KIWA Marketplace For November 8, 2022

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, text 712-324-2597, or email newstips@kiwaradio.com.

All items and garage sales called/texted/emailed in will be added to this web page. No real estate, including real estate rentals, and handguns.

For Sale:

Just-In-Case Rooftop Carrier, $65 obo; Ozark Cooler With Brackets To Fit In The Back Of Side-By-Side, $60 obo; 2 Inch Receiver Hitch With 2 Inch ball Asking $20 obo; Remington 3 Barrel Curling Iron, $20 obo. — 712-470-5472

Heat Houser For Small Utility Tractor, Femco Brand, Side Entry, Universal Fit, $75. — 712-296-3733

John Deere Riding Mower, LT 165 With Bagger, $250. — 712-470-0985

55 Gallon Steel Barrels. — 712-324-4871

2000 Grand Marquis. — 712-395-0165

Wanted:

Gun Collection. — 712-395-0016

 

Garage Sale:

Several Family Rummage Sale, 840 Industrial Road, Hull, Thursday, November 10 4-8, Friday November 11 8-6, Saturday November 12 8-11. Items Included : Tools And Hardware, Fire Pit, Lawn Chairs, Stroller, Beer Advertising, Old Trunk, Oak Medicine Cabinet, Sleds, Folding Tables, Antiques, Hull Watt Apple Bowls And McCoy Pottery, Triple Slow Cooker, And Much More.

 

Knowledge Nugget:

Today is election day! Everybody who is legally able to vote is encouraged to vote if they haven’t already. Who you vote for is up to you… just go vote! Election day has changed extensively in the past 200 years. 200 years ago, not only were eating, drinking, and parading common, but votes could be cast by public voice vote. Also, political parties would hand out pre-printed ballots for voters to cast, to ensure that people voted for a party ticket. It wasn’t until the 1890s, which was post-Civil War, post-Emancipation Proclamation, and post-Lincoln, that the Australian ballot, also known as the Secret Ballot, became commonly used in the United States.


KIWA Marketplace For November 7, 2022

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, text 712-324-2597, or email newstips@kiwaradio.com.

All items and garage sales called/texted/emailed in will be added to this web page. No real estate, including real estate rentals, and handguns.

For Sale:

Basketball Hoop, $75 obo. — 712-344-1849

AKC German Shephard Available For Stud Service. — 712-441-4776

3-4 Year Old Female Boxer / Lab Mix. — Call Or Text 712-348-1040 Or 712-344-9055

5HP 24 Inch Snowblower. — 712-441-3469

12ft x 16ft Overhead Door, Uninsulated, Complete With Rails, Springs & Rollers; 26 Inch Snowblower. — 712-230-2229

Garage Door Opener With Remote, $50; Gas Powered Log Splitter, $500; Troy-Bilt Chipper, $700; Drill Bit Sharpening, $1/Bit. — 712-330-2742

DuraFlame House Heater That Looks Like Fireplace, $50; Steel Car Ramps $40. — 712-584-6674

100Ft Orange Snow Fence, $30. — 712-348-0270

Pair Of Steel Clothesline Poles; Deep Cast Iron Clawfoot Bathtub. — 712-348-2165

 

Garage Sale:

1216 Iselin Avenue, Sheldon, All Day November 7, 2022

 

Knowledge Nugget:

Tomorrow is election day. Be sure to cast your ballot. This year there is a proposed amendment to the Iowa State Constitution. This is far different than a clause that remains in the Constitution of another 4-letter state. Ohio’s State Constitution prohibits “idiots” from voting. Article V, Section 6 of Ohio’s constitution states “No idiot, or insane person, shall be entitled to the privileges of an elector.” This was ratified in 1851, and remains in the Ohio State Constitution to this day.


KIWA Marketplace for November 4, 2022

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, text 712-324-2597, or email newstips@kiwaradio.com.

All items and garage sales called/texted/emailed in will be added to this web page. No real estate, including real estate rentals, and handguns.

