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Wednesday, May 17, 2017 ur Tyler Tribute - Page 3 begin planning for The Tyler Kiwanis Club Tyler Kiwanis Club News met May 10 at noon at the By BettyJo Solberg, reporter Kronborg and enjoyed a burger bar. good attendance; ChristNext week's program is After the meal, Pastor ]ohnsonis thankful for an- Pastor Steven Tews. Judy Wayde Kenneke opened other day; Wayde Kenneke presented last month's the meeting with the can't believe Richard is 73 secretary's report and Pledge to the Ameri- years old: Merle Hansentreasurer's reportofwhich can flag, the last verse of thankful for spring andthey were both approved. %merica" and a prayer led thinks it's here. The meeting adjourned by Chris Johnson. It was the monthly busi- at 1 p.m. We sang together "Show ness meeting. The club The Tyler Kiwanis Club Your K" and "Take Me decided to again serve has been meeting for over Down To Kiwanis" led bya Sunday meal after the60 years and serves the Betty]o, Sunday morning worship Tyler community in nu- Happy Bucks were put service during/Ehleskiver merous ways. Our meet- in by Richard Siemers for Days. Much discussion was ings include a noon meal his birthday and the dub about the menu. Betty Jo and lively conversation. sang Happy Birthday to and Judy will present the You are welcome to come him; Judy Williamson who menu next week, and then and visit. is thankful and happy for the club will vote on it. ram im The Minnesota Highway public; pre-registration is now available online as Safety Center will be offer- requested. A MN Highwaywell! Go to the web address ing a 55+ Driver Improve- Safety & Research Center above to take the course on- ment Course on the follow- certified instructor teaches line from your home. ing days: this class. By utilizing the Persons age 55 and older June 6--Four-hour Re- most up-to-date research who complete the course fresher Course, 5 to 9 p.m., in the field, participants will qualify for a 10 percent dis- First English Lutheran be provided the latest infor- count on their auto insur- Church, 245 E Hughes St., marion in regards to driver ance premiums for three Tyler safety, newlaws, andvehicle years, according to Min- June 7--Four-hour Re- technology. This class has nesota law. First rime par- fresher Course, 5 to 9 p.m., something for everyone!ticipants must complete the Redwood Valley School -For more information or to initial eight hours of train- Comm Ed, 100 George Ram- register, visit our website ing and a four hour refresh- seth Dr., Redwood Fallsat www.mnsafetycenter.org er class every three years The Driver Improve- or call TOLL FREE 1-(888)- to maintain the 10 percent ment course is open to the 234-1294. This course is discount. Tribute file photo Pictured above, left to right, are Curt Weber, Dave Freiborg, Doug Hess and Lynn Philliber, who were part of the crew helping to auction off $3,000 in mer- chandise to people who could only used their auction bucks to bid with.--Tyler Tribute, Thursday, May 14, 1987. 50 Years Ago, 1967 Desire and alert base- ball brought the newly formed Tyler team its sec- ond straight win as Tyler downed Miiroy 10-7 at Milroy. The win alerted the league that Tyler has joined the league to play. ]. J. Tolin of Florence had a strange experience last week while working in his field. He found a billfold which he had lost eight years ago. He searched for it off and on during the first year but then gave up on it. The paper money and other papers were very brown as though they had been scorched. 40 Years Ago, 1977 Scott Nielsen found some history last week. The eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nielsen of Tyler gave in to a natu- ral zest for exploration and crawled under the front porch. He found a neatly folded, never retrieved Sunday Minneapolis Tri- bune and Star Journal. Al- though brittle with age, it is completely legible. A capacity crowd turned out for the Art Fest spon- sored by the Tyler High School art, music and speech departments. George Jorgensen's Hu- morous Division mono- logue that won first place rating at the state speech Looking Back contest was an additional 1995. attraction. 10 Years Ago, 2007 30 YearsAgo, 1987 Donna Landsman's six There was a large crowd cousins, May Lise and on hand for the very first Arvid Hafstad, Annie and Tyler Bucks Auction held Arild Solost, and Guro and last Saturday night in Torbjorn Solost, from Eids- downtown Tyler. The auc- voll, Norway arrived here tion was sponsored by the this past week as they said, Promotions Committee of "Now our dream has come the Tyler Area Chamber true to come and visit our of Commerce. The items cousins in the USA." sold for anywhere from Tracy Minett was offi- $25 auction bucks to over cially sworn in as the new $2,500 auction bucks.