Memories Gone By
News from Browerville's Past
25 Years Ago
January 18, 1996
Members of the Browerville Administration, faculty, and support staff raised $825 to help the Dreher family with expenses. Jamie Dreher lost his leg Christmas Eve when he was tangled in a silo auger on their farm east of Browerville. The Browerville teachers also sent a separate check for $250 last week.
Eight milk storage tanks, ranging in size from 5000 to 30,000 gallons, were removed from the Land O’ Lakes plant in Browerville. It took crews three days starting on Thursday and finishing on Saturday, to remove all the tanks. Two of the tanks are going to Wisconsin, but the others are headed for California after they are re-manufactured.
On Tuesday, the Tigers traveled to Sebeka and lost 46 to 48 in overtime. Leading scorers were Stacy Gonsior with 17 points and Jessie Frisch with eight. Leading rebound leaders were Gonsior with eight, Lamusga with six, and Reibenstein with six. The Tigers were only 8/27 from the free-throw line.
On Friday, January 12, ten students from Christ the King School participated in the National Geography Bee finals. After 10 rounds of difficult questions, Josh Salber became the winner. He will take a written test that will be sent to the state to be graded. He could qualify for state competition.