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Wednesday, Janua ,ry 20, 2010 FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Bagley, Minnesota - Page 2 t Jared "Bubbs" Austin Gilbertson of Shevlin, died lan. 16, 2010, at the age of 15 years. Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. before the Funeral service on Thursday, lan. 21 at Floodwood Assemblies of God Church. Jared was born June 23, 1994 in Bemidji, to Russell Gilbertson and Sandra Spindler. Jared lived his life to the fullest. He took pride in everything he did, from playing with his friends as well as his chool work. He loved dirt bike riding, starting at the age 3f six; and competing in racing zompetitions. He also enjoyed riding his snowmobile during the winter months. He played football, basketball, golf, bowling, snowboarding and Bemice Hilliard, 81, of Lengby, died Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010 at Havenwood Care Center in Bemidji. Funeral services were held Friday, Jan. 15 at Fridhem Lutheran Church in Lengby, with Scott Morey officiating. Interment was in the church zemetery. Linda Bernice Hemry was born Oct. 13, 1928 in Columbia Township, rural Lengby, to Mercedes Buller died Monday, Jan. 11, 2010 at the Pioneer Manor Nursing Home in Gillette, Wyo. Memorial services were held Thursday, Jan. 14, at the Camplex Heritage Center, with Curt Fowler officiating. Interment will be at a later date Jared Gilberts00 1994-2009 waterskiing. Jared was on the Superior Honor roll in school. He enjoyed the challenges his teachers would give him. Jared was the best "Big Brother" he could be. He was a protector Jared also had h: boy" moments spending quiet ti mother on the co movies. Jared lov times together p for his siblings as well as a role model for them. Teaching his little brother how to ride his bike with no training wheels before the age of three was a great accomplishment he achieved as a big brother. He enjoyed the ; "momma's Lnd enjoyed nes with his lch watching ed his family aying cards, checkers, and other board games. Jared's competitive side would show when he enjoyed winning at video games against his step-father John. He was preceded in death by his cousin, Travis Davis; and ii iil I J .... . i i::i::!::!::::i!ii b i#iii::i iil iil i il i:i i I:I:I:I:@.:E:.;:.;: :;:.i:. i:i!i i ! Thanks to my Heavenly Father for the exceptional : ................................ healing that is taking place in my body. Thanks to my m husband who sat by my side almost daily in Fargo and at the nursing home in Fosston and accepted all my daily cares when I came home. Thanks to our children and families, Leese and family, Jade and family, Duane and family for their many calls and visits and to my sister, Kathy for coming from Chesapeake, Virginia to help before surgery and to be with me after surgery. Thanks to our many friends who have called, sent cards, visited and the gifts. Thanks to our church family at Grace Chapel for their prayers and Christian support and to Pastor Chris and Kathy Conger for the many calls, visits and most importantly their prayers. Also thank you to Pastor Don and Ruth Winters and Hank and Elsie Cook for their calls and prayers. Thanks to Dr. Swanson and his concern and excellent care and the entire staffat Innovis Clinic, Midway staff, Dr. Matthys and Scan McDonald, PA-C, Surgeons who gave me hope of walking again and improving my pain level, First Care Hospital and Nursing Service and the staff at MeritCare Fargo. To all who sent cards, gifts, phone calls and many visits and prayers. It was all much appreciated. A special thank you to Sharon Larson for spending a couple of days with me while Gayden was gone, to our long time friends, Chester and JoEllyn Lundin who have been a real source of encouragement through this whole long process. Thanks to friends Jeanne Davis and Patty Theis for their visits, cleaning house and bringing food. Gayden and I appreciate all of your prayers and outpouring of love. God will certainly bless you all for your love and encouragement as he has blessed me with the goodness of people in our small community. My wish for all of you is to know Jesus as your Savior that you may experience His great love and compassion. Love in Christ. Connie Stenseng summer months with his older brother Jesse. They would spend time hanging out at the lake or just "cruising" around in his car. Jesse and Jared also spent several early morning hours