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Page 2 The Leader The Week of September 20, 2010 (StatePoint) Video isn't just for videographers anymore. Every day people worldwide are creating and uploading amazing videos to websites like YouTube.com, shar- ing family vacations, weddings, birthdays and other celebrations. Others are creating videos to share their talents, in hopes of be- coming the next Internet superstar. And these videos increasingly are getting more sophisticated, com- ldete with exciting soundtrack mu- sic and special effects --all gener- ated from home comlmters, video cameras and even ’eliphones. ff you're imcxested in getting in on the action, hem are tips to get started: l ress record You can usealmost any digital rcxx rding device to capture video, from phones to to profes- sional cameras. Quality may vary, I~t omst basic recorders are usually good enough for family celebra- tions and vacations. Music matters Music adds another dimension to any video (try imagining the movre "Jaws" without the soundtrack). What most people don't know is they can't just use any CD from their sl~lfor any song they downloaded from iTunes. If you don't check licensing, uses, YouTube wil! mute music tracks or remove your video if there are ques- tions of copyright infringement. • Tobeonthesafeside, buy music from a new service like FriendlyMusic.com, which pro- vides access to an extensive catalog of more thaa 35.(100 songs, each of which is !00 percent legal for non- commemiai YouTuhe videos and costs only $ i.99.. You will receive an official ficense for every song• lff k mp One paee Edit videos so diey don't drag. You even can add special effects. graphics and music to keep viewers hooked. Keep in mind, sites h'ke YouTuhedon'tall~w videos longer than IO minutes. Are you or someone you Imow caring fer] F~. I~ A caregivers greatest challenge is I F/~'i knowing what resources are available I 17 1 l°cally and h°w t° find them" I ~:~.:. ~ If you have caregiving questions, call your I Kansas Area Agency on Aging.• ! 1-866-457-2364 or visit www.k4a.org To edit. first save your video on your computer. Then use software, such as Mac's/Movie, Windows" MovieMaker or YouTube's Remixer, for adding titles and ef- fects•'eliminating rough patches or adding music. Play tag Share videos with family and friends by emailing links or show- casingthemon your Facebcok page. Tag them appropriately to make them easy to find on sites like YouTube (instead of "Smith Fam- ily Vacation." lag itas "Dad"s Belly- Rop"). Make it timde Add lasting appeal through ore-. --: alive images and music. If you're. cxeating a vidcoofa familycelebra- doll intercut new footage with old l tosor video of previous cei- ebratious. se images and songs with special meaning to your fam- ily. You can peruse the song library at a site like FriendlyMu-sic.com and search by arti.q or song tide to find the exact version to use to tug at those heartstrings. "YouTube videos are mini-mov- ies. providing emotional experi- ences that can move viewers to tears, laughter or thoughtfulness• and music helps make them timeless." says Paul Anthony, founder and CEO of Rumblefish, a music li- censing agency providing music to Hollywood studios, game publish- ers and ad agencies. For more on creating web vid- eos, visit FriendlyMusic.com. Above all, be appropriate~ The whole world is watching! www.schoenhoi aucUons.com DICK SCHOENHOLZ Real Estate & Auction Service The following Personal Property will be sold at at the Fillmore County Fairgrounds, 641 N 5th Public Auction Street, Geneva ! ! I Start at 9:00 a.m. Lunch served by Jill's Sweet Shop Household Items- Treadmill. Wicker baskets• Wood chairs• Wo~3en shelves • Wooden toy chest/bench seat. York Tv-DVD. AM,'FM radio. ":~ah chair• 2-woc, d chairs. 