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January 23, 2018 • 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 Check out the By Daris Howard fcsamerica.com After a long day of work, Jay sat down to read the paper. The big headline was the news of Apollo 8. NASA had finally been able to have astronauts travel from the earth to the moon. Jay was sure it wouldn’t be long before someone walked on the moon. He was just getting into the news when his little daughter tugged on his sleeve. “Daddy, can we go to a movie? We haven’t been for a long time.” Jay looked up from his paper into the pleading face of his little daughter. “Sweetheart, I’d love for us to go. But there are a lot more of us now, and I’m not sure we can afford it.” Jay and his wife had always scraped money together to take their three daughters to a movie about once per month. But after his wife was gone, it was hard to keep everything in their lives together, let alone go to the movies. It had been a hard couple of years. But then Jay met Helen, and they fell in love. Helen had six girls of her own, and when Jay considered the price of eleven tickets, it seemed almost impossible for them to afford that much. Movie tickets for those over twelve were three dollars, and tickets for those under twelve were two-fifty. He, his first wife, and their three girls cost almost fourteen dollars. With eleven people it would be around thirty dollars. But as Jay looked into his little daughter’s pleading face and thought about the tough years they had been through, he decided they all could use a trip to the movies. “But there won’t be any money left over for popcorn,” he told her. They all loaded into the station wagon. That was the only vehicle they could afford that would haul eleven people. Some sat in the back without seats, and others had to sit on the older children’s laps. This lack of good transportation had also meant that what family vacations they could afford had to be closer to home. No one wanted to travel very far with someone sitting on their lap. When they arrived at the theater, the girls paired up. Helen was a good organizer. Each of the older girls was assigned to a younger one. That way the smaller children had someone to watch out for them to keep them from getting lost. Helen took care of the youngest daughter herself. As Jay and Helen, along with their nine daughters, walked the block to the theater, people stared. As they got closer to the theater, Jay laughed to himself when he saw the poster for what was showing. It was “Cheaper by the Dozen.” Maybe that was why they had received so many stares. The children all stood patiently while Jay went to the window to pay. “We have six over twelve and five under twelve,” he told the lady. The lady calculated and then said, “That will be eleven dollars.” Jay gasped. “Eleven dollars? I thought it would be three times that. I’m not complaining, but I don’t want to cheat you, either.” “We have a special deal this month,” the lady said. “All scout troops get in for one dollar per person, even the leaders. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a boy scout troops or whether it’s a girl scout troops like yours.” Jay smiled. “Actually, we aren’t a girl scout troop. We’re a blended family, and these are our daughters.” The lady pulled her glasses down to the end of her nose and looked down the line of nine girls. When she slid her glasses back into place, she smiled and spoke firmly. “It looks like a girl scout troop to me. That will be eleven dollars.” Jay paid for the tickets and thanked the lady. The show title was right, he thought, and they even had money left over for popcorn. THERE’S A REASON REAL ESTATE BUYERS LAND WITH US. When you ?nance farmland with us, you aren’t just another customer – you are a customer-owner. So along with our attractive rates and exceptional terms, you get a voice in how we work and a share of what we earn in the form of cash-back dividends. Call us to learn more. LAND AUCTION Wednesday, Jan. 31 -- 10 a.m. Auction to be held at the city auditorium, Spring?eld, SD YANKTON OFFICE: Directions to