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By Jerry Davis
Green and dry wood often
have smells typical of their species.
For example, white oak wood has
a pleasant, some would say sweet,
smell. In contrast, red oak has a
pungent, sour smell when cut and
split.
These smells usually diminish as the wood dries, particularly
if the wood is milled. But a blindfolded person should be able to tell
red oak from white oak with their nose.
Basswood and box elder are easily identified by their smells,
too, and so is elm. Red (slippery) elm has a different odor than white
(American) elm.
These scents seem to be as potent in our memories as other
characteristics of firewood.
Substances (chemicals) are often unique to particular woods,
which make them smell different. Acids, phenols, aromatic hydrocarbons, ethers and esters are a few examples of these chemicals.
In mst cases, the older the tree, the more profound the identifying odors become.
To the plant, these compounds are more than something
that identifies the wood. Physiologists might call some of these substances waste products, end compounds the plant no longer needs,
or cannot use. But some of them are important in killing organisms
that might get into the wood. Some have been extracted or copied
and used to kill germs, bacteria, fungi or repel insects.
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Sun. Oct. 26th
9:00 am Worship Service
Child Care Provided
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Greeters: Betty Owens & Hazel Roberts
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Wed. Oct 29th
6:00 - 7:30 - Youth Meeting Halloween Party
Tues. Nov 4th
5:00 - 7:00 - Soup Supper
BARNEVELD LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. P. Jack Way Jr.
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Tuesday October 14
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will take place from 5:30-6:30 at our
Wellness Center
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Thursday October 24
12 – 2 pastors office hours
Sunday October 26
9:00 worship
9:20 – 10:10 am Sunday School
Tuesday October 28
6:30 pm Bell Choir practice
7:30 – 8:15 Pilates in facility
Wednesday October 29 9:30 – 3:30 Food Pantry Open
6:00 – 8:00 pm Confirmation Theme Night
Thursday October 30
6:30 – 9:00 Mass Set up of facility for
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Friday October 31 8:30 – 12 prep cooking and set up
Saturday November 1
Lutefisk Dinner serving 11 – 4 pm
Sunday November 2 9:00 am All Saints worship
No Sunday School
The Food Pantry is Open on Wednesday 9:30 – 3:30 or by appointment by contacting 924-8621. Donations are always welcome
Barneveld Food pantry is a cooperative outreach of the Barneveld &
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Food pantry, housed at the Barneveld Lutheran facility is available for
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2 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 tablespoons vinegar
2 cups all-purpose flour
3 tablespoons brown sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon ground allspice
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon salt
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Grandparents Get Involved inYouth Deer Hunt “is it worth it to
by Jerry Davis
with them. They met that requireWilliam Carden and John ment by their fathers sitting with
advertise in your
Youngquist were too old to actual- them. And their grandparents were
ly hunt in the recent two-day youth involved, too, in providing land
local newspaper?”
gun deer hunt, but they were clearly in Iowa County where they could
involved when Conrad Youngquist,
11, and Ashland Carden, 10, killed
deer.
“I was just heading out to
go bow hunting when I saw Conrad
and David (Conrad’s father) waving
to me,” grandfather John Youngquist said. “Conrad had shot a buck
and I was able to drive over with my
ATV and load the deer and get it to
the truck.”
This was Conrad’s first buck.
He killed several antlerless deer last
year.
“We (grandfather William
and two uncles) were in the lookout
stand watching her and could see
the deer she eventually shot,” William Carden said.
This was Ashland’s first deer.
Grandmother Joanne Carden
was ready with a camera when her
son, Jason, brought his daughter
back to the house with her deer.
Each youngster was participating in a two-day, statewide gun
deer season hunt for persons 10-15
years old.
The young hunters had to
be accompanied by an adult, making it necessary for Conrad and
Ashland to have at least one person
hunt, in addition to providing moral support .
Conrad is a 5th grader at Arena Community Elementary School.
He killed his buck with a .243 caliber rifle.
