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Tyler Tribute - Page 2 Our Town Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Host student through exchange program World Heritage Student Exchange Program is now looking for American fam- ilies to host high school students from Eurasia. All these exceptional students have received scholarships through the U.S. State Department-sponsored Future Leaders Exchange Program (FLEX) and will spend an academic year in the U.S. This historic program seeks to foster democracy and values in- herent in a free market economy. Your support of these students and this program reinforces the United States' commit- ment to education and op- portunity throughout the world. World Heritage is cur- rently seeking host fami- lies for these well-qual- ified, bright, motivated and well-screened stu- dents coming from Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Arme- nia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. By living with local host families and attending local high schools, FLEX scholarship students acquire an un- derstanding of American values and build on leader- ship skills. From the begin- ning of this program, FLEX scholarship students work together after returning home to share what they have learned while in America and are making a significant difference in their home countries! To become a host fam- ily or find out more about World Heritage and the prestigious FLEX Program, please contact local Area Representative Courtney Wade, at (866)-939-4111, or 1-800-888-9040 (toll free), via email at Court- ney@World-Heritage.org or visit www.whhosts.com. World Heritage looks for- ward to welcoming you to the ranks of host families nationwide contributing to world peace and under- standing through student exchange programs. BE singles dance to be held April 6 Beginning Experience of Southwest Minnesota, a nonprofit support group for divorced and widowed people, is sponsoring a singles dance as a fund- raiser. The dance is being held on Saturday, April 6 from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the American Legion Hall, 117 S. Hiawatha, Pip- estone. Music will be pro- vided by Mylan Ray. All singles and alumni 21 and over are welcome. Photo courtesy of Minnesota Farm Bureau Farm Bureau at the Capitol Over 100 Farm Bureau members from across Minnesota met with legislators on March 19 during a Farm Bureau Day on the Hill. This program is an annual event coordinated by the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation Public Policy Team. Among top issues Farm Bureau members focused on were a moratorium on wolf hunting and trapping, state estate tax, state biofuel requirement and fourth tier income tax bracket. Pictured left to right are Glen Gruff, Dave Van Loh, Tim Han- sberger, Carolyn Van Loh, Harris Byers, Alan Roelofs, Michael Wojahn, Represen- tative Rod Hamilton (R-Mountain Lake} and Karen Sell. Family Council Supper enjoyed on Thursday Friday morning we did our daily exercises and in the afternoon we were disappointed because our music entertainment didn't show up. In ac- tivities, we always have a Plan B just in case Plan A doesn't work, so we had a sing-along with an Irish music video. We always have a good time singing. We visited during social time. Shirley Schnell set hair for the ladies today. Saturday morning we exercised and in the after- noon we played Noodle- ball. Later in the afternoon we watched "Fun Time Polka." Sunday morning we ex- ercised and in the after- noon Immanuel Lutheran led our afternoon church service. Lois Studemann played piano for our hymns. We are so thankful to have Lois play for our church services on Sunday and devotions on Thurs-, days. She has been a dedi- cated volunteer for many, many years. Our Sunday Night at the Movies movie was "Har- vest of Fire." Monday morning we ex- ercised. In the afternoon we played Bingo. Joyce Thomsen helped with Bingo. We played Kings in the Corner later in the af- ternoon and in the evening we played Yabingobunk. Today was National Oat- meal Cookie Day. Tuesday morning we exercised and in the after- noon we made chocolate chip cookies in our bak- ing group. We pampered the ladies with manicures. In the evening we played Bingo. Betty Christensen helped with Bingo. Lana Alderson set hair for us today. Wednesday morning we had Catholic Commu- nion and exercised. Agnes Thooft led Catholic Com- munion. In the