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Creek 4-H Take Home Ribbons at Lyon County Fair , **,;, ',it ERDMANN - *Grand - Entomology KRISTIN ERDMANN - *Grand Champion - Exploring the Envi- ronment; Grand Champion- Child Development; Reserve Grand Champion-Creative Arts Members of the Coon Creek 4- H Club took home many ribbons at the Lyon County Fair earlier this month. All members pictured here at RTR students. Projects with an asterisk (*) by the title will be go- ing to the Minnesota State Fair. Photos by Beth Erdmann JOHNSON - Grand g, Grand fion-Aerospace, Grand p, Grand Cham- WALTER - Discovery et, Coasters & Doily - Choice MEGAN HENRIKSEN - *Grand Champion-Geology RACHEL JOHNSON - Grand Champion - Needle Arts HOPE RASMUSSEN - Grand Champion-Flower Gardening; *Reserve Grand Champion- Home Environment GLEN GRANT - Reserve Grand Champion - Creative Arts HIVELY - *Reserve - Potatoes ! (!i i i Peter Koenig, right, made balloon schultures throughout the fair. ClOthing Construction; 2hampion-Fash- rue; Reserve Grand ]lothes You Buy JACOB DANIELS - Reserve Grand Champion - Bird feeder in Wildlife Project RENAE JOHNSON-Reserve Grand Champion-Clothes You Buy; Reserve Grand Champion- Sheep, rate of gain The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, August 28, 2003 - Page 5 Eight Contestants Compete For 1983 Junior Miss - Continued from Page 4 - as a cheerleader for the Granite Falls Area Vocational Technical In- stitute 1983 basketball season. She was one of five cheerleaders cho- sen for the season. James Pedersen, a Tyler native, and Dean of Student Services Di- vision of South Dakota State Uni- versity, was appointed to also serve as Dean of the College of General Registration. From The Tyler Journal THIRTY YEARS AGO A public hearing will be held to decide if a certificate of need for the Tyler Nursing Home should be recommended. It is proposing con- struction of a 60 bed unit to be at- tached to A.L. Vadheim Hospital. Winners of the Tyler Golf jun- ior tournament were Roland VanderSluis, James Koster, Mark McCallum and Loren Sanderson. Dress revue winners at the county fair were Kimby Rosenthal, Becky Peterson, Layne Dorn, Lori Kudrna, Carmen Koopman, Bethany Helvig, Rhonda Larsen and Janet Marti. Marlys DeBettignies took over the duties of Director of Nurses from Herdis Struss at Tyler Hospi- tal. FORTY YEARS AGO Fire Chief Lars Krogh of the Tyler Fire Department was injured last week when he fell from the back of the fire truck as it was leav- ing the station on its way to a fire. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Thomsen entertained a group of friends and relatives Tuesday evening in honor of their 15th wedding anniversary and Emery's birthday. Mrs. ingvor BuN gave a birth- day party for her son Alan's 9th birthday Saturday afternoon, at which 14 boys helped him cel- ebrate. Sharon Traxinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Traxinger of Elk- ton, SD was united in marriage to Daniel Schak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schak of Tyler at Sioux Falls, August 10th at St. Lambert's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Culshaw Looking Back became the proud parents of twin girls, Jill Marie and Julie Ann, born August 18th. FIFTY YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hartnett left Friday on a I 0-day vacation. They will visit friends in South Dakota, Nebraska and Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sondergaard had their infant daughter baptized Monday evening, August 10. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Sondergaard of Westbrook were sponsors. Miss Lisa Sorensen returned home Monday evening from the church convention at Des Moines. She is a houseguest at the Alfred Larsen home. Mrs. Win. Kuban, Mrs. Glenn Meyer and Mrs. Clarence Schnell were hostesses at a personal shower at the Earl Holdridge home in honor of Anita Rasmussen. Mrs. Louis Sanderson returned home Sunday from Las Vegas, where she had visited her daugh- ter, Mrs. Harris Mix. ..Southwest IL00I00O ..a.,, Augus DO, .9 p.m. t# I a.m. *OPEN bUIqPAYb. II a.m. to I0 p.m. 7*$1"50 Beer during the \\;/ikings game * 50d: Tap Beer with purchase of ,.5 k/iking5 or JarLey gLass MONPAY NIUT: Burger & Fries .$2.00 Tap Beer 50 \\;k/ED. & TLIUIZb. NIq'Mmb: maco Night iiii 18 pack Miller Life, cans ,.15.00 tax included 2Zl pack OLd Milwaukee and OLd Milwaukee Like. cans .1Z.55 tax inctuaea 2Zl pack I/eystone Like. cans .11.80 tax included 2 pack MiLLer Uigh life and MiLLer LJigh Life Like. bottLes ,15.0 , in(tud,J bUNbET a d[I:2.1LL 1:2.ut:hton. M N VISIT US ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB! You can now read the Tyler Tribute On-Line Updated with current week's news every week. http://www.tylertri bute.com or e-mail us at tribute@/lertribute.com I Don't MissThe Busl SCHOOL00 Catch us and get on board for the right savings plan. 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