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August 14, 2013
The Relay For Life of Quad
County event is being held this
year in Wall on September 14th
and 15th.
The West end of South Boule-
vard is where the action will be.
This is a time for everyone to
get involved in the fight against
cancer.
During this event we will have
several special ceremonies where
we will Celebrate, we will Re-
member and we will Fight Back!
Several Relay For Life teams
are working on various fundrais-
ers to raise money. Although
Relay Teams gather for this
event, the public is also welcome
to attend and join in.
Besides our ‘special cere-
monies’ we will have great talent
performing, delicious food being
served and much more. Please
plan to attend and support this
amazing event.
A new feature at the Event will
be a video honoring anyone who is
fighting cancer or who has lost
the battle to cancer.
Photos can be submitted elec-
tronically of someone you would
like to honor or remember in the
video. When submitting a photo
please indicate if the photo is ‘in
honor of’ or ‘in memory of’. If the
photo is ‘in memory of’ a loved one
please include their birth date
and date of death.
Example of information re-
quired with the photo:
In Memory Of:
•Name: (as you want listed
with their photo)
•Birth Date and Date of
Death: (if you do not want these
dates listed, please specify that)
In Honor Of:
•Name: (as you want listed
with their photo)
There is no charge to be in-
cluded in the video. All we ask is
that Luminaria bags be pur-
chased. Luminaria bags can be
picked up from any Relay For Life
team member or several busi-
nesses in Wall have them avail-
able also ... Golden West, West
River Electric, Wall Building
Center, Wall Food Center and
First Interstate Bank.
Recommended donation for the
Luminaria are $5.00 each. If you
need help scanning a photo, let us
know.
The deadline for submitting
photos is August 19, 2013. Please
send your photo as an attachment
to: tkpeters@gwtc.net or lurz-
camp@gwtc.net. If you have any
questions, please contact Sue Pe-
ters at 279-2211 or Kelly Lurz at
279-2249.
Faith Volunteer Fire Department ... honored the memory of the 19 firefighters who lost their
lives this year in the Prescott fire. Photo by Loretta Passolt
Upcoming Relay For Life of Quad
County
It was a good night Wednes-
day, August 7th, for young Rusty
Wright. Rusty walked away the
winner of the Bronc Match.
Wright, sponsored by Faith Live-
stock scored 88 points on Big Wig
to win the 4th Annual event.
Louie Brunson, sponsored by
Wilken Angus, won the long
round with 89 points on a
Waagon Futurity mare.
The ropers had a long day on
Tuesday at the Dakota Champi-
onship Roping. Brady Williams
and Jared Bilby earned $2754 to
win the Open Roping. Brock
Williams and Tel Schaack earned
$1198 to win the #7, and Trina
Arneson and Tucker Dale earned
$1540 to win the #5. Amy Tierney
was the winner of the men vs
women match roping.
Big wins for ropers and bronc
ridersat 103rd Faith Stock Show
Rusty Wright ... (right) on Big Wig scores 88 points to win the
Bronc Match Wednesday night. Photo courtesy Brianna Haines
Look for more Stock Show
pictures in next week’s issue
Page 2• August 14, 2013 • The Faith Independent
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Faith Community Health Center
Hours of Operation:
Monday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Verna Schad, CNP – Monday - Thursday
Peggy O’Connor, CNP – Monday – Friday
David Rollason, PA-C - Thursday
For appointments call:
605-967-2644 or
1-800-584-7668
Norman Ray Vansickel, 86,
Spearfish, died Thursday, August
8, 2013, at Spearfish Regional
Hospital.
Mass of Christian burial was
held Tuesday, August 13, 2013, at
St. Joseph Catholic Church in
Spearfish with Father Hathaway
officiating. Burial was at Black
Hills National Cemetery with
military honors provided by the
Sturgis Veteran's Honor Guard.
Norman was born March 19,
1927, at Opal, SD, to Oscar Ray
and Juanita Jeanette (Lehman)
Vansickel. He grew up and at-
tended school in the Opal commu-
nity. Following his graduation
from Sturgis High School, Nor-
man served in the US Army from
Norman Ray Vansickel
1945 until his honorable dis-
charge in 1946. Norman returned
to his parents' ranch where he
worked for them.
He married Margaret B.
"McGee" Schuelke on March 22,
1947, in Sturgis. They lived in
Sturgis where Norman worked at
various jobs. Norman and McGee
moved back to his parents' ranch
where they lived and worked the
ranch until moving to Spearfish
20 years ago.
Survivors include his wife,
McGee Vansickel, Spearfish;
daughter, Carmen (John) Hei-
dler, Opal, SD, and their children,
Corky, Kelli, Chip, and O.J.;
daughter, Nina Vansickel, Opal,
SD, and her children, Erika and
Chance; Bill Vansickel's children,
Deanna, Shane, Billy, and Brett;
several great-grandchildren; and
three great-great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his parents; two sons, Dick and
Bill; two grandchildren, Shawna
and Tyler; and one brother,
Charles.
A memorial has been estab-
lished to St. Joseph Catholic
Church in Spearfish.
Condolences may be sent to the
family at
www.kinkadefunerals.com
Beginning on Monday, Aug.
12, the South Dakota Department
of Transportation will begin
resurfacing work on Lazelle
Street between 11th Street and
Regent Street in Sturgis. 
Work includes the mill and
overlay of Lazelle Street after the
replacement of drainage pipe
near Regent Street. 
Traffic will be reduced to one
lane in each direction and placed
in the eastbound or westbound
lanes with a 10-foot width restric-
tion.
Motorists are asked to watch
for slowing traffic, merging lanes,
modified traffic patterns at inter-
sections, construction equipment
and workers. 
The overall completion date for
this $1.1 million project is Oct. 25,
and the prime contractor is Hills
Materials Company of Rapid
City.
For more information, contact
Steve Kamarainen at 605-394-
2248.
For complete road construction
information, visit www.safetrav-
elusa.com or dial 511.  
The Dupree-Faith Prairie
Strippers are having a quilt re-
treat at the Moreau River Sanctu-
ary starting on Friday, August 23
at 3:00 PM and ending on Satur-
day, August 24.
The theme this year is Hawai-
ian Luau and classes will be:  No
Sew Hawaiian Appliqué, Jelly
Roll Race, Sew on Your Own Proj-
ect. Several demonstrations will
be given both Friday and Satur-
day.
We are hoping that you can
join us for some quilting, fun, ven-
dor shopping, great food and
maybe an overnight stay at a fan-
tastic retreat location.
There will be a fee for taking
the classes.
For registration and more in-
formation contact:
Virginia Till – Ph. 538-4237
Roxie Stambach – Ph. 365-
6125
Amy Linn – Ph. 365-5238
Prairie Strippers holding quilt
retreat/classes
Construction
resumes on
Highway
34/Lazelle
Street in
Sturgis
Church of Christ After School Bible Hour
Parents, please register your children at the Church of Christ
beginning Wednesday, August 21, 3:30 PM
for ages Pre-school through 6th grade
Jr. High/High School Youth Group
starts Wednesday, August 21
Supper at 6:00/Class at 6:30
Beautiful scrap iron sculpture ...by John Lopez was a real
attention getter in the Faith Stock Show parade on Saturday.
Photo by Loretta Passolt
August 14, 2013 • The Faith Independent • Page 3
Gov. Daugaard’s
Column
Preparing to celebrate our
125th Anniversary
When my grandson, Henry,
turned one year old in July, our
family and friends gathered with
us to celebrate his special day. We
enjoyed a nice meal together and
then watched Henry attempt to
eat his birthday cake and open
his presents. As a one-year-old,
Henry probably doesn’t quite
grasp the birthday concept yet,
but it was important for us to cel-
ebrate.
Regardless of our age, we
should all take the time to recog-
nize the significant milestones in
our lives. Whether it’s a birthday,
anniversary, confirmation or
graduation, it’s important for
loved ones to come together and
celebrate. 
One momentous occasion
worth celebrating is quickly ap-
proaching us – South Dakota is
about to reach its 125th anniver-
sary. 
More than 125 years ago,
Arthur C. Mellette, who would
later become the state’s first gov-
ernor, had a vision for the south-
ern half of the Dakota Territory
and led the movement for state-
hood. When a friend of Mellette’s
– U.S. Senator Benjamin Harri-
son – was elected to the presi-
dency, South Dakota was
admitted into the Union.
Gov. Mellette and the first
South Dakotans struggled in
those first few years. Drought and
overly-optimistic predictions of
settlement negatively impacted
the economy and hurt farmers
and ranchers. Additionally, the
first Governor dealt with tension
from tragedies like the Wounded
Knee Massacre and the murder of
Sitting Bull.
There were also the difficulties
of establishing a new govern-
ment, convening the first Legisla-
ture and enforcing new laws.
Things looked especially dim a
few years later, when the state’s
second state treasurer stole all of
the money from the state treas-
ury and escaped to Mexico. Even
though Mellette was not respon-
sible for the theft, he donated al-
most all of his own property to
replenish the state’s funds.
Although there was only one
Arthur Mellette, South Dakota’s
history is full of people like him –
people who worked hard and did
the right thing, even in the face of
adversity. Thanks to those brave
and resilient citizens – the Mel-
lettes of past generations – today
South Dakota is a place of oppor-
tunity and prosperity.  
As we prepare for this signifi-
cant milestone, I hope South
Dakotans will reflect on the many
stories of our past and take the
time to celebrate how far we have
come as a state. 
If you have ideas on how we
can celebrate South Dakota’s
125th anniversary of statehood in
2014, I hope you will take a few
moments to share those ideas
with South Dakota’s
125thAnniversary of Statehood
Commission. You can share your
ideas by visiting the commission’s
website at www.125.sd.gov or
emailing 125info@state.sd.us.
You can also mail your ideas to
the Governor’s Office at 500 East
Capitol Avenue, Pierre, SD
57501.
NEEDING YOUR HELP!!
Ruby Gabriel is looking for pictures of
these Meade County ghost towns:
Bonieta Springs, Chalk Butte,
Dunnebecke, Elm Springs, Fairpoint,
Hereford, Sulphur, and White Owl.
Looking for information on Melvin Tivis,
World Champion rodeo rider
Contact Ruby 605-457-2353
–––––––––––––––––––
Join Ruby at Vilas Healthcare in Faith
for an information exchange
on Monday, August 19th 10 am-5 pm.
She will be selling her 1st book of the
West River area
Eew, What’s that White Fuzz?
This summer we have seen an
unusual amount of rain on our
mature gardens.  You probably
have a lot of growth in your gar-
den and dense plants; this is a
recipe for powdery mildew. Pow-
dery mildew is unattractive and it
can affect the flavor and reduce
yields of some fruits and vegeta-
bles. Although plants are un-
sightly and can be weakened by
an infection, they do not usually
die. Powdery mildew on ornamen-
tals is an aesthetic issue, and not
usually worth treating. Preven-
tion and control is more impor-
tant for vegetables because it
affects the product’s appearance
and flavor.  Powdery Mildew is
often found on roses and peas are
quite susceptible, however it can
infect many plants if the condi-
tions are right.
The key to preventing it is
planting mildew-resistant or
mildew- tolerant varieties. Resist-
ant varieties get less mildew than
susceptible varieties; tolerant va-
rieties may get some mildew, but
it shouldn't affect the perform-
ance of the plant. If you order
seeds from a catalog it should
state which diseases the variety
is has a resistance to or toler-
ance.  
Prevention also includes siting
plants where they will have good
air circulation, and exposing as
much leaf surface as possible to
direct sunlight, which inhibits
spore germination. Heavy foliage
as might be the case this year is a
perfect habitat for this fungus.
You will first notice it as small
yellow spots on the lower level of
leaves.  It thrives in mid to late
summer.  Exam the upper and
lower sides of five leaves, once
you have found one leaf spot
apply a fungicide, repeat in four
days.  Vigilance is half the cure!
Correction – there is no cure, only
control.
There are many so called or-
ganic remedies out there.  One
product sold in Garden Centers
The Garden Gate
By Karen Englehart, Master Gardener,
SDSU Extension - Perkins Co.
called Serenade Garden Defense
is ineffective, save your money.
Some organic gardeners promote
using a “compost tea, research
tells us this is totally useless.  The
best organic control is sulfur ap-
plied to the upper and lower leaf
surfaces, for this you need a
sprayer with a wand that has a
curved head so you can reach the
undersides of the leaves.
