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Tyler Tribute - Page 2 Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Many Villagers family guests this week We have not had much going on here at the Vil- lage. We continue to do our normal daily activities of playing cards, exercis- ing and singing. Next week we will be busy as we have a few birthdays and some entertainment coming to the Village. Ceil Dubbeldee enjoyed her visit with her niece Gloria Doubler of Walnut Grove on Wednesday af- ternoon. Ceil's grandson Kevin Farasyn and family from Oklahoma were here last week for a visit. Vernon Kock had a won- derful time on Wednesday when he went to Marshall to celebrate his wife Agne- ta's birthday. Their daugh- ters Deb Schaefer of Lake Benton and Donna Wins- dorf and family of Marshall were also in attendance. Marilyn Grenz enjoyed her weekend with her son Jim Grenz of Mankato. Jim stayed here at the village and they enjoyed visiting and meals together. Mervil and Lorraine Knudsen had a wonderful visit last week with their son Dave and Carol Knud- Danebod Village News By Lisa King sen of Rocky Ford, Colo. Virginia Thomsen had a wonderful visit with her granddaughter and family, Robin and Jake Schleppen- bach from St. Louis Park. Darrell and Jan Thomsen were here Friday for coffee in the morning and visited about their trip to Iowa. Teresa Johnson enjoyed her visit with Dale and Cheryl Johnson of Lake Benton on Sunday eve- ning. Dorothy Rourk had a wonderful time when her son lira and Darcy Rourk and their daughter Kelsey Simons, all of Vancouver, Wash., came for a visit. They enjoyed doing a little touring of Lake Benton and supper at the Coun- try House in Lake Benton. Other visitors throughout the week were Tom Price of Keystone, S.D., Karl Price of St. Paul and Ray and Ann Galbraith of Bry- ant, S.D. iwanlans ma The Tyler Kiwanis meet- ing was held last Wednes- day, Sept. 10 from noon to 1 p.m. at the Timber Tav- ern. A delicious ham din- ner was served. Follow- ing the meal the meeting opened with the pledge to the American flag, the last verse of "America" and a prayer led by Pastor Cy. Betty Jo led the song "Keep it Booming." Three Happy Bucks were given by Betty ]o for a great Senior Retreat at Lake Shetek, her program speaker--daughterRuth-- and quarterback grandson Johnny got Athlete of the Week in the Minneapolis Tribune. Happy Bucks were also given by Dr. Snow be- cause his Lion's team won, Darrel D. because his wife Beverly was here, Merle H. because his wife Shir- ley was here, and Robert because the Vikings won. Guests were here from Pipestone--Sheriff Dan Delaney and Keith Nettik, manager of Coborn's. Ruth Rupp opened her program on marathon training with the follow- ing Runner's Prayer, "God, grant me the courage to run the race. Help me to persevere as you taught us. Grant me the strength to finish strong. Honor me with Your presence on my journey. Allow me to be a Grace Runner this day. Oh, Lord, one more breath, one more step, one more Tyler Kiwanis Club News By Betty Jo Solberg mile--finish line. This is my prayer. I can do all things through Christ Who strengthens me. Amen." Ruth and her sister Sarah Libbon ran in the Grand- ma's Marathon in Duluthl There were 7,299 run- ners in the half-marathon, 6,212 runners in the full marathon and 2,000-plus runners in the 5K. Training for such an event requires dedication and endurance, including miles and miles of running for many weeks in advance. A special diet plan is part of the regimen, as well. Ruth handed out book- lets she had made for Ki- wanians and guests. She gave two door prizes. Merle H. got a pedometer and Beverly Denney won a water bottle. Such an in- teresting and informative program. Pastor Cy will have the program on Sept. 17 and beef steak will be on the menu. The Tyler Kiwanis has been meeting for over 60 years. They enjoy a noon meal and lively con- versations. They serve the Tyler community in nu- merous ways. You are wel- come to join. WIRELESS WORLD Tyler 507-247-5400 ~..~_.. Marshall 507-929-5400 Verizon Direct TV. Dish Network Cell Phones Home Internet Surveillance Accessories WiFi Systems Home Phone Tablets Home Theater The Rock Christian Youth Center's Annual Friday and Saturday, October 3 and 4 Items are needed and greatly appreciated and will be accepted September 22-29 and can be placed by the front doors. We are sorry we cannot accept old TVs, computers, microwaves, baby cribs and car seats. I If you would like to ~ .. I help with setting up the ~!~!. ........ I sa,e please stop ln when I we are work ng or call ..... I 507-828-2928 for ~ ~'~l ~*,*J specific times. ~~~ ~~ The Rock is located~1 ~1~~ ~ ~ l next to Maynards. I* ~ -- ~- I ' I funq Museum loan Jagt, representing the Tyler Area Community Foundation, presents a check for $950 to Lincoln County Pioneer Museum Board Members Orlan Sandro and Allen Johnson. The funds are to be used toward shingles for the Depot Building and are from the Tyler Area Community Foundation with support from SWIE Lincoln County Pioneer museum improvements nearing completion The Board of Directors of the Lincoln County Histor- ical society met Sept. 2 in Hendricks. Reshingling the Depot Building with EDCO slate steel shingles, resem- bling the original shale shingles, is completed. The Society appreciates the ad- ditional financial support provided by the Lincoln County Commissioners for this project. The Depot will be repainted in 2015. The Sears Roebuck House also needs new shingles. A laminate shin- gle with a 50-year warran- Lincoln County Historical Society News By Wayne Hexem ty is being installed. While the installers have equip- ment in place, they will also replace the house's soffit and fascia with white-coated steel. Several green ash trees close to the Depot posed potential damage to the roof. Thanks to the Hen- dricks City Office and City Crew for removing these trees and for their ongoing maintenance of the muse- um grounds. After a successful 2014 season, the