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DOROTHY JOHNSON March 25, 2018

Dorothy Johnson died March 25, 2018, at Schmitt Woodland Hills from complications of being ninety-nine and a half. She was born September 17,1918, in Richland County to Harvey and Ruth (Simpson) Richardson. Except for the retirement winters in Texas, she spent her entire life in the Richland County area. After high school in Richland Center, she attended Richland County Normal and then taught in several local oneroom schools. As she served Wheat Hollow School, it was required that she visit the farm of school board member, Harry Johnson, to collect her paycheck. There she met Verne, the youngest of the Johnson sons. Their courtship was soon made more complicated as Verne was drafted into the U.S. Army. Dorothy and her handsome, uniformed airman were married on April 24, 1942, only a few months after the U.S. entered World War II. She traveled with him on his stateside assignments, returning to Richland County and teaching duties while he was assigned overseas. Shortly after the war ended, Verne and Dorothy assumed operation of the Johnson family farm in Willow Township. In the late 1960’s, a shortage of teachers drew Dorothy and many of her Normal School contemporaries back into the area’s classrooms. She taught first at Pinecrest and then Reedsburg schools for many years until her retirement. To qualify for these duties, Dorothy very proudly earned a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education from UW-Platteville in 1972. This after several arduous years of teaching full time while taking night classes and correspondence courses, attending summer school, and still accomplishing the many tasks required of farm wives. In retirement, Verne and Dorothy went on several trips with the County Homemakers. They wintered in southern Texas, where they enjoyed the weather and made wonderful new friends - including several Winter Texans from Richland County. They found much joy in their family, especially

the six grandsons. Verne preceded her in death in 2000 after 58 years of marriage. Dorothy is survived by three children: Donald (Ellen) Johnson of Batavia, Illinois; Kay (Michael) Kasprzak of Racine; Judith (Stephen Denning) of Canton, Ohio. Five grandsons: John Kasprzak (Matthew Karic); Brian and Gregory Johnson, Christopher and Kurt Denning. Two sistersin-law: Naomi Johnson of Sextonville and Mary Richardson of Richland Center; many nieces and nephews, summer son Randy (Laura) Demse, the very dear Jones cousins, other cousins, and many friends. In addition to Verne, she was preceded in death by a grandson, Jay Kasprzak; sister Helen (Russell) Demse; brother William Richardson; dearest lifelong friend Esther (James) Jones. Funeral services were held on Thursday, March 29, 2018, at 10:30 AM at the Pratt Memorial Chapel, with burial having followed in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. A visitation was held on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at the Pratt Memorial Chapel from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM and again on Thursday, March 29, 2018, from 9:30 AM until the time of the service at 10:30 AM. In lieu of flowers, the family suggested memorial donations to Pleasant Ridge Church and Cemetery Association, or Schmitt Woodland Hills. The family extends deepest gratitude to Dr. Jenny and the staff of Schmitt Woodland Hills. Their friendship and kind, compassionate care are appreciated beyond words. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service assisted the family with their arrangements.

Judith A. Hofer

March 29, 2018 Judith A. Hofer, age 76, of Richland Center, died Thursday, March 29, 2018, at the Richland Hospital. She was born on June 23, 1941, in Palatine, Illinois, the daughter of Arthur and Irene (Dahl) Kline. Judy spent her life helping others. She was a hardworking farmer and mother to her eight children. In later years, she worked as a CNA. She was known as “Ma Hofer” to many. She will be remembered for her spunky

personality and amazing cooking skills. Her strong faith in the Lord Jesus Christ gave her strength throughout her life and carried her home. Survivors include her 7 children: Maria “Mitzy” Hofer Holverson of Crivitz, WI, Christine Hofer (Robert Towsley) of Muscoda, WI, Joe (Michelle) Hofer of Highland, WI, Bill Hofer of Richland Center, WI, Matt (Becky) Hofer of Richland Center, WI, Andy (Sue) Hofer of Richland Center, WI, Heidi Shannon of Sextonville, WI; 13 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren; sister-inlaw: Jan Kline of MN; other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Henry Sr.; a son, Henry Jr.; 3 brothers: Art, Mike, and Noel Kline. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, April 7, 2018, at 10:00 AM at the Clary Memorial Funeral Home in Richland Center with Pastor Laurel Matson officiating. Burial will be held in the Sylvan Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Friday, April 6, 2018, from 5 PM to 8PM at the Clary Memorial Funeral Home and also on Saturday from 9:30 AM until the time of services. On line condolences can be made at www. clarymemorialfuneralhome. com.


March 30, 2018 Sharon “Sharry” Maloney, 79, of Richland Center, WI, died Friday, March 30, 2018, at Greenway Manor in Spring Green, WI. Sharry was born November 28, 1938, the daughter of Elsie (Hopp) and Elseworth Jurgenson in Grenada, MN. After graduating high school, she attended beauty school. On August 8, 1959, Sharry married the love of her life Ralph Maloney and shared 52 wonderful years together. Sharry was a farm wife, homemaker, worked 22 years at O’Bryan Brothers, and the last 6 years before retiring, she worked at Walmart. Sharry had many interests including: collecting salt and pepper shakers, bells, miniature vintage replicas of antiques, but most of all she enjoyed her beautiful flower gardens. Sharry was very musical; she could play the piano, organ, and flute. She enjoyed attending and supporting her

grandchildren’s sporting and school events. Sharry was an ambitious, kind, thoughtful, loving, non-complaining woman, who loved her family and was a wonderful mother, leader, and exemplified Jesus in whatever she did. Sharry is survived by three children: Kimberly (Melfred) Woods of Excello, MO, Tami Stevens of Richland Center, WI, Troy (Kathy) Maloney of Richland Center WI; 8 grandchildren: Brock (special friend Alicia) Woods of Troy, MO, Brittany (fiancé Greg) Woods of Excello, MO, Jeffery Stevens of Richland Center, WI, Erik Stevens of Richland Center, WI, Kory (Kimberly Contreras) Stevens of Wisconsin Rapids, WI, Jennifer Stevens of Panama City Beach, FL, Lance Maloney of Rochester, MN, Laura Maloney of Richland Center, WI; greatgranddaughters: Kinsley Woods, Keira Stevens; sisters: Lorraine (Ken) Michalke, Jean Nelson, Marilyn (Ronald) Meyer; sisters-in-law: Ruth Greier, Betty Williams, Delilah Maloney, Delores Wellman, Mary Maloney; many other nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Sharry was preceded in death by her parents, husband Ralph, son Kent, two brothers and spouse: Donald (Luella) Jurgenson, Robert Jurgenson; brothers and sisters-in-law: Edwin (Doris) Maloney, Ronald (Marjory) Maloney, Marabelle (Raymond) Steuber, Leroy Greier, Tyler Williams, James Maloney, Daryle Maloney, Richard Wellman, and Stanley Nelson. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at the Pratt Memorial Chapel at 1:00 PM. Burial will follow in the Richland Center Cemetery. Visitation was on Monday, April 2, 2018, at the Pratt Memorial Chapel from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM and on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, from 12:00 PM until the time of the service at 1:00 PM. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences can be made at


March 28, 2018 Pearl I. Blackburn, 99, of Richland Center, died Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at the Richland Hospital. Pearl was a lifelong Richland County resident. At her death,

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she was the oldest member of Peace United Methodist Church. The youngest of six children born to Clark and Sarah Core, Pearl was born at home near Five Points, WI, in 1918. Bill and Pearl became acquainted when Bill’s father, Rev. B. W. Blackburn, was serving the Boaz Evangelical United Brethren Church in Boaz. Bill and Pearl married on December 21, 1941, two weeks after Pearl Harbor. When Bill shipped out to the South Pacific, Pearl returned to Boaz to teach school and faithfully corresponded with Bill almost every day until he returned home in 1945. Pearl was expecting the couple’s third child, Lois, when Bill was paralyzed in a logging accident in August, 1953. From that point forward until Bill’s death in 1994, Pearl became Bill’s primary caregiver, a task she assumed without question or complaint for almost fortyone years. Upon Bill’s death, Pearl rekindled a relationship with several girlfriends. She used to regale us with tales of playing dominoes on Friday nights or driving to one church supper or another. She also assisted with the assembly of the church newsletter every month and volunteered at the Thrift Shop on a regular basis. She attended Peace United Methodist Church almost without fail every Sunday until she was required to move to the Our House Memory Care facility in late 2014 because of the onset of dementia. Pearl is survived by three children: Sylvia, Indianapolis, IN, Richard (Lynn, nee Bennett), Menomonee Falls, WI, Lois (Craig) McGarry, Muskego, WI.; three grandchildren: Sarah (John) Pouzar, Hartford, WI, Christopher (Laura, nee: Inscho) McGarry, Wheat Ridge, CO, and Katherine (Neil) Halleran, Mukwanago, WI.; six greatgrandchildren: Richard (RJ), Madelynn, and Corah Pouzar; Eliza McGarry, and Caleb and Ingrid Halleran. Further survived by several nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews, other relatives, and friends. Pearl was preceded in death by: Husband, William Blackburn, 1994; Grandson, Richard (DJ) Blackburn, 1985. Funeral service will be held at 11:30 AM on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, at the Peace United Methodist Church, with burial to follow at the Richland Center Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, at the Peace United Methodist Church from 10:30 AM until the service at 11:30 AM. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family

