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Days of Old – 4-15-2015

Days of Old – 4-15-2015

10 years ago
Tribune of March 30, 2005

Boyceville eighth grader Jack Duerst finished second in the 210 pound  weight class a the 2005 Wisconsin Wrestling Federation State Tournament held last week on March 25-26 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.

Four are seeking seats for the Glenwood City School Board in the upcoming spring election: Wayne Bundy, Richard Wagner, Mike Kadinger, and Jon Mrdutt.

Hunters registered 518,630 deer in 2004-2005 Wisconsin deer hunting seasons, the second highest total harvest in state history, and the fourth largest deer season harvest in national history.

25 years ago
Tribune of March 7, 1990

Bob and Ann Schmitt bill their place as Dunn County’s Largest Indoor Flea Market. The Schmitts took over the old K & W General Store building on Boyceville’s Main Street last July, and have opened just before the 4th of July last summer.

Debra M. Beyrer of Connorsville died late Saturday night at St. Paul Ramsey hospital of injuries she received in a two car accident near Amery.

This year’s team recorded the best season The Glenwood City Girls Basketball team history, as they were D-SC Conference Co-Champs, Regional Champs, and Sectional Runner-up.

50 years ago
Tribune of April 29, 1965

A public hearing will be held on Monday evening, May 3, at the Fire Hall in Glenwood City to discuss the proposed new city hall.

Linda Johnson, Alice Engebretson, Linda Coutre, Ardis Fayerweather and Marjorie Trandum are all candidates for the Queen of the Boyceville area. The winner will be chosen on Saturday, May 1.

Do you get the Tribune? If not, this is your chance to have the  Glenwood City Tribune sent to you for the rest of 1965 for only $2.00. This offer is good on new subscriptions only.

60 years ago
Tribune of April 14, 1955

Hersey School District No. 2 of the Town of Springfield has been attached in part to Joint District No. 1 of Woodville and part to Joint School District No. of the City of Glenwood. The action came as a result of a petition signed by residents of the Hersey district asking for the attachment.

The St. Croix Valley Co-op Dairies last week started the local delivery of milk and its other products, and in the very near future the routes will be extended to cover Downing, Emerald, and Forest. Harold Frieburg is the new man on the delivery route.

Mrs. Anna Canfield, Downing, won a $5.00 check as a prize in the Contest Corner of “Milk Time,” a feature sponsored by the Knapp Creamery Co.

95 years ago
The Glenwood Tribune
March 11, 1920

About one hundred and fifty farmers attended the farmers meeting at the opera house Saturday, March 6. An equity mercantile company was formed and will be operated under the Rochdole system.

With the city pump out of commission and waiting the arrival of a repair part from the East, the Glenwood City Dairy Union came to the rescue yesterday. By using one of the fire department’s hoses, water was pumped by the creamery pump into the city mains to the unqualified joy of all concerned.

Light and electricity are in prospect in the very near future for patrons of the Cylon-Forest Electric Co.