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ECA Review 21019-08-08

East Central Alberta

REVIEW

Your favourite source for news and entertainment in

East Central Alberta, reaching 90 communities weekly

Targeting

East

Central

Alberta

Thursday,

August 8, 2019

Volume 108

No. 32

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Members of the Forestburg community start the cake cutting ceremony.

Angel Cerniuk singing at the

bandstand, Sun. Aug. 4.

Battle River Railway Train Excursions were well represented at the

parade on Sat. Aug. 3.

Talia Horton throws a beanbag at the Beanbag Toss station while mother Frea

Horton stands by.

Photos by J. Pettigrew

Historical Actors from Ottawa continue entertaining at the Forestburg Train Station.

Forestburg centennial celebrations a success!

INDEX

Jody Pettigrew

ECA Review

Hundreds of people came ‘Back to

the Burg’ for Forestburg’s Centennial

Celebration from August 2 to August 4.

Forestburg showed true community

spirit, as many groups and the

Centennial Committee came together

RCMP ......................................2-3

Letters ........................................ 2

Sports ......................................4-5

Agriculture ................................. 4

Classified/Career ......................... 6

Obituary ...................................... 7

Stettler news .............................. 7

through hard work and dedication to

make this event a success and something

to be proud of for years to come.

The festivities began on Friday, Aug.

2, with a family street dance beside the

Community Centre and Fireworks at

the Golf Course.

Saturday morning kicked off with a

Fun Run and pancake breakfast for the

Coronation

Royals win

Silver

at provincials

Page 4

travel club at the Firehall before the

parade. The opening ceremony and

history book launch took place at the

new Devonian Park at the north end of

main street.

There were many different activities

to partake in throughout the weekend.

This included an escape room set up

at the library, a musical ride at the ball

Tees goalie

attends

national

development

camp

diamonds, children’s entertainment,

photo exhibits, live history performers,

a museum open house, coffee at the

seniors Drop-in Centre, beer gardens,

mini train rides, karaoke and live

music at multiple locations.

The Friends of the Battle River

Railway (FBRR) also had train rides to

Heisler.

Turn to Sunday, Pg 7

Wheel

of a

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Hanna RCMP respond to a plane crash

Submitted

Hanna RCMP worked

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Dear Editor,

As a very busy business

man I rarely have time to

read anything that is not

related to my occupation it

has been brought to my

attention by many of my

customers of the views in

your editorials.

The constant bashing of

one of the greatest leaders in

the world by the totally

leftist media while they

totally ignore the embarrassing

incompetent so

called prime

minister.

Everything

they accuse

people of is

exactly what they

are and do.

I deal with

people all over

the world and

they all agree

Trump a great

man who has

done more for the

world and his

country than any

leader in history.

And they agree

and feel sorry for

us Canadians

because of the

embarrassment

that calls himself

a leader.

We will no

longer be able to

advertise in your

magazine if this

leftist fake news

continues.

Stop worrying

about Trump.

He is doing fine

and has fixed his

country.

Worry and

report on the

woman hating,

law breaking,

racist leader we

have in this

country.

Think about

what can be done

to repair this

once great nation

and stop

destroying it.

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MAIL BAG

Safety Board of Canada and

the Department of National

Defence to investigate a

Stop worrying

about Trump

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the opinions of all our

readers. One of the roles

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It was determined the cause

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB AuguST 8'19 3

Four repeat property

offenders charged

Submitted

Stettler RCMP responded to a theft

of truck and skid steer in the town of

Stettler at a local business.

The owner of the vehicle was

assaulted while confronting the suspect,

who subsequently fled on July 29,

2019.

The following day, members of the

Bashaw and Stettler RCMP responded

to several reports of thefts and suspicious

persons in the rural areas of

Stettler, Camrose and Lacombe

Counties.

With the assistance of vigilant rural

residents, RCMP were able to locate

and arrest two suspects and recover a

stolen vehicle in the Bashaw area.

A 39-year-old male remains in custody,

and a 64-year-old male will

appear in Stettler Provincial Court on

September 12, 2019.

Later on July 30, the owner encountered

the same suspect operating the

original stolen truck and skid steer

north of Big Valley in the County of

Stettler.

Both a male and female suspect fled

the scene and RCMP Police Dog

Services were deployed but unable to

locate them.

Hours later, the Three Hills detachment

received numerous erratic

driving complaints and intercepted the

female suspect in a stolen vehicle.

Twenty nine-year-old Caryne Maree

Perry of southern Alberta was

arrested and charged with several

offences including flight from peace

officer, dangerous operation of a motor

vehicle and possession of stolen

property.

Perry was remanded into custody

and is set to appear on August 6, 2019

in Strathmore Provincial Court.

Ten hour standoff

leads to arrest

near Stettler

Submitted

Stettler RCMP attempted

to stop a vehicle travelling at

a high rate of speed on

Secondary Highway 601,

near Pheasantback Golf

Course.

