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March 10, 2014 Volume 2 • Issue #27 Published by Sean & Lynette Athey • Serving Northeast South Dakota & West Central Minnesota • Advertising Information 605-541-0110 •

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What do you call a big Irish spider? Paddy-long-legs!


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How can you tell if an Irishman is having a good time? He's Dublin over with laughter!!


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An Irishman was flustered not being able to find a parking space in a large mall's parking lot. "Lord," he prayed, "I can't stand this. If you open a space up for me, I swear I'll give up drinking me whiskey, and I promise to go to church every Sunday." Suddenly, the clouds parted and the sun shone on an empty parking spot. Without hesitation, the man said,"Never mind, I found one."


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Publisher's Corner by Sean Athey Hello Everyone! Glad I am getting a few minutes to put down some words here. We have been very busy with the paper the last few weeks getting ready for a great year (as soon as Old Man Winter and Mother Nature get their differences worked out... or, as Lynette is fond of saying "They need marriage counseling!" We hope you are all staying safe out there, we have seen some treacherous roads in the past few weeks as we do our best to bring our fun-filled paper to all our towns. We hope you enjoy this one! Tidbits Community Pages I wanted to take a moment to thank all our valued advertisers, especially our Community Page sponsors. We feel we have come up with a great program that benefits everyone - a win, win, win situation as I like to call it. The first winners are the readers all across Northeast South Dakota and West Central Minnesota. By picking up a copy of Tidbits, they not only see what's happening in their town, but they can check out what's happening in the surrounding cities and towns as well. The second winners are the


community-minded businesses that bring their services and products to you through the sponsorship of their town's page in Tidbits. The program we created is very inexpensive and comes with many benefits including discounted pricing on other advertising during the year and links from the website to their website or Facebook page, plus access to the calendar for their unique business events and specials. The third winner, if all goes right, is Tidbits. We get to continue to bring our paper to you for free each and every week, and keep food on our table doing something we love to do - entertain people. Please do us a favor and let your local businesses know you see them in Tidbits and thank them for supporting a fun, free and family-friendly publication. Thanks so much for picking up this paper. We appreciate it! Sean & Lynette Athey


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Monday March 10 • Teen Tech Week event 3:30pm – 5:00pm • Citizens for Big Stone Lake Ortonville 7:00pm – 8:30pm Library Hours Tuesday March 11, Monday Thursday • GED (media center) 2pm-6pm 11am-7pm • Big Stone Art Council - 6:30pm Friday 12-5pm • Member Art Gathering - 7pm Saturday 10am-3pm Wednesday, March 12 • Chamber Board Meeting, 12pm-2pm Thursday, March 13 • 3pm Lego club/ Story time • 3:30pm Robotics Club • 7pm Bonnie Klitzcke - Corned beef, cabbage and a bit of O'blarney program. Irish show 7pm-9pm

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Monday March 10th - School board meeting. Tuesday March 11th - BBB Regions in Sisseton. Wednesday March 12th - Worship at Hope Lutheran-supper at 6:00, service at 7:00. Thursday March 13th - End of the 3rd Quarter. It is Pi Day!!! GBB State Tourney in Huron. Friday March 14th - GBB State Tourney in Huron. Saturday March 15th - GBB State Tourney in Huron. Sunday, March 16th -10:30am Worship with Communion at Hope Lutheran Coming Events: April 5, 2014 Pinochle Tourney in Summit. Contact Lynn Quale at 398-6111 to register. Summit Fire Department's annual Soup/Sandwich 5:00-? at the firehall.

May your blessings outnumber The Shamrocks that grow And may trouble avoid you Wherever you go.

Arlyn Wohlleber, CLTC Financial Services Professional 415 S Main Street, Suite 301 PO Box 98 Aberdeen, SD 57402-0098 Direct (605) 225-3382 Cell (605) 880-7088 Fax (605) 225-3388 E-mail: Insurance Representative of MassMutual. Registered Representative of and offers securities through MML Investors Services, LLC, a member of the MassMutual Financial Group, OSJ 901 Marquette Ave Suite 2600. Minneapolis MN 55402 (612) 333-1413. MassMutual Financial Group is a marketing name for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) and its affiliated companies and sales representatives, Springfield MA 01111-0001. Local sales agencies are not subsidiaries of MassMutal or its affiliated companies.

May the winds of fortune sail you, May you sail a gentle sea. May it always be the other guy who says, "this drink's on me.

March 10 - School Board Meeting 7PM March 11 - BBB Regions - Sisseton - 6PM March 12 - End of 3rd Quarter March 13 - NO SCHOOL - Spring Break GBB State Tourney March 14 - NO SCHOOL - Spring Break GBB State Tourney March 15 - GBB State Tourney March 17 - St Patrick's Day ECC Spelling Bee at Wilmot. School Dismisses at 12:30

