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Farm King 1080 Snowblower, 9’ Hyd Deflector, 1000 PTO

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Haybuster 2650 Hay Processor, Right Hand Discharge, 1000 PTO

GRAIN HANDLING

Westfield MK 13X91Plus, 2012, 540 pto.............................. $13,700 Batco 1814 transfer conveyor ............................................... $3,100 J&M 875 grain cart, scale, tarp............................................. $23,500 Parker 810 grain cart, scale, tarp......................................... $19,300 J&M 750 grain cart, tarp....................................................... $15,000 FarmKing 10x31 auger............................................................Just In Westfield 10x61 swing hopper, electric remote, hopper mover ..................................................................... $6,200 Westfield 8x41 auger.............................................................. $3,600 Westfield 13x41 auger............................................................ $4,600 Brandt 5000 EX grain vac..................................................... $13,500 Westfield 13x91 Plus, swing hopper, auger.......................... $12,700 Westfield 13x71 swing hopper................................................ $8,900 Westfield 10x36 swing hopper................................................ $5,500 Conveyall TC1435 conveyor.................................................. $5,800 Farmking 13x95, swing hopper auger.................................. $11,500

TRACTORS & SKID LOADERS

Gehl 7800 skid loader, cab, heat, 3800# lift ........................ $28,500 Gehl 5240, 2013, 300 hours, cab, heat................................ $30,600 Gehl 4835 DXT skid loader, 57 hp, 1775# lift, cab, heat ..... $13,600 IH 574 utility tractor, loader..................................................... $8,500 Zetor 3320 45 HP, 1650 hrs loader......................................... $9,700

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CATTLE EQUIPMENT

Haybuster 2564 hay processor, straw cannon spout...............Just In Highline CFR650 hay processor, 2012, RH discharge............Just In H&S feeder box, hyd drive, left-hand slat discharge............ $12,100 Cattlelac 560 mixer wagon, scale......................................... $24,300 Haybuster 256+II processor....................................................Just In Meyerink 480 mixer wagon, RH discharge, scale................ $27,000 Meyers 2550 manure spreader............................................ $16,700 Rotogrind 760 hay grinder...................................................... $8,500

TILLAGE

JD 610 chisel plow, 41’............................................................Just In International 4600-29.5’ field cultivator, morris harrow........... $6,800 Sunflower 4510-15 disc chisel, 15 shank............................. $22,500 Case IH 5600, 21’ chisel plow, harrow................................... $8,700 Case IH 4300, field cultivator, walking tandems, 3-bar harrow, 5 rank.......................................................... $13,900 Great Plains 4000TT, turbo till, rolling harrow and reel......... $49,500 Great Plains 24’ turbo till, rolling harrow and reel . .............. $32,000 Great Plains 30’ turbo till, rolling harrow, full weights..............Just In JD 2700 disc ripper, 7’ shank 30, hyd.front gang................. $25,500 Landoll 6230-36 36’ disc, hyd.leveling, single pt.depth control,gates harrow.......................................................... $49,500 Landoll 6230-30 30’ disc, hyd.leveler, gates harrow . .......... $36,500 Landoll 6230-30 30’ disc, hyd.leveler .................................. $28,500 Landoll 7431VT-29 vertical tillage, baskets, hyd.leveler....... $38,500

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TILING & DITCHING EQUIPMENT

NEW Razor stringer trailers, single & tandem...... Starting @ $5,600 NEW Tile Trench Filler, back fills tile trenches........................ $4,800 NEW Drain Tile and Fittings................................................. In Stock NEW Waynes Tile Plow........................................................ In Stock NEW Leibrecht Tile Plow...................................................... In Stock NEW Leibrecht Waterway Ditchers...................................... In Stock Waynes 612 6’ mounted, 2008............................................. $18,700 Gold Digger 7’ pull type, 2012.............................................. $28,900

COMBINE HEADS & HEADER TRAILERS

J&M 36’ header trailer............................................................ $4,400 J&M 30’ header trailer............................................................ $3,200 NH 98D 12-row 30’ corn head, NH CR or AFX mount . ....... $51,900 Case IH 1020-30’ flex head, Crary air reel........................... $17,500 Geringhoff 12-row 20’ Roto Disc chopping, Case IH AFX mounts ....................................................... .$69,000 Geringhoff 12-row 30’ Roto Disc chopping, folding, Lexion mounts................................................................... $99,000 Geringhoff 12-row 20’ Roto Disc chopping, 2011, JD 70 series mounts . ....................................................... $93,500 MacDon/NH 84C-36’ draper flex head, fits NHCR, CIH AFX............................................................................. $33,500 MacDon 974-36’ draper flex head........................................ $36,500


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Publisher's Corner by Sean Athey Hello Everyone! Bbbbrrrrr.. hope you are staying warm out there. My fingers are a little cool on the keyboard here. Thanks for reading this issue of Tidbits, there's a lot of good stuff in this one so enjoy! The cold really makes those Spring days seem pretty far away. One thing my family has looked forward to each June was the Fort Sisseton Historical Festival in Northeast South Dakota. It has always been an impromptu family reunion of sorts and one particular year, as a boy, I was allowed to bring one friend along. So that year my buddy Wade and I did the tough-guy camping-on-the-prairie with our sleeping bags next to the fire thing. We had had a long day of running around the fort, taking it all in, and pretty soon we were out like lights. My parents were tucked away in the camper and we were sleeping under the stars.... it was perfect... until the camper door came crashing open in the middle of the night. It seems that sometime in the night Wade had kicked and rolled enough that the bottom end of the sleeping bag had gotten dangerously close to the fire, well close enough that it was on fire! The guy crashing out of the camper was my father who had just happened to take a look out the window to see if the fire was out yet... umm, not quite out, I guess. We had camped next the slough outside the fort this year so my dad was caught in a dilemma... do I drag the sleeping bag, kid and all, to the water to put it out, find other water or stomp it out. Seeing as putting someone with their legs and arms in a sleeping bag in a body of water doesn't sound like it has a good ending, he opted to smother the flames with another camp blanket. Of course this happened pretty fast, so I never even got out of my sleeping bag before it was over. Dad went back inside, I went back to sleep and the funny part is the Wade never woke up during the whole thing. We had to tell him about it the next day. He did say his feet seemed a little colder later in the night, though. Thanks again for picking up Tidbits... HAVE A SAFE WEEK!

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• It was American author Erica Jong who made the following sage observation: “Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn’t.” • Jon Bon Jovi is probably best known for his eponymous ‘80s hair band, but he’s also quite a philanthropist, working on behalf of organizations including the Special Olympics, the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. In 2011, the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation opened a restaurant called JBJ Soul by Samantha Weaver Kitchen, in which patrons pay only what they can afford, or can even volunteer in lieu of payment. • Those who study such things say that all mammals, from rodents to elephants, urinate for approximately 21 seconds. This now is known as the “Law of Urination.” • A poll conducted by Gallup determined that 42 percent of Americans believe that people are sometimes possessed by the devil. • Scientists unearthed frozen 30,000-year-old plant tissue from fossil squirrel burrows in northeaster Siberia. This would not be remarkable, except for what came next: Researchers thawed the seeds and planted them. The seeds germinated and grew, producing viable seeds of their own, makingSilene stenophyllathe oldest viable multicellular living organisms. • If you leave a cold glass on a table, it’s likely to leave a mark. The Italians (of course) have a word for that mark: cualacino. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Tidbits of the Lake Area is looking for a sponsor for Dr. Donahue's article so we may bring MedicalBits to our readers each week. Call Sean or Lynette for details, 605-541-0110 or contact us through our website, www.LakeAreaTidbits.com TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH By Paul G. Donohue, M.D.

