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Tyler Tribute - Page 2 Our Town Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Couple welcomed to Tyler The Tyler Area Commu- nity Club Welcome Com- mittee welcomed Ethan Wies and his fiance Kendra Krog to Tyler. The couple has three-year-old Brielle Rae and a baby on the way, due in May. Ethan's former residence is Centuria, Wisc. and Ken- Tyler Area Community Club News dra was from Marshall. Ethan is a wind tech for Renew Energy and Kendra is a nursing student at Min- nesota West Pipestone. Kendra has many rela- tives from the Lake Ben- ton area where her father Chad Krog grew up. For hobbies and in- terests they love to play outside, go on bike rides, enjoy water sports and hunting and fishing. New County Committee election ballots to be mailed Photo by Sandy Hanson Page Turners sing at nursing home On Tuesday, Dec. 10, the Page Turners Book Club of Tyler performed their an- nual caroling for the residents of Sunrise Manor Nursing Home. Singers pictured above, left to right, are Bev Hess, Suebee Fo) Joyce Dass, Sharon Jacobsen, Dean- na Knudsen, Jeannie Biomgren and Betty Jo Solberg. Very early holiday deadlines Early deadlines will be in place for the Dec. 25 and ]an. I issues of the pa- per due to our early print schedule. For the Dec. 25 issue, deadline for the Peach ads is 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 18; ads and articles for that paper have a dead- line of Thursday noon, Dec. 19. The same schedule will be in place for the Jan. 1 issue with the exception of the Peach ad deadline which will be noon on Thursday, Dec. 26, which is the same deadline for ads and articles for the Jan. 1 paper. If you have dated ads or articles that need to get in the paper and aren't sure when you need to have it in, please call the news- paper office and we'll help you with that. Anything will be accepted early and held until you want it to run. Angel of Remembrance project at Ridgeview Hospice For the past 12 years, Ridgeview Hospice has sponsored a Willow Tree Angel project at Christmas time. This is a wonderful time of year to remem- ber our loved ones with a donation to the hospice program and to receive j a beautiful ornament to place on your Christmas tree. Instead of an angel figurine, this year's orna- ment is a beautiful Willow Tree metal-edged pendant of the Holy Family. Hospice donations are utilized to support our local program and the patients we serve. If you would like to help support your local hospice program and receive an ornament to adorn your tree, please stop in the home care/hospice office any time Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or call us at 507-247- 5973 to reserve your orna- ment. Old Fashioned Danish Christmas winners announced Despite the cold weath- er, many people participat- ed in the events at the Old Fashioned Danish Christ- mas. It wasn't a record crowd by any means, but those who attended had a lot of fun participating in the day's activities. Winners of the $25 Wal- mart Gift Certificates for their Lego entries were Ryelle Tuszynski and Der- rick Buffington of Tyler. Other raffle winners in- cluded Darla Madsen, who won Michelle Weber's painting of the Stone Hall which she painted during Aebleskiver Days, with the Danebod Church in the background; ]an Thomsen, Tyler City Offices will be closing at noon on Christmas Eve whose name was drawn for Linda Ballard's beau- tiful painting of Danebod Lutheran Church; and Mar- ilyn Mortland, who won the quilt which was made by the Danebod Quilters. A big thank you to all who attended the event and helped make it an- other successful Old Fash- ioned Danish Christmas, especially Marilyn (Buhl) Parker and the Jazz Inter- }reters. The County Committee election ballots that were mailed to LAA 2 produc- ers on Nov. 4 were incor- rectly printed with the producer's name and ad- dress on the back of the ballot. County Commit- tee elections must use a secret ballot so the mis- printed ballots/:annot be used. New ballots will be mailed to producers in LAA 2, which is Marble, Royal, Ash Lake, Diamond Lake and Lake Benton Townships, on Dec. 20. Voters must sign the sticker in the ballot and vote for the candidate of choice or write in a can- didate. The corrected bal- lot must be returned to the Lincoln County FSA Office or postmarked by ]an. 17, 2014. Ballots will be tabulated on Jan. 22, 2014. All newly-elected County Committee mem- bers will take office Feb. 18, 2014. County Committee members are an impor- tant component of the operations of FSA and provide a link between the agricultural commu- nity and USDA. Farmers and ranchers elected to County Committees help