News: Stanley Rep. Historic Locals (Sep 19, 2002)
Contact: Joan M. Benner
----Source: The Stanley Republican, Thursday Sept. 19, 2002, P8
100 Years Ago 20 Sept. 1902 The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a Harvest Home Supper followed by entertainment in recognition of the third anniversary of their organization. - - - - - - 70 Years Ago 16 Sept. 1932 There are 329 students enrolled in the Stanley High School up to this time.
A chapter of the order of Veterans of Foreign Wars was organized at the Auditorium here Wednesday evening. Members of a Marshfield chapter were here to perform the ceremonies and several local men were initiated. - - - - - 60 Years Ago 18 Sept. 1942 Local men entering the service are, from Stanley, Ole Olson, Richard Weyenberg, August Stanek, Jesse Savre, Joseph Korn, Ray Lee and Marvin Korn. From Boyd are Carl Haag, Edward Gindt, Leo Kleiner, Allen Nelson and Paul Meyer. - - - - - - - 50 Years Ago 18 Sept. 1952 Rev. Ernest Detrick comes here from Muncie, Indiana, to serve the congregations of the Stanley and Worden parishes of the Church of the Brethren. He replaces Rev. Dale Kessler in the Stanley church and Rev. Walter Miller in the Worden church. - - - - - - 40 Years Ago 15 Sept. 1962 Dr. V. C. Flaten was appointed to the Stanley-Boyd Board of Education by Mayor D. J. McKenzie Tuesday evening, representing Stanley's First Ward. Dr. Flaten will replace Mrs. Lorraine Kalk on the board, whose resignation was read at the city council meeting and accepted by that body. - - - - - - 25 Years Ago 15 Sept. 1977 Total enrollment at the Stanley-Boyd Area Schools this year is 1,347, with a drop of 34 students from last year's count. New faculty members this year at Stanley-Boyd Area Schools are Ardis Amundson, Connie Fredrickson, Diane Genisio, Steve Otten, Craig Parman and Debbie Parman.
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