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Broadcaster Press 7 September 18, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Find the right job for you! Check Out The Broadcaster Help Wanted Section! 201 W Cherry Vermillion 624-4429 3 Bedroom Home in Centerville, SD Wednesday, October 10th at 6:00 pm Located: 940 Washington Street, Centerville, SD (West side of Scandia Lutheran Church) Legal: Lts 13 & 14, Blk 5, Rowley’s Addn, City of Centerville, Turner County SD Taxes: $1,510.35 OPEN HOUSES: Thursday, September 20th from 6-7pm & Saturday, September 22nd from 10-11am The main floor consists of a kitchen, living room, full bath, utility room, and one bedroom. Upstairs has 2 bedrooms. Home has an oversized attached 2 car garage connected by a 4-seasons room with a built-in fireplace. Home has partial basement. Natural gas furnace. This home has a lot of potential has a permanent residence or a nice rental. Home has large yard, plenty big enough for garden and kids play area. Large mature trees adorn the property as well. Has alley access to back side of the house and sits on a nice corner lot on the corner of Washington & Dakota Streets. There is a concrete driveway leading to the garage and a concrete patio on the back of the house. Make your plans to attend one of our open houses or call Girard Auction for a viewing. TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment due day of auction with balance on closing of Nov 12, 2018. Title insurance and closing costs will be split 50/50 between the buyer and seller. Possession on closing. Taxes prorated to day of closing. Gary Ward, attorney is the closing agent. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the sellers. JUSTIN & WENDY THOMPSON - Owners 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 Fallen Heroes Honored With SD National Guard Memorial By Sgt. Carl Johnson 129th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment RAPID CITY, S.D. - The South Dakota National Guard dedicated a new memorial plaza, Sept. 8, on Camp Rapid to honor 171 fallen SDNG soldiers who died in various wars or conflicts since the organization's formation in 1862. The memorial pays tribute to the service and sacrifice of these fallen heroes who were active members of the SDNG and died while deployed during federal service. The soldiers and their families were honored in several ways including the playing of taps, firing a cannon, a Black Hawk helicopter flyover and speeches by distinguished guests. South Dakota Lt. Gov. Matt Michels and Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch, adjutant general of the SDNG, made speeches honoring the memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service of their state and country. "I wanted to give a complete picture and give due credit to honor every family who lost a soldier," said Reisch. "It's long overdue but we got it right, and it's something we can be proud of. In talking with the family members, they are appreciative of what we did here. We are not going to forget about these soldiers." Several family members of the fallen attended the dedication, including the family of Chief Warrant Officer 2 Paul J. Pillen, who gave his life in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. "Paul was a fantastic young man who loved being in the National Guard," said Gary Pillen, his father. "I love the memorial. It will allow people to come here and remember their sacrifice." The importance of the memorial and the extent of sacrifice were further emphasized by CW2 Pillen's daughter. "It means a lot to have this place," said Kaylee Pillen, while holding back tears. "It's a way to make sure he is not forgotten. I feel really to close to him." The memorial plaza includes a metallic globe, stone wall and metal plaques with the names of all known South Dakota Guardsmen who lost their lives during the Spanish-American War/Philippine Insurrection, World War I, World War II, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. "People will come here 50 years from now and they will see the names, and maybe it will be children, grandchildren or great grandchildren that will know that the South Dakota National Guard is appreciative of what their family member did," said Reisch. Auction 7 Acre Acreage with 1-1/2 Story – 4 bedroom Home At Tuesday, October 9th • 6:00 PM OPEN HOUSES: Thursday, September 20th, and Thursday, September 27th, from 6-7pm each day Located: 45608 300th Street, Alcester, SD From Alcester: 1 mile North, 2 3/4 mile West OR from Beresford: 3 miles East on Hwy 46, 3 miles South, 1 mile East