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Over 4 mil lion Readers Nationwid e May 20, 2013 Volume 1 • Issue #37 Published by Professional Print Management • Serving Northeast South Dakota & West Central Minnesota • Advertising Information 605-541-0110 •


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• It was ancient Roman dramatist, philosopher and statesman Seneca the Younger who made the following sage observation: “While we are postponing, life speeds by.” • You might be surprised at some of the seemingly innocuous things that arouse passions in a group of people. Take the venerable 1960s television show “Mr. Ed,” for example. Evidently, an evangelist named Jim Brown took issue with the show’s theme song, claiming that when played backward, the tune contains the message “the source is Satan” and “someone sang this song for Satan.” His preaching on the subject was so persuasive that members of a church in Ironton, Ohio, made a bonfire of recordings of the song.

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• If you’re planning to visit the Hawaiian island of Kauai, you might want to trek up to Mount Waialeale. If you do, though, be sure to take an umbrella, as that mountain holds the distinction of receiving more rainfall than any other place on Earth, with an average of about 40 feet -- yes, feet -- of rain annually. • A recent national survey of adult children with living parents found that a whopping 70 percent of respondents are against the idea of a parent moving in with them. If it became necessary for one parent to move in, though, two-thirds would choose Mom over Dad. • It was noted wit Ambrose Bierce who, in his “Devil’s Dictionary,” defined faith as “Belief without evidence in what is told by one who speaks without knowledge, of things without parallel.” • Those who study such things say that an ordinary human being can live four weeks without food, four days without water and four minutes without air. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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BUSINESS/SERVICE DIRECTORY PETS LE PAWS - QUALITY GROOMING WITH A CARING TOUCH. Full Service Grooming for Small and Medium Dogs. Over 30 years of experience. 45909 169th Street, Watertown, SD 57201. For Appointments call 1-605-886-1014 or 881-9016. Pam Dorneman. LAKEVIEW KENNEL PET BOARDING - A trusted name in pet care. Clean, modern, state-of-the-art facility. For the best care available, call 605-882-3342! Watertown.

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WORK FROM HOME 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


MISC. 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

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HELP WANTED Position for Fireworks Store Manager in Browns Valley Area Starting June 27, 2013 thru July 5, 2013 Customer service skills, sales, & cash handling experience needed. Will need to stay on site & be a non-smoker, honest and hard working. Call Dan at (605) 882-1744.

FOR RENT FOR RENT: 1 Bedroom, fully furnished, above average condition apartment on ground level in Appleton, Mn. for more information call (320) 289-2161

To Place Your One FREE Private Party Ad Ad Go to Click on FREE4SALE link. (ONE ITEM, PLEASE - NON-COMMERCIAL) FOR SALE: Dock - (9) 4X7 sections with poles and bench. $850. Call 605949-0784. Big Stone City.

FOR SALE: Pair of Hearing Aids. “Miracle Ear” digital. Will be 3 years old in May. Call 320-226-4291.

FOR SALE: Older Vega 24’ pulltype camper. Everything works - electric/gas refrigerator. Shower and tub. $1250. Call 605-862-8327. Big Stone City.

FOR SALE: Chevy Corvair engine. early 60’s. 1961 to 1964. Call 320-8393332.


FOR SALE: 100 used cement blocks. New Effington, SD. Please call 605637-5458.

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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: 1993 GMC Suburban 4X4, 350 V8, $1,695 OBO. Call 320325-5989. 1998 Suburban 4X4 454V-8, $1,200 OBO, needs tranny work. Clinton, MN.

WANTED: 600-16 front tractor tire (needs to have three ribs) Call 605432-6218.

FOR SALE: 2010 Chevy Silverado. 37,500 miles, V6, 2 wheel drive, $13,600 OBO. New Snow Tires. Call 605-862-6004.

WANTED: Fuller Brush Mop w/a string sponge mophead. Call 605-432-6218. FOR SALE: 1947 M JD Tractor with hydraulic 2 pt w/ 5ft digger and 2 btm plow. Make Offer. New paint and tires. WANTED TO BUY: 500 Gallon Call 320-394-2348. Propane Tank. Call 605-486-4430. FOR SALE: Large 36 inch exhaust fan suitable for barns, machine or mechanic work building. Call 605-9384748. WANTED TO BUY: 30# or 40# propane cylinder. Call 605-874-2478.

