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Loyal Lions again spread holiday cheer

The Loyal Lions Club continued a decades-long tradition this holiday season
by distributing fruit/candy baskets to 90 area residents. The Lions Club used
$450 of the money it raises at various events throughout the year to order prepackaged baskets from Mayvilles Market in Greenwood, and then distributed
them before Christmas to elderly folks who live alone. Pictured on delivery
night are (from left) Lions Tom Bobrofsky, Dave Von Ruden and Donald Olson.

Filing activity for local spring elected


positions was light over the holiday week,
leaving several positions still in need of
candidates as the final filing deadline
nears on Jan. 5. However, several incumbents have not filed non-candidacy statements, either, so they apparently plan to
run for new terms in April.
In the city of Greenwood, Mayor Jim
Schecklman has yet to file any candidacy
paperwork with one week left before the
deadline, although he did not file a noncandidacy statement by the Monday
deadline, either. Greenwood City Council
incumbent Tracy Nelson (at-large position) has filed to run for a new term, but
Mary Domanico (Ward 2) has not. In Loyal,
city Council members Tim Froeba and
Dave Geier (Ward 1) have not filed any
paperwork yet, while Jim Batchelor and
Tom Bobrofsky (Ward 2) have filed for
re-election bids. In the village of Spencer,
at least one new candidate is needed, as
incumbent Diane Maurer has filed noncandidacy paperwork. Incumbent village
Board member Harry Toufar has filed to
seek a new term, while incumbent Wayne
Hagen had not filed any papers as of Monday afternoon.
Area school officials were not available to report new filing activity due to
the holiday break. As of Dec. 21, in the
Greenwood School District, incumbent
Board President Russell Dean has filed
a non-candidacy statement for the seat
he has held for the past three years that
represents the city of Greenwood. No
candidate had yet filed to succeed him.
Also in Greenwood, Dawn Jacobson has

Area man pleads not guilty to meth charges


surveillance, Schoolmaster was charged
with felony counts of manufacture/delivery of methamphetamine, maintaining
a drug trafficking place, possession of
methamphetamine precursors, knowingly
possessing methamphetmaine waste, possession of drug paraphernalia to produce
methamphetamine, and bail jumping.
Also arrested after execution of the
warrant was 31-year-old Travis Spinler of
Brillion. He was found hiding in a crawl
space near an upstairs bedroom at Schoolmasters house, and was subsequently
charged for his alleged involvement in
making and distributing methamphetamine. He is charged with the same counts
as Schoolmaster. He has also pleaded not
guilty to the charges and is scheduled for
a Feb. 29 jury trial.
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A not guilty plea was entered last


week in Clark County Circuit Court for
a 34-year-old Greenwood man who was
allegedly cooking methamphetamine in
his home just south of Greenwood.
Chad M. Schoolmaster stood mute at
a Dec. 21 court hearing, and a not guilty
plea was entered on his behalf by Judge
Jon Counsell. He waived his right to a
preliminary hearing and is due back in
court for a Feb. 4 scheduling conference.
Schoolmaster and three other suspects
were arrested on various charges on Oct.
1 after Clark County and regional drug
enforcement agents executed a search
warrant at his home at W5803 Hinker
Road. As a result of what was found during execution of the warrant, and upon
citizen informant statements and other

Other defendants in the case include


24-year-old Tiffany Carolfi of Marshfield
and 19-year-old Ivana Green of New London.
Carolfi was sentenced on Nov. 25 to 52
days in jail for resisting or obstructing an
officer, while two counts of bail jumping
were dismissed but read-in to the court
record. She was given credit for 52 days
served in custody after her arrest on Oct. 1.
Green, who was found hiding with
Spinler in the crawl space, has been
charged with one felony count of manufacture/delivery of methamphetamine and
one count of misdemeanor bail jumping.
A public defender has been appointed to
represent her but no court dates are currently scheduled in her case.

filed paperwork to be a candidate for the


district area east of Highway 73 (but not
in Greenwood city limits). Bill Herr currently holds that seat, but had not yet filed
to run for a new term.
In the Loyal School District, at-large
Board member Adam Luchterhand will
not seek a new 3-year term. Residents living anywhere in the district can run to replace him. Fellow incumbents Paul Gries
(area of the district south of Highway 98)
and Deb Roedel (area north of Highway
98) have filed papers to run for new terms,
with no challengers yet to step forward.
In the Spencer district, incumbent
Eric Zenner has filed a non-candidacy
statement and will not seek a new term
representing the village of Spencer. Daniel
Gell has filed to be a candidate. Incumbent
Jerry Wienke had not yet filed any paperwork. Candidates for the two seats now
held by Zenner and Wienke must live in
the village, and the top two vote-getters
will be elected.
All 29 members of the Clark County
Board of Supervisors are also up for new
terms in 2016. As of Dec. 28, two of them
-- Kevin Froeba of Loyal and Jeff Kolzow
of Colby -- have filed non-candidacy statements.
Several supervisors have filed to run for
new terms. They include Gary Leichtman,
Dorchester; Tom Wilcox, Curtiss; Fred
Schindler, Curtiss; Joe Waichulis, Thorp;
Dean Zank, Thorp; Scott Jalling, Owen;
Al Bower, Willard; Jerome Krempasky,
Greenwood; Chuck Rueth, Loyal; Gordon
Haselow, Loyal; Frieda Rollins, Granton;
Doris Bakker, Neillsville; Fritz Garbisch,
Granton; Bill Neville, Neillsville; and
Randy Sebesta, Neillsville.
Incumbent supervisors who have
started but not completed the filing process include Arlene Kodl, Thorp; Wayne
Hendrickson, Unity; Byrl Dahl, Chili; and
Rick Opelt, Neillsville.
Bryce Luchterhand, Colby, has started
the filing process to run for the seat being
vacated by Kolzow.
Incumbents who have not filed for
re-election yet nor indicated that they
will not seek new terms are Marcia Hochhalter, Abbotsford; Mark Renderman,
Withee; Dave Holtzhausen, Colby; Art
Petke, Withee; Brian Kunze, Neillsville;
Duane Boon, Neillsville, and Dale Mitte,
Greenwood.
One county Board seat is currently vacant, since the November death of Rodger
Ashbeck of Greenwood. No one has yet
been appointed to fill that seat. Candidates
for it must live in the city of Greenwood
or Ward 2 of the town of Eaton.

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A few gift ideas for public officials


On slow news
to 10 questions and
days during this time
forward them to the
of year, journalists
governor. At Question
sometimes resort to
Time, inquiries would
President -- Wisconsin
suggesting tongue-inbe selected in random
Taxpayers Alliance
cheek gifts for puborder and answered
lic officials. Here, the
by the governor.
practice is turned on
-- Encouraging diaits ear, and state politicians are offered logue: Three more gifts address growing
simple gift-giving ideas.
incivility, partisan polarization and per-- Safeguarding the process: The first sonal attack in state politics. This divitwo gifts relate to lawmaking. In recent de- sion is represented in how lawmakers are
cades, legislative majorities regardless of
seated, all caucus members together, one
party have occasionally rammed through party on the right, one on the left. To make
controversial legislation, including tax matters worse, party leaders are said to
increases, in a day or two without a public discourage social contact with colleagues
hearing.
across the aisle.
Requiring that every bill scheduled for
A small, symbolic change would mix
floor action have at least two hours of hear- Democrats and Republicans on the floor.
ings followed by a one-week waiting period Whether seating is by random assignment,
would help mitigate such lawmaking mis- district, geography, or name, this would
chief. This practice could be even more promote sociability and cooperation.
valuable when the legislatures Joint Com- The same approach could be extended to
mittee on Finance is finalizing the state Capitol office assignments where party
budget. JCF could be required to observe segregation also occurs. An added benefit
a three-day period between introduction of
would be cost savings from reducing bienamendments and final committee approval nial office moves.
of the budget.
In a similar spirit, the senior state sena-- Increasing access: Two additional gifts tor in each Congressional district could
touch on access to elected officials, long in host a semi-annual brown-bag or potluck
decline in both Washington and Madison. lunch for all senators and representatives
The days of regular press conferences open in the region. With an average of about 17
to all questions are largely past. This and state legislators per U.S. House district,
succeeding governors could reverse the meetings would be small enough to protrend by creating a new tradition: a first- mote dialogue and understanding.
Wednesday-of-the-month Capitol press
-- Promoting fiscal health: So far, these
conference.
gifts could be delivered tomorrow. A more
In a twist on British tradition, the two ambitious one recognizes that both parhouses of the legislature could each host ties have compromised state fiscal health
the governor for a similar mid-year, 90-min- by enacting budgets without the adequate
ute Question Time. A month in advance, reserves needed to protect Wisconsin from
members would submit questions to biparPlease see Gifts, page 3
tisan leadership that would then select up

Todd Berry

Forest group supports MFL changes


A bill to enact changes in Wisconsins
Managed Forest Law is now before both
houses of the legislature, with preliminary
hearings held on Dec. 8 in Madison (AB
561) and Dec. 9 in Antigo (SB 434). This
bill repeals some clauses, amends others,
and creates new stipulations for the MFL.
After reviewing the proposed changes,
the Wisconsin Alliance of Forest Owners
supports the following amendments:
-- Eliminating the ban on leasing land
enrolled in MFL for hunting or other recreational purposes.
-- Elimination of the 5 percent yield tax
MFL enrollees currently pay on timber
harvests.
-- Directing all fees on closed MFL

