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“It’s like being near your hero” was the general reaction Wednesday as Triton Elementary School presented its annual “Books and Baskets” event for intervention students and their families. Organized by intervention teacher Susan Mullin, the program paired students with Triton Jr./Sr. High School basketball players who read books with and to them and then shot baskets with them in the elementary gym. The enthusiasm was contagious as the players seemed to enjoy the experience as much as the students.
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and business owners in Marshall County are encouraged  • Walnut Church of the Brethren, 5975 19th Road, Argos,  to sign up for one on one, confidential business counseling (corner of 19th and Gumwood, southeast of Argos) is hold- with Alan  Steele,  adviser  with  the  North  Central  ISBDC.  ing a soup supper from 4:30-7 p.m. Menu includes soups, Preregistration  is  required.  Please  call  574-360-9691  or  email asteele@isbdc.org, identifying yourself as a Marshall sandwiches, and desserts. • Feeding Time will be at 10 a.m. at Potato Creek State  County participant. Park.  Stop  by  the  Nature  Center  to  watch  the  animals  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2 being fed. • Plymouth Adult Education is holding an open house  • “Trillers & Croakers” will be presented at 2 p.m. in the  at  the  Culver-Union  Township  Public  Library  from  5:30Potato Creek State Park nature center auditorium. 7 p.m. Plymouth Adult Education is planning to offer •  Plymouth  Public  Library  is  featuring  family  movie  time in the Laramore A Meeting Room at 1 p.m. Parents of  library outreach/distance learning classes at the local children 10 years of age and younger must accompany and libraries. The free study sessions are designed to prepare remain with children. If desired, bring snacks and drinks students for the TASC, the new High School Equivalency  from home or purchase them in the library snack room. Test  for  Indiana  that  has  replaced  the  GED  and  for  colFor  more  information  check  the  library  website,  www. lege  and  career  readiness.  Contact  the  Plymouth  Adult  plymouth.lib.in.us, or call the Plymouth Public Library at  Education  Office  at  574-936-7268  or  email  dsherwood@ plymouth.k12.in.us. 574-936-2324 and press 2 for the Children’s Room. •  Culver-Union  Township  Public  Library’s  book/film  group, A Novel Approach, will meet at 12 p.m. in the TUESDAY, APRIL 1 • Plymouth Adult Education HSE (GED) registration is  library’s large meeting room. This month’s selection is at the PCSC Service Center, 701 E. Berkley St., Plymouth.  The Help. •  The  Plymouth  class  of  1958  will  have  its  monthly  Future  students  can  choose  to  attend  the  two-hour  sesluncheon at 11:30 a.m. at the Brass Rail, in downtown sions beginning at 10 a.m. or at 5 p.m. The free classes are Plymouth. All classmates, their spouses and friends of the designed to prepare students for the TASC, the new high  class are welcome. school equivalency test for Indiana that has replaced the •  Pam  Brooke  will  present  Let’s  Walk  from  10-11  a.m.  GED  and  for  college  and  career  readiness.  Contact  the  CDT  at  the  Starke  County  Public  Library.  Please  sign  up  Plymouth Adult Education Office at 574-936-7268 or email  for accurate class counts. dsherwood@plymouth.k12.in.us.
Vol. 49
The Shopper
March 30, 2014 No. 13
Managing Editor . . . . . . . . Lois Tomaszewski Production/IT Manager. . . . .Greg Hildebrand Marketing Manager . . . . . . . . Cindy Stockton Accounting Manager . . . Michele Louderback Circulation Manager . . . . . . . . . . Mike Siroky
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BOURBON — Kindergarten round-up at Triton Elementary School will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 1 at the school. Parents who would like to visit the kindergarten classrooms and take a look around the school, should please plan on arriving 15 to 20 minutes early. Students will have an opportunity to meet the kindergarten teachers and participate in special classes while parents receive information about the school and their child’s school day. Parents should please bring birth certificates and immunization records to this meeting. Triton Elementary School does not charge tuition to attend. Enrollment is open to any child in the area.
