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Hurrying my 11-year old daughter to school, I made a right turn at a red light when it was prohibited. "Uh-oh," I said, realizing my mistake. "I just made an illegal turn." "I guess it’s all right," my daughter replied, "The police car behind us just did the same thing."

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Q: I found a ceramic cat's head in a junk shop in Dallas, and I am not quite sure what it was used as. It obviously mounted on the wall, and the cat's mouth has a small hole. -- Betty, Spring Branch, Texas A: You have a string holder, an item often found in kitchens throughout the 1930s and '40s. The one in my grandmother's kitchen featured a monkey design. Values vary depending on style and condition, but often sell in the $20 to $45 range. ••• Q: I recently inherited a collection of books from a distant relative who was a professor of literature at a major university. Although several of the books are extremely interesting, I am curious about one in particular: "Prufock and Other Observations" by T.S. Eliot. It was published in London in 1917 and appears to be a first edition. -- Susan, Helena, Mont. A: This was T.S. Eliot's first book. According to "Collected Books: The Guide to Values" by Allen and Patricia Ahearn (Putnam Press), your book, if it is,

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indeed, a first edition and in decent shape, is worth in the $8,500 to $10,000 range. ••• Q: My grandmother was Canadian, and I found a commemorative plate in her estate. It was issued in 1927 and is the Canadian Jubilee issue. The identification mark indicates that it was made by Wedgwood and Sons and imported by Nerlich & Company of Toronto. Do you have any idea of how much it is worth? -- Stan, Providence, R.I. A It took a little effort to track down information about this plate. After searching through several guides, I finally found it referenced in "Bergesen's Price Guide of British Ceramics" by Victoria Bergesen, who indicates it is worth about $100 USD. ••• Q: About 10 years ago, I found several Pez dispensers in a thrift store. They are all Looney Tune characters: Western Sam, Movie Daffy, Western Bugs Bunny, French Tweetie and African Taz. I paid a buck each for them and hope they have increased in value. -- Sean, Albuquerque, N.M. A: Your dispensers are each worth in the $3 to $5 range. 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. © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Tidbits® of The Lake Area - www.LakeAreaTidbits.com - For Advertising Call 605-541-0110 Answers on page 8

• It was Scotsman Bertie Charles Forbes, journalist and founder of Forbes magazine, who made the following sage observation: “There is more credit and satisfaction in being a first-rate truck driver than in being a tenth-rate executive.” Answers on page 8

• The prospectors of 1849 might not have realized it, but you’re more likely to find a 5-carat diamond than a 1-ounce nugget of gold. • You might be surprised -and, depending on your temperament, terrified -- to learn that bats can fly at speeds up to 60 mph. Some can even reach altitudes of 10,000 feet. • Coffee beans are actually seeds. The fruit of the coffee tree is called a cherry and are said to be delicious. They spoil too quickly to be marketed effectively, though, so only the seeds are used. • Beverly Hills, Calif., is one of the most affluent areas of the country. It was not always such a posh locale, however; in 1920 the population was 674, and most of the land was given over to bean fields. • All joking aside, those who study such things say that natural blondes tend to have more difficulty driving than those whose hair is of a darker hue -- at night, anyway. The reason? Most natural blondes also have blue eyes, which aren’t as good as brown eyes at shielding out light. This means that blondes tend to be more easily blinded by the headlights of oncoming cars. © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

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November 10th School House Suites Hunting Widows Craft/Vendor Expo 10-3 • Milbank, SD

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New Monday-Wednesday 11:00am-1:00am Hours: Thursday-Saturday 10:30am-1:00am