Walkers e-mail list has some value


Gov. Scott Walker got Trumped in
Iowa this summer as he sought the Republican presidential nomination. But
his efforts may yet play a role in Iowa
politics.
The governor seemed to have done
everything politically correct. Walker
had developed detailed position papers
on several issues. His campaign hired
staffers to identify Republicans who
would support him at the Iowa nominating caucuses. By early summer the work
was paying off; he was high in some public opinion polls.
His Iowa work and efforts from his
three gubernatorial elections had provided an e-mail list of about 675,000
names of likely supporters and donors.
Then Donald Trump seized the national
Republican stage, and all of Walkers
strategy was washed away. Support and
donations to Walkers campaign dried up.
In mid-September Walker dropped out of
the presidential campaign.
Other Republican candidates are interested in such ready-made e-mail lists
because they provide an opportunity to
quickly find new supporters and donations, experts told the Politico online
news organization. Walkers organization offered the list for $10,500, Politico
said.
But the posted price probably doesnt
mean much because revenue sharing
between the dropped-out candidate
and the continuing candidate often
happens, Politico explained. While politicians are well-aware of the arrangement,
the general public is mostly unaware that
owners of political email lists and those
who would rent them often share in the
receipts. Some of the money collected
through appeals also goes to the consultants who manage the lists. But citizens
who respond to e-mail pleas for campaign

cash probably never learn about the split


between politicians or how much is going
to the consultants.
The e-mail list market is kind of the
Wild West, said Stephen Meyers, the
owner of Granite Lists, which manages
Walkers list. Theres a lot of wheeling
and dealing. Theres not established commissions and margins.
The Granite Lists price sheet said
revenue sharing for the Walker list is
available. When you need to raise online
money fast, this list is the way to go, a
promotion for the Walker price list touts.
Meyers refused to discuss specifics of
the Walker account, saying only theres
been a lot of interest.
In mid-December, U.S.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas,
who also is running for
the GOP presidential
nomination, began encouraging donations via
the Walker e-mail list
to help pay off the governors campaign debt.
Cruz would benefit if
he could attract early
Matt
Walker backers and
a Walker-Cruz revPommer if
enue share was part of
the deal. Walker has said Cruz was the
only former opponent sending out such
e-mails.
Kurt Luidhardt, who operates the
Mustard Seed Media list rental business,
said revenue sharing is the most common pricing model in the current political marketplace. His firm has been used
by Cruz and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
On the presidential level, I would
say (the revenue share split is) probably
75, 80 percent maybe, Luidhardt told
Politico.
The starting point for revenue sharing

agreements is 50-50 but more popular


candidates like Cruz usually get a better
split because they are likely to lure more
donors than lesser-known candidates.
Experts said revenue sharing is far more
common among Republicans than among
Democrats.
Part of Walkers campaign debts include reimbursing the state of Wisconsin
for things like security when he was
campaigning around the country. The
governor has already paid the state more
than $67,000 on that debt.
Mark Stephenson, who was the top
data officer in Walkers campaign, said
the basic rule in building donor and supporter email lists is the size.
The bigger the list you have, the better off you are in the end, he said. He
said the average donor will give nearly
$70 during the course of a campaign.

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lands to local governments. Currently,


these fees are transferred to the states
forestry account.
-- Limiting the MFL early withdrawal
penalty to land enrolled for 10 years or less.
-- Allowing landowners to sell any part
of a parcel of land enrolled in MFL. Currently only entire parcels are allowed to
be sold.
-- Allowing the addition of contiguous
parcels of three acres or more to an existing MFL parcel.
-- Allowing the withdrawal of land from
MFL, without penalty, when it has been
damaged by natural disasters.
-- Eliminating the 160-acre limit for
closed land.
-- Allowing the renewal of an MFL
agreement without having to develop (and
pay for) a new management plan.
-- Language which clarifies that an MFL
agreement is a contract between the state
and a landowner.
The Wisconsin Alliance of Forest
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treatment of Wisconsins privately-owned
forest lands, and to rectifying unfair, impractical and onerous provisions of the
current Managed Forest Law.

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Trinity Lutheran ELCA

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST

201 S. Washington St., Unity 715-223-2155


PASTOR AL HOUTS
9 a.m. - Sunday school 10 a.m. - Sunday worship service
Memorial Day to Labor Day: 9 a.m. - Sunday worship service

Neillsville Seventh Day Adventist Church


5th & Clay Streets Neillsville 715-743-7988
DAVID SCHOFIELD, PASTOR
Saturday Services: 9:30 a.m. - Sabbath school
11 a.m. - Worship, 6:30 p.m. - Thursday Bible study

Trinity Lutheran ELCA

CATHOLIC
Christ the King Church
101 Wendel Spencer 715-659-4480
REV. SAMUEL MARTIN
4 p.m. - Saturday evening mass 8 and 10 a.m. - Sunday morning mass
Masses for Holy Days of Obligation evening before, 8 p.m.; day of, 5:30 p.m.

Gifts, from page 2


unavoidable recessions. In the past, when the economy has dipped, deficits, tax hikes,
and spending cuts have been the unnecessary result.
Given the inability of elected officials to follow statutes meant to prevent such
problems, it appears that responsible budgeting can only be achieved by constitutional
amendment. One approach, adapted from Iowa, would allow Wisconsin to spend only
97 percent of estimated biennial revenues. If the legislature passed the amendment
in 2016 and again in 2017, and voters quickly approved, it could be law before the next
gubernatorial election.
Final words
So, there you have it: Seven little gifts from politicians to the people, none controversial, that could be implemented quickly and in bipartisan fashion. With these in place,
state leaders could work to gain approval of the eighth, a long overdue plan to promote
state fiscal responsibility before 2018.

Granton 715-238-7269
INTERIM PASTOR JAY WELSHONSE
9:15 a.m. - Sunday school
10:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service

Willard 715-255-8017 FATHER STEVEN BRICE


4 p.m. - Saturday mass

St. Anthonys Catholic Church

MORMON
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

FATHER STEVEN BRICE


407 N. Division Loyal 715-255-8017
6:30 p.m. - Saturday mass, 10:30 a.m. - Sunday morning mass
Greenwood 715-255-8017 FATHER STEVEN BRICE
8:30 a.m. - Sunday morning mass

2207 W. 5th St., Marshfield 715-384-4559


9:30-10:20 a.m. - Priesthood, Relief Society, Young Women
9:30-11:15 a.m. - Primary 10:25-11:15 a.m. Sunday school
11:20 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. - Sacrament meeting

MISSOURI SYNOD
St. Paul Lutheran

CHURCH OF CHRIST
Church of Christ

St. Marys Parish

North Green Grove P.O. Box 206 N13510 Cty. Rd. E


Colby, WI 715-223-1726 REV. PAUL HUNSICKER
9 a.m. - Sunday worship service

Christ Lutheran - Chili


REV. DANIEL SCHOESSOW
9 a.m. - Sunday worship service, 10 a.m. - Sunday school
Holy Communion celebrated the first and third Sundays of each month.

Trinity Lutheran
(Missouri Synod)

109 W. Clark Spencer 715-659-4006 REV. DAVID DEPAOLI


7 p.m. - Saturday worship service
8:40 a.m. - Sunday school; 10 a.m. - Sunday worship service

B3942 State Highway 13, Spencer


9 a.m. - Sunday Bible study; 10 a.m. - Sunday worship service
7 p.m. - Wednesday Bible study
EVANGELIST: CLINT A. OPPERMANN - 715-650-1970
Web site: www. spencercoc.com E-mail: preacher@spencercoc.com

Immanuel United Church of Christ


3 mi. w. on G, 1 mi. n. on Hwy. O. Greenwood
Phone 715-267-6547
REV. ASAFA RAJAOFERA
8:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service

Living Hope Evangelical Free Church


Hwy. 10 & Fairground Ave. Neillsville 715-743-2471
REV. STEVE WENTZ
DIRECTOR OF STUDENT MINISTRIES - MARY GARDNER
9:15 a.m. - Sunday school; 10:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service

Zion Lutheran
W2894 Granton Road, Granton 715-238-7318
REV. DANIEL SCHOESSOW
9:15 a.m. - Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service
Holy Communion celebrated first and third Sundays of each month.

Our Fathers House Christian Community Church


W770 County Trunk H, Chili 715-683-2889
REV. RON JOHNSON
9:30 a.m. - Sunday school
10:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service

LUTHERAN
Emmanuel Lutheran - ELCA
W5752 Colby Factory Road Town of Longwood
PASTOR BRIAN CAMPBELL
10:45 a.m. - Sunday worship service
Holy Communion celebrated second and fourth Sundays of each month.

METHODIST
Immanuel United Methodist
Chili 715-683-2886 10:30 a.m. - Morning worship

Granton United Methodist

Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran

Granton REV. DONG SUE LEE


8 a.m. - Sunday worship service

(Wisconsin Synod) (rural Neillsville)

REV. JOHN E. WARMUTH


9 a.m. - Sunday worship service
Holy Communion celebrated the first Sunday of each month.

Loyal United Methodist


Loyal Office 715-255-9213 Home 715-255-8737
PASTOR PATSY ROE
9:15 a.m. - Sunday school; 10:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service

Nazareth Lutheran - ELCA


North County T Withee 715-229-2051 REV. BONNIE CAIN
10 a.m. - Sunday worship service. Everyone welcome.

Spencer United Methodist


Church Office 715-659-5551 REV. MICHAEL CARLSON
9:30 a.m. - Sunday Bible study
10:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service

Our Saviors Lutheran - ELCA


110 W. Begley Greenwood 715-267-6142
PASTOR BRIAN CAMPBELL
9 a.m. - Sunday worship service

United Methodist
209 W. Clark St., P.O. Box 533 Colby
JANINE JOHNSON, lay speaker
7 p.m. - Wednesday worship service
No Sunday services
Church school as announced prior to evening service

St. Johns Evangelical Lutheran Church


(Wisconsin Synod)

Christie 715-743-2480
REV. JOHN E. WARMUTH
10:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service
Holy Communion celebrated the first Sunday of each month.

