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Tyler Tribute - Page 2 Wednesday, August 7, 2013 ' \ Le'Anne Kae Solberg Aug. 27, 1940 - July 25, 2013 Obituaries Le nne Solberg passed away unexpectedly July 25 at the Mayville Hospi- tal, Mayville, N.D. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Fri- day, Aug. 2 at St. John's Lu- theran Church in Hatton, N.D. Visitation was one hour prior to the funeral in the church on Friday. Interment was in St. John's Cemetery, Hatton. Bakke Funeral Home of Larimore, N.D. assisted tghe family with arrangments. Online guestbook is at www.bak- kefuneralhomes.com. Le nne Kae Solberg was born Aug. 27, 1940 to Carl and Lillian Solberg in Hat- ton, N.D. Le nne was bap- tized and confirmed at St. John's Lutheran Church, where she was a lifelong member She graduated from Hatton High School in 1957. Following gradua- tion she attended Mayville State University until she returned home to care for her parents. Following her mother's death, Le ,nne was employed at the Tri- County Nursing Home. She also worked for Ole and Lena's Lefse Factory and, until the time of her death, Bonita's Pizza. politics. Le~Anne's true spirit is described in one of her fa- vorite hymns--"Morning by morning new mercies I see. All I have needed Thy hand hath provided. Great is thy faithfulness, Lord, unto me." Le nne is survived by her brother Cyrus Solberg and wife Betty Jo of Tyler, nephews Mark Solberg and family of Cambridge and John Solberg and fam- ily of Mitchell, S.D., and nieces Ruth Rupp and fam- ily of Ruthton and Sarah Libbon and family of Du- luth. She was preceded in death by her parents Carl and Lillian. LCAnne's love for her Elsie Hagberg Aug. 15, 1916 - Aug. 1, 2013 Funeral services for El- sie Hagberg, age 96, of Tyler were Monday, Aug. 5 at 10:30 a.m. at Danebod Lutheran Church in Ty- ler. Visitation was Sunday from 3-6 p.m. at Hartquist Funeral Chapel in Tyler and continued Monday one hour prior to the ser- vice at the church. Burial was in Memory Gardens at Slayton. She died Thurs- day, Aug. 1 at her home in Tyler. Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Cha- pel in Tyler, provided the arrangements. Send on- line condolences at www. hartquistfuneral.com. Elsie Hagberg was born Aug. 15, 1916 to John and Elizabeth (Smook) Ling- beck on their farm near Adrian. She grew up on the farm and attended coun- try school. Following her country school education she helped on the fam- ily farm. On May 1, 1935 Elsie married Raymond Hagberg at the Methodist Church in Sioux Falls, S.D. Their union was blessed with six children and 70 years of life together. The couple began farming in the Rushmore area. They then moved to Worthing- ton and later returned 15 days before her 97th birthday. Elsie was a member of Danebod Lutheran Church, where she was baptized. She enjoyed walking, fishing, traveling, fam- ily events, collecting bells, working outside mowing the grass and gardening, and caring for the home. She especially enjoyed time with her family. Elsie is lovingly remem- bered by her children, Marlene Wajer of Slayton, Virgil Hagberg and his wife Carrie of Brookings, S.D., Duane Hagberg and his wife Marilyn of Sioux Falls, S.D., Judy Herron and her husband Gary of Lakeville and Linda Ribordy of Mer- edith, Mexico; son-in-law Milt Voss of Ruthton; 23 grandchildren, 42 great- grandchildren, 14 great- LeT nne was an active family and the Lord o id- to farming at Fulda and great-grandchildren, three member of St. John's Lu- theran Church through- out her life, serving on the Church Council and as church secreta , teach- ing Sunday School, singing in the senior and ladies' choirs and participat- ing in the ladies' church circle. Throughout her life Le nne had a deep love for her family and the church. Her interests included a love for sports, especially the New York