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March 28, 2018 Dean Jewell, 62, of Richland Center, died Wednesday, March 28, 2018. He was born on May 23, 1955, in Richland Center, the son of Roger and Rosemary (Couey) Jewell. On October 13, 1979, Dean was united in marriage to Julie Polaski in Richland Center. Dean worked for the United States Postal Service for the past 24 years. He enjoyed everything about the outdoors: from archery, cycling, kayaking, and waterskiing. Dean was very involved in his sons’ development in their love of sports, especially wrestling. He was an enthusiastic Brewers, Badgers, Packers, and Hornets fan. Dean was an avid kayaker and loved to spread his knowledge of the Pine River and kayaking with others. He served as a Co-Founder of the Friends of the Pine. Dean was a very welcoming person and warmly invited others to get involved in the Richland Center Community. He enjoyed being outside with his dog Brandi. Dean was a very loving and caring grandfather. Dean is survived by his wife Julie; son: Kirk (Jody) Jewell of Mount Horeb; three grandchildren: Emma, Owen, and Vada; mother: Rosemary Jewell of Richland Center; brothers and sisters: David of Madison, Duane (Lynn) of Richland Center, Diane of Kirkland, WA., Dawn of Viroqua; in-laws: John and Nancy Polaski of Arbor Vitae, WI; brother-inlaw, Matt Polaski of Oxnard, CA; many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Dean was preceded in death by his father Roger, son Todd Jewell, and brotherin-law John Polaski. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, April 5, 2018, at 11:00 AM at Trinity United Methodist Church. Burial will be held in the Richland Center Cemetery at a later date. A visitation will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the Pratt Memorial Chapel and again on Thursday, April 5, 2018, at the Trinity United Methodist Church from 10:00 AM until the time of the service at 11:00 AM. The family suggests memorials in Dean’s name be directed to the Richland Center Wrestling Club or the Friends of the Pine. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. Online condolences can be made at • Richland Center Shopping News - Section One - Tuesday, April 3, 2018 - Page 3

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Richland Centers Woodmans Senior Center will be taking a bus to the Diamond Jo Casino on the 3rd Friday of each month starting on April 20th. The cost is $13.00 and includes a buffet lunch. Please call Cheryl at 647-8108 ext. 3 to register. A grief support program called GriefShare is currently meeting at Agrace’s Journey Through Grief Spring Green Community Church support group begins April 26 at in Spring Green on Tuesdays Schmitt Woodland Hills’ Commu- from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. through nity Room. To register, call Jody November 24, 2015, People may (608) 327-7118, or visit agrace. join this group at any time. For org/griefgroups. more information call the church at 608-588-2442. APRIL 10 The National Weather Service TUESDAYS (NWS) will be holding a SKY- Richland County Friends of AniWARN Severe Weather Spotter mals will be open on Tuesdays Training in Richland Center, Wis- from 10 AM - 2 PM and always consin on Tuesday, April 10th. by appointment. Please call 538The training will be held in the 5483 (LET-LIVE). Coppertop Theatre at UW-Richland, starting at 6:30 p.m. The class will last around 2 hours and GRACE HOURS includes a multimedia presenta- The new GRACE office hours are

Bob Fry’s


tion. Training is intended for storm spotters or potential storm spotters, but is open to the public and free of charge. A review of recent and past severe weather will be included. Pre-registration is not needed. You can view the training schedule at: gov/lacrosse/skywarn_schedule. The service has a home page on the Internet: lacrosse


APRIL 5 LOOK GOOD....FEEL BETTER is a program sponsored by the American Cancer Society to teach female cancer patients beauty techniques during chemotherapy and radiation treatments. As a participant you will take home a free make-up kit, program information and a rebuilt self-esteem to face your treatments. The next session will be held at the Richland Hospital on

Thursday, April 5, 2018. The time is set by appointment. The program is free, however registration is required by 4:30 on the previous day. Call Rita at 475-1294.


APRIL 8 HEAD’S UP Y’ALL. Next Sunday, April 8th at 1 pm will be the Women in Farming Frst Annual “Budding Out” party and Meeting. Share and Support. Meet and Greet. Share tips, equipment, ideas, knowledge, food and socialize. Potluck (bring a dish you are famous for) and we will supply the beverage. RSVP by April 6th and for directions, go to http://bluebirdorchards. com/budding-party-women-farming-me…/ or https:// womenfarmers/ or call 608-5462652 or email:

400 Springs Drive, Spring Green, WI 53588

400 Springs Drive, Spring Green, WI 53588 ARE YOU A TEAM PLAYER INTERESTED IN TRYING A NEW JOB OR SOMEONE SEEKING A SECOND JOB? WE ARE OPENING FOR THE SEASON AND HIRING FOR: Lead Restaurant Line Cook PM AM and PM Line Cooks Restaurant Servers, AM Restaurant Servers, PM

Adults: $8.00 • Children (6-10): $5.00 Under 6: Free ALL ARE WELCOME COME AND ENJOY!!!

Banquet Bartender/Gathering Room Bartender Hotel Front Desk Associates AM and PM rd

Hotel Front Desk Associates 3 Shift Hotel Room Attendant Housekeeping Positions


DONNA WALSH Saturday, April 14, 2018

Saturday, April 7, 2018

St. John’s School Gym, Muscoda, WI MEAL INCLUDES: American Legion Famous Hamburgers, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Coleslaw, Homemade Pies and Desserts, Coffee and Milk $8.00 Hamburger $3.50 Cheeseburger $4.00 Beer - Soda - Bar - Silent Auction Silent Auction donations contact

Tom Nondorf 604-4200

Silent Auction Ends at 3:00 PM. Great way to show the community cares.

Doors open 5:30 PM Free admission Free will donation dinner at 6:00 PM White House/Ramada Inn

Great fringe benefits including free golf, Fitness room access, free attraction admission, gift passes to give family and more.

Lower Level, rear entrance/parking. Food, Entertainment, Hall of Fame, Silent Auction, Raffles, Homer, Live Music, DJ

Visit for a list of auction items.

Most positions work spring through December. Several positions work spring through October. Some positions are “summer-only”. We have great part-time openings Great opportunities for students, retirees, individuals seeking a second income, etc. We also have positions for those wanting more hours.


11 AM - 3:00 PM

Golf Bartender/Cook positions open in April

We are closed for the winter and open in late March. Please call 608-935-3639 x 1201 for an application Printable application available at


Come Together and Support a Benefit for

Ruth Rut 604-0404

Golf/Grounds Positions

1st Annual Richland Center Athletic Booster Club

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Kraemer Brothers is looking to fill multiple positions for various upcoming projects. One of Wisconsin’s leading construction companies, Kraemer Brothers consistently provides competitive hourly wages, along with a safe and challenging work environment. Qualified females, minorities and veterans encouraged to apply. Applicants are being sought for the following positions: • Carpenters • Journeyman Masons

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Seasonal Positions

If you like serving others or enjoy making things welcoming and inviting, consider a part-time job or a job with more shifts and more hours! Many positions work spring through fall, some work summer-only and some work summer and fall. All receive great fringe benefits including free golf at our Resort. • Bartender for our Shipmates Lounge – 5 pm opening time, generally we close between 10:00 pm and midnight. Great environment. (age 21 and over) *Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday Nights – rotation of 2 or 3 willing to split these nights – position short-order cooks and bartends both. • Housekeeping Room Attendants • Front Desk days, front desk 2nd shifts and front desk 3rd shift • 2nd shift and 3rd shift positions with variety, working between general cleaning, customer service and front desk duties Please call 608.935.3639 extension 1201 to receive an application and return envelope or print an application from: Many positions accommodate student schedules and work around second jobs or retirement schedules! Equal Opportunity Employer

As South Central Wisconsin’s leader in providing the latest, cutting edge commercial and residential basement and crawlspace solutions in the industry today, we are looking for true professionals to assist us in the continued growth of our business. If you are looking for a stable career path with upward mobility potential, and if you pride yourself on being professional and having the ability to provide exceptional customer satisfaction, then we need to talk. We are currently seeking to fill installation crew/foreman positions. Starting $12-$15 hourly wage will be based on experience and performance. Job Type: Full-time Job Location: Richland Center, WI 53581 Required education: High school or equivalent Required license or certification: Valid Drivers License Apply at


Call 647-4158 with any questions.

• Orders custodial supplies and maintains inventory • High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) and 5 years custodial work with supervisory experience

Application deadline: April 12, 2018 Visit for more information and to submit an application. Contact Human Resources with questions: or 608.822.2314 Southwest Tech is committed to legal affirmative action, equal opportunity access and diversity of its campus community. Southwest Tech 1800 Bronson Blvd., Fennimore, WI 53809


Earn as much as $55,000.00 or more annually

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• Performs a variety of custodial duties

Skills Enrichment/ Life Skills Assistant VARC, Inc. has an immediate opening for a 30 hour per week Skills Enrichment Assistant 1:1/Life Skills Assistant 1:1 at our Richland Center location. Hours would be split: 24 hours as a Skills Enrichment Assistant and 6 hours as a Life Skills Assistant.

The House on the Rock Attraction, 5754 State Road 23, conveniently located between Spring Green and Dodgeville. Fun Perks, Unique Environment, Great Team!

The primary responsibility of the Skills Enrichment Assistant 1:1 is to work with assigned clients, providing behavior intervention and support during life skills and employment activities. Position is responsible for assisting assigned client in meeting goals related to the Skills Enrichment program.

Welcome students, retirees, those seeking part time hours and those seeking 40 hours! We hire all spring and early summer to build a Great Team!

The Life Skills Assistant is responsible for providing individual services throughout the county and ensuring Life Skills services are completed with exemplary quality and that all requirements set forth in clients’ service plans are met.

Seasonal jobs – some work through summer, some through fall and some through December.

Benefits include: health, dental, life, vision, and short-term disability insurance, 401(K) plan and paid training.

All positions receive free golf at The House on the Rock Resort, free gift attraction and golf passes, pool passes, fitness room use, generous discounts, on-the-job training and more!

Qualifications: Position requires two years of education, experience or a combination on both, in working with disabilities. Preference for knowledge/education in Human Services or related field and experience in providing services to adults with varying abilities. Experience in working with adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or challenging behavior is a plus. To apply please visit or send resume to 111 W. Robb Road, Richland Center, WI 53581.

Customer service positions.

VARC, Inc.

111 W. Robb Road, Richland Center, WI 53581 or apply online at

Applications accepted until positions are filled. EOE

Food Service Team Members Daytime hours, no evenings, prior experience not needed, fun team environment! Housekeeping and light janitorial positions.


Scot Industries is a 68 year old family owned manufacturing company looking for Regional Truck Drivers to deliver our products.

Fennimore: 608.822.3449


Tri-State Basement Repair Inc.



Lancaster: 608.723.7023

Help Wanted for

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Westby: 608.634.7301

Richland Center: (608) 647-8894


(608) 574-2160

Apply at the office of Kraemer Brothers, LLC

Cashton: 608.654.5416

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WHITEHALL SPECIALTIES, INC. has openings on both 1st & 2nd shifts. We are looking for dependable, responsible, hard working and highly motivated individuals. Whitehall Specialties offers competitive wages, an excellent benefit package, a great work environment and advancement opportunities.

