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Tyler Tribute - Page 2 Wednesday, October 18, 2017 New Arrivals Ajax Daniel Paluch Looking ahead Trunk-or- Treat at Trunk-or-Treat will be held at Danebod Court, Tyler on Sunday, Oct. 29, 4:30-6 p.m. See their ad for more de- tails. meeting The Tyler Golf Club's annual meeting is Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. at the club- house. A meal will be served at 6 p.m. See their ad for more de- tails. Flu shot clinic at Flu shots will be giv- en at Thrifty White in Tyler on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2 p.m.-5 p.m. and Thursday, Oct. 19, 9 a.m-12 p.m. See their ad for more details. Upcoming Commu- nity Ed classes are: Kids Paint, Oct. 21, 10 am.- 12 p.m. at The Rock; and Clay Building with Paul Tuszynski, Oct. 23 and Nov. 6, 6-9 p.m. in the RTR art room. Call Pam Blake at 247-5687 for more information. Fall Event Lincoln County Senior Citizens Fall Event will be Thursday, Oct. t9 at the Ivanhoe VFW with Bingo at 5 p.m. and din- ner at 6 p.m. See their ad for more details. Oct. 22 The Buffalo Ridge Chorale concert "Melo- dies of Peace" will be presented Sunday, Oct. 22 at St. John Cantius Church, Wilno. classes in Hendricks EMR/EMT classes will begin Nov. 7 at Hendricks Community Hospital. See the ad for all the details. www.rtrschools.org FIND US ON Daniel, son of Mark and Wanda Paluch, and Casey, daughter of Ron and Pam Thee/t, are pround to announce the birth of their son Ajax Daniel Paluch, born Sept. 27 weighing eight lbs. and measuring 21 inches long. Obituaries Delores Huber Huber was born Nov. 14, Nov. 14, 1926 - Oct. 13, 2017 1926 on the family farm Mass of Christian Burial near Arco to John and for Delores Huber, age 90 Hedwig (Dastych) Zgoda. of Marshall, will be 10:30 In 1948 she married Rus- a.m. Friday, Oct. 20 at Holy sell Huber at Sts. Peter and Redeemer Catholic Church Paul Catholic Church in in Marshall. Visitation will Ivanhoe. be Thursday, 4-8 p.m., with She is survived by her CCW Rosary at 4 p.m. and children Richard (Doris) Parish Prayer Service at 7 Huber of Ghent, Jeanne p.m. at Rehkamp Horvath (Mile) Serreyn of Las Ve- Funeral Home in Marshall. gas, Nevada, and Randall Visitation will continue (Janis) Huber of Alexan- 8:30-10 a.m. Friday at the dria;daughter-in-lawMary funeral home. Huber of Mahnomen; nine Delores died Friday, grandchildren and seven Oct. 13 at Boulder Creek great-grandchildren. She Assisted Memory Care in was preceded in death by Marshall. Arrangements her parents, husband Rus- are with Rehkamp Her- sell, son Roger, sisters Do- vath Funeral Directors, ris Schreurs, Lucy Fligge, Marshall, www.rehkamp- and Rose Frank and broth- horvath.com ers Basil, Lawrence and Jo- Delores Jean (Zgoda) sephZgoda. William Sowden was horn Nov. 7, 1923 to Nov. 7, 1923 - Jan. 1, 2017 Charles and Rosa (Brown) William W. Sowden, age Sowden at home in Lake 93, formerly of Lake Ben- Benton. He served in the ton, passed away at Lake U.S. Army as a rifleman in View Ranch in Darwin on WWII. Jan. 1. He is survived by his sis- Graveside services will ters-in-law, Jeri Sowden of be Oct. 23, 11 a.m. at Me- Rockwell City, Iowa, Betty morial Hill Cemetery in Sowden of Pipestone, and Lake Benton. Arrange- Joyce Sowden of Canada; ments are provided by and many nieces and Hartquist Funeral Home, nephews and his Lake Utoft-Johansen Chapel in View Ranch family. Lake Benton. On-line at He was preceded in www.hartquistfuneral, death byhis parents, three corn ..... sisters and six brothers. William Warner Sowden RTR Public Schools Home o/the Knights/ High School Events Wednesday, Oct. 18 - 8:30 a.m. Ditch cleaning; Early dismissal at 12 p.m.; Football at HBC, 7 p.m.; Last day of the quarter Oct. 19-20 - No school, MEA Monday, Oct. 23 - First day of second quarter; Volleyball vs. RCW, 7 p.m. Oct. 24-28 - National FFA Convention Thursday, Oct. 26 - Parent-Teacher conferences, 4-7:30 p.m. Middle School Events Wednesday, Oct. 18 - Dismissal at noon; 1st quarter end Oct. 19-20 - No school, MEA Monday, Oct. 23 - Second quarter begins Tuesday, Oct. 24 - Football pizza