This acreage consists of a 4-bedroom home with 1 bath and 1,496 square feet of living space on the main floor. There is a large kitchen with built-in cabinets and nice pantry. Living room has gas fireplace and picture window. Rest of the main level has 2-bedrooms with closets, full bath and utility room. Upstairs is paritally finished with 2 more bedrooms and storage area. The home has a propane heater and water heater. Roof had new shingles 5 years ago. This property has 2 sheds, a great wind break and approximately a ½ acre of good farmland that would be a great spot for a garden. Property also has a 500 gallon propane tank. There is plenty of room for expansion, large garden, pets and livestock! Make your plans to attend one of our open houses or call Girard Auction for a viewing. Legal and correct acres to be determined by survey. Taxes will also be determined after the new buyer takes possession. TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment due day of auction with balance due on closing day of Nov 9, 2018. Title insurance & closing costs will be split between buyer and seller. Possession on closing. Taxes will be prorated to closing. Tom Freeburg, attorney is the closing agent. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. DOUGLAS W JOHNSON – owner 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 5+ Acre Acreage with 3-Bedroom Home plus Personal Property 12:00 • Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 Sunday, September 23rd at 2:00 PM National Guard Armory (603 Princeton) Vermillion, SD Full listing and photos go to dakotarealty.com NOTICE TIME OF AUCTION Auctioneer notes: Terms: Cash, good check, or card (4% processing fee on cards) not responsible for accidents/theft. Roy & Cheri Devor- Various small glass, ceramic figurines, ceramic pitchers and bowls, small corked bottles, scented candles, glasses and jars, glass coal oil lamps, metal coal oil lamps, various glass chimneys, two lane cedar chests, carousel ornaments, antique glass front wooden cabinet w/ wooden shelves, cabinet w/glass doors and side panels, various ceramic carousel horses with bases, four wooden bookcases w/ 4 shelves, Craftsman chipper/shredder, cement mixer w/electric motor & motor box, 3ft Craftsman disc for garden tractor, 3ft Craftsman spring tooth harrow duo, 3 ft Craftsman 5 HP tiller, round composter w/handle to turn on 3ft high stand, light oak grandfather 3 brass weights & pendulum. Guest- Patterns & fabric, material, upholstery, bead books, beads and supplies, electrical and cables, misc. office supplies, perfume collection, various household items, linens, misc. home décor, metal home décor, shelves, wreath hooks, picture/plate/towel holders, baskets, candles, 4th of July décor, crystal, princess house, silver tray, silver server w/lid, glassware, zebra mirror, Ruth Burke prints(Barcelona), Pepsi straw holder, Onate wooden frame, set of 3 metal candle holders, wind holder/candle holder, metal easel(black), tri-fold metal room screen w/multiple votive candle holders, Vogue cover, grapevine themed metal table w/Cooper top shelf and lower shelf, antique wood table w/5 legs, antique 1940’s or 50’s scallop chair, desk w/matching chairs, cabinet, repurposed table w/wine theme, table w/musical instrument, end tables, Dr’s Exam stool(1950’s), ornate wooden chairs, square wooden decorative box/stool, black wicker glass end table, glass top coffee table, Pier 1 furniture and home décor, director chairs w/various canvas seats/backrests, white orchid in green ceramic pot, 2 door, multi shelf wooden cabinet w/iron doors, high back fabric chairs, wicker 2 cushion sofa w/end table, multi-drawer chest, garden bench and cushion, gargoyle garden statue, black metal chaise lounge, lg. ceramic pots, fan, totes and storage, ironing board, drying rack, garden tooks, Nordic track w/bookholder and monitor, old windows, white metal storage tower w/metal basket, Ralph Lauren purse, Ski-Doo woman’s snowmobile jacket, Ski-Doo snowmobile helmet, ATV helmet, Burton snowboard, AM/FM receiver, 5 CD, fall wreath, plastic Easter bunny, small evergreen trees w/lights, totes of Christmas décor, Christmas tree w/lights. Irene Alonzo- Montgomery ward garden tiller, Snapper riding motor w/bagger 65 hp. Montgomery ward 26” snow blower 8 hp., battery charger, Echo 28- E chainsaw, long tree pruner, hand tools, apple picker, steel patio set, extension ladder, end tables, couch, bedroom set, grandfather clock, bike, ping pong table. Ella Layne- Kitchen table, #5 Redwing crock, stereo w/speakers, new Whirlpool 12 ga. hot water heater, filing