50 years ago
Jaycees hold successful clergyman’s golf tournament
Rev. Walt Hatchner of Fergus Falls and Rev. Ray Williams of Bemidji were the top trophy winners at Monday’s Clergyman’s Golf Tournament, sponsored by the local Jaycees.
PHS gridders prepare for 1969 season
Sixty-five players reported for football practice last week according to head coach Larry Hauer. They were headed by returning senior lettermen Gary Knutilla, Vince Moore, Tom Olson, James Palubicki, Gary Warner and Dick Wegscheid.
Dulski named assistant Moorhead high school principal
Donald Dulski has been named assistant principal at Moorhead HIgh School. Dulski, whose hometown is Perham, has been active in baseball all his life and continues to play. Mr. and Mrs. Dulski have three daughters, Sandra, 10, Andrea, 7, and Karen, 7 months.
From the Thursday, Aug. 21, 1969, Perham Enterprise-Bulletin
25 years ago
Retirement time for Drahmann
Perham’s first-ever librarian, Catherine Drahmann is retiring. “I remember going to the library as a small girl,” she said. “It was only open a few hours a day on Wednesdays at the time, but it was a rare Wednesday when I failed to go there to pick up my weekly book. Drahmann was officially asked to be a volunteer in 1958, after spending years stocking the shelves.
Child care center solidifying
Local representatives gathered to discuss a community child care center for Perham. Current plans are for a facility that can handle between 60 and 100 children. The center will be a nonprofit, taking advantage of alliances with the school and hospital in an effort to serve the community of Perham and surrounding area.
School bus changes -- troublemakers will get in trouble
A change in the law turned school bus riding into a privilege, not a right. The result is that it will now be easier for drivers to keep students from getting rowdy on buses, because it now becomes easier to kick them off the bus if discipline is poor. If a student violates the rules, the driver will fill out a report. Once a report is filed, a student loses riding privileges for at least a day.
From the Thursday, Aug. 25, 1994, Perham Enterprise Bulletin