Try Medicines First for Enlarged Prostate DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I have to trot to the bathroom many times during the day and many more times at night. Is this due to my prostate gland? I’m 74 and wasn’t bothered by bathroom visits a year ago. Does this mean surgery for me? How do I know if this is prostate cancer? -- R.R. ANSWER: Odds are you have benign prostatic hyperplasia, the official name for a large prostate gland. In their 40s, a quarter of males have a gland that’s larger than normal. In their 70s, 80 percent of men have an enlarged gland. Not all these men have symptoms like repeated trips to the bathroom, a hard time starting the urinary stream and a decrease in the force of the stream. The prostate gland lies directly below the urinary bladder, and the bladder’s drainage tube, the urethra, runs through the gland. A large gland presses on the bladder and obstructs the urethra. That’s why many men with a large gland have to run to the bathroom so often -- they cannot completely empty their bladder. You don’t have to jump to surgery right off the bat. Medicines often solve the problem. One class of medicines stops the forceful bladder contractions that signal an urgent need to void. Uroxatral, Flomax and Rapaflo are examples of this drug family. Their effect is seen within a week. Another family of drugs shrinks the gland. Avodart and Proscar are two such medicines. Their effect isn’t seen for up to six months. Combining both classes of drug is another method of treatment. If medicine therapy fails, a variety of surgical procedures can remedy the problem. You don’t know if an enlarged gland has cancer cells in it. The PSA blood test, flawed as it is, provides some evidence for cancer. Biopsy of the gland is the ultimate cancer test. A urologist will solve this problem for you. The booklet on prostate enlargement and prostate cancer deals with these common male problems in detail. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Donohue -- No. 1001W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. •••

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• Monday December 9th

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Q: I love “The Witches of East End.” ever-popular “low ratings.” And while the drama series Can you tell me if it will be back for -- which centered on former Secret Service agents who another season? -- Lynn W., via email become private detectives, played by Rebecca Romijn and A: Lifetime recently announced that Jon Tenney -- didn’t have rock-bottom ratings, the show was enough on the bubble that TNT decided not “Witches” will return to renew. On top of low ratings, “King and for a second 13-episode season, to air Maxwell” also lost one-third of its “Major sometime in 2014 (an exact date has not Crimes” lead-in audience, which is usubeen decided yet). The hit drama stars Julia ally a nail in the coffin for any struggling Ormond, Madchen Amick, Jenna Dewan freshman series. Tatum and Rachel Boston as a family of ••• witches living in the secluded seaside town Q: We are huge fans of “Person of Interof East Haven. The show also stars Eric est.” We were not expecting Carter to be Winter, Daniel DiTomasso and Virginia killed off! She, Reese and Finch are the Madsen. And don’t miss the season one program. Without her, it won’t be the same. finale, which airs Sunday, Dec. 15, at 10 Why was Carter written out? -- Laura K., p.m. ET/PT. via email ••• A: Taraji P. Henson, who played Officer Q: Can you tell me why “King and MaxJoss Carter for two and a half seasons on well” wasn’t renewed? My husband and I Taraji Henson the CBS drama, was just as surprised as really liked that show. We like most of the you were that her character died. However, TNT shows; we especially miss Brenda and she knows it was time for her character to go, and it was a “The Closer.” -- Karen J. in Florida A: The consensus reason for the show’s demise is the great way to surprise and stun the audience. She recently

• On Dec. 19, 1732, Benjamin Franklin of Philadelphia first published “Poor Richard’s Almanack.” The book, filled with proverbs preaching industry and prudence, was published continuously for 25 years and became one of the most popular publications in colonial America. • On Dec. 17, 1843, Charles Dickens’ classic story “A Christmas Carol” is published. Dickens never lost momentum as a writer, churning out major novels every year or two, often in serial form. Among his most important works are “David Copperfield” (1850), “Great Expectations” (1861) and “A Tale of Two Cities” (1859). Answers on page 13

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told “Entertainment Weekly”: “You portray a character for so long, you care about her and her life. But art imitates life -- it comes to an end unexpectedly. It was bittersweet, because I enjoyed portraying Carter. What a strong, powerful woman on television.” But don’t get too sad about Carter’s death, because you could see her again someday -- in a flashback. The show is known for using flashbacks to propel the story lines, and Taraji said she definitely would be up for returning to film flashback scenes. ••• Q: Can you please tell me if “Bunheads” will return to ABC Family anytime this year? -- Frank W., via email A: ABC Family canceled the ballerina dramedy after only one season, which many critics say was entirely too soon, and that the show was just finding its ground and still had a lot more to give. But fan and critical favor couldn’t save this Amy Sherman Palladino-created show (she’s most famous for “Gilmore Girls”), with “Bunheads” airing its last dance this past February. Write to Cindy at King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475; or e-mail her at letters@cindyelavsky.com. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

• On Dec. 18, 1912, after three years of digging in the Piltdown gravel pit in Sussex, England, amateur archaeologist Charles Dawson announces the discovery of two skulls that appear to belong to a primitive hominid and ancestor of man. • On Dec. 21, 1945, Gen. George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. 3rd Army, dies from injuries suffered not in battle, but in a freak car accident. He was 60 years old. Descended from a long line of military men, Patton graduated from the West Point Military Academy in 1909. • On Dec. 22, 1956, a baby gorilla named Colo enters the world at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio, becoming the first-ever gorilla born in captivity. She went on to become a mother, grandmother, and in 1996, a great-grandmother to Timu, the first surviving infant gorilla conceived by artificial insemination. Colo is still alive today. • On Dec. 16, 1960, two airliners collide over New York City, killing 134 people aboard the planes and on the ground. A miscalculation by the pilot of the United flight put his plane directly into the path of a TWA Super Constellation. Christmas presents carried by the planes’ passengers were strewn all over the streets. • On Dec. 20, 1989, the United States invades Panama in an attempt to overthrow

military dictator Manuel Noriega, who had been indicted in the United States on drugtrafficking charges. Noriega’s Panamanian Defense Forces were promptly crushed. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Wilmot School Events

December 9 - Elementary Christmas Concert in the gym - 7:00pm December 10 - ECC Girls Basketball Tournament 6:00pm December 12 - ECC Girls Basketball Tournament 6:00pm December 13 - JH GBB vs Tiospa Zina @ Wilmot 5:00pm

December 16 - ECC Boys Basketball Tournament @ Rosholt Henry

Rendezvous Point Upcoming Events

Cooking Classes: • Thursday – December 12th – Cooking with wine taught by Chef Jay  • For the KIDS! Christmas Cookie decorating 4 pm on Thursday - December 19th 

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Here’s how to do the easy craft with your kids this week: 1. Gather silk flowers and holiday charms with wire attached to decorate the tops of the pens. Then, purchase several pens, such as Bic round stick pens that are flat on top. 2. Attach toppers using green floral tape. Place a stem or wire of the object going upward about 1 1/2 inches from the end of the pen with the flower or I love how simple, decorative holiday touches charm on the top end of the pen. Hold in place and add charm, sparkle and extra glitz to our home this wrap the entire length of the pen with the tape. Wrap month. Even our drab and dull with a slight angle to prevent phone-message area in the bunching. kitchen got a seasonal lift. Alternate method using a glue “Out” with a boring container gun: An adult should carefully rejam packed with mismatched move the button at the end of the pens, markers and unsightly pen with an X-Acto-style knife. pencils, and “in” with a colInsert a tine stem or narrow part orful, mock floral bouquet of of an object in the hole and secure spiffed up new, inexpensive Bic in place with the glue gun. Wrap pens I decorate and arrange in a with tape as described above. favorite bowl. No longer dulls3. Arrange pens in a pretty ville, shiny mini ball ornaments, container filled with white rice glittery stars and bright-red or Arborio rice. poinsettias top the slim pens Extra idea: Use decorated pens to brighten the space for the as place cards at your holiday holidays. table. Set one by each plate over Not only attractive and handy, a mini notepad. On the top page, they also are a thoughtful token write the guest’s name. to give friends when they come ••• Donna Erickson’s award-winning series “Donna’s by for holiday visits and gatherDay” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family ings. Now I just say, “Pick a pen!” before adults and recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for kids head out the door. It’s a nice little memento of Families.” © 2013 Donna Erickson our time together.

