Memories Gone By
News from Browerville's Past
25 Years Ago
October 19, 1995
Lone Star 4-H members proudly displayed exhibits in the window of Jeff Connors Cabinet Shop. The 4-Hers celebrating National 4-H Week were: Jack Salber, Hannah Bromeling, Greg Salber, Abe Salber, Barbie Bromeling, Krista Schultz, and Shanda Stracek.
The Tigers volleyball offense was sparse against St. John’s because the ball was not returned very often. For the home team, Leah Michael led the attack with eight kills, a tip, and three blocks. She was joined by Melissa Spandl and Erica Jonckowski with three kills each and three and two ace tips respectively. Steph Zigan directed the attack with 10 set assists.
50 years ago
October 22, 1970
The Browerville High School Band will leave town early on Saturday to compete in the Bemidji State College Homecoming parade. The Tigers hope to add another trophy to their collection. This is their first trip to Bemidji State. The 90-member unit is considered one of the finest small school marching bands in central Minnesota.
75 Years Ago
October 20, 1945
An announcement was made this week about the opening of a new Red Owl store. The opening will take place on November 2, and the new store will be located in the Richard Yates building. The grand opening sale will start on November 2 and continue for three days. The new store will be under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thompson.