Other home remedies include
milk.    Some research studies in
1999 and 2003 on infected zuc-
chini and winter wheat (respec-
tively) indicated that spraying
cow's milk slowed the spread of
the disease. To try this at home,
mix 1 part milk with 9 parts
water and spray the stems and
tops of leaves with the solution.
Reapply after rain.
Spraying leaves with baking
soda (1 teaspoon in 1 quart water)
raises the pH, creating an inhos-
pitable environment for powdery
mildew. You may want to add a
couple drops of dish soap to help
the spray adhere to the leaves
better, again spray the upper and
lower sides of the leaves.
Gardening requires lots of
water - most of it in the form of
perspiration. ~ Lou Erickson 
Last year, the International
Labor Organization estimated 4.5
million victims were subject to
sex trafficking, many of which
were young girls. As a mom, the
more I learn about this issue, the
more it keeps me up at night. I
can’t help but think of the horror
victims face every day, as they
live in fear and endure abuse and
loneliness. Sex trafficking is not
an easy topic to talk about and it’s
easy to convince yourself that it
isn’t happening here – but you
would be wrong.
While the Sturgis Motorcycle
Rally and South Dakota’s hunting
season are often known for their
positive impact on our state’s
economy and tourism industry,
both events pose incredible chal-
lenges in combating sex traffick-
ing. People travel to our state
under the pretense of attending a
special event, but instead travel
to sexually exploit victims. Just
this week, the Rapid City Police
Department, in coordination with
state and federal agents, arrested
seven men who were seeking sex
with underage girls at the Sturgis
rally. Unfortunately, this is far
too common.
It is estimated as many as
300,000 children are victims of
sex trafficking every year in the
United States. These victims are
often very young – most girls are
first exploited between the ages of
12 and 14, while boys are first
abused between 11 and 13. This
kind of repulsive activity is tragic
and must not be tolerated. In
order to help end sex trafficking,
we need to do more to crack down
on those who create the demand
for this exploitive industry.
I have joined a bipartisan ef-
fort to combat sex trafficking by
introducing H.R. 2805, the End
Sex Trafficking Act of 2013. This
legislation will help eliminate
human trafficking rings by tar-
geting the criminals who solicit or
attempt to purchase sexual acts
and ensuring they are prosecuted
as human traffickers.
Specifically, the End Sex Traf-
ficking Act will amend the Traf-
ficking Victims Protection Act to
make it absolutely clear that both
recruiters of underage trafficking
victims and the criminals who
purchase sexual acts from those
victims should be arrested, pros-
ecuted and convicted as sex traf-
ficking offenders. The bill also
leverages existing resources by
directing federally funded law en-
forcement task forces that are
part of the Innocence Lost Na-
tional Initiative to also focus on
investigating and prosecuting
those who solicit children for sex.
Often given the anonymous
title of “john,” those who choose to
harm innocent children should be
anything but anonymous. It’s
time to bring these degenerates
out from behind computer screens
as they respond to online adver-
tisements for sexual activities,
get them off the streets and put
them behind bars.
While we are making progress,
we must do more and I hope you’ll
join me in raising awareness
about this critical issue. I will
continue to work with my col-
leagues on both sides of the aisle,
and with our partners in the Sen-
ate, in offering concrete solutions
we can take to keep our children
safe.
Combating Sex Trafficking By Rep. Kristi Noem
Welcome back
teachers and students!
We can help you with
your school needs!!
Vilas Pharmacy &
Healthcare Store
Prairie Oasis Mall, Main St.
Faith, SD
Page 4• August 14, 2013 • The Faith Independent
Opal Area News
By Kay Ingalls
Celebrating their
40th
Anniversary
is this handsome couple,
Jim and Jean Smeenk
A potluck and card shower will be held at Oscars
(their hunting lodge)
August, 24th, 2:00 pm.
We welcome all to come and help celebrate these two kids' mile stone. Call
Jean Smeenk (605.748.2449) or Sara Hauser (605.788.2842) for direc-
tions. Hope to see you all there!
Rod, Tracy and Justin Ingalls
went to Rapid City on Monday for
appointments and trading vehi-
cles. Tuesday, Tracy was in Faith
in the forenoon and back to Rapid
City with Nathan Ingalls in the
afternoon for a a couple of ap-
pointments he had. Nathan spent
a few hours at home then headed
back to Williston to work by
Wednesday morning. Thursday
morning, Rod, Tracy and Justin
went to Sturgis to pick up her sis-
ter so they could attend burial
services for their  Aunt Doris
that  were held at the Newell
Cemetery.
Spud and Bernice Lemmel
made a trip to Spearfish on Tues-
day to keep an appointment, then
stopped by for a brief visit with
daughter Roxie Tetrault near St.
Onge and in Sturgis for a visit
with Rorey and family before
heading home.
Many neighbors attended the
Open Bronc Ride Wednesday
evening at the Faith Stock Show
celebration. Reports were that it
was a good show. Spud and Ber-
nice Lemmel were joined by the
Moyer family that evening to see
the show.
Brandon and Lyndee Fogel-
man and girls came out to his
grandparents, Glenn and Mar-
garet Fogelman, on Friday.  They
stayed until Saturday evening be-
fore going back to their home near
Piedmont. The Fogelman ranch is
having a retirement auction of
their machinery, etc. on August
28th.
Early Friday morning, Dwayne
and Zona Vig rode with Morgan
Vig and Matt Taton to the Win-
kler Ranch north of Newell to
help move cows to new pasture.
Zona drove the pickup and trailer
with the help of Clint Winkler
and watched the highway while
the cattle crossed.  Lunch was en-
joyed next to a beautiful dam in
the new pasture. That evening,
Cheyenne and children came to
spend the night with Dwayne and
Zona in preparation of an early
morning departure for the queen
contest in Faith. Dwayne, Zona,
and Hope Vig went in early to
help Cheryl Vig decorate the
Church of Christ float entry. On
the way to Faith, Cheyenne blew
a tire on the pickup.  Lots of peo-
ple helped her get Cherokee and
Cody Rose to the proper place and
horses later.  Travis and Chan-
delle Brink and family and their
friend Stephanie and children
spent the day in Faith and gath-
ered with the rest of the family:
Dwayne, Zona, Hope, JT, Kelsy,
Brixie, Paul Winkler and boys for
dinner at the church building.
After the parade and rodeo on
Saturday, Spud and Bernice Lem-
mel visited at the Jim Lightfield
home with Earleen Price, Valarie
Hlavka and others. 
Faith area had quite an electri-
cal storm that evening with Faith
also getting over half an inch of
rain in a short while.  During the
storm Marlin and Ethel Ingalls's
dog left home and went to visit at
the OJ Heidler place. They went
over Sunday evening to pick it up
and visited a bit with OJ and
Leah, then stopped and visited a
bit with John Heidler.  Carmen
had gotten home that day after
spending some time with her
mom, Magee Vansickel in
Spearfish.  Her dad, Norman
passed away this week and we
surely send our condolence to
Carmen and family and to Nina
Vansickel and family.
Sunday, Dwayne Vig drove to
the Prairie City Church of Christ
for services. The fog was low quite
a ways north so flying was not an
option this time.
Marla Yoshida, Bernice Lem-
mel’s niece, stopped by at their
place on Sunday afternoon for a
visit.
Robert and JoDee Ingalls and
family traveled to north of
Gillette, WY on Sunday to visit
with their son James Ingalls who
works on a ranch there. 
Marcus News
By Vicky Waterland
And so the 103rd performance
of the Faith Stock Show came to
an end yesterday. What a whirl-
wind of activities to take in in a
few short days! We started by at-
tending the Thursday night
Matched Bronc ride. I heard a lot
of discussion about it and most
folks agreed with me the milk
cow’s calf bucked better than
some of the broncs in the first
round. Faith Stock Show fans are
used to better stock. When we fi-
nally got to the final round we
saw good broncs and some real ac-
tion. The crowd was thrilled by Ty
Manke ride on Rusty Spur but
disappointed he had failed to
mark him out. Now that was a
ride to see!
Friday morning I was in to co-
judge exhibits at the exhibit
building. I had attended the
Dewey County Fair in Timber
Lake earlier this month. In my
opinion Faith had more and bet-
ter exhibits than they did. There
were some beautiful wood proj-
ects and quilts besides all the
craft items done for 4-H. As usual
the photography section had a va-
riety of beautiful photos. 4-H pho-
tography did not have many
pictures. Thanks to Tammi
Haines and D’Anne Thompson
and families for their work and
long hours at the exhibit building.
Saturday morning was the pa-
rade and all the candy that chil-
dren love. Quirt came home with
a blue bucket ¾ full of candy.
That should last till Halloween! I
am always disappointed in the
parade entries because I’m OLD
and remember the beautiful
floats that Thompson Drug, Hill-
top V, Fisher Gas, Nesland’s  Sta-
tion and others would spend a lot
of time and money making. Of
course they also had a chance at
a big cash prize plus it got to be a
contest between some of the busi-
ness people. Many folks used to
come to our parades just because
of the beautiful floats. Tracy In-
galls and family need to be com-
mended for all their work in get-
ting the parade down the street.
It takes a lot of planning and prep
to have the whole thing run
smoothly.
Saturday night under the tent
was busy, busy and it sounded
like a good time. During the night
it rained in Faith and really
turned the bucket over for 10-15
minutes according to what I was
told. The arena Sunday had some
beautiful soup holes but they
weren’t too much of a problem ex-
cept to the kids who were in the
calf scramble. Thankfully,
Chisolm Johnson got help getting
his boot back out of the mud and
on before he left the arena. Sun-
day’s rodeo action was good and
the visiting with friends you’ve
not seen for awhile makes the day
great. I’m still checking with my
experts on the “Old Original
Bronc Ride” rules and there
aren’t many rules in it. Carv, do
you have a copy of the rules? I did
not like the guy who came out and
had two hands on the buck rein,
to me that’s like grabbing down.
John Miller agreed with that.
You can slap the horse and use
items like flour sacks, feather pil-
lows, chaps, etc. to blow him up.
John Miller told me the mark out
rule was waived after a year
when he had a good ride but the
judges claimed he missed him
out. Carv Thompson who spon-
sored the contest and put up all
the money, was not happy and
made the change after that. John
tells me Arlen Hulm is the best
source on remembering the rule
changes so Arlen we need to talk!
One thing that the “Old Timers”
did was jump off their broncs.
They couldn’t depend on a pick up
man and an arena fence. The an-
nouncer said, “We couldn’t do it
without the pick up men.”  They
sure used to. My dad, always
made the boys learn to jump off
because he said it could save
some terrible wrecks. Gary Simon
said, “Yes, an’ your dad would put
a rope on us. If we didn’t jump
when he told us he’d jerk us off…
we learned to jump!” In more re-
cent years that’s been called a
“Monty Henson” or a “Bailey Bail
Off”. Whatever you call it, it
works!
You want to keep in mind
these are my opinions and not the
papers so don’t go give them what
for. I thought the lunch stand was
not up to our standards of good
food, good service and decent
prices. (Notice how carefully I
worded this.) I wanted a water so
Harold brought me a red solo cup
of water with 2 small chunks of
ice that came out of the tap. It
cost $1.50. Stuff like that sure ups
the beer sales, at least it did for
us!
I did not make it up to the
jumping castle and other blow
ups for the kids but Quirt gave it
all 5 stars. The blow ups were a
great idea to keep the kids going.
The Stock Show committee does
what it can and that worked.
So all in all the Stock Show’s
done and it mostly went well. I’m
sure there are a few like me who
thought the rodeo moved slow but
we don’t know what went on be-
hind the scenes. Many people
have to work their tails off to put
this on, so thanks everyone. If we
don’t like it we better get busy
and help, hadn’t we?
Best of Show ... JR Rasmussen’s eagle won 1st and Best of
Show at the Faith Stock Show. JR made the eagle and Tina Thin Elk
painted it. Beautiful piece! Photo courtesy JR Rasmussen
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Central Meade County is un-
usually green for mid August. As
of Saturday night, the Union Cen-
ter area received 3/4 of an inch of
rain and have been receiving
showers all week. Some in the
Marcus area now have their dams
filled because of a 3-4 inch rain a
couple of weeks ago. Prayers have
surely been answered for many.
We in the Union Center area
though, are still in need of water
for our dams. This may have to
come in the form of snow this win-
ter!
