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The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, September 12, 2002 - Page 5 ida Sorensen ed 1982 Lincoln County Junior Miss S ounty Snowmobile Club Being Formed FIVE YEARS AGO Thursday, Sept. 18, 1997 Volume 26, Number 14 der Wellness Center is nmg a Re-Grand Opening for 19. There are reduced rates at this time. ger Gylling of Tyler was to the "Winner's Circle" as of the top dealers for DeKalb Corporation. Alan Taylor directed the University March- during their first public of the year - during of the RTR vs. Minneota in Tyler. RTR Schools' enrollment a significant drop for the year in a row. Figures an enrollment of 714 kin- through 12th grade stu- the RTR Schools system. Don and Elfriede Petersen of are among nine gardeners to on the season premiere Yard and Garden, a re- gardening program broad- Pioneer Public TV. It will October 9. TEN YEARS AGO Thursday, Sept. 24, 1992 Volume 21, Number 14 "Ted" Hays of Tyler hired as the new inspec- administrator for the Hays taught stu- n residential construction at Cooperative Center 1983 to 1991. w pet grooming business August in Lake Benton serving Lincoln County. of the new business is Lincoln County Horticul- "iety toured the farm home uller. A pot- was held for the 17 all then enjoyed of the huge flower and veg- gardens. w press box was built on side of the RTR football Tyler. It was a project by Clubs of the three RTR farmers, will be having reage and personal property sale on October 10. TWENTY YEARS AGO Thursday, Oct. 7, 1982 Volume 11, Number 14 ler's .,Ebleskiver Queen, 1Sorensen, was crowned the Junior Miss at the held at the Lake Benton House. She will now ad- to the state competition in in January. Ruthton youth, Kim 18, was killed October accident two and miles south der on Lin- Road 7. Kim was the dman Senior in high school. recognition was given members of the Kiwanis ' were: Brian Williamson, Roger Nielsen, Lt. Gov- nd Beck, treasurer. plaques for their efforts to the Kiwanis Tyler men, Brian Hansen, and Roger Carpen- football this season gton Community and Mrs. Herman Larsen were among a group of Seeds salesmen who ae Paymaster Seeds Re- at St. Peter and the Office Center at Minnetonka 28 and 29. Looking Back From The Tyler Journal THIRTY YEARS AGO Jensen Ford Sales will intro- duce the new 1973 Ford. David Bulkley VFW Post will hold a benefit dance for post col- ors at Showboat with music by The Drillers. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blegen and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Blegen were among guests at the Ray Blegen home at St. Peter Sunday where they celebrated the anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blegen and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heinz and the birth- day of Ray Blegen. Gall Wigton of Lake Benton and Denise Wellberg of Tyler were weekend guests of Kathy Boomgarden. Mrs. Boomgarden took the girls to the Corn Show at Little Rock, IA. King and queen candidates for homecoming are Kevin Hansen, Marsha Petersen, Dan Toil, Jean Brandt, Wayne Schreurs and Nadine Johnson. FORTY YEARS AGO Donna Sandager, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sandager, was a delegate for Tyler High School at the third Youth Traffic Safety Con- ference called by Gov. Elmer L. Andersen last Monday in St. Paul. The Ford Motor Company an- nounced this week that Jens Jensen of Brookings has purchased the Ford franchise of Holdridge Motor Sales in Tyler and will oper- ate it as Jensen Ford Sales. FIFTY YEARS AGO Professional recognition as a specialist in surgery has been re, ceived by Dr. Lewis A. Vadheim, who is associated with Dr. J. Ken- neth Affierbaugh in medical and general surgical practice. Over 50 golfers and their guests enjoyed a fine turkey dinner at the last men's night of the season. Two large turkeys were the gift of Folmer Hansen and E. T. McEvoy. Ike Fredericksen was the chef. The season's first square dance will be held at Danebod September 22. A telegram received Saturday from Henry Petersen, Jr., stated he had landed in San Francisco from Korea and will arrive in Tyler in a short time. Carl Green of Arco had his silo blow up on Thursday morning. It was filed with silage on Tuesday. The recent September heat wave has passed and the cool weather reminds us that the change of seasons is upon us. With that in mind, the newly formed Lincoln County Drift Clippers snowmobile club would like to welcome you to join them for the coming year. Club member Rick Peterson of Lake Benton said the club is already active and will be working on a trail system. "We're getting $18,000 from the Minnesota DNR," said Peterson. "We are working on set- ting up a trail system that will con- nect all the towns in the county." Peterson said the club has already purchased a groomer and a total of 82 miles of trails will be marked and groomed. The trail will hook up with a South Dakota trail sys- tem near Hendricks, and Peterson said they hope to soon be hooking up to trails in Lyon and Pipestone counties. The next meeting for the club is Tuesday, September 24th at 7:30 PM at Marty's in Tyler. The meet- ing place rotates from month-to- month to different towns and spon- sors. Everyone is welcome to at- tend. Membership in the club is $25 per person, or $40 per