HAVE EXPERIENCE ? Production Supervisor (night shift) Must be able manage a team of 5-15 associates including coaching/ mentoring, disciplinary actions, scheduling of employees, work on the production floor 90% of your day, open to continual education for obtainment of necessary licensing, weekend work required. Pay will be hourly/salary based on experience upwards of $20 - $30/hr starting. Must have 3 years of management experience

Open Positions - Starting from $12-$14 per hour

Whitehall Specialties offers the following excellent benefit package:

Licensed Cheesemaker (night shift) Work with management to create production schedule, milk schedule, inventory management software, learn our cheesemake process. Some management experience preferred. Pay will be up to $20/hour starting and based on experience.

Maintenance Supervisor (second shift)


Whitehall Specialties, Inc. 1401Cty. Hwy. HH Hillsboro, WI 54634

Please submit your applications by April 13, 2018


Pick up application at the main office:

Great Benefits Package Available!

AUTOMOTIVE/EQUIPMENT ASSISTANT We are located in Mount Horeb, WI and in need of an additional employee. We are looking for a hardworking, energetic and well organized individual that will fit in and help with our daily tasks. BASIC JOB DESCRIPTION: : To assist in day to day tasks, Including: clean and prepare vehicles & equipment for auction; photograph and describe items to be auctioned; yard/lot organization; deliveries; customer assistance; shipping; loading; vehicle & equipment maintenance and basic repair; cleaning; basic grounds care (mowing, snow removal, etc.). Qualifications: Must be very organized and detail orientated; can use a basic point-and-shoot digital camera; good driving record and a current driver’s license; ability to lift over 50 lbs. and work at a fast pace; ability to work outside in both hot & cold weather; friendly positive attitude; you live within 30 miles of Mount Horeb, WI; Can work well with others and take direction well; ability to operate forklift, skid steer and tractor; change a car tire or battery; knowledge of cars, trucks, grounds equipment, construction equipment, firearms, tools; ability to use a computer; basic typing and a basic understanding of Microsoft Excel, Outlook & Word; ability to see what needs to be done and do it.

Health, Dental, Vision, Life & Disability Insurance 125 Plan, 401 K Paid Vacation & Sick/Disability, 9 paid Holidays Safety Incentive Awards Bonus Program

Must be able to manage a team of 2-4 associates including training, scheduling, job delegation, disciplinary actions. Rotating weekends required. Management experience required. Pay will be up to $25/hour starting and based on experience.

Please apply within or send resume to: Meister Cheese Company, PO Box 68, Muscoda WI Email to Equal Opportunity Employer


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Work Environment: You will be working out of our shop, which is heated in the winter but has no A/C. Your work day would include everything from setting cars on the lot, to typing inventory, to showing customers equipment, to taking pictures. You should be able to work both inside and outside all year. Compensation: First 60 day probationary period with pay of $15.00 per hr. Pay increase to $15.50-$16.00 per hour depending on skills and performance. Group health insurance offered (we pay 60% of your individual plan), 4% retirement match, paid time off (pto), paid holidays, free lunch on Fridays, employee garden, yearly pay raises, end of year bonus.

JOB OPPORTUNITY: HVAC Service Technician Needed Ash Creek Plumbing, Heating & Electric, LLC is growing. We are looking for a detail oriented and service minded individual to join our team.

Work Hours: We are open M-F 8-5pm and Sat 9-Noon. The new hire will be scheduled for 40 hours per week. We are open on Saturdays 9-Noon. You will be placed in the Saturday rotation consisting of 1 or 2 Saturdays each month.

• Do you have 3-5 years of hands-on experience in operation, maintenance, troubleshooting & repair of HVAC systems? • Do you understand maintenance instructions and procedure manuals? • Can you lift heavy parts and equipment? • Do you have a relative diploma or certification? • Do you have a valid driver’s license?

How to Apply: Please email with resumé and more importantly a brief paragraph about yourself and why you would be a good candidate. You will not be considered if brief paragraph about yourself is not included – doesn’t need to be fancy. Please ask any additional questions. Please no walk or call-ins.

If you answered yes to the above questions and are looking for a full-time position with competitive pay and benefits, we want to hear from you! Please stop in to pick up a job application or email


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Opportunities for owner operators at Mississippi Valley Transport. We are seeking highly motivated self starters with 3 years experience in flat or van. We offer a generous settlement package with no forced dispatch. Must speak and write English fluently. Contractors with own trailer preferred.

Making Memories… Unique Environment!


The House on the Rock Resort and Golf Course is hiring for the season. Seasonal jobs. Some positions work through summer, some through fall and some through December. All positions receive free passes for The House on the Rock, free golf at The House on the Rock Resort, golf gift passes, pool passes, fitness benefit, generous discounts and more! 

Front Desk 11 pm to 7 am Shift

Breakfast and Dinner line cooks (with or without experience)

Lead Line Cook Dinner/Banquets

Servers for Grandview Restaurant and Banquets, AM & PM

Bartender/Cooks for Golf Bar, The Turn Pub and Grill

 Housekeeping room attendants – part-time positions and five-shifts per week positions, including positions for individuals interested in just working on Sundays! nd

 2 Shift Laundry/Janitorial Hotel Position Please call 608.935.3639 extension 1201 to receive an application and return envelope or print an application from:


Full-Time Housekeeping/Laundry Position Starting wage is $11.35/hr. Must be available to work daytime hours on weekdays, weekends and holidays and be able to prioritize work and follow directions. Part-Time or Call-In Dietary Positions Available Starting wage is $12.26/hr. Positions are every other weekend with the ability to work full or part-time hours. Must be able to cook, prepare and serve meals, and clean. Complete and submit your application online at or pick one up at the Front Desk from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Questions regarding openings contact: Chris Glasbrenner at 608- 649-1721 Completed Applications should be returned to the front desk at: Pine Valley Community Village 25951 Circle View Lane, Richland Center, WI 53581 Or faxed to (608) 647-8955 Pine Valley is a skilled nonprofit nursing facility. EOE M/F/D/V


The House on the Rock Resort and Golf Course 400 Springs Drive, Spring Green, WI 53588


Wanted to hire: Reliable housekeeper and flower gardening help. 20 hours/week. Located 3 miles outside of Richland Center. Hours are flexible. Prefer 5 hours 4 days/week year-round. Must have initiative and references. Great position for someone who is active but semi-retired or a parent while the kids are in school.




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AAM’s Reedsburg Manufacturing Facility has various full time positions available for career minded individuals. Incentive based positions are available. AAM is a premier, global leader in design, engineering, validation and manufacturing with over 25,000 associates operating at more than 90 facilities in 17 countries.

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WE PRINT Letterhead, Envelopes, Newsletters, Brochures, Receipt Books, Statements, Programs, Tickets, Posters, Resumes, and Much More! Free estimates. Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center, 608-647-2911.

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NOW HIRING in Prairie du Chien WI Distribution Center NOW operating 7 days/week MACHINERY DRIVERS:

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General Labor (full and part-time) Production Operator 3rd Shift Positions 8 Hour and 12 hour positions


Full Time Regular Weekend Shift: 6am – 6pm; Friday, Saturday and Sunday

DIRECT TO CONSUMER: Part Time Regular Weekend Shift: 9am-5pm; Saturday and/or Sunday Part Time Regular 2nd Shift: 5pm-9pm; Monday thru Friday


We offer great benefits including health insurance effective upon start, 401(k) match 100% up to 8%, and more!


Full Time Regular 3rd Shift: 11pm-7am; Sunday thru Thursday


One week of paid time off after six months of employment!

• Health/Dental Insurance after 90 days • Benefit package including 401K • Employee discount on merchandise • $1 per day lunch program available

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Interested candidates should apply online at Drug Test & Background Check required. Cabela’s is an equal Opportunity Employer and seeks to create and inclusive workplace that embraces diverse backgrounds, life experience and perspectives.

Equal Opportunity Employer, Male/Female/Veteran/Disabled

Fiscal Clerk/Accounts Receivable


Must have high school diploma with accounting background, knowledge of general office skills, Outlook, Word, and Excel. Responsible for preparing, sending and collecting payments, and verifying insurances. Billing experience preferred or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities. This full-time, Mon-Fri position offers the county benefit package that includes: health, dental and retirement.


• Earnings up to $20/hr • Additional $1 per hour for 2nd and 3rd shift • Healthcare, dental and vision plans • Life insurance and company paid disability coverage • 401k, paid vacation, and tuition reimbursement • Free worksite wellness center access

Thursday, April 5, 2018 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Deadline for applications: Monday, April 16, 2018. Complete and submit your application online at or pick one up at the Front Desk from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Questions regarding openings contact: Chris Glasbrenner at 608- 649-1721

Why join our team? At AAM Reedsburg we are dedicated to maintaining a safe, clean and healthy working environment. Our most important asset is our associates, and we show it by offering a great team and exceptional benefits.

Completed Applications should be returned to the front desk at:

Apply in person:

700 Ash Street in Reedsburg, WI Please be prepared for an interview and plant tour. Apply online:



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Pine Valley Community Village 25951 Circle View Lane, Richland Center, WI 53581 Or faxed to (608) 647-8955 Pine Valley is a skilled nonprofit nursing facility. EOE M/F/D/V


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THIRD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH The SOUL Kitchen free community meal is served every 3rd Wednesday of each month 5:30pm at the Nazarene Outreach Center.


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6' size wall (16' buildings) 16’x16’ ......................... $3,150 16’x24’ ......................... $4,300 16’x32’ ......................... $5,700

Chicken Coops Includes: Shingle roof, windows, chicken door, roost, nesting boxes, storage area up top. Options: Feed room, steel roof. Size Price 3’x4’ (4-6 chickens) ......... $380 4’x6’ (12-15 chickens) ..... $740 5’x7’ (15-20 chickens) ..... $890 6’x10’ (20-25 chickens . $1,100 6’x12’ (25-30 chickens) $1,340 7’x14’ (40-45 chickens) $1,525 More sizes available.

