The Official Paper for
City of Sheffield
SCMT School District
Franklin County, IA
75¢ per copy
Volume 130, Number 32 • Thursday, August 12, 2010
Welcome to “Sourdough Days” Franklin County’s Relay for Life Raises $42,232.34
The Sheffield Area Community Club invites you Last weekend’s annual American Cancer Society wrote herself. The winner of Relay’s Got Talent was
to help them celebrate Sourdough Days. All events
will be held at Marie Ayers park. Following is the
Grand Marshall Relay For Life raised $42,232.34 to be used in the
fight against cancer.
chosen by who raised the most donations from the
crowd. The winner of Relay’s Got Talent was Bailey
schedule of events for the day: “Franklin County residents really showed their Condon with a total of $180.00, the total raise with
spirit last weekend,” said Sheri Bogue, volunteer Relay’s Got Talent was $351.80.
Saturday, Aug. 14 co-chair for the 2010 American Cancer Society Re- To learn more about Relay For Life, visit www.
City wide garage sale. lay for Life. “Many survivors showed up to partici- relayforlife.org/franklincountyia. Having cancer is
6:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Omelet Breakfast, pate as well. It was very touching and emotional for hard. Finding help shouldn’t be. As a nationwide
Sponsored by Sheffield Library Foundation all of us.” organization, the American Cancer Society helps
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.??, KLMJ Antique Tractor Ride More than 120 people participated – split into 12 everyone facing the disease, when and where they
will be coming to Sheffield from Chapin and will teams. The teams represented area businesses, clubs need assistance. Dollars raised through Relay For
travel down Gilman out to the Care Center & and organizations. The top three fundraising teams Life are providing hope to people in the Franklin
Deerfield Place and then back out to C13 to continue were Rehab Rockers with $5,423.90; Mash Up Can- County Community. For cancer information, day-to-
on the ride, time is approximate depending on how cer with $2,957.00 and Radio Freq with $2,746.40. day help or emotional support, call 1-800-ACS-3245
fast they travel on the route. Sheri Bogue said that the money raised in the 2010 or visit www.cancer.org.
10:00 a.m., Parade Relay For Life will be used to speed up the search The American Cancer Society is dedicated to elim-
Immediately following parade: Dignitaries will for new weapons to fight cancer. “In order to ex- inating cancer as a major health problem by saving
Sheri Bogue and Jon Schmitt
be honored and crowning of Little Prince & Princess pand our patient serviced in Franklin County and lives, diminishing suffering and preventing cancer
at the Gazebo.
12:00 - ??, Lunch – Beef Burgers, Chips, Cookie and
C. C. Gilman research new ways to treat patients, we’ve got to
channel more public attention and money into this
through research, education, advocacy and service.
Founded in 1913 and with national headquarters in
Drink. Sponsored by Sheffield Area Community problem, “Bogue said. Atlanta, the Society has 13 regional Divisions and lo-
Club. Jon Schmitt, who participated in the Relay as a cal offices in 3,400 communities, involving millions
team member of Team Car~diologist, said he was of volunteers across the United States. For more in-
12:00 – 4:00, Inflatable’s and activities and
inspired by many of his business customers who are formation, call 1-800-ACS-2345 or visit www.cancer.
venders in the park.
cancer survivors. “It shows how people can live rich org.
DUSK will be fireworks – by the High School lives instead of moping about,” Schmitt said.
Sunday Aug. 15
America Cancer Society Relay For Life of Franklin
County was made possible by thier Corporate Spon-
Misster Relay for Life
11:00 a.m., Community Church Service at Zion St. sors: Marty’s, Kiwanis Club of Hampton, Morts Wa-
John’s Lutheran Church – 416 Sherman. ter, Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa, Hampton
12:00, Ham Ball lunch served at First United Chronicle, Sheffield Press, Dows Advocate, Pioneer
Methodist Church – 510 Thompson. Enterprise, KLMJ, Jon’s Auto & Truck Repair, Zion
Reformed Church, Iowa Drainage, Sukup Manufac-
turing, Lathem Hi-Tech Seeds, First National Bank,
Outstanding Citizens Luverne and Beatrice Becker Franklin REC, Fareway of Hampton, United Bank
& Trust, Aredale Fire Department, Sheffield Fire De-
Care Center Royalty partment, David and Kathy Alden, Pamida and M &
D Sound. Franklin County Relay For Life could not
have been a success without the corporate sponsors,
all who made any donation, teams, walkers and the
many volunteers who worked countless hours to
put on a fantastic event. This years Co-Chairs, Ma-
donna Weiland and Sheri Bogue would like to thank
everyone who made the Franklin County Relay for
Life a success.
A new addition to our Relay this year was Relay’s
Got Talent. The participants this year were Maynard Tyler Dirkson was the only gentleman who
Koenen playing the spoons, singers Taylyn Healy, dressed up as a lady for a lap during the 2010
Michelle Sweiter and her daughter Gracie and Bai- Franklin County Relay for Life. He was able to
ley Condon who sang “You Bring Me Up” which she raise over $41 from the crowd.
David and Judy Dannen Carl Hulsing and Eileen Lutcavish
Franklin Count Relay’s Got Talent
SCMT School Board Sukup Named to 2010
to MeetChapin Meservey Thornton Com- Class ofSociety of Agricultural and Biologi-
Aug. 17 The American
The Sheffield cal Engineers (ASABE) inducted Charles E. Sukup, PE,
munity School Board will meet Tuesday, Aug. 17 at as an ASABE Fellow. He was one of 12 individuals of
5:30 p.m. The following is the tentative agenda: extraordinary accomplishment who were inducted at a
1. Call To Order & Roll Call ceremony on June 22, during the 2010 ASABE Annual
2. Welcome & Recognize Visitors International Meeting, held in Pittsburg, Penn.
a. Tom Christianson – School Insurance Sukup was honored for his exemplary leadership ex-
3. Approvals: hibited in agricultural equipment manufacturing, and
a. Agenda in service to ASABE and the profession. Sukup is presi-
b. Minutes of 7/21 meeting dent of Sukup Manufacturing Company, the world’s
c. List of Bills largest family-owned manufacturer of grain handling
d. Financial Reports and storage equipment. A $100-million-per-year busi-
e. Open Enrollment Out Application ness founded by his father, Eugene, in 1963, Sukup
4. Discuss/Approve Boiler Bid for Kitchen Manufacturing is headquartered in Sheffield and has
5. Discuss Activity Account more than 400 employees at seven locations. The com-
6. Discuss/Accept Bid for International Cub pany’s equipment line includes grain bins, grain dyers,
Tractor fans, grain conveyors, and other equipment.