•  Plymouth  Plan  Commission  will  meet  at  7  p.m.  THURSDAY, APRIL 3 in  Room  203  of  the  Marshall  County  Building,  112  W.  • Argos Public Library will be hosting a book discussion  Jefferson St., Plymouth. The Plymouth Board of Zoning of Orphan Train at 6 p.m. in the Margaret Neff Meeting Appeals meeting will follow at 7:30 p.m. •  Union-North  United  School  Corporation  board  of  — Cont., Page 4 trustees will meet in special session at 5 p.m. in the media center of the LaVille  Jr.-Sr.  High  School,  69969  5 a.m.-Midnight U.S. 31 South, Lakeville. •  Individual  ISBDC  advisement services are Automatic Rewards offered monthly at the on all dry cleaning offices  of  Marshall  County  Economic  Development,  Earn 1 point per dollar spent! 2864  Miller  Drive,  Plymouth. Entrepreneurs, potential entrepreneurs
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Room. Charlotte Slabaugh (a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution) will lead the discussion. •  Operation  Quiet  Comfort’s  third  annual  Celebrate  &  Support Our Troops dinner and auction fundraiser will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 650 Columbus Drive, Plymouth. Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m., program begins at 6:30 p.m. Individual tickets are $15. Reserved seating table for eight is $125 (March 31 deadline for tables.) For tickets contact Jan Houin at 574-936-1424 or janh@operationquietcomfort.com • John Glenn School Corporation kindergarten round-up  will be held at 6 p.m. at Walkerton Elementary School and North Liberty Elementary School. Please bring your child’s birth certificate and shot records. Please bring your child for a building tour. •  Farmers  Mutual  Insurance  Company  announces  its  annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the company office located at 440 E. Jefferson St., Plymouth. • Walnut Church of the Brethren youth group is having  a bake sale starting at 8:30 a.m. and port-a-pit chicken sale from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Do It Best Hardware on State Road  10, Argos. All proceeds will be used for youth activities. •  The  Bremen  Masonic  Lodge  is  sponsoring  a  Nelson’s  port-a-pit chicken sale from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Woodies Supermarket  parking  lot  in  Bremen.  Chicken  halves  and  pork chops will be sold for $6 apiece.
Knights of Columbus hosting fish dinner
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Knights of Columbus Council 1975 will be hosting an all-you-can-eat fish dinner from 4-7 p.m. Friday, April 11 at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 901 E. Jefferson in Plymouth. An $8.50 ticket will purchase an all-you-can-eat dinner including fish, a variety of side dishes, dessert, and a drink. Children 4-10 can eat for $4 while children younger than age 4 can eat for free. The fish will be prepared by Tyner Oddfellows. Tickets are available in advance and at the door. A drive-through service is also available at the Columbus Club south door. Carryouts include, fish, sides and a dessert. There are no carryout orders for children’s tickets. Proceeds from the event will benefit local charitable organizations that are near and dear to the hearts of the Knights of Columbus.
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IT’S ABOUT time for roofing, dry-walling, spring cleaning, pressure washing, cleaning out gutters, landscaping, or more. Several service options from weekly and bi-weekly cleans to monthly and one-time only cleans available. Call Christine or Chris (574)540-3122
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Come celebrate agriculture with us
Marshall County Ag Day Committee If you plan to bring a group of is holding an event to promote the individuals to attend the day activity, value of agriculture to our community. we would appreciate you calling the The Ag Day program will be held at Marshall County Extension Office at Centennial Park by the old horse barn 574-935-8545, so that we can be prein Plymouth on Friday, April 4. It will pared for you. We already have a busy BY ROBERT YODER be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. schedule planned for the day with area EXTENSION EDUCATOR There will be several educational disthird-graders coming to the event. plays pertaining to Marshall County Again, the Marshall County Ag Day lunch hour or throughout the day, agriculture for area residents to view. Committee will be holding an event please stop by the park and check out Goal of the committee is to inform in Centennial Park in Plymouth on our displays or call to schedule a time. the public how Marshall County Friday, April 4, from 8:30 a.m. through If you are a full-time homemaker, this Agriculture participates in producing is a great activity for you to learn about 2:30 p.m. in the afternoon. our food and share the importance of Stop by and celebrate local agriculour agricultural industry that raises this industry to our local economy. ture with us! The committee will have educational food you purchase in area grocery Thank you farmers! stores. displays on dairy cattle, beef cattle, ducks, swine, sheep, 1200 1200 1205 draft horses, natural resource Apartments for Rent Apartments for Rent Houses for Rent conservation, crop produc2 AND 3 bedroom homes for tion, farm safety, nutrition, MALLARD LAKE rent- $895 to $950. Call for deelectrical safety and 4-H protails. 574-936-4487 APARTMENTS gram. If you have time over
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St. Paul’s Lutheran School PTL sponsored its 20th annual Showcase of Fine Arts and Crafts on Friday, March 21. Arts and crafts produced by all K-8 students, their families and congregation members were on display during the event. A showcase of music entries, with a program of piano, instrumental, and vocal music was performed. Ken and Anita Eichinger were honored with a plaque in thanks for 20 years of service coordinating this event for St. Paul’s PTL. Pictured are, front, from left, Anita and Ken Eichinger; back, Mrs. Barbara Middaugh, Pastor Roger Rohde, and Keith Miller who serve on the PTL board.