Private Carl William (Bill) Edquist August 3, 1910~October 14, 1944

Private Carl William (Bill) Edquist was born August 3, 1910, in Chippewa County, Minnesota, to parents Nels and Mary (Morland) Edquist. The family moved to Edison Township, Swift County, in the fall of 1910, where they lived until 1923. His mother contracted TB and went to the sanitorium in St. Peter in December 1921. Bill lived with his aunt and uncle, Ellen and John Halvorson in Appleton for a number of years and from 1938 until he entered the service, Bill lived and worked at the Martin Nielsen farm in Montevideo. Bill was inducted into the United States Army on April 24, 1942, and received his training at Camp Bowie, Texas, Camp Pickett, Virginia, and Camp Shelby, Mississippi, before going to New Guinea in January 1944. Bill died at the age 34 on October 14, 1944, at Oro Bay in New Guinea and is buried at Fort McKinley U.S. Military Cemetery in Manila, the Philippine Islands. At the time of his death he was survived by his father (now deceased); two sisters: Alice Freeman (now deceased) and Mabel Gunderson of Fergus Falls, and three brothers: Clarence (now deceased), Fred (now deceased) and Arthur (now deceased) in the United States Army Air Corps in India; his aunt, Ellen Halvorson and several cousins. Edquist Street is located on the east side of Appleton, between Gaulke and Bordson Appleton, Minnesota Streets. Learn more at... www.beyondtheyellowribbon.org

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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Tidbits® of The Lake Area - www.LakeAreaTidbits.com - For Advertising Call 605-541-0110 • On Nov. 14, 1914, in Constantinople, capital of the Ottoman Empire, the religious leader Sheikh-ul-Islam declares an Islamic holy war on behalf of the Ottoman government, urging his Muslim followers to take up arms against Britain, France, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro.

• On Nov. 12, 1864, Union Gen. William T. Sherman orders the business district of Atlanta destroyed before he embarks on his famous March to the Sea through Georgia to prevent the Confederates from recovering anything once the Yankees had abandoned it. • On Nov. 16, 1901, a low-slung car called the “Torpedo Racer” -- basically a square platform on bicycle wheels - breaks the world speed record for electric cars in Coney Island, N.Y., by going 1 mile down the straight dirt track in just 63 seconds. That’s about 57 mph. Today the world speed record for an electric vehicle is about 245 mph.

• On Nov. 15, 1943, Heinrich Himmler makes public an order that Gypsies are to be put on “the same level as Jews and placed in concentration camps.” Himmler was determined to prosecute Nazism racial policies, which dictated the elimination of all races deemed “inferior” and “asocial.” • On Nov. 13, 1953, a member of the Indiana Textbook Commission calls for the removal of references to the book “Robin Hood” from textbooks used by the state’s schools. She claimed that Robin Hood was a communist because he robbed the rich and gave it to the poor. © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

Nov. 5 - No School (Faculty Workshop) Nov. 8 - K-12 Parent-Teacher Conferences (evening) Nov. 13 - Elementary Conference (evening) Athletic Schedule for November 2012 Girls Basketball Nov. 30 - Ortonville @ Minneota - 6:15 pm Boys Wrestling Nov. 30 - Ortonville @ MelroseArea - 4:00 pm

Scholarship Fundraiser

The VFW Post 3964 will be having a Roast Beef Dinner feed at the VFW basement on

Sunday, Nov. 11, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $8 per person with proceeds going to the scholarship fund. All veterans eat free. They are also selling raffle tickets at a cost of $20 with 600 tickets being sold. There will be a drawing for four $1000 cash prizes.