• On March 17, 1834, Gottlieb Daimler, who in 1890 founded an engine and car company bearing his name, is born in Germany. In 1885, he and Wilhelm Maybach developed a new version of the four-stroke internal-combustion engine, which they attached to a wooden bicycle, creating what has been referred to as the world’s first motorcycle. • On March 19, 1842, French writer de Balzac’s play “Les Ressources de Quinola” opens to an empty house, thanks to a failed publicity stunt. Hoping to create a buzz, the writer circulated a rumor that tickets were sold out. Unfortunately, most of his fans stayed home. • On March 20, 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe’s anti-slavery novel, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” is published. The book was so widely read that when President Abraham Lincoln met Stowe, he reportedly said, “So this is the little lady who made this big war.” • On March 22, 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Beer and Wine Revenue Act. The law levied a federal tax on all alcoholic beverages to raise revenue for the federal government and gave individual states the option to impose further regulations. • On March 18, 1942, the War Relocation Authority is created to “take all people of Japanese descent into custody.” Earl Warren (who would go on to become chief justice of the Supreme Court) claimed that a lack of evidence of sabotage among the Japanese population proved nothing, as they were merely biding their time. • On March 21, 1963, Alcatraz Prison in San Francisco Bay closes down and transfers its last prisoners. At its peak use in 1950s, “The Rock,” or “America’s Devil Island,” housed more than 200 inmates at the maximum-security facility. • On March 23, 1983, Barney Clark dies, 112 days after becoming the world’s first recipient of a permanent artificial heart. The 61year-old dentist spent the last four months of his life at the University of Utah Medical Center attached to a 350-pound console that pumped air in and out of the aluminum-and-plastic implant through a system of hoses. © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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• My family’s spring-cleaning checklist is in full effect. Some people dread seasonal chores, but I relish the sense of accomplishment that comes from a job well done. With the right planning, and some helpful tips, spring cleaning can be a breeze. Here are some of the best we have to share. -- JoAnn • “Stainless steel appliances are very popular, and in the kitchen, they get plenty of chances to get fingerprinted up. My appliance guy recommended using a light-mist, wax-based aerosol dusting spray once or twice a week to keep my stainless steel appliance fronts looking their best.” -- R.C. in North Carolina • “In the closet, we all want to pare away unused items, but sometimes it seems like you wear clothes that you don’t. Turn all the clothes hangers the opposite way (facing out instead of in). When you use an item and it is returned to the closet, replace the hanger normally.


In a few months, if an item has not been worn, it will be apparent. If it’s not likely to be worn, it should go. • Spring is a wonderful time to clean the walls inside your house. It clears away hidden dust and really freshens a room. Clean painted walls by dusting them first with a dry mop, then washing with a rag dampened in water. If you need a little extra oomph -- say, in the kitchen or bath -- add a couple drops of mild dish soap. • New drapes or even new pillow covers in a fabulous pattern can really jazz up a room. Consider switching smaller furniture accents between common rooms or a fresh furniture arrangement to change it up. • Keep a bottle of club soda handy for spot stains on carpets or upholstery. It’s good for more than just drinks. Send your tips to Now Here’s a Tip, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475 or e-mail JoAnn at © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.


for 12 year old Kylie Kasuske

who was critically injured in a bicycle accident, is to be held on March 16 from 11:00am - 1:00pm at the Speedway Events Center. Free will Spaghetti Feed & a Silent Auction with proceeds going to help with medical expenses, not covered by her family's health insurance. Supplementing funds by: Thrivent Financial, Grant County, Chapter 30581

Milbank Events March 10 - Cancer Support Group. Conference Room at Milbank Area Hospital Avera. Call Corrine McCulloch for more information 605-432-3290 March 11 - Soccer Registration. 5:30pm-7pm, Peace Lutheran Church. Call 605-432-6028 for more info March 12 - AA Meeting. 8pm Grant County Courthouse basement, 210 E. 5th Av. Milbank. Use southeast entrance March 13 - NO SCHOOL / Soccer Registration 5:30pm-7pm, Peace Lutheran Church. Call 605-432-6028 for more info March 14 - NO SCHOOL March 15 - Women's Health Expo. Sponsored by Avera Healthcare, 2nd Annual No Boys Allowed. 6:30pm at the Milbank High School. Registration is required, please call 605-432-4538 or email: March 16 - Kylie Kasuske Benefit. 11am-1pm Speedway Event Center, Milbank March 17 - Technical Workshop. 6:45pm Grant County Public Library. For information call 432-6543 St. Patrick's Day Parade Main Street, Corona. 4:30pm HS Track and Field and 7-12 Girls Golf will start on Monday, March 17. HS Boys Tennis will start on Thursday, March 20. SUBMIT YOUR MILBANK EVENTS THROUGH THE COMMUNITY EVENT SUBMISSION PAGE

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Q: Do you have any news on the reincarnation of NBC’s “Heroes”? Q: Is it true that Brooke Burke-Charvet won’t be back as co-host of “Dancing with -- Daniel G., Birmingham, Ala. A: NBC has confirmed that it will air a 13-episode the Stars”? I hope not, “miniseries event” called “Heroes Reborn,” to air because I really like her! in 2015. It is being billed as a stand-alone series, -- Fiona D., via email but no word yet on which, if any, characters from A: Hot on the heels of the sudden ouster of music the original series will be resurrected. According director Harold Wheeler and his 28-person orchestra, the to the show’s website: “NBC will launch a digital folks at “DWTS” have created another shakeup in the series prior to the 2015 premiere that will introduce firing of Brooke, who’s to be replaced by season 11’s the characters and new storylines. This leveraging third-place finisher, Fox sports reporter Erin Andrews. of social media is a way for fans to re-engage with Beginning this fall, Erin will join perennial host Tom what was one [of] the true pioneers in multiplatform Bergeron for season 18 of the hit dancing-competition storytelling.” show. ••• As for the show’s musical accompaniment, word Q: What are Michael J. Fox’s plans now that his is that the show will use sound recordings and a small sitcom has been canceled? -- Kathy I., via email electric band to attract a younger audience. To me, this is A: Michael will return later this season to “The a huge mistake: Part of the show’s appeal was its elegant, Brooke Burke-Charvet Good Wife” as Louis Canning for a multi-episode, big-band ballroom feel that Harold and his orchestra season-ending story arc. As for “The Michael J. Fox Show,” a represenprovided. To replace that with a small electric band? No, thank you.