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OLERUD AUCTION SALES DATE: Saturday, April 7, 2018 TIME: 9:00 a.m. ADDRESS: Olerud Farm, S2221A Olerud Rd., Westby, WI. Lunch by Lori. SALE ORDER: Antiques, toy tractors & NASCAR, followed by guns at 1:00 p.m., then Gator & lawn mower ANTIQUES: Sleepy Eye vase; 3 gal. RW churn; 4 gal. flower churn; 6 gal. Birchleaf crock; 5 Albony slip; 5 gal. Birchleaf RW beehive jug; 3 RW quart mason jars; 10'' RW sponge bowl; crock bowl of Jensen & Laugh General Store in Ferryville, WI w/cover; The Banner Liquor Store, Jos Hofforth 2 gal. jug, Winona, MN; several brown jugs & small crock; bean bot w/advertising; 6 gal. Birchleaf; 3 sponge bowls, 20 gal., two 15 gal., 12 gal., 2 gal. RW crocks; nest of bowls; USE Capital Coffee wood box; Watts pitcher #15; round oak table w/large claw foot; antique highchair, early 1900s; drop-leaf table & 2 chairs; antique mirror w/gold gild; foot pedal sewing machine w/attachment, works; oak stack bookcase, 4 piece; Singer treadle sewing machine; 2 gargoyles; 7 matching chairs; antique side board w/claw foot; cedar chest; secretary w/curbed glass & carving; drop front desk; 6 amber Holman Dairy bottles & crate; Ram Wild Turkey clocks; CocaCola cooler; rare Eagle Bourbon advertising mirror; Mike’s Hard Lemonade neon light; Packard clock; Hudson Spies & Service sign; 5 Whitetail shoulder mounts; several decanter bottles; old traps; old boat motor; coffee grinder; pitcher pump; small antique items; Jim Beam train set; 60 decanter bottle old; large stamp collection & lots more antiques. PEDAL CARS & TRACTORS: IH 806 pedal tractor w/wagon; AC WD45 pedal tractor; Campbell’s soap pedal car . TOY TRACTORS: JD Precision toy tractors B, 70, 630, 730, 720, 720 w/loader & blade; 3010, 4020 4000. 4440, 4020 w/corn picker, 4450; other precision tractors - lH 400, 460, 706, 1466, 1568, Oliver 77, Case IH 1570, Farmall regular; JD Tractors - 4010 Heritage & Prestige, 430 Prestige, 730, 530 cylinder clutch, 550 w/heat house, 4040 & 4230 toy farmer, 4020 & 4520 200A, 730 row crop 80, 4320 w/cab 60, 45 Prestige combine, Prestige 630 & 730, 4320 w/cab, JD 1010, 60 FFA edition model HN 4620, M, 60, 80 A, 420 H, B, 630 LP, 22640, JDB 1⁄8 scale; Farmall - H, C, B 140, 350, 656, spec-cast 340, SM, IH 1256 Turbo, IH 1206 Turbo, 1066 Dealer Edition, 1066 w/cab, 1256 Spec-cast 504, hyd 70, Prestige 666, Farmall 300 w/sprayer, Spec-cast 300LP, 1586, 8 boxes of 66 series 1:64 sci 1566, Magnum 340, Case IH Mx255; Oliver- Spec-cast 770,1650 4 wheel drive, 1755, 1355, Super 88 LP, Oliver 77 Precision, 1950T, 1555, Super 77 LP, 1655; Other toy tractors - 8N & 9N 1:8 scale, MF 1150, 1100 & Spec-cast 50, MM Spec-cast U, Jet Star 4, 445 w/sickle mower, NH Super 66 baler w/motor, Tru Scale baler, grain drill, spreader, plow & tractor, Spec-cast Case O Drill, Spec-cast JD plow, NH self-propelled chopper, JD Precision barge box; other toy tractors including a lot of 1:64 scale - 1:64 die cast tractors & implements; 125 toy tractors are in the box. TOY CARS & TRUCKS: 200 1:24 NASCAR cars w/box names like Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt, Dale Jr., Tony Stewart, Matt Kenseth, Dale Jarrett, Bill Elliott, Rick Rudd, Kevin Harvick, Micheal Walltrip, Jimmy Johnson, Denny Hamlin & others; 1:24 scale racing semi truck; 1:43 scale pickup & cars; lots of 1:64 cars; advertising semi-truck. NEW-IN-BOX GUNS: Thompson Center Venture Predator AP snow .308 w/Predator rifle scope; Remington 783 bold action .30-06 w/scope; Thompson Center Venture bolt-action .3006; Savage M-11 .243 bolt-action w/Nikon scope; Mossberg .308 Patriot; Browning A-bolt Ill bolt-action .270; Mossberg 7MM 4x4 bolt-action walnut stock w/scope; Mossberg Patriot bolt-action 6.5 Creedmoor; Weatherby Vanguard .223 boltaction; New England 12 gauge pump w/black walnut stock; Remington 870 Express 12 gauge pump; Ruger .22-250 boltaction; Model 88 12 gauge Maverick pump; Remington Model 783 .270 w/scope, synthetic camo stock; Walther German made .22LR; Remington 1100; Henry 30-30 lever action - low Ser. No. 1 of 2000 made in Wisc.; Browning X Bolt bolt-action short mag, custom maple; Kimber 6.5 Kreedmore; Remington 783 w/scope; Henry .22 lever-action octagon barrel, walnut; Henry Big Boy lever-action .44; BG BLR Lightweight .270 w/22 11 blued, Monte Carlo; Bushmaster .223 ORC w/red dot, 16" barrel; Ruger 30-06 w/scope; Taurus 44 Mag- 6 shot stainless; MB 500 Classic 12 gauge - polished blued walnut. USED GUNS: Weatherby Mark V 338-378 w/scope; Remington Model 700 .220 Swift w/scope; Remington Model 770 .270 black w/scope; Browning Arms 450, SS barrel, lever-action. Tasco scope; Mossberg 4x4 .300, SS barrel, bolt-action, Mossberg scope; Mossberg Model 500 pump combo, 2 barrel w/scope; Remington 11-87 auto. w/scope, slug barrel; Smith & Wesson Model 11500 caliber bolt-action w/Tasco scope; Savage Model 10 .22-250 bolt action w/Tasco scope; 45 long Colt rifle; Colt Gold Cup :1.911 .22LR handgun. GATOR & MOWER: JD 850 Diesel XUV w/snow plow, like new; JD 345 riding lawn mower, 54" deck w/snow plow, only 779 hrs. NOTE: There may be additional Items added to sale. There is also a sale on April 5 at the same location. See for sale bill. TERMS: CASH or GOOD CHECKS: ALL announcements made day of auction take precedence over all ads in print. Check REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER: Gary Olerud, (608) 634-4557 or (608) 632-1689, License #364; Garrick Olerud, (608), 632-1043, License #2912, Westby, WI 54667. CLERK & CASHIER: Olerud Auction Service.


PUREBRED REGISTERED Angus yearling bulls, from high quality A-I sires. Bred for docility, easy calving and strong EPD’s. 608-739-4408

709 Front Street, Cashton, WI 54619 MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2018 • 10:00 AM LUNCH BY CASHTON FFA

TRACTORS & SKID STEERS: IH 706 gas tractor w/wide front, Westendorf loader & 3 pt. (tach shows 3576 hrs.); IH 450 gas tractor w/narrow front & standard drawbar tach shows 4214 hrs.); NH L230 skid steer w/cab, air & heat (only 679 hrs. and like new!); NH L220 skid steer w/air & heat, air-ride seat (only 450 hrs.); NH L221 skid steer w/open cab (1300 hrs.); Suitcase weights and brackets. MACHINERY: NH 740A “Silage Special” round baler; NH BR7060 round baler (twine); NH 1431 discbine; H&S 9' hydra-swing merger; 5-wheel rake; Tonutti 10-wheel rake; NH 1465 haybine; NH 469 haybine; H&S 270 single-axle manure spreader; H&S 370 tandem-axle manure spreader; H&S 310 tandem-axle manure spreader; 1-row cultivator; Brillion BRS-2 4-row cultivator; H&S HD twin-auger chopper box w/612 gear; NH 816 chopper box w/ EZ trail 1274 gear; Gehl 980 chopper box w/tandem gear; Rex 14' chopper box w/EZ trail gear; IHC 10' grain drill; Land Pride RB 3596 3pt., 8' rear blade; Silage facer attachment; Kewaunee 50' hay/grain elevator; Little Giant 42' hay/grain elevator w/hopper. TRUCK: 1999 Dodge Dually w/rebuilt auto-transmission & new starter & brakes, 312,000 miles LAWN & GARDEN: King Cutter 5', 3 pt. finishing mower; Dixon 46" zero-turn mower; Cub Cadet LGTX 1054 54" mower w/power steering; Cub Cadet GT2550 mower w/shaft drive; Cub Cadet mower decks; New Cub Cadet lawn/garden trailers; MTD reartine tiller; 3 pt. wood splitter. ATVs: (3) Polaris ATVs; ATV tires & rims. BUILDING TO BE REMOVED: 32'x60' block building w/metal roof. TOYS: Approx. 25 toy tractors & implements/some collectors of various scales 1/16, 1/32, 1/64. MISC.: Corn planter parts; IHC 3 pt. hitch parts & other IH parts; 12.0x16.5 tires & rims; 10x16.5 tire & rim; Pallet of glass blocks; New Kohler 20 h.p. magnum engine; Rock bucket; Continental 4-cyl. engine; Ford 6-cyl. engine; Wisconsin engine parts; TroyBilt 3000 PSI power washer (new in box); Poly floor liner; Fly spray, drinking cups & parts, cow trainers; Fertilizer boxes w/covers; Forney electric welder; New grain bin augers; Old threader sets & other tools; Mufflers; Shelving units; New hydraulic cylinders; Used floor jacks; Plow parts; IHC 86 series front end; Used tractor chains; Axle dual clamps; Wisconsin VG4D overhauled engine; Pallets of binder twine & net wrap; 300+ new 5 ½' & 6' T-posts; New roof tin for round corn crib; Old canvas from binders & combines; New cattle oilers; Many wagon hubs; Many boxes of bolts; New augers for post hole diggers; Cases of electric poly fence posts; Large amount of shelving, racks & bins; Tractor rims; Used tractor tires. TERMS: Cash or good check with proper ID. 5.5% sales tax applies! PLEASE NOTE: This is an active business and some items may sell prior to auction date. If you’re coming for a specific item, please call Hundt’s at 608-654-5128 to check availability! CLERK & CASHIER: Provided by Simonson Real Estate & Auction Service, LLC, #446, 612 Broadway St. P.O. Box 63 Cashton, WI. Contact Tom Simonson @ 608-343-5162. REGISTERED WI AUCTIONEER: Mike Huntzicker, #85, Cashton, WI.



