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INSIDE....
Senior Chatter..........................pg. 05
Real Estate................................pg. 04
Death Notices & Editorial..........pg. 6-7
Heavy Equip./Vehicles................pg. 22
Services...............................pg.16-18
Dining/Entertainment...........pg. 20-21
Recreational.............................pg. 15
Bows/Guns................................pg. 15
Pets..........................................pg. 15
Specialty Shops.........................pg. 08
Help Wanted..............................pg.19
Bids & Notices......................pg.5
Area Events...............................pg. 3
Auctions.................................pg. 10
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Volume 29 No. 04, May 12, 2014 (715) 478-3640 or 1-800-234-2152 Fax: (715) 478-3540 email: [email protected]
Rep. Mursau presents check to Wabeno
Area School District
By Mike Monte
The Wabeno Area School District will be putting $162,192.76 to good use
following a ceremonial check presentation by 36th District Assemblyman Jeff Mursau, last
Tuesday evening in Wabeno.
Mursau was instrumental in changing the payment of National Forest Income,
(the 25% fund) from townships to school districts. Other area schools will also benefit from
these funds.
Accepting the check is Janet Opelia, school board president on the left, and Kim
Odikirk, Superintendent of the Wabeno Area Schools, on Rep. Mursau's right.
Instruction on perennial garden
design by Loren Hansen-Lakewood
Woods In Bloom is very happy to present speaker
Loren Hansen on Wednesday, May 14th, at 6:00 p.m., at
the Lakewood Town Hall.
His topic, which is very suitable for this garden
planning and planting time, will be Perennial Garden
Design. Loren is a graduate of UW Madison with a degree
in horticulture. He is co-owner of the “Plant People” in
Green Bay that does interior plantscaping and garden
design. He has grown up quite familiar with perennials,
annuals and roses; his father is Lee Hansen of Green Bay
known as the “Plant Doctor.”
Loren has taught many gardening classes at
NWTC so now come and learn how to create beautiful and
successful perennial gardens for our area. No matter if you
want a formal or informal garden, find out what plants work
best together, whether in sun or shade? If you like to
garden, this is sure to be an interesting and enjoyable
evening learning and sharing garden tips.
Tell a gardener, bring a friend.
Strong Forests Grow
Strong Communities
Rep. Sean Duffy introduces H.R. 4549 to allow states to
properly manage national forests
Washington D.C. – Currently, 65 million acres of
the National Forest System remain at high or very high risk
of catastrophic wildfires, and up to 82 million acres are in
need of forest health treatments. U.S. Congressman Sean
Duffy (WI-07) introduced a bill this week that would require
the U.S. Forest Service to manage national forest lands to
meet annual timber harvest volume requirements in an
effort to reduce these risks.
If, after five years, the Forest Service is unable to
meet the requirements for a designated area, Rep. Duffy’s
bill would allow the state in which the forest is located to
apply to manage the area.
Rep. Duffy offered, “The state and counties have
the resources and know-how to sustainably manage state
forest lands – management that is not currently taking
place on federal forest lands. States should be given the
opportunity to assist where the U.S. Forest Service is
coming up short.
“Federal forests provide habitats for wildlife and
offer amazing recreational opportunities for outdoor
enthusiasts. They also serve as critical resources for our
nation’s timber industry, from loggers and sawmill
operators to manufacturers of forest products and
biomass and renewable energy. We should do all we can
to ensure that our forests, and surrounding communities,
can be sustained for future generations.”
Some estimates show that as many as 4,000 jobs
could be created if Wisconsin's forests were managed at
allowable sustainable levels.
New dress code at Krist Oil-Lakewood?
By Boyd Monte
Every year from February 1st until March 17th, people can enter into many different
businesses and purchase a green or gold shamrock. The green shamrocks are one dollar and the
gold are five dollars. The money raised helps families that have someone with muscular dystrophy.
Laona Educators
Receive $2,000 Grant
Continued on page 18
Community K-9 Rummage
Sale in Wabeno
Accepting donations!
The NEA Foundation funds student response system project
WASHINGTON, DC — Laona School District
counselor Debra Kruger and science teacher Steve
Kircher have received a $2,000 Student Achievement
Grant from the NEA Foundation to implement the use of a
student response system in middle and high school
science classes. The system will provide educators
immediate feedback and show which students are
struggling. Educators will then assess lessons, make
adjustments, evaluate success of those adjustments, and
increase student learning.
Continued on page 21
School trapshooting league
takes off
By Linda McEwen
The Wabeno Firefighters Park, the fairgrounds, is
the place to be on Saturday May 24th from 8:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. and on Sunday, May 25th, from 8:00 a.m. until
noon.
The community generously donates items for the
sale. Volunteers set up and take down the sale. Many
people love to search out the good deals. Our K-9 Unit
gets all the proceeds.
It is a win-win weekend.
The fairgrounds is a perfect set-up for us. One
building contains clothes, shoes, kitchen wares, toys,
games and books. All items that fill a brown bag sell for
$3.00.
The other building has like-new items, items too
large for a bag, and furniture. These items are individually
priced.
This year we will feature a raffle. All raffle items
are handmade by local artists.
We are always looking for more volunteers. Setup will be on Friday, May 23rd, 8:30 to 2:30. Please come
to the fairgrounds to help or call Linda at 715-889-0123
with any questions to make donations.
We look forward to sharing your Memorial Day
weekend!
Crandon Library News
A Brief History of the Town of Hiles
Hiles Boarding House 1910
By Mike Monte
There are some students at Crandon High,
Northland Pines, Florence, Three Lakes, Laona, Langlade,
Tomahawk, Wausau, McFarland and Sauk Prairie that are
learning safe gun handling, gun range etiquette and
improving their shooting skills on flying targets. These
Continued on page 18
This week’s local history article is an excerpt on
the history of the Town of Hiles written by Bonnie Roberts
in 1957.
“In 1860, an old woodsman, Dan Gagen,
established a trading post and inn on the banks of the Pine
Lake. This log cabin was the only place that provided
lodging for many trappers and traders. It was located on
the Old Military Road which served as a mail route as far
as Superior. This place was sold to J.B. Thompson of
Wausau in 1863. H.B. Fessenden of Argonne moved to the
post and was the only actual settler. He became the owner
in 1895 holding it until 1902 when he sold the property to
Continued on page 07
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 2, MAY 12, 2014
TRUCKS & SUVS
2008
2006
2005
2005
2001
2000
1999
Saturn Vue XR - 4 x 4, 4dr, 6 cyl, auto, loaded, leather, 112K.........$8,995
Ford Escape XLT - 4x4, 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, 105K................$8,995
Ford Escape XLT - 4 dr, 4x4, V6, auto, loaded, sunroof, 105K....$6,995
Chevy Trailblazer LT - 4 dr, 4x4, 6 cyl, auto, loaded, 115K...........$5,995
Chevy Silverado LT - Ext cab, Z71, 4x4, V8, auto, loaded, 137K.....$7,995
Chevy Silverado LS - Ext. cab, 1500, Z71, 4x4, V8, auto, loaded, 139K...$6,995
Chevy Silverado LT - Ext. cab, 1500 Z71, 4x4, V8, auto, loaded, 142K...$6,995
See Complete Inventory
& Pictures at
www.hwy52auto.com
HWY. 52 AUTO
Bryant, WI
Remaining Factory or our 3-month, 3,000 mile Warranty
715-623-0804
"More to Choose From" Trade-ins Welcome
CARS
2014 Toyota Camry SE - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 4K miles.............$19,995
2013 Kia Rio LX GDI - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 8K...................$12,995
2013 Buick Regal T - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, leather, 29K............$17,995
2012 Chevy Impala LT - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, 55K..............$12,495
2011 Toyota Camry LE - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 32K..............$14,995
2011 Chevy Malibu LT2 - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, leather, sunroof, 35K...$14,995
2011 Toyota Corolla LE - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 54K.....................$12,995
2011 Honda Fit - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded 50K................................$12,995
2011 Chevy Cruze LTZ - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 50K...................$13,995
2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 56K.................$8,495
2009 Ford Fusion SE - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, sunroof, 55K..........$9,995
2009 Chevy HHR LS - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 97K....................$6,995
2008 Chevy Malibu LS - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 73K............$8,995
2008 Pontiac G6 GT - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, 46K......................$9,995
2007 Saturn Aura XR - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, sunroof, 92K...........$8,995
2007 Chevy Impala LTZ - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, sunroof, 54K..........$9,995
2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GT - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, sunroof, 102K.............$7,995
2007 Pontiac G6 - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 63K...............................$8,495
2006 Mercury Milan Premier - 4 dr, V6, leather, sunroof, auto, loaded, ONLY 67K..$8,995
2005 Chevy Malibu LS - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 108K............$5,995
2003 Mercury Sable LS - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, 99K.......................$4,495
2001 Chevy Malibu - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, 155K......................$1,995
2001 Pontiac Sunfire - 2 dr, 4 cyl, auto, 157K............................$1,995
2001 Saturn SC2 - 2 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, sunroof, 123K................$3,495
2001 Saturn L200 - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 153K..............................$3,995
2001 Olds Alero GL - 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 123K.............................$3,995
2000 Ford Focus SE - Station wagon, 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, loaded, 68K..........$3,995
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 3, MAY 12, 2014
Area Events
Mike Lavin Cancer Support Fund
STRAW BALE GARDEN
FUZE Presentation
Speaker/Author/Straw Bale
Gardening Pioneer, Joel Karsten
Monday, May 12 • 5:30-7 p.m.
FREE, NO CHARGE EVENT
Mole Lake Conference Center
Big Eagle/Great Marten Room
Contact Linda at the
Sokaogon Chippewa Health Clinic
with questions. 715-478-5180
Benefit for
Carol Kwick
& Family
Pack Em Inn Bar
Saturday, May 17th, 5 p.m.
Paddle Wheel, 50/50
& Bucket Raffles
$5 Cover Charge For All You Can
Eat Food & Live Entertainment!
Proceeds will go to Carol Kwick!
DONATIONS ARE STILL
WELCOME!
For More Information Contact:
Dezarie Kegley @ 715-889-9091
Or Pack Em Inn @ 715-478-3850
NORTA meets May 21
NORTA (Nicolet Oconto Retired Teacher's
Association) will host Shawano Retired Teachers on
Wednesday, May 21 at noon at Romy's Holiday Inn at Kelly
Lake. Marcia Trentlage, President Elect of WREA, will
update us on what's happening in WREA.
If you are not contacted by our calling committee,
give Romelle a call at 920-846-3703 by Saturday, May 17th
to make a reservation.
COMMUNITY BILLBOARD
PS
RA LE
2 T ILAB
AVA
Laona Lions
24th Annual
SPRING
TRAP
SHOOT
Sunday, May 25, 2014
Rainbow Gun Club Range, Cavour
(Jct. Hwy. 8 & 139)
Noon - ?
PRIZES:
SPECIAL RAFFLES
THROUGHOUT
THE DAY!
1st: CS o/u 12 Gauge Shotgun or $300 Cash
2nd: Lever Action Henry 22 or $125 Cash
3rd: Infrared Game Camera or $50 Cash
(Donated by Ethan Stauber Logging)
Food - Refreshments
Raffles - Games - Kid's Games
Shells Available
* Winner of the firearm must comply with all federal firearm regulations
Come Worship With Us
Daily Mass Times
Rev. Callistus I. Elue
(Consult the weekly bulletin for
Mass Times:
any week day Mass changes)
Saturday's - 5:00 p.m. •Tuesday's - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday's - 9:00 a.m. •Wednesday's - 12 Noon
•Thursday, Adoration
Confessions:
& Mass - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday's 9-10 a.m.
•Friday - 12 Noon
St. Joseph Catholic Church
208 North Park Ave., Crandon 54520 • 715-478-3396
MOTHER'S
DAY
BAZAAR
Saturday,
May 10th, 9 - 3
Laona Community
Building
5277 Linden St.
Tupperware, Scentsy,
Avon, Jewelry,
Homemade Items,
Pampered Chef,
31 Products, Antiques
& Much More!
COME CHECK OUT
THE GOODIES!
HOPE TO SEE
YOU THERE!
•AA Meetings - Back Door Group - Open meetings Monday & Thurs. Nights @ 7 p.m., Lakewood Lakes
Country Library. Call Mary 715-276-2318 or Bill 715-889-3512.
•Al-Anon Meetings - Courage to Change Group. Every Friday, 7-8 p.m., lower level Crandon Library.
•Forest Cty. Humane Society - Open to public every Sat. from 1-4 p.m. Call for more info. 715-478-2098.
•AA Meeting - Saturdays, 9 a.m., Wabeno Fire Station, side entrance.
•Crandon VFW Post - Meets every first Tuesday of the month. 6 p.m. at the VFW building, 104 N. Forest.
•Support Group for Parents of Children with Disabilities - Call Chris at 715-784-0058.
•Crandon Lions Board Meetings - 1st Monday of the month at Crandon Library at 7 p.m. (downstairs).
Member Meeting - 3rd Monday of Month at 5:30 p.m.; May, June & July Meetings at the Lions Clubhouse,
Courthouse Square.
•Bridge Community Dental Health Clinic - This project serves people of all ages in Forest County for people
who have Badger Care, medical Assistance & UNINSURED. To schedule an appointment call (715) 8484884. Call the Health Dept. for more information at 715-478-3371.
•Good Shepherd Lutheran Church - Hwy. 55N, Crandon. Sunday service 9:30 a.m. No Saturday services.
•Christian Motorcyclist Association - Spirit Ryders Chapter of Langlade & Forest Co. Invites you to attend
out monthly meetings on the last Saturday of each month. Call George 715-350-1679.
•Crandon PTO - 1st Monday of month, 6-7 p.m., Elementary Cafeteria.
•Wellbriety 12 Step Meeting (AA/NA) - Monday nights, 6 p.m. - ? Lower level of the FCP Museum,
Mish•Ko•Swin Lane, Crandon. Call Brooks Boyd for more info. at 7158-889-4902.
•Mole Lake Flea & Craft Sale - Every Thursday, Mole Lake Casino Bingo Hall. 9-4 p.m. Free coffee and soda.
$5.00 tables. Everyone welcome. Call 715-478-7557 for more information.
•Town of Lincoln Board meetings - 2nd Monday of each month, 6 p.m., Town of Lincoln Hall.
•AA Meeting - Antigo Hospital, Saturdays at 7:00 p.m.
•Forest County Humane Society Meeting - Every fourth Monday of the month, 6:30 p.m., Crandon Library.
•Women's Closed AA Meeting - Sundays from 6:30-7:30 p.m., 300 S. Lake Ave, Crandon. Questions 715478-1117 or 784-0680
• Pickerel area 50 Plus will meet on Thursday May 8th at 12 noon at St John's Church. Guest speaker,
foreign exchange student from Sochi, Russia. Bring friends and a dish to pass. For info call Marge at 715484-2205.
• Highway 55 Flea & Craft Market - Every Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., at the Nashville Town Hall, corner of
Hwys. 55 & B, Crandon. Interested vendors or for more info call Linda at 715-484-7271.
•AA Meeting - Crandon AA Big Book Study Group - Thursdays, 7-?, St. Joseph's Catholic Church basement,
Crandon. Contact Paulette at 715-902-1628.
Crandon Book
Club to meet
The Crandon Book
Club will meet Thurs. May 8
at 7:00 p.m. in the Fireplace
R o o m o f t h e l i b r a r y.
Discussion will be on The
Baker's Daughter by Sarah
McCoy. Pat Schultz will lead
the discussion. Hope to see
you all there.
Meat Raffle
Saturday, May 10th, 1 p.m.