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TOP OF THE CHARTS as of Oct. 29, 2012 Top 10 Pop Singles This Week .......................................Last Week 1. Maroon 5 .....................................No. 1 .............................................. “One More Night” 2. PSY ..............................................No. 2 ................................................“Gangnam Style” 3. Taylor Swift .................................new entry ....................... “I Knew You Were Trouble” 4. fun. ..............................................No. 4 ....................................................“Some Nights” 5. Taylor Swift .................................No. 5 ....“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” 6. Justin Bieber feat. Big Sean ........No. 7 .............................. “As Long As You Love Me” 7. Alex Clare ...................................No. 10 ...................................................... “Too Close” 8. Ke$ha ..........................................No. 14 ..................................................... “Die Young” 9. Pink .............................................No. 9 .................................“Blow Me (One Last Kiss) 10. Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen ...No. 11 .................................................... “Good Time” Top 10 Albums 1. Mumford & Sons No. 1 “Babel” 2. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis new entry “The Heist” 3. KISS new entry “Monster” 4. MGK new entry “Lace Up” 5. Coheed and Cambria new entry “Afterman: Ascension” 6. All Time Low new entry “Don’t Panic” 7. Barbra Streisand new entry “Release Me” 8. Pink No. 4 “The Truth About Love” 9. Ellie Goulding new entry “Halcyon” 10. Muse No. 2 “The 2nd Law” Top 10 Hot Country Singles 1. Taylor Swift No. 1 “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” 2. Carrie Underwood No. 3 “Blown Away” 3. Florida Georgia Line No. 6 “Cruise” 4. Hunter Hayes No. 4 “Wanted” 5. Lee Brice No. 23 “Hard To Love” 6. Jason Aldean No. 5 “Take a Little Ride” 7. Luke Bryan No. 8 “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” 8. Dustin Lynch No. 7 “Cowboys and Angels” 9. Taylor Swift No. 2 “Red” 10. Jake Owen No. 12 “The One That Got Away” © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

Puzzle Answers

The Lions Pack Program is patterned after hunger programs across the country. The Lions Pack Program is a program to assist children by providing a free supply of meals and snacks over the weekends and holidays during the school year. This program is brand new to the Big Stone City School District. We are very excited to help our families of the Big Stone City School District.

Members of the Saputo Cheese Big Stone Management Team recently presented James Gagner of the Big Stone City School a check in the amount of $6019.88 to be applied to the newly formed Lion Pack Backpack Program. Pictured in the front row (L to R) are: Miriah Hicks, Lance O'Farrell, James Ganger, and Arlene Vollmer. Back Row (L to R) are: Dennis Underwood, Randy McLain, Glenda Bohn, Kip Cameron, Rick Martinek and Gagan Deep. Not pictured, Norma Pinkert.

November 8th School Board Meeting, 5:30 November 13th BSCS Thanksgiving


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Tidbits® of The Lake Area - www.LakeAreaTidbits.com - For Advertising Call 605-541-0110 November 5 Flu Shots @ Estelline Elementary School 3:30PM-6:00PM Clark - PLAN testing for all sophomores 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM Milbank - Chautauqua Concert Milbank - Quarrier Invitational Oral InterpDell Rapids Milbank - Mandatory Gymnastics Parent/Athlete Meeting - 5:30PM November 6 Volleyball Districts - 7PM - Watertown Arena Novice Debate @ Brookings Watertown Concert Association - 7:30PM Auditorium November 7 Estelline Oral Interp Clark - Bio/Chem trip to Aberdeen Clark - FFA Chapter Meeting November 8 Clark - FCCLA Chapter Meeting Milbank - PPE-Family Fun Night November 9 Football State @ Vermillion Volleyball Regions - 7PM - Watertown Arena Golden Eagle Cup IEs and Debate @ Aberdeen Central Milbank - NO SCHOOL

November 10 HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARINE CORPS Snow Queen Football State @ Vermillion Watertown Dakota Gold 7AM - 9PM Watertown Arena Golden Eagle Cup IEs and Debate @ Aberdeen Central November 11 Watertown Dakota Gold 7AM - 3PM Watertown Arena Milbank - 4-H Recognition Banquet in HS lunchroom - 1:30pm November 12 Watertown - NO SCHOOL - OBSERVE VETERAN’S DAY Clark - Wrestling Practice Begins Milbank - Regional Interp @ Aberdeen Milbank - Wrestling begins Milbank - Missoula Children’s Theater Program November 13 Watertown Novice Debate FFA District I Leadership Contest @ LATI - 4: 00PM Milbank - Missoula Children’s Theater Program District I FFA Leadership-Watertown Milbank - Football Potluck-HS lunchroom - 6: 30PM-7:30PM

