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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com A Busy Fall Season in the Senate finding the right job is easier than you think 2019. Resumes should be submitted to intern coordinator Kari Weller at kari_weller@rounds.senate. gov. Information about the internship program, along with the application, can be found online at www.rounds.senate.gov/ internships. Additional questions can be directed to Kari Weller at (605) 336-0486. Stop searching. The Help Wanted section of the Missouri Valley Shopper lists many possible new job opportunities. Find a career that’s right for you. 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 for great specials at your local restaurants! In Print and Online! AUCTIONS Auction Saturday, September 28, 2019 • 11:00 am At Site 31217 447th Mission Hill SD Direction: 3 East of Yankton on Hwy. 50 go South at 447th 0r 18 West of Vermillion om Hwy 50 and then go south on 447th to site. Owner: Ruben Wollman Full listing and photos go to dakotarealty.com Auctioneer notes: Terms: Cash, good check, or card (4% processing fee on cards) not responsible for accidents/theft. Items: 1965- Oliver 1650- Gas tractor with 250 Dwell loader (4075 Hhrs. Wide front), 8x12 shed with roll up door, picnic tables, pull behind sprayer, Rotor tiller, John Deere pull type brush hog, 197916ft. fishing boat 35 H.P. Johnson electric start with 12 volt trolling motor, propane grill, smoker, 6.5 H.P. John Deere self-propelled push mower with bagger, extension ladder, snapper 28” 12 H.P. motor riding mower with bagger, John Deere 42” riding lawn mower (LA 115) 19.5 H.P., air compressor, shovels, drills, FS-90-Stihl weed eater, Stihl blower, life jackets, large assortment of fishing rods, chains, large assortment of tools, 2 Stihl ms 180c chain saws, Stihl wood boss 028AV chain saw, Stihl 041AV chain saw, 8” drill press, electric weed eater, Black-Decker battery tiller, air conditioner, wood stove with blower propane tanks, lawn chairs, poker table, submersible 220 ¾ H.P. pump, fire ring, 2 fire pits, 3 pt. 8 ft. blade, bird feeders, water hoses, 1953 Chevy two-wheeled trailer, 2 wheel garden trailer, 500 gal. water tank, dolley cart, fert. spreader, 8x10 steel shed, Lincoln 60 welder, pot belly stove, cob box, 1-section drag, lead pot, ford toy tractor, 12x16 steel shed, glasswear, coolers, quilt stretcher, old pictures, 5 quilts, set lines, antique bug catcher, luggage, old wagon wheel, desk, antique dresser, old steel bed, duck decoys. Madsen Auction Service Gary Madsen • 605-638-0643 Auctioneer Jim Brady and Hazen Bye Sale day announcement take precedence. CLASSIFIEDS! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE! Large 2-Bedroom, Single Story Home in Wakonda 308 Ohio St. – Wakonda, SD Hardwood Floors – Big Rooms – Large Yard – Attached Garage! PRICE REDUCED TO $62,000! In Print and Online! • Call 665-5884 Donates to YHS Booster Club Lake Home on the Missouri River near Springfield, SD! 118 Coleman Rd. – Springfield, SD 54’x40’ Steel Building w/Living Quarters – 2-Bedrooms – 1 ½ Baths All at Sand Creek Recreational Area! Asking $179,900! Real Estate Coming at AUCTION! Wed., Sept. 18 – 33+ Acres w/3-Bedroom Home near Irene Tues., Sept. 24 – 133 + Acres of Prime Clay County Farmland Wed., Sept. 25 – 11+ Acre Acreage near Wentworth w/16 Outbuildings & 50K Bu. Of Grain Storage! Thur., Sept. 26 – 19-Unit Apartment Building in Yankton! Thur., Nov. 7 – 400+/- Acres of Clay County Farmland Sold in 5-Tracts! If you’re looking to Buy or Sell Real Estate; Give Us a Call! We are members of a National MLS Group and can have your property marketed to the whole country & get you the exposure you need! Call Mike at (605) 661-7167 for a free no-obligation visit on how we can market YOUR property and get you the most money! Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Ken Girard, CAI—Broker, Mike Girard, CAI—BA, Scott Moore--Auctioneer Rescheduled Pictured left to right: Ang Byykkonen, Missouri Valley Shopper Marketing Representative; Sondra Jensen, YHS Booster Club; Beth Rye, Missouri Valley Shopper Marketing Representative. The Missouri Valley Shopper recently presented the Yankton High School Booster Club with a generous donation. This donation was made possible through the area businesses that participated with advertising on the Yankton High School Athletic calendars. The Missouri Valley Shopper wishes to thank the Booster Club for the many great things they do and also sincere thanks to the businesses for their sponsorship of the athletic calendar. The businesses that generously sponsored the athletic calendar are: when you’ve got the right direction Check out the M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y PIERRE– Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) today announced that he is currently accepting internship applications for spring 2020. The deadline to apply for internships in his Washington, D.C., Pierre, Rapid City and Sioux Falls offices is Tuesday, October 15, 2019. College credit is available. Duties in the Washington, D.C., office may include tracking legislation, researching bills, attending committee hearings and briefings, leading tours of the U.S. Capitol, handling constituent phone calls, sorting mail and providing legislative support. Duties in the South Dakota offices include researching constituent inquiries and requests, participation in outreach activities, assisting staff on special projects, handling phone calls and constituent requests and sorting mail. In all offices, students will work closely with constituents and staff, polish their research and writing skills and gain an in-depth understanding of a Senate office. Interested college students should complete the online internship application and submit a resume no later than Tuesday, October 15, Trump last November, and awaits action in the House of Representatives. If enacted, it would create additional opportunities for U.S. ag producers and manufacturers to increase trade with Canada and Mexico, two of our largest trading partners. I urge Speaker Pelosi to act on the USMCA