Step back in time: Jan. 22-28 in Hub City history
By Ann Ziegler
Ten years ago
Glenn and Shirley Spindler recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. They were united in marriage Jan. 14, 1957, and lived in Michigan for about 42 years before moving back to Marshfield.
Twenty-five years ago
The season honor roll lists for area bowlers added Marcy Bell, who rolled an honor count 632 with games bowled of 212, 222, and 198 this week to lead all women bowlers. For the men, Jeff Krall led the series high list with his 733 series of games of 232, 245, and 256, and Bill Apfel was next in line for the men with an honor count 700 series.
Fifty years ago
Four of Flossy Gust’s boxers who represented the group at the Golden Gloves tournament recently held at Fond du Lac advanced to semifinal matches. Flossy Gust winners included Mike Kieffer, Ron Brown, Wayne Brown, and Jerry Weber.
Seventy-five years ago
Vocational classes under the national defense program were to begin operating 56 hours a week instead of 30 hours beginning Feb. 3, 1942. Director L. H. Dressendorfer announced that the longer hours would lead to a faster turnover rate in those being trained in machine shop and welding courses, thus making the classes available for more people.