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The Richland County Transportation Program is coordinating bus rides to different cities on Monday’s for grocery shopping. Reservations are required. Please contact the Aging and Disability Resource Center at 608-647-4616 with questions and to make a reservation. Space is limited. The bus leaves Richland Center @ 8:30 and returns from destination city no later than 2:00. The cost is $5.00 per person!


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NAME OF BUSINESS: Clary Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Center Year established: 2011 Tell us a little about your business: What do you do? We provide all aspects of funeral service with the most updated modern funeral home facility available. How many “neighbors” do you employ? We currently employ 2. Recognizing you can do business anywhere….why are you here? Theresia and I grew up in Richland County and love the community. What is one thing you wish The Folks at Clary Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Center are always everyone knew about your “Thinking Local” . business? Our staff is committed to giving you compassionate quality service, while keeping the lowest possible cost in your greatest time of need. What makes your business unique? We are a unique funeral home in nearly every way. We provide a unique home like atmosphere for funerals including: a large comfortable family room entrance, kids play room, warm comfortable chapel with padded chairs. We provide life tribute video’s on tv’s in every room. We have a large family kitchen/dining facility in the same building. Other than providing jobs and paying taxes what are some other ways your give back to the community? I have been a volunteer fire fighter in Richland center for almost 20 years. I have been an active president of the local Ithaca Lions Club for several years. Also, I am a volunteer 4-H softball coach and girls high school softball coach. Parting thoughts…. please share anything else you’d like our readers to know. That we have a sincere and deep thank you to all of the loved ones and their families for trusting in us and helping support us in our new funeral home business. It is greatly appreciated. Address: 26777 Jelland Drive, Richland Center Phone: 608-647-6390 Email: Tune into WRCO this Wednesday during the news at noon and listen in as they interview the folks at the All American Do-It Center. Be sure to watch this page next week to learn more about Archie Monument of Richland County.

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Call the SW Job Center, 608-822-2334, or visit This event is made possible by the Business Services Team of Southwest WI, including but not limited to the following: SWTC, SWCAP, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development – Job Service SW, Office of Veteran Services, and Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), and the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB). SWWDB operates with funding from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. If you need this printed material interpreted to a language you understand or in a different format, or need assistance in using this service, please contact us at 608-314-3300. Deaf, hearing or speech impaired callers may reach us by the Wisconsin Relay number 711.

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Kevin & Patsy Alderson: Barns Without Corners and Letters Home to Sarah Lisa Gammon Olson: Dust Flowers and Sewing in the Magic John Yilek: Stories of Norway and History of Norway

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The Richland Center Shopping News has been delighted to sponsor a hat and mitten drive for the past several years. Your generous donations are distributed via the Salvation Army to individuals in our area. The need within the community continues to be great. Once again, this year in an effort to expand our collections we’re also looking for individuals who knit or crochet. If you don’’t know how to knit or crochet you can still be involved by making a donation of yarn or money for us to purchase supplies. We will match up our volunteer crafters with the materials that are donated. The crafters will create warm, handmade winter accessories that are sure to be appreciated by many within the county. Donations of materials or cash can be made at the Shopping News, 272 N. Main Street, Richland Center. Please hurry! We need to start now to ensure we have a large collection for the winter season. Our deadline is November 1st so we can deliver to schools and the Salvation Army.




ARTISANS Acanthus Carving by Taylor Johnson Flat Plane Carving by Judy Gates Rosemaling by Gold Medalist Karen Hankee Hardanger by Mary Daines Norwegian Genealogy with Blaine Hedberg



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About a year and a half ago, Joanne Amell began having problems with her knee, including severe pain and the inability to walk without a cane. “You could probably hear the bones grinding when I walked,” Joanne said. Joanne began exploring pain management options with Dr. Thomas Beck, Richland Hospital Orthopedic Surgeon, who later determined she needed a knee replacement. After working with therapy post-surgery, Joanne returned to work 8 days later! “I had no problems at all, my knee healed perfectly. This surgery hardly interrupted my life!”

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September 12, 2017 William F. Schaller, 86, of Richland Center, died Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at his home. He was born on October 15, 1930 in Bunker Hill, Illinois the son of Frank and Elsie (Bort) Schaller. He was raised on a Dairy Farm there in Bunker Hill, Illinois. Bill graduated from Bunker Hill High School in 1948 and the University of Illinois in 1955 with a Degree in Agriculture. On August 22, 1953, Bill was united in marriage to Martha Davis in Bunker Hill, Illinois. From 1955-57, he served his country in the US Army as an Instructor in the Field Artillery at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Bill trained as a Conservationist for the USDA Soil and Water Conservation Service before and after his military service in several field offices in Southern Illinois. In 1959 he became the District Conservationist of Clay County. He then served as the District Conservationist for 11 years in Vandalia, Illinois. He was also the District Conservationist in Rockford, Illinois. In 1973 he and his family then moved to Richland Center, Wisconsin continuing his career as an Area Conservationist until his retirement in 1994. Bill and Martha owned and operated The Schaller’s Christmas Tree Farm from 1994 until 2014. Bill has been an active member of the Richland Center Lion’s Club, with over 50 years of service in the club in both Illinois and Wisconsin. He has also been actively involved in member-


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September 12, 2017 Ronald Aston Warner, 84, of Muscoda died Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at the Richland Hospital. He was born on February 15, 1933 in Winfield, Missouri the son of Charles and Pearl (Billiel) Warner. Ron worked at a sawmill in Muscoda. He spent many hours mowing lawns, cutting wood, and working on motors. Ron enjoyed all of his cats, watching television and going on walks. Ron is survived by his twin brother Donald (Shirley Kilby) Warner of Richland Center; brother: Charles Warner of Rockford, IL; sister: Margaret Westphal of DeForest; sister-in-law: Sue Warner of Grand Marsh, WI; former sister-in-law Loretta Warner of Richland Center; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Ron was preceded in death by his parents Charles and Pearl, brother Earl Warner, Clyde Warner, sister Doris (Elmer) Christianson, brothers-in-law Otto Westphal and Elmer Christianson, and sister-inlaw, Kay Warner. Funeral services were held on Monday, September 18, 2017 at 10:00 AM at the Pratt Memorial Chapel, with burial in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. A visitation was held on Monday, September 18, 2017 at the Pratt Memorial Chapel from 9:00 AM until the time of the service at 10:00 AM. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. Online condolences can be made at




ship at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Richland Center, Wisconsin. Bill is survived by his wife of 64 years, Martha and their 5 children: Roger (Martha) Schaller of Morgan Hill, CA; Ron (Sarah) Schaller of Magnolia, TX; Russell (Dianne) Schaller Gilbert, AZ; Rhett Schaller of Mount Airy, NC; Rachel (Eric) Koegel of Richland Center, WI. 12 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; Sister-in-law: Alice Schaller of Bunker Hill, IL; Special friend Carolina Bailey of New Orleans, LA and her daughter Dr. Annie Bailey of Baltimore, MD; Many loving nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Bill was preceded in death by his parents and brother George Schaller of Bunker Hill, IL. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 AM at St. John’s Lutheran Church on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 with Reverend Jerry Folk and Reverend Craig Peach officiating. A visitation was held on Monday, September 18, 2017 at the Pratt Memorial Chapel from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM and again at St. John’s Lutheran Church on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 from 10:00 AM until the time of the service at 11:00 AM. The family of Bill Schaller suggests memorials be directed to St. John’s Lutheran Church, the Lion’s Club, or a charity of your choice. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. Online condolences can be made at prattfuneralservice. com.