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• Tippecanoe Improvement Association is holding a fish fry and chicken strips dinner plus bake sale from 4-7 p.m., or until sold out, at the Tippecanoe Community Center. Cost is $8 for ages 12 and older, $4 for ages 7-11. Food will be fried by Tyner IOOF mobile fry unit.
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Plymouth High School Business Professionals of America team members qualifying for national competition are, from left: Nick Bayley, Max Holloway, Ricky Cooper, Curtis Smith and John Hunter.
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BPA students compete at state level
INDIANAPOLIS — Two weekends ago, the students of Plymouth High School Business Professionals of America (BPA) competed at the state level after qualifying early in the year to reach this point. Finishing in first place was Curtis Smith in Extemporaneous Speech as well as qualifying for the nationals as a part of the Broadcast News Production team with Ricky Cooper, Max Holloway and John Hunter as they placed second. Also, qualifying for nationals was Nick Bayley in Computer Network Technology with a second-place finish. Others that did well but did not qualify for Nationals include Daniel Flynn with a ninth-place finish in Graphic Design Promotion, Cooper with a seventh-place finish in Presentation Management Individual, Nathan Mahan with a sixth-place
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PRODUCTION WORKERS / COMPETATIVE PAY Full-time - Light assembly and packing position. Self-starter, motivated, hardworking individuals needed. Apply between 10A and 3P M-F @ Farm Innovators, Inc., 2255 Walter Glaub Dr. Plymouth, IN
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Circulation Assistant The Pilot News Group is looking for a part time person to work in Circulation 20 hours per week. Duties include calling expired customers and telemarketing for new ones, sampling areas in Marshall and Stark Counties. Great job for high school/ college student or retired person, who enjoys talking on the phone and likes challenges. Must have dependable transportation, valid drivers license. If interested please fill out application Pilot News Group , 214 N. Michigan St., Plymouth, IN. 46563. DELIVERY AND set-up person needed w/a good driving record. Salary based on experience. Apply in person at Bailey’s Home Furnishings: 921 West Jefferson, Plymouth FIBERGLASSEXPERIENCED grinders, rollers, mold repair and final finish needed. Apply at: Bremen Composites, 425 Industrial Drive, Bremen, IN 46506 FULL CHARGE book-keeper needed, with experience in Quick Books, Payroll Taxes and ACH banking. Bring resumes to: Bailey’s Home Furnishings, 921 West Jefferson St., Plymouth. LEAD/SETUP POSITION experienced in the set up of injection molds and in operating injection molding machines. Trouble shooting process problems, repairing minor oil leaks, and assisting with start ups are principal responsibilities. Pre-employment drug screen required. Please send resume to BPC Mfg., 1755 N. Oak Drive, Plymouth, IN. 46563 EOE. MCCORMICK MOTORS, Nappanee IN is now hiring for light duty service technician. Pay is $10-$24 hourly based on experience. Qualifications required: Diploma or GED, ASE Certification a plus. Call 877-773-3134 for more details.