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Holiday Oatmeal Cookies

To create a cookie “kit,” layer dry ingredients in a mason jar, cover the lid with gingham fabric, attach a wooden spoon and a copy of the recipe, and tie with raffia. 1 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup (2 sticks) butter or margarine, softened 3/4 cup (packed) brown sugar 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1 large egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3 cups old-fashioned oats, uncooked 1 cup raisins 1 package (6-ounce) semisweet chocolate chips (1 cup) 1. Preheat oven to 350 F. On waxed paper, combine flour, baking soda, and salt. 2. In large bowl, with mixer on medium speed, beat butter and brown and granulated sugars until creamy, occasionally scraping bowl with rubber spatula. Beat in egg and vanilla. Reduce speed to low; gradually beat in flour mixture just until blended, occasionally scraping bowl. With spoon, stir in oats, raisins, and chocolate chips. 3. Drop dough by heaping measuring tablespoons, 2 inches apart, on ungreased large cookie sheet. Bake cookies 13 to 15 minutes or until tops are golden. Transfer cookies to wire racks to cool. 4. Repeat with remaining dough. Store cookies in tightly covered container at room temperature up to 1 week or in freezer up to 3 months. Makes 4 dozen cookies. • Each cookie: About 115 calories, 6g total fat (3g saturated), 15mg cholesterol, 95mg sodium, 16g total carbs, 1g dietary fiber, 2g protein. For thousands of triple-tested recipes, visit our website at www. goodhousekeeping.com/recipefinder/. © 2013 Hearst Communications, Inc. All rights reserved


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In Italy, ‘Santa’ Rides a Broomstick

In Italy, the Feast of the Epiphany, celebrated on Jan. 6 with a national holiday, is very much like our traditional Christmas celebrations in North America. Epiphany commemorates the 12th day of Christmas when the three Wise Men arrived at the manger bearing gifts for Baby Jesus. The traditional Christmas holiday season in Italy lasts through Epiphany. Epiphany’s equivalent of Father Christmas, La Befana, arrives on her broomstick during the night of Jan. 5 and fills children’s stockings with sweets and toys. Like our very own Santa, La Befana will leave coal for all those naughty children! It’s said she carries a broom to sweep away the old year to make room for the new. Legend has it that the night before the Wise Men arrived at the manger, they stopped at the shack of an old woman to ask directions. They invited her to come along, but she said she was busy sweep-

ing and cleaning her house. Later that night, she saw a great light in the sky and decided to join the Wise Men bearing gifts that had belonged to her child who had died. She got lost and never found the manger. Now La Befana flies around on her broomstick each year on the 11th night, bringing gifts to children in hopes that she might find the Baby Jesus. La Befana is represented as an old lady, wearing a black shawl and covered in soot who enters houses through the chimney carrying a bag or hamper filled with her gifts. Children hang their stockings on the evening of Jan. 5 awaiting her arrival. Italians spend their day on Jan. 6 opening their doors to welcomed visitors, watching children unwrapping their gifts and laying out tables full of cakes and traditional Italian liqueurs. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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You’ll be surprised at how yummy such a simple recipe can be!

1 cup (2 sticks) butter (no substitutions), softened 6 tablespoons granulated sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/8 teaspoon salt 1 bag (8-ounce) walnuts, chopped 1 1/4 cups confectioners’ sugar 1. Preheat oven to 325 F. In large bowl, with mixer on medium speed, beat butter, granulated sugar and vanilla until creamy, occasionally scraping bowl with rubber spatula. Reduce speed to low; gradually beat in flour and salt just until blended, occasionally scraping bowl. Stir in walnuts. 2. Shape dough by rounded measuring teaspoons into 1-inch balls. Place balls, 1 inch apart, on ungreased large cookie sheet. Bake cookies 13 to 15 minutes or until bottoms are lightly browned. 3. Place confectioners’ sugar in pie plate. While cookies are hot, with metal spatula, transfer 4 or 5 cookies at a time to pie plate with confectioners’ sugar. Gently turn cookies with fork to generously coat with sugar. Transfer cookies to wire rack to cool completely. 4. Repeat with remaining dough and confectioners’ sugar. Store cookies in tightly covered container at room temperature up to 1 week, or in freezer up to 3 months. Dust with additional confectioners’ sugar before serving if you like. Makes 6 1/2 dozen cookies. • Each serving: About 65 calories, 4g total fat (2g saturated), 7mg cholesterol, 30mg sodium, 6g total carbs, 1g protein. For thousands of triple-tested recipes, visit our website at www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipefinder/. © 2013 Hearst Communications, Inc. All rights reserved

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The Christmas tree is the centerpiece of your home during the holiday season. While some people make their lives easier with a fake tree, nothing beats the smell of a freshly cut tree. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to drop $50 or $100 on a tree that will be around for all of two weeks, and there don’t seem to be many options for saving money on one. So in the spirit of Christmas, Michael Bondi, professor of forestry with Oregon State University Extension Services, shares his top tips to save money on a real tree this holiday season. 1. Shop Around It’s the most commonsense advice you can get when shopping for anything, but there is a specific method to shopping around when it comes to live Christmas trees. “The prices can vary quite a bit,” says Bondi, who explains that big-box retailers have the best prices, but the trees tend to not be as fresh because they are purchased in bulk. Further, you’re always sacrificing on customer service when you shop at a big box. Garden centers tend to have the freshest trees and decent customer service, but the prices are greater than a big box. Another option? Look for a nonprofit or charity that’s selling trees. Not only can you get them on the cheap, you also can help out your community while you buy. 2. Shop for Species “Trees that grow faster are less expensive because they can be brought to market faster,” says Bondi. Conversely, trees that grow more slowly are more expensive. This isn’t just due to the amount of time it takes to grow. Slowergrowing trees tend to be a little fussier. Balsam and Douglas firs are among the least-expensive trees, with more exotic trees like Nordman and Turkish firs being on the other end of the spectrum. Noble firs and Frasier firs are in the middle. For what it’s worth, the smell of Christmas basically is the smell of a Douglas fir, so don’t feel like you’re missing out if you go for one of the lessexpensive trees. 3. Accept “Charlie Brown” Trees Everyone is afraid of getting a “Charlie Brown” tree, but not only does Bondi think there’s nothing wrong with such trees, he also has fond family memories of them. As a child,

his father often would buy three trees, cut the branches off of two and drill them into the third. “My father was very artistic,” says Bondi, “that was his way of putting his personal flair on the tree.” Even if you aren’t the artistic type, a Charlie Brown tree might not be as bad as you think. Not only are they significantly less expensive, but there might not be anything wrong with them for your purposes. “One of the beautiful things about real trees is the variation,” says Bondi, “If you’re going to put a tree up against the wall, a few missing branches don’t really matter.” 4. Wait for Prices to Come Down ... and Haggle The closer you get to Christmas, the cheaper a tree will be. “If there are still a lot of trees left on the lot,” says Bondi, “they’re going to start getting anxious about selling them.” If you go tree shopping after the first week of December and there’s still a glut of trees left on the lot, don’t be afraid to haggle a little. So to save money on live Christmas trees this holiday season, wait a week or so to shop, aim for cheaper species of tree, don’t be afraid to haggle and don’t be looking for perfection. Best of all, you’re adding to your savings while buying from American farmers, being green and pumping money into the local economy. What could be better than that? Information courtesy www.gobankingrates.com.