The vehicle began travelling

at excessive speeds and

failed to stop for police on

August 2, 2019 at approximately

7:45 p.m.

The driver and lone occupant

was known to police

and was identified as

23-year-old Richard George.

A police pursuit was not

initiated given the potential

risk to the public.

Police later attended the

George residence where he

brandished a shotgun.

The Stettler RCMP with

the assistance of the Bashaw

RCMP contained the area

and the RCMP Emergency

Response Team, Police Dog

Service (PDS) were

deployed.

George was taken into

custody without incident

RCMP

RCMP

The following day, July 31, the male

suspect was located in Big Valley and

arrested without incident.

Twenty eight-year-old Cameron

Kenneth Hayter of southern Alberta

was charged with several offences

including assault, theft over $5,000 and

possession of stolen property.

Hayter was remanded into custody

to appear in Stettler Provincial Court

on August 8, 2019.

These four individuals have been

identified as repeat property offenders

out of southern Alberta who are

alleged to be responsible for a number

of crimes in a very short period, travelling

to rural communities without ties

to any of the communities affected.

It was through effective coordination

and response by investigators

from Stettler, Bashaw, Three Hills, and

with the support of Air Services, Police

Dog Services, County of Stettler

Enforcement Services, numerous tips

and information from local citizens,

that these four individuals were

apprehended.

Three stolen trucks and a skid steer

were recovered.

RCMP remind members of the community

that crime prevention is a

shared responsibility and play an

important role in preventing criminal

activity.

The community is encouraged to:

Lock up houses, sheds, vehicles and

any other property that is easily accessible;

Never leave running vehicles

unlocked as nearly half of the vehicle

thefts in Alberta over the past year

have had the keys left inside; take

photos and record serial numbers of

property and if you see or suspect suspicious

activity notify police

immediately.

after a ten-hour standoff.

Richard George appeared

before a Justice of the Peace

and was remanded in custody

on the following

charges: Flight From police

x2, Dangerous operation of

a motor vehicle x2,

Possession of a weapon for a

dangerous purpose, Breach

of a release document x7,

Possession of methamphetamine

and Offences under

provisions of Traffic Safety

Act.

Richard George appeared

in Stettler Provincial Court

on Thurs. Aug. 8, 2019.

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4 A ugust 8'19 HANNA/CORONAt ION/stE ttLER, AB. ECA REVIEW

the Coronation Royals boys baseball team

won silver in st. Albert during the u11

provincial championships. From the left,

back row: Brian selzler (Head Coach), Reid

Hickman, Owen Heidecker, Elias Waldner,

Albert Waldner (Assistant Coach), Elliott

Beeching and Jason Faber (Assistant Coach).

Front row: Brady selzler, shea Faber, Ryder

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For their first time entering provincials,

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The Royals travelled to St. Albert for

Baseball Alberta Tier VII Provincial

Championships from Fri. July 26 to

Sun. July 28 where they took home

silver medals.

The U11 division, previously known

as Mosquitos, is the first to have teams

qualify for provincials making this

win even sweeter.

Friday afternoon, in the first round

robin game of the weekend, the Royals

battled back late in the game but ended

up losing 19 – 14 to the Strathmore

Reds.

Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the

game from Coronation was Brady

Selzler.

Game two on

Saturday

morning saw

Coronation defeat

the Cold Lake

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with Elias

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Pouring rain

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robin games were

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“It was good,” began coach Brian

Selzler. “We started out with the loss in

a tough game but then after that the

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of no-quit right and that paid off

with the couple of wins to get us into

the finals.”

The team did their best but ended up

losing 9 to 5 in the final, earning silver

medals.

“Once they had a second to realize

what they had accomplished and think

about it, they were all pretty excited

with the fact that they had been one of

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Owen Heidecker was named MVP

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“They definitely adopted what us

coaches were preaching to them as far

as you win as a team and you lose as a

team and they were all definitely

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB AuguST 8'19 5

Tees goalie attends national development camp

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

Hockey Canada has invited 26

Western Hockey League (WHL)

players, as part of a group of

112, to attend Canada’s National

Under-17 development camp as

the road to the 2019 World

Under-17 Hockey Challenge

begins.

Goaltender Drew Sim of Tees,

Alta. was

selected to

attend the camp

which took place

from July 19 to

July 26 at the

Markin

MacPhail Centre

at WinSport’s

Canada Olympic

Park.

“It was a

blast,” began

Sim. “I had a

good team.

Bunch of west

guys in my

group so it

wasn’t just sitting

around. I

has so guys I

could talk to

before it got

started.”

During the

week-long camp,

the players – 12 goaltenders, 36

defencemen and 64 forwards –

will be split into six teams for

on and off-ice training, fitness

testing, intrasquad games and

classroom studies.

Day one consisted of meetings

and coach and staff introductions

followed by practices and

meals as well as the lengthy list

of activities described.