7. Discuss/Approve Proposal for Gymnasium While still an undergraduate student at Iowa State
Excavation University in 1970s, Sukup took the lead in developing
8. Reports: a new line of drying fans and heaters to be built and
a. Principal sold by the company. This line was added in 1974 and
b. Superintendent is now a major part of the company’s sales. He was the
company’s first degreed engineer and personally holds
AWANA Clubs eight of the company’s 70-plus patents. Since Sukup be-
came president, in 1995, the company has added lines
Sign Up September 1 of portable continuous-flow grain dyers, tower grain
dryers, and corrugated steel grain bins. Bold moves
Bailey Condon (second from left) sang “You Bring Me Up,” which she wrote, and won the contest
with $180.00 donations. The total donations for Relay’s Got Talent was $351.00. Also pictured are (left to
It’s that time of year again! AWANA Clubs are for a small company, all have been successful, help- right) Taylan Healy, Bailey Condon, Michelle Sweiter and her daughter Gracie and Maynard Koenen.
forming up and getting ready for another great ing the company sextuple in size under his leadership.
year of fun and fellowship! Please note the following
line up of upcoming events. All of these activities will
A second grain bin manufacturing line was added in
2008, and that year the company become one of the top
Amsbaugh Family Deerfield Place
be held at First Grace Baptist Church in Sheffield. All
AWANA activities are free and open to the public. We
three bin manufacturers in the U.S. This growth took
place during a time when manufacturing jobs in the Reunion Planned Fund Raiser Saturday
invite everyone to get involved with this children’s U.S. were declining and Sukup Manufacturing sales, There will be a Dessert Stand in the park in Shef-
The Amsbaugh and Relatives Family Reunion
ministry. exports, and payroll became critical components of the field immediately following the Sourdough Days
will be held at The Log Cabin, 305 Benton in Slater
There will be an all directors, leaders, and volun- Iowa economy. Parade being held on Saturday, Aug. 14. So be sure to
on Saturday, Aug. 14. Friends of the Amsbaugh
teer meeting on August 25th at 6.30p.m.. If you are a In his 32 years of ASABE membership, Sukup has stop for homemade pie, bars and ice cream and help
family are welcome also.
volunteer leader or director, or if you would like more held numerous leadership positions, from president with the fund raiser for Deerfield Place Assisted Liv-
information on becoming a volunteer, please plan to
attend. There are a variety of different capacities that
one could get involved.
of his Iowa Student Engineering branch to president of
the Society in 2006-2007. As Society president, Sukup
oversaw the 2007 year-long 100th anniversary culminat-
Celebrating Birthday ing. They are still trying to achieve that $400,000 goal.
The committee has about $45,000 left to raise. So be in
the Sheffield Park on Saturday the 14th of August and
On Wednesday, Sept. 1, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. doors ing with the numerous centennial events held during share the fun and a wonderful dessert. See you there.
will be open for children and families to come and get the International Annual Meeting in Minneapolis. His
registered for AWANA Clubs. Stop in and meet your many Resource articles during this time urged mem- UMC to hold Hamball Dinner
leader, check out your room, and get a glimpse of bers to celebrate the past while aiming for a sustainable The First United Methodist Church will hold a
some of the activities that are scheduled for the year! future. Sukup has held an officer position in the Iowa hamball dinner on Sunday, Aug. 15 at the church
They hope to see you there! section, and been a member of various Crop Processing in Sheffield. Serving will begin at 12:00 noon. They
September 8, the adventure begins!! Club meetings and Storage, Steering, Structures, Biomass and Energy will serve hamballs, cheesy potatoes, assorted sal-
begin for the year! AWANA meets every Wednes- committees. He has served on both the Board of Direc- ads, rolls, brownies, sundaes, and brownie. Adults
day evening beginning at 6:30p.m. The mission con- tors and the Foundation board. Dorothy may eat for $7 and children ages 6 to 10 for $3,
tinues… If you ever have questions about AWANA In addition to alumni and university honors, Sukup Koenigberg while pre-school age children will eat for free.
Clubs, please call First Grace Baptist at 892-4421. has earned awards from ASAABE that include Young
Dougherty Firemen Engineer of the Year Award honors from both the Iowa
Section and Mid-Central region, and the Sunkist Young 90th Birthday!
Designer award. He is a member of five honorary soci-
Annual Breakfast eties. Sukup Manufacturing has been granted 70 plus In celebration of a very special 90th birthday, a
card shower is being held for Leonard Etnier, who
The Dougherty Fire Department will host their patents and seven AE50 awards. A well-known leader
annual breakfast on Sunday, Aug. 15 from 7:00 a.m. to in the growth of business opportunities in Iowa, Sukup will be observing his 90th on Monday, Aug. 16. Leon-
12:00 noon at the Town Hall. A free-will donation will has served as chair of the Iowa Association of Business ard is a lifelong resident of the Sheffield area and a
be accepted. They will be serving eggs, pancakes, sau- & Industry in Des Moines. He is also a member Iowa You are invited to help make this a special Aug. lifelong farmer. Cards may be sent to Leonard at: P.O.
sage breakfast. Money raised will be used to purchase State University’s Foundation Board of Governors and 23, 2010 birthday for Dorothy Koenigsberg. Cards Box 301, Sheffield, IA 50475-0301. A family dinner
new equipment. the Advisory Council of the College of Agriculture and and notes, recalling a favorite memory, may be sent will be held on Sunday, Aug. 15.
Life Services. to her at 4401 Parklawn #105, Edina, MN 55435.