cabinets, antique milking stool, antique smoking stand, pressure cooker, canning jars, old toys, end tables w/stove tops, 2 swivel rockers, smiled the pig milk pitcher, quilt stand, take wood shelving units, 2-children wicker chairs, patio table w/4 chairs, air compressor, Coleman stove and lantern, antique thermos, ½” bench grinder, Ryobi saws all, battery charger, new Craftsman tow behind spreader, antique toys, misc. garden tools, chicken water, sled, skate board, fair bauks antique scale, shop vac, electric rotor tiller, MTD lawn mower. Gary Groves- Hunting clothes, vest & gear, storage cabinet, 2 air pumps for bikes, bench VICE, 2 battery chargers, sump pump, BB gun, 4 sanders, hand cor, 4 electric saws, tools, knives & sharpening stone, rugs, hanging plant bracket, pond pump sanitizer, tree fertilizer tool, cordless trimmer, electric knife, chains, 3/8” air impact knife, ceramic tile cutters, Mikita cordless drill set, propane 2-burner camping stove, propane heat lamp, 2 camping lanterns, ice cream maker, Koss head phones, fishing depth finder, turkey cooker, electric grills, lg., tool box, tote of kitchenware, tote of doll house crafts, 8 fishing tackle boxes filled w/tackle, 3 various size fishing tackle & gear containers, lamp, various size mason jars, small bird bath, fishing poles(12) & holder (garage mount), desk, shelving unit, rugs, camping items, wine rack, room humidifier, space saver radio & portable radio, dishwasher/ glassware/cookware, rotissierre oven, quilt rack, blood pressure monitor, misc. household items, folding table, weed eater, Christmas tree, beddings, air purifier, jewelry box, glass front wood cabinet, lg. white storage cabinet w/casters, metal wardrobe on coaters, wooden storage box w/handles, dressers, mirror, recliner, 4 clocks, electric twin size bed w/ headboard, air purifier, 4 step stools, table saw, band saw, trailer hitch carrier, Toro snow blower, bow & arrows. Madsen Auction Service Gary Madsen 605-638-0643, Auctioneer Jim Brady and Hazen Bye Great Location - Just minutes from Beresford and I-29 Located: 46812 Komstad Street, Beresford, SD From Beresford Exit off I-29: 2 1/2miles West on Hwy 46, 4 1/2miles South on Greenfield Road or from Junction of Hwys 46 & 19 (south of Centerville): 6 miles East on Hwy 46, 4 1/2miles South on Greeenfield Road or from Wakonda/Alcester Exit of I-29: 2 ½ Miles West on 302nd St. & ½ Mile North on Greenfield Road. This 1 1/2story home has 1848 sq ft of living area. The main floor consists of the kitchen with all the appliances (all black including LG glass top range, Whirlpool refrigeration, microwave & dishwasher); 2 nice size bedrooms, full bath, large carpeted family room with picture windows, dining area with built in collenades. Upstairs has a large bedroom with walk in closet, den with built in desk, built in drawers and lots of storage room. Partial basement with 3/4bath, utility hook ups with Maytag washer & dryer. The home has a propane furnace, central air, Marathon water heater. The home is hooked to rural water. Shingles and septic tank in recent years. There is an unattached 2 car garage, insulated with window air and older barn. Great wind break on property. Correct legal and acres will be determined by survey. Real Estate will sell first followed by personal property. TERMS on Real Estate: 10% nonrefundable down payment due day of auction with balance due on closing on October 23rd, 2018. Title insurance and closing costs will be split 50/50 between buyer and seller. Clay County Abstract & Title Co will be the closing agent. Taxes will be prorated to day of closing. Possession on closing. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Cream cans, copper boiler, wash board, lots & lots of toys some from the 1950’s, tinker toys, Lincoln logs, Fireball lunch box, chemistry lab, erector sets, books, cap collection, bouncy horse, school teachers desk from Bethel School, pot belly stove from Stoners Rooming House, bicycles; FURNITURE & MISC: Estate elec dryer-like new; chest of drawers; Kenmore sewing machine with cabinet; Gas Grill; desk; computer desk; key board; end tables; lamps; new printer; pots; pans; dishes; electrical appliances; picture frames; lawn mower; garden tools; hand tools; 300 gal fuel tank & stand; old boat & trailer; old pop up camper. Terms on Personal Property: Cash, Good Check, Visa, MasterCard. SD Sale tax applies. See www.GirardAuction.com for several pictures. JOYCE LUNDQUIST REV LIVING TRUST – Owner 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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