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87TH VIOLA Welcome from all our local businesses to the HORSE & COLT SHOW!


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RAFFLE with Top Prize of $5,000


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3rd Shift Positions General Labor Production Operator Quality Assurance Tech Maintenance Tech One week of paid time off in the first year of employment! Days vary and may include weekends.

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UNIVERSAL Finisher - Second Shift Previous painting and shipping experience a plus.

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Fabricators CNC experience desired (M-Th., 2:30 p.m.-11 p.m., Fri., 1:30 p.m.-10 p.m.) • Benefits generous paid time off to include paid vacation and sick time, insurance, paid STD and LTD insurance, 401K with employer match, flexible spending account. • Standard 5 day work week, plus some mandatory and voluntary overtime. Applications can be faxed to 608-739-3927 or apply in person at:

815 E. Industrial, Muscoda, WI 53573


• Dental, vision, health, and life insurance • Company matched 401k • Paid time off • Disability coverage • Tuition reimbursement • Opportunity for advancement • Free visits at the Worksite Wellness Center

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

Seeking a full time Independent Living Specialist for our Richland Center office. This Specialist will promote consumer directed services to persons with any disability, and is responsible for providing information & referral, skill training, peer support, advocacy, and Home Modifications and Assistive Technology assessments (will provide training). Full time benefits include: Health insurance, Dental, Employee-sponsored Vision, Short-term and longterm disability, EAP assistance, and generous time off. Successful applicants must have: • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or other related field, or equivalent education and experience • Two years of documented experience working with people with disabilities, or firsthand experience with a disability • Knowledge of disability rights and IL philosophy • Knowledge of the service system, benefits, entitlements, supports available to persons with disabilities, and other community resources • Ability to develop and implement effective skill training programs, and goal development • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in written form • Strong computer skills • An insured vehicle and valid driver’s license or ability to arrange own transportation • Willingness to learn new skills

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AAM’s Reedsburg Manufacturing Facility has various full time positions available for career minded individuals. Incentive based positions are available.

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Must be able manage a team of 5-15 associates including accountability, coaching/mentoring, disciplinary actions, scheduling of employees, assist in creation and implementation of food safety policies as well as production policies, work on the production floor 90% of your day, open to continual education for obtainment of necessary licensing, weekend work required. Pay will be hourly or salary based on experience upwards of $20 - $30/hr starting. Must have 5 years of management experience; Dairy industry preferred. Cheesemaker Assistant (multiple shifts available)

Richland Center Premier Cooperative has the following seasonal career opportunities in our grain division. Drivers (Class A or B CDL required), scale operator, dryer operator and grain unloader. Stop by the Richland Center office for an application or email your resumé to or call 1-888-723-7555. adno=538043-01

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MEDICAL TRANSPORT drivers needed. Bullet Cab is looking for drivers in and around Richland Center. Candidates must be 25 years and older with clean driving record. We pay $9.50HR, company will provide the vehicles. Please contact 608-797-2511 608-4061420

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Kraemer Brothers is looking to fill multiple positions for various upcoming projects. One of Wisconsin’s leading construction companies, Kraemer Brothers consistently provides competitive hourly wages, along with a safe and challenging work environment. Qualified females, minorities and veterans encouraged to apply.


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Machine Operators - Start at $15.00 per hour. After training period, motivated team members earn up to $20.00 per hour through incentives.

Entry Level Positions - Start at $13.00 per hour. After training period, motivated team members earn $14.00 per hour or more through incentives.

All 2nd and 3rd shift positions will receive a $1.50 per hour night bonus

EXPERIENCE MODERN, STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES Excellent Profit Sharing Plan Medical and Life Insurance Paid Holidays and Vacations Qualified Applicants will have following skills: Highly motivated & self-starting Good attendance Mathematical proficiency Mechanically inclined Prior experience operating machinery & industrial equipment is a plus Vocational & technical training is a plus Please Apply at: 810 East Nebraska Street Muscoda, WI 53573 Phone: 608-739-3171 Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Sielaff Corporation in Mineral Point,WI, has an exciting opportunity for a creative Solidworks Designer on our first shift. In this role you will be converting customer requirements into detailed fabrication drawings and designing new products and furniture components as it relates to the manufacturing of indoor and outdoor contemporary modern furniture. Previous experience with the creation of typical component fabrication and assembly drawings and knowledge of fabrication, welding, and machining is a plus. You will have the opportunity to manage projects, create and revise drawings, transfer drawings into blueprints, and create engineering documentation. The ideal candidate will have a proficiency with Solidworks, experience with Microsoft Office, familiarity with shop fabrications methods (ie. machining, welding, grinding, finishing) and have previous drafting experience, good time management skills, excellent communication skills, the ability to multi task, good work ethics, and be a positive team contributor. Previous experience with metal component design and detailing is a plus. Interested candidates should forward a resume with salary requirements to



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Junior Varsity Girls Basketball Varsity Assistant Track Middle School Wrestling Middle School Girls Basketball Middle School Assistant Track Application Deadline: Until filled. How to Apply: Candidates interested in applying for these positions should mail the following information: district application (support staff) which is found on our website at to: School District of Ithaca Dan Rice 24615 State Hwy. 58 Richland Center, Wisconsin 53581 608 / 585 - 2512

The Ithaca School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Educator. The school district does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, political affiliation, disability, sex or sexual orientation, age national origin, citizenship, handicap, marital status, ancestry, color or any other reason prohibited by state or federal law. Employees of this District are required to comply with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments.

Sielaff Corporation in Mineral Point, WI, has exciting opportunities available on our first and second shift. Work hours would be Monday throughThursday from 6:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. for first shift and 5:00 p.m. - 3:30 a.m. for second shift. If we work overtime, the hours would be on Fridays from 6-2 for 1st and 2-10 for 2nd shift. Candidates will have previous experience using power tools, grinders, or buffing/polishing tools. Candidates should be looking for a long-term career with the possibility to expand their skills as we grow, good work ethics, detail oriented, and be a positive team contributor. If you are interested, please forward a resumé to or apply in person at 1011 Dodge Street Mineral Point


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Ithaca School District has the following openings for the 2017-18 Sports Seasons:

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Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field is required. State Social Worker certification or eligibility is required, as well as a valid drivers license and transportation. Local availability for emergency on-call rotation is also required. Current starting salary of $20.53 per hour with steps to $23.27 for a certified Social Worker ($19.08 starting salary for non-certified Social Worker with steps to $21.73). Excellent County health, retirement, and other fringe benefits. Visit our website at for a full description of the position, benefits, and application requirements. Deadline is 3:00 pm on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.


