Memories Gone By
News from Browerville's Past
25 Years Ago
January 11, 1996
Greg Spindler, a junior at Hamline University, received the special Lead Pipe Award for the second consecutive year in a row at the annual football banquet held on December 3. The award is given to the player who has the most big hits throughout the season on special teams. Greg has just finished his third year on the Hamline Pipers Football Team. Greg is the son of Jerry and Peggy Spindler of Browerville.
The Browerville Tigers wrestling team traveled to Belgrade on December 28 to make up a tournament that was postponed earlier. The Tigers wrestled well and placed third among eight teams. Three Tigers were individual champions in their weight classes: Adam Brown (130), Mitch Becker (140) and Ben Rolfs (hwt).
75 Years Ago
January 12, 1946
Dorothy Polak, of the Tip Toppers 4-H Club, was one of the Todd County 4-H members who recently received awards for outstanding 4-H achievements. Dorothy’s achievements were in the canning project. She received a $25 war bond awarded by the Kerr Glass Manufacturing Company for being one of the four outstanding members in Minnesota.
Farmers are again reminded that their final income tax return may be filed no later than January 15, with the Collection of Internal Revenue for the district in which they live or do business.