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tative at NBC says that the network will air the remaining episodes at some point this season. Also pulled from NBC’s Thursday night lineup, freshman comedy “Sean Saves the World,” starring “Will and Grace” favorite Sean Hayes. ••• Q: One of my favorite shows is TNT’s “Cold Justice.” Can you tell me if there will be a third season? -- A Reader, via email A: Unless something incredibly crazy happens between now and renewal time, “Cold Justice” is a shoo-in for a season-three pickup. TNT recently announced that season two, which is currently airing, has been extended by six episodes to air this summer. “Cold Justice,” which airs on Fridays at 8 p.m. ET/PT, follows former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and former crime-scene investigator Yolanda McClary as they dig into murder cases that have gone unsolved for years. Working with local law enforcement, they are helping bring about real results in real time for the police, investigators, district attorneys and families who have worked tirelessly on these cold cases for years. Write to Cindy at King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475; or e-mail her at © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Haybuster 2650 bale processor, 2007, RH discharge, hyd deflector, new flails..... $11,800 Haybuster 1100 tilt, 2005, tub grinder, hammers excellent, small 1000pto, corn hopper attachment, 6”&7”screens................. Just In Knight 3300 mixer wagon, LH 3 auger discharge, reel type mixer wagon, scale....$7,800 Knight 3036 mixer wagon, 3 auger LH discharge, 360 cu ft, reel, scale..... Just In Vermeer BP8000, bale processor, 2007, RH discharge, 1000pto, only processed 400 bales..............................................$13,900 Highline CFR650 bale processor, 2013, RH discharge, hyd deflector.....$16,800 Meyer 2550 manure spreader, 550 bu, 1000 pto, hyd apron chain, poly floor and sides, dual beater, dual floor chain, slop gate.......$15,500 Meyerink 480 mixer wagon, RH discharge, scale............................$27,000 Meyers 2550 manure spreader........................................................$16,700 Meyers 2425 manure spreader, horizontal beaters, slop gate.........$14,600


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Friesen Titan 4 SE seed tender, honda motor, 6” conveyor tube, paddle belt, 4 probox capacity, no trailer.............................................$7,400 Great Plains YP1625A-32TR twin row, 16 row 30’’, 32 row twin, 150 bu , starter fertilizer, no tanks, pull hitch,hyd drive, markers, 32 res managers, swath............................................................ $114,500 Great Plains YP1625-3115 planter, 15’’ x 31 rows,150 bu seed, liq pump, rear hitch, coulters all rows, floating res man 16 rows, corn and bean meters....................................................$78,000 Great Plains YP1625A-3115 planter, 2010, air pro, 15’’ spacing 31 rows, swath, 82 bu seed, 400 liq fert, mud smith wheels, hyd seed drive, markers, corn and bean plates..........................$109,900 Friesen 240 240 unit, split tank, honda motor, electric speed control, Ag Systems heavy duty trailer...........................................$9,800


Demco 1000x60 sprayer, Raven 440 monitor, hyd booms, new hyd pump, tandem wheels..................................................... Just In Blumhardt sprayer, 1100x80’ single nozzles, hyd up and down, hyd tip lift, tandem axle, rinse tank, 440 Raven..............................$7,300 Summers 1500x90 sprayer, 2001, 1500 gal, 90’ , triple nozzles, 18.4x38 adj axles and axle extentions, 3 boom sections, raven controller, rinse tank...........................................................$18,900 Top Air 1100x80’, 440 Raven, 3 way nozzles, 3 section shuit off, black boom, x-fold, rinse tank, 13.6-38 tires.................................$13,500 Top Air 1100x80’ X fold, all hyd fold boom, triple nozzles, rinse, raven monitor, hyd pump,3 section boom 13.6x38 tires...............$12,000 Top Air 1600-120, 450 raven, 6 section boom, 5 way nozzles, axle susp., 14.9x46 duals, foamer, electric rinse and agitation, 3’’ bottom fill................$44,800 Top Air 1600-120, 450 raven, 6 section boom, axle susp., 14.9x46 duals, power glide ht control, accuboom section control, Raven Envisio plus............$48,000

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Watertown Events and Happenings


March 10 - Watertown High School Chorus Concert - DD Miller Auditorium - 7:30pm March 14 - John Conlee - 8pm SOLD OUT March 16 - Dakota Sioux Casino Hold 'Em Tournament - 4pm. Call 1-800-658-4717 ext. 1686 for more details & to enter to play.

Watertown High School March 10 - Watertown High School Chorus Concert - DD Miller Auditorium - 7:30pm Watertown Christian School March 14 & 15 - Fundraiser 50's Doo Wop Diner Theater (4 Course Meal & Entertainment) - 6:30pm. Call (605) 882-0949 for more details.

Watertown Regional Library 160 Sixth St. N.E. Watertown, SD 57201-0250 605-882-6220 • Hours: M - Th - 9:30am - 9pm Fri - 9:30am - 6pm • Sat - 9:30am - 5pm Sun - 1pm - 5pm

Great Plains Lutheran School March 10 - Track Begins March 13 - MN West Tech Visit - 10:30am March 14 - End of 3rd Quarter March 14- 16 WELS Band Fest - St. Croix - All-Day


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Q: Although I don’t collect Pez candy dispensers, I have three, all depicting characters from the Peanuts comic strip. In addition to Snoopy, I have Charlie Brown and Lucy. I have been told they are collectible. -- Art, Hammond, La. A: There are several versions of the ones you mention. The Snoopy Pez seems to be worth about $5. The other two are a little complicated. For example, Charlie smiling is worth $2, frowning about $10 and with his eyes closed, $75. The common version of Lucy is again worth about $2, with white around her eyes, $50$75, and the one known as “Psycho Lucy” as much as $100. ••• Q: I have 19 Royal Doulton mugs. I am interested in finding out how much they are worth and then finding a market so I can sell them. Any information would be greatly appreciated. -- Janice, Albuquerque, N.M. A: One of the better price guides is “Antique Trader Royal Doulton,” edited by Kyle Husfloen, which documents more than 2,000 individual price listings of both Doulton and Royal Doulton ceramics. There is a whole chapter devoted to character mugs, which you should find helpful. Finding a market to sell will take some effort. I suggest you contact antiques and collectibles dealers in your area to see if there is any interest.

Q: I have 12 tin cows and calves that were premiums advertising DeLaval cream separators. I was wondering if they have any value. -- Carol, Webster, S.D. A: The National Association of Milk Bottle Collectors is a nonprofit organization that attracts enthusiasts who collect milk bottles and other related items. I think your herd of tin cows would appeal to certain members of this group. The NAMBC publishes a monthly newsletter, The Milk Route. Contact is 18 Pond Place, Cos Cob, CT 06807; and

Q: Several years ago, I was given a framed picture of Chuck Yeager flying solo. The picture is signed by his wife, Jeana. Does it have any value? -- Bernard, Albuquerque, N.M. A: I spoke to several autograph dealers, and they seem to agree that your picture is probably worth about $25. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 328536475, or send e-mail to Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.