5728 Peer Rd. Boscobel, WI 53805 Auctioneer #539 & Broker (608) 375-5458 “WE SELL TO SERVE AGAIN”

29th Year

FOR SALE: Red Angus and Red Angus crossed Charolais bulls. Richard Berns 563-380-6060 or Cory Miner 563-380-4067


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JUNE 21  AUG 16  OCT 18  DEC 20


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Lincoln cent; U.S. Certified coins, 1886 three cent nickel PR64, 1893 “V” nickel PR65, 1876S seated quarter MS64; proof American Eagle silver dollars; $2½ and $10 dollar gold Indians, 1924 $20 Saint Gaudens MS64 and two 1 oz. gold maple leaf coins. TERMS: Cash or good check w/proper ID. Number system will be used. Sales tax will apply. All announcements made sale day will take precedence over printed material.



adno=566607-01 • Richland Center Shopping News - Section One - Tuesday, April 3, 2018 - Page 12

JD 6150M MFWD 350hrs. Has ANGUS, RED ANGUS, LIMmany options. 563-568-3144 or FLEX AND LIMOUSIN BULLS, 563-880-8181 Carcass ultrasound data, semen tested, large selection, delivery. WANTED 10’ Brillion seeder in FOR SALE: Miller Pro 500 spray- FOR SALE: Two H&S chopper good condition. Also oats want- Spring Creeks Cattle Company. 608-553-8070. er, nice. 608-943-6142. box wagons, excellent shape. ed. 608-943-6142. 608-739-4226. BULLS FOR SALE: Registered ANGUS BULLS, 2 year olds and Shorthorn and Normande beef yearlings, 76 years of top quality bulls for sale. Quiet, group-raised DATE: Sunday, April 8 TIME: 10:30 a.m. performance breeding. Mason and performance measured. Brothers. 608-794-2183. (Doors will open by 8:00 a.m. for inspection of coins) Yearlings or 2 year olds available. LOCATION: 104 East Oak Street, Boscobel, WI (Tuffley FOR SALE: Angus springing heif- Call Matt 608-642-0443 or Mike Center) Watch for auction arrows. ers, due May 1. Mike Bailey, 608- 608-943-6091. THE FOLLOWING IS ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING! Indian, 537-2372.

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WANTED: HORSES and ponies. Western store available, www. 608-341-8144. WANTED TO Buy: Walnut, cut logs, standing timber & other species. 563-599-9191. STANDING TIMBER wanted, including walnut. Take the guess work out of logging your timber. We cut & skid your timber on a percentage basis, lay the logs out for a minimum of 3 price bids & sell to the highest bidder. Money in your hand before the logs leave your property. Free estimates. Call Clark Logging. Rod Clark, 608-732-1848. Ron Udelhoven, 608-732-5575.

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Angus • Pinzgauer • Simmental • Red Angus • Simmental Angus Percentage • Tarentaise To Take A Look At The Sale Catalog, Performance Information, Pedigree Information And Video Of The Bulls Just Go To Or Call 608-342-1119 For More Information Buy A WBIA Tested Bull From Your Living Room, Office Or The Test Station! Go to

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30499 Cunningham Ridge Rd., Wonewoc, WI

FRIDAY, APRIL 6 AT 9:00 AM LOCATION: 3½ miles northwest of Cazenovia on Cunningham Ridge Rd. Watch for arrows off of Hwy. 58 on the north edge of Cazenovia. Or 6 miles southwest of Wonewoc on Cty. Trk. G to Cty. Trk. EE, then southwest 1 mile (Valton) to Woolever Rd., then south 1½ miles to Frog Hollow Rd, then east ¼ mile to Farm. LUNCH: Country Gals. NOTE: Following is a partial list of a large auction. Lots of small misc. items Pictures at For further information call Gary at (608) 983-2461.

NINE HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE: Seven crossbred beef cows, bred; 1 crossbred cow, fresh; 3-4 heifer calf sold separate; Angus bull, 3 yrs. old. TRACTORS & SKID STEER: White 2-105 tractor, Hiniker cab, 3pt., dual hyd.; International 966D tractor, Hiniker cab, 3 pt., dual hyd., 540/1000 PTO; Oliver 1850D tractor, WF, 3 pt.; McD ‘Super M’ tractor, live power, PS, NF; McD ‘M’ tractor, NF; McD ‘H’ tractor; Allis Chalmers WC tractor, bad crank; Gehl 6640 Series E skid steer w/bucket, 2 speed, enclosed cab, heat, 3,534 hours; skid steer forks; IH H parts tractor. FARM MACHINERY: John Deere 6B16" semi-mounted plow; Oliver 4B semi-mounted plow; IHC 4B semi-mounted plow; 7-shank chisel plow; Case field digger w/drag; John Deere 12' wheel disc; Oliver 12’ wheel disc; Case 12’ wheel disc; 4 section steel drag & cart; 3 section steel drag & cart; Brillion 10' cultimulcher w/outside wheels; Ford 3 pt. quack digger; 500 gal. trailer sprayer; MF 33 10' grain drill w/grass seed; Gehl 2360 discbine; Gehl 420 10-wheel rake; Pequea 710 hay tedder; John Deere 535 round baler w/net wrap; John Deere 336 baler w/kicker; 2 Meyer steel bale cages w/ gears; wooden bale cage & gear; Little Giant 40' AP elevator w/dragline; flat rack & gear; 3 gravity boxes & gears; New Holland 351 mixer mill; New Idea 3632 manure spreader w/ new chain; tricycle front bale trailer; stalk chopper; Loyal 24' conveyor; tractor mounted buzz saw; running gear; NH 489 haybine; NH rake; JD 12' disc; other items; iron/salvage items. FEED: 10 +/- round bales second & third crop hay; 10+/round bales fodder. VEHICLES/TRAILER: 1979 Chevrolet C70, 427 gas engine, new rubber, w/18' steel grain box & hoist; 1990 Ford F-250 pickup, 4WD, 300 6 cyl. motor, std. transmission; 1998 Cadillac DeVille, 4 door, 32V Northstar, 110,000 miles; 16' tandem axle cattle trailer. SHOP/FARM ITEMS: Sandblaster; compressors; table saws; chain saws; cement mixer; wheel spinner balancer; Craftsman lawn tractor; Troy-Bilt rear tine rototiller; truck tires; motor for ‘M’ tractor; 283 Chevy & 350 Chevy motors; 4 old fire hydrants; iron/salvage items; lots of misc. shop/ farm items, household. CONSIGNED: 2012 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic, 3,500 miles call Jim at (608) 604-0461. TERMS: Cash or good check. Visa/Mastercard w/convenience fee. GAVIN BROS AUCTIONEERS – REAL ESTATE (WRAC # 274) 296 Main St. Reedsburg – 112 5th Ave., Baraboo (608) 524-6416 – (608) 356-9437 –

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HAY AND straw of all kinds delivered, Western also. Walter Mathys, 608-482-1457.

13 TILLABLE acres for rent. Ridgetop land. Lime Ridge, Hillpoint area. 608-239-7729

May 5: Spring Construction Consignment May 11: Marianne’s Roofing - Fond du Lac May 12: Lawn & Garden w/Farm Machinery-Consignments Wanted Auction Specialists • P.O. Box 100 • Lomira, WI 53048 (920) 921-2901 • Phil Majerus – Registered WI Auctioneer #676 adno=566242-01

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FOR SALE: Large squares straw. 608-588-5970

WANTED HUNTING land to lease by father and son. 262-945-0281

Friday, April 20th at 1 pm

INSPECTION: Thursday, April 19th from 9 am to 3 pm TERMS: Cash or Check with Bank Letter of Credit “NO” Buyer Premium CRUSHING, LOADERS, COMPRESSORS, LIME MILL & GEN SETS LOADERS: WA500 Komatsu 5 yd. w/good tires; Michigan L320 shovel nose bucket - good rubber; Fiat FR160.2, good rubber. CRUSHERS, SCREENS & CONVEYORS: Lippmann 30x42 breaker, Detroit dsl.; Cedar Rapids 24x36 jaw & 3x10 screen; VSI 36" cone w/5x16 3-deck screen; hammer mill w/surge bin Cat D353 450 hp power; Production Engineered Duo-Vibe screen electric; Superior 90' hyd.stacker, 30" belt; Dan-Dee 85' hyd. stacker, 24'; Morris 5' 30" conveyor; Morris 45' 24" conveyor; homemade 40' 24" conveyor. GEN SETS: Kohler 565 KW w/Detroit; Onan 180 KW w/Cummins; Cat 160 KW w/Caterpillar. SCALE & MISC.: 40-ton Perkins 30x10' IQ355; Ingersoll Rand 1200 compressor, needs work; Ingersoll 350 air drill; AC 708D forklift; 5 hp air compressor; Miller 400 wire feed; 250 Miller welder; 1,200 gal. water tank. TRUCKS & TRAILERS: ’02 GMC 1-ton utility box; ’90 GMC 16' flat bed dump; ’84 Intl. 1754 2-ton truck; ’04 Ford pickup; WT 20' tilt-bed trailer 20-ton, plus much more.

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Monday Auction: Starting at 11:00 AM with Calves, Sheep and Goats, Hogs, Slaughter Cows, Fed Cattle and Bulls. Every Other Tuesday: Wisconsin Lamb & Goat Pool (call for info.) Wednesday: Accepting cattle for the 2nd and 4th Thursday sale on Wednesday night 4:00 - 7:00 PM. Thursday Auction: 1st, 3rd & 5th Selling Slaughter Cattle at 1:00 PM. Thursday Auction: We will begin our sale at 10:30 AM. Feeder cattle first followed by Bred Beef Cows. Slaughter to follow. 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Monday - Thursday: Accepting Cows and Bulls for Grade and Yield. For your convenience we are taking cattle Sunday and Wednesday evening from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.

