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October 20, 2014 The Star Page 9 for the city of 5:30 to 7:00 p,m siren will sounil for the start I'uesda,h November 1 1, 2014 - 1 1:00 a.m. CT Saturday, November 8, 2014 11 a.m. REAL ESTATE AUCTION Beautiful Home on Lots 2,4, &6 Block 14, Dunseith 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, full basement, with a three car insulated and finished garage. 2 bedrooms, largekitchen, full bathroom, laundry and living room on the main floor. 2 =large bedrooms and full bathroom on the lower level with large family room. Patio doors in kitchen lead to raised deck, house is fully carpeted, Side by side refrigerator, stove, built in microwave, dishwasher, washer & dryer included. This home has 2240 sq. ft. of floor space and 1008 sq. ft: garage. Large closets and lots of storage. This home is move in ready and great opportunity to have one of the nicer homes in town. 104 1st Ave. NW Dunseith, ND OWNER: Romulus Pigeon Estate Roland Mongeon Home Auctioneer Rod Hiatt lic 287 Clerk- Family For appointments call 701-871-2186 10% down day of sale, balance due 45 days Terms: o t Above left: The Dunseith High School hosted its 8th annual Teen Maze last week. During the event the high school gym was filled .with .17 .rip.q.tatins.that.taqpht students a various aiDect of evewdav life. Some of the stations included a hi clhwav patrol, which allowed students to wear goggles that could replicate what it is like to drive while intoxicated, a clergy station, insurance and dietician stops, and an emergency responding spot, among thers. The Dunseith High School is the only school in the state to host its' own teen maze. Above right and at left: Elementary students held their annual walk-a-thon the same day as the teen maze. The effort is held to raise funds for the school's playground Maze (Continued from Page 1) and even how fast they can go over the speed limit. This was the eighth annual teen maze, and Dunseith is the only school in the state to organize their own event. Later in the day the elementary participated in an annual walk-a- thon. Funds generated by the event go towards improvements to the school's playground equipment. This year the students raised over $400, and several area businesses in Dun- seith contributed to the event. According to Kim Marion, who is a social worker at the elementary school, funds generated from past walk-a-thons are already being used in the current playground. The play area has received several upgrades, including new benches, a new teeter-totter, and a very popular tire swing. In addition, several parts of the existing playground equipment were upgraded. A basketball court and sandboxes have also been added. Marion said the school would like to add some type of playground surface. In years past the school has discussed adding Rubber Ground, which is de- scribed as crumb rubber that is recy- cled tired rubber that has been reduced to particles. The material can enhance playing fields with extra cushioning and springiness for added safety. The students and staff capped off their fundraising by parading through the streets of Dunseith, complete with an escort from the Rolette County Sheriffs Department. The en- tire elementary participated in the event. TOUGH ON CRIME GOOD FOR NORTH DAKOTA! Paid For by Friends of Stel ijem, Jim Poolman Chair Bryan Schweitzer, Agent State Farm Agent 1104 Highway 5 West Rolla, ND 58367 Bus: 701-477-3022 1.15 % APY* 36 - month CD 2.05 % APY* 60- month CD It's a beautiful thing. Let me help you choose an FDIC-insured Certificate of Deposit from State Farm Bank ..... and watch your money grow, Bank with a good neighbor. 5tate farm Bank *Up to FDIC insured limits. Annual Percentage Yields as of 06/l l/i4. Advertised rates are subject to change at the Bank's discretion. The minimum balance required to earn the stated APY is $500 (rates apply to deposits less than $100,000). A penalty may be imposed for withdrawls prior to maturit, MEMBER 1001282.3 S[,te [2]rr;I Br!k, FSB, BI/),31mn;k,r] IL L* FDIC Valerie McCloud for Rolette County Auditor on November 4th (Paid for by Valerie McCIoud) Rolette County Farmers Union Annual Convention Sunday October 26 2 p.m. Valle Lutheran Church of Rolette State legislators will speak and a N.D, Farmers Union rep will talk about the upcoming Measures Fun activities for the kids! 853 +/- ACRES ROLETTE COUNTY, ND LAND AUCTION Featuring 853 acres, with diverse cropland, pasture land & hayland that has potential for additional breaking and adding of crop acres. |:11141 d [el  I I[0IiE| d [el  Fie .'1.'I:1 [=1(.] =[ n,n,=a :!! t,,= I eJ= PARCEL 1: Acres: 292.59; Cropland: 166.14 +/- ac. Legal: Nt/2 less rd, 4-161-72 (Russell fwp.) PARCEL 2: Acres: 80; Cropland: 44.58 +/- ac. Legal: Wh SW4 20-161-72 (Russell fwp.) PARCEL 3: Acres: 160; Cropland: 68.26 +/- ac. Legal: N N 29461-72 (Russell Iwp.) PARCEL 4: Acres: 160; Cropland: 136.23 +/-ac. Legal: SP/430-161-72, (Russell Two.} PARCEL 5: Acres: 155.98; Cropland: 112.66 +/- ac 1 Legal: NE, less rd, 25-161-73 (Currie Twp,) 5-,, AGENT CONTACT: Terry Skjerseth - 701.261.1144 This sale is managed by Pit]y. " sa rnc'l ), e le ay 0 Tn ;m ) " I * [:Ytr a pr ted ate ial. |he seller reserve t}le right to reject or accept any and all bids. Subject to prior ale. Pifer's All(lion & Reahy. 15{}6 291h/vo , Motet IPil(J, MN 5(15(){}. Kt, vill Pi P, N 3 # 71 Pifer's www.pifers.com 877.700.4099 LAND AUCTIONS sai.dit, NorthIota! NOTHING WORKS UKE NEINSPAPER ADVERTISING. Get the 1 word out about yoUr business/ Call The Star at 701-477-6495!