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• It was celebrated Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky who made the following sage observation: “Talking nonsense is the sole privilege by Samantha Weaver mankind possesses over the other organisms. It’s by talking nonsense that one gets to the truth! I talk nonsense, therefore I’m human.” • If you can foretell the future by looking at fingernail clippings, you’re practicing onychomancy. • The name of the islands of Hawaii is thought to come from a word in an early Polynesian language meaning “place of the gods.” • You might be surprised to learn that before novelist Salman Rushdie wrote “The Satanic Verses” and had a fatwa issued against him by the Supreme Leader of Iran, he worked in advertising, coming up with slogans for candy companies. • If you’re like the average woman, you will kiss 15 men, go on four disastrous dates, be stood up once and suffer heartbreak twice before you meet the man you want to settle down with.

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• In 2009, Japanese scientists revealed that the human body emits a very slight, yet perceptible, glow. After using a special camera to study a sample of men in their 20s, they found that intensity of the glow varies, with the lowest point at around 10 a.m. and the brightest at 4 a.m. • Horses can tell each other apart just by the sound of their whinnies. • It is traditional in Scotland to “blacken the bride.” In this process, a soon-to-wed woman is abducted by friends, covered in honey, eggs, sauce and feathers, then taken around town on a pub crawl. • In ancient Rome, slaves with red hair commanded a higher price from buyers. ••• Thought for the Day: “What is laid down, ordered, factual is never enough to embrace the whole truth: life always spills over the rim of every cup.” -- Boris Pasternak © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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It’s Still Winter for Backyard Birds

DEAR PAW’S CORNER: Please tell your readers to remember to keep their bird feeders full in cold weather. Use highenergy food or suet, if possible. When the ground and plants are covered with heavy snow, it’s very difficult for birds to find enough to fill their stomachs. I have two feeders that I’m filling twice a day, and I keep suet out at all times. During warmer weather I only need to fill them twice per week. “My” birds are very happy and full! -- D. Oswald, Palmyra, N.Y. DEAR D.: You told them! Even though we’re turning a corner into spring, in much of the country -- especially after this difficult winter -- snow will cover the ground well into time sources of food have been depleted. Keeping a backyard March and even beyond. Birds that do not migrate but “winter over” have to put up feeder filled with birdseed is helpful, while suet -- basically, with the snow and ice just as we humans do. But food is likely beef fat -- gives birds extra energy and nutrients. Place suet about 5 feet off the ground and close to a tree hard to find, particularly in this transition period when wintertrunk. Special feeders are available, but many homeowners just place it on an upright skewer, or even rub it onto the tree trunk. Raw suet can be set out throughout the winter and colder spring months, but experts advise against putting it out in warm weather. Suet not only turns rancid in the heat, but also melts, creating a risk of coating a bird’s feathers and making flight difficult. Warm-weather brands of suet are available, however. On a side note, avoid putting out bacon drippings for birds: the preservatives used in commercially prepared bacon can be bad for their long-term health. (And ours, too, but that’s another story.) Send your questions or comments to © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

March Events at the Appleton Public Library March 1-17: Book sale. $1 VHS Tapes, $0.25 paperbacks & $0.50 hardcover books March 10, 4:30 p.m.: Friends of the Library Meeting March 11, 6:30-8:00 p.m.: Lego Club for grades 5-12. Robotic Legos. Pre-register Appleton Area Health Services Community Gala Fundraiser March 14th at Shooter’s Bar & Grill. Dinner tickets are $40 and raffle tickets are $10 or three for $25. The night begins with a social hour from 5:30-6:15 p.m. with dinner from 6:15-7:30 p.m. Live auction and raffle, entertainment. Proceeds from the evening will go towards purchasing a Bariatric Hospital Bed. Tickets can be purchased at AAHS, from any AAHS Foundation Board Member, Board Member or AAHS Manager. Contact Kris Schwartz, 289-2400x8686 or Jessica McColloch, 289-8510. The Swift County Pheasants Forever will be having their 30th Annual Banquet, Friday, March 14th at the National Guard Armory in Appleton. 5:30 p.m. is Crowing Hour and 7:30 p.m. will be dinner. BYOB Set-ups available. Tickets are available at F&M Bank, Ascheman Uni-Mart, Pioneer Public TV and Shooter’s Bar & Grill. A Community Baby Shower will be held for expectant parents & parents with children ages birth to 12 months in conjunction with the Parent Expo Sunday, March 15th from 9:00-10:00 a.m. in the Media Center at the LqPV High School. Free Supervised Open Skating is now available in Appleton! Saturday’s and Sunday’s from 2:30-5:00 p.m. and 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the skating rink located on the west side of the Appleton ’52 Wing. Skating will continue into March as long as ice conditions remain good.

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Like the warmth of the sun And the light of the day, May the luck of the Irish shine bright on your way.

BSC Branch Public Library Open Wed. Mar 12: 2PM - 6PM / Sat. Mar 15: 10AM - 1PM

Big Stone City Branch Library will be having a Storytime for Preschool age children (3, 4, or 5 years old.) on Saturday, March 15 at 11:00. Parents need to register ahead of time by stopping by the library during normal library hours or emailing at Give child's name, age, parents names and phone number. The Big Stone City Branch Library is located at 400 Washington Street. Parents should bring along their Grant County Library card the day of the storytime.

