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BUF FFALO O SH ORES S GA AZETT TE
BUF
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O SHORES
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unty------Buffaalo, Iow
wa
Rural Pearl of thee Month: “ “Don’t fin
nd fault, find a remedy; anyb
body
can com
mplain.”– Henry
H
Ford
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Volume
e 12, Issue 4
June 15 – J
July 14
2013
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MONTHLY
BUFFALO TTRIVIA QUES
STION OF TH
HE MONTH:
For what w
was John Priggnitz known in Buffalo?
ANSWER TO
O LAST MON
NTH’S TRIVIA
A QUESTION
In thhe summer oof 1833, Capt.. Benjamin C
Clark raised corn,
c
beanss, peas and oother vegetabbles, the firstt produce raised in
Scott County. In 11834 he had 100 acres off wild land brroken.
FROM THE PARK BOARD
Unfortunately we lost 7 trees from the
storm at the park on Dodge. Clean-up
was done quick and efficient. New
mulch for around play equipment looks
great. Planted wild flower seeds in park
planters. Hope flowers come on before
July 4. Please carry a bag with you when
you walk your pet. There is a
city ordinance to clean up. And when
you mow please don't blow grass into
street or ally. It clogs our river and
streams. Next meeting is July 11 @ 6:00
p.m. Thank You, Cheryl Meador
BUFFALO SCHOOL REUNION
The Buffalo Alumni-School Reunion will
be September 21, 2013. It will be held at
the Buffalo Community Center. Doors
will open at 4:00 for catching up with
classmates. The committee will be
sending out forms for the banquet early
this summer as we will need the
information for our reunion book. We
need reservations for supper by midAugust. Information and reservation
forms will be available at a later date. For
specific information,
contacts are:
Annette Wrage Rickeberg
- Chairperson-Reunion
Book, Bonnie Awbrey
Cooley - Change of
Address or Contact
Information, Helen
Willich Joiner Secretary-Treasurer,
Betty Ann Hudson Upshaw -Banquet Food
and Entertainment.
FOOD PANTRY
Open every Tuesday from 9-12.
Angie's Daycare,
State Registered Provider
*Transports to/from local schools
*One mile north of Buffalo School off
Coon's *Participates in Child Adult Care
Food Program *References available
Angie Webster
8034 119th St. (Eagle Lane)
Blue Grass
Call for more information 563.505.6485
BVFD Notes
. We spent 377 man-hours responding
to a record 43 emergency calls in May.
We responded to 29 EMS calls, 4
Structure Fires, 1 Vehicle Fire, 1
Grass Fire and 8 Miscellaneous calls for
a CO Detector, Wires Down, Missing
Child, Transformer Fire and Flood
Pumping, Wires Down and an Alarm
Malfunction. The members also spent
24 man-hours performing station and
vehicle maintenance with their assigned
duty crew.
As the summer heat moves in upon us,
here are a few tips to beat the heat:
♦ Dress for the heat. Wear
lightweight, light-colored clothing.
Light colors will reflect away some
of the sun's energy. It is also a
good idea to wear hats or to use an
umbrella.
♦ Drink water. Carry water or juice
with you and drink continuously even
if you do not feel thirsty. Avoid
alcohol and caffeine, which
dehydrate the body. Avoid using
salt tablets unless directed to do so
by a physician.
♦ Eat small meals and eat more often.
Avoid high-protein foods, which
increase metabolic heat.
♦ Slow down. Avoid strenuous activity.
If you must do strenuous activity,
do it during the coolest part of the
day, which is usually in the morning
between 4 and 7 a.m.
♦ Stay indoors when possible. If airconditioning is not available, stay on
the lowest floor out of the
sunshine. Remember that electric
fans do not cool, they simply
circulate the air.
Be a good neighbor. During heat waves,
check in on elderly residents in your
neighborhood and those who do not have
air conditioning.
