News: Stanley Rep.
Locals (Oct. 11, 1902-1977)
Contact: Joan M. Benner
----Source: Stanley Republican, Oct 10, 2002, Page 8
100 Years Ago 11 Oct 1902 Miss Bessie Goodrich of Augusta has been employed by the school board to take charge of the new school department on the south side.
Rev. and Mrs. O. G. Dale have taken up their residence in the Hollenbeck house, recently purchased by the Presbyterian Ladies Aid for a parochial residence. - - - - - - 70 Years Ago 07 Oct 1932
T.A. Hoidahl received a beautiful chrysanthemum plant in full bloom and greetings in the Norse language from his brothers and sisters in Norway on Wednesday, in honor of his 70th birthday. - - - - - 60 Years Ago 09 Oct 1942
At a meeting of the city council on Tuesday evening, Bernard E. Sleger was appointed to the board fo education to succeed Mrs. S. P. Harless, who has resigned.
Eidsvold--Farmers are having a hard time getting their silo corn cut. Quite a few have turned their cows into the fields. The hard frost and then the snow of two weeks ago damaged most fields so there is very little silage this fall and that is of poor quality. - - - - - - - 50 Years Ago 09 Oct 1952
On Tuesday of this week, Jess Green moved his insurance agency into his new office building on the west side of Broadway. - - - - - - - 40 Years Ago 11 Oct 1962
The recently completed school census in the Stanley-Boyd District shows a total of 2,599 children in the district.
Murnie Anderson was appointed by the Stanley City Council last Wednesday evening to fill the vacancy on the Stanley-Boyd Area School Board from the town of Worden. Anderson will replace Arthur Samuelson, who resigned last month. - - - - - -- 25 Years Ago 06 Oct 1977 Mary Wozniak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wozniak, was crowned the new Chippewa County Farm Bureau queen at the organization's annual dinner last week in Jim Falls. Mary is a senior at Stanley-Boyd High School.
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