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Take a break
20th annual
Coffee Break If You Go
festival is Aug. 19 What: 20th annual
Coffee Break festival
When: 9a.m. to 3p.m.
AMBER LEVENHAGEN Saturday, Aug. 19
Unified Newspaper Group Where: Mandt Park,
801 S. Fourth St.
The tradition dates back
to the late 1800s.
Though Stoughtons events/details/stough-
celebration of a daily cup ton-coffee-break-festi-
of coffee during a work val-1029
break only dates to 20
years ago, the practice
itself is said to have orig- others from Milwaukee,
inated in 1871 on Coffee Madison and Watertown.
Street. And on Aug. 19, Malabar Coast, Cheesers
Stoughton will again cel- and Back to the Bean are
ebrate that history. some of the locals partic-
The festival runs from ipating in the Brew-Off.
9a.m. to 3p.m. at Mandt A $15 hand-made col-
Park, 801 S. Fourth St., lectors mug, featuring a
Photo by Amber Levenhagen and is free to attend. All design by Ester Urquhart,
The Landmarks Commission will hold a public hearing and vote Aug. 10 to decide whether to designate the Highway Trailer of the events will be held is also available.
building a Local Landmark. in the grandstand. Either of the sampling

Trailer decision looms

A $6 Conant Automo- mugs will allow attendees
tive tasting mug is avail- to vote on their favorite
able to sample coffee coffee, with the winner
from the Brew-Off fea-
turing local roasters and Turn to Coffee/Page 5
Commission to hold public If, as expected, the commission votes
in favor of the proposal, it would go
If You Go
Opera House ready
hearing on Highway Trailer before the Common Council for final
approval. The council on July 25 voted What: Landmarks Commission
building Thursday 8-3 to go on record in support of the des- public hearing on Highway Trailer
ignation. building

for new season

If a building is designated a Local
Unified Newspaper Group Landmark, it cannot be demolished, per When: 7p.m. Thursday, Aug. 10
city ordinance. Where: Council chambers in Public
A disagreement over whether to pre- The question of what to do with the Safety Building, 321 S. Fourth St.,
serve the Highway Trailer building building which is actually a complex second level
Ray Wylie Hubbard, and
on East South Street could be settled
tonight, when the Stoughton Landmarks
of six buildings on a 9.2-acre site in the More info: Zoning Administrator, First show is Sept. 16 the folk duo Penny and
citys 12-acre riverfront redevelopment 646-0421
Commission conducts a public hearing Sparrow quietly and har-
on a proposal to designate it a Local BILL LIVICK moniously close out the
Turn to Landmark/Page 11 Unified Newspaper Group week on Saturday, Sept.
Americana, bluegrass, Tickets for the season

Summer education
folk and country those go on sale to the general
are the bedrock sounds of public Monday, Aug. 21.
a season at the Stoughton (Members of the Opera
Opera House. House got a chance to buy
Stoughton students visit Washington D.C. and Germany In the upcoming 2017-
18 season, which begins
tickets two weeks before
the general public.)
Sept. 16, music lovers Because the Opera
SCOTT DE LARUELLE sometimes scary lessons That was a particularly have that connection to will find those genres House is a relatively small
Unified Newspaper Group to be learned. emotional day for us, she Germany now. along with some more venue at about 475 seats,
River Bluff Middle said. obscure sounds, as the most popular perform-
Even though the school School eighth grade social Also heading out to Keep calm and carry on Opera House director Bill ers tend to sell out quick-
year ended in early June for studies teachers Jennifer explore the world after the Other sites the D.C. Brehm put it. ly.
Stoughton Area School Dis- Kolberg and Kyle Freund end of the school year was group visited included T h e fi r s t f u l l w e e k One thing that stands
trict students, the learning took 25 freshmen-to-be to Stoughton High School Mount Vernon, the Jeffer- of the new season, for out about the 2017-18
for many continued into the the nations capital from German teacher Stephanie son Memorial, Dr. Martin example, brings an Ice- season is the number of
summer. June 13-16. Kolberg said a Krenz and around 20 of her Luther King, Jr. National landic techno-folk artist returning artists. About
Not long after the final highlight for her was visit- students, who visited the Memorial, World War II one night (Asgeir) and a two-thirds of the sched-
bell rang, two groups of ing the new National Muse- country for three weeks. Memorial, Iwo Jima Marine female duo from Iceland ule includes perform-
students and teachers head- um of African American Everything they learn Memorial, September 11th and Sweden (My Bubba) ers whove previously
ed out on separate trips to History and Culture, as well after the trip is put into Pentagon Memorial, Lin- the following night. A appeared on the venues
Washington, D.C. and Ger- as the United States Holo- more of a context for them, coln Memorial, Vietnam third night of music that intimate stage.
many, where there were caust Memorial Museum she told the Hub. Its more week brings a journeyman Its always tough to
plenty of interesting and later that same day. meaningful because they Turn to Trips/Page 2 troubadour from Texas,
Turn to Opera/Page 3

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Trips: Students get opportunity to travel with school trips during summer break
Continued from page 1 fully understand the scope The statues were a lot Munich, where they stayed
of the event or maybe some bigger than I thought they for several days, sight-
Memorial, White House, felt safe because of all of would be, he told the seeing, before heading
Arlington National Ceme- the security measures they Hub in an email. I also to Greven, located in the
tery, Capitol building, Fords saw (and experienced) all thought there were only a northwest part of the coun-
Theater and the National around the city. few monuments and muse- try.
Archives. Student Stephen Krcma ums, mainly the ones we Other than a few day
It was a lot to do, and said he was kind of ner- learned about in school, but trips, for the next two
made for a busy sched- vous upon hearing the there were many we had not weeks the students spent
ule. But while the group news. learned about. time with their host families
had plenty to see and do, Everybody started and shadowing their Ger-
they might best remember talking about it, and some Germany trip man colleagues at school,
the trip for something that people were pretty nervous Krenz and 20 of her stu- which was still in session
wasnt on the itinerary. about it, but I knew security dents participated in the before their summer break.
On Thursday, June 14, was tight, so I knew it was GAAP exchange program The trip concluded with a
Kolberg said the group was going to be fine, he said. with their sister school in three-day trip to Berlin for
sitting in the hotel lobby Lafayette Park was com- Greven, Germany. more sightseeing before
waiting for the bus when pletely blocked off because The two schools start- returning home.
one of the students got a of that. But all the security ed the exchange program Krenz said the opportu-
text from her dad. A shoot- cleared up the next day. in 2011, and every other nity to spend time with a
ing had just taken place at For Krcma, who was year, SHS students travel to host family and to immerse
the site of a congressional outside the Stoughton area Germany to stay with host themselves in the culture
baseball practice in nearby and on an airplane for the families of similar-aged is an experience that will
Alexandria, Va., wounding first time, it was exciting to students, who in turn visit greatly benefit students.
Congressman Steve Scalise see places he had only read Stoughton in the fall. The Ive seen already their
and several others. about. program is in high demand (language) capabilities
Kolberg sent a text mes- (Reading about it) not around 50 students increase tremendously, she
sage to parents and guard- the same as seeing it in per- (mainly juniors and seniors) said. As a teacher I can
Photos submitted
i a n s t o l e t t h e m k n ow son, he said. My favorite applied for the 20 spots. only give them 50 minutes a
everything was OK, and was the 9/11 memorial at Its a really competitive day in Germany, its the Kate Elliott and Rachel Foldy pose in front of the United
they went about their trip. the Pentagon, that was real- program to get into, and a whole day every day, every- States Capitol.
The incident delayed their ly powerful to see they pretty well-organized sys- thing they hear on the radio,
visit to the White House by have a bench for each per- tem so its a big motivator everything they hear on TV.
a day, but that was it. son that died there. It was a for students, she told the Its a lot different than just
Strangely, it didnt affect different way to see history. Hub last week. I know going with your family and
our trip much at all, things the people there very, very staying at a hotel.
went on business as usu- Student Nick Hull said well. Its really a great part-
al, she said. If the kids he went on the trip because nership. Email Unified Newspaper
were nervous or scared, it sounded like a lot of fun The group was in Ger- Group reporter Scott De
they didnt show it. May- to go on. He wasnt disap- many from June 12 through Laruelle at scott.delaruelle@
be some of them didnt pointed. July 3. They started off in

