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Tyler Tribute -Page 2 Wednesda February 22, 2017 Obituaries ..... Edwin Gruhot March 4, 1937 - Feb. 14, 2017 Send on-line condolences at www.hartquistfuneral. Mass of Christian Burial com. for Ed Gruhot, age 79 of Edwin Frank Gruhot was Lake Benton, was Satur- born to Max Gruhot and day, Feb. 18, 10:30 a.m. Lottie Przymus on March at Risen Savior Catholic 4, 1937 in Ghent. In 1958 Church in Brandon, South he married Maria Stanke. Dakota. Visitation was He is survived by his wife Friday, 5-7 p.m. with Ro- Maria; son Jan (Diane) of sary at 6:45 and Prayer Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Service at 7 p.m., all at St. daughter Juliann (John) Genevieve Catholic Church Gille of Elk Point, South in Lake Benton. Burial was Dakota; four granddaugh- in St. Genevieve Catholic ters and two great-grand- Cemetery in Lake Benton. children; sisters Maxine St. He died Tuesday, Feb. 14 Aubin and Darlene Berndt; at his home in Lake Ben- andbrother Donald (Dina) ton. Gruhot. He was preceded Arrangements werepro- in death by his parents vided by Hartquist Funer- and three brothers, Elmer, al Home, Utoft-Johansen Leonard and David. Chapel in Lake Benton. www.rtrschools.org Home of the Knights/ High Scho Events Feb. 20-24 - FFA Week Thursday, Feb. 23 - Girls basketball pigtail; Boys bas- ketball at Dawson-Boyd, 4:45 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25 - Girls basketball at Montevideo, 2:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27 - Boys basketball at Prinsburg, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28 - Girls baskertbail sub-sections at SMSU; ACT testing Middle Sch l Events Thursday, Feb. 23 - Speech at Luverne Saturday, Feb. 25 - Speech at Adrian Tuesday, Feb. 28 - Speech at LQPV Wednesday, March 1 - Brandon Music Festival Elementary Sch lEvents i Thursday, Feb. 23 - JH 4th and 5th gr. Girls in Ruthton, 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24 - JH 6th gr. Boys in Tyler, 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27 - JH 6th gr. Boys in Tyler, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28 - 4-H Afterschool Program; JH 5th gr. Boys in Ruthton, 6:30 p.m.; JH 6th gr. Boys in Iyler, 6:30 p.m. High School Middle School Elementary School PO Box 659 PO Box 310 PO Box B Tyler, MN Russell, MN Ruthton, MN 56178 56169 56170 507-247-5911 507-823-4371 507-658-3301 RTR School Menus Elementary Breakfast and Lunch Wednesday, Feb. 2Z--Breakfast: Cereal, string cheese, fresh fruit Lunch: Homemade beef stroganoff, egg noodles, buttery green beans, cookie, bread, fresh fruit Thursday, Feb. 23--Breakfast: Homemade muffin, yogurt, fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken fajitas, corn, veggie cups with Ranch, fresh fruit Friday, Feb. 24--Breakfast: Cereal, yogurt, fresh fruit Lunch: Cheese pizza, veggie cups with Ranch, fresh fruit, cake Monday, Feb. 27--Breakfast: Waffles, yogurt, fresh fruit Lunch: Spaghetti, salad cups, fresh fruit, garlic bread Tuesday, Feb. 28--Breakfast: Cheesy egg bake, toast, fresh fruit Lunch: Tex Mex stuffed potato skins, green beans, bread, fresh fruit Wednesday, March 1--Breakfast: Cereal, toast, fresh fruit Lunch: Cheese pizza, cookie, fresh fruit Thursday, March 2--Breakfast: French toast sticks, sausage links, fresh fruit Lunch: Sloppy Joe on a bun, French fries, cali- co baked beans, fresh fruit Middle and High School Lunch All meals served with 1% or skim milk, whole wheat bread, peanut butter Wednesday, Feb. 22--Homemade beef stroganoff, egg noo- dles, buttery green beans, fresh fruit, bread, cookie Thursday, Feb. 23--Chicken fajitas, corn, salad bar, fresh fruit Friday, Feb. 24--Cheese pizza, salad bar, fresh fruit, cake Monday, Feb. 27--Spaghetti, salad bar, fresh fruit, garlic bread Tuesday, Feb. 28--Tex Mex stuffed potato skins, green beans, salad bar, fresh fruit, bread Wednesday, March 1--Cheese pizza, salad bar, cookie, fruit Thursday, March 2--Sloppy Joe on a bun, French fries, calico baked beans, fresh fruit COON CREEK TOWNSHIP The Election of officers and the annual town meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at the Russell Community Center. Election hours will be from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at which time the voters will elect a Supervisor for a three-year term and a Treasurer for a two-year term. The annual meeting will commence at 8:01 p.m. In case of inclement weather, the election and meeting will be held Tuesday, March 21. The consideration of adopting mail-in balloting will be discussed at the annual meeting. Lori Grant, Clerk Tribute file photo Arco Senior Citizens gather at the Koffee Kup Kafe regularly. Enjoying the day last week were, left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss, Lucy Bratke, Helen Westphal, Annette Madsen and Henrik Henriksen.--The Tyler Tribute, Wednes- day, Feb. 23, 1977. 