land location from Spring?eld, SD 5 miles west, 3 miles south on Highway 37 then 1/2 mile east on 315th Street OR from Chief Standing Bear Bridge, 3 miles north on Highway 37 and 1/2 mile east 605-665-9675 OR 800-658-3631 79 +/- Acres Real Estate consists of 79+ — acres of unimproved all tillable productive Bon Homme Co. farmland. Bon Homme Co. soil survey reports show a .695 rating with the predominant soil being Homme-Ethan-Tetonka. FSA shows a 39.6 acre corn base with PLC yield of 99 and 39.1 acre soybean base with PLC yield of 28. The topography is level to gently sloping. Good crop rotation and weed control practices have always been implemented. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 6-92-60 TERMS & CONDITIONS: 15% non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing on or before March 1, 2018. Possession at closing. Title Insurance and closing service fees will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. 2017 Real Estate tax will be paid by seller. Announcements day of auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing seller. REG POLLED HEREFORD BULLS AND PUREBRED F1 BLACK BALDY BULLS FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. RCR POLLED HEREFORDS John Kirk, Owner JAMES & BONNIE SIMMERMON AND SONS 38372 291ST STREET • LAKE ANDES, SD 57356 PHONE 605-487-7406 • CELL 605-481-1936 RAISING POLLED HEREFORDS SINCE 1978 Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE ESTATE AUCTION Saturday, January 27, 2018 Located: Skylon Ballroom - 320 S. Robinson St. - Hartington, NE LUNCH AVAILABLE Terms of Auction: Cash or Bankable Check - not responsible for accidents or theft. For more information & many photos visit our web site: WWW.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: Creamer Heimes Janssen Auctioneers & Appraisers L.L.C. AUCTIONEERS: Ryan Creamer 402-254-9753 Alton Heimes 402-254-3315 Roger Janssen 402-388-4409 2018 Private treaty Bull & Heifer Sale Sat., February& Hreatyale 2018 Private treaty rivate th eifer a.m. 2018 P Bull 10t • 11 S 5 Sat., February 10th • East of Moville, Iowa BAt the Feedlot Hmiles 11 Sale ull & eifer a.m. RED ANGUS //// BLACK ANGUS SIM-ANGUS COMPOSITES At the Feedlot 5 miles East10thMoville, Iowa Sat., February of Heifer11 a.m. ~~ Most Bulls Suitable for • Breeding ~~ RED ANGUS //// BLACK ANGUS SIM-ANGUS COMPOSITES At the Feedlot 5 A.I.-SiredMoville, Iowa 70 miles East of Bulls ~~ Most Bulls Suitable for Heifer Breeding ~~ RED ANGUS //// Open Replacement 60 Large-Volumed BLACK ANGUS Heifers KeepSIM-ANGUS Bulls ‘Em and Breed ‘Em Program 70~~A.I.-SiredCOMPOSITES and Available Most Bulls honest, accurate records Backed by Suitable for Heifer Breeding ~~ pedigrees. Heifers THE 60 Large-Volumed Open Replacement Black Angus sires: Red 70 sires: Angus RIGHT BULL Keep ‘Em and Breed A.I.-Sired Bulls ‘Em Program Available for Beckton Epic, Redemption Baisin Payweight, Connealy Capitalist 60 Large-Volumed Open Replacement Heifers Simmental sire: GW Premium Beef, Leachman Cadillac THE Backed by honest, accurate records and pedigrees. All bulls and RIGHT PRICE Red Angus sires: Beckton Epic,heifers prepriced according to Keep ‘Em and Breed and bloodlines. $250 down payment, bulls Redemption indvidual performance ‘Em Program Available to fit your kept ‘til accurate cost. All and pedigrees. Backed Baisin Payweight, Connealy Capitalist Black Angus sires:by honest,June 15 at no recordsbulls fully guaranteed. specific needs. Our family is committed to quality and customer service. THE There’s something for everyone... MV Shopper MV Shopper AUCTION Starts @ 10:00 AM AUCTIONEERS’ NOTE: Here is another great line up of nice collectibles from an estate that we continue to liquidate. This listing is only a highlight of the great items to be sold. We will also have an offering of several small collectibles from display cases that will be sold in a separate auction ring, so plan accordingly for the second ring. Visit our Web Site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS. COM for many photos. For weather updates call 402-254-9753. ADV. CLOCKS: International Harvester Adv. Clock. 