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Yesterday in Marshfield

10:38 AM, Jul. 12, 2013  |  Comments
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10 YEARS AGO: For years, volunteers have kept local museums like Upham Mansion going strong. Sue Buehler spends a lot of time at the Marshfield museum, usually planting flowers and taking care of its garden.

Nearly 90 people turned out for a golf tournament at Marshfield Country Club on Saturday. The event, along with a dinner at Marshfield Columbus that night, was a fundraiser for the Spencer/Columbus prep football team.

25 YEARS AGO: Marshfield Clinic has announced the addition of three physicians. They are Dr. Charles P. Strachan, Dr. Debra Schuster, both anesthesiologists, and cardiologist Dr. Suhail H. Zavaro.

50 YEARS AGO: The Marshfield Clinic has established an amputee clinic, which is held on the second Thursday of each month. A team of Dr. R.A. Pyka, orthopedic surgeon, Jane Grey, physiotherapist, and a prosthetist representing the artificial limb manufacturers conduct the clinic.

75 YEARS AGO: The Fort Wayne Orphans Home Orchestra and Band, Fort Wayne, Ind., presented a concert at the West Side Reformed Church at Greenwood. The concert was the third one of the day, having given one in Humbird in the morning and in Neillsville in the afternoon.

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