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• Winter Wonderland Outdoor Holiday Display is Lighting up the lives of Children...young and old! Come to Stokes Thomas City Park for this annual lighted holiday display. STARTS on SATURDAY NOV. 30th. Bring the family 6-9 p.m. every Friday, Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving through December 29th.

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PICKS OF THE WEEK “Despicable Me 2” (PG) -- Once a dastardly supervillain, the sinister Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) became a doting father in the last movie. With his three adopted daughters (and a crew of goofy yellow minions), Gru must undertake a daunting mission: enter the dating scene. This mission, however, is interrupted by another mission from an Anti-Villain Agent, Lucy (Kristen Wiig) -- Gru and company have to foil a supervillain scheme at a shopping mall. The plot sounds a little unwieldy, but it barely gets in the way. The real focus of the film is the slapstick humor of the minions and the aggressive cuteness of the kids. It’s like a feature-length serving of oldfashioned cartoon humor. Throw in a few lines that will make parents chuckle between rounds of 3-D showboating, and you’ve got a sequel that competes with its predecessor.

“Berberian Sound Studios” (R) -- A British sound technician (Toby Jones) takes a job making cringeinducing sound effects for Italian horror movies -- a job that burrows into his mind and brings up his personal demons. In the sound booth, he brutalizes radishes and other vegetables to get the perfect crunch and squish that simulates murder. The camera gets up close and intimate with the destruction. The horror is all in your mind, as old-fashioned sound engineering injects terror through your ears. It’s an utterly creepy and fun experience. Scene from “Berberian Sound Studios”

fellow parishioners change pews so they don’t sit near him during mass. The detailed directing and delicate performances make this real-life horror story gripping and unforgettable.

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“The Hunt” (R) -- In a small community in Denmark, one man’s life is turned upside down by suspicion and hysteria. Lucas (Mads Mikkelsen) is a quiet and thoughtful guy who teaches kindergarten during the week and hunts deer in his off time. One little girl tells a lie that snowballs into a witchhunt against an innocent man. As each scene unfolds, you see one man’s life turn into a nightmare as he is shunned for accusations he can’t possibly disprove. Even in church, his

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MUST SELL: 1995 Toyota 4runner 172,000 miles, leather interior, power windows, moon roof, newer clutch, new water pump, radiator, timing belt, good tires. $3000 obo. Call 605-690-0314.

FOR SALE: Two black leather office chairs with ottomans in good condition. $100 each or best offer. 320-839-7099. Leave a message and your phone number.

FOR SALE: (2) 15580R13 Cooper Snow Tires. On rims with studs. New. 605882-4369.

WANTED TO BUY Old Ford Coupe from the 30's. 605-290-3208.

FOR SALE: Dining Set, six chairs with leaf $175. Hospital Bed, like new $500. Larry 605-690-2301. Jim 605-620-5459.

FOR SALE: 1948 Chevy Truck. 38,000 miles, New, still in box, 5" Chrome Step Rails FOR SALE: Brand new electric lift chair. Fern original owner, always garaged. LIKE NEW! Call with Brackets, for a 4-Door Ford F-150 Pick-up. New sells for $600, asking $300. colored, medium size. $400. 605-874-2016 or (605) 460-0164. 605-237-3744. Clear Lake, SD. Also, new still in box, After Market LED FOR SALE: 4 Chromcraft chairs with rollers. FOR SALE: 2000 Ford F350 XLT Club Cab. 7.3 Headlights & Taillights for a 2006-2007 Diesel, black, new batteries. 215,000 miles. AS F-150. New sells for $425, asking $200. Beige upholstered. 320-839-3138. Contact Mark at 605-467-9749. IS. $5,900. Montevideo, MN 320-226-2372. MOVING SALE: Couch $50.00, 2 FOR SALE: Locking Aluminum Truck Box. Fits behind cab on full size bed. 605-924-1513. $125. Big Stone City.

WANTED TO BUY: 1957 - 1960 Ford Pickup to restore or one for parts. Call Ken at (320) 226-1314.

FOR SALE: Hitch for Jeep Grand Cherokee FOR SALE: 2000 Silverado 1500 4X4. Ex2011-2014. New Class 3 2" receiving tube FOR SALE: Cast Iron Bath Tub. Call tended Cab. 158,000. Call 605-561-1797. 605-874-2830 with pre-existing bolts. $110 or make offer. For Sale: 1950 International Pickup. Wooden Call 320-598-7973. Leave message. FOR SALE: Antique Chopping Block. 60 Grain Box is in good condition. Complete years old. 29" X 24". Height 34". Good engine. Cab Interior poor condition. Perfect FOR SALE. Tires - 4 265-70R17 tires. $100 condition. $600. phone 605-882-3526. restoration project. $1500. Located near Wa- OBO. One 750-16 Snow Tire. New $50. FOR SALE: Craftmatic Lift Bed. $75. Call tertown, SD. Come & see. (402) 968-9208. OBO. Call 605-882-2446. 320-265-6950. FOR SALE. Tires - 215R60 15. Less than FOR SALE: Cast Iron double kitchen sink FOR SALE: 1948 5window 1/2 ton chevy pickup ... 3,500.00 OBO ... Located in Water- 1000 miles. $350. Call 320-305-0418. with faucet. Cream colored, good condition and extra deep bowls.22"X33". $100 town, SD ... Call 605-882-1882 FOR SALE: Ford V8 engine. 1949 Flathead for Call 605-868-1360 FOR SALE: Car Cover. Extreme Garage, re-build or parts. Has adjustable valve lifters. FOR SALE: Elec. Prism PowerChair ready-fit XL. Fits cars 16'9" to 19'. Storage Phone 320-839-3332. Perfect Fit. 605-237-6695. bag included. $20. Watertown 605-520-2339. FOR SALE: tranny and transfer case, fresh FOR SALE: Microwave Cart. Good FOR SALE: 2002 Silverado W/T V6 1500, rebuilt fits 95-99 chevy/GMC ... and a 1953 Condition. $20.00. Please call 605-254-3979. 199k miles, Regular Cab, white, long box, willys ... located in Watertown, SD ... call FOR SALE: An upholstered swivel A/C works well, good mileage, new tires. Call 605-881-8064 rocking chair in excellent condition. Call or Text 320-290-6015. $2,300. 605-486-4430. FOR SALE: Chevy Corvair engine. early FOR SALE: Chevrolet Impala LT, silver, very 60’s. 1961 to 1964. Call 320-839-3332. FOR SALE: Salad Master Cookware clean, 61,000 miles, full power, 33 miles per Set, only one frying pan used once. 16 inch factory cadillac escalade rims / Cleaner cookbook included In original box. gallon, will burn E-85 gasoline, will consider chevy 350 fits 88 - 94 75.000 miles ... in Call 605-881-2705. $1500.00 or best offer. trade. $12,500. Call (320) 839-3595. watertown call 605-882-1882