party at high school ends at 5:3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25 - Courage Retreat at Pipestone - 7th grade Thursday, Oct. 26 - Young Artist Conference; Picture retakes; Parent-Teacher conferences, 4-7:30 p.m. Elementary School Events Wednesday, Oct. 18 - Dismissal at noon; 1st quarter end Oct. 19-20 - No school, MEA High School Middle School Elementary School PO Box 659 PO Box 310 PO Box B Tyler, MN 56178 Russell, MN 56169 Ruthton, MN 56170 507-247-5911 507-823-4371 507-658-3301 Dear Readers, Library Letters Please note that the li- By Carla Skjong brary will be closed Thurs- day, Oct. 19 and Saturday, book"Practical Magic" and Napa Valley wine country. Oct. 21. now offers its sequel, "The Add to these ' Astrophys- Also, plan to attend our Rules of Magic." In this ics for People in a Hurry" special United Way Read novel the Owens familyby Neff deGrasse Tyson for the Record children's has been cursed since the and you have quite an at- story time on Thursday, 1600s and the only way to tractive selection. This Oct. 26. It will take place at avoid the curse is to never short little book will intro- the library at 10 a.m. when fall in love. duce you to the Big Bang, we will read the fun book Also, believe it or not, black holes, quarks, quan- "Quackers" by Liz Wong. we have another new Dan- tum mechanics, and more. We have severalamazingielle Steel novel, the third Who possibly could be a new books to recommendin about as many months! better, easy-to-understand to you both this week and It is called "Fairytale" and teacher than Professor Ty- next week. Alice Hoffman is a love story and family son? dazzled readers with her drama set in California's Kiwanis holds monthly business meeting The Tyler Kiwanis Club Tyler Kiwanis Club News met Oct. 11 at noon at the ByJudy Wi//iamson, reporter Kronborg Inn and enjoyed a pizza bar and dessert, monthlybusinessmeeting, speaker for Oct. 18 will be After the meal, Pastor Judy Williamson handedLori Hart, the manager of Wayde Kenneke opened outthe Treasurer's report Maynard's. Charlie Swen- the meeting with the and minutes from the last sen will be the speaker on Pledge to the American meeting. They were ac-Oct. 25. Flag, the last verse of cepted and approved. With no further busi- ' America" and led us in The schedule for theup- ness the meeting was ad- prayer, coming basketball games journed at 1p.m. Happy Bucks were put was shown and we dis- The Tyler Kiwanis Club inbyLyle Hanson, because cussed selling tickets for has been meeting for over he was happy to be there; the games. There are iust 60 years. They enjoy a Merle Hansen, who was two volleyball games left noon meal and lively con- happy to be at the meet- in the season, versations. They serve the ing; and Judy Williamson, We discussed speakers Tyler community in nu- who was happy to have the for our upcoming meet-merousways. Youarewel- Kiwanis President there, ings in November. The come to come and visit us and everyone else, too. remainder of October has anytime. This week was our speakers scheduled. Our Avera Tyler celebrates McKennan Hospital, San- years old with a signed their 20-year partnership ford Medical Center, Avera parent consent form found with Community Blood Heart Hospital and the V.A. at www.cbblifeblood.org) Bank to provide blood to Medical Center in Sioux weigh 110 pounds or more the community's patients Falls, South Dakota. and be in good general in need. Community Blood Avera Tyler will host a health. It is recommended Bank is a joint cooperative community blood drive that a person eat and drink venture of Sanford and on Thursday, Oct. 26 plenty of fluid prior to do- Avera Health. The Com- from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. hating blood. Additional munity Blood Bank cur- and 3-6 p.m. With addi- questions regarding blood rently serves 34 hospitals tional blood drives sched- donations and Community in eastern southwestern uled in 2018 for May 22, Blood Bank may be an- Minnesota, South Dakota Aug. 28 and Oct. 23, 2018. sweredbycallingAveraTy- and northwestern Iowa. Appointments for dona-ler's Lab