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Compiled by Joseph Back 10 Years Ago May 26, 2011 The Class of 2011 and their future plans! (as shared at the time) Zineh Askaoui; Samantha Barr: Attend UWEC for mathematics education in fall Jonas …

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Compiled by Joseph Back 10 ….


Compiled by Joseph Back

10 Years Ago May 26, 2011

The Class of 2011 and their future plans! (as shared at the time) Zineh Askaoui; Samantha Barr: Attend UWEC for mathematics education in fall Jonas Barsing: Study to be a pilot.

Kayla Bathke: Graduate, get out of my parent’s house, start school, raise my family and stay clear of high school drama.

Mara Bichanich Shannah Boiteau Phillip Bowen-Brazell Victoria Brain: Got to Barron County for some form of education, long story. Short story: I want to be a superintendent. No big deal.

Juliana Burzynski Kashin Carpenter: It’s a secret.

Hannah Catt: Attend Indiana University-Bloomington for a major in political science, then continue on to law school.

Jason Ciokiewicz: Working.

Justin Ciokiewicz Brandon Cornell Courtney Cox: I will be attending CVTC to get my CNA. Then, I would like to go onto be an RN.

Zoey Czech: I will be attending UW-Whitewater to study accounting.

Zachary Dekan Liberty Eslinger Natasha Ferguson Elizabeth Gerritts: Go to school for nursing. Attend CVTC for Associate’s Degree, then transfer to UW-EC or UM-Rochester.

Neil Hebert: Attend UWOshkosh, major in Radio/TV/ Film, play baseball for the Titans. Become a broadcaster.

Jami Hodowanic: I will be attending CVTC in the fall to pursue a degree in nursing. Once I have finished this, I

will be transferring to obtain my bachelor’s degree.

Joseph Jackson Cody Junker: My plans are to take the Ag course at CVTC and farm. I also plan to continue raising bulls and selling them for breeding.

Megan Kane Austin Kirckof Andrew Koepl Andrew Lepak: I will be attending UW-Stout and will be majoring in business/ marketing.

Mark Lewallen Sam Leudtke Tyler Mahal: Attend UWMadison to pursue a degree in actuarial science.

Courtney Mahr: I plan to attend UW-River Falls in the fall majoring in elementary education with a minor in Spanish.

Marissa Mahr. My educational and career goals are to attend UW-Madison, obtain a degree in dairy science, and then attend graduate school to become a large animal veterinarian, specializing in genetics and reproductive health. I will also be a member on the Badger track team.

Shelby Mahr: I will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater next fall, and I plan to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

Mindy Manley: Attend UW-River Falls and major in animal science.

Jesse Marion: Attend CVTC.

Brent Mason: Attend CVTC for animal science and have an ag-related job.

Bryan Mason: Attend Fox Valley Technical College for natural resources.

Mason May: I am attending the University of St. Thomas and I am majoring in accounting.

Jiles McCauley Austin Milas: CVTC for liberal arts, Down the road, I will transfer to a four-year university for an undecided major (Note: CVTC offers guaranteed credit transfer with this option).

Evan Mitchell Joseph Moeller Bryan Nitz Kayla Ogle: Attend CVTC for physical therapist assistant.

Kayla Okerglicki: I plan on attending UW-River Falls for elementary education and premed.

Rachel Okerglicki: Attend UW-Eau Claire in the fall for business administration.

Taylor Paramoure Rick Peggar: Attend UWPlatteville to become an engineer.

Brittany Rajek: I plan to go to CVTC in their liberal arts university transfer program and transfer to Stout majoring in counseling, specifically in

school counseling.

Freddy Ramp: I am planning to attend CVTC in the fall for the diesel technician program.

Brittany Roshell Ashley Sarafin: I plan on

going to CVTC in the fall. I will be going for the nursing program.

Dalton Schmitt Kayla Schmitt: I plan to go to CVTC for agriscience. Later, I may go on to be a large animal veterinarian.

Karissa Setzer: I plan on attending CVTC for pharmacy technician, moving out of my parent’s basement would be a pretty sweet deal too.