FOR SALE: 2001 Dodge Ram 1500, 5.9L, many extras, very clean. 186K miles. 605-881-4232. Call anytime. FOR SALE: New - 200 Feet 1” Rope (coiled). Selling for $100. New price was $238. Can deliver to Watertown. Call Bruce at 605-690-8381.

WANTED: 1949 and 1956 high school FOR SALE: Roping Saddle, 17 inch. year books. Tintah, Minnesota. Call $500. Can email photo of the saddle (320) 413-0083. FOR SALE: Ladder rack that fits any upon request. Call Bruce at 605-627full size van and size 13, 14, 15, 16 FOR SALE: Combination storm 5466. door like new. Also Main Door. Call FOR SALE: 1981 Gleaner F@ car and truck tires ... items located in 605-432-6218. Combine, 2120 Engine hours, 1450 Watertown. Call 605-690-6125. FOR SALE: Office Desk 30” x 60” Separator hours, 15 ft Flex Head. FOR SALE: Lift Chair, Burgundy in five drawers with 1 file drawer. Oak $4,000 or best offer. Call (320) 568FOR SALE: 70’s Chevy Custom, short color, used only 4 months. Perfect laminated. Sturdy and very heavy. $25. 2404. box, lowered ... has bad motor ... call condition. Call 605-882-2253 for Call Bruce at 605-690-3833. 605-881-8064 for more details. particulars. FOR SALE: Round oak pedestal WANTED: 1960-66 Chevrolet FOR SALE: 1966 Buick Skylark FOR SALE: Conn Organ in very good table, large leaf with 3 oak carved pickups for parts or to restore. Also, Gran Sport, $7,500. Call (605) 886back, arm chairs. $300.00 OBO. Call condition that features multiple keys 0255 evenings. 1937-47 Plymouth adn Dodge pickups for added instruments while playing on (320) 265-6950. or trucks. Call Ken at 320-226-1314. keyboard. Includes a bench for book FOR SALE: Barrett Brake Drum FOR SALE: Weight Machine $175. storage. Looking for reasonable offer. Lathe. Handles 16.5” Drums. FOR SALE: An upholstered swivel Hoist Fitness System - Prime 8A. 12 Call 605-795-2471. $125.00. Call Dave 320-769-4337. rocking chair in excellent condition. exercises in 12 minutes for the Prime Call 605-486-4430. 8 muscle groups. Watertown, SD. Call FOR SALE: Microwave Cart. Good WANTED TO BUY: A used tread mill 605-753-3228. Condition. $20.00. Please call 605that is in very good working condition. 254-3979. FOR SALE: 12 ft. Outdoor Movie Please call or text: 605-695-6307. FOR SALE: Meyer 8’ snowplow with Theater Blow-up Screen with Blower. FOR SALE: Sofa in good condition, (ALL NEW) For use with your projector. hoist and light bar, stored inside, not floral pattern, soft blue/green/mauve. FOR SALE: Salad Master Cookware Set, used past 3 years, good condition. You have to see it to believe it. only one frying pan used once. Cleaner Call 605-862-6003. MAKE OFFER. Call (605) 878-0544 Goodwin, SD. Call (605) 795-3520. cookbook included In original box. Call Watertown, SD. FOR SALE: Allis Chalmers WD 605-881-2705. $1500.00 or best offer. FOR SALE: 2009 Chevy Impala LT. tractor with Du-All loader. Snow FOR SALE or TRADE: 1980 E-150 Leather Heated Front Seats, Power chains, new PTO pump, new FOR SALE: 2003 Chevy TrailBlazer. hydraulic hoses. $2250. Runs good. Sunroof. 61,500 miles. 11,000 on new Ford Van. 300, 6 cyl., New 4-speed 102,000 miles roughly on the vehicle. Call 605-793-3842. tires. Excellent. Call 605-932-3744 after overdrive transmission, excellent 4.2L inline 6cyl 4x4 and dark blue. Call chrome bumpers and glass. Call 5:00 pm. $10,750 firm. for price and any other questions. If no FOR SALE: Cradle with mattress. anytime. Watertown Call 605-882Beautiful. Call 320-568-2282 After 6 PM. answer leave a message or text. The 2015. FOR SALE: Baseball and football number is 605-651-5393. cards and memorabilia. Includes FOR SALE: 1998 Windstar Van. FOR SALE: 1994 Lumina Van, 3.8 cards, small sets, and sports Plum purple, 3.8 V6, rear heat, gray FOR SALE: Original Aluminum V6, Air, Teal Green, Many new parts, collectibles from the 60’s, 70’s, and cloth interior, tinted windows. $1800 Wheels for Ford Explorer or pickup. Will 80’s. Asking $650 OBO. Call 605-886- 165,000. $800 as is. Madison, MN Call Madison, MN. Call 320-226-3626. fit 1970’s vehicles and other later Fords. 3422. 320-226-3626. Call 320-839-3332. FOR SALE: Duplex in Ortonville Mn, Two 2 bedrooms up and walk out basement. Garage for each unit.. $99,000.00. Call 605-467-9531.