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Sielaff Corporation in Mineral Point, WI, has exciting opportunities available on our second shift. The work hours are Monday throughThursday 5:00 p.m.-3:30a.m. and 2:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. on Fridays if we are working overtime. Candidates should have previous schooling or welding experience in either MIG or TIG welding. Candidates should be looking for a long-term career with the possibility to expand their skills as we grow, good work ethics, detail oriented, and be a positive team contributor. If you are interested, please forward a resumé to or apply in person at 1011 Dodge Street Mineral Point


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Offer available from August 1, 2017, through October 2, 2017. Subject to approved credit on Revolving Plan, a service of John Deere Financial, f.s.b. For consumer use only. No down payment required. After promotional period, interest will accrue at regular Revolving Plan rate. Other special rates and terms may be available, including financing for commercial use. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. 2 0% APR for 60 months on an X739 Signature Series Tractor. 0% APR is for 60 months only. 3 4.9% APR for 48 months on a new X350 Lawn Tractor. 4.9% APR is for 48 months only. 4 Offer valid from August 1, 2017, through October 26, 2017. Get $200 off a new S240 Lawn Tractor. Offer, prices and savings are in U.S. dollars and available in the U.S. only. Ask your dealer for details. *The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s website for additional information. **Term limited to years or hours used, whichever comes first, and varies by model. See the LIMITED WARRANTY FOR NEW JOHN DEERE TURF AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT at JOHNDEERE.COM. John Deere, the leaping deer symbol, and green and yellow trade dress are trademarks of Deere & Company. adno=518984-01 A0D03KKBU2A71054-00041404 1

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H&S 16’ steel sided chopper box, 2 auger unload. Hayrite 90 degree bale turn, Gehl 600 chopper. 608604-5254

MAYRATH TRANSPORT auger, STANDING TIMBER wanted, FOR SALE: 12’ Jamesway silo 10”X32’, with 10 hp motor, nice, including walnut. Take the guess work out of logging your timber. unloader ring drive. 608-537- $2,000. 608-574-8177. We cut & skid your timber on a 2372. MAYRATH TRANSPORT auger, percentage basis, lay the logs out FOR SALE Combine 1440 IH 10”X40’, with 7.5 hp motor, nice, for a minimum of 3 price bids & $2,000. 608-574-8177. Axial Flow, 3,098 Hrs., with corn sell to the highest bidder. Money and bean head. 608-983-2705 TRANSPORT AUGER, 10”x32’ in your hand before the logs leave FOR SALE JD 1210 grain cart. PTO, nice, $1,800. 608-574-8177. your property. Free estimates. Call Clark Logging. Rod Clark, 608-604-5254 WANTED: GOOD rubber cow 608-732-1848. Ron Udelhoven, mats also good calf huts. 608SAVE YOUR ENERGY - Use 608-732-5575. 943-6455. ours. Sell it in a Classified. RUPP’S WHITEWASHING is now sold to Windy Hill Whitewashing. If you need your barn Whitewashed, send your number and I will call back to schedule an appointment. Enos Stoltzfus, 10222 West Dobbs Rd., 10126 Circle Rd., Lancaster, WI 53813 Darlington, WI 53530.

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Tim Slack Auction & Realty, LLC Auctioneer, Appraiser, Real Estate Broker

525 Lincoln Avenue 10126 Circle Road 144 N. Madison St., STE B Fennimore, WI 53809 Lancaster, WI 53813 Lancaster, WI 53813 (608) 822-3454 (608) 723-4020 (608) 723-4413


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CENTRAL BOILER certified Classic Edge OUTDOOR FURNACES. Exceptional performance and value. Chimney Specialist in Highland. 800-3956660. CUSTOM COMBINING: Corn or soybeans. Grain cart and trucking available. Sauk, Richland, Vernon and surrounding areas. Josh Gerike. 608-381-2209. AUCTION - Saturday Oct. 14th, 1PM 400 CONTIGUOUS ACRES! To be sold in parcels or as a whole. Hardwood ridges, some low land. Excellent hunting. Miles of gravel roads. 2 miles east of Mattoon on Swamp Road. OPEN HOUSE: Sunday Oct. 1st, 1-3PM. Nolan Sales LLC, Marion, WI 800472-0290 or www.nolansales. com WI Lic. Auctioneers #165 & 142 (WCAN) ANGUS, RED ANGUS, LIMFLEX AND LIMOUSIN BULLS, Carcass ultrasound data, semen tested, large selection, delivery. Spring Creeks Cattle Company. 608-553-8070. FOR SALE: Hampshire Rams and ewes. 608-732-4802.

BUYING ANY size Harvestore R&W BULL 18 mo., Red silos. Badgerland Silo, 9318 BurstDamn EX, 33,000, solid famKussmaul Road, Mount Hope, WI. ily. 608-723-7845.


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Please call Michelle at 608-343-5490 or Bob at 608-343-5440 or write N241Santas Loop, Wonewoc, WI 53968. Consignments can be checked in Sept. 28-29 from 9am-5pm and Sept. 30 until time of sale. If needed call to set up other arrangements.

