February 15, 2022

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Parents of Highschool Juniors and Seniors Apply now for Chapter 7 Wisconsin Vietnam Veterans’ Scholarships You are invited to participate for one of up to 9 individual scholarships. Each of these scholarships are worth $500.00 each. In order to be eligible to be awarded one of these eight scholarships, you must do the following: 1. Interview a Vietnam Veteran. 2. Write & submit an essay of 300-750 words based on the insights that you gained from interviewing a veteran. Deadline is April 18, 2022. 3. Be enrolled & accepted as a full-time student (9-12 credits per semester) at any college, junior college, vocational or technical school located in the USA.

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READER ADVISORY: The National Trade Association we belong to has purchased the above classifieds. Determining the value of their service or product is advised by this publication. In order to avoid misunderstandings, some advertisers do not offer employment but rather supply the readers with manuals, directories and other materials designed to help their clients establish mail order selling and other businesses at home. Under NO circumstance should you send any money in advance or give the client your checking, license ID, or credit card numbers. Also beware of ads that claim to guarantee loans regardless of credit and note that if a credit repair company does business only over the phone it is illegal to request any money before delivering its service. All funds are based in US dollars. Toll free numbers may or may not reach Canada. WCAN (WISCONSIN Community Ad Network) and/or 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 1-800422-7128 (WCAN).

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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR), an equal opportunity employer, has 10 openings for the spring tree distribution season at Wilson State Nursery, Boscobel, WI. Packing and processing tree seedlings. Indoor work. Temporary jobs (3 to 5 weeks) beginning late March. $12.00 per hour. Apply at nursery office, 5350 Hwy 133 East, Boscobel, WI, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Or, apply online at https://wisc.jobs search job code 4574 For info call 608-375-4123 adno=270581


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OBITUARIES James Albert Baker



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James Albert Baker, age 83, of rural Viola, WI, passed away peacefully in care of his family on Feb. 3, 2022. Jim was born at St Ann’s Hospital in La Crosse, WI on September 16, 1938, to William Ellsworth and Opal Marie (Grim) Baker. Jim attended elementary school at the Elk Creek School, and graduated from Viola High School in 1956. Jim was athletic and earned his Varsity letter. He was known for his excellent baseball pitching. He developed his pitching skills throwing the ball against the barn door between changing the milking machinery on the family farm. Following his high school graduation, Jim went to Janesville to work at Fisher Body, which later became General Motors. Jim completed vocational training courses as a machinist and welding. Trips home to Viola on weekends included stops in Madison to pick up a Viola girl he was dating, June Parker. Jim and June were married September 5, 1959 in the Evangelical United Brethren Church of Viola. In 1960, Jim and June welcomed their first child, Susan. Their family grew to include Sharon and James Jr. Jim enjoyed playing fast pitch softball in his early years in Janesville. He played several nights a week for various teams. In addition to playing in the Janesville City league, and the UAW league he played for the Edgerton 7UP Rockets traveling league around south central Wisconsin. Jim and some of his GM co-workers took up bowling after getting off work late at night. In 1969 Jim’s bowling team competed in the American Bowling Congress Championship in Madison. A later hobby was shooting archery with the Janesville Bowman. Jim earned several trophies and medals and decided it was a better hobby then bowling when he shot a buck during bow season. Jim and June made many friends in Janesville through the Janesville Moose Club, The Forresters and the UAW. For years Jim and June packed up their family on weekends and spent time with their extended families in Viola. Their dream was to retire back to the Viola, WI area. In 1995, their daughter Susan passed away and Jim and June were back to raising children when their grandchildren, Eric and Lisa Anderson came to live with them. In 1998, Jim retired from General Motors after 42 years and he, June, Eric and Lisa retired to the hobby farm on Elk Creek, across the road from the farm where Jim grew up with his parents and siblings. Jim’s retirement was spent close to the many family members he loved, fishing, hunting and managing his land. Jim became interested in tree farming and was a member of the Walnut Council and Wisconsin Woodmen. He planted over 150,000 black walnut and other trees on his farms on Elk Creek and Tar Hollow. It gave Jim great pleasure to invest in the future of the land he had his roots on. When not working his forests, he was outside feeding the birds, tinkering in the garage, always with a kitty following him. Jim could be found each morning playing cards, drinking coffee and conversing with the retired men in Viola. When Covid-19 cut out the card playing, Jim enjoyed working on Cryptograms, which helped him be the best Wheel of Fortune living room player! Jim loved a good auction and always had a story about his latest “find”. Jim and June enjoyed annual fall trips to their timeshare in Branson, MO for over 30 years and often asked family and friends to travel along. Despite his attachment to rural living, Jim enjoyed trips to New Zealand and several European countries and the Caribbean. Jim was a trustee and active member of the Viola United Methodist Church. Jim is survived by his wife of 62 years, June; his children, Sharon (Steven) Willeford, and their children: Susanna, Laine, Katherine, Evan Bucklin and Gracie Willeford; James Jr. (Patti) Baker, and their children: James McCullick, Cody Dvorak, Tanya Dvorak, and Josephine Baker; Susan’s children, Eric Anderson, Lisa (C.J.) Peterson; Great-Grandchildren, Alexander and Angelica Peterson; Jim’s siblings: Alice (LaVern) Phillips, Mauretta Sanford, William (Julienne) Baker, Carol (Steve) Dortman, and Alberta (John) Baker; his in-laws: Lois Barber, Dale (Lola) Parker, Alice Parker and Sara Jane Parker, Bruce Mullendore. Jim was preceded by his daughter, Susan (Baker) Anderson; his grandson, Jack Bucklin; his siblings, Virginia (Baker) Mullendore, Floyd Baker and infant brother, Larry Baker; and his in-laws, James Sanford, Murl Parker, and Evan Parker. Jim will be remembered for his love of family and love of the land of the Kickapoo Valley. He was quick with a joke or to lend a helping hand. Special thanks to Pastor Lorri McGranahan (Viola United Methodist Church) and the wonderful caregivers of St. Croix Hospice for the support and peace they brought to Jim and his family. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Jim’s name can be made to the Viola Rescue Squad, the Viola Cemetery, or the charity of your choice. A Memorial Service will be held at Noon on Saturday, April 9, 2022, at the Viola United Methodist Church. Pastor Lorri McGranahan will officiate. Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service. Jim will be laid to rest at the Viola Cemetery. Online Condolences may be expressed at www.vossfh.com. adno=271413

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Equity Livestock Richland Center Auction & Private Treaty Sales:

Spring Sale Banquet and Fund Auction:

Friday, March 4 -- Cottonwood Sports Bar, Fennimore, WI 6:00 social hour; 7:00 buffet dinner Everyone is Welcome! For catalog or dinner reservations, call Melissa Berggren, Sale Manager by February 25 at 414-550-5114

Monday Auction: Starting at 11:00 AM with Calves, Sheep and Goats, Hogs, Slaughter Cows, Fed Cattle and Bulls.


For Richland Center Area:


Wednesday: Accepting cattle for the 2nd and 4th Thursday sale on Wednesday night 4:00 - 7:00 PM. Thursday Auction: 1st, 3rd & 5th Selling Grade and Yield at 1:00 PM. Thursday Auction: We will begin our sale at 11:00 AM. Feeder cattle first followed by Bred Beef Cows. Slaughter to follow. 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month.

February Yard A uction in Muscoda

Monday - Thursday: Accepting Cows and Bulls for Grade and Yield. For your convenience we are taking cattle Sunday evening from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.

to list your cattle or to have us look at your cattle on the farm.



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


Beginning at NOON 528 E Nebraska St, Muscoda Auction Note:





LOCATION: 901 15TH Street Prairie du Sac, WI. 2 blocks North of Prairie Street (Hwy PF) on 15th St. NOTE: After 30 years in business Terry & his brothers have decided to retire. They were excellent caretakers of their tools and machinery. Everything in the auction was tested and works. For more info call Terry at 608-643-3714 (leave message). Partial list, catalog & online bidding @ www.gavinbros.com

Ham Radio Equipment and Electronics

PREVIEW: Monday, February 21st 11 AM to 1 PM PICKUP: Wednesday, February 23rd 9 AM to 2 PM






Coins & Currency ff

Doll Collection

Antiques and Collectibles

Tools and Furniture


TRUCKS: 2014 Ford F350 Super Duty XL regular cab truck, gas, 4x4, 74,591 miles; 2013 Ford F450 Super Duty regular cab truck, Diesel, 4x4, 121,200 miles, 2012 Chevy 3500 HD regular cab truck, 4x4, gas, 143,091 miles; 1999 Ford F450 Super Duty XL Dump Truck, Diesel, 4x4, 199,950 miles. TRAILERS: 2021 Corn Pro 14’ tandem axle trailer; 1999 Olympic 14’ tandem axle trailer CONCRETE TOOLS/EQUIPMENT: 2013 Allen AR16 power buggy; 2013 Miller B-16 concrete bomber power buggy; 32’ Morrison vibra-screed; 3 - Wacker 3’ power trowels; 2 – Whiteman 4’ power trowels; Terex B424 24” edging machine; Wacker WP1550 plate compactor; Husqvarna S26 dust vac; 2-Husquvarna Soff-Cut 150 floor saws; Soff-Cut GS400 & X450 floor saws; 12’ vibra screed; Stihl TS400 cement saw; Stihl TS460 concrete cart saw w/water tank; Fascut FS600 rebar bender/cutter; concrete chutes; concrete blankets; 5” steel rails; 4” bendable forms; bow floats, groovers, trowels, strikers, & other concrete tools; other related items. SHOP TOOLS: Sanborn 60 gal upright air compressor; Clarke 100E wire feed welder; Torch set on cart; Delta 10” contractors saw; Delta drill press; 3 sections of pallet raking; Dayton 24” fan; MI-T-M 2400 PSI pressure washer; DeWalt power tools; hand and power tools; laser levels, transits; other tools & supplies. SKIDSTEER ATTACHMENTS: Bobcat 15C post hole digger w/16” auger; Bobcat 48” pallet forks; 2-60” tooth dirt buckets. TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium. Sales tax applies unless exempt. Cash or good check, Visa/MasterCard w/convenience fee. See catalog for full terms.


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TERMS: All Auction Purchases Settled on Auction Day through CASH, GOOD CHECK, CREDIT CARD OR DEBIT CARD with a 3.5% FEE.



Custom Designed & Built to Last

Prepare for unexpected power outages with a Generac home standby generator

Workshop, Toy Storage, Farm, Commercial, & Shouse

2022 SPRING BEE PRE-ORDER www.bradsbeesandhoney.com 5 Frame NUC $185 Single, Double & Pallets Available. Brad 262749-0716 (WCAN).

DAIRY BARN EQUIPMENT including: Milk tank, 2 vacuum pumps, pipeline, Stanchions, tie stalls, Patz barn cleaner, drinking cups. Platteville location. 608778-3888

SPRING CREEK’S CATTLE COMPANY would like to say THANK YOU to all that attended our annual Bull Sale. We appreciate your business. If you missed out on your pick, more bulls are available. 608-553-8070.