Call (608) 647-6151 or ANDY HUEBSCH 608-434-4023


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DIRECTIONS: Columbus on Hwy. 151; Go west on Hwy. 16 8 miles to County Rd. B; then right ½ mile to pit arrows.


FOR SALE: 30 KW PTO generator mounted on trailer, like new condition, cables included. 608943-8381.

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FOR SALE: John Deere 6404T power unit, twin disc clutch, overhauled, John Deere 6404 power unit, Rockford clutch, other Case IH, John Deere and Deutz units available. Call evenings. 608-4820295.

TIM NOLAN ARENA HORSE SALE- 30th Anniversary Sale APRIL 28, 2018 Tack 9AM -Horses Noon. Consignments start Friday, 427 from 9AM-7PM and on Saturday, 428 @ 9AM. NO CALL IN CONSIGNMENTS. N11474 State Hwy 110, Marion FOR SALE. 1950 Farmall M. WI Lic. WI Auctioneer #165 Excellent condition, 12 volt sys(WCAN) tem, new paint. 608-647-2214 evenings.

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Friday, April 13 - Special ALL HOLSTEIN & DAIRY CROSS Steer/Heifer Sale Saturday, April 14 - Bauer Herefords Annual Bull Production Sale


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Held at the Gavin Bros. Auction Facility, 1 mile east of Reedsburg on Hwy. 23 and 33 HOUSEHOLD/ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES: Richardson Root Beer barrel w/spigot; old Coca-Cola cooler; crockery bowls; 1900s Westinghouse elec. waffle maker; 1900s top hat & carrying box; Elec. Brewing Co., Kaukauna wooden keg; Blatz baseball decoration; Miller wooden beer case; 20+ milk bottles; child’s wagon; sled; skis; deer horns; Terry Redlin plates; lots of cabin décor & decorations; lots of Wisconsin Badger memorabilia & collectibles; tabletop victrola; 1812 Bible; lots of eagle collectibles; 125+ collector plates (bird, dog, wildlife & others); Native American collectibles; wildlife prints; mantel clock; bird collectibles; lots of Christmas decorations & ornaments including Bradford Exchange “On Eagles Wings (about 50) & others; Willowware; CI horse & mailbox; Hall teapot; ruby dishes; wicker baskets; Power Shot digital camera, several 35mm cameras; binoculars; Barsika 30-90x 100mm spotting scope; assorted tripods; Toby mugs; beer steins; brass squirrel weather vane; graniteware coffeepot; cuckoo clock; iron door stop; rocking horse; large assortment of Teddy Bears, including Boyd & others; dog statues; 5 gal. jug; guitar; lots of records, 33, 45 & 78s; costume jewelry; lots of pictures & frames; noise makers; records; lots of books; wooden ammo box; Remington mdl. 33 single shot .22; Red Ryder BB gun; Bucky Badger items; wooden sign autographed by Ron Dayne; flat-top & hump back trunks; globe; lots of CDs; captain’s chair; easel; glassware; some arrowheads; wheat pennies and other coins; other misc. items.


Day 2 Saturday, April 7th at 9:00 am


Held at 9988 Cty. Trk. Y, Mazomanie WI DIRECTIONS: 1 mile east of Sauk City on Hwy. 12 to Hwy. 78; then south 1½ miles to Cty. Trk. Y; then west 2 miles to property. Or 5½ miles north of Mazomanie on Cty. Trk. Y. FURNITURE ITEMS: Round oak table; oak chairs; oak bed; twin beds; treadle sewing machine; grandfather clock; sofa & love seat; recliner; drop front secretary; poster bed; armoire; cedar chest; chest of drawers; desk/chair; dry sink; wash stand; fern stands; piano; organ; bench; flat screen TV; elec pressure cooker; braided rugs; 2 room size air conditioners; Igloo coolers; lots of books including cookbooks, wildlife, bird & others; misc. antique & collectible items; kitchen/household items. OUTDOOR ITEMS/ETC.: Alumacraft 17' canoe; kayak; Stihl MS210C chain saw; Poulan Wood Shark chain saw; Mastercut lawn mower; air compressor; lots of lawn ornaments; shop vac; wind chimes; hand tools; ladders; 2 pop-up canopies; tent; table saw; steel wheeled wagon; lots of lawn/garden tools; lots of other misc. items.


REAL ESTATE: Offered Saturday, April 7 at 11:00 am at 9988 Cty. Trk. Y, Mazomanie WI

Location, Location!!! Comfortable 3 bedroom home. Excellent frontage on the Wisconsin River. Great location between Sauk City and Mazomanie. TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: $10,000.00 down & sign an offer to purchase with no contingencies. Subject to seller approval. Close in 45 days. TERMS PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash/good check. VISA/ MasterCard w/convenience fee. Sales Tax on Day 1.




ADDRESS: 11050 County Rd. V, Glen Haven, WI, MC’s Bar in North Andover Note: Roy, Janice, & Tim have sold the farm and have called to have an auction for your personal property. Items are in working order and good condition. Make plans to attend and come and bid with confidence as farm equipment is well taken care of. LUNCH: On grounds. DIRECTIONS: From Bloomington, WI take Hwy. 133 to North Andover. Auction held at MC’s Bar in North Andover. Watch for auction arrows. TRACTORS: John Deere 4430 diesel w/weights and duals/3 hydr. remotes/quad range, 9,100 hrs.; John Deere, 4020 diesel w/weights/ duals, narrow front w/cab; John Deere 4020 diesel w/weights, wide front w/cab; John Deere 1520 WF, w/loader no. 48 loader; 1935 John Deere B; Tillage Equipment: JD rear mounted cultivator; JD 210 14' disc; JD 10' cultimulcher; JD 4 shank 16" plow w/sod buster & land wheel; JD 5 shank 14" plow w/land wheel; Glenco 7 shank chisel plow; Linday Harrow cart and Kewanee 4 section harrow; Kewanee rear mounted chisel plow, 9 shank; Krause 12' offset disc; FORAGE/PLANTING EQUIPMENT: John Deere 640 5 bar rake; John Deere 327 kicker square baler; John Deere 1 row chopper; New Holland 9'9" discbine; V rake 10 model N; (3) square bale kicker wagons; John Deere 7000 series 4 row planter, w/dry fert. and monitor; International 12' grain drill. FERTILIZER AND SPRAYING EQUIPMENT: Fertilizer wagon w/newer auger; 300 gallon field sprayer; 200 gallon Walsh weed sprayer; Century 500 gal. sprayer w/foam markers/electrical controls. ELEVATORS AND AUGERS: 64' West Go Grain auger Model 100; Kewanee bale elevator 500 series; Skeleton elevator; 10' Skeleton elevator. CATTLE EQUIPMENT: New Holland 354 Feedmill; Newer New Holland 185 manure spreader; New Holland 518 manure spreader; 1999 Donahue 24' gooseneck stock trailer; 175 bushel gravity box; 200 bushel gravity box; (10) bale rings; Feed wagon. TRUCK: 2005 Ford 3/4 ton super duty truck, ext. cab, 4x4, 8' box, 5th wheel, approx. 80,000 miles good runner/shape. SHOP/MISC./ATTACHMENTS: Schumacher battery charger; QSP wet/ dry 18 gallon shop vac; Speedaire 20 gallon air compressor; Pony wagon; Truck racks for 8' box; Mi-T-M cold water pressure washer; Simplicity Broadmoor lawn mower 44" deck; Anvil & Vise; (2) Bale spears; Three point trailer hitch mover; Three point calf carrier; Post hole digger; JD rear mounted blade; Expect a few wagons of tools and misc. not listed. SELLING FOR OTHERS: 1984 Bronco 2, 86,000 Camo paint, excellent cond.; 1979 Willy’s Jeep, 4x4 Camo paint, excellent cond.; 1984-1100 Harley Goldwing. BOATS: 1969 Crestliner, deep V w/inboard, good motor; 1968 Evinrude inboard, good runner; Lakeland Fishing boat, 75HP Mercury, w/trolling motor and fish finder. SEE LISTING AND PICTURES ONLINE AT • 608-326-1513 Adams Auction Service, LLC

Reg. WI Auctioneers: Ryan & Seth Adams #2419/2420 CLERKS/CASHIER: Adams Auction Service, LLC Prairie du Chien, WI 608-326-1513 TERMS: Cash and good check w/positive ID. 5.5% sales tax applies on appropriate items. Not responsible for accidents/lost articles or no show items. Announcements made on sale day take precedence. adno=565226-01 ADAMS AUCTION AND REAL ESTATE





DAY 1 Thursday, April 5th at 9:00 am


NOTE: Larry was a long-time resident of the Sauk Prairie area. Day one will be held at the Gavin Bros. Auction Facility in Reedsburg. Day two will be held at Larry’s residence at 9988 Cty. Trk. Y, Mazomanie WI. Following is a partial list of a large auction. Pictures at


300 State Hwy. 27, Cashton, WI 800-822-6671 Fax 608-654-5696 Email: organic Website:





Lawrence “Larry” Neumaier Estate

GAVIN BROS AUCTIONEERS – REAL ESTATE (WRAC # 274) 296 Main St. Reedsburg – 112 5th Ave., Baraboo (608) 524-6416 – (608) 356-9437 –


Call by April 5th to have items listed in the ad. Dick Hauser 585-4808 or (608) 574-1688 Dean Rinehart 604-4692

UPCOMING SALES Friday, April 6 - Special ALL BEEF New Crop Calf/Yearling Sale

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FOR SALE: 50 High Quality Top AI Black Angus Bulls. Performance data, EPD, semen checked, can hold. 60years in the Registered Angus business. Mill Coulee Angus Farm 4miles North of Cabelas, HWY 35 Prairie du Chien, WI. Like us on Facebook. Tracy Pedretti 608-412-0004, Mark 608-412-3349

2011 CASE IH Magnum 315, 3369 hrs, deluxe cab, 4000 lb. rear weights, 1800 lb. front weights, heated seat, foot throttle FOR SALE: Registered polled and many other options. Tires like Hereford bulls. Ready for service. new. Excellent cond. $126,500 Will hold until breeding season. obo. 563-451-4241. Owego Stock Farm. 608-543- 800 GALLON Dari-Kool bulk 3778 or 608-558-3445. tank, with compressor, 2” stainPUREBRED BLACK Angus year- less steel pipeline, 350’. 7.5hp ling bulls, good disposition, milker pump with air tank and semen checked, delivered, will glass jar. 360’ Patz high paddle hold, reasonable. 815-776-9084. barn cleaner chain. 20’ chute and motor. 608-778-6385.

