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Wednesday, June 18, 2014 FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Bagley, Minnesota -- Page 2 SAINT PAUL - June 10, some federal farm program sign- their county FSA office if they 2014 - USDA Minnesota Farm ups have not yet started, timely are uncertain about reporting Service Agency (FSA) Executive acreage reports submitted to deadlines. Director, Debra Crusoe reminds your local FSA office will be Producers should visit their .... ......... farmers that planted acres must important to ensuring program county FSA office to complete be reported to FSA by July 15, eligibility," said Crusoe. acreage reporting. For questions James R. Colligan died Jan, 14, 2014. Jim was born July 26, 1924 in Lengby, the second of three sons of James and Bertie Colligan of Lengby. Jim was preceded in death James R. Colligan by his wife Mary in 2012 and his son Jim in 2009. He is survived by his daughter Judy (James Marshall); sons, Patrick (Christina) and Michael; granddaughters, Katelyn and Madison; great- grandson, Brayden and brother, Dean Colligan. Friends and family will remember Jim for his love of family; his expert handyman skills; his famous fudge and his love of travel. Celebration of' Jim's life will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 28, at the Cease Family Funeral Home Chapel in Bagley. A reception will follow the celebration at the funeral home. Military honors following the reception will be accorded by the Irvin Blix American Legion Post 16 of Bagley at the Bagley City Cemetery. In January services were held in Portland, Ore., where Jim had been residing. Memorials in Jim's honor may be made to the Clearwater County Historical Society, P.O. Box 241, Bagley, MN 56621. Messages of condolence can be left at ceasefuneralhome. com. Franklin Robert Stebe, 79, Of G0nvick, died Friday, June 13, 2014 at the Sanford Fargo Medical Center in Fargo, N.D. His funeral will be held on Saturday, June 21, at 11 a.m. at the Samhold Lutheran Church in Gonvick, with Rev. Jimalee Jones officiating. Visitation will be one hour before the service at the church. Interment will be at the Samhold Lutheran Cemetery in Gonvick. Frank was born March 16, 1935, to Frank and Pearl (Lykken) Stebe in Bemidji. He attended Lincoln Elementary and graduated from Bemidji Franklin Robert Stebe High School in 1955. He worked at the old bowling alley in downtown Bemidji as a young teen as a pin- setter, and in the woods with his father and brothers. Frank worked for Orin Dokken at the Pure Oil Station in downtown Bemidji until January 1956. He served in the U.S. Army in Okinawa for 18 months after finishing his training at Ft. LeonardwoOd, and Ft. Knox. After an honorable .-discharge from the Army, he married Phyllis Girard on May 10, 1958, and they recently observed their 56th Anniversary. He worked at Dokken Oil as a fuel oil driver, Beltrami Hardware, Parkhill Pipeline, and began with Lakehead (Enbridge) Pipeline in 1965. He and his wife lived east of the Power Dam for several years and owned the land which is now the Greenwood Golf Course. In 1966 they adopted their son Timothy Allen when Tim was 14 months old, and he was so proud of him. He recently prbclaimed that adopting Tim was the best thing they had-ever done. In 1970 Frank transferred to the Clearbrook Enbridge terminal and they moved to Gonvick. He continued working for Enbridge in Clearbrook, Thief River Falls, and Superior, Wis. until his retirement. He enjoyed retirement doing woodworking, fishing, hunting, following his grandchildren's activities, driving his four-wheeler, Twins and Vikings sports, and his dog Tootsie. He is survived by his wife, Phyllis; son, Tim (Sandy); grandson, Scott; granddaughter, Cassie; brothers, Dale (Marie) Stebe of Bemidji, and Dennis (Bonnie) Stebe of Little Falls; szster, Sandra of Bemidji; and many nieces and nephews. He will be missed by many who enjoyed listening to his stories of life's fun. He was preceded in death by his parents; infant sister Phyllis; sister Devonna Stebe McKenzie. The Cease Family Funeral Home of Bagley assisted with the arrangements. Messages of condolence may be sent to ceasefuneralhome. om. " YOUR WEEKLY WEATHER & MARKET REPI IRT Nancy Kay Grinnen, 71, of Shevlin, died Wednesday, June 12, 2014 at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center in Bemidji. Funeral services were held on Monday, June 16, at the Landstad Lutheran Church in Shevlin, with Pastor Arlo Feiock and Pastor Scott Morey officiating. Interment was at Moose Creek Cemetery near Shevlin. Nancy Kay Grinnen_: Nancy was born Dec. 22, 1942 in Bemidji, the daughter of Veto and Mabel (Heft) Isaacson. Nancy graduated from Bagley High School in 1961. She was united in marriage to