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page 5 E-mail: Ph: 296-3181 * 866-787-3181 Fax:296-3289 P.O. Box 128, Canistota, SD 57012 a Than Average Expected ADOPTION ADOPT: Looking for a loving, se- cure home for your newborn, in- fant or toddler? Robin and Nail are seeking to complete their family. 866-303-0668, AUCTIONS ROGERS PERSONAL PROP- ERTY AUCTION, Saturday, Aug. 9, 11 am, American Legion Hall, Gettysburg, SD. M&R ALlctions, Hoven, SD, www.mrauctionsllc, com, Lewis 605 -281-1067, Sam 605-769-0088, Cindy 605-948-2333, Shane, 605- 870-0670. FOR SALE BRENNER BUILDERS RETIRE- MENT AUCTION, Friday, Aug. 22, 9 am, 108 E Drive, Aberdeen, SD. M&R Auctions, Hoven, SD, www.mrauctionsllc, com, Lewis 605-281-1067, Sam 605-769-0088, Cindy 605-948-2333, Shane, 605- 870-0670 HELP WANTED EMPLOYMENT MOBRIDGE-POLLOCK SCHOOL DISTRICT 62-6 is seek- ing the following positions: Ele- mentary Teacher for Grade 4 or 5; Head and Assistant Volleyball Coaches; High School Social Sci- ence/English Teacher; and a Speech Language Pathologist. For more information contact Tim Frederick at 605-845-9204. Re- sume and application (found on the school's website) can be mailed to Mobridge-Pollock School District 62-6, Attn: Tim Frederick, 1107 1st Avenue East, Mobridge SD 57601. EOE. MEDICAL STAFF Dennis Ries, M.D. Kenneth Kirton, M.D. Eloise Schrag, Dustin Randall- CNP Doug Schafer-PA-C Terri BehI-PA-C Brian Miller - CN M-F; 9-5 & Sat; 9-12 CONCRETE LABORERS, and finishers. Hiring immediately. Excellent pay, benefits and new equipment to work with. Prime Concrete, 701-642-1393, Wah- peton, ND. RUMMAGE HEALTHCARE JOBS. Now hir- ing: RN's, LPN's/LVN's, CNA's, Med Aides. $2,000 Bonus - Free Gas. Call AACO @ 1-800-656- 4414 Ext.22 PINNACLE OF STANLEY / Tioga ND is seeking a qualified CEO/General Manager. This is a successful retail / bulk energy, and agronomy cooperative with sales of $200 million with two retail loca- tions. Financial and personal man- agement experience is required. Email: or fax (888-653-5527) resume to: Larry Fuller, 5213 Shoal Drive, Bismarck ND 58503. business manager. Job entails in- ventory management, account man- agement, payroll & human resources. Includes retirement, va- cation, health insurance. Contact or send cover letter to: 106 2nd Ave NW, Hettinger ND, 58639; 701-567-4333. SISSETON SCHOOL DISTRICT OPENING: SPED K-8 Teacher. Contact: Dr. Michelle Greseth, 516 8th Ave. W. Sisseton, SD 57262 (605)698-7613. Position open until filled. EOE. SWEET CORN for sale. Call 605-630-3413 8-7-1tc A-1 Portable Toilets of Hartford, SD has an opening for a full time year round route driver. Route drivers are responsible for servic- ing/cleaning portable toilets on scheduled routes in the Sioux Falls area. Some de- livery and pickup of portable toilets is required. Work schedule is M-Th. Beginning pay is $14-16 per hour and depends upon work history. To receive an application, email or call 605-335- 0055. 8-7-2tc Multi-Family Rummage! [ Boys/Girls clothes baby- tween, Toys, Adult clothes (included plus sizes), rubber stamps & scrapbooking items, Tupperware, Bedding Oak Buffet, Wolf col- lectibles, Household items, Tools. Priced to SELL! Come see us Thursday & Friday, August 7 & 8 from 8:30am- 7pm at the Canistota Fire Hall (551 N 3rd, Canistota, SD) 7-31-2tc Cooler than average tem- peratures are expected to per- sist through August in northern South Dakota, ac- cording to the latest climate outlook from NOAA's Cli- mate Prediction Center. The outlook, released July 17, 2014 indicates that most of northern South Dakota is leaning towards cooler than average temperatures for the month ahead, explained Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension Climate Field Specialist. "The south central and central parts of the state have equal chances of above aver- age, near average, and below average temperatures for Au- gust," Edwards said. "This is consistent with the trend of a cooler than average summer that has been forecast this year." As far as precipitation goes, Edwards said that the western half of the state is more likely to have a wetter than average month in Au- Rural Medical Clinics, P.A. Freeman: 925-4219 Menno: 387-5435 Bridgewater'. 