afternoon we played Luck. Some res- idents tried their llvvith Wii Bowling while others watched. In the evening we had a discussion and had a lot of laughs during Good Old Days. Sunrise Manor News Thursday morning Pas- tor Lyle led our devotions and offered communion. We exercised and in the afternoon The Senior Shop came and some residents did some shopping. In the evening we had our Fam- ily Council Supper and enjoyed a delicious meal. Marcia Kells, Nurse Prac- titioner, was our guest speaker and it gave the residents and families a chance to get to meet her. Our visitors this week were: Sophie DeVos and El- len visited Lilian Zajic; De- loris Dagel visited Marian Duus; Gall Newell visited Ruth Hansen; Mike Prairie visited Ruby Cichos. Our sympathy goes out to the family of Evelyn Carr. Humor of the day-- "Don't knock the weather. If it didn't change once in a while, nine out of ten peo- ple couldn't start a conver- sation!" Have a great week from our home to yours! Think spring! Busy and COLD in Tyler Well, it's been a while since my last article in the Tyler Tribute. I took sever- al weeks' vacation in Feb- ruary and have had plenty of work since I returned to the COLD, the snow, the ice, the wind and the COLD. Did I just write "the COLD" twice? I suppose I'm still missing Maul As weird as it sounds to say, Tidy-Up Tyler Days is just around the corner. It still seems way too COLD to be talking about April-- but nevertheless, I'm told that April will arrive soon. As part of Tidy-Up Tyler City Corner By Bruce Williams, city administrator Days, the City will once again pick up bulky items curbside for free. We will be running an ad in the Tyler Tribute announcing the day and reminding residents of what can and cannot be placed curbside. Last year's event resulted in large-scale participa- tion and I'm hoping that residents will once again take advantage of this free cleanup opportunity. The City is currently looking for lifeguards to supp, ement Sprcj00l Arid color for o.ly $ZO! For only $20 extra any size ad Will run in full color. COMING SOON -- Buffalo Ridge Newspapers will be printing a special Home and Garden supplement to the Tyler Tribute, Hendricks Pioneer and the Lake Benton Valley Journal. Talk to us today about promoting your business or service in our supplement -- for one low price your ad will receive distribution across all of the communities our three newspapers cover! Publication Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 Advertising Deadline: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 For more information, stop by any of our offices or give us a call. Tyler 507-247-5502 ] ttendricks 507-275-3197 ] Lake Benton 507-368-4604 eUTfr!uaie I.OHenl!  gneer "LaOkWSo nPV9 p dou!n s staff the municipal pool this year. I know it sounds way, way too early and way, way too COLD to be thinking about a summer job. But again, I'm told that despite the current COLD, summer will arrive. There will be a new slide at the pool this year but we will need lifeguards to make it all happen. Please call or stop by the City Office to obtain an employment ap- plication if getting paid to hang out at a swimming pool sounds like a plan to you. While spring is starting out COLD, it will be a busy season for Tyler this year. New weather warning si- rens will be installed, com- prehensive upgrades will be performed at the City's electrical substation and it appears at this point that the potential new Family Dollar Store on US Hwy. 14 will be breaking ground (assuming the COLD re- treats and ground can be broken). So, let's get going and prepare for "spring." While I understand it's arrived, I personally haven't seen it in town yet. COLD be gone! Evelyn Carr Sept. 23,1922- March 18,2013 Evelyn Carr, age 90 of Tyler, passed away on Monday, March 18 at Sun- rise Manor Nursing Home in Tyler. Mass of Christian Buri- al was at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 21 at St. Dionysius Catholic Church in Tyler with Father Ron Huberty as celebrant. Visitation was 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20 with Rosary at 5 p.m. and prayer service at 6 p.m. at St. Dio- nysius Catholic Church in Tyler. Burial will be in St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, Canby. Birk Funeral Home of Canby handled the ar- rangements. For online condolences, please visit our website at www.birk- funeralhome.com. Evelyn Matilda Lipinski was