3 drawer file c~ w/door • [~xrks • Boys' bike• i'~,abindI top • Candleholders • C&qes • Card tai~e and chairs • Cailibg fan • Chair wilh wicker trim• Double mattress and spnngs • I~ and cl-,esl of drawers • Drop teal table • E~ latYes • Entedainmenl center • Eureka upr~ht vac - Fa'Jurines • Flee* tamp. Fleer lamp w/lighted base • Fo!d~ng ct~a~rs• Hea;:':'th books • Child's desk and chair • Christmas decor • Ciocks • Clolhes ham~rs • .,?,ofl~,s table • Co=.k books• Craf strppltes, Air Oudfie~ • Anniversary clOck • GameS • Girls bike • Gi~.=r chair • G iide=." food stroll • Globee • Hamoer • Hand Dirt Devil • Hand towels, Cbitd s chai.'s • Bar sto~s • Bath towels • Battle Creek potable sauna • Bad linens and I~k~ • Boc.keaee • Desks • Dirt devil upright vec • O~i ho,s.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'ee. Little Tykes • Hdilday decoretLe, n,s • Ho~mes burn/differ • Marble top nigh,~ stand • Masage oad • Meta! base cabinet • Mefai |old/rig table• Metai kitchen chair • Metal s,~,elf • Metal twin beds. M;.-niatum c'~no cabinet • Pocket kna,,es • Pedable record piayer • Home dec.or • fronin9 boa~ds - Jeweffy • Key chains • Knick knacks • Log Daskets • Magn!fyzng g~ss • Pewer strips • Puzzles - Q~tt stand • ~.adar detector • Table d, oibs • Table lem~ • Tea towels • Telephone stand• TI-ermue heaters • Thermos jugs • Tet~. 1`s.mp • Toy box • Toys• 3 drawer n~ght stand • 4 dining cha=rs • Daewued TV 19: color, remo,e • 2T Tosiuba TV • lq~i~ • RCA co.,-vsoie "iV • Fled/bet. la,,,~e ~ • Rocking chair. Self standing ~n • Servi~ ~ • Seve~ satell~ recervefs w;remotes • Sew!ng eupplies a~-::l patterns. Sh,~ roller skates, wens and we~ens • Shoppi~ basket. Shovels. Singer ~wing machi~ and blonde cabi..'~t • Si~e ~d• Slide screen. Sofa. Sola and .=-~ve seat bl~. S'adium biank~ts • Steam irons • Mixture of literary books • N~els • Numerc.~s VHS and DVD movies • .Occasional chairs • Office chair • Office s~s • Panasocr’ cas~tle,;rc--c~r ,,1 l~iaver w..'lh radio - Pa,~r shredder • Pal*'erned couch. P~luree • Pitcher • Storage cabinet • Suitcases • Swivel chairs with casibm • Vases • Wall hangings • T,I coior, remote • GE 27~ IV • Panasen:cTv ,~or remcte. 27" w/stand • 13" and t 9< TV's • 32" Toshiba TV: color, remote • 1 ~ 0 v air conditioner• Lexmark ~ 25 copier, f~. printer new inks • HP Office Jet Pro 1150.3 copy n%ch~ne •/~r ~'~t, Wooden salad bowl ~t • ~..ender • Cooer • CoreIle dishes • Cording'w.are colt~ pot • Water pitcher and g!assas` nt~.:nerous sets • Weareyer ri pan• Cookie cu~ers • Cc~k~ sheets • Set of Coral Stoneware dishes Country Meadmvs • S~w c,'~,.er • Saaek sets • Reverewa~ pa~ • Sih~m, are • Sunbeam mixers • Slanlev t.':.ermns, 2 ~ • Angel food ca~e r~an, Crock POTS. Meal grinder • Kni~-=s • Cutting boards • Cake a~d bread pans • Glasses • Salad mc~ • Rolling pin• Pyrex dishes • Pyrex meas.:~ring cup• Pots and earls • Norwalk dot,/tl, r~or • Miracle juL~ • Mixing bowls - Microwave di~.es, Microwave sfand • Rffoberma~d d~shes • Pressure cooker/Strainer comnlete • Glassware • Cake dc~erat~r~g suoplies • Can ooener • Butter platlers • Coffee makers • Coffee se.wi~ pol, Dishes • Food d-'hopper • Soue t~reen • SS roaster • Food process: • ice P-uc~t . ice cream lreezer. Ho'~ pads" ~g~oo ~ce water c~r • Freezer baskets. VisiOnware • T.~are • TV trays • Fru~ jars • Fry dae~y • Kitchen Aide coffee g~.nder • Kitten scale • Ketchen ’~tens=is, Jui~ glasses, Devil egg plates • Hard meat saw • Hand m~xer • Gni.:'ing t~.ens~ls • Hmer small chesl l,/pe freezer • Har~.l sifler • Tea kettle - To~le.,s. lea pot and boar pot, 2 gai d, nnk c~dier • 3 gal stair, tess steel tea d.-'spenser Antiques & ColleetibleS-German boo~s. {ate 180@Early I~.,% • Milkg~ass ware • Fireking dis .hes • J~lio molds • F//eking nestir~ ~owls • ~ir:~gar ~ruets. Retrigeret~ dish.es • Blue glassware • Colle~ion of bells. Home in*'enor lig~n..'