Big Stone City School

• March 13th- School Board Meeting (pending new date TBD) • March 14th- Preschool Screening & Registration, 8:30-3:00 • March 24th-27th- Scholastic Book Fair Week • March 25th- Spring Program, 2:00 & 7:00 • April 3rd- School Assembly Program - Kid Davie, 10:30


Monday: Meatloaf 11-1 & 5-8 Tuesday: Taco Tuesday 11-1 & (5-8) and Wing Night (5-8) night is dine in only for both specials but not the day Wednesday: Cook's Choice (11-1) & (5-8) and Burger Night (5-8) Thursday: Roast beef commercials (11-1) & (5-8) Friday: Tator tot hothdish (11-1) Steak Cube Dinner 5-8 Sunday Dinners 11-2


Thursday: TACO NIGHT: 5-8 PM Friday: BAR BINGO start at 7PM SUNDAY AFTERNOON: Meat Raffle • MARCH 21 - FIREMAN'S FISH & CHICKEN FRY at the LEGION - 5-7PM


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FOR SALE: Craftmatic Lift Bed. $75. Call 320-265-6950.

75 ONE STOP Bellingham, MN FULL SERVICE GAS, Auto Repair Tires- Beer- Pop- Snacks- Pizzas Galen Jorgensen, owner Ph.320-568-2217 Fax320-568-2227

FOR SALE: Cast Iron double kitchen sink with faucet. Cream colored, good condition and extra deep bowls.22"X33". $100 Call 605-868-1360

FOR SALE: 1970 Lincoln Mark lll. 2 door, hard top & in good shape. Blue with black top. 460 V8 engine. ALWAYS garaged. $3000.00 Call Ron at (605) 868-3964. FOR SALE: 2005 Chrysler Town & Country LT passenger van, no rust. $6,000. 320297-1015

FOR SALE: Two blue velour, tufted, wingback chairs. Call 605/345-3962.

FOR SALE: 1948 Chevy Truck. 38,000 miles, original owner, always garaged. LIKE NEW! FOR SALE: Elec. Prism PowerChair Perfect Call (605) 460-0164. Fit. 605-237-6695. FOR SALE: 2000 Ford F350 XLT Club Cab.

FOR SALE: Queen dark oak headboard. 605-873-2630

FOR SALE: Baseball and football cards and memorabilia. Includes cards, small sets, and sports collectibles from the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s. Asking $650 OBO. Call 605-886-3422.

FOR SALE: White medium size microwave $30. 605-753-5313. FOR SALE: Black Avery Reclining Swivel Leather Chair. New $299. Will sell $100/ OBO. Excellent condition. 320-839-7099. Leave phone number.

FOR SALE: 1997 FORD EXPLORER EDDIE BAUER TOTALLY LOADED EVERY OPTION 119,000 MILES, VERY GOOD CONDITION, NEW TIRES AND BATTERY, V6 MOTOR DETAILS CALL 605-691-9473. FOR SALE: 2010 Chevy Silverado. 37,500 miles, V6, 2 wheel drive, $13,600 OBO. New Snow Tires. Call 605-862-6004.

7.3 Diesel, black, new batteries. 215,000 miles. MUST SELL: 1995 Toyota 4runner AS IS. $5,900. Montevideo, MN 320-226-2372. 172,000 miles, leather interior, power WANTED TO BUY: 1957 - 1960 Ford Pickup windows, moon roof, newer clutch, new water pump, radiator, timing belt, good to restore or one for parts. Call Ken at (320) tires. $3000 obo. Call 605-690-0314. 226-1314. FOR SALE: 2000 Silverado 1500 4X4. Extended Cab. 158,000. Call 605-561-1797.

Purebred Rat Terrier Pups, black and white & brown and white. Great family pets. Smart and easily trained. Call 605-949-0759 or 605-398-6333. p03102

FOR SALE: (2) 15580R13 Cooper Snow Tires. On rims with studs. New. 605-8824369.

For Sale: 1950 International Pickup. Wooden Grain Box is in good condition. Complete engine. Cab Interior poor condiFOR SALE: New, still in box, 5" wide Chrome tion. Perfect restoration project. $1500. WANTED TO BUY: Lefse pint or quart canRunning Boards with Brackets, for a 4-Door Located near Watertown, SD. Come & see. ning jars with rings in good condition. Mens LAKEVIEW KENNEL PET BOARDING - A Ford F-150 Pick-up. New sells for $600, asking 605-628-5669. cowboy boots and hat. size 10 boots, size 7 trusted name in pet care. Clean, modern, $300. Also, new still in box, After Market LED mens hat. 605-203-1821 state-of-the-art facility. For the best care availFOR SALE: 1948 5 window 1/2 ton chevy Headlights & Taillights for a 2006-2007 F-150. able, call 605-882-3342! Watertown. pickup ... 3,500.00 OBO ... Located in FOR SALE: Two black leather office chairs New sells for $425, asking $200. Contact Mark at Watertown, SD ... Call 605-882-1882 with ottomans in good condition. $100 each FOR SALE: Chihuahua,1 Female Tan 1 605-467-9749. or best offer. 320-839-7099. Leave a mesmale Brown Short Hair 3 yrs, very friendly. FOR SALE: 2007 GMC Sierra Extended sage and your phone number. $100 each. Madison, MN 320-226-3626 Cab SLT Black, heated leather, loaded. 115k FOR SALE: Hitch for Jeep Grand Cherokee 2011-2014. New Class 3 2" FOR SALE: Dining Set, six chairs with leaf miles 5.3L Call or Text 320-290-6015. $175. Hospital Bed, like new $500. receiving tube with pre-existing bolts. $110 FOR SALE: 1981 Chevy Camaro factory Larry 605-690-2301. Jim 605-620-5459. or make offer. Call 320-598-7973. Leave run air 2800.00 OBO ... located in FOR SALE: Brand new electric lift chair. Fern message. watertown call or text 605-690-6125 colored, medium size. $400. 605-874-2016 or FOR SALE. Tires - 4 265-70R17 tires. 605-237-3744. Clear Lake, SD. FOR SALE: A 1947 Dodge Truck. One-of-a$100 OBO. One 750-16 Snow Tire. New kind to restore. Call 605-882-3095 evenings. If FOR SALE: Cast Iron Bath Tub. Call $50. OBO. Call 605-882-2446. no answer, please leave a message. 605-874-2830 FOR SALE: Antique Chopping Block. 60 years old. 29" X 24". Height 34". Good condition. $600. phone 605-882-3526.

