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Community Life Page3 The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, September 26, 2002 News by ELIN BULLERMAN Phone 247-3900 and Marlene Buchert of came Thursday after- to visit his mother, Arlene and his father, Everett at S Manor. They returned atur( y afternoon. afternoon visitors in Vander Sluis' home and Elin Bullerman, and Clarice Broekhuis of l, Rob and Wanda Lepper of Holland, and Delores DeGrote of itra Lewko of Minneapolis Seivert from near Salt came Friday and were of Donna Svendsen to attend their 60 reunion on Saturday. also visited with Clara before leaving on Sunday homes. Don and Vonnie Pickering of Ankeny, IA came Thursday after- noon to visit his mother, Marie Pickering at the Sunrise Manor and other relatives. Coming on Satur- day were Mike and Gloria Brygger of Alexandria, Allen and Dorothy Hansen of Brookings and Dennis Olsen of Brooklyn Park. They were all Saturday luncheon guests in Helen Olsen's home and supper guests in Spin Trautman's home. Don and Vonnie were Saturday overnight guests in Helen's home and all left on Sunday after having visited with Marie. Lee and Diane Nissen of Las Vegas came Friday, September 13 to visit his mother, Clara Oxholm at the Danebod Village and were houseguests of his sister, Donna Svendsen. They left for home on the 16th. Gets Twenty Year Award... Chuck Gackstetter of Tyler was honored Thursday night for his 20 years of being a Gun Safety instructor. He is pictured at the right, above, receiving an engraved Leatherman tool from Con- servation Officer Douglas Lage of Marshall, who covers Lincoln and Lyon counties. Gackstetter was beginning this fall's gun safety class for youth. His fellow instructors are all former students of his. Girl Scout Fall Nut Sales The annual Girl Scout Nut sale will be coming to your community September 27 through October 13. Customers may choose from a se- lection of nine choices including: chocolate covered.peanuts, honey roasted peanuts, peanut squares, whole fancy cashews, mixed nuts with peanuts, malted milk balls, mountain mix. butter toffee pea- nuts, and hot Cajun crunch mix. The annual Girl Scout nut sale is an event that works in two ways. It raises funds for an organization that supports over 5,600 girls with fun, informal learning activities, and it teaches important life skills such as goal setting and money manage- ment. Girl Scout troops will be taking door-to-door orders from Septem- ber 27 through October 13 and delivering their sales from Novem- ber 8-22. Other Girl Scouts will be selling door-to-door with the nut choices in hand November 8-22. Proceeds from the nut sale are used to support local troop activities and programs in Girl Scouts Peaccpipe Council. For more information or if no one stops at your door, contact Girl Scouts Peacepipe Council at 1-800- 322-GIRL. Girl Scouting is about girls - their interests, their needs, and their futures. Keep Girl Scouts growing strong - support the Girl Scouts in your community! Library Letters by CARLA SKJONG Fun Book Bonanza List Dear Readers, We have a wonderful harvest of books this week so make a list immediately ofatl you wish to read this winter. Great books should be pouring in all fall. We'll get right to the important info and make one of our fun book bonaza lists. Among the fabulous finds are: Standing In The Rain- bow by Fannie Flagg (Fried Green Tomatoes); Stone Kiss by Faye Kellerman; Julie Garwood's Kill- joy," and Blessings by Anna Quindlen (One True Thing.) The list continues with The Royal Physician's Visit by Per Olov Enquist (set in Denmark in the 1760s); Tess Gerritsen's The Ap- prentice (the epitome of medical suspense); Shadow Puppets by Orson Scott Card (a sequal to Ender's Shadow); and The Dive From Clausen 's Pier, a magnificent first novel by Ann Packer, recom- mended by Good Morning America's book club. Follow these up with A Love Of My Own by E. Lynn Harris (Any Way The Wind Blows); and Marlo Thomas' The Right Words At The Right Time, an inspiring collection of personal revelations from more than 100 remarkable men and women who share a moment when words changed their lives, for a whole winter of wonderful reads. Stop by the library or call for more information about our Senior Surf sessions. These will be begin- ner computer classes offered to seniors. They are scheduled lor Tuesday, October 8 at 9 a.m. and Thursday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m. We can handle six people per class and the classes are the ideal friendly and fun way to get you started in the world of computers, lnternet and e-mail. American Legion Auxiliary Met September 18 The American Legion Auxiliary met September 18 with 12 mem- bers present. The Auxiliary executive board served the supper. President Maryann DeBoer opened the meeting with the flag pledge. The members were led in prayer by the Chaplain Lilian Zajic. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and the preamble was read. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read and approved. The meeting was adjourned with a prayer given by the Chap- lain. Reporter, lone Christensen Do you have something to say? Write a letter/ re Work On Gun Range... continue to pour cement walls at the new gun range mile west of Tyler. Our Tyler Friends: we will be on our ." in Florida. thank everyone that Cards, or person- gracious, and we thank Our special friends who open house party and to b Came, we thank you. Thank Our STRONG friends and Who helped us move es- the p GO, not once but twice ! grateful. all, to the entire commu- has made us a part of your 353 lrs, we say thank you. lta'l, 1 will always be home. ay and Ruth Riley 4188 Greenwich Ct. FL 34711 FOR RENT Private Rooms In Board and Room Retirement Home Danebod Village Tyler, MN 56178 Friendly Home-like Atmosphere Three Homecooked Meals Two Coffees Daily Personal Laundry Rooms Cleaned Linens Furnished Cable TV In All Rooms StaffOn Duty 24- Hours Reasonble Rates For Information, Call Harriet Buhl, Manager 507-247-3200 ll ll Check Out Our New Weekly 1 Drink Specials at Marry's! MONDAYS: McMasters Whiskey - 50 cents OFF All Night TUESDAYS: Tangueray Gin - 50 cents Off All Night WEDNESDAYS: Windsor Canadian Whiskey - 50 cents Off Each Drink All Night THURSDAYS: Tap Beer Night - 50 cents per Tap m FRIDAYS: 9 p.m. to 12 Midnight - , .......... , m Drink of the Night - 50 cents Off All Night h Friday II Always Open Until 1 and MARTYT BAR g, GRILL IYlONE 247"525t MAltt STREET, mER U 000 We have a number of inquiries out to ADM, MCP and various accounting firms to determine if any taxable gain can be de- ferred to the next tax year. The bottom line - no one knows for certain - YET. The answers are coming, and we'll know the answer soon. If you might incur substantial taxes from the MCP/ADM sale, we urge you to wait and not complete the stock transmittal. If you want detailed information of what/s known for sure, contact George at 800-588-5421. 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