The buzz of motorcycles is
going in the opposite direction as
it was a week ago. Many breathe
a sigh of relief so they can do their
banking and usual travel to and
through Sturgis after the bike
rally. The town of Faith has much
activity during bike week as it is
Stock Show and Rodeo time for
them. Many familiar faces could
be seen at their parade on Satur-
day morning. A special treat that
was on display for the parade and
afterward was the beautiful
sculpture by John Lopez. It was a
horse sculpture commissioned for
Runny Meade Farms in New
Hampshire. The sculpture is ab-
solutely stunning and words do
not do it justice. To learn more
about Runny Meade Farms you
may go to http://historicrun-
nymede.com. Hopefully, this
sculpture will be on it soon.
Justin Keffeler, Troy and Brett
Wilcox, and Jackie Young were
some of those who participated in
the rodeos held in Faith last
week. I have not received results.
School bells have not yet begun to
ring, but football players are
heading to practice this week in
Faith and surrounding schools.
Girls volleyball is starting up as
well.
Black Hills State University as
well as other universities begin
classes on Monday, August 26.
Wes Labrier drove from Rodeo
Bible Camp in Wall to Colorado
when he heard news of his fa-
ther's 'life and death' situation
with his heart. After they had
conceded that his life here on
earth was over, his heart had
something else in mind. They put
a pacemaker in him, and just a
couple of days after the procedure
he dressed himself and headed
home. It is a miraculous story
that Wes or Sue Labrier would
share with anyone who would
love to hear it.
A Lee Family gathering was
held at the Community Baptist
Church on Saturday. Donna (Lee)
Cammack and some Lee family
members attended.
Central Meade County News
By Sandy Rhoden
Faith News
By Loretta Passolt
The weather cooperated for
Stock Show last week. Tempera-
tures were mostly in the 70s and
low 80s. The nights got down in
the 50s so just a little chilly then.
A quick storm moved through
here Saturday night giving quite
a show of lightning and thunder.
It dropped about 1/2” of rain in
less than 20 minutes and moved
on. It didn’t bother those under
the tent, the dancing went on.
There were plenty of visitors in
town over the weekend for the
103 Annual Faith Stock Show
and Rodeo. It seemed like every-
one was having a good time.
There was plenty to see and do. It
looked to me like everything was
well attended. The Stock Show
Associaiton is to be commended
on another great show.
Condolences to the family of
Norman Vansickel. Norman
passed away last Thursday. His
service was held Tuesday. Nor-
man and McGee ranched and
raised their family for many years
in the Opal area. He will be
missed by his family and friends.
Gordie and Kathy Collins had
a nice surprise visitor last week.
Jeanne (Bockman) Sulvle from
York, NE came to visit. She spent
the night with them. She had
been staying with her mom, Carol
in Mobridge, following her sur-
gery. Kathy said they had a good
time catching up.
Craig and Becky Ness hosted a
Stock Show dinner Sunday at
their residence. Dick and Karen
Butler, Jim Butler, Wayne and
Linda Haines, and Monique and
Ben Hawley from Denver were in
attendance. Monique and Ben
went back to Denver Monday.
Norvan Ness came out for a
short visit last week at the Craig
Ness residence. Craig and Norvan
did a little bass fishing.
Jim Butler gave Craig and
Becky a ride to the airport Tues-
day for their return trip to
Kuwait. My, how the summer did
fly by! They will spend a few days
at Santorini, Greece on the way
back. Have a good year Craig and
Becky! See you next summer!
Saturday morning, Karen Slet-
ten picked Garnet Gaaskjolen up
at the manor and they watched
the parade together. Then went to
the dinner under the tent.
Garnet especially enjoyed see-
ing Wayne Sletten in the parade
in such a neatly decorated buggy.
Faith Vet Service did such an ex-
cellent job of decorating.
Garnet said she really appreci-
ated all the help from Tammy
Sletten and Bobbie Wilson when
going through the line for dinner.
It made is so much easier for her.
She also enjoyed going with
Karen to Tammy Sletten’s for
brownies and ice cream in the af-
ternoon.
Dean and Susan Isaacs from
Lanesville, IN spent two weeks
here with her folks, Dave and El-
dora Fischbach. They also visited
his dad, Raymond while here and
his mom, Mary Mae in the Hills.
They stopped at the Rally a cou-
ple times, too. Susan brought 4
projects with her to get quilted
and she got them done before
Stock Show time. Her class cele-
brated their 30 year reunion dur-
ing Stock Show. Looked like they
had a good turnout of class-
mantes. Sounds like they had a
good time visiting and catching
up on old times. Dean and Susan
flew home Sunday.
Jenny Aigner sent this little news
item: Longhorns-Class of 1983
converged on the hometown over
stock show to celebrate 30 years.
At some point there were 16 class
members in town. The class en-
tered the parade, toured the new
school together, ate a little lunch
and then was invited to Newt &
Deb Browns for fellowship and
trips down memory lane until the
rodeo and tent activities on Sat-
urday. Those who were in town:
Ace Foster and family-Rockton,
IL; Susan Isaacs and Dean-
Lanesville, IN; Sharon Carlson-
Casper, WY; Jenny Aigner and
family-Shepherd, MT; Darla
Hulm-Spearfish; Teri Hills and
Todd-Hot Springs, John Thomp-
son and girls-Lead; Dan Price and
family-Opal, Jim Scofield and
Melissa-Belle Fourche; Nancy
Miller and family-Faith; Jody
Kammerer and family-Philip;
Marilyn Palmer-Faith; Joan Jor-
dan-Faith; Hank Taton and fam-
ily-Prairie City; Marcy Trainor-
Rapid City. Also joining the gang
was Dennis and Janet Fernau-
New Underwood. Great times re-
membering when. The members
who are able will also gather at
homecoming.
Marge Hoffman and daughter
Lynda Galinat came up for some
of the festivities on Saturday.
They took in the parade, bar-
beque and pie social. They
stopped at Peggy Mastel’s for cof-
fee, then went out to the ranch
and took a drive around and vis-
ited with Gary and Joel Peterson.
Visiting at Tom and Carole
Sternads and Irene Hintz’s were
Todd and Peggy Sternad from
Trenton, Florida. They also spent
some time with Rich and Sherry
Kokesh. They toured the Hills,
ending the day having dinner in
Deadwood. Also visiting this week
with the Sternads and Irene
Hintz were Troy, Denise and Kohl
Bauman from McLaughlin.
Sherry and Rich Kokesh, Katie
and Paisly Kokesh were also visi-
tors of the Sternads and Irene.
Joesy Hauser was a guest on
Sunday, August 4th and Sara
Hauser visited on Monday, 5th.
Tom and Carole Sternad and
Todd and Peggy Sternad took in
the Demolition Derby in Mo-
bridge August 3rd. Todd and
Peggy left for their home in
Florida on Thursday, August 8th,
arriving home on Sunday, 11th.
Judy Hintz, from Dickinson, and
Marty Peterson , from Aberdeen,
and girls Tyler and Toby were
also visitors. Toby and Tyler were
in the Miss Faith Stock Show
queen contest. Both girls were 1st
runner-up in their divisions.
Senior Citizens Menu Senior Citizens Menu
Wed., Aug. 14: Taco salad,
Fresh Fruit, Pudding, Dinner roll
Thur., Aug. 15: Chicken Cac-
ciatore, Baked potato, Green bean
almondine, Applesauce
Fri., Aug. 16: Hot beef sand-
wich, Mashed potatoes & gravy,
Corn, Sunshine salad
Mon., Aug. 19: Hamburger on
bun, Hash browns, Baked beans,
Tomato slices on lettuce
Tue., Aug. 20: Chicken Al-
fredo, Harvest beets, Apple juice,
Fresh fruit
Wed., Aug. 21: Heartland
Shepherd’s Pie, Baked sweet po-
tato, Tomato juice, Pears
Thur., Aug. 22: Roast pork,
Scalloped potatoes, California
vegetables, Cooked apples
Fri., Aug. 23: Creamed turkey
over biscuit, Mixed Vegetables
The Faith Stock Show & Rodeo would
like to thank the committee, families,
sponsors and all volunteers that helped
make the 103rd Faith Stock Show &
Rodeo a huge success. Thank you all!
Colt Haines, President
Faith Stock Show & Rodeo
Page 6• August 14,, 2013 • The Faith Independent
The Faith Stock Show and
Rodeo Kid's Day for Running and
Biking was held at the fair-
grounds Thursday afternoon, Au-
gust 8, 2013.
Over 200 ribbons were
awarded to the participants.
Events included running, stick
horse race, three-legged race,
sack race, shoe race, bike race,
biking through the cones, and the
parent relay. The hotly contested
Parent Relay had 35 entries with
the kids passing off the baton to
their parents, grandparents or
friends. Craig Ness started the
events, Darlene Kelly helped lin-
ing the kids up, and the Faith
High School Student Council and
Advisor picked the winners and
awarded the ribbons. Prize
money was awarded for the top
two participants. Ribbons were
awarded to the following partici-
pants:
RUNNING
Boys 12 and 13 Years: 1.
James Ulrich, 2. Treyton
Bushong, 3. Jacob Lyons, 4. Jade
Mortenson
Boys 10 and 11 Years: 1.
Tyson Selby, 2. Brodie Bachman,
3. Blake Vig
Girls 11 and 12 Years: 1.
Ariah Engel, 2. Shelby Bert-
olotto, 3. Ali Hauser
Boys 8 and 9 Years: 1. Jack-
son Schauer, 2. Rylan Palmer, 3.
Ayden Hartley, 4. Waycee Nelson,
5. Caden Selby
Girls 8 and 9 Years: 1.
Kaylee Jordan, 2. Skylar Vig, 3.
Evelyn Lyons
Boys 6 and 7 Years: 1. Glenn
Wilson, 2.Tandryk Owen
Girls 6 and 7 Years: 1.
TyAnn Mortenson, 2. Ann Ulrich,
3. Tandee Nelson, 4. Reese Hartl,
5. Hannah Hartl
Boys 5 Years and Under: 1.
Krese Halligan, 2. Kelton Owen,
3. Huntley Hall, 4. Jerin Capp, 5.
Chase Robinson
Girls 5 Years and Under: 1.
Emma Jordan, 2. MaKenna
Nelson, 3. Kaylynn Bohm, 4.
April Ulrich
SHOE RACE
Boys 4 & 5 Years: 1. Kelton
Owen, 2. Krece Halligan
Girls 4 and 5 Years: 1.
MaKenna Nelson, 2. Emma Jor-
dan
Boys 3 and Under: 1. Jerin
Capp, 2. Huntley Hall, 3. Chase
Robinson
Girls 3 and Under: 1. Rozlyn
Dobson, 2. Kaylynn Bohm, 3.
April Ulrich
SACK RACE
Boys 12 & 13 Years: 1. Trey-
ton Bushong, 2. Jacob Lyons, 3.
Joe Alaniz, 4. James Ulrich
Boys 10 and 11 Years: 1.
Tyson Selby, 2. Brodie Bachman,
3. Joseph Alaniz
Girls 10 & 11 Years: 1.
Shelby Bertolotto, 2. Ariah Engel,
3. Leidy Bochman, 4. Ali Hauser
Boys 8 & 9 Years: 1. Jackson
Schauer, 2. Rylan Palmer, 3.
Waycee Nelson, 4. Caden Selby
Girls 8 & 9 Years: 1. Evelyn
Lyons, 2. Kaylee Jordan, 3. Sky-
lar Vig
Boys 6 & 7 Years: 1. Glenn
Wilson, 2. Tate Klein, 3. Tandryk
Owen
Girls 6 & 7 Years: 1. Tandee
Nelson, 2. TyAnn Mortenson, 3.
Reese Hartl, 4. Hannah Hartl, 5.
Ann Ulrich
STICK HORSE RACE
Boys 4 & 5 Years: 1. Kelton
Owen
Girls 4 & 5 Years: 1.
MaKenna Nelson, 2. Emma Jor-
dan
Boys 3 and Under: 1. Jerin
Capp, 2. Huntley Hall
Girls 3 and Under: 1. Roz-
lyn Dobson, 2. Kaylynn Bohm, 3.
April Ulrich
THREE-LEGGED RACE
Boys 12 & 13 Years: 1. James
Ulrich and Treyton Bushong, 2.