PAGE TWO AUG. 12, 2010 the Winnebago Council making his home Sunday, Aug. 3, following daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne such as Dale) or they may have
Sheffield Press, Sheffield, IA the trip are Brad Berding, Steve a concert tour of England and Larson of Dougherty, will be a educational, general carpentry,
Pullen, Rick Schwierjohann, Dick seven European countries with designer in the show. Also in the painting, and maintenance skills.
Stoffer, and David Van Sickel from the United States Collegiate Wind show is Pam Gauley, daughter of Many just had a willingness to
Sheffield. Band. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gauley of learn new skills.
Sheffield Jaycees voting The 25th Class Reunion of the Sheffield. Eisentrager sisters of Sheffield
delegates President Jay Crawford Sheffield High School Class of Aug. 9, 1990 placed high at the 1990 Franklin
and Keith Emhoff attended the 1955 was held Friday evening, July The Area Community County fair. They brought home
Collected from The Sheffield Press quarterly state meeting held at 18, in the Holiday Lounge at Clear Commonwealth is at it again! Bugs a total of six purple ribbons
Aug. 11, 1960 to post a 17-win 3-loss record. Dr. Council Bluffs and Friday and Lake. Their were 26 class members Bunny will bring his long ears and five blues on the pigs. Joy
The 75th Anniversary of Schaefer Salsbury’s of Charles City, second Saturday. Special emphasis was and their spouses in attendance. and friends, Daffy and Sylvester, Eisentrager received two purple
department Store in Sheffield is place team, had a 13-7 record placed on a statewide campaign A special guest was Miss Iva to Sheffield on Sunday, Aug. 26, ribbons and also had the Reserve
being observed starting this week after heading the league a year for “Honey Sunday” to be held Klusmeier, a former instructor of 1990, for a unique Birthday Party. Champion Carcass pig of the
with a series of special events over previous. Northwestern defeated on Sept. 27. “Honey Sunday” the class. There were 22 members At 50, Bugs deserves a special show. Kari Eisentrager exhibited
an extended period. Present store Stoyle’s 11-1 in the closing night has been tentatively scheduled in the graduating class, with 14 in celebration and that is what he’ll the Reserve Grand Champion
owner, A. W. Schaefer, is the third of league play. Glenn Wehrkamp for Sunday, Sept. 27, in Sheffield attendance. Members attending get! The honorable Wascal himself pig and the Champion Pen of
generation of the family which has pitched the distance for Sheffield and throughout the state. This is were: Delos Swanson, Bonna will be the Grand Marshal of a Three. She received a total of
been associated with the store since Thursday giving up five hits and a project of the Iowa Jaycees with Jean Bonjour Eatherton, Beulah Parade beginning at 2:00 p.m. three purple ribbons plus she was
it was started in 1885. The business two runs. Dean Peter led the hitters each club canvassing their own Petersen Schulz, Shirley Corporon Daffy and Sylvester will pursue. A Third Place Showman in Junior
is the oldest in Sheffield under the with a pair of home runs and Jerry area. All proceeds from the honey McClemons, Mary Anderegg variety of entertainment will take Showmanship. Mindy Eisentrager
same family management and Atkinson chipped in with three will go to provide scholarships in Peter, Dallas McClemons, Larry place in the area of the City Park exhibited the Reserve Champion
the second oldest in the town. singles. Friday night at Waterloo each county for those going into Beyers, Ray Grabbe, Larry throughout the afternoon. A “By- Pen of Three. She also received
The Sheffield Press was founded the Sheffield Merchants lost to special education for the mentally Skeries, Melvin Ammerman, Gene By-Bugs” Parade will see him off one purple ribbon plus many blue
in 1880. Schaefer’s store in recent Happy Time of cedar Rapids 6 to 2 retarded. Lillibridge, David Sullivan, Chuck at 7:00 p.m. ribbons on her pigs. She place
years has been remodeled and in their opening sub-state bid. Dale There were 22 members of the Nolte, and Frederick Schoning. Dale and Lu Lahner, Don seventh in the carcass contest.
the grocery department enlarged. Root, ace merchnts hurler, allowed Junior and Senior Lifesaving Unable to attend were: Bill and Alice, Nathan and Stephen A Texas Longhorn owned by
New fixtures and display racks six hits. Jerry Atkinson nailed two class who participated in the Red Nicholson, Betty Brown Abrams, Bardole participated in a John and Joan Hanig, Sheffield,
have been added, and the lighting of the teams three hits. Dean Peter Cross instruction at the Sheffield Sandy Eckhardt Palmer, Ruby Volunteers in Mission (VIM) team Iowa, caught the judge’s eye at the
has been greatly increased to keep singled in the second and scored Municipal Swimming Pool Schroeder Nissen, Connie and of 26 to Alaska. They were in the first-ever Iowa Texas Longhorn
the store modern. H. G. Schaefer when Jerry Atkinson tripled. this summer. The course was Marvin Moehle, David Hungate, Parks Highway Parish July 13- Association Associations World
and Major Holden formed a Atkinson scored on a passed ball completed on Monday, July 27, and Karl Laudner. 27. It is located in the Matanuska Qualifying Show. Their heifer,
partnership in 1885 and opened for Sheffield’s final tally. with 12 of the group advancing The Kirkwood floriculture Valley north of Anchorage. Prosha’s Traveling Rose, placed
a general merchandise store in a Eight members of the class of during the 3 ½-week 40 hours students will present their seventh VIM is a program of the United second in her large class at the
frame building at the site of the 1941 met at the home of Mrs. of instruction. Members are: Jill annual summer floral show on Methodist church. It gives persons show held June 29-30 in Grinnell,
present Farmers Hardware store Rex Levitt on Thursday, Aug. Nagel, Karen Samuelson, LuAnn the third floor of Iowa Hall at with various skills an opportunity Iowa. The win entitled the Hanigs
on the north side of Gilman Street. 4. Members present were Mrs. Engebretson, Jackie Sheahan, Kirkwood Community College at to put them to work at a specific to show Rose in the elite Texas
Three years later the building was Robert Good of Winterset; Mrs. Terry Davolt, Cheri Peterson, Brad Cedar Rapids on Aug. 13, 1980, mission. Those skills may be Longhorn Exposition held Aug.
destroyed by fire, and the men Louis Eichmeier of Rockwell; Mrs. Post, Bill Schneck, Dan Jones, at 1:30-3;30 p.m. Karla Larson, very specific (an electrician 2-4 in Fort Worth, Texas.
constructed the brick building at Russel Baker and Mrs. Rolland Terry Peter, Kevin Rust, Leland
Church Services this week
the northeast corner of Gilman Engebretson of Thornton; Mrs. Kothenbeutal, Darryl Peter, Keith
and Second Street, where the store Harlan Ditch of Hampton; Mrs. Schnabel. Janice Hitzhusen was
has been located the past 72 years. Leo Schroeder, and Mrs. Ed the instructor.