Beavers Bar & Grill
16861 Unity Dr., Townsend
(Located off Cty Hwy. T, 4ВЅ miles off of St. Hwy. 32)
THIS MEAT RAFFLE WILL BE A MONTHLY EVENT AND WILL BE
HELD THE SECOND SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH.
All money raised will stay local the help families afflicted with
cancer.
THESE ARE A FEW OF THE MEATS THAT WILL
RAFFLED: BEEF TENDERLOINS, PORK
TENDERS, PORK RIBS, BACON, LOBSTER,
RIBEYES, N.Y. STRIP STEAKS
Come join us in worship at the
Community Church of Mole Lake
We are a nondenominational church that uses
the Bible as our authority for faith and practice. We
learn the truth of God's word through verse by verse
exposition of the Scripture.
Worship Service: 10 a.m.
Sermon Topic: (Matthew 19:1-6)
The Teaching of Christ on Marriage
2973 Highway 55, Crandon • 715-784-0250
The Northwoods Master Gardener's
Association of Forest County
is sponsoring its
5 Annual GARDEN FAIR
Saturday, May 17, 2014
9 am to 2 pm. at The Hair-i-tage
grounds 300 E. Pioneer St
(Hwy 8 E. in Crandon)
Approximately 15 vendors featuring a
wide variety of perennials and
annuals as well as vegetable plants,
herbs, house plants/tropicals, trees,
shrubs, seeds, dish gardens etc.
For Info, call Pam Rau at 715-478-2199
or Bev Dennison at 715-478-2926
Wabeno Post 44
American Legion
Social
June 2, 2014
Enjoy the fellowship
of your comrades at
Backhaus Sportsmen’s
Retreat, Wabeno.. Cocktails
5:00 p.m. and dinner at 6:00
p.m. Reservations/payment
with check payable
Backhaus Sportsmen’s
Retreat in the amount of
$13.50, includes tax and tip,
should be sent to June
Hostess’, Robert & Diane
Johnson, 3724 Hwy 32,
Laona, WI 54541. (715-6742123)
RSVP by May 24,
2014.Reminder postcards
are being mailed to persons
attending at least one of the
2013-14 socials. All that is
required to receive notice by
postcard is to attend one of
the socials. Dates of socials
are listed in the Bugler
Newsletter, submitted to the
newspapers and posted at
the Legion Hall.
Grants Available to Promote
Area Events
The Forest County Tourism Commission (FCTC)
is now accepting applications from area groups and
organizations for grants to advertise and promote their
events.
The FCTC established this program to encourage
and promote the expansion of tourism in Forest County.
Area groups and organizations that put on events (within
the municipalities which have room tax in place) can apply.
Eligible events must have regional appeal, attracting
visitors from outside the local area, with a goal of creating
revenue through overnight stays.
Applicants are required to disclose their
advertising plan, budget, and source of funding to be
considered. The application deadline is June 1, 2014, and
only those fully completed will be accepted for
consideration. The Commission reserves the right to
modify or deny requests.
Applications are available at the Forest County
Chamber of Commerce office located at 116 South Lake
Avenue in Crandon. Call (715) 478-3450, or email
[email protected], for further information.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 4, MAY 12, 2014
Real Estate
LANGLADE CO. WI
Upper & Lower
Post Lake.
1,136 acres all
recreational water plus
famous Wolf River.
Homes - Cottages
Vacant Lots - Cabins
Great Fishing. ATV,
Snowmobile trails.
Fantastic Deals.
Broker ph: 715-216-0838
www.postlakerealestate.com
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
house in Hiles. Utilities,
appliances, washer & dryer
included. $575.00 per
month. For more information
call 715-649-3120.
B4
DON'T MISS THIS
White Lake Apartments
PICKEREL, WI -- (3
LOTS) -- All beautifully
secluded Lakefront
property located on Crane
Lake (341 Acres) in
Kasson Bay in Forest
County, WI. Lots are
adjoining and wooded.
Can be sold separately or
in one parcel. All lots
selling for below
appraised value! LOT #2 - .871 Acres, 106 ft. of
Lakefront. In this section,
only 4 property owners in
over 65 acres. $155,000
OBO. LOT #3 -- .63 Acres,
121 ft. of Lakefront.
$150,000 OBO. LOT #4 -1.049 Acres, 910 ft. of
Lakefront with 90 ft. point.
A one of a kind lot!
$200,000 OBO. 1,137 ft. of
total Lake frontage! Crane
Lake is connected by a
channel to Pickerel Lake
(1300 Acres). Swimming,
fishing, boating, hunting,
& 2 casinos within 20
miles. All prices
negotiable. Call 262-8622769 or 262-331-0752
Betc9
C o u n t r y Pa r a d i s e Laona Home For Sale! 3
bedroom 2 bath, open
concept. Radiant heat
basement & main floor.
O u t d o o r w o o d
burner/boiler with natural
gas back. Cathedral great
room with fieldstone
fireplace. 7.6 acres.
Asking: $189,900. Please
contact: Lynn Lancour
920-366-0982/Keller
B4
Williams.
FOR SALE: Very large 4.0
acre lake lot. West side of
White Eye Lake. New 300 ft.
gravel ($4,000) driveway
just installed. Make an offer
below current fair market
value of $59,000. Call 715478-5588.
P6
Near spring fed fishing
lake and National Forest!
Like new, 2-3 bedroom.
Includes heat, water, air,
microwave, appliances, full
size washer/dryer in unit,
security system. On site
management. Call Gordon
(715)216-5147.
Betc26
FOR SALE: Older 3
bedroom house with 40
acres of land. Home has
new roof, furnace,
windows and pellet stove.
Excellent hunting land with
state land on 2 sides.
Asking $175,000. Call 715478-3517.
P4
WABENO - Three
bedroom apartments.
Rent is based on 30% of
your gross income and
includes water, sewer,
garbage & HEAT!! Major
appliances, off street
parking and laundry
facilities. To receive an
application, please call
1-800-938-5648
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity Provider
and Employer.
Equal Housing
Opportunity.
Handicap
Betc45
Accessible
FOR RENT: Country - 2
bedroom, 1 bath, full
basement, attached
garage. $650 per month
plus security deposit.
Available May 1st. Call 715490-1478.
P5
APARTMENT FOR RENT:
Small efficiency apartment
located in downtown
Crandon. For more
information, please call
715-889-3207.
Betc3
HOUSE FOR RENT: 2
bedroom, 2 bath. Stove,
microwave, fridge
included. $575/month plus
utilities. Security deposit
required. Located at 5469
cole rode off hwy. 8. Sorry
no pets. Please call 262470-4494 or 262-363-2562.
Betc3
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom 1
bath house with 2 car
detached garage on 2.6
acres. Hwy 8 frontage in
City of Crandon. Home
has its own well and
septic. Great starter home
or rental unit. Home also
has adjoining 4.99 acres
that could be sold with
home. 8943 E. Pioneer
Street. $60,000 OBO.
Shown by appointment
only. Call 715-649-3655 or
715-889-9034.
Betc40
CRANDON Spring into a 1 bedroom
apartment at the Glenview
Senior Apartments.
Specifically built for
persons 62 years of age or
older handicapped/
disabled individuals. Rent
starts at $500.00 per
month and includes water,
sewer, garbage pickup,
HEAT, major appliances,
off street parking and
laundry facilities.
Call 800-938-3229 for an
application or more
information.
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity Provider
and Employer.
Equal Housing
Opportunity.
Handicap
Betc49
Accessible
Move-In Special
LAONA MANOR APARTMENTS
5269 Beech Street
• One bedroom apartments - includes utilities
• Newer appliances and carpet
• Walking distance to grocery store, bank, pharmacy,
clinic, post office & restaurant
• $385/mo plus security deposit
LDT Properties, LLC • (920) 606-2942
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Located in Pickerel near Maplewood Golf Course.
3
bedroom, 2 bath on approx. 3 acres. Built new in 1998. Split
level with finished basement. Upper floor is open concept
kitchen and living room with hardwood laminate, master
bedroom & bathroom. Lower level is 2 bedrooms, bath with
laundry, large family room and office room. Has a detached
hot tub room and a detached 2 car garage. Huge yard for your
garden and toys. Sold with all newer appliances including
stove, refrigerator, washer and dryer. $129,000 Call (715)
216-0100 and set up an appointment for viewing.
RETAIL SPACE FOR RENT
Retail space available facing
Hwy 8, in Laona. 800 sq. ft.
with rest rooms available
and reasonable rental rate.
Call Jeff at 715-674-6108.
APARTMENT FOR RENT:
Large 2 bedroom
apartment located in
downtown Crandon. For
more information, please
call (715) 889-3207. Betc3
17585 Red Maple Lane
Townsend, WI 54175
715-276-6027
Cell: 715-850-0455
[email protected]
Jeff Radish, Broker/Owner
CALL RADISH REALTY AND SCHEDULE YOUR SHOWING TODAY!!
TOWNSEND FLOWAGE/MCCAUSLIN: Two BR,
1BA Home w/ 3 stall garage, full walkout basement, Nat. gas
fireplace. Boathouse & woodshed. Located on a dead end road.
$199,000
www.radishrealty.com
N9062 Big Twin Lake Ln., Pickerel • $179,900
HOME FOR SALE: 4.7
acres with 1995 Century
Home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
detached garage. 5133 Cty.
S, Crandon. $49,900 OBO.
For viewing appointments
call 715-478-2085.
P3
80 WOODED ACRES
WITH RIVER RUNNING
THROUGH FOR SALE!
Surrounded by thousands
of acres of county forest,
also 27+- acres with
cabins. Abuts DNR land,
and 2 bedroom ranch on
16 acres which abuts
county forest includes 18
x 38 metal building and a
detached garage.
Thomas Tylenda Real
Estate • 715-218-0298
P5
A Big Fat Fish….was
swimming by as we put the For
Sale sign on this year round 2
bedroom, 2 ВЅ baths, custom
built chalet style home with
over 100 ft. of frontage on nowake Big Twin Lake, known for
its great fishing potential!
FOR SALE: 4.99 acres,
Hwy. 8 East (E. Pioneer St.)
frontage in City of Crandon.
Property has great
potential for home or
business. $22,000. Call
715-649-3655 or 715-8899034.
Betc40
FOR RENT: Laona Small newly remodeled
trailer/cottage. Very cute,
600 sq. ft., deck, small
sunroom with sky lights,
non smokers preferred.
$350/month. First, last
and security deposit
required. No outside
dogs. If interested contact
Gary & Denise Smith at
7 1 5 - 6 7 4 - 3 8 1 4 .
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O N E B E D R O O M
APARTMENT FOR RENT
IN CRANDON: Clean and
quiet one bedroom
apartment on ground level
for rent at 108 W. Glen St.
Suitable for a single adult
or senior citizen. Newer
appliances, private
parking, laundry room,
heat paid. No pets,
references required.
$350/month plus $350
security deposit. Call 715Betc3
478-7748.
Your trophy fish and wildlife will look great featured in this open
concept rustic interior, highlighted by the tongue and groove,
beamed cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors and gas burning
fireplace. A bright and airy kitchen boasts plenty of cupboards
and counter space, tiled flooring with dining counter and dining
area with patio doors accessible to the deck. The master features
a handicap accessible bath, and a large walk-in closet, also with
access to the deck. Ample room for family and friends visits with
full bath, a summer kitchen and family room with wood-burning
fireplace in the walk out basement, along with an almost
completed bedroom. Other amenities not be overlooked are the
main floor laundry, central air, newer furnace and water heater
and to be awaken each morning to the sound of birds…priceless!
Priced well below assessed value, this property will be an
impressive investment for your future! New roof being installed!
Ronald & Camellia
Schroepfer
Managing Brokers
PO Box 505 • Antigo
715-623-3600
www.season2season.com
The Deadline for ads in the Pioneer Express
is 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday. With summer around the corner
please have ads in by this time.
CLEAN-UP DAYS
Town of Wabeno
May 17th & 18th, 2014
Saturday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
• Garbage in bags must be paid for on these days.
• Bags will be opened and inspected for garbage.
• Must still recycle.
• All tires must be off rims or they will not be
accepted.
• Limit of four (4) tires.
• Car tires or smaller are all that will be accepted
unless approved by a board member ahead of time.
• Anything with Freon will be half price which is $10
Town of Wabeno Residents only.
No outsiders.
/s/ Brenda St. Peter, Town Clerk
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF
WABENO AREA 2014
May 12 - 16
LUNCH MENU
MON: Chicken fajita, peppered
fries, pine/Mand., Rice Krispy bar
TUES: Pizza casserole, garlic
toast, Brussel sprouts, pears
WED: Taco meat, wrap, Mex. rice/
corn, cherry/raspberry jello
THURS: Ham steak, garlic mashed
potatoes, beans, roll, applesauce
FRI: Brd. fish strips, potato salad,
baked beans, grapes, rye bread
PLEASE NOTE - ROMAINE SALAD BAR
& MILK AVAILABLE DAILY. BREADS,
BUNS & PASTA ARE WHOLE GRAIN.
Menus are subject to change
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF
WABENO AREA 2014
May 12 - 16
BREAKFAST MENU
MON: Mini corn dogs, potato,
applesauce
TUES: Cereal, PBJ sandwich,
orange wedges
WED: Mini chocolate chip
pancakes, turkey sausage links,
Mandarin oranges
THURS: Cereal, toast, sunny
fruited yogurt
FRI: Scrambled eggs, ham &
cheese, biscuit, fresh cut fruit
PLEASE NOTE - 100% FRUIT JUICE&
MILK AVAILABLE DAILY. BREADS,
BUNS & PASTA ARE WHOLE GRAIN.
Menus are subject to change.
Huge Lumber Sale
Glen Scheuerman
May 24th 8:30 - 5:00 and
May 25th 9:00 - 2:00.
Priced to sell. Air dried
plained pine, all sizes.
Cherry, Butternut, red and
white oak, ash, hickory,
maple and tamarack. 2x6
tongue and groove pine.
W16420 Deer Trail Lane,
Athelstane, WI, 13 miles
out of Wabeno on Cty. C. 1920-252-2142
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Submitted by Kate Schultz
May is Older Americans Month
Submitted by: Forest County Office on Aging
Each May, the nation celebrates Older Americans
Month to recognize older Americans for their
contributions and provides information to help individuals
stay healthy and active. This year’s theme, "Safe Today,
Healthy Tomorrow", focuses on injury prevention.
Unintentional injuries result in at least 6 million older
American medically treated injuries and more than 30,000
deaths each year. By taking control of personal safety,
older Americans can live healthier lives.
History of Older Americans Month
When Older Americans Month was established in
1963, only 17 million living Americans had reached their
65th birthdays. About one-third of older Americans lived
in poverty and there were few programs to meet needs. In
April of 1963, President John F. Kennedy’s meeting with
the National Council of Senior Citizens served as a
prelude to designating May as “Senior Citizens Month”. In
1980, President Jimmy Carter designated May as “Older
Americans Month”. Historically, Older Americans Month
has been a time to acknowledge the contributions of past
and current older persons to our communities and
country, particularly those who defended our country.
Every President since JFK has issued a formal
proclamation during or before the month of May asking
that the entire nation pay tribute in some way to older
persons in their communities.
The Forest County Office on Aging encourages
all residents to consider the contributions of Older
Americans to our communities and country and to offer to
them a word of appreciation.
Forest County Commission on Aging DOT Bus
Schedule
WEDNESDAY May 14 •City Route: to Schaefer's / Downtown / Clinic / Crandon
Public Library (8:00-12:00 p.m.)