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DATE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2017 TIME: 10:00AM LUNCH: LAURIE'S LUNCH BOX! LOCATION: Located 7 miles north of LaFarge or 6 miles south of Ontario on Hwy. 131 to County Hwy. P then east 3 miles to Valley at E14248 County Hwy. P. Watch for DAIRYLAND AUCTION ARROWS on Hwy. 131 & P between LaFarge & Ontario & Hwy. 82 & P between Hillsboro & LaFarge. ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE: Wall bracket lamp w/reflector; Radio tester & tubes; Lineman’s work light; Maytag 1 cyl. gas engine; Pedal grindstone; Wooden case radios; Dayton candy scale; Ingraham kitchen clock; 33 & 78 rpm records; Misc. china & glassware; Knowles china set; Double tub; Butter churn; Milk cans; Misc. crocks; Draw shaves & misc. primitive & farm tools; Oil lamp parts; Hand corn planter; Adv. Calendars; Steel wagon wheels; Meat grinder; Tin type photos; Adv. tins. HOUSEHOLD & MISC.: Whirlpool 15 cu. ft. chest freezer; Dormer gas range; Cookbooks; Fabric & T. cloths; Dehydrator; Pasta maker; Baskets; Vases; Exc. bike; Coffee cups; Blue & clear jars; Cooking utensils; Silverware; Holiday décor; Pictures; Canning supplies; Food processor; Elec. mixer; Lg. canvas tent; Camp porta-potty. MAGAZINES: Home Journal from 20’s & 30’s; Successful Farming; Movie mags; Flying; Quick Weeklys; Wartime color books; State Journals; McCalls; Hillsboro Sentinel 30’s-60’s; LaFarge Epitaph 70’s & 80’s. FURNITURE: Cedar chest; Chests of drawers; Tobacco stand; Wooden cabinet sew machine; 2 pine hutches. LAWN & GARDEN: ACE 14hp riding mower; Hoe-Trac walk-behind garden tractor; Craftsman shredder; Shovels; Axes; Maple syrup cooker; Buzz saw arbor; Lawn swing CONSIGNED: Surge milking claws w/pulsators; 2 plastic feed bins; AI breeding kit; Cow stomach pump; 4 calf hutches; Calf puller; 3 stock tanks; 3 barn fans; Misc. barn tools; Laptop computer. TERMS: Cash/Good Check w/proper ID. AUCTIONEERS: TOM SIMONSON #244 & KURT MONSON #123 Registered Wisconsin Auctioneers. MIKE FRYE, Clerk; RANDY FRYE, Cashier for DAIRYLAND AUCTION SERVICE, INC., #23 P.O. Box 118, Elroy, WI 53929, (608) 462-8218. adno=540014-01


DATE: Thursday, September 28 TIME: 4:00 p.m. LOCATION: Auction will be held at: Tim Slack Auction & Realty Auction Complex, 10126 Circle Rd., Lancaster, WI 53813. Bid onsite or online at (Click “Online Auctions”) ITEMS ARE ON LOCATION NOW! STOP IN TO TAKE A LOOK NOW OR PLAN TO COME EARLY TO VIEW THE ITEMS. WE DO NOT HOLD UP THE ITEMS WHEN SELLING, WE SELL ON OUR OVERHEAD SCREEN WITH PHOTOS OF THE ITEMS ONLY! AUCTIONEERS’ COMMENTS: As most of you know, Julia Lansing ran the General Store in Mt. Hope, WI for many years! Julia saved many items throughout her life and we are selling them at auction! This first auction is online/onsite! We will be conducting another auction at a later date! There are so many items we cannot mention them all! You may view all items NOW! Huge selection of Lansing Store advertising items, antiques, furniture, glassware, jewelry, so many unique items that you will not want to miss this auction! REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEERS: Tim Slack, CAI, #32, Fennimore, WI, (608) 822-3454; Rodney Freymiller, PRI, #508, Fennimore, WI, (608) 822-3454. TERMS: Cash, good check, VISA or MasterCard. Everything settled for the day of the sale. The number system will be used. Positive ID required. Announcements made the day of the sale take precedence over printed materials. Not responsible for accidents or lost articles. Sales tax will be charged.

UPCOMING SALES Fri., Sept. 22 - Special ALL BEEF New Crop Calf/Yearling Sale (No Holstein Steers Please) Fri., Sept. 29 - Special ALL HOLSTEIN & DAIRY CROSS Steer/Heifer Sale Slaughter Sales: Every Tuesday starting at 8:30 am Lamb Pools 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, as scheduled Visit our auction live at

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J&J Polled Herefords Carlson Farms Boettcher’s Brookview Acres Hartford, WI • (262) 573-4019 Murdock, MN Fairchild, WI • (715) 597-2036 320-808-7095 Larson Hereford Farms Wildcat Cattle Co. Spring Valley, WI • (715) 495-0837 Darlington, WI • (608) 482-2961

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FOR SALE: Westfield 8071 pto auger. Excellent condition. 608983-2864.

TRAILER SALE! New 6’x12’ V-nose, rampdoor cargo $2,775.00: New 7’x16’ V-nose rampdoor cargo $4,399.00; DUMP trailers $2,989.0 and up!, 2-Place enclosed snowmobile trailers; 4-place open snowmobile trailers; Scissor lift tilt beds; Horse & livestock trailers coming soon! 515-972-4554 w w w. F o r t D o d g e Tr a i l e r Wo r l d . c o m (MCN)


FARMI LOGGING Winch’s, Valby PTO Chippers, Skidsteer wood splitters, Log Loader, Trailers, Grapple Rotators, rototillers 866638-7885 (WCAN)

FOR SALE: JD 4420 combine, $5000 OBO; For Sale: JD 4400 combine, $1900 OBO. Call for details 563-608-7457

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

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

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BAUGHMAN 24’ diameterX8 rings bin, 8,500 bushel capacity, doors, ladders, roof vents, floor and supports, spreader, Sukup 8” power sweep unload. NEW nuts, bolts and caulking, dismantled, $7,000. 608-574-8177.

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NAME: Jordandal Farms, Eric & Carrie Johnson DATE: Saturday, October 7 TIME: 10:30 a.m. LOCATION: W7977 Sunset Road, Argyle, WI. Take Cty. Trk. C east from Argyle, WI about 3 miles to Jordan Center Road go south on Jordan Center road about one mile to Sunset Road go east on Sunset Road to farm. FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS. NOTE: For photos see Watch for complete listing in the October 3 Shopping News FARM REAL ESTATE TO BE OFFERED AT 10:30 AM: The farm contains 46 acre more or less, located in Sec. 35, T3N-R6 E. Adams Twp. Green Cty. WI. 20 acres of tillable land, 20 acres of pasture, 5 acres building site. The soil is Huntsville silt loam 0 to 2 % slope, New Glarus silt loam 12 to 30% slope. Property has an irrigation well and pod sprinkler system. The property is improved with 1,296 s.f ranch style home built in 2016, 2 story dairy barn, cattle shed, loafing shed, shop/storage shed, 2 hoop bldgs., 4,000 bu. grain bin. Farm has stream running through it. TERMS: $20,000.00 down payment day of auction. Balance of purchase price at closing. Real estate is subject to confirmation of sellers, Buyers to sign offer to purchase with no contingencies. Any announcements made day of auction will supersede all printed material. For appointment to view this fine property, call DICK WHITE AUCTIONEER & BROKER, DARLINGTON WI. (608) 776-4185. See photos: AUCTION MANAGED BY DICK WHITE • AUCTION • REAL ESTATE • APPRAISAL, 342 Main St., Darlington, WI 53530. REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEERS: Dick White, #48, Darlington, WI 53530; Paul Garthwaite, #222, Blanchardville, WI 53516.