From left, Aidan Oliver and Tristian Anderson view the Viet-
nam Memorial wall. Oliver is taking a picture of the name of
someone his family knew.
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Main St. demolition returns to commission
Unified Newspaper Group
On the agenda
A plan to demolish a
building on the 300 block Stoughton Hospital garage addition
of East Main Street is
back this month at the Associated Bank parking lot reconstruction
City of Stoughton Plan- School district canopy addition
ning Commission meet-
ing. Pick N Save vestibule addition
Property owners Amy
Photo by Amber Levenhagen and Dennis Kittleson 315 Main St. landscaping plan
New benches were recently installed at Rotary Park. are seeking approval for

City finally installs

the third time of a land-
scaping plan that would
replace the building at 315 the building before it can communicate how this
E. Main St. be taken down. The Kit- is better economically,
The building sits in a tlesons have proposed commissioner Todd Bar-

benches at Rotary Park

historic area, and its con- landscape plans at the man said at the July 10
troversial demolition plan last two Planning Com- meeting.
has been returning to the mission meetings and are The meeting is set to
commission since the Jan- seeking approval of their begin at 6p.m. in the
BILL LIVICK was almost twice as much, only four of them with the uary meeting when the third Monday. The previ- Council Chambers on the
Unified Newspaper Group Lynch told the Hub. funds available. property owners first pro- ous plans were rejected second floor of the Public
He ordered the benches in Were happy with what we posed demolition. because the commission Safety Building, 321 S.
Tom Lynch, director of the March, but when they arrived have, he said. They came Demolition was said they were not detailed Fourth St.
citys Parks and Recreation April 12 they were damaged. in boxes and we put them approved in April, but it enough.
department, was starting to Lynch contacted the com- together. requires a detailed land- We needed to see how Contact Amber Leven-
wonder what it would take to pany Global Equipment Meanwhile, the fire depart- scape plan for the vacant the plan has economic hagen at amber.levenha-
get new benches for Rotary Company explained the ment continued to want metal lot that would replace advantage to it, it doesnt
Park. problem, and waited for them benches and is in the process
He and the Stoughton Rota- to pick up the damaged goods of looking for some.
ry Club had a plan to order and deliver new ones. The fire department decid-
and install 10 benches in
the park, where the Gazebo
Musikk series and the Cat-
That scenario played out
two more times in ear-
ly May and mid-June and
ed to go on their own, Lynch
said. They really wanted to
stay with metal.
Dunkirk explores lowering speeds
fish River Music Festival take before Lynch finally gave up So instead of 10 new 45 mph limit sought residents. cases, the ones who have
place each summer. and decided to go with anoth- benches in the park, there are The speed limit has very strong opinions are
The club was planning to er company. only four at the moment. for all town roads been a point of discussion letting us know, she said.
pay for seven benches, and They package them OK, Lynch said the four bench- for the past several town The topic was on the
the fire department was going but they load them with a es were placed on concrete SCOTT DE LARUELLE board meetings. All com- agenda for Monday
to pay for the other three. bunch of other stuff, and they pads last week, with plans Unified Newspaper Group ments should be emailed nights board meeting.
Lynch shopped online get loaded and unloaded on to add more when funds are to townofdunkirk@att. The boards next meeting
and found what he thought pallets repeatedly, Lynch available. He said the Rotary Looking to increase net. So far, the town has is 7p.m. Monday, Aug.
was a great deal. The heavy, explained. I think because Club also paid for two plant- safety, Town of Dunkirk received a fair amount 21.
wrought-iron benches were theyre so heavy, they get ers and two trash containers officials are considering of responses, but not
$363 each, compared to $780 banged up a lot. as it continues to invest in the lowering the speed lim- nearly the amount we Email Unified Newspaper
per bench for something simi- He ended up ordering more park. it on all town roads to 45 would like to hear from, Group reporter Scott De
lar from another source. expensive plastic compos- Contact Bill Livick at bill. miles per hour, and they said town clerk Melanie Laruelle at scott.
To get the same kind of ite benches, which cost $655 are looking for input from Huchthausen.
bench from another company each. But Lynch could order As is usual in these

Opera: Intimate venue provides consistent source of quality entertainment

Continued from page 1 them all. They range from the Wynonna Judd & the Big balance the need for an eclec-

decide whether to bring peo-

renowned guitarist Richard
Thompson (whos doing two
Hes most excited about
tic schedule with the kinds of
shows that have worked in
2017-18 season tickets
ple back, Brehm said. A solo shows in November) the British-born guitarist the past and hopes the pub-
lot of times well get people to country music stars Mar- Richard Thompson return- lic will respond. Tickets for the general public go on sale Aug. 21
requesting shows that had ty Stuart and Junior Brown ing. He puts on a phenome- Its like planning a par- To buy tickets, visit the Opera House
sold out. to Grammy Award-winner nal show, Brehm said. Hes ty and not knowing whos
Weve established some Rosanne Cash to the New just fantastic. going to show up, Brehm box office, 381 E. Main St.; order online at
traditions here, he added, Orleans R&B group The But Brehm and his staff said of booking the season.; or call 877-4400.
and its nice to see some of Subdudes. at the Opera House are also For us, the year never slows
the more popular artists com- Cajun masters BeauSo- bringing nearly 20 first-time down until January. A lot of
ing back year after year. leil avec Michael Doucet performers to the venue, people think the winter is
One of the first musicians return in March, and the fol- including Wynonna and her a slow period of time at the
who helped forge that tra- lowing month Asleep at the band, roots singer-songwriter Opera house, but were still
dition is Wisconsin sing-
er-songwriter Willie Porter,
Wheel blends Americana and
country music into a sound
Mary Gauthier, Americana
music standout Jim Lauder-
busy booking and market-
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AUGUST 10-11 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
whos been playing at the theyve refined over the past dale, and newgrass mando- shows.
Opera House since before its 47 years. lin legend Sam Bush. Contact Bill Livick at bill. AUGUST 12 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
grand re-opening in 2001. If traditional music is Brehm said he tries to
He returns with Carmen
Nickerson on Saturday, Oct.
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Letters to the editor

Using public funds to save

house is irresponsible
I noticed that the preserva- eventually it cant get kicked
tion-minded council now has down the road.
three buildings/complexes that it There is the new public works
wants to preserve: the old high building to pay for coming right
school, the corner building next up. If future use and costs have
to Dennis Kittlesons print shop been part of the discussions, it
and now the old Highway Trail- has not been reflected in the pag-
ers set. es of the paper.
Nowhere does there seem to Its great to save Stoughtons
be a plan on what might happen historic buildings but without a
to them if restored, and more possible use for the buildings,
importantly, how to pay for it? then they have no future. Using
I worked for the Wisconsin public funds to maintain the
Historical Society for decades buildings in the hope that some-
and have been part of the Histor- one will come along and save
ic Cooksville Trust, so I get it. them is irresponsible.
It being the idea that commu-
nities should save their most James P. Danky
important buildings but the total Town of Dunkirk
bill here will be so large that

Letters to the editor policy

Community Voices

Mayor position needs

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Letters should be no longer rather than promotional interests.

