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TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, January 28, 2004 Page 3 UARIES Valentine Tyler were held on 24, 2004 at St. Olaf south of Walnut was in the church Tyler, Tracy, former- died Sunday, the Tracy Nursing Tyler was born Webster City, IA Elizabeth (Baity) Tyler. and confirmed. In Cottonwood, MN, from high school in after high school, he worked on the fam- Then worked with his brother, oil burners in Minneapolis. During the mid- in a CCC Camp near Ely, where he was group of over 200 men. He worked at Paul from 1935-1941 at which time he service employee working for the Navy at )h was there during the attack on Dec. 7, he and his crew fought fire on ships in the Pennsylvania. He received several ; and citations for his service. He continued Navy working in the shipyards at Hunter's from 1943-1949.  1945, Ralph was united in marriage to Olga They moved back to begin farming the from 1950-1972. He then retired and Grove. Ralph held several positions on council. He was a member of the Walnut a 40+ year member of the Masonic n early member of the Walnut Grove Ralph and Olga enjoyed travel- several trips to the Hawaiian Islands, England, and a memorable trip to Norway, He was an avid sports fan, and football, basketball and baseball on TV. current events by reading the papers ; programs. Ralph was a gentle man. He and made others instantly feel comfort- and was loved by children. He especially and nephews and their children. The Was his wife of almost 59 years, Olga, and his Olga; daughter Mary; nephews: Don (Charlene) Olson, Bud (Muriel) ford (Eleanor) Tyler; and numerous great and nephews and countless friends. in death were his parents; brothers: Lee Tyler; sisters: Elsie Lohmann, Olive Olson; nephews: Warren Tyler, Glenn Lohmann; nieces: Janice Kimble, and Gloria Abrahamson. news briefs • Carolina.P.anthers are playing the Super 1st. Trent Kirchner, a 1996 Fulda graduate was hired in June of 2002-as a pro to the Panthers pro scouts. Kirchner a pro scout contract in November of 2002 publically annQunced his hire this past The 12 members who attended the of the Lamberton Commercial Club treasurer, Gary Graft, that only 49 have dues thus far. This is down about 15 rolyn Kirchner is the Public Health Nurse Slavton Office for Lincoln, Lyon, Pipestone" Health Services. Kirchner has for about 25 years, but a public health 4. It was while she was working to get her she was exposed to Public Health nurs- that was something she would like to periods of rain and surface run-off have water woos for Tracy Schools. Water Elementary School's front driveway estimate for a solution was elementary school and $46,200 at the to utility costs and other unforeseen could be higher. PM announced last week that Curry resigned as the President of PM Beef Jan. 31. He mentioned he wanted to more time with his family in the area. Chip AuWerter has been named as He has been consulting with PM on for the past nine months. SCRATCH AND DENT Stock - Cheapest Price in the United States gall Pontoons that must be sold -SAVE $ I O00's 17 ft. Forester Pontoon ........................ $2995 19 if_ Forester Pontoon ........................ $3500 14 ft. Pontoon/Motor/Trailer ................ $ 19 ft. Fish/Motor ...................................... 9$ 21 ft. Fish and Cruise w/25HP Merc ..$6995 24 ft. Forester .......................................... 995 and M Marine 122 * vcww.tandmmarine.com Hawaii shopper "s paradise Hawaiian Correspondent Waikiki Beach. Beautiful sandy waterfronts. The relaxing sound of waves hitting shore. Surfing, sail- ing, and snorkeling. Blend these elements together and you have a dream vacation. But what about those vaca- tioners who don't surf, sail, or snorkel? Honolulu and the Waikiki Beach areas have everything enthusias- tic shoppers dream about, and then some. The big hotels have their own mini shopping cen- ter, but those shops usually carry only high-ticket items. Shopping malls and individ- ual stores fill in the space between hotels and restau- rants. ABC Stores appear everywhere. Some are rather small and crowded, and others are spacious, but shoppers can find everything from shirts and dresses to gifts to staples such as milk and juice. ABC Stores take convenience stores to an entirely new level. Hilo Hattie is adver- tised as THE place to go for souvenirs and anything related to Hawaii. One of our friends called it The Wal Mart