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NAME: Willie Boehm DATE: Saturday, September 23 TIME: 9:00 a.m. LOCATION: N805 Lyndon Road, Lyndon Station, WI. One mile south of Lyndon Station on Washington St. (Parchem Road) to Lyndon Road, then 1 mile south to farm. Or 1 mile north of Wisconsin Dells on Hwy. 12 to Cty. Trk. J, then 3 miles west to Lyndon Road, then 1 mile north to farm. LUNCH: Country Gals. NOTE: Partial list of a large auction. Pictures at For further information call Willie at (608) 254-2654. TRACTOR, EQUIP, FARM ITEMS, ETC.: Cub Lo Boy 154 w/mower deck & loader, turf tires; Ditch Witch Mdl. 09 trencher; trailer wood splitter w/11 hp engine; Bolens 1475 lawn tractor, hydro w/mower deck; King Kutter 3 pt. 7' blade; Arps 3 pt. 6' blade; Rhino FM 60 3 pt. finish mower; dump rake; Agri-Fab 10 cu. ft. lawn cart; 18' tandem axle trailer; 7x10 2-wheel trailer, like new; 5x6 2-wheel trailer; snowmobile trailer; small 2-wheel trailer; selection of Bosch power tools; Rigid 1¾"x12" planer; Delta orbital sander; grinder w/motor; Rubbermaid water tanks; pond aerator; heavy cable; insulated chimney pipe; barbed wire; ladders; tank heater; pipe clamps; 2 aluminum boats; C-clamps; scaffold; pipe vise; red oak lumber; pump/motor; lots of misc. farm/shop/other items. ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, HOUSEHOLD, ETC.: Camel 5' 2-sided metal sign; 12 crocks up to 20 gal.; crockery jugs; copper pail; #2 dinner bell; hanging feeders; chicken feeders & other chicken equip.; saddles; bar stools; flag pole; guitar; tabletop scale; block/tackle; pulleys; kettle; wood stove; old telephone; Duncan Phyfe table; wine press; foot locker; Duncan Phyfe table/chairs; grape grinder; fireplace; oven for camper; meat grinders; Nesco roaster; lots of other misc. items. GUNS/SPORTING ITEMS: Belgium Browning 12 ga. auto.; British .303 Bolt; Belgium 12 ga. double barrel; Spanish 12 ga. double barrel; Enders Royal Service 12 ga. double barrel; Noble Mdl. 40 12 ga. pump; Stevens 12 ga. SS; MEC press; ammo; deer cart; toboggans; sleds; decoys; minnow buckets; other items. TERMS: Cash or good check. VISA/MasterCard w/convenience fee. adno=539778-01 GAVIN BROS. AUCTIONEERS, LLC. (Wisconsin Registered Auction Company #274) Reedsburg, WI Baraboo, WI (608) 524-6416 (608) 356-9437




Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 • 10:00 a.m. LOCATION: 223 Main St. DeSoto, WI 54624 (Main St. DeSoto). NOTE: Gary is very well known in the Antique business and has sold antique’s all over the country. He has decided it is time for retirement and called for an auction, DON’T miss this sale as it has a very nice line of clean antique’s, collectibles, and other items, many items not listed. Plan on two rings selling, bring a bidding partner. ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES: Vietnamese, Order of the Dragon, Annam commanders neck badge; Hamms lighted sign; Budwieser neon; Other beer signs; Old light up signs; Remington sign; CASE axle caps; Jardiniere and pedestals, Bullrush/Cattail; Local advertising plates, Clover Farm Store, DeSoto, WI; Thiede, Viola, WI, and others; Winston/Camel/Marlboro advertising; Texaco cans; RR crossing sign; RR lamp; RR locks/keys; Hearing aid; Old ring up wood telephone; McCoy umbrella stand; Brass bed frame; GLASSWARE, nice collection; Depression/Carnival/ Shawnee pieces, King/Queen; Many crocks, Red Wing, Birch leaf, others; Grandfather clock; Elgin pocket watches/others; 1861 Waterbury; Many other clocks, parts, pieces; Land O Lakes clock; Mantle clocks; Cigar roller/shaper box; Jewelry/costume jewelry; Coffee grinders; BOYE Needle Chart; Many steel wheels; Old traps; Lg. upright gumball machine; Older vending machines; Many knives all types; Many old toys; Tooth set for hand saw; Silverware; Many lamps; Slot machine; Bar amusement/slot machines; (2) Polynesian pirate swords, NEAT; Port hole cover off lg. boat; Many nice antique furniture pieces; Older/smaller boat motors; Sewing machines; Lg. marble collection; Civil War era undertakers tables; Trunks; Many advertising signs; Many fishing poles/nets; Axes; Honest Abe axe hd. Dubuque, IA; Many primitive tools; Wood planes; Localized yard stick advertising; Burlap feed sacks; Accordian, other instruments; Old microphones; Many meat grinders; No. 22 enterprise grinder; Lg. button collection; Sad iron holders; Spitoon; Antique furniture; Wildlife prints; Indian made blankets; Hudson bay blanket; Children’s horse on springs; Lg. wooden fisherman corks; Hemp rope; Wooden stroller; And tons more!!!! FISH: Large Blue Marlin and Tarpin fish mounts, good shape. BOOKS: A Lodge for the Night, Robert Louis Stevenson, Roycroft, leather bound; Little Journeys to the homes of famous women, Roycroft; Many other books, cookbooks, and collections; Bookshelves. BOAT/MODERN/MISC.: Johnson 50 hp 16' Polarkraft; Dovetec corn stove; Washer/dryer stands; Galv. buckets, tubs, etc.; 100# LP tanks; Many store display racks, clothes racks, others; Star Trek VHS collection; Many other VHS tapes; Many mannequins; Expect more misc. SEE LISTING AND PICTURES ONLINE AT


