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Memories Gone By

News from Browerville's Past

25 Years Ago

April 24, 1997

Becky Winter and Leroy Smith examine the door where thieves broke into the Browerville Vet’s Club last week. Winter discovered the break-in early Thursday morning. Smith, of Smitty Music and Vending, was busy checking out his vending machines. One machine was damaged in the break-in at Eagle Bend. Bill Jedlicka, Manager of the Clarissa Liquor Store, is cleaning up the mess made during the burglary where thieves made off with pull tab money.


Rebecca Reibestein, daughter of Kathy Reibestein and Ray Reibestein of Browerville, participated in the Catholic Worker Movement alternative spring break service trip at the College of St. Benedict and St. Johns’ University.


On Thursday, April 17, the girls traveled to Upsala and lost 10-22. The Tigers had only been outside on a field once, the day before. Plus the fact that we have five players starting varsity for the first time and six players starting at a totally new position on varsity. I was happy to see how well we played on the field and hit the ball. Pitcher Jenny Biermaier gave up 10 walks and had one strikeout, Kim Foote gave up 11 walks and four strikeouts and Kelly Spandl gave up one walk and one strikeout.


Christ the King School recognized their many volunteers at a prayer service Friday. The school is fortunate to have over 50 volunteers who serve in such ways as band walkers, librarians, lunchroom aides, and more. Volunteers recognized were: Deb Mickelson, Ralph Van Kemper, Mary Gallus, Teresa Perish and girls Tracy and Rachel, Kathy Wagner and children Layra and Tony, Roxanne Determan, Greg Chock, Doris Lieser, Bex Biermair, Bernadine Chock, Lucille Hoelscher, Karen Brever, Romaine Winkler, Kari Salber, Albina Biermaier, Eunice Borgert, Fred Becker, Sandy Blenkush, Vince Leisen and Catherine Krog.


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