Sheffield Merchants, Mason Humburg of Sheffield. Plans for a Sheffield Braves won
City Industrial League champions class reunion in the summer of ’61 the National Little League ZION ST. JOHN LUTHERAN FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
and district tournament winners, were discussed. championship Thursday, July 30, Pastor G. Kim Wills Pastor Janet Rieckhoff-Faris
are sponsoring an eight-tram Aug. 6, 1970 on the diamond at Geneva. They 641-892-4010 - Church • 641-780-4948 - Cell Sunday, Aug. 15
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Sheffield diamond the nights of were among the 40 boys and the top-heavy score of 23-6 in the Bryanne Hensley - Youth and Family Ministry Director John Lutheran
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, three leaders from the Winnebago finals to claim the title. Melvin firstname.lastname@example.org 12 noon Lunch at UMC
Aug. 17, 18, 19. The first games Council, Boy Scouts of America, Buss is manager of the Braves. Sunday, Aug. 15 Thursday, Aug. 19
will be called at 7:30 p.m. Pairings who left early Monday morning, Bill Nolte and Fred Schoning
9 a.m. Worship with Holy Communion 6:30 a.m. Men’s Prayer Breakfast at Sheffield Inn
were not complete on Wednesday Aug. 3, for the 200,000 acre are the team coaches. Thursday,
July 23, at Hampton the Sheffield Blessing of the Backpacks with Grace Baptist hosting
afternoon, Dean Peter stated. Philmont Scout Ranch at 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. Pancake Brunch
Braves romped over the Hampton Monday, Aug. 16 to Saturday, Aug. 21
Sheffield Merchants closed the Cimmaron, N. M. They are
Orioles 11-0 in the first contest of Tuesday, Aug. 17 Pastor Janet on Vacation
league softball season on Thursday headed for a 12-day mountain
night with a 9 to 2 over Food City trail experience. Local Scouts from the National League playoff. Craig 6:30 a.m. Bible Study
Rosencrants, winning pitcher, 11:30 a.m. Joy Circle at Sheffield Inn WEST FORK METHODIST CHURCH
issued no walks and gave up one 7 p.m. Council Meeting Pastor Janet Rieckhoff-Faris
The Sheffield Press hit. Greg Nolte and Hal Berding
each hit a double. Saturday,
8 p.m. AA & Alanon
Wednesday, Aug. 18
Sunday, Aug. 15
8:30 a.m. Hansell Worship
July 25, at Sheffield the Braves 7 p.m. Youth and Family Meeting 9:45 a.m. West Fork Worship
A Divison of Mid-America Publishing Corporation squeezed by Hampton Cards 2-1 Thursday, Aug. 19
in the second round games. All
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Box 36, 305 Gilman, Sheffield, Iowa 50475 three scores were recorded in the
first frame. Jeff Schoning got a Friday, Aug. 20 Pastor Ken Livingston
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1 Year, $32.00; 6 Months, $17.00; Local Area
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Official Paper of Franklin County, IA, pair of triples; Schoning and James
Saturday Mass, 5:00 p.m.
City of Sheffield, IA, and SCMT School District Miller each connected for a triple.
Aug. 7, 1980
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AUG. 12, 2010 PAGE THREE
Local News News... from
Ridge Stone Sheffield Press, Sheffield, IA
Jean Mitchell of Sarasota, Fla., was a weekend
visitor with her mother, Deone Deam and Marvin
Sheffield, Iowa Obituaries... Tim O’Brien
Named to Dean’s List
By: Ned Bohach
July 23, 24, and 25. She attended activities of her
30 year class reunion at Hampton. Friday and Here we go again, the drudgery of having, yup I
say “having” to play golf with the best in the west. Valerie Newhouse, president of Iowa Lakes
Saturday evenings she met with friends and Sunday
Well I’m not sure we’re west or east, but we are far Community College, has released the spring honors
afternoon with family. Gary, Colleen, Kyle, and list of full-time students (12 credit or more) who
Darrell Schulz camped at Beed’s Lake so Gary did from cheechako for sure. Ol General Severe lined us
up for daily inspection; he was looking for wrinkles have demonstrated academic excellence by earning
burgers on the grill in the evening. Those attending a grade point average of 3.25 (based on a 4.00) or
were the guest, Jean, Delores Bender, Sandy and in our uniforms, and spit shined shoes and gig lines.
higher. Tim O’Brien of Dougherty was named to
Craig Eckhardt from Hampton, Marvin and Deone
Oh yes sireeeee Bob we all passed, saluted and were
given the battle strategy for the day. Six companies
Reuberta the dean’s list.
Deam from Sheffield and Gary, Colleen, Kyle and of men grouped in threesomes with one four Kramer, Just Talkin’... By J.Z.
Darrell from LaPorte City.
Sunday afternoon Loretta Koenigsberg attended
thrown in were off seeking the white hanky. Three
of those groups tied with 74’s with Cliff Cameron, 91
the bridal shower for Tami Koenigsberg and Brent Duane Dorenkamp and Chuck Nolte winning on
Miller at First Grace Baptist Church in Sheffield. a tie breaker. They each won a 100% Russian gold
Also attending were her sisters, Joyce Kruger watch band, now they have to buy the Rolex to put
of Grimes, and Kim Hinton and Machaela of in it and pick it up in Moscow. Second place honors Not much room this week, so I’ll keep it brief.
Kansas City, Julie Koenigsberg, her mother and or dis-honors went to Randy Peter, Bob Kottmeier, (Bet that makes some happy!) Just busy as usual.
grandmother Shirley Hulsing of Rockwell, besides Gary Nelson and Roger Birdsall. Now right in there Busy is good! But nothing earth shattering goin’ on.
many friends and relatives. that makes four in my book and they couldn’t even I really need time to get the vacuum out . . . if not I’ll
win, oh that’s right they had Roger and Nellie on have to get out the shovel!
