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