Terry Adams, Fire Chief
Visit us at www.BVFDFIRE.COM
Girls Scouts
For info, contact [email protected]
Phone: 563.726.1335
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Buffalo Library News June 2013
Summer activities are heating up! There’s
still time to sign up for the Summer Reading
Program. Over 90 kids have, so far. Mark
your calendar, and bring the kids in to take
part in these FREE activities!
WEDNESDAYS: Every Wednesday at
10:00 am – our usual Story Hour. Hear a
story, and make a craft.
MONDAYS: Starting Monday, June 10,
and running through July 29: Each Monday
will offer a free ‘Make & Take Craft Time’.
Stop in, and make something fun to take
home. No registration, no cost!
June 11, 2:30 - LEGOs at the Library.
Come in and build with the Library’s
Legos\Duplos, or bring your own.
June 20, 2:30 - People of the Past. Watch for
details.
June 26, 10:00 am – Enjoy a visit from Pete
the Cat, star of several kids’ books!
June 27, 2:30 - Mystery Movie! Come see a
family-friendly movie on the big screen.
July 9, 2:30 - LEGOs at the Library
July 10, 10:00 am – Charlie’s Heroes
Puppet Show. Enjoy a fun puppet
presentation from the Mississippi Valley
Blood Center. The shows are appropriate for
all ages.
July 11, 2:30 – A visit with our friends from
LaFarge. Get a close up look at a piece of
excavating equipment, and hear about how
cement is produced.
July 16, 2:30 - Down the Rabbit Hole. A
live animal presentation.
July 22, 3:00 – Origami. Kids will learn to
fold paper flowers from an origami expert.
July 25, 2:30 - Mystery Movie II
A fun summer! Take advantage of your
Buffalo Library!
Library Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 2:00 to 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, then 2:00
to 7:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to Noon
381-1797
- Cindy Mosier, Branch Associate
BUCKAROO
B
NEWS
The story of the Am
merican Cow
wboy
It all beg
gan in what
t
is now Flor
rida in 149
93
when th
he first
Spaniards
s arrived.
They let do
own the gan
ng
plank and
d unloaded
their longh
horn cattle
e.
alusa native Indian tribe attacked the
The Ca
ship, b
but the Spa
aniards escaped, ret
treating to
Spain. U
Upon retur
rning to th
he New World in 1512
2,
the Spa
aniards sa
aw hundreds
s of the cattle they
y
had left
t behind. This time they were able to be
b
friend
ds with th
he Indians.
. They called their
cattle C
Criollos, meaning Sp
panish cattle born in
i
the ne
ew world. They
T
are noted for their
t
wild
colorat
tion, long horns, and their ha
ardiness to
survive without human
h
inter
rvention. The Spanis
sh
cowboys [Vaqueros] Vaca for
r cattle, cueros is a
working person teaching whi
ite natives descende
ed
from Sco
otland and Ireland their skill
ls of moving
cattle
e. These co
owboys where called Crackers,
hence the Florid
da Crackers name for
r cracking
there bullwhips to move the herds. The first
cattle
e drives started in central Florida to
Tampa, S
St Augustin
ne, Gainesville, Man
natee, Cuba,
Punta Rasa, and Savannah to Atlanta
a Georgia.