LOCATION: We have MOVED to W9663 CTH S, Beaver Dam, WI. DIRECTIONS: Take Hwy. 151 2 miles north of Columbus to CTH S, then 4 ½ miles east to sale OR take CTH G south of Hwy. 151 2 ½ miles to CTH S, then west 1 mile to sale. NOTE: PARTIAL LIST ONLY. Accepting equipment until noon, April 6. NO SMALL MISC. Being a consignment sale we cannot guarantee all items to be here. Watch Pictures added daily as equipment arrives. EXPECTING 30 PLUS TRACTORS & SKID LOADERS AND ABOUT 250 PIECES OF MACHINERY ESTATE 1: JD 2510; JD 8300 drill; White 256 disc; White 549 plow; 1,000 gal. nurse tank on trailer; Maxi-dump trailer; JD 260 snow blower; 4 section hyd. drag; IH 35 rake; NH 489 haybine; NH 310 baler. ESTATE 2: IH 1586; IH 666; IH 460; IH 3414 w/loader. Several short lines from retiring farmers. TRACTORS (Some Collector): JD 6410 CAH, MFWD w/loader; White 262 cab MFWD; JD 4020; White 2-155 duals; IH 1486; IH 1586; Ford TW-15; JD 2510; IH 666; IH 3414 w/loader; IH 460; CIH 485 county; IH hydro 84 county. SKID LOADER: JD 260. PARTIAL LIST! Watch website Pictures added as equip. arrives. Additional consignments accepted until noon on Friday, April 6. NO SMALL ITEMS. TERMS: Cash or good check. NO buyer’s fee. Sales tax applies. No warranties or guarantees are given or implied on any item sold. All items must be settled for day of sale. REG. WIS. AUCTIONEERS: Col. Bob Wedel #608; Perry Wilkinson #31; Pat O’Brien #287; Nate Pollnow #2058.




W11208 Hwy. 16 & 60, Columbus • Phone: 920-623-5278 Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer, Lic. #608


DATE: Tuesday, April 10, 2018 TIME: 10:00 AM LUNCH: On grounds. LOCATION: Located three blocks south of the junction of Highways 71 & 131 in Wilton, to Midway Ave., then east 2 miles to property on left at 25375 Midway Ave., Wilton, WI 54670. Watch for Dairyland Auction Arrows on Hwy. 71-131 & Midway Ave. in Wilton. TRACTORS, SKID LOADER & COMBINE: AC 7040 w/wide front, cab, 3 pt, 18.4x38 rears w/duals; JD 4020 LP w/wide front & 3 pt., 18.4x34 rears w/duals (tach shows 5,980 hrs.); Ford 3000 gas w/wide front & 3 pt. (recent overhaul); Leyland 272 diesel w/ wide front, cab, 3 pt., power steering, 18.4x30 rears & duals; Case 85XT skid loader w/cab, material bucket & pallet fork (tach shows 4,889 hrs.); MF 550 diesel combine w/15’ grain head & 4-row 30" corn head; MF 510 combine (for parts); MF 1143 4-row 30" corn head (for parts). MACHINERY: JD 7000 4-row 30" plateless planter w/bean & corn meters (dry fert. w/cross auger); JD 18' wing disc w/buster bar; 15' rotary hoe; Brady 15' stalk chopper; Brillion 12' singlegang cultipacker; 3 pt. bale mover; 250 bu. gravity box w/10-ton Westendorf gear; JD 5-16" semi-mounted plow w/buster bar; IHC 10' grain drill w/grass seed attachment; Lindstrom 4-row, 30" cultivator; Ford 4-16" high-clearance plow w/trip beams; brush cutter for skid loader; Ford 10-shank, 3 pt. chisel plow; Husky 6' trailer-type brush cutter; DMI 300+ bu. gravity box w/heavy duty gear; E-Z Flow 250 bu. gravity box w/E-Z Trail 10-ton gear; Kewanee “500” 24' PTO elevator; gravity box w/8-ton gear; H&S 160 bu. PTO manure spreader; cement counter weights; 2-wheel dbl. snowmobile trailer; Kiefer Built 16' bumper hitch cattle trailer (no title). TRUCK & CAMPER: 1992 GMC 550 LP w/12' flatbed (very good condition); 1995 Sportsmaster 24' 5th wheel camper w/slide-out. FARM RELATED: 500 gal. & 1,000 gal. LP tanks (1,000 is set up to refuel tractors, etc.); organic rye & wheat seed (certified); tires & rims of various sizes; pegboard & plywood; stove pipe; steel binder wheel w/lugs; some firewood; waste oil barrel on stand; 275 gal. overhead barrel w/stand; 115 gal. pickup tender fuel tank w/12 volt pump; portable air compressor; elec. welder; 10' poly-lined cattle feeder; 10' steel feeder gate; 275 gal. poly tank; 10' treated telephone poles; some scrap iron; pile of pallets; rock box for tractor front. NOTE: 66+/- acres of real estate offered in three parcels. 40+/total tillable and certified organic. Numerous building sites with great views! Listed by Simonson Real Estate & Auction Service, LLC. Call Diane at (608) 343-5112 for more information and showings. TERMS: Cash or good check with proper ID. Expecting 2 wagon loads of small misc. items to start! AUCTIONEERS: TOM SIMONSON, #244, Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer. CLERK: Mike Frye CASHIER: Randy Frye for DAIRYLAND AUCTION, LLC. P.O. Box 118, Elroy, WI 53929, (608) 462-8218. On-Line at


LAWN MOWING BIDS TOWN OF BUENA VISTA is accepting lawn mowing/trimming bids for Lone Rock Cemetery, park and town hall. For more information call 583-2406 Send bids to: Van Nelson 29440 Hwy. 14, Lone Rock, WI 53556 NOTICE: Deadline May 16, 2018

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• Breaker Run Road Base. 3/4” Gravel. Both items to be delivered and spread. • Sealcoating of Town Roads. Bid your price per mile. All materials considered.

Contact Town Chairman, Jerome Durst, at (608)604-5944 for a complete list of road projects and details.

Notice is hereby given by the Town of Buena Vista, Richland County to receive bids for Black Top and Seal Coating price by the yard for township roads. Bids will close May 16, 2018. Bid information call Randy Olson 608-475-1234 Mail bids to Van Nelson, Town Clerk 29440 Hwy. 14, Lone Rock, WI 53556 The Town of Buena Vista reserves the right to accept or reject any bids. By Order of Town Board Van Nelson, Clerk


Notice is hereby given by the Town of Orion, Richland County Wisconsin that it will receive bids for GRAVEL & SEAL COATING of select town roads until 6:00 pm on April 17, 2018. For bid requirements and specification contact: Randy Olson, Road Patrolman at 475-1234 and mail the bids to: Tammy Cannoy-Bender, Orion Township Clerk, 23398 Whippoorwill Rd., Richland Center, WI 53581. Bids will be reviewed at the April Monthly meeting. This meeting will be held at the Ash Creek Church before the Annual Meeting. The Town of Orion reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, or accept the bid most advantageous to the town. adno=566657-01

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Notice Town of Sylvan Annual Meeting-Regular Meeting

Notice is hereby given of the 2018 Annual Meeting to be held Tuesday evening, April 17, 2018 at 6 P.M. at the Town Shop located at 20188 County G. All town citizens are welcome to attend. The regular monthly meeting will follow thereafter. By Order of Town Board, Judy Murphy, Clerk


TOWN OF DAYTON Annual Meeting Tuesday, April 17, 2018 • 6:00 pm

Bids for seal coating of the Townships roads for 2018 will be opened after the Annual Meeting.

Francine Ewing, Clerk Town of Dayton

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at the Town Hall at 12249 State Hwy. 171, Blue River, WI. Posted by Tamara Krohn, Clerk

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TOWN OF AKAN SPRING CLEAN-UP DAYS Spring Clean-up will take place on Saturday, April 21st and Saturday, April 28th from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Accepting electronics (TVs and computers) for a fee of $10 Large items, household appliances & electronics (stereos, telephones, vacuum cleaners, etc.) at no cost.

