News: Stanley Republic (4 May 2001)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ STANLEY REPUBLICAN dated 5/10/2001
100 YEARS AGO (May 4, 1901)
Sol Caswell who is well know for his breeding of Plymouth Rock chickens, showed an egg that was 6-1/8 x 7-1/4 inches in circumference.
50 YEARS AGO (May 3, 1951)
Veterinarian Andrew P. Lien has sold his practice to M.T. Szatalowicz. He was in business 39 years.
Tony Long, harry Webber and his son Bob came home with 28 brook and German brown trout. The largest one weighed about 3 pounds.
40 YEARS AGO (Mary 4, 1961)
Arion award for outstanding musical ability was presented to Elaine Samuelson and Carl Weissenberg. Mrs. R.J. Mathwig made the presentation.
The 2 top students for the class of 1961 are Phyllis Christianson and Janet Huls.
25 YEARS AGO (April 29, 1976)
Receiving "A" ratings at the State Forensic contest on April 24th were Brenda Bergman, Mary Kubisiak and Dick Plombon. Brenda for her poetry readings and Mary and Dick for the playacting.
10 YEARS AGO (May 2, 1991)
August Lotz Co. has been sold by Chuck Smmot and Joe Sweeny to Mark Barton and Mark Schlicter.
Wendy Mahr was selected the winner of the WIAA Scholar/Athlete Award.
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