~s • Paf~or table • Hats and ha*, boxes. Old reel to reei reorder • Tabie lamps • Deili~ and dresser scawes • Wash ~ `snd ~eh~r • L~ge cc4lectibn ot BarbP~ Ooiis. hc~ses, fumi~re and acc'essot:~s • ktuminum Christmas tree • Stc.'.,'er cast iron waffle iron. Chew/pii!sr • ~lue gramte roasters • Singer treadle sewing m~.hme • Small crocks • Sad irons • CIo~es rack. Metal picnic basket • Egg case • Child s =toning ~oara • Chgds fotdir..g black board • Cast Im sIQets • L~brac,' table • Chitd's d~r,sad mi~ror • Bag cart • Carpenter's nail box. Cast ir~ griddle. Chrome kitc~-en table and-c, na~rs • Melal child's lawn chair, Iron works for appla press • Hand corn sheUer, nice, Libra."/,,able • Fire Dry Chem~cat e~inguisher • Locks aM keys * Insect sprayers • Various beer epensrs. Harems Coors* Winchester sheiis • Bottte -caps • Books el m~ches • Light Beer sign. Pennzoil Oil cans, Old eye glasses • L~ pins • Nebraska le, c4bali aulegraphs • Old ",','odd maps. Old magazines and ~asers. Look. Kennedy. e~ • Playboys • ~d baby books • Lestner f~ nets • Arret~ad • Ice. pick, Fruit bowl. Candy dish • Oil lamp • Utah;ella - Hay hook • Matchbox cars • Mark Marlm and c-'.~r edile-~es • ~ and metal f~urin~ • Wooden ~uri~s • Wooden individual cigarette dispenser • Silver knife car~'ing set • Numerous t-aiD and seucer souver~rs • Bnd a ..'-,d 8'~ Light beer bucgels • Lit, coin Sandogs cards • ~rd C~ecJ~ cards • Winston cigare:;le ra~. me.:al • F~bull chalk board. Farmers Mutuai Ha~l c'~i=.ctlc.ns • ironing board • So=..,ve~ r boils, plates, crafts • hall vases • Numerc.us Bud and Bud Light Hello~een ~ems • Numerous Crowo Roya~ I~ags • Sleding Silver creamer a~d, sugar• Stevir, g sitver casserole sat - ~ea Na.meth lootball • Weode~ hand diSI1-2 pc. Cane fishing pole. 3 gal. Rc, ckles crock * 5 gal glass F~ • 5 t:nger basabaii giove • 19~3s microphone and stand • 7O's elecL, ic tuelbstl set. ~ars vs. Cardinals • 1962 tocldng ~.~ Tools & Miscellaneous-Deer ~inds • Tree stands • Ladder stands • Patio umbrella • We-,ght be..,~h and we~jhts • Barn mad box • Park bench. Hoes and tokes • C~r • Receiver hitches • Lantern • Alum. ,~ • Step s~ools • Pruner. hedge ~ • Roof jacks • Foidn'Jg la~ benc~s • P~,"nic tabie fc, r kids • Traveling f..shing rod box • Tow ~,'l,a~'~ • Tu'e ~ • SffWS • Cau~l~l guns. Farslels • ~ ~nd ',~ ~S • S’.reWdl~S • Tu~e repair kit • ~ fur,~ • Emergenc... fu~ ktl • Screw cat~et • Rote s~pm • ~ mask. Cha~ saw ~ • Exte'~on cords~irir..g • Mighty Mite elect~ chain saw • .~r~eent i~j'~t bulbS" E~ Box ca; jacks • Garden tools. Jack Nick!aus golf clubs • Motmtaib t~ke. ~ ha~ ~ knife Shaalh - Fire e~nguisher • Nu171eroue ~ grips Ame~. Teel I~ C~ct~r items • CO2 tanks * E~ric wate~ ptlmo off w...-ndmil!, Lawn chair • Hose ~ hose reel • Coleman lantern, FL.m sldnner • Locking pl~=rs, ~ • Elk b~SL~e ca.-." • Sladium ~ats • Trellis. Ltfe ja,ck.eL~ • ~af ca..'t • Car ramps, Square wash tub • Ne~ tractor sf~inktef.. • ~ ~'nm~" • Bird .~ • Ext~'.,s~n cords • Gas sa.."~ • Step sleet • G,s~n stOOl • She~.ard:s hook • -Large I~hted Christmas ev~deer d~. ation • Duck decoys • Small hand ~ • Hoe. 2 man ~ • 2 cyOe m& • 8" step ~.adder • Bail ~-'-,,~'~ .-. 14" • ~lack and Decker ~6" e~.. ~c h~Sge tranmer NI8 • 8 hole white ~-~e Ir~ nm • 18 0c. Hex key ~:ree/Jh set - ~.x SI~ffi~d na/~ 50 i~. roofe'~J Toys, ~ C.,oins-Jom~ C~,re Tfa~ batik. N]B • Co4ns-Whea*' ~S. ina~en head ~ European .:~ns. Steal t~ed ~-'~enntes • Trade toke~ • Wins~esler M.o~ei 3" m 27 t i • o Across 1. Side of an animal between the ribs and hip. 6. Covered. IO. Used as an exclamation expressing surprise. ! 3. Philippean island. 