•Wabeno, Blackwell, Laona and Crandon to Crandon
(1:00-4:30 p.m.) Bus Driver: Hal Weisnicht
•Crandon Argonne, Hiles, Three Lakes and Sugar Camp
to Rhinelander Bus Driver: Bob Shepherd
For Reservations Please Call the Bus Driver For That
Day:
Hal Weisnicht: 715-478-2961
Bob Shepherd: 715-478-2683
Bids & Notices
WANTED
WANTED: Used propane
RV refrigerator. Looking for
a two door around 8 cu. ft. If
you have something close
call 715-889-1280.
P4
WANTED: Old gas station
items, gas pumps, signs,
thermometers, oil cans.
Any local Crandon
advertising. Local buyer,
cash paid! Call 715-8890522.
P8
CALLING ALL MARINES - WE WANT YOU!
The Forest County Detachment of the Marine Corps League is
looking for new regular members and associate members to
come join us the first Wednesday of every month at the VFW Hall
in Crandon. Food & Door Prizes. For more information please
call Micah Dewing at 715-889-0371 OU/50
NOTICE
City of Crandon Residents
Large Item Pick-up
Eagle Waste will be picking up
"large items" placed at curbside
on
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
NOT INCLUDED: in the pick-up
Demolition waste, yard waste,
hazardous waste, liquid waste, tires,
boats, batteries, appliances
containing freon, microwaves
and/or electronics
If you have an appliance that is
free of freon it must be tagged by
the contractor that removed the
freon.
If you have any questions
regarding items that are allowed
for pick-up, please call Eagle
Waste at 715-477-0077
TOPIC OF THE MONTH
“Fruits & Veggies!”
MEAL SCHEDULE
CRANDON, WABENO, LAONA
Monday - May 12 - Beef tips over egg noodles, California
blend vegetables, fruit, dinner roll, strawberry mousse
Monday - May 19 - Pork boiled dinner with cabbage,
carrots, potatoes & rutabaga, biscuits, molasses cookie
CRANDON, WABENO, LAONA
Tuesday - May 13 - Roast turkey with gravy, mashed
potatoes, beets, sunflower flax bread, spice cake
Tuesday - May 20 - Beef lasagna, tossed salad, fruit,
sourdough bread, jell-o
CRANDON
Wednesday - May 14 - Chicken Veronique, brown rice,
herbed carrots, fruit, corn muffin, cranberry bar
Wednesday - May 21 - Turkey sandwich on whole wheat,
broccoli salad, fruit, banana cake -BINGOLAONA
Thursday - May 15 - Chicken Veronique, brown rice,
herbed carrots, fruit, corn muffin, cranberry bar
Thursday - May 22 - Turkey sandwich on whole wheat,
broccoli salad, fruit, banana cake
ARMSTRONG CREEK
Tuesday - May 13 - Roast turkey with gravy, mashed
potatoes, beets, sunflower flax bread, spice cake MUSICTuesday - May 13 - Beef lasagna, tossed salad, fruit,
sourdough bread, jell-o -BINGOALVIN
Thursday - May 15 - Beef tips, noodles, corn, peaches,
rolls, cookies
Thursday - May 22 - Chicken, mashed potatoes, peas,
fruit cocktail, rolls, bars
WABENO HOME DELIVERED MENU
MONDAY, TUESDAY same as CRANDON
THURSDAY same as LAONA
Please register with Commission on Aging - 715-478-3256
Crandon site manager Pat Raml is at 715-4780742 (home) or 715-478-3040 (site). Serving at 12:00 p.m.
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Alvin site manager Florence Kostka at 715-5454063 (home) or 715-545-3323 (site). Meal served at 4:30
p.m. on Thursday.
Laona site manager Peggy Alderton at 715-8893116 (cell). Meal served at 12:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 5, MAY 12, 2014
ATV SAFETY
CLASS
The Forest County Sheriff’s Office, in
conjunction with the Wisconsin DNR, will be
conducting an ATV Safety Class at the City of
Crandon Fire Department on June 7th and
8th. Class times are from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
both days. You can register for the class on
the Wisconsin DNR website at
http://dnr.wi.gov. The cost for the class is
$10.00. Students are required to have a DNR
customer number prior to taking the class. If
you do not have a DNR customer number,
you can obtain one by calling the Wisconsin
DNR at 1-888-936-7463.
TOWN OF CASWELL
TOWN DUMP HOURS:
Sunday 11am-4pm
Wednesday 11am-4pm
SPRING CLEAN-UP
May 19 - June 19, 2014
during regular dump hours
Please follow the guidelines from the
Dump Attendant for the Dumpsters
and Thursday.
Wabeno site manager Diana Reed at 715-850-0626
(home) or 715-473-4333 (site). Meal served at 11:30 a.m. on
Monday and Tuesday. Home delivered on Monday, Tuesday
and Thursday.
Armstrong Creek site manager Jill Criel at 715-3363178 (home) or 715-336-2218 (site). Meal served at 11:30
a.m. on Tuesday.
Public Library Hours
Lakes Country Public Library - Lakewood - Monday,
Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday
and Friday 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. • 715-276-9020.
Wabeno Public Library - Tues & Fri. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.;
Wed. & Thurs. Noon - 5; Sat. 9 - Noon. Closed
MONDAYS & SUNDAYS. Wifi signal: 8 a.m.-9 p.m., 7
days/week. 715-473-4131
Crandon Public Library - Monday, Tuesday & Friday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.;
Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. Noon • 715-478-3784.
Laona Edith Evans Community Library - SUMMER
HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. &
extended hours on Tuesday 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. CLOSED
Saturday & Sunday • 715-674-4751
Museum Hours
Forest County Museum- Summer Hours: 10-4 on
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Forest County Potawatomi Cultural Center &
Museum - Monday -Thursday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. If you have
special research needs or want to inquire about
collection, please call 715-478-4841.
Wabeno Museum - Memorial Day - Through Labor Day Monday-Thursday:
11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.; FridaySaturday: 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 6, MAY 12, 2014
FLORENCE G. PATZOLD, 86, of Wabeno, passed away
Tuesday April 29, 2014 at Nu-Roc Community Health Care
under the care of Ministry Hospice. She was born
September 8, 1927 in Milwaukee to Thomas and Blanch
(Johnson) Walecki.
Florence married Norman Patzold and the couple
began their life together in Milwaukee. She worked in the
cafeteria at the telephone company while they resided
there. 45 years ago they moved to the town of Freedom.
Florence babysat for many families throughout the years.
She was a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church, and the
Christian Mothers. Florence loved to socialize and meet
new people. She did this through bartending, working at the
Wabeno Museum, and playing cards. Florence also loved
bowling, cooking, NASCAR, and fish fries. She was
especially fond of getting together with her group of friends
"The Recyclables".
Florence is survived by her husband of 64 years,
Norman of Wabeno, a daughter Dany Jean (Steve) Cornell
of Wabeno, two grandchildren Brandon and Ainsley (Evan
Shepard) and great granddaughter, Mary. She is further
survived by a sister, Arlene (Ken) Lychwick of Gilbert, AZ,
and brother, George Walecki of Milwaukee, and many loving
nieces and nephews. Florence was preceded in death by
her parents, three brothers and five sisters.
Funeral services for Florence were held on Friday
May 2, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in
Wabeno. Fr. Benjamin Sember officiated. Visitation was
from 9:00 a.m. until the time of service at the church. Burial
was at the St. Ambrose Catholic Cemetery. Weber-Hill
Funeral Home is assisting the family. Online condolences
at www.weberhillfuneralhome.com
EDWARD CHESTER KRAWZE passed away May 1, 2014
at the NuRoc Nursing Home in Laona. Ed was born January
1, 1925 in Blackwell, WI where he spent most of his
childhood. He was the second son of Joseph and Catherine
“Katie” (Mihalko) Krawze and the younger brother to
Chester “Chet” Krawze. In 1940 the family moved to Laona
when Ed was a sophomore in high school. He attended
Laona High where he met his future wife Rosemary Kaatz.
During high school, Ed was active in sports. He played
football but his love was basketball. One of the highlights of
his basketball career was the year the Kellys went to state.
The Kellys beat Rhinelander 24-22 to earn a trip to the state
tournament in Madison. The Kellys unfortunately lost the
title game to Superior 26-22. On the Superior team was a
young man named Bud Grant who would go on to coach the
Minnesota Vikings. This story was a favorite of Ed’s to
share.
Following graduation from high school in 1943 Ed
joined the U.S. Marines Corps where he served as a power
supply and diesel mechanic. His time in the military gave
him the opportunity to travel the country. He spent time
stationed in South Dakota, North Carolina, Chicago, Hawaii
and was in route to Japan when the United States dropped
the atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6. 1945. After the
war officially ended Ed and his regiment participated in the
occupation of Japan.
On September 14, 1946 Ed married Rosemary
Kaatz. They were married by Father Stern in the Catholic
Church rector in Laona. Ed’s brother Chet and his wife
Ardis stood up for the couple. In 1948, The Krawze’s began
a new chapter in their life as they went from a couple to
family with the arrival of their first daughter, Susan. The
family would grow to a total of six daughters over the course
of nineteen years with Jan, Vikki, Debbie, Lori and Staci. Ed
worked many jobs to provide for his family. His jobs
included a cop, firefighter, bartender, carpenter and of
course, the 43 years he spent at Conner Forest Industries.
Ed started at the mill in 1946 at 32 cents an hour where he
worked in the furniture factory. In the 1970’s, Ed went into
management. When the factory shut down in 1985, he was
the last employee and it was Ed who locked the doors.
Ed truly never retired.
He supervised and
participated in the building of many homes and remodeled
numerous kitchens. Anytime someone needed a helping
hand, Ed was always there to lend his. One of his favorite
past times was spending time at the hunting shack with his
poker buddies and reminiscing. He was an entertaining
storyteller and had a wonderful sense of wit. He enjoyed
deer hunting and ice fishing and in the summer time you
could find him outside working in his garden. His home
always had visitors. Usually it was his grandchildren who
enjoyed spending time with him. Ed loved the company and
the time he spent with his grand and great-grandkids.
Ed is survived by his six daughters: Susan (Craig)
Hansen, Jan (John) Gilligan, Vikki Tinsman, Deb (Kim)
Thompson,Lori (Tom)Enders, and Staci (Dale) Aschinger.
He is also survived by 12 grandchildren: Kerrie (Nate)
Smithberg, Corey (Lisa) Hansen, Lisa (Jim) Carter, Scott
(Shelly) Tinsman, Eric (Carissa) Tinsman, Nathan (Hilary)
Thompson, Leah (Jon)Starich, Ashley Thompson, Ryan and
Tyler Enders, and Hailey and Jordan Aschinger as well as 13
great-grandchildren. Ed was preceded in death by his wife
Rosemary (Mutchee) Krawze September 2 2013, his
parents Joe and Katie Krawze his brother Chet Krawze and a
son-in-law Frank Tinsman.
Funeral services for Ed were held at St. Leonard’s
Catholic Church in Laona on Monday, May 5, 2014 at 12:00
p.m. Mnsgr. Paul Koszarek officiated. Visitation followed
from 10:00 until the time of service at the church. Burial
was at the Town of Laona Cemetery. Weber-Hill Funeral
Home is assisted the family with arrangements.
Online condolences can be left for the family at
www.weberhillfuneralhome.com
Death Notices
WALTER FRANCZEK of Armstrong Creek, WI passed
away peacefully at the Hebron Oaks Skilled Nursing
Center in Madison, WI surrounded by his loving family,
on Wednesday May 1, 2014, one week short of his 90th
birthday, after a long but courageous battle with
dementia and Parkinsons disease.
Walter was born on May 8, 1924, in Johnston
City, Illinois, the son of Adam and Katherine (Bzrdzirk)
Franczek. His family moved to Armstrong Creek, WI
when Walter was 4 years old.
He served as an engineer in the US Army in
Europe during World War II, followed by a tour as a senior
surveyor in the US Air Force until 1951. He married the
former Sophie Wysocki of Goodman, WI on June 9, 1949.
Walter attended the Milwaukee School of Engineering
where he studied mechanical engineering. He moved to
the Chicago area where worked for several
manufacturing companies, eventually landing a position
with the Motorola Corporation. He was a design team
member of the first-generation hand-held radio, or
walkie-talkie, used by the US Secret Service. Walter
retired from Motorola as head of Quality Control in 1985
and returned to Armstrong Creek in 1987. He was a
member of St Stanislaus Kostka Church, and served as
Commander of VFW Post 7444.
Survivors include his sons Edward (Mariann)
Franczek of Bensenville, IL and Michael (Kristen)
Franczek of Verona, WI; granddaughter Laurel Franczek;
sister Marie (Franczek) Stephens of New Berlin WI;
brothers-in-law Stanley (Patricia) Wysocki of Port
Orange, FL, John (Joann) Wysocki of Quinnisec, MI,
Joseph (Marilyn) Wysocki of Goodman, WI, and Walter
(Kathleen) Wysocki of Armstrong Creek, WI; sisters-inlaw Marie Bethe of Appleton WI and Susanna Wysocki of
San Francisco, CA; numerous nieces, nephews and
other friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Adam
and Katherine; his beloved wife Sophie; brothers Stanley
Franczek and Joseph Franczek; sister-in-law Mary
Franczek; brothers-in-law Casimir Wysocki, Edmund
Wysocki, Andrew Wysocki, Herb Stephens and Stanley
Bethe.
Visitation was at St Stanislaus Catholic Church
in Armstrong Creek on Tuesday May 6, 2014 from 9 AM to
11 AM, immediately followed by a Mass of Christian
Burial, officiated by Monsignor Paul Koszarek, assisted
by Deacon Jerry Cross. Burial was in the Pine Hill
Cemetery in Armstrong Creek.
Special thanks and much love is given to the
staffs of the Iron Mountain, MI and Madison, WI Veterans
Affairs Hospital Community Living Centers; All Saints
Assisted Living Facility in Madison; Oakwood Village
Hebron Oaks Skilled Nursing Center in Madison; and
Agrace Hospice Center in Madison.
Sincere thanks is also given to Joseph, Walter,
Steven and Thomas for all the times you've helped for so
long when I could not be here. Thank you also to
Florence and Catherine for always calling and caring.
The family is being assisted by Weber-Hill Funeral Home
of Crandon, WI. Online condolences at
www.weberhillfuneralhome.com
LILLIAN R. DEHART, age 94, of Crandon, passed away
surrounded by her family on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the
AGI Health Care Center, Crandon. Lillian was born
February 28, 1920 in Avoca, WI the daughter of Andrew
and Sarah (Gilbertson) Arneson.
In 1941 Lillian married Edgar DeHart in Ohio; he
preceded her in death in 1966. Lillian and Edgar moved
many times while he did road construction work. In 1951
they moved to Crandon, Edgar’s hometown. Lillian
worked as a cook at the Crandon Hotel and the Arcade
Bowling Alley. Lillian was very talented at crocheting
afghans and quilt making. She really enjoyed traveling,
especially if it involved going to bingo. She was best
known for her award winning bread.
She is survived by: Daughters: Judy Wingender,
Sheboygan, Bonnie (Tony) Johnson, Crandon. Sons:
Jim (Sharon) DeHart, Colorado, Duane (Georgia)
DeHart, Rhinelander, Dennis (Polly) DeHart, Townsend.
Further survived by twelve grandchildren, fourteen great
grandchildren and three great great grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, Edgar, she is further
preceded in death by her parents; twin sons, Jonathon
and Joseph; one step-son, three sisters and nine
brothers.
Visitation was held Wednesday, May 7 from 1011 a.m. at the Weber-Hill Funeral Home, Crandon.