Brodie Bachman and Jade
Mortenson, 3. Jacob Lyons and
Jackson Schauer
Boys 10-11 Years: 1. Jade
Mortenson and Brodie Bachman,
2. Tyson Selby and Joe Alaniz
Girls 10 & 11 Years: 1. Eve-
lyn Lyons and Shelby Bertolotto,
2. Leidy Bochman and Ali Hauser
Boys 8 & 9 Years: 1. Rylan
Palmer and Caden Selby, 2. Jack-
son Schauer and Waycee Nelson,
3. Lane Capp and Ayden Hartley
Girls 8 & 9 Years: 1. Evelyn
Lyons and Ayden Hartley, 2.
Kaylee Jordan and Skylar Vig
Boys 6 & 7 Years: 1. Lane
Capp and Tate Klein, 2. Tandryk
Owen and Glenn Wilson
Girls 6 & 7 Years: 1. TyAnn
Mortenson and Tandee Nelson, 2.
Hannah Hartl and Reese Hartl, 3.
MaKenna Nelson and Ann Ulrich
PARENT RELAY
Boys 12 & 13 Years: 1. James
Ulrich and Mom, 2. Joe Alaniz
and Grandpa, 3. Jacob Lyons and
Grandpa, 4. Treyton Bushong and
Mom, 5. Jade Mortenson and Dad
Boys 10-11 Years: 1. Tyson
Selby and Mom, 2, Blake Vig
and Dad, 3. Brodie Bachman and
Mom
Girls 10 & 11 years: 1. Ariah
Engel and Mom, 2. Ali Hauser
and Dad, 3. Shelby Bertolotto and
Mom, 4. Leidy Bochman and
Mom
Boys 8 & 9 Years: 1. Jackson
Schauer and Dad, 2. Waycee Nel-
son and Sister, 3. Caden Selby
and Mom, 4. Rylan Palmer and
Dad
Girls 8 & 9 Years: 1. Skylar
Vig and Dad, 2. Kaylee Jordan
and Dad, 3. Brooke Hartl and
Grandma,4. Evelyn Lyons and
Mom
Boys 6 & 7 Years: 1. Tate
Klein and Friend, 2.Lane Capp
and Mom, 3. Glenn Wilson and
Grandpa, 4. Tandryk Owen and
Mom
Girls 6 & 7 Years: 1. Tandee
Nelson and Sister, 2. Kambelle
Schauer and Dad, 3. TyAnn
Mortenson and Dad, 4. Ann Ul-
rich and Mom
Boys 5 and Under: 1. Hunt-
ley Hall and Sister, 2. Chase
Robinson and Aunt, 3. Jerin Capp
and Mom
Girls 5 and Under: 1. Emma
Jordan and Dad, 2. MaKenna
Nelson and Grandpa, 3. Rozlyn
Dobson and Dad, 4. Kaylynn
Bohm and Grandpa
BICYCLE RACE
Boys 12-13 Years: 1. Joe
Alaniz, 2. Treyton Bushong, 3.
Jacob Lyons
Boys 10 & 11 Years: 1.
Joseph Alaniz, 2. Tyson Selby, 3.
Brodie Bachman, 4. Blake Vig
Girls 10 & 11 Years: 1.
Shelby Bertolotto
Boys 8 & 9 Years: 1. Ayden
Hartley, 2. Rylan Palmer, 3.
Caden Selby, 4. Jackson Schauer,
5.Waycee Nelson
Girls 8 & 9 Years: 1. Skylar
Vig, 2. Evelyn Lyons, 3. Brooke
Hartl
Boys 6 & 7 Years: 1. Tate
Klein, 2. Lane Capp
Girls 6 & 7 Years: 1. Tandee
Nelson, 2. Hannah Hartl, 3. Kam-
belle Schauer
3 Years and Under: 1. Jerin
Capp
BIKING THRU THE CONES
Boys 12-13 Years: 1. Treyton
Bushong, 2. Joe Alaniz
Boys 10-11 Years: 1. Tyson
Selby, 2. Joseph Alaniz, 3. Brodie
Bachman, 4. Jacob Lyons
Girls 10-11 Years: 1. Shelby
Bertolotto
Boys 8-9 Years: 1. Waycee
Nelson, 2. Rylan Palmer, 3.
Caden Selby, 4. Jackson Schauer,
5. Ayden Hartley
Girls 8-9 Years: 1. Skylar Vig,
2. Evelyn Lyons, 3. Brooke Hartl
Boys 6-7 Years: 1. Tate Klein,
2. Lane Capp
Girls 6-7 Years: 1. Reese
Hartl, 2. Tandee Nelson
2013 Kids Day running and biking results
Bareback Riding 13 en-
tries: 1. Chance Englebert, Edge-
mont SD, 78, $537.28; 2. Lonny
Lesmeister, Rapid CitySD, 73,
$444.65; 3. Mark Kenyon, Hayti
SD, 72, $352.01; 4. Shane O'Con-
nell, Rapid City SD, 71, $259.38;
5. Stetson Murphy, Rapid City
SD, 67, $166.74; 6. Ryan Burkin-
shaw, Hermosa SD, 65, $92.64
Barrel Racing 45 Entries: 1.
Madison Rau, Mobridge SD,
18.007, $925.87; 2. Shelby Vin-
son, Worthing SD, 18.064,
$805.10; 3. Jill Moody, Pierre SD,
18.066, $684.34; 4. Dylan Lem-
mon, Eagle Butte SD, 18.21,
$563.57; 5. Shelly Spratt, Lysite
Wy, 18.267, $442.81; 6. Courtney
Whitman, Sturgis SD, 18.307,
$322.04; 7. Brooke Howell, Belle
Fourche SD, 18.389, $140.89; 8.
Jordan Tierney, Oral SD, 18.389,
$140.89
Bull Riding 23 Entries: 1.
Taygen Schuelke, Newell SD, 77,
$734.19; 2. Jake Foster, Faith SD,
72, $607.61; 3. Ground Money,
$1,189.90
Calf Roping 32 Entries: 1.
Treg Schaack, Edgemont SD, 9.0,
$848.56; 2. Troy Wilcox, Red Owl
SD, 9.3, $691.42; 3. Matt Peters,
Hot Springs SD, 10.0, $565.70; 4.
Dallas Louden, Martin SD, 10.4,
$439.99; 5. Jace Melvin, Pierre
SD, 11.1, $314.28; 6. Jayce Doan,
McKenzie ND, 11.4, $188.57; 7.
Colton Musick, Pierre SD, 11.5,
$94.28
Goat Tying 24 Entries: 1.
Jordan Thurston, Gillette, Wyo,
6.7, $753.88; 2. Teddi Schwagler,
Mandan ND, 6.9, $558.91; 3.
Katie Doll, Prairie City SD, 6.9,
$558.91; 4. Katie Miller, Faith
SD, 7.0, $363.94; 5. Lacey Tech,
Fairfax SD, 7.2, $233.96; 6. Hallie
Fulton, Miller SD, 7.3, $64.99; 7.
Rickie Engessor, Spearfish SD,
7.3, $64.99
Ladies Breakaway 63 En-
tries: 1. Jenny Belkham, Pierre
SD, 2.8, $1,049.54; 2. Joey
Painter, Buffalo SD, 2.8,
$1,049.54; 3. Megan Stieger, Mo-
bridge SD, 2.8, $1,049.54; 4 Bai-
ley Petersen, Parade SD, 3.3,
$734.68; 5. Brenda White, Oel-
richs SD, 3.4, $577.25; 6. Amy
Tierney, Oral SD, 3.5, $419.82; 7.
Patty Jo Burress, Isabel SD, 3.8,
$262.39; 8. KL Spratt, Lysite
Wyo, 3.9, $104.95
Mixed Team Roping 43
Teams: 1. Elizabeth Baker, Her-
mosa, SD / Levi Lord, Sturgis SD,
6.6, $814.51; 2. Syerra Christen-
son, Pierre SD/Carson Musick,
Pierre SD 7.0, $663.67; 3. Devon
Cordova, Moorcroft Wyo/Cole
Robinson, Moorcroft Wyo 7.1,
$543.01 ; 4. Hanna Brown, Faith
SD/Rory Brown, Edgemont SD,
7.7, $422.34; 5. Trina Arneson,
Enning SD/Melvin Arneson, En-
ning SD, 7.8, $301.67; 6. Danni Jo
Hinmann, Hay Springs NE/David
Hinmann Hay Springs NE,
7.9,$181.00; 7. Lorita Nelson,
Philip SD/Jeff Nelson, Philip SD,
8.0, $90.5
Saddle Bronc 20 Entries: 1.
Travis Schroth, Hot Springs SD,
74, $675.12; 2. Kaden Deal,
Dupree SD, 73, $442.32; 3. Wyatt
Kammerer, Philip SD, 73,
$442.32; 4. Ty Kennedy, Philip
SD, 73, $442.32; 5. Shorty Gar-
rett, Dupree SD, 72, $209.52; 6.
Cole Hindmann, Belvidere SD,
71, $116.40
Sr Mens Breakaway 35 En-
tries: 1. Tom Williams, Faith SD,
1.6, $903.56; 2. Steve Klein, Sioux
Falls SD, 1.8, $736.23; 3. Terry
McPherson, Sturgis SD, 2.1,
$535.44; 4. Bryce Sigman, Sturgis
SD, 2.1, $535.44; 5. Chuck Nel-
son, Hartford SD, 2.2, $334.65; 6.
Larry Vetter, Flasher ND, 2.3,
$200.79; 7. Len Hofer, Piedmont
SD, 2.4, $100.40
Steer Wrestling 38 Entries:
1. Casey Olson, Buffalo SD, 4.4,
$816.55; 2. Sam Olsen, Buffalo
SD, 4.5, $710.04; 3. Jhett
Williams, Faith SD, 4.6, $603.53;
4. Taz Olson Buffalo SD 4.7,
$443.77; 5. Tate Cowen, Ft Pierre
SD, 4.7, $443.77; 6. Mike Wid-
mann, St Charles SD, 5.2,
$230.76; 7. Del Pete Day, Lem-
mon SD, 5.2, $230.76; 8. Kody
Woodward, Dupree SD, 5.6,
$35.50; JJ Hunt, Ridgeview SD,
5.6, $35.50
Team Roping 47 Teams: 1.
Eli Lord, Sturgis SD/Jade Nelson,
Philip SD, 6.4, $845.55; 2. Levi
Hapney, Wall SD/Wroper Kosel,
Mobridge, 6.8, $735.26; 3. Matt
Hight, White River SD/Elliot
Hight, White River SD, 7.0,
$624.97; 4.Colby Hetzel,Lemmon
SD/Cash Hetzel Lemmon SD, 7.4,
$514.68; 5. Kevin Schmidt, Box
Elder SD/Jade Schmidt, Box
Elder SD, 7.6, $404.39; 6. Tyrell
Moody, Edgemont SD/Rory
Brown, Edgemont SD, 7.7,
$294.10; 7. Cole Spurgeon, Beach
ND/Sloan Henley, Beach ND, 7.8,
$183.82; 8. Brett Wilcox, Red Owl
SD/Clint Cobb Red Owl SD, 8.8,
$73.52
Tie Down Team Roping 12
Entries: 1. Tim Nelson, Philip
SD/Jade Nelson, Philip SD 15.3,
$317.19; 2. Delbert Cobb, Red
Owl SD/Clint Cobb, Red Owl SD,
15.8, $237.89; 3. Tucker Dale,
Timber Lake SD/Brett Wilcox
Red Owl SD, 15.8, $237.89; 4. Pat
Tibbs, Belle Fourche SD/Kelly
Shoemaker, Faith SD, 17.3,
$158.60; 5. Casey Humble, Faith
SD/Jake Longbrake, Dupree SD,
17.5, $105.73
2013 Faith Stock
Show & Rodeo results
If you have some
Stock Show photos
of the rodeo, BBQ,
etc. we could share
please bring them
in to the office.
August 14, 2013 • The Faith Independent • Page 7
Ag Secretary Vilsack’s
Column Keep up with your city,
school, and county...
Read the Legals
Celebrating America’s farmers
markets
Over the first week of August,
local markets across the country
celebrated National Farmers
Market Week.
Farmers markets are an im-
portant part of America’s diverse
agriculture sector, providing
unique benefits to communities
across our nation. They give
Americans a chance to learn
about agriculture by meeting
some of the people who grow and
raise our food. They provide valu-
able marketing opportunities for
small and beginning farmers –
many of whom scale up to larger
regional markets and other insti-
tutions. And they help expand ac-
cess to locally-grown foods that
are in greater demand than ever
before.