1981 chevy camero factory run air 2800.00 OBO ... located in watertown call or text 605-690-6125

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: A 1947 Dodge Truck. One-of-a-kind to restore. Call 605-882-3095 evenings. If no FOR SALE: 50cc Scooter. Good shape, answer, please leave a message. runs good. 605-266-1465. FOR SALE: White 2007 Tahoe LS, 5.3 liter V8, 38k, Excelent condition. Asking $24,995. FOR SALE: 2001 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic Motorcycle. Lots of extras. 605-880-9884. $9000.00. Call (605) 881-2016. FOR SALE: 1970 Lincoln Mark lll. 2 door, FOR SALE:1978 Honda 750A Hondamatic Collector hard top & in good shape. Blue with black Motorcycle. Low miles. Excellent condition. New battery top. 460 V8 engine. ALWAYS garaged. and tires. NADA book $2,285. Asking $2,000 OBO. Call $3000.00 Call Ron at (605) 868-3964. 605-868-9405. FOR SALE: 1997 FORD EXPLORER EDDIE BAUER TOTALLY LOADED EVERY OPTION FOR SALE: 2008 Harley Davidson FOR SALE: Baseball and football cards 119,000 MILES, VERY GOOD CONDITION, Sportster. 2700 miles. Call 605-880-3287. and memorabilia. Includes cards, small sets, FOR SALE: 1984 1200cc Honda Goldwing Aspenand sports collectibles from the 60’s, 70’s, and NEW TIRES AND BATTERY, V6 MOTOR cade, low miles, lots of extras. Call day or evening, 80’s. Asking $650 OBO. Call 605-886-3422. DETAILS CALL 605-691-9473. 320-273-2181, if no answer leave a message. AVON Collectibles all in original boxes starting from FOR SALE: 1998 Windstar Van. Plum the late 70's. Plates, Christmas items and knick purple, 3.8 V6, rear heat, gray cloth interior, FOR SALE: 2005 Softail Heritage Classic. knacks. Call to discuss. 605-237-2112 tinted windows. $1800 Madison, MN. 7200 miles, fully loaded, clear title, maroon/ Call 320-226-3626. black cherry. Call (605) 880-1817. FOR SALE: 7' X 13' Dog Kennel. 4'X4' Dog House $125. 605-862-8301

FOR SALE: 2010 Chevy Silverado. 37,500 FOR SALE-Yamaha zuma 49cc scootermiles, V6, 2 wheel drive, $13,600 OBO. New great gas mileage and only 2500 mi--605LAKEVIEW KENNEL PET BOARDING - A Snow Tires. Call 605-862-6004. 881-9472 trusted name in pet care. Clean, modern, state-of-the-art facility. For the best care available, call 605-882-3342! Watertown.

FOR SALE: Chihuahua puppies. 8 weeks old. Small, short hair, black, tan, brown, very friendly & have puppy shots. Female $250.00 & Male $200.00. Madison, MN. Call (320) 226-3626

FOR SALE: John Deere Snowmobile 400. $300. Call 605-432-4319 evenings.

FOR SALE: 14 ft. Aluminum Boat with 15 hp Evinrude, bunk-style trailer. 14 ft. Crestliner Nordic with 15 hp Johnson, roller-style trailer. FOR SALE: 2003 Chevy TrailBlazer. 29' Gulf Stream Seahawk 5th Wheel, arctic 102,000 miles roughly on the vehicle. 4.2L package, 2 slide-outs, No smoking or pets, inline 6cyl 4x4 and dark blue. Call for price very clean. WANTED TO BUY: 1600 Lund and any other questions. If no answer leave a Explorer. Day: 320-289-1170, Evenings: message or text. The number is 605-651-5393. 320-289-1162.

FOR SALE: 7' Bristol Pine Artificial Christmas Tree. Used once. $65. Call 605-882-0682.

Drawer/2 Glass Door Classic Style Hutch $75.00, 5 Drawer Dresser, 6 Drawer Dresser with Mirror, 4 Piece Dining Room Set/High Table and Chairs $350.00, End Table Set $15.00. All items are in very good condition. Please call 605-254-3979

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FOR SALE: 2008 5x8 enclosed trailer. Insulated, with windows, like brand new. Used for business in summer, Ice shanty for winter. $1750. FOR SALE: 1996 Shasta 24' Motorhome. New tires on 3500 Ford frame & engine. Very clean. No pets & no smoking. $10,500. Call (507) 249-3994. FOR SALE: Aluminum Boat Lift. 2000#. Full length bunks, motor stop and electric winch. 605-694-2743.

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

FOR SALE: Bobcat T300 Track Machine, cab heat, 2300 hours. Good condition, very reasonable. Will trade for '32, '33 or '34 Ford car in any condition. 605-2903208.

4 SALE BOAT LIFT FOR PONTOON OR BOAT $1100.00. 320-839-3207

FOR SALE: 2 Bruno Scooter Lifts for vehicles. 1 model 670 Curbsider $400. 1 model Scooter Lift Jr, $150. 605-8813950. Watertown.

For Sale: Steele Generater 7500 Watt Electric Start. Never Been Used $600.00 or Best Offer Call - 605-886-5429

FOR SALE: 42" high by 28" wide by 26" deep safe. Very heavy. You move. Call weekdays 320-289-1383

FOR SALE: Large 36 inch exhaust fan suitable for barns, machine or mechanic work FOR SALE: Electronic Dart Board with wooden case. Works great. $75. 605building. Call 605-938-4748. 233-0480. FOR SALE: ShopSmith Mark V Woodworking Unit With Manuals Table Saw Lathe Disc FOR SALE: 3 Men's Black Leather Vests. Excellent condition. Sizes: 1 large, 1 extra Sander Drill Press Used Little $700 obo large, 1 size 44 tall. 320-598-3404. 605-467-0889 FOR SALE: 1957 Chevy Pick-up box trailer with good rear end $300. 605-881-4315

FOR SALE: Big Joe lift, manual foot pump,20 inch X 25 inch platform,capacity 1000#,lifts 5 inch to 54 inch,model 14P54, $325 OBO 605 874-2478

FOR SALE: COINS. 2012 & 2013 Uncl. Presidential dollars. Both Mints. Also, 5 Mint National Parks Quarters. Call (605) 886-6384.

WANTED: Pull type pop-up camper. All FOR SALE: Barrett Brake Drum Lathe. I really want is the running gear in good Handles 16.5” Drums. $125.00. Call Dave shape. Call 320-598-7810 leave message. 320-769-4337. FOR SALE: 2003 Excel 33' Fifth Wheel Camper. 3 slideouts stored inside. Very clean. Appleton, MN (320) 289-2780.

FOR SALE: Paperback Romance Novels. FOR SALE: Antique Dayton Hobart grocery Over 30 popular authors. ALL books in very good condition. $.50 each or 3/$1.00. store type scale. Up to 24#’s. Call 1-605Call (605) 880-6441. 949-4009. 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: 17" Grumman aluminum canoe in very good condition. Current MN registration. 320-568-2527 FOR SALE: Shasta Phoenix 30' Fifth Wheel Camper. Living area in front. Excellent condition. Must see. 605-793-2145.

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. www.helpingothers4life.biz (507) 677-2356

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: 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.

BUYING: Old Machinery, Junk Cars, Combines, Steel Bins, Tractors, Tin, Wire & Appliances. Will haul & clean-up With Skid Steer. Call (605) 770-9211. Wanted to Buy: Calf Huts Would prefer is good shape. Willing to come pick them up. 605-880-1490.

