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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com September 25, 2018 • Page 9 AUCTIONS New Biography Looks At First Lakota Congressman Benjamin Reifel PIERRE, S.D.—"Without Reservation: Benjamin Reifel and American Indian Acculturation” by Sean J. Flynn, professor at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, will be featured at the South Dakota Festival of Books in Brookings, Sept. 20-23. The book is the latest original biography from the South Dakota State Historical Society. As the first Lakota to serve in the United States Congress, Benjamin (“Ben”) Reifel (1906–1990) made a career of straddling two distinct cultures. He was a bilingual member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota but often found his ideas challenged by American Indian activists. Throughout his life, he advocated that his people become self-reliant citizens, not by abandoning traditional values, but through education and integration. In the end, Reifel viewed himself as a modern Indian leader, versed in his native tongue and culture, college-educated and looking beyond reservation boundaries. “Flynn contributes to a neglected topic in American Indian studies—the lives of twentieth-century American Indians,” says Nancy Tystad Koupal, director of the South Dakota Historical Society Press. “He showcases the life of a man who prospered in the American mainstream without forsaking his racial identity, offering an alternative to depictions of American Indians as victims of 18th- and 19th-century conquest.” Throughout his earlier career with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and in Congress during the 1960s, Reifel worked to bring economic success to the reservations and to South Dakota as a whole, dividing his time between agriculture policy and Indian affairs. A moderateconservative Republican, he quickly rose to prominence on the House Appropriations Committee and, with Sen. Karl E. Mundt, is responsible for placement of the United States Geological Survey’s Earth Resources Observation Systems (EROS) Data Center near Sioux Falls. Flynn, a graduate of South Dakota State University, has served as professor of history at Dakota Wesleyan University since 1999. He is the recipient of the United Methodist Church General Board of Higher Education and Ministry Teaching Excellence Award and the Clarke Award for Teaching Excellence. A member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Flynn is a descendant of the Lakota leader Spotted Tail. “Without Reservation” is available as a hardcover book for $29.95, plus shipping and tax. It can be ordered directly from the South Dakota Historical Society Press at sdhspress.com or by calling 605-773-6009. Follow the South Dakota Historical Society Press on Facebook (SDHS Press) and Twitter (@ sdhspress) for more. fcsamerica.com 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. Saturday, Sept. 29 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: Tyndall Auditorium, Tyndall, SD one block west of grocery store VEHICLES, TRAILERS: 1995 Geo Metro, 5 spd. manual, 114,000 miles; 2005 Buick Lesabre, 3800 eng; Hale 6x16 bumper stock trailer, good; 4 1/2 x 10 2 wheel trailer and ramps ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: RW 10 gal. crock; several small crocks and jugs; large old oak frame wall clock; oak collander cabinets; commode; wood wash tub; cistern and pitcher pumps; Jones Rakes cast iron seat; cast iron items; cowbells; school bell; butter churn; Lincoln Drape alladin lamp; kerosene lamps and lanterns; coffee grinder; milk buckets; horse shoes; IHC Honner plates and bowls; Watts pitcher; Pyrex; collectible glass, Game of Nevada 25 cent draw poker elec slot machine; rocking horse; horse clock; old jewelry; pictures; duck lamp; plus more small collectibles HOUSEHOLD, MISCELLANEOUS: air compressor; lawn shelter; misc tools; camp stove; incubator; desk; table; chairs; stands; heaters; toys; puzzles; games; dishes; cookware; pots & pans; canning supplies; plus many more kitchen and household items FIREARMS: Rem. Model 770 243 b.a. & scope, new; Coast to Coast