7up Advertising Clock. Schmidt Beer Adv. Clock. Coca Cola Adv. Clock. Dr. Pepper Adv. Clock. Roberts Milk Adv. Clock. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER ADV. ITEMS: Large Metal IH Advertising Sign. IHC Adv. Match Books. IHC Tractor Radio & Tool Box. Some Misc. NOS Tractor Parts—Pistons Etc.. VINTAGE TOYS: IHC 806 Pedal Tractor w/Cart. Toy Airplanes. Tonka Motor Transport Truck. Toy Jeeps & Tonka Toys. Structo Livestock Truck. Structo Express Semi Truck & Trailer. Lazy Day Farm Livestock Straight Truck. Go Gambles Semi & Trailer. IHC Farm Toys—NIB—986 & 1468. Train Set & Fischer Price Toys. Plus other Toys of all Types. STONEWARE ROLLING PIN: “Mills Grocery Dept.—Stoneware Adv. Rolling Pin. ADV. SIGNS: Coca Cola Button Sign. Budweiser Spuds Mackenzie Light Up Dog Bar Light. Lighted Budweiser Sign. Bud Light Lighted Sign. COLLECTIBLE BICYCLES: Vintage Schwinn Bicycle. Coast to Coast Bicycle. Firestone Cruiser . Coaster Wagon. COLLECTIBLES: Oak Slant Front Table Top Display Case 20”x25”x90”. Globe Wernicke Co.—4 Section Stackable Bookcase. Columbia California Floor Model Victrola. Primitive Sugar Cane Cutter ?? - Very Unique Item. Coca Cola Adv. Card Table w/4 Metal Folding Chairs. Coca Cola Umbrella—from 1984 Olympics. Brass Candle Stick Phone. Western Electric Oak Wall Telephone. Pig & Chicken Direction Arrows. Short Tail Horse Windmill Weight. Hand Operated Printing Press. Shoe Shine Box. Vintage License Plates. Cigar Boxes. Primitive Yard Gate. Montgomery Wards Table Top Cream Separator. Fallstaff Cardboard Adv. Beer Box. Keen Kutter “Reel Type” Lawn Mower. Pitcher Pump & Well Pump. Coca Cola Cookie Jar. Adv. Tire Ash Trays. Old Spark Plugs. 3 Gal. Brown Beehive Crock Jug. Nu-Way Potato Peeler w/Sales Manual. Ford & IHC Oil Cans. Mobil & Coop Motor Oil 5 Gallon Cans. Wicker Baby Buggy. Many Vintage Games. Contemporary Mechanical Banks. Winchester Decanters. Aladdin Corinthian Clear Bowl Green Base Lamp. Aladdin Washington Drape Clear Bowl Lamp. Hurricane Lamp, Plus Several Other Kerosene Lamps. Old Dolls, & Quilts. Many Nice Old Prints.. Several Collectible Hand Bells. Several Tea Pots. Roseville Pottery Pieces. Hull Pottery Pieces. Weller Candle Sticks. Prayer Ladies & Head Vases. Texas Ware Bowls. Redwing Spongeware Bowl. Wausa, Osmond & Norfolk Advertising Pieces. Cloth Flour Sacks. Cast Iron Tea Pot. Vintage Lunch Pails. Glass Butter Churn. Milk Bottles. Adv. Coffee Tins & Spice Tins. Wooden Sleds, Pop Cases, Nail Kegs & Rug Beaters. Plus Many More Miscellaneous Items too numerous to mention. Simmental sire: GWsires: Beckton Epic, Red Angus Premium Beef, Leachman Cadillac sires: Baisin Black Angus RIGHT BULL hether you need red or black, Redemption Payweight, Connealy Capitalist for All bulls and heifers prepriced according sire: GW Premium Beef, Leachman Cadillac purebred or composite,Simmental Weaver THE to indvidual performance and Ranches has raised the standard All of 712-490-8669 RIGHT PRICE $250 down payment,birth, bulls and heifers prepriced according to 712-490-8669 cell cell bloodlines. – more live calves at bulls excellence indvidual performance and bloodlines. $250 down payment, bulls 3152 160th St. Moville, to fit moreJune 15 at no cost. All bulls fully 153152 160bulls fully guaranteed. IA IA your weight at weaning and year- June at no cost. All th St. • Moville, kept ‘til kept ‘til specific ling, moreOur family isOur family is committed to quality and customer service. needs. guaranteed. pregnant cows in the fall! to www.bullsandheifersforsale.com committed W quality need red or service. hether you and customer black, purebred or composite, Weaver Ranches has raised the standard of W Brian D. Weaver Brian D. Weaver www.bullsandheifersforsale.com Brian D. Weaver 712-490-8669 cell M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y Running Water Township - Bon Homme County IN THE In Print and Online! M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y for great specials at your local restaurants! A Group Rate CLASSIFIEDS! In Print and Online! • Call 665-5884
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