FOR SALE: White 2007 Tahoe LS, 5.3 liter V8, 38k, Excellent condition. Asking $24,995. 605-880-9884.

FOR SALE: Ford V8 engine. 1949 Flathead for re-build or parts. Has adjustable valve lifters. Phone 320-839-3332.

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FOR SALE: tranny and transfer case, fresh rebuilt fits 95-99 chevy/GMC ... and a 1953 willys ... located in Watertown, SD ... call 605-881-8064 FOR SALE: Chevy Corvair engine. early 60’s. 1961 to 1964. Call 320-839-3332.

March 10, 2014 FOR SALE: Barrett Brake Drum Lathe. Handles 16.5” Drums. $125.00. Call Dave 320-769-4337. FOR SALE: Antique Dayton Hobart grocery store type scale. Up to 24#’s. Call 1-605-949-4009.

16 inch factory cadillac escalade rims / chevy 350 fits 88 - 94 75.000 miles ... in watertown call 605-882-1882 FOR SALE: Original Aluminum Wheels for Ford Explorer or pickup. Will fit 1970’s vehicles and other later Fords. Call 320-839-3332. FOR SALE: 2011 Yamaha Stryker motorcycle 455 miles on it. blue in color with 1300 cc motor. Show room clean. 7500.00 OBO. 868-3964 FOR SALE: 50cc Scooter. Good shape, runs good. 605-266-1465. FOR SALE:1978 Honda 750A Hondamatic Collector Motorcycle. Low miles. Excellent condition. New battery and tires. NADA book $2,285. Asking $2,000 OBO. Call 605868-9405. FOR SALE: 2008 Harley Davidson Sportster. 2700 miles. Call 605-880-3287. FOR SALE: 1984 1200cc Honda Goldwing Aspencade, low miles, lots of extras. Call day or evening, 320-273-2181, if no answer leave a message. FOR SALE: 2005 Softail Heritage Classic. 7200 miles, fully loaded, clear title, maroon/ black cherry. Call (605) 880-1817. FOR SALE-Yamaha zuma 49cc scootergreat gas mileage and only 2500 mi--605881-9472 2008 Red Polaris Sportsman 400 HO. ATV AWD. Less than 400 miles! Cross Country Plow, Winch and Windshield, Dual Mirrors, $4,000. OBO, please call 605-882-2436. FOR SALE: 2 wheel trailer, tilt bed, 3'X8', tail lights, lic., new tires, $300. Ramps, medium duty, 1'X8' for loading 4 wheeler on truck. $150. Madison. 320-266-3626. FOR SALE: 2011 6'X10' Royal Cargo enclosed trailer, drop ramp back door and side door, spare, charcoal, excellent condition. 605-203-1279. FOR SALE: 14 ft. Aluminum Boat with 15 hp Evinrude, bunk-style trailer. 14 ft. Crestliner Nordic with 15 hp Johnson, roller-style trailer. 29' Gulf Stream Seahawk 5th Wheel, arctic package, 2 slide-outs, No smoking or pets, very clean. WANTED TO BUY: 1600 Lund Explorer. Day: 320289-1170, Evenings: 320-289-1162.

FOR SALE: 36" COMBINATION STORM DOOR WITH SCREEN INSERT. $35. WATERTOWN 605-753-5313. FOR SALE: Patio door. One door is stationary and one swings open to the inside. $100 OBO. 605-753-5313 FOR SALE: WTD Old 1/2 Round Gutters. 320-6952742.

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Telling a story one locket at a time Cell: 605-237-1903 www.southhilldesigns. com/chalverson FOR SALE: Interstate Classic Leather Originals - Jacket & Pants - lg. Priced to sell. 320-839-3138

FOR SALE: Cat248 Skid Steer Loader, cab heat, 2000 hours, 2000 lb lift capacity. 24 horsepower. 605-290-3208. Very FOR SALE: John Deere Snowmobile 400. $300. reasonable. Call 605-432-4319 evenings. FOR SALE: 2 Bruno Scooter Lifts for FOR SALE: 2008 5x8 enclosed trailer. Insulated, vehicles. 1 model 670 Curbsider $400. 1 with windows, like brand new. Used for business in model Scooter Lift Jr, $150. 605-881-3950. summer, Ice shanty for winter. $1750. Watertown. FOR SALE: 1996 Shasta 24' Motorhome. New tires FOR SALE: 42" high by 28" wide by 26" on 3500 Ford frame & engine. Very clean. No pets & deep safe. Very heavy. You move. Call no smoking. $10,500. Call (507) 249-3994. weekdays 320-289-1383 FOR SALE: Aluminum Boat Lift. 2000#. Full length bunks, motor stop and electric winch. 605-694-2743.

FOR SALE: Electronic Dart Board with wooden case. Works great. $75. 605-2330480.

FOR SALE: 3 Men's Black Leather Vests. WANTED: Pull type pop-up camper. All I really want is the running gear in good shape. Excellent condition. Sizes: 1 large, 1 extra large, 1 size 44 tall. 320-598-3404. Call 320-598-7810 leave message.

Clark School Events March 11 - Boys Basketball Regions March 12 - CDE in DeSmet March 13 - End of Quarter March 13 - Girls Basketball State Tournament @ Spearfish March 14 - Teachers in Service March 14 - Girls Basketball State Tournament @ Spearfish March 15 - Girls Basketball State Tournament @ Spearfish Clark Events & Happenings March 21 - Johnny Boyko will be appearing at Heather's Bistro from 2:30pm - 4:00pm Library Events: March 11 - Craft Night - 6:30pm - 7:30pm Limited Seating & minimal material fee March 18 - PC Basics Class - 6:30 - 7:30pm Limited Seating, please sign up.