A highlight was playing

against a host of new players

with different styles.

“Getting to meet a new set of

hockey players that I haven’t

played against for the past

couple of years was great like

meeting the guys from Quebec

and Ontario was kind of cool,”

said Sim.

The breakdown of WHL

players includes three goaltenders,

eight defencemen, and 15

forwards; nine of which were

from Alberta.

The process of narrowing

down these players began last

June and the Canada Winter

Games held in Red Deer in

January, 2019.

The list of WHL players

invited includes 17 who have

already made their WHL

debuts, led by Edmonton Oil

Kings forward Dylan Guenther,

the first-overall selection in the

2018 WHL Bantam Draft.

This camp is the first chance

these athletes have at possibly

making Team Canada.

“The national under-17 development

camp is the first step

these athletes take in their

Team Canada career,” said

Shawn Bullock, director of

men’s national teams in a

release issued by Hockey

Canada.

“Ultimately, these players

will learn what it takes to wear

the Maple Leaf in international

competition. We are here to support

their development by

SPORTS

Drew Sim and Connor Roulette during practice.

Image courtesy of Hockey Canada

Olivier Boutin and Anthony Bedard skate towards goalie Drew Sim.

Image courtesy of Hockey Canada

providing the on-ice and off-ice

experiences they need to

achieve the dream of representing

their country.”

Brad McEwen of Whitewood,

Sask., head scout for the

Program of Excellence, and

POE management group representative

Martin Mondou of

Grand-Mére, Quebec built the

roster with assistance from six

regional scouts.

Shaun Sutter,

Assistant

General

Manager and

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Personnel for

the Red Deer

Rebels, and

Jason Smart, a

scout with the

Vancouver

Giants, served

as the two

regional scouts

from Western

Canada.

Following

camp, players

are being monitored

through

the early weeks

of the 2019-2020

season before 66

are named to one

of three

Canadian teams including

Team Canada Black, Team

Canada Red and Team Canada

White.

These teams will be competing

at the 2019 World

Under-17 Hockey Challenge,

scheduled for Nov. 2-9 in

Medicine Hat, Alta., and Swift

Current, Sask.

Sim was infatuated with the

sport from a young age.

“I went out and tried it and

fell in love with it. I couldn’t

really skate or even move that

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the game.”

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REAL ESTATE

1600 ACRES or

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for sale in SE

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acres

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with 10 year lease.

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20X21 $5,828.

25X25 $6,380.

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32X33 $9,994.

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and PRWML anticipates awarding grants up to $25,000 and invites applications for

eligible projects from not for profit organizations, registered charities, and community

groups that provide services to the Paintearth Region. The intent of this community

fund is to distribute its grant funds to as many groups as possible. Larger amounts may

be considered depending upon expressed need and granting capacity. Projects should

contribute to the development of a healthy and diverse community. The charitable

purposes of this community are to:

• Foster and promote awareness and appreciation for community-based philanthropy;

• Promote the growth, development, and success of community endeavours

Deadline for applications is Saturday, August 31, 2019.

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County of Paintearth No. 18

DEVELOPMENT PERMIT

APPLICATION APPROVED

Notice is hereby given that the following

Development Permit Application has been

approved:

DP1907 Town of Coronation

SW24-36-11-W4

Shower, Laundry, Garage building at

Campground

Any person claiming to be affected by

such decision may appeal by giving Notice

in writing to the Secretary, Subdivision

and Development Appeal Board, County

of Paintearth No. 18, Box 509 Castor,

AB T0C 0X0 not later than 4:30 p.m.,

Aug 22 nd 2019. The Notice must contain

the reason for the appeal and pursuant to

Bylaw No. 580-09 include the $200.00 fee.

Dated: August 1, 2019

Todd Pawsey,

Development Officer

WANTED

DEAD OR ALIVE

Canadian Prairie Pickers

are once again touring the area.

Paying Cash For Coin Collections, Silver & Gold Coins,

Royal Can. Mint Sets. Also Buying Gold Jewelry

We purchase rolls, bags or boxes of silver coins

Bonded

since

1967

PAYING HIGHEST PRICES

To arrange a free, discrete in-home visit call

Kellie at 778-257-8647

FORT CITY CHRYSLER

IS LOOKING TO EXPAND ITS TEAM:




Must be bondable & computer literate with valid drivers

license, previous relevant dealership experience, pref

Chrysler background and/or PBS software. Competitive

wages, bonuses, benefits, and moving allowance.

Resume & cover letter to fax 250-787-5210

or email jodie@fortcitychrysler.com

is looking for a

Journeyman Plumber/Gas Fitter

to join our team in Stettler.

Must have valid drivers licence.

Competitive wages, RRSP Program and

Benefit Package

Drop off Resumes

4706-44 Ave. Stettler, Alberta, T0C 2L0

or email to info@action98.net

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

PTW/Pyramid Corporation

is currently looking for

Apprentice and Journeyman

Instrument Mechanics

for our Provost, AB location.