Rodney Grinnen on Dec. 4, 1964 in Minneapolis. She was employed at a bank in Washington, D.C. in 1965. Nancy was postmaster in Leonard and then Shevlin, working for the postal service for 31 years. She retired in 2008. After her retirement she worked at Wal-Mart part time. Nancy belonged to T.O.P.S, a group that met once a week on Mondays where she formed another "family." She found out she had a rare form of cancer in December and "fought like a girl" till the end. She loved fishing; huntin 'I and being outdoors. Reading in the Gazebo that was built by her husband was a favorite pastime. She is survived by her husband Rodney of Shevlin; sons, Troy (Megan) Grinnen of Fergus Falls, Minn., and Jason (Brad) Grinnen of Spirit Lake, Iowa; sister, Vema (Dave) Watkins of Sierra Vista, Ariz.; five grandchildren; many cousins and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; and infanf daughter, Tummy Lynn. The Cease Family Funeral Home of Bagley assisted with the arrangements. Messages of condolence may be sent to Irvin Blix Post 16 The American Legion Summer Baseball Game Schedule Games: Day: Date: Opponent: Place: Time: Doubleheader Wednesday 18 June Red Lake Falls Home 5:00/7:00pro Doubleheader Monday 23 June Twin Valley/UH Home 5:30/7:3Opm Doubleheader Friday 27 June Ada Ada 5:30/7:30pm Single Sunday 29 June Tony Sipe Game Stephen 3:30pm Single Tuesday 01 July Win-E-Mac Win-E-Mac 6:30pm Doubleheader Monday 07 July Blackduck Blackduck 5:30/6:30pm Single Thursday 10 July Kittson County Kennedy 7:0Opm Doubleheader Friday 11 July Blackduck Home 5:30/7:30pm Single Tuesday 15 July Play-in Game @ High Seed TBA Single Friday 18 July Sub-districts Roseau TBA Single Wednesday 23 July Districts Pelican Rapids TBA 2014. The Agricultural Act of 2014 (Farm Bill) requires accurate and timely filed acreage reports for all crops and land uses, including prevented and failed acreage as well as Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acres. "Historically acreage certification has been a requirement to be eligible for USDA programs and although Acreage reports are considered timely filed when completed by the applicable final crop reporting deadline, which may vary from state to state. Prevented acreage must be reported within 15 calendar days after the final planting date. Failed acreage must be reported before the disposition of the crop. Producers should contact NEW website for 5K Run/Walk/Skate for The Beltrami Area Suicide Prevention Program recently launched a new website for participants and sponsors in the 5K/10K Run/Walk/Skate for Suicide Prevention. The 2014 event is scheduled for Saturday, September 20 ', 2014. The website address is www. bemidjirunwalkskate. org. It provides information for participants and sponsors to help support community suicide prevention. The Beltrami Area Suicide A special thanks to everyone who attended or sent cards on my 90 *h birthday. A very special thanks to all my family for all their work. It was a very memorable day. God bless each one. Don Trefz We would like to thank all our relatives and friends for all your love and support in the loss of our loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, and Uncle, Tom Ingersoll. Thank you to the Cease Funeral Home, Mike Cudmore and Kelly Cease-Bowman for all the arrangements; Pastor Rick Moore for your prayers and comforting message; Butch Bee for the beautiful music; Ambulance Service, doctor and nurses at Sanford Hospital. Special thank you to Dennis and LaVida Wiens for the delicious meal for our family. Also to Calvary Evangelical Free Church members for serving the nice lunch after the service. Special thanks to Reva Anderson and Faye Fraley for all your help. Thank you, Shawn and Nicole, for all your comfort for Lily. Thanks for alI the beautiful cards, memorials, flowers, phone calls and food brought to our homes. Words cannot express our deep appreciation for all the love and kindness shown to our family at this difficult time God Bless You! Karmen Ingersoll Kamae & Derek Leavitt & Family Kole & Lily Ingersoll Darlene Martine Kevin Larson Corey Larson & Family Craig Larson & Family Nathan & Tara Martine & Abby on this or any FSA program; including specific crop reporting deadlines and planting dates, producers should contact their county FSA office. More information on FSA programs is at: Contact: Laurie Moss 651- 602-7706 suicide prevention Prevention Program, a program of Evergreen Youth & Family Services, invites all community members to participate in the 8 th Annual Run/Walk/Skate for Suicide Prevention. The event is open to all age groups. Join with your family, friends, coworkers, sports team, workplace or business. Start thinking about your ideal team. Registration fees are waived for all participants who collect pledges. Check out the website at: www. for more information. JAMES00 JUVE Telephone (218) 435-1126 Foson, MN 56542 EMPIRE MEMORIALS www. empirememorials, corn SALES INSTALLATION CEMENT OR FOUNDATION REPAIR LAST WEEK'S : WEATHER READINGS Readings are taken at-about 8 a.m. 1 miles South of Bagley, using a Hi-Low thermometer. )ate Lo Hi Precip. lune 6 55 76 Trace lune 7 49 80 --. Iune 8 49 84 --- Iune 9 NA 81 --- Iune 10 48 NA --- Iune 11 " 57 *'NA * 1;2" Iune 12 44 69 -.