FOR SALE: HP Officejet All-in-one FOR SALE: Paper Shreader, old phone, fax & copier. Call 1-605-949typewriter, fax machine. Make offer. Call 4009. 605-874-2422. FOR SALE: Vibra Body Slimmer FOR SALE: Case IH 5400 no-till drill $800, Nordic Trac Bike $300 and The Wave $50 OBO’s Call 605-880-5069. FOR SALE: 1980 Gleaner F-2 20 foot, 10 inch spacing. Yetter coulter Combine, 4-row, 30” corn head. $4,000 cart. Factory markers. Above average FOR SALE: Poly Dome Nursery or best offer. Pickup head also available. condition. More info call 605-758-2554. Calf Huts. $150.00 (O.B.O.) Call Call 605-924-0467. 605-983-3903 & Please Leave A LOOKING FOR: 4 kitchen chairs Message. FOR SALE: Metal Cutting Band Saw with rollers and arms. Must have good 1Horizontal/vertical capacity on stand. fabric. Call 320-839-3666. FOR SALE: 325 Gallon Pick Up Used little. 2 extra blades. $200. Call Poly Tank. $150.00. Call 605-983605-467-0889. Milbank. 3903 & Please Leave A Message. FOR SALE: Antique Dayton Hobart grocery store type scale. Up to 24#’s. FOR SALE: Ladies Square Dance FOR SALE: Southern Black Hills building Call 1-605-949-4009. Clothes Size 12-14. Skirts, Blouses lot. 2 miles from Wind Cave. Bordered by & Can-Cans. Also a pair of White Black Hills National Forest. South of Custer FOR SALE: Trane Gas House Western Boots Size 7. Call 605-878$60,000. Call 605-881-4078. Furnace. Will Guarantee working 0210. condition. $300 or best offer. WANTED TO BUY: Fixer upper Watertown, SD. Call (605) 753-5313. FOR SALE WITH OPTIONS: 5 Bedroom House Located In snowmobile. Will consider any age and Wheaton, MN. Call 320-760-4467 FOR SALE: New Hub City over condition. Needs to have most of the for more details. running 1000 to 540 pto coupling part parts. Call 605-881-1498. #0331-00012. Quick realease up to 125 FOR SALE: 1991 Ford LTD Crown hp. $200.00 asking $125.00 obo. Call FOR SALE: Perfect graduation gift! Victoria. 302 V8, RWD, 4 Dr. 2004 Mustang, V6, 5 Speed, gets over 492-3337. Madison, Minn. Call 605-430-6695. 25 mpg, 54k miles, Excellent. Call 605FOR SALE: Tony Little’s Gazelle FOR SALE: 2008 Harley Davidson 201-8897 Sportster. 2700 miles. Call 605-880Edge Exercise Machine $75.00 obo. 3287. Call 605-432-5723. FOR SALE: 1988 Prowler 5th Wheel Camper. Stove, Fridge, bathroom, shower, FOR SALE: 2003 Yamaha 1100 VFOR SALE: Marco Polo Apartment Star, very low mileage, extras. $3000 furnace, air - all works great. Asking size piano with bench. 66 keys, very $2,500 OBO. Call 1-605-467-0561 Call 605-590-0759 for more info. good condition. Call 320-839-6165.