“He had to wait about 10 minutes to get the right shot,” his father
said.
“I didn’t want to hit a twig
and have the bullet miss the deer,”
Conrad said. “When I first saw the
deer it was facing away from me and
I didn’t have a shot then, either.”
“I was proud of him that he
waited for the right shot,” said David
Youngquist, who is an Iowa County
Department of Natural Resources
field warden.
Ashland, who is in 4th grade
at Barneveld Elementary School,
loves venison. In fact she was eating
venison jerky all the while she was
waiting for a deer to show up late on
Sunday.
That’s what will become of
some of Ashland’s deer. The rest
will be cut into steaks, which she
also favors.
Ashland’s father was proud his
daughter, who was nervous when
she first saw the buck, took the time
Jason Carden and his daughter Ashland
celebrate Ashland’s first deer.
to calm down for a 100-yard shot.
When Jason Carden and Ashland left to register the deer, they
blew the truck’s horn three times.
“Oh, that’s some type of tradition to blow the horn when someone gets a deer. That’s all I know
about it,” Joanne Carden said.
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By. Carly Kolze
field. With two girls injured, we had to make
some changes to our line-up and the girls did a
great job making those adjustments! It was so
great to have both Abigail Bahr and Carly Kolze come off of the bench and end the sets with
kills against Omro. Liz Skaife, typically a back
row player, also got a kill in this game. I am so
proud of the girls and how they worked together
all day. Kassy Bauman and Taylor Owens were
put into roles they don’t typically play, but they
stepped up and helped our team earn those wins.
Jenna Wright did a great job of covering our
hitters and finding the open spots on the floor.
Our setters, Kelsee Fargo and Sarah Cannoy,
have really found their groove and are playing
so well together. Rachel Slaney was a leader all
day and helped us get those kills when we really needed them. This tournament was just what
we needed before playing Monticello on Thursday and starting playoffs against Argyle on Tuesday. Everyone please come and support us as we
travel to Argyle for the first round of playoffs!”
The volleyball team posses for the winning team
picture after a long day at the
Westfield Tournament.
Senior Profile
By: Carolyn Karls
Edited By: Samantha Schult
Bailey Olsen is a senior at Barneveld High
School. Bailey has been involved in different activities
through high school. He played baseball his freshmen
year, and participated in drama his sophomore and
junior year. Bailey’s favorite classes in high school
were gym, shop classes and math with Mr. Walker.
One of Bailey’s favorite memories in high school was
going on drives with Sam Moyer, Joe Ruhland and
Keller Kirch. Bailey’s favorite teachers are Mr. Walker
and Mr. Elfering. After high school Bailey is planning
on going to Southwest Technical College and get an
associate’s degree in industrial mechanic. Good luck
to Bailey Olsen in the future as an industrial mechanic.
By: Alyssa Doescher
Edited by: Samantha Schult
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The Barneveld girls volleyball team traveled
all the way to Westfield and ended up winning the
whole tournament. The girls played two games right
away against Ithaca winning in two games 25-13;
25-22, and against Omro winning 25-10; 25-14. The
girls played really hard with no complaining about
how long of a day they had ahead of them. The volleyball team ended up playing Westfield and Poynette back to back winning both of them. Westfield
was a struggle for the girls and they almost ended up
losing, but each match they came back to win them
all. The scores of the Westfield game was Barneveld
26-24; 25-23, and the scores of the Poynette game
was 25-14; 25-20. The last game was what showed
how tired the girls were, but how much passion they
had to win. They ended up winning against Edgar in
three matches 25-16; 17-25; 15-11. The intensity of
this game was very high and the girls loved how everyone could participate in their win. A word from
coach Lacey: “It was such a fun day in West-
Barneveld School District Updates
Editor: Samantha Schult
10/23/14
Eagles Travel Far to Westfield
On October 8th, the school board had many
things to talk about. Barneveld School District bought
a new 71 passenger Blue Bird Bus. Mr. Ray Rickert
gave an update on the school’s technology. There is
a projector and or a smart board in every class room
Heights Hold Lake Mills
now. The new 5th grade teacher Mrs. Melissa Carden
was introduced to the school board. The long term
By: Alyssa Doescher
substitute teacher for Mrs. Kleimenhagen is Mrs.