York Center United Methodist

St. Johns Evangelical Lutheran


(Wisconsin Synod)

711 W. 5th St. Neillsville 715-743-2944


REV. TIMOTHY BIEBERT
9 a.m. - Sunday worship service; 10:15 a.m. - Sunday school and Bible class
7 p.m. - Monday worship

Office 715-255-9213 Home 715-255-8737


PASTOR PATSY ROE
9 a.m. - Sunday worship service; 10 a.m. - Sunday school

EPISCOPAL
St. Katherines Episcopal Church
206 E. 3rd St. Owen, WI 715-229-2643
REV. TONY RING
10 a.m. - Wednesday morning prayer & Holy Communion
10:30 a.m. - Sunday worship service

St. Pauls Lutheran - ELCA


1131 Meridian St. Curtiss
Church: 715-223-4000 Office: 715-785-7975
stpauls@dwave.net
REV. KRIS BJERKE-ULLIMAN
10:15 a.m. - Sunday worship service; 9:30 a.m. - Sunday school

BAPTIST
Bible Baptist

St. Johns Lutheran - ELCA

700 E. 15th St. Neillsville 715-743-4695


PASTOR MARK A. FUGATE
9:30 a.m. - Sunday school; 10:30 a.m. - Worship service,
3 p.m. - Sunday afternoon service
7 p.m. - Wednesday night Bible studies

Riplinger 715-659-5158 EVERYONE WELCOME


REV. REBEKAH TARRAS
11 a.m. - Sunday worship service
Communion every second Sunday of the month.

St. Johns Lutheran - ELCA

Missionary Baptist

B3750 Hwy. 13 Spencer 715-659-5158


sjlcoffice@frontier.com
EVERYONE WELCOME
REV. REBEKAH TARRAS
8 a.m. and 10 am. - Sunday worship with communion
6:30 p.m. - Wednesday evening worship with communion
Handicapped accessible

302 N. Main Greenwood 715-267-6114


REV. ROBERT LOVE
9:30 a.m. - Sunday school for all ages
10:30 a.m. - Sunday morning worship service
6:30 p.m. - Wednesday All For Him (grades 7-12)
6:30 p.m. - Wednesday AWANA club ( age 3-grade 6)

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snow at Christmas time. Our farm was


at the end of a dead end road and getting
all the way to the house and barn was an
impossible task when the snow drifted in.
So we would leave our car parked out at
the end of our garden and walk in.
Most of the cows were dry at the
time, so getting the milk out for the
milk hauler was no problem. Two cans
fit well on our sled which we would pull
through the snow to the high spot where
we parked our car.
That winter in late December, we
could still drive all the way in. It was a
winter I will always remember, as my
brother, Ernest, was killed at the U.S.
Army Arsenal in Pine Bluff, Ark. That
resulted in lots of friends, neighbors
and relatives visiting before, during and
after the funeral. And as I recall it was an
easy job walking from the church to the
cemetery the day of the funeral, which
was on Dec. 28.

With a new year ahead, I wonder what


will face us? In April well be voting at
the spring elections for all our school and
county board members along with city
council and village boards.
In August, many of us will be sitting
and watching the 2016 Olympics from Rio
de Janeiro. That should be interesting
as there shouldnt be much difference
in time zones. The network carrying the
games wont have to carry the program
on film while giving us the impression
it is live.

Of course next year will also be an


election year as we have already been told
time and time again. Right now Im holding my breath that we will get through
it without a major conflict breaking out
somewhere. The political conventions
will probably provide us with hostile
times if the races continue as they are
currently running.
It seems like all the candidates can
do is tell us how they plan to bomb, kill,
and do away with the so called enemy,
which in this day and age is just a little
hard to define. Dont they understand
peace cannot be bought with bullets?
There are some who seem to identify
them by their religion, or the region of
the country. The comments can do nothing more than fuel the fire of hatred for
the United States.
What concerns me more than anything is the lack of candidates acting
presidential. You cant tell me someone
acting like a six-year-old bully, or brat,
can suddenly change into a kind person
ready to lead our nation.

Zion American Lutheran ELCA

Holy Family Catholic Church

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deadline. This week Im setting my own
early deadline. If all goes well, by the
time you are reading this we should be
somewhere deep in the heart of Texas.
Well be heading for Port Aransas, our
winter destination for the 19th time.
It is hard to believe that as I write this
on Dec. 23, it is pouring rain. This will
certainly go down in the record book as
very unusual. I was hoping for some mild
weather before we left, but this is beyond
anything I had hoped for.

After spending a beautiful December


Saturday driving to Holmen to spend
the day with our daughter, Sue, and her
husband, Mark, I decided that from now
on she can do all our trip planning during
the winter months. As everyone knows,
in this country, any travel from the first
of November to the first of April is always in doubt, depending on the weather.
First Sue picked the third Sunday in
November for us to get together with her
and our grandson, John, in Madison. It
turned out to be a grand day.
Then came last Saturday. After what
seemed like weeks of gray cloudy skies,
we have a clear morning. After a very
light dusting of snow overnight, it was
a great day to be out. I drove to Colby to
pick up our daughter, Shelly, to ride along.
When I got home, I was trying to explain
to Florence how nice it was, even though
the temperature was in the single digits. I
told her I wanted to write a song and was
going to call it, Oh, What a Morning.
She told me, you cant do that because
someone has already written one. Not
that I would doubt her or anything, but
I did look it up on the Internet. Sure
enough. In 2012, the Alabama School of
Gospel Music sang that very song to end
their program.
Then we have another, O What A
Beautiful Morning, which is credited
to Glenn Miller and his U.S. Army Band
in 1943-44. I just cant win, but was even
more pleased to know the beautiful sunny
morning with the sun shining on a very
light layer of snow would be preserved
for us living north of Neillsville. That is
where we ran out of the snow and back
to brown fields.

Someone asked me this morning if


I could ever remember a winter starting like this. Not in my recollection, I
said, but the weatherman did tell us the
other night that the winter of 1943-44 had
started out with a brown Christmas.
I dont remember too much about it,
but I do recall there really wasnt much

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Spencer Senior Citizens gather


On Dec. 17, the Spencer Senior Citizens met at the Buttercup Restaurant in
Spencer for a Christmas dinner with 12
members and one guest attending. Dessert was provided, complements of the
restaurant owner.
After eating, James Harwood read
poetry that he wrote named, "Christmas
Reflections" and "Grandfather". Lindy
Bruss passed out candy canes for each
and read, "The Candy Cane Legend".
After dinner the group met at the
Ponderosa II community room. President

Christine Kurz read a letter she received


from the Historical Society. They are in
need of funds to finish their project. She
suggested the group donate $50. A motion
was made and seconded to do that.
Bingo was played. Everyone received a
gift of their choice from President Kurz.
Apple cider, coffee, and a variety of
Christmas cookies were served for lunch.
The regular meeting will be on Jan.
21, 2016, at 1:30.
Marie Weiland, secretary

Spencer Womens Club hold meeting


The Spencer Womens Club was called
to order by Terre Jones at the village
municipal building. Pledge of Allegiance and club collect were recited. The
minutes of the previous meeting and
treasurer's report were approved as read.
Thank you notes were received from
the King's Pantry and the Kids Group.
Old business: Scholarship was awarded to Jackie Matteson. Her major is language interpretation, class of 2019.
Reminder: Wreath sale ends Nov. 9,
sales are strong as of this date.
A reminder of cookie donations coming up for LuCille Tack Center of the

Arts. Two dozen for a performance on


Feb. 20, and three dozen for two performances on April 10.
New business: Lunch With Santa on
Dec. 5. Members are asked to bring two
dozen cookies for Santa's visitors and six
small gifts for the youngsters to purchase
gifts at a reasonable price Bring ribbon,
scissors, and tape for gift wrapping. Mary
Anne and Pauline will take care of the
Christmas card project for grade school
students.
Terre and Mary Anne made a seconded motions to adjourn the meeting.
Next meeting will be Jan. 7, 2016.

Marriage Licenses
The Clark County clerk has granted the following marriage licenses:
Sarah M. ONeill, town of Butler, and Michael S. Twitty, town of Butler, no
date or location listed.
Angreina Sadede, Indonesia, and John W. Knudtson, town of Lynn, on Dec.
22, at Neillsville.

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8-oz. package, sliced baby portobello mushrooms
1 pkg. frozen spinach, thawed and drained of any excess water
1 pt. cherry tomatoes, halved
1 large roasted red pepper, sliced julienne
3 cloves roasted garlic, minced
1 large chicken breast, grilled and sliced
1 c. sun-dried tomato vinaigrette (or your favorite sauce)
Salt and pepper
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2 oz. shredded mozzarella cheese
1 tsp. dried basil
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Simmer for approximately 5 minutes. Serve warm over pasta.

Raspberry cream cheese brownies


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1/2 c. butter
2 1/3 c. sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
5 large eggs

1 c. flour
1/4 tsp. salt
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OBITUARIES

Wednesday, December 30, 2015 - Tribune Record Gleaner - Page 5

Erma Rittenhouse

Arthur Homan

Erma V. Rittenhouse, 92, Marshfield, formerly of Willard


and Greenwood, passed away at her home on Friday, Dec.
18, 2015. A graveside service will be held at a later date.
Erma Vernie Nimbar was born on Aug. 31, 1923, in
Withee, to Ernest and Vernie (nee VanGorder) Nimbar.
She was raised and received her education in the Withee
area, graduating from Withee High School in 1941. After
completing high school, Erma attended college in Eau
Claire for one year, and received a secretarial degree. She
married Laverne Bud Brown on Oct. 25, 1947, in Owen,
and they resided in Greenwood their entire married life.
Erma worked most of her adult life as an office manager
for various employers, including attorney Karl Pappe,
Greenwood Homes, Stratwood Homes, Marshfield Homes, and Paget Equipment in
Marshfield. Her husband, Bud, died on April 6, 2002. Erma continued to work until
retiring from Paget Equipment in 2006. She married Wesley Rittenhouse on April 7,
2006, and they resided in Willard until his death on Jan. 20, 2015. Erma then moved
to Marshfield, where she resided until her death. She was a member of Immanuel
United Church of Christ in Greenwood, and was a member of the Greenwood American Legion Auxiliary since 1948. Erma had many interests, but especially loved
spending time with her family, taking care of her hummingbirds, baking, cooking,
family vacations to the Wisconsin Dells, and going to her husband Lavernes army
reunions. She was the most loving, caring and grounded person, who will be missed
more than she could ever know.
Erma is survived by her children, Darrel (Ardis) Brown, McFarland, and Tami
(Brian) Johnson, Marshfield; seven grandchildren, Julie (Justin) Weir, Acton, Mass.,
Natalie Brown, Loyal, Carrie LaMarr, Marshfield, Maxwell Holm, Cadott, Luke Holm,
Eau Claire, Jenni Antrim, Loyal, and Christina (Jerald) Olson, Eau Claire; nine greatgrandchildren, Porter and Fiona Weir, Addison Holm, Gweneth and Amya LaMarr,
Loki Barrett, James Mondroski, and Parker and Ian Olson; two nephews, Paul and
Scott Nimbar; and one niece, Jodi Nimbar.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her step-father, Arno Decker; her
husbands, Laverne Brown and Wesley Rittenhouse; one daughter, Terri Antrim;
one granddaughter, Sherida Holm; one son-in-law, James Antrim; and one brother,
Terry Nimbar.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.cuddiefh.com.
Cuddie Funeral Home, Greenwood, is assisting the family with arrangements.
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Arthur H. Hoffman, 88, Weston, formerly of Loyal,


passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, at Aspirus
Wausau Hospital. A memorial service will be held at 11
a.m., on Wednesday, Dec. 30, at Trinity Lutheran Church
in Loyal. Rev. Daniel Zimmerman will officiate. Burial
will follow in the Loyal City Cemetery. Visitation will
be held at the church, on Wednesday, from 10 a.m. until
time of service.
Arthur Henry Hoffman was born on Feb. 6, 1927, in
Tomahawk, to Frank and Helen (nee Haug) Hoffman. He
was raised and received his education in the Tomahawk
area, where he attended Mitchell School. His family moved
to a farm in Loyal in 1944. Art worked on the farm until
being inducted into the U.S. Army on Sept. 22, 1950. After his discharge from the
service on Aug. 23, 1952, he returned to Loyal and worked on the family farm until
taking it over in 1955. He and his brother, Walt, owned and operated the farm until
1989, at which time they sold the farm and moved into Loyal. He resided in Loyal
until moving to Stoney River Assisted Living in Weston in 2014. He was a member
of Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal American Legion Post #175, Neillsville V.F.W.
Post #2441, and the 40 & 8 Group 821 Wisconsin. Art had many interests, but especially enjoyed fishing and bowling. In appreciation for the many hours of volunteer
work for the American Legion and the community, Arthur and his brother, Walter,
were honored by the Loyal Chamber of Commerce as citizens of the year in 2013.
He is survived by one sister, Blanche Scharnick, Brookfield; one brother, Walter
Hoffman, Weston; and nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Edward Hoffman; and
three sisters, Myrtle Ehlke, Elsie Fyke and Gladys Town.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.cuddiefh.com.
Cuddie Funeral Home, Loyal, is assisting the family with arrangements.
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CLARK COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT


Jonathan Aguayo, 25, Colby, was sentenced to three years in prison and three
years of extended supervision after his
probation was revoked on a 2013 conviction for strangulation and suffocation/
domestic abuse. He was given credit for
438 days already served in custody. He
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conviction for battery/domestic abuse.
Edwin D. Bedell Jr., 42, Osseo, was
sentenced to two years in prison and
three years of extended supervision
and fined $518 for manufacture/delivery of methamphetamine/as party to a
crime. He was given credit for 277 days
already served in custody. He was also
sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined
$443 for possession of THC/as party to a
crime. Charges dismissed but read-in to
the court record include possession of
methamphetamine; knowingly possessing methamphetamine waste; possession
of drug paraphernalia to manufacture,
compound, convert, produce or store
methamphetamine; and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Jacob T. Boushon, 19, Neillsville, was
fined $673.50 for possession of THC. Another charge of possession of THC and a
charge of possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read-in to the
court record.
Corey J. Bump, 24, Marshfield, was
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claim/as party to a crime. A charge of


resisting or obstructing an officer was
dismissed but read-in to the court record.
Ruth E. Canapa, 69, Fairchild, was
sentenced to two years in prison and
five years of extended supervision for
transferring encumbered property. The
prison sentence was stayed on the conditions that she serve 60 days in jail and
pay $29,497.65 in costs and restitution.
She was also sentenced to 120 days in jail
and placed on probation for one year for
resisting or obstructing an officer. The
jail sentence was stayed and she was
fined $448. Charges of theft by false representation and transferring encumbered
property were dismissed but read-in to
the court record.
Tiffany A. Carolfi, 24, Marshfield, was
sentenced to 52 days in jail and fined $448
for resisting or obstructing an officer.
She was given credit for 52 days already
served in custody. Two felony bail jumping charges were dismissed but read-in
to the court record.
Michael P. Gullo, 42, Neillsville, was
sentenced to 270 days in jail after his
probation was revoked on a February
2015 conviction for battery/domestic
abuse. He was also sentenced to 45 days
in jail after his probation was revoked for
a February 2015 conviction for disorderly
conduct/domestic abuse.
Krystal M. Huck, 23, Warrens, was
ordered to pay $756.83 in fines and restitution for issuing worthless checks.
Jonathan E. Isaacs, 26, Curtiss, was
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Brandon L. Nelson, 25, Sheldon, was
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Linda L. Spiegelberg, 63, Menasha,
was fined $826.50 and her driver's license
was revoked for six months for a first
OWI offense. She is to undergo an alcohol
assessment.
Duane R. Viken, 44, Dorchester, was
fined $3,017.96 and his Department of
Natural Resources license privileges
were revoked/suspended for three years
for a first count of failure to attach an ear
tag to a deer carcass/as party to a crime,
and was fined $2,468 and his DNR license
privileges were revoked/suspended for
three years for a second count of failure
to attach an ear tag to a deer carcass/as
party to a crime.
Allen W. Viken, 39, Dorchester, was
fined $3,021.32 and his Department of
Natural Resources license privileges
were revoked/suspended for three years
for a first count of failure to attach an ear
tag to a deer carcass/as party to a crime,
and was fined $2,468 and his DNR license
privileges were revoked/suspended for
three years for a second count of failure
to attach an ear tag to a deer carcass/as
party to a crime.
Leslie D. Williams, 52, Oshkosh, was
fined $599 for theft of moveable property.
A second count of theft of moveable
property was dismissed but read-in to
the court record.
Nallely S. Zavala, 23, Abbotsford, was
sentenced to 10 days in jail and fined $652
for operating a vehicle without a valid
license/third or greater offense within
three years.
Various forfeitures
James J. Bryan, 18, Neillsville, $187.90,
inattentive driving; Allen P. Ciokiewicz,
54, Stanley, $343.50, place, use, hunt wild
animals with bait; Earl B. Elmhorst, 43,
Neillsville, $175.30, failure to equip a vehicle with stop lamps; Wyatt G. Frazee,
19, Thorp, $200.50, disturbance of peace
with a vehicle; Johanna Gruber, 44, Beloit, $205.50, displaying a false vehicle
registration plate; Josef T. Gunter, 17,
Augusta, $200.50, operating a vehicle
without a valid license; Orlando P. Har-

ris, 26, Abbotsford, $589, operating a


vehicle without a valid license/second
offense within three years; Quintal K.
Hatcher, 27, Marietta, Ga., $175.30, nonregistration; Tiffaney M. Mercier, 34,
Owen, $649, disorderly conduct; Daniel
A. Quinn, 32, Willard, $589, contempt of
court/disobey order; Lexi G. Slenczka,
17, Neillsville, $389.50, violation of the
absolute sobriety law
Speeding -- $180.30
Clare E. Weber, 36, River Falls
Speeding -- $175.30
Thomas M. Bro, 58, Lake Bluff, Ill.;
Diane J. Deutschlander, 56, Stanley; Todd
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Eric N. Larson, 28, Neillsville; Heriberto Mendez Hernandez, 27, Willard;
Kaden M.K. Pohl, 19, Black River Falls;
Brendon M.B. Robinson, 20, Appleton;
Chad M. Schoolmaster, 34, Greenwood;
Stephanie A. Seals, 22, Granton; Kyle J.
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Margarito Landeros Chairez, 18,
Neillsville; Dessin E. Lato, 26, Withee;
Daniel J. LeQuia, 43, Chippewa Falls;
Willard J. Lobacz, 38, Withee; Amy B.
Moffitt, 47, Thorp; Andrew R. Netzer, 23,
Marshfield; Cody L. Oelke-Hamm, 18,
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M. Schoolmaster, 34, Greenwood; Ryan W.
Schrock, 19, Loyal; Stephanie A. Seals, 22,
Granton; Sergio Tentzohoa, 26, Arcadia
Operating a vehicle without proof
of insurance -- $10
Susan M. Leslie, 52, Neillsville; Weston
J. Meyer, 29, Wisconsin Rapids; Tanta A.
Miller, 44, Owen; James P. Mount, 30,
Neillsville; Brett A. Pohle, 47, Neillsville; Kari B. Ried, 26, Loyal; Brendon
M.B. Robinson, 20, Appleton; Jeanne M.
Thibodeau, 18, Taylors Falls, Minn.; Gary
W. Thiede, 46, Neillsville; Saul Vazquez
Rivera, 28, Neillsville; Melissa A. Weber,
38, Colby; Shana K. Wehe, 17, Loyal
Safety belt violations -- $10
Autumn R. Marg, 30, Neillsville;
Ronald S. Molini, 60, Neillsville; Lucas
J. Morrow, 27, Granton; Rick L. Oestreich, 54, Greenwood; Paul G. Schmitz,
65, Chili; David M. Schreindl, 41, Chili;
James E. Schultz, 35, Loyal; Jacqueline
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older is welcome.

Jan. 5

The Spencer Branch of the Marathon


County Public Library will have a
presentation on local history from Ronald
Draeger, who will speak from 9-10 a.m.
about Spencers railroads, the Flagmans

Building, and local hotels. The public is


welcome.

Jan. 6

The Greenwood Food Pantry at


Missionary Baptist Church will be open
from 3-6:30 p.m. for any residents in need
of assistance.