FOR SALE: 2008 50cc Lifan Minibike. 3-speed centrifugal clutch. 100 actual miles. $550. Excellent condition. Call 605-868-4922. 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.

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Don’t Let Your Tires Tire By Craig W. Armstrong

We know what they are and we know what they do, but do we know how to take care of them? Most of us don’t think about our tires until they are flat, but not only will proper tire maintenance save you money, it could save your life. Check your tire pressure regularly-monthly and before long trips. You can purchase a traditional pencil gauge or an easy-to-read digital gauge. (Public pressure gauges are subject to abuse and may not be reliable.) Check all four tires when they’re “cold” (before startup) or after the car has set for at least three hours. Be sure to occasionally check your spare tire also. You will find the recommended psi (pounds per square inch) in the vehicle owner’s manual or on the driver’s side doorjamb; some vehicles may also have the information inside the fuel hatch filler flap or the glove compartment door. DO NOT rely on the pressure indicated on the tire; that is the maximum psi and does not take into account driving conditions and situations (speed, load, etc.). Your tire gauge will tell you how much pressure is in the tire. If it’s under the recommendation, add some air...BUT DON’T OVERINFLATE.




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Because air expands when it’s hot and contracts when it’s cold, it’s best to inflate your tires in the morning before the day’s heat. Underinflated tires have greater friction with the road, causing your car to work harder and be less fuel-efficient; underinflation also causes unnecessary wear on tires. Next check the wear on your tires. If the wear is excessive, you will see a smoothness that has replaced tread. A way to check tread wear is to enlist the help of our 16th president. Place a penny into the tire’s groove with Lincoln’s head upside down and facing toward you. If you can see the top of “honest Abe’s” head, it’s time for a new tire. Any tread depth less than 1/16 inch is not only dangerous but is illegal in many states Your driving style has an effect on the health and longevity of your tires. Do you drive fast? Driving at high speeds generates heat and will reduce the life of the tread. It’s also important to consider what you’re driving over. Avoid potholes, curbs, road kill and other obstructions. Another way to keep your tires in good working order is to rotate them every 5,000 to 6,000 miles. Rotating your tires allows them to wear more evenly. If the tires are original to your vehicle, your owner’s manual will tell you when to rotate. If they are replacements, the shop that installed them will recommend a schedule. Being aware of the age of your tires is essential for safety. Because aged tires can deteriorate from the inside, it is recommended that tires over six years old not be used. Federal regulations require that a DOT Tire Identification Number be branded

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on the tire’s sidewall. At the end of the ID number is the week and year of the tire’s production: 2309 or 239 means the 23rd week of 2009. Be aware of the age of your tires and replace accordingly. These simple tips require little time when compared to the consequences of ignoring them. Proper tire maintenance is just one more step toward making sure your vehicle runs properly and safely.

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Summer Energy Savings

Q: Can CFL light bulbs really save money? I'm not convinced. But my electric bill is high enough that I need all the help I can get. -- Carey T., Boone, N.C. A: Depending on the wattage they offset (of old-fashioned light bulbs), compact fluorescent light bulbs can save you some money. Of course, that savings builds up over time -- months and years. They're best used as part of an overall energy savings plan for your home. You don't have to outfit your house with a complete solar panel array, wind turbines or other top-line (and top-dollar) gadgets By Samantha Mazzotta to start cutting your energy bills. Savings can start as easily as turning off unnecessary lights and unplugging electrical or electronic items that don't see much use: for example, a clock radio in the guest room. Set your summertime thermostat no lower than 68 degrees F. If you have a programmable thermostat, have it shift to a slightly higher temperature, say, 74 F, when no one is at home. And here's a thermostat fact that not everyone knows: It's better to simply set the temperature higher, rather than turn off the air conditioner, during the hottest months. When you get home and want to lower the temperature to a more comfortable level, the