Yankees, and ed her throughout her 72 years of life. She will be re- membered for many things by her family, but most of all, her many years of serv- ing as a caregiver not only for her parents, but for the many people she touched while working in the nurs- ing home and others she came into contact with. She will be sorely missed by her immediate family. Blessed be her memory. Balaton. In 1976 they re- tired from farming and two years later moved into Tyler. Ray was diagnosed with cancer in November 2004 and died on Oct. 6, 2005. Elsie continued to live at her home where, on Thursday, Aug. 1, she died step-grandchildren, five step-great-grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. She was pre- ceded in death by her hus- band Raymond, daughter Connie, son-in-law Johnny Wajer and 14 brothers and sisters. Kenneth Hall Feb. 21,1950-Aug. 2,2013 Madalyn Huska Dec. 30,1926-Aug. 3,2013 Funeral services for Madalyn Huska, age 86, of Lake Benton were Tues- day, Aug. 6 at 10:30 a.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church in Lake Benton. Visitation was Monday, 4-7 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church and continued one hour prior to the funeral. Inter- ment was in Memorial Hill Cemetery in Lake Benton. Arrangements were pro- vided by Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Cha- pel in Lake Benton. On-line registry and condolences may be found at www. hartquistfuneral.com. Madalyn Arlene Huska was born to Alfred Frank and Katherina Ida Sophie (Shriver) Cyriacks on Dec. 30, 1926 on a farm in Lake o. ga. You don't have to go to extremes for preplanning your funeral to make sense. Advance planning is always a good idea. Call or stop by for more information. Funeral and Tyler and Lake Benton [ 507-247-3816 [ 507-368-9385 [ www.hartquistfuneral.com !l Benton Township, Lincoln County. On June 15, 1947 she married Weldon Hus- ka at St. John's Lutheran Church in Lake Benton. Weldon died on July 25. Madalyn died peacefully at home nine days later with her family at her side. She is survived by her four children, James (Phyl- lis) of Lake Mills, Wisc., Dale (Marcia} of Yuma, Ariz., Dean (Gayle) of Woodbury and Colette (George) Fish of Fosston; daughter-in- law Barbara (Rev. Ron- ald Raddatz) of Shawano, Wisc.; 17 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; brother Dr. Marvin (Stella) Cyriacks of Annandale; sis- ters Evelyn Trautman, Ber- nice Trautman and Marie (Robert) Bushman, all of Lake Benton, and Lorraine (Leo) Brandt of Tyler; She was preceded in death by her husband Weldon, son Rev. Craig Huska, parents Alfred and Katherina Cyri- acks, brother Walter Cyri- acks, sister Doreen Kinner and an infant brother Funeral services for Ken- neth Hall, age 63, of Tyler will be Friday, Aug. 9 at 2 p.m. at St. Dionysius Cath- olic Church in Tyler.Visita- tion is 12-2 p.m. Friday at the church. Burial will be in St. Dionysius Catholic Cemetery in Tyler. He died Friday;Aug, 2, at his home in Tyler. Arrange- merits are provided by Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Tyler. On-line condolenc- es may be given at www. hartquistfuneral.com Kenneth Clarence Hall was born Feb. 21, 1950 to Clarence and Leona (Zgoda) Hall in Marshall. He was baptized and con- firmed at St. Dionysius Catholic Church in Tyler and grew up on the farm north of Tyler. After grad- uation from Tyler High School he attended vo-tech school in Canby, receiving his certificate in welding, and began working in New Prague. He was united in marriage to Karen Grenz on June 27, 1970. He later moved back to Tyler and operated Hall's Welding, then went to work for Lar- ry Sterzinger in road con- struction. Kenneth was a member of St. Dionysius Catholic Church. He re- tired in 2012. Kenneth died unexpectedly at his home in Tyler on Friday, Aug. 2 at the age of 63. Kenneth is lovingly