-- Russell postmaster last PHOTO Friday afternoon. She has The Ruthton Ladies ban- actually been the postmas- quet held at the Old Fash- ter since November. Tyler ioned Inn at Russell and postmaster Lynn Pohlman sponsored by the Russell was the swearing-in offi- Bank bowling team was cer. enjoyed by all. Many door 5 Years Ago, 2012 prizes were given out and It was the last day for everyone went home with the seniors at RTR High atreasure. School and Andrew Bak- 20 Years Ago, 1997 ker and Taylor Thooft both Vadheim Hospital cele- still had one last test to brated their fortieth anni- take. Bakker and Thooft versary on Sunday. People will serve as co-valedicto- attending the open house rians at graduation. They got a tour of the hospital said that their grades and enjoyed looking at all have been nearly identical the scrapbooks about the through much oftheir high past 40 years, school years. A tree donated by Gil- First English Lutheran lette Children's Hospital in Sunday School students St. Paul was planted at the used their offering money Treasure Box Pre-School to buy 241 pounds of food in Tyler. The class planted from Maynard's to donate the tree in honor of Zach to the Tyler Area Food Meier who was a patient Shelf. at the hospital in 1994 and Possai I to receive scholarship at SDSU South Dakota State Uni- About South Da- institution also offers 35 versity announced Bailey kota State University master's degree programs, Possaii of Tyler, Minne- Founded in 1881, South 15 Ph.D. and two profes- sota, will receive the South Dakota State University is sional programs. Dakota Newspaper Asso- the state's MorrillActland- The work of the univer- ciation Scholarship for the grant institution as well as sity is carried out on a res- upcoming academic year. its largest, most compre- idential campus in Brook- Pursuing a bachelor's hensive school of higher ings, atsites in Sioux Falls, degree in advertising, Pos- education. SDSU confersPierre and Rapid City, and sail is the daughter ofDoug degrees from six differ- through Extension offices and ]anel Possail and a ent colleges representing and Agricultural Experi- graduate of Russell-Tyler- nearly 200 majors, minors ment Stationresearchsites Ruthton High School. and specializations. The acrossthe state. OUTREACH CLINICS Brookings Dr. Carlson June 14, 28 / 0rthopedi(Institute Dr. Chang June 16 / 40122nd Avenue Dr. Looby June 6, 13, 20, 27 / 605-692-7666 Dr. Rothrock June 7, 21 / Dr. Brunz June I, 15 / / Marshall Dr. Hermanson June 5, 17 ACMC Clinic Dr. Watson June 15 1521 Carlson Street / 888-331-5890 / Call to schedule an appointment. OrthopedicInstituteSF.com / ORTHOPEDIC I N S T I T U T E / Thursday, May 18 - First Responders Open House, 6-8 p.m., EMS Building Friday, May 19 - First Couple Golf Night, Tyler Golf Club, 6 p.m. Sunday, May 21 - Heritage Day, 8:30 a.m., United Methodist Church Wednesday, May 24 - Team # Cure Fundraiser, 4-8 p.m., Pizza Ranch, Pipestone Thursday, May 25 - RTR Sepcial Meeting, 9 a.m., Lincoln County Courthouse Thursday, May 25 - Bloodmobile, Tyler American Legion, 1-7 p.m. Friday, May 26 - Citizens State Bank celebrates 100th, 7 a.m.-4 p.m. LOOKING AHEAD: [une 2-4 - Russell Rodeo/Bandwagon Days Sunday, ]une 4 - Buffalo Ridge Chorale Concert, Danebod Lutheran Church |une 23 - Lincoln County Relay For Life, at Lake Park in Hendricks |uly 21-23, 2017 -/Ebleskiver Days 2017 ]uly 27-30 - Lincoln County Fair Alcoholics Anonymous, every Sunday, 7 p.m., First English Lutheran Church Lincoln County Cancer Support Group meets the first Monday, Danebod Village in the Commu- nity Room, 2 p.m. Tyler City Council, meets first Monday at 7 p.m., Tyler Fire Hall Lake Stay Township meets the first Monday at 8 p.m. May through October and at 7 p.m. Novem- ber through April, at the Lake Stay Township Hall in Arco (the old care) Open shooting, Tyler Area Trap Range, Monday evenings at 7 p.m. Tyler Rod and Gun Club meets the first Tuesday at the range facility at 7 p.m. Lincoln County Historical Society meets the first Tuesday, 7 p.m., The Local Place, Hendricks Tyler Kiwanis Club meets every Wednesday noon, The Rock Caregiver's Support Group meets the second Wednesday at Tyler Avera in the Home Care break room from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Lincoln County Horticultural Society meets the first Thursday. For more info, call 507-247-5968. Me Mama lesus and lava meets the first and third Thursday at The Rock in Tyler. All mothers and children welcomed! Tyler Fire Department meets the second Wednesday for business meeting at the Fire Hall, 6:30 p.m. Sons of the American Legion, third Monday, Center Post, Lake Benton, 8 p.m. The Tyler American Legion meets the third Wednesday, Legion Hall, 6:30 p.m. Tyler Lions Club meets the fourth Wednesday at the Kronborg Inn Tyler Fire Department meets fourth Wednesday for training at the Fire Hall, 7 p.m. Marshfieid Club meets the fourth Thursday, 2:30 p.m., Danebod Village; In November and December, the club will meet the fifth Thursday lel Stop in today and ask about taking out a vacation loan. We're here to help! I p.m, I HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday - 8 a.m. to 3 Wednesday - 7 a.m. to 5:30 p,m. Friday - 7 a.m. to 4p'm, 0 F TYLER I N CO RPORATED 111 N. Tyler St., RO. Box 430, Tyler, MN 56178 Phone 507-247-5531 1-800-259-5379 ....... 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