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printed under any circumstances. have their voices heard. tion bureaucrat/poli- Others wanted to support Olson, what you pay for. Administrators
Letters to the editor should be of tician who is willing despite the plan not actually are expensive for a reason.
general public interest. Letters that This policy will be printed from to have his or her life revolve threatening her job. Some just Lets take a quick poll. How
urge readers to patronize specif- time to time in an abbreviated around the City of Stoughton, wanted to keep things they way many people can you think of
ic businesses or specific religious form here and will be posted in its take loads of criticism and be theyd been, even though they in any city, anywhere who are
faiths will not be printed, either. entirety on our websites. prepared to lose a livelihood hadnt been that way very long. unemployed, underemployed or
based on popularity. Ultimately, all the initiatives willing to leave their jobs but
Should be easy to find, right? went away, and only one (reduc- also have the skills to lead sever-
With Mayor ing the number of alders from 12 al department heads in a govern-
Donna Olson to 8) has ever been brought up ment setting? Not many, Ill bet.
announcing again seriously. Now add the personality and
her retirement Well, now is the time. experience that matches Stough-
Thursday, August 10, 2017 Vol. 136, No. 3 effective after The council is ideologically ton, with the knowledge to keep
the 2018 may- split, so nobody is going to be the city at its best. The list gets
USPS No. 1049-0655 oral elections, able to usher in someone who smaller.
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Lee Borkowski Carolyn Schultz And that is why alders should no doubt. It probably would cost get everyone on board and then immediately begin the process twice as much to get a good one. implement it yourself.
Sales Manager News of evaluating whether to reform But it could also pay off. If theres one person in Dane
Kathy Neumeister Jim Ferolie their system of government. For For one thing, an adminis- County who is the right fit for the first time, they have a perfect trator with some skill at either this, well be lucky. If its a
opportunity to do so, with eight finance or economic develop- Stoughton resident, it would be
Advertising months lead time. ment could help Stoughtons a miracle.
Catherine Stang Jeremy Jones
Six years ago, my first column finance director/economic devel- And that, of course, means for the Hub jumped on an exist- opment director better separate theres not really a choice for
Classifieds Assistant Editor ing effort to rework the citys her duties. Thats yet another voters. Its almost certainly a
Diane Beaman Scott Girard government, adding an admin- poorly constructed position, pit- choice between incompetency in istrator, reducing the number of ting forces of risk and risk aver- one area or another. And nobody
Reporters alders and possibly limiting the sion into one person. wants that.
Inside Sales mayors role to a stipend posi- Even if that change didnt
Samantha Christian, Bill Livick,
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Correction and clarification

An article in last weeks Hub incorrectly reported that Mayor Donna Olson had once worked as city
clerk. She worked in the clerks office but was not the clerk. We regret the error.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES The same article reported that Redevelopment Authority chair Peter Sveum is stepping down from that
One Year in Dane Co. & Rock Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37 position and has accepted a position with the Wisconsin Realtors Association. In an email, Sveum clar-
ified that its a voluntary leadership position and not a new job. He also said he decided to step down as
One Year Elsewhere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45 RDA chair because the person the RDA tapped as master developer for the riverfront redevelopment proj-
Stoughton Courier Hub ect had withdrawn from the project, not because the Common Council supports restoring the Highway
Oregon Observer Verona Press Trailer building, as suggested in the story. August 10, 2017 Stoughton Courier Hub 5
Stuff the Bus is Aug. 12
many needy families there
Fundraiser will are, he wrote in an email
support SASD to the Hub. Many teachers If You Go
nowadays spend quite a bit
of their own money to help What: Stuff the Bus
AMBER LEVENHAGEN make sure needy students When: 8a.m. to 4p.m.
Unified Newspaper Group dont fall behind. Saturday, Aug. 12
Stuff the Bus is a way for
the Lions and Lioness Clubs Where: Wal-Mart and
The Stoughton Lions and
to change that. Walgreens parking lot
Lioness Clubs have teamed
up with the Stoughton Area Now until the day of the Info: mike.niedfeldt@
School District to stuff the event, Walgreens, Stoughton
bus for an annual school Hospital and both McFarland
fundraiser. State Bank locations have
Stuff the Bus asks resi- early drop off containers will sort and unpack the sup-
dents to donate school sup- accepting supplies. plies. More than $5,000 in
plies and books from 8a.m. All donations are wel- monetary donations and sup-
to 4p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, come, but specific lists of plies were collected last year.
at the Wal-Mart and Wal- needed supplies are available The donated school sup-
greens parking lots. The bus at the collection containers. plies and books will make a Photo by Amber Levenhagen
will be located at Wal-Mart. On Saturday, Lions and difference in the lives of our The Stuff the Bus event will collect school supplies to donate to the Stoughton Area School
Mike Niedfeldt, a member Lioness Club volunteers will local children and will give District on Aug. 12 at the Stoughton Wal-Mart and Walgreens locations.
of the Stoughton Lions Club, be at each of the Wal-Mart them supplies they need to be
is the project chairperson for entrances and in front of successful in school, Nied-
the second year. Walgreens with tables and feldt said. On the Web How to help
I have to admit that school supply lists to help For more information,
before I chaired last years direct those shopping for email Niedfeldt at mike.nied- To find the school district supply There will be locations throughout Stoughton to donate
event, I was not all that aware supplies or donating directly. lists, visit:
of just how many children When full, the boxes will supplies directly, but checks are also accepted. They can be sent to the Stoughton Lions Club, 2364 Jackson St.,
do not have adequate school be delivered to the bus and at Contact Amber Levenha-
4p.m. a bus driver will take gen at amber.levenhagen@ cfm?p=1423 Box 184.
supplies when starting a new
school year, and just how the bus to the Administration
Building where volunteers

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Stoughton Antique Mall
Bean shows James Hardin
the different types of beans
Flea Market
theyre using to make their Coffee Break Sat., Aug. 19, 9 am-3pm
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Be a Vendor at our Flea Market!
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Coffee: Bean spitting contest, car show return

Continued from page 1 arts and craft vendors and The event last year was open
the pork roast, but there are to tractors, vintage camp-
receiving the Roaster of some differences. ers and vintage cars like ON HIGHWAY 69N IN BELLEVILLE
The Viking Booster Trek the 1928 Ford Model A that


the Year award.
The pork roast has a $5 5K run and walk, previous- won best antique last year
meal deal that includes a ly called the Java Jog, will but Suess said that it is
sandwich, coleslaw and begin at 9a.m. at the Mandt completely open this year.
chips. The stand will also Park baseball diamond. The Registration is $10 and
have drinks for sale and the Chamber partnered with the the form can be found on the GEAR TO KNOCK OUT THE SEASONS LAST HEAT

75 OFF
beer garden will be open at high school Booster Club to chamber website.
11a.m. hold the annual Booster race Stoughton Kiwanis will

The Rotary food truck at the festival, so the cham- hold its bean spitting con-
will also be at the park. ber is no longer sponsoring test from 11a.m. to 1p.m.
All within the grand- its own event. This is a free event, but there

stands, arts and craft ven- Were excited to part- will be a donation box in
dors will have some direct ner with them, coordinator which all proceeds goes to
Tricia Suess told the Hub. the food pantry.

sales like Tupperware, Lu
La Roe and Mary K in addi- Hopefully runners can fuel There are four categories:
tion to local artists. More up with some coffee at the Adult Male, Adult Female,
vendors are signing up, but festival. 10 and under, and 12-16
Simple Soaps by Sarah and Registration is $15 and year olds. The winner of
Full Moon Farm are among ends Aug. 15 at midnight. each category gets a T-shirt.
the vendors signed up so far. Registration information can Each participant will com-


be found at stoughtonsports- pete with three beans to see
Traditions return who can spit the farthest.
Most events are return- The Cup O Joe car show For more information, vis-
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The Hub reported on the establishment of the coffee break in the May 18, 1963, edition, with
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an article by Rolfe Hanson titled The Coffee Break Originated on Coffee Street in Stoughton. Near Burresons Foods 608-424-1227
Hanson reported that many Norwegians came to Stoughton between 1850 and 1880 to Overstocks, catalog returns and seconds in mens and
womens clothing, footwear, tools and other gear
farm and work at the Mandt wagon factory, near the railroad tracks on what was previously
called Coffee Street.
The Norwegian women who lived on Coffee Street were called to work with Osmund Gun- MON - WED THU - SAT SUN
9am - 6pm 9am - 8pm 11am - 5pm
derson at the nearby tobacco warehouse, under the condition that they would be able to visit
their homes to have a cup of coffee and check on their families throughout the day, at 10a.m.
*Offer valid t hrough Augus t 13, 2017. Offer valid at Belleville, Oshkosh and Red Wing Out lets only, during normal business hours. Offer no t valid in our
and 3p.m. This led to the establishment of the coffee break, Hanson reported. other ret ail stores. Not valid on prior purchases, phone or mail orders, or on Dulut All sales final.
6 August 10, 2017 Stoughton Courier Hub