Sara Peeters. The school board was recognized last
Edited by: Samantha Schult
week for National School Board week with a cake.
Wisconsin Heights Varsity soccer team
At the meeting it was discussed that Barneveld may
played Lake Mills Tuesday October 7th. Heights did have a possible contract with Mt.Horeb to do bus
good job passing and working the ball up the field. maintenance. The November School Board meetThey had many chances but their goalie made a lot ing has been changed to November 5th, instead of the
of great saves. Both teams did an excellent job get- 12th and the tax levy will be set at the next meeting.
ting to the ball in the air. Vanguards defense played
Eagles Fight to Win Against Black Hawk
tough and gave 100% to do the best they could to
hold the L-Cats. The game was finished with a tie
By. Carly Kolze
0-0. “We did a good job doing what we needed to
do but their goalie just made some good saves; we’ll
Edited By: Samantha Schult
get them next time.” Said Riley Moore.
The Barneveld girls volleyball team fought
CC @ Portage
very hard to win against Black Hawk. The girls won
in four matches 25-23; 25-21; 21-25; 25-17. The
By: Bailey Olsen
girls were very tired and weren’t on their A game,
but that didn’t stop them for trying their hardest.
Edited by: Corissa Lease
Senior Rachel Slaney led the team in kills with 23
and right behind her Junior Taylor Owens with 16.
The Barneveld/Wisconsin Heights cross
Rachel also led the team with three blocks. Junior
country team had a meet in Portage on Septem- Sarah Cannoy led the team in assists with 21 and
ber 30th, unfortunately, not all of their team was right behind her Junior Kelsee Fargo with 19. Raable to attend. Because of this, the team was chel led the team with 13 digs and 7 aces. Rachel had
unable to find out what they ended up ranking. the intensity to keep the team going and made sure
Matthew Meyers, one of two of the runners nobody was down on themselves. Good luck to the
from Barneveld, gave his all on the course and Barneveld volleyball team on finishing their season!
ended up getting a time of 21:16. Great job and
good luck, to you and Jack, on your next meet!
Team Leahy and The Barneveld Girls’ Basketball
Team would like to say “Thank-you” to all that supported our “Golfing Fore More Than A Cure” golf
outing on Saturday, September 6th. This event raised
over $5500 with all proceeds going to the “More
Than A Game” cancer awareness event that over the
past 6 years has helped over 30 local families and has
supported cancer research. Our next “More Than A
Game” event will be held on February 5, 2015, when
the Barneveld Girls’ Basketball team hosts Monticello.
The team takes a quick break between matches.
Accuray Golf League
All Golfers and Sponsors
All Volunteers
Amy Hugill
Amy Thornton
Anytime Fitness
Argument Golf Course
Ascensus
Badger Sporting Goods
Barneveld Advancement Association
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Barneveld Girls Basketball Team
Barnveld School District
Betty Bruning
Bruce and Lisa Bunescu
Bubrick's
Clear Channel Radio
Collins' Sisters
Courtesy Corporation-McDonald's
Countryside Lanes
Complete Auto Glass-Jason & Lori Parks
Deans Liquor
Dental Health Associates
Deer Valley Golf Course-Todd King & Staff
Detailed Designs
Dodge Point Country Club
Don Majkowski-Former Packers' Quarterback
Family of Hubert Koss
Grandkids of Dona Berryman Granite Microsystems
Green Acres
Green Bay Packers
Grumpy Troll
Hooterville Inn
House of the Rock
In Memory of Ken Leahy
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In Memory of Lou Ann Parks
In Memory of Tom Farmer
Jamie & Jeremy Esch Family
Jason & Lori Parks
Jennifer Sullivan
Jessica Ross
Kari Leahy
Jim & Jeanie Farmer-Farmer Family
Kevin & Kathy Knudson
Leigh Ann Petrusky
Lia Gust
Lorene Collins
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Madison Mallards
Miller's Supermarket
Mueller Graphics
New Concepts Salon
Pat & Debbie Shipman
Pepsi Corp.