BIG SQUARES of Western hay. 563-419-7370. HAY ROUND BALES Good soft Grass low potassium, no rain, FREE Delivery within 100 mi. of Appleton, WI Exc for use Dry Cow Heifer & Goats 920-8780005 (WCAN).

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WANTED: HORSES and ponies. Western store available, www. ivegotbling.com. 608-341-8144.

For Info Contact Scott Implement - (608)348-6565 or to view pictures www.scottimplement.com

YOU SAW this in the Shopping News - tell everyone!

ON-SITE BIDDING and INTERNET BIDDING available sale day.

See Scottimplement.com or EquipmentFacts to register for online bidding. TRACTORS

2018 MF 7718S, DynaVT, 1800 hrs, fwa, joystick, SHARP 2014 MF 6616, fwa, cab, Dyna 6, 2125 hrs, MF951 loader, CLEAN AGCO RT120 cab, fwa, 5420 hrs, HARD TO FIND MF 6490 cab, fwa, Dyna-6 AGCO LT90 cab, fwa, AGCO FL400 loader MF 6490 2wd, cab, 1450 hrs, VERY NICE 2013 MF 7616 cab, fwa, Dyna-6 MF 5711S cab, fwa, 1370 hrs, SHARP 2002 MX220 cab, 2wd, duals, 4500 hrs MF 8120 cab, fwa MF 399 cab, fwa, loader 1993 JD 7800 2wd, 7690 hrs MF GC1705 sub compact, fwa, d, loader, 60” mower AGCO DT160 fwa, CAH AGCO RT100 fwa, CAH 2017 Kubota M7171 Premium, loader ready, cab, fwa, 1040 hrs NH Workmaster 60, 4x4, canopy, 11 hrs AC 8050 cab, 2wd, recent overhaul AGCO Allis 9670 cab, fwa, duals JD 4230 open station, quad range, 148 loader IH 766 D, open station, 8 spd, clean AC 8050 2wd, power shift Ford 3000 g, loader IH 986 AC D-19 gas, wf, new tires IH 234 compact, 2wd, D, 3pt, 540 PTO, 1657 hrs AC 6140 2wd JD 301A, wf JD 4630 cab, 2wd, 7800 hrs CIH 3688 2wd JD 4430 2wd, cab IH 1066 open station AC CA, wf IH 706 nf, G, fast hitch Kubota M108S fwa, c,a,h, rear weights JD 3032E Long 4x4 CIH 885 D, open station, loader 2005 NH TL100A cab, fwa, Bush Hog loader, FIRE DAMAGE White 125 cab, fwa, loader, WRECKED JD AR JD G JD 730 nf, JD loader JD 730 STD JD 830 Elect start JD 830 Pony JD 60 nf, ps Case 1410 D, WF, loader Oliver 1550 nf, g, needs repair IH 2001 loader 990 David Brown AC 7010 cab, 2wd, power director, bad engine

HUGE STOREWIDE LIQUIDATION SALE! We’re retiring! Thriving business for sale. WoodworkersDepot.com M-Sat 8-4, Oneida St., off 41, right at Subway, 2965 Ramada Way, Green Bay 800-891-9003 (WCAN). WANTED TO BUY: Single axle PTO manure spreader in need of work. 608-341-7067.


FS FARM 81 ACRES 2 Homes woods & creek, Exc Deer & Turkey hunting, Good Investment homes, Land Rent $14,300 per year, Great Location 5 miles South of New London, WI RARE FIND! 920-878-0005 (WCAN).

2016 NH L228 CAH, 2 spd, H&F controls, one owner 2015 NH C232 CTL, CAH, H&F controls, 2615 hrs Case 40XT, hand controls, 3820 hrs JD 125, no hydraulics Thomas 175, 2675 hrs CID open front brush mower (2) sets of Grouser cast tracks with spacers, fit 12.00 tires 6ft rubber scraper Cat post hole auger, 24” bit Several attachments, new and used


MF RB4160V rd baler, cutter, one owner, clean MF WR9870 SP Windrower, 351 eng hrs, MF 9196 double roll 16ft disc header, one owner NH 575 sq baler, thrower, sharp MF 1359 9ft discbine, 2 yrs old AGCO 3312 12ft center swing discbine Hesston 4760 big sq baler (2) Kuhn Merge Max 300 mergers (2) NH 7230 10ft discbines PMC 6 bale transport, LIKE NEW JD 337 sq baler, thrower 2019 NH 209 discbine, rubber rolls Victor 245 merger Vermeer 605 Plus XL rd baler Hesston 2856 rd baler, net, twine, 3000 bales New Idea 5209 discbine, clean one owner NH H7450 13ft discbine 2016 JD 569 silage rd baler, net, cutter, 7000 bales MF 2250 big sq baler, damaged (2) NI 5209 discbines Kuhn VB 2295 rd baler, 4x6, isobus Uni-Press silage bagger 2007 Kelly Ryan 10ft tunnel bagger JD 435 rd baler, twine New Idea 5312 12ft discbine Pequea 910 tedder, PTO drive NH 258 hyd drive rake NH 6740 3pt disc mower Kuhn Knight SR 110 speed rake JD 567 rd baler Kelly Ryan 2W-87 8ft bagger H&S 7+4 18ft chopper box NH 660 rd baler Meyer 4518 forage box, Miller Pro gear CIH MD82 3pt disc mower NI 5212 12ft discbine NH 2450 SP Windrower, 2200 12ft sickle hd, NEEDS WORK H&S 12 whl hi-cap rake Hesston V10 rake (2) Badger chopper boxes NH 415 discbine NH 256 rake NH 469 haybine Rex 14ft chopper box Gehl 970 16ft chopper box JD 244 2RW cornhead IH 35 rake IH 881 chopper, 2R corn, hay hd Badger blower Gehl 600 chopper, hay hd Brady flail chopper NI 25 pull type sickle mower JD 24T baler JD 660 rake (2) bale thrower racks H&S 7+4 chopper box, JD tandem gear

WANTED TO buy: Land. Woods, marsh, fields. Will pay $1500 per acre. Brett. 920-261-4644.

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PUBLISHER’S NOTICE - All real estate advertised in this paper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise ‘‘… any preference, limitations, or discriminations based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make such preference, limitations, or discrimination.’’ We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertised in this paper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To find out how and where to call for information about complaint filing, call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777.


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HAY: Small square bales. $3. Muscoda area. 414-403-9012. 610 BRENT 650 bushel grain cart, rebuilt gear box, new slip clutch. 608-794-2321 or 608778-3710, leave a message. RICK MILES COINS, BUY AND SELL: U.S. Coins, 40% and 90% silver, gold coins, old currency, coin collections. Also do appraisals. 608-988-6406 or 608-723-4917.


• Reline your silo w/JetCrete • Bunker silo restoration & repair w/JetCrete • Barn wall & basement resurfacing w/JetCrete • Deteriorated block & brick buildings repaired w/JetCrete


NH 165 spreader, hyd gate, one owner New Idea 3726 spreader, one owner


KUHN Slurry Hammer Kits

(2) Knight 8118 slingers H&S 370, hyd gate


(2) Kuhn Knight 8124 slingers (2) Kuhn Knight 8141 spreaders Houle 4300 tanker Better Built 2500 gal tanker NI 3726, hyd gate NH 185 hyd gate, top beater VanDale 3100 tanker 1962 Buick Invicta 2 dr, convertible, V-8, vin#611021780, 445 Wildcat, 97,180 miles (2) NI 3739 spreaders, hyd gate, top beater Knight 8014 slinger Houle 6” over the wall pump Meyers 3425 spreader 1976 Buick Electra 225, 4 dr, V-8 455 vin#4V39Y6H402459, 64,311 miles Hagedorn 180 hydra push H&S 430 spreader NI 3622 spreader JD 54, hyd gate Gehl 312 slinger Clay Honey Wagon, 1000 gal 2009 Chevy k3500 dually, 4x4, diesel, aluminum flatbed, AT, LWB, 119,600 miles, Boss V-plow, one owner 2001Freightliner FL50 dump truck, 3126 Cat, 11ft box, fold down sides, CIH 4800 22ft field cultivator Sunflower 6333-22 finisher, SHARP 2wd, 178,000 miles Krause 4800 9 sh chisel plow Krause 15ft finisher, 4 bar coil 2009 Freightliner Columbia semi tractor Land Manager sprayer McFarlane 30ft 8 bar flex harrow 2009 B&B flatbed, bh, hd tilt Brillion 9 sh stretch chisel plow Top Air TA1000 sprayer 2010 Travalong 27ft tandem dual gn flatbed trailer Sunflower 4211 9 sh chisel plow Krause 21ft disc 2005 Travalum 6'8"x20ft GN aluminum stock trailer 2003 Timberwolf 27ft enclosed snowmobile trailer Krause 7400 27ft rock flex disc 2000 Corn Pro 16ft BH stock trailer (2) Landoll 275 7sh chisel plows 2006 Travalong 6’8”x20 gn stock trailer Hardi Commander 1200 gal, 90ft booms, 1000 PTO pump, foam 2003 Dodge 2500, D, man trans, reg cab, 133,000 miles Walsh 500 gal sprayer 1000 gal crop mate tank Brillion 21ft mulcher 2007 F-250 5.4L, AT, 2wd, w/utility box and ladder racks JD 230 18ft disc Glencoe 5sh chisel plow Kewanee 12ft mulcher 1992 Wilson 42ft hopper bottom 1991 PJ utility trailer CIH 496 26ft disc Noble 12R 3pt cultivator IH 550 5 btm plow Bush Hog SH72 3pt finish mower 45ft booms for Fast sprayer Lilliston 3pt 4R rolling cultivator JD 722 13ft finisher Bush Hog SC9000 18ft finisher 2016 Polaris Ranger 570 XP, doors, 2715 miles, CLEAN (2) JD 400 rotary hoes Kewanee 10ft mulcher For-Most 375 portable chute, manual head gate, palp cage Fertilizer gravity box, auger Renn bagger hammer mill Hardi Navigator 1100 gal, 60ft, foam, rinse tank, elect controls McFarlane 14ft harrow, hyd lift JD 1710 11 sh chisel plow JD 855 Gator (2) 10ft sections of locking head gates, never used Kewanee 15ft mulcher Glencoe 7sh chisel plow 3pt disc Racom 2 way radios 3pt sprayer w/booms MM 5 btm plow IH 700 5 btm plow MC Rotary Scythe flail mower Kasco dry fert auger 4ft pasture harrow 3pt flail mower Noble 6RN 3pt cult w/side dress appl, (2) 100 gal tanks JD 332 lawn tractor Krause 25ft disc 3pt 3 sh deep ripper Pressure washer 300bu barge box w/hoist JD 15ft finisher (3) harrow sections Woods 3180 15ft bat wing cutter JD 390 3pt mower Heider 6x12 barge box Assortment of barn gutter grates Rhino TW84 3pt cutter Great Plains 1510P 15ft drill, caddy Kinze 3600 12R Imco 3pt blade Woods 3pt 6ft cutter JD 1770NT 12R Max Emerge XP, Tru count clutches, 450 gal in furrow Taylor Way 487 3pt 7ft rotary cutter (2) head gates fert, ground drive JD pull type rotary mower Kewanee 500 elevator 2015 Kinze 3200 12R White 6342 12R Wood flatbed on JD 1065 gear (2) 18.4-26 tires, rims Truax Buffalo 5ft drill, no till, dd, press, triple box (5) poly tanks, 1200 gal to 2200 gal JD 953 running gear White 6100 6R 30” planter, liq, insecticide Work platform for Sky trac telehandler King Cutter box drag Brillion 6ft 3pt seeder, hyd drive Kinze 6R w/interplants Stainless steel salt spreader for dump truck CIH 5400 20ft 3pt drill, dd, press Brillion 10ft seeder 22ft silage elevator w/motor 4”x12ft auger w/motor JD 7200 12R, Trimble 750 monitor, saddle tanks Portable head chute Loftness 8ft 3pt snow blower JD 7100 2R 3pt planter, dry fert, insecticide Owatonna 54ft bale conveyor High side woodbox w/hoist IH 955 6RN, insecticide, corn-bean drums, monitor AC snap coupler blade Several running gears IH 620 15ft caddy drill, grass, press wheels CIH 900 4RW Calf warmer, like new Agro Power pto generator Assorted rims and tires Case 12ft drill, single disc, grass, front clutches 8x8 hay feeder w/roof (3) Smidley Stainless steel 7ft hog feeders Taylor Way finish mower JD 7000 6RN, liq fert. IH 900 4R 38, dry, insecticide, Early Riser monitor IH drill (19) Smidley stainless steel hog creep feeders Several sets of duals Taylor Way rotary mower JD 7000 4RW liq fert, bean cups, monitor, fert coulters IH 56 2R planter, fert JD 10ft drill MM drill (2)10.00-20 truck tires, rims