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Open Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 1:00pm to 5:00pm Tuesday 1:00pm to 8pm, & Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm Phone 605-532-5571 • Librarian Kim Taylor

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Potato Day Aug 2, 2014

FOR SALE: 2003 Excel 33' Fifth Wheel Camper. 3 slideouts stored inside. Very clean. Appleton, MN (320) 289-2780.

FOR SALE: 1957 Chevy Pick-up box trailer with good rear end $300. 605-881-4315

FOR SALE: 1992 Excel 29.5’ Fifth Wheel Camper.Single Slide. No smoking or pets. Stored inside. Very clean. Watertown SD 605-882-1834 or 881-2856.

FOR SALE: Paperback Romance Novels. Over 30 popular authors. ALL books in very good condition. $.50 each or 3/$1.00. Call (605) 880-6441.

FOR SALE: 1990 Bayliner Capri 19 ft, open bow. 3.0 Liter inboard. Plenty of power to pull tubes and skiers. Includes skis and ski rope. $4200 OBO. 605-753-5277 or 605-351-9766.

FOR SALE: Ladies Square Dance Clothes Size 12-14. Skirts, Blouses & Can-Cans. Also a pair of White Western Boots Size 7. Call 605-878-0210.

FOR SALE: COINS. 2012 & 2013 Uncl. FOR SALE: Shasta Phoenix 30' Fifth Wheel Presidential dollars. Both Mints. Also, 5 Camper. Living area in front. Excellent condi- Mint National Parks Quarters. Call (605) tion. Must see. 605-793-2145. 886-6384.

FOR SALE: Adjustable 4 Bow Bimini Top (Boat Awning) 54 inches high, 82 to 94 inches width. New cost was $390. Asking $150. Call 605-862-7977. HUNTERS! Fully equipped house in Bryant. Sleeps four. Large area to run dogs. no guides. Call 605-628-2238 for more information. CLOVER LEAF SPORTING CLAYS Estelline, SD. Bring your friends and try our scenic Sporting Clay Course. A great place to start your bachelor party! Summer Leagues. Call Russell Nelson (605) 690-3955 4 SALE BOAT LIFT FOR PONTOON OR BOAT $1100.00. 320-839-3207

WORK FROM YOUR HOME OFFICE. Looking for motivated individuals to work from home setting up shopping accounts for our 26 year old INC 500 COMPANY. No stocking or delivering. Residual income. (507) 677-2356 JLCO Automatic Batch Dryer, 20' Long, 400 bu, 3 phase, has phase converter for single phase operation. Very good condition, 400 bu/5pt/hr. $4,000 OBO. 320-815-5655. p03244 Door latches for old moline tractor cab. In very good condition 25.00. For more info please call 605-492-3337. Wanted to Buy: Calf Huts Would prefer is good shape. Willing to come pick them up. 605-880-1490.

FOR SALE: Large 36 inch exhaust fan suitable for barns, machine or mechanic work Wanted to Buy: Hand Corn Sheller, any building. Call 605-938-4748. make or International Hand Corn Sheller for Parts. Call 605-880-1369. FOR SALE: ShopSmith Mark V Woodworking Unit With Manuals Table Saw Lathe Disc FOR SALE: 1949 Minneapolis Moline Tractor. 4 cylinder. Narrow Front. Engine Sander Drill Press Used Little $700 obo free - needs restoration. 320-766-1376. 605-467-0889

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March 10, 2014 FOR SALE: Engine for an 8N Ford Tractor. Call (605) 460-0164 WANTED TO BUY: 11.2 X 28 tractor tire. Prefer Firestone bias ply field and road. Phone 605-880-1369.


FOR SALE: Hay Wagon 7X24 good offers. Field Deluxe Solar 6 volt electric fencer $100. 605-881-3721.


FOR SALE: Farmall Model-B Tractor. Runs Great. Everything works. Good paint. Get on and go. Call 1-320-7602054.


16 Inch Performance Saddle. Only used about 6 times. Oiled once. New in 2012. Gorgeous tooling wide tree $500. 605-932-3509. Ernie, cell 605-467-0945. Peever, SD SELLING: Bale spike for skide steer. $325. 44" Swisher Rough Cut Trail Mower. $650. Both in very good condition. 605-881-0569. FOR SALE: 5 Dorper Katahdin ewes, open two to four years old, hair sheep. $150 each. Evenings 9 pm. 605-873-2175 FOR SALE: 1973 Tandom Chev Truck. 427 Engine. 5x4 Trans. 18 ft. Steel Box, Tilt hood, Excellent tires, Nice truck. Call (605) 854-3693 or (605) 203-1900.

FOR SALE: House to be moved. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. new shingles, windows, insulation. Solid cottage style. $7,500. Original wood floors, doors. Appleton. Call 320-297-1015. Great for Hunting or Lake. House and Land FOR SALE Near Summit, SD House has:3 bedrooms, formal dining room hickory cupboards, granite counter tops & oak floors in kitchen, a great room, office 2 full bathrooms, 3 stall garage with attached heated shop 9.8 acres with house and/or 200 acres of farm land Call (605) 398-6457 leave message

FOR SALE 44 inch Swisher pull behind mower $400 OBO. 320-815-7249. FOR SALE: Poly Dome Nursery Calf Huts. $150.00 (O.B.O.) Call 605-9833903 & Please Leave A Message. FOR SALE: 325 Gallon Pick Up Poly Tank. $150.00. Call 605-983-3903 Leave A Message.

FOR SALE: HP Officejet All-in-one phone, fax & copier. Call 1-605-9494009. FOR SALE: Marco Polo Apartment size piano with bench. 66 keys, very good condition. Call 320-839-6165. FOR SALE: Crafter Electric Acoustic Guitar (Model CCL 80/RS) and amp. $350. Red sunburst finish. Perfect condition. Call or text: 605-924-1513. Will send photo.

WANTED TO BUY: Old outboard motors - running or not - the smaller the better. 605-881-3540.


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For Sale: 5 Bedroom House, with 1 1/2 Bathrooms, Central Air & Heating, 2 Car Garage. This home has a solid foundation & was built in the 1920's. Asking $49,999. Call (320) 760•4467.