Funeral service followed at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Eric
Vertein officiating. Interment was at Crandon Lakeside
C e m e t e r y. O n l i n e c o n d o l e n c e s
www.weberhillfuneralhome.com
DANIEL OWEN WELCH, age 52, of Crandon, (formerly of
Kansasville, WI) passed away unexpectedly at St. Mary’s
Hospital, Rhinelander on Friday, May 2, 2014. Dan was born in
Milwaukee, WI on June 27, 1961 the son of Theodore and
Marleen (Peternell) Welch.
On August 16, 1986 he married Carol Lukaszewski.
Dan and Carol moved to Crandon in 1999. He owned and
operated C & D Restoration. Dan was often seen in Crandon
doing brick restoration on many of the old buildings. He
shoveled snow off the roofs of local businesses and cleared the
sidewalks on main street during the winter. For several years he
did floral deliveries for Flowers From The Heart.
Dan was a member of the Crandon Area Chamber of
Commerce, son of American Legion Post 171 and past member
of Kansasville Fire Dept. He enjoyed researching his heritage
and being outdoors, fishing and hunting. He especially enjoyed
spending time with his grandchildren. Dan was loved by many
for many reasons, none less than his love of life and connecting
with family and friends. He will be greatly missed.
Dan is survived by his wife, Carol Welch of Crandon.
Son: Paul (Monica) Welch, Daughter-in-law: Chrisandra Linden.
Parents: Theodore and Marleen Welch. Sister: Tara (Jeff) Lee.
Brother: Paul (Linda) Welch. Grandchildren: Trever and Kyera.
Survived by many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins,
brothers and sister-in laws all that he loved very much. Further
survived by special cousins, Gary Pingel and John Armour.
He is preceded in death by his son, Bob; father-in-law
and mother-in-law, Paul & LaVonne Lukaszewski; grandparents,
Lawerence & Betty Welch and Matthew & Ellen Pertnell.
Special thank you to Angie Brockway, Bruce
Walentowski, Paul Pitts, Crandon Rescue Squad and Ministry
Medical Clinic and Hospital.
Gathering of family and friends was on Wednesday,
May 7 from 4-6 p.m. at the Weber-Hill Funeral Home, Crandon.
Online condolences www.weberhillfuneralhome.com.
Memorials are appreciated to the family.
JOSEPH E. STEAGALL, 92, of
Kenosha died Tuesday, April 22,
2014 at his daughter’s home in
Waterford where he had been living
since his wife passed away in 2009.
Joseph was born on
Fe b r u a r y 7 , 1 9 2 2 i n E l t o n ,
Wisconsin, the son of Charles and
Louisiana “Luttie” (Haney) Steagall.
He attended school in Crandon, and
married Jacqueline Faye Sharp on
May 18, 1942 in that city. On
November 27, 1942 he was
inducted in the Army. He received
training for the U.S. Army Field
Engineers and was honorably
discharged in 1943 due to a
disability. He later enlisted in the U.S. Navy on January 27, 1950
and was honorably discharged on November 6, 1950.
Joseph and Jacqueline lived for a time in Crandon and
then relocated to Waukegan, IL, where Joe worked various jobs.
They soon moved to Kenosha, WI where they raised their five
children.
In 1943 Joe was hired by Nash Motors, which later
became American Motors and then Chrysler Corporation, from
which he retired after 37 years. In October 1956 there was a
natural gas explosion at the plant which resulted in burns to 15
workers, and Joe was one of six with severe burns and fully
recovered. He was a chief steward for several years, and during
the 1960s, he served on the UAW Local 72 executive board. He
had the honor of escorting John F. Kennedy, then a young
senator, around Kenosha and then riding on a train to Chicago
with him.
Joe had a hobby farm in the county where he kept his
horses. He would give rides to children in his pony cart. He
liked dogs and had several during his lifetime. He enjoyed deer
hunting, camping and gardening. After he retired his wife had a
stroke and he was her caregiver in their home for eleven years
until it was necessary for her to enter a nursing home facility. He
would visit her daily until she passed away in 2009. He then
decided to live with his daughter, Cindy, in Waterford.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Jacqueline, his
parents, brothers, William Ancel, Ben, and James Steagall, and
sisters, Flossie Steagall, Dorothy Caudill, Orpha Sorensen,
Goldie Bowen and Violet Roberts, as well as several pre-mature
grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Joseph is survived by his three sons, Larry (Pat) of
Trevor, Jim (Carolyn) of Winslow, AZ and David (Becky) of Eleva,
WI; two daughters, Jacqueline Parrett of Ft. Pierce, FL and
Cindy (Steve) Haukedahl of Waterford; grandchildren, Jim,
April, Larry, Dawn, Jeff, Trisha, Amy and Cory; 13 greatgrandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren; one brother,
Charles (Alice) Steagall of Union Grove; two sisters, Lucy
Fettinger of Seminole, FL and Shirley (Bill) Plummer of Crandon.
A visitation will be held on Monday April 28, 2014 at Kenosha
Funeral Services from 5-7:00 p.m. and Tuesday April 29, 2014 at
Kenosha Funeral Services from 10:30-11:00 a.m. Burial to follow
at Green Ridge Cemetery with Military Honors.
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Gregory L. Weber • Susan I. Hill
Anthony J. Weber • James Evans
302 S. Lake Ave. Crandon • 1768 Oconto Ave., Wabeno
(715) 478-2322 • (715) 473-3131
www.weberhillfuneralhome.com
Death Notices
DONALD HENRY KULAF, age 78, of Crandon, Wisconsin,
passed away on May 4, 2014. Don was born in Crandon on
October 4, 1935, to the late George and Geneva (Frederick)
Kulaf.
On May 2, 1958, Don married Gerry “Ann” Flannery
beginning a 48 year marriage until Ann’s passing in 2006.
Early in his marriage, Don worked at American Motors in
Kenosha, Wisconsin. He was later employed as a custodian
at the Forest County Court House and remained there until
he retired.
Don was quite a talented carpenter, building
homes and completing many remodeling jobs. However, his
greatest asset, by far, was being a devoted husband, father
and grandfather. His children and grandchildren loved
spending time with him whether it was picking berries,
making maple syrup, fishing, or camping at the county park.
Through him, his children and grandchildren learned to
appreciate and enjoy the outdoors. In addition to this,
Grandpa Don loved watching his grandchildren’s sporting
and school events. He was an avid D.C. Everest fan for many
years, but most recently found great joy in watching his
grandchildren as they played sports for the Crandon
Cardinals. Indeed, Donald Henry Kulaf was a great family
man.
He is survived by his son, Jeff (Beth) Kulaf and his
daughter, Barbie (Jeff) Marvin. He is also survived by his
grandchildren, Todd (Nicole Brengman) Kulaf , Alex Kulaf,
and Trevor, Tanner, and Tabitha Marvin. He is furthered
survived by his brother, Leo “Beno” Kulaf and his sister,
Lucille “Snookie” Jones.
Don was preceded in death by his parents, his wife,
Ann, and his son, Todd Allen Kulaf. He was also preceded in
death by nine sisters: Gertrude “Gert” Murray, Agnes
“Aggie” Sharko, Ella Dutton, Marcella Kolter, Mildred "Lottie”
Bennette, Shirley “Shin” Gerald, Elizabeth “Beta” Hilman,
Joanne Drake, and Mary Ann Schultz; and two brothers:
Andrew Kulaf and George “Butch” Kulaf.
Services will be held on Saturday, May 10th at
11:00 a.m. at the Weber Hill Funeral Home in Crandon with
Pastor Seth Hamilton officiating. A visitation will take place
from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. prior to the service at the funeral
home. The Weber-Hill Funeral Home will be assisting the
family.
Online condolences can be made at
www.weberhillfuneralhome.com.
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Crandon Library Cont. from pg. 1
Franklin P. Hiles of Milwaukee. Mr. Hiles not only bought
the trading post but also created the village of Hiles. He
was instrumental in getting a branch railroad built from
the main Chicago Northwestern line and in erecting a saw
mill, store and hotel. At this time land was taken from the
towns of Crandon and Argonne to organize the Town of
Hiles. A few years later Mr. Hiles sold his holdings both
real estate and personal to the Foster Mueller Lumber
Company of Milwaukee. This firm made considerable
improvements and built more homes for their employees.
Mr. C.W. Fish of Elcho bought the property in 1919 and
under the successful management of Mr. O.A. Miller, Hiles
cleaned up the streets, put in sidewalk, and planted trees.
During the summer of 1924, a new Union Church and a
very modern school building were erected and the old
village park was beautified by the addition of a fountain. In
1924, there were eighty four families in Hiles. Some of the
organizations in the town were: Woman’s Club,
Protestant Ladies’ Aid, Catholic Ladies Aid, Royal
Neighbors, M.W. of A, and Parent Teachers Association.
In 1943, the Catholic and Lutheran churches burned
down and later a new Lutheran church was constructed.
One of the main attractions in Hiles is Pine Lake. It has
helped to make Hiles a tourist resort. Most of the people
living in Hiles (in1957) work in the woods or mills in other
cities” (Forest Republican 1957).
Historic Photo Contest
In honor of National Historic Preservation
month, the three public libraries in the county are
conducting a poll to determine what photo of our historic
105 year-old courthouse residents would like to see
displayed near the Forest County Board room on the first
floor of our courthouse. Online voting is available on
each libraries website, as well as at each of the public
libraries located in Crandon, Laona and Wabeno. Votes
will be counted at the end of May 2014 with the chosen
photo being framed, matted and displayed in July of
2014.
New Books
New fiction titles at the library include the
following: Aunt Dimity and the wishing well by Nancy
Atherton, Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy, Cavendon
Hall by Barbara Taylor Bradford, Woman of courage by
Wanda E. Brunstetter, Aloha betrayed : a Murder, she
wrote mystery by by Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain, The
outcast dead by Elly Griffiths, Everything to lose by
Andrew Gross, Death at the Door by Carolyn Hart,
Natchez burning by Greg Iles, Prayer by Philip Kerr, The
last bride by Beverly Lewis, Backlands : a novel of the
American West by Michael McGarrity, A family affair by
Fern Michaels, Desperate by Daniel Palmer, Unlucky 13
by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro, A sensible
arrangement by Tracie Peterson, The collector by Nora
Roberts, Field of prey by John Sandford, and Where'd you
go, Bernadette? by Maria Semple.
New Non-fiction titles include Invaders of the
Great Lakes : What are they? Where are they? What can
you do? by Karen R. Hollingsworth, Grain brain : the
surprising truth about wheat, carbs, and sugar--your
brain's silent killers by David Perlmutter, MD, Confronting
chronic pain : a pain doctor's guide to relief by Steven H.
Richeimer, M.D., Bipolar disorder : a guide for patients
and families by Francis Mark Modimore, Locally brewed :
portraits of craft breweries in America's heartland by Anna
Blessing, and George Washington's secret six : the spy
ring that saved the American Revolution by Brian
Kilmeade and Don Yaeger.
New Books-on-CD include Death of a
scriptwriter : a Hamish Macbeth mystery by by M.C.
Beaton, Missing you [sound recording] by Harlan Coben,
The collector [sound recording] by Nora Roberts, and
The Auschwitz escape : a novel by Joel C. Rosenberg.
Don’t forget you can place any of the above titles
on hold through our online catalog available on our
website at .
Library Hours
The Crandon Public Library is open Mondays 95, Tuesdays 9-5, Wednesdays 9-7, Thursdays 9-7, Fridays
9-5 and Saturdays 9-Noon.
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You can't have your cake, and eat it too
What connection does WORVPI [Wisconsin Off
Road Vehicle Park Inc] have to the Wisconsin Government
Accountability Board?
I’ve personally raised the issue of Ethics here in the
pages of this Paper, and at several joint meetings of
WORVPI and Our Elected County Board.
When State and Local Officials are elected to
Office, they take an Oath to “faithfully and impartially
discharge the duties” of their office.
Wisconsin’s handbook for Local Elected Officials
states,
“Controlling conflicting interests”
A local public official may not take official action
substantially affecting a matter in which the official, the
officials family, or associated organization has a substantial
financial interest.
A local public official may not use office or position
to produce a substantial benefit for an official, immediate
family member, or associated organization.
It also defines Conflict of Interest as:
“A situation in which an individual has competing
interests or loyalties”
It further goes on to state that when an elected
official has a conflict of interest in a matter before the
organization, that Official should “Recuse” themselves from
the discussion and voting in that issue. “Recuse” is also
defined as “leaving the meeting room, so the remaining
directors can freely discuss and vote on the issue.”
If the Official, with a conflict of interest, refuses to
leave the meeting, “the Board can ask the member to leave.
If S/he refuses to leave, the board might consider a vote of
Censure against the official for their refusal to recuse
him/herself.
How does all this affect WORVPI and our County
Board? Well, we have two Elected members of our County
Board, that also sit on the {elected} Board of WORVPI, they
are Melinda Otto, and Bucky Dailey.
WORVPI, describes itself as a “Private
Organization” and claims non profit 501c status, even
though after two and a half years of operation, they still do
not legally have this status.
WORVPI, is trying to get Forest County {using tax
dollars} to purchase a block of private timber land, so that
WORVPI can create the “Lambeau Field” of Off Road Parks.
They have requested that the County go Millions of Dollars
in debt to purchase and develop this park.
Both of the above named individuals have signed
confidentiality agreements with WORVPI, basically stating
that they will protect the confidentially and interests of
WORVPI over the interests of those that elected them to
public office.
I can’t personally think of any more of a “Conflict of
Interest” than that.
I have watched both of these individuals
passionately speak to their peers on the County Board
about the County Purchasing land for “their” Off Road Park. I
have watched these same two individuals vote on providing
County Tax dollars to WORVPI.
I have directly confronted Melinda Otto in open
session of the County Board Executive committee, over
what I believe to be her “Conflict of Interest” in this matter.
She was advised by others at that meeting that the County
had requested an legal opinion on the issue of “recusal” and
had been advised that “recusal” would be applicable for her
in this issue. She refused to Recuse herself.
If the County Board wishes to do the right thing, I
believe that Melinda Otto and Bucky Dailey, as members of
WORVPI’s Board, should be “Censured” against any further
County Board discussion or Voting on this issue.
There are also guidelines given on the Wisconsin
Government Accountability Boards website, on how to file a
complaint with their board. Any citizen, may file a complaint
if they believe that rules or laws have been broken. An
investigation is then done by the State, into the issue.
Time to end the nonsense, and secrecy over this issue.
By the way, there is a petition circulating around the
Laona area, asking that a public referendum be held over
the issue of a County owned Off Road Vehicle Park. It also
includes the “secret” map showing the boundaries of the
now 2,200 acre proposed park, with its headquarters and
campground based on Consolidated’s former “Spur 250"
landing on Hwy G right next to D.J.’s Salvage, in case your
interested in the actual boundaries of the land that the
County is trying to buy for $1,200.00 an acre. I’ve signed the
petition, I hope you take the time to seek it out and sign it
also.
I stated, now about 9 months ago, that I felt it wrong
for County Tax Dollars to be used for WORVPI’s private
playground. I still feel the same way.
With another head nod to all those that have
offered support.
Jim Odekirk Cavour Wi.
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Thank Yous & Personals
Monica Lee Wilson
July 31,1958 - May 9, 2012
Its been two years since you left.
We have cried many tears
We miss you more and more each day,
your smile, your laughter, your love, your
cooking and just you. We love you Monica.
Sadly missed by family & friends
gET wELL QUICK!
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Laona High welders compete
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On April 8th, some of the Laona High School
technology education students participated in the Nicolet
Area Technical College’s annual welding competition.
Twelve students traveled to the college to tour the facilities
and six participated in the welding competition.
The six who competed in the competition were;
Josh Chitko, Dalton Bellamy, Christian Savard, Michael
Lempel, Paul Cleereman, and Aaron Enders. Dalton
Bellamy and Christian Savard earned a spot in the finals and
will be returning to the college on the April 28th.