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DATE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 TIME: 10:00AM LUNCH: LAURIE'S LUNCH BOX! LOCATION: Located 1/2 mile South of Hillsboro on County Hwy. "Q" to River Road to property at E18060 River Rd. Watch for DAIRYLAND AUCTION ARROWS on Hwy. 80 & Hwy. "Q" Hillsboro. TRACTORS: MH 44 6cyl w/hyd.; Case 830 n. front gas; Case 730 n. front gas; MM M5 gas w/3 pt.; MF 50 gas utility; Case DC w/ cultivator; Case 400 n. f. gas. MACHINERY & MISC.: NH 451 3 pt. Pittmanless 7' sickle mower; IH 100 3 pt. Pittmanless 7' sickle mower; JD 640 4 bar 3 pt. rake w/dolly wheel; JD 80A 8' 3 pt. blade; JD KBA 10' wheel disc w/ cylinder; JD 8' grain drill w/grass; Case 8' grain drill w/dbl. clutch & grass; JD 15A flail chopper; MF 6' 3 pt. Disc; JD 16' spring tooth on cart; Ferguson 9' spring tooth; 3 pt. bale mover; Oshkosh 4 wheel steer flat rack wagon; Case 2-16" & 3-16" mounted plows w/Eagle hitch; IH combine straw spreader; Flat rack w/sides (no gear); Dearborn 1 bottom 3 pt. plow; Ford 3 pt. rear scoop; Thresh machine frame; Dump rake; 3 pt. rear cult.; Front weights for Case 350 series; Wheel weights for Case; 38" tractor chains; Ford pulley; Metal wheels; Case tractor parts. BICYCLES & HOUSEHOLD: GT Dyno moto glide 6 spd.; Schwinn Sierra Mountain bike w/battery assist; Schwinn Deluxe Cruiser w/ chrome; Auto Bike 6 spd. w/auto shift; Huffy triton bike; Eddie Bauer Giant 21 spd. mountain bike; Schwinn Heavy Duty cruiser type; GT Dyno Air & Performer w/20" wheels; Schwinn Safari w/16" wheels; Quilting frame; 100+ original Beanie Babies. TOY TRACTORS: 170+ 1/16th scale Ertl, Spec Cast, Scale Models & others; AC, MM, MF, MH, Fordson, Ford, NH, JD, Oliver, IH, Farmall, Case Special Edition, Toy Show, Precision & Limited edition toy tractors all in boxes; (Pictures & description on our website BOAT, LAWN & TOOLS: 14' alum. boat w/trailer; JD 56 rear engine mower; Case 80XM riding mower; 28' wood ext. ladder; 8 & 12' wood step ladders; 11hp 38" mower for parts; New 9hp B&S engine; New 10" 220V industrial grinder; 6T elec. winch; Rigid floor model & Craftsman bench drill presses; Grinder w/elec. motor; Bench vises; Homelite XL chain saw; Fencers; P.H. digger & misc. tools; Milk cans; D. Bradley walking plow; Post drill; Craftsman floor jack; Cedar & steel fence posts. CAR & CORN CRIB: 1984 Buick Riviera, 116K miles, runs well (always shedded); 900 bushel corn crib to be removed. TERMS: Cash/good check w/proper ID. AUCTIONEERS: KURT MONSON #123 & TOM SIMONSON #244 Registered Wisconsin Auctioneers. CLARK: MIKE FRYE CASHIER: RANDY FRYE for DAIRYLAND AUCTION SERVICE, INC., #23 P.O. Box 118, Elroy, WI 53929, (608) 462-8218. www.


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FOR SALE: Second crop hay FREE PRINTING estimates. Call square bales $3.00 a bale. Round 608-647-2911. bales 1st crop $25.00 bale, 2nd crop round bales $30.00. Also WI CONCRETE beef steer grass fed organic. 608RESTORATION 604-3129. • Reline Your Silo w/“Jetcrete” HAY FOR Sale: 2nd & 3rd crop. • Basement and Barnwall $2.50 & $3.50 small squares per Resurfacing w/“Jetcrete” • Repair Concrete Storage bale. 608-604-8955 or 608-604Vats, Bunker Silos, Buildings, 5156. Bridges, etc., w/“Jetcrete” HAY FOR Sale: 95 round bales 1-800-352-2946 5x5, net and inline wrapped, no Boscobel, WI rain, $35bale. 608-647-5800

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JUST LISTED…R1015 Pleasant ranch home with 2 car garage plus a large insulated shop and Wisconsin River Views. 2 bedroom, 1 bath low maintenance home that is well insulated, nicely kept and ready for your enjoyment. Updates include: mechanicals, electric, floorings, countertops, patios & walk, roof, septic and water heater. Clean, full basement with partial finish including an office. Spacious, partially, wooded/shaded of nearly 1 acre. 2 boat landings within 2 miles. $134,900


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FOR RENT: House 1900 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath. Located on the Wisconsin River near Port Andrew in Richland County. Beautiful view with fireplace, gas stove, washer, dryer, refrigerator, gas furnace, gas hot water heater and 2 car garage. $1,150 per month, $1,500 security deposit. Minimum 6 month lease. Please email: for information or 608-475-1699.


FOR RENT: 4 bedroom duplex, 2 bath, stove, refrigerator, washer, dryer. No smoking, no pets, off street parking. No heat, water and electric furnished. Available Oct. 1. References, security. $750.00. 608-475-0503.

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Wine Walk • Richland Center Shopping News - Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Page 24

Richland Center

Wine Walk 2017

Gather with friends & enjoy a fun night in Downtown Richland Center!

Friday, October 13, 2017 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM Downtown Richland Center

Tickets on sale Wednesday, September 20th

at the Shopping News, 272 North Main Street Richland Center, WI 53581 • 608-647-2911 • Mon. - Fri. 8 AM - 5 PM or Online at

Tickets $20 available in advance of the event only

HURRY! Limited number of tickets available for the event. Tickets are non-refundable.

Participants must be 21 years of age or older. ID’s are required! Each participant will receive a commemorative wine glass and program booklet of participating businesses.

Host Destinations...

A.D. German Warehouse • Added Touch Floral & Gifts • Advanced Dairy Solutions Associated Bank • Bailey's Paint and Decorating • Central Boarding House Antiques DeAnne’s Designs • Dreams Bridal Boutique • J. Jay Walsh Jewelers Kelly’s Coffee House • Ladd’s Country Collectibles • Main Street Hobby and Bike Shop Ocooch Books and Libations • Press Box • Richland Rejuvenates • State Farm Insurance - Julie Cairns The Creative Outlet • The Phoenix Center • Wallace, Cooper and Elliott Insurance • Wertz Floor and Home

The 2017 Wine Walk is sponsored by Richland Rejuvenates and managed by the Richland Center Shopping News. Profits from this event benefit the Richland Area Chamber of Commerce. adno=539797-01


How To Guide 2017

Valuable Information on Products and Services

Published by the Richland Center Shopping News

The reasons for preferring cremation are varied. For some, it seems a more natural process than burial. Others have environmental concerns with burial. Still others are not sure why they feel more comfortable with cremation but are interested in learning more. This article is for all of you. Most funeral homes provide some type of cremation service, but some specialize in providing cremation services. For many consumers it is important the funeral home they select own and operate their own crematory as opposed to transferring the deceased to an off-site crematory. The peace of mind of knowing one funeral home is prepared and experienced to provide the services you require is well worth the effort required to become educated and make an informed choice. Because it is important to be informed, many people choose to make their decisions in advance. Making pre-arrangements with your selected funeral home will help assure your wishes will be carried out following death. It also spares your family from the burden of making decisions during the emotional time after a death. Many people wonder whether cremation is consistent with their religious beliefs. There was a time when some religions disapproved of the cremation process. Today, most permit cremation. It is a good idea to discuss your concerns with your clergy, as individual congregations may differ from nationwide or worldwide church policies. Another reason for preferring cremation is the many options available for services and final disposition. In fact, cremation offers more options than does traditional burial. For example, choices are available in the type and scheduling of gathering or celebration, the final disposition of cremated remains, and ways to remember or “memorialize” the deceased.