at507-247-2213, In addition to being the tions can be made by call- calling Community Blood only blood provider to ing the Avera Tyler Lab at Bank directly at 1-877- Avera Tyler, the Commu- 507-247-2213between 8877-3070 or logging onto nityBlood Bank isthe sole a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Men- www.cbblifeblood.org. blood provider for Avera day through Friday. Didn't Community Blood Bank have time to make an ap- is accredited by the Ameri- pointment? Walk in do-can Association of Blood RTR Elementary nors are always welcome! Banks (AABB), the College Lunch Menus The donation experience of American Pathologist typically lasts 20-30 min- (CAP) and is compliant Wednesday, Oct. 18utes. Donors will continue with all Food and Drug Breakfast: Cereal, fruit to receive recognition for Administration (FDA) Lunch: Turkey and cheese their blood donation his- guidelines. The Commu- sub, chips, fruit tory through the Commu- nity Blood Bank provides Oct. 19-20 nity Blood Bank. Bloodblood and blood products No School- MEA donated will come back to to the armed forces and Monday, Oct. 23 serve the patients of the serves communitiesacross Breakfast: Pancakes, yogurt Tyler region, our country in the midst of cup, fruit Lunch: Baked potato bar, cheesy broccoli, Blood donors must be disaster when needed. bread, fruit at least 17 years old (16 Tuesday, Oct. 24 Breakfast: Cereal, toast, fruit 55 + driver Lu.ch: Taco Tuesday cheesy ,m gruv=m=nL retried beans, corn, fruit Wednesday, Oct. program offered in Tyler Breakfast: Cereal, fruit Lunch: Chicken bacon ranch pasta, caramelized carrots The Minnesota Highway and vehicle technology. Thursday, Oct. 26 Safety Center will be offer- This class has something Breakfast: Breakfast cookie ing a 55+ Driver Improve- for everyone! For more and fruit Lunch: Beef burrito ment Course on the tel- information or to register, casserole, corn, fruit lowing days: visit our website at www. Oct. 23--Four-hour re-mnsafetycenter.org or call ..... fresher course, 5-9 p.m., TOLL FREE 1-(888)-234- RTR Middle and First English Lutheran1294. This course is now High School Church, 245 E Hughes St., available online aswell. Go Tyler to the web address above Lunch Menus Nov. 1--Four-hour Re- to take the course online Wednesday, Oct. 18 fresher Course, 5-9 p.m., from your home. Turkey and cheese sub, Marshall Middle School - Persons age 55 and chipsJruit Com. Ed., 401 S Saratoga older who complete the Oct. 19-20 St., Marshall course qualify for a 10 per- No School- MEA The Driver Improve- cent discounton theirauto Monday, Oct. 23 ment course is open to the insurance premiums for Baked potato bar, cheesy public; pre-registration is three years, according to broccoli, bread, fruit requested. A MN Highway Minnesota law. First-time Tuesday, Oct. 24 Safetyand Research Center participants must com- Taco Tuesday, cheesy retried certified instructor teaches plete the initial eight hours beans, corn, fruit this class. By utilizing the of training and a four-hour Wednesday, Oct. 25 Chicken/bacon/ranch pasta, most up-to-date research refresher class every three caramelized carrots, fruit in the field, participants years to maintain the 10 Thursday, Oct. 26 will be provided the lat- percent discount. Beef burrito casserole, corn, est information in regards fruit to driver safety, new laws, The Rock Christian Youth Center is ready to serve! Thank you to all for making the Rock's 13th annual rummage sale a great success. Your donations, over 70 volunteers, 3 weeks of work, and your shopping resulted in $8,273.50! The Rock is open for youth 3rd- 12th grade on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month. The Rock is also available for private parties call 507-828-2928 for reservations. Interested in volunteering call for information. Thank you and God Bless you Help tackle the Flu this year! Come get your flu shot at your local Thrifty White Pharmacy. Wednesday, October 18 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Thursday, October 19 9 a.m.-Noon O THRIFTY 183 North Tyler Street WHITE Tyler, MN 56178 507-247-S504 1-877-477-0830