deliver FSA programs at the local level, apply- ing their knowledge and judgment to make de- cisions on commodity price support programs, conservation programs, incentive indemnity and disaster programs for some commodities, emergency programs and eligibility. FSA commit- tees operate within offi- cial regulations designed to carry out federal laws: The candidate in this year's election is Bernard Aronson. He is nominated in LAA 2, Lincoln County, to serve as a committee member. Aronson pro- duced crops and live- stock for many years. He is an active mem- ber of the Lincoln County Farm Bureau and serves as President. He is the Ash Lake Township Trea- surer and a member of the Lincoln County Corn and Soybean Associa- tion. More information on County Committees, such as the new 2013 fact sheet and brochures, can be found on the FSA website at www.fsa.usda. gov/elections or at a lo- cal USDA Service Center. Lefse-making and rosemaling experience at Children's Museum The Children's Museum of South Dakota is excited to announce the museum and Caf6 Coteau will be open on Monday, Dec. 23 for a special holiday treat. The Sons of Norway are offering families an op- portunity to experience the Norwegian Christmas traditions with free lefse- making and rosemaling in Caf Coteau from 2-4 p.m. Families are encour- aged to come participate and learn what it takes to create this traditional soft, Norwegian flatbread. Plus, children will have the opportunity to create their very own rosemaled picture. Rosemaling is a Norwegian decorative folk art form that uses flowing lines, scrollwork, floral de- signs and many colors. No registration required, just drop in. Come join the funl "Celebrate the Child," one- man play at Opera House "Celebrate the Child," a one-man play featuring Christian actor and speak- er Jonathan Swenson, will be performed at the Lake Benton Opera House in downtown Lake Benton on Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. Writ- ten by Curt Cloninger, this combination of"characters and carols" explores the birth of Jesus through the eyes of six different people whose lives were some- how intertwined with the birth of Christ. Both enter- taining and thought-pro- voking, the drama invites the audience to experience DRAMMEN TOWNSHIP Notice: Affidavits of candidacy may be filed for one Supervisor, three-year term and one Clerk, two-year term for the Drammen Township. Affidavits may be filed at Mary Thooft's home from January I to January 15, 2014. A two dollar filing fee applies. the Nativity in fresh and meaningful ways. Swenson is a gradu- ate of Gustavus Adolphus College (B.A. in Psychol- ogy, Theater and Music, 1988) and Luther Semi- nary (Master's of Divin- ity, 1994). As an ordained pastor, he has served par- ishes in Iowa and Minne- sota for nearly 20 years. As a professional Chris- tian actor and the found- ing director of Paraphrase Theatre, Swenson travels throughout the country speaking and performing at churches, conferences, camps, retreats and other special events. His region- al theater credits include such roles as Tevye ("Fid- dler on the Roof"), Daddy Warbucks ('iAnnie") and Nathan Detroit ("Guys and Dolls"). He is also a regu- larly featured soloist with Orchestra Iowa's Follies. Reservations can be made by calling 1-866- 944-9687. For more infor- mation about the upcom- ing "Celebrate the Child" performance, see www. windsoftheprairie.org CITIZENS OF LAKE STAY TOWNSHIP Anyone interested in applying for the positions of Clerk for a 2-year term or Supervisor for a 3-year term may file with the Clerk beginning Tuesday, December 31 until Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 5 p.m. The election will be held on Tuesday, March 11, 2014. Have a Very Merry Christmas Here's hoping everything runs smoothly for you this holiday season. We're always at your service and are grateful for your business. THOMSEN HARDWARE, LLC I] Downtown Tyler 507-247-5553 .. ,..." ,, ,, ,./,,/,,.,,q. ,/ ,. ,,,, ,,.,, ,.,/, ,,,.,, , Z d, d,t/ With exceeding great joy, we wish you and your family all the blessings of this holy season, For the blessing of y0ut friendship, we remain forever grateful, ,/2t1"-) ........ RT QU I S T ;j .l { ,/-:=" Pun,'ral an l Cremation Services Tyler and Lake Benton Chapels www.hartquistfuneral..eom It's Christmas EVERYWHERE! On the farm and in the town, Goodwill and cheer are all around, In the mountains and the valley too, Signs of the season are on view So wherever you are, North, south, east or west... We're sending you our very best And hope glad tidings come your way To brighten up your Christmas Day! Tyler Lumber Company Lonnie, Holly, Jerry, Shawn, Scott, Joe, Ryan and Mark