For Sale:

Garage Door Opener With Remote, $50; Gas Powered Log Splitter, $500; Troy-Bilt Chipper, $700. — 712-330-2742

(9) Large Round Grass Hay Bales; Cattle Self Feeder. — 712-400-0162

 

Knowledge Nugget:

Election Day is in a few days. There was someone that actually ran for President from prison. Eugene V. Debs was a five-time Socialist Party candidate for President in the early 1900s. During the first World War, Debs publicly railed against the war and the military draft. He was jailed in 1918 for his continued agitation against the government. Two years later, Debs made his fifth and final run – this time from a federal prison. He obviously lost, but still did manage to garner over 900,000 votes.


KIWA Marketplace For November 3, 2022

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, text 712-324-2597, or email newstips@kiwaradio.com.

All items and garage sales called/texted/emailed in will be added to this web page. No real estate, including real estate rentals, and handguns.

For Sale:

Just-In-Case Rooftop Carrier, $65 obo; Ozark Cooler With Brackets To Fit In The Back Of Your Side-By-Side, $60 obo. — Call Or text 712-470-5472

Set Of 16 Inch F250 8-Bolt Aluminum Wheels With Center Caps And Lug Nuts, $80 obo; 275 65 18 Inch Tires, 2 Goodyears, 2 Continental, Excellent Shape, $110. — 712-584-5823

Shih Tzu- Beauceron Mix Puppies, $150. — 712-541-4991

Soft Side Cab From A John Deere Model 420 Garden Tractor, $300. — 712-230-0060

Tri-Fold Toro Cover From 2014 Ford F150, $100 obo. — 712-344-0019

New Holland 268 Small Square Baler, $700 obo. — 712-540-7479

Wanted:

Gun Collection – The Bigger The Better. — 712-395-0016

32 Or 36 Inch Wide Entry Door For Machine Shed. — 712-540-7478

 

Knowledge Nugget:

According to language experts, the hardest phrase to create is a palindrome: a sentence or group of sentences that are the same when reading forward or backward. Examples include: A man, a plan, a canal – Panama…… Madam, I’m Adam…….. Never odd or even.


KIWA Marketplace For November 2, 2022

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, text 712-324-2597, or email newstips@kiwaradio.com.

All items and garage sales called/texted/emailed in will be added to this web page. No real estate, including real estate rentals, and handguns.

For Sale:

Story And Clark Piano, Excellent Condition, $250. — 712-324-1667

2 Inch Receiver Hitch With 2 Inch Ball, $20 obo; Remington 3 Barrel Curling Iron, $20 obo. — Call Or Text 712-470-5472

Set Of 16 Inch F250 8-Bolt Aluminum Wheels With Center Caps And Lug Nuts, $80. — 712-584-5823

Male French Bulldog Pups, 7 1/2 Months Old, Located Near Sheldon. — Text Or Call 712-204-7739 Leave Message

 

Wanted:

20 Gauge Slug Barrel For Remington 870 Shotgun. — 712-324-1015

 

Knowledge Nugget:

In Russia, you can get fined for driving a car that’s too dirty. If the dirt on your car completely obscures your license plate, you might get fined. Upon checking with a law enforcement individual, the same is true for Iowa, in that you would get cited under the same statute that tells you that you have to have a license plate, it can’t be obscured by any plate frame, and where the plate must be placed.


KIWA Marketplace For November 1, 2022

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, text 712-324-2597, or email newstips@kiwaradio.com.

All items and garage sales called/texted/emailed in will be added to this web page. No real estate, including real estate rentals, and handguns.

For Sale:

Farmall Super M; D15 Allis Charmers. — 712-441-5041

Laying Hens. — 712-470-3527

Approx 12 Sheets Of Corrugated Steel, Most White, Some Brown, Some Tan, 8 Foot And 10 Foot Lengths, Located In Hull. — 712-470-2832

Wanted:

Used Snare Drum For Beginner Drummer. — 712-324-1667

Small Torch Kit, Map Gas / Oxygen Tanks; Bernina Or Elna Sewing Machine. — 712-320-1906

Give Away:

Goldfish. 712-470-3527

Knowledge Nugget:

Portland, Oregon was named by coin flip. Had the coin landed the other way, the city would be Boston, Oregon.