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October 30, 2018 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com AUCTIONS Land Auction Friday, November 16, 2018 – 11:00AM 3 Northern Cedar County Farms Sale Site: Knights of Columbus Hall Hartington, NE Selling 40 Acres pasture land, good fences, from the intersection of Hwy 81 & 894 Road 1-mile West in the Southeast corner of the intersection of 555 Avenue & 894 Road. 80 Acres mostly tillable from the intersection of Hwy 81 & 894 Road 1-mile West,1/4 North on East side of the road. 60 Acres from the intersection of Hwy 81 and 894 Road 1 7/8-mile West North side of the road. Call for sale bill and look for information on our website ONLINE BIDDING 3 Commercial/Retail Building Sites Menards Outparcels | South Dakota BIDDING ENDS November 15th at 12:00 pm CT Looking for the best deal in town? Check the CLASSIFIEDS! PROPERTY LOCATION: Broadway/ Highway 81, Yankton, SD 57078 www.donpeterson.com Don Peterson & Associates Real Estate Company • Hartington, NE Terry Wilkerson 402-360-0749 or Marlin Brabec 402-719-7653 MV Shopper 319 Walnut St. Yankton, SD 57078 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 605-665-5884 Selling to the Highest Bidder at or Above $20,000 Per Site • Appraised from $235,000 to $245,000 • Anchored by Menards, Situated between Culvers and Maurice’s • Three 1.5± Acre Lots Offered Individually • Near Numerous National Retailers Including Wal-Mart • Includes Transferable Sales Tax Incentives • Direct Frontage on Broadway/ U.S. Highway 81 • Prime location for Commercial/ Retail Development • Exceptional Visibility and Exposure to Traffic Tranzon Asset Advisors | In Cooperation with Chuck Sutton, Auctioneer - Land Broker, LLC | 10% Buyers Premium | 10% Deposit of Total Purchase Price | 2% Broker Participation | Other Terms Apply | TAA1830 TRANZON.COM 888-791-7307 ext. 84 Wildlife Art, Sports Memorabilia, Collectibles, Household AUCTION Saturday, Nov. 3 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center, 800 Archery Lane, Yankton, SD Doors open at 9:30 a.m. - Wildlife Paintings and Prints will be sold at 12 noon Online bidding will be available via Proxibid JACK MANSFIELD, OWNER Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID Not Responsible for Accidents Home and Personal Property AUCTION Sunday, Nov. 11 -- 12 noon LOCATED: 305 W. 16th Avenue, Tyndall, SD (just east of St. Michael’s Hospital) REAL ESTATE consists of a 1040 sq. ft. 1 story, 2 bedroom home with 816 sq. ft. basement and 1 car detached garage. This cozy little home features a fuel oil furnace, central air, hot tub and 1 1/2 baths. Situated on a 69’x92’ lot this home has a great location close to the hospital and centrally located between school and business district. All major appliances included. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 7, 8, & E15’ of LOT 9 and W8” of North-South vacated alley and N8’ of East-West vacated alley, Block 25 Currier’s 1st Addition. TERMS & CONDITIONS: $5,000 non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing. Title Ins. and closing service fees will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. 2018 Real Estate taxes will be prorated to closing based on 2017. Possession upon receipt of ?nal payment. Announcements day of the auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing sellers Personal property listing will appear in a later issue. Robert & Magdeline Bame, Owners Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD 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. YANKTON OFFICE: 605-665-9675 OR 800-658-3631 Real Estate may be viewed by appointment call Mike Bame at 605-589-3774 Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID Not Responsible for Accidents Household, Shop, Lawn and Garden AUCTION Sunday, Nov. 4 -- 12 noon LOCATED: 2517 Timberland Drive, Yankton, SD From Walmart go 2 miles west to Timberland Drive then 1 mile south MOWER, SNOW BLOWER, TRAILER, MOTORCYCLE: Craftsman YTS 4000 riding lawn mower, 24 h.p., 42” cut, bagger, 270 hrs, nice; Ariens Delux 30 Platinum Series snowblower, like new; Ark City 5x10 2 wheel bumper trailer, w/ drop down ramp. SHOP, LAWN & GARDEN: Craftsman table saw; bench grinder; rolling tool chest; electric miter saw; gas generator; air compressor; electric pressure washer; pull type lawn sprayer; battery charger; garden trailer; wheel barrow; air tank; log chains; tow straps; leaf blower; gas trimmers; come along; 2 wheel dolly; ladders; elec. and battery power tools; work mate work bench; drill and router bits; ball hitches; misc hand tools; shop vac; ext. cords; gas grill; ladders; tool boxes; miscellaneous lawn and garden tools; volt meters; bolt caddies; plus more shop and lawn and garden related items. HOUSEHOLD AND MISCELLANEOUS: Chest freezer; 4 pc bedroom set; table and chairs; lighted hutch; reclining love seat and sofa; large oak desk; glider rocker; sleeper sofa; wooden rocker; dresser; bar stools; end and coffee tables; of?ce chair; plant stands; lamps; entertainment centers; book shelves; dehumidi?er; patio furniture; mantle clock; kerosene lamps; trunk; bb guns; golf clubs; lawn chairs; roaster and crock pots; misc small