Candidate must be local or willing to relocate to the area.

We offer excellent wages, benefits, RRSP program,

room for advancement and more.

Please forward resumes to:

Email: leemartin@ptwenergy.com

Fax: 780-753-4735

Full Time Auto Mechanic

Needed Immediately!

We are looking for 2nd/ 3rd / 4th year Journeyman skilled Auto Mechanic to maintain and

repair vehicles. You will be responsible for troubleshooting issues and fixing them aiming

to maximum reliability and functionality. Provide excellent customer service and accurate

estimates for a repair or maintenance job. Keep logs on work issues. Excellent knowledge of

mechanical, electrical and electronic components of vehicles will be a valuable asset. Are you a

good communicator to provide the right advice to your Service Personal and to the customer?

Are you willing to observe all safety precautions for protection against accidents? Are you a

team player, represent leadership skills, strong communicator, willing to learn the Chrysler,

Dodge, Jeep and Ram product, proven experience as auto mechanic, and maintain cleanliness

in the work area? We want to talk to you!

We offer a clean work environment, fun place to work, health benefits and competitive wage.

Apply with resume to Gerry Keyzer,

email to service@cmchrysler or

Wes Campbell wcampbell@cmchrysler.ca

or call 780-385-2121


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ECA REVIEW WHEEL OF A DEAL HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB AuguST 8'19 7

Loved farming,

camping and fishing

Charles Page Thompson

May 7, 1926 - Aug. 1, 2019

Charles Page Thompson passed

away Aug. 1, 2019 at Three Hills

Continuing Care after suffering the

side effects of a stroke that happened in

Dec. 2017.

Leaving to mourn his loss are his

five children: Marian (Patrick)

Hemsing, Carol (David) Sisley,

Susan Hemsing, Kelly

Thompson and Harry

(Emerlita) Thompson.

Charles also leaves 16 grandchildren:

Paul (Michael)

Hemsing, Kayne (Brigette)

Hemsing. Christine (John)

Hemsing, Steven (Kristie) Bate,

Christa (D.J) Giles, Yvonne

Doble, Kenn (Deborah) Sisley,

Jeffrey (Deidre) Hemsing, Jordi

(David) Hemsing, Jeremy (Megan)

Hemsing, Kenton (Kayla) Hemsing,

David (Edith) Thompson, Valina

(Carleton) Pope, Faye-Anne Thompson,

Tracy Thompson, Dindo Kier (Jesalyn)

Vergara and 27 great-grandchildren.

Charles also leaves one sister, Joyce

Brinkman and one brother, Harvey

Thompson along with numerous

nieces and nephews and special friend

Jean Jackson.

Charles was predeceased by his wife

of 56 years of marriage, Shirley,

mother Lotta Thompson, father Glen

Thompson, sisters Beulah Degiano

and Lois Thompson, brother Rex

Thompson, son-in-law James Hemsing,

granddaughter Angela Hemsing and

grandson Terry Thompson.

Charles was born in Hanna, Alta.

He lived on the farm northwest of

Craigmyle in the Victor District taking

his early school years in Kelvindale,

OBITUARY

finishing at Craigmyle School.

In March 1950, he married Shirley

Evans and started their farming life

together by purchasing some land and

raising cattle.

He drove a school bus for ten years

while raising their five children.

Due to Mom’s illness, they moved

from the farm to Delia in

Dec. 2005 where he

remained until moving to

Paragon Place in Stettler,

Alta. in Sept. 2018.

In Feb. 2019 he moved to

Three Hills Continuing

Care.

Dad loved farming, but

mostly rebuilding or rather

remodelling things in the

Thompson shop.

When not farming, he

loved to go camping and fishing.

He enjoyed spending time with his

grandchildren and

great-grandchildren.

He was a life member of the Delia

Elks, joining in 1968 and going on to

become Exalted Ruler and later

District Deputy.

Dad requested that his body be

donated to the University of Alberta,

Division of Anatomy for Medical

Education.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be

made to the Canadian Diabetes

Association, Heart and Stroke Fund,

Three Hills Continuing Care or the

donor’s choice.

Funeral services will be held Fri.

Aug. 9 2019 at 2 p.m. at the Delia

Community Hall. Courtney Winters

Funeral Home is in the care of

arrangements. 1-403-823-2666.

Sunday ended with Talent Show

Cont’d from Pg 1

Seven hundred tickets were sold for

the dinner Saturday night, which had

two sittings at the Community Hall

and was followed by a dance.

Sunday began with another pancake

breakfast at the Fire Hall served by

the Forestburg Dance Society.

The grain elevator museum was

open, school tours were available and

the outdoor swimming pool offered a

free swim in the afternoon.

Joni Roberts brought her team of

horses and gave free carriage rides

down main street

throughout the

day.

Sunday ended

with a Talent

Show hosted by

FCDPS

(Forestburg

Community

Development and

Promotion

Society).