Brent 674 grain cart, tarp Parker 605 grain wagon, tarp Brent 540 grain wagon Westfield 13x70 auger, remote swing hopper Feterl 10x30 auger JD 212 pick up hd, fits CR series NH combine Brent 610 cart JD 30 pull type combine Gleaner 20ft flex hd, R series JD 1210A grain cart Westfield 8x71 electric drive auger Behlen HL 500 dryer (4) J&M gravity boxes Center dump gravity box 6”x28ft auger, electric motor Kory 300bu gravity box 20ft head cart 8x50 auger DMI gravity box (2) Parker gravity boxes M&W Little Red gravity box E-Z flow gravity box


Row Unit Kit 900 + 1200 Series Planters

We are well stocked # ZAEJHD1635BTHD  Built-in Bluetooth on KINZE planter  7-chanel weather Band tuner parts!  IPod/IPhone **Only at La Crosse anddirect Richland control center stores**  SiriusXM satellite radio tuner compatible  Plays CDs, CD-Rs, & CD-RWs


18 Hammer Kit #79300191


30 X 5000 1mil

# ACP0492130

48” 48” 48” 51” 64” 67”

x x x x x x

9840 9840 9840 9840 7000 7000

NOTE: 5.5% Sales tax applies to certain items. LUNCH STAND ON GROUNDS SALE CONDUCTED BY:


Schuler 125BF feed wagon Lucknow 2420 TMR mixer Schuler feed wagon Roto Mix 354-128 Jaylor 5600 TMR Knight 3030 TMR Knight 4052 Botec TMR Gehl 100 mixer mill Schuler 120D feed wagon Roto Mix 414-14B mixer Kuhn Knight 3170 mixer Gehl 95 mixer mill, hyd drive Farmhand 817 mixer mill Knight 5042 TMR Hesston BP20 bale processor 20ft feeder wagon w/inserts Gehl 8335 mixer

15 Hammer Kit

AGCO Silage Film

TERMS: ALL ITEMS MUST BE SETTLED FOR THE DAY OF SALE by Cash, Check, Credit Card W/ 4% Convenience Fee. A Photo I.D is required to register. All Sales are Final. Everything is Sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS w/ No Warranties or Guarantees of any kind Implied or expressed. A $25.00 Doc Fee applies on ALL Titled- Items. Wire transfer fee of $15 is buyer’s expense. Announcements made the day of sale supersede any printed material. All items must be removed within 2 weeks of sale date.

Wisconsin Registered Auction Company #91, Registered Auctioneers: Dan Powers, Browntown, WI. - #667 -(608)966-3765 Cal Kaufman - #801 Mike Powers - (608)214-5761 Dan Powers Jr. - (608)214-1883 adno=270450

Parts in stock or on stock order* All Filters** All Packaged Oil

*Excludes special priced items displayed on this flyer **Spend $350 or more on filters and get 10% discount locked in for the rest of 2022!

AGCO Plastic Twine

AGCO White Net Wrap

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4000 x 350 4 4000 x 450 $226.00 $239.85 $239.85 $239.85 $219.85 $229.85

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AGCO Natural Twine

7200 9000 16000

28558 U.S. Hwy 14 • 608-647-8804 4 Miles East of Richland Center W W W. S T J O S E P H E Q U I P M E N T. C O M


HAY: ROUND BALES. Alfalfa 3rd & 4th crop. 116 RFV. 5x5 line wrapped. Viroqua. 608-6321526.

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5th CROP HAY: 22% protein, 158 RFV, 3 x 3 x 6.5 square bales individually shrink wrapped. Platteville location. 608-7783888.

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Sales & Service




TUES. - FRI. OPEN AT 4PM; SAT. & SUN. OPEN AT 11AM DAILY SPECIALS & FULL SALAD BAR! US Hwy. 14, Readstown, WI • (608) 629-5565

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PRE-INKED STAMPS can save you time. Let us help you today. Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center.


American Legion Bayard De Hart Post 13

Richland Center American Legion Hall Includes: Crackers, Cheese, Sour Cream, Coffee and Milk. Soda, Beer and Drinks will be sold through the bar.

Pies will be auctioned throughout the evening.

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Forms can be found on the Richland Center Athletic Booster Club Facebook page or by email forehand.amy@gmail.com.

Sunday, February 20, 2022 Shifts11:00am & 2:00pm $10 Entry All Ages Welcome

• Pre-registration Opens Friday from 5-9 p.m. • Registration Sat. 9 a.m.-noon • Wisconsin Buck and Bear Club Official Scoring • Gun Raffles and Bucket Raffles • Vendor Booths Available • Food & Beverages • Sheds are welcomed, but not scored • Trail Camera Photo Contest


Daily Specials Happy Hour Monday - Thursday • 4 PM - 7 PM

CARRY-OUTS WELCOME ANYTIME! Gift Certificates Available!

608-647-3117 • 25275 Hwy Y, Richland Center Check out our new website www.quailrungolflinks.com

Widow's Luncheon Feb. 24, 2022 11:30am Hills Manor 118 Madison St., Hillsboro

Come and enjoy lunch, visiting, and an inspirational program at no cost to you. Please RSVP to Alyssa




FEBRUARY 15, 2022

Full Moon Snowshoe Event – Ridge & Valley Tours at Wild Hills Winery – Thursday, Friday & Saturday - 5 – 9:30 pm. Wild Hills Winery, 30940 Oakridge Dr., Muscoda – Snowshoeing thru the Vineyard.

Hillsboro Girls Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:00pm Ithaca Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:15pm Ithaca Girls Varsity Basketball @ Belmont 7:30pm Kickapoo Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:00pm LaFarge Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:15pm Richland Center Girls Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:00pm Riverdale Boys Varsity Basketball @ Southwestern 7:30pm River Valley Varsity Team Wrestling Sectionals @ Home 5:00pm River Valley Boys Varsity Basketball @ Viroqua 7:15pm Weston Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:15pm


FEBRUARY 17, 2022

Raffle and Door Prizes

Quail Run Golf

REG CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL PUPPIES Vet checked/ wormed dews, $1400 No Sun Calls 715-409-3321 (495932) (WCAN).


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Ithaca Lions Annual 8 Pin Tap

at 11 AM

FLUFFY AKC COCKER SPANIEL PUPS shots/vet Super Sale Priced 920-563-3410. penny lanecockerspaniel.com (268588) (WCAN).

SELL IT HERE! 608-647-2911.

$5.00 Admission • Kids 12 & Under FREE! Entries will not be released until 5 p.m. after the show. For information contact: Jim Birch (608) 475-4963

Nerf March Mania Tournament Sign Up Now!! All Entrants Receive a Gift! Thursday Nights Open Euchre -7 PM EUCHRE TOURNAMENT - Feb. 26th - 1 PM

Pajama Party Feb. 19th w/DJ & Karaoke 8 pm - Midnight

PYRA Doodle Puppies: Most are dark red with nice white markings, 2 cream colored, 12 females and 8 males to choose from. All Puppies are very friendly and UTD on Shots. 11 weeks old, $150 or Make Good Offer. No Sunday Sales. 17016 County G Mineral Point WI.

AKC PIG PUPPIES Shots, Dews, Vet Checked, Wormed, $1200. No Sunday Calls. 715-409-3321 Lic# 495932 (WCAN).

Richland Center Community Center

Friday Special


PUPPIES FOR SALE: ⁄4 Pomsky x 1⁄4 Border Collie. Very cute and friendly. Dewormed and vaccinated, Ready now, $100 each OMO. 12516 Madden Rd., Belmont, WI.

SMALL ANIMAL-Pet Swap indoor event, Saturday, February 26 from 7-11 a.m. Pearson Hall at Jackson County Fairgrounds, Maquoketa, IA. Admission $5, ages 12 & up. Vendors welcome. More information, call Laurie at 563-212-9435 or Chuck 563689-6743.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26th • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

647-4012 Homemade Pizza / Daily Specials $ 10.95 Seafood Dinners - Cod, Tuna, Salmon & Shrimp Dinners Include - Coleslaw, Potato, Soup & Dessert

11 AM - 9 PM

PETITE BERNADOODLES, Cockapoos, Cavapoos Cavachons, Maltipoos, 2-Shihtzus, 1-Havapoo, 1-Moyen Bernadoodle, Morkies, LiC. #484991, UTD shots/wormer. We help train. www.springgreen pups.com Brenda 608-574-7931 or Dusty 920-210-7441. 3

If you would like to nominate someone for the Hall of Fame, please submit your nomination by Friday, February 25th.



GREAT PYRENEES PUPPIES, pure white, 2 males, 1 female, mother on-site, $650 OBO, 9573 Hwy. 81, Cassville, WI. No Sunday Sales.


4:30 PM Till Gone

Advanced sign up available at the Phoenix Center 608-649-7469

NEED TO SELL IT QUICK? Let IWI Classifieds help you reach 157,000 homes in Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois for as little as $31.00. Just stop in and see US at the Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center, for more information.

Sting Night/Hall of Fame will be held on April 9, 2022.