Porky's
Premier Coop
RBS Sportswear-Jim Myers
Renee Meyer
Rhonda Clerkin
Rob & Misti Leahy
Ryan Weisenel-Wisey Worms
Ryan, Nancy, Tory, Mattie Schave
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Scott, Kayleigh & Nikki Leahy
Snap Sports-Jim Myers
Symdon Chevrolet
Tailored Label Products
Team Leahy
Team Leahy Kids
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Virginia Leahy
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BARNEVELD HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS
CHEATERS
BY DON ZOLIDIS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31
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8:00 PM
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One Rough Step Closer
Late Thriller @Madison Day
By: Cole Breuer
By: Wes Williams
Edited By: Samantha Schult
Last Friday night’s match up between the
Mount Horeb/Barneveld Vikings and the Baraboo
Thunder Birds one of the worst games the Vikings
had played all year. As expected, the Vikings quickly
took control of the game by scoring two quick touchdowns and 2 point conversions to make the score
16-0. The T-Birds began to fight back and scored a
touchdown in the first quarter, and kept the Viking offense scoreless. With that, the Viking defense pushed
the T-Birds back into the end zone scoring two points
on a safety. The score at the end of half was 18-6.
The second half was full of penalties and the Viking
offense held themselves to only one touchdown in
the third quarter. The fourth quarter was full of drama and touchdowns. The Vikings scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter but suffered 4 personal
foul penalties. The Vikings running back was ejected
from the game. The T-Birds found some energy but
it was too little too late. The score at the end of the
game was Mount Horeb/Barneveld- 39, Baraboo- 20.
Edited By: Samantha Schulot
The cheerleader pose for a quick picture.
Cross Country @ Platteville
By: Bailey Olsen
Editor: Corissa Lease
Our cross country team last Saturday, October 3rd, worked hard but struggled throughout the
meet. The cross country team has been having a
rough streak but I’m sure if they keep on going they
will do better. Our own Matthew Meyer got a total
time of 21:17. Matthew Meyers says, “We didn’t
do that good as a team, we normally do better.”
The Wisconsin Heights Vangaurds
played at Madison Day last Saturday. Starting
the game off quick, scoring in the first three
minutes of the game on a cross into the middle.
The opposing teams defense held tough sending
back many shots throughout the first half. The
home team never gave up; resulting in a score
late in the first half to tie things up at the break.
The second half was a back and forth battle, but
with about ten minutes left in the game. The
Vangaurds came alive and got the ball into the
back of the net and breaking the tie. The defense
held for the remaining of the game, ending the
game in a 21 victory. Coach’s words, “We had to
dig deep to win the game. We now need to move
on to the next game against Prarie du Chein.”
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This months theme is
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Monday November 17, 2014
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sale it's the
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get fast, reliable,
and friendly
service!
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(FORMERLY SOUTHWEST MECHANICAL)
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312 East Main Street
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
ROGER UPTEGRAW
608-220-1667 OR 608-924-2053
Recent Study Shows Most Businesses Do Not Sell
Tobacco To Underage Youth
The WI Wins program recently completed a tobacco compliance checks in the city of Dodgeville
and other retailers within Iowa
County. Dodgeville was at 100% in
compliance as there were no sales to
our minors. Six retailers were visited. Although the tobacco compliance checks have not been finished,
as there are a few left within Iowa
County, we are grateful there have
not been any other sales throughout
the county, at this point.
Due to funding cuts and
that many retailers no longer sell tobacco, many less tobacco checks are
completed throughout Iowa County. Presently only 23 checks are
completed in Iowa County.
