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April 30, 2019 www.broadcasteronline.com Auctions Broadcaster Press 5 Land & Property • Antiques • Consignments • Farm • Auto & more... Upcoming Auctions Dakota Prairie Elementary In Brookings Earns National Recognition PIERRE, S.D. – The American School Counselor Association has announced Dakota Prairie Elementary in Brookings as a Recognized ASCA Model Program. The school will be honored at a recognition ceremony at ASCA’s annual conference in Boston in July. “I commend Dakota Prairie Elementary for earning this designation,” said Interim Secretary of Education Dr. Ben Jones. “It shows that school counselor Randi Hartman is leading a counseling program that is a highly effective, integrated piece of the school’s overall mission.” Dakota Prairie is the second school in South Dakota to earn this honor. Fred Assam Elementary in the Brandon Valley School District earned RAMP recognition Hitting The Road South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs As the newly appointed Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs, I spent most of January through March in Pierre discovering and learning our role during legislative session. With the introduction of 584 bills and resolutions, we monitored 37 bills that were military and veteran oriented. In my June column I will highlight the veteran related changes that will be effective July 1. With session behind me, I have hit the road and begun visiting county and tribal veterans service officers (VSOs). My goal is to visit all 66 county and nine tribal offices. Collectively, the VSOs file, on an average of 450 veterans claims per month. In our effort to enhance the lives of our veterans we need to be kept abreast of the challenges, and the roadblocks, our veterans are facing. Visiting the VSOs will provide me an overview of those issues and guide me in developing a battle plan. I encourage all veterans, and their families, to visit their respective county or tribal veterans service officer. They should always be your first point of contact. We have posted a link on our website to assist you in locating the VSO located nearest you: https://vetaffairs.sd.gov/veteransserviceofficers/locatevso.aspx. Our Department exists for one clear purpose: to repay our Nation’s debt of gratitude to its veterans each and every day. Serving America’s veterans by providing them timely access to benefits and quality care; from the day they first take their oaths of allegiance until the day they are laid to rest. America’s veterans are the pride of our nation. They have fought our wars, defended our shores, and kept us free. At the end of each day, our true measure of success will be the timeliness, the quality, and the consistency of the services and support we provide. We will be measured by our accomplishments, not our promises. Our veterans deserve nothing less. in 2016. The RAMP designation recognizes schools that are committed to delivering an exemplary comprehensive school counseling program. Honorees are awarded for aligning their program with the criteria in the ASCA National Model, a framework for a comprehensive, datadriven school counseling program. Since the program’s inception, more than 820 schools have been designated as RAMP recipients. RAMP applications are reviewed once a year and assessed in 12 different program areas. The next submission deadline is Oct. 15. For more information on the program, visit www.schoolcounselor. org/ramp. Abandon and Surplus Property Auction Friday, May 3, 2019 – 5:30 p.m. Abandon Vehicles: 1988 Oldsmobile Regency, 2014 Buick Regal, 2006 Chrysler Town & Country, 2000 Mercury Mystique, 1997 Ford F150, 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora, 2003 Chevrolet C10 Suburban, 1972 Aqua Trailer, 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander, 2007 Chevrolet Aveo, 1992 Cadillac Deville, 2006 Chevrolet Impala, 2000 Chevrolet Malibu, 2004 Ford Crown Victoria, 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier, 1990 Chevrolet 1500, 1985 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Abandon Bicycles – 30 City Surplus Property: MAC computer with keyboard and track pad mouse, pickup tool box, stainless steel cabinet, steel cabinet, drill bit sharpener, tire pressure scanner, misc. tires, 2005 dump box for pickup, backup tool box, 2 office chairs, activity table 48” diameter, three-piece wood and fabric play set, children’s chair, wood desk, 3-office chairs, 2- printer, 4-I-cop units, flat file cabinet, gray metal bins, typewriter, camera, VHS recorder, VHS player, projector, misc. computer cables, keyboards, cassette recorder, lettering machine, 2-computer Vehicles can be seen at Municipal Service Center at 115 West Duke, starting at 7:30 a.m. on May 3rd and all other property can be seen prior to the auction. The auctioneer will be Hazen Bye. All vehicles must be removed by 4:00 p.m. on May 13. ANTIQUES • COLLECTIBLES • COINS • TOYS AUCTION Saturday, May 4, 2019 AUCTION Starts @ 9:30am Lunch Available Located: Skylon Ballroom - 320 S. Robinson St. - Hartington, NE AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Please make your plans to join us for a portion of your day on Saturday, May 4th for this interesting Auction. There are several boxes yet to be unpacked. This Auction will move right along. Visit our web site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for many photos. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Oak Mission China/Buffet. Wooden Kitchen Cabinet. Medicine Cabinet. Wardrobe. Majestic Model 50 – “Grigsby Grunow Co.” Floor Model Radio. Edison Model C150 Disc Phonograph. Primitive Wooden Washing Machine, Belt Driven. Brass Bed. Old Floor Lamp. Primitive Pine Table Top Pigeon Hole Unit. “Wix” Oil Filter Metal Shelving Rack. (3) Wash Tubs on Stands. Keystone Wire Tub. Gum Display Rack. Wicker Baby Buggy. Coors Light/ Hamm’s Signs. Bud Light Lighted Sign. Falstaff Beer Lights. Primitive Wooden Wringer. Brass Grain Scale. John Deere Oil Bucket “James Sullivan- Laurel, NE”. John Deere & Deere & Mansur Cast Iron Planter Lids. John Deere Air Compressor. Several Cloth Seed Corn Sacks & Burlap Potato Sacks. Pony Express Chewing Tobacco Spittoon. Toy Ukulele. Vintage Cast Iron Heat Registers. Producers Hybrid Fiberglass Sign. Barn Lanterns, Old Pulleys, Metal Milk Crates. Custer’s Last Stand Anhuser Bush Picture. Old Bottles, Coca Cola Collectibles. Assortment of Pottery & Fancy Glassware. Costume Jewelry. 1919 Atlas of the World. Cast Iron Pieces, Vintage Clothes including wedding dress. Disney Collectibles, Old Pictures, Child’s Tin Dishes, Suitcases & Trunks. Several Small Wood Pieces, Childs Singer Sewing Machine. Marx Merry Go Round. PLUS, MANY MORE BOXES YET TO BE UNLOADED. CREAM & GREEN ENAMELWARE: Great Collection of Cream & Green Enamelware including many hard to find pieces. VINTAGE FISHING EQUIPMENT & HUNTING ITEMS: Nice Offering of Vintage Fishing Reels. Several BB Guns. Selection of Fishing Lures. STONEWARE: Redwing Mason Crock Fruit Jar. Redwing Open Crocks including 2,3, 12 Gallon Open Crocks. Blue Ribbon & Brown Top Jugs. Redwing Pottery Vase. Crock Churn Lids. FARM TOYS: Excellent offering of Ford Tractors including; TW60 4 x4, 9600, TW 30, 961 Power master, 4000,4600, 8000, 9600, TW-15, TW-5, TW-20. Allis Chalmers 190 Plus More. COINS: Small offering of Coins will be sold from a Separate Auction Ring @ 12:00 Noon. Including: American Silver Eagles, Silver Dollars Silver Quarters, Silver Dimes, Silver Certificates, Wheat Pennies, Indian Head Cents, Silver Half Dollars, Buffalo Nickels, V-Nickels, Shield Nickels, Large Cent, Proof & Uncirculated Coins, Two Cent Piece, Flying Eagle Cent & More. SEE www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM FOR LISTING & PHOTOS Terms: Cash or Bankable Check. Not Responsible For Accidents or Theft. Auction Conducted By: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. Hartington, NE AUCTIONEERS: RYAN CREAMER 402.254.9753 ALTON HEIMES 402.254.3315 ROGER JANSSEN: 402.388.4409 Market Yourself Increase your business’s exposure, build connections and multiply opportunities with effective print advertising. 20+ Acre Acreage Hobby Farm with 2-Story Home & Several Outbuildings Friday, May 10th at 4:00 pm Located: 29771 453rd Ave., Irene, SD From Irene: 1-mile East on Hwy 46 & ¾ Mile South on 453rd Ave. Legal: Lot 1 of Anderson’s Addition SE ¼ 6-95-53 Star Twp, Clay County, SD Taxes: $1,105.48 OPEN HOUSES: Wednesday, April 24th 6-7pm & Sunday, April 28th 1-2pm Properties like this don’t come up for sale very often, so don’t miss out! This acreage includes a 2-story home with the main floor consisting of a kitchen, front porch/mud room, bathroom w/walk-in shower, dining room, large family room & another room currently being used as a bedroom. Upstairs has 3 bedrooms all w/closets, plus additional storage space. House will include the 36” Gas Range in kitchen. Much of the home has nice hardwood floors and beautiful original woodwork & doors! There is 1,671 sq. feet of living space. Outside of home has a large deck on the East side and concrete patio. Steel roof has been added and nice vinyl siding. Propane wall furnace is used for heat. 500 gal. propane tank is owned by the sellers and will go with the property. Several usable outbuildings lay on the property as well! Buildings include a 2-car unattached garage, a large barn, 20’x40’ Granary, 40’x45’ open front machine shed and a 30’x60’ open front cattle shed! FSA shows there is 10.42 acres of crop land with the balance in building site, shelter belt & pasture. Crop land is currently under contract for 2019 and the new buyer will receive a $1,000 rent payment on Oct. 1 of 2019. Total property shows 21.18 surveyed acres. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to start a hobby farm, raise some cattle or just reside in the country! Tons of potential for expansion of more buildings or a future home. Crop land can be rented out for extra income or turned into food plots for wildlife, hay for livestock or large garden areas! Property sits just ¾ mile south of a major hwy on a quiet gravel road. Short 25-miles to Yankton, 30-miles to Vermillion and only 45-miles to the South end of Sioux Falls! Terms: $20,000 non-refundable down payment due the day of the auction with the balance due on closing, June 10th, 2019. Closing cost & Title Insurance split 50/50 between the buyer and seller. Clay County Title is the closing agent. Taxes prorated to the day of closing. Possession on closing. Auctioneers are acting as agents on behalf of the seller. Personal Property to sell after real estate; includes JD 4230, Farm Equip., Tools, Collectibles & Household. See full listing and tons of photos at www.GirardAuction.com! Randy & Janet Anderson – 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 Broadcaster Press 201 W Cherry St. • Vermillion • 624-4429
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