appliances; pots and pans; tupperware; games and toys plus many more household related items Larry Miller, Owner Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID Not Responsible for Accidents Yankton Library Home: Settling In At The YCL BY DANA SCHMIDT Yankton Community Library I began working at the Yankton Community Library in 2012 as a library assistant. Four years later, I was promoted to Sr. Library Assistant/Circulation Manager after a colleague retired and I then became the Library Director in July 2018. My journey at Yankton Community Library has been a great one so far, and I am excited to see what’s in store for the library as the years go on. At the end of September, I was honored to receive the South Dakota Library Association’s New Librarian of the Year award. It has been truly wonderful to be recognized for doing a job that I love so much. Libraries have always had a special place in my heart. I grew up spending lots of time in the Hartington Public Library, where I grew up (the town, not always in the library necessarily). I loved going down into the basement, where the children’s collection used to be, to select my books. That library had (and still has!) such wonderful librarians that inspired me with their kindness, work ethic and their love of books. I went to college at the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities, to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Child Psychology. While there, I took a work study position at Minitex. To borrow from their website, “Minitex is a publicly supported network of academic, public, state government, and special libraries working cooperatively to improve library services for users in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota” (https://www.minitex.umn. edu/About/). To me, it was a library where the books were kept out of sight to the public in the “cavern” but there were always lots of very smart and busy staff buzzing by as I worked the front desk and helped with secretarial tasks. Again, I was inspired by the efficiency and dedication by those around me and I met a lot of new people since I was the first one they saw when they walked through the door. After college, I moved to Sioux Falls and began working at an elementary school, still thinking I would eventually continue my education to become a counselor or psychiatrist. I took on a parttime job at the Siouxland libraries to help pay the bills. Though I’d always loved libraries, Siouxland was where I realized that I truly loved the work librarians do and wanted that to be part of my path for the future. I loved the problem solving, the customer service, the programming, and all the countless things that libraries are to their communities. I was happy to accept my fulltime library position at Yankton Community Library in July 2012. The librarians in Yankton were like many others I had met along the way: intelligent, compassionate and always focused on being a positive and welcoming beacon in the community. I learned so many new things in this position and was encouraged to bring new ideas to the table to improve efficiency and expand the type of services we were offering. I was also motivated to continue my education and pursue my Master’s degree in Library and Information Science, which I completed in 2016. I have had so many inspirational mentors along the way that have led me to love libraries as much as I do today. However, after being recognized with this award, it has reinforced this love as well as my fondness for Yankton Community Library and this community, in particular. As Director, I’ve had great support from other city leaders as we work as a team to support the city’s mission to provide exemplary experiences, services and spaces that create opportunities for everyone to learn, engage and thrive. Over the years, our library has also been able to partner with multiple organizations and individuals to provide unique programming for our community, like our annual cemetery walk, teen tech tutors, hosting special presenters and so much more. Additionally, I have been lucky to meet so many people that love the library as much as I do. We have patrons who come in regularly, sometimes as often as every day to check out books or movies, use the computers, or just have a comfortable spot to read the daily papers. We may see someone when they are on vacation and just need quick computer access, or individuals who have never been to the library before but come to us for something they may need and don’t know where else to go, like help printing a document, navigating a new iPad, or where they can find information on a particular topic. We have also extended our services outside the library walls with our outreach programs where we deliver books to elderly, homebound, and daycares around town. It is a great feeling to know you made someone’s day just a little bit better. Truly, the library to me is not so much about the books on the shelves as it is about the peoplehelping, welcoming and hopefully inspiring whenever we can. So whether you visit us every day or have never been into the library before, we hope to see you soon!
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