Call Us 608-437-7226
The Southwest Alliance for Tobacco Prevention is proud of the Iowa
County businesses that did not sell.
By not selling tobacco products to
underage youth, aids in keeping
youth from beginning to smoke or
use other tobacco products
The purpose of the WI Wins
program is to reduce the number of
tobacco sales to Wisconsin minors.
In the year 2001, 35% of Wisconsin
businesses sold to underage youth,
in 2013 studies show only 5% of the
businesses sold. “All retail clerks
can and should do the right thing
for Wisconsin by refusing to sell
to minors and we are proud of the
Iowa County retailers who are doing just that.”
Studies like this will continue to be done in the future.
Southwest Alliance for Tobacco
Prevention and WI Wins believes
this project will not be completely
successful until ALL establishments
refuse to sell to underage youth.
“Our goal is to stop the illegal sales
of tobacco to minors, thus hoping to
make a dent in the number of youth
who may become nicotine addicted
adults.”
A smoke-check free on-line
training is available for all Wisconsin retailers. You can find out more
information about this by going to
wisconsinwins.com or call Youth2Youth at 608-313-9220.
Questions About The
Real Estate Market?
Buying Or Selling A Home Or Land?
Call, Text, Or E-mail Me!
TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE VILLAGE OF
BARNEVELD - Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may
request to vote an absentee ballot. The elector must also be
registered and proof of identification must be provided in
order to receive an absentee ballot. Please contact the Village Office at 924-6861 or 403 E. County ID, Barneveld, WI
53507 to request an application to vote absentee. The first
day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk’s office is Monday, October 20th, 2014 (Hours for casting absentee ballots:
Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Noon) and 1:00
p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Friday, October 31st, 2014 form
8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.). The
deadline for making an application by mail is 5:00 p.m. on
Thursday, October 30th, 2014 and deadline for voting absentee in the clerk’s office is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October
31st, 2014.
TOWN OF BRIGHAM – ABSENTEE VOTING
Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear
at the polling place on Election Day may request to vote an
absentee ballot. Proof of identification must be provided
before an absentee ballot may be issued.
You must make a request for an absentee ballot in writing. There is an absentee ballot application on our web site:
www.town.brigham.iowa.wi.us OR stop by the town office
during the hours below.
***
The deadline for making application to receive an absentee
ballot by mail is:
5 pm on Thursday, October 30, 2014
*Voting an absentee ballot in person
*You may also request and vote an absentee ballot in the
clerk’s office during the days and hours specified for casting
an absentee ballot in person.
Audrey Rue, Town Clerk (608) 924-1013
407 E Business ID, Barneveld WI 53507
*Absentee Voting Hours:
Monday through Thursday: 8:15 AM to 4:00 PM
Fridays: 8:15 AM to 11:30 AM
Office Closed every day from 11:30 AM to 12:30pn
Office will be CLOSED on Monday, October 27th and Tuesday, October 28th
The first day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk’s office is:
Monday, October 20, 2015
The last day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk’s office:
Friday, October 31, 2014 at 5:00 PM
No in-person absentee voting may occur on a weekend or
legal holiday.
C
LASSIFIEDS
HEALTHCARE EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
Upland Hills Health
*Director of Acute Care Services – full-time Med/
Surg/ICU nursing management position
*RN Quality Improvement Coordinator - .8 FTE
*COTA – full-time position – primary area, home care
*OB RN - .75 FTE evening/night position; 12 hour
shifts
*Nursing Assistant – .9 Night Shift CNA position in
our LTC unit.
*Med/Surg Unit Clerk - .6 FTE evening/night shift; 12
hour shifts
*RN House Supervisor - .6 FTE day/evening shift; 12
hour shifts
*Nursing Assistant - .5 FTE p.m. shift on the Med/Surg
unit
*Housekeeping – 1.0 FTE day shift
To find out more detailed information about all open
positions and to apply, go to our website at
www.uplandhillshealth.org.
