Memories Gone By
News from Browerville's Past
25 Years Ago
November 16, 1995
Kathy Konetzko, the administrator of the Long Prairie Memorial Nursing Home, accepted a $1000 donation for the bird aviary at the nursing home from Jack Dressen, representing the Browerville Lions Club. The bird aviary brightens the newly remodeled lounge and is a highlight of the day for many of the residents.
The 1995 Tigers football season came to an end last Friday night in the first round of the State Tournament, as they lost to a powerful team from Clearbook-Gonvick 22-54. The Tigers finish the season with a record of 10-2 and their sixth straight section title.
75 Years Ago
November 17, 1945
“Where’s Grandma,” the senior class play presented last Friday, proved to be one of the best of the many fine presentations made by high schoolers in the past few years. Those who participated in the play were: Joan Gaida, Alice Mary Holler, Robert Bentz, James Heid, Audrey Zappe, Marylin Murphy, Joan Gardner, Glenn Schroeder, and Eileene Obitz.
Miss Tillie Tarnawski entertained the members of the senior class play at dinner at the Bassett home on Tuesday night. Following the dinner, 500 was played.
50 Years Ago
November 19, 1970
Four Browerville Tigers were named to the Prairie All-Conference: Al Johnson, LeeRoy Host, Gary Bentz, and Al Lundstrom.