About 40
00 hundred
d years lat
ter Texas entered th
he
scene w
with some of longhor
rns from Florida and
d
brought
t the Hereford and other
o
English breeds
s
from Europe. To
T this day
y, Florida has the
largest cattle ra
anch in the
e country, having th
he
highest number ca
attle on ha
and. Back in the day
y,
my gre
eat grandf
father owne
ed 4 sections [2000
acres]
] by Cross city abou
ut 25 miles east of
Horses
shoe Beach
h, Dixie Co
ounty, Florida. The
Longhorn
n is noted to be of highest pr
rotein and a
third
d of fat and
a
cholest
terol than English
breeds
s. Grass fe
ed cattle have highe
er omega-3
which fi
ights free radicals that cause
e cancer and
other ailments. There are still tho
ousands of
cowboys in America
a that are riding ha
ard to bring
free ran
nge grass fed cattle
e to your plate. Fro
om
t
the saddle,
, ADIOS. (reprint from Feeb 2012)
From my Saddle, Seenor Esteban
FRO
OG FFluent Reading Our Goal Summ
mer Youth LLiteracy Proggram June 100th, 2013 thro
ough July 17
7th, 2013 Mondayss and Wednesdays 2:00‐‐4:00 pm Buffalo Public Library
WE N
NEED Voluntteers ‐ to su
upervise literracy activitiees AND to provide one onn one readin
ng with students. No expperience neeeded: Trainiing will be p
provided Spons orships ‐ Funds will be n
needed to provide prograam/craft materials and ssnacks for th
he children. $
$40 will heelp defray th
he costs of m
materials and
d snacks for o
one week. Since we arre a non‐profit organizattion, all dona
ations are taxx deductiblee. Please contact Estellla Novak 309
9‐737‐7326 if you would lik
ke to help. (FFROG, PO Box 164, Buffalo, IA 52728)
C
CALVAR
RY LUTH
HERAN C
CHURCH
H
The Co
ommunity D
Dinner willl be
held o
on
One Spay at a Time
Ju
une 27, 4 - 6:30.
We willl be servin
ng Pork Loin,
L
Potatoees, gravy, green beaans,
salads, d
desserts, aand beveraages.
Offering a LOW
W COST spay
y/neuter clinic for cats in the
Buffalo/Blue Grass
G
area.
American Leg
gion hall in Blue
e Grass.
Please call 56
63-650-5720 for an appointme
ent in advance..
Female cats $50
$
Male cats $25
5; added smalll breed dogs. The costs fo
or
dogs is Males
s: $50 and Fe
emales: $75.
Rabies vacc
cination $10
Post-operatiive pain medica
ation, deworming and ear mitte treatment are
e
all available for an addition
nal fee.
Please visit www.onespaya
atatime.com fo
or more informa
ation and to
download a copy of the pre
e- and post-surrgical instructio
on sheet. (
Dr. Hedges
[email protected]
aol.com
www.onespa
ayatatime.com
D
Donations are w
welcome.
Evveryone is enco
ouraged to atten
nd.
563-650-57
720
3
QUILT SHOW
New E
Era Lutheran C
Church will hold its 12th Annuaal Quilt Show on
o July
12-13. The show will feature quilts ffrom local quilteers and antique
e quilts.
Guests may view quiltts on Friday, Juuly 12, from 9 aam-8 pm. A lunch will
be served from 11 am – 2 pm, aand supper from
m 4:30-7 pm. On
Satu rday, July 13, tthe quilt show w
will be open froom 9 am-4 pm,, with
lunchh served from 111 am-2 pm. TTicket prices arre $4.00 for the
e quilt
show
w only and $8..00 for the quiltt show and a m
meal. The public is
invited.
The chuurch is located at 3455 New E
Era Road, Musscatine, ¼ mile west of
the uppper entrance too Wildcat Den S
State Park. Foor more informa
ation, or
if you w
would like to puut a quilt on display, contact B
Becki Petersen at 563299-1664, or Sue Kirk at 563-823--1099.
H
HERITAGE
E QC WEST
T
Fruit Happens
June 2
23 JOY
June 30
0 PEACE
July 7
PATIENCE
July 14 K
KINDNESS
July 21 FAIITHFULNESS
July 28 GE
ENTLENESS
Aug. 4 SEL
LF-CONTROL
We
e are coming
g to Blue Grrass! Startting July 7th,
w
we will be meeting at th
he
Blue Grass Com
mmunity Ce
enter
at 10
0am.
H
Hope to see
e you there
e!
----------------------------For Jun
ne 16, 23 and 30th, we still m
meet at
B
Buffalo Eleme
entary Schoo
ol
1000 Jefferson Street
Buffalo, IA 52728
[email protected]
heritageqc.com
visit us on
n Facebook “Fo
or where two
o or three arre gathered together in my
name, th
here am I in
n the midst o
of them.”