Cremation followed by Memorial Service: Following either private or public viewing, the body is cremated. A service or gathering is held at a place of the family’s choosing, to commemorate the life of the deceased. Eulogies, readings, music and the sharing of photos, videos, and personal collections and hobbies are often part of the gathering. The gathering is an opportunity for those who cared about the deceased to remember them in a special way, and to say good-bye. Funeral Service followed by cremation Probably the greatest misconception about cremation is that there can be no funeral. Many people choosing cremation have a traditional funeral service, followed by cremation. The funeral service may be conducted in a funeral home, church, or any other appropriate setting. Clergy may conduct the service, but this is not required. Some will prefer a less formal format of sharing memories and feelings. The funeral service is personalized by including things to help those attending to better know and remember the deceased, such as flowers, photos, videos and music. Choosing a casket, urn, burial vault, and stationery items that reflect the loved one’s life complements these items. Funeral directors who specialize in cremation will have many examples for you to look at and choose from. Anyone who has ever tried to write a family history knows it can take a little time. Planning to personalize a memorial service or funeral service is much the same. The plan may consist of simple, brief notes or a detailed set of directions. With so many choices and options, the value of preplanning becomes evident. No one better understands your wishes than you. Meeting with a funeral director who specializes in cremation services allows you to collect information on options and costs, and to record your wishes for your family to refer to later. You may even want to pre-pay your final expenses as a way of relieving your family from this burden and saving money. There are many good reasons why thoughtful families are beginning to strongly consider cremation. Let an informed funeral professional with experience and special interest in cremation make suggestions as to your options and choices.

The reasons for preferring cremation are varied. If you are interested in learning more, then this article is for you.

Immediate cremation Those preferring to have no services or gathering can arrange for removal of the deceased and immediate cremation. You will want to review cost, administrative requirements, and other details with your funeral director. Many families who choose direct cremation later regret the decision because it ignores their need for closure. Participating in arrangements, viewing the body, and meeting in a formal or informal setting with supportive friends and family are meaningful parts of a ritual, like baptisms and weddings, that help us understand and cope with loss.

The Top Four Things You Should Know...

1. Become educated and make an informed choice.

3. Make decisions and pre-arrangements in advance.

2. Find a funeral home that is prepared and experienced to provide the services you require.

4. Pre-pay your final expenses as a way of relieving your family from this burden and saving money.


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YOUR YARD AND CLEAN AIR The federal government anticipates that regulations now being developed will bring cleaner lawn and garden equipment to market within a few years. Meanwhile, consumers can make a difference by adopting practices Here are some ideas: that will help protect the environment now and in the fuSIZE MATTERS ture: Avoid spilling gasoline Preventing spills and overLawn mowers come in all shapes, sizes and ranges of fills is an easy and effective way for power equipment power. The most frequent mistakes homeowners make owners to prevent pollution. Even small gasoline spills is getting something too large or too small for their evaporate and pollute the air. Use a gasoline container needs. While there are no handy formulas for figuring you can handle easily and hold securely. Pour slowly this out, there are a few tips: While riding lawn mowers and smoothly. Use a funnel, or a spout with an automatare cool and now frequently come with cup holders (an ic stop device to prevent overfilling the gas tank. Keep innovation way too long in coming), some lawns are the cap or spout and the vent hole on gasoline containers just too small to comfortably operate a lawn tractor. For closed tightly. Transport and store gasoline and power these yards, the best choice is a good push mower. A equipment out of direct sunlight in a cool, dry place. general rule of thumb is that a yard that can be comUse caution when pumping gasoline into a container at fortably mowed with a push mower in 45 minutes or the gas station. less is too small for a MAINTAIN YOUR rider. Yards of a halfEQUIPMENT acre or more likely Follow the manufacwould benefit from turer’s guidelines for a lawn tractor. These maintenance. Change Just like a car, many yard tools and range in horsepower, oil and clean or reattachments and ease place air filters regutractors come with factory warranties. of use. A qualified Use the proper dealer or retailer will Ask for the specifics before purchasing. larly. fuel/oil mixture in be happy to walk you two-stroke equipthrough the steps of ment. Get periodic determining your tune-ups, maintain sharp mower blades, and keep the specific needs. You should be prepared to tell the deal- underside of the deck clean. Take time to winterize er how big your yard is, whether you intend to use the equipment each fall. tractor for other tasks, such as plowing the garden or CONSIDER CLEANER OPTIONS grading the driveway, how often you intend to mow and Ask your dealer about the new, cleaner gasoline equipso on. ment entering the marketplace. Propane and solar opVARIOUS TOOLS tions are also available for some types of equipment. The range of available equipment for lawn and yard Electric equipment is cleaner than equipment powered needs is dizzying. To wade through the clutter, ask your- by gasoline engines. Electrically-powered lawn and garself a series of questions: den tools produce essentially no pollution from exhaust 1. What do I want to accomplish? Do I have enough emissions or through fuel evaporation. However, generborder, for instance, to justify a machine to cut the bor- ating the power to run electric equipment does produce ders out periodically, or would I be better served with a pollution. simple blade shovel? USE MANUAL TOOLS 2. How much am I willing to spend on single use ma- Tools that don’t require electric or gasoline engines are chines? especially handy for small yards or small jobs. There 3. Am I worried about disturbing the neighbors at 6 a.m. are hand tools available that will meet a wide variety of on Sunday with a noisy chainsaw, or should I go elec- lawn and garden needs, like lightweight, quiet, easy-totric? use reel push mowers that generate no emissions. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE REDUCE MOWING TIME Just like a car, many yard tools and tractors come with Use low-maintenance turf grasses or grass/flower seed factory warranties. Ask for the specifics before purchas- mixtures that grow slowly and require less mowing. ing. Also ask what happens if the piece of equipment Check with your local agricultural extension service or breaks down. Will the dealer pick it up, or do you have lawn and garden center about what is appropriate for to haul it there? Be sure to keep track of any owner man- your region. Decrease lawn area. Plant additional trees uals (a plastic bag hanging on a nail in the garage is a and shrubs to reduce the energy costs of heating and good investment). The manuals often list replacement cooling your house and to provide landscaping for wildparts, and have a complete maintenance schedule. life. Native wildflowers and plants require little to no maintenance after planting. With the American Dream of home ownership, 1.5 kids and a couple of cats, comes, inevitably, a lawn. The question is: what kind of equipment do you need to properly care and tend for your own slice of heaven?


IMPORTANT POINTS... • Select proper equipment for your circumstances. • Keep equipment maintained properly.

• Compare warranties • Who will do service on equipment?