Entertainers

included the

Forestburg Dance

Society, Brooke

Pearcey, Veronica

and Emily

Williams, Jody

Pettigrew, Rachel

Dietz, Thea

Young and

Michelle Viste,

The Stensons, Liz

Siemans, Randy

Howell, Carl

Jahns, Curtain

Call Community

Theatre, Pam Sherman, Lorna

Williams and Doug Bish, Quartet O’

Eight and E.G Edwards.

Funds raised are being put towards

the Forestburg Community Centre and

FCDPS.

Overall, the weekend proved to be

historic with old memories shared and

new memories made.

The Village of Forestburg was incorporated

on August 19, 1919 with E.P

Day, Wm. Smith Jr. and A. Sather

serving on the first council.

• Agriculture

• Automotive

• Industrial

• Safety

4706 Victoria Avenue, Coronation AB

403-578-4567

2013 IHC 8600 T/A GRAIN

TRUCK, 410hp AUTO,

PTO, NEW BOX, 595k,

st19040 ............ $72,900

2015 NISSAN NV2500 HD CARGO VAN, AUTO, LADDER RACK, 239K,st#18036 ........$17,900

2013 IHC 8600 T/A GRAIN TRUCK, 410hp AUTO, PTO, NEW BOX, 595k,st19040 ..... $72,900

2013 PETERBILT 386 5TH WHEEL SLEEPER, 450HP CUMMINS ISX, 601k,st#19018 . $58,900

2013 GMC SAVANA VAN BODY, 6.6L DURAMAX DIESEL, AUTO, 226K,st#19015 ...... $25,900

2013 HINO 268, 220HP DIESEL 6SP ALLISON 2200 RDS AUTO, 212K, st#18065 .......$59,900

2013 IHC 5900 EAGLE T/A, 475HP D13, 18SP STND, SLEEPER, 188K,st#18005 .........$59,900

2013 IHC 8600T/A GRAVEL TRUCK, 410HP,10SPAUTO,52,000#,334K,st#18003 .......$74,900

2012 FREIGHTLINER M2 5TH WHEEL, 300HP CUMMINS, AUTO, 358K, ST#19027.... $45,900

2012 FL CASCADIA 410HP DETROIT DIESEL, AUTO, ENG BRAKE, 383K,st#19038.... $54,900

2012 PETERBILT 5TH WHEEL SLEEPER, CUMMINS, 13SP standard,810K, st19012 ...$55,900

2012 GMC SAVANA ¾ TON, FIBREGLASS VAN BODY, AUTO, 96K,st#18038. ...........$21,900

2012 FL CASCADIA S/A 5TH WHL, 410hp, DD13, AUTO, ENG BRK, 202K,st19032 .... $49,900

2011 IHC 8600 T/A 5TH WHEEL, 410hp 10sp MAN, DIFF LOCK, 259K, st#18063 ......$29,900

2009 VOLVO VHD T/A GRAVEL TRUCK, 485HP DIESEL, 18SP ST, 159K, st#19035 .... $58,900

The hail storm that tore through

the Town of Stettler on Tues. July

30 was found to be as large as golf

balls. Warnings from Environment

Canada alerted of possible ‘nickelsized’

hail but residents soon found

this not to be the case. Accounts of

ripped siding, smashed sunroofs and

more have added to the large dollar

figure needed for repairs. Locals have

pieced together a list of surrounding

businesses for these necessary fixes

which has been shared on social

media.

