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Tyler Tribute - Page 10 Wednesday, June 29, 2016 News from the cities of Ruthton and Holland and from Pi )estone Count'/ File photo Left: Best Patriotic Theme in the 2015 Ruthton Fourth of July parade went to the kids kept busy in the inflatable maze in Ruthton last year. float pictured above, honoring veterans and supporting the troops. Right: The Ruthton will be hopping Service at 10 a.m. in the for all ages. The morning this weekend as they cel- city park. All are welcome starts with an 11 a.m. pa- ebrate the 4th of July with and encouraged to comerade with line-up at Peace many events for all ages. and worship together. Lutheran Church. Kids Pa- The celebration kicks Bring your lawn chair! In triotic Wheels, with kids off with a Ruthton Royals the evening there will be a decorating their bikes and game on Saturday, July 2 at 5K Run/Walk at 8 p.m. fol- wheels, will be part of the 2 p.m. on the new baseball lowed by sparklers in the parade. Free root beer fields in Ruthton. park. floats will be served at the On Sunday, there will Monday, the 4th of July Ruthton Mini-Mart. be a Community Church is packed full of events Following the parade will be a community pot- pie eating contest, a Sand Street. This event is sport- luck in the city park. The Money Pit, Sidewalk Chalk sored by the Ruthton Fire BRCOandPipestoneCoun- Drawing, and Bingo. NewDepartment. ty Beef Producers will pro- this year is a Stick Horse Open Mic Entertainment vide hot dogs and ham- Rodeo put on by the Lin- with A1Barber will be from burgers. Bring a dish to coin County 4-H Horse 4-8p.m. pass and enjoy a meal with Kids. See their ad on the Din- friends and neighbors. Activities for adults be- ing & Entertainment page Kids activities in the af- gin with a Bean Bag Tour- for details on registrations. ternoon will include Bust- nament at 3:30 p,m. at Come and join the fun in er the Clown, inflatables, a Memorial Park on Main Ruthton this weekend. ames By Mark Wilmes tributeeditor@gmaiL com On Wednesday, June 22, the Ruthton Royals fell to the Milroy Irish by a score of 14-4. The Irish scored eight runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to win the game via the 10-run rule. Levi Hurst took the loss in a six-inning stint, giv- ing up four earned runs on nine hits. Brent Wierin Chris Seifert and Dain La- Rock all logged innings in relief. Wiering was 1-for-3 from the plate with a walk and two RBI. LaRock and Mason Delaney also each 2016 Schedule July 2 - Ruthton vs. Tracy at home, 2 p.m. July 3 - Ruthton vs. Luverne at Luverne, 2 p.m. July 10 - Ruthton vs. Jackson at home, 2 p.m. July 10 - Ruthton vs. Lakefield at home, 5 p.m. July 13 - Ruthton vs. Pipestone at Pipestone, 7:30 p.m. July 16 - Ruthton vs. Luverne at home, 2 p.m. July 17 - Ruthton vs. Heron Lake at home, 2 p.m. July 20 and 23 - Playoffs Home games are played at the Ruthton Field picked up an RBI for the Royals. On Sunday, the Royals fell to Hadley by a 15-2 count. Wiering gave up 10 runs in four innings to take the loss. Walker Kor threw a pair of innings in relief, giving up four runs. Eric Wiering was 2-for-3 at the plate, while Brent Wiering went 2-for-4 with an RBI. Tylan Gylling was 2-for-3. The Royals will host Tra- cy on Saturday in Ruthton. DENTAL CLINIC MMUNICATIONS Starting in March, Woodstock Telephone Company will become Woodstock Communications. This evolved brand more accurately reflects the spectrum of high-tech communications services we are now able to bring you. If you have any questions, call us at 507-658-3830 or visit COMMUNICATIONS CD Dr. Richard Brown General Dentistry Clinic Hours: With all this hot, humid Holland News weather it is no wonder we are having stormy weather By Rosie McGinty predictions. Last Tuesday afternoon most of the Jolly ning going on but no wind and back of my house. Birthday Club members at the time. They look much better and had gathered at my house. When Janet and I were dried nicely before all the It was 1:30 p.m. and as out to Good Sam Thurs-humidity madeitsappear- we were waiting for one day morning after the ance. That was my Moth- more member to arrive Pipestone Golden Club er's Day gift--so it was my telephone rang. Here meeting, I had the chance most welcomed and ap- it was Linda calling from to visit with Dick Schulze preciated.Theyworesocks Luverne to tell me that a after his heart surgery, on their hands to do all the small tornado had been He wasn't feeling the best spindles and it worked like sighted near the Pipestone yet but he wanted me to a charm--thanks to a tip National Monument. My let everyone know he was from Connie. TV and radio had not been doing okay. I spoke with Linda was babysitting turned on so I was clueless him again on Friday and her grandkids Abbie and about any stormy weather he looked and felt much Jerry on Saturday so drove activity, better. He is on the road to to Holland to spend part of I clicked on the TV so we recovery, the day. She brought along sat and watched the prog- At coffee at the Center lunch for us; that was nice. ress of the storm. By the this morning I learned that Linda and Abbie picked up time the all-clear was giv- over the weekend and at some branches and twigs en for the tornado the gals other times that vehicles for me. Abbie got so ex- decided we should plug here in town are beingcited when she would see . in the coffee so we could entered and items stolen the small tomatoes on my have lunch. So there was from them--from small plants. She kept looking no bunco playing due to TVs, purses and both bills for more and found them, the weather--but we did and coins. So residents-- too. enjoy the fellowship, lock your vehicles or ga- A memorial service - Friday night is when rages and do not leavewas held for Betty Nelsen the wind blew so hard. A anything of value in your Stensgaard at St. lames big branch was broke off vehicles. Lutheran Church Friday one of my maple trees and Diane and Roger were morning. Burial was in the the yard was full of maple here one day last week to Ruthton Cemetery. Betty leaves. I was up during the mow the grass and theygrew up here in Holland as night once and there was both worked at staining the family lived here for a a lot of thunder and light- the decks on both the front number of years. Blessed Monday I through Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Robert Rupp Construction, LLC Gravel and Dirt Hauling Basement and Excavating Ruthton, MN Bob and Cliff Phone 658-3632 or658-3336 Let ever, one know about go_ur ] sales, specials and events! / Call the Tyler Tribute at e-mail 1 V