News: Stanley Republic (11 May 2001)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ STANLEY REPUBLICAN dated May 17, 2001
100 YEARS AGO (May 11, 1901)
Wojiech Sowa, the man who murdered Policeman Moore, received a 14 year sentence in Waupun.
70 YEARS AGO (May 8, 1931(
A 6-year old boy who rolled rocks on to the train tracks in Drexel, NC causing a wreck, was sentenced by Judge Bowers to have his adenoids and tonsils removed as a punishment.
60 YEARS AGO (May 9, 1941)
On May 7th, Leonard L. Wold, Norbert P. Felix, Lloyd Simenson, Elmer E.Oas and Wilmer A. Reetz, left for training for the US Army.
50 YEARS AGO (May 10, 1951)
Janice Witt, Delores Meske and Betty Jo Meske have all entered the "Alice in Dairyland) contest.
40 YEARS AGO (May 11, 1961)
John Mathwig and Joseph Koutney are representing Stanley High in the Badger Boys State and Rosemary Tryboski is for the Badger Girls State.
Archie Van Zutphen was elected commander of the Stanley American Legion Post 112. Richard Huls will be finance officer, Andrew Streck the service officer, Bernard Haase the chaplain, George Rank the sergeant-at-arms and Ornell Anderson the historian.
25 YEARS AGO (May 6, 1976)
Bicycle winners for the poster contest are Julie Nitz, Karen Reppe, Dean Spaeth and Daniel Shakal.
Creative Writing contest winner is Tammy Raether (7th grade). Her teacher is Miss Betty Wells and the title of her essay was "The U.S.A. 100 Years from Now".
OBITUARIES: CLANTON, Irma H 8/9/1909 - 5/2/2001
(Parents: John & Hilda (Ojala) Wiita; spouse: Earl Clanton) CHWALA, Theodore 4/3/1918 - 5/3/2001
(Parents: Oscar "Boots" & Mathilda (Conrad); spouse: Armella Yeager)
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