We have seen incredible
growth in the number of farmers
markets over the past few years.
Today, according to USDA’s Na-
tional Farmers Market Directory,
more than 8,100 local markets
are in operation – up from about
5,000 markets just a few years
ago.
Sales of local foods have skyrock-
eted along with the popularity of
farmers markets. In 2005, local
food sales totaled about $1 billion
across the nation. Last year, ac-
cording to industry estimates,
sales of local foods totaled nearly
$7 billion.
At USDA, we believe that
strengthening local and regional
food systems, including farmers
markets, will be a cornerstone of
a revitalized rural economy.
Under the Obama Administra-
tion, USDA has helped nearly 450
farmers market and other direct-
marketing projects in every state,
under our Farmers Market Pro-
motion Program. We’ve also sup-
ported nearly 300 projects to help
farmers develop and sell new,
value-added products through our
Value-Added Producer Grants
program.
We have helped increase the
number of markets that accept
EBT technology – which allows
folks to use nutrition assistance
benefits to buy fresh, farmers
market produce – by nearly 100
percent in the last two years.
And to be sure American agricul-
ture is ready to meet the growing
demand for local products, we’ve
helped thousands of small pro-
ducers to get started and keep
growing.
We want to continue these ef-
forts – and to do so, USDA contin-
ues to urge Congress to pass a
comprehensive Food, Farm and
Jobs Bill. This would expand
USDA support for local and re-
gional marketing opportunities,
including farmers markets,
around the country.
This week we joined folks
around the country in celebrating
our nation’s thousands of farmers
markets. More Americans than
ever have a thriving farmers mar-
ket in their city or town – and by
providing support to grow and
strengthen these markets, we can
create even more opportunity for
American agriculture.
0a|e & 0eb Johnson: "We've |eased the p|ace."
RE1lREMEN1 A0c1l0N
5un. Aug. 25, 2013 ¹ 11 M1
0n Pwy 212 at 0upree, 50, go 5 1/2 mì., fo||ow curve
W 1 mì., 5 7-1/2 mì., then W 1-1/2 mì. to Panch.
EXCELLENT MOBILE HOME – Time for a bargain!
1995 Chief Bonnavilla II Mobile Home, 16x80, w/14x14 nished ~
Lifetime Siding & Roof installed 2011 ~ 2 Decks, 3 Bed, 2 Bath ~
Master has 2 Lg Closets & French Doors to Bathr w/garden tub,
shower, & 2 sinks ~ Open Kitchen, Dining & Living Room ~ Includ
Refrig, gas Stove, Washer, Dryer ~ Central Air ~ Never smoked in
& never had pets ~ Bought new & well cared for ~ Clean & ready
for new owner ~ VERY EASY TO MOVE ~ Entry & Decks are Not
attached to Trailer ~ Wheels have been stored inside
32 x 40 AIRPLANE HANGARw/OvHd Bi-Fold Door, designed
to make it easy to move! TRACTORS, PAYLOADER, COLLEC-
TORS (all of these tractors run good): Case 2294 MFD w/DuAl
310 self-lev Loader, 7200 hr, new 18.4x38 Rear, 14.9x28 Frnt ~ Ford
7000 dsl, good 15.5x38 Tires, 3 pt. ~ IHC M w/DuAl 250 Loader,
hay basket, bucket & grapple ~ Ford 5000 gas, 3 pt, New Tires, cab
~ Michigan 55 Payloader w/2½ yd bucket & forkli teeth, Cum-
mins, new frnt tires, new batteries, Air Brakes, Pins tight, good cut-
ting edge ~ JD 4440 dsl w/hydraul front assist w/joystick & JD 158
Loader & Grapple, CAH, 3 pt, 3 out, quad, new head, new injectors,
20.8x38 rears, 5375 hr.1939 Ford 9N, high/low shi select, com-
pletely restored ~ Ford 8N w/new tires, rims, tie rod ends, radiator,
12v convers& alternator & hydr pump ~ 132 hr. since restoration ~
Int Farmall 656 gas Tractor, Overhaul w/new paint, sharp, shedded
~ Super MTA wide-front Tractor ~ 3 pt Pallet Fork ~ 3 pt. Hitch ~
18.4x38 Clamp-on Duals MACHINERY: ’97 Vermeer 505 Super I
Rnd Baler, bought new, < 3000 bales, Excellent! ~ Excellent Case-
IH 1100 9’ Trail Mowr ~ NH 790 2-row Silage Chopper, always shed-
ded ~ New Idea 324 2-rw Corn Picker w/New Idea 326 Husking Bed
~ NH 516 Manure Spreader, 205 bu ~ NH 273 Sq Baler ~ Agri-Tech
Bale Stooker ~ NH 256 Side Deliv ~ IHC 7-whl Side Deliv ~ Lorenz
& S-H 12’ Silage Wagons ~ 12’ Ear Corn Wagon w/Hoist, extra Hoist
~ Vers 400 Swather ~ Kilbros. 200 bu. Grav Flow Wagon ~ IH 7100
Hoe Drill 14’ w/fert ~ IH 150 Hoe Drill 14’ w/fert ~ JD 495A 4-rw
Corn Planter ~ JD 1240 4-rw Corn Planter w/Dry fert ~ JD 9350
Drills w/dry fert,10” sp, (3)10’ w/JD Transp ~ JD 1610 Chisel 18’
w/Mulchers ~ Case 14’ Tndm Disc ~ Noble 5500 3-blade V-Plow,
extra Wings ~ JD 10’ Grnd-driven Fertil Spreader ~ 3 pt. Track
Whacker ~ Vers Noble 30’ Blade Plow ~ Al-Chal 4-rw Cultivatr ~
IHC 4-rw Cultivater ~ Pull-type 3-bot Mold Board ~ 3-sec 20’Har-
row ~ 3 pt. Middle Row Buster ~ Hesston SP/10 Bale Process ~ FH
80 bu. Grinder w/screens, shedded ~ Artsway 325-A Grinder
w/scales, shedded, 4 screens ~ Farm King 8’ Snowblower, shedded
~ Clipper Mill w/Screens ~ Mass-Ferg 3 pt Posthole Digger LOTS
OF SCRAP IRON & OLD MACHINERY: Dump Rake ~ Hors-Dr
Mower ~ Hors-Dr Corn Planter w/Wire ~ 8’ Wood Box Drill ~ Listr
~ Dual Hay Basket for parts ~ IH Disc Drill, Disc & Mowers ~ (2)
Ford 50 PICKUPS, TRUCK: ’79 Ford F-250 4WD Pickup, 97,000
mi., Runs good ~ ’70 Chev 3/4 T 4x4, 4 sp ~ ’56 Ford F-500 Truck
w/hoist, doesn’t run ~ ’60 Chev Apache 10 Cab w/good glass ~
Model T Coils ~ 4 tires (2.15/85 R16) mntd on 8-lug wheels & more
wheels, rims & tires ATVs, MOWERS, TRAILERS: ’85 Delta 6x20
g-neck Stok Trailr ~ ’00 DCT 18’ Bump Hch Car Trailer w/7,000 lb.
axls & Ramps ~ ’88 g-neck Kiefer 6x20 Stok Trailr w/full deck ~ ’02
Honda Rancher w/new tires ~ ’88 Honda & Yamaha Big Bear 4-
wheelrs ~ 4-Wheeelr Sprayr w/Booms ~ Yamaha Snowmob & 6x8
Trailr ~ Alum 4-wheelr Ramps ~ P-up Box Trailr ~ Lit Scotch P-up
Rack ~ MTD 14.5 hp Ride Mower & Trailr ~ Push Mower ~ Tiller ~
Kids’ Bikes 350 bu OATS, 2000 & 1000 bu. BINS, (2) 8x10 STOR-
AGE SHEDS to be moved ~ RANCH EQUIP: Big Val self-cach Hd
Gate ~ 14 Verns 10’ Panels ~ 10 Hmde Panels ~ Many 16’ Wire Hog
Panels ~ 2 L-H 16’ Steel Bunks ~ Behlen 10’ Bunk ~ Phoenix 12’
Grnd Hay Feedr ~ Verns 3 pt. Bale Carrier ~ Hmde 3 pt Calf Carrier
~ 2 Calf Shelters ~ 2 Creep Feedrs ~ Pow River Calf Tabl ~ LP Tank
Heatr ~ Sheep Tank ~ Dehornr ~ (2) 80 bu. Hog Feedrs ~ Feeder
Pig Feeders TOOLS, FENCING: 3 Acetyl Torches w/gauges ~ Linc
225 Arc Welder ~ B& D Chop Saws w table ~ Makita Grinder ~
Rockw Table Saw ~ Sears Sandblastr ~ Knipco 85,000 btu Heatr ~
Socket Sets ~ Ladder ~ Some NEW & many used Galv Steel Sheets
~ Sickle sharpenr w/stand ~ Bead Breaker ~ Car Ramps ~ Vise ~
AC-DC 295 amp Welder, Table, Rod ~ Drill Press ~ 12T Shop Press
~ 14” Chop Saw w/Tabl ~ (2) Sets Open End Wrenches ~ Tap & Die
~ Bench Grindr on Stand ~ 2T folding Eng Crane ~ 6” Vise
AUGERS & TANKS: Farm King 8x51 pto & 6x40 motor Augers ~
500 gal. Tank w/elec pump ~ (2) 280 gal. Overhd Tanks w/stand ~
150, 120, 100, 80 gal. Fuel Tanks w/pumps ~ 115 gal. Oval LP Tank
~ 100# LP Tanks ANTIQUES, HOUSEHOLD: Window AC ~ RR
Anvils ~ Atwater Kent 32v Radio ~ working M-M Mod D Corn
Sheller ~ 2 Pump Jacks w/Handls ~ Table Top Cream Separator, elec
or hand crank ~ Blonde Bedroom Set ~ Dresser ~ Dining Table w/3
Leaves ~ Elec Table top BBQ Grill ~ More
0wners: 0a|e & 0eb Johnson: 605-200-0491 or 365-5500
PIP0U1LK AUU1I0N 5LPvIUL5
0an: 605-544-3316 or 605-685-4556
Photos and more ìnfo at www.PìroutekAuctìon.com
Colorado Peaches arriving soon!!
Place order by contacting
Faith/Opal – Mike Reeve – 748-2232
Union Center – Sue Labrier – 985-5988
$23.00 for 25 pound box
Delivery August 23rd
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The SD Wine Pavilion at the
State Fair is becoming a tradition
for some fairgoers.
This is the only venue in the
state where people have the op-
portunity to taste samples from
11 of South Dakota’s wineries,
several of the state’s breweries
and eight cheese manufacturing
plants in South Dakota.
The South Dakota Department
of Agriculture (SDDA) and the
winegrowers in South Dakota are
working together to host this pop-
ular attraction at the Fair. Fair-
goers can taste and purchase
South Dakota wines, beer, cheese
and other specialty food items,
visit with these value-added busi-
nesses about their operations and
learn more about the state’s grow-
ing industries.  Participants will
be able to pair the wine and beers
with South Dakota cheese and
other food products as well.
Tasting packages with over 30
varieties of South Dakota wine
and hand-crafted beers are avail-
able to purchase as well as bever-
ages by the glass to enjoy in the
wine garden. Wine-a-ritas, a re-
freshing blend of wine and mar-
garita mix, will also be available.
This year the South Dakota
Wine Pavilion will have many
specials and features including a
$5 savings on Border to Border
wine tasting packages Thursday
only, happy hour specials Thurs-
day and Friday, and 25 percent
off select cases on Monday.
“We work hard to create a very
pleasant atmosphere for fairgoers
to enjoy our state’s great wine,
beer, cheese and specialty foods,”
said Alison Kiesz (KEEZ), event
organizer for SDDA. “We want
consumers to learn more about
agriculture and the industries
represented in the pavilion.”
The 2013 State Fair runs
Thursday, Aug. 29 – Monday,
Sept. 2. Preview day is Wednes-
day, Aug. 28. For more informa-
tion on State Fair events, contact
the Fair office at 800.529.0900 or
visitwww.sdstatefair.com You can
also find the State Fair on Face-
book and Twitter (@SDState-
Fair).  
South Dakota
Made wine, beer
and cheese to
be featured at
State Fair
If you have some
Stock Show photos
of the rodeo, BBQ,
etc. we could share
please bring them
in to the office.