Saturday, February 19, 2022

Come and hear Evangelist Joseph Ngahlem and special guest, Evangelist Dr. Eze Elechi from Rochester, MN, originally from Nigeria. There will be Spirit-filled worship and prayer with message on deliverance and healing. Refreshments following service. Non-denominational. All are welcome. Saturday, February 19th at 6 pm at the old Bosstown Store. Located off Hwy 14 at 21280 Coppernoll Hollow Dr. Richland Center. For more information, call 608-538-3783.

FOR SALE: 3 Pomsky puppies, black, white and tan markings, very cute, shots up to date, date of birth 12/01/21, $600 each. Call for pictures. 608-732-9456.


All You Can Eat Soup & Chili Supper & Pie Auction

Proceeds will go to building upkeep.

FOR SALE: Cash only. Remington Nylon 22 Cal. C10 Model. 6.8 Western Winchester New XPR. Henry 22 Cal. Lever. 608-604-5543.

PYRE DOODLE PUPPIES: Born January 2, 2022. Mother is a great Pyrenees, Father was a standard poodle. 7 males, 3 females. Will make wonderful pets, vet checked and UTD on shots, Ready to go February 21st. Females: $550. Males: $450. MATHEW- 608723-9260.

Hillsboro Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:00pm Ithaca Girls Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:15pm Kickapoo Boys Varsity Basketball @ Riverdale 5:30pm Kickapoo Girls Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:15pm LaFarge Girls Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:15pm Richland Center Girls Varsity Basketball @ Lancaster 7:30pm Riverdale Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 5:30pm Riverdale Girls Varsity Basketball @Home 7:30pm River Valley Gymnastics Varsity Conference @ Platteville 5:00pm River Valley Girls Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:30pm Weston Girls Varsity Basketball @ Home Elementary Gym 6:00pm Weston Boys Varsity Basketball @ DeSoto New Gym 7:15pm

FEBRUARY 18, 2022

Chili/Soup Supper All You Can Eat and Pie Auction by The American Legion Post 13 - Saturday - 4:30 pm until gone. The Richland Center American Legion, Richland Center. Free Will donation. Proceeds will go to Improvements for the Building. The Knights of Columbus Bingo – Saturday - 6:30 pm Richland Center Community Center – 1050 N. Orange St., Richland Center Mobile Playland – Thunder House - Saturday 10 am – 2 pm – Richland Center Community Center - 1050 N. Orange St. Richland Center Yeti Snowshoe and Hike – Symons Recreation Complex – Saturday 6 pm registration – begins 6:30 pm. Bring your own snowshoes or hiking boots. Sign up online at https://symonsrec.com/yeti-fun-snowshoe-and-hike/ or in person at Symons Recreation Complex front desk


Annual 8-Pin Tap Bowling Tournament – Ithaca Lions – Sunday at 11 am & 2 pm – The Phoenix Center, 100 S. Orange St, Richland Center

Ithaca Boys Varsity Basketball @ LaFarge 7:15pm Kickapoo Boys Varsity Basketball @ DeSoto 7:15pm LaFarge Girls Varsity Basketball @ Royall 7:15pm LaFarge Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:15pm Richland Center Boys Varsity Basketball @ Lancaster 7:30pm Riverdale Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:30pm River Valley Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:30pm Weston Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home 7:15pm


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Born: Feb. 22, 1732 Birthplace: Westmoreland Co., VA Died: Dec. 14, 1799 Burial Site: Mount Vernon, VA Spouse: Martha Custis Occupation: Planter, soldier Political Party: Federalist Term: 1789-1797 Vice President: John Adams

3rd President

Born: Oct. 30, 1735 Birthplace: Quincy, MA Died: July 4, 1826 Burial Site: Quincy, MA Spouse: Abigail Smith Occupation: Lawyer, diplomat Political Party: Federalist Term: 1797-1801 Vice President: Thomas Jefferson

Born: April 13, 1743 Birthplace: Shadwell, VA Died: July 4, 1826 Burial Site: Monticello, VA Spouse: Martha Skelton Occupation: Lawyer, farmer Political Party: Democratic-Republican Term: 1801-1809 Vice President: Aaron Burr, George Clinton

George Washington, called the “Father of His Country,” was a surveyor, plantation owner, professional soldier and president of the United States. Born on his father’s plantation, he grew up near Fredericksburg, VA, and later at Mount Vernon, the plantation of his half-brother, Lawrence. There he studied mathematics and became a surveyor. Later, he was an officer in the Virginia militia. After the French and Indian War, Washington managed his lands around Mt. Vernon and served in the Virginia House of Burgesses. Because of his experience in the French and Indian War, Washington was named commander-in-chief of the Continental Army when the Second Continental Congress assembled in Philadelphia in May 1775. After the war, he hoped to retire, but Virginia sent him to the Constitutional Convention where he was president of that body. When the new Constitution was ratified, the Electoral College unanimously elected Washington the country’s first president. After two terms as president, he retired to Mount Vernon only to be recalled to Philadelphia in 1798 when war with France was expected. He died of a throat infection Dec. 14, 1799, after he contracted a cold while riding about his estates.

John Adams, a prosperous farmer’s son, was one of the early patriots who was President George Washington’s vice-president for both of his terms. Adams was born in Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1735. A Harvardeducated lawyer, he became identified with the patriot cause. Adams was a delegate to the First and Second Constitutional Congress. He signed the Declaration of Independence and during the Revolutionary War served as a diplomat in France and Holland. He helped negotiate the treaty of peace which gave this country its independence. From 1785 to 1788, he was minister to the Court of St. James. Elected vice-president with Washington in 1789 and 1792, he was the choice of the Federalist party to succeed the first president. Thomas Jefferson, an advocate of democracy, opposed him and was named vice-president when Adams became president. At that time, the law gave the offices to the first and second choices of the Electoral College. He got Congress to appropriate money to complete three new frigates, to build additional ships and provide for a provisional army. Near the end of Adams’ term, the capital was moved to the new city of Washington and he became the first president to occupy the White House.

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Thomas Jefferson was best known as author of the Declaration of Independence, but he had a long, successful career as a statesman and politician. He was a lawyer, governor, minister to France, secretary of state, vice-president and president. Born in 1743 in Albemarle Co., VA, he inherited some 5,000 acres from his father and a high social standing from his mother. Jefferson was an eloquent correspondent but historians note that he was no public speaker. He was a brilliant young 33-year-old lawyer when he was chosen by the first Continental Congress to draft the Declaration of Independence. After four years, the Republican Party won overwhelmingly but the Electoral College found Aaron Burr tied with Jefferson for president. The U.S. House of Representatives chose Jefferson and then added the 12th Amendment to the Constitution which required the Electoral College to vote separately for president and vice-president. The country’s third president also negotiated the Louisiana Purchase, which added Missouri and half the Mississippi Valley to the United States. He encouraged the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Pacific Northwest; started the first national highway; established the Military Academy at West Point; saw the slave trade outlawed; and kept the United States out of the Napoleonic Wars.

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Born: April 28, 1758 Birthplace: Westmoreland Co., VA Died: July 4, 1831 Burial Site: Richmond, VA Spouse: Elizabeth Kortwright Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Democratic-Republican Term: 1817-1825 Vice President: Daniel Tompkins

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Born: July 11, 1767 Birthplace: Quincy, MA Died: Feb. 23, 1848 Burial Site: Quincy, MA Spouse: Louisa Johnson Occupation: Lawyer, statesman Political Party: Democratic-Republican Term: 1825-1829 Vice President: John Calhoun

James Monroe became the United States’ fifth president on March 4, 1817, after serving in the Virginia legislature, the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention. Born in Westmoreland Co., VA, in 1758, he studied law with Thomas Jefferson after attending the College of William and Mary. Monroe was one of this state’s first senators, was governor of Virginia twice, and was minister to both France and England. He served as President Madison’s secretary of state and later as secretary of war during the War of 1812. He helped negotiate the Louisiana Purchase, and when he was president, he bought Florida from Spain for $5 million (with Spanish claims to the Northwest thrown in for good measure). He ran against Madison for president in 1810 and was defeated, but came back in 1816 to be elected. He was re-elected to a second term with all but one vote. Monroe is noted for having a strong cabinet that included John C. Calhoun, as secretary of war, and John Quincy Adams, as secretary of state. The Monroe Doctrine came into being in 1823, when the President announced his doctrine saying the United States would consider its safety endangered if European powers had authority in this hemisphere or attempted colonization. President Monroe died on July 4, 1831.


Born: March 16, 1751 Birthplace: Port Conway, VA Died: June 28, 1836 Burial Site: Montpelier, VA Spouse: Dorothea Payne Todd Occupation: Planter, lawyer Political Party: Democratic-Republican Term: 1809-1817 Vice President: George Clinton, Elbridge Gerry James Madison, this country’s fourth president, was one of the youngest of the Revolutionary patriots. He was author of the “Virginian Plan,” which proposed a government of three departments--legislative, executive and judicial--and furnished the bases for the Constitution of the United States as finally adopted. Born in 1751, Madison was brought up in Orange Co., VA, and attended Princeton University. Elected to the first Congress, he defended and interpreted the Constitution throughout George Washington’s administration. He helped write the Bill of Rights. Out of his leadership, in opposition to Hamilton’s financial proposals, came the development of the Republican or Jeffersonian Party. Madison was elected president in 1808 and was re-elected in 1812. He took office in the midst of controversies with England, caused by that nation’s blockades of France and the impressment of sailors from American ships when they were of British descent. This, and the British failure to recognize the United States’ naturalization laws, caused Madison to declare war on Britain. The conflict was to become known as The War of 1812. During this administration Madison had seen Louisiana and Indiana become states.

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Born: March 15, 1767 Birthplace: Waxhaw, SC Died: June 8, 1845 Burial Site: The Hermitage, Nashville, TN Spouse: Rachel Robards Occupation: Lawyer, soldier Political Party: Democratic Term: 1829-1837 Vice President: John Calhoun & Martin Van Buren The United States’ seventh president was a product of western pioneering who came to the White House after a career as a soldier and statesman. He was Andrew Jackson. Born March 15, 1767, in the Waxhaw district of New Lancaster Co., SC, Jackson joined the militia at 13. He was captured in the Revolutionary War. He was the first man elected from Tennessee to the House of Representatives and he served briefly in the U.S. Senate. He was also governor of Tennessee, a Supreme Court judge in Tennessee, and the first territorial governor of Florida. State political factors rallied around Jackson and by 1828, enough had joined “Old Hickory” to win numerous state elections and control of the federal government in Washington. Jackson, as president, openly rewarded his supporters with offices and declared that “to the victors belong the spoils,” from which came the term “spoils system.” The system was not new, but the frank admission of it was. When John Calhoun, his vice-president, advocated refusal by South Carolina to pay tariff duties and talked secession, Jackson defied his partisan friends and declared he would enforce the law with the army if necessary. Calhoun resigned and was sent to the Senate where he fought for secession. Only a compromise by Henry Clay, a western Whig, kept it from happening.

