Step back in time: Nov. 12-18 in Hub City history
By Ann Ziegler
Ten years ago
Marshfield artist Gene Wesley has been working on a mural at the Smiley dental offices at 504 S. Chestnut Ave. this summer and autumn. Another of Wesley’s murals can also be seen on the outside walls of the Kitchen Table Restaurant on the corner of Maple Street and East Third Avenue.
Twenty-five years ago
Philip Stromme, a senior at Marshfield Senior High School, earned his Eagle Scout Award at ceremonies held at the Marshfield School Forest. Philip is the son of Christine and Peter Stromme.
Fifty years ago
Chosen as this year’s Marshfield Firm of the Year was Wenzel Farms. On Jan. 18 the sausage manufacturing company would be honored at the Industry Appreciation Night at the Elks Clubhouse.
Seventy-five years ago
The U.S.O. mixed doubles bowling tournament was held Saturday and Sunday at Hub City Alley. Taking first were Mr. and Mrs. John Seidl with 1122, and Mrs. Seidl also had the highest single game (220) and series (563) for women.