14. Hollow place in a solid body. 15. Insect that makes honey. i 6. Characteristic of an orator. 18. Unit of metric land mea- sure. i 9. Biologist who specialized in genettcs. 20. Something that may in- crease or decrease. 22. Used for expressing direc- tion. 23. Krystion _, #50 on the Charlotte 49ers. 25. Altar attendant in public worship.3 30. Vanity _ Hard, Ruth Rendell novel. 3 1. Denoting ownership. 32. John _, American experi- menta: ,,msic composer. 33. Disgusting. 35. Elaborate lyric addressed to someone• 36. Acronym for East Provi- dence Education Association. 37. Edge added around a cen- tral object. 38. Surpassing the ordinary. 39. Fully ripe egg masses of fish and certain marine ani- mals. 40. Lightweight fabric of silk. cotton or other fiber, with a finely crinkled surface. 42. Pause for relaxation. 43. Indicates continuity. 44. Hard, fatty tissue of sheep used in cooking. 45. Pours liquid from one con- miner into another. 48. Awkward and inexperi- enced youths. 49. Get something done. 50. Related in character. 52. Laugh loudly in an unre- strained way. 60. Fade up lighting channels not already plotted in the cur- rent state. 6 !. Deprived of reason. 62. Federal agency responsible for enforcing laws governing I Down I.Severe beating. 2. Enticement. 3. Muslim call to prayer. 4. Tone of voice that shows what the speaker is feeling. 5. Highly involved. 6. Elegance by virtue of being fashionable. 7. Plural of "'locus." 8. Used as an exclamation or to express concern. 9. Thick triangular muscle cov- ering the shoulder joint• 10. Obstacle constructed by bending and sharpening the branches of trees• i 1. Nest of a bird of prey built at a high altitude. 12. Pay close attention to. 17. Extremely funny joke. 21. Any form of audio signal processing• 24. Governor of a district in the Ottoman Empire. 25. Acid red cherry-like fruit of a tropical Ame:ican shrub. 26. Castrated chicken. 27. S-shaped. 28. _ Wait, author• 29. Heron that bears long plumes during the breeding season. 30. Having a hemispherical vault• 3 I. Writer of odes. 34. Opening made forcibly as by pulling apart. 35. May be attended by all. 38. Series of years beginning from some epoch or starting point. 40. Young of certain carnivo- rous mammals. 41. Recall. 44. Ice cream served with a topping. 46. Eliminate. 47. Hemlock. 48. Juice pressed from fruits and used as a beverage. 51. Nicholas _, actor. 53. Geographical region. 54. Put something so that the space is completely filled. 55. Vertical metal frame used to support a lampshade. 56. Not one. 57. Pilaster forming the end of '2-1L~~ch~ka~`I-~-~p..2~fl~C~I~J~.TParker..~Y~tkfl~daiebatte~h~t~`m.. t2ga. wre e harsmers. Massey Harris 44. newtradot,.,r.3box narcotics and controlled sub- a projecting lateral wall and • dOt'~ ,~ 6~00r~, 2 c'd-. Club. NIB • IH 1568 V-8. duals NIB • 1889 L'w~y • F&nnail 3(]0 !984 Toy Farmer. NIB • Ca~ IH 4230. N!B • Jc4~n Dee~e 4255 no box • John D~e.443~-duajs~ge~d~n~J~hnDeare445~r~r~N~B.J#enDeere4455~P’’~ne~``v`enb~x~J~nDeere485~WF~Ni~Jct~Deere485~M~W~ stances, constituting one boundary of I ..a- Iait I di i a-J .m.Dset 4456`` 54 N .J Im.Deera7r.'` N B°d hnDee.re7 ` `` rae mi .h FWDandduats N B 63. Closely resembling the the portico. '~I1i’I~ B~ Le,~e, 3~X)V8 ~@~,e. I~, I~, ps. ai~. heat. 2f~.000 mi~s 64. Up to the time. someone and report their ! m.A Liliie Hofferber Estate, Dean Norquist Estate & Others genuine article. 58. Spy employedto follow I ' TER,ML~; OFTHE SALE ARE CASH OR CHECK WITH PROPER I.D. I il 65. Beiligerencearousedbya movement. I i DICK SCHOENHOL 7= Auctioneer & Broker USA STOFER, Associate Broker I real or supposed wrong. 59. Steve , founder, chair- ! 824 G St, Geneva. NE 68361 759-3601 (office). 353-6325 (home). dschoenholz@genevamail corn 66. 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