FOR SALE: 2004 Gulf Stream Motorhome. 22 FT, 30,600 miles, generator, 6 liter, FOR SALE: 36" COMBINATION TORM DOOR WITH SCREEN INSERT. $35. gas, V8, Chevy, sleeps 2. $17,000.00 in WATERTOWN 605-753-5313. Milbank. Call (605) 432-5341. FOR SALE: 2005 Jayco 29' Camper. Single slide large rear window. Very Clean. In Barness Park Glenwood. $8,200.00 Call (320) 289-1909 or (320) 808-1209.

FOR SALE: Patio door. One door is stationary and one swings open to the inside. $100 OBO. 605-753-5313

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.

FOR SALE: 100 used cement blocks. New Effington, SD. Please call 605-637-5458.

ATTENTION HUNTERS & TRAPPERS Greater Midwest Fur Exchange will be stopping in your area to buy furs and deer hides on the following Saturdays: November 16th & 30th, December 21st and February 1st AT THESE LOCATIONS: • HETLAND, SD, 301 Main Street at our fur buying station from 12 noon - 5 PM. • WATERTOWN, SD at the Runnings Farm and Fleet Store from 5:30 PM 6:15 PM. Information: 563-608-4401. FOR SALE: Fish Trap One Man Portable House, adjustable seat, like new $125. 320-748-7168. HUNTERS! Fully equipped house in Bryant. Sleeps four. Large area to run dogs. no guides. Call 605-628-2238 for more information.

FOR SALE: 2011 6'X10' Royal Cargo enclosed trailer, drop ramp back door and side door, spare, CLOVER LEAF SPORTING CLAYS charcoal, excellent condition. 605-203-1279.

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FOR SALE: Farmhand loader with grapple fork includes PTO pump. Taken off 300 Farmall tractor. Snow bucket and manure tines. Home-605-795-3911. Cell605-881-2279.

FOR SALE: WTD Old 1/2 Round Gutters. 320-695-2742.

Wanted to Buy: Hand Corn Sheller, any make or International Hand Corn Sheller for Parts. Call 605-880-1369. FOR SALE: Farmhand loader with grapple fork includes PTO pump. Taken off 300 Farmall tractor. Snow bucket and manure tines. Home-605-795-3911. Cell605-881-2279.

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FOR SALE: 13x28 tractor chains excellent shape. 605-486-4430 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. 605-881-2721.

St. Croix Auburn corn-burning stove with gold door. Top of line. Zero clearance. Extras. Great value at $800. Call Jon at 605/3453962.

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

FOR SALE: Cat248 Skid Steer Loader, cab heat, 2000 hours, 2000 lb lift capacity. 24 horsepower. 605-290-3208. Very reasonable.

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December 9, 2013 continued from page 13 For Sale: H International Tractor for parts. 1976 Kenworth Dump Truck 360 Cummings Engine. Ditch Bank Mower 3pt hitch. Call evenings (605) 432-6075.

Tidbits® of The Lake Area - www.DakotaBits.com - For Advertising Call 605-541-0110 FOR SALE: Poly Dome Nursery Calf Huts. $150.00 (O.B.O.) Call 605-983-3903 & Please Leave A Message. FOR SALE: 325 Gallon Pick Up Poly Tank. $150.00. Call 605-983-3903 & Please Leave A Message.

TRAFFIC SAFE TEAM OF HAFLINGER DRIVING HORSES. 13.2 and 13.3 hands. 3 FOR SALE: New Hub City over running years and 8 year. Geldings. $1750 for team. 1000 to 540 pto coupling part #0331-00012. 605-932-3509. Cell Ernie 605-467-0945 Quick realease up to 125 hp. $200.00 asking SELLING: Bale spike for skide steer. $325. $125.00 obo. Call 492-3337. 44" Swisher Rough Cut Trail Mower. $650. FOR SALE: 1947 M JD Tractor with Both in very good condition. 605-881-0569. hydraulic 2 pt w/ 5ft digger and 2 btm plow. FOR SALE: 5 Dorper Katahdin ewes, open Make Offer. New paint and tires. Call 320two to four years old, hair sheep. $150 each. 394-2348. Evenings 9 pm. 605-873-2175 FOR SALE: 1980 Gleaner F-2 Combine, FOR SALE: 1973 Tandom Chev Truck. 427 Engine. 5x4 4-row, 30” corn head. $4,000 or best offer. Pickup head also available. Call 605-924-0467. Trans. 18 ft. Steel Box, Tilt hood, Excellent tires, Nice truck. Call (605) 854-3693 or (605) 203-1900. FOR SALE 44 inch Swisher pull behind mower $400 OBO. 320-815-7249.

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.

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FOR SALE: Clark, SD. Three bedroom ranch house on deadend street. 1660 sq. ft. with a three season room. Basement, detached garage 26'X44'. 605-532-3742.

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

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) 398-6464 Evenings call (605) 398-6457

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 605-881For Sale: 5 Bedroom House, with 1 1/2 4078. Bathrooms, Central Air & Heating, 2 Car Garage. This home has a solid foundation & was built in the 1920's. Asking $49,999. Call (320) FOR SALE: Paper Shreader, old 760•4467. typewriter, fax machine. Make offer. Call

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

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FOR SALE: HP Officejet All-in-one phone, fax & copier. Call 1-605-949-4009. FOR SALE: Marco Polo Apartment size piano with bench. 66 keys, very good condition. Call 320-839-6165.

FOR SALE: Nordic Track's Walk Fit Treadmill with workout computer & pulse sensor. $95.00. Call (605) 432-6909. WANTED TO BUY Looking for old electric gas pumps and old signs. 605-290-3208 WANTED TO BUY: Old outboard motors - running or not - the smaller the better. 605-881-3540.

13 WANTED TO BUY: Nikken magnetic pads in good condition. 605-345-4580. 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@hotmail.com

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• Wed., December 11- BSC Branch Public Library open 2PM - 6PM • Sat., December 14th - BSC Branch Public Library open 10AM - 1PM • The Big Stone City School will be having a Community Sing-a-Long event on Dec. 19th, 2013. This will be held in the school gym at 2:30pm. Each music class will perform a couple songs showing the musical skills they have been learning. In between classes, the audience will be able to suggest songs to sing. Also, the 5th grade band students will perform for the first time with the Elementary band, and the Middle School band will perform a few selections as well! • The second annual CHRISTMAS TEA Open House to be held on Saturday, December 21, 2013 from 10:00-12:00. Christmas stories for both the children as well as for the adults with the stories of THE CUP OF CHRISTMAS TEA and THE MEMORY OF THE CUP OF CHRISTMAS TEA. Enjoy refreshments while listening to live Christmas music with instruments and singing. A visit from Santa is planned at 11:30 am. Please stop by with your family and enjoy the Christmas spirit at the Big Stone City Branch Library. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Big-Stone-City-BranchLibrary/401822899910653 • The Big Stone City Council meets on the first Monday of every month at 7:00pm. Meetings are held in the Community Center located at 400 Washington Street in Big Stone City. SUBMIT YOUR BIG STONE CITY EVENTS THROUGH THE COMMUNITY EVENT SUBMISSION PAGE

