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Yesterday in Marshfield

3:48 PM, Dec. 27, 2012  |  Comments
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10 YEARS AGO: Community support is making a big difference for a town of Richfield family which lost everything in a recent blaze. Jerry and Mary Taylor were able to salvage some pictures from their home at 9152 Highway T, but everything else, including Christmas presents, was destroyed by fire.

Media from around the world took notice when Elaine and Louis Hagedorn of Neillsville had twins, their fourth set, 49 years ago. The Hagedorn twins are Diane Murphy, Donna McDonald, John Hagedorn, Jerald Hagedorn, Lois Oldham, Louis Hagedorn Jr., Bonnie Thoma and Bruce Hagedorn, with seven of them still living in the Neillsville area.

25 YEARS AGO: New London High School Agriculture teacher Don Cutler was awarded the Honorary American Farmer Degree at the National FFA Convention in Kansas City last month. Cutler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cutler of Arpin and a 1964 graduate of Auburndale High School.

50 YEARS AGO: The newest church in the city of Marshfield, the Church of the Nazarene, set an attendance record Dec. 23. Fifty-three persons turned out for the church's first Christmas program and the church membership presented the Rev. and Mrs. James D. Mellish with gifts.

75 YEARS AGO: Ninety Wood County farmers will be hosts to Wood County businessmen at the Richfield Town Hall on Jan. 18, according to County agent H.R. Lathrope has announced.

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