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,i-00oun00 00ews. C ommun Ken Selling Golf Scramble has winners By Kristine O'Brien, coach Hole Sponsors: The Ken Helling Golf Scramble Grand Casino Mille Lacs was held on Saturday, May 4, at the Kimball Golf Course Kimball Golf Course benefiting the Eden Valley Properties Kimball-Eden Valley.Watkins Girls 'Harvest Bank and Boys Golfteam. Although it was Riverwood Realty/ an unseasonably cold day, teams DockendorfBusService came out and enjoyed a round of RIE Coatings Inc. golf, ate a great meal, and won fab- Mies Outland ulous prizes. This year's champi- Eden Valley Lumber CO. ons, The Nuts with Jason Huschle, Valley Meats and Grocery Butch Stang, Dan Stang, and Tyler Steven Schmitt Insurance Agency Stang, shot 5 under par to edge out Centerline the competition. The Kimball-Eden Gabriel Media Valley-Watkins girls' and boys' golf Individual Sponsors team would like to thank our hole Kimball Garage and individual sponsors, the busi- Steins Thriftway Foods nesses who donated door prizes, American Family Insurance/ and Kimball Golf Club for support- Thomas Ehlinger Agency ing the golf teams and making the Gohmann's Foods 2013 Ken Helling Golf Scramble a UglyTom's huge success. "Farmer s State Bank of Watkins 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 14 17559 Deerwood Rd., Clearwater MN CAR/SPEAR HOUSE: 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier 2-dr, auto, 212,000 miles; 4' x 6' alum. Spear house. FARM MACHINERY/PROPANE TANK: Farm & Country 500 3-point fertilizer spreader;Farm Star pull-type seeder/aerat0r; Nice vintage VunBrunt drill w/grass seeder, wooden wheels, been inside; 6' 3-point blade; Brinly 3-point sprayer/cultivat0r; JD sickle mower; Pull-type 8' spring-t0oth digger; Power wagon; 4-section drag; JD 3-bottom pull-type plow; 500-gallon propane tank. GROVE MACHINERY: New Idea 251 conditioner; Flail chopper; 1-row picker (rough); Pull-type cultivator; 4-row cultivator; Oliver spreader; Single disc; HD 8' x 12' trail6r; JD 2-row planter; JD spreader; Scrap iron. FARM PRIMITIVES & ANTIQUES: Nice Iowa cream separator; John Deere No. 18 corn sheller; Many barn windows; Beautiful buffet; Wheeling galvanized double wash stand; Maytag ringer/washer (like new); Blue Mason jars, milk cans, boiler, glassware; Old blue cupboard; Red Wing 20-gal. crock w/handles; Chicken crates & feeders; Old boxes; Barn rope, pulleys; Ice cream cans; Feed scoop, feed sacks; Old unique wooden feed box; Mirrored dressers; China hutch; Oak dining room table; Full bed frame; Pie safe, kraut cutter; Chest of drawers; Cedar chest; Vintage wooden cabinets & cupboards; Vintage sink cabinet; Vintage dolls & games; Skillet & fry pans; Stoneware & enamel; Foot stool & plant stand; Mirrors Page 9 ' Ir INI & prints; Vintage wooden-frame love seat; Nice chests; Vintage kitchen items; License plates; Marbles; Book shelves; Mixing bowls; Cookie jars, China sets; Vintage gas cans; Vintage tools; Red wagon; Old Schwinn bikes; Scythe. TILLER/LAWN & GARDEN: Troy Built Horse 7hp rear-tine tiller; Troy Built lOhp chipper/shredder; 5hp log splitter on wheels; Agri-Fab lawn sweep; Compost mixer on stand; Nice garden cart; Turo 450 push mower w/bagger; Electric pressure washer; Outdoor hand tools; Hand garden planter; Lawn d0r (windmill, mushroom & more). TOOLS & SHOP: Large anvil SN216122; Bubeu 150 vise; Battery chargers; Power and hand tools; Electric motors; Portable air compressor; Live trap & leg traps; Jacks; String trimmer; Craftsman grinder; 40' aluminum extension ladder; Wheel barrow; Steel door; Shop vac; 8' & 6' step ladders; Workmate table; Saw horses; Chain hoist; Grease guns; Sand blaster; Large