re- membered by his four children, Shannon (Brian) Lawrence of North Manka- to, Eric (Heather) Hall of Estelline, S.D., Paula Hall of St. Louis, Mo., and Scot (Kelly) Hall of Portland, Ore.; five grandchildren, Brady, Sophie, Emmaly, Beatrice and Edward; sisters Cheryl Hall of St. Louis Park and Nancy Hall of Marshall; brother Tom (JoAnn) Hall of Tyler, and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents. Empty Pesticide Containers Wed. afternoons 1-4 p.m. Sat. mornings 8-12 a.m. through September 7 Lincoln County Landfill Transfer Station (located 1 miles south of Ivanhoe on Hwy. 75) Farmers, gardeners and other pesticide users can safely dispose of properly rinsed containers. Acceptable: Clean, dry and properly rinsed containers. Must be free of any pesticide, on the inside and outside of the container. Plastic con- tainers, #2 HDPE (identi- fier found on the bottom of the containeO. Unacceptable: Paper or plastic bags, aerosol or glass containers. Bulk containers larger than 55 gallons. For information contact your local dealer or the Lincoln County Environmental Office at (507) 694-1344. nners Several drawings were held in conjunction with AEbleskiver Days at the Danebod Folk School Complex. Winner of the two tickets to the Old- Fashioned Danish Christmas supper was Linda Petersen and winner of the Fall Folk Meeting registration ($20 off) was Marilyn Parker. The New Arrivals Rhett Thomas Kidman Chris and Kari Kidman are proud to announce the rival of Rhett Thomas Kidman. He was born April 12 a~::~, Avera Hospital in Marshall. He weighed nine lbs., 15 ozs., ', and was 22 1/2 inches long. His grandparents are Dick and Becky Kidman of Bala- ton and Bob and Linda Williams of Russell. Great-grand- parents are Janice Goltz of Balaton and Betty Vagle of Redwood Falls. K, nsley Alice Fr,sb,e Laura and Jamie Frisbie would like to announce the birth of their daugh- ter Kinsley Alice, who was born May 26. She weighed seven lbs. and was 20 1/2 inches long. She was welcomed home by her big brother Tristen and her big sister Joslyn. Grandparents are Jim and Carol Kopel of Ty- ler, Joyce and Brad Eichten of Hutchinson and Galen Frisbie of Blue Earth. I Engagement Announcements, i) Casey Gifford and Michael Olson Casey Gifford and Michael Olson announce their en- gagement. Parents of the couple are Kent and Joleen Gif-' ford of Tyler and Kyle and Josephine Olson of Blackhawk, S.D. Casey is a 2010 graduate of South Dakota State Uni versity and is currently employed at Sanford Health as a registered nurse. Michael is a 2008 graduate of Western Dakota Tech and is currently employed with Sioux Falls') Fire Rescue as a firefighter. The couple's wedding is planned for Oct. 5 in Sioux Falls, S.D. Trisha Venenga and Bryan Sanderson Virgil and Janice Venenga of Little Rock, Iowa announce the engagement of their daughter Trisha to Bryan Sand- erson, son of Tod and Rebecca Sanderson of Ruthton. A Sept. 7 wedding is planned at the Old Courthouse Museum in Sioux Falls, S.D. They will make their home in Tyler. I Kransekage made by Kaye Wooge that was on the Silent Auction went to Luke Gronewoller. Other winners that day were John Solberg, a jar of jam donated by Deb Mikkelsen; Re- becca Lembke, cross-stitched orna- ment by Helen Miller; Ira Brusven, the Nissemaend donated by Karen Clinic Ommunities annou .j- Duus; Lori Solberg was the winner;L of the Heart Cut-Out donated by Susanne Hohlen, and Bey Van't Hof won the Danebod t-shirt. The wom- en of Danebod would like to thankl,, everyone who helped to make this, day successful. Tusind Tak! (A thou:, sand thanks!) MIDDLE SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, August 14 * 4:30-6:30 p.m. RTR Middle School, Russell ELEMENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE Thursday, August 15 4:30-6:30 p.m. RTR Elementary, Ruthton and RTR High School, Tyler