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July 3, 2018 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Remember Food Safety During Summer Months Need people to find your business? Get your display ad here! MV Shopper MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y www.missourivalleyshopper.com 665-5884 M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y AUCTIONS ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 7, 2018 @ 9:45 AM LUNCH AVAILABLE LOCATION: SKYLON BALLROOM, 320 SOUTH ROBINSON STREET, HARTINGTON, NEBRASKA AUCTIONEERS NOTE: The Skylon Ballroom in Hartington, Nebraska is the place to be on Saturday, July 7th for a great antique & collectible auction. The majority of this auction is coming from a home near Lewis & Clark Lake and has been in one family for many, many years. Many more additional antiques, primitives and miscellaneous items will be sold. Visit our web site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS,COM for many more photos – or check us out on Facebook. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Oak East Lake Style Wardrobe/Closet, Oak Secretary, Wooden Cupboard w/ Glass Doors, Oak Drafting Desk, Several Wooden Chairs & Rockers, Wooden Blanket Chest, Wooden Sofa Table, Cedar Chest, Wooden Blanket Chest, Small Wooden Chest of Drawers, Parlor Tables, Oak Dining Table, Older Train Set, IHC 856 Pedal Tractor & JD Cart, Wooden Wagon Wheel,Barn Lanterns, Glass Battery Jars,Gravity Cream Seperator, Wooden Wall Mount Spice Cabinet, Oak Wall Telephone, Toy Road Grader, Charlie Weaver Bar Tender & Battery Operated Monkey Toys, Kerosene Lamps, Vintage Pool Que Wall Mount Rack, Kenmore Cast Iron Wood Burning Heating Stove, Metal Greeting Card Drawer Unit, Marbles, Windup Bar Tender Toy, Rubber Tire Ash Trays, Lighting Rod Balls, Asst. of Misc. Glassware, Railroad Time Tables & other Railroad Items PLUS MANY MORE MISCELLANEOUS PRIMITIVES, SMALL FURNITURE PIECES & MORE For complete listing www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM For many photos of items to be sold. TERMS OF AUCTION: CASH DAY OF SALE, NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. EVERYTHING SOLD AS IS – WHERE IS AND BECOMES THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER. PROPER ID WILL BE REQUIRED FOR A BIDDING NUMBER. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY:CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C., HARTINGTON, NEBRASKA AUCTIONEERS: RYAN CREAMER 402-254-9753 ALTON HEIMES 402-254-3315 ROGER JANSSEN 402-388-4409 WE S LD S S S S LD S LD S LD S LD S LD S LD LD LD LD IT IN THE DS CLASSIFIE Bring more shoppers to your door with locally focused advertising from the experts. Your Ad Here! MV Shopper In Print and Online! Call 665-5884 MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y 2-Bedroom Single Story Home w/2 Garages In Irene at Tuesday, July 10 • 6:30pm 100 E. Turner St. – Irene, SD Legal: 12 Blk 2 Hartwell, City of Irene Taxes: $1,659.12 This home was built in 1949 and has 1,404 sq. feet of living space. Main floor has large entry way with storage which leads into a nice size living room and dining area. Most of the main level has beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Main level also has 2-bedrooms. One bedroom has 2 closets and large picture windows; other bedroom has entrance into full bath. Bathroom has tile floor and tiled shower walls. Bath also includes washer/dryer hook-ups. Kitchen is large with lots of cabinet and a nice breakfast nook area with bench seating. All appliances will stay with the property: refrigerator, stove & washer/dryer unit. Basement is partially finished with painted walls and newer light fixtures. Stairs have modern flooring. Basement has large rec room/storage area as well as the panel, heater & water heater. This home has central air and propane heat. Propane tank is owned and will go with the property. This home sits on a large corner lot with a 2-car and single car detached garages. Large backyard is completely fenced in, plenty of room for kids play equipment, dog or garden! Large mature pine trees adorn the front and back yard; along with a concrete drive and nice wide sidewalk. Shingles are a few years old and the home has recently been painted. There is only 4-steps to lead into the main entry! The Irene-Wakonda High School sits right out the back door! This home would make a great starter home, rental or retirement home. Just one block North of the main street (Hwy 46) in Irene and close to all the towns businesses. Only a short drive to Sioux Falls, Yankton or Vermillion. The home in recent years was used for a daycare on the main level and a clothing boutique in the basement. Join us for one of the open house or call the auction company for an appointmnent! TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment due day of auction. Balance due on closing August 10, 2018. Turner County Title Co. is the closing agent. Title insurance & closing costs will be split 50/50 between buyer and seller. Possession on closing. Taxes are prorated to day of closing. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. Brian & Andrea Gustad – Owners Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard—BA; Ken Girard, CAI—Broker, Mike Girard, CAI—BA, Scott Moore--Auctioneer PIERRE, S.D. – Keep the unwelcome guest of foodborne illness from making an appearance at family reunions or summer gatherings with some simple food safety tips. “While you enjoy all the summer festivities, don’t forget good food safety practices,” said Dr. Joshua Clayton, state epidemiologist for the Department of Health. “Wash your hands thoroughly, cook and store foods at proper temperatures, clean and sanitize work surfaces after preparing raw meat and poultry and don’t prepare food when you’re sick.” Symptoms of foodborne illness include mild or severe diarrhea, fever, vomiting and abdominal pain. Most people recover on their own without medication, but some need fluids to prevent dehydration. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates foodborne illness sickens 48 million Americans every year, resulting in 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths. For South Dakota this extrapolates to approximately 125,000 illnesses, 340 hospitalizations and eight deaths annually. In 2017, South Dakota reported the fol- lowing foodborne illness cases: Salmonella (226), Campylobacter (395) and E. coli (91). That’s over 700 cases just last year. Clayton recommends the following safety tips for preparing and storing food: • Clean and sanitize. Wash hands, cutting boards, utensils and countertops. • Separate. Keep raw meat and poultry separate from ready-to-eat foods. • Cook foods to a safe temperature, checking with a food thermometer (145°F for whole meats, 160°F for ground meats, 165°F for poultry and stuffing). • Chill. Keep your refrigerator below 40°F and refrigerate leftovers right away. Ensure coolers are fully stocked with ice or frozen gel packs to keep perishable foods cold. Consider packing beverages in one cooler and food in another. • When cooking food ahead of time cool it quickly and reheat properly. • Never use unpasteurized milk for cooking or drinking. Learn more about food safety at www. foodsafety.gov/keep/basics/.
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