Photo courtesy

of Kennady Anderson

www.valleycitysales.com

2009 KENWORTH T370, 240HP PX-8, ALLISON AUTO, 20’ DECK, 319K, st#19004. .. $32,900

2009 IHC DURASTAR 4400,7.6L,285HP,10SP STAND., DIFFLOCK, 77K,st#18014 ......$33,900

2008 IHC 4300 C&C, 210HP DT466, 6SP AUTO, AIRBRAKES, 125K,st#18022 ..........$31,900

2007 STERLING LT 9500 TRI-AXLE, GVW 72,518 lbs, 450hp, 731K, st#19029......... $56,900

2007 STERLING COE 40 16’5” VAN BODY, 175HP MITSUBISHI, 172K, st#19026 ........$19,900

2007 GMC 5500HD 18’6”VAN BODY, 215HP 5.2L DIESEL, AUTO, 307K,st#19006 .....$19,900

2006 FORD F350 XLT EX/CAB, 6L DIESEL, ALUM SERVICE BOX, 166K,st#18025 .......$17,900

2005 GMC 5500 4X4 16’ DECK, 8.1L V8 GAS, ALLISON AUTO, 192K, st#19002........ $25,900

2005 FL M2, HOTLINE BUCKET TRUCK, T/A, 275HP AUTO , 112K, stk#18044 ....... ...$85,900

2004 FORD F550 XL SD 2WD SERVICE BOX, V10 GAS AUTO, 86K, stk#18027 .......... $23,900

2004 FL M2 CREW CAB SHOP VAN, 250HP C7 CAT, AUTO,101K,st#18028 ............... $43,900

2004 FORD E450SD TRADESMAN TRUCK, 6.8L V10,OUTFITTED, 100K,st#18029 .... $23,900

1998 IHC 8100 5TH WHEEL, 300HP, 10SP STD, AIR BRAKES/SEAT, 241K, st#19005! $19,900

1990 JOHN DEERE 9600 SP COMBINE, STRAW CHOPPER, 3384 HRS, st#18053 ..... .$32,900

403-784-0009 HWY 12, CLIVE, AB Amvic Licenced Dealer

C-CANS TOOLS COMMUNICATIONS POLICE SEIZURE

ON-LINE TIMED ONLY AUCTION

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STARTING: TUESDAY, AUGUST 13TH, 2019 @ 9AM

CLOSING BEGINS: TUESDAY, AUGUST 20TH @ 9AM

MONTGOMERY AUCTION SALES CENTRE

To View: (26514 Twp Rd 400) 1-Mile North Of Blackfalds On Hwy 2A, 2 Miles East On Lakeside Sargent Rd.

TRUCKS 2013 Ford F150 Fx4 Eco Boost Crew Cab SB Truck - 105,731km, 2010 Ford F150 Lariat Crew Cab SB 4x4 Truck

STORAGE CONTAINERS 3-20’ Sea Can Storage Containers, 2-7’x14’ Mini Mobile Storage Units

UTV, MOTORBIKE & BOAT 2009 Bulldog 700 4x4 UTV, 2007 Suzuki RMZ250 Motorbike, 15’ Fiberglass Motor Boat

w/ Trailer & Merc 700 Motor (Motor Need Repair)

SELF CONTAINED PRESSURE WASHERS Hotsy 1075BE Hot H2O Pressure Washer 3500 PSI/3.8 GPM 385,800 BTU,

(New) Easy Kleen Magnum 4000 PSI Diesel Fired Hot H2O Pressure Washer

2-WAY RADIO’S, VEHICLE GSP, CELLULAR BOOSTERS Wilson 4G Cellular Signal Booster, Wilson 271265 Signal

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GeoTrac Asset Tracker Modems

WELDER, METAL BAND SAW Miller CP-302 CV-DC Welding Power Source, 24”X24” Welding Cart, King 9”X18”

Horizontal Band Saw – 3PH

INDUSTRIAL SHOP TOOLS Large Quantity of Automotive & Shop Tools Including Ridgid Power 700 Threader,

Ridgid Threading Tools, Electric Log Splitter, Oxy/Acc Cutting Set, Banding Cart & Tools, Milwaukee 8” Metal Cutting

Saw, Stihl Gas Powered Chop Saw, Lifting Magnets, Tool Boxes, Hardware Assortments, Holland Hitch Gauges, 5W

Lock Adjustment King Pin Tool, Fire Extinguishers, Gear Puller Sets, Submersible Pumps, Torque Multipliers, Large

Torque Wrenches, Air Tools, Electric Tools, Automotive 4-Reel Lube Stand, Heavy Equipment Jack Stands, Chain

Slings, Web Straps, 2-Sets Payloader Wheel Chains for & Much More.

LUMBER, BUILDING SUPPLIES & STATIONARY ENGINES 2-IHC 1 ½ HP Stationary Engines, 2-Antique Dominion

Hand Water Pumps w/Pump Jack

POLICE SEIZURE Including Tools, Electronics, Sporting Goods, Musical Instruments, Jewelry & Sunglasses, SS Sink

& BBQ & More

TERMS: Cash/Credit Card/Bank Transfer • 15% Buyer Fee • All Items Must Be Paid For Within 24hrs of the Auction Closing

REMOVAL: Must Be Fully Removed By Friday, August 23 @ 3pm

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Falcan Multi-Deck MDT-85 Bale Deck, Deck sn:2F98502156,

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Grain Truck, V8, 5 & 2 trans, 10.00-20 rubber, 8.5ft X 15ft Box

& hoist, Shurlok ROT, 115,066miles, sn:D71FK6J002039; 1972

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2005 Castleton 36ft Tandem Hopper Bottom Grain Trailer,

Michel’s ROT, 11R24.5 rubber, sn: 2C9B3S4C56S133712;

2001 Sundowner Pro Stock 30ft Tri Axle G.N. Aluminum

Stock Trailer, 2 divider gates, rear door w/slide, sn: 13SAX-

382211AA4657; 1981 Univision 20ft G.N. Steel Stock Trailer,

centre divider, rear door w/slide, sn:G8101003ST; Wrem 25ft

+ 5ft G.N. Flatdeck Trailer w/Flip over ramps, 10,000lbs axles,

tandem duals, Dual Holland jacks; 1996 Bergen 14ft B.P. Stock

Trailer, sn: 2B9SD33B9TD127811; 1975 ATCO Flagliner 20ft

G.N. Flatdeck Trailer, Tilt Deck w/siding axles, sn:5012202ET.;