Carter’
’s Café
(N
Next to Shell
l gas station
n)
1106 W. F
Front St.
Buffal
lo, IA
(563)38
81-1555
Grea
at food! G
Great pric
ces!
Come
e in and try our t
tasty home
emade sou
ups!
Great pl
lace for f
family & f
friends!
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SEN
NIOR MOMENTS
This is thhe Year of the Senniors and a lot is ggoing on. Senior V
Voice has lots of activities
and I even went to a S
Senior Prom at Riddgecrest on N>W>
> Blvd.
and the runner up wass 104 years old annd even danced. It was
theirr first Prom.
Thee M.V.F. is here again and lots of Events, New Horse
e Ring,
and lots of Changes, aand great talent. TThe entry in craftss,
vegeetables, flowers, leeather, etc. is onlyy 25 cents and there are
manny divisions. ENTR
RIES must be madde by July 15th to the
t Fair
ok.
officee. and the times too take them in aree printed in the boo
Therre is something for Everyone of eveery
AGE. Moost things must bee taken in on Sundday or Mon before
the fair. G
General office on Locust Street, Davenport, 563-326-5338. Onnly $40 includes TToby Keith, Josh TTurner, Dwight
Yoakam, Lynyrd Skynyrd, D
Diamond Rio and Jake Owen, all
starting aat 8pm. Fair Fun C
Cards are $40 thruu July 1 and $45
thereafterr. That includes FFree fair admissionn, grandstand shoows
and parkiing for All 6 Days. You can even geet the Fun Cards aat
Hy-Vee. The National Belggium Horse Show is a favorite, 4-H
Bldg. andd Much Much moree. It is in its 94th Y
Year.....
Some off the City old builddings are being torrn down and
Elections are this year for 3 Council Personss and the Mayor. S
Sign up is in Augu
ust.
There aree Camp Abe Lincooln camps for residdents this year and the FROG Program for
reading hhelp at the BAC. TThe Tornado took a lot of trees and some homes and the rain
just keepss coming. Basem
ments are a challennge for many. Sandbags are on hand and it
is scary too put them away. If they ever do, thhey could come too the farm on the hill.
h
Everyonee is so tired of mudd, but....gardens aand pastures are ggrowing. Keeping weeds
down is a challenge.
I was neeeded to help at a Y
Youth show at Shoones Friendship FFarms for the Quad
d City All
Breed Asssn. and it was funn and great to see so many YOUTH showing and having fun
with horsees and ponies. I w
was amazed at thee talent, and the rriding abilities of alll the
Youth andd some with disabbilities but they weere great Horses aand Ponies (plus other
o
animals) tteach so much annd keep youth outsside and exercisinng. I was so proud
d to help
and answ
wer questions and meet the parents and children that rode bareback, English
and Westtern and showed iin Halter and Gam
mes. The next shoow is at the
Y
M.V.FFairgrounds June 30th for OPEN annd Aug. 25th for Youth
only. The costume claass
photo is soo cute and a show stopper.
(Policceman and Carrott Thief)
I jusst saw and want too congratulate the Buffalo Youth tha
at just
Graduated from Scott C
Community collegge. They are: Cattherine
Kimees, Fylisha Meadorr, Nicholas Ouart, and Dawn Shaferr. Keep
up the Learning. We aare proud of you.
m selling rabbits annd other small animals with cages and
a trying
I am
to cutt down. All reasonnable offers on annimals or Horse an
nd Pony
equippment will be conssidered. Your Seenior Council Mem
mber and
Farmer o n the Hill, DanaJoo
Great plaace for Graduation giftts, Birthday
ys, Wedding
gs,
Anniverssary gifts, Spoil yoursellf gifts….Fa
ashion, shoees,
purses, jeewelry, and
d much more!
