Back

Posted 3/30/22

A LOOK Back FROM THE FILES OF THE STANLEY REPUBLICAN COMPILED BY JOSEPH BACK 10 years ago March 22, 2012 First and Foremost! Stanley giving its geese away Committee also learns that Mahr won’t be …

This item is available in full to subscribers.

Please log in to continue

Log in

Back

Posted

A LOOK Back FROM THE FILES OF THE STANLEY REPUBLICAN COMPILED BY JOSEPH BACK

10 years ago March 22, 2012

First and Foremost!

Stanley giving its geese away Committee also learns that Mahr won’t be able to take over deer park Want some geese? The City of Stanley wants to get rid of some.

These aren't the flocks of geese that descend upon Chapman Lake each summer, creating a nuisance. These are nine domesticated geese that are fenced in the deer park.

At a parks committee meeting prior to the Stanley City Council meeting Monday night, chairman Norm Christianson asked the opinion of others around the able.

“I think we should get rid of them,” said Carl Edwardson.

“There’s enough geese to be seen in Chapman,” said Mayor Jankoski.

During a presentation at the last council meeting by Dean Mahr, who had hoped to take over the city’s deer park and raise trophy whitetails, city officials were warned that the domestic geese create problems for the deer, because their waste can get mixed in with the feed.

The consensus was unanimous to give the geese away.

VILLAGE OF BOYD BOARD MEETING On Monday, March 12, 2012.

Meeting called to order by Clerk Sandra Isaacs, in absence of village president, at 7:00 p.m. at Boyd Village Hall. Pledge of Allegiance was recited..

Roll Call: Helgerson, Isensee Schara, Spaeth, Mc-Quillian, Zwiefelhofer were present. Setzer was absent.

Guest: Tom Grunewald and Anson Albarado – County Supervisor Presiding Officer: Motion by McQuillian seconded by Spaeth to appoint Laurie Hel – gerson as presiding officer. Motion Carried.

Agenda: Motion by Schara seconded by Zwiefelhofer to approve agenda with addi- tion of 12A Street Use Permit. Motion Carried.

Concerns of Public: Anson Albarado – County Supervisor stated he will be a candidate for District 8 which includes the Village of Boyd in spring election.

Obituaries: Dorothy Toft Evans 1907 – 2012; Donna Jean Bernklau 1931 – 2012; John Marshall Girard 1926 – 2012 Church directory: Epiphany Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. “Church of the Carillon Tower.”

Maple Grove Bible Church Our Savior's Lutheran Church (ELCA) Holy Family Catholic Church – Father William Felix Methodist Church – John P. Hazen, pastor St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod Remnant Church of God – Ruth Tetzlaff, pastor St. John the Baptist Orthodox Church, Huron. Vespers (night prayer) at Lublin Sacred Heart-St. Joseph Catholic Church, 719 Patten Street, Boyd Stanley Evangelical Free Church – Pastor Mike Thompson Church of the Brethren – Pastor Laurie Natzke; Deacon Jim Shock Heritage Baptist Church – Pastor Tyler Ewer Calvary Covenant Tabernacle – Pastor Barry Acker Trinity Christian Fellowship (now Trinity Vineyard Church) – Pastor Luke Geraty

20 years ago March 14, 2002

Lady Falcons Win 5th Straight NCSC Title At Merrill Tourney The Faith Christian Academy girls basketball team was victorious in defending their Northern Christian School Conference Championship.

The Lady Falcons won the conference traveling tro- phy for the fifth year in a row under Coach Matt Miklasz. Teams members (included) Angela Miklasz, Andrea Roh- land, Kayla Lindgren, Jessica Czubakowski, Brittany Markowski, Hannah Mellor, Joy Van De Loo and Krista Lind gren Also in sports news: Fred Lane and Kyle Thorpe ad vance to kids wrestling State tournament, Nate Steivang and Chad Ryba are awarded All Conference, and Ashley Simon earns girls basketball honorable mention 30 years ago March 19, 1992

Boyd man killed in car crash on North Broadway. Jamie Allen Zubal, 23, was pronounced dead at Victory Memorial Hospital after the 2 a.m. accident in front of Simon’s Feed Mill. No charges are filed as a result of the ac cident.