pump 12 ga. 3”; Rem 572 Fieldmaster pump .22 & scope; Conn. Valley Arms 50 cal inline muzzle loader; Marlin M-120 pump 12 ga. 3”; Stevens s.s .410; Mossberg 835 12 ga. 3 1/2” pump; several recurve and compound bows; High Country Royal Hunter compound bow; gun cases; gun cleaning supplies; several knives including Buck, Win, Rem, etc; Buschnell range ?nder ADDITIONAL ITEMS: nice dining table and chairs; lots of advertising items including rain gauges, thermometers, JD adv, JD planter lids, JD tins, JD oil items; other tins including Maytag, Delaval, Superla oil; oil cans; IHC mag; IHC parts boxes; IHC commemorative medalions; shell boxes; shells; Bud, Coke, Pepsi glasses; Shirley Temple pitcher; Royal Haeger pottery; misc collectible glass; clarinet; old cameras; enamel items; buttons; blue jars; jewelry boxes; toys; Imperial brass ?tting box; Shur Hit ignition box; buzz saw blades; plus more OTHER CONSIGNMENTS: De Laval tin cow and calf; stoneware pitcher; 3 gal Birch leaf crock; O-Cedar Polish stand; crock pie plate with lid; cast iron piggy bank; cap gun; Spartan Singer Sewing Machine; oak chest of drawers; pedal car; copper boiler; silver serving trays; cast iron items; weather vein; antique trunks; misc hand tools; horse tack; misc sporting goods and ammunition; canning supplies; blue jars; rail sled; patio furniture; enamel items; decorative glass; 60s’ literature; sewing supplies; area rugs; sofa; bed frames; games; wicker items; handmade baby rocker; misc household and of?ce supplies and much more Emmanuel & Gail Kortan and Others Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents 605-665-9675 OR 800-658-3631 Car – Guns – Tools – Antiques - Toys The Rex Weisser Moving Auction Thursday, October 4th at 5:00 pm Located: Girard Auction Facilities – 114 Slant St., Wakonda, SD AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 6 -- 11 a.m. Auction to be held at the site located 1/4 mile north of Chief Standing Bear Bridge then east to property or from Spring?eld 10 miles west and south on Highway 37 TR8-22-2c Personal property listing will appear in a later issue. Real Estate consists of 5 1/2 +/- acres of Running Water, SD area property. This beautiful tract of land offers an A frame home, rural water, electricity and some of the most spectacular views to be had in the entire area. Here is a rare opportunity to purchase at auction property in this area. Located within short walking distance of the Missouri River and the historic little village of Running Water and only 3 miles from Niobrara Nebraska, this area offers some of the ?nest outdoor activities to be had anywhere including world class waterfowl hunting, ?shing and water sports plus you will enjoy sighting a variety of wildlife daily on and around the property. If you like peace, quiet, and tranquility and extraordinary views of the Missouri River which explorers Lewis and Clark traveled thru in the early 1800s check this one our. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Hermanek Tract 1 of Lot 4 in the NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of 19-92-60 and Lots 1 thru 6 Block 8 Running Water Town, Bon Homme County, South Dakota TERMS & CONDITIONS: $10,000.00 non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing on or before November 6, 2018. Title Insurance and closing service fees will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. 2018 taxes will be prorated to closing based on 2017. Possession upon receipt of ?nal payment. Announcements day of auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing seller Richard Hermanek, Owner Richard Spry, POA Peterson Auctioneers www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD AUCTION YANKTON OFFICE: Running Water, SD Property at Absolute Glen Peterson, RE #234 Multi- Party (Vehicles, Trailers, Antiques, Household) For more information or to view property call Glen or Cody Peterson 605-369-2638 or 605-682-1652 Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID Not Responsible for Accidents Car & Bikes: 2014 Nissan Versa Note, 4dr., 24k Miles, auto, Nice!; Schwinn Sierra 21Sp. Mens Mt. Bike – Nice; Schwinn Frontier 21-sp. Womens