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The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, August 29, 2002 - Page 5 And Mikkelsen Receive Student Awards At Alexandria Tech. FIVE YEARS AGO Thursday, Sept. 4, 1997 Volume 26, Number 12 began on a new delicatessen on Tyler's Street. Jimmy and Tricia vara, who moved to Tyler lo are the new own- bakery/deli. It is located V & S Variety build- on Main Street. RTR Knights Football up the season by beat- Central Rebels Mikkelsen is the foot- COach. 1 Sieg celebrated her 100th with a party at the Sun- Home Dining She has been a resident at for many years. Vercruysse and his son, Were the lucky winners of a from Valvoline Oil. They Shadetree Auto. Only g0-carts were given away southwest Minnesota. Training classes will be High School cafeteria 16. Enrollees 1 years old by Septem- h :k Gackstetter is the two-day Discovery Work- the Danebod Folk School Sept. 5 and 6th. There 25 c ferent classes offered r. Meals and lodging are te Danebod Complex. TEN YEARS AGO Thursday, Sept. 10, 1992 Volume 21, Number 12 Cosson is the new intern at Danebod Church. He from Concordia college in Seward, NE in theology and litera- is attending Luther North- Seminary. A. Rotert is the new ad- at the Tyler Healthcare Inc. He will begin his new 8. and Doris Kragh will be their 25th wedding an- September 19th at the Bluff in Lake Benton L Open house hosted by their ina and Lena" will be per- a free comedy and music Dionysius Fall Fes- September 13 at 2:30 p.m. lUrsday, Sept. 23, 1982 11, Number 12 Dass and Tim Mikkelsen, 8'0 Tyler High School recently graduated from Vocational Technical Looking Back From The Tyler Journal THIRTY YEARS AGO Father Kenneth Irrgang will be leaving the Tyler-Lake Benton par- ishes to work at the College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph. Tyler postmaster Don Nelson retired effective September 1st. Tyler school enrollment is down with 570 answering the school bell August 28th. A year ago enroll- ment was 582. A Hawaiian luau will kick off the golf club tourney September 9 - 10. Gene Nielsen and John Friedrichs of Tyler and Richard Ness of Ruthton attended a trap shoot at Luverne. Gene and Rich- ard received second place silver plates. The Tyler Lions Club is con- structing a picnic shelter at the swimming pool park. They will hold a basket social September 3rd. Mrs. Carl Oerter (Leona) was selected as elementary principal of the year. FORTY YEARS AGO Lennetta Bollesen, 4-H club member of the Hope Club, will at- tend the Minnesota 4-H Conserva- tion Camp at Itasca Park. Mr. and Mrs. John Mortland observed their silver wedding an- niversary with an open house at the Fellowship Hall of the First English Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen drove to St. Paul Friday to get their daughter Elizabeth. They also at- tended the State Fair. They returned home the same day. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Guida and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Halsne were guests at the Alan Johnson home near Russell. Thursday night, where they helped little Bryan Johnson celebrate his second birth- day. The Danish Fall meeting is now in full swing at Danebod Folk School. Fifty out-of-town guests are participating with local residents in a full schedule of Bible studies and lectures, most of them in Dan- ish. FIFTY YEARS AGO Mrs. Andrew Bornhoft left for Gibbon to spend two weeks at the home of her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Elkberg, who are the parents of a baby girl. Half of the Hayes-Lucas Lum- ber Co. yard at Ivanhoe was de- stroyed by fire Tuesday at an esti- mated loss of $50,000. The fire departments of Ivanhoe and Canby fought the blaze, saving the main stock of lumber. Five Tyler golfers entered the big Labor Day golf tournament at Brookings. Winners were Biz Melgaard, runner-up in the fourth flight; Soph Lund, consolation win- ner, fourth flight; and Bob Seipp, winner of the second flight. E.T. McEvoy and Leif Bollesen also par- ticipated. Mrs. Ernest Shriver and Mrs. Donald Petersen have been busy cleaning the Star school house for the coming school term. Miss Bar- bara Doty will be the teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Nielsen returned to St. Paul where Mr. Nielsen will attend the Bible Insti- tute. VISIT US ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB! You can now read the Tyler Tribute On-Line Updated with current week's news every week. or e-mail us at Student Merit Awards respective programs, ;and Sales Management, Restaurant Man- iidates for the Royalty for Russell-Tyler Homecom- Collette Jodi Duus and King candidates are: "UPman, Gordon Bakker, , ney and Andy Jensen. "RUssell-Tyler Danes Volley- won third place honors I Invitational Volley- past week. received the trophy for ,ler Danes. specials at the Tyler to s are: Eddie's Super clio, 3-3 oz. pkgs., $.79; chocolate chips, 12 oz. , 57; bananas' $'27 ib'; !  I allows, 3-10 oz. pkgs., [ ',''''''''"''lb ] Clef Food Market - celery, I l ; Gold Medal white flour, I !.19; 10 lb. red potatoes, I bler Club crackers, $1.09, I I- ........  NUNNN lllll n IN n IIlIl I l m llllll m II -E! IFIR00IEIE CAII00 WAS1H I W II-1F IHI IF II IL IL O IF G A S I Every Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Good for Month of August KNUDSEN'S STANDARD Phone 507-247-3406 Tyler, MN Iml IIIll IIII Ill IIII HI IIII IIII 11 I11 IIIIIII I 1 IIIIII I 1 I I 1 I IIIII I I 1 I l  l I " TYLER HARDWARE Crazy Days In The Sixties... This picture is of Tyler's Main Street in the 1960s during Crazy Daze. The store at left is now part of the bank, Urb's Mercantile is the phone office. Down the street you can see Thomsen Hardware, located where the Tyler Tribute office now is. Note also the cars, fashions and sidewalk sale items. DO YOU HA VE SOMETHING TO SA Y? Drop it off at: 151 North Tyler Street Mail it to us at: P.O. Box Q, Tyler, MN 56178 Fax it to us at: 507-247-5502 or E-mail us at: B A N K I N ELY_O_U[J_U0000= The stability of your business could very well be determined by the kind of relationship you have with a bank. Thafs quite an ambitious statement for a bank to make, but it happens to be the truth. With today's economic conditions it is essential for a business to take advantage of every opportunity to put its cash flow to work. Set-asides must be developed for those times when sales slump. A good banking relationship is as important to the success of a business as it is to have customers walking in the front door. Ifs your business where you bank, but we'll promise you this: If you bank with us, we'll treat your business with the same degree of care as we would if it were our own. The Way It Should Be 11 IN. TYLER ST. / PO BOX 430 TYLER, MINNESOTA 56178 PHONE 507-247-5531 It1100