delivering papers with their Grandma Ramona. Jared was very thoughtful and always willing to lend a helping hand, not afraid of hard work. He loved to help his Grandpa Russ cut firewood for the winter. Jared was also his Grandpa John's "right hand man" when he was visiting. Jared and his father would enjoy their times together. Whatever needed repairing, cars, trucks, dirt bikes, snowmobiles, etc., Jared was able to get the job done right. Grandma Donna Love. Jared is survived by his parents, Russell Gilbertson of Shevlin; and Sandra (John) Spindler of Tyler; sisters, Brianna and Halley both of Tyler; brothers, Jesse of Duluth, Justin and Jonah, both of Tyler; grandparents, Russell Sr. and Ramona Gilbertsqn of Shevlin, John Love oflFloodwood, and step-grandmother, Sue Hughes of Lino Lakes; aunts and uncles, cousins and many friends. ] Arrangements Were entrusted to Atkins-North|and Funeral Home in Cloquet. To sign the guest book and leave an online tribute, see www. atkinsnorthlandfuneralhome. com. Bernice Hilliard 1928-2009 Martin and Ester (Bergland) Hemry. She grew up on the home place and attended rural school at the Maple Hill School. Bernice was united in marriage to Lester Douglas Hilliard on July 26, 1949 in Mclntosh. They resided in Wyoming, Washington, and Alaska, and returned to Lengby in 1954 to farm and raise a family. Lester and Bemice spent the majority of their lives in the Lengby area. Bernice has been a resident of Havenwood Care Center in Bemidji since November 2006. She was a member of Fridhem Lutheran Church in Lengby. Survivors include her children, Sandra Hilliard of Bemidji, Denice (Alan) Chancy of Lewistown, Mont., Mitch (Edie) Hilliard oLengby, Gall (Merv) Siroky of Lewistown, Jean Vig of Caml: Wes Hilliard and Darrell (J of New Richmo grandchildren a grandchildren as nephews and cou She was prece ridge, Minn., of Lengby, [11) Hilliard ad, Wis; 13 d 14 great- fell as nieces, ins. led in death by her husband in 2002; one brother and six sisters. Pallbearers were James Rudh, Karson Otness, Brian Ohren, Chris Mueller, Don Dyrdahl and Earl Hilliard. Arrangements were with Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Fosston. Messages of condolence may be sent to in the Fertile Cemetery. Mercedes was born Oct. 29, 1918 in Elgin, N.D. to Edward and Judith (Heiser) Hauck. She was raised and educated in / Mercedes Buller 1918-2009 Eddie R. Jokela, 90, well 12, 2010 at St. Joseph's Area with the Jones-Pe known auctioneer from Park Health Services in Park Rapids. Home in Park Ra Rapids Lengby. commitment to t She married Allen others through tt Longerbone on Feb. 21, 1953 the Bible. in Sisseton, S.D. The couple Mercedes is su made their home on Allen's husband Ellwoo Dairy Farm in Angus, Minn. daughter Julie Later the family moved to of Jamestown, I.D.; son Joel Thief River Falls where they (Maria) Longed:0ne of Prior resided until Allen's retirement Lake, Minn.; o e grandson; in 1974, when they moved to and one brother, Howard a hobby farm at Fertile, where Dorschner. she continued to live until She was preceded in death 2000. by her husband Allen in 1977; When she married Ellwood sisters Doric Burnett and Buller they moved to Gillette LaVonne LaDuke; brothers, where she has resided since. Melford Hauck, Vincent Mercedes loved animals LaDuke and Ethelburt Hauck. and also enjoyed canning, Memorials and condolences gardening andrugmaking, can be sent in Mercedes' A defining moment in nameto Gillettf Memorial Mercedes' life was on Sept. 3, Chapel, 210 W. 51 h St., Gillette, 1939, when she was baptized Wyo. 82716 or c)ndolenees at as one of Jehovah's Witnesses, www.gillettemenorialchapel. which led to her lifelong com. Eddie R. Jokela rites pending arson Funeral rids. died Tuesday, Jan. Funeral services are pending ainistering to e teaching of wived by her 1 of Gillette; Karl) Bergh FREE SUBSCRIPTION FOR TROOPSI Soldier Jomes Melby oppredoles his free substriplio, to the Formers Independenl in Afghonislon so he ton keep up with news from home.  