News items from the Baldwin Bulletin dated Wednesday, March 31, 1993
Village of Baldwin candidates running for village president and trustees are Judi Scholz, Cornie Zevenbergen, Don Strobush, Gerald Peterson, Don McGee, Ronald Kozeliski, Robert Niccum, and Rolland Rieck.
Seven Baldwin-Woodville teams competed in the regional Odyssey of the Mind competition on March 20 at Amery. The High School “Classics – The Old Man and the Sea” team coached by Mrs. Debbie Mahoney, placed first in the competition and will advance to the state competition at Stevens Point on April 17. Members of the team are Amy Kramer, Jillian Mahoney, Dana Monicken, Jessica Monicken and Carrie Lokken.
March 16, 1993, marked the 50th anniversary of the marriage of Stanley and Lorraine Radunzel.
Clarence W. Voskuil, 84, died March 18 at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, Pomona, Calif.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Peterson, a daughter, March 16.
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Ziemek adopted a son, who was December 31 in El Salvador and arrived home March 6.
Assistant Village of Baldwin Clerk-Treas. Jamie Klund has announced her resignation from that position and will become the new American Family Insurance agent in Baldwin.
Continental Mathematics League is a national contest for outstanding mathematics students. Seven third grade students qualified to participate: Alex Onkka, Nick Mosing, Jeremy Nygaard, Aaron Peterson, Nicole Wahlquist, Jim Hambleton and Kate Heise. These students have been working throughout the year in a math SOAR class with Mr. Benoy and competed in three meets with students throughout the nation. All students performed well. Jeremy Nygaard was the over all winner from Greenfield.
After ten years of planning, the card catalog and circulation system at Viking Middle School library has been automated.
50 Years Ago April 4, 1968
Dr. Donald Dykhouse, a 1966 graduate of Michigan State University, is now associated with Dr. R.L. Rudesill in the Baldwin Veterinary Clinic. A native of Grand Rapids, Migh., Dr. Dykhouse has been practicing in Hortonville before moving here.
The Baldwin-Woodville forensics students traveled to an invitational meet at Durand on March 28 where Sue Chapin won a trophy or presenting the best declamation of all students in the contest.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hansen announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy to Vaughn Jensen son of Mrs. Charles Jensen and the late Charles Jensen.
Earl Newton, Earl Jacot and Gene Volstad where elected to the Baldwin village board at the spring election. Ross Pierson of the Town of Rush River and Russell Gherty of the Town of Erin Prairie will be among seven new members of the county board. In Woodville, Oscar Aaby, Jesse Peterson and Leonard Solum were elected to the village board. Eldert Tymesen, Everett Gullixson and Fred Minks were elected in Hammond.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schulte, Hammond, a daughter, March 30.
Lynn Donkersgoed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Donkersgoed, and a 1967 graduate of Baldwin-Woodville High School, has been selected as the outstanding student at the Eau Claire Vocational Technical and Adult School.
Howard Olsen of Woodville has won a new 1968 car as the top Doughboy salesman in Wisconsin, northern Illinois and northern Michigan.
75 Years Ago April 2, 1943
WAAC Wilma De Master, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt DeMaster of Baldwin has been selected for O.C.S. and leaves for school in a few days at Fort Des Moines, Iowa.
An interesting letter was received from Cpl. Earl Holle by this office, from “somewhere in New Guinea.”
The Rev. Geo. Muyskes of Bryon Center, Mich., has accepted the call of the local First Reformed Church.
Richard Knutson, 43, of Crookston, Minn., a cousin of Mrs. Garry De Young, dropped dead on the street in Baldwin while visiting here this week.
Mgr. Stepehenson announced the installation of a new 80 bushel Feed mixer at the Farmer’s Co-op Product Association, that will speed service for the farmers.
Louis Snoeyenbos Jr. graduated from Quartermasters School at the Great Lakes U.S. Naval Training Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson of Hammond announce the marriage of their daughter Alyce to Tech. Sgt. Jams A. Graslie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gaslie of Baldwin.
A new dairy herd improvement association was organized recently, the St. Croix County D.H.I.A., offers are Art Hanson, pres., Wm. Heebink, vice pres., Oswald Nelson, sec.-treas., director John H. Doornink and Wesley Bernd. William Voskuil was hired as head tester and begins work April 1st.
Al Gregerson has purchased the small farm of Mrs. A.E. Aune, east of Baldwin.