Jacob Shilts Teale Shilts Erin Supple Jayme Soeller: I will be attending CVTC for two years and then I will be going to UW-Stout to continue my education for my bachelor’s and maybe my master’s degree(s). I will be studying to be an alcohol and drug abuse counselor.

Chelsea Spaeth: Going to UW-Oshkosh to pursue a degree in criminal justice.

Michael Starck Matthew Steinmetz: My plans are to go to St. Norbert’s College in DePere. I plan to major in political science and history. Possibly, I will continue schooling for my law degree. I also plan to play football for St. Norbert’s.

Tyler Steinmetz: Attending school at CVTC.

Justin Summerfield: Going

to CVTC to become a civil engineering technician.

Valerie Swartz: I plan on attending UW-Green Bay and majoring in Design Arts and Communication.

Stephanie Symbal: Attending the Salon Professional Academy.

Lyndsey Thorpe I plan to attend the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and major in kinesiology.

Zachary Wald: Go to CVTC and get an associate’s degree in the electrical mechanical field. After that, I will get a

full-time job and buy a house.

Brittany Walters: I am attending the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay in the fall. I am entering the nursing field to become a

pediatric nurse. After getting my bachelor’s degree, I plan to get my master’s degree.

Joshua Wenzel Jared Westaby: Attending CVTC and transferring to University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire for accounting.

Jamie Weyenberg: Attend UW-Stout and complete a degree in applied science in order to go into pre-veterinary.

Lindsey Wiese: I’m planning on going to college at The Salon Professional Academy for cosmetology in Eau Claire, then eventually, start my own salon.

Daniel Williams: Study as a seminarian for the Diocese of LaCrosse at the University of St. Thomas majoring in philosophy and Catholic studies.

20 Years Ago May 24, 2001 S-B Top Ten Announced: Anne Dirkes; Amy Johnson; Anna Larson; Misty Leech; Nicole Lisecki; Jennifer Ambramczak; Debra Dawson; Ashley Lingen; Kristin Chwala; Tanya Kmieciak Miss Boyd candidates Laura Backhaus; Leslie Bourget; Julie Schuebel A Bee in the Hornet’s Nest Dave Boyea quoting Wilbur Bridgman on Memorial Day, from 1931: The day had its origin in recognition of the sacrifice

of the soldiers of the Union Army in the Civil War. The heritage that they gave us in return for their sacrifice is a

united country. Without the

sacrifice, this country would

have eventually been divided into two nations. One by one, the veterans of that war have passed until only a scattering few remain. They are symbols of a glorious national history. The soldiers of a later war have assumed the task of leading in a proper tribute to the surviving and the dead of the older generation. They do well to do this for they keep alive the estimate that a grateful nation should place on its soldiers. All too soon will come the day when others must keep alive the memories of the deeds of the World War. Who shall do it if the boys and girls of this generation (in 1931) are allowed to forget or are never taught that their fathers once held the honor of their country dearer than life.

70 Years Ago May 31, 1951 63 graduates from Class of 1951 Walter Brovald Looks Back: Last week, pressed for space on the editorial page, I had to pull out a “Way Back When” item that’s too good to forget about entirely. Here it is – read to make you begin mumbling about how things ain’t the way they used to be.

• • • The new Presbyterian Church was dedicated. The new church is clear of all debt. The statement of cost of the church: for lot $210; sidewalk and insurance, $28.46; foundation, cellar and plastering, $309; carpenter work, $205; other labor, $63.67; painting, $53.05; lumber, millwork and other material, $908.88; furnace, $110; leaded glass windows, $100. The Ladies Aid paid for seats, $185; organ, $60; pulpit chairs, $40; lighting, $25; painting, $25; tables, etc., $10. Total cost $2,393.96.

80 Years Ago May 30, 1941 TWO LARGE SHIPS SUNK IN ATLANTIC Britian’s Hood and Germany’s Bismarck Destroyed. Louis Retains Boxing Crown England’s largest battleship, The Hood, costing 26 million dollars, was sunk by the Germans, last Saturday near Iceland, with 1300 men aboard.