Coming up Community calendar

Gazebo Musikk Free Culvers sundaes will be avail- available after 5 p.m. The game night is Thursday, August 10
able at 6:30 p.m. followed at 7 p.m. open to everyone, including non-mem- 6-7:30 p.m., Gazebo Musikk presents Distant Cuz-
Distant Cuzins will perform for the with a show by Michelles Magical bers. Bingo nights will continue on ins, Rotary Park, Rotary Park Gazebo, 401 E. Main
next Gazebo Musikk series from 6-7:30 Poodles from Florida. the third Saturday of each month. The St.,
p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, at the Rotary The show will present how to teach a Mandt Lodge is handicapped accessible 6:30 p.m., Thursdays With Murder: The Spy Who
Park Gazebo, 324 S. Sixth St. dog to jump through a hoop, fetch and with a lift located on the south side of Came in From the Cold by John Le Carre, library, 873-
Originating from Oregon, Distant retrieve and dance. They will also dis- the building. Donations for the Stough- 6281
Cuzins is a high-energy band special- cuss responsible dog ownership and pet ton Food Pantry are encouraged.
izing in the classic rock from the 70s, Friday, August 11
safety. No registration is required. For information, call Kim Sime 873-
80s and 90s. The band earned runner-up For information, visit 8781. 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Stoughton Farmers Market, Stough-
for the 2015 Les Paul Launchpad award ton Plaza, 1050 W. Main St.,
and this year was named the first place ROHS Afternoon trip market
winner of Rockonsin, both competitions R Olde House Society (ROHS) will The Sons of Norway Mandt Lodge 9:30 a.m., Lemonade with Mayor Donna Olson,
for best high school garage bands. The hold its next meeting at 7 p.m. Thurs- will offer A Day on the Prairie after- senior center, 873-8585
Lowdown will perform Thursday, Aug. day, Aug. 17, at Stoughton Utilities noon trip starting at noon Saturday, 9:30 a.m., Library story time, library, 873-6281
17. office, 600 S. Fourth St. August 19, to the Koshkonong area to 1 p.m., Friday movie: Beauty and the Beast, senior
Bring your lawn chairs or blankets Stoughton Utilities director Bob Kar- learn about the churches, the museum center, 873-8585
for the free concert; beer and wine are dasz will host the meeting and give a and the history of the immigration to
permitted, but no glasses. Saturday, August 12
tour of the Power House Number One that area. 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Stoughton Community Farm-
For information, visit across the street. Kardasz will give a The schedule is as follows: Noon-
gazebomusikk. ers Market, Forrest Street (North of Main St.), stough-
tour of the current facility and discuss Leave Sons of Norway Mandt Lodge
Zombie apocalypse its history, which occupies an old tobac- for those who want to caravan over or 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Stoughton Historical Society Muse-
co warehouse next to the river. who need a ride. 12:15 p.m. - Meet at um open, 324 S. Page St., 873-1943
Teens entering 6th grade are invited The ROHS is a group of people pre- West Koshkonong Church (1911 Kos-
to help fight zombies at the library from serving Stoughtons treasures, one hkonong Road, Stoughton). 1:30 p.m. Monday, August 14
6-8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 11. house at a time. Attendees are asked to - Leave West Koshkonong and travel 7 p.m.,Stoughton School Board meeting, SASD
Registration is required and snacks bring a treat to share and their non-alco- over to East Koshkonong Churches Administration Building, 320 North St., 877-5000
will be provided. holic beverage of choice. (454 East Koshkonong Road, Cam-
Visit the Adult Services Desk or call For more information contact bridge). Stop at historic monument Tuesday, August 15
the library to register and pick up a par- near the church before heading to Cam- 11 a.m., Cornhole/bean bags, senior center, 873-
ent permission slip. bridge. 3 p.m. - Leave for Koshkonong 8585
For information, call 873-6281. BINGO Prairie Historical Society Library and 1 p.m., Exerstride Nordic walking presentation,
Library program finale The Sons of Norway Mandt Lodge Museum and 1906 Cambridge School senior center, 873-8585
will host a bingo night at 6 p.m., Sat- (211 South Street, Cambridge). 5 p.m.- 6:30-7:45 p.m., Summer library program finale,
Visit Christ Lutheran Church, 700 urday Aug. 19 at the lodge, located at Travel back to Stoughton for bingo and/ Christ Lutheran Church, 700 Cty, Road B,
Cty Road B, to celebrate the end of the 317 S. Page Street. Anyone under 18 or meet for dinner on the way home.
library summer reading program, from years of age must have an adult family Wednesday, August 16
For information, email Darlene Arne-
6:30-7:45 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15. son at 12:45 p.m., Summer pontoon boat ride ($6), Tenney
member present to play. Food will be Boat Pier, 1615 Sherman Ave., 873-8585
Thursday, August 17
1-5 p.m., Personal Essentials Pantry, 343 E. Main St.,
Bahai Faith Covenant Lutheran Church Seventh Day Baptist
For information: Alfred Skerpan, 877-0911 1525 N. Van Buren St., Stoughton 873-7494 Church of Albion 3 p.m., Bluetooth and Wireless Direct Connections
or Gail and Greg Gagnon, 873-9225 616 Albion Rd., Edgerton class, senior center, 873-8585 Stoughton study classes. Saturday: 5:30 p.m. Worship 561-7450 6-7:30 p.m., Gazebo Musikk presents The Lowdown,
Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship Rotary Park, Rotary Park Gazebo, 401 E. Main St.,
Bible Baptist Church Worship Saturday 11- Sabbath School 10
2095 Hwy. W, Utica Ezra Church Fellowship Meal follows service on first Sabbath
873-7077 423-3033 515 E. Main St., Stoughton 834-9050 7 p.m., R Olde House Society meeting, Stoughton
Sunday: 10 a.m. - Worship; 6 p.m. - Worship Stoughton Baptist Church Utilities office, 600 S. Fourth St., rohstoughton@gmail.
Sunday:10 a.m. Corner of Williams Dr. & Cty. B, Stoughton com
Christ Lutheran Church 873-6517 Friday, August 18
700 Hwy. B, Stoughton First Lutheran Church Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - Worship;
873-9353 e-mail: 310 E. Washington, Stoughton 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Stoughton Farmers Market, Stough-
6 p.m. - Evening Service
Summer worship times: 873-7761 ton Plaza, 1050 W. Main St.,
5:30 p.m. Saturday; 9 a.m. Sunday Sunday: 8:30 & 10 a.m. worship St. Ann Catholic Church market
Christ the King Community Fulton Church
323 N. Van Buren St., Stoughton Saturday, August 19
873-6448 873-7633
Church 9209 Fulton St., Edgerton Weekday Mass: Nazareth House
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Stoughton Community Farm-
401 W. Main St., Stoughton 877-0303 884-8512 and St. Anns Church
ers Market, Forrest Street (North of Main St.), stough- Sunday: 10 a.m. - Worship Sunday: 8 and 10:30 a.m. Worship Services Weekend Mass: Saturday - 5:15 p.m.;
Coffee Fellowship: 9 a.m. Sunday - 8 and 10:30 a.m. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Stoughton Historical Society Muse-
Christian Assembly Church Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. um open, 324 S. Page St., 873-1943
1844 Williams Drive, Stoughton 873-9106 Varsity (High Schoolers): 12-3 p.m. United Methodist of Stoughton 6 p.m., Bingo (food available at 5 p.m.), Sons of Nor-
Saturday: 6 p.m. worship; Sunday: 10 a.m. AWANA (age 2-middle school): 3-5 p.m. 525 Lincoln Avenue, Stoughton
way-Mandt Lodge, 317 South Page St., 873-7209
Good Shepherd By The Lake Monday, August 21
The Church of Jesus Christ Lutheran Church Sunday: 8 a.m. - Short Service; 7 p.m., Town of Dunkirk Board meeting, Town Hall,
of Latter-day Saints 1860 Hwy. 51 at Lake Kegonsa, Stoughton 10 a.m. - Full Worship 654 Cty. Road N (first and third Mondays of each
825 S. Van Buren, Stoughton 873-5924 month)
877-0439 Missionaries 957-3930 Sunday Worship: 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. West Koshkonong Lutheran Church
Sunday: 9 a.m. Sunday school and Primary Adult Bible Study: 9:15-9:45 a.m. 1911 Koshkonong, Stoughton Wednesday, August 23
Cooksville Lutheran Church
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - Worship 12-1 p.m., Center Summer Picnic ($5, reserve by
LakeView Church Aug. 21), senior center, 873-8585
11927 W. Church St., Evansville 2200 Lincoln Ave., Stoughton
Western Koshkonong
Pastor Karla Brekke Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship
Lutheran Church
Sunday: 10 a.m. Worship and Sunday School 2633 Church St., Cottage Grove
Sunday: 9:30 a.m. worship
11 a.m. Bible study
Support groups
Diabetic Support Group Low Vision Support
6 p.m., second Monday, 1-2:30 p.m., third Thurs-
Stoughton Hospital, 628- day, senior center, 873-
Getting Our Lives in Order 6500 8585
I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will
counsel you with my loving eye on you. Psalm 32:8 NIV Dementia Caregivers Parkinsons Group
2 p.m., second Thursday, 1:30-2:30 p.m., fourth
873-4590 If you are unhappy with your life, or with certain aspects of senior center, 873-8585 Wednesday, senior center,
it and everyone has some area of their life that needs work 873-8585
1358 Hwy 51, Stoughton perhaps it is because you have tried to manage it by yourself. Crohns/Colitis/IBD
Pete Gunderson It might relieve you to know that God has a better plan for your Support Group Multiple Sclerosis Group
Mike Smits Dale Holzhuter
Martha Paton, Administrative Manager life than you do, and it takes a lot of the pressure off ourselves 5:30 p.m., third Wednes- 10-11:30 a.m., second
when we decide to live by Gods plan. We arent responsible for day, Stoughton Hospital, Tuesday, senior center,