Place a Classified Ad...
in The
Faith Independent
605-967-2161
Email: faithind@faithsd.com
Best of Show ... was awarded to Kris Escott for this beautiful
star quilt. Jim Crockford also received a Best of Show for his hand-
made guitar. Photo courtesy JR Rasmussen
Juicy Red or
Green Seedless
Grapes
98¢ lb.
Produce Extravaganza Sale!
3 days only!!
aug. 14, 15 & 16
…The Better Choice
Prairie Oasis Mall
PH: 605-967-2622 – Faith, SD
Golden
Bananas
48¢
lb.
Mix or Match
Juicy Nectarines,
White or Yellow
Peaches, Black or
Red Plums $1.28 lb.
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Commercially available blood
tests to predict pregnancy are ac-
curate and an inexpensive tool
cattle producers can use to deter-
mine their AI conception rate, ac-
cording to new research
conducted at South Dakota State
University.
"The research showed that
these tests are 87 to 93 percent
accurate in the ability to correctly
identify pregnant animals at 30
days after conception," said
George Perry, research lead,
SDSU Professor and SDSU Ex-
tension Beef Reproduction Spe-
cialist.
The blood tests require no
training to implement and cost
less than $4 a sample.
Results you can trust
Perry's research set out to de-
termine the accuracy of commer-
cially available blood pregnancy
tests at 30 days after conception -
a window of time that would
clearly inform cattle producers of
their AI conception rates, even
after a bull had been turned out
with the cows.
"Truly knowing AI conception
rates is critical to making im-
provements to a reproduction pro-
gram, yet it is challenging for
many producers," said Perry, ex-
plaining that prior to the blood
tests, producers relied on either
transrectal ultrasonography,
which meant hiring a professional
- or labor-intensive heat detec-
tion.
"Producers only other option
would be calving dates. We know
those are not reliable. Cows that
conceive within a couple of hours
of each other can still calve up to
three to four weeks apart," Perry
said.
To determine the tests' accu-
racy, Perry and his team AIed a
group of cows. Then for the next
30 days they observed twice-daily
for heat detection. Thirty days
after conception, the team col-
lected blood samples from each
cow. A portion of each blood sam-
ple was tested by the three differ-
ent available blood tests.
"The fact that all three tests
were used on the same animals,
at the same time made this re-
search conducted at SDSU
unique," Perry said.
Tests results were then com-
pared to the results of a transrec-
tal ultrasound which was also
conducted on day 30.
"Statistically, all the tests per-
formed similarly," said Perry, of
the resulting 87 to 93 percent ac-
curacy rate. "This study gives pro-
ducers another tool they can use
to gain knowledge and better
manage their operations. Now, in-
stead of hiring someone to preg
check at 30 days and again at the
end of breeding season, producers
can just pay a professional to visit
once."
He added that since several
South Dakota-based labs run the
tests, cattle producers can receive
results within 72 hours or less of
mailing them.
National Recognition
Perry's research received na-
tional recognition when a board of
his peers at the American Society
of Animal Science awarded his re-
search with a Presidential Pick.
"Dr. Perry's research is an ex-
cellent example of work that has
a direct impact on beef cattle pro-
ducers in South Dakota and has
earned the recognition of other
scientists. This meets our goal of
conducting high quality applied
research," said Joseph Cassady,
Animal Science Department
Head.
The committee reviewed
Perry's and more than 2,200
other abstracts and, based on sci-
entific merit and overall interest,
the committee selected Perry's as
one of only 30 to receive the pres-
tigious award.
"I'm honored and excited,"
Perry said. "As a researcher, we
all think our research is interest-
ing, but it's exciting when others
think it is valuable and interest-
ing too."
To learn more about using
commercially available preg-
nancy tests to determine AI con-
ception rates, visit with your local
veterinarian or contact Perry at
George.Perry@sdstate.edu.
Research shows blood tests good
tool in determining AI conception
rates
email us at faithind@faithsd.com
nEXT salE: Monday, aUGUsT 19TH
53rd Anniversary Sale & BBQ
Special Yearling & Sheep Sale
BBQ SERVED AT 2:00 PM
Sale Time: 10 AM
Expecting 1500-1800 yearlings,1500-1800 lambs
CONSIGNMENTS: LAMBS
Consignment – 500 x bred lambs 75-90#
CONSIGNMENTS: YEARLINGS
Fogelman (Disp) – 75 Red Angus heifers HR bred Red Angus
3-15 day calving periods 2-25
Dietterle – 130 blk & bldy steers HR 850-950#
Smith – 250 blk & Char x steers HR 9-1000#
Hawks – 45 Hereford steers 950#
Palmer – 135 blk & baldy heifers (spay) 8-850#
Fischbach – 200 blk & baldy heifers (spay) 850#
Flintrock – 130 blk & red steers 850#
Escott – 170 blk & bldy fall calves (weaned) 600-700#
Hall – 25 Angus heifers HR (open) 900#
Kerstein – 25 Angus heifers HR (open) 800#
UPCOMING SALES:
Monday, August 26: Special yearling and sheep sale
Monday, September 2: NO SALE (LABOR DAY)
Sunday, September 8: Lopez-Meyer Production Horse Sale
Monday, September 9: Special spay heifer, yearling and sheep sale
Monday, September 16: Special yearling and sheep sale
Faith livestock Commission Co.
(605) 967-2200
We appreciate your business. Give us a call at 605-967-2200
or www.faithlivestock.com if you have livestock to sell.
We would be glad to visit with you.
Gary Vance – (605) 967-2162 OR Scott Vance – (605) 739-5501
OR CELL: 484-7127 OR Max Loughlin – (605) 244-5990 OR
1-605-645-2583 (cell) OR Glen King 1-605-390-3264 (cell)
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Meade County
Commission Meeting
(Tuesday, July 30,
2013)
Generated by Lisa G Schieffer on
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Members present
Robert Heidgerken, Linda Rausch,
Alan Aker, Bob Bertolotto, Galen Nieder-
werder.
Meeting called to order at 8:30 AM
1. Call to Order at 8:30 AM
Procedural: A. Prayer
Procedural: B. Pledge of Allegiance
2. Meade County Veteran of the
Month
Veteran of the Month for the month of
August is Mr. Roy Gerry (Scott) from
Sturgis.
Mr. Gerry served in the United States
Navy Seals from 1982 until 1998. Mr.
Gerry was part of Seal Team 1, Special
Delivery Vehicle 1, Special Boat Unit 2,
Red Cell, and Seal Team 6.
His titles have included Special Vehi-
cle Delivery Pilot, Navigator, and DDS
Operator. He was also a Special Warfare
Combatant Swimmer and a Special War-
fare Combatant Craft Crew Member.
Some of the duty stations Mr. Gerry
has served at include:
Keflavik, Iceland; Lakehurst, NJ;
Coronado, CA; Little Creek, VA; Dam
Neck, VA; Mare Island, CA; San Fran-
cisco, CA; Philippines; Hawaii; Thailand;
and Guam.
Mr. Gerry has been awarded the fol-
lowing medals and awards:
Navy Commendation Medal X4,
Navy & Marine Corps Commendation
Medal, Navy Achievement Medal X3,
Letter of Commendation X2, SECNAV
Letters of Commendation, Letter of
Commendation, Congressional Letter of
Commendation, Letter of Appreciation
X2, and was also selected as Special
Boat Squadron One Sailor of the Year.
After retiring from the Navy Seals, Mr.
Gerry owned a construction company in
Sioux Falls for three years before mov-
ing to Florida. He then owned a mobile
marine mechanics business for nine
years before moving home to assist his
mother after his father passed away. Mr.
Gerry has three grown daughters.
3. Routine Business
Action, Discussion: A. Items from De-
partment Heads
Discussion, Information: B. Opportu-
nity for Public Comment
4. Items from Commission
Action, Discussion: A. Communiques'
to Commission
Motion to set speed limit on Sturgis
Road between Exits 46 and 48 at 45mph
and direct the Highway Department to in-
stall the proper signage.
Motion by Aker, second by Niederw-
erder.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker, Nieder-
werder.
Abstain: Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: B. Legislative
Audit
Motion to approve authorizing the
Chairman to sign the agreement and
payment for the expenditure of the audit.
Motion by Aker, second by Niederw-
erder.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Action, Discussion: C. Consider Road
Improvements on Juniper Court
Motion to authorize the Highway De-
partment for work on a drainage im-
provement project on Juniper Court to
direct the runoff from Elm Street, not to
exceed $5,000 in material, labor and
equipment time.
Motion by Aker, second by Rausch.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Action, Discussion: D. DOT - Road
Projects
Motion to go into executive session
for negotiations. Motion died for lack of
a second.
Motion by Aker, second NONE.
Motion to go into executive session
due to negotiations.
Motion by Niederwerder, second by
Aker.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Aker, Niederwerder.
Nay: Rausch, Bertolotto.
Motion to come out of executive ses-
sion and return to regular session.
Motion by Aker, second by Bertolotto.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Motion to go back into executive ses-
sion due to negotiations.
Motion by Aker, second by Niederw-
erder.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Motion to come out of executive ses-
sion and return to regular session.
Motion by Aker, second by Niederw-
erder.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
(The matter of the Alkali intersection
was revisited on Wednesday, July 31,
2013. Commissioner Niederwerder was
absent.)
Motion to send comment to SD De-
partment of Transportation on Alkali In-
tersection.
Motion by Aker, second by Bertolotto.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: E. Approve Draft
Grant Proposal to State Forestry Office
The Chairman deferred.
5. Dinner Break @ Noon
Minutes: A. Recess for Dinner Break
6. Items from Director of Equaliza-
tion
Action, Discussion: A. Unrecorded
Improvements
Motion to approve the unrecorded im-
provements on MH26.56.06A for tax
years 2011, 2012, & 2013 advance
taxes.
Motion by Aker, second by Rausch.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Action: B. Cooke Abatement for
Garage Fire
Motion to approve abatement as pre-
sented.
Motion by Rausch, second by Aker.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Action: C. Jordan and Henderson
Abatements for HWRW
Motion to approve the refunds for
2010 & 2011 and abatement for 2013 to
Jon Jordan as presented.
Motion by Niederwerder, second by
Aker.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Motion to approve refunds for tax
year 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 for
Larry Henderson.
Motion by Aker, second by Bertolotto.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Motion to go into executive session
due to personnel matters.
Motion by Niederwerder, second by
Aker.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
Motion to come out of executive ses-
sion and return to regular session.
Motion by Aker, second by Bertolotto.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto, Niederwerder.
7. Reconvene July 31 @ 10 AM
Commissioner Galen Niederwerder
absent.
8. Items from Facilities Director
Discussion: A. Courthouse Design
9. Items from Sheriff
10. Public Hearings
Action, Discussion: A. Hearing on
Bulldog Campground Application for Re-
tail (on-off sale) Malt Beverage License
Motion to approve malt beverage li-
cense.
Motion by Aker, second by Bertolotto.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: B. 2nd Reading of
Proposed Changes to Ordinance #27
Motion to approve the second read-
ing of Ordinance #27 - An Ordinance
Regulating Fireworks, Campfires, and
other Incendiary Devices.
Motion by Aker, second by Rausch.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Motion to adopt the Ordinance #27 as
amended.
Motion by Aker, second by Rausch.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
11. Dinner Break
Procedural: A. Recess for Dinner
12. Items from Commission Assis-
tant
Discussion: A. Mr. Greg Josten,
SDDOA
Discussion: B. Weed and Pest Board
Budget
Action, Discussion: C. Non-Mandated
Funding Requests
Motion to deny Prairie Hills Transit re-
quest for funding.
Motion by Bertolotto, second by Aker.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Motion to allocate $2,000 from con-
tingency to line item 101-5-111-422 for
David Thom - Certified Forester Coordi-
nator, Black Hills Regional Mountain
Pine Beetle Working Group.
Motion by Aker, second by Rausch.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: D. Joint Use
Agreement with City of Sturgis
Motion to approve the agreement
with the City of Sturgis.
Motion by Bertolotto, second by Aker.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: E. Appraisal on
Surplus County Property
Motion to accept appraisal on surplus
property at $500 per/acre.
Motion by Aker, second by Rausch.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker.
Nay: Bertolotto
Action, Discussion: F. Proposals on
Auction Services
Motion to appoint Licensed Real Es-
tate Broker Bertolotto Real Estate and
Auctions, Inc. to handle the surplus
County property sale.
Motion by Aker, second by Rausch.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker.
