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, The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, April 15, 2004 News nding 4'A months in the hospi- '.ls in Sioux Falls and Tyler It was I"torted that she was doing "real 'ld" and her children are taking a,s staying with her. Also heard dl, ht t ,,,, [t Marge Taveirne is also "n her rome. Happy for you "girls." LPat and Colleen Bakker and :i.ily of Maple Grove arrived on ad[riday night to spend the Easter Iekend with her parents, Bob and pan Derynck. The children en- atSYed the Easter Egg Hunt on Sat- aY and all enjoyed Easter dinner re they left for their home on nday afternoon L Don and Elfriede Petersen re- prned home on Monday, April 5 .fter spending the Palm Sunday reekend at the home of daughter, '0 a and Bob Murray and family. krday Don and Elfriede attended nde..Minnesota Gladiolus Society ,7"ulb Auction and met with nephew, dlhnn Wirt and son Max at the auc- Sunday Don and grandson, ;l.ick celebrated their common "'[thdays by going to a Wild hockey e with Sara and Bob in St. Paul. Ine Wild team won! L Cheryl and Todd Neuberger and rrnily, Lisa and Steve Steinhouse :d family of Sioux Falls were Eas-  weekend guests in the parental, /le and Dona Hanson home. by ELIN BULLERMAN Phone 247-3900 Dennis Olsen and Doug Olsen came Thursday to get Helen Olsen and Spin Trautman and took them to the Cities. They were overnight guests in Doug and Roxanne's home at Andover and Friday after- noon they attended the wedding of Helen's great-grandson, Jonathan Skaug, son of Darcie and Steve Skaug at Anoka. Friday night they were guests in Dennis Olsen and Betty Gustafson's home and they took Helen and Spin home Satur- day. Joining them for potluck sup- per was Spin, and Les Sorensen. Dennis and Betty returned to their home in Brooklyn Park Sunday af- ter visiting Marie Pickering. The Rod and Gun Club had a great turnout for their fish fry on Friday night Winners of the raffle were: first place, a Terry Redlin canoe print went to Joe Fier of Minneota; John Utoft won the 223 rifle package; Dan Anderson the Old Henry 22 rifle and the youth rifle was won by Dave Borresen. Arriving at the Sween home to spend Easter were Julie Sween and Gary Steinbeck, Hartley, IA, Nathan Beiningen, Sioux Falls and Lynae and Michael Zugay, St. Paul. All were Easter dinner guests at the home of Wally and Diane Christensen along with other Christensen relatives. = Marilyn Parkerl Marisa and ina of St. Paul spent Saturday and [nday with Agnete Buhl. They rere Easter Sunday dinner guesstss [bon and Sue Buhl's home along [lth Lori Schweikhart, Ann Spen- Allan and Dorothy Hansen Jack and Connie Johnson and .Pped on Monday to visit with Jan Johnson enjoyed Easter dinner len Olsen after having visited with Jim and Kristi Johnson and arie Pickering at the Sunrise Tyler and Aaron in Fargo, ND on anor. They were enroute to their nae in Brookings after having Easter Sunday. nt the Easter weekend in Coon .pids with family. Wayne and Darlene Schreurs [re IMews Lnd Gladys Schreurs went to Red- .od Falls on Saturday to visit Jes- g, lea and Brian Leibfried. Sunday eY were joined by other relatives d enjoyed Easter dinner. They prned home Sunday evening. Neuberger Sings In "Festival For Young Voices" Nathan Neuberger, son of Cheryl and Todd Neuberger of and Natalie of Lake Benton, Curt Sioux Falls, SD was recently cho- hi of Mankato, Chris Buhl and sen to sing in the "Festival For end, Jessica of Sioux Falls. Tyler Lions Club Plays Coming... The Tyler Lions Club members have been busy rehearsing for their Annual Spring Play. Ran Ries practices his role as Lola-Lola, above, while cast members Jerry Bly, Dick Sartell, and Paul Ekema prac- tice, below. The play "Wash Your Troubles Away - or Dirty Deeds Come Clean" is a musical melodrama. It will be performed Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, April 29, 30, and May 1 at the Danebod Gym Hall. - Photos by Chuck Hunt and Greg Peter Avera Hospitals Receive Grants; Young Voices" which was held in Including Tyler Healthcare Center iw Easter Sunday afternoon guests Brookings, SD March 16. hE.R, and Agnes Thooft's home The choir is made up of 300 Three Avera hospitals in Min- in Ivanhoe will use its $47,585 ,1ere: Dan and Diane Vercruysse voices from 16 southeastern South nesota have received capital ira- rant to develo its computer net- "[,M Vanessa of Tyler, Todd - P . y .lercruysse of Alexandria, Val and Dakota schools- all being seventh provement grants from the Mmne- work infrastructure Tler and eighth graders. The director sara Office of Rural Health and HealthcareCenter/AveraHealthwas tnvlonOlsOsnoofDawsoc, Mike and was Dr. Thomas Krause of USF in Primary Care. awarded $54,000 for operating  ne ag ,,nnao Sioux Falls. A grant of $100,000 to Pip- room improvements.  