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Neptune Chowder 1. In a large saucepan sprayed with butter-flaHere’s a hearty soup that features the bounty of the vored cooking spray, saute onion and celery for 5 sea. If you live in an area where fresh fish is abun- minutes. Add potatoes, carrots, water and lemon dant, use it! The frozen works just fine, too. pepper. Mix well to combine. Bring mixture to a boil. Lower heat, cover and simmer for 10 min2 cups thinly sliced onion utes. 1 cup chopped celery 2. Stir in fish pieces and continue simmering for 2 cups diced raw potatoes 10 minutes or until vegetables and fish are tender. 1 cup shredded carrots Add evaporated milk, fat-free milk and Cheddar 2 cups water cheese. Mix well to combine. Continue simmer1/2 teaspoon lemon pepper ing until cheese melts, stirring often. 8 ounces white fish fillet, 3. When serving, garnish each bowl with parsley cut into bite-size pieces flakes. Makes 6 (1 1/3 cup) servings. 1 (12-fluid-ounce) can evaporated fat-free milk • Each serving equals: 208 calories, 4g fat, 18g 1 cup fat-free milk protein, 25g carb., 365mg sodium, 2g fiber; Dia1 cup shredded reduced-fat Cheddar cheese betic Exchanges: 1 1/2 Meat, 1 Fat-Free Milk, 1 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley or Vegetable, 1/2 Starch. 2 teaspoons dried parsley flakes © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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• Kids ages Kindergarten through 4th Grade, stop down to the Appleton Public Library & pick up a coloring sheet for our Kids Coloring Contest! Return your colored pictures by December 13th for a chance to win prizes! • The Ridge Runners Snowmobile Club will be holding a Snowmobile Safety training Saturday, December 14th at 800 a.m. at their club house. Youth must be at least 11 years old to take the class. Participants must bring helmets and appropriate clothing. Lunch will be provided. For more information, call Tron Tosel at (320) 297-0403 or Tim Welling at (320) 297-1200 • Trinity Lutheran will have a Christmas Cookie sale Saturday, December 14th from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Lunch will also be served • Christmas at Trinity will be Sunday, December 15th at 4:00 p.m. All are invited to this free event. It is a time to sit back and enjoy some Christmas music and stories. A meal will be served following the event. For meal tickets, please call the church office to order. They are $10/individual and $25/family • Events at the Appleton Public Library

-December 9, 4-5:30 p.m.-Open House sponsored by the Friends of the Library -December 16, 3:30-4:30 p.m.-Elf Party for grades K-1. Fun games, snack & a craft!

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Goofus Glass

Q: I have inherited a bowl that has been identified as “Goofus Glass.” What exactly is “Goofus Glass”? -- Beth, East Greenwich, R.I.

A: According to David Shotwell, author of “Glass A to Z,” Goofus Glass -- also known as Mexican Ware, Hooligan Glass and Pickle Glass -- is an inexpensive type of luster-painted glassware that has been sprayed before firing. Shotwell points out that Harry Northwood was a major maker of this type of glass during the late 1800s. Some of the companies that produced it include Crescent Glass, Imperial Glass and LaBelle Glass, from 1890 until about 1930. Incidentally, this type of glass often was given away at regional carnivals and fairs as premiums. ••• Q: I sent you a question more than a month ago. I even enclosed a self-addressed, stamped envelope, but so far I have not received an answer. -- Betty, Rio Rancho, N.M. A: If you sent me a self-addressed, stamped envelope, it was a waste of money, since I do not provide personal replies. All questions that I am able to address appear in this column, and due to the high level of mail received, not every inquiry can be answered. My only help in writing this weekly column is a rather cranky black cat that acts as my personal secretary. She takes notes in short paw, but has a rather disturbing habit of occasionally shredding a letter or two.

December 9, 2013 ••• Q: I have three older milk bottles from Michigan dairies. I have done a little research, and none of the dairies now exist. I think the bottles are probably pre-World War II. Are they worth keeping? -- Jim, Grand Rapids, Mich. A: The National Association of Milk Bottle Collectors, a group that publishes a monthly newsletter, “Milk Route,” is probably your best bet. Contact is 18 Pond Place, Cos Cob, CT 06807; and milkroute@yahoo.com. ••• Q: I have a jigsaw puzzle featuring a scene from “Thunderball,” the James Bond film. Is it worth saving? -- Charles, Decatur, Ill. A: Your puzzle was issued by Milton Bradley in 1965. According to “Toys & Prices” by Mark Bellomo, your puzzle is worth between $20 and $95, depending on condition. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@aol.com. 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.

SECOND ANNUAL YEAR-END

TIMED ONLINE AUCTION Engelstad Auction Co., along with Proxibid.com, are pleased to offer this Reduction Auction of clean, late model snowmobiles & a quality line of ATV’s. This property will be offered in a Timed Online Auction hosted by:

Visit www.proxibid.com/engelstad for complete listing, pictures, terms & conditions. BID ONLINE : www.proxibid.com/engelstad

START: December 7, 2013 - 8:00 am CST CLOSE: December 20, 2013 - 8:00 pm CST

Inspections can be made by contacting Engelstad Auction Co. or by visiting Roelofsen’s, Inc. - 595 Main Ave - Toronto, SD 57268

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Lot # 12 2011 Polaris Pro RMK

