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Memories Gone By

News from Browerville's Past

25 Years Ago

October 10, 1996

The Knights of Columbus sponsor a marathon for non-public education annually. Pictured are Christ the King students after they finished walking or jogging around the high school track for almost two hours. Parents and teachers joined the students while the KC’s punched cards for each lap. The KC’s also served hot dogs, chips and milk afterward. The students collected pledges and donations that go directly to Christ the King School. Pictured are Abe Salber, Scott Lieser, Julia May, Mitch Salber, Andrew Tichy, Patrick Hudalla, Krysta Pachan, Jesse Polak, Jordan Ostrowski, Daniel Determan, Mitch Lieser, Jordan Burns, Nate Pachan, Travis Burns, Aaron Remer, Karen Remer, Greg Salber, Jenna May, Joan Meyer, Raymond Krog, Kari Meyer and Kelly Hudalla.


Chuck Gritz and Mel Sudbeck, members of the Driftskipper’s Snowmobile Club, were on hand Saturday afternoon at the first annual Snowmobile Show held at the Browerville Community Center. Plans are being made for another show to be held next year, but maybe earlier in the season. The winners of the four $50 gift certificates were Paul Westerberg, Sandy Reed, Dean Meiners and Mike Rausch.


Jon Miller looked over the damage at Jon and Rita’s Super Valu in Clarissa which was broken into early Monday morning. Clarissa police received a call reporting the break-in at 3:10 a.m. from a passerby who spotted two young guys who had thrown a large rock through the window of the store and took off with cigarettes. The person who reported the incident followed the men’s vehicle out of town for a while but lost it on a gravel road about two miles north.


The Tigers football team clinched a share of the Prairie Conference North Championship with an exciting 29-26 come-back victory over the unbeaten fourth-ranked Bertha-Hewitt Bears at Browerville last Friday. The Tigers won the game despite losing four fumbles in the first half and giving the ball back to the Bears with penalties two other times in the first half.


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