10
003 Park Av
venue
Muscatine,, IA
Hours 9:00am – 6:00pm
563-506-81
145
BUFFALO HISTORIC
CAL SOCIE
ETY
Our Memoriial Day servicce was a greatt
success. Than
nks to all who
o helped! Ou
ur
next mee
eting is June 20
2 at 6:30.
Museum hours are Sund
days 1-4. Calll
Chris at 381
1-8074 or 579
9-3588 if you
u
would like to visit the mu
useum durin
ng
other time
es.
BRICK ORD
DER FORM can
c be accesse
ed @
http://echobluffra
anch.com/BUFFALO_SHORES_GAZETTE.htm
Or simply seend a note/emaill, with a check fo
or $35; of what you
y want engraveed
(limiteed to 3 lines, 15 spaces
s
each).
TuuF-A- Nuf BAR
RNYARD SAL
LE
The Saale must go on! There are horsses, ponies, muules, goats, rabbbits and
saddless, halters, bridlees, saddle or coover blankets, aand books, photos, etc.
Quieet but unbrokenn ponies start at $50.
All w
will be wormed, trimmed and ggo with leads annd/or halters. Call
C for
apt to ssee what I havee. I must cut doown to be able tto enjoy the few
w I will
be keepping and be ablle to show. I w
will trade almostt anything for dry
d hay
delivereed. There will be all sizes andd breeds of goatts and many wiith or to
have kids. Call Danna at 563-349-88068.
If would like your name in ou
ur paper, donate or loan some hisstorical items to our
o
museum!
Thank you to the family
y of Harold
T
Clearman. They
don
nated many historical
h
ite
ems from the
e estate
in
ncluding an original
o
Bufffalo police uniform,
u
dufffel bags from
m WWII,
Bu
uffalo VFW Legion
L
hat, army
y uniform, wo
ooden pegs frrom the
old barn th
hat used to be behind Cle
earman’s
store, man
ny more itemss and a myste
ery item!
Guess w
what this is in
n the picture on
o the right! To see these
e
treeasures, along
g with otherss, visit our mu
useum!
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Think how many bllameless livess are brighteened by the blazing
inndiscretions oof other peoplle.
“Be soo good they can't ignore you!”
5
Flag Essay
E
at Buffalo
Elem
mentary School:
On Tuesday,
T
28 May,
M
2013
3, the Blue Grrass
Amerrican Legion Post
P
711 partiicipated in thee Buffalo Sch
hool
awardss program by presenting th
he
Americann Legions 5th Grade
G
Flag Essay
E
contest w
winners. Adj
djutant Waynee F.
Kraft & 2nd Vice Commander Al
A
McDonnell presented th
he awards- Medals,
Ribbons & Certificates. 1st Place winner
w
was Emm
ma Ray, daug
ghter of Shawn
n&
Erika R
Ray, also received a check of
$50.00. 2nd Place win
nner- Macken
nzie
Holmes Booos, daughter of Adam & Shelly
S
Sowell allso received a check of $25
5.00.
n,
3rd Placce winner waas Evie Nelson
daughterr of Brian Hollem & Katherrine
Robertso
on.
Buffalo Scchool had a to
otal of 37 stud
dents
particippate. The remainder of th
he
students also received
d a Certificatee of
Participattion.
Teacheers, Lisa Hatlett & Lindsaay
Geunnther, were prresented with
h
Certificaates of Appreeciation for th
heir
particcipation with the program.
Superinteendent Sheri Sanders was also
a
preseented with a Certificate
C
of
Apppreciation for her support.
Offerring classes in
n:
Ballet, Ta
ap, Jazz, Hip H
Hop,
Poms and Tumblin
ng
Lyrical, Musical Theaater
710 Weest Mayne Strreet
Blu
ue Grass, IA
Call Today! 563-381--4565
www.jenny
ysdanceacadem
my.com
Blu
ue Grass Ame
erican Legion & Auxiliary Post 711 Clerk’s Corrner from City Hall
Utility bills were calculated incorrecttly and the correctionns are
reflected on this billing cycle and nexxt months billing cycle. If you
have additional qquestions please conntact us.