John Quincy Adams was the son of a previous president to serve in this nation’s highest office. His career and viewpoints were parallel to those of his illustrious father. He was born in Braintree (now Quincy) MA, on July 11, 1767, and was educated in Paris, at Leyden and Harvard. Washington made him minister to Portugal and then to Prussia. He served in the Massachusetts legislature and was elected a U.S. senator from his home state in 1803. He resigned from the Senate in 1808 to teach rhetoric at Harvard. He was minister to Russia under Madison, then minister to England and secretary of state under Monroe. He negotiated the Florida Purchase and helped write the “Monroe Doctrine.” As secretary of state, he was considered the political heir to the presidency, but the old ways of choosing a president were changed in 1824 to allow for selection by a popular choice. In the first election, where election was a personal contest, Andrew Jackson won the most popular and electoral votes of the four candidates in the race, but the House of Representatives chose Adams. Jackson came back in 1828 to ruin Adams’ try for a second term. However, he was elected to Congress and served nine consecutive terms before dying Feb. 23, 1848, in the Speaker’s Room of the House of Representatives after a stroke.


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9th President

Born: Dec. 5, 1782 Birthplace: Kinderhook, NY Died: July 24, 1862 Burial Site: Kinderhook, NY Spouse: Hannah Hoes Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Democratic Term: 1837-1841 Vice President: Richard M. Johnson

Born: Feb. 9, 1773 Birthplace: Berkeley, VA Died: April 4, 1841 Burial Site: North Bend, OH Spouse: Anna Symmes Occupation: Farmer, soldier Political Party: Whig Term: 1841, one month Vice President: John Tyler

The United States’ eighth president, Martin Van Buren, was a small man who came to the White House as an anti-slavery Democrat. Born in Kinderhook, NY, on December 5, 1782, he was a state senator, attorney general and lawyer in Albany for many years. As a young lawyer, he became involved in New York politics as a leader of the “Albany Regency,” an effective New York political organization. Jackson wanted the “Little Magician” to be his minister to Great Britain, but the Whigs in Congress refused to confirm him so Jackson put him on the Jacksonian ticket in 1832 as vice president. He won the presidency in 1836. He was immediately confronted with a financial panic when he assumed his duties as the nation’s president. Van Buren followed the Jackson program and after much trouble with the termination of the United States Bank Charter, set up the independent United States Treasury. Inclined more and more to oppose the expansion of slavery, Van Buren blocked the annexation of Texas because it assuredly would add to slave territory--and it might bring war with Mexico. He remained opposed to the extension of slavery and died during the Civil War before the issue was finally settled. He died July 24, 1862, in Kinderhook.

General William Henry Harrison, the hero of frontier days from the Ohio River to the Great Lakes, came to the White House as the oldest man ever elected president up to that time. He died a month after his inauguration. Born on Feb. 9, 1773, in Berkeley, Charles City Co., VA, he was educated at Hampden Sydney College, studied medicine under Dr. Benjamin Rush, and fought under General Anthony Wayne at Fallen Timber. “Old Tippecanoe” ran against President Martin Van Buren in 1840 and defeated him. This brave man had been a tough Indian fighter, defeating a savage band of land hungry Shawnees at Tippecanoe Creek in Indiana in 1811. The Whigs came up with the “Old Tippecanoe” while trying to cash in on the popularity of Andrew Jackson. Harrison was actually a Virginia-born aristocrat. The Whig party selected Harrison as its presidential candidate in 1840 after a contest with Henry Clay of Kentucky. His election was close in most states, but Harrison won all but a handful of them. After his election, Harrison chose Daniel Webster for secretary of state and prepared to restore the United States Bank, according to the Whig platform. Harrison caught pneumonia during inaugural ceremonies which included his 105-minute inaugural address, the longest presidential inaugural address, and died April 4, 1841.

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Born: Nov. 2, 1795 Birthplace: Mecklenburg Co., NC Died: June 15, 1849 Burial Site: Nashville, TN Spouse: Sarah Childress Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Democratic Term: 1845-1849 Vice President: George Dallas

Born: Nov. 24, 1784 Birthplace: Orange Co., VA Died: July 9, 1850 Burial Site: Louisville, KY Spouse: Margaret Smith Occupation: Soldier Political Party: Whig Term: 1849-1850 Vice President: Millard Fillmore

James Knox Polk became the United States’ 11th President on March 4, 1845. He was often referred to as the first “dark horse” candidate and he was the last of the Jacksonians to sit in the White House. The Democratic Convention of 1844 required that its presidential candidate get two-thirds of the delegate vote. Former president Martin Van Buren expected and almost won the party support. When he could not get the necessary votes, the convention swung to Polk, who had been a Tennessee legislator, congressman and governor. Polk was a graduate of the University of North Carolina. Soon after taking office, Polk sent troops to the Texas-Mexican border, which was in dispute and clashes there led to war. He declared war on Mexico in 1846 and the U.S. Army fought all the way to Mexico City before the Mexican government agreed to a peace treaty that gave the United States California and the area then called New Mexico (including Arizona and parts of Colorado and Nevada) for $15 million. A few months later, the Oregon boundary was agreed to and the march to the Pacific was complete. It was not long before gold was discovered in California and the migration west really started. He died June 15, 1849, in Nashville, TN, just three months after he retired as president.


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Born: March 29, 1790 Birthplace: Charles City Co., VA Died: Jan. 17, 1862 Burial Site: Richmond, VA Spouse: Letita Christian, Julia Gardiner Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Whig Term: 1841-1845 Vice President: Samuel L. Southard John Tyler was the first vice-president to be elevated to the office of president by the death of his predecessor. He became this nation’s tenth president when William Henry Harrison died after serving only 31 days of his term. Harrison, a northern Whig, believed in a loose interpretation of the constitution, but Tyler was a southerner who was a staunch defender of states’ rights and a strict constructionist. Born in Greenway, VA, he was a graduate of William and Mary College and had served as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates. He had opposed President Jackson, and as a senator had helped draft the resolution censuring that president for his handling of the United States Bank funds. Tyler had served frequently in the legislature, been Governor of Virginia, chancellor of William and Mary College, a representative and a senator. As vice-president, Tyler and Henry Clay had tried to dominate “Old Tippecanoe.” But suddenly president Harrison was dead, and “Tyler, too” was in the White House. Clay tried to keep power in his hands and authored a bill to establish a National Bank with branches in several states. Tyler vetoed it on “states” rights grounds and put in his own “exchequer system.”

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Born: April, 23, 1791 Birthplace: Franklin Co., PA Died: June 1, 1868 Burial Site: Lancaster, PA Spouse: None Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Democratic Term: 1857-1861 Vice President: John Breckenridge

Franklin Pierce, this nation’s 14th president, took over the White House at a time of apparent tranquility because of the Compromise of 1850, which seemed to have stemmed the tide of sectionalism. He was born Nov. 23, 1804, in Hillsboro, NH. He graduated from Bowdoin College and served in the New Hampshire House and in Congress. The son of a Revolutionary hero, General Benjamin Pierce, he was a classmate of writers Nathaniel Hawthorne and William Wadsworth Longfellow. When the Mexican War broke out, Pierce enlisted as a private and did such a good job he came out a brigadier general. Pierce was a compromise candidate in the 1852 Democratic convention, which nominated him on the 35th ballot. Two months before he took office, his 11 year-old son was killed in a train wreck and Pierce entered the presidency nervously exhausted. Pierce approved Stephen A. Douglas’s Kansas-Nebraska bill, which allowed these territories to decide for themselves about slavery and repealed the “Missouri Compromise.” During the Pierce administration, Commodore Matthew C. Perry visited Japan and made the United States’ first treaty with that empire.

James Buchanan, this nation’s 15th president, was criticized as no other president had been because near the close of his administration, the southern states seceded from the union. Buchanan, who was born April 23, 1791, near Mercersburg, PA, had served long in the U.S. Senate and House and had been minister to Russia and England and secretary of state under President Polk. Buchanan presided over a nation that was being split apart by the slavery question. His own party disintegrated into sections, a vigorous new Republican party rose, the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott decision upheld slavery, Minnesota and Oregon came in as free states, the South encouraged filibusters who promised to annex Cuba as a slave state, and John Brown staged his raid at Harper’s Ferry. Buchanan sought compromise, but to no avail. When Republicans won a plurality in the House in 1858, every significant bill they passed fell before southern votes in the Senate or a presidential veto. President Buchanan said Southern states did not have the right to secede, but also said the federal government could not legally prevent them from doing it. In the end, South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia and the rest of the states that were to make up the Confederacy voted to withdraw from the Union.

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Born: Jan. 7, 1800 Birthplace: Summer Hill, Cayuga Co., NY Died: March 8, 1874 Burial Site: Buffalo, NY Spouse: Abigail Powers, Caroline McIntosh Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Whig Term: 1850-1853 Vice President: Howell Cobb Millard Fillmore went from a log cabin to the White House to become the United States’ 13th president. He was born on a farm in Cayuga Co., NY. He apprenticed to a tailor because of his limited education and later became a teacher and postmaster in Buffalo, NY, after buying out of his apprenticeship for $30. Many details of his career were lost to history when all his private papers were burned by his son. Fillmore presided over the Senate during the months of the nerve-wracking debates over the Compromise of 1850. When he became president, Taylor’s cabinet resigned and he appointed Daniel Webster his secretary of state, thus siding with the Whigs who favored the Compromise. Senator Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois, presented five bills to the Senate: 1) admit California as a free state; 2) settle the Texas boundary and compensate her; 3) grant territorial status to New Mexico; 4) place federal officers at the disposal of slave-holders seeking fugitives; and 5) abolish the slave trade in the District of Columbia. Fillmore signed them all into law. Four years later, he became the nominee of the American party called the “Know Nothings,” and made a lively campaign but won only the electoral vote of Maryland.


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Born: Feb. 12, 1809 Birthplace: Hardin Co., KY Died: April 15, 1865 Burial Site: Springfield, IL Spouse: Mary Todd Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1861-1865 Vice President: Hannibal Hamlin, Andrew Johnson Abraham Lincoln, the backwoodsman from Illinois, came to the presidency during the “years of crisis” and the Civil War. Lincoln was elected president with only 40 percent of the popular votes but an electoral majority. His first duties were to prepare for war. He called for volunteers on April 15, 1861, and on July 21, Bull Run was fought. He was a Republican and his years in office were to do much to solidify that party’s image as he rallied most of the northern Democrats to the Union cause. He saw victory and defeat as the North and South struggled in a great Civil War. Through it all, he stood firm on the need for the people to be united as one nation. Lincoln issued his famous Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863. It declared that slaves in the confederacy were forever free. The President’s Gettysburg Address showed that he had high hopes of reuniting the nation when he said, “this nation under God, shall have a new birth of freedom and that government of the people, by the people, for people shall not perish from the Earth.” Lincoln was assassinated on April 14, 1865 at Ford’s Theatre in Washington by John Wilkes Booth. He was buried at Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, IL.

