News items from the Baldwin Bulletin dated Wednesday, November 25, 1992

Born to Melanie Lockwood and Jason DeShane, a daughter, November 16.

Mrs. Barb Johnson was invited to read in Mrs. Krueger’s fourth grade classroom at Greenfield during Read-A-Loud week.

Mandy Heebink was recognized as the “Star Student” in Mrs. Kreuger’s fourth grade class at Greenfield.

Jill M. Doornink, daughter of James and Marilyn Doornink, Baldwin, graduated with honors from the Milwaukee School of Engineering on November 21. Jill earned a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering, with a minor in management and was nominated as a candidate for “Who’s Who” among students in American universities and colleges.

Chris Borgerson shot a 9-point, 165 pound buck on November 8 while bow hunting in Dunn County.

The Hawks have 11 wrestling letterwinners returning to the team that qualified for the semi-finals in the state team wrestling tournament last year. They are Alvin Peterson, Jeremy Smith, Tim Cormican, Jesse Neely, Matt Oehlke, Chad Veenendall, Jason Iverson, Bart Kooiman and Dustin Veenendall.

Fourteen letterwinners return for this year’s Panther wrestling squad. They are John Hawkins, Mike Jones, Al Meredith, Brian O’Keefe, Andy Johnson, Chris Evens, Quinton Liddle, Jeff Jones, Matt Johnson, Craig Burton, Mike Kappers, Matt Roos, Brad Holzer and Bill Anderson.

50 Years Ago November 30, 1967

Despite 23 points by Jim Bertelson of Hudson, Baldwin-Woodville opened the basketball conference season with a 61-47 win over the Raiders. Lokken had 18 points for B-W as D. Peterson hit 13, Geurkink 9 and Achterhof 8.

St. Croix County recorded its 19 traffic fatality of the year on Saturday when Roy D. Berger, 19, Deer Park, died in a one-car rollover east of Star Prairie.

Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ista, a daughter, November 26.

A debate team has been organized at B-W. It consists of Tim Smith and Richard Pierson, affirmative; Marg Webb and Linda Leaf, negative; Pat Wallesverd and Joan Torkelson, affirmative and Sue Chapin and Rick Griffin, negative.

About 35 friends of the Rev. Geo. Dean Muyskens form the Baldwin area attended his installation service at the Peace Reformed Church in Cedar Crest near Bloomington on Monday. His father, Rev. Geo. C. Muyskens, gave the charge.

Steve Anderson, 17, Glenwood City High school senior and national winner in the 4-H tractor program received a $500 scholarship provided by the American Oil Foundation.

Edwin Erickson of the Town of Eau Galle passed away at the Luther Hospital in Eau Claire on Tuesday.

The Dale Bols are purchasing the Eugene Nelson dwelling in the new West Heights subdivision.

75 Years Ago November 27, 1942

Two silver wedding anniversaries will be celebrated this week Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wevers on November 30 and Mr. and Mrs. John G. Bosman on November 28.

An interesting letter was received from Earl Holle who is now a Corp. and stationed in Australia. He said the climate is cold and lots of rain. He ran into Herman TeGrootenhuis in town one day recently, and they plan to get together for a visit on their next leave.

Inard Erickson passed away at the age of 76 years. They had just returned to Wisconsin from California this fall.

B.E. Grinnell passed away November 18 at the age of 91. Mr. Grinnell operated a drug store in Hammond for many, many years.

Lucky deer hunters – some of tem – are Art Wieberdink, Chris Hanson, Ed Woll, Joe Dupree, Axel Bark, Ira Pundy and W.E. Hawley.

The first deer hunter to return form the Brule territory was Co. traffic officer Walter Schrank. He had his deer at 9:10 Saturday morning.

100 Years Ago November 23, 1917

Among those who are enjoying deer hunting in the north woods are: H.B. Bliesner, Dr. H.A. Smeltzer, Peter DeSmith, and Louis Croggen.

The latest young men form Baldwin to enlist in the Army are Herbert VanderVen and W.R. Holmes, Both are in the Engineering Corps.

Mrs. Thore Thoreson died after a short illness Sunday, November 11 at her home in Woodville.

We are in receipt of a letter from Lieut. E.C. Swenson, who is now in France. Lieut. Swenson says he is feeling fine. It rains there continually and they put on their raincoats at the same time they do their shoes.

Baldwin markets: wheat, $2.08; oats, 61¢; rye, $1.68; barley, $1.20; flax, $3.10; butter, 45¢; eggs, 40¢.

Rev. V.E. Schroeder and J.H. Kotts are among the latest to purchase Ford cars.

Geo. Rosenqvist who has been working in Harlowtown, Montana, has joined the Navy and is expected home for a visit next week.

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