Open House Planned At New City Shop Building Saturday Construction of the new facility began in April of 1991 with Short – Elliot – Hendrickson as the architect and Wimmer Construction awarded the general contract.

40 years ago March 18, 1982 City Council Takes First Step On Road To Land Acqui sition Appraisals Now Needed, Negotiation Period Begins With the approval of the land relocation order Tuesday night, the Stanley City Coun- cil has taken the first step to ward the acquisition of land needed to build the proposed aerated lagoon system.

The relocation order is the first step in what could be a lengthy proce3ss. And the issue became more confused after an erroneous report in the Wednesday, March 10 issue of the Chippewa Herald-Telegram.

The headline read “City of Stanley reaches out to condemn 55 acres of farmland for waste lagoon,” and the story said, in part, “The Stanley City Council voted 5 – 0 in a special session Tuesday to condemn approximately 55 acres of the John and Dorothy Wozniak farm in the town of Edson.

“They never should have gone that far," said Mayor Les Janisewski. “We didn’t vote to condemn the land.”

50 years ago March 16, 1972

Yellow River News By Mrs. Joe Dubiak Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potapenko Jr. and family were guests at the Jack Goebel home on Thursday evening and celebrated Mrs. Potapenko’s birthday.

Pat Savasta visited relatives in Milwaukee Saturday and Sunday.

Mrs. Joe Dubiak attended her 500 card club on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Gordon McElmurry.

60 years ago March 22, 1962

School’s Bald Eagle To Be Returned Soon Stanley high school’s bald eagle is coming back, thanks largely to the assistance of two Wisconsin congressmen.

Word of imminent return of the eagle, prized central figure of a native Wisconsin bird life display in the high school cafeteria, reached here Tuesday afternoon when Rep. Lester Johnson called the Republican to say that the Department of the Interior had given permission for the bird to be returned to the high school Later, a telegram from Rep. Henry S. Reuss con- firmed the action. Rep. Reuss' wire, addressed to the editor of the Republican, said “Delighted to report that Department of Interior has agreed promptly to return bald eagle to Stanley high school. Thank you for patriotic cooperation in enabling me to help you.”

The bird, obtained for the SHS display in what was believed to be an entirely legal manner, was confiscated late last month by Lyman Reyn oldsen, an agent of the federal fish and wildlife service under the strict laws applying to the “American Emblem bird.”

News from the Boyd Community Mrs. D. A. Sallis Is New Head of Women’s Club The Boyd Woman’s Club met at the home of Mrs. Lou is Moore Saturday evening, March 17th.

The election of officers took place, Mrs. Douglas Sal- lis, president; Mrs. Leo Cyr, vice president; Mrs. Wm. Wolowick, treasurer; Mrs. Henry Willkom, secretary; Mrs. Francis Horne was the program chairman.

Mrs. Francis Horne and Mrs. Louis Moore served a very appropriate lunch for the occasion of St. Patrick’s Day.

Scouts Swim at Eau Claire Boyd Scouts Troop 123 enjoyed swimming at the Y. M. C. A., Eau Claire, Saturday afternoon.

Mrs. William Sye, Pioneer Resident, Has 93rd Birthday Mrs. William Sye celebrat- ed her 93rd birthday Wednes – day, March 14th. She lives with her nephew and family. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dusick, rural Boyd. Her husband passed away a few years ago. They resided in Boyd over 60 years. Mrs. Sye is one of the oldest residents in the vicinity.

70 years ago March 13, 1952 Plan 'Living Memorial' in Earl Maves’ honor Plans for a ‘living memorial here, in honor and memory of Earl Maves, who died Monday morning at Eau Claire of Hodgkin’s Disease, were announced by Mel Steivang, president of a Maves Memorial Fund committee, which was organized organized Tuesday night, on the eve of Maves’ funeral here.

Steivang, high school classmate and close friend of the “Stanley Steamer”,” said that it is hoped that enough contributions will be received to build an Earl Maves Memorial Pavillion at Chapman Park here – where Maves served as recreational director one summer, and he participated in organized city baseball activities in recent years.