Dan and Lea Schoepf’s 14th grandchild was born Reuberta V. Kramer, 91, of Sheffield, died
their team. The third place company was led by Home . . . same there. Saturday we rode in
August 6, 2010. Rudy Diane Each joins Moses and Doug Siems and his squad of Rog Madsen and Bill Wednesday, August 4, 2010, at the Hampton
Johnnie in the home of Jake and Marcy Each at Rehabilitation Center. another poker run on our motorcycles. They are
Nolte and they were in the money as 1st, 3rd & 5th a lot of fun . . . and we get to meet new people.
Manchester, Iowa. were paid. Their winnings amounted to $750 each Graveside services were held Saturday, August
7, 2010 in Hillside Cemetery, Sheffield. Upon Sunday I rode my motorcycle to Marshalltown to
Jack Zimmerman attended a family get together but after General Severe’s cut they each won $2. Tom visit Lid’s sister and brother and families. Angie
Sunday in the home of Duane and Helen Lang at Severe, Dallas Slagle and Jim Saylor fired a 77 for Reuberta’s wishes she was cremated and there will
be no visitation. In lieu of flowers, memorials may and Little Lid were also there. Nic is in Mississippi
Marshalltown. Angela and Lidia Zimmerman of 4th and nuttin. Their excuses, Slagle was mowing getting processed for active duty. I haven’t done
Altoona were also guests there. The occasion was to while playing, Saylor on his cell phone keeping be directed to the Azheimers Association.
Reuberta was born on October 2, 1918, in all that much bike riding . . . but Sunday was the
visit with Anton and Janice Honczarenko and their the city running and Severe was asleep. Bob Ewers hottest day I’ve ever rode! It was even hot under
(yup dah old cop hisself) his brother Rick and Swaledale, the daughter of Charles and Addie
daughter and grandson from El Cajon, CA, and (Engebretson) Walker. She attended school in the the clouds and when I came upon a grove! I don’t
to celebrate the birthday of the Lang’s daughter, Bob Shreckengost fired a 78 and they won 5th place like riding in wind or rain . . . and I’ve added when
which entitled them to free hot dogs at Ridge Stone country school at Richland Center. She was united
Diana Baltimore of Boone. in marriage to Ralph Kramer on September 2, 1939 at it’s too hot. I didn’t think that was possible on a
for the next month, oh shuckeee-pooh that’s right bike! Anyway . . . that about does it for another
John and Jean Mollenbeck of Chenoa Ill., a cousin they don’t have hot dogs. Sorry men, maybe next Eldora. They farmed in the Sheffield area until 1960
of Marvin’s, were Saturday afternoon visitors with when they moved to Hampton and built a home. week. Be good, Kids+! It’s Showtime!
year or call Larry Olk maybe he has a Hormel one
Marvin and Deone Deam. left over! A foot note here, Bob’s first tee shot went Ralph was employed at Maytag Corp. in Hampton
ker-splash yup right into the pond 15 feet in front
of him. He said, “Shucks we ain’t got no water in
and Reuberta enjoyed her homemaker duties,
taking care of small children, and cleaning homes Meetings...
Support your local Arizona how was I to know the ball would sink.”
There always is a Beetle Bomb and who that
in the area. In 1973 they relocated to Sheffield and
during retirement enjoyed playing cards, dancing, Sheffield Care Center Board of Directors will meet
Monday, Aug. 16 at 5:00 p.m. in the EMS Building
should be but the lowest of lowest golfers, the camping and some traveling. Special trips included
visiting Cedarburg, Wisc., to see their daughter and at Sheffield.
minim, namely Norman Ook, whoops Oaks, dang,
two granddaughters and families. Sheffield Alcoholics Anonymous group meets
Olk, Barney Dougherty and let’s see who the third
Reuberta is survived by her loving husband of 71 every Tuesday a t 8:00 p.m. in Zion St. John
guy was. It just slips my mind who that was but any
years, Ralph; daughter, Dixie Lee Prevost of Grafton, Lutheran Church.
how’s they shooted, yes sireee shooted a 79, yup 79
mind you. Oh yes now I recall it Wisc.; two granddaughters,
was me. Barney fell out of the cart Michele Janasik (Gregg) of Happy
from laughing so hard at some of Cedarburg, Wisc., and Roxanne
our ugly shots, Norman curled Hanson (Greg) of Dacula, 80th
up on the ground with a gut ache Ga.; four great grandchildren,
from laughing and me, well folks Brandon, Taylor and Ryan Birthday
I cried and cried and cried it was Janasik and Michael Hanson; two
sisters, LaVera Bruns of Latimer Grandpa
so UGLY it even gave me a yeuk
sensation but only in a minim and Verda Meyer of Sheffield Louie on
stage. In all reality I firmly believe and one brother, Clyde (Bernice)
we are just late bloomers, but my Walker of Hampton. August
goodness if we aren’t bloomed by She was preceded in death by
now I think it’s way too late. her parents, 2 infant sisters; son- 20th!
I be mounting up and riding in-law, Michael Prevost, and two
out of here for this week, me brother-in-laws, Willis Meyer
destination is paradise, wherever and Edd Bruns.
that is, to me 310 Park Street. So Special thanks from the family
until me horse peters out, I bid you go to the Hampton Rehabilitation
ado, adios, and see you around Center- Womens Unit and also
like a rectangle. Why do they call Iowa Hospice for the special
it a TV set when it is only one? loving care that Reuberta
Why are “wise man” and “wise received.
guy” opposites? Remember if you Arrangements with Major
look up, then down, someone’s Erickson Funeral Home & Doug Peter
gonna say gee your dumb! Crematory, Mason City. Hampton, IA (641) 456-4767
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Sheffield Press, Sheffield, IA
10 18 Garage Sale Huge Group Multi-Family 22 Garage Sale
Garage Sale 20 21
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to ???
Huge 10 Family Friday, Aug. 13 - 12 noon to 7 p.m. 521 Sherman Street
Rummage Sale Yard Sale Friday, Aug. 13 – 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to ???