The German battleship Bismarck*, pride of the German navy and destroyer of Britian’s Hood, was sunk by aerial torpedos, Tuesday, near the coast of France.

Joe Louis, world’s heavyweight boxing champion, scored a technical knockout over Buddy Baer in the sixth round of their scheduled 15-round fight,

Friday evening at Washington, D. C.

*Found in June 1989 by Dr. Robert Ballard, discoverer of the Titanic four years earlier. The H.M.S. Hood was found in 2001 by a team lead by David Mearns.

Local news: Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Johansen on Monday, May 26, a daughter.

Mrs. Anton Heiting entertained St. Ann’s Circle at her home on Thursday evening. Mrs. Cora Schmeider won first prize and Mrs. Math.

Gruber won second.

90 Years Ago June 5, 1931

BIG GUN MEMORIAL FITTINGLY DEDICATED ON SATURDAY Sea Coast Ordnance Placed by Members of Legion Post. Memorial Exercises One of the most successful Memorial Day programs and dedications was held at the Soo Line Park on Memorial Day, May 30th. The sea coast gun which was mounted by Victory Post No. 112, American Legion, was dedicated at this time and the address of the day given by Hon. P. J. Murphy of Chippewa Falls.

100 Years Ago May 27, 1921 46 young people graduate;

Rev. Geo E. Griffiths of the

Presbyterian Church gives baccalaureate address on Sunday evening at eight o’clock, at the Lutheran Church.

BOYD TO OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY ON SUNDAY C. B. Culbertson to Speak and Cavalry Troop to Parade; All Churches and Schools Participate The people of Boyd will formally observe Memorial Day on Sunday afternoon under the auspices of Walter Nelson Post No. 326, American Legion. C. B. Culbertson of this city will deliver the address and Cavalry Troop C will attend and participate in the parade.

This is the first time that

Boyd has formally observed Memorial Day.

The exercises will occur at 1:00 p.m. o’clock P.M. and will be followed by a parade to the cemetery and decoration of the soldier’s graves. It is likely that many people from Stanley will attend.

110 Years Ago May 27, 1911 INTER-CLASS TRACK AND FIELD MEET The boys of the High School have exerted their athletic interest this spring in track and field sports. The boys have

selected this work rather than

attempt to handle the financial

end of the management of a Base Ball team. A further thought in introducing the field athletics is that the few

weeks of school in the spring offers such a short career for a base ball team, while the participants in the track athletics may train, and then hold an inter-class contest for the various records at the end of the school year.

With this in view the boys in the several class of the H.S. have organized teams and will hold a meet Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the Fair Grounds. A first in any one of the contest

counts 5 points , a second 3 points and a third place 1 point.

The class whose representatives win the most points, wins the meet. There is, furthermore, a prize up for the individual who wins the most points. The prize consists of a large Stanley Banner being offered by Mr. A. M. Berg. An admission fee of 25c will be charged.

The list of events in as follows: 100yd. dash; 220 yd. dash; 440 yd. dash; ½ mile run; 1 mile run; Relay races; High jump; Pole vault; Broad jump; Shot put; Discus throw; Hammer throw.

120 Years Ago May 25, 1901 20TH CENTURY CLASS.

Graduation Exercises of the Stanley High School Next Thursday Night.

Next Thursday evening, May 30th, occurs the “20th Century Class” of The Stanley High School. The graduates are five in number and their names are, –Effie R. Horton, Margaueritte Devine, Myrtle M. Ruscher, Roy S. Johnson, and Ferne A. Smith. Effie R. Horton will officiate as salutatorian while Ferne A. Smith is the Valedictorian of the class. The class motto is, “The Door of Success is labeled “PUSH.” A departure from the usual routine will be a commencement address by Prof. W. C. Hewitt of the Oshkosh Normal School which cannot fail to be highly instructive and entertaining. Prof. Hewitt being one of the foremost educators of the state.