Abstain: Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: G. Lease Agree-
ment on Faith Community Health Office
Motion to have Chairman sign the Lease
for the Faith Community Health Office.
Motion by Aker, second by Rausch.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries. Yea:
Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker, Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: H. Auto Supple-
ment back to HWY Department
Move to approve the auto supple-
ment into the Highway Department line
item 201-5-311-425 in the amount of
$500.00.
Motion by Aker, second by Bertolotto.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: I. Modification to
Participating Agreement with USFS
Motion to approve the Modification
Agreement with US Forest Service.
Motion by Aker, second by Bertolotto.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Action, Discussion: J. 2013 County
Achievement Award
13. Set Public Hearing on Zoning
Ordinance
Action, Discussion: A. Set First Read-
ing of a Zoning Ordinance
Motion to set first reading, for a Zon-
ing Ordinance for Meade County, for
September 4th, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.
Motion by Aker, second by Bertolotto.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
14. Consent Calendar
Action (Consent), Discussion: A.
Consent Calendar
Resolution: Motion to Approve Items
on Consent Calendar
Motion to Approve Items on Consent
Calendar
Motion by Bertolotto, second by Aker.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries.
Yea: Heidgerken, Rausch, Aker,
Bertolotto.
Action (Consent), Minutes: B. June
25, 2013 Minutes
Action (Consent), Minutes: C. July 2,
2013 Minutes
Action (Consent), Minutes: D. July
17, 2013 Minutes
Action (Consent): E. ROD Report
June 2013
In the amount of $38,000.75.
Action (Consent): F. Approval of
Claims for Payment
SALARIES: Commissioners –
$6955.00, Auditor – $12551.84, Treas-
urer – $23901.13, States Attorney –
$30847.44, General Gov Building –
$24838.10, DOE – $42520.96, ROD –
$13236.20, Vet Svcs/EM Mgmt –
$3995.83, Human Resources –
$8238.80, Sheriff – $93191.90, Jail –
$68811.21, Fire Protection – $7364.96,
County Nurse – $5025.00, County Ex-
tension – $1032.50, Weed & Pest –
$7525.19, Highway – $79926.00, Com-
munications – $25166.92
EXPENSES BY DEPARTMENT:
COMMISSIONERS: R Heidgerken –
$120.99, L Rausch – $183.81, G Nieder-
werder – $122.10, First Interstate Bank –
$103.00, Dakota Business Center –
$211.09, Faith Ind. – $171.45, Whiting
Hagg Hagg – $837.58, West Payment
Center – $181.00, BHWG – $14.72
ELECTIONS: First Interstate Bank –
$835.05
JUDICIAL SYSTEM: R Henning –
$50.00, J Bahneman – $66.28, J Mur-
phy – $56.66, C Tipton – $84.78, G
Dillin – $61.84, R Anderson – $64.80, R
Bielefeldt – $64.80, J Ford – $53.70, G
Olesen – $50.74, B Olson – $50.74, G
Scharer – $61.84, K Teter – $87.00, R
Allen – $10.74, C Brown – $126.22, M
Brunson – $51.48, A Chaffee – $50.00,
P Chambers – $68.50, A Chipowsky –
$55.18, K Curtis – $24.80, T Erdos –
$72.20, S Good – $56.66, H Harmon –
$60.36, H Hibner – $63.32, B Higbee –
$64.80, P Lansdowne – $37.38, L Mc-
Nenny – $50.00, D Mews – $39.60, W
Molitor – $13.70, D Mulvehill – $60.36, T
Shattuck – $32.20, N Weston – $69.24,
D Whitehead – $22.58, R Knutson –
$68.50, D Cox – $64.80, B Cross –
$57.40, R Heikes – $50.74, J Bahne-
man – $66.28, J Stielow – $253.72, G
Biegler – $60.00, CHCC – $851.20,
Pizza Ranch – $66.71, J Howell –
$593.20, M Brunson – $51.48, A Chaf-
fee – $50.00, A Chipowsky – $55.18, T
Erdos – $72.20, S Good – $56.66, H
Harmon – $60.36, N Weston – $69.24,
R Hymans – $949.72, R Knutson –
$68.50, Scovel Psychological – $992.00,
D Cox – $64.80, Penn Co. Sheriff –
$3591.50
AUDITOR: Xerox – $268.51, First In-
terstate Bank – $1965.45, Quill – $54.52
TREASURER: Pitney Bowes –
$1029.87, Century Business Prod. –
$96.00, BHWG – $63.96, Rushmore Of-
fice – $339.84
COMPUTER: Verizon – $200.21,
Johnston Hardware – $4.99
STATE’S ATTORNEY: Verizon –
$53.40, BH Pediatrics – $92.81, City of
RC – $1610.00, K Krull – $42.46, Apex
Court Reporting – $389.55, T Foesch –
$42.20, C Harkins – $318.60, K Chlebo-
rad – $159.30, A Reuer – $100.00, RC
Police Dept – $346.00, State Treas –
$90.00
ABUSED & NEGLECTED CHILD: R
Haivala – $391.20, T Mutchler – $726.80
LAW LIBRARY: Lexis Nexis –
$336.00
COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY: K
Thompson – $3021.87, J Stielow –
$2352.01, J Hilpert – $4641.84, Fitzger-
ald – $1369.34, Oswald – $226.00, R
Haivala – $2326.80, R Hymans –
$1101.50, Rensch Law – $6448.83
GENERAL GOVERNMENT BLDG:
BHP&L – $12224.00, MDU – $234.45,
Sturgis Water – $59.46, Armstrong Ext. –
$186.00, S Vasknetz – $400.00, BH-
Chemical – $159.58, Campbell Supply –
$204.96, EPCO – $86.64, First Interstate
Bank – $82.98, CBH – $86.50, Johnston
Hardware – $4.00, Northern Hills Sod –
$45.00, Johnston Hardware – $102.19,
Menards – $108.98, Owens Interstate –
$58.61, Town n Country – $36.49
DIRECTOR OF EQUALIZATION/
P&Z: Verizon – $392.24, A&B Busi-
ness – $318.97, Pro West & Assoc –
$345.00, SDN Comm. – $510.00, West
Payment Center – $65.00, Richters
Tire – $281.67, L Quam – $16.28, First
Interstate Bank – $902.16, T Wiec-
zorek – $22.20, CBH – $601.34, W Mc-
Carty – $17.02, R Mallow – $16.28,
Owens – $35.11, Rushmore Office –
$41.03
REGISTER OF DEEDS: Xerox –
$827.76, Executive Mgmt – $99.32,
Rushmore Office – $284.15
MODERNIZAION & PRESERVA-
TION: McLeods – $343.16
VETERAN SERVICE: First Inter-
state – Bank $39.56
HUMAN RESOURCES: Verizon –
$40.01, Wellmark Flex Benefits –
$271.40, Redwood Toxicology – $6.75,
First Interstate Bank – $1059.58, Quill –
$133.82, Rushmore Office – $32.00
SHERIFF: Verizon – $878.28, First
Interstate – $1100.54, McPherson
Propane – $59.00, Fedex – $19.50,
Lexis Nexis – $162.00, Knology –
$90.47, Quill – $40.56, Centurylink –
$85.28, Xerox – $59.38, Armstrong
Ext. – $274.00, Zylstra Towing –
$357.50, First Interstate Bank – $159.47,
CBH – $6486.76, Hansen Law –
$120.00, Nyacor – $253.69, Sand Creek
Printing – $74.00, Tow Pros – $369.00,
Neve’s – $767.85, Peterson Auto –
$590.93, Rushmore Office – $117.98,
Rushmore Comm. – $1822.00, Sign Ex-
press – $504.07, Western Comm. –
$950.00, T Wilts – $46.69
JAIL: BH Embroidery – $332.00, Of-
fice Depot Card – $20.37, West Payment
Center – $543.00, Midcontinent
Comm. – $57.08, Sam’s Club – $163.29,
BH Chemical – $1272.59, Bob Barker –
$726.48, US Foodservice – $5028.50,
Shopko Pharmacy – $195.73, Earth-
grains – $442.05, Cash-Wa – $3623.42,
Hobart Sales – $171.25, Chatsworth
Gloves – $1220.00, Penn Co. Sheriff –
$156.60, Rushmore Office – $40.97,
Warne Chemical – $90.00
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CORONER: Regional Health –
$758.00
JDC: WSJDC – $6390.00
FIREFIGHTING: Campbell –
$139.72, First Interstate Bank – $297.76,
CBH – $205.32, Chain Saw – $646.25
SUPPORT OF THE POOR:
Kinkades – $945.00
MENTALLY ILL: State Treas –
$504.88
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:
BHP&L – $70.83, Verizon – $53.40,
West River Electric – $61.23, BHP&L –
$88.96, First Interstate Bank – $248.45,
KRCS – $40.00
DOMESTIC ABUSE: Crisis Interven-
tion – $785.00
HIGHWAY: BHP&L – $50.82, Veri-
zon – $56.10, Faith Ind. – $27.28, Grand
Electric – $94.34, Enning Propane –
$2701.35, RC Journal – $27.92, A&B
Welding – $37.05, A&J Supply – $95.68,
Armstrong Ext. – $92.00, Atco Internatl –
$198.00, Sturgis Napa – $132.38, Brosz
Eng. – $2478.60, Campbells – $55.72,
Dakota Fluid Power – $1051.08, First In-
terstate Bank – $397.20, John Deere Fi-
nancial – $4259.44, CBH – $27937.28,
Fastenal Co. – $230.81, Truenorth
Steel – $5586.56, Great Western Tire –
$663.12, Grimm – $189.11, Hills Materi-
als – $614.72, McGas Propane –
$486.92, Johnston Hardware – $20.67,
Lab Corp of America – $22.50, Al’s Metal
Work – $197.08, Lyle Signs – $1421.83,
Lynn’s – $38.94, MD Prod. – $40.50, NW
Pipe – $274.81, Owens – $693.56,
Power House – $81.83, Adams –
$320.07, Rushmore Office – $1770.95,
Rapid Delivery – $29.40, Servall –
$284.24, SD DOT – $356.62, West River
Electric – $94.19, Western Comm. –
$36.00, Z&S Dust – $31224.58
COMMUNICATIONS: First Inter-
state – $141.02, Microsoft Corp –
$732.00, Golden West Tele – $591.95,
Centurylink – $1572.67, Xerox –
$332.75, Microsoft Corp – $732.00,
Hansen Law – $171.40
COUNTY NURSE: M Hulm –
$330.00, State Treas. – $2060.00
DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED:
Dakotablilities – $180.00
MENTAL ILLNESS BOARD: RC Re-
gional Hospital – $620.96, Audra Mal-
comb – $330.08, Yankton Co. Treas. –
$127.25, Regional Behavioral – $362.90,
Lewis & Clark – $149.00, Penn Co Sts
Atty. – $215.00
COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE:
First Interstate Bank – $25.89, Rush-
more Office – $35.09
WEED & PEST: Verizon – $53.40, T
Hotchkiss – $48.10, K Lee – $33.30,
Knology – $55.08, Sturgis Napa –
$12.49, BHP&L – $87.46, Campbell –
$36.95, First Interstate Bank – $2.07,
CBH – $1129.35, Sturgis Yamaha –
$23.99, McGas Propane – $904.06,
Owens Interstate – $149.99, Servall –
$79.66
VARIOUS FUNDS: Norwest Bank,
matching Social Security – $32,548.73,
SD Retirement System, matching retire-
ment – $27,899.54, county share of
health and life insurance – $81875.85.