75 Years Ago, 1942 Looking Back Saturday evening folk dancing classes with Supt. On Tuesday, Feb. 10, the RTR High School gets H.A. Petersen as instruc- RTR Middle School, RT to host several foreign ex- tar and leader are attend- High School Concert Band change students each year, ed regularly by about 65 and Stage Band presented and every once in a while young people of Tyler and a Winter Band Concert an RTR student also leaves vicinity. Mr. Petersen takes at the high school audi- on a similar program to at- great interest in this type torium. The Stage Band tend school overseas. RTR of recreational activity and performed first, followed senior Hannah Jorgensen has led it for several years, by the middle school band, just did. Jorgensen, daugh- A Valentine party was concert band, and the ter of George and Marga- enjoyed by the fourth grand finale, the combined ret Jorgensen of Tyler, just grade Friday afternoon, bands, of approximatelyreturned from attending After a game, the Valen- 150 students, school in Australia on an tines were handed out The Night Writers wel- A.RS. program. by four postmasters. For comed as guests to their Kristin Fritz of Tyler was lunch they each had two meeting on Feb. 10, Mar- the winner in the 14-year- Valentine cookies, one ba- garet Duus and Elisabeth old girl division at the nana, and caramel corn. Whingelby of Tyler, Rita Knights of Columbus Free The party was enjoyed by Schrum of Litchfield, and Throw Regional Contest all. Barbara DeBates of Rus-held in Slayton. 40 Years Ago, 1977 sell. On Feb. 17 the class5 Years Ago, 2012 There's a new/old silage will meet with Stephen Pe- The RTR Middle School wagon on the north side of ters, writer in residence at Math Team placed third the vocational agriculture Tyler High School. in Class A at the MATH- building in Tyler that pro- 20 Years Ago, 1997 Counts Southwest Chapter rides substantial testimo- The Lady Knights won contest held at Southwest ny to the talents and skills the Camden Conference Minnesota State Univer- of the Highland Vocational Crown last Friday when sity on Feb. 9. The contest Cooperative Center after- they thrashed Minneota consists of two individual noon ag class, alibfwhom 72-37. Balaton defeatedrounds and one team are FF/t members,, The,,, Canby that Bight: The Lady. ,round. Correct answers boys started rebuilding it Knights' win, plus Canby's count toward the team to- last fall. loss, means that RTR has tal. The team consisted of About 20 Arco senior cit- the Camden Conference Dain LaRock, Ryan Fischer, izens meet regularly to en- won. Jacob Petersen and Ross joy dinner and sociability Police Chief AI Rensvold Johnson. at the Koffee Kup Kafe run visited Treasure Box Pre- The RTR Drum Line per- by Mr. and Mrs. Orlando school at Immanuel Lu- formedduringthehalftime Blegen. The group, which theran Church last week. of the RTR Lady Knights fi- calls itself The Old Timers, Rensvold tells the classes nal home game of the sea- has met informally for the about all kinds of safety son on Feb. 13. The group past twoyears.--PHOTO tips. performed a number of 30 Years Ago, 1987 10 Years Ago, 2007 songs by Michael Jackson. Dear Readers, Library Letters It's always excitingwhen By Carla Skjong a popular author ventures into new territory (in this both worked at the St. Paul short stories. case it's dystopian fiction) Pioneer Press. Some call Also new in the fiction and John Sandford has the books Young Adult but department is Book done just that with a new teens and up will enjoyof American Martyrs" by trilogy called "The Singu- this series. Joyce Carol Oates. And for lar Menace." Michele Cook We're happy to add three viewing pleasure we've gets co-author billing on books by Vietnamese im-added the following new "Uncaged," "Outrage," and migrant Viet Thanh Nguy- DVDs: Man Called Ore" "Rampage:' Cook is a for- en including "The Sym- "The Girl on the Train," mer crime reporter who pathizer," which is "part and "The Accountant." met Sandford when they literary historical fiction, Keep reading for prizes part espionage thriller and in the Winter Reading Pro- part satire." We also have gram and enter the Plum Nguyen's non-fiction book Creek Library System's "Nothing Ever Dies (Viet- drawing for the April 8 bus nam and the Memory of triptothe OrdwayTheater War)," and his latest work, in St. Paul to see the musi- "The Refugees" a book of cal "West Side Story." Lake Stay Township Notice of Annual Meeting Notice to residents of Lake Stay Township: The Lake Stay Township annual meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 4 p.m. at the Township Hall (cafe in Arco, MN). At which time all necessary business will be conducted. Election will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on March 14, 2017 to vote for (1) Supervisor for 3-year term and (1) Treasurer for 2-year term. Lake Stay Township Clerk, Norma Renken news 11 /I // OUTREACH CLINICS / z Brookin Dr. Carlson March 8, 22 / // Orthonedic Institute Dr. Chang March 24 ./ / / 4072" 2ndA~nue Dr. Looby March 7, 21, 28 / 605492-7666 Dr. Rothrock March 1 / Dr. Brunz March 2, 16 / / Marshall Dr. Hermanson March 6, 20, 27 / AOAC Clinic Dr. Watson March 16 / 1521 Cadson Slree! / 888-331-5890 / Call to schedule an appointment. / / ORTHOPgDIC /. Orth "" I fitut -F opemc ns e~ .corn ~ I N S T I T U T E / / Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of Marshfield Township, County of Lincoln, State of Minnesota that the Annual Meeting will be on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. In case of inclement weather, the meeting will be postponed until Tuesday, March 21, 2017. The annual meeting will commence at 3 p.m. to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law. Agenda will include setting the levy for 2017 report on the roads, bridges and any other business brought to the meeting. The Annual Meeting will be held at The Rock, use the main door. Note the change in location. Township residents are encouraged to attend. Jolean Faaborg, Marshfield Township Clerk NDERGROUND, LLC SPECIALIZING IN DIRECTIONAL DRILLING OF ALL TYPES: Farm Drainage I Electrical Sewer I Culverts I Water Geo Thermal ALSO: Excavation Demolition Dozer Work Tree Moving Site Work Gravel Call Tony 507-530-6482