Overall everyone had fun and learned a lot about
welding processes and careers.
Wish the two finalists luck if you see them.
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SUN. MAY 18 Starts 10:30 AM, View 9:30, Lunch. 15 miles East of ANTIGO, WI
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IKE KORST passed away. MOST ITEMS EXCELLENT! SATURDAY, MAY 10,
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items, clothing, footwear, xmas items, cooler, Smith Corona typewriter, books, lamps, bedding, linens, jewelry box &
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& dishes, other antiques, home furnishings, & more! See website for full list! Terms: Cash or good check. Credit cards
w/4% convenience fee. Sales tax charged. Auction conducted by St. Louis Auctions LLC, 6728 Whitefish Lk. Rd., Three
Lakes, WI 54562. PH: 715-367-1668. R.W.A. Col. Rene' Brass #424,Col. Robert St. Louis #450.
ST. LOUIS AUCTIONS, LLC 715-367-1668
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Holt & Balcom opens May 15
Volunteers needed
Holt and Balcom Logging Camp Museum is
gearing up for its 2014 School Tours season which begins
May 15. As part of the field trip experience at the logging
camp, area fourth graders learn how to use a two-person
saw and a stamping tool. For this demonstration, the camp
typically requires several 6"-10" diameter logs (popple
preferred but other species are acceptable).
If you have such logs, either cut recently or
standing, and would be willing to donate one or more to
the camp, please contact museum curator Kathleen Marsh
at 715-276-6515 or email [email protected]
"The camp is also looking for volunteers to help
conduct tours," says Marsh. "If you enjoy sharing your love
of history, you will find this a very rewarding and fun
experience. All necessary training and materials are
provided. Please call or email me at the contact
information listed above."
New Phone Numbers
at EMY'S
Emy 715-850-0065
Caysie 715-622-0047
FOR SALE: Complete Foley
Sharpening Shop. Over 15
pieces of equipment, some
are new. Many fixtures
included. $2,000 OBO. Call
715-216-0979.
P7
Lovely country home near LAKE METONGA to be sold REGARDLESS OF PRICE!
SUNDAY, MAY 25. 10:30 a.m. 1 mile south on Hwy. 55 to 700 Zinzer Rd.,
CRANDON, WI, FOREST COUNTY
Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
GET YOUR
E-CIGARETTE
TODAY!
We are your local E-Cig
headquarters.
Rechargeable, refillable
starter kits at only
$10.00! Over 50 flavors
available!
Still Smoking
on Main Street
Crandon, between
Duck's and Pickers.
(715) 478-4059
Betc22
3 bedroom home within walking distance of Lake Metonga. Features
log siding, metal roof, wood tongue + groove interior + a 2 car
garage. ALL BEING SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICE / NO RESERVE.
Showings by appointments. Terms: $5,000 down payment
nonrefundable cashier’s check. Closing upon paper completion.
(10% buyer’s fee.) Bidders must request bid form by calling St. Louis
Auctions LLC, (715) 367-1668. (6728 Whitefish Lk. Rd., Three
Lakes, WI 54562) R.W.A.: Col. RenГ© Brass #424, Col. Robert St.
Louis #450.
ST. LOUIS AUCTIONS, LLC 715-367-1668
Clinic Offers Free Audiology Event for
Those with Hearing Loss
(RHINELANDER, WI) – May is Better Hearing and Speech Month and to
celebrate, the audiology department at Ministry Medical Group in Rhinelander is hosting a
free educational seminar on Hearing Loops, as well as other wireless technologies
available to those with hearing loss.
The event will be held on Monday, May 12, from 9 – 11 a.m. in conference rooms 1
and 2, at Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospital in Rhinelander, located at 2251 North Shore Drive.
The featured speaker is Rick Korinek from Quality Hearing Loops. Ministry
Medical Group Doctors of audiology, Heidi Grosskopf and Karen Teter, will be available to
discuss the technology. Light refreshments and snacks will available.
Pre-registration is preferred. Please call 855.642.2273 to register for this free
event.
The Pioneer Express
Your source for total market ad coverage in the Forest County,
Lakewood, Townsend, and Pickerel/Pearson Areas
We Do Job Printing!
We are equipped with the latest model digital color printers that will give your business cards,
brochures and posters a bright and colorful professional look. We will do your carbonless forms,
raffle tickets, fliers, envelopes and more. We laminate, do photography and look forward to
serving you or your business!
Call us at 715-478-3640 or 1-800-234-2152
We will be glad to handle your advertising &
printing needs.
Located in Beautiful Downtown Crandon--Look for the Black & Yellow Sign!
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steaks
raspberries
blueberries
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blackberries
$4.49
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roast
pork sirloin
chops
$2.59 Lb.
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Reg. or Breaded
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quarters
72 Oz.
$4.49
Farmland Assorted
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breast tenders
sliced bacon
$3.49Lb.
$4.99
Hillshire Farm
16 Oz.
Hillshire Farm
smoked sausage cheddarwurst
13.5 Oz
or Polska
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8 Oz.
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head iceberg
lettuce
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green bell
peppers
radishes
3/$2.00
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HOURS: Mon. - Sat. 7AM - 8PM
Sun. 7AM - 7PM
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Choice Boneless
Tender Bird Breaded
Idaho
russets
6 Oz. Pkg.
Lb.
$2.99 Lb.
Green Giant
Fresh
fresh ground
round
pork cutlets
6 Oz. Pkg.
6 Oz. Pkg.
Lb.
Premium Angus Choice
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Fiora
Fiora
paper
towels
bath tissue
12 Roll, Double Rolls
8 Roll
$4.49
$4.49
Butter Kernel Select
M&m
candies
canned vegetables
14.5 - 15 Oz.
5 Kinds
12.6 Oz. Plain
or Peanut
$2.49
Bumble Bee
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shore lunch
99Вў
$1.49
IGA
Peter Pan
4 Kinds
Ea.
Ea.
Spangler
circus
peanuts
12 Oz.
$1.99
50Вў
with a
Separate
$10 Purch
ase
LIMIT 1
9 Oz.
3 Kinds
foam
plates
50 Ct.
peanut
butter
$1.49
$1.49
16.3 Oz. Creamy
or Crunchy
spring
water
24 Pack
doritos
Reg. $4.29
2/$5.00
50Вў
coke brand
12 Pk./12 Oz. Cans
coke brand
2 Liter Bottles
OR
$3.99
pepsi
brand
24 Pack/
12 Oz. Cans
12 Oz./8 Pk. Bottles
3/$10.00 2/$3.00
dasani
powerade
20 Oz./8 Pack
smart water
500 Ml/6 Pack
dasani, powerade
minute maid or
vitamin water
drops
$3.99
$2.99
24 Pack
Ea.
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Ea.
pepsi
brand
24 Oz./
6 Pack Bottles
$6.49 3/$12.99
Lipton
pure leaf
tea
6 Packs
pepsi
brand
12 Oz./
8 Pack Bottles
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sardines
3.75 Oz.
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side dishes
4 to 5.7 Oz.
7 Kinds
toast'em
pop-ups
11 Oz.
69Вў
Ea.
Select Knorr
99Вў
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BAKERY
Computerized
PICTURE CAKES
at Schaefer's
Bakery
Bring in any
photograph,
picture, or drawing and we will put it on
your next party cake
All cake orders MUST be placed with a 24 hour notice!
All weekend orders must be placed by 10:00 am Thursday!
Mint
picnic cake
$3.99
Assorted Filled
elephant ears
$1.79
100 % wheat bread
1 Lb. Loaf
Old Wisconsin
Swiss
cheese
$5.99 Lb.
Monday: Chop Suey over Rice w/Pork Egg Roll
Tuesday: Pastys, Turkey Dinner
Wednesday: BBQ Rib Dinner
Thursday: Chicken Fritter Basket
Friday: Battered Cod or Pollock Fish Dinner, Shrimp Basket,
Chicken Filet, Cod Sandwich, Cod or Pollock Fish
Buckets Available (Please Call Ahead)
1 Lb. Loaf
$1.69
$3.99 Lb.
menu
Assorted
$4.76
White bread
dark turkey
pastrami
24 Hour Notice On Party/Deli Tray Orders Please
cake
donuts
12 Ct.
2 Ct.
Soup & Salads Fresh Daily
$3.19
T.J. Farms
FROZEN
shoestring
potatoes
Simply
hash browns
potatoes
Assorted
DAIRY
Reddi Wip
whipped
topping
Assorted
20 Oz. Bag
Reg. $1.13
6.5 Oz.
89Вў
Louisa Pasta
2/$4.00
2/$4.00
IGA
Crystal Farms
ravioli or
tortellini
English muffins
$3.35
$1.79
Shurfine
Shurfine
grated Parmesan
cheese
12 Ct.
8 Oz.
20 Oz. Bag
Reg. $4.89
garlic bread
sticks
French onion
dip
16 Oz.
$1.69
$1.49
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HOLIDAYS
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$2.69
bailey's creamers
Assorted
16 Oz.
10.5 Oz. Box
Reg. $2.09
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chewables or
thin
strips
18 Ct. Peppermint Thin
Strips or Peppermint &
Cherry Chewables
Reg. $5.67
HEALTH &
BEAUTY
$4.49
Phillips
milk of Magnesia
12 Fl. Oz., Original,
Fresh Mint or Wild
Cherry, Reg. $5.59
$4.69
Dr. Scholl's
foot powder
3 Oz. Cools & Soothes Feet,
Absorbs Odor
& Wetness
Reg. $2.97
$2.49
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graduation
banner
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
PLEASE CHECK
OUT THE ASSORTED
$3.99
PLANTS & FLOWERS dizzy danglers
15 Ct.
IN OUR FLORAL
DEPARTMENT
$6.99
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Gas-X
$1.99
graduation Napkins &
plates
16 Ct. Each
$1.29Ea.
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$6.49Ea. $1.93
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$4.43
99Вў Ea.
5Вў off /gal
5Вў off /gal
2Вў off /gal
10Вў off /gal
2Вў off /gal
Top Care
coke
Cans
.5 Liter/6 Pack Bottles
33.8 Fl. Oz., Mint,
Peppermint
Compares
to Scope
Connie's
Domestix
natural
pizza
utility
lighter
23 Oz.
Pepsi &
Mt. Dew
20 Pack Cans
$4.99Ea.
$2.79
2/$10 $3.39 $6.99
10Вў off /gal
3Вў off /gal
5Вў off /gal
Top Care 2 in 1
Sylvania 60 Wt
shampoo &
conditioner
sobe
life20water
Oz.
soft white
light bulb
$3.73 Ea.
99Вў Ea.
$2.19
99Вў
10Вў off /gal
1Вў off /gal
5Вў off /gal
1Вў off /gal
TopCare
rock star
Flocks Finest
bird food
20 Lb. Bag
Reg. $9.63
first aid
spray
3 Oz. For Burns, Cuts
Scrapes & Insect Bites
Compares to
Solarcaine Spray
$6.99
5Вў off /gal
20 Oz.
Ea.
Shurfine 40 Ct.
roasted coffee cone coffee
drinks 15 Oz. filters
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1Вў off /gal
5Вў off /gal
sobe
rock star
drinks
juice drinks energy
16 Oz. Cans
$4.97 2/$3.00 $3.39
10Вў off /gal
Ea.
5Вў off /gal
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2/$3.00
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WITH
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12.6 Fl Oz., Truly Clean
Pro-Vitamin, Compares
to Pantene
5Вў off /gal
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24 hour
allergy relief
30 Ct. Tablets
Non-drowsy, Compares
to Claritin
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Top Care
mouthwash
coke
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Shurfine
fruit water
coffee
filters
16.9 Oz Bottles
200 Ct. Basket Style
20 Pack
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Recreational
Recreational
Nicolet Country Club
ANYONE
INTERESTED IN
5245 Fairway Ct., Laona • (715) 674-4780
OPEN!
The Golf Course and Driving
Range are now OPEN!
www.motorsportsmarine.com
Sales & Service - New & Used
KITCHEN:
Mon.-Thurs. 9-5; Fri. 9-7; Sat. 9-3; Sun. 11-3
Authorized Dealer of Mercury & Evinrude Outboards, MirroCraft Boats,
Palm Beach & Montego Bay (Made in Wisconsin) Pontoons & Sea-Legs
Open from Open Daily
Noon-7 p.m.
WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS
OF ATV's & BOATS.
(Weather Permitting)
NEW 2014 MIRROCRAFT
BOATS, PALM BEACH &
MONTEGO BAY PONTOONS
NOW ARRIVING!
www.nicoletcountryclub.com
www.facebook/nicoletcountryclub.com
FOR SALE: 4,000 lb.
capacity boat lift. 96" beam.
Full canopy, call 715-4785807.
B6
EZ DOCK
•Floating Dock Systems
•Wave Runner & Boat
Lifts •Call For
Appointment
•Info - Displays
EZ DOCK
8227 Cty Hwy DD,
Pickerel, WI 54465
USED BOATS
•1999 17' Fisher Hawk 170 FS
w/90 hp Merc ELPTO
•1989 16' Bass Tracker w/35 hp Merc tiller
•2003 15' Smokercraft V150 w/35 hp Merc
• 2000 16' Lund 1650V w/25 hp Merc
TRAP
SHOOTING
Brush Run Trap will open
Wednesday, May 21 at 5 p.m.
3 Man Teams & Open Shooting
will start that night.
We are looking for any
interested shooters.
Trap field is located on
racetrack grounds.
Beginners Welcome
Questions 715-478-2222
or 715-478-2425
AND MANY MORE!
•2007 Kawasaki
Prairie 360 ATV
N10306 St. Hwy 55, Pearson, WI•(715)484-2106
715-484-2277
FOR SALE: 550 gallon fuel
oil tank, $300 or best offer. /
7 foot snowblower for rear
of a tractor, $650 or best
offer. Call 715-219-0305.
Petc33
A-D Design & Manufacturing
Complete Pontoon Boat Restoration
Adam's Mobile Marine Service
Pickerel, WI
Financing available
FULL SERVICE CENTER • CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS
BAR:
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 15, MAY 12, 2014
Deck • Carpet • Bimini Top • Mooring Cover
New Updated Furniture
Vinyl Re-Upholserty
LLC
715-219-1152
Service at your
location! No need to
load and unload your
equipment. We are just
a phone call away! 20% Off for Vets!
Servicing all makes and
models of pontoons,
jet skis, ATV's and all
other small engines
& water crafts!
PONTOONS PUT IN FOR $45
Fully Insured
Pets, Pet Care
& Farm
DOG BOARDING
& GROOMING
Large Cageless Kennels • Outdoor Runs
Heated & Air Conditioned • Exercise Yards
Linda Mihalko • 715-902-1351 • Argonne, WI
Full Service Salon
Certified, Experienced
Professional
• We groom all breeds & sizes - dogs & cats
• We specialize in puppy's first groom,
geriatric & breed specific grooms
• Our specialty services include: coat & skin
conditioning, flea dipping, de-skunking & massage
• We use top of the line products & equipment in a clean,
sterile spa like atmosphere
• Convenient pick-up & delivery service also available
(715) 478-2129 • Crandon, WI
FOR SALE: 1 black, white
faced steer, about 800 lbs. /
1 red steer, about 700 lbs.
Call 715-473-5442.
P4
HAY FOR SALE: Timothy
1st crop, no rain, $4.00/bale
small squares. Call 715649-3348 or 715-902-0929.
Auto - Home - RV
Marine Upholstery
(715)473-3554 • Wabeno, WI
Bows & Guns
Will buy Reloading equipment
& supplies for rifle or shotgun
Will also buy antique gunsShotguns, Rifles or Pistols
Give me a call, we might make a deal!