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THE AUTO Park has a Title Clerk position available at its fast paced cooperate offices. The ideal candidate must be neat and clean in appearance, prior experience is preferred. Apply in person at: 2121 Walter Glaub Drive, Plymouth WENDY’S IN Plymouth is now hiring for days, evenings, and weekends. Full-time maybe available. Competitive wages. Apply in person, no phone calls please.
1175 Drivers Wanted
SEMI-DRIVER WANTED w/2 years driving experience, clean driving record, must have Class-A CDL. Home every night. Good pay and benefits. DIESEL MECHANIC needed w/5 years experience in LaPaz must have own tools. Good-pay and benefits, part-time or full-time. (574)784-8402 M-F, between 9am-4pm
1170 Help Wanted
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR
Better Way Products, the local leader in the fiberglass industry, is accepting resumes for a production supervisor. This full time, first shift, hands-on supervisor is responsible for production goals, ensuring quality and plant safety. The ability to prioritize tasks, communicate effectively and meet shifting deadlines is essential. Experience in the fiberglass industry and in a leadership role required. Email your resume to:sdroptiny@betterwaypartners.com or drop it off at 70891 CR 23 New Paris
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BRAUN CHEVROLET BUICK
in Winamac is looking for a new and pre-owned vehicle salesperson. Must be dependable, personable, with computer and social media skills. Automotive or sales experience preferred. Send resume/application to Braun Auto Group PO Box 409 Winamac IN 46996.
UTILITY MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Zentis in Plymouth is hiring an Utility Maintenance Technician. This position will be responsible for the Ammonia and Refrigeration equipment, and ensuring the equipment is in safe working order and operating as required. In addition to this, there will be responsibility for maintaining and repair of the boiler equipment and HVAC. Perform PM tasks on Utility Equipment. Basic electrical skills required. The ability to organize assigned tasks with good interpersonal skills. Also have Motor and Motor controls experience. Ammonia Refrigeration experience and/or Boiler Operations required. Only candidates with the above mentioned skills will be considered. This will require on call rotating responsibilities. Accepting applications on-site at 2050 N. Oak Road in Plymouth (enter at the back of the building). Hours for applications are Monday through Friday 1:00 to 4:00. You can also email your resume to hiring@zentis.com or fax t 574-941-1198
FAULKNER F ABRICATING, INC .
Experienced Steel Fabricators and Production Welders.
We offer competitive wages and benefits to qualified applicants. Apply in person at: is hiring
Faulkner Fabricating, Inc.
4050 Lincoln Highway Bourbon, IN 46504
A part-time AND full-time position responsible for ensuring general safety through surveillance of properties (on-going walking and driving rounds), responding to emergency situations, removing snow & ice, and completing logs as assigned. Position supports other service areas, including switchboard coverage. Training in first aid/AED and CPR are a plus for part-time position. EMT certification is required for full-time position. High school degree or equivalent and valid Indiana Driver's License is required as well as excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision and as a team player. Hours are generally 10:00a to 8:30p for full-time and 8:00p to 6:30a for part-time, with a rotating schedule, including required weekend and holiday coverage. Applications may be requested by mail, phone, fax, or e-mail. The deadline for submitting applications is April 7, 2014. The Center at Donaldson Attn: Human Resources P.O. Box 1 Donaldson, Indiana 46513 Phone: 574-936-9936 Fax: 574-935-1735 E-mail: HR@poorhandmaids.org EOE
SAFETY & SUPPORT SERVICES
SUPPORT STAFF
Various shifts working with special needs individuals in their living environment with daily activities. High School diploma or GED required. Current/valid Indiana Driver’s license, good driving record, proof of auto insurance a must. Drug testing required. Apply in person, no phone calls please. EOE
Marshall-Starke Development Center
1901 Pidco Dr. Plymouth, IN 46563
SEASONAL AGRONOMY OPERATIONS ASSOCIATES
North Central Co-op, Bremen, Inwood & Nappanee. Seasonal positions. Duties: truck driving, warehousing, maintenance. Prefer Class B CDL - air brakes, tanker or ability to obtain Ag CDL. Able to pass drug test. Able to pass NCC driving record check. APPLY: On-line www.ncc.coop Job #6312-B
NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM ASSISTANT POSITION
Nutrition Education Programs is seeking qualified NEP Assistant to teach and provide relevant nutritional information locally. Good teaching, communication and basic computer skills are preferable. Job position requires HS Diploma/GED, a valid driver's license and reliable transportation for on job traveling purposes. Please go to http://purdue.taleo.net/careersection/wl/joblist.ftl?lang=en&portal=10140480283 to fill out application and additional information. Purdue University is an equal access/equal opportunity/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. A Background Check will be required for employment in this position.