- Grain Markets Bagley Co-op Elevator A of T.eday marnin Oats .................................. $3.20 Barley ............................... $4.00 Corn ................................. $5.60 Cattle Market Feeder Cattle Weight J Beef Steers 300_500 i $2.25_2.60 500_700 $1.90_2.48 700_900 $1.70_2.16 900_1100 $1.55_1.80 Weight i Beef Heifers 300_500 i $2.10-2.40 500-700 $1.80-2.21 700-900 $1.55-1.84 900-1100 $1.20-1.50 Weight I Beef Holsteins 300-500 $1.50-1.92 500-700 $1.30-1.70 700-900 $1.30-1.55 900-1100 $1.10-1.45 Fat Cattle Sel. & Choice Steers $1.32-1.43 Sel. & Choice Heifers $1.30-1.40 Holsteins $1.10-1.30 Slaughter Cows Top $1,00-1.11 Good $.90- .99 Low Yielding $.89& Down Slaughter Bulls Top $1.20-1.30 Good $1.10-1.20 Low Yielding $1.09 &Down Prices from latest sales at: Bagley Livestock Exchange, 5/22/14, Winger Livestock Exchange, 5/24/14, and Fergus Falls Livestock Exchange, 5/20 i Today's Weather 75/58 Thundershowers. Highs in the mid 70s nd iows in the ue- " per SOs. Sunrise Sunset 5:24 AM 9:22 PM 6/2O 76/59 A few thunderstorms ossible 73/57 Partly cloudy. Highs in the low 70s end lows in the'u'ppe( 50s. Sunrise Sunset 5:24 AM 923 PM , .73/53 Considerable cloudi- ness. Highs in the low 7os%"i;,s,' the low 50s. Sundse Sunset 5:24 AM 9:23 PM 76/54 ,1ix of sun and sto pds. H!ghs. Lne ueeer 7Os and lows in the mid 50s. Sundse Sunset 5:25 AM 9:23 PM ::unrise Sunset 5:24 AM 9:22 PM Minnesota At A Glance Moon Phases @0 Full Last Jun 13 Jun 19 New First Jun 27 Jul 5 UV Index Thu 6/19  Moderate Fri 6/20  Very High Sat 6/21  Very High Sun 6/22  High Mon 6/23  Very High The UV Index is raeasured on a 0-11 number scale, with a higher UV Index showing Ihe need for greater sldn pro- ten,on. 0 11 Area Cities eml| rf Albert Lea 83 64 t-storm Alexandda 78 59 t-storm Austin 84 65 t-storm Bemidji 73 57 rain Blackduck 73 57 t-storm Caledonia 84 68 t-storm Crookston 77 59 rain Duluth 60 54 t-storm Fairmont 80 62 t-storm Fergos Falls 78 59 t-storm .., Grand Rapids 67 59 t-storm Red Wing 84 65 t-sterm Intemst. Falls 71 60 rain Redwood Falls 81 60 t.storm Little Falls 78 59 t-storm Rochester 84 65 t-storm Mankato 83 62 t-storm St. Cloud 79 60 t-storm Marshall 80 60 t-storm Thief River Falls 75 58 rain Minn./St Paul 82 65 t-storm Two Harbors 56 52 t-storm Montevideo 83 58 t-storm Wabasha 84 67 t-storm Meorhead 81 60 rain Willmar 80 60 t-storm Owatonna 83 64 t-storm Winona 85 69 t-storm Pipestone 78 59 t-storm Wodhington 79 60 t-storm National Cities "---:- =: :q ill ...... Atlanta 94 72 ptsenny Houston 92 74 ptsunny Phoenix 95 68 sunny Boston 81 58 sunny Los Angeles 75 60 sunny San Francisco 65 50 sunny Chicago 87 70 t-storm Miami 84 76 t-storm Seattle 71 53 ptsunny Dallas 90 74 t-storm Minneapolis 82 65 t-storm St. Louis 92 73 t-storm Denver 82 52 mstsunny NewYork 85 63 ptsunny Washington, DC 89 69 t-storm Ol O Profile Hometown Content Service Expect a higher degree of service from the sponsors of this weather report. One home game yet to be set with Win-E-Mac Come out and cheer on your home team this year! All home games will be played at the new baseball field at the high school Unless Babe Ruth is playing and then it will be at Brustad Field. O Please give us advance notice of any address changes, along with the effective date of your address change. Postal fees are 5 7 cents per newspaper rettarxoted. If you have moved without notifying us the fees will be deducted from your sub scription. Farmers Independent This Week's -- ,0000,onsor- The financial world is full of "fair weather friends" who will woo your investments during good times. But when the markets turn sour, these so-called friends seem to vanish into the woodwork. Not so with us. We're here to stand beside you through all kinds of financial weather--sunny or cloudy. We're here to help you make your financial outlook sunny and bright. For the tools you need to make the most of your income, see us today. We offer savings plans, certificates of deposit, money markets, annuities, checking, cash cards, and other banking services. Bagley, Fosston First Nationa I Bank c,.., .,,....,,..., ,,, v,.., ,,,... FffJJ Fosston - 124 West 1" St. Fosston, MN 56542-0485 (218) 435-6878 Fax: (218) 435-6842 Bagley - 31 Central St. East P.O. Box N Bagley, MN 56621-0672 (218) 694-6233 Fax: (218) 694-3289