Born: Dec. 29, 1808 Birthplace: Raleigh, NC Died: July 31, 1875 Burial Site: Greenville, TN Spouse: Eliza McCardle Occupation: Tailor Political Party: Democrat Term: 1865-1869 Vice President: Lafayette Foster, Benjamin Wade Andrew Johnson, President Lincoln’s vice-president, was to become the nation’s new chief executive when John Wilkes Booth fired his fatal shot at Lincoln. Born Dec. 29, 1808, in Raleigh, NC, Johnson had been mayor of Greenville, TN, state representative and senator, member of Congress, governor of TN and a U.S. Senator. He believed in states’ rights on the slavery question but considered secession unnecessary and argued against it. Johnson was selected as candidate for vice-president at the convention of the Union Party which was a coalition of Republican and War Democrats. A month after Lincoln’s inauguration, Johnson became president. General Stanton demanded military districts and control throughout the South. Johnson was having no part of this plan and removed Stanton and replaced him with Ulysses Grant. Congress denied the right of the president to remove a cabinet member and the impeachment of Johnson followed. The Senate voted 35 to 19 against him, one short of the two-thirds vote needed to convict. He still had a lot of power with Tennesseeans and they elected him to the Senate in 1875. He died a few months later of paralysis and was buried at Greenville, TN.

Born: April 27, 1822 Birthplace: Point Pleasant, OH Died: July 23, 1885 Burial Site: New York City, NY Spouse: Julia B. Dent Occupation: Soldier Political Party: Republican Term: 1869-1877 Vice President: Schuyler Colfax, Henry Wilson Ulysses Simpson Grant, a commander of the Union Army during the Civil War, became the 18th President of the United States. He quarreled with President Andrew Johnson and became the Radical Republicans’ candidate in 1868. Grant graduated from West Point in 1843 and was sent to the Mexican border, where he distinguished himself and was twice promoted for bravery at Molino del Rey and at Chapultepec. He was stationed in Oregon and California for a time before resigning from the army. In 1840, Ulysses Grant’s father, Jesse Grant, moved to Galena, IL from Georgetown, OH and began a leather business with another man, Eli Collins. Collins and the elder Grant parted company in 1853 as friends. Jesse moved his part of the business up the street to the Nicholas Dowling Iron Store at 213 N. Main St. Grant’s two brothers also moved to Galena. They persuaded Ulysses to move there, which he and his family did in 1860. He served as a collection agent, bought and sold stock, weighed hides and made out bills for the goods. The governor of Illinois appointed him to command an unruly volunteer regiment when the Civil War broke out. He easily got his regiment in fighting shape and in no time had obtained the rank of brigadier general of volunteers. In 1863, he took Vicksburg and Chattanooga, received the thanks of Congress and promotion to lieutenant general and commander of the northern forces. During the next two years, he fought against Lee at the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor and Petersburg, took Richmond, and forced Lee’s surrender at Appomattox. Grant was re-elected in 1872 and the general’s friends in the Republican party came to be known proudly as “the Old Guard.” He died July 23, 1885, of throat cancer.

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Born: Nov. 19, 1831 Birthplace: Orange, OH Died: Sept. 19,1881 Burial Site: Cleveland, OH Spouse: Lucretia Rudolph Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1881, 6-1/2 months Vice President: Chester A. Arthur

Rutherford B. Hayes was elected the country’s 19th president in the most fiercely disputed election in American history. Hayes was a graduate of Kenyon College and Harvard Law School. Before becoming president, Hayes had been city solicitor of Cincinnati, a general in the Union Army, a congressman and governor of Ohio. The 1876 election found Samuel J. Tilden, the Democratic candidate, with 184 electoral votes and Hayes, the Republican candidate with 185 votes. There were four contested states--South Carolina, Louisiana, Florida and Oregon. The House of Representatives could not reach a decision and a law was passed creating a commission of five representatives, five senators and five Supreme Court judges to settle the contest. This group included eight Republicans and seven Democrats and they decided every contest for Hayes by a vote of eight to seven, and he won by the margin of one electoral vote. Serious railroad strikes in 1877 disturbed the nation and the first silver bill was passed. Silver dollars were created while Hayes was president. Hayes had announced in advance that he would serve only one term, and retired to Spiegel Grove, his home in Fremont, Ohio, in 1881. He died of heart disease and was buried in Fremont.

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Born: Oct. 5, 1830 Birthplace: Fairfield, VT Died: Nov. 18, 1886 Burial Site: Albany, NY Spouse: Ellen Herndon Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1881-1885 Vice Presidents: David Davis, Thomas Bayard, George Edmunds Chester Alan Arthur seemed to grow into his job when he assumed the presidency at the death of James A. Garfield after only six months in office. He was educated at Union College. He taught school at Pownall, Vermont, and studied law in New York. As a lawyer, Arthur was responsible for a ruling in 1855 that said blacks were to be treated the same as whites on street cars. Early in the Civil War, he helped organize the New York state militia and was made inspector general and quartermaster general. Arthur was a leader of the “Stalwart” wing of the Republican party and was nominated as the 1880 vice-presidential candidate to satisfy that wing of the party. Six months later, he became president. The first Chinese Exclusion Act and the Anti-Polygamy Bill were passed during his term in office, as were new protective tariffs. Arthur’s party was weakened by internal strife. His secretary of the treasury, Charles J. Folger, was beaten for governor of New York by Grover Cleveland. President Arthur retired to New York after his term ended and he died of Bright’s disease at the age of 56. He was buried in Rural Cemetery in Albany, NY.

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Born: March 18, 1837 Birthplace: Caldwell, NJ Died: June 24, 1908 Burial Site: Princeton, NJ Spouse: Frances Folsom Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Democratic Term: 1885-1889; 1893-1897 Vice Presidents: Thomas Hendricks, Adlai Stevenson Grover Cleveland is the only president who has ever been elected to two non-consecutive terms. He was the nation’s 22nd and 24th president. Cleveland was admitted to the bar in Buffalo, NY and became assistant district attorney in 1863 and sheriff in 1869. He was elected New York governor in 1882, just two years before winning the presidency. In his first term, he vetoed many bills, especially pension acts and improved the civil service while his partisans clamored for the spoils of office. He opposed silver coinage and, after one term was defeated by Benjamin Harrison, who passed the Sherman Silver Bill and the McKinley Tariff. In 1892, Cleveland did not want the presidential nomination and the Tammany organization and New York opposed him, but he was nominated and elected by popular demand to a second term. Cleveland faced acute depression when he returned to office. He blamed it on Harrison’s silver bill and had it revoked. Then he sold bonds to maintain the gold standard. President Cleveland fell out with the Illinois governor when he sent troops to Chicago, against the state’s will, to crush a railroad strike and protect the mail. Cleveland died of debility and old age and is buried at Princeton.

Born: August 20, 1833 Birthplace: North Bend, OH Died: March 13, 1901 Burial Site: Indianapolis, IN Spouses: Caroline Scott, Mary Scott Dimmick Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1889-1893 Vice President: Levi Morton President Benjamin Harrison was the grandson of the nation’s ninth president, William Henry Harrison. He was nominated on the eighth ballot at the Republican Convention of 1888, and his supporters said he was big enough to wear the hat of his grandfather, “Old Tippecanoe,” although he was only 51⁄2 feet tall. Harrison was a graduate of Miami University and had been a general in the Union Army. He practiced law in Indianapolis and became a colonel of the 70th Volunteer Indiana Infantry at the start of the Civil War. He was defeated in his efforts to gain the governorship of his state, but the voters did elect him to a term in the U.S. Senate. Grover Cleveland, his Democrat opponent, won the popular vote count but not the electoral vote. The McKinley Tariff and the Sherman Anti-Trust Bill were enacted in 1890 as was the Sherman Silver Bill. The Sherman Silver Bill was repealed when Cleveland regained the office in 1894. The Navy got a helping hand from President Harrison as he got Congress to appropriate funds for expansion and for subsidies in the first peacetime “billion-dollar” money bill, which caused House Speaker Thomas to tell critics that, “This is a billion dollar country.” He was defeated in his try for a second term.

Born: March 18, 1837 Birthplace: Caldwell, NJ Died: June 24, 1908 Burial Site: Princeton, NJ Spouse: Frances Folsom Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Democratic Term: 1885-1889; 1893-1897 Vice Presidents: Thomas Hendricks, Adlai Stevenson Grover Cleveland is the only president who has ever been elected to two non-consecutive terms. He was the nation’s 22nd and 24th president. Cleveland was admitted to the bar in Buffalo, NY and became assistant district attorney in 1863 and sheriff in 1869. He was elected New York governor in 1882, just two years before winning the presidency. In his first term, he vetoed many bills, especially pension acts and improved the civil service while his partisans clamored for the spoils of office. He opposed silver coinage and, after one term was defeated by Benjamin Harrison, who passed the Sherman Silver Bill and the McKinley Tariff. In 1892, Cleveland did not want the presidential nomination and the Tammany organization and New York opposed him, but he was nominated and elected by popular demand to a second term. Cleveland faced acute depression when he returned to office. He blamed it on Harrison’s silver bill and had it revoked. Then he sold bonds to maintain the gold standard. President Cleveland fell out with the Illinois governor when he sent troops to Chicago, against the state’s will, to crush a railroad strike and protect the mail. Cleveland died of debility and old age and is buried at Princeton.

Born: Jan. 29, 1843 Birthplace: Niles, OH Died: Sept. 14, 1901 Burial Site: Canton, OH Spouse: Ida Saxton Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1897-1901 Vice Presidents: Garret Hobart, Theodore Roosevelt William McKinley, this nation’s 25th president, was a strong advocate of the gold standard and was elected on a “sound money” platform. McKinley enlisted in the Civil War and rose to the rank of major. At the end of the war, he opened a law office in Canton, OH. He served 15 years in the U.S. House of Representatives and was twice governor of his home state. McKinley used his wealthy Republican friends and their fear of William Jennings Bryan’s silver coinage policy to win the Presidency by the largest majority of popular vote since 1872. The country was in the last days of the Depression of 1893 when McKinley occupied the White House. But he was to have troubles in other quarters. That trouble came from Spain in a controversy over that country’s treatment of Cuban revolutionists. Flamed by newspaper accounts of the treatment of these revolutionists, and being unable to restrain Congress or the American people, McKinley delivered his message of neutral intervention in April 1898. The president had been in office not quite six months when he was shot twice by an anarchist named Czolgosz while attending the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, NY. He died eight days later and was buried in Canton after lying in state in Washington.