Sara Paton Barkenhagen, Administrative Assistant

Paul Selbo, Funeral Assistant our being here, since none of us created ourselves, and so it 873-7928 873-8585 shouldnt surprise us to realize that our Creator already has a
plan for us. We should of course take some responsibility for our Grief Support Groups Anorexia and Bulimia Group
own well-being, striving to be as happy, healthy and virtuous as 2 p.m., third Wednesday, 6 p.m., first Thursday,
possible, but putting the responsibility for our entire life and life senior center, 873-8585 Stoughton Hospital, 628-
plan on ourselves is too heavy a burden. It is folly to try to be 6500
the engineer and director of our own lives. Many of us have lived
poorly by following our own path and need some help from God

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Home Talent League

Merchants finish regular season 15-1

Sports editor
All-Star game
Saturdays regular season finale Dave Hanson has been selected
could have been viewed as a mean- to represent the Merchants on
ingless game on the way to the big- Friday at in the Home Talent
ger things, but dont tell that to Dave League All-Star game at 7p.m.
The 16-year veteran of the Stough- Ryan Nyhagen was selected, but
ton Home Talent team wasnt about will miss the game at Warner
to lay down in a rivalry game in front Park due to a prior commit-
of the biggest crowd all season. ment.
Hanson singled home two runs
and scored another Saturday to help stretch who played key roles, proba-
the Merchants claim a 6-1 victory bly didnt envision that at the start of
over the As in the teams annual Uti- the season. As a player, youve just
ca Fest tilt. got to stick with it and as a manag-
Its a big rivalry game in front of er youve just got to stick with your
probably the biggest crowd all sea- players.
son, Hanson said. You definitely Hanson gave Stoughton a 2-0 lead
dont want to come out and lay an in the top of the first inning when he
egg in front over everybody. singled home Jake Wenzel and Ryan
Stoughton had already locked up Nyhagen who had both singled.
the No. 1 seed throughout the South- When we score early, were hard
east Section playoffs and Utica had to stop, Hanson said. He hit the
been knocked out of contention for ball really well from top to bottom.
more than a month. Rather than having one or two big
Hanson, who took over at third innings, Stoughton extended its lead
base with starter T.J. DiPrizio miss- to 5-0 with a run in the third, sixth
ing the game said, I feel good at the and seventh innings.
plate right now. After the past cou- Winder Fuentes singled to cen-
ple of years where I didnt feel like ter to score Hanson in the third and Photo by Jeremy Jones
I contributed as much as I should Nyhagen doubled to left center to Stoughton third baseman Dave Hanson fields a sacrifice bunt by Tom Selbo in the second inning Saturday at
have, Im just trying to be a factor. plate Tanner Klitzke in the sixth. Utica Fest. Hanson had two RBIs and scored a run in the 6-1 win by Stoughton.
And trying to help out the team any- Klitzke, who dislocated his left
way I can. shoulder trying to make a diving
Ive still got a couple years as catch in Albion two weeks ago, laid title, accounted for 12 of the Mer- player to a Sunday starter this sea- Doug Vike was unable to drive a fly
long as my lets me keep playing, he down a suicide squeeze to score chants 17 hits. son, was the only Utica player to col- ball deep enough over the head of
joked. Fuentes. Merchant pitchers Ben Riffle, lect more than one hit, going 2-for-4. Tanner Klitzke, who was playing
The win capped a 15-1 regular I think that just shows how much Erick Sperloen and Ryan Nyhagen It was definitely kind of in shallow center. The Stoughton
season for Stoughton, while Utica we all want to be there for each other combined to scatter seven hits. nerve-racking, he said of the transi- outfielder sprinted back toward the
finished 2-14. this season. We are all having fun, Riffle didnt allow a run over 4 tion. Its a whole different ballgame. fence and made the catch to end the
We improved a lot from the Hanson said. It would have been 1/3 innings, striking out three while Thursday nights are more practice game.
beginning of the season, which was easy for Tanner to sit on the bench allowing just four hits. Sperloen took and Sunday is the league you want Weve got Jeremy (Dunnihoo)
a good feeling to end a bad season, this week and just see what happens, over in the fifth and gave up one to win. Ive batted more this season but hes missed a couple of games
said Christian Stokstad, who was in but hes competitive and one of the earned run on three hits in the eighth than the entire time Ive played in the here, so we thought wed get Ryan
his first year as a player coach and best outfielders in the league. Its inning. He struck out five. league. an inning because you never know
said he plans to take on the role again crucial that we have him out there, Nick Woodstock doubled to lead Nyhagen came on to close the come playoff time, Stoughton man-
next season. and he knows that. off the eighth for Utica and scored door in the bottom of the ninth, strik- ager Dale Seffens said.
I learned somethings youve Max Fuller (2-for-4), Hanson three batters later on a Jason Hougan ing out the first two batters he faced Stokstad worked the first eight
got to trust all your guys. You never (3-for-5), Fuentes (3-for-4), Lund single past second base. before walking Nelson Raisbeck innings for Utica before giving way
know who is going to step up, he (2-for-5) and Nyhagen (2-for-5) who Hougan, who made the transi- and Nick Woodstock. Utica left both to left-hander Cole Nelson in the
said. Some of the guys down the was chasing his first HTL batting tion from a Thursday Night League runners stranded, though, as veteran Turn to HTL/Page 9