Community Deveelopment had a greaat turnout for the dayy camp
program at Camp Abe Lincoln. We would
w
like to say thaank you
to everyone whoo signed up.
City Hall will be cclosed Thursday Julyy 4th in observance of
o
Independence D
Day.
702 Front St. is sset up to have the assbestos removal on July
19th, 2013 and thhe demolition the folllowing week.
The City is seeking PT Seasonal Woorkers for Public Works.
Must be 18 yrs. O
Old and it will be appproximately 30 hrs. per
p
week. Please seend applications to City
C Hall or completee
application from the website www.buuffaloiowa.org.
Buffalo Days will be July 5th – 7th.
Friday night is Biike Night featuring thhe band Simon sayss Uncle.
Saturday there w
will be kids’ games, craft
c vendors, fireworks at
dusk, and the baand Vodkaseven.
Sunday will be thhe parade starting att noon. For sign up
information pleasse contact David Ericson at 563-210-53331
Programmable Thermostats:
You can save ass much as 10% a yeaar on heating and coooling by
simply turning yoour thermostat back 7o-10oF for 8 hourss a day
from where you w
would normally set. (If you have a heat pump,
p
don’t do this withhout a programmablee thermostat). You can
c do
this automaticallyy by using a program
mmable thermostat and
a
scheduling the times you turn on thee heating or air condiitioning.
As a result, the eequipment doesn’t operate as much wheen you
are asleep or nott at home.
(http://energy.gov/sites/prod/files/eneergy_savers.pdf)
Thank you, C
City Clerk, Tannaa Leonard
American
n Legion Unitt 711 106 Sou
uth Juniata Strreet Blue Grrass, Iowa 527726 “Th
he problem
m with m
making an
exttrinsic rew
ward the o
only
desstination that
t
mattters is
tha
at some pe
eople will choose
the
e quickestt route theere, even
if itt means ta
aking the low
roa
ad. Indeed
d, most of tthe
sca
andals and
d misbehav
vior that
hav
ve seemed
d endemic to
mo
odern life involve
i
sho
ortcuts.”
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HAPPY BIR
RTHDAY!
Brittany T
Teel
June 15th
June 19
Kate Mulllanack
Judy Jeweett
June
e 20
Kabri Hasss
Jun
ne 21
Triston T
Teel
Ju
une 22
Becky Co
onger
June 23
Dwain Bo
ollmman
June 25
Jeff Buchanan
Jun
ne 25
Doug Buchanan
Jun
ne 28
June 28
Brandon Mangels
Daryl Bu
uffington
June 30
Delores S
Scott
Jun
ne 30
Beulah H
Hitchcock
Jun
ne 30
Bill Boweers
Jun
ne 30
Gracie Ly
ynn Bruce (C
Carson) July 1
Randolph
h Lee Smith
July
y1
Mary Betth Hanson
July 2
Tom Cong
ger
July
y4
Steve Rem
mley
July
y6
Randy U
Upton
July
J
6
Betty Led
dford
July 8
Ruth Bra
aden
July
y8
Pat Teel
July 10th
Andrew B
Bernauer
July 10
H
HAPPY ANNIIVERSARY
Richard & Joy Peek
Ju
une 18
Chris & N
Nancy Vick/G
Germain Ju
une 24
Robert & Marlis Vickk
Ju
une 25
Ryan & C
Charmin Ried
desel
June 29th
Dick & Gale Carson
July 3
Jim & Karren Bernaueer
July 3
Jack & Jan
n Carson
July 11
Gary & B
Bobi Carson
July 11
Dwayne & Shelia Rileey
July
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If you would
d like to see yours or your loved ones’ Birtthday or
Anniverrsary in here, please eemail the info to Chriis at
C
[email protected]
m, or call 381-8074
B
Buffalo Hisstory 101
News frrom Echo Bluff Ran
nch,
BUFFAL
LO IA
Our barn p
painting projeect has not sttarted
yet, but wee have the pa
aint! IT will be
b
Barn red, w
with a green roof, to matcch the
metal rooff on the housee. Some mayy
wonder wh
hy certain collors are comm
mon
on barns? In the early 19th
1
century,
northern a
and mid-Atlan
ntic farmers
started paiinting their barns
b
a dark red.
r
Several th
heories exist on
o
why red was
w such a
popular co
olor for barnss.