Notice is hereby given of the 2018 Open Book to be held Monday, April 16, 2018, 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. at the Town Shop located at 20188 County G. The assessor will be available during these hours to answer questions. Judy Murphy, Clerk



Notice Town of Sylvan Board of Review

Judy Murphy, Clerk


Bloom City Methodist Church

Akan Recycling Center

Notice Town of Sylvan Open Book

WCAN (Wisconsin Community Ad Network) andor the member publications review ads to the best of their ability. Unfortunately, many unscrupulous people are ready to take your money! PLEASE BE CAREFUL ANSWERING ANY AD THAT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE! For more information, or to file a complaint regarding an ad, please contact The Department of Trade, Agriculture & Consumer Protection 1-800-422-7128 (WCAN)

Notice is hereby given of the 2018 Board of Review to be held Monday, April 23, 2018 from 5-7 P.M. at the Town Shop located at 20188 County G. The assessor will be available to answer questions during this time. If needed, objection sheets are available from the assessor, clerk, or online

The Annual Meeting of the Basswood Cemetery will be April 5, 2018 at 2:00 PM in the Basswood Church

12249 State Highway 171, Blue River, WI We will NOT accept tires or used oil Any questions please contact a Town Board member. Tamara Krohn, Clerk -

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The Town of Marshall is accepting bids for the following 2018 needs:

Write the word “Bid” on the outside of the envelope. All bidders must furnish proof of insurance. The Town of Marshall reserves the right to refuse any or all bids.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Bloom Town Board will accept sealed bids for Seal Coating Town roads until Midnight, Friday, April 13, 2018. Bids must include proper bonding and proof of insurance and should be mailed to: Town Chairman Calvin Brown, 21790 County Hwy. D, Richland Center, WI 53581. Bids will be opened with possible action on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at about 2:00 PM, at the Bloom Town Hall at 13775 County Hwy. H, Bloom City, WI. BIDS FOR SEAL COATING - Price per mile 20 feet wide, single seal coating of hard surface roads. Price per mile 20 feet wide, double seal coating of gravel surface roads. BIDS FOR PRE-COATING - Price per mile 20 feet wide, single pre-coat of hard surface. Pre-coated chips to be furnished by bidding contractor. Contractor to furnish PG 58-28 5% Cutback Liquid Asphalt furnished and blended at a State of Wisconsin and AASHTO certified liquid asphalt production facility, proportioned with certified scales and power mixer blended to specifications, heated to 350 degrees and applied. Copies of the asphalt tanker slips delivered for this contract with proper I.D. and dates are to be given to the Town Chairman within 3 working days. Contractor to haul, place, and roll aggregate, which will be provided by the Town. Contractor must provide all machinery, labor, and other necessary incidentals to properly clean, Seal Coat, and roll Town Roads. Gravel roads must be watered and rolled before Seal Coating. Contracts must include a 1-year written warranty. The Town of Bloom reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, or to accept the bid most advantageous to the Town. For questions, call Town Chairman Calvin Brown at 608-604-6691. Shelly Schweiger, Clerk adno=566905-01


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The Monthly Meeting of the Town Board will be held at 7:00 PM, Monday, April 16, 2018 at the Town Hall on Gillingham Drive. Agenda posted at Hall, Shop, and Ballpark 24 hours prior to regular meetings. By order of the Town Board, Melanie Ring, Clerk 608-475-1909

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For all the food, flowers, plants and cards we received during Alan’s passing. Also to his homecare workers, Julie, Lisa and Sue for your care and companionship of Alan. Thanks to St. Croix Hospice and Pratts for your guidance. A special thank you to Rev. Craig Peach for a very personal service. Thank you for all the love and support. God Bless The Family of Alan Knoble (Knoble - Simpson - Gundlach Families)

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Words cannot express how grateful our family is for all the thoughts and prayers we received at the time of Les’ illness and passing. Special thanks to Father Don Bauer, Donna Durst & Pat McCluskey for the music at the service, Jane Kepler for doing the readings, Clary Memorial Home, Agrace Hospice, Ithaca First Responders, Ladies of St. Mary’s Keyesville for providing and serving the luncheon, and the American Legion Honor Guard.

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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average person in the United States changes residences more than 11 times in his or her lifetime. With each move, the process of moving may become more familiar. But even the most practiced nomad can find moving to be an overwhelming experience. Those on the cusp of moving and nervous about packing up and leaving can employ a few tricks to make moving much easier. Research areas carefully Buyers are advised to do their research when seeking new towns or cities to call home. There are many factors to consider, including school district ratings, proximity to shopping, distance from work/commute times, availability of transportation, climate, and crime ratings. Before falling in love with a particular home, potential buyers can visit the area in which the home is located during a typical weekday to get a feel for the atmosphere. Check out shopping centers, observe the residents and drive by the schools and businesses. This can help paint an accurate

picture that may or may not differ from that depicted in the real estate listing. Stack the deck Working with qualified professionals who have gone through the moving process before can make for easier work for buyers and sellers. Ask for recommendations regarding real estate companies, real estate attorneys, home inspectors, insurance agents, and all of the other people who will assist with buying, selling and moving. Carefully vet these professionals, relying on third-party reviews as well as any information provided by the Better Business Bureau. Secure temporary storage It can help to put some belongings into a storage center prior to moving, and then gradually take items from the storage unit to your new home. This will free up space to make repairs to your new home and give you time to figure out decorating schemes while ensuring clutter won’t get in the way of renovation projects. New homeowners also can take their time sorting through boxes and getting rid of items they may not need in their new homes.

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The arrival of spring is a welcome occurrence for many people. Budding flowers are among the harbingers of spring. Spring flowers can revitalize winter-weary people just when they need it most - and provide reassurance that brighter, warmer and longer hours of sunlight are just around the corner. Cold-tolerant flowers are hardy enough to start blooming before the last frosts have dissipated. Other flowers will begin to fill in as days warm a little bit more, according to Better Homes and Gardens. Home gardeners looking to warm up their gardens with early blooms can use these flowers in their early-season containers, window boxes and planting beds. • Pansy: Pansies prefer cool weather, which can make them one of the best flowers to plant in early spring and late fall. Pansies come in a variety of colors, so there’s bound to be an offering that will blend with any homeowners’ landscape design. • Creeping phlox: Also known “moss phlox”, creeping phlox is a short groundcover that is a herbaceous perennial. Phlox

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• Snowdrops: Snowdrops can peek out even when there is snow still on the ground sometimes as early as January and February. But their name is actually a reference to their appearance, as snowdrops have three white petals that hang down like drops dripping off the stem.

• Lenten rose: Hellebores, also called the Lenten rose or Christmas rose, can tolerate light frosts. These blooms get their name from the time of year when they bloom, which is typically around the Christian

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• Violets: These flowers are closely related to pansies and, as a result, prefer cool seasons. Violets are generally slightly smaller than pansy blooms, but they can be just as beautiful. But as with pansies, violets will start to fade when the heat arrives. • Crocus: Crocus plants are relatively small, only reaching three to six inches in height. However, their grass-like leaves are some of the first sprouts that can be seen among bulb and corm plantings. Preferring full to partial sun, these gold, purple, lavender, white, or yellow flowers can be enjoyed during the earliest days of spring.

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Even though dust is ever-present both inside and outside of a home, when renovations are in full swing, dusty conditions are often exacerbated. Whether a home is new or old, numerous substances can be stirred up when removing walls, refinishing floors, removing tile, or expanding living spaces. These include silica from drywall, lead, asbestos, paint particles, and even waste from bugs or rodents.

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Homeowners who want to remodel with minimal construction debris floating through the air - both for health purposes and general cleanliness - may find these proactive steps helpful.

• Close vents and registers. If forced air systems are part of the home, it’s best to divert air away from the work area. Block vents and intake registers so that dust does not clog the system or transfer to other rooms.

• Prepare dust-containment plans. If a contractor is involved, it is often his or her responsibility to minimize dust. Do-ityourselfers must make dust containment a priority. Protecting the floor and keeping the dust confined only to work areas can be achieved with plastic sheeting and other barriers. • Designate an entrance and exit. The experts at This Old House say it is best to choose one doorway as the only means in

• Remove extraneous items. It’s best to remove clutter from the room, including any furniture that can be taken out of the space. This helps items from becoming dirty and hazardous particles from settling into nooks and crannies.

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Just when winter thaws out and people are anxious to enjoy the blooming flowers and luscious lawns of spring, pesky pests can appear and impact comfort levels and safety. Many pests resume their levels of activity as spring draws closer and temperatures warm up. The presence of these insects and rodents may cause problems in and around a home, which makes it essential to recognize them and avoid issues. The following are some of the more common spring pests and how to remedy infestations. Pavement ants Pavement ants are some of the most common pests residents encounter inside and outside of their homes. These ants are light brown to black with appendages that are lighter than the rest of their bodies. Small in stature, pavement ants have parallel lines on their heads and thorax, according to pest extermination company Orkin. Although pavement ants nest outdoors, they can enter homes through small crevices in search of food scraps. Their large colonies may not disappear until treatment is introduced. Keep foods in tightly sealed containers, clear counters and floors of crumbs, and address water sources, such as

leaks. Pesticides may be needed in extreme conditions. Fleas Fleas are tiny, jumping, biting pests that must find a host upon which to live. As ectoparasites, they feed on blood while living on the body of living hosts. Pets can bring fleas inside the yard and home in warm weather. According to the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program, flea larvae develop more quickly at higher temperatures. At normal room temperatures, the entire life cycle of a flea is about 18 days. Several flea control products are available to control fleas on cats and dogs. There also may be powders and sprays to alleviate flea infestations in the home. Vacuuming is also very effective in killing larvae in the carpet and at picking up adults. Wasps An errant wasp, hornet or yellow jacket may have survived winter and ridden out the colder temperatures within a home. Once the weather warms, queens will begin to look for places to lay eggs and establish colonies. Treating areas where wasps are seen entering and leaving the home is key.

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Ants are a nuisance that become more active as the weather warms. Seal holes as soon as possible. Although wasps help control other insect populations, their painful stings and potentially aggressive nature can make them challenging to have around a home. If a nest is found, hire a professional to remove it. Spiders Many spiders are not harmful enough to humans and pets to be much of a problem. In fact, spiders can be helpful to have around to control the populations of other insects.

Still, many homeowners would prefer these web-slinging friends remain outdoors. Therefore, sealing cracks in a home’s foundation and repairing small openings around windows and doors can help keep spiders out. Also, alleviating moisture issues in basements, garages or attics may keep out other bugs that would be prey to spiders. Homeowners can take the steps necessary to cut down on pests in and around their homes.

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• Install a new faucet. Instantly improve a kitchen or a bathroom with new fixtures. New faucets can provide aesthetic appeal and low-flow faucets can help conserve water. • Create a gallery on the staircase. Gather and arrange framed photos, artwork or wall accents so that they ascend the wall of a staircase. This creates a designer touch and can dress up an often barren area of wall space. • Install a fresh light fixture. Improve drab spaces with a little illumination. Better Homes & Gardens suggests replacing an existing fixture with something new and vibrant. If hanging a new fixture is not within one’s skill set, free-standing table or floor lamps also can cast a new glow on a

Large-scale renovations can greatly affect a home, but smaller projects can yield impressive results and be completed over the course of a single weekend. space. • Add molding. Molding can add instant aesthetic appeal to a room. Molding is appropriate near the floor, at the top of walls where they meet the ceiling, or even midwall as a chair rail. Some homeowners like to create framed molding on walls in formal living spaces.



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