Dow becomes six-time All-American

Assistant sports editor
Graduates Jenny and Model also participate
Senior Tyler Dow is coming into the
2017-18 school year as a defending Stoughton High School graduates Garrett Model and Tristan Jenny also
WIAA state champion but also as a six- participated in the USA Wrestling Junior Mens Nationals.
time All-American after finishing run- Model was 4-2 in the freestyle tournament and 5-2 in the Greco Roman
ner-up in freestyle and Greco Roman in bracket. Jenny finished 3-2 in the freestyle portion. Both wrestlers did not
the USA Wrestling Junior Mens Nation- finish.
als in July.
Dow traveled to the FargoDome in
North Dakota, participating in the free- nationals by A few days later in the Greco Roman
style nationals July 16-18 and the Greco It was the second time Dow faced Allar nationals, Dow was edged 8-7 by Jaron
Roman nationals July 20-22. in his career, and he lost the first time Chavez (Idaho) in the finals. That match
Despite the success, Dow was not real- around. was also named as one of the top ten
ly happy with his finish because he wants I knew it was going to be a hard matches by FloWrestling.
to win a national title. But being named fought match and I just had to keep my Dow said that both he and Chavez were
an All-American for the sixth time is head on track that I could come back to fighting a pretty even match, both win-
something he is proud of. win, Dow said. Usually when I wrestle ning hand fights and positioning them-
Getting second is a good accomplish- a guy a second time I do much better. I selves well. But focus was the biggest
ment but obviously that doesnt satisfy usually close the gap or blow it away and opponent to Dow at the end.
me. My goal was to win both styles and get the win. Dow led and allowed Chavez to win a
be a National Champion, Dow said. In the finals, Dow fell 13-3 to David few tie ups, and that led to the loss.
I am excited about (being named an Carr (Ohio), who was seeded first. Toward the end of the match I was
All-American) but I will be going back Dow said the match didnt go his way winning and I just stopped wrestling,
next year and hopefully will accomplish because he allowed Carr to fight his way. Dow said. I was lost in the moment, and
Photo submitted my goals. Dow likes to get into tie-ups and work his he was controlling his ties. A big goal of
Senior Tyler Dow (left) and SHS graduate Garrett Model In the freestyle tournament, Dow made offense in the clinch, while Carr likes to mine is to keep wrestling until the end
both participated in the USA Wrestling Junior freestyle and the championship bracket and defeated stay away and shoot for takedowns. and score points throughout the match.
Greco Roman Nationals in July. Dow was a runner-up in Jalin Harper (Kan.) 12-2 in quarterfinals. Our styles are a little different, so I Dow made the finals with a 13-2
both tournaments and was named an All-American for the Dow then won a 12-11 match against have to work on getting through those win over John Knight (Wash.) in the
sixth time. Graduate Tristan Jenny (not pictured) also par- Jake Allar (Minn.) that was named one guys and tying up and working my quarterfinals and an 11-4 win over
ticipated in the freestyle tournament. of the top ten best matches of the junior offense more, Dow said. Turn to Dow/Page 9 August 10, 2017 Stoughton Courier Hub 9
Dow: Looking forward to senior year Swimming
Continued from page 8 December. He said his mindset isnt going
to change, but he just has to get ready for
Kenny ONeil (Minn.) in the semifinals. the team aspect and switching gears from
Dow is now preparing to defend his freestyle and Greco Roman to folkstyle.
state title with the high school season While having time away from wrestling
beginning at the end of November/early competition, he is working in the weight
room and taking a little time to relax.

HTL: Uticas season comes to a close

Continued from page 8

top of the ninth. Stokstad

allowed five earned runs on
17 hits. Nelson sat the Mer-
chants down in order in the
Were always trying to
beat Stoughton when we play
them, Stokstad said. They
had their A-team in and so
did we. We played good
defense but just couldnt get
much going on offense. Photo by Cassius J Callender
Uticas A-team, which Alyson Schaefer finished the competition, taking ninth in the 200-meter butterfly with a time
was already pretty thin this of 3 minutes, 2.35 seconds and 12th in the 800-meter freestyle (10:49.42).
season was without veteran
lead-off hitter Andy Martin
for the game and lost starter
Max Gartzke in the fourth
Stoughton Aqua Racers (STAR) score big at state
inning. T h e S TA R s w i m m e r s Evan finished with three a p e r s o n a l - b e s t w i t h a
Martin hurt his foot in had one of the most suc- personal-bests. 1:23.09 in the 100 free.
the middle of July in a cessful performances in Espen Hennick set
rain-shortened, Night League club history last weekend
make-up game at Verona but at the USA Swimming 12 Old Stone Pet Lodge would like to thank
kept playing before going and under Wisconsin State
Photo by Jeremy Jones
Championships. everyone who donated to K9s for a Cause.
back to the doctor and learn- Utica pitcher Cole Nelson throws a ninth inning strike.
ing that his foot was broken. Five swimmers quali- It was a huge success. We couldnt have
He spent Saturdays game fied to represent STAR at done it without the help of the following
coaching first base in a walk-
ing boot. Stoughton enters Sunday League the championships where
several had top-16 place-
local businesses:
Action Fence
The As lost their shortstop ments and personal bests.
Arndt & Son Plumbing
in the bottom of the fourth
inning as Gartzke tweaked postseason with shot at HTL title J u l i a n C a l l e n d e r fi n -
ished a team-best second Gary Willis Auto Center
Ginger Ambrose
his hamstring trying to beat- in the 50-meter breast-
out a 6-4-3 double play. Top-seeded Stoughton (15-1) begins the postseason stroke (41.08), fourth in Headquarters Bar and Restaurant
It looked to me, and 1p.m. Sunday at home against Jefferson (13-3). the 100 breast (1:31.64), J.L. Richards
everyone in our dugout, like The Merchants beat Jefferson 3-2 back on June 4 with- and 10th in the 200 indi-
out a couple of starters but the Blue Devils have gotten Madison Mallards
he beat the throw but they vidual medley (3:08.87).
stronger, adding some pitching since then. He finished with five per- Mapping Specialist
called him out, Stokstad
Jefferson has really good pitching, Stoughton manag- sonal-bests. Max Creek Outdoors
said. Max has probably
been our best hitter down the er Dale Seffens said. They dont score that many runs, A l y s o n S c h a e f e r fi n- Mueller Dental
stretch but our guys just kept but theyve come around a lot over the second half of the ished the competition with Oregon Community Bank
playing. season. It should be a good game. two personal-bests, tak- Oregon Farm Center
The As were already with- Seffens, who has coached the team into the playoffs the ing ninth in the 200-meter
past five years said the team is capable of a deep postsea- Oregon Pharmacy
out five starters from last butterfly with a time of
son run. 3:02.35 and 12th in the Oregon Veterinary Clinic
season: Kyle Bates (P/1B),
Dane Schultz (IF/P), Ben Weve thought that before, but come playoff time, 800 freestyle (10:49.42). Stoughton Lumber
Hildebrand (IF), Kevin youve got to be right. You cant have any slip-ups because Cheyenne Borroughs Stoughton Veterinary Clinic
ODonnell (C) and outfielder there is no tomorrow, he said. Were not going to put any finished 14th in the 100 West Towne Veterinary Center
pressure on ourselves. I think everyone feels pretty good b r e a s t s t r o ke ( 1 : 4 0 . 6 0 ) .
Chris Lund who is playing in
about themselves and our pitching looks good. We would like to apologize if we missed
Stoughton this season. She finished with three
Fort Atkinson received the top-seed in the East Division personal-best records. anyone.
It was a huge challenge
this season, but I think we and hosts Albion at 1p.m. Sunday. The winner between E va n S c h m i d t p l a c e d
overcame it with good atti- each game will face each other in the Southeast Section 13th in the 800 free

tudes, Hougan said. Every- final game on Aug. 20. (10:56.63) and 16th in
one wanted to come and Our No. 1 goal has to be reaching the Final Four and the 400 individual med-
play. seeing if we can do some damage once were there, ley with a time of 6:31.46.
Stokstad said the team Stoughton veteran Dave Hanson said. In my 16 years
hopes to get Schultz and Hil- with the team weve only been there once. Its a fun envi-
debrandt back next season ronment that not a lot of players get to experience.
and that veterans Vike and Hanson said this team and the last one to reach the Final
Four in 2013 are completely different.