Mt. Bike – Nice! Tools: DeWalt HD Wet Tile Saw w/Stand & Mitre; Makita 8” Table Saw Mdl 2708; Craftsman 5 1/8” Joint Planer; P-C EHD Hammer Drill; Hitachi 8 ½” Slide Comp. Saw; Milwaukee 12” Comp. Mitre Saw – NICE!; Paslode Impulse Bat. Nailer; Senco Air Nailer; Delta Sidekick Framer & Trim Saw; Interchange Air Compressor; Bostitch Nar. Crown Air Stapler; P-C Hardwood Flooring Cleat Nailer; Milwaukee HD Sawzall; Makita Power Planer; Bosch Bulldog Rotary Hammer Drill; Makita Power Scraper; Bosch El. Fine Cut Hand Saw; Rockwell Versacut Hand saw; P-C belt sander; P-C plate joiner; Stanley floor fan; (2) chrome floor fans; levels; Milwaukee radio; Delta Shop Master Sharpener; El. Tile Saw w/Dayton Motor; (2) 8’ & (2) 4’ Werner Fiberglass stepladders; Werner 20’ ext. ladder w/adj. feet; Remmington Power Fastner; Marples Chisels; Bil-Jax scaffolding; roof jacks; (2) sets of metal folding saw horses; hinge mate; Drill Dr.; Rotozip; wood clamps; sev. Hand tools; drop cords; air hose; 10 gal. Shop-Vac; drop clothes; masonry tools; texture gun; sheet rock tools; saw blades; measuring tapes, rulers, squares; claps; sandpaper; shop lights; roller stands; 3rd Hand Jacks; shovels; brooms; bar clamps; Guns, Canoe & Outdoors: Browning Maxus 12 ga. 2 ¾”-3” Invector Plus, 28” bar., Portugal, Pheasant & Duck engraved, gold trig, case, NICE!; Tikka T3 .243 Win Bolt, NIB, Like New; Old Town Discovery Sport 15 ½’ Canoe, 4-per, camo cover, oars, rod holders, seat, boat cover, Nice!; Minnkota Maxxum Trolling Motor, 50lb Thrust, 1-Hand Control Titl-Tiller – Nice!; Canoe Pontoons, geared & height adj.; 2-Wheel Canoe Transport; Oak 8-gun Cabinet; Clam Kenai One-Man Ice Shack; Big-Game Shooting Table; Hunting Stools; Daisy Mdl. 1938B BB gun; 12 ga. Shells; Padded rifle case; gun saddle; Pheasant Tail Feathers; Deer Antlers; rolling cooler; Furniture, Appliances & Misc: Howard-Miller Grand Father Clock, 6 1/2’ Tall, works, Nice; Oak Roll Top Desk; GE 10 c.u.ft. Deep Freezer, Nice; Danby Dorm Fridge; Lg. Terry Redlin Print “Evening Rendezvous”; Oil Painting Duck Scene of Running Water, SD; Sm. Weber Grill; 6’ plastic folding table; (2) 8’ wood folding tables; Steel/Wood/Plastic Shelving; 2-Drawer File Cabinet; 2-Wheel Golf Caddy; DeLorean & Polaris Die-Cast cars; Hand-Painted Saws; Hallmark Xmas ornaments; sprinkler; Auctioneers Note: Rex was a contractor in the Yankton area for 35+ years and has since retired and is moving. These tools and items are all extremely clean, in good working condition and ready to use! Mr. Weisser was extremely fussy on the way his stuff looked and how it was cared for, you won’t find any better used tools on an auction this Fall! Buy with confidence! This is not a long auction, be on time! See 100+ photos at www.GirardAuction.com! Weisser Remodeling / Rex Weisser – Owner Rex – (605) 665-9702 for questions The Following Items Are Consigned. Guns: Marlin Mdl. 336 R.C. 30-30 Lever – Nice; Western-Field Mdl. 72 30-30 Win. Lever; Ithica M-49 .22 Sh./Long Lever; Remmington Woodsmaster Mdl 742 30-06 Sprg. w/Bushnell Scope & Sling; Remmington Mdl. 597 .22 Long Black Dale Earnhardt Ed. – Nice; 20 ga. Single w/slide trigger guard, Brazil, unique & nice; (2) Single .22 rifles; Daisy Mdl 960; Daisy Mdl 99; Daisy No. 118 Target Pistol Toys: Several Tonka & Nylint Pressed Steel Trucks; Ertl John Morrels Semi; Tonka Gambles Pickup; John Deere Collector Ed. Tractors NIB; sev. Cap Guns & Caps; Antiques: Wagner Cast Iron Pans – 1126 Skillet/Grill; Sq. Skillet, Bacon & Egg Break. Skillet, 1060 A Skillet, 1056 T #6; #8 Deep, 1058 #8, 1053 #3; Griswold Cast Iron Pans – #9 Waffle Iron w/Stand, #8 Skillet or Chicken Pan w/Lid, #768 Square Utility Skillet, #9, #8, #7, #6; JD Yellow Pump Oil Can; Maytag can; Red Devil’s Lighter Fluid Can; (2) Allis-Chalmers Qt. Paint Cans; Oil Bottles w/Spouts – Mobiloil Gargoyle “AF” & “A”; Sev. Old Wooden Baseball Bats & Gloves; Star Clay Pot w/Lid & Handle; (6) Early Kitchen Scales; Car Spot Lights; egg basket; Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker; Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, BA
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