Time Capsules: History pulled from the pages
Compiled by Kris Leonhardt
Nearly every seat in St. Stephen’s Church was occupied at the 10:30 a.m. services on Sunday, when Rev. Nicholas L. Gross, who was ordained to the priesthood on May 21, offered up his first solemn mass.
Joe Kerkowski, proprietor of an Amherst Village market, was arraigned in county court, charged with selling meat unfit for human consumption.
The second annual concert given under the direction of the department of music, of the State Normal school, was held in the Normal school auditorium. Those appearing included: Miss Ethel Blake, Miss Viola Hoffman, Miss Adlin Schierl, and Edwin Bukolt.
The Polish Legion of American Veterans, Greater Polonia Post No. 185, dedicated a monument on May 27 in recognition of Polish Legion of American Veterans who served their country. The monument is at an entrance to Sacred Heart Cemetery in Polonia.
Two members of Boy Scout Troop No. 222 received their Eagle Scout Awards in a Court of Honor. Kyle Patoka and Ryan Wolf completed requirements for Scouting’s highest honor.
A groundbreaking for a new $2.1 million car rental building at the Central Wisconsin Airport was held June 1 in Mosinee.
Arthur Heinz, of Stevens Point, passed away at age 83. Heinz served in the U.S. Army from Nov. 1950 to Aug. 1952, during the Korean War. He received the Purple Heart and Korean Service Medal.