Retirees welcome.
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WALKERTON — Beginning April 10, Plymouth Adult Education HSE (GED) is offering library outreach/distance learning classes weekly on Thursdays from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the Walkerton-Lincoln Township Public Library. The free study sessions are designed to prepare students for the TASC, the new high school equivalency test for Indiana that has replaced the GED and for college and career readiness. Residents in the Walkerton and surrounding areas are encouraged to contact the Plymouth Adult Education Office at 574-936-7268 or email dsherwood@plymouth.k12.in.us for more information.
Plymouth Adult Ed offering distance learning
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• Greater Marshall County Children’s Resale seller and Library will be hosting Intro to Computers from 10 a.m.-12 volunteer sign up will be at the Argos United Methodist p.m. CDT. Sign up is required. Church from 9-11 a.m. More information is available at marshallcoresale.weebly.com or at www.facebook.com/ SUNDAY, APRIL 6 GreaterMarshallCoChildrensResale. • Gardening 101 is a free class for anyone who is inter• Pretty Lake Trinity United Methodist Church, 8985 S.R. ested in learning more about gardening. Gardeners of all 17, Plymouth is holding its annual fish fry in the church skill levels are invited to attend. The class will be held at fellowship hall from 4-7:30 p.m. Cost is $9 for adults, $4.50 2 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the Plymouth Seventhfor children ages 6-11, and free for children younger than 6. day Adventist Church, 11533 7B Road, Plymouth (east Menu includes fish, homeof the airport, just off U.S. made salads and dessert. 31). Reservations are recCarryouts available. ommended for guaranteed • Starke County Public seating. Please call Rick at DIRECTIONS: North of downtown Plymouth, IN on Old Business 31 (Michigan) approx. 4 miles to 4A Road (Tri-Way Outdoor Theater) then east approx. ½ mile 574-935-3929 or email rickat 12700 4A Road, Plymouth, IN. cf@yahoo.com to register.
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 @ 5:00 pm
The Former Building & Real Estate of Belongea Industries Inc. Marshall Co. Case #50C01-1211-MF-127 2.16 ACRES & 13,250 SQ. FT. STEEL SPAN BUILDING General Information – This property is well located, just off US#31 beside the State of Indiana Highway Dept. It has been a manufacturing property for many years. It has well & septic without any environmental information. The building has 1 dock with a 10’x10’ overhead, a 12’x12’ overhead & access doors. The building was built approx. 1994. The office area is both on the 1st Open House: floor and an upper level. The seller says to find a new owner, so inspect, ar- Monday, April 7, 2014 range financing if needed and bid on this well- 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. or call constructed building. for appointment DON’T FIND OUT TOO LATE THAT YOU WOULD HAVE EASILY PAID MORE THAN THE SALE PRICE. Terms & Conditions 10% Buyers Premium will be added to the final bid price to establish the total sale price. DOWN PAYMENT: 10% down payment on the day of the auction with the balance in cash at closing. The down payment may be made in the form of cash, cashier’s check, personal check or corporate check. Your bidding is not conditional upon financing, so be sure you have arranged financing, if needed, and are capable of paying cash at closing. ACCEPTANCE OF BID PRICES: All successful bidders will be required to enter into purchase agreements at the auction site immediately following the close of the auction. All final bid prices are subject to approval by the Sellers. ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE THE DAY OF THE SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PRINTED MATERIAL OR ANY OTHER ORAL STATEMENTS MADE. AUCTIONEER NOTE: Your bidding is not conditional upon financing, so be sure you have arranged financing if needed. For more information on financing or inspection, contact Hahn Auctioneers, Inc.
