Step back in time: Oct. 1-7 in Hub City history
By Ann Ziegler
Ten years ago
Dr. Philip M. Farrell, dean at University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, received the Marshfield Clinic’s 10th Heritage Foundation Award during a program held in Marshfield.
Twenty-five years ago
Mike Krause had a high game of 254 in recent bowling in the Thursday American League, and Norbert “Nubs” Riedel bowled a 247. Krause had a series high of 643 to Riedel’s 628.
Fifty years ago
Twenty-five members of Millmen’s Local 1733 were distributed the first allotment of pension checks by Herbert Fellenz, financial secretary of the union. Among those receiving checks were Martin Heggelund, Mike Schreindl, and Oscar Moeller.
Seventy-five years ago
Building inspector Peter LeMahieu issued two building permits this week. Henry Mueller was issued a permit for construction of a 10-by-16-foot shed, which cost $75, and the other permit was for Fred M. Thompson to construct a 10-by-18-foot garage at 1608 S. Central Ave., estimated at a cost of $50.