Upland Hills Health
800 Compassion Way, Dodgeville, WI 53533
OCTOBER IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE:
October 27
3:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Please call the Iowa County Health Department at
(608) 930-9870 for an appointment and bring immunization record. Children must be accompanied
by a parent or legal guardian or have a note from
parent and be accompanied by a person over eighteen years of age.
THE CARDIAC REHAB DEPARTMENT OF UPLAND HILLS HEALTH will hold a Fall Dance Jamboree, Oct. 23, from 6 to 9 pm at the Dodger Bowl
in Dodgeville. The public is invited. Please join us
for light refreshments, fun and music! Donations at
THE OCTOBER MEETING OF THE BIRCH LAKE the door will be greatly appreciated.
HCE will be held at Becky Stauffer’s home on Monday, October 27 at 7:30pm. Please note this is a change of location. A REMINDER FROM THE VILLAGE OF
Co-hostess will be Denise Hummel and the project lesson, BARNEVELD
“Cake Mix Magic” will be presented by Nancy Gaffney. Visi- Snow Removal: ORDINANCE #8.06 The owner,
tors are welcome! For questions, contact Marcia at 924-8621. occupant or person in charge of each and every
building, structure or unoccupied lot in the Village
NOTICE OF PUBLIC BUDGET HEARING FOR THE fronting or abutting any sidewalk shall keep said
sidewalk clear of all snow and ice. All accumulatVILLAGE OF BARNEVELD
Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday, November 5th, ed snow and/or ice MUST be cleared within twen2014 at 7:30 p.m. at the Barneveld-Brigham Municipal ty-four (24) hours from the time the snow ceases to
Building a PUBLIC HEARING on the PROPOSED BUD- accumulate on said sidewalk. In the event that ice
GET of the Village of Barneveld will be held. The proposed has formed in such a manner that it cannot be rebudget in detail is available for inspection at the clerk’s of- moved, the sidewalk shall be sprinkled with a matefice in the Barneveld-Brigham Municipal Building, 403 E. rial to accelerate melting or prevent slipping. Also,
County ID, Barneveld, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Mon- no person shall push, shove or in any way deposit
any snow or ice onto any public streets, alley, sideday through Thursday.
walk or public lands dedicated to public use. Snow
THE BARNEVELD/RIDGEWAY OVER 55 GROUP will shall remain on the property of the owner unless
meet October 27th at 12:00 p.m. with a potluck lunch at permission has been granted from the property
Summit Apartments. A member of the Iowa County Board owner that snow is put on. No person in clearing
will be there to explain the referendum on Bloomfield Man- snow from a driveway, parking lot, filling station,
or. Darla Burton, Elder Benefit Specialist from ARDC will garage entrances or other large areas used for busihave information on Part D Medicare. Any questions you ness purposes shall pile or distribute snow in the
may have, Darla may have an answer. Monday November streets or alleys in such a way so as to narrow, limit
10th will be our Thanksgiving Dinner. November and De- vision or cover or interfere with fire hydrants. Failcember there will be only one potluck lunch and meeting ure to follow Village Ordinance 8.06 may be subject
to penalties set forth in the Ordinance.
for each month. December’s meeting is the 8th.
The Barneveld/Ridgeway over 55 group would like to extend
an invitation to the Summit Apartment Board members to
join our group for Thanksgiving Dinner. Also, anyone in
the apartments or in the area, you are welcome to attend.
Please call Mary Ann at 924-4342 to make a reservation.
A REMINDER FROM THE VILLAGE OF BARNEVELD
Fire Hydrants: ORDINANCE #8.06 The Owner or occupant of any property which abuts a fire hydrant shall refrain
from obstructing the hydrant or access to the hydrant in any
way, and shall remove all snow from the hydrant and at least
four feet around the hydrant within twenty-four (24) hours
of a snowfall and keep the hydrant free of snow at all times
unless a waiver is approved by the Barneveld-Brigham Fire
Chief. Waivers need to be applied for each year by September 1st and will be good October 1st through September
30th.
