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Community Life Page3 The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, September 12, 2002 News and Mary Lou Lenzen of were here over the weekend coming espe- .}'to attend her 35th year class on Saturday. Sorry your Was left out tbr the celebra- g visitors in Spin home were Pain and en of Horace, ND. tiara Persoon won the quilt at held at the Catholic Festival on Sunday. Sherry Thooft of Bea- NE came Wednesday and in the E.R. home. They en- )otluck supper at the Pool Park along with nily members: Dan and csse, Vanessa and yler; Mike Sontag, Pat and Ana meota; John and Lorie and Daryl Thooft of and Judy Thoofl, and Zachary of Area. p Held 7-8 At Folk Folk School was the the annual Creative Dis- rkshop held Friday and )tember 7 and 8. were over 70 class par- and instructors for this s Workshop. two-day workshop con- and six-hour classes rosemaling, quilting, rug 'aving, basket weaving, art, ribbon embroi- house decorat- paper cutting. W$ S - Everyone is wel- to the weekly Wednes- lg of the Tyler Kiwanis :05 p.m. at the Pizza a meal with people ow and get acquainted new faces. ber I1, 2002 years! Birthday love you, Dad/ ! by ELIN BULLERMAN Phone 247-3900 Ardith Sween accompanied her daughter, Julie Sween and Gary Steinbeck of ttartley, IA to St. Paul to her granddaughter, Lynae Beiningen's home Saturday. On Sunday they drove to Lake City for a wedding shower given for Lynae and her fianc6, Michael Zugay at his grandmother's home. Lynae and Michael will be married October 26th at the Augustana College Chapel of Reconciliation, Sioux Falls, SD. Stork-Brentwood Picnic Held Saturday, September 8th a small group of former Stork-Brentwood employees gathered at the Swim- ruing Pool Park in Tyler for their annual potluck picnic. Those attending were: Ruth Jensen and Judy Hobart of Flo- rence, Knute and Delores Lund of Lake Benton, Allan and Dorothy ttansen of Brookings, Helen Olson of Area, Dennis Olsen of Brook- lyn Center and from Tyler were: Helen Olsen, Spin Trautman and Rob and Elin Bullerman. In spite of the hot humid day, they all enjoyed the good food and visiting. They only wish more former employees would come and enjoy the day. Tyler Police Report For The Month Of August Following is the Tyler Police Department report for the month of August as reported by Chief of Police Allen A. Rensvold. Animal Complaint, 5; Animal Warnings, 1; Tickets Issued, 1; Assisting on Ambulance calls, 1; Assisting Other Departments, 2; Assisting Others, 1 ; Miscellaneous Reports, 1; Open Doors/Business, 2; Thefts Reported, 4; Traffic Tickets Issued, 8; Traffic Warn- ings Issued, 6; Written, 3; Verbal, 3; Unlock Vehicles/Cars, Trucks, 2; Speed, 5; Exhibition Driving, 1; Expired Tabs, 1; No MN DL/Sus- pended/Revoked, 1. Total number of calls for the month of August: 32. Tyler Lions Make Donation... The Tyler Lions Club recently donated $250 to help build a new sandbox at the ballfields in Tyler. Lions Club President AI Van Eck, left, gives a check to Lyle Lamote of the Johnson Trenching Softball Team, who built the play area. Total cost was about $600, and several organizations and businesses donated towards it. It is complete with chain link fence and roof. New Agent... There was an open house held on Friday at Beck Agency, to introduce new real estate salesperson Merv Peterson. Peterson is pictured above, left, with Beck Agency owner Kullen Stanek. NOTICE OF PLANNED POWER OUTAGE FOR CITY OF TYLER The City of Tyler will need to have a planned power out- age for the replacement of some electrical equipment. Power will be off in Tyler starting at 12:00 midnight on Tuesday, September 24. It is ex- pected to be off for less than one hour. Please take appropriate measures. Thanks for your pa- tience. City of Tyler Utility Department New! Happy Hour at Marty's Bar  Grill Monday through Friday 5:30p.m. to 6:30p.m. Stop On In ! S /WON[ 247-525t IN TR[[[ Library Letters by CARLA SKJONG Tyler Library Is Busy Preparing New Books Dear Readers, When we get new books at the library, the ideal scenario would be to prepare them all at once, an- nounce them in this column, then wait for the throng to eagerly snatch them up. We like to be fair but the above is not always the way it works. Our patrons are detectives and can smell a new book, especially their favorites, a mile away. They also have telescopic vision, reading small print on books in the work room and requesting them on the spot. So, since we air to please and are of the flexible sort, what we are trying to say is that sometimes by the time you read about your favorite choice the book is already out. We do promise, though, to get the book into your hands as soon as possible! Here is just a partial list of this week's latest temptations: Red Rab- bit by Tom Clancy; J.A. Jance's Partner In Crime, Whispers And Lies by Joy Fielding; Dark Horse by Tami Hoag; and Stephen King's latest Everything's Eventual - 14 Dark Tales. Also of great interest is Jinxed by Carol Higgins Clark; Lisa Scottoline's Courting Trouble; and Her Father's House by Belva Plain. Two TV book clubs have also announced new book selections and we have them. Today's Book Club (The Today Show) suggests A Girl Named Zippy- Growing Up Small in Mooreland, Indiana by HasTen Kimmel while Good Morning America recommends Three Junes by Julia Glass. Stop by soon and take a look. We welcome you to take a look at the progress we are making. Located just a 1/2 mile west of Tyler on the south side of Hwy. 14. It will include an indoor/outdoor rifle, shotgun, pistol, and archery range along with a trap range. HELP us make this one of the finest shooting ranges in Minnesota, How con you help? Send your 100% Tax Deductible Donatiops to the Tyler Area Community Foundation, P.O. Box 239, Tyler, MN 56178. Your help is greatly appreciated. Who Reads The Tyler Tribute? EVERYONE! EVERYWHERE! # Ex-Tylerite "Curly" Bolleseh enjoys reading a "borrowed" copy of the Tyler Tribute at a cafe in Rochester, MN, each week. Subscribe Today. Don't Miss A Single Issue! The Tyler Tribute 0 Box Q, 151N. Tyler St. Tyler, MN 56178 Phone: 507-247-5502 Fax: 507-247-5502 E-mail: Visit us on the web: I in an .n.J#./[w use aphoto, ayou I i '11