A dinner reception and dance will follow immediately at the Parish Center. The couple was united in marriage on August 21, 1965, at St. Rose. They have seven children: Joe (Jody) Guenther, Lynn (Jeff) Johnson, Larry (Traci) Guenther, Lori (Todd) Smidt, Connie (Doug) Grover, Dennis (Brenda) Guenther, and Terri (Chris) Eischeid. The couple has 17 grandchildren. Bazaar & Supper MenoMinee, ne Sunday, July 26, 2015 d AiR CondiTioned PARiSh hALL b Real Estate consists of a very clean 1 story 2 bedroom home with full basement, 22x28 detached 2 car garage and 16x24 storage building. Situated on a 150x182 lot this home features many updates including a new propane furnace with elec heat pump and a/c and all new wiring in 2014, plumbing updates plus many more recent improvements. Most major appliances included. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: W 150’ of Lot A. TERMS & CONDITIONS: $4000 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. 2015 taxes prorated to closing. Possession upon receipt of ?nal payment. Announcements day of auction take precedence over printed material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing seller SHOP, LAWN & GARDEN: 4x8 2 wheel trailer; Husquvarna 20 hp 46” hydro riding mower, 140 hrs; Push mower; Lawn mower lift; Pancake air comp; Delta miter saw and stand; Rotozip; Router and bits; Battery charger; Sanders; Buffers; Angle grinder; Saws; Drills; Drill doctor; Framing nailer; Stapler; Stihl chain saw; Electric chain saw; Chain saw sharpener; Jacks; Shop mate; Lumber; Receiver hitches; Moving cart; Weed eaters; Edger; Spades; Forks; Garden tools; Miscellaneous hand tools; Fishing equipment; Plus more. HOUSEHOLD: Amana auto washer and dryer; Sleeper sofa and matching recliner; Recliner; 3 pc bedroom set; Full size bed; Chests of drawers; Table and chairs; Folding tables; Dehumidi?er; New microwave; Hall table; Vac; Fans; Lamps; Heaters; Coolers; Small electric appliances; Pots; Pans; Cookware; Silverware; Utensils; Plus more kitchen and household items. ANTIQUES including 1950s cedar chest; Cookie jar collection including Old Woman in a Shoe, Pig, Goose, Santa, plus more. Many new in the box or near new items. All very clean and well cared for. 319 Walnut • Yankton, SD interest. While the photographs inside this book aren’t terribly graphic, some of the narrative might be a bit much for sensitive young readers. Just be aware because, even for an adult, “Big Top Burning” can be a hair-raising book. GAYVILLE — The Poker Alice Band and country singer Brenda George return to Gayville Hall on Saturday, July 25, for an 8 p.m. concert of fiddle tunes, western swing, country, jump blues, and pop. The veteran, five-piece band from Clay County was founded in the mid-1980s and is known for its virtuosity and eclectic repertoire, according to show producer Doug Sharples. Band co-founder Nick Schwebach sings and plays lead and steel guitars. Owen DeJong, who holds a master’s degree in violin performance, plays the fiddle. Both are from rural Wakonda. Larry Rohrer, from Beresford, sings and plays Call The other band bass. 665-5884 to place your members, both of rural Beresford, are Dennis Jensen on vocals and guitar and Al Remund on drums. George, of rural Avon, sang with Poker Alice in the 1980s and has reunited with the band once or twice annually at Gayville Hall since 2003. Gayville Hall is at 502 Washington Street in Gayville. Call (605) 267-2859 for ticket information. YOU NEED IT TODAY? NO PROBLEM! “BiBle Blast” 605-665-5882 FAX IT 605-665-5884 www.missourivalleyshopper.com AUCTION out, the air smelled like popcorn, and the afternoon promised to be a fun one. It’s likely, then, that few people noticed the tiny flame on the side of the tent in the corner by the men’s room. Those who did probably thought the circus workers would take care of it; fires were pretty common at circuses at that time. The tent was waterproofed with wax and gasoline, but nobody gave that much thought… … until the fire spread, and so did panic. Screams filled the air and circus-goers raced for exits, some of which were blocked by animal chutes. A few people escaped beneath the circus tent. Others fell to the ground and were crushed. Within 10 minutes, the Big Tent had burned to the ground, injuring more than 480 people and killing 167 people, 59 of which were children under age ten. But how did the fire start, and who were the people whose bodies were never claimed? The answers to those questions are still unknown… It’s summertime. Who wants to read history books in the summer, anyhow? Give your child “Big Top Burning,” and rest assured that he will. With a sense of urgency and just the right setting in time, author Laura A. Woollett presents this true story in a way that will resonate well with the age group for which this book is intended (10 & up). I was riveted by the personal accounts of this tragedy, and I think the lingering mystery at the end will capture kids’ b Here’s what’s new at the Yankton Community Library this week: Poker Alice Band Performs At Gayville Hall July 25 Broasted Chicken Serving 4 - 8 pm Adults: $9 • Children (5-12): $4 Children 4 and under: FRee Fun and Games for All Ages! Horseshoe & Volleyball Tournaments Prize Bingo • Cake Walk • Country Store Laser Tag • Large Raffle • Concessions Everyone Welcome! Ad SponSored by Opsahl-Kostel Funeral Home & Crematory
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