Jan. 13

Learn-A-Lot Preschool in Greenwood will


hold its annual chili and chicken dumpling
soup dinner from 3:30-8 p.m., at St.

Marys Catholic Church in Greenwood.


Carry-outs and raffles will be offered.

Jan. 15

The LuCille Tack Center for the Arts in


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Los Pingous of Buenos Aires, Argentina,
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Loyal needs overtime to subdue rival Indians


Riley Geiger got an ofTheres an old clich
EASTERN
fensive rebound basket to
in sports about ignoring
cut the lead back to four,
season records when two
CLOVERBELT
and Jordan Radues hoop
arch-rivals meet on the
BOYS BASKETon a feed from Cameron
field of play, because a
trimmed it down
team with a lesser record
BALL STANDINGS Brussow
to two with 4:34 to go.
will rise to the occasion to
After a Geiger free throw,
try to knock its nemesis
Marsh. Columbus ... 5-0
Toburen popped a pull-up
off a loftier perch. It may
Owen-Withee .........4-0
jumper to put Greenwood
be just an overused axiom,
Neillsville............... 4-1
on top 39-36 at the 2:58
but it was proven to be true
Loyal ...................... 4-2
mark, but those would
again on Dec. 22 when the
prove to be the Indians
Greenwood boys basketColby ..................... 3-2
last points of regulation.
ball team took Loyal into
Spencer ................. 2-2
Geiger hit another free
overtime.
Granton ................. 1-5
throw to make it 39-37 with
Loyal came into the
Greenwood ............ 0-5
2:39 to play, and then hit a
contest at 3-2 in the EastGilman ................... 0-6
pair of bonus free throws
ern Cloverbelt Conference
at 1:43 to tie it at 39-39. Afand fresh off an upset
ter Trevor Serocki missed
win over defending league
a shot, Lindner grabbed
champion Spencer, while
Greenwood had struggled to an 0-6 overall the rebound and Greenwood called a time
season start. As is often said, those num- out at 1:02. The Indians then passed the
bers didnt matter as Greenwood played ball on the perimeter until taking another
the Greyhounds to a draw through regula- time-out with 11 seconds left to set up a
tion, only to see Loyal prevail 49-43 after final play. That was thwarted when Geiger
knocked the ball out of bounds with just
the extra 4-minute session.
Greenwood had a chance to win in a few ticks left on the game clock. Greenregulation, but Devin Toburens long toss wood was able to in-bounds for Toburens
at the basket as time expired was not to long heave, but it was well off the mark.
Loyal scored first in the overtime, on
be a miraculous finish. Instead, Loyal
regrouped in overtime, and hit eight of two Brussow free throws. Geiger added
14 free throws in the extra period to turn another free throw with 3:30 to go in the exback a Greenwood team that kept the tra session, and Derrick Howards breakaway basket after a Loyal steal put the
game close all night.
Loyal led 23-21 at the half, but Green- Greyhounds ahead 44-39 with 2:52 to go.
Toburen misfired on a 3-pointer on
wood mounted a 16-6 run over the first
12 minutes of the second half to pull to a Greenwoods next possession, and Howard
6-point lead. Toburen hit a pair of 3-point- tacked on a free throw with 1:29 to play.
ers in the span and added a basket on a Lucas sank two free throws at the 1:10
back-door cut and assist from Cole Lucas. mark to cut the Loyal lead to 45-41, but
Decker Lindners score on a third-chance Brussow and Geiger played keep-away
offensive rebound gave the Indians their on the perimeter until the Indians were
biggest lead of the night, at 37-31, with 6:20 forced to foul. Geiger added a free throw
with 38 seconds to go. He missed the secleft in the game.
ond attempt and Sam Revier was fouled
on the rebound, but he then missed his
bonus throw. Howard was then fouled as
he rebounded Reviers miss, and he made
1-2 for a 47-41 Loyal lead with 35 seconds
left. Marcus Genteman added another free
throw at the 18-second mark. Serocki made
a driving score to get it back to 48-43 with
12 ticks left, and Geigers free throw ended
the scoring.
Free throws were a key to the win
for Loyal. Greenwood was called for 21
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Greenwoods Aaron Lindner dribbles out from the corner against the defense of Loyals
Marcus Genteman in the first half of the Greyhounds 49-43 overtime win over the
Indians on Dec. 22 in Greenwood. The win moved Loyal into the top half of the Eastern
Cloverbelt Conference standings at the holiday break.
The Greyhounds shot 33 percent (14-43)
from the floor, but connected on only two
of 18 tries on 3-pointers.
Greenwood shot 39 percent (17-44) from
the floor and connected on five 3-pointers
on 17 attempts.
Brussow and Geiger scored 18 points
apiece for Loyal. Toburen paced Greenwood with 17 points and Serocki added 10.
Neillsville 72 Spencer 67
Spencer gave up a 10-point halftime
lead at Neillsville on Dec. 22 and missed
a chance to stay near the top of the ECC
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Loyal stays atop ECC


Five players scored
EASTERN
in double figures for
the Loyal girls basCLOVERBELT
ketball team as the
BOYS
BASKETGreyhounds downed
Granton 77-18 in Dec.
BALL STANDINGS
22 Eastern Cloverbelt
Conference play. The
Loyal .......................6-0
easy win ke pt the
Neillsville................5-1
Greyhounds on top
Spencer. ................ 4-1
of the ECC standings
Owen-Withee ........ 4-2
heading into the holiColby ..................... 4-3
day break.
Karsyn Rueth led
Gilman ................... 2-5
Loyal with 16 points,
Greenwood ............ 1-4
while Amanda Zettler
Marsh. Columbus ...1-4
and Morg an ReinGilman ................... 0-7
wand scored 11 apiece
and Jaedyn Pieper
and Hailey Rueth each
added 10.
Loyal hit 45 percent (29-65) of its shots and made 19
of 36 free throws.
Granton made 19 percent (6-31) of its shots and was
4-9 at the free-throw line. Emily Verkilens eight points
led the Bulldogs.

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On Jan. 31, the 3rd Annual Winter Bowl will take


place at Rose Bowl Lanes, 1600 N. Central Ave,, Marshfield. This event is a fundraiser to support the completion of the Wisconsin Military Working Dog Tribute.
The tribute will honor all military working dogs and
their handlers past and present. This large outdoor
tribute, featuring a life-sized sculpture of a military
working dog and handler, is nearing the final stages
of completion and will be permanently placed at The
Highground Veterans Memorial Park near Neillsville.
The event will run from noon-2:30pm and preregistration is required. For $50, an entire lane (up to
six people) will be reserved for 2-plus hours of bowling
-- shoes and bowling balls included. This is not a tournament, it is a chance to have fun with friends and family.
All ages are welcome.
In addition to bowling, the Winter Bowl will be filled
with prize drawings, silent auctions and raffles. Among
the prizes that bowlers can win are: a 55-inch Vizio LED
TV, Ho-Chunk gaming package, Milwaukee Brewers
tickets, Green Bay Packer memorabilia, artwork and
many more valuable items donated by Wisconsin businesses and sports teams. Additional event and prize
information will be posted at www.thehighground.org
and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheHighgroundVeteransMemorial.
To reserve a bowling lane, call The Highground at
715-743-4224. Donations can also be made towards this
event to honor someone special or to honor a special
canine. The names of those honored will be posted on
Facebook, in The Highground newsletter and at the
Winter Bowl. It is not too late to join as a corporate or
individual sponsor of the Winter Bowl for the Military
Working Dog Tribute. For more information, call Theresa at The Highground.

Zento, a military working dog was deployed twice to


Afghanistan and was awarded an Army Commendation
Medal. Military dogs and their handlers will be honored by
a tribute to be constructed at The Highground veterans
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GRANTON SPORTS

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LOYAL SPORTS

SPENCER SPORTS

Boys basketball

Boys basketball

Boys basketball

Boys basketball

Tuesday, Jan. 5
Home -- New Auburn
Friday, Jan. 8
Home -- Neillsville
Tuesday, Jan. 12
At Alma Center Lincoln
Thursday, Jan. 14
At Greenwood

Tuesday, Jan. 5
At Marshfield Columbus
Friday, Jan. 8
Home -- Gilman
Saturday, Jan. 9
Home -- Cornell -- 1 p.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 5
Home -- Owen-Withee
Friday, Jan. 8
At Wisconsin Valley Lutheran
Monday, Jan. 11
Home -- Whitehall

Tuesday, Jan. 5
At Gilman
Friday, Jan. 8
Home -- Colby
Thursday, Jan. 14
Home -- Marshfield Columbus

Girls basketball

Girls basketball

Girls basketball

Thursday, Jan. 7
Home -- Loyal
Saturday, Jan. 9
Home -- Cornell -- 2:45 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 12
At Spencer
Friday, Jan. 15
Home -- Gilman

Monday, Jan. 4
Home -- Elk Mound
Thursday, Jan. 7
At Greenwood
Saturday, Jan. 9
At Barneveld -- 2 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 12
Home -- Owen-Withee

Thursday, Jan. 7
At Owen-Withee
Tuesay, Jan. 12
Home -- Greenwood
Friday, Jan. 15
Home -- Owen-Withee

Wrestling

Wrestling

Dec. 29-30
At River Falls tournament
Thursday, Jan. 7
Vs. Abbotsford Colby at Loyal

Dec. 29-30
At River Falls tournament
Thursday, Jan. 7
Vs. Abbotsford Colby at Loyal

Girls basketball
Monday, Jan. 11
At Abbotsford
Tuesday, Jan. 12
Home -- Neillsville
Friday, Jan. 15
Home -- Colby

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Who the heck knows whatll happen next year?


pantsuits?
In athletics, will the Summer Games in Rio
de Janeiro unite the globe in the splendor of
human achievement, or will China publicly
execute its women's high-platform diving team
for only winning the gold medal by a thousand
points?
Staying with sports, will Tiger Woods ever
make a putt again, or will he just continue to
date stunningly hot blonde superstar women
and blame his game on back problems?
In music, is there an award Taylor Swift
will not win in 2016? Will a secret tape of
her singing to her cat go straight to #1 on the
country-pop crossover charts? Will someone
be able to tell me in the next 12 months if Fetty
Wap is a musician, or something you spread
on a cracker? Will Adele's album "25" sell a
billion copies, or will they stop counting after
700 million? Will the Rolling Stones announce
that Mick Jagger actually died in 1997, but
has continued to play "live" concerts because
he had enough uppers in his bloodstream to
keep his lips moving? Should we move on to
a new topic?
In the Middle East, will Benjamin Netanyahu
agree to a 2-state solution with Palestine, or will
he just continue to endlessly whine in United
Nations speeches to which no one listens? Will
Saudi Arabia continue to treat Yemen like a live
explosives dumpster? Will Qatar just shut up
and realize that nobody cares what it thinks?
Will Turkey shoot down more of Putin's Soviet warplanes, or will it change its name to
Chicken? (You know, you can really never go
wrong with poultry jokes.
Back in America, will we continue to battle
childhood obesity by broadcasting live coverage of hot dog eating championships on ESPN?