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Volleyball AA /State @ Rapid City Continues FCCLA Cluster Meeting in Oklahoma Milbank - Missoula Children’s Theater Program November 17 State A Volleball Continues - All Day Watertown Arena Volleyball AA /State @ Rapid City Continues Watertown Debate @ Mitchell Continues Estelline - Oral Interp Estelline - Girls Varsity Basketball Practice @ 3:45pm in High School Gym Milbank - Basketball-Post Prom-Armory November 19 Clark - Girls Basketball Practice begins Milbank - Girls High School Basketball begins November 20 Blood Drive - 8:30AM - 2:30PM - Watertown Aux Gym Novice Debate @ SF Lincoln Estelline - Oral Interp November 21 Watertown NO SCHOOL Estelline NOON Dismissal Milbank - PPE Book Exchange Milbank - Blood Drive - 8:30AM November 22 Thanksgiving Break- NO SCHOOL ALL SCHOOLS November 23 Thanksgiving Break- NO SCHOOL ALL SCHOOLS November 24 Milbank - Kids Christmas Carnival-HS-Post Prom - 1:00PM-5:00PM November 26 Clark - Boys Basketball Practice begins Milbank - Boys High School Basketballbegins Milbank - Mandatory Parent/Athlete Meeting/ Wrestle-Offs - 7:00PM November 27 Watertown Debate @ Harrisburg JV Wrestling @ Brookings - 5PM Clark - Fall Athletic Banquet - 6:30pm November 28 12:30PM Dismissal - Teacher In-service Parent To School Day

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November 29 Gymnastics Tri- 6:30PM - Watertown Arena FCCLA Parents Night

November 30 North Area Honors Band in Aberdeen State Oral Interp Festival @ Yankton November 14 Watertown Gymnastics @ SF Roosevelt State A Volleyball - 10AM - Arena - Noon NSU Band Clinic in Aberdeen Milbank - Missoula Children’s Theater Program Wrestling - Watertown Invite - Watertown Arena November 15 State A Volleyball Continues - All Day Watertown Arena Volleyball AA /State @ Rapid City Estelline Varsity Volleyball @ Corn Palace Milbank - Missoula Children’s Theater Program November 16 State A Volleyball Continues - All Day Watertown Arena Watertown Debate @ Mitchell

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BUSINESS/SERVICE DIRECTORY PETS 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.

LAKE PROPERTY SHORT TERM RENTAL Lake Kampeska home near Watertown. Book Now for Summer! 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 12 (605) 520-7055

THRIFT STORES The Humane Society Thrift Store is a non-profit thrift store with 100% of the proceeds going to help the animals. Located in Uptown Watertown at 12 West Kemp, just east of Past Times. Open Tuesday-Friday 12-5 & Saturdays 11-3. With lots of new items to choose from daily, come check us out & help the animals in our community.

MOBILE HOMES FREE LOT RENT for 9 months for your mobile home. Call Neil (605) 874-2539 or (605) 868-6972.

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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

FASHION ACCESSORIES

BUY 12 WEEKS, GET 4 WEEKS FREE!!!

Paparazzi Accessories available at Amanda’s Shear Impressions in Clinton, Mn. Everything is $5.50 or less! Headbands, hair clips, ring, bracelets, necklaces & earrings.

EMAIL: SEAN@LAKEAREATIDBITS.COM OR CALL FOR DETAILS: 605-541-0110 Answers on page 8

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

UNIQUE GIFTS A Camel’s Story Trilogy...A Timeless Treasure Written by local author, Sandy Hanson...These interactive picture stories are enjoyed by people of all ages. The “camel’s story” is told on scrolls. You will laugh & cry with Xavier as you relate to his doubts & frustrations during the search as well as the dilemma he faces at the journey’s end. For more information, contact local author Sandy Hanson by phone (605) 862-8200 or (605) 880-6079 or by email: camelstory@wat.midco.net. An amazing gift for all ages & all occasions.

