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DAYS OF OLD – September 12, 2012

10 years ago – Tribune of August 21, 2002

Jeremy Lyons of Glenwood City qualified for and is playing in the U.S. Amateur Championship this week.

Angie Walton was chosen as the new Miss Boyceville, and Kayla Diller the new Jr. Miss Boyceville at coronation ceremonies last Saturday evening. Lori Polonec was chosen as 1st Princess, Stacie Ulrich as 2nd Princess and Miss Congeniality, Amanda Waller was chosen as 3rd Princess, and Allana Smith as 4th Princess.

Matt Schauff, Boyceville Cross Country Coach, was the winner of the 10K Boyceville Library-sponsored Cucumber Run On Saturday. Sarah Zavodny won the Ladies 10K Cucumber Run. The 5K winners were Eric Werner in the male division, and his mother Melissa Moore in the ladies division.

25 years ago – Tribune of August 5, 1987

Would you like to buy $30 worth of food for $12-plus 2 hours of volunteer work for your favorite community organization? If a Glenwood City chapter can be organized, it could begin operation in time for the Sept. 26 distribution. An August 17 organizational meeting at the Glenwood City Community center has been scheduled.

The Connorsville branch office of the National Bank of Boyceville was robbed Monday morning at about 10:45 a.m. A lone masked person with a sawed off shotgun or rifle entered the bank and took an undetermined amount of money.

Eleven contestants are seeking the “Miss Boyceville” crown. They are Jennifer Hakanson, Jill Stuart, Bethany Wisemiller, Stephanie Rooney, Kris Joles, Lori Howard, Ranae Wyss, Kari Hayes, Traci Clark, Jessica Hiben, and Dawn Cormican.

Sara Birnstengel, co-editor of the Boyceville High School newspaper the Boyceville Barks, received a first place award in editorial writing at the Wisconsin Publications Workshop helped at UW-Eau Claire from July 19-24.

50 years ago – Tribune of September 13, 1962

On September 17, children in grades 4, 5, and 6 in the Glenwood City school will begin the study of Spanish with the aid of television and tapes.

Announcement was made this week at the school that ten week school lunch tickets can be bought in advance and at a discount of 25 cents per weekly ticket will be allowed. This applies to either elementary or high school or a combination of the two for the discount.

Myron O. Lee, who has been clerk of the school district here for quite a few years, last week tendered his resignation from that position to the school board. Mr. Lee will retain his position on the school board for the remainder of his term.

60 years ago – Tribune of September 4, 1952

The governor last week signed the Conservation Commission’s deer season order and thus gave it his approval. Now some 275,000 Wisconsin hunters will be able to take forked horn buck deer for a seven day season starting November 22.

On Sunday evening, September 7, at 8:00 the Annual Fall Musical program will be presented at the Hersey Community Bible Church. These musical programs, made up of local talent, have been well received each time by the entire community.

Total enrollment in the Glenwood City-Emerald Schools the first week was 454, twelve above last year’s peak at 442.

95 years ago – The Glenwood Tribune – July 26, 1917

It will no doubt be read with some surprise by Tribune readers that Glenwood City is to have a national bank capitalized for $35,000 and that the new financial institution expects to begin a business about Sept. 1st.

School Clerk English has compiled the census of 1917 in Joint District No. 1, and the totals shown by the numeration total to 325 in the district. The total last year was 339.
The Inter-State Lumber Co. is now moving into its two sightly new office rooms in the Monroe building, corner First and Maple Streets, which it purchased a few months since.

30 years ago – Boyceville Press Reporter – September 2, 1982

Boyceville’s new royalty prepares for a busy year of attending other festivals and parades. Lori Lorenz was named Miss Boyceville of 1982, Sherilyn Wyss was named first princess, and Tracy Stevens was named second princess.

Three members of a rural Boyceville family, including a pregnant mother and her two sons, were killed due to a fire Aug. 25 in their home. Dead are Judy Staves, 26, and her two sons, Ryan, 11 months old, and Rayne, three, Rt. 2, Boyceville. Also killed was the unborn son of Judy Staves.