An Outdoorsmans
Journal
by Mark Walters

The Joe 2015


Hello friends,
This is going to be one of those stories that has way more to tell then
I have space for. The Joe is a deer hunt and camp that is run by Kids
And Mentors Outdoors (KAMO) each year and is held at the Mackenzie
Environmental Education Center near Poynette.
I am the president of KAMO but of the many dozens of volunteers
on this project, I am but a grain of sand on a beach.
Friday, Dec. 11 -- high 46, low 33
Here is how this project works. Five of KAMOs chapters are sending either mentors, kids, volunteers for other work or all of the above.
There are 22 pairs of kids and mentors of which 19 are on Learn to
Hunts and three have purchased tags in past years and therefore can
only shoot a doe.
We hunt both the state game/pheasant farm at Poynette and several
private properties (thank you once again to all private property owners/donors).
At first, the kids who come from all over Wisconsin do not know
each other. By noon of day two they are a pack. When they are not
hunting they are playing outside or eating the incredible food cooked
and served by Jeff and Patti Rouse and Marlene Shaw.
Marlene is Pattis ma. I have known Marlene most of my life. This fall
Marlene made a stocking hat for each kid in the hunt. This experience
is all about giving of ones time and knowledge and as everyone is well
aware that takes part in The Joe, we are very good at it.
I am hunting with 15-year-old Duncan Day who is from New Lisbon,
has hunted deer other years but has never harvested a deer, in other
words, Duncan cannot shoot a buck.
We are hunting on a beautiful piece of property owned by Eugene
Vangen that is located in Columbia County near Otsego. Eugene raises
beef and has known many of my family members over the years, so
we have lots to talk about.
This afternoon Duncan and I did not see a deer but had high hopes
for the morning hunt.
Jerry Absher of The Lake Wisconsin Chapter of KAMO (Poynette
area) was mentoring James Amacher and James made a clean shot on

THE
BORN
LESAR
by TRG Editor Dean Lesar
Will we keep marijuana use in check by continuing to insist that Cheech and Chong movies were considered comedy? Will we teach a
young generation about wholesome, conservative values by giving courage awards to Caitlyn
Jenner? Will we spend millions on anti-bullying
programs, yet allow Donald Trump to use the
power of the presidential campaign podium to
treat other human beings like stinky dish rags?
Turning now to national security, in the next
12 months, will we decide to get serious about
the threat posed by ISIS, or will Barack Obama
continue to believe that 50 dudes dressed in
night vision goggles who can breathe through
straws while they swim through Helmand
Province swamps are enough to defeat a determined jihadist movement that is Hades-bent on
making bacon out of us imperialist pigs? Do
you think Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's mother will
go on Live with Kelly and Michael and say, "He
really is a good boy. Why don't you just leave
him alone so he can execute the Sunnis?" And
maybe, just maybe, is it possible that in 2016,
ISIS will upload a message to its Facebook page
and say, "Whoa, hey. Just ran out of suicide
bombers. Anybody out there free this Sunday?"

I wonder, too, if Ted Cruz wins


the White House, should we just
hang a "Closed" sign on the country
and head for Jamaica. Do you think
he'd use my idea and go with "Cruz
Control" bumper stickers for his campaign slogan? I mean, is that cool and
clever, or what? And one more thing,
before it votes, will America stop and
ask itself, "Do we really wanna' president named Ted?" I mean, doesn't
anybody remember what happened
when we elected a Jimmy?
As another year ends, isn't it fun
to guess who'll make the news in the coming
months? I mean, a year ago, who ever heard
of Walter Palmer (the tooth-puller who shot
the famous lion) or Freddy Gray, or that
county clerk in Kentucky who refused to
grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples
on the high moral grounds that led to her own
three divorces? Tell me now, honestly, just a
year ago, did you envision that gas would be
$1.89 a gallon, or that Brian Williams would
be cleaning the NBC men's rooms, or that the
Taliban would be making a stronger comeback
than Mike Huckabee (c'mon, man you're not
gonna win. Just let it go)? Did anybody predict
Trump-mania, or a Kansas City Royals-New
York Mets World Series, or the United States
and Iran agreeing on anything other than
mutual hatred?
So, who knows, folks, what's next? Will an
as-of-yet unknown meteor swoop out of the
blackness of the distant galaxy this year and
obliterate our sphere into a gazillion pieces of
deep space dust, or will the Minnesota Vikings
finally win a Super Bowl?
You know which one I'm hoping for.

a young doe and thus we had our first deer on the pole.
Tonight, the kids go through a couple of classes on safety and biology that were given by Columbia County conservation warden, Ryan
Volenberg, and Columbia County wildlife biologist, Sarah Kehrli.
Saturday, Dec. 12 -- high 44, low 35
Usually the kids are having snowball fights at camp. This year there
is periods of rain, it is just cool enough for a deer to be hanging and
very few hunters are getting cold on the hunt.
Today, Tom St. Claire was mentoring Connor Larson who is a buddy
of Duncans and all three of these guys are from The Meadow Valley
Chapter of KAMO (New Lisbon/Necedah). Like James, Connor made
an excellent shot and we had our second deer which was another doe.
Duncan and I relocated on the Vangen farm to a large winter wheat
field and had two doe come out of the woods no more then eight yards
from our blind on the last minute of legal hunting. A tree in the way
saved one of their lives.
Tonight was a really cool night in camp. Every year on Saturday
night it seems like the kids have too much free time. Greg Wagner of
the Baraboo River chapter hosted an evening of bingo (just for the kids)
with the winners of each game getting an excellent prize, such as a
fishing rod, a knife set and the final game of the night Haaken Rosholt
of Wisconsin Dells won a 243, which was donated by some very generous people from the Poynette area.
The following morning, Duncan and I were in our blind and two doe
came out and Duncan made an excellent shot at 104 yards.
Duncan learned how to do to the new online registration as well
as dress his first deer and that my friends is why we started KAMO.
I challenge anyone reading this to help start a new chapter, join an
existing chapter or get a kid you know into KAMO. Check us out at
www.kamokids.org
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owner and holder of tax sale certificates, which are now deedable,
on the following described land:
E 250' OF W 577' OF N 412' OF
LOT 1 CSM 891 REC 626/451 BG PT
OF W 1/2 - NE & PT FRAC SE - NW
SEC 24 TWP 27 N R 1 E
And that after the expiration of three months from the service
of this notice upon you, a deed of the land described above will be
applied for.
Dated at Neillsville, Wis.
This 23rd day of December, 2015
/s/Christina M. Jensen, Clark County clerk
52-177164
WNAXLP

E-mail your classifieds to:


classsub@tpprinting.com
NOTICE OF 1ST ANNUAL
MEMBERSHIP MEETING FOR
PROVISION PARTNERS COOPERATIVE
P.O. BOX 988, MARSHFIELD, WI 54449
When: Thursday, January 14, 2016
Where: Knights of Columbus Hall
400 W. Upham St.,
Marsheld, Wisconsin
Agenda: Lunch - 11:00 a.m.
Business Meeting - 12:00 p.m.
This is your annual meeting for the:
Presentation of the audit report of the business year
2015
To transact any business that may properly come before
the board.
As in the past, your support and attendance of this meeting is
greatly appreciated.

Call to RSVP before January 4, 2016, 1-800-236-1041.

Attest: Ben Daul, Secretary


52-177000

WNAXLP

51-176981

52-177119

NOW HIRING
growingtogether
Land OLakes, Inc., a cheese-processing plant in central
Wisconsin, has the following employment opportunities:

Maintenance Mechanics:
Class C or Above
Applications will be taken until Jan. 5, 2016

VILLAGE OF SPENCER

Apply in person between the hours of 7:30


a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at 306 Park St., Spencer, WI.
Or e-mail rsum to: cwcasey@landolakes.com

RESOLUTION 2015-08

TECHNICAL TRAINING OR PREVIOUS


MAINTENANCE MECHANIC EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED

WHEREAS, the 2015 budget for the village of Spencer was


adopted on Nov. 7, 2014; and
WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the 2015 budget be formally
amended to reect actions that have occurred since adoption of
the budget;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the 2015 village
budget is hereby amended as follows:

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED REQUIRED


Ideal candidates will have knowledge and hands-on experience
in the following areas: Electrical, Mechanical, Hydraulics,
Pneumatics, Plumbing, Refrigeration, and General Repair.
The ideal candidate must be able to pursue job assignments
completely, thoroughly, with safe, efcient plant operations.
Must be able to pass forklift training test and safely operate. Must
have knowledge of OSHA safety procedures normally acquired
during on-the-job training. Must furnish own hand tools.
Mandatory that applicant be available for work assignment to any
of three (3) shifts within a 24-hour production operation. Final
shift assignment will be determined upon hire. Must be available
for voluntary and scheduled overtime as well as extended hours
and weekend work as assigned.
Land OLakes offers medical, dental and vision insurance,
short-term disability benets, and shift differential. Successful
candidates will need to complete a mandated drug screen, preemployment physical assessment and background check.

