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– Courier-Sentinel Lookback –

– Courier-Sentinel Lookback –

10 Years Ago – 2009

Mindy Joas opens Relaxation Station on Main Street, in Cadott, as part of New Creations. The business, which also holds Skin Deep Beauty Permanent Cosmetics, is fast becoming known as the Cadott spa place.

20 Years Ago –1999

Todd Pahl’s property four miles south of Cornell on State Hwy. 127, is home to Santa, his eight reindeer and Rudolph, perched on an old silo, merrily waving to passersby. A full display of other Christmas lights and figures is also featured for those traversing the road.

30 Years Ago – 1989

The Cadott wrestling team gets a 36-26 win over Neillsville, the first in a decade. Coach Ed Lenard calls the dual meet a super win for the program.

40 Years Ago – 1979

Rick Stautz fills the vacant Cornell engineering job and also assumes the role of public works director. Stautz and his wife, Kim, along with their eight-month-old son, were drawn to Cornell, for its small community environment, having come from small, rural towns themselves.

50 Years Ago – 1969

Attorney Russell Falkenberg announces that his new law office is now located in the newly remodeled building on Ginty Street in Cadott, in what was the Tom Tobola Ford showroom. Falkenberg purchased the property in August, while the west half of the building is occupied by George Olinski’s Cadott Radio and TV business.

60 Years Ago – 1959

The Church of God in Cornell, plans an outdoor living nativity scene on the church lawn, inviting the public to observe the holy reenactment.

100 Years Ago – 1919

With a few shopping days still left before Christmas, A. J. Edminster & Co. offers specials on practical gifts for any couple. For ladies, comfy house slippers are $2.25 a pair, while men’s Hudson seal fur caps are $12. For men or women, handkerchiefs are available in plain or fancy variety.