BARNEVELD SHOPPER
SATURDAY NOON DEADLINE: 12:00 PM
Items received on or before Saturday's mail will be included in the upcoming Thursdays publication.
$10.00/30 words or less, 10 cents for each additional
word after 30. Call 924-2002 for other ad cost.
E-MAIL DEADLINE: 12:00 p.m. on Saturday.
E-MAIL: [email protected]
In the subject line enter (Shopper & your phone #)
CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS ACCEPTED: call 9242002
Please send/enclose payment to:
Barneveld Shopper 2827 McSherry-Nihles Rd, Barneveld, WI 53507
AMERICAN LEGION SAL meets the 2nd Tues. of each
month @ the Legion Hall.
AMERICAN LEGION will meet the first Monday of
each month at 7:00 PM at the American Legion hall.
TH COMMUNITY CLOTHES CLOSET'S hours are
the 2nd & 4th Saturdays, 10 a.m. -noon and the 3rd
Thursday, 5-7 p.m. The Clothes Closet located at 102 E.
Lincoln St., Mt. Horeb.
FOOD PANTRY: The Barneveld Food pantry is a cooperative outreach of the Barneveld & Ridgeway churches, local organizations and private donations. The Food
pantry, housed at the Barneveld Lutheran facility is
available for those in need in the area. The Pantry is
Open on Wednesday 9:30 – 3:30 or by appointment by
contacting 924-8621. Donations are always welcome.
THE BARNEVELD ADVANCEMENT ASSOCIATION is looking for new members. We meet the 3rd
Tuesday of every month, so if you’re interested in giving
back to the community please come to the American
Legion Hall at 7pm.
THE BLUE MOUNDS FOOD PANTRY & CLOTHING CONNECTION is located at 11010 Blackhawk
Drive, located in the Blue Mounds Industrial Park south
of Hwy 18/151. Hours are every Thursday from 9 to
11 and 4 to 6. We have no residence restrictions. You
can come every week. We offer free food and clothing.
Questions about food contact Sharon at 437-8680 or
clothing contact Fran at 437-2213.
Always willing to accept donations. Monetary ones can
be sent to PO Box 92, Blue Mounds, WI 53517 while
others can be brought to the Pantry during open hours
or call the contacts.
BARNEVELD SCHOOL BOARD meets the 2nd
Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. THE NOVEMBER REGULAR BOARD MEETING WILL BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 5, NOT ON
THE 12TH
GET
Barneveld Family Chiropractic
NOTICED
and Wellness Center
101 S Jones St
Barneveld, WI 53507
608-924-2424
www.barneveldfamilychiropractic.com
FALL SPECIALS
Fall Aerating Special Starting At 39.99.
Add A Fall Fertilizer App For An Additional 34.99
Fall Cleanup Service. (Leaf Removal) Call For Pricing
Fall Landscape Projects- Receive 15% Off All Estimates.
**prices are for a lawn size of 10,000 sq/ft or less - larger size lawns are an additional charge
Retaining Wall Installation - Finish Grading/seeding - Flower Bed Installation
We are happy to
announce that we have a
NEW Massage Therapist
joining us starting
November 1, 2014
ADVERTISE
1030 COPIES DISTRIBUTED
WEEKLY & NOW ON THE WEB
YEARLY RATES ARE LESS THAN
YOU BUYING STAMPS FOR
ONE WEEK
Weekly Classified ads starting at $10.00
up to Full page-$156.00
924-2002
[email protected]
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GET
Heather Kammerude, LMT NOTICED
608-642-4209
call to set up an appointment today
ADVERTISE
The Village of Barneveld has set
Halloween
TRICK OR TREATING
hours from
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on
Friday, October 31st, 2014
HAWLEY AUCTION
Collectibles- Red Wing & Galena
Pottery - Advertising PiecesFennimore Tools
- Antiques- Toys & More!
See HawleyAuctions.com for photos & details
SATURDAY, OCT. 25 •10 AM
8018 AACC Road- Barneveld, WI 53507
Turn On North County Road K. Turn Left On County Road HH.