1 Saturday, Aug. 14 - 7 to 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13 - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 13 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Greimann Residence 714 Sherman St., Sheffield
Garage Sale 1104 Gilman St., Sheffield Furniture, Antiques, Prints, Boyd Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rabey Residence
Friday, Aug. 13 - 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Clark Residence Bears, Treadmill, Home Décor, Dirt 320 Borst Street, Sheffield 428 2nd Street North, Sheffield
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 12 noon Too many treasures! Antiques, Oak
Little Girls and Boys Clothes, Teen Bike, 4-Wheeler, Lots of Miscella- Lacey Residence Meints Residence
203 Maple Street, Sheffield Drop Leaf Table, Hooked Rug, Old
Girls and Boys Clothes, Maternity neous. Ladies Clothes, 1X and 2X; Teen Girls China Hutch; Older Drop Leaf Table
Retz Residence Prints, Small Bench with Iron Legs,
Clothes, Womens Clothes, Mens Clothes, 7-8 and 14-16; Girls Clothes, with Extra Leaf and 2 Chairs; Sev-
Tent, Little Tykes toy box, Home Inte- Primitive Sled, Other Home Décor.
Clothes, Toys, and Much, Much 2T to 5T; Boys Clothes, 12 months to eral Dressers; Mirrors; Women’s
rior, Rocker Recliner, Lounge Chair, More. 2 years; Holiday Decorations, Indoor Clothing, lots of 3X; Men’s Cloth-
Futon Mattress, and too many other 19 Rummage Sale and Outdoor; Village Sets, New, ing, 3X; Jeans, 44x30; Clocks; Brass
things to list! Most clothing 50¢! Friday, Aug. 13 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Extra Accessories; Cat or Dog Car- Lamps; Bedding; Throws; Comfort- 23 Garage Sale
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. rier; Kerosene Heater; Glass China ers, Sheets Twin, Queen, King; Lace Friday, Aug. 13 - 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
11 Garage Sale Cupboard; Radial Arm Saw; Router
301 N. 7th Street, Sheffield Tablecloths; 35 White Terry Hand Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 13 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Yelland Residence Table; Fishing Lures; Daycare Beds, Towels; Bath Towels; Home Interior
2 Multi-Family Saturday, Aug. 14 - 7:30-9 a.m.; Antique Rocker, Bike (like new), New; Housewares; Lots of Misc. Wall Shelves; Nick-nacks; Canning
82 Southview Circle, Sheffield
Garage Sale 12 noon to 3 p.m. Good Clothing, Lots of Miscella- Jars, Lumber 20 2x4s; Fishing Rods Household Items, Books, Toys,
Saturday, Aug. 14 only 1000 Grant St., Sheffield neous. and reels. Name-brand Clothing (Some Never
728 W. Gilman Street Schwierjohann Residence Worn!), LOTS of Miscellaneous . . .
Pralle Residence Mens Clothing, sizes 36x30 and Check it out!
7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at 1:30 p.m. 38x30; Shirts, assorted sizes; Some
everything goes 50% off; at 2:00 p.m. Womens Clothing; Complete Day-
everything left is free. Wide range bed; Antiques; Knick-Knacks; Mis-
of items for sale. Toddler and infant cellaneous. 9
boy clothes/toys, technology parts/
gear, various household items, cloth-
ing, books, etc. 12 2-Family
Garage Sale 13
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 7-10 a.m.;
3 Multi-Family Sale 12 noon – 4:30 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 13 1020 Grant St., Sheffield
12 noon to 7 p.m. Eberling Residence 17
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 12 noon Clothing, Lots of Miscellaneous.
801 S Lincoln Street, Sheffield 21
Rube Residence – (across from
Sheffield Golf Course) 13
Fresh Baked Goods, New Cash Rummage Sale
N Carry Tupperware, Little Girl Friday, Aug. 13 - 12 noon to ??? 8
Clothes, Household Items, Crafts, Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8:30 a.m. to ??? 19
Holiday Items, and So Much More! 432 N. 2nd Street, Sheffield
Girls Infant – 4T Clothes; Jr. Girls
Size 7+ up; Winter Coats; Furniture;
4 Garage Sale Curtains; TV Trays; Homemade 7
Friday, Aug. 13 - 4 to 7 p.m. Kringla; Misc.
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 12 noon
247 South 2nd Street
Boys clothes 12 months to 2T, girls 14 Multi-Family 10 16 2
clothes 5T -6X. high chair, crib, kids Garage Sale
toys, day bed frame (twin), sleigh
Friday, Aug. 13 - 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
bed frame (queen), captains bed
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 2 pm.
(twin), computer desk, misc. house-
809 Thompson Street, Sheffield
hold items, some small adult girl
clothing, shelves, futon.
DeBettignies Residence 22
Toddler Bed, Kids Table and Chairs,
Craft Items, Coffee Table, End Table,
Wooden Chairs, Lots of Miscella-
5 Rummage Sale neous. 18
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. 15
708 Maple Street 15 Garage Sale
Friday, Aug. 13 - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Men’s clothing med – CL, Women’s
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 12 noon
sm – 3X, Formal Dresses, Misc.
221 S. 2nd Street, Sheffield
Kitchen Items, Bedding and Books.
Lots of Miscellaneous.
6 Garage Sale
Saturday, Aug. 14 only 16 Garage Sale
7 a.m. to 12 noon
Friday, Aug. 13 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
505 Maple Street
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
1014 Gilman Street, Sheffield
Girls clothes, shoes, many misc.
items will include many toys includ-
48-in. Round Oak Table, Holiday
ing a Hannah Montana house and
Barbies, Buddy Holly Collector
accessories, Bratz dolls, Littlest Pet
Plate, Lots of Fire King, Costume
Shop, Polly Pockets.
Jewelry, Antique Glassware, Shoes,
Purses, Much Household Miscella-
neous. FREE Cuddly Farm Kittens.