Martin are both expected to
return. I think were better now, he said. We have a better
The last I heard Ben and lineup and we get along really well.

Dane were still planning on
playing, Stokstad said. I
guess well see who shows
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10 August 10, 2017 Stoughton Courier Hub Obituaries

Hazel Lunde met her handsome husband pieces back to their original contributions, we suggest Mary E. Smithback Above all, Mary loved
Aaron at the legendary Uti- beauty. Christ Lutheran Church, her family, and especial-
ca festival. They were mar- She looked forward to Skaalen Nursing & Rehab ly doted upon her eight
ried in a joint ceremony vacationing every summer Center, Agrace Hospice- grandchildren and six
with sister Mildred (Wal- in Sayner, Wis., with the Care or, as Hazel love the great grandchildren.
ter) Vick on July 3, 1941, Sather clan. In retirement, little ones, any childrens Mary is survived
and spent 63 years together. the Gold Dust Twins charity of your choice. by her children, Gary
S h e b eg a n h e r wo r k Hazel and sister Milly Lundes spirit and mot- (Ellen), Stoughton; Amy
career in Madison, first at enjoyed many fun-filled toWeve got to be tough, (Michael) Johnson, McK-
Metropolitan Insurance and trips to Las Vegas. She w e r e N o r w e g i a n ! inney, TX; son-in-law,
then Clarks Clothing. Her was a devoted fan of Bad- helped us push through the M a t H a e g e r, M i l t o n ,
full-time job then became ger basketball and foot- challenges in life. How- Wi s . ; b r o t h e r, A r t h u r
caring for sons Marshall ball, and had a blast when ever, so many kind people Art Scheldrup, Arling-
and Steve, both born dis- the UW Marching Band have supported her, too. ton Heights, Ill; sister-
abled a few years apart. visited Skaalen. Special A heartfelt thanks to the Mary Smithback in-law, Ruby Scheldup,
After their passing, Hazel memories were made in Skaalen staff at Heritage Stoughton; grandchil-
returned to the workforce her later years on outings and Forest View, along with dren, Jessica (Michael)
Hazel Lunde as a bookkeeper for Jensen with great-grandson Max, the new friends she made M a rg ow s k i , C h i c a g o ,
Furniture. This shy wom- including the Wisconsin as a resident, especially Mary Elizabeth (Schel- Ill; Thomas (Christina)
Hazel Lunde, age 97, an found that she not only Dells and fishing at Centu- dearest Nora. It was diffi- drup) Smithback, died Walsh, Shoreline, WA;
passed away peacefully on enjoyed numbers, she had a ry Trout Farm. cult for Lunde to give up peacefully at Azura Mem- Solveig (Jonathan) Schro-
Aug. 2, 2017, with Karen knack for sales. She formed Hazel is survived by her independence, and you ory Care on Monday, Aug. erlucke, Stoughton; Signe
and Don by her side. lasting relationships with daughter Karen (Don) Nih- all helped in that transi- 7, 2017, in Stoughton, at (Chad) Hugghins, McK-
She was born May 27, her customers over 18 les of Stoughton; grandsons tion. The Agrace team was the age of 86. inney, TX; Andrew (Car-
1920, to Norwegian immi- years. Tyler and Trent Nihles; amazing throughout her Mary was born on July la) Haeger, Beloit, WI;
grants Marthinus and Mag- Hazel was a member of great-grandson Max Nih- final journey. Mange tak 21, 1931, in Stoughton, to Karl (Stacy) Smithback,
na (Aasheim) Sather, and Christ Lutheran Church les; sister-in-law Lenore to dedicated visitors Nora, Fritz and Lillian (Bohling) Mt. Horeb, Wis.; Siri
grew up on a dairy farm in (CLC) for most of her life. Stai; many wonderful niec- Mary, Audrey, Bill, Barb Scheldrup. She loved shar- Smithback, Portland, OR;
rural Oregon. She gradu- She held the church and es and nephews, includ- and Tom. She also appre- ing memories of her child- Keifer Walsh, Dothan,
ated from Stoughton High the friendships made there ing Susan and John; and ciated the frequent altar hood in Stoughton rid- AL; great grandchildren,
School and then received a close to her heart. She was pup Natalie. In addition to flowers delivered by CLC ing her pony which they Pierce, Hendrix & Avelyn
business degree from Mad- a member of the alter guild her parents, husband Aar- members and their con- kept in the backyard and Haeger; Birkelo Huggh-
ison Business College. and a quilter. The group on and sons Marshall and versations even more. And gathering with extended ins; Eowyn Schroerlucke;
Perky redhead Hazel made hundreds of quilts Steve, she was preceded in Don, thank you for every- family for picnics, birth- Anders Smithback.
over the years for Luther- death by her beloved sister thing you were to Lunde days and holidays. She is preceded in death
Legals an World Relief and other Milly and brothers Mel- and are to me. She graduated from by her parents, Fritz and
charitable organizations. vin, Alfred, Reinhardt and Rest in peace, my beau- Stoughton High School in Lillian Scheldrup; her
She also looked forward Leonard. tiful mother. Dad and the 1949 and married Edward husband, Edward Smith-
DANE COUNTY, NOTICE TO to lefse-baking for church A celebration of Hazels boys have been waiting for Ed Smithback, Jr., her back, Jr.; her daughter,
CREDITORS (INFORMAL events. Proud of her Nor- life was held at 11a.m., you, and you have a lot of high school sweetheart, Julie Haeger; her siblings,
ADMINISTRATION) IN THE wegian heritage and known Monday, Aug. 7, at the catching up to do with Mil- in 1952. Over the next Sidney Sid Scheldrup,
EMIL G. ROBYN as the Lefse Queen, she Skaalen Home Chapel in ly! ten years, the couple wel- Owen Bud Scheldrup,
Case No. 17PR512 passed her techniques Stoughton, with Pastor The best thing to hold comed three children, Jeanette Nelson; her
1. An application for Informal Admin- down to many CLC mem- Paula Geister-Jones and onto in life is each other. Gary, Julie, and Amy, into brother-in-law Roy Nel-
istration was filed.
2. The decedent, with date of birth bers, as well as her nieces. Pastor Jim Koza officiat- Please share your memo- their lives. son; her sister-in-law,
February 2, 1926 and date of death July Hazel enjoyed decorating ing. Friends may call from ries at cressfuneralservice. Mary was a dedicat- Donna Scheldrup.
18, 2017, was domiciled in Dane Coun-
ty, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing and kept a cozy, welcoming 10a.m. until the time of the com ed member of Covenant Funeral services will
address of 400 N. Morris, Stoughton, WI
53589. home. She refinished all the service. A luncheon will Cress Funeral Home Lutheran Church and be held at 11a.m. Sat-
3. All interested persons waived no- woodwork at their Lynn be served in the Friend- 206 W. Prospect St. Entre Nous Study Club. urday, Aug. 12, 2017,
4. The deadline for filing a claim Street home and brought s h i p R o o m . Fo r t h o s e Stoughton, WI 53589 She and Ed enjoyed get- at Covenant Lutheran
against the decedents estate is Novem-
ber 10, 2017. many antique furniture wishing to make memorial ting together for card Church, Stoughton. Buri-
5. A claim may be filed at the Dane
County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton
club with her high school al will take place in West
Street, Madison, Wisconsin, Room 1005. friends. Mary and Ed Koshkonong Cemetery.
Danell Behrens
Deputy Probate Registrar shared wonderful memo- Friends and relatives are
Michael D. Rumpf
July 28, 2017
Robert N. Williamson Susie Curl. His son Rob- 4-8p.m. Friday, Aug. 11, ries of their getaways at invited to a luncheon in
PO Box 1 ert Chris Williamson and 2017, at Schaffer Funer- Lake Delton and Sanibel the church fellowship hall.
Cambridge, WI 53523 Robert N. (Bob) Wil- his daughter, Brooke live al Home in Defiance, and Island with family and
(608) 423-3254
liamson, 87, of Defiance, Visitation will be held
Bar Number: 1015663 in Stoughton. His daugh- for one hour prior to ser- friends. Together with from 10a.m. until the
Published: August 3, 10 and 17, 2017
passed away on Monday, ter Sandra Yobbagy, her vices at the church. Funer- their children, they saw
Aug. 7, 2017, in Sylvania, time of services at church.
*** husband Jon, and their son al services will be held at much of the USA in their In lieu of flowers, please
NOTICE Ohio. Jonathan live in Sylvania, 11a.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, motor home and later in
He was a loving hus- make donations in Marys
TOWN OF Ohio. He was preceded 2017, at St. Pauls United life, enjoyed taking their memory to Alzheimers
PLEASANT SPRINGS band, father, grandfather, in death by his wife, Hel- Methodist Church in Defi- children and grandchil-
This is to notify anyone it may con-
and brother. He was born Association, 2820 Wal-
cern that that Parveen Bhardwaj, agent
en (Hiltner) Williamson, ance, with Pastor Joe Payne dren on ski and beach ton Commons, Suite 132,
for Wisconsin Fuel, LLC, d/b/a Pleasant
on Aug. 13, 1929, in Con- grandson Jacob William- officiating. Burial will fol- vacations. She especially
Springs Travel Plaza, located at 2763
County Highway N, Cottage Grove, WI, tinental, Ohio. On Feb. 7, Madison, WI 53718 or
53527, has applied for a Class A Retail- son, parents Naomi and low the services at River- enjoyed trips with Ed to Agrace Hospice, 5395 E.
ers Liquor License for the sale of intoxi- 1954, he married Helen Nelson Williamson, broth- side Cemetery, with mili- Australia, New Zealand,
cating liquor, for off premises consump-
(Hiltner) Williamson, who Cheryl Parkway, Madi-
tion, in the Town of Pleasant Springs, ers Roy, Kenneth, and tary graveside rites accord- Germany and Norway son, WI 53711. The fami-
Dane County, Wisconsin, for the period preceded him in death in George Williamson, and ed by VFW #3360. 3 times!
from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
2005. ly wishes to express their
/s/Pili Hougan
Clerk/Treasurer sister Alice Snyder. Memorials are suggested Mary always wanted to thanks to the staff at Azura
Published: August 10, 2017 He is survived by two Robert who was affec- to St. Pauls United Meth- be a teacher, and in 2014,
children, two grandchil- for Marys continued care.
tionately known as Buck- odist Church. as a part of Azura Memory Please share your mem-
*** dren, and his sister, Ruth eye Bob was employed Online condolences can Cares Dream Come True ories of Mary at CressFu-
by Miller Bros. for 40 be given at program, she received
Celebrating 25 Years in Business! years. He also served in
the U.S. Army during
Schaffer funeral home
529 Jefferson avenue
an Honorary Teaching
Degree from the Universi-
Cress Funeral Service
206 W. Prospect Street
WisConsin MonuMent & Vault Co. the Korean War, and was Defiance, Ohio 43512 ty of Wisconsin-Madison Stoughton, WI 53589