S.A. Utility, no serial number

TILLAGE & SEEDING

Bourgault 8810 40ft Air Seeder 10” spacing, mounted Phoenix

Rotary Harrow, sn: 824098, w/Bourgault 3195 Tow behind

tank w/single hyd fan., sn: 6945; Bourgault 4000 30ft Pack

Bar 1.5” packers, hyd fold, sn: WP1798; Kello Bilt 22ft tandem

Bi-Fold Disc w/serrated front discs; Flexicoil System 95

50ft Harrow packers bar w/5 bar harrows, P30 Packers, sn:

S95B000R066724; Bourgault 9400 54ft Cult. w/500lb trips,

3 bar harrows, sn: 823989; Morris Magnum II CP725 29ft

Cult., sn: 16831; Flexicoil 60ft Y Bar Harrow Packer Bar w/15”

wheels, parallel bar harrows, P20 Packers; Degelman Super

Picker 6800 5ft Hyd Rock Picker, 3 Batt ReelVDegelman

R570S 5ft Rock Picker, sn: 17568; Crown 400 Rock Picker;

Grudecki 10ft Box Scraper; MF 125 14ft Cult.; GH 10ft Cult.;

Leon 8264 64ft Multi-Plex Rodweeder w/crust buster shovels;

MF 360 12ft & 15ft Discer/Seeders w/Martin Hitch; 2-MF 36

Discer/Seeders, parts

HARVEST

1996 JD 9400 Combine, Redekop MAV fine cut chopper,

Redekop Chaff catcher, JD 912 Pick up, 24.5-32f.r.,

11.2-24r.r. w/axle extensions, 2520 engine hrs, 1880 sep.

hrs, sn: H09400X635528; JD 925 25ft Straight cut header

w/UII Pickup reel, Trailtech Header transport trailer, sn:

H00925P656280; 2005 Prairie Star 4620 P.T. 30ft Swather,

w/pick up reel, sn: 166085; CIH 750 Duplex 2 X 25ft Swathers,

sn: 1330122C002994, sn: 13301210003023; JD 190 Duplex

Swather

HAYING

NH 1475 2300 Series 18ft Haybine, sn: 628121; NH BR780

Rd Baler w/Xtra Sweep pick up, net wrap, sn: 65025; Kuhn

GA4120TH Master Drive Rotary Rake, sn: A0220; NH Hayliner

273 Sq Baler, sn: 342641; Buhler Inland 14Wheel Rake, sn:

05V064; 5 Wheel Rake; Tri Haul 24ft Self Unloading Bale Rack

w/2ft Extensions; Hesston Stakhand 30A; Hesston SM30

Stack Mover; Ajax Stack Mover; Farmex Moisture Tester

3PTH

Bobcat 3TIL74 74” Rototiller, sn: ADL400259; Bobcat

3RC72FC 6ft Rotary Mower; JD 613 6ft Rotary Mower, sn:

W00613X001219; Westward Spring Tooth Cult.; 8ft Cult.; MF

62 2 Bottom Plow; MF 22 6ft Disc w/serrated front discs; MF

6ft Blade; MF Sickle Mower; Ford T4-72 Side Delivery Rake

LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT

Haybuster 2650 Bale Processor w/Hyd. Deflector, sn:

26DJ115050; Renn Stock Master 350 S.A. 3 Auger Feed

Wagon w/ Weightronics 615 Digital Indicator, 385/65R22.5

rubber, sn: F1002454; Buhler Farm King Y180 24” Grain roller

w/hyd discharge auger, sn: 24400263; Wheatheart High &

Heavy Post Pounder w/Honda 9hp motor,w/post hugger, sn:

00031627R; Ray’s Feed Box GP70 Portable Hopper Feeder

w/12V unload auger and skids, sn: RCF251280202; Linden

Post Pounder w/5hp Honda motor; MF S.A. Manure Spreader;

6-Hi Hog 14ft Slant Bar Panels; 5-Hi Hog 10ft Slant Bar Panels;

6-Stampede Steel 16ft Feeder Panels; 2-30ft Fence Line Feed

Bunks; 2-24ft Silage Bunks; 2-12’ Silage Bunks; 4-24ft Windbreak

Panels; 3-Hi Qual 12ft H.D. Gates; 7-L Calf Scale Wagon;

Hi Hog Creep Panels; Hi Qual Rd Bale Feeder; Stampede

Steel Rd Bale Feeder; 3 Bale Rd Bale Feeder; 2 Bale Bale

Feeder; Metal & Poly Feed Troughs; 2W 14ft & 16ft Gates; Hi

Qual 10ft Gate; Hi Hog Portable Loading Chute; WW Squeeze

Chute; 2W Calf Catcher; For-Most Calf Table w/Auto headgate;