The group decided on the memorial pavilion plan as the primary objective because of its utility, its need, its benefits to both Stanley citizens and people throughout the area.

The ‘Game Is Over’ For Earl Maves Death scored the final touchdown in the battel for life so valiantly waged by Earl Maves, during his two-year illness with Hodgkin’s disease. The former University of Wisconsin fullback died at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire, Monday, at 9:30 a.m.

The rare courage displayed by Maves during his illness was typical of the man. That courage, coupled with an in- nate fitness and a modest, friendly demeanor, made him the much-loved hero in his athletic days, and the tragedy of his untimely death brought forth expressions of sympathy from near and far.

(Funeral at First Presbyterian, burial in Oakland Cemetery. Survived by wife Claudia, his parents Mr. and Mrs. Emil Maves, and two sisters, Sharon of Stanley and Mrs. Lionel (Margery) Strand, of Hixton).

80 years ago March 20, 1942

JAPAN LOSES 23 SHIPS TO U.S. AND AUSSIES United States Loses Two In Fiercest battle of War as Japanese land in Java Cheering news from the war front was in a government communique issued Wednesday, which stated that 23 Japanese ships had been put out of action in a fierce battle off the coast of New Guinea. The Japanese losses included two heavy cruisers, a light cruiser, and another cruiser heavily damaged, beached or left burning. The attack was made by American and Australian air forces in which only one Australian plane was lost.

Thorp Girl Wins Honors Belle, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Laurent of Thorp, a senior at River Falls State Teacher’s College, was one of 48 to win a place on the honor roll of the college for the second semester. More than half her credits were of “A” grade. Miss Laurent is a member of the staff of the school paper, “The Student Voice.”

Get Your Camera, Kodak Get your camera or kodak and supply of film now, says Alfred Kristiansen of the Rexall store. They will soon be off the market. A word to the wise is sufficient. Read the Rexall ad.

90 years ago March 11, 1932

BOTH PARTIES CLAIM CREDIT FOR ECONOMY LAWS AT CAPITOL Prohibition Losing Ground in House, Roosevelt Crowding Out Al Smith, Belief (Special to the Republican) Washington, D. C. March 22 – (Autocaster) – The “claim the credit” war between the Administration and the Democratic majority in the House is in full swing. President Hoover started it by issuing a statement. He said that he welcomed economy in the form, that the Administration has cut its budget by $365,000,000 for a starter and how regrettable it was that the supposed further cut by Con- gress of $112,000,000 was really only about$50,000,000, the rest being merely deferred until December.

CANDIDATES IN DEL MAR The following candidates were nominated ta the caudcus in the Town of Delmar on Saturday: Chairman – George Jack- son 69, Andrew Schuebel 20.

First Supervisor – Val Beartlein 57, Peter Duss 34.

Second Supervisor – Frank Dusick, 52, John Cance 28, Thos. Zwiefelhofer 13.

Clerk – John Dusick, unopposed.

Treasurer – Henry Kahlke 58, Louis Hoff 37.

Assessor – Jos. DeBruin 28, Art Perkins 21.

Justice of Peace – (one year) Ed Wettstein; (two years) Mike Drace.

Constable – Louis Seidling

100 years ago March 24, 1922

CRANE TO OPEN WAREHOUSE AT HANNI- BAL L. D. Crane has complet – ed a building for a flour and feed store at Hannibal and the same will be opened to the public tomorrow with a full stock of feeds and flour at Crane prices.

New Books at the Public Library (partial list) The following new books have been received at the Pub- lic Library Non-Fiction Babson – Religion and Business Bailey – For the Children’s Hour Betts – Better Rural Schools 110 years ago March 9, 1912 BOYD Locals Charles Little was in town Monday.

Ed. Doyle was over to Stanley last week.

Chris Ganzel was an Eau Claire caller Monday.

The interior of Barney Et- ten's barber shop caught fire Wednesday but the blaze was extinguished before much damage was done.

120 years ago March 1, 1902 The Northern Wisconsin Live Stock Company. Is about to ship a consignment of livestock to a point in Utah. A man desirous of going west can procure free transportation by accompanying and caring for this car of stock in transit. Apply to J. E. Storey.