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Her 104 t" Birthday page 9 ADC SOO02 C SMAULTOWN PAPERS  217 W COTA ST ' . SHELTON, WA 9e584-2203 \\;\ ",j ,,lih,,i,l,lllil.llhhlivl,ll.i.lll,l,.hv,ll,l.,ipl,I, November 20, 2013 Vol. 42 No. 26 $1.00 USPS 963-720 Tyler, Minnesota 56178 Looking ahead Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service Nov. 27 Ecumenical Thanksgiving Services will be held at Dane- hod Lutheran Church in Tyler on Wednesday evening Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. All'are welcome. Coffee and goodies will be sewed in the Folk School Din- ing Hall following worship. Advent Concert Dec. 4 An Advent Concert will be presented on Wednesday, Dec. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at St. John's Lu- theran, Lake Benton. See their ad for more information. Tyler Pool fundraiser on Nov. 24 A Belgian Waffle Swimming Pool Fundraiser will be held on Sunday, Nov. 24, sewing 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at the Tyler Legion Hall. See their ad for more information. Holiday Nov. 23 The 32nd annual Holiday Bazaar will be held on Satur- day, Nov. 23, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Russell Community Cen- ter. Photos by Robert Wolfington Volunteers from the Tyler Area Food Shelf hosted an open house on Sunday, Nov. 17. Guests toured the recent- ly completed facility located behind the Tyler City Hall in downtown Tyler. The shelves are stocked, the building is complete -- the Tyler Area Food Shelf is open for busi- ness. On Sunday, Nov. 17, the Tyler Area Food Shelf hosted its open house, inviting the community tO see the work that was done on the building. Located behind the Tyler City Hall, the new food shelf location officially opened its doors ear- lier this month. The volunteer-based orga- nization serves the Tyler area, reaching out into the surround- ing communities. The City of Tyler is providing the space that was previously used for storage. A number of organizations throughout Tyler helped get the food shelf into its new location. Early holiday deadline Due to an early print sched- ule for the Thanksgiving holi- day, deadline for all articles and ads will be Thursday, Nov. 21. For more events in the Tyler area see the calendar on page 3. Weekend Weathet Thursda Nov. 21 0 o Hi28 - L File photo Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in Tyler on Friday, Nov. 29 as part of Browse Tyler. Kids' games and activities as well as photos with Santa will be available throughout the evening at The Rock. Browse Tyler events roll on This year's Browse Tyler event continues this week with open houses around the community. Pluto Legal kicked off the cel- ebration on Friday, Nov. 15 with their open house with the Tyler Utilities department and Apollo Water following on Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday, Nov. 20, a num- ber of open houses are sched- uled throughout town. From 1-6 p.m. ]ohnson's Index Local : : Page 2 ................. __ ......................... -,. ............. Opinion Page 4 Faith Page z2 Claifieds Page 4 Spots Browse Tyler continues on page 12 Lions Club taking donations during Santa's visit to Tyler on Nov. 29 The Tyler Lions Club will be ons Club will be joining the Ty- collecting shoes and glasses ler Kiwanis and other groups during Santa's visit to Tyler on that will have games and ac- Friday, Nov. 29 at The Rock. The Lions Club will be col- lecting used eye glasses and shoes that 11 go to those who need them. During the evening, the Li- tivities for kids while they wait to meet Santa Claus. Those interested in donat- ing shoes are asked to tie the shoes together so they don't get separated. Where were you when it happened? Local residents reflect on the JFK assasination By Robert Wolfington tributeeditor@gmaiLcom There are moments in history where people will always re- member where they were when it happened. This Friday, Nov. 22 will mark the 50th anniversary of Presi- dent John E Kennedy being shot. President Kennedy was trav- eling in Dallas, Texas when gun shots rang out, taking his life. For many residents in the area, the event is all too fresh in their minds. Dennis and ]olean Faaborg were recently married when the news broke. Dennis Faaborg was working out in northern California in No- vember 1963. "I was working on shingling a roof," said Dennis Faaborg. "It was hard to concentrate when the news came out." ]olean Faaborg was working at the Tyler Clinic in 1963. When she went home for lunch she heard the news. "When I went back to work it was a whole different day," said ]olean Faaborg. Leila Teeselink remembers washing clothes when the news broke. Darrel Denney was on the road when the news broke. He didn't find out until he stopped at a grain elevator and saw everyone standing around the radio. "When I went in I saw every- one crowded around the radio," said Denny. "I didn't know why until they told me. I joined them right away." Robert Bullerman was work- ing on building a snow fence in the country when the news broke. It wasn't until later that afternoon that the news reached him. "We didn't have a radio with us at the time," said Bullerman. "It wasn't until I came in for dinner that I heard anything about it." ]ack ]ohnson said he was com- ing in for coffee when he heard the news. "I heard it on the television," ]ohnson said. "We were all in shock." School Board hears audit results The RTR School District re- ceived a clean audit report dur- ing its regular meeting on Mon- day, Nov. 18. Matthew Taubert of Meule- broeck, Taubert and Co. present- ed its audit report to the RTR School Board. Taubert said there was noth- ing that jumped out as an issue during the audit process. During the meeting the RTR School Board also officially cer- tified the election results from the Nov. 5 general school board election. Terry Gordon, Pat O'Toole and Margret Dunblazier each won their respective seats during the general election. They will take their seats on the board in ]anuary. Tyler Tribute 124 North Tyler Street, PO Box Q, Tyler, MN 56178 Phone and fax: 507-247-5502 E-mail: tribute@tylertribute.com www.tylertribute.com ' I