Turn Left On AACC Rd. Look For Hawley Auction Signs.
Watch for new envelope from
United Fund of Iowa County
New this year will be how you receive your
UFIC donation envelope. The envelope will
come stuffed in your Advisor on Tuesday, November 11. Please watch for it and don't throw
it away.
by Jerry Davis
To learn more about UFIC or to make a donation visit us at
www.unitedfundiowacounty.org . Like us on Facebook as
well.
UFIC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. United Fund of Iowa
County (UFIC) distributes the monies to organizations/projects that
serve Iowa County residents.
Auctioneers Note:
Pat Graham, long time collector, is downsizing
Terms: Cash, Check or major credit cards, 3.00 fee for use of credit cards,
10% buyer fee, NO sales tax, no warranties or guarantees. All purchases must
be settled day of sale. Photo ID Required to Bid/Buy. Announcements made at
sale take precedence over advertised material. Come prepared to remove items
day of sale.
WI REG. AUCTIONEER:
A. G. Hawley #256 & Johnny Hawley #2072
2669 County Rd. P, Mt. Horeb, WI 53572
Taking Quality Consignments & Estates
608-437-4650 [email protected]
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WOULD YOU LIKE TO HELP
YOUR COMMUNITY?
THE BARNEVELD AREA
RESCUE SQUAD IS LOOKING
FOR DRIVERS!
• Drivers are non-EMT volunteers
that we will certify in CPR.
• Drivers are responsible for getting
the ambulance to EMS calls and to
area hospitals.
• Drivers will learn how to operate
the ambulance and radio system.
• Drivers will learn where important
supplies are kept.
• Safety is our top priority.
If you are interested, please send your contact info. to
[email protected]
Special items in
our “Town”
The United Fund of Iowa County 2014-15 volunteer board of directors. Back row l to r - Marilyn Rolfsmeyer of Hollandale, Larry McNeill of Mineral Point, Jenny Dochnahl of Mineral Point, Karl Pustina of Dodgeville. Middle row l to r - Dorothy Radke of Dodgeville,
Diane McGuire of Highland, Ike Fritsch of Cobb, Audrey Rue of
Barneveld, Karen Tennessen of Mineral Point, Donna Peterson of
Dodgeville. Front row l to r - Lois McComish of Dodgeville, Potsie
Weber of Dodgeville, Cheryl Lee of Rewey.
Missing is Steve Moore of Arena.
BARNEVELD UCC
HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR
SAT. NOV. 22 - LEGION HALL
VENDORS NEEDED
437-1005
Every community has items that help
make an area, town,
or village what it is.
These items may be
huge and valuable, tiny
and seemingly worthless, or even impossible to be structurally
described.
An item might be
the smell of freshly cut
and conditioned alfalfa
just prior to the Fourth
of July, or a particular
forest or fence post
that is often covered
with hoar frost or rime
frost when the local
air is able to initiate
changes in the state of
moisture in early January, as it goes from a
solid to liquid to gas
or skips one of these
physical states.
Maybe a recognizable animal, wild or
domestic, is frequently seen by residents or
visitors, often in the
same location.
Even the angles
a farmer creates when
he or she plants a corn
field have come to be
watched, maybe subconsciously.
Special items
are old buildings that
remain
upright
in
spite of violent winds,
potholes that never
succumb to repeated
patching, or century-old trees that mark
time internally.
Doors mysteriously painted blue may
be pointed out to give
directions to a nearby
neighbor or delivery
service driver.
The sounds of
Sunday morning motor bikes racing on local county roads can
be special items, albeit
unpleasant to some.
Everyone has
their own special items
and I’ll share a few of
them in this newspaper
during the next several
months and provided a
touch of history.
If you have any
you’d like to suggest,
please let me know
so readers can say to
themselves, “oh, I’ve
seen those blue doors.”
Jerry Daivs
[email protected]