of Hawaii. Convention-goers got acquainted with the store because Hilo Hattie was one of the most popular vendors in the huge trade show. Hawaiian-style shirts and dresses in all sizes and col- ors were snatched up by peo- ple eager to take a remem- brance of Hawaii home with them. Since my husband Dave was in a delegate session one da); I had a day to window shop on my own. Hilo Hattie's free shopping shut- tle was the perfect trans- portation, o I didn't have to fight traffic, and the driver never ran out of interesting bits of triviato entertain his Shopping is a really different experience in the Hawaiian Islands. riders. The shuttle made twelve stops along a route past hotels, restaurants, and shopping centers. The main destination, of course, was the flagship Hilo Hattie store. If an item was made or grown in Hawaii, it was in Hilo Hattie's. I felt like a small child visiting a toy store for the first time. Where do I start? How can I make sure that I don't miss anything? Oh, my, I'll never have enough money! After two hours of browsing, I did- n't leave the store burdened down with packages, but I wasn't empty-handed, either. I couldn't resist buy- ing some Hawaiian coffee, especially after tasting a couple free samples. I couldn't pass up Hawaiian print napkins and paper plates on a half-price table, but I was able to resist the persistent sales person who tried to sell me the beautiful coral ring she saw me admir- ing. Since I had no sched- ule to keep, I decided to do some comparison shopping for rings at the outdoor International Market Place. Wow! Those vendors were quite the high-pressure salespeople. One played on my sympathies by saying she needed her first sale since lunch. She was deter- mined to catch mc on her line, but I finally wriggled away. The next gal was even more persistent. When she realized that I did- n't have a credit card or check book with me, she asked how much cash I had. I hesitantly told her a round number, but that didn't sat- isfy her. She asked me to show her my moneyl I refused and said that I want- ed my husband to help me pick out a ring. Then she wanted me to make a down payment, bring Dave back later, show my receipt, and I would get my ring. No sale. A popular place to shop on Wednesdays and Saturdays is the Swap Meet at the Aloha Stadium. Many Vendors sell merchan- dise ' similar to the International Market Place or Hilo Hattie, but this huge street market that encircles the stadium is a bargainer- hunter's paradise. Bartering with the vendor of'ten results in even cheaper prices. Our time was limited because we had to return our rental car at noon, but l was able to get a coral ring that I treasure as a souvenir of my trip to Hawaii. Dave treas- ures it even more than I do, because the first ring I saw at Hilo Hattie cost ten times more than the one 1 now wear. The service people hotel workers, clerks, restaurant workers, tour guides--are some of the friendliest people I have met any place 1 have visited. They seem genuinely happy to have us visit their island, and they are more than happy to talk about their island paradise. The savvy shopper must exercise strong will power, however, when coming face-to-face with experienced sales peo- ple. WWG One act play "America the Odd" The WWG drama department presented the one act play "America the Odd" Tuesday evening. They will present the play at the sub section in Pipestone, at the high sc hool, Saturday morning at 11:30. The play is an adapta- tion from a full length play written in 1995. It tells the story of development of democracy in a unique and sometimes humorous man- ner. The play starts with the Odysseus and leap frogs ion time between George Washington, Neil Armstrong, Hitler, Custer and the Lone Ranger, Boris and Natasha an many oth- ers, a thoughtful and oddly connected history of democracy is revealed. The cast includes: Abe Brian Theisen, Boris Jared Schmidt, Custer Levi Richards, George Micah Rupp, Heracle Micah Rupp, Hermes Mel Arnold, Hitler Joe Glanzer, Libby Andrea Hannan, neil Armstrong james Rupp, Odysseus Chris Olsem, Oracle 1 emily Deprez, Oracle 2 Meghann Warner, Oracle 3 Soni Kaufenberg, Penelope/Glady Kati boone, Lone Ranger Peter Krentz, TeIemachus Nathan Swanson, Natasha Abby Knott, video Josh Winter, Sound Bekah Kopperud, Set Eric NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal two weeks prior to the expiration date. 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