family. Peterson said the club is also look- ing for sponsors. Sponsorships can be purchased at three different lev- els. Bronze ($100) will entitle the sponsor to free membership and an Two Speakers Tell Of Research At Third Curly Leaf Pond Weed Meeting by Larry Hansen Monday evening, Sept. 9, the third meeting relating to the prob- lem of the Curly Leaf Pond Weed in Lake Benton Lake was held at the Community Center in Lake Benton. Approximately 50 people in attendance had the opportunity to hear two speakers tell of re- search that has been done to con- trol the Curly Leaf Pond Weed not only in Minnesota but also in other states that have the same problem as exists in Lake Benton Lake. With the help of Jim Doering, administrator of RCRCA (Redwood Cottonwood River Control Area) and the funding provided by that agency, the experiences and re- search study was made available to the people that attended. The two speakers were John Madsen and Wendy Croweil. Both gave power point presentations on their re- search and studies and answered numerous questions. John Madsen is an assistant professor in the Department of Bio- logical Sciences at Mankato State University and is a post editor of the Journal of Aquatic Plant Man- agement. Wendy Crowell is an aquatic biologist with the Minne- sota Department of Natural Re- sources (MnDNR) Exotic Species Program. John Madsen has worked in eastern and southern states in addition to Minnesota. Wendy' Crowell has spent the past eight years working for MnDNR man- aging various aquatic species con- trol efforts and helping to formu- late policy for Minnesota to deal with exotic species. Professor Madsen spoke about research done in management and control of the weed and the vari- ous herbicides available to be used as well as the use of weed harvest- ing machinery and the cos(s, ben- efits and effects of all. Wendy Crowell spoke mostly on the per- mitring process by MnDNR to use chemicals and the size of area that she has worked with in the re- search on control of aquatic spe- cies of weeds and particularly the Curly Leaf Pond Weed. Several things were learned. One thing is that any treatment for control and management will be expensive. The other is that one treatment will not eradicale the Curly Leaf Pond Weed, but vith management you can use herbi- cides to control the weed and not destroy the fish population. The Curly Leaf Pond Weed seems to do well in the more shallow lakes because the plants get the light nec- essary to grow which with deeper water they do not have that light necessary for growth. Presently there are seven or eight herbicides that can be used to control aquatic weeds. Two of the herbicides that seem to be ef- fective are Endothall and Floridone. Because of the length of time that Floridone remains effective and other factors considered, it may be the preferred herbicide to treat Lake Benton Lake. It was stated that much of the research has been done on lakes smaller than Lake Benton or in smaller test areas. The question was asked if a permit to treat the entire lake would be considered by the MnDNR and the answer was that you can ask but that has not been done previously on that large of area. Another question asked was why should it cost so much more to treat an acre of a lake than to spray an acre of farm land. The answer by Professor Madsen was that the cost of research and de- velopment enters into each herbi- cide and that the volume of sales for agricultural chemicals is much greater than for those to treat in water so the cost is going to be greater when working with con- trol of weeds in lakes versus farm land. Much was learned from the meeting regarding control of the Curl.y Leaf Pond Weed. Now it will require some study by a group of volunteers to analyze the informa- tion presented and consider what the best method of control would be. The resources and assistance of Jim Doering and RCRCA will orttinue to be available. There is considerable work and study to be done before any decision is made to adopt a plan of action. Our Commitment Is To Keep You Actve. Specialists will be available in the following communitites on these dates. Please call for an appointment. Pipestone: September 2 5 Marshall: September 18 G.M. Bemo MD WO. Ockon, MD K.C Qu,MD T.D. HowtT, ldl) LB. Kdodychuk, MD PdL Lod MD MJ. McKenae, lvlD B.It. Plait, kid P.D.P.eynen, IvlD K. P, odnmn, MD P,.C Sup. MD T.M. Zodlner, MD ORTHOPEDIC  1 N S T I T U T E Tyler Hlthclr Center Ty' 247-2201 FllXStone County Medwad Ccnltr Pipatone. 82S-58l I Weiaer Memor Medtotl Center. rdl] * 537-9260 Hcndricks Community Hmpitll. Hdricks 275-3| 34 www.ortho-i.com Area News advertisement on the trail map; Sil- ver ($200) includes membership, trail map ad and a stop on the Poker run; Gold ($300 or more) will in- clude all of the above, as well as a dedication sign on the trail. To become a member or spon- sor, or for more information, con- tact Peterson at 507-368-9520, or any of the club officers: Shad Lipinski of Ivanhoe, President - 507-694-1326; Dallas Drietz of Lake Benton, Vice President--507- 820-1933; Lyle Lamote of Tyler, Secretary--507-247-5327; Dennis Johnson of Hendricks, Trea- surer-507-275-3900. Peterson said to watch for ad- vertising in the local papers for upcoming club events. 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