Land OLakes, Inc.


306 Park St., Spencer, WI 54479
Land OLakes, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity and Afrmative
Action Employer. We enforce a policy of maintaining a drug-free
workplace, including pre-employment substance abuse testing.
52-177105

EOE M/F/D/V

BUDGET AMENDMENT

Increase
Revenues
100-00-48400-000-000
100-00-48520-000-000
100-00-48900-000-000
100-00-49120-000-000
100-00-49230-000-000
Total

Insurance recoveries
$38,000
Veterans Memorial
$67,300
Other misc. revenue
$13,000
Long-term debt
$1,260,100
Transfer from other funds
$146,600
$1,525,000

Increase
Expenditures
General government
100-00-51410-110-000 Administrator/clerk/treasurer $15,000
100-00-51600-100-000 New complex
$25,000
100-00-51600-100-500 New complex repairs
$30,000
100-00-51930-000-000 Insurance and bonds
$22,000
Public safety
100-00-52100-300-000 Law enforcement legal
$6,000
Culture Rec and Education
100-00-55100-110-000 Civic promotion wages
$3,000
100-00-55200-110-000 Parks wages
$4,000
Capital outlay
100-00-57190-000-000 Other general capital outlays $45,000
100-00-57331-000-000 Street capital outlay
$1,300,000
100-00-57331-000-003
Street capital outlay quiet zone $31,000
100-00-57620-000-001
Parks outlay Veterans Memorial $42,000
100-00-57630-000-000
Parks skate park
$2,000
Total
$1,525,000
Dated this 21st day of December, 2015
/s/Pauline Frome, village president
ATTEST: /s/Paul Hensch, clerk

52-177187

WNAXLP

Spencer Board of Trustees


Regular meeting
Dec. 7, 2015
Meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m., by President Frome.
Roll call: Trustees Maurer, Hagen, Pokallus, Day, Schafer, and
Toufar were present.
Minutes: (Hagen)(Pokallus) was carried to dispense with the
reading of the previous meeting's minutes and approve them as
printed.
Public comments: Emily Matchey reported on the marketing for
the Business Park. She reported that Trimpac extended their lease
for their current building but are still meeting with developers to look
at other sites. She discussed the possible development of multi-family or senior housing. President Frome asked about the parcel south
of Park Street and Emily replied that she had not pursued the owner
very hard. Trustee Pokallus asked what the time frame was for how
long it will take to develop. Emily explained that it varies depending
on the project.
Announcements: There were no announcements.
Public Works report: Joe Scidmore stated that the Christmas
lights are up. He mentioned that the snow equipment is ready; the
razing of 706 W. Clark St. has started, and the roof replacement on
the village complex has started.
Scott Griepentrog reported that he had installed the aerator in
Ponderosa Pond.
Chris Helgestad stated that hatches are installed on the lift stations. He then presented phone plans. The Board authorized Paul
Hensch to go with Spring while the other phone contracts were sent
to the Personnel Committee.
Police chief's report: Police Chief Shawn Bauer offered the
monthly Police Department report. Discussion was held on the contract agreement with a municipal court attorney. The Board was advised to place this discussion on next meeting's agenda. Chief Bauer
reported that he and Officer Sutherland were going to training the
following week.
President's report: President Frome presented a card to the Village Board from Thaddeus Kubisiak.
Old business: None.
New business:
-- None.
-- (Hagen)(Day) was carried on a unanimous roll call vote to approve Resolution 2015-07 to accept a donation of 2.466 acres from
Jim and Mary Bauman.
-- (Schafer)(Hagen) was carried on a unanimous roll call vote to
approve the correction of the previously approved residential sewer
rates to set the flat charge to $14.32 under 1,667 gallons and $8.59
per thousand gallons over 1,667 gallons.
-- (Toufar)(Maurer) was carried to table the appointment of ad
hoc committees for the recodification of the ordinance book. The
Board instructed Paul to take the police sections out and consider
the possibility of the zoning ordinance being reviewed by the Planning Board.
-- (Pokallus)(Toufar) was carried to approve an operator's license
for Robert Gamble (My Brother's Place).
-- The Board discussed the purchase of 2016 equipment:
(Hagen)(Schafer) was carried on a unanimous roll call vote to
approve the lease/purchase of a John Deere loader -- $84,000
(Schafer)(Maurer) was carried on a unanimous roll call vote to
approve the purchase of a John Deere mower -- $33,627.57.
-- (Hagen)(Toufar) was carried to approve the authorization for
the village clerk to advertise and accept sealed bids for the sale of
the Kubota mower and broom.
-- (Pokallus)(Hagen) was carried to approve amending the Spencer Kids Group lease to require the organization to have insurance
when serving alcohol, naming the village as additionally insured.
-- (Schafer)(Toufar) was carried to approve the 2016 contract with
Marketing Edge.
-- (Day)(Pokallus) was carried on a unanimous roll call vote to
approve vouchers.
Clerk's report:
-- Sign permit issued to Land O'Lakes, located at 306 S. Park
St., for a new shipping and receiving sign with an estimated value
of $1,645.80.
-- Provided information on the upcoming Highway Commission
meeting to rank the MSID Grant applications.
-- The Board held discussion on the addition to R&R Flooring.
-- Reminder of upcoming Fire Commission meeting.
Committee reports:
-- Finance and Personnel Committee: Chairperson Hagen scheduled a committee on Monday, Dec. 14, at 6 p.m., to discuss PD chief
contract, phone contracts, employee agreements, public works and
the personnel policy.
-- Utilities and Equipment Committee: Chairperson Schafer had
nothing to report.
-- Parks and Buildings Committee: Chairperson Pokallus mentioned that Stratford Continuing Education inquired about a reduced
rental cost for the meeting room at the Village Hall. President Frome
and Mr. Hensch had explained that the fee is $35 for hall rental.
Stratford Continuing Education is looking for a different location. The
Board instructed Paul to organize a Dog Park Committee with the
people who volunteered.
-- Health, Safety, and Emergency Government Committee: Chairperson Toufar had nothing to report.
-- Economic Development and Main Street Committee: Chairperson Maurer had nothing to report. President Frome asked about
drilling the posts for the signs at the compost site. John Dunbar said
they are getting ready to put them up.
-- Streets and Sidewalks Committee: Chairperson Day had nothing to report.
(Toufar)(Pokallus) was carried to adjourn the meeting at 7:43 p.m.
/s/Paul Hensch, clerk
/s/Pauline Frome, president
52-177171
WNAXLP
STATE OF WISCONSIN
CLARK COUNTY
Notice of application for issue of tax deed
TO: DISTRIGUISHED CONCRETE SYSTEMS, LLC; HERITAGE
BANK; AGRIBANK; FCB-ATTN: MINERAL CLAIMS; owners and/or
mortgagees, and/or occupants and/or lien-holders, their heirs or assigns, known or unknown, of the premises hereinafter described:
You and each of you are hereby notified that Clark County is the
owner and holder of tax sale certificates, which are now deedable,
on the following described land:
N 342' OF W 128' OF NE-SW
SEC 16 TWP 26 N R 1 E
And that after the expiration of three months from the service
of this notice upon you, a deed of the land described above will be
applied for.
Dated at Neillsville, Wis.
This 9th day of December, 2015
/s/Christina M. Jensen, Clark County clerk
50-176841
WNAXLP

CLASSIFIEDS

DAILY SPECIALS. Tuesdays, potato pancakes. Thursdays, hot


beef. Sunday, ham dinner. New
to our menu - wraps, 7 kinds.
Grandmas Kitchen of Loyal, 715255-9014.

HELP WANTED - Part-time/fulltime. Loyal Pallet Co., 706 N.


Main, Loyal. Apply in person, no
phone calls please.

AFTER CHRISTMAS Specials.


Das Deutsch Eck, W705 Colby
Factory Road, Colby. 715-2234573. 25-50% off rubber stamps.
Free grab bag with $50 purchase.
Some limits and exceptions. December 28-31. Open January 1,
3-7 p.m.

AKC
GERMAN
Shorthaired
Pointer puppies, 10 weeks old,
males, $400, good with children,
all shots and vet checked. 715654-5089.

HELP WANTED. Part/full time


farm help. Milking, cleaning,
some calf work and feeding.
Owen. Call 715-613-3510.
MEYER MANUFACTURING Corporation is accepting applications for laser and press brake
area leader, prior leadership
experience or machine operation and technology experience
desired, pay based on qualifications. Also accepting applications
for a qualified laser operator,
press brake operator, CNC machinist and welders - start at up
to $16.75/hr. and general labor
and assemblers - $14/hr. All positions include excellent benefits
- paid vacation, 6% match 401K,
(4) 10 hr./day work week, tuition
reimbursement, health insurance
and profit sharing. Apply online
at meyermfg.com or in person at
Meyer Mfg. Corp, 574 West Center Ave., Dorchester, WI.
TRUCK DRIVER Wanted for grain
hopper division, home weekends.
Saturday morning mechanic.
Looking for drivers, also home
daily route. 715-571-9623.

52-177168

WANTED: GUNS - new and used.


Turn them into ca$h or trade for a
new one! Shay Creek in Medford,
715-748-2855.

GERMAN SHEPHERD Puppy,


black female, 9 weeks, parents
on site, ears already standing,
shots, dewormed, Marathon
area, $300. 715-680-0318.

Need space? Come see


this 5-bedroom home with
spacious rooms just north of
Loyal on a couple of beautiful
country acres. Features include aluminum siding, main-oor
laundry, new septic, 40x80 shed and garage.
NEW LISTING:
B264 153 Road, Spencer

Very unique property! Two


pole sheds and six grain
bins on approximately three
acres. The sheds and bins
bring $7,000 a year rent, plus this property offers a great
building site.
110 W. Spring St., Loyal

Why rent when it could


be cheaper to own this
3-bedroom
home.
All
appliances are included.