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Vermeer 605M net wrap, wide pickup

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KC 6518 feeder wagon 18’ box, RH discharge

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Gehl V270 Skid Loader, 80 hp, 3000# lift, 2010, 750 hrs, cab/heat/ac................................................... 34,900 Gehl 6640 Skid Loader, 80 hp, 3000# lift, 2008, 900 hrs, cab/heat/ac......................................... 31,500 Gehl 5240 Skid Loader, 60 hp, 200# lift, 2011, 500 hrs, cab/heat ....................................................... 25,500 JD 250 Skid Loader ...................................................... 14,500 Steiger ST 310 4wd tractor........................................... 23,900

NEW EQUIPMENT SEPCIALS Artsway 14’ box scraper/grader, weight ....................... 12,150 Brandt 1535LP conveyors ...................................... IN STOCK Brandt 7500 grain vac ................................................. 26,450 Brandt 5200 grain vac ................................................. 22,600 Duralite 25’ & 30’ cattle trailers ............................... IN STOCK Gehl 5240, 5640, 6640, V270 Skid Loader ............ IN STOCK Great Plains YP 30’ -40’ -60’ planters..................... IN STOCK Great Plains 30’ HD folding drill ..............................IN STOCK Landoll 6230 Discs 21’-36’ ..................................... IN STOCK Landoll 7431 Vertical Tillage................................... IN STOCK JM Header transports, 30’, 35’, 40’ ...............................IN STOCK starting at 2,300 Meyers 3600 + 3750 Manure Spreaders................ IN STOCK Meyers 560 VB & 750 VB vertical manure spreaders ............................................... IN STOCK Wilrich Tillage Equipment ................................. In Stock CALL

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Summers 30 super coulter hyd. hitch, chopper

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Eagle 4A ditcher low use

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Summers 36’ super coulter harrow

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Great Plains 40’ Turbo till, 2010, rolling harrow & reel, new blades ...................................................... 59,500 Great Plains 30’ Turbo till, 2011, rolling harrow & reel, low ares ............................................................ 49,900 Summers 36’ Super chisel, harrow .............................. 33,200 Summers 30’ Super coulter, 2008, chopper ................ 34,500 Landoll 6230 36’ disc, 2010, like new, Gates harrow .. 49,000 Krause 3994 34’ disc, harrow ...................................... 12,500 JD 980 44’ field cultivator ............................................ 21,500 Case IH 4700 45’ Vibra tiller, harrow ............................. 4,500

CATTLE EQUIPMENT

Buffalo 440 mixer wagon, scale ................................... 22,400 Cattlelac 450 mixer wagon, scale ................................ 22,800 Cattlelac 560 mixer wagon, scale ................................ 26,800 Cattlelac 460 mixer wagon, scale .............................. JUST IN Farm Aid 560 mixer wagon, scale ............................. JUST IN KC 6518 chuck wagon, 2007, clean ............................ 12,800 Meyers 2550 manure spreader ................................... 16,800 Meyers 2700 manure spreader ................................... 17,600 Haybuster 1100 tilt tub hay grinder .............................. 28,500 Schuler HF255 feeder wagon, 2011 .............................11,800

GRAIN HAULING

Brandt 5000 Ex grain voe ............................................ 14,400 Brandt 10X60 swing hopper auger ................................ 5,000 Brandt 10X80 XL swing hopper auger....................... JUST IN Brandt 13X90 XL swing hopper auger....................... JUST IN Westfield 13X71 swing hopper auger........................... 11,500 Westfield 13X91 swing hopper auger .......................... 13,500 Westfield 10X21J, gas engine ....................................... 4,600 Grain Carts, several used on hand ......................... 425-1,100 Brandt 1535 belt conveyor, electric drive CALL FOR DETAILS Batco 1535 FL field loader, belt conveyor, electric drive ... 8,200

HAY & BALE MOVING

Larenz 15X29 stock omover .........................................11,200 Larenz 16X29 stock mover ............................................ 8,900

Big Selection of Balers, Mowers, Mower Conditioners, Rakes - CALL FOR DETAILS

Leibrecht and Waynes tile plows AGPS control systems and Tile In stock,

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Landoll 6230-36’ disc, 2010 low use, HD harrow

$49,500

Cattlelac 560 mixer wagon scale, RH discharge

$26,800

See our website for a complete listing

Limit 3 per customer.

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