Action (Consent): G. Personnel Ac-
tions
PERSONNEL ACTIONS
Employee, Action, Effective
Andrews, S., Raise to $13.99/hour,
06/26/13
Bostrom, D., Promotion to
$22.77/hour – 06/26/13
Brengle, M., Raise to $14.82/hour,
06/26/13
Cleland, K., Raise to $13.34/hour,
06/26/13
Dennis, C., Raise to $17.44/hour,
06/26/13
Fischer, D., Raise to $17.87/hour,
06/26/13
Goodro, M., Custodian @
$11.77/hour, 07/15/13
Holzer, J., Raise to $14.04/hour,
06/26/13
Korth, R., Raise/Longevity to
$16.31/hour, 06/26/13
Mowell, S., PT Corrections @
$14.39/hour, 06/26/13
Petrocco, B., Raise to
$4,127.08/month, 06/26/13
Tegethoff, S., Raise to
$3,831.25/month, 06/26/13
Weiland, T., Raise to $13.89/hour,
06/26/13
Weischedel, C., Raise/Longevity to
$17.77/hour, 06/26/13
Williams, C., Promotion to
$22.77/hour, 06/26/13
Action: H. G H & H Inc. has a final
plat of Lots 14A & 14B, Block 1 of Tru-
man Quall Subdivision in the NW of 30-
3-7
Action (Consent): I. Correct surveyor
typo error in the legal description of the
Golden Valley Phase II Plat
15. Adjourn
Action, Procedural: A. Adjourn the
Meeting
APPROVED:
______________________________
Robert Heidgerken, Chairman
ATTEST:
_______________________________
Lisa Schieffer, Auditor
Published August 14, 2013 at the total
approximate cost of $195.91
NOTICE OF
ADOPTION OF
ORDINANCE NO. 27
The Board of Meade County Com-
missioners on July 31, 2013 did adopt
Ordinance No. #27 – An Ordinance
Regulating Fireworks, Campfires, and
other Incendiary Devices
This Ordinance incorporates and
adopts comprehensive regulations and
notice of adoption is published pursuant
to SDCL 7-18A-5.
/s/ Robert Heidgerken
Chairman Meade County Board of
Commissioners
Attest:/s/ Lisa Schieffer
Meade County Auditor
First reading: July 3, 2013
Second reading: July 31, 2013
Adopted: July 31, 2013
PublishedAugust 14 & 21, 2013
Effective Date: September 10, 2013
Published August 14 & 21, 2013 at the
total approximate cost of $15.58
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
Dr. Jason M. Hafner
Dr. David J. Prosser
OPTOMETRISTS
Faith Clinic
1ST–3RD WEDNESDAYS
OF THE MONTH
PH: 967-2644
1-800-648-0760
910 Harmon St
RYAN SEAGER
Cell: (605) 441-7465
Fax: (605) 859-2766
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INC.
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101 W. Oak St., PO Box 816
Philip, SD 57567-0816
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Faith Community
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HOURS Mon.–Fri.:
8 a.m.–12; 1 -5 p.m.
605/967-2644
After Hours
Verna Schad: 964-6114 or
605-365-6593 (cell)
Dusty’s Tire Service
PH: 605-490-8007 – Faith, SD
“Have truck will travel”
For all your on-farm tractor, truck &
machinery tire repairs call Dusty.
Leave a message if no answer
Call anytime 7 days a week!!
I have tubes & most common
tires on hand & can order in any
tire of your choice.
WEST RIVER CABLE
TELEVISION
Serving the town of
Faith, SD
1-888-411-5651
Bison, SD
H&H Repair–Jade Hlavka
3 mi. W & 3 mi. N of Howes, SD
Equip. Repair/Maintenance -
Hydraulics - A/C - Tires
Car & Light Truck Tires
Shop: 605-985-5007
Cell: 605-441-1168
Certified Diesel Tech
hhrepair@gwtc.net
Dr. Brandace Dietterle
DC Chiropractor
EVERY MONDAY
Located in
Imagine and More
Prairie Oasis Mall,
Faith, SD
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Furnished Home in Faith, SD for Sale! $49,500
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quarters; on 2 city Lots;
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AUCTION
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Boulder Canyon. 2 Tracts & 1 Unit.
605-347-7579.
EMPLOYMENT
POLICE CHIEF ñ FREEMAN, SD
The City of Freeman is taking ap-
plications for a full time Police
Chief. Responsibilities include su-
pervision and direction of police de-
partment personnel and policies,
community relations, police patrol
and other law enforcement duties.
High School Diploma or G.E.D. re-
quired. Certified Officer preferred.
Salary is dependent on qualifica-
tions and experience. Application
and job description can be picked
up at Freeman City Hall, 185 E.
3rd Street, Freeman, SD, or call
605-925-7127. Completed applica-
tion can be sent to Lisa Edelman,
Finance Officer, PO Box 178, Free-
man, SD 57029. Deadline for ap-
plications is August 23, 2013.
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN
WANTED. Full-time, competitive
wages, and benefits provided. Ex-
perience in auto body or transmis-
sion repair preferred. B & M Body
and Repair. Hoven, SD. Contact
Mike @ 605-948-2224.
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the award winning weekly newspa-
per, Chamberlain/Oacoma SUN lo-
cated on the Missouri River, along
I-90 in central South Dakota. Con-
tact lucy@lcherald.com.
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have lowered the price & will con-
sider contract for deed. Call Russell
Spaid 605-280-1067.
LOG HOMES
DAKOTA LOG HOME Builders rep-
resenting Golden Eagle Log Homes,
building in eastern, central, north-
western South & North Dakota.
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Connell, 605-264-5650, www.gold-
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HEALTH/BEAUTY
ARE YOU A 45-79 Year Old Woman
Who Developed Diabetes While On
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 2010 Friendship
manufactured home 28’x68’ on
double corner lot at 211 E. 4th St
in Faith, SD. Open floor plan
with kitchen and dining area,
family and living room. 4 bed-
rooms, 2 bath. Appliances in-
cluded. Asking $125,000. Call
Elsie Baye at 605-967-2707.
F49-4tc
FOR SALE: Alfalfa seed, grass
seed and high test alfalfa hay.
Delivery available and volume
discount available. Call 798-
5413.
F41-11tc
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GIESLER RUMMAGE SALE
Friday, August 16, 4-7 PM at
Krause Storage Units. Dining
set, couch and chair, bedroom
set, new coveralls, water skies,
etc.
F48-2tc
APARTMENTS AVAILABLE:
Countryside Apartments in
Faith. 1 bedroom, carpeted
throughout. Laundry facilities
available. Handicap accessible.
Rent based on income. For infor-
mation contact: MetroPlains
management, LLC 1-800-244-
2826 or 1-605-347-3077 Equal
Opportunity Housing F5-tfc
PASTURE WATER LINES
with trencher and backhoe, Live-
stock Water Systems. 10 1/2 miles
south of Maurine, 605-748-2473
Merle Vig. F2-tfc
CARD OF THANKS
Thank You to all the friends
and family that joined in the Cel-
ebration at the 75th Birthday
open house or called, sent a card
or email. It was a really great day
with a lot of good memories and
stories. A Big Thanks to my fam-
ily for planning such a fun event
and putting together the Memory
Book with recollections and pic-
tures of our adventures all across
this great country.
Volmer Jensen
We would like to thank the am-
bulance crew (Mike, Terry and
Cindy) and everyone for all the
visits to the hospital and at home,
for the food and to our children
who have given us nonstop help
during and after Darrel's stay in
the hospital.
We love you all!
Darrel and Marlene
Thank you to the 212 Guys &
Gals 4-H Club for mowing the
Monument Hill Cemetery.
Squeak & Roxie Haines
Thanks to my children for
planning such a nice 89th birth-
day party for me.
Thanks to all who came, all the
prayers, beautiful cards and gifts.
May God bless each one of you.
Garnet Gaaskjolen
U|enn & Margaret Ioge|man
RETIREMENT AUCTION
Wed. Aug 2S, 2013 * 10am MT
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Conlinc w/¡iclu¡, 14', runs OK - Vcrs 15' ¡ull-iy¡c
Windrowcr - IHC 9' Mowcr - Farn King 8×50 ¡io Augcr -
LaInan cIain Siacl Movcr, Iydra & ¡io, 13 1/2 × 28 MA-
CHINERY: KnigIi Dig Auggic 12 Mi×cr Wagon w/clcc scalcs
& 3 augcrs - AsIland 5 yd Diri Scra¡cr - Hay Dusicr Dalc
Proccssr - 3 ¡i. Sngl & Dll Dalc Forls - JD 16' Disc Drill w/
Alf Sccdcr & Fcri - JD DWA 18' Tndn Disc w/foldu¡ Wings
- Dalon 27' Ficld Culiivair, good for alfalfa or Iay land -
Fcicrl 9' Snow Dlowcr w/Iydra s¡oui, noi uscd nucI, siorcd
insidc - Tcrra Dond 3 ¡i. S¡rcadr Cradcr - 5-scc Harrow on
Trans¡ - Dual 600 indn a×l Manurc S¡rcadcr - 3 ¡i.
S¡raycr, 300 gal, 32' - 3 ¡i. Dladc - JD 100 CIiscl, 16' -
Cli¡¡cr Fanning Mill - LOTS OF SCRAP IRON & OLDER
MACH ~ RANCH EQUIP, TACK: Squcczc CI w/ Dig Val
Hdgaic - (15} Sirolcrg & (10} Vcrn's Pancls - 200 lu. Dull
Din w/augcr - 2 Saddlcs, Dridlcs, Tacl - 30 (4'} Lanling
Pancls - 25 Tirc Fccdcrs - Siou× Min Fccdrs - 2 Crcc¡ Fcc-
drs on WIccls & 1 on Slids - Pow Fiv Calf Tall - Load CIuic
on wIccls - Hdgai - Calf Warncr, Pullcr & Crool - Wirc Hog
Pancl - Hog Fccdcr - Wool Tics RRIb CattIe Brand: F Lazy
6 over Bar - TRUCKS & TRAILERS: '68 CIcv C-60 Farn
Trucl, 5 s¡, w/iwin cyl Ioisi & 16' Siccl Do×, runs good -
Surc Pull 8×32 C-nccl iandcn dual a×lc Flailcd Trailcr
w/lcavcr iail ran¡s - Tiian siccl g-nccl Siocl Trailcr, 6'8"
× 20', good sIa¡c - Hndc C-nccl sngl a×l 8×20 irailcr -
Hndc 6×10 Trailcr PICKUP, ATVs, CAR: '94 CIcv Silvcrado
4×4, auio, gas, c×i cal, runs good - (2} Honda FancIcr ES
4×4's - 4-WIcclcr S¡raycr - 4-wIcclcr Trailr - '73 Poniiac
Car Dody TANKS, CULVERT: 3500 gal. Poly Liquid Fccd
Tanl w/¡un¡ & good clcc. Moior - (2} 500 gal. dcsl Tanls
w/clcc Pun¡s - (2} 300 gal. ovId Tanls - Siccl Culvcri,
4'×20' 1 Ton ALFALFA SEED In ¡lasiic sacls, clcancd &
rcady io ¡lani - 1½ T COW CAKE - TOOLS, FENCING: Hy-
draul PosiIolc Augcr - Colcn Pownaic 6250 & WinCo 2500
waii PTO Ccncraiors - Dig Paris Din - Acciyl Wcldcr on
wIccls - Cardcn Tillcr & Su¡¡lics. Hoscs, Falcs - NEW Dar-
rcll Foiclla 15/40 Oil - Many wrcncIcs, good scis - Dii
SIar¡cncr - Log S¡liiicr - Conlin Sci. 1-3/8" ÷ 2", siand &
nciric - Plicrs - Soclcis - Visc Cri¡s - CIiscls - PuncIcs -
Hanncrs - Maliia CIo¡ Saw on siand - 2 Drill Prcsscs -
Crafis Fadial Arn Saw - good SiiIl CIainsaw - LP SIo¡
Hcaicr, lilc Kni¡co - Tallc Saw - DcncI Crindcr - Oil Darrcl
& Ccar Lulc Pun¡s - (2} l00= LP Doiilcs, 20= loiilcs - SIov-
cls - Corn Forl - PiicIforls - S¡adcs - Mall - Hoscs - 30T
Hydraul Prcss - Housc Jacls - Handyn Jacl - 200 Drand
NEW Siccl Posis & Siays - 2 NEW Folls Darl Wirc &
SircicIcr - ¡io Darl Wirc Unrollcr - 3 FEA Polcs - CIain
Hoisis - FaicIci Sira¡s - Livc Aninal Tra¡ - Ncw & Uscd
Lunlcr - Ccncni Mi×cr - Wovcn Wirc - Sonc Euclid & Trac-
ior Tircs ANTIQUES: IH Crcan Sc¡araior - Poi Dcllicd Siovc
- Crcan Cans - Dowls - Classwarc - Crocls - Dluc Jars
MEAT GRINDER, SAW, SLICER & HOUSEHOLD: Dcc¡
Frcczc - NEW DDQ Crill - Paiio Sci - Scw MacI - Scw Cal-
inci - 3 Foll Away Dcds - Mag Facls - Lan¡s - Con¡uicr -
Dool Cascs - Calincis - Wall Dccor - Enicriain Ccnicr - Sn
Elcc A¡¡lianccs
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