FOR SALE: New Hub City over running 1000 to 540 pto coupling part #033100012. Quick realease up to 125 hp. $200.00 asking $125.00 obo. Call 4923337.

FOR SALE: 1980 Gleaner F-2 Combine, 4-row, 30” corn head. $4,000 or best offer. Pickup head also available. Call 605-924-0467 .

free lot rent for 9 months for your mobile home. Call Neil (605) 874-2539 or (605) 868-6972. FOR SALE WITH OPTIONS: 5 Bedroom House Located In Wheaton, MN. Call 320-760-4467 for more details. FOR SALE: Southern Black Hills building lot. 2 miles from Wind Cave. Bordered by Black Hills National Forest. South of Custer $60,000. Call 605-881-4078.

Saturday, March 15th Graceville St. Patrick's Day Parade see schedule on page 12


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WANTED: 15-20 gal. crock jar and wide mouth quart jars. 320-413-0758. WANTED - USED 4 WHEEL SCOOTER for handicapped. 605-265-1465. WANTED 1997-2005 Ford F250 or F350 must be 4 door. Will take gas or diesel. Any Condition (605) 881-1498

WANTED: 1960-66 Chevrolet pickups for parts or to restore. Also, 1937-47 Plymouth and Dodge pickups or trucks. Call Ken at 320-226-1314. Looking To Buy: 1960s or 70s Restored Car. 320-310-2170 or email info to overhillace2@

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Because corning was the preferred method of beef preservation in Ireland before refrigeration, it is still the traditional meal for St. Patrick’s Day. 8-inch square cheesecloth 12 parsley stems 2 garlic cloves, crushed with side of chef’s knife 2 bay leaves 1 tablespoon black peppercorns 1 corned beef brisket, flat (thin) cut (3 1/2 to 4 pounds) 1 1/2 pounds small red potatoes, unpeeled and each cut into 1 1/2-inch chunks 1 pound carrots, cut into 2-inch pieces 1 small head green cabbage (about 1 1/2 pounds), cut into 8 wedges 1. In cheesecloth, wrap parsley, garlic, bay leaves and peppercorns; tie with string and place in bottom of 5 1/2- to 6-quart slow cooker. Add corned beef; top with potatoes and carrots. Pour in enough water to cover meat. Place cabbage on top. Cover slow cooker with lid and cook on low setting 10 to 12 hours or until beef is very tender. 2. To serve, thinly slice corned beef across the grain; transfer to warm large platter with vegetables. Makes 8 main-dish servings • Each serving: About 440 calories, 27g protein, 28g carbohydrate, 25g total fat (8g saturated), 6g fiber, 125mg cholesterol, 1,480mg sodium.

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FOR SALE: Top of the Hill Cafe. GREAT business opportunity!! Call (605) 3986464. Evenings call (605) 398-6457. Summit, SD

March 10 - Softball Practice Begins March 10 - Track Practice begins March 10 - Almond Highlanders March 10 - Graceville American Legion - 8pm March 11 - Mid - Winter Band and Choir Concert - 7:30pm March 11 - Graceville Ambulance - 7:30pm March 12 - Al-Anon - 6;30pm March 12 - Adult Open Gym - 7pm March 12 - AA - 7pm March 13 - Speech @ Breckenridge - 3:30pm March 13 - Welding Class - 6pm March 13 - Graceville City Council - 7pm March 14 - Girls Basketball Playoff - UMM March 15 - Speech @ Morris - 8am March 16 - Open Gym - 1pm March 16 - Adult Volleyball - 5pm March 15 - Speech @ Morris March 19 - Large Group Contest

WANTED TO BUY: Nikken magnetic pads in good condition. 605-345-4580.

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FOR SALE: Lakeshore property with furnished home. new garagae. Large lot. Rural water. Located near Lake City. Asking 124,000 OBO. For info call 605-415-7991

FOR SALE: 1947 M JD Tractor with hydraulic 2 pt w/ 5ft digger and 2 btm plow. Make Offer. New paint and tires. Call 320394-2348.

FOR RENT: 1 large bedroom apartment in Appleton, MN. Fully furnished w/ fireplace, carport and garage. (ref) For more information call 320-289-2161. Leave message.

Home-owner looking for live-in renter 360/mo & 1/2 utilities. Mature, Responsible, Non-smoker, Drug-Free.... pets Maybe..Please call 605-212-0944 for appt.

FOR SALE: Paper Shreader, old typewriter, fax machine. Make offer. Call 605-874-2422.


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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration in Graceville, MN SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

March 15th, 2014

11am -2pm 5K Walk/Run & 1 Mile Pub Crawl

Registration starts at 10:30am $15 entry fee, includes a shirt. Proceeds to benefit the Toqua Park Playground Project

3PM - PARADE followed by Mulligan Stew

(Free Will Donation) served by the Graceville Firemen The Graceville Women's Organization would like to take the opportunity to give you a big THANK YOU to our Firemen. We really appreciate ALL you do for our community. May there always be work for your hands to do. May your purse always hold a coin or two. May the sun always shine on your windowpane. May a rainbow be certain to follow each rain. May the hand of a friend always be near you. May God fill your heart with gladness to cheer you.


SAINT PATRICK’S DAY PARADE Sponsored by the Graceville Women’s Organization

Saturday, March 15th, 2014 3:00 p.m. Graceville, MN Parade Registration Form

Name of entrant: Name of contact Person: *We will call you with a parade entry #.* Parade formation will begin @ Grace Home. Please return form by March 13th, 2014 to: GWO - P.O. Box 22 Graceville, MN 56240 or drop off w/any GWO member

MULLIGAN STEW @ COMMUNITY BUILDING FOLLOWING PARADE...FREE WILL OFFERING! Contact Donna Layman for any other questions - 320-748-7173

May the Irish hills caress you. May her lakes and rivers bless you. May the luck of the Irish enfold you. May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.

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