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Proper Senior Care

Quality Studies have shown that not-for-profit nursing homes consistently delivered better outcomes in four key areas relating to quality: more and/or higher quality of staffing, lower prevalence of pressure ulcers, lower prevalence of restraints and fewer Government citations for deficiencies. Not-for-profit organizations have been at the forefront of improving services for older persons, pioneering the introductions of new options such as the neighborhood/household model of “small house” nursing homes. Unlike more traditional nursing homes, Schmitt Woodland Hills’ skilled nursing facility has no long hospital corridors, or institutional kitchens or dining rooms. It’s a great, small, home-like The Continuum of Care Schmitt Woodland Hills offers the only continuum of environment where everyone knows one another. Not-forcare in Richland County. People want to know what is so profits also have been driving important reforms, including important about a community which offers a continuum of reductions in the use of restraints and psychotropic drugs in care. It is because seniors often have need for different levels nursing homes. Schmitt Woodland Hills is a 5-star rated facility. It is also of assistance over time. The advantage of Schmitt Woodland Hills is our range of options are all on one campus with staff restraint free, alarm free and minimizes the use of psychotropic drugs. the residents know and The Schmitt Woodland trust. Hills staff consistentThe continuum beThe latest evolution in senior care ly looks for new progins with our House revolves around respecting the needs grams that benefit and Calls service. The House Call service is and desires of the individual, rather than enhance the quality of life for our residents. a solution for individfitting the individual to the traditional Cycling Without Age uals who wish to conwhich provides trishaw tinue to live in their patterns of a particular facility. rides within the Comown home and could Schmitt Woodland Hills munity, Music and use some assistance. Memories and the use House Calls can make embraces this change in of wheel chair swings life easier and more everything we do. in green spaces within fulfilling by providing the campus are examthe freedom individuples forward thinking focused on resident-centered care. als want with help when it is needed. As part of our not-for-profit mission, we recognize that Residential apartment living at Schmitt Woodland Hills combines the pleasure of independent living with a sense of staff satisfaction and commitment are related to sufficient security found only in a supportive community committed numbers of staff, fair wages and benefits, work flexibility to serving seniors. A perfect blend of privacy and neighborly when needed, continuing education/growth opportunities companionship is combined with peace of mind knowing and an environment of respect. that high quality health care is readily available. Our Westview Assisted Living facility is designed to Profits Although all businesses expect to generate returns on support residents who should no longer live alone but do not require full-time skilled nursing care. Westview offers investment, there are significant differences in the ways pria home-like setting where certified staff members are avail- vate equity companies and not-for-profits allocate proceeds. able to offer assistance while encouraging an appropriate A private equity company’s chief objective is to create profits for owners or shareholders. A not-for-profit like Schmitt level of resident independence. The Schmitt Woodland Hills Health Center offers con- Woodland Hills cannot operate for profit or distribute corpotinuous nursing care on either a short-term or longterm ba- rate income, but must reinvest returns in ways that support sis. Our licensed nurses are on duty 24 hours a day, directing the mission described in our charter. Every year we are required to demonstrate how our work fulfills that mission and a team of certified nursing assistants. The Health Center provides residents with a compas- benefits the “greater good” of our local community, society sionate, loving nursing home setting licensed through the or the world around us. Schmitt Woodland Hills’ true bottom line is not an annuState of Wisconsin and fully approved with Medicare and Medicaid certification. We offer 50 private rooms with pri- al profit/loss statement. It is resident satisfaction and quality vate baths and continuous skilled nursing care for either of life. As part of our not-for-profit mission, we recognize that short-term rehabilitation or longterm stays. This continuum of services allows people to access the services they need in staff satisfaction and commitment are related to sufficient whatever place they call home. Schmitt Woodland Hills also numbers of staff, fair wages and benefits, work flexibility offers a full range of on-site therapists skilled in working when needed, continuing education/growth opportunities and an environment of respect. with seniors. Mission Driven Schmitt Woodland Hills is a Christian residential retirement community offering a complete continuum of services from in-home to comfort care. As a not-for-profit we are committed to our mission of providing high-quality care and services to the senior citizens and those in need of rehabilitation services in Richland County. Not-for-profit institutions exist for the sake of their mission. They exist to make a difference in society and in the life of the individual. The first task of our Leadership is to make sure that everyone sees the mission, hears it and lives it.

What You Should Know... • Fewer deficiencies in total • Fewer deficiencies causing harm or jeopardy to a resident • Fewer residents taking antipsychotic medications

Research has shown that the type of nursing home ownership can affect the quality of care. The research showed that non-profit nursing homes offered specific advantages including: • Lower prevalence of restraints • Higher staffing ratios overall • Lower prevalence of pressure ulcers • Higher ranking on the Centers • Lower hospitalization rates for Medicare & Medicaid Services • Higher staffing number of Five-Star Rating System registered nurses


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Why Newspapers? Targeting customers in a media-fragmented marketplace is a continual challenge for many advertisers. The abundance of advertising sources has overwhelmed and divided consumer attention. This means media planners and buyers need the right tools to help them decide on the best allocation of advertising dollars. As advertisers strive for an effective media mix, they should know there is one medium that can deliver strength to advertising and marketing strategies. The newspaper continues to be a powerful medium for reaching shoppers in the market for a broad range of products and services. It is a portable and convenient source of advertising information — helping consumers decide where to shop and what to buy. The newspaper delivers unlike any other medium each and every day, reaching an array of traditional and emerging markets with unsurpassed advertising impact. Universal coverage, utility and power are the driving forces behind newspapers. And that is why they add value for advertisers! Newspapers offer advertisers alternatives to reach customers — new and potential — with effective messages for long-term aware-

ness or immediate call-to-action responses. Whether it’s a preprint insert or run-of-paper (ROP) advertising adjacent to select editorial content, newspapers deliver the right message to the right people at the right time. If we combine frequency measures for ROP and newspaper preprints, we have 90 percent of adults who use one or the other or in combination — a powerful pairing. Opportunities in Newspapers ROP: Run of Press advertising means an ad placed on the pages of a newspaper. This best known Newspaper advertising option offers short deadlines and proximity of editorial that enhances visibility. Preprints: Preprinted inserts offer advertisers the flexibility and control of creating and printing advertising that the newspaper distributes. Commercial Printing: Newspapers offer customers who need major printing the opportunity and cost efficiency of using their presses to print catalogs, inserts and other commercial print needs. Niche products/special sections: Newspapers offer a myriad of opportunities where a special marketplace is created to help in targeting an advertiser ’s best prospects. These products may be inserted into the newspaper or may be distributed in other ways needed to best attract the niche audience.

It is a portable and convenient source of advertising information — helping consumers decide where to shop and what to buy

Top 5 Reasons to Advertise in a Newspaper

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3. You can select advertising alternatives from preprint inserts to full or partial-page ads.

5. Newspaper advertising builds business credibility

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