7 Garage Sale 3
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(closed during parade) Large Group
216 N 5th Street 17
(behind house in alley)
Friday, Aug. 13 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. FRANKLIN COUNTY, IOWA
Kalkwarf-Sanitarian/Weed Commissioner; communication. Township 7) Nolte Finisher Farm #61738,
Infant to adult clothing and much Saturday, Aug. 14 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PROCEEDINGS OF THE and 3) Consider/Approve a Cigarette Permit The Board opened the meeting to public owner L&M Greenfield LLC, site located 655
misc. 428 N. 2nd Street, Sheffield BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Application for Dows Junction Travel Station for comment: Arne Anderson was present Yarrow Ave, Ackley, Sec 1, Osceola Township
Meints Residence AUGUST 2, 2010 FY10/11. All ayes. Motion carried. regarding two tile problems he has had
throughout the past years. The Board agreed
8) Roots #64058, owner Sheldon Dean, Kevin
Jurgens, & Scott Engebretson, site located 980
Tools, Fishing Rods and Reels, Yard The Board of Supervisors met in regular
session at 8:30AM with Board members
Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge,
approves the minutes of July 26, 2010. All to have Drainage Engineer, Brent Johnson- 240th St, Sheffield, Sec 9, Richland Township
Sprayer, Furniture, Clothes, Boots,
Plant Sale Benefit Shoes, Dishes, Collectables, Misc.
Corey Eberling-Chairman, Jerry L. Plagge and
Michael Nolte present.
ayes. Motion carried.
Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge,
McClure Engineering investigate both tile
problems in Drainage District #79. Drainage
9) DCM Site #63896, owner DCM Livestock
LLC, site located 1550 Dogwood Ave, Latimer,
Saturday morning, Aug. 14
8 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge,
approves the agenda as submitted with
approves the minutes of July 29, 2010. Plagge-
Clerk-Sandy Eckhardt will be asked to notify
Brent Johnson of the upcoming request. The
Sec 21, Scott Township 10) Eagle Pork 2,
#58151, owner Eagle Pork Inc, site located 483
Zion St. John Lutheran Church, Shef-
field, will be holding a plant sale.
Remember to watch additions: 1) Conversation regarding the July
29, 2010 meeting with Ahrens’s Contractors;
Further discussion was held regarding the
meeting and minutes of July 29 in which Jerry
Board will add this to the agenda for August 9,
2010 to make an official motion to hire McClure
170th St, Latimer, Sec 22, Scott Township 11)
LJDD Site #2, #64053, owner LJDD Enterprises
Engineering at that time. LLC, site located 861 140th St, Hampton, Sec
Plants available will be both indoor for pedestrians this 2) Add employee evaluation times for 9:30AM-
Jay Waddingham-County Engineer, 10:30
Plagge and Mike Nolte met with Clint Ahrens
regarding drainage issues. Chairman Eberling Committee meeting updates: North Iowa 5, Hamilton Township 12) ISO Pork Finisher
and outdoor plants and cuttings, for AM-Gabe Johanns-IT Director, 11:15 AM- indicated concerns regarding late notification Mental Health Center update on increase of Farm #65446, owner Canyon Farms LLC,
a free will donation. Money raised weekend! Micah Cutler-GIS Coordinator, 1:00 PM-Earl of the meeting and possible improvements for service fees; Access Inc., meeting update.
Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte,
site located 1161 40th St, Iowa Falls, Sec 26,
Lee Township 13) Donald Lubkeman Finisher
will fund pipes to carry water from approves a Road Closure on Raven Avenue #58615, owner Donald Lubkeman, site located
wells to villages in Tanzania, Africa.
Sheffield Sourdough Days
between 60th and 70th Streets on July 26, 2010 1890 Indigo Ave, Latimer, Sec 5, Marion
at 8:00 AM; opened July 28, 2010 at 10:00 AM. Township 14) ABM Enterprises LLC Site 1
All ayes. Motion carried. Finisher Farm #64005, owner ABM Enterprises
Parade Saturday, Aug. 14 at 10:00 a.m.
Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, LLC, site located 1551 Lark Ave, Hampton, Sec
9 Garage Sale approves a Road Closure on 80th Street from 24, Marion Township 15) LJ Unlimited LLC
Fir Avenue to Grouse Avenue on July 23, 2010 #61805, owner LJ Unlimited LLC, site located
Saturday, Aug. 14 - 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 9:30 AM; opened July 26, 2010 at 9:30 AM. 1540 180th St, Hampton, Sec 9, Mott Township
1146 Quincy/Quail Ave., Sheffield All ayes. Motion carried. 16) Lowery Site #64031, owner IL/IA LLC, site
Plagge Residence Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, located 1652 Olive Ave, Hampton, Sec 17, Mott
approves a Road Closure on Oakland Drive Township 17) Pralle 2 Finisher Farm #59261,
Lots of Miscellaneous. from Hardin Avenue to Fir Avenue on July 23, owner Elk Run Farms Inc, site located 1350
2010 at 2:30 PM; opened July 26, 2010 at 7:30 110th St, Hampton, Sec 18, Reeve Township
AM. All ayes. Motion carried. 18) Reeve Finisher Farm #64354, owner Kris
Do you Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte,
approves insurance and bonds and awards
Contract to Gus Construction Co., Casey, Iowa
Sailer, site located 981 Mallard Ave, Hampton,
Sec 19, Reeve Township 19) P&C Pork Inc
#60199, owner P&C Pork Inc, site located 961
for Project No. BRS-C035(54)—60-35, RCB 210th St, Latimer, Sec 33, Richland Township.
Culvert Replacement – Triple Box along C55 The Board recessed at 12:00 PM.
at Beaver Creek just west of S56. All ayes. The Board reconvened at 1:00 PM
Motion carried. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte,
• Envelopes The Board conducted employee evaluations approves a Cigarette Permit Application for
with the following employees at the designated Dows Junction Travel Station from July 1,
• Letterheads times: 9:30AM-Jay Waddingham-County 2010 through June 30, 2011. All ayes. Motion
Engineer, 10:30 AM-Gabe Johanns-IT Director, carried.