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Born: Oct. 27, 1858 Birthplace: New York City, NY Died: Jan. 6, 1919 Burial Site: Oyster Bay, NY Spouses: Alice Lee, Edith Carow Occupation: Public official, lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1901-1909 Vice President: John M. Hay

Born: Sept. 7, 1857 Birthplace: Cincinnati, OH Died: March 8, 1930 Burial Site: Arlington National Cemetery, VA Spouse: Helen Herron Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1909-1913 Vice President: James S. Sherman William Howard Taft was this country’s “reluctant” president. He never wanted to be president, but when President Theodore Roosevelt decided that his conscientious secretary of war was to be his successor, he could not argue with his commander-in-chief. Taft graduated from Yale and the Cincinnati Law School. He became law reporter for Cincinnati newspapers and was an assistant prosecuting attorney and assistant county solicitor. He was a Superior court judge, a federal judge, U.S. solicitor-general, first civil governor of the Philippines, provisional governor of Cuba and secretary of war before he became president at Roosevelt’s insistence. Early in his administration, Taft called a special session of Congress to revise the tariff downward. Taft rarely exercised his 330 lb. bulk and often caused embarrassment for his supporters by falling asleep. In 1912, the Republicans renominated Taft and Teddy Roosevelt bolted from the party to lead the Progressives. With Republicans split, Democrat Woodrow Wilson was easily elected president. Taft became professor of constitutional law at Yale and was chief justice of the United States from 1921-1930. He died of arteriosclerosis at Washington, D.C. He was buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

Theodore Roosevelt, the “Rough Rider,” was one of the youngest men ever to reach presidential office. He took over the White House when he was only 42. Roosevelt became one of the country’s most active presidents in many years as he vigorously fought trusts and monopolies and pushed for construction of the Panama Canal in Central America. He was graduated from Harvard, sat in the New York State Assembly, been New York City’s police commissioner, and assistant secretary of the Navy, before organizing his U.S. Volunteer Calvary (Rough Riders) as a lieutenant colonel. Roosevelt was New York’s governor when he was drafted as McKinley’s vice-president. President Roosevelt, who was an active hunter, horseman and tennis player, also did much for conservation. He added to the country’s national forests and reserved lands for public use. He was easily re-elected in 1904. He tried to recapture the presidency again in 1912 on a Progressive ticket, referred to as the “Bull Moose” ticket. The former president supported the First World War in an unofficial way and died of inflammatory rheumatism at his home in Oyster Bay. He was buried there.

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Warren G. Harding was a compromise candidate who was elected president by the largest majority ever at that time. His supporters thought he was a supporter of the League of Nations, but the new president believed his election was a mandate to stay out of the League. Harding attended Ohio Central College and worked on the Star newspaper in Marion, Ohio, before buying it and becoming publisher. He also served as state senator, lieutenant governor, and U.S. senator for one term before becoming president. Harding was a Republican through and through, and it was easy for his supporters in Congress to get their bills signed into law. They eliminated wartime controls and slashed taxes, established a federal budget system, restored high protective tariffs and imposed tight limitations on immigration. The president made a trip to the Territory of Alaska during the summer of 1923, making numerous speeches along the way as he became the first United States president to set foot on Canadian soil. Upon his return to this country, he became ill in San Francisco. He died there while scandal was brewing in his administration. A special train brought his body back to Washington, where he would lie in state. Thousands of silent citizens watched the special train pass their towns.

Calvin Coolidge, a silent Vermont Yankee, became president on August 3, 1923, when Warren Harding died in San Francisco. “Silent Cal” was given the oath of office by his father, a notary public, as he stood before a kerosene lamp with his hand on the family Bible. Coolidge graduated from Amherst and was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in Northhampton, where he was later to be mayor. He served as a state senator and president of the State Senate, lieutenant governor, and governor for that state. Coolidge was an isolationist who pushed for a policy of rigid economy in government operations and reduction in taxes. He vetoed soldiers’ bonus and pension bills and other measures involving large expenditures. However, toward the close of his term, he got approval of funds for Mississippi River flood control and construction of the Boulder Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. He became very popular and was re-elected in 1924 with 54% of the vote as he ran against Democrat John W. Davis and Progressive-Socialist Party Senator LaFollette. President Coolidge firmly declined to be nominated by his party for a second elective term in 1928. By the time the Great Depression hit the country, Coolidge was in retirement. He died Jan. 5, 1933.

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Born: Nov. 2, 1865 Birthplace: Corisca, OH Died: August 2, 1923 Burial Site: Marion, OH Spouse: Florence DeWolfe Occupation: Editor Political Party: Republican Term: 1921-1923 Vice President: Calvin Coolidge

Woodrow Wilson, the nation’s 28th president, came to the White House after 25 years of teaching and two years as New Jersey’s governor. He was educated at Princeton. Wilson received a doctorate from Johns Hopkins in 1886 and was president of Princeton University for 1902 to 1910. Wilson was considered a conservative young political science professor and university president who could be elected president of the United States. First, he was persuaded to run for governor of New Jersey, and after he won, his administrations was marked with important reforms. President Wilson is best remembered for his declaration of war, which put the United States into the First World War, and for his futile fight to get this country to accept and participate in the League of Nations after the war. German attacks on U.S. shipping finally forced this country into war. U.S. troops were sent to Europe, and the war was soon over. Wilson was to begin his greatest fight-to get the United States to join the League of Nations. Congress refused to ratify the Versailles Treaty. Wilson went on a speaking tour to seek support for the treaty. He was stricken with paralysis and came back to the White House as an invalid.

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Born: Dec. 28, 1856 Birthplace: Staunton, VA Died: Feb. 3, 1924 Burial Site: Washington, D.C. Spouses: Ellen Axson, Edith Galt Occupation: Educator, lawyer Political Party: Democratic Term: 1913-1921 Vice President: Thomas R. Marshall


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Born: Jan. 30, 1882 Birthplace: Hyde Park, NY Died: April 12, 1945 Burial Site: Hyde Park, NY Spouse: Eleanor Roosevelt Occupation: Farmer, lawyer Political Party: Democratic Term: 1933-1945 Vice Presidents: John Garner, Henry Wallace, Harry Truman Franklin Delano Roosevelt became president on March 4, 1933, to lead his country out of the Great Depression and through the Second World War. Roosevelt attended Harvard University and Columbia Law School. He entered public life in 1910 as a member of the New York Senate. Over the years, he became assistant secretary of the navy under Woodrow Wilson and was the Democratic nominee for vice-president in 1920 with James M. Cox of Ohio. On May 11, 1935, he created the Rural Electrification Act. The goal was to bring electricity to America’s rural areas. He was governor of New York for two terms before being elected president by the largest vote, popular and electoral, ever recorded in a presidential election. He was to win re-election by an even larger majority. He was the first president to be re-elected to a third term in 1940. This term marked the United States’ entry into the Second World War after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. He was re-elected to an unprecedented fourth term in 1944, with Harry S. Truman as his vice-president. He conferred at Yalta in the Crimea with Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin concerning the progress of war. But Roosevelt was never to see peace restored. He died while visiting at Warm Springs, GA. His body was brought back to Washington, and buried in Hyde Park.

Born: May 8, 1884 Birthplace: Lamar, MO Died: Dec. 26, 1972 Burial Site: Independence, MO Spouse: Bess Wallace Occupation: Farmer, businessman Political Party: Democratic Term: 1945-1953 Vice Presidents: George Marshall, Edward Stettinius, Jr., James Byrnes Harry S. Truman, an almost unknown senator and vice-president, who suddenly became president when Franklin D. Roosevelt died after serving only 80 days of his 4th term. He quickly adopted his policy: “the buck stops here.” Truman had been a First World War captain, judge of the Jackson County Court, and a U.S. senator for ten years when Roosevelt picked him as a running mate. He was forced to make some of the most crucial decisions in the history of the United States. After an urgent plea to Japan to surrender after victory in Europe, Truman ordered atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Five days later, Japan surrendered Truman won election to a full four-year term in 1948, despite predictions by many that Republican Thomas E. Dewey would sweep the nation. The Marshall Plan, which helped to rebuild Europe, was adopted during Truman’s years in the White House. The Truman Doctrine came into being in 1947, when Russia-backed guerrillas tried to take over Greece, and the president had Congress send aid to that country. He had the United States enter the Korean Conflict under the flag of the United Nations when the Communist government of North Korea attacked South Korea.

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Born: August 10, 1874 Birthplace: West Branch, IA Died: Oct. 20, 1964 Burial Site: West Branch, IA Spouse: Lou Henry Occupation: Engineer Political Party: Republican Term: 1929-1933 Vice President: Charles Curtis Herbert Clark Hoover, who had been Warren Harding’s secretary of commerce, brought to the presidency an unparalleled reputation of public service as an engineer, administrator and humanitarian. He received a bachelor’s degree at Stanford and became a mining engineer. In 1900, Hoover directed food relief for victims of the Boxer Rebellion while chief engineer of the imperial mines in China. Hoover was in England when the First World War broke out, and it was mainly through his efforts that aid was given to war-devastated Belgium. Recognized as a world leader, Hoover easily defeated Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York, the Democratic choice, in an election that saw the largest total vote up to that time. He was not to remain popular long because in the financial fall of 1929, when the spiraling stock market suddenly faltered, the United States found itself in the Great Depression. Hoover became the “scapegoat” for the Depression. Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt was to sweep into office as voters looked for a new president to lead them out of the Depression.

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General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the man who had directed Allied operations in Europe during the Second World War, became this nation’s 34th president on January 20, 1953. “I like Ike” became the Republican party’s cry after they persuaded Eisenhower to run for president. He retired from active military service on May 31, 1952, and resigned from the army on July 18, before winning a sweeping victory over Adlai E. Stevenson, the Democrat’s choice. He won by a greater margin over Stevenson in 1956. Eisenhower was a graduate of the military academy at West Point and the Army War College. Eisenhower was called to Washington five days after Pearl Harbor to assume staff duties and became supreme commander of Allied Forces on June 25, 1942. He was responsible for planning and carrying out the gigantic Normandy invasion. After the war, “Ike” was army chief of staff and president of Columbia before President Truman recalled him to military duty to be Supreme commander in Europe of NATO Forces. Alaska and Hawaii became the Union’s 49th and 50th states in 1959, the first new states since 1912. President Eisenhower died March 28, 1969, in Washington of congestive heart failure at the age of 78. He was buried at Abilene, KS.

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Born: Oct. 14, 1890 Birthplace: Denison, TX Died: March 28, 1969 Burial Site: Abilene, KS Spouse: Mary Geneva Doud Occupation: Army officer Political Party: Republican Term: 1953-1961 Vice President: Richard Nixon

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Born: May 29, 1917 Birthplace: Brookline, MA Died: Nov. 22, 1963 Burial Site: Arlington National Cemetery, VA Spouse: Jacqueline Bouvier Occupation: Naval officer, author Political Party: Democratic Term: 1961-1963 Vice President: Lyndon B. Johnson John Fitzgerald Kennedy was one of the youngest men ever to be elected president, and he was the youngest to die in that office after serving just a little more than 1,000 days. Kennedy’s education was obtained in London, England’s School of Economics, at Harvard, and at Stanford University. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1941 at the start of World War II, and commanded a PT boat in the South Pacific. Kennedy was cited for bravery when his boat was rammed and sunk. Kennedy came back from the war to go into politics and become a U.S. representative from the Boston area and later a senator from Massachusetts by defeating Henry Cabot Lodge. In 1955, while recuperating from a back operation, he wrote Profiles in Courage, which won the Pulitzer Prize in history. In 1956, Kennedy almost won the Democratic nomination for vice president. Four years later, he was a first-ballot nominee for president. He was elected after a highly publicized television debate with the Republican nominee, Richard M. Nixon. During his first months in office, the first of two Cuban crises occurred. The President ordered a blockade of the island and demanded that Russia remove its missiles and reduce military forces there. On November 22, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald stood in a window at the Texas Textbook Depository building and shot and killed President Kennedy.