715-478-3660 or 715-889-0811
WE BUY GUNS!
GRUNST
ARCHERY PRODUCTS INC.
WE HAVE
BOWS
CROSSBOWS
AND MORE!
3184 Boyce Drive,
Rhinelander 715.369.1419
Serving Your Archery Needs Since 1974
WANTED TO BUY: Rifles,
shotguns, handguns and
misc. ammo. Call 715-8891266.
Betc43
Rep. Duffy Announces 2014 “Paul Bunyan
Service Above Self” Award
Washington D.C. – Paul Bunyan is a larger-thanlife folk hero who embodies frontier vitality. He is a symbol
of might, the willingness to work hard, and the resolve to
overcome all obstacles. This year, U.S. Representative
Sean Duffy (WI-07) announces the “The Paul Bunyan
Service Above Self” Award to recognize, annually, a
resident of the 7th Congressional District who goes above
and beyond to serve our community and improve the
quality of life for those around him or her.
Rep. Duffy offered, “Our Seventh District
community is home to many individuals who, like Paul
Bunyan and the lumberjack pioneers who settled
Northern Wisconsin, are larger-than-life. These
individuals are willing to extend a helping hand to those in
need and make our community among the best places to
live in the country and the world.
“They have given far more than they have
received and this award is a small way we can recognize
them and thank them for all they have given to our
community.”
To nominate a resident of Wisconsin’s 7th
Congressional District for a “Paul Bunyan Service Above
Self” Award, please complete the “Paul Bunyan Service
Above Self” Award Nomination Form and submit with a
FOR SALE: 12 ft. Lone
Aluminum Boat and trailer.
New tires and spare, v-front
hull - $600.00. Call 715-7841488.
P7
FOR SALE: 16 ft. Starcraft
boat and trailer$350. Kayak
$80 Weights and Bench and
dumbbells $90
B4
photo of the nominee by email to
[email protected] or by mail to 208 Grand Ave,
Wausau, WI 54403, Attn: Paul Bunyan Service Award.
Please call 715-298-9344 if you have any
questions.
Nominations should be submitted by May 30,
2014 to be considered. An independent panel of judges
who are not affiliated with the Congressman or his office
will review all submissions. The winner will be announced
in conjunction with National Paul Bunyan Day, June 28,
2014.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 16, MAY 12, 2014
Services
SAMZ
CONCRETE
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23Years
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Expertise!
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Concrete Poured Concrete Foundations
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Matt Samz
8938 Balsam Lane, Argonne, WI
New Construction • Additions • Remodeling
Roofing • Storm Repair • Consulting
715-902-0296
715-649-3933
(715)484-3606 - Pickerel / (920)858-2875 - Rick Cell
(920)759-0400 - Fox Valley
General Contractor
KEVILUS
CONSTRUCTION
Argonne, Wisconsin
GARAGE DOORS • OPENERS
SALES • SERVICE • INSTALLATION
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
(715) PICKEREL,
216-0100
WI
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Best References!
Seils Auto Body
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Ron Seils
FULLY INSURED - FREE ESTIMATES
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For Inquiries Call Rob Kevilus at
715-889-1534
•Auto Collision Repair
Screenprinting
& Embroidery
PORTABLE WELDING
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Rick or Tina Pease
(715)889-2323
207 Railway Ln.
(715)478-2741 Crandon, WI 54520
715-478-1075
C.A.R.S., LLC
www.creativecrandonwi.com
for Tires &
Computerized Alignment
BUILDER/CONTRACTOR
119 N LAKE AVE, CRANDON, WI
600 E Pioneer, Crandon
(715)478-5500
715-282-5858 • 800-816-5619 Rhinelander, WI
Heavy Duty Equipment, Diesel, Light Truck
& Domestic Repair and Maintenance
Transmission & Chassis Specialist
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
reative
Come See Mark at
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9375 Seils Lane •Free Estimates
Argonne, WI 54511 •Insurance Claims
•Tree & Shrub Trimming and Removal
•Lot & Driveway Clearing
•Free prompt estimates
•Services within 150 - miles •Emergency Storm Damage
•Fully Insured
•Portable Stump Grinder
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•New Homes •Additions
•Remodeling •Siding •Decks
•Windows •Pole Buildings
•Garages •Certified Roofing
ROLL-RITE OVERHEAD DOORS
- At the Corner of Railway Ln. & Hwy 8 -
Mon. - Fri • 8 am - 5 pm •
Sam Marvin - Owner/Contractor
Projects from start to finish
or anywhere in-between
THE GLASS COMPANY
GIVE US A BREAK
Custom Built Homes, cabins
& Additions, All types of
renovations - interior & exterior
garages, decks, roofing, siding
For a FREE Estimate Call: 715-478-1258 Office or
715-889-1289 Cell
Commercial*Residential*Auto Glass
STORAGE CITY
1045 South Superior Street* Antigo, WI 54409
715-623-3751 * Fax 715-627-4896
Toll Free 1-866-334-7673
ALLRED PAINTING
"Enjoy a Fresh New
Look"
All Types of Painting:
• Interior • Exterior •
All Types of Staining!
Residential & Commercial
Fully Insured
Home of Quality
715-478-3147
LAZZERONI
PAINTING
Interior • Exterior
Painting, Staining &
Pressure Washing
Cabins & Decks
20+ Years Experience
Call for your FREE Estimate
715-674-2061
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West of Crandon on Hwy. 8
(Across from the Brush Run track)
STORAGE SPACE FOR BOATS, CARS, SNOWMOBILES,
FURNITURE, MOTOR HOMES AND MORE!
as
10 x 24
low
Granite Floor as
$485 a year
Repair & service on all makes.
Complete stock of all parts. New,
used and rebuilt vacuums.
AVCO VACUUM
CLEANER CO.
Langdon 'Lectric
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR JIM LANGDON, Owner
1832 Oconto Ave.
(715) 927-3502 Wabeno,
WI 54566
Call us for all your storage needs!
OR 715-478-2085
1-800-698-2535
Sales and Service
Ron Platek
10 W. Keenan
715-362-3376 Rhinelander, WI
MARK BROCKWAY
BUILDER
Kitchen & Bath
Remodeling
Additions
Basement Finishing
Windows & Doors
Siding
Hardwood & Laminate
Floors
Garages
Decks
Design Service Available
Over 30 Years
Experience
Licensed & Insured
715-478-2693
10% Labor Discount
for Seniors Betc13
We Fix
Storm Windows
& Screens and make
Storm Windows
& Screens
Conway
Hwy 8 East
Pioneer Plaza, Crandon
F
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Nicolet Asphalt, Inc.
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Free
Estimates
Hot Mix Paving
715-276-7601
Driveways
Parking Lots
Tennis Courts,
Patchwork
Clay
Smith
Over
30 Years
Experience
Grading & Gravel
478-3617
16960 Markusen Lane
Mountain, WI 54149
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MIKE
DREHER
CONSTRUCTION
LLC
New Homes • Garages
Decks • Siding • Remodeling
5101 State Hwy. 52, Wabeno, WI 54566
Phone: 715-850-0403
GEITER
SEPTIC
PUMPING, INC.
Sanitary Lic. #18
IN BUSINESS
OVER 50 YEARS
SEPTIC TANKS
HOLDING TANKS
(715)473-3901
WABENO
WE INSTALL & REPAIR
DOCKS
Total Property Care
715-276-2766
P5
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 17, MAY 12, 2014
Services
RY CONSTRUC
LANNE
TI O
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Free
TI Licensed &
Estimates
$28 Oil Change
While You Wait
WE NOW DO TOWING & RECOVERY!
Insured
For all your Building & Remodeling Needs
ALL TYPES OF SKID STEER SERVICES AVAILABLE
715-478-3839
Crandon
715-784-6046
305 E. Pioneer St.
Crandon, WI 54520
[email protected]
Frank Erler Concrete, Inc.
Solid Poured Concrete Walls
All Types of Flat Work
16552 Pine Ridge Rd. Townsend, WI 54175
(715) 850-0417 • Frank's Cell
(715) 850-0149 • Rob's Cell
(715) 276-6083
Free Estimates
Fully Insured
ANTIGO
BLOCK CO.
SIEBERT
CONSTRUCTION, LLC
CONCRETE &
LIGHTWEIGHT BLOCKS
PRE-CAST STEPS
CULTURED STONEВ®
Septic Tanks
Retaining Wall Block
Patio Blocks
Chimney Blocks
Natural Stone Veneer
Hearth & Sill Stones
Mortars • Pavers
Face Bricks
230 Milton St., Antigo
715-623-4837Betc9
Argonne, WI
Home & Cabin Repair,
Remodeling, Decks,
Garages, Siding, Interior
& Exterior and More
•Fully Insured
• 10 years experience
• Free Estimates
Contact: Bruce Siebert
920-629-1119
Northwoods Excavating
& Landscaping
Lot Clearing • Driveways
Pavers • Rock Walls
Garage Preps
Quality Work Guaranteed!
715-473-2002 or 715-889-1071
JEFFREY VANCLEVE
CONSTRUCTION
•Window & Door
Replacement
•Roofing •Siding
•Decks •Additions
•Dry Wall •Re-modeling
•Cultured Stone
•Tuck Pointing
•Hardwood Flooring
•Bathrooms
•Kitchens
Fully Insured
11 Years Experience
715-784-1084
P29
P12
JACOBS EQUIPMENT
Elcho - Chain saw
supplies, bars, chains,
sprockets and rims. Used
chain saws. Repair service
available.
Prices too
reasonable to quote. See
the latest in new saws on
Saturdays, 10:00 am to 6:00
pm. Trade in accepted. 715275-3530.
P26Etc27
SCRAP
METAL
We'll Pick It Up
Keith's Carpet
Installation Service
You buy it, I'll install it!
30 Plus Years Experience
• Fully Insured •
• Free Estimates •
Call Keith at
715-674-2506 or
Cell: 262-689-6109
Prompt Service - Fair Prices
Clam Truck Service • Dumpster Service
Buying Cars and Trucks
Commercial - Residential - New Construction Industrial - Electrical Repairs
SALE! CENTRAL
BOILER OUTDOOR
WOOD FURNACES!
Buy now and Save big!
No Interest Financing
available
25 yr. warranty
We install up to 75 miles
*We Beat Anyone’s Price!
Call 715-627-COOL
today for a free estimate
or visit
www.SchulzHeat.com
See us at our new location
at Hwy 45/64
Schulz Heating &
Cooling
2238 Neva Road
Antigo, WI 54409
When you want it done
right the first time, Call Us!
Betc32
Look No Further...
Flannery Trucking & Contracting
is the one that can do it all...
From land clearing & developing, to driveways, basements, septic
systems, mound systems and landscaping. We have the materials and
the experience to get your job done right!
•Site & Subdivision Development •Public/Private Road Construction
•Pond Construction • Lot Clearing •Perc Tests
•Garage Slabs, Patios & Sidewalks
•Poured or Block Basements
•Septic Systems - All Types •Escavating
Rip Rap in Various Sizes • Redi-Mix Concrete (State approved materials)
Crushed Gravel • Screened Top Soil • Sand •Red Granite • Washed Rock
Stop in or call for your FREE ESTIMATE
715-478-2415 • Hwy. 8 East. • Crandon, WI
Locally owned &
operated for 58 years!
"Providing full service in all your excavating, landscaping,
concrete and septic system needs for over 58 years!"
PROPERTY CARE
Serving the area from Mountain to Crandon!
Spring Clean Up
Thatching & Power Raking
Dock Install, Lawn Mowing
Gutter Cleaning & Much more, Just ask!
Hwy. 45 South • Antigo, WI
715-623-2372
CRANDON CHIROPRACTIC
409 N Lake Ave. Crandon, WI 54520
NEW PHONE NUMBER 715-478-0681
MP255036
TOTAL
COUSINEAU RECYCLING
or
621 SOUTH FOREST
CRANDON, WI 54520
STOP!!!
Serving Central & Northern WI for over 50 years
Toll Free 866-330-3730
(715) 784-0134
NEED SERVICE OR
REPAIRS ON YOUR
CAR OR LIGHT TRUCK?
"Licensed
A/C Service"
Call
SCHROEDER'S AUTO SALES
AND SERVICE
Hwy. 55 Pearson
(715) 484-4131
24 HR. Wrecker
Wholesale/Retail Dealer for
New Radiators, Heater Cores & Gas Tanks
Free Estimates • Fully Insured • 20 Years Experience
715-276-2766 or 715-587-1088
email: [email protected]
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better water. pure and simple.В®
RENT A SOFTENER FOR AS LOW
AS $18.00 A MONTH!!
1(800)352-0652 or 715-362-4047
New Homes • Additions
Remodeling • Roofs • Garages
Decks • Windows & Doors
Wood Flooring / Paneling
Rust stains, bad tasting water, "rotten egg" smelling
water, iron water and hard water to mention a few.
RENT A WATER COOLER AS LOW AS
$8.00 PER MONTH
•Salt Delivery Service • We do free water tests
•We do service on most brands of softeners
Over 30 Years Experience
715-478-2610
11686 US Hwy 8 West, Crandon
5 Miles West of Crandon
FREE Estimates
Josh Pieper, Contractor
FULLY INSURED • LICENSED • FREE ESTIMATES
We will have your car looking good
& back on the road!
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 18, MAY 12, 2014
Services
NOW OPEN!
NORTHERN LAKES
STORAGE
SEASONAL STORAGE OF
Cars, Boats, Snowmobiles,
Campers, etc.
CALL NOW TO RESERVE SPACE!
Located in Crandon approx. 1 mile down
County W from Highway 8
SAM MARVIN: 715-478-1258
Stone &
Boulder Co
Wabeno, WI
• Sized Granite Boulders •
• Red Granite • Mason Sand •
• Crushed Limestone • Washed Stone • Fill •
• Sand • Screened Top Soil •
• Picked Up or Delivery Available •
FOR ALL YOUR LANDSCAPE NEEDS
Phone/Fax: 715-473-4226
RUMMAGE
LAONA CRANDON
GARAGE SALE & OPEN
HOUSE: Laona - Sat., May
10 from 9-3 p.m. & Sun.,
May 11 from 9-3 p.m. A lot
of tools! 5345 A Street,
L a o n a . A l Tr o t t i e r
residence, watch for signs.
P4
BIG GARAGE SALE:
Crandon - Fri., May 16
from 9:00-?? & Sat., May 17
from 8:00-12:00 p.m. Tons
of boys and adult name
brand clothes including
jackets, shoes & purses.
Lots of crafts, pictures,
toys and a lot of different
furniture items. Hefter
residence. 5910 N.
Railroad, 1/4 mile past
Crandon Cemetery, tan
house on right.
P5
ARGONNE
RUMMAGE SALE:
Argonne - 9296 St. Hwy.
32. 8 miles Northwest of
Crandon. Boat & motor
trailer runs good, bedliner,
topper, table & chairs,
cabin size refrigerator, boy
clothes, girl clothes,
pictures and too many
other things to mention.
Saturday & Sunday, May
10 & 11th from 9:00-5:00
P4
p.m.
PINE LAKE
RUMMAGE & TOOL
SALE: On Pine Lake 10584 Stover Road, Hiles.
May 24 from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Table saw, grinders,
drills, clamps, sanders,
china, glassware, linens
and blankets, antique
dressers, beds, gun
cabinet.
WS6
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY
RUMMAGE SALE: Fri.,
5/16 from 10am-5pm and
Sat., 5/17 8am-2pm. Like
new baby boys’ clothes
(newborn to 18 months),
and boys’ clothes 2T-size
6. Girls’ clothes size 5/6 to
12/14. Pack & play, baby
bouncer, books, toys,
shoes. Men’s, women’s,
and maternity clothes.