turps; lx4 steel studs; Oak boards & lumber; Plywood. FARM MISC.: Fuel barrels; Hog panels & T-posts; Animal cages; Chicken crates & feeders; Ehdric fencers; Barrels; Chicken nester. HOME FURNISHINGS & HOUSEHOLD: Late-model Maytag washer & dryer; Picnic table; Laundry sink; Freezer; File cabinet; Crock pot, pots & pans; Kitchen items; Microwaves; Refrigerator; Gun cabinet: Rival food slicer; LARGE SELECTION OF CANNING JARS & more! Wendell & Ella Leanhart Estate Exciting hobby farm auction. Large selection of hard-to-find old-time farm items. We will be starting at 4:00 with household, followed by antiques. Lunch on grounds. All items sold as-is. No buyers premium. Cash or check day of sale. Sorry, no credit cards. Skid loader will be available for loading day of sale only. Statements made by auctioneer take precedence over printed material. UNDEEN Derek Lundeen #86-86 AUCTION (612) 280-1725 www.lundeenauction.com o- FARM AU(,00TION The champions of the Ken Helling Golf Scramble from May 4, are The Nuts, Jason Huschle, Butch Stang, Dan Stang, and Tyler Stang. Submitted photo. K-EV-W golfers can't shake off winter rust at Pierz meet By Pat Garry, Staff writer Seven local golf teams clashed last Thursday, May 2, at the Pierz season-opening Central Minne- sota Conference golf meet. Kim- ball-Eden Valley-Watkin's first- year coach Jason Huschle is opti- mistic for his very young team. "Everyone has to start some- where, and now all we can really do is work at getting better and improve on our previous scores." Since losing ace golfer Tommy Wuertz to a winter injury, the team is left with just two var- sity-experienced seniors. Confer- ence teams got together, including Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, How- ard Lake-Waverly-Winsted, Kim- ball-Eden Valley-Watkins, Maple Lake, Pierz, Rockford and Osa- kis. Scoring summary: K-EV-W's senior Cole Stang, 56; sophomore Logan Schlueter, 60; sophomore Cameron Flaschenriem, 56; soph- omore Skyler Schiefelbein, 58; eighth-grader Hunter Flaschen- riem, 57. B-B-E's Jackson Greg- ory shot 40, HL-W-W's Collin Ben- son shot 48, Maple Lake's Aiden Jude shot 47, Pierz's Dustin Herald shot 40, Rockford's Brady Harstad shot 41, Osakis's Joey Kotek shot 43. Rockford's Ty Griffin was pro- claimed the meet's Medalist, with an impressive 39 on the par 35 course. Rockford took first Place with a net 166; second Place, Osa- kis, 180 net; third Place tie, B-B-E and Pierz, 183 net; fifth Place, HL- W-W, 214 net, sixth Place, Maple Lake, 223; seventh Place, K-EV- W, 227 net. Next up for K-EV-W is a meet at Maple Lake, Tuesday, May 7, at Albion Ridges Golf Course. K-EV-W young golf team struggles at Osakis meet - ByPat Garry, Staff writer Osakis Country Club was the site of the Central Minnesota Con- ference golf meet Monday, May 6, where the young Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins team again found themselves in the cellar. The very inexperienced squad is strug- gling early, but coach Jason Hus- chle is patient and understand- ing. "I've asked the kids to focus on getting better every time they get on the course, and so far every player has improved on their pre- vious scores. We still have a long way to go but hopefully this con- tinues, so we keep heading in the right direction." The competing teams included in the meet were Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, Howard Lake -Waverly-Winsted, Kimball- Eden Valley-Watkins, Maple Lake, Pierz, Rockford and Osakis. Scoring summary: K-EV-W's senior Cole Stang, 55; sophomore Logan Schlueter, 55; senior Patrick Latcham, 51; sophomore Cameron Flaschenriem, 50; sophomore Sky- ler Schiefelbein, 55; eighth-grader Reese Jansen, 