52-177167

ieman

116 N. Main St.,


Greenwood, Wis.
Inc. 715-267-7243

a
Re

lty

Dean Bogdonovich, WI Cert. General Appraiser Cert. No. 173


COMPLETE APPRAISAL & REALTY SERVICES

Dean Bogdonovich: 715-267-7600 Roy Gregorich: 715-429-0571


Will Zalizniak: 715-897-4680

HEALTHCARE when you need it,


for just $54 per visit including basic labs. Aspirus FastCare Clinic
in Abbotsford offers walk-in care
for common aliments such as allergies, ear aches, sore throats,
flu or cold symptoms, urinary
tract infections and more. Aspirus
FastCare Clinic is open Mon-Fri,
8am-8pm; Sat, 9am-5pm; Sun/
Holidays, 9am-1pm. Located in
the East Town Mall, 1011 East
Spruce St., Abbotsford.

Construction Lead
Opportunities
Medford, WI

$2,000 Sign on Bonus


Lester Buildings, a leader in post-frame (pole barn
construction has an exciting full-time carpentry opportunity,
and a Construction Lead opening based out of the Medford,
WI area. We are a safety conscious, quality-minded, team
oriented company.
Construction Lead Candidates: responsibilities include
planning, organizing and supervising the construction of all
buildings while supervising a 3-4 member crew and ensure
all safety policies and procedures are followed.
Qualied candidates must have a minimum of 5 years
carpentry, 2 years post frame and experience in a working
supervisory role. Must have valid drivers license and meet
driving criteria guidelines.
Pay is competitive and based on experience. Full-time
employees will also receive a full benets package, incentive/
bonus plans, computer and company truck. Come join our
team and help build someones dream!

Application available at:


http://www.co.clark.wi.us/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/68
For further information, contact
Karen Simington, DON, at 715-229-2172, extension 217.

W4266 CTH X, Owen, WI 54460-8932

Apply online at www.lesterbuildings.com


(Construction Lead Medford posting)

Clark County is an ADA/CRC/EEO Employer.

EEO Employer Female/Minority/Veteran/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY


HEATING/LP GAS

Used
Vehicles

CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING SUPPLIES

PROPANE GAS
SERVICES

TF-20042

REMODELIN
G
SIDING
CABINETS
ROOFING
INSULATION
WINDOWS
ADDITIONS
NEW HOMES

Furnaces Air Conditioning


Custom Sheet Metal Duct Cleaning
24 Hour Emergency Service

Quality Service
and Body Repairs
Before you buy your
used vehicle, visit us
24/7 on the Web at

www.domineauto.com
Hours: M, W, F: 8-5;
Tu, Th: 8-7; Sat.: 8-1
LOYAL
715-255-8021
1-888-715-9253
DORCHESTER
715-654-5908

Call Phil
Greschner at
715-613-0766 for
more information
about reserving
your space in the
TRG Professional
and Business
Directory

TF-20040

NEW LISTING:
N9198 Hwy. K, Loyal

SLABWOOD FOR Sale. About


6-7 face cord per load, $250 plus
$2 per mile delivery charge. Benz
Sawmill Inc., Loyal. 715-2558312.

Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, located


just outside of Owen on County Road X, is seeking Certified
Nursing Assistants to join our unique organization.
We have openings on all three shifts and will be taking
applications for both full and part-time positions.
CCRLC is a long-term care facility with specialty in
alzheimers, dementia, rehabilitation, behavioral and
custodial care.
Previous experience in long-term care desired, but we will
provide training to motivated applicants. Drug screening,
caregiver background check, and current WI certification
required for all selected candidates.
CCRLC offers an excellent salary and benefit package.

TF-20041

Thank you for your business


in 2015! Wishing you a
Happy New Year!

FOR SALE. Feeder pigs, 25-35


lbs. Holstein feeder steers, 550700 lbs., fed whole corn and pellets mix and some hay. 715-5816403.

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS

AUTO SALES
OVER 30 YEARS IN THE BUSINESS

DINETTE SET, 2 extension leaves


and 4 chairs, $50. 715-255-9053.

52-177085

The Loyal Public Library Board of Trustees is seeking a


creative, energetic person, with excellent interpersonal
skills for the full-time position of library director.
Under the supervision of the Library Board, the library
director is responsible for the operation of the library
and the development of its service program. The library
serves approximately 1,800 people living in the city of
Loyal and the surrounding area. The library is currently
open 34 hours per week, has a collection of over 25,000
items, and has an annual budget of $99,000.
Salary commensurate with experience.
A benet package is provided.
The position is to begin Jan. 1, 2016. Qualications
include a grade 3 Wisconsin Public Library Certicate, or
the education and ability to obtain such certication.
See wvls.org/jobs for complete information and to view
the job description and employment application. Send
cover letter, rsum, application, and three letters of
recommendation to jknack@charter.net
The position will remain open until lled.

WANTED TO BUY

FOX TERRIER Cross puppies


free to good home. 715-6545435.

OTHER FOR SALE

216 E. Division St.


Neillsville, WI 54456
715-743-6109-oce

Learn about the Custom Heating and


Cooling dierence

LP
GAS

TANKS
FOR LEASE
CERTIFIED
PERSONNEL
BUDGET PLANS

HENRY
AUMANN
BUILDERS
LLC
715-255-8719
Randy 715-613-0101
46 Years Experience

DENTAL

HOME - HEATING - COMMERCIAL

HEARTLAND
COOPERATIVE
SERVICES

NEW PATIENTS WELCOME


Troy D. Rens, D.D.S.
Christina H. Rens, D.D.S.

715-223-4844

Neillsville, WI 54456
715/743-3252
1-800-944-5424
TF-20058

Orthodontics
Certied Invisalign Provider
Conscious Sedation
202 E. Birch Street
Abbotsford, WI 54405

www.firstcitydental.net

Overhead
Doors
Commercial
Residential Sales
Installation Service

Security
Overhead
Door
Company
MARSHFIELD, Wis.
(next to Fleet Farm)
(715) 384-3090
or 1-800-380-3090

ELECTRIC

M&S
ELECTRIC

Mike and Sharon Spuhler


W3580 26th Rd., Loyal, Wis.
(715) 255-8006
Wiring for new and
existing homes
Commercial
Farm
(state certified)

TF-20043

MISCELLANEOUS

PETS

TF-20037

ATTENTION TRUCK RECRUITERS: RECRUIT an applicant in


over 179 Wisconsin newspapers!
Only $300/week. Call this paper
or 800-227-7636 www.cnaads.
com (CNOW)

NOTICES

40-164360

Marten Transport. NOW HIRING


DRIVERS FOR DEDICATED &
REGIONAL RUNS! Dedicated
Fleet, Top Pay, New Assigned
Equipment, Monthly Bonuses.
WEEKLY HOMETIME! CDL-A,
6mos. OTR exp Req'd EEOE/
AAP LIMITED POSITIONS! APPLY TODAY! 866-370-4476 www.
drive4marten.com (CNOW)

HELP WANTED

50-176693

OTR DRIVERS needed for Solo


& Team Positions. Midwest and
West Coast Lanes. Competitive
pay package. Scheduled Home
Time. Assigned Equipment. Call
800-645-3748 (CNOW)

Wednesday, December 30, 2015 - Tribune Record Gleaner - Page 11

Page 12 - Tribune Record Gleaner - Wednesday, December 30, 2015


Greenwood Christmas
tree contest winners

The Greenwood Main Street Committee


recently held its second annual
Christmas tree decorating contest.
Student organizations, 4-H clubs, church
organizations, and other interested parties
were invited to decorate one of the small
Christmas trees on Greenwoods Main
Street. Decorating was judged for eort,
creativity, and overall appearance. This
years contest winner was decorated by
St. Marys Elementary School students
(at left). Runner-up winners were the
Greenwood Satellites 4-H Club, and a tree
decorated by Miss Greenwood Kristyn
Nigon. Honorable mention was given to
Lisa Heckler. The winner was awarded
$50 and the two runners-up were awarded
$25 each.

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Tree sales support food pantry

Spencer Lions Club President Randy Kuehmichel


presents a check to Judy A. Drechsler for $500 for the
Spencer Food Pantry. The money was raised by selling
Christmas trees at Gordys Market.

Let our Ag
Banking Team
be part of
your team.

UW-Extension Taylor County invites beef producers


to attend The NCWCA January Beef Event and annual
meeting on Jan. 16, at the Ice Age Pavilion, 847 Fayette
Ave, Rib Lake, WI 54470.
The day begins at 1 pm. Presentations include Gary
Sipiorski, VitaPlus ABC Consulting discussing the Financial Business of Beef, Terry Quam, WI Cattlemens
Association providing Legislative Updates and Bob
Meyer, Brownfield Ag News for America presenting Life
is Too Short to Buy Imitation Chocolate Chips. The annual meeting begins at 4:30 p.m., and includes election of
directors and awarding multiple NCWCA scholarships.
Dinner featuring Camp 28s chef-carved prime loin will
be served at 6 p.m. Dinner tickets are $5 with paid NCWCA
2016 membership, which you may pay for at the door. So
we may adequately plan the meal, call UW-Extension
Taylor County at 715-748-3327 by Jan. 10, with your dinner
reservations. When you call, specify how you want your
meat prepared: rare, medium or well-done.

IS YOUR FORKLIFT GETTING OLD?


IS IT COSTING TOO MUCH TO REPAIR?
Hyundai Lease Rates As Low As 2.5%, 0 Payments in Advance,
Best Warranties
Gas LP
Electric
Diesel
3-55,000
Capacity

Jen Ritzert
Ag Lending
Assistant

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Dar

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NML
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TF-500249

At Citizens State Bank


of Loyal, weve been
making agricultural
loans since the day
we first opened our
doors over
100 years ago.
Let our experience
work for you.
We know agriculture.
If you farm lets talk.

Beef event and annual


meeting to be held

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We Deal In Solutions

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gglisczinski@csbloyal.com
715.743.7494 - Neillsville

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52-177126

Citizens State Bank of Loyal specializes in


financing agricultural businesses ~ call today!

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