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Born: Jan. 9, 1913 Birthplace: Yorba Linda, CA Died: April 22, 1994 Burial Site: Yorba Linda, CA Spouse: Thelma “Pat” Ryan Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1969-1974 Vice Presidents: Spiro T. Agnew, Gerald R. Ford Richard Milhouse Nixon, who had been Dwight Eisenhower’s vice president for two terms, made a great political comeback and was sworn in as the nation’s 37th president on January 20, 1969. Nixon had been in the public eye for almost 30 years. A graduate of Whittier College, Nixon attended Duke University Law School and was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from California in 1946. He gained some national attention when, as a member of the House UnAmerican Activities Committee, he forced a showdown resulting in the Alger Hiss perjury conviction. He was elected to the Senate in 1950 and was vice president in 1952 and 1956. He was the Republican nominee for president in 1960 and lost to John F. Kennedy by the closest popular vote margin. Nixon was defeated for the California governorship in 1962, but through his diligent work for the Republican cause, was able to gain the nomination and presidency in 1968 by beating Senator Hubert Humphrey. He completed withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam and won a second term in 1972 after visits to Red China and Russia. Revelation of taped conversations led the House of Representatives to vote for impeachment indictments against President Nixon. Before the Senate could begin impeachment proceedings, Nixon resigned and Gerald Ford pardoned him after becoming president.

Born: July 14, 1913 Birthplace: Omaha, NE Died: Dec. 27, 2006 Burial Site: Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, Grand Rapids, MI Spouse: Elizabeth Bloomer Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Republican Term: 1974-1977 Vice President: Nelson Rockefeller Gerald R. Ford is this nation’s most unique president in that he never came to office by the electoral process. Richard Nixon tapped Ford, House minority leader, to be his vice president after the resignation of Vice President Spiro Agnew, who was under fire for tax evasion. Ford, a middle-of-the-road Republican, was born July 14, 1914 in Omaha, NE. He graduated from the University of Michigan, where he was selected as most valuable player on that school’s football team. Ford, a graduate of the Yale Law School, joined the Navy in 1942 and served for four years during World War II, coming out in 1946 as a lieutenant commander. He spent 25 years in the House, eight of those years as Republican leader. President Nixon picked Ford as his vice president in 1973 and he was sworn into office on December 6, 1973, after the Senate and House approved his nomination under the provision of a recently passed constitutional amendment. Ford became president on August 9, 1974, when President Nixon resigned in the face of mounting political pressure resulting from the Watergate investigation. Ford’s popularity grew during his first years in office as he directed a dramatic rescue of the merchant vessel Mayaguez and its 39 crew members and the dramatic Apollo-Soyuz “handshake in space.” In 1980, Ford was defeated by Jimmy Carter, who campaigned on the need for change.

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Born: Feb. 6, 1911 Birthplace: Tampico, IL Died: June 5, 2004 Burial Site: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, CA Spouse: Jane Wyman, Nancy Davis Occupation: Actor Political Party: Republican Term: 1981-1989 Vice President: George Bush President Ronald Reagan, who created the “Reagan Revolution,” aimed to strengthen the American economy, build up U.S. military defense and reduce Americans’ reliance on government. On February 6, 1911, Ronald Wilson Reagan was born in Tampico, IL. He attended high school in Dixon and went on to Eureka College, where he studied economics and sociology. After graduating from Eureka, Reagan worked as a radio sports announcer until he landed a Hollywood acting contract in 1937. Reagan took a strong stance against Communism in his position as president of the Screen Actors Guild. As a television host, he began touring the country and became a spokesman for American conservatism. In 1966, he was elected governor of California and was re-elected in 1970. When Reagan decided to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 1980, he chose George Bush as his running mate. Reagan won the election in a landslide victory over Jimmy Carter. During his two terms, Reagan pushed through a Democratic Congress his program for stimulating economic growth, cutting taxes, curbing government expenditures and increasing defense spending. Reagan left office in 1988 as a popular president, but marred by the budget deficits and savings-and-loan industry scandal that occurred during his administration.

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Born: June 12, 1924 Birthplace: Milton, MA Spouse: Barbara Pierce Occupation: Businessman Political Party: Republican Term: 1989-1993 Vice President: J. Danforth Quayle

Born: August 19, 1946 Birthplace: Hope, AR Spouse: Hillary Rodham Occupation: Law school professor Political Party: Democratic Term: 1993-2001 Vice President: Albert Gore, Jr.

George Bush’s campaign slogans to build a “kinder and gentler nation” and to allow “no new taxes” ushered the vice president into the White House in 1988. George Herbert Walker Bush was born in Minton, MA, on June 12, 1924. After graduating from Phillips Academy in Andover, Bush enlisted in the armed forces on his 18th birthday. Bush became a seaman second class and eventually was the youngest Navy pilot to receive wings. During World War II he flew 58 combat missions and received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his bravery after being shot down at sea. In 1945, Bush married Barbara Pierce and began what would become a family of six. It was also in 1945 that Bush entered Yale University where he studied economics. After Bush lost a bid for the Republican nomination in 1980, he accepted Ronald Reagan’s invitation to serve as vice president. He served for eight years. In 1988, he was elected president. In 1990, he agreed to a tax increase, contradicting his famous “read my lips – no new taxes” creed. Bush oversaw allied military success in the Persian Gulf War in 1991 and presided over the downfall of Communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe and negotiated deep arms cuts with Russian leader Boris Yeltsin.

William Jefferson Clinton became the nation’s youngest governor in 40 years when he took office in Arkansas in 1978. Born in Hope, AR, on August 19, 1946, Clinton received a bachelor’s degree from the Georgetown School of Foreign Service in 1968 and studied as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, 1968-1970. He obtained his law degree from Yale University in 1973. Unsuccessful in a bid for a U.S. House seat in 1974, he was elected attorney general of Arkansas in 1976. He was elected to the first of five terms as governor at the age of 32, succeeding Democrat David Pryor, who was elected to the U.S. Senate that year. His campaign to run again for Arkansas’ highest office proved successful for Clinton in 1990, as he won re-election by defeating five challengers in the primary and overpowering Republican multimillionaire Sheffield Nelson in the election. Clinton, named chairman of the centrist Democratic Leadership Council in 1990, resigned that position in August 1991 when it became clear that he was running for president. Clinton won the presidency in 1992, campaigning on the need for change to rescue the country from an economic recession.

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Mr. Joe Biden was raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and New Castle County, Delaware. Biden studied at the University of Delaware before earning his law degree from Syracuse University in 1968. He was elected a New Castle County Councillor in 1970 and became the sixth-youngest senator in American history when he was elected to the U.S. Senate from Delaware in 1972, at the age of 29. Biden was a longtime member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and eventually its chairman. He also chaired the Senate Judiciary Committee from 1987 to 1995, dealing with drug policy, crime prevention, and civil liberties issues; led the effort to pass the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act and the Violence Against Women Act; and oversaw six U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings, including the contentious hearings for Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas. He ran unsuccessfully for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1988 and again in 2008. Biden was reelected to the Senate six times, and was the fourth-most senior senator when he resigned to serve as Barack Obama’s vice president after they won the 2008 presidential election; Obama and Biden were reelected in 2012. In January 2017, Obama awarded Biden the Presidential Medal of Freedom with distinction. Biden was elected the 46th president of the United States in November 2020 making him the oldest president in US history. He defeated the incumbent, Donald Trump, becoming the first candidate to defeat a sitting president since Bill Clinton defeated George H. W. Bush in 1992. The election saw the highest voter turnout since 1900 with Biden receiving more than 81 million votes, the most votes ever cast for a candidate in a U.S. presidential election. Joe married Neilia Hunter August 27, 1966, together they had 3 children Joseph R. “Beau” Biden III, Robert Hunter Biden and Naomi Christina “Amy” Biden. December 18, 1972 Neilia and their oneyear-old daughter Naomi were killed in an automobile accident while Christmas shopping in Hockessin, Delaware. In 1975 Biden met his 2nd wife, teacher Jill Tracy Jacobs on a blind date and were married at the United Nations chapel in New York on June 17, 1977. They had one daughter, Ashley Blazer, who was born in 1981. His son, Beau Biden, died of brain cancer in 2015.



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FOR RENT in RC: 1 bedroom lower apt and 1 bedroom upper apt. Same building. Rents $525 each with $525 deposit each. All utilities, stove and refrigerator included. No dogs, reptiles or ferrets. No smoking inside. (608) 583-2324 or 608 604-6235 or tcrentals@mwt.net.



CUSTOM PRINTED LABELS: Many sizes, shapes, and colors to choose from. Free estimates. Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center, 608-647-2911.

FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. Full basement, 1 car garage, newer roof and furnace. $98,000 plus all closing costs. 304 Maple Street, Monfort, WI. 608-739-3442.






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Paul & Chris Breininger - Brokers/Realtors Pam Bowlin, Herb Thomas, Jerry Beranek, Starr Nelson adno=272300

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Working To Be The Best For 72 Years

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DONATE YOUR CAR TO CHARITY. Receive maximum value of write off for your taxes. Running or not! All conditions accepted. Free pickup. Call for details. 855-752-6680 (mcn).



Owner, Greg Schoepp

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Richland Center • County Hwy. Y • Off Of Highway 80

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Stop in today for your CASH$$$ Reasons to do business with Fillback Family of Dealerships


Buying Wrecked Vehicles, Tractors, Farm Machinery, Copper, Brass, Aluminum and Aluminum Cans.

1. Where the Customer is first since 1948 2. Award winning Certified Service Staff willing to do whatever it takes to take care of our customer and fix it right the first time

Your Donated Vehicle Can Help Change A Life!

3. Certified and experienced low pressure sales staff working hard to find the very best vehicle to fit your needs at the best price

For forty years Rawhide has been helping court-referred and at-risk young men from communities like yours. Each year thousands of people donate their vehicles to help the young men. Many donors find the fair market value of their vehicle exceeds the trade-in value. Proceeds from the sale of donated vehicles, trucks, boats, RVs, campers, and real estate have given hundreds of young men an opportunity to change their lives.

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Call Today 1-800-RAWHIDE or visit.rawhide.org

5. Seven great brands Ford, Chevy, Buick, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge & Ram at great prices

PHOTO CLASSIFIED for only an additional $5.00, you can add a picture to your classified ad by calling 608-647-2911.

WANTED OLD Kawasaki 1000, 900 and 750 Motorcycles and Parts. Any Condition. Top Dollar Paid. 408- 202-6481 (mcn). YOUR CAR, BOAT OR MOTORCYCLE helps Rawhide provide mental health services that redirect local Wisconsin youth & adults from harmful decisions. Donate Today! 888653-2729 (WCAN). IF YOUR market area extends beyond our circulation area of the Richland Center Shopping News, call us at 348-2374 or 1-800-236-2537 and ask about the coverage area of our other Shopping News publications.

6. Fillback Family of Dealerships Certified Pre-Owned vehicles that have passed our rigorous 101 point inspection process

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We Work With All Insurance Companies


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