• The Be Yourself mental health support group will meet from 6-7:30 p.m. in the LifePlex conference room, 2855 Miller Drive, Plymouth. The featured topic will be a summary of the book, “Darkness Is My Only Companion” by Karheryn Greene McCreight. For more infor-
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SOMMERS PUBLIC AUCTION
Located : 2 miles south of New Paris on St. Rd 15 to Co. Rd 50 then west 2 miles or North of Nappanee Indiana on St. Rd 19, 2 Miles to County Road 50, then East 7 Miles to Auction Site. (Watch for Auction Signs on :)
21218 Co. Rd. 50 New Paris, IN
1978 JD 2840 D Tractor, 3pt, 2 SCV, 540/1000 PTa 18-4 x 34 rubber; 1967 JD 2510 G Tractor, 3pt, NF, 540/1000 PTa, 4380 hrs, (Engine has zero hours on a fresh overhaul); 1948 JD B Tractor w/clam shell fenders; 2000 NH LX465 Skid loader wi 60” Material Bucket, 1943 hrs; JD 60 Skid loader w/44” Material Bucket & Manure Forks. JD 2700 6-18”Spring Auto, on land hitch Plow; IH 7106-16” spring Auto 3pt Plow; JD 2-16” Pull Trip Back Plow, hand trip; Brillion 13’ Crow1oot Cultimulcher; JD 8’ Solid Packer; JD EB 8’ Grain Drill w/Grass Seeder; (5) J&M 250 Bushel Gravity Wagons; (2) Parker 175 Bushel Gravity Wagons; Mayrath 64’,10” PTa Auger wi swing away hopper & hyd lift; Kewanee 40’ Elevator; Mayrath 40’ Elevator; JD 300 Picker w/3 row 30” & 2 row 38” heads; JD #5 Sickle Bar Mower; Rhino 5’ 3pt Rotary Mower; Bush Hog 6’ 3pt Ditch Bank Mower; Rhino 8’ 3pt Blade; NH 40, 1000 PTa, Forage Blower; JD 16A Flail Chopper; (2) Miller 4100, 16’ Forage Wagons, w/JD & Kory Gears; Miller 5100, 16’ Forage Wagon, w/Kory Tandem Axle Gear; 2008 JD 635, 12’ Disc Bine w/Roliers & 1000 PTa; M&W Hay Tedder 4 Rotor fold ; JD 640 Hay Rake w/Dolly Wheel; JD 337 Square Baler wlWide Pick & Gandy Dry Applicator; 18’ Flat Rack Wagon w/JD Tandem Axle Gear; 16’ Flat Rack 14’ Flat Rack Wagons one w/Sides. Shop Built 34’ Tri axle Wheel Trailer w/Dolly, Lights & 8ft Deck; 26 ft Tri Axle Trailer(no floor); Bison 16’x7’ Bumper Hitch Livestock Trailer. 250 Ton Bagged corn Silage; 200 Ton Of Corn Silage still in Silos; Calf Feeders; (4) calf hutches; Super Hutch; 3 Ton Brock Feed Bin; 1 Y2 Ton Honeyville Feed Bin; Calf Box Mover for Pallet Fork (2) Sets 16-9 x 34 Duals; Gibson Side By Side Refrigerator/Freezer; Frigidaire Refrigerator/Freezer; Other Misc. Items on Auction Day. 1970 MF 1100 G Tractor (SN9B26876) 3 pt, 540 PTa, 2 SCV, 18-4 x 34 rubber; Woods 15’ Batwing Mower; 4 Place Snowmobile Trailer; 1350 Gal Poly Tank; 11’ 3-Pt. Snow Blade; Hutchinson 5T- 8” Auger; 18.4 x 34 TRail Duals; 700 Gallon AG Chem Sprayer w/Raven 440 Monitor & 45’ Boom; 2000 JD 925, 9FT. MaCa w/Flail Conditioner Auction Note: The Sommers Family have sold their farm, and will be moving their dairy operation to Wisconsin. One and one half hour auction with very little miscellaneous. PLEASE DON’T BE LATE!