• Business Cards 11:15 AM-Micah Cutler-GIS Coordinator and Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte,
1:00 PM-Earl Kalkwarf-Sanitarian/Weed approves the abatement of taxes for taxes due
• Brochures Commissioner. 2010/2011 on a parcel described as the N 120’
The Board acknowledged Manure of E ½ Block 2, Harriman’s Addition to Hampton
• Note Pads Management Plan Renewals for: 1) Held in the amount of $918.00. Parcel qualified for
Finishers #58150, owner Rick & Debra Held, Disabled Veteran’s Homestead Tax Credit.
• Pamphlets site located 2034 85th St, Geneva, Sec 32, Parcel 072840400600. All ayes. Motion
Geneva Township 2) Scott Ites Site #63275, carried.
• Statements owner Scott Ites, site located 241 Olive Ave, Proposed county facility needs. Yaggy
Iowa Falls, Sec 28, Grant Township 3) Justin Colby (CRW Architect & Design) and Wagoner
• Business Forms Ites Site #62418, owner Justin Ites, site located Construction, General Contractor, requested
277 Nuthatch, Iowa Falls, Sec 29, Grant the Board’s presence at the Law Enforcement
• Advertising Township 4) Larry J Hansen #3, #61523, owner Center to ask questions regarding renovations.
Larry J Hansen LLC, site located 890 Killdeer Supervisor Eberling will meet at the Law
• 4-Color Printing Ave, Hampton, Sec 27, Hamilton Township 5) Enforcement Center to answer questions on
Baltes Finisher #61521, owner Jon & Charles Wednesday, August 4th. No action taken.
We can Baltes, site located 1407 Vine Ave, Hampton,
Sec 27, Ingham Township 6) Vernon Meinberg
Finisher #58710, owner Vernon Meinberg,
Motion by Plagge, seconded Eberling,
approves payment of drainage claims as
submitted by Clint Ahrens according to
site located 1486 Raven Ave, Sec 26, Mott documentation provided. Invoice to pay are:
Invoice Drainage District Work Completed Amount to Pay
2054 79, Div 3 07/10/09 648.50
2055 34, Lat 1 06/08/09 771.00
2056 32 07/03/08 872.50
The Sheffield 2057
48, Lat 3
34, Lat 30
2060 79 07/09/08 490.00
2061 79 10/10/08 1337.00
2062 32 07/29/08 482.00
2063 Sub 1-6 09/22/08 445.00
Phone/Fax 641-892-4636 2064 30, Lat 5 04/17/08 632.50
2065 32 02/05/08 845.00
P.O. Box 36, 305 Gilman 2066 32 11/15/07 658.50
2067 32 11/28/05 192.50
SHEFFIELD, Iowa All ayes. Motion carried. ATTEST: ________________________
50475-0036 Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, Michelle S. Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to
adjourns at 3:35 PM, until August 5, 2010. All Board
email@example.com ayes. Motion carried. Published in The Sheffield Press on
Corey Eberling, Chairman Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010
AUG. 12, 2010 PAGE FIVE
Sheffield Press, Sheffield, IA
IN SEASON Aug. 12 through Aug. 18
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Aug. 6, 2010, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. 30-5pd Motor Route, 2 Belmond Routes. Contact Friday ~ Spaghetti KLMJ Last Chance Thursday, Aug. 12
John, 641-421-0503. 31-2pd(G)
• New - Dolls
Saturday ~ CLOSED
FOR SALE – Building Lot at corner
• New - Sofa Sets Aug. 13 to Aug. 19
of Third and Gilman, Sheffield. Formerly
The Peppermint Inn. Phone 1-909-886-
HAMBALL • Used - Fruit Jars $3.99 a dozen Monday ~ Chicken and “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”
8437. Chuck Towle, 904 W. Edgehill Road,
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Sunday, Aug. 15, at First United • Used - LP Gas Stove $59.95 Dumplings Rated PG
Starring: Nicholas Cage and Jay Baruchel
FOR SALE – The City of Sheffield,
Methodist Church, Sheffield • Used - Placemats Tuesday ~ BBQ Roast Beef
Serving at 12:00 Noon. Hamballs, Friday, 7:30 & 10:00 • Saturday, 7:30 &10:00
Iowa has for the sale the following: A. • Used - Blankets
Wednesday ~ Goulash
Cheesy Potatoes, Assorted Salads, Rolls, Sunday, 1:00 & 7:30 • Monday through Thursday, 7:30
1973 International 7700 Loadstar 4.5 Brownies Sundaes, Beverage. Adults,
ton gasoline dump truck, hydraulic lift • Used -Cookware Adults $4.00 Students, 16 and under: $3.00
$7.00; Children 6-10, $3.00; Pre-school,
box, snow plow mounting frame with Free. 31-2tb • Used - Sofas Special Ticket Prices: Senior Sundays, 50 Years Plus: $2.00
hydraulic lift. B. 1985 GMS 7000 diesel 5.0 Soft Serve Ice Cream Twofer Tuesdays, All Tickets: $2.00, plus $2.00 for small soda & popcorn
ton dumptruck (former state truck), snow FOR RENT – 1 & 2 BR apartments • Used - Recliners For More Information, see our website at www.windsortheatre.com
plow mounting frame with hydraulic for rent in Coulter, $280 & $330. Call
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with belly mower, 3 point hitch. Sealed
bids will be accepted at Sheffield City
now. 32-2pd(H) OPEN: Wednesday, ROAST BEEF DINNER
Dr. Eric J. Wagner
Family Dentistry Practice
Hall (110 South 3rd Street, Sheffield, Iowa) FOR SALE - $149,900-3BR, 2BA Thursday, and Friday also served each day, Offices in Sheffield and Hampton
until 5:00 p.m. September 10, 2010. 31-6tb home with FPLC located in quiet
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. along with short Phone 641-892-4898 or 641-456-2625
neighborhood. Many recent updates.
FOR SALE – 205 Elm Street, Owners relocating-call 456-2415 or 319-
Thornton. BEAUTIFUL stone fireplace, 239-1129 for details/showing. 32-2pd(H) desserts.
vaulted ceilings, main floor laundry! Phone 641-892-4137
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Preferred 877-243-8221 31-2tb STACK weight system, offer a unique
selection of weight stations. PRO.FORM Sheffield, Iowa 50475 Ph 641-892-4320 • Sheffield
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Newer siding, insulation, doors, adjusting features, can be folded. Phone
windows, shingles, electrical service ad
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