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Nancy Heberlein won the all-school conservation speech contest at the Kiel Elementary School.

Frosh class officers are Craig Mey, Roger Christel, Charles Baus and Robert Schoenborn.

Kiel football coach Tom Linnabary performs at a pep assembly as “Tiny Tom,” a take off on ukele-playing Tiny Tim, sparking Kiel to its first homecoming win in 8 years.

Kiel Police Chief Warren Fidlin resigns his position.

Randy Freis scores five touchdowns, recovered two fumbles and three a 30-yard pass from his halfback spot to spark Kiel to a 40-7 win over New Holstein.

Kiel High School Sadie Hawkins cour members included Judy Feld, Gerald Roethel, Jennie Krupski, Tom Kolb, Vicki Kolb, Glenn Reinl and Queen Cheryl Lindemann and King Jim Hoefler.

Approximately 3,000 fans packed the Kiel High School football field to watch Kiel’s hopes of a conference title vanish at the hands of Valders, 54-6.

First team all-conference honors to to football Raiders Randy Freis, Steve Hildebrandt and Jim Hoefler. John Anhalt and Ken Hagenow were named to the second team.

Coach Goodrich’s wrestling team has 37 boys participating this year.

Karen Managan honored as Kiel Harvest Queen.

Sandy Scharenbroch is featured with her state champion three-year-old show-horse and the 90 trophies, 300 ribbons earned along with her sister over the past four years.

Charles Bowe family honored for their work on the Muscular Dystrophy Carnival in Kiel.

Flag raisers for Kiel High School are Randy Theiler, Woody Dahmer, Susan Pritchard and Mary Ruh.

Emery Farrand named Kiel’s new police chief.

Baumann’s Restaurant is a new business on Kiel’s east side, at Highway 67 and Fremont Street.

70 years ago

Isabel Meyer and Gladys Thieleke graduated from nursing school in Chicago.

Record columnist Teedles tells the story about Lt. Carl Dawurske, who managed to navigate his Flying Fortress back to England where his crew parachuted to safety. They then put the plane on auto pilot and sent it back toward Germany to crash as it ran out of fuel.

The Huberty grocery store has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mertens.

Willard Schnur earns a promotion to Corporal at Medical Replacement Training Center.

Lt. Carl Dawurske is listed as missing in action over Germany as of Nov. 13.

The school Christmas Operettta is Santa’s Air Line this year. Wally Berth is Santa. Nancy Johnson is the Christmas Fairy and Donna Kolb is the Queen of Roses.

18-year-old Gilbert Dedering has joined the U. S. Navy.