Museum closed on Labor Day. The Board meets the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. The next meeting is Oct. 7, in the Community Room of the Hendricks City Hall. Contact us at (507) 275-3537 or write to P.O. Box 211, Hendricks, MN 56136. Dear Readers, Our summer/fall flip- flop weather requires some good reading ma- terial and we have it for you this week, for sure. More new fiction has ar- rived and we're very ex- cited about it. Most of the books were expected but one was a nice surprise from a popular author we have not heard from for a while. ]an Karon, famous for the Mitford series, has a new Mitford novel called "Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good." Be the Library Letters By Carla Skjong first to read about another phase in the life of Father Tim Kavanagh as he re- turns to Mitford. Other new books in- clude "Eyes Only," yet an- other book in the Sister- hood series (it is number 24!) by Fern Michaels, and "The Eye of Heaven" by Clive Cussler (and Russell Blake.) Another interest- ing book for your reading list is "Her Last Whisper" by Karen Robards. Not to be outdone, of course, is the ever prolific ]ames Patterson, writing with Michael White. Their latest bestseller, "Private Down Under," relates the first case of the newly opened branch of the Pri- vate Detective Agency in Sydney, Australia. Please note that the li- brary will be closed Satur- day, Sept. 20. el pu Two celebrities are coming to Hendricks--Dr. Terry Barclay, a top-notch specialist, will be talking to doctors and profession- als in the morning, and ]enna Herbig from the A1- zheimer's Association will have a presentation for the public at the Hendricks Hospital Chapel Room on Sept. 19 at 2 p.m. If you have any ques- tions about dementia, this would be the one to at- tend. Questions can be an- swered confidentially or during the open forum. A free educational ses- sion, Understanding De- mentia: A Personal and Public Imperative, will be presented by Jenna Herbig, LSW, Regional Care Con- sultant Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter - Alzheim- er's Association. Presenta- tion will include Cognitive Impairment, Memory Loss and Alzheimer's. Also be- ing presented, A Family Af- fair: Communicating and Planning for the Future, on legal and financial is- sues. This presentation is by special guest speaker Thomas Reeves, Atty. At Law. Bring your questions or write them down to be an- swered confidentially, or ask them after the presen- tation. Registration and ques- tion submission begins at 1:30 p.m. Coffee and cook- ies will be served. Space is limited and pre- registration requested, but not required to attend, by telephone: Call Rosanne at: 507-829-0780; by e-mail: ACE.Lincoln@co.lincoln. mn.us. Please include your name, phone number and e-mail (if available). This event is sponsored by A.C.E. of SW Minne- sota, (Advocate-Connect- Educate), Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging and Hendricks Community Hospital Association. ~UNDERGROUNO, LLC SPECIALIZING IN DIRECTIONAL DRILLING OF ALL TYPES: Farm Drainage I Electrical Sewer I Culverts I Water Geo Thermal ALSO: Excavation Demolition Dozer Work Tree Moving Site Work Gravel Call Tony 507-530-6482 being held 18 Approaching Alzheim- er's: Make Your First Re- sponse the Right Response is a training session be- ing held for rescue, fire, and law enforcement on Thursday, Sept. 18 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Min- nesota West Community and Technical College, Fine Arts Theater, 1450 Collegeway, Worthing- ton. A light supper will be served at 6 p.m. To pre- register or inquire about the video conference sites (which are available upon request) contact Joyce Ja- cobs, Nobles County Emer- gency Management Office, 507/295-5212. A Certifi- cate of Attendance will be available. The presenter will be ]odi Keller, Program Manager, Southern Re- gional Center Minnesota- North Dakota Alzheimer's Association. Sponsored by the MN Board on Aging, MN River Area Agency on Aging, ACT on Alzheimer's and the Alzheimer's Asso- ciation MN/ND Chapter. School Board continued from page 1 mittee to contact with Ban- ner Associates to assess the 1903 building in Ty- ler, the corner of the 1918 building in Tyler, the south wall of the 1994 building in Tyler and the northwest corner of the gymnasium in Russell. The committee had re- viewed the proposal from Banner Associates at its meeting in August. The proposal estimated the cost for the assessment at $4,800. In addition to Banner Associates, the committee had also recommended the purchase of a new fixed scoreboard for the Russell gym and a portable score- board for Ruthton. The school board ap- proved the recommenda- tions. School board member Peggy Dunblazier said she also wanted to see the district address the 1903 building, which she described as being in bad shape. The committee toured the building during the meeting and she said they were told not to go to the third floor out of con- cerns of potentially falling through the floor. Dunblazier said she be- lieves the issue needs to be addressed soon. The RTR School Board also heard first reading of its new policy guide. Houck said the school's attorney made recommen- dations due to data pri- vacy concerns related to the public forum, includ- ing limiting the time to 15 minutes instead of the cur- rent 30 minutes. Houck also said the at- torney recommended the school board members and administration not address any questions or comments during the pub- lic forum held prior to the meeting. School board member Doug Possail expressed concerns over the new policy recommendations. The RTR Policy Com- mittee will be meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. in Ruthton to discuss the new policy. Additional readings of the policy will need to be held before the board of- ficially votes on the chang- es. FABRICATION I REPAIRS MAINTENANCE Farm Machinery Repairs Custom Manufacturing Free Standing Corral Panels and Windbreaks