Expect a higher degree of service from the sponsors of this weather report. The Farmers Independent provides a free subscription to those serving in the Armed Forces in the Middle East. It is our way of showing our appreciation and support for the troops as they fight Islamic extremists. To qualify, the service man or woman must be from a town in Clearwater County. The subscription will be granted for one year, after which it can be renewed for free, but the family must take the time to contact us to let us know the address is still current. This is one way troops far away can keep in touch with their home community. SUBSCRIPTION ORDER FORM Return to: Farmers Independent, P.O. Box 130, Bagley, MN 56621 Name: Address: City: State: Zip: FARMERS INDEPENDENT 1218) 694'6265 Bill Snebold elected chair of Senior Board Meet the Bagley St. Citizens Center Board of Directors: (seated) Ruth LaFontaine, vice chairperson, Bill Snebold, chairman; and (standing, from left) Marilyu Melby, secretary, Alice Gunderson, treasurer, and directors Marilyn Ames, Harry Hutchens llI, and the longest- serving board member, Delores Woolliscroft. Bill Snebold was elected Board members are all as the new chairman of the volunteer positions. They Bagley Senior Center Board join the much larger "Team of Directors at their annual of Volunteers" in extending a meeting, warm welcome to all for noon meals, Friday caramel rolls and coffee, Saturday breakfasts, and shopping at the Craft Shoppe and thrift room at your Bagley Senior Center. IJIST WEEK'S WEATHER READINGS Readings are taken at about 8 a.m. IV miles South of Bagley, using a Hi-I .ow thermometer Date Lo Hi Precip. Jan. 8 -15 l -- Jan. 9 -22 14 -- Jan. 10 -14 17 -- Jan. II 7 14 -- Jan. 12 35 35 -- Jan. 13 12 38 -- Jan. 14 l 1 26 -- Weekly moisture: Grain Markets Bagley Co-op Elevator As of Tuesday morning Oats ............. . .................... $2.05 Barley. .............................. $2.50 Wheat ............................... No bid Corn .................................. $3.20 Cattle Market Feeder Cattle Weight Beef Steers 300-500 91.05-1.22 500-700 700-900 900-1100 Weight 300-500 500-700 700-900 . 900-1100 9.90-1.20 $.80-1.00 $.70-.91 Beef Heifers 9.95-1.18 $.60-.80 Weight ] BeefHolsteins 300-500 9.60-.75 500-700 9.60-.75 700-900 9.55-.70 900-1100 $.55-.70 Fat Cattle Select & Choice Steers... $.79-.84 Select & Choice Heifers. $.77-.82 Holsteins .......................... $.67-.77 Slaughter Cows Top r $.50.55 Good 9.44-.50 Low Yielding $.43 & Down Slaughter Bulls Top I $.55-.60 Good 9.50-.55 Low Yielding $.49-Down Prices from latest sales at Bagley Livestock Exchange, 1//14 Winger Livestock Exchange, 1/9/10 and Fergus Fails Livestock Exchange, 1/12/10 27/20 32/24 31/25 27/13 22/4 Mostly Cloudy. Snow showers at Snow showers Chance of a few A few snow show- Highs in the upper times. Highs in the Highs in the low 3Os snow showers ers Highs in the low 20s and Jews in the low 30s and lows in and lows in the mid 20s and lows in the low 2Os. the mid 20s, 20s mid single digits: Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset 8:00AM 5:06PM 7:59AM 5:08PM 7:58AM 5:09PM 7:57AM 5:11 PM 7:56AM 5:12PM Minnesota At A Glance Moon Phases & .... iiii New First I i Jan 15 Jan 23 :)O Fu Last ......... /;  Jan 30 Feb 5 , ov,oex ./ er, 00/22 00,ow "', MinneapoiiN.Sl,Paul Sat 1/2311 Low  , 1 Sun /24 H Low Mon 1/25 U Low The UV Index is measured en a 0-11 Area Cities Albert Lea 33 27 cloudy Grand Rapids 30 21 cloudy Red Wing 35 25 cloudy Alexandria 26 24 cloudy Internal Falls 29 20 cloudy Redwood Falls 27 25 cloudy Austin 33 25 cloudy Little Fails 29 22 cloudy Rochester 30 24 cloudy Bemidji 27 22 cloudy Mankato 30 24 cloudy St. Cloud 29 23 cloudy Blackduck 27 19 cloudy Marshall 27 24 cloudy Thief River Falls 26 23 flurries Caledonia 32 26 cloudy MinnlSt Paul 32 24 cloudy Two Harbors 27 22 cloudy Crookston 24 23 flurries Montevideo 28 26 cloudy Wabasha 34 25 cloudy Duluth 34 25 cloudy Moorhead 27 24 flurries Willmar 27 24 ctoudy Fairmont 29 24 cloudy Owatonna 31 27 cloudy Winona 35 26 cloudy Fergus Falls 27 25 flurries Pipestone 31 24 cloudy Worthington 29 24 cloudy National Cities IIq. I I IIh'[,] I[ LIII, P Atlanta 58 48 t-storm Houston Boston 36 21 sunny Los Angeles Chicago 33 30 cloudy Miami Dallas 69 47 sunny Minneapolis Denver 50 36 pt sunny New York 72 50 pt sunny Phoenix 60 49 rain 61 47 rain San Francisco 48 42 rain 81 69 ptsunny Seattle 52 40 rain 32 24 cloudy St. Louis 47 38 rain 38 33 mst sunny Washington, DC 36 36 cloudy At AMPI, dairy farmers own the company that buys & sells their product. Through their collective power, dairy farmers in AMPI can better weather the storms of the marketplace. To discover how AMPI can help your  dairy farm fare better, ': call Tom Larson, local AMPI manager,  at (218) 694-6510. A$SOCIMED MILK PRODUCERS, INC. This Week's Weather Report Sponsored by."