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Landmark: Council voted 8-3 last month to support designation as Local Landmark
Continued from page 1 Last spring, high winds Redevelopment Authority The city received three pro- owned by Stoughton Trailers Opponents of restoring the
caused bricks from the build- voted to demolish the High- posals last year in response to on Eighth Street, demolish- building say the city cant
area has vexed city officials ing parapet to fall from the way Trailer building to clear its search for a master devel- ing it and building 50 units of afford the renovation cost,
for the past six months. three-story structure. The city the site for redevelopment. A oper, but only one that want- affordable housing. especially if the building is
Historic architect and closed the 500 and 600 blocks week later, the council voted ed to serve in that role. Other Ald. Regina Hirsch (Dist. not listed on the National Reg-
Landmarks Commission of East South Street indefi- to block the demolition. proposals came from Movin 3), whos also a member of ister of Historic Places, which
member Steve Mar-Pohl esti- nitely July 27 after Mar-Pohl At its first meeting in Out, the developer of Elven the RDA, has been a strong allows a tax credit of 40 per-
mated the building shell could delivered a safety report on April, the council reversed Sted on Dunkirk Avenue, and advocate for preserving the cent of the restoration cost.
be restored at a cost of $2 mil- the building and recommend- its earlier vote and decid- Gorman and Company, which Highway Trailer building, a The RDA bought the build-
lion to $2.25 million. He esti- ed closing the street in the ed instead to save a smaller specializes in restoring histor- huge structure at 501 E. South ing from Stoughton Trailers in
mated it would cost between buildings fall zone. structure, known as the black- ic buildings. St. with a brick exterior and 2010 with the idea of demol-
$1.3 million and $1.5 million He noted there are large smith shop, within the larger Gorman proposed redevel- wood timber frame. Shes ishing it as part of the river-
to demolish everything at the areas where the building has 100,000-square-foot com- oping the Highway Trailer argued that the citys history front redevelopment proj-
site except the blacksmith no roof and that some of the plex. Then, on July 25, the building with approximately is a key reason people live or ect.
shop. He put the demolition timber frame has rotted due to council changed its mind and 59 units in a new apartment decide to move here, and the
cost for the entire complex at neglect and water intrusion. again voted to support pre- building, while Movin Out city should be preserving its Contact Bill Livick at bill.
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Sept. 8 Milton 7 p.m. Sept. 12 at Badger Challenge 4 p.m. Sept. 23 Janesville Invite 9 a.m.
Sept. 15 at Monroe 7 p.m. Sept. 23 Janesville Invite 9 a.m. Sept. 30 Stoughton Invite 9:30 a.m.
Sept. 22 Oregon 7 p.m. Sept. 30 Stoughton Invite 9 a.m. Oct. 14 at Conference 9:30 a.m.
Sept. 29 at Watertown 7 p.m. Oct. 7 at Albany Invite 9 a.m. Oct. 21 DeForest sectional 10 a.m.
Oct. 6 Monona Grove 7 p.m. Oct. 14 at Conference 10:10 a.m. Oct. 28 State (Wis. Rapids) TBD
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Aug. 21 at Madison Edgewood 3:30 p.m. Aug. 29 Baraboo 7 p.m.
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Aug. 31 Stoughton Relays 6 p.m. Aug. 22 Sauk Prairie 4:15 p.m.
Aug. 31 Watertown 7 p.m.
Sept. 5 at Edgewood 4:15 p.m. Aug. 29 Watertown 4:15 p.m.
Sept. 5 at DeForest 7 p.m.
Sept. 12 Watertown 6 p.m. Aug. 31 at Edgewood 4:15 p.m.
Sept. 16 at Milton Invite 10 a.m. Sept. 2 Stoughton Invite 9 a.m. Sept. 7 at Oregon 7 p.m.
Sept. 19 Monroe 6 p.m. Sept. 5 Oregon 4:15 p.m. Sept. 9 at Janesville Parker 8:30 a.m.
Sept. 21 Edgerton 6 p.m. Sept. 7 at Monona Grove 4;15 p.m. Sept. 14 Monroe 7 p.m.
Sept. 26 at McFarland 6 p.m. Sept. 8-9 at Nicolet Invite 1 p.m. Sept. 16 Middleton invite 8 a.m.
Oct. 3 Milton 6 p.m. Sept. 9 at Nicolet Invite 8 a.m. Sept. 21 at Edgewood 7 p.m.
Oct. 7 at Waunkee Invite 11 a.m. Sept. 12 Milton 4:15 p.m.
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Oct. 10 at Monona Grove 6 p.m. Sept. 14 at Monroe 4:15 p.m.
Oct. 17 Fort Atkinson 6 p.m. Sept. 15-16 at Madison Invite 9 a.m. Sept. 28 Monona Grove 7 p.m.
Oct. 28 Conference 1 p.m. Sept. 18 at Fort Atkinson 4:15 p.m. Oct. 5 Milton 7 p.m.
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