Lot # 39 2008 Spyder GS

Lot # 42 2008 Kawasaki Brute Force

1 2012 Ski-Doo MXZ X 800R ETEC-E B/B 12, low miles, electric start, wrapped, reverse and much more, 2BPSMZCH1CV000206, 762.5 m. 2 2012 Ski-Doo FREERIDE 137 800R ETEC, electric start, skid plate, 2BPSVACBXC000067, 1656 m. 3 2008 Ski-Doo SUMMIT X 154 800, vented side panels, reverse, skid plate, fresh service, 2BPSCG8B38V000064, 3032 m. 4 2005 Ski-Doo MXZ RENEGADE 600, electric start, reverse, skid plate, driven only on Black Hills trails, 2BPSBX5C55V000210, 3244 m. 5 2001 Polaris INDY 600, studded track and jetted for the hills and ready to go, 4XANP6ES61B126617, 3244 m. 6 2011 Ski-Doo SUMMIT X 154 800R ETEC B/W 11, reverse, skid plate, new top end just over 2 years ago, 2BPSUPBAXBV000132, 3031 m. 7 2001 Ski-Doo MXZ X 600, reverse, skid plate, been through shop, new kill switch, ready for snow, 2BPS183061V000051, 3590 m. 8 2007 Polaris DRAGON 700 (09 plastics), reverse, updated plastics, SN1PL7JS87C724944. 9 1995 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 583, bought last year and traded for a brand new one, good starter sled, 1014-00659, 6385 m. 10 2012 Ski-Doo SUMMIT X 154 800ETEC, reverse, skid plate, belonged to factory rep, 2BPSUPCP0CV000438, 1069 m. 11 2002 Ski-Doo MXZ TRAIL 500, skid plate, through shop, not a thing wrong, perfect for trail and kids, 2BPS194732V000964, 3237 m. 12 2011 Polaris PRO RMK 155 800, low miles, rebuilt engine, SN1CG8GS3BC140685, 742 m. 13 2012 Arctic Cat M8 162 SNO PRO, Boondocker kit with intercooler, new injectors, manual control, 4UF10SNW4AT106666, 1072 m. 14 2011 Ski-Doo SUMMIT X 146 800R ETEC B/B11, reverse, skid plate, redone pistons, 800 miles on new top end, 2BPSURBB9BV000045, 1879 m. 15 2010 Ski-Doo SUMMIT EVEREST 800 154, reverse, skid plate, sold here new, traded to a new 2013, 2BPSCTAA2AV000010. 16 2005 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 600, 2BPSCL5B65V000326, 3256 m. 17 2001 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 700, skid plate, rebuilt motor 2 yrs ago, been through shop, compression 130 both sides, 2BPS1563XYV000231, 6243 m. 18 2008 Ski-Doo SUMMIT EVEREST 154 800, reverse, skid plate, brand new clutch last year, sharp looking sled, 2BPSCG8B48V000154, 3117 m. 19 2011 Ski-Doo SUMMIT X 154 800 ETEC B/B11, reverse, skid plate, XRS stickers, 2BPSUPBB0BV0000052, 1603 m. 20 2007 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 144, 800R, reverse, skid plate, new motor and computer a few years ago, rock solid, 2BPSCK7D17V000049, 4241 m. 21 2007 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 800R, reverse, skid plate, aftermarket skis, BOSS seat, wrap and can, 2BPSCK7A87V000460, 4241 m. 23 2012 Ski-Doo SM SUMMIT X 154 800R ETEC-E B/W12, electric start, extended bars, vented panels, warranty, 2BPSUPCC3CV000085, 2516 m. 24 2004 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 144 800, new track, new clutch, ready to go, 2BPS403054V000667, 3675 m. 25 2009 Ski-Doo SUMMIT X 163 800, the sled that started it all and you should really look at this nice Summit, 2BPSC9B89V000206, 1700 m. 27 2005 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 800HO, reverse, skid plate, updated clutch, new carb boots, 2BPSCK5B85V000208. 28 2002 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 600, skid plate, only ridden locally in Minnesota, 2BPX199032v000281. 29 2000 Ski-Doo MXZ 700, skid plate, extended to a 137” 1.5 turning track, turning it into a Renegade, very clean, 2BPS16221YV000380. 30 2007 Ski-Doo RENEGADE MXZ 600SDI, electric start, reverse, skid plate, match to lot#4, clean sled, 2BPSBXD17V000147, 5708 m. 31 1998 Ski-Doo FORMULA DELUXE 583, electric start, reverse, proven 583 motor, great overall condition, 1250-00687, 2014 m. 32 2005 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 600HO, electric start, reverse, new motor 250 miles ago, 2BPSCL5A65V000169. 33 2011 Ski-Doo BACKCOUNTRY 800R, electric start, reverse, skid plate, 2BPSBUAC2AV000146, 2160 m. 34 2004 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 144, reverse, electric start, 2BPS4030X4V000261, 2860 m. 35 2004 Ski-Doo SUMMIT 600HO, reverse, skid plate, new rings, carb shocks and clutch components, 2BPS403234V000569, 3735 m. 36 2012 Ski-Doo RENEGADE X 800ETEC, reverse, skid plate, give this a serious look, 2BPSBACA6CV000079, 1087 m. 37 2003 Ski-Doo MXZ-X, reverse, skid plate, 2BPS228723V001197. 38 2001 Ski-Doo SUMMIT HIGHMARK 800, 151” track, reverse, skid plate, new rings, pistons, gaskets, rewind & clutch parts, 2BPS1762X1V000036. 39 2008 Spyder SPYDER GS, electric start, reverse, 25” touring shield, new tires 2,000 miles ago, 2BXJACA198B000789, 10342 m. 40 2011 Can-AM COMMANDER 1000XT, brand new motor (less than 10 miles), electric start, reverse, warranty, 3JBKKHP18BJ000381, 1900 m. 41 2005 Polaris SPORTSMAN 500, VXACH50AX4B235051. 42 2008 Kawasaki BRUTE FORCE 660i, only 1480 miles, JKAVFEF128B513973. 43 2011 Can-AM OUTLANDER 800XT CAMO, electric start, reverse, power steering, six ply tires, 3JBENKPN13BJ000122, 1866 m.

CLOTHING AND APPAREL

Lot # 44 - Pullover Sport Shell, Blue/Grey, Size Large. Lot # 45 - Kids X-Team Jacket, Mixed Color, Size 5. Lot # 46 - Ladies X Team Jacket, Yellow and Black, Size Small. Lot # 47 - Ladies Muskoka Jacket, Blue, Size Medium. Lot # 48 - Ladies Muskoka Jacket, Blue, Size Small. Lot # 49 - Ladies Muskoka Jacket, Blue, Size 2X Large. Lot # 50 - Ladies Muskoka Jacket, X Large. Lot # 51 - Ladies Muskoka Jacket, Red, Size XL. Lot # 52 - Ladies Muskoka Jacket, Red, Size 2XL . Lot # 53 - Ladies Trail Jacket, Red and White, Size Large. Lot # 54 - Ladies Trail Jacket, Red and White, Size Small. Lot # 55 - Ladies Trail Jacket, Red and White, Size X Large. Lot # 56 - Ladies Trail Jacket, Red and White, Size 3X Large. Lot # 57 - Skidoo Freestyle Pants, Black, Size 2X Large. Lot # 58 - Men’s Track & Trail Jacket, Yellow and Gray - Size Small. Lot # 59 - Men’s Track & Trail Jacket, Red and Gray, Size Large. Lot # 60 - Men’s Track & Trail Jacket, Red and Gray, Size Large Tall. Lot # 61 - Men’s Track & Trail Jacket, Red and Gray, Size Medium. Lot # 62 - Men’s Track & Trail Jacket, Red and Gray, Size Medium Tall. Lot # 63 - Men’s Track & Trail Jacket, Red and Gray, Size 2X Large.

Lot # 64 - MCode Jacket, Mixed Colors, Size Extra Small. Lot # 65 - Highmark Shell, White/Grey, Size Medium. Lot # 66 - Highmark Shell, White/Grey, Size Small. Lot # 67 - Teen X-Team Jacket, Raspberry, Size 7. Lot # 68 - Teen X-Team Jacket, Raspberry, Size 10. Lot # 69 - Teen X-Team Jacket, Raspberry, Size 14. Lot # 70 - Teen X-Team Jacket, Raspberry, Size 16. Lot # 71- Teen X-Team Jacket, Mixed Color, Size 10. Lot # 72- Teen X-Team Jacket, Mixed Color, Size 10. Lot # 73 - Teen X-Team Jacket, Mixed Color, Size 12

ROELOFSEN’S, INC. - owner Call Rich or Jason at 605-794-2131

Engelstad Auction Co., LLC • Auctioneer – Corey Engelstad Astoria, SD • (605)690-6719 or (605)832-7719

Remember Pets in Need This Holiday Season DEAR PAW’S CORNER: I have two dogs and a cat, and I love them all dearly. I also try to make things a little better for pets that don’t have homes by helping out two days a month at the local shelter. Please let your readers know that they can make a huge difference in dogs’ and cats’ lives even with a small contribution. If they can’t give their time, they can donate money, food or other pet-care items. Sign me -- Caring in Kalamazoo DEAR KALAMAZOO: You told them, and thanks! The holiday season offers the most opportunities to donate, no matter what amount, to a number of causes benefiting pets. So while you’re busy making gift lists and holiday preparations, don’t forget to include pets in need somewhere in those thoughts. Most local shelters have Web pages online where you can find out about upcoming fundraising events, see what food or supplies are needed, or find a contact number or e-mail address to learn more. Those that don’t have a website often have listings or dedicated space in the town or community newspaper. Major pet-care organizations and petsupply stores have fundraising drives throughout the year, while local organizations sometimes hold supply drives and other events with the help of local businesses or municipalities. You also can donate your free time to help out at local animal shelters. Contact your nearest shelter to see if opportunities are available, how much time is required and if additional training is needed for certain volunteer positions. Send your questions or comments to ask@ pawscorner.com. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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