729-2421 Marion: 648-3559 gust. This is the northern part of a large area of the south- west that is projected to have an active wet monsoon sea- son. "The three-month period of August through October is still forecast to be cooler than average across the whole state," Edwards said. "The climate models are strongly tied to E1 Nifio, with some data showing cooler and wet- ter across the north central i, states in the early fall season. Edwards said the latest outlooks reflect the strong likelihood of El Nifio meeting the criteria for official desig- nation sometime this fall. The indicators that determine E1 Nifio conditions are oceanic and atmospheric conditions near the equator in the Pacific Ocean, which can impact cli- mate in North America. "The current data show that E1 Nifio is 70-80 percent likely to develop before the winter season," Edwards said. "We aren't sure on how strongly this will impact our area, but it appears to be weak to moderate strength." For' r i" Whodo you turn to? After months of consis- tent effort and rewards, our cat Or| now accepts brushing in her daily routine. Claw- trimming is not as successful because we don't work on it every day, although it no longer seems life-threatening. I can now clip her claws with- out wearing long sleeves to protect my arms, but that might be because I put a lampshade shaped collar on Or|. The collar is to protect Or| as much as it is to protect me! Without that collar she tries to bite the clippers, and a broken tooth would be a much bigger problem. Yesterday I managed to clip all of her claws except two. At that point, I asked her favorite person, Steve, to talk to her. Steve gently put his arm around her and said, "It's OK." Or| immediately be- came calm and I snipped the two remaining claws. She re- gards Steve as her protector whereas I am sometimes the 'bad guy' especially when yielding claw clippers. Have you been in a trou- bling situation and needed someone to turn to? We all need someone we can trust who has our best interests at heart. We might feel alone at times, but we are never truly alone. The Lord is a constant companion that we can trust and turn to. - By Joyce Tieszen Tegtmeier Small Town Service; Big City Smiles McCook County Dental, Salem SD HELP WANTED: HOMAN WELDING, Faulkton, SD, is hir- ing welders and shop workers. Willing to train. Call Tyann at 605- 598-3012 for more info and an ap- plication. HEAD COOK WANTED AT GETTYSBURG School for 2014- 2015 school year. 40 hrs/wk, 10 months/yr. Contact Tim Hagedorn or Barb Everson at 605-765-2436. WEST RIVER VETERINARY CLINIC is taking applications for a tHERAPY "Your Foundation TO Wellness" 245 WEST MAIN CANISTOTA, SD WWW.MCCOOKTHERAPYANDWELLNESS.COM The Canistota Clipper Thursday, August 7, 2014 leanette ~r~, Oer~ta| Hysienist Satem, SO Sus/e Tschetter Krk'tin Clark " Dr Ma~/Dick tangmck, DDSRitac-'u~ - ~-d:~ I ~ista~a Ma~ag~" DOnt~ |/~S Jstartt Brininess Manager Owner,/Oetvl:~ Salem, SD Bridgewater, SO Harrisburg, SD Marion/Canistota, SO Mothers, Dau~ters, Sisters, Friends and Part Of Your Community. Experience the small town difference when you visit our office by calling to schedule your fall cleaning and chedmp at 42S-2725! We are preferred provider for most major insurance companies, and accept all dental insurances as welt as provide savings plans and easy payments for thorpe v,~o aren*t co~-,~red by a dent~t plan.