KIWA Marketplace for October 8th

Date posted - October 8, 2015

KIWA Marketplace is on KIWA FM 105.3 Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 9:15 am;

Call during the program at 712-324-5377!

All items called in will be added to this web page.





For Sale

Small square bales of grass hay; small square bales of alfalfa — 712-441-5346

Kitchen-Aid glass top stove, off white, $75 — 712-725-2258

Dresser from 1940’s, 3-drawer, 3 1/2′; front door cabinet from 1920’s or 30’s, 3 1/2′ — 712-724-5013

Wardrobe 5 1/2′ x 3 1/2′, drawer on bottom, cherry — 712-470-2832

Cub Cadet model 104 front loader — 712-230-0060

Transfer case for 1997-2000 Chevy Blazer, $125 — 712-230-1330

Belly mower for B Farmall w/belts & brackets — 712-441-2930

Firewood; 16″ tires; wash line poles — 712-631-0079

Toro 2000E snow blower; Steinlite moisture tester for corn & beans — 712-348-2026

2009 Ford Expedition — 712-363-5820


Garage Sale:

Primghar – 10/8 280 N Welch Ave, behind the hospital 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.



Used electric washer & dryer — 712-324-8200

Good used couch & loveseat or recliner — 712-470-6501


To Give Away:

Zenith TV & oak console w/swivel base, 42″ x 31″ x 18″ — 712-344-0280

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