Some barrn authorities
claim it was
w the
Scandinav
vian influencee;
they used rred to simula
ate brick and
wealth. Otthers say it wa
as an abunda
ance
of stock blo
ood or iron oxxide that cou
uld be
mixed with
h milk to mak
ke red paint.
Others sugg
gested it wass esthetics - th
he
red paint ccomplementeed the green fields.
Yet anotheer theory sugg
gests it was a
supply and
d demand tra
adition. Farm
mers,
when askeed why they painted
p
their
barns red, replied, “red paint is so
available a
and cheap.” If paint
manufactu
urers asked why
w they prod
duced
so much reed paint, theyy said, “becau
use so
many farm
mers want it.” In any eventt, a
rich dark reed has becom
me the symbo
olic
barn color in
America.
What is eveen
more excitiing
than gettin
ng
fresh paintt on
the barns is
that my friiend
Sue and heer
husband D
Dick made us the most
beautiful B
Barn Quilt to decorate thee
peak. For those of you that do not know
k
what a barrn quilt is, I will
w talk about that
next month
h! Pictured here
h
is our ba
arn
quilt, which
h will be hung after the ba
arn is
painted.
ON anotheer note, Privyy Digger Davee is
interested in digging privies in Buffa
alo.
Anyone intterested, let me
m know! It is
i fun
to see wha
at treasures arre in the old
privies. Go
o out and gett dirty!
Thanks, Ch
hris Carson an
nd Steve Thorrnton
Generations
G
Area
A Agencyy on Aging
www.echoblufffranch.com, or visit us on Facebook
k.
Samual Moore wass born in Belfa
ast,
Ireland in
n 1827. He ccame to Amerrica in
1848, arrriving in Buffa
alo in 1852. While
W
here, M
Moore worked various mine
es for
Capt. Mu
urray, Capt. W
W.L. Clark and
d Capt.
Dodge, an
nd a Mr. Postten until opening the
“Moore C
Coal Bank.” M
Mr. Moore wa
as one
of the first coal men in Iowa.
“WHEN A TREE FAL
LLS IT
RE
ESOUNDS WITH
W
A THU
UNDERING
CRASH; AND YET A W
WHOLE
FOREST
F
GR
ROWS IN SIL
LENCE.”
7
Local Service andd Great Rates
Call us todayy at (563) 381-31500 or stop by to find
d out how
we can saave you money onn all of your loan needs.
n
Deb H
Hinds [email protected]
om
Jim Mattthys [email protected]
Harland Joohnson [email protected]
@buffalosavingsbank.com
CALEND
DAR OF EV
VENTS
SUND
DAY
16 June
e
MONDAY
17
7 BINGO
GEN AGE
CA
AFÉ-BAC
23
24
4 BINGO
GA
A CAFÉ
Presidents’ Day
y
TUESDA
AY
18
RECYCLE
E
WEDNESDAY
19
Food Pantry
y 9-12
GEN
N AGE
CA
AFÉ-BAC
FREE CLOTH
HES 9-12
FREE
E CLOTHES 9-12
25
26
GEN
NAGE CAFÉ
THURSDA
AY
21
Free clothhes
GEN AGE
CAFÉ
É/
--------------------------
28
N AGE
GEN
CAF
FÉ/
29
5
G.A. CAFÉ
Buffa
alo Days
6 June
Buffalo Days
s
12 G.A
A. CAFÉ
13
19 G.A
A. CAFÉ
20
5-7
Hist mtg 6:330
30
1 July
2
4
3
HES 9-12
G.A
FREE cloth
A. CAFÉ
hes
CIITY COUNCIIL FREE CLOTH
Food Pan
ntry 9-12 Free
MT
TG 7PM
e Clothes 9-12
2 5-7
RECYCLE
E
nce
Independen
Day!