22-2W Lemsco 10ft Panels; Morand Manual Squeeze Chute

w/Auto Head Gate; Hi Hog Palpation cage; Hi Hog 3 section

adjustable “S” Alley w/2 rolling gates; Hi Hog 3 section crowding

tub; Hi Hog Rd Bale Feeder; High Tensile Wire; AI Tank;

4-Lewis Cattle Oilers; 3 bundles of 4” by 6ft Posts; bundle of

6” by 8ft Posts; Lg quantity of fibreglass electric fence posts;

2 rolls Page wire; Branding Pot; Branding Iron; S.B. Hyd. Wire

Roller; Andis Clippers; Les Ertman Saddle; Electric Branding

Irons; Electro Samson Scale; Vet Supplies; Calf Box w/heater;

Tank Heaters; Calf Puller; Hi Hog Maternity Pen; Hi Hog 8ft

Frame In Gate; 3-Hi Hog 10ft Panel w/4ft gate; 4-Hi Hog 10ft

Panels; -5-Hi Hog 10ft Frame In Gates; Lg assortment of various

lengths of panels & gates

SKIDSTEER

Bobcat 773 dsl Skidsteer, Aux. Hyd, Boss Sensing system,

10.00X16.5 rubber, 1700lb lift cap., 1787hrs, sn: 509644410;

Bobcat Hyd. Angle Blade; 7” bucket & grapple; HLA 2000lb

Pallet Forks; Bobcat 12 Post Hole Auger

SPRAYING

CIH 160 Precision 100ft sprayer w/mix tank, 1660gal tank,

wind screen, spray test controls, 480/80R38 rubber, sn:

Y9T040807; Flexicoil 67XL 80ft Sprayer, 1500gal tank, mix

tank, sn:S67XL-09902700; Honda WB20X Water Pump; Power

Fist 210cc Water Pump; Westeel 1000gal Water Tank; Westeel

300gal Water Tank

LAWN & GARDEN

JD Z655 Zero Turn Lawnmower, 27hp gas motor, 54” mower

deck, 66.5hrs, sn:1M0Z655WLCM130303; JD 332 dsl Garden

Tractor, hydrostatic, 42” hyd. drive tiller, 48” mower deck,

656hrs, sn: M00332X423267; Echo Bearcat WT24 Walk Behind

Trimmer w/Subaru gas engine; Hose Reel & Garden Hose;

Snow Shovels; Propane Mosquito Fogger; Leaf Blower; Garden

Cultivator

GRAIN HANDLING & STORAGE

Westeel Feed Stor 804 8Ton Hopper Bottom Bin, w/Westfield

4” Electric auger, sn: 65003901; Twister Bin on Wheatland

Hopper Bottom w/ring; Sakundiak HD8-1400 8” X 45ft SP

Grain Auger, Hawes Agro mover, EKAY Sweep, Hyd. winch,

light pkg, Honda 24hp E.S motor, sn: 64006; Sakundiak 7” X

27ft Grain Auger w/16hp Kohler Magnum motor; 2009 Brandt

1060 10”X60ft Mech. Swing Grain Auger, sn: 90196; Westfield

MK 100-61 10” X 60ft Mech. Swing Auger, sn: 61835;

Westfield 50ft PTO Grain Auger; Brandt 7” X 35ft, no motor;

Brandt Endgate Drill Fill Auger; Walinga 510 Grain Vac, sn:

MT510G86012613HSXNF; 4” Drill Fill Auger; Auger Spouts

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

Polaris Ranger XP 900 HO Side by Side, Cab, Grill Guard,

539hrs; 2007 Polaris Sportsman X2 ATV 500 HO EFI, On

Demand AWD, Alum. Mags, sn: 4XATN50A17A201454;

2001 Honda Fourtrax ES Green ATV, 11,815kms, sn:

478TE256614001762; 2001 Honda Foreman Rubicon Red

ATV, 13,482kms, 1740hrs, sn: 478TE262014005849; Yahama

TTR230 Dirt Bike, sn:9C6CG28W6F0003659; Kawasaki KX65

Dirt Bike, sn: JKBKXEACX8A062141; Suzuki Jr. 2 Stroke Dirt

Bike, (no power band), sn: LM7DC743657700984; Yahama

Tri-Moto 175 Trike; Poly ATV Box

FUEL TANKS

1000gal Tank on Stand; 2-500gal Fuel Tanks on Stand; 2 compartment

fuel tank; 300gal fuel tank on stand; Westeel Slip

Tank w/electric pump

SHOP TOOLS & MISCELLANEOUS

Lg assortment of Shop Tools – see website for listing.

ROSEHILL AUCTION SERVICE Ltd.

Since

Phone 403-556-3655 Olds, Alberta Calgary 877-556-3655



License No. 03543 “CONSTANTLY CREATING CONFIDENCE” www.rosehillauction.com

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