ttianeota, Pat SontagofBrookings, Nathan is the grandson of Lyle estone County Medical Center/ Staff at the Avera Rural Health [tefan Sontag, Jim Blake and John tl!azer, John and Lori Thooft, and DonaHansonofTylerandLarry Avera Health will be used to re- Institute provided assistance with PaSte, Jamie and friend, Joey Sik and Bonnie Neuberger of Lake model patient rooms. Divine Provi- the rant aoolications , Marshall, Duane and Judy Benton dence Health Center/Avera Health  -- " I p' I!oo " i;' ft, Nathan and Zachary of Ninth Annual Ridgeview Hospice Dinner and Auction Friday, April 23, 2004 5:00-9:00 p.m. RTR High School, Tyler I "--"" ADVANCE DINNERIENTERTAINMENT TICKETS: $10, Adults; $6, 12 & under AT THE DOOR: $11, Adults: $7,12 & under: "GREAT PRETENDERS" CONCERT TICKETS ONLY: $5 Tickets Available: Citizens State Bank, Koster Pharmacy, Corner Store and Maynard&" also avail- able at the Lake Benton, Balaton, Ruthton and Russell banks and Veire's Mini Mart, Lake Benton MENU: BBQ Pork Sandwiches, Baked Beans, Potato Salad, Chips and Homemade Pies and Desseds. Dlnner Sponsored by Supplemental Funding from Thrlvent Financial for Lutherans, Lincoln County Chapter #30594; Pipestone County Chapter #30609 Meal Served from 5:00-7:15 p.m. Entertainment by "Great Pretenders" beginning at 6:00 p.m. Uve Auction - 6:45-7:30 p.m. and 8:15-9:00 p.m. Silent Auction - Over 200 Auction Items, 5-7:30 p.m. Plck of the Auction - 7:45 p.m. . Getaways Include: Why Knot Cruise, Chanhassen, Old Log Theater, Guthrie,  -3 Plymouth Playhouse, and much more! ii.. * " John Deere items , .' 00o*,o '*'- Sets, Garden Accessories, Camping Items * Oak Spindle Chair, Coat Rackl Deacon's Bench, Shadow Box , Gift Baskets for Baby and Coffee Lovers, Crystal Items, Home Accessories, Bicycle 'r Plant Stand, Floral and Handmade Items, Kitchen Small Appliances and Accesso- ries Garage Items; Wood Handcrafted Items by local artists and much, much more AUCTIONEERS: JT and Joe Weber, Mike Carpenter T H ::00thcare 00cn[cr e,],a Health it co. They enjoyed an Easter egg t and also helped Zachary eel- rate his 10th birthday. Orville and Eva Johnson left iday for Truman to spend the Ster weekend with Mike and nne Mishler and Maddie. They Urned home Monday ! benior e )itizens Update : Tyler Senior Citizens' April Jrthdav Card Party will be held friday, April 16 at 1":30 p.m. Harold and Gladys Nielsen and ( Sther Hauswedell are host and %tesses Maryann DeBoer, Secretary 't'hinking About 1 Hearing Ares? ,4  until you road this 'i:|1 Report revealing secrets ,any dispensers do not want |:L to know. Be a smart buyer ld save hundreds of dollars. i Call Toll Free L 1-800-495-4187 4 Hi'. Recorded Message) re is NO Obligation ..... Library Letters by CARLA SKJONG Library To Observe National Library Week April 21 Dear Readers, After a bit of snow there was sun and an Easter Egg Hunt and Easter, too. We hope you were able to find the golden egg! If not, we have a great treasure of books for you this week as a substitute. Herman Wouk won the Pulitzer Prize for The Caine Mutiny and also wrote many major novels such as Youngblood Hawke, The Winds Of War, and War And Remembrance. He has not written a novel in ten years but now brings us A Hole In Texas, "a rollicking Washington tale about a media firestorm swirling around a vast hole in Texas and one obscure scientist who gets swept up in the vortex." "Witty and keen satire" abound in this book by the author The New York Times calls "a modern Charles Dickens." Reckless Abandon is destined to be a very popular book at the li- brary this spring since Stuart Woods is a well-loved novelist. This is a Stone Barrington story and is full of shocking crime, murder gov- ernment roadblocks and more. You'll like it as much as Dirty Work or L.A. Dead, two other Barrington books. Also exciting and new are Some Things I Never Thought l'd Do, a "Good Morning America" book by Pearl Cleage; A Room Of My Own by Ann Tatlock (Bethany House Christian fiction); and Divining Women by Kaye Gibbons, author of Ellen Foster and A Virtuous Woman. National Library Week begins Sunday, April 18. Join us Wednes- day the 21st for treats in honor of the occasion. Also plan ahead during this very busy month to attend a program at the library on Friday, April 30 at 7 p.m. featuring Carolyn Fisher, noted children's author. We'll have more about this great opportunity soon. The Tyler Lions Club Proudly Presents Thursday, Friday & Saturday April 29 & 30 and May 1 8:00 p.m. Danebod Gym Hall- Tyler, MN Tickets: s7 adults 12 and under *5 Jvailable at Tyler Tribute, Citizens State Bank, and Koster Pharmacy & Gifts DO YOU HAVE SOME THING TO SA Y? Drop it Off at: /:____, Tyler Street Mail it to us at: P.O. Box Q, Tyler, MN 56178 .Fax it tO US at: 507-247-5502 E-ma,I us at: " tribute @ iil