born Sept. 23, 1922 to John and Selma (Pytlew- iez) Lipinski in Ivanhoe. She grew up in Wilno and was baptized and con- firmed at St. John Cantius Catholic Church. While visiting her broth- er in Virginia she met her husband Alvin William Carr. She married her "Bubby" on July 12, 1945 in San Diego, Calif. after only knowing each other for a short time. They moved back to Minnesota and farmed in rural Can- by until 1968 when they moved to Tyler, where Al- vin worked as a deputy sheriff for Lincoln County until 1971 when they re- turned to Canby, Evelyn then worked in the kitchen in the Canby hospital for 12 years before retiring. They were blessed with 46 years of marriage and Mary Ann Ertz July 11, 1939 - March 20, 2013 Mary Ann Ertz died Monday, March 20 at Ave- ra McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, S.D. Mass of Christian Burial for Mary Ann Ertz, age 73, formerly of Lake Benton, Ruthton, Balaton, and re- cently Heron Lake, was Monday, March 25, 11 a.m. at St. Genevieve Catholic Church in Lake Benton. Visitation was one hour prior to the Mass at the church and interment was at St. Genevieve Catholic Cemetery, Lake Benton. Arrangements were pro- vided by Hartquist Funer- al Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Lake Benton. On-line registry and con- dolences may be found at www.hartquistfuneral. com. Mary Ann was born July Marie Jorgensen Nov. 6, 1924 - March 24, 2013 Clara "Marie" (Moat) Jorgensen, age 88 of Olivia, formerly of Tyler, passed away Sunday, March 24 at Golden Living Center in Olivia. Memorial services will be held at the Tyler Area Funeral Home at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 29, with visitation one hour prior to the service. Burial will be held at a later date. The Tyler Area Funeral Home is handling the ar- rangements. Clara "Marie" was born Nov. 6, 1924 to Gordon and Gladys (Garton) Moat in Tracy. She attended school in Balaton and married Raynoid V. Jorgensen on May 1, 1945 in Tyler. She and her husband lived on a farm near Arco. She moved into Tyler shortly after her husband's death. Marie en- joyed visiting, eating out, gambling, playing cards, word puzzles, embroidery, gardening and being with CHS Ruthton office will be closing at noon on Good Friday, March 29. We will be receiving grain until 5 p.m. C HS Personalized Service .L ._ 0 lltlons , e00o00,able s ,! Obituaries three sons. Evelyn was a woman of strong faith and had a great love of God. She loved to play cards, sew, paint dish towels, fish, cook and can from her garden. Evelyn moved to Tyler in 2000 to be ,closer to her son Ron and his fam- ily. She lived at Danebod Village until she moved to Sunrise Manor Nursing Home, where she passed away peacefully with fam- ily by her side at the age of 90 years, five months, and 23 days. Evelyn is survived by her three sons: Alvin Jr. (Don- na) Carr of Woodland, Ca- lif., Vincent (Linda) Carr of Baton Rouge, La., and Ron- aid (Carole) Cart of Tyler; 11 grandchildren: Val- erie, Mike, Anthony, Beki, Adam, Genevieve, Kelly, Weston, Melissa, Bobbi and Briana, and 20 great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents John and Selma Lipinski; hus- band Alvin Carr; an infant daughter Rose; two sis- ters, Irene and Lillian, and one brother, Tom. Blessed be her memory. 11, 1939 to Jens and Doris (Hokins) North on a farm four miles west of Ruth- ton. On June 4, 1961 she was united in marriage to Clarence Ertz at St. Gen- evieve Catholic Church in Lake Benton. She will be lovingly re- membered by her chil- dren: David (Karla) Ertz of Mountain Lake, Robert Ertz of Ruthton, Daniel (Theresa) Ertz of North Mankato, Anna (Kenneth) Heern of Jackson, James Ertz of Ruthton and Rus- sell Ertz of Ruthton; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; sis- ter Iola Broin of Willmar and brother Mel (Molly) North of ]anesville, Wisc.; She was preceded in death by her husband Clarence; parents Jens and Doris; siblings Bill, LeRoy and David North and Eunice Anderson. family. Survivors include daughters Betty Jorgenson of Marshall and Beverly Jorgensen of Fargo, N.D.; three grandchildren, Cher- yl, Brian and Jill, and six great-grandchildren, Al- lison, Amber, Ryan, Luke, Riley and Joshua; and a brother, Don Moat of Mar- shall. She was preceded in death by her parents, hus- band, brothers Wes and Lester and sister-in-law Sally Petersen. 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