air conditioner has much less work to do and will cool the house much more quickly. Another enemy of energy efficiency is dust. Keep the air-conditioning vent covers free of dust, and vacuum the registers monthly. Likewise, change the air conditioner's filter screen once a month during the cooling season. And, because dust can gunk up a refrigerator's cooling coils and reduce its efficiency -- as well as its lifespan -- clean the coils and vacuum under and behind the fridge every couple of months throughout the year. Weatherstripping around window and door frames, usually a fall-season chore, can reduce the amount of cool air escaping the house. If you really want to tackle the problem, get a home-energy audit -- offered at low or no cost by many utilities -- to locate the areas of greatest air leakage. HOME TIP: My husband likes to watch TV until he falls asleep, but then the TV is on all night, running up the electric bill. I solved the problem by programming the television to turn off at a scheduled time -- a feature found on the menu screen. Send your questions or home tips to My new e-book, "101 Best Home Tips," is available to download on Amazon Kindle! Pick it up it today for just 99 cents.

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Puzzle Answe

Pvt. Clifford C. Wilkening

February 21, 1919 - March 31, 1943

Clifford C. Wilkening was born February 21, 1919, in Akron Township to parents Christ and Louise Wilkening. He attended school in Correll and Appleton, graduating from Appleton High School in 1938. He was inducted into the Army on January 24, 1942, and sent to Camp Grant, Illinois, and then to Fort Lewis, Washington. In May of 1942 he was sent to New Guinea in the southwest Pacific. He died on March 31, 1943, of typhus fever. He was a Appleton, Minnesota is the only city in the world to have all of its streets and avenues named after its fallen veterans. With the help of Appleton businesses and referencing the book Home of Honored Veterans, Tidbits of the Lake Area would like to introduce you to one of these Honored Soldiers each week.

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member of Co. B, 16th Medical Battalion. Memorial services were held on May 30, 1943, with Rev. Paul Gierke, officiating. He was at first buried in an Army cemetery and was reburied in the Appleton cemetery on June 29, 1948. At the time of his death he was survived by his parents, two brothers: Walter and Warren; and a sister, Irene Lilevjen.

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Old Tools

Q: I have a garage of old tools that belonged to my granddad. Some are even to repair Model T automobiles. I have been told that vintage tools are collectible. -- Steve, West Pueblo, Colo. A: One of the better references is the "Antique Trader Tools Price Guide" by Clarence Blanchard and published by Krause. Some of the values listed are a handsaw manufactured by Henry Disston & Sons, $1,210; a plow plane from 1884, $14,300; a plumb and level with wooden arch and lead plumb bob, $440; early hatchet, $50; miniature brace, Dutch origin, $120; and a box of letter stamps, set of 27, A to Z plus &, $33. As you can clearly see, tool chests have become treasure chests, especially if they are filled with older, desirable tools. A good source to buy and sell older tools is Brown Auction Services, 27 Fickett Road, Pownal ME 04069. ••• Q: I have a partial set of Sakura china in the Laredo pattern. Although I originally had a complete service for 12, I have managed to break several plates, cups and saucers

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during the past 20 or so years. I really like this pattern and of $1,000 each, depending on selection and, again, condition. would like to replace my missing pieces. Can you help me? My advice is to pass on the "deal." -- Terry, Bluffton, S.C. ••• Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL A: Your pattern was discontinued during the late 1990s. 32853-6475, or send e-mail to Due to the large volume of mail he Replacements, Inc. is the go-to source for missing pieces of receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. sterling flatware, china and crystal. I checked the company's © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. website and found several pieces, including a cup and saucer for $9.99; a 9-inch vegetable bowl, $79.95; and a dinner plate, $23.99. The toll-free number is 800-737-5223. ••• Q: I have an opportunity to buy a recording by Caruso, "Chanson de Noel," issued by Victor on its red seal label. I can buy it for $50. Deal or not? -- Carl, Ramona, Calif. A: Your record was cut just before Christmas of 1916 and is valued in the $5 to $15 range, depending on condition. Most Caruso recordings are not as rare as many people have been led to believe. The ones to look for are his Zonophone recordings, which can sell for upward

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