7
Buffalo D
Days
8
14
G.A. CAFÉ
9
BIN
NGO
FREE CLOTH
HES 9-12
15 BINGO
16
G.A
A. CAFÉ
FREE CLOTH
HES 9-12
10
11
G.A
A. CAFÉ
Food Pan
ntry 9-12 Free
e Clothes 9-12
2
Food Pan
ntry 9-12
17 G.A.
G CAFÉ
Free
CLOTHES 9-12
SATURDA
AY
15
27
FREE cloth
hes
Food Pan
ntry 9-12 FRE
EE CLTHS 9-12
2 5-7
CLC Dinne
er
FREE CLOTH
HES 9-12
FR
RIDAY
20
22
Free clothess 5-7
18
Free clothess 5-7
RECYCLE
E
ALL
BUF
FFALO BU
USINESS ADS WILL BE FREE!
From
m MOTHER’S COOKBOO
OK
Appple Butter
WE WAN
NT TO PROMO
OTE THE BUSINESSES IN OUR TOWN AN
ND
IN TURN P
PROMOTE OU
UR TOWN! WE
E WILL PLACE
E ADS IN PAPE
ER
AS SPACE
E IS AVAILABL
LE. IF SPACE
E RUNS SHORT
T, WE WILL
ROTATE A
ADS. WE WILL
L BE AS FAIR AS WE CAN. Paper
distributed
d on 15th of month.
m
3 gallons cooked aapples
5 pounds brown suggar
1 qua rt of Cideer vinegar
Boil down 1/3. Season wwith cinnammon, allspice,
clove s, nutmeg
Clara M
Miller circa 19936
*ALSO, p
please accep
pt our apolog
gy for any errrors that may
appear in
n this issue.
ELECTE
ED CONTA
ACTS FOR THE
T
CITY OF
O BUFFALO
O:
381-3839 [email protected]
m
loiowa.org
COUNCIL MEMBERS
S:
KIM BUC
CHANAN 381
1-5204 kbucha
[email protected]
oiowa.org
DANA JO
O SMITH 381--3245 [email protected]
@buffaloiowa
a.org
DAVE STICKROD 275-9271 [email protected]
owa.org
JUDY HA
AMMONS 381
1-1465 jhamm
[email protected]
oiowa.org
OLIN ME
EADOR 940-5901 [email protected]
@buffaloiowa
a.org
MAYOR: D
DOUG ANDERSO
ON
(Recipes froom old Buffalo womeen’s’ cookbook, dated JJune 1921, which was ppassed to me from myy late
grandmothher, Virginia Carson. See Jan/Feb edition ffor more info)
BU
UFFALO COMM
MUNITY
Y CENTE
ER!
SENIOR M
MEALS SERVED
D M-W-F AT NOON
AT THE SEENIOR MEAL SITE
S IN THE BA
ACK.
IF YOU NEED DELIVERY
Y, CALL 24 HO
OURS AHEAD:
PHONE NU
UMBERS- 324
4-9085, 381-4594,
RECEP
PTIONS, BIR
RTHDAY PAR
RTIES
ANNIV
VERSARIES,, GRADUAT
TIONS
FAMILY RE
EUNIONS
B
BINGO EVER
RY MONDAY
Y
DOORS OP
PEN AT 4:00
B
BINGO STAR
RTS AT 6:00
C
CALL CONNIIE at 381-39677
OR 3700-0194
Submiissions to
o the pap
per shou
uld be
sent to
o: [email protected]
msn.com
Or call C
Chris at 381
1-8074
Provide your emaiil to be add
ded to distriibution listt!
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N dates and tim
mes
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O LOCAL POST OFFIC
CE!
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