soon. The Senate stands ready to pass it once it comes to our chamber. We have plenty of work to get done over the next few months, and I’m looking forward to it. The input and ideas you give me when I’m home help me to make better decisions for you when I’m in Washington. Thank you for visiting with me over August, and please continue to share your concerns with me. I can always be contacted through my offices in South Dakota or Washington, or online at www.rounds.senate.gov/ contact. There’s something for everyone... IN THE Rounds Accepting Spring 2020 Internship Applications Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, is a priority for me as well. Both the Senate and House passed their versions of the NDAA this summer, but we now must work out the differences between the two bills before they can be signed into law by the president. Historically, the NDAA is a bill that passes with strong support from both sides of the aisle, in both chambers of Congress. It includes provisions related to the next-generation stealth bomber, the B-21 Raider, which will be based at Ellsworth Air Force Base. The NDAA will help to rebuild our military, restore our combat advantage, build a more efficient and effective force and improve the lives of military members and their families. Last but not least, we need to pass the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, or the USMCA. The USMCA is a free trade agreement that would replace NAFTA. It was signed by President MV Shopper MV Shopper in session, we’ve got a lot of work to get done. We will continue confirming federal judges, who will serve lifetime appointments. Congress must also finalize our annual appropriations bills. We passed a two-year budget agreement this summer that was negotiated by the president, House leadership and Senate leadership. The deal prioritizes spending for the military and for our veterans while simultaneously avoiding a default on our debt, taking steps to avoid an unnecessary and costly shutdown and ending the threat of sequestration for two years. Negotiators also agreed to no “poison pills” that could sink an appropriations bill by including partisan language. We’ll spend the next few weeks making progress on the appropriations bills and work to avoid a government shutdown this fall. Finalizing the National M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y By Sen. Mike Rounds The Senate is back in session, which means we are traveling back to Washington for votes, committee hearings and meetings with constituents who visit the Capitol to advocate for their issues. In August we had our instate work period, which gave me the opportunity to meet with many South Dakotans in communities across the state. We attended fairs, met with veterans, spoke to community groups, held a field hearing to address the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ management of the Missouri River and simply visited with people over coffee. It is important to me to hear directly from South Dakotans about the issues they’re concerned with so I can work to address them when I’m in Washington. South Dakota is the best place in the world because of our people. I’m always grateful to South Dakotans who take time out of their busy lives to visit with me. Now that we’re back September 17, 2019 • Page 17 Applied Engineering, Inc. Charlie’s Pizza/Chuck Stop Chesterman Company Collision Center, The Czeckers Sports Bar & Grill Dakota Archery & Outdoor Sports Dakota Plains Ag Center, LLC First Chiropractic Centers, P.C. First Dakota National Bank Fox Stop, The Gary’s Repair & Towing Great Western Bank H&H Roofing Harding Glass Hydro Koch Insurance Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. Larry’s Heating & Cooling M.T. & R.C. Smith Insurance, Inc. Mead Lumber Midwest Insurance Agency, Inc. Mount Marty College Northtown Automotive Olson’s Pest Technicians Opsahl-Kostel Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. Parker Peloton Physical Therapy RTEC, Inc. Shurco Slowey Construction, Inc. State Farm Insurance/ Roy Wilcox Vishay Wintz & Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. Yankton Motorsports Yankton Surgical Associates, P.C. estate auction Saturday, Sept. 21 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: 102 Wood Street, Spring?eld, SD From west end of Main Street 1 block west to Pine Street then south VEHICLES: 2008 Ford Taurus SE, 3.5 liter, sunroof, 71,300 miles; 1993 Ford Ranger XLT, 4x4, auto. SHOP, LAWN & GARDEN: Craftsman 17 1/2 h.p. 42” rider; 14” wood band saw; heavy duty drill press; air compressor; bench grinder; elec. saws, sanders; power tools; cordless tools; dremmel; battery chargers; vise; tap and dies; punch set; socket & wrench sets; misc. hand tools; forks, shovels, etc.; wood clamps; shop vac; lawn wagon; wheel barrow; bikes; ladders; shop shelves; trimmers; leaf blowers; lawn and garden tools and supplies; lawn chairs; coolers; golf clubs; Tele Star telescope; ?sh rods, reels and tackle; camping items plus much more HOUSEHOLD: Chest & upright freezers; Kenmore auto. washer and dryer; elec. lift chair, near new; sofas; recliners; easy chairs; dining table and chairs; kitchen table and chairs; queen bed; single beds; dressers; chests of drawers; book cases; cabinets; stands and shelves; entertainment center; 42” ?at screen TV; small ?at screen TV; desk; of?ce chairs; ?le; bamboo table & chairs; wicker furniture; patio furniture; bar cart; child’s table and chairs; dehumidi?er; vacs; fans; radios; clocks; pictures; wall hangings; lamps; toy chests; toys; games; books; hanidcap items; fancy work; bedding; blankets; towels; microwave; small elec. appliances; silverware; dish sets; cookware; canning supplies, plus many more kitchen and household supplies of every descrition COLLECTIBLES: Cedar chest; handmade quilts; costume jewelry; kerosene lamp; collectible glass; many Louis Lamour books, plus more Harvey & Sue Erickson Estate Peterson Auctioneers TERMS: Cash www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Not Responsible for Accidents Glen Peterson, RE #234
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