50. B-B-E's Carl Knutson shot 45, HL-W-W's Jacob Tintes shot 46, Maple Lake's Aide, n Jude shot 44, Pierz's Dustin Herald shot 41, Rockford's Ty Griffin shot 42, Osakis's Paul Hartmann shot 41. Osakis's Paul Hartmann and Pierz's Dustin Herald shard Med- alist honors with net scores each of 41. Rockford took first Place with a net 173; second Place, Osa- kis, 184 net; third Place tie, B-B-E -and Pierz, 196; fifth Place, HL- W-W, 208 net, sixth Place, Maple Lake, 198; seventh Place, K-EV-W, 211 net. TRACTORS: Belarus 825 FW assist tractor; Belarus 825 FW assist tractor w/loader/ grapple; Belarus 820 tractor w/super K loader; Belarus 1770 4WD tractor; Belarus 1500 parts; Belarus 520 tractor w/loader; Belarus 520 tractor parts; Belarus K78 tractor w/loader; Belarus 820 tractor; Belarus 1770 4WD tractor; Belarus 520 tractor w/loader; Belarus 520A tractor; Various other Belarus tractors that are for parts, tractors for parts, other tractors and parts for scrap; Belarus motor on pallet, good condition. COMBINES: International 1480 axial flow combine; IH 743 8-row corn head; IH bean head; and various other combine heads; Older International 815 combine. WINDROWER: International 230 Windrower. PI._aNTING-TILLAGE: John Deere 1250 planter; Wilrich Field cultivator w/harrow; Case 7-bottom plow; International tandem disc; Other implements for parts or scrap. HAY EQUIPMENT: New Idea 456 bBale King round baler; International 3650 round baler. Tractors, IH combine, farm equipment00 & scrap at auction 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 22 to be held at farm 19251 293rd Ave., Paynesville MN i VanDerBrink Auctions will be selling the following personal property at auction. As the Huber Farm has been sold, and to close this chapter, all items must be sold at auction to the highest bidders. This auction has an assortment of Belarus Tractors, IH Combine, various farm equipment, along with some shop tools, misc. hand tools, and a lot of SCRAP at auction. See you at the auction! Directions: The Farm is located off Hwy. 23 outside of Paynesville: Hwy. 23 to L, or N on N; Lake Ave. to L on 185th St., to N on 293rd Ave. to Farm. Follow signs. GIUtVITY Boxr, Flare-side box wagon, and Various wagons with running gears for other uses. OTHER EQUIPMENT: Sprayer; Manure spreader; Irrigation pipe and equipment; Gehl'Mix A lot grinder-mixer; Gehl 700 corn chopper; 2 older corn dryers; Smaller grain elevator; John Deere 200 hay stacker. SHOP EQUIPMENT: Snap-On parts washer; KO lathe; Portable welder; Air compressor; Large 50-ton press; Vice; Drill press; Grinder; Cherry picker; Various misc. hand tools. SADDLES, YOKES, and Various other horse equipment; Older horse trailer. USED OIL, BUU(TANK, Small shed, piles of lumber, cattle panels, round bale feeders, other misc. items; Lots of SCRAP! SEMI-11RAIUERS for storage; Vintage cattle-bull rack semi; 4 trailer houses for scrap. VEHICUES: Various vehicles for scrap parts. TERMS: Cash, good check, credit card, w/3% buyer's premium; payment in full day of sale. All items are sold AS-IS, andall sales are FINAL. Removal within 10 days; no exceptions. Not responsible for theft. Buyer responsible for all purchases. On-line bidding available for some items. Buyer to make arrangements for removal. NO items removed until paid in full day of sale. On-line bidders have separate terms. I Elsie Wagner & Cherry DeMarais - Owners VanDerBrink Auctions, LLC  .  : Yvette VanDerBrink, Auctioneer MN #67-73 ( '" 1: "::  :[ - (507) 673-2517 or (605) 201-7005 Date Pavlis, Auctioneer MN #51-53 ................. r For more information, photos, and more auctions, see: www.vanderbrinkauctions.com.  Online bidding available at www.proxibid.com.