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REMC annual membership meeting April 1 at PHS
PLYMOUTH — Marshall County Rural Electric Membership Corporation (REMC) will hold its 76th annual meeting on Tuesday, April 1 in the Plymouth High School auditorium. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for registration and the meeting will begin at 7 p.m. All REMC members are urged to attend. The Cooperative’s annual membership meeting is the most important member event of the year and provides fun for the entire family. Members are the reason for the Cooperative’s existence and the annual meeting has been a major event since 1939. The REMC is governed by a board of directors that is elected by the members at the annual meeting. The directors are responsible for representing the membership in major decisions that face the cooperative on a yearly basis. Members attending the meeting will receive ballots for the election of two members to the board of directors. This year’s candidates for director include Marvin Houin, Dr. Richard Leeper, Robin Roberts, and Steven Roberts. This year’s entertainment will be provided by performers Cook & Belle. Cook & Belle is a country duo which has performed throughout the U.S. for the past 15 years. They have opened for artists such as Dierks Bentley, Randy Travis, Rascall Flatts, Joe Nichols and many more. A $5 cash attendance award is given to each member that attends (one per member). In addition, members attending are qualified for numerous door prize drawings including (10) $50 REMC electric bill credits and a chance to win the grand prize drawing, a $500 REMC electric bill credit. While special musical entertainment is provided for the adults, there is free babysitting provided by the 4-H Junior Leaders and an open gymnasium for the children.
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Braun Price $36,700
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Braun Discount – 2,172 • Dealer Cash – 3,000
MSRP $25,170
Final Price $19,998
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Braun Discount – 2,754 • Dealer Cash – 2,000
MSRP $31,640
Final Price $26,886
Savings of $4,754
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*Sale Price includes all Great Lakes incentives and rebates, does not include sales tax. Prices subject to change based on current incentives. 0% interest available on select vehicles but could change discounts. See dealer for details.
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Has your electric bill seemed too high from years past?
Over time wires become corroded, lugs become loose, breakers become weak... All these conditions make your electric system work harder, costing you money. It may be time to have your electric service inspected. Huffman Electric does a six point inspection of your electrical service ($85). We look for corrosive conditions, loose wires & lugs and check breaker condition as part of our six point inspection.
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Spring Home Improvement 2014
Four Seasons Custom Decks and Fences
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SEE US AT THE HOME & OUTDOOR EXPO IN BOOTHS 9 & 10!
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Spring Home Improvement 2014
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Equip your home with a sump pump
In 2012, hundreds of miles of coastline along the northeastern United States were battered and decimated due to Hurricane Sandy. More than a year later, many homeowners were still dealing with the consequences of the devastating storm. Hurricane Sandy illustrated just how destructive water can be. Each year, storms across North America have the potential to flood homes or cause water to enter the basement or first floor. According to the National Flood Insurance Program, a mere six inches of water in a 2,000 square foot home can cause around $40,000 in damage. Homeowners looking to avoid such damages can rely on sump pumps and backup emergency systems to keep sublevels dry and safe. Sump pumps are frequently used in homes at risk of flooding or in homes where the water table is above the foundation of the home. Sump pumps remove water that has accumulated in a water collecting sump basin built into the foundation of the home. Water may enter through perimeter drains (French drains) built into the basement or directly through the sump basin itself. The pump will send the water away from the house through a series of pipes that could drain into a dry well, into a municipal storm drain or at the curb. Many sump pumps are hard-wired into a home’s electrical system and will automatically turn on when the water level in the sump basin has risen enough to trigger the pump. A flotation device built into the pump will rise enough to turn on the pump, which will then dispel the water until the device returns to its regular level. When operating correctly, sump pumps are effective at removing water and keeping basements and crawl spaces dry. However, in the event of a power outage, which is common when strong winds accompany flooding rains, a sump pump is rendered useless unless there is a backup battery attached to the sump pump. Having a battery hooked up to a sump pump, or a backup sump pump that is battery-powered, can give homeowners peace of mind in any storm. A backup plan ensures the pump will still be able to remove water for a certain period of time until electricity is restored to the home. Another option is to make sure the sump pump is connected to a power generator should the main power supply go out. As long as the generator is running, the sump pump will expel the water. Water damage to a home can cost thousands of dollars in repairs, particularly when it is not covered by standard home insurance policies. Sump pumps can help keep homes dry and safe.
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9 ways to improve curb appeal
Homeowners who want their homes to make strong first impressions must prioritize curb appeal. Homes with strong curb appeal sell well and can impart a welcoming feel to all visitors. Improving curb appeal need not be expensive, and the following are a handful of ways to improve the appearance of your home. 1. Install a bold-looking door in a vibrant color or one with a custom design. This helps the home stand out from other properties in the neighborhood. 2. Edge the driveway to create a distinct border between the driveway and the lawn or other landscaping features. This helps homes appear neat and well kept. 3. Use outdoor lighting to make a home more inviting. Outdoor lighting also makes properties safer to traverse at night. 4. Clean a home’s exterior to remove mildew or discolorations from the siding, driveway, patio, and other outdoor elements. 5. Improve landscapes with fresh plants and seasonal color. Homeowners without the time to plant can consider container gardens, which don’t take much time to assemble but still add appeal to a home’s exterior. 6. Prune planting beds and add new mulch to restore color. 7. Add shutters and accent trim to a home’s exterior to improve on the beauty of the house. 8. Install new fencing or give a fresh coat of paint or stain to an existing fence. 9. Replace concrete paths with tile or stone walkways to make entryways more impressive and inviting.
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Argos BPA Parliamentary Procedure Team places 1st at state
INDIANAPOLIS — The Argos Chapter of Business Professionals of America (BPA) competed at the State Leadership Conference from March 16-18 in Indianapolis. Argos had two state champions at the end of the competition. Libby Moyer placed first in Advanced Interview Skills and the Parliamentary Procedure Team of Moyer, Jamie Ewing, Ryan Moorefield, Henry Harrell, Hannah Harrell, Justin Carr and Chris Stark also took first place in their team event. Argos only started a Parli team three years ago, and this is the first year the team broke into the top two in order to move on to the national competition. Also moving on to nationals is Josiah Osborn who took second place in Basic Office Systems and Procedures. The following members were recognized on stage for their efforts, but will not be moving on: Moorefield was fifth in Entrepreneurship, Henry Harrell was fifth in Extemporaneous Speech, Liz Hack was ninth in Advanced Word Processing, Ben Carter was eighth in Advanced Word Processing, Sean Mullaney was ninth in Fundamental Spreadsheet and Aubrie DeWulf was seventh in Fundamental Desktop Publishing. Moyer received several medals for her Open Events, first place in Parliamentary Procedure, second in Management/Marketing/ HR Concepts and eighth in Administrative Support Concepts. Henry Harrell received eighth place in the Parliamentary Procedure Open. Mullaney and Henry Harrell served as state officers this year; Harrell was
Pictured is Argos High School’s Parliamentary Procedure Team. Front row: Jamie Ewing, Hannah Harrell, Chris Stark; back row: Mr. Mike Jones, Henry Harrell, Ryan Moorefield, Libby Moyer, and Justin Carr. District 2 president and Mullaney was vice president of chapter activities. The Argos BPA’s adviser is Shari Bloom who was elected to the state executive board for the next three years. The National Leadership Conference will be held in Indianapolis April 30-May 3 at the JW Marriott.
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mation please call Dave Hileman at 574-540-2628. • Marshall County Right to Life banquet will be at 6:30 p.m. at Christos’ Banquet Hall. Guest speaker will be Shawn Carney, noted inspirational speaker and founder of “40 Days for Life”. Tickets are $20. Call Paula at 574-4986628 for more information or to purchase tickets. • Argos Public Library will host a screening of the PBS documentary, The American Experience: The Orphan Trains at 6 p.m. in the Margaret Neff Meeting Room. • Indiana University Health Heart Cart will be at IU Health Primary Care at LifePlex, 2855 Miller Drive, Ste. 117, in Plymouth, at 12:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required. For more information or to register, call 219-326-2626 or tollfree 800-235-6204, ext. 2626. • A spring style show and salad/dessert bar, sponsored by Walkerton Epsilon Chi Tri Kappa, will be held at Walkerton Elementary School. Doors open at 6 p.m. Cost is $10; children younger than 5 half price. To purchase tickets call Tracey Duff at 574-784-8531 or Sarah Rippy at 574-5867299. • The LaVille High School drama club will be performing Charlotte’s Web at 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Admission is $4 at the door. If there are any questions, please call LaVille High School at 574-784-3151.
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