Many household items,
d Г© c o r, C D s , m o v i e s ,
Nintendo DS and games,
tv, furniture, & much more!
Too much to list! Rain or
shine. From Hwy. 8 East,
take Hwy. S North two
miles. Turn left onto Bocek
Ln. Watch for signs. Larry
a n d Te r r i P a l u b i c k i
residence. WS4
WABENO
LOCATED BETWEEN LAONA & CRANDON ON HWY 8
A Variety of Different Size Units
Monthly, 6 Month or Yearly Rates
Call for Pricing
(715)
484-2911
M U LT I - F A M I LY
RUMMAGE SALE:
Wabeno - Fri., May 16 from
1-6 p.m. & Sat., May 17
from 8-4 p.m. 4990 Hwy.
52, Wabeno. Portable ice
shack, canoe, decoys,
bow, Ryobi tool set, baby
furniture & clothes,
newborn-5T girls, some
b o y s c l o t h e s ,
indoor/outdoor kids toys &
WS5
lawnmower.
“Your One Stop Water Shop”
R e s id e n tia l & C o m m e r c ia l
6” Drilled Wells
Well Inspections
Pump Installation
Water Samples
Parts and Service
Licensed & Insured
Toll Free 1-877-TIM-4-WTR
Local 715-276-6234 or 276-7502
Hwy. 32 Lakewood
Formerly Tim’s Well & Pump and Tipler Well Drilling
Serving all of Northeast Wisconsin
Over 50 years of experience.
KARL APPLIANCE
SALES & SERVICE
40 Years of Service Experience behind every sale!!
Everyday Low Prices - NO Gimmicks
Delivery and Set-up Available
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(715) 674-3935
Take Hwy. 8 two miles west of Laona to Airport Lane, then
two miles on Airport Lane to Karl's Lane.
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9-5; Sat. 9-2 After hours by appointment
LHS Trap Shooting Club
Laona High School has established a youth trap
shooting team; the Laona Bird Busters (LHS Trap Shooting
Club). Laona joins several other Northern Wisconsin
schools that have organized teams through the Scholastic
Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) and the Scholastic
Clay Target Program (SCTP).
The introduction of shooting sports to the
students provides the opportunity to learn the safe and
responsible practice of competitive shooting. They
compete in the North Central Wisconsin Conference along
with nine other schools. Teams shoot weekly at their home
trap field and enter scores online (virtual shoot) on the
SSSF website. They also have the opportunity to travel to
another school’s facility and shoot head to head. Our team
members are doing very well in the nine week conference.
If anyone is interested in donating to the LHS Trap
Shooting Club, stop by any Laona State Bank location.
Donations are used, in part, to help offset the cost of safety
equipment, targets and shot shells used each week.
SEASONAL
HOMEOWNERS
• Site Development • Pit Run/Screened Sand
• Road building • Gravel/Granite
• Driveways • 3/8 inch & 3/4 fines
• All Sizes Landscape Stone
• Screened Top Soil
WELL DRILLING PUMP SERVICE
School Trap League Cont. from pg. 1
boys and girls are members of the ten-team North Central
Trap Conference.
In the shot above, one of the Crandon teams tries
to rack up their score during a drizzly afternoon last week
at the CIORA trap range located on the racetrack grounds
west of Crandon.
The teams are funded totally from local donations
and the efforts of the participants selling raffle tickets and
doing community service projects. CIORA is donating the
clay pigeons and the use of the trap range.
There are currently 23 participants, boys and girls
in grades 8 through 12. Six girls are shooting on the
Crandon team, along with 17 boys. Larry "Deadeye"
Palubicki is the team coach. In the photo above, Tom May
is braving the weather to keep score. This is a parent-lead
organization who have an interest in the shooting sports
and would like to pass on the skills and the fun to the next
generation. Everything is 100% volunteer.
Call NORTHWOODS
INSURANCE AGENCY NOW!
It is
for a
Good
Cause!
Great Job
Tim!
Krist Oil Cont. from pg. 1
Krist Oil has gas stations in the Upper Peninsula,
Northern and Central Wisconsin and participate in the program
every year. Tim Derfus manages the store in Lakewood and made
an interesting challenges for his team. If the store could raise
$1,000.00 this year, Tim promised to wash windows in a dress. The
store raised $1,050.00 and Tim said that on Saturday, May 3rd was
the day. Tim bought a dress and from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., he
washed all the windows of the vehicles that got gas.
Children of the Presbyterian Church sold brats and
hotdogs to raise money for a mission trip to Indiana this Summer.
Tim said that he is proud of the store and the company. The
company raised over $16,200.00 for the MDA. Next year Tim said
it would the store would have to raise $1,200.00.
Good luck with that goal and great job!
We want to be your local insurance
agent. In case of a loss, we can advise you
of insured repair contractors and we can
arrange for someone to look at your
property when you are not here.
We insure wood stoves in seasonal
dwellings and we would be happy to come
out and visit with you.
NORTHWOODS INSURANCE has
several competitive companies that do not
require they insure your primary residence
before they will write your seasonal home.
NORTHWOODS INSURANCE
AGENCY
100 S. Lake Ave., Crandon, WI
478-2215 or outside area 800-365-6258
Help Wanted
HELP WANTED - ARGONNE LUMBER
SUMMER / PART-TIME WORKER.
Stop in & pick up an application at:
Argonne Lumber & Supply
7595 State Hwy 32 & 55 N.
Argonne, WI 54511
HELP WANTED
COMMUNITY
SUPPORT FOR
PEOPLE WITH
DISABILITIES
Part-time positions (1529 hours per week)
available for creative
and energetic
individuals who are
interested in providing
various support
services to people with
disabilities.
Support
services would include
community integration
and job coaching
activities.
Flexible
schedule; possible
evening and weekend
work.
Valid driver’s
license and vehicle
required. Positions will
remain open until filled.
Send letter of interest
and resume to
Administrative
Assistant, Headwaters,
Inc., PO Box 618,
Rhinelander, WI 54501
E.O.E.
B5
HELP WANTED:
Lake Forest
Trading
Post BP
Convenience
Store in Hiles
Call Dean at
715-649-3120
B4
HELP WANTED
Sewing machine
operator.
Experience
preferred.
Call 715-473-3554.
B5
HELP WANTED
BARTENDER/
COOK
APPLY IN PERSON AT
WINDFALL INN
6424 St. Hwy. 52
Wabeno, WI
Betc4
Donovan's Trailside Inn
Bar - Restaurant - Motel
HELP WANTED:
Cook, Waitress
& Bartender
715-484-3045 • Located in Pearson
Intersection of Hwy. 55 & T, on Hwy. 55
HELP WANTED
Cook, Waitress &
Kitchen Help
Apply in person at
POST LAKE INN
Over looking the beautiful Wolf River
W8750 HWY K Elcho, WI
715-275-3611
INVITATION
FOR BIDS
HELP
WANTED
FULL TIME COGNITIVE DISABILITIES TEACHING POSITION
Job Description: Full Time K-12 Cognitive Disabilities Teacher for
the 2014-2015 school year. Teaching assignment to include
students of varied ages and abilities. Preference will be given to
applicants with appropriate DPI license.
Qualifications: Candidates must have appropriate DPI license
(810-Cognitive Disabilities/801 Cross Categorical). Applicants
must possess the knowledge and skills to work as a team to
develop a comprehensive IEP. Candidates need to be proficient in
transitional planning, and be able to work with community agencies
to establish postsecondary placements. The candidates will also
have experience with professional learning communities,
technology, Common Core Essential Elements, PBIS, 21st century
skills, Educator Effectiveness, and RtI including interventions and
data analysis. An innovative approach with a focus on continuous
improvement is necessary. Collaboration with staff, students, and
community members to improve learning is imperative.
Requirements: Candidates must have appropriate DPI license
(810-Cognitive Disabilities/801 Cross Categorical)
How to Apply: Interested and licensed candidates should submit a
letter of interest, resume, transcripts, copy of license(s), three (3)
current letters of reference by May 30, 2014 to: Dr. Kimberly
Odekirk, District Administrator, PO Box 460 Wabeno, WI 54566.
The School District of Wabeno Area in accordance with Wisconsin Fair
Employment Practices Act, Wisconsin Statute 111.31, does not discriminate in hiring
practice on the basis of gender, age, race, color, creed, religion, genetic information
or testing, physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability or handicap, national
origin, political affiliation, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, arrest
record or conviction record. The School District of Wabeno Area is an equal
opportunity employer.
HELP WANTED
CRANDON SCHOOL
DISTRICT VACANCY
MIDDLE SCHOOL CLERICAL
This will be an 11 month position; work schedule
will be coordinated by the High School Administrator.
Rate of pay $17.30.
Applicant must have previous secretarial experience,
must possess exceptional computer skills, as well as
excellent human relations skills.
The goal for this position is to assure smooth and
efficient operation of the Middle/High School Office
and to provide a pleasant and positive reception area
for the school.
Any person interested in this position should submit
a letter of interest to:
Andy Space, High School Principal
9750 US HWY 8 W
Crandon, WI 54520
715-478-6200
Deadline: Friday, May 16th, 2014
The School District of Crandon does not discriminate on the
basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, sexual
orientation, pregnancy, marital or parental status, or physical, mental,
emotional or learning disability.
SUPPER CLUB
& CATERING
Help Wanted
Waitresses &
Bartender -
Experience helpful but
not necessary
Stop for an application. Open at 4:30 p.m.
PEARSON
715-484-3211 or 715-484-2100
Work
Wanted
WORK
WANTED:
Will do in-home care
for elderly, light
cleaning, cooking,
shopping.
Please call Karen at
715-889-4323.
P4
W O R K WA N T E D :
Responsible 15 year old boy
looking for lawn mowing and
yard work jobs in Crandon
area. Call 715-478-1182. P6
~BUYING POPPLE POLES~
3/4" TO 1 1/2" IN DIAMETER
PAYING 20 CENTS PER POUND!
FOR MORE INFORMATION,
CALL 715-889-2922
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 19, MAY 12, 2014
HELP WANTED
Well Drilling Assistant
needed in Lakewood
CDL & clean driving record
Heavy lifting required
Contact Tim for more information
715-276-6234
HELP WANTED
VAN DRIVER
Part-time position for an
individual to drive a 14
passenger bus
transporting individuals
in the Wabeno area to a
pick-up point in
Crandon.
MondayF r i d a y
f r o m
approximately 6:30 –
8:00 a.m. and 3:00 –
5:00 p.m. (hours vary).
A valid driver’s license
and good driving record
required. Position will
remain open until filled.
Contact Headwaters,
Inc. (715-369-1337) and
ask for Julie Deaton.
E.O.E. B4
HELP WANTED
Appliance Delivery and
Repair Person, will
Train. Clean Driving
Record, 32-40 Hours per
Week.
APPLY IN PERSON AT
Forest TV & Appliance
413 N Lake Ave.
Crandon
HELP WANTED: Subcontracting logging crew to
work in the area. Call 715889-0942.
B5
HELP WANTED
CRANDON SCHOOL
DISTRICT VACANCY
PHYSICS/CHEMISTRY SCIENCE
TEACHER GRADES 9-12
Proper DPI Teacher Certification is required: 601, 610,
and 625. Position will be for the 2014-2015 School
Year only.
Please send letter of application, resume, copy of
license, and credentials to the School District of
Crandon:
Attention: Andy Space, MS/HS Principal,
9750 US Highway 8 W,
Crandon, WI 54520-8499
Deadline for applications is
May 30, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.
The School District of Crandon does not discriminate on the
basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, sexual
orientation, pregnancy, marital or parental status, or physical, mental,
emotional or learning disability.
INVITATION
FOR BIDS
HELP
WANTED
Full-Time Math Teaching Position
Job Description: The School District of Wabeno Area has a fulltime mathematics teaching position available for a dynamic
teacher beginning in the 2014-2015 school year. The successful
candidate will become an important member of an outstanding
collaborative team working towards excellence in education.
Qualifications: Preferred candidates will possess a thorough
knowledge of mathematics and demonstrate a passion to educate
all students. The candidates will also have experience with
professional learning communities, technology, common core,
PBIS, 21st century skills, Educator Effectiveness, and RtI including
interventions and data analysis. An innovative approach with a
focus on continuous improvement is necessary. The ability to
engage students and form positive relationships is vital to success.
Collaboration with staff, students, and community members to
improve learning is imperative.
Requirements: Candidates must have appropriate DPI license
(400-Mathematics).
Additional Information: Wabeno Junior/ Senior High serves
roughly 200 students grades 7-12. Wabeno Area School District is
very progressive and strives to lead the way in education by
meeting the needs of each child in innovative ways. Visit our
website at to learn more about us.
How to Apply: Interested and licensed candidates should submit a
letter of interest, resume, transcripts, copy of license(s), and three
(3) current letters of reference by Tuesday, May 20, 2014 to: Dr.
Kimberly Odekirk, District Administrator, PO Box 460, Wabeno, WI
54566.
The School District of Wabeno Area in accordance with Wisconsin Fair
Employment Practices Act, Wisconsin Statute 111.31, does not discriminate in hiring
practice on the basis of gender, age, race, color, creed, religion, genetic information
or testing, physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability or handicap, national
origin, political affiliation, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, arrest
record or conviction record. The School District of Wabeno Area is an equal
opportunity employer.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 20, MAY 12, 2014
Beer Pong Tournament
FRIDAY
SERVING:
FISH FRYS $10
Saturday, May 17th
$25.00 Entry Fee per Team
Prizes for 1st & 2nd Place
Wolff's
River Inn
SLING IT HAPPY HOUR MON. & THURS. 4-6
Hours: Thurs. - Mon. 11 a.m. - Close
CLOSED TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
To sign up
contact Adam at:
715-473-2129 or
414-698-0532
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!
Sunday, May 11th
4298 Hwy. 8, Cavour, WI • 715-674-MUDD (6833)
Open at 3:00 pm • Serving 4:00 pm - ?
Special JUST for Moms
HILL'S STILL
SUPPER CLUB & CATERING
OUR WILDLIFE SCENE INCLUDES THE 2010 RECORD BLACK BEAR FROM BRYANT, WI!
Mon. - A.Y.C.E. Walleye
Tues. & Wed. Mexican Menu &
Pork Chops & Chicken
Friday - A.Y.C.E. FISH & CHICKEN
Sat. - Full menu 4:30 p.m. featuring
California Prime Rib
Gift
Certificates
Available
CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK!
Sun. - $7.95 Buffet at 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Full Menu
(715) 484-3211 or 484-2100
Homemade Pizza
Seafood Platter - $24.95
Lobster, Fresh Shrimp & Scallops
Also Serving:
Call for Catering
& Orders To Go
Hours: Wed. - Mon.
County W, Wabeno 11 a.m. - Close;
Tuesday Closed
715-473-2129
ALL CHICKEN PRESSURE FRIED
Highway 55, Pearson • 5 miles past Mole Lake Casino
ALL FULL DINNERS INCLUDE SOUP & FULL SALAD BAR
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Open Mon - Sat. 4:30 P.M.; Sunday 11 A.M.
MAY SPECIAL:
Tenderloin served with a Gorgonzola &
Bacon Sauce, Potato & Salad. $16.95
Main
Street
Ed’s
Argonne, WI • 715-649-3810
OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK
WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY AT 11:00 A.M.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Specials Daily
Water’s Edge Lodge
County Hwy. W, Crandon, WI (715)478-1224
On beautiful Lake Lucerne
The perfect blend of family & fine dining
Open 365 Days a Year for your Convenience
Bar: Mon. - Fri. 4 p.m., Sat . & Sun. 1:00 p.m.
Dinner: Mon. - Thurs. 4:45 p.m., Fri - Sun. 4:30 p.m.
Sandwich Menu: Sat. & Sun. 1 - 4 p.m.
Mother's Day
Sunday, May 11th • 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
Donovan's Trailside Inn
Bar - Restaurant - Motel
Friday Fish Fry: Perch & Cod
Homemade German Potato Salad!
Look for
additions
to our
menu this
summer!
All mothers receive
HALF OFF
any menu item
PRIME RIB WHILE IT LASTS!
Winter Hours:
Closed Monday
Tue. - Thurs.: 3:00 p.m.
Fri. - Sun.: 11:00 a.m.
Prime Rib, French Onion Ribeye
or Fillet, Lobster Special,
& Full Menu Also Available
Hwy K., Post Lake
715-275-3902
POST
LAKE
INN
BROASTED
CHICKEN DINNER
SERVED DAILY!
• HOMEMADE PIZZAS Including:
BLT & Memphis Pulled Pork
• AWESOME BLOODY MARYS
• FRIDAY FISH FRY • FREE WIFI
SAT & SUN AT 10 A.M.
WEEKDAYS AT 11 A.M. - CLOSED TUESDAYS
Located in Beautiful Downtown
Post Lake • 715-275-3611
Summer Hours:
Open at 11:00 a.m. Daily
715-484-3045 • Located in Pearson
Intersection of Hwy. 55 & T, on Hwy. 55
HILL'S STILL
SUPPER CLUB
& CATERING
Mother's Day Buffet
FIRST 100 LADIES GET A CARNATION!
FEATURING LEG OF LAMB,
Turkey, Baked Ham, Sirloin Tips, Roast Pork, Roast Beef,
Broasted Chicken, BBQ Ribs, Italian Style Pork Chops, Polish Sausage
& Sauerkraut, Lemon Pepper Fish, Crab Au Gratin, Rice,
Mashed Potatoes, Sage Stuffing, Vegetables, Rolls & Butter,
Full Salad Bar, Assorted Fresh Fruit & Dessert Table
Sun., May 11th from 10:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Full Menu After 4:00 p.m.
Adults $11.95 • Seniors $10.95
Children 4-11 $5.95 • Under 3 FREE
Reservations appreciated but not necessary
(715) 484-3211 or 484-2100Pearson, WI 5 miles past Mole Lake Casino
Mother’s Day
Sunday, May 11th
Serving from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
BREAKFAST 8 - 11 A.M.
• Blitzes, French Toast or Pancakes LOADED WITH
Fresh Strawberry & Whipped Cream. $5.95
• Fresh, Homemade Kielbasa w/Eggs, Cheese Baked Hashbrowns. $6.50
DINNER 11 A.M.-8 P.M.
• Baked Ham w/mango sauce, Roast Turkey Breast OR
Half Baked Chicken. $9.95
• Roast Leg of Lamb w/ Mint Jelly $13.95
Served w/Mashed Potatoes, Dressing, Sweet Potatoes,
& Fresh Strawberry Short Cake
• Roast Duck w/ Cranberry Walnut Dressing, Plum or Orange Sauce,
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy & Strawberry Short Cake. $15.95
• Broiled Prawns w/ Drawn Butter, Potato & Salad. $15.95
PRIME RIB FROM 4 P.M. • SR., QUEEN OR KING CUTS
Main
Street Ed’s
Argonne, WI • 715-649-3810
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 21, MAY 12, 2014
TheON DECK
Sush
Pizza i,
& Mo 's
r e!
PLATTER
715-478-0077
123 N. Lake Ave
We Will Be
CLOSED Mother's Day
Sunday, May 11th
Happy Mother's Day!
GIVE MOM A FREE FLOWER
& CHAMPAGNE OR MIMOSSA
THIS MOTHER'S DAY.
TRY OUR NEW BRUNCH
BAR FEATURING: CARVED
HAM & OMELET STATION,
FRENCH TOAST, BISCUITS &
GRAVY, SALAD BAR AND
MUCH MORE FOR JUST $9.95!
7AM TO 1 PM ON
MOTHER'S DAY
SUNDAY, MAY 11TH
THURSDAY NIGHT FEATURING:
VIRGIE’S KARAOKE,
35Вў WINGS, & OTHER
ENTERTAINMENT ODDITIES
(35Вў Wings are Dine-In Only - No Carry Outs)
BRING MOM OUT FOR
PRIME RIB, ALFREDO OR
SALMON WITH SWEET
BASIL SAUCE ($13.95)
THIS SATURDAY NIGHT
WEEKLY SPECIALS: May 12 - 18
Mon: Gyros & Fries $7.25 • Tues: Meat Loaf Dinner $7.95
Wed: Broasted Chicken $7.95 • Thurs: Oriental Stir Fry $7.95
Fri: Fish Fry $8.25... Catfish Dinner $10.95 NEW FILET-0-COD $2.95
Hotel Crandon
North Lake Avenue Downtown Crandon
715-478-2414
OPEN WED. & THURS. EVENINGS 4:30 - 8 P.M.
Breakfast: Mon. - Sat., 6 - 11 a.m.; Lunch: Mon. - Fri., 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Friday Dinner: 4-8 p.m., Saturday Dinner: 5-8 p.m., Sundays: 7 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Laona Educators
Cont. from pg. 1
“
With these grants, we are supporting educator-driven solutions that contribute to improved student
performance in public schools,” said Harriet Sanford, president and CEO of the NEA Foundation. “Our support
enables educators to engage in a wide variety of innovative approaches to the benefit of students across the country.”
Kruger and Kircher are both members of the Laona Education Association, which is an affiliate of the National
Education Association and the related NEA Foundation. Kruger said, after taking a university course over the summer
on technology in schools, she looked for options to supplement the use of existing technology in her rural school
district. She started researching the use of student response systems (sometimes referred to as "clickers") and their
potential impact on teaching and learning.
“It seemed as though this would be a perfect addition to all of the work that our staff are doing regarding
learning targets and SLOs as well as other initiatives to take both teaching and learning to the next level,” Kruger said.
“Our science teacher, Steve Kircher, had experience with using an SRS system at a previous school and was interested
in implementing its use at our school and being the lead in helping other staff learn how to use the system to improve
their teaching to in turn improve student learning.”
“The NEA grant was the perfect fit for what we were looking to be able to do,” she said.
Kruger and Kircher are among 47 educators across 23 states to receive awards in the latest cycle. Nationally,
the NEA Foundation awarded a total of $155,000 to support educators’ efforts to improve teaching and learning.
Over the past decade, the NEA Foundation has invested more than $7.1 million in grants to support the work
of almost 4,500 educators from every state in the country to help students succeed.
To learn about these educators’ projects, visit the NEA Foundation’s Grantee Archive. Search for grantees
and projects by most recent, grade level, subject, state, or keyword.
The NEA Foundation awards its grants to educators three times a year. The next grant deadline is June 1,
2014. Application forms and a video with step-by-step instructions on how to apply can be found in the Grants to
Educators section of the NEA Foundation website.
Sex offender
released to the
Carter area
Forest County Sheriff John Dennee wants the
community to know that a registered sex offender will be
released from prison and will be making his residence in the
Carter area.
Douglas Gerdeen will be released from custody May
14th by the Wisconsin Dept. of Corrections. Gerdeen had been
convicted in Oconto County in 2006 of 3rd Degree Sexual
Assault and was revoked and admitted to prison in 2010.
This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather,
it is believed that an informed community is a safer community.
Sex offenders have always lived in our communities; but it was
not until the Sex Offender Registry and Community Notification
Law was enacted, that Law Enforcement was able to share this
information with the community.
Upon release, Gerdeen will be subject to the Wisconsin
Department of Corrections Global Positioning System (GPS).
He is also required to register with the Wisconsin Sex Offender
Registry Program for life.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 22, MAY 12, 2014
Vehicles & Heavy Equipment
Spring Special
Spring has sprung,
and it's time to
wash the winter off!
$42
+ tax
Get the undercarriage of your vehicle
pressure-washed and all four tires rotated
with your next oil change through May 31st!
S & H Service & Repair
7912 State Hwy 101, Armstrong Creek, WI 54103
(715) 336-2811• Mon.-Sat. 8:00-5:00
* A regular oil change includes an oil filter, up to 5 quarts of oil, and a 24-point
inspection. Price is $44.31 after all sales tax is applied. All other services are
extra. S & H Service & Repair, LLC reserves all rights.
FOR SALE: 1997 Chevy
short box 4x4 1500. Parts
truck only, no title, red in
color, extended cab, runs
very well, motor has
220,000, transmission was
just redone. $1,000 firm.
Call 715-784-1488.
P4
Wanted
WANTED: All used or used
up 3 point equipment. 715623-5678 or 715-623-6707.
Petc1
WANTED:
60s or 70s
MOTORCYCLES
DEAD OR ALIVE
920-371-0494
P15
FOR SALE: 2003 Chevy
Impala, 163k miles, 1
owner, new tires, alloy rims,
new radio, spoiler on back.
Reason for selling is buying
new car $4,200.00. Call
715-649-3372 or 715-9020285.
P5
NEED
A
VEHICLE?
Call the Fresh Start
Program, we know
bad things can
happen to good
people. So, here
at Fresh Start we
can tailor your
financing to fit your
needs.
WE CAN
HELP!
715-623-7314
FOR SALE: 1964 Ford
Galaxy 500. Excellent
condition, no rust. Motor is
289 - 83,000 original miles.
Black, 2 door hard top with
red cloth interior. Collector
car, must see! $12,500.00
OBO. Call 715-473-4432.
P7
Wabeno Community
Cleanup Day
Saturday, May 17, 8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
The Wabeno Community Cleanup Day is soon
approaching.
We are asking that community
organizations, groups, businesses and individual citizens
be involved with this special day. This will be the kickoff to
our Downtown Revitalization, “The North Branch
Movement.” We would like the community to take charge
and make our community a better place for us all.
The town has been divided into sections. Each
organization could pick the area they would like to focus
on and cleanup. Registration will take place from 8:00
a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at the Town Hall. Groups and individuals
will get maps and supplies at the town hall. At 12:00 p.m.
we will all gather back at the town hall for a bag lunch and
drawing for prizes including a $50 gas card. Coffee and
hot chocolate will be available throughout the morning at
the town hall.
All our areas in town are important to clean up.
We need two special groups that will focus on the Logging
Museum and School House. We would like to get these
cleaned up and ready to open for our Memorial Day
Celebrations. If you or your group is interested in one or
both of these two areas, please contact me as soon as you
can. We are looking for about 25 volunteers for both
buildings. What a great way to give back to our
community by taking care of our historical treasures.
Depending on what you or your group would like
to do, we ask that volunteers bring rakes, shovels, brooms
and other equipment. Wear bright colors and bring
gloves. Reflective vests will be available for those groups
working along the highway. Our goal is to have 100+
volunteers this day and accomplish this in four hours.
The Nicolet Sportsman’s Club is the first
organization to volunteer for this event. They will be taking
the river areas in town as well as one of the park areas.
This organization has a deep history with Wabeno. If you
would like more information about this organization and
others please check out the links on the Town of Wabeno
Website .
If you would like more information please
contact: Joshua Jameson, Wabeno Community
Development Director, (715) 889-1606
Wabeno Town Hall Office Hours: Wednesdays
3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. or by appointment.
FULL CAST IRON WOOD
STOVE: Wood burning
parlor stove. Will need to
have catalytic converter
replaced. Weight 347 lbs.
Have heated approx. 1,000
sq. ft. with it. $350 / Radial
arm saw with stand.
$165 / Commercial
sewing machine.
Will
stitch up to Вј" leather.
Plus a plastic tub of
threads, zippers, etc.
$740. Call 715-478-3566.
After 9:30 a.m., leave
message with contact
number if no answer.
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Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
GET YOUR
E-CIGARETTE
TODAY!
We are your local E-Cig
headquarters.
Rechargeable, refillable
starter kits at only
$10.00! Over 50 flavors
available!
Still Smoking
on Main Street
Crandon, between
Duck's and Pickers.
(715) 478-4059
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SCHAEFER’S
GREENHOUSE
Pioneer Plaza, Hwy 8 East
Crandon, 715-889-1816
NOW OPEN
7 Days a Week
SPRING into action with your Greenhouse
of choice
Check out our Unique and
Abundant Selection of Over 500
Combination Baskets from which
to choose
a mother's day gift that
lasts all summer!
gift certificates available
Early Bird Special: 8 inch combo
annual COMBO pot $15.99
Rose Bush Special $19.99
While Supplies Last
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 23, MAY 12, 2014
Parsons
"Your Hometown Dealer Since 1985"
Hwy 8 East, Crandon, across
from Pioneer Plaza
715-478-2850 or
1-800-353-5932
OF CRANDON
New Arrivals
2011 Chev Tahoe LT 4wd
leather, 3rd row seating
$31,900
Hempfer
Insurance Services, Inc.
Complete Insurance Service
2012 Chev Malibu LT 4dr
Remote Start, Local Trade
Wade Flanery
CIC, CRIS
2600 Rib Mt. Drive
Suite 120
Wausau, WI 54401
On the corner of Hwy N & NN
$13,900
Office: 715.848.1140
Cell: 715.432.7988
Fax: 715.848.9034
E-mail: [email protected]
2005 Chev Trailblazer LS 4wd
91k miles, New tires
$8,500
AVAILABLE AT:
LAONA MACHINE SUPPLY
4902 HIGHWAY 8, LAONA, WI 54541
877-674-3909
2011 Toyota Camry LE 4dr
4cyl, Local Trade
$13,900
www.parsonsofcrandon.com
Trade Ins Welcome
Financing Available
[email protected] • www.laonamachine.com
Lakewood is an Assisted Living Facility for the Elderly and Memory
Care Member of Your Family, offering residents a country-like setting. Single
and double rooms are available.
---Home Cooked meals, certified nurse aids and Licensed nurses on site and
on call 24/7.
---Fall Prevention, and sliding scale diabetic care offered.
---Secure Homelike atmosphere with wander guard security system.
---Exercise Program, daily activities. Wireless nurse call system.
---Health monitoring, Medication management, Housekeeping, laundry
services.
---Cable TV included
Call Lakewood Assisted Living to arrange for a tour or inquire about
availability.
Call Heather at 920-680-7050 or Sheila at 920-676-2307
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 24, MAY 12, 2014
THINK SPRING WITH Conway True Value
478-3617
Hwy 8 East Pioneer Plaza, Crandon
Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:30-5:30, Sat 8-4, Sun 9-1
Seeds Are In! Vegetables, Annuals, Perennials, Pumpkins & Gourds,
Climbing Vines and More! Big Selection!
See the seeds
before you buy
them with our
new window
packs.
Large packs
available for
Large
Gardens!
8-quart
Green Thumb
Potting Soil
is 2/$5
8-quart
Miracle
Potting
Mix is
$2.99
(mail in
the rebate
and save
$2.00)
Potting Soil, Cow Manure, Mulch
Fertilizer, and Everything Else
You Need to Make Your Lawn &
Garden Grow!
Rainbarrel Garden Center
Opens Friday, May 9!
FREE ONE GALLON BLEEDING HEART PERENNIAL TO THE
FIRST 50 MOMS WHO STOP IN MOTHER'S DAY WEEKEND!
Hundreds of Unique Hanging Baskets
Flowering Pots, Annuals and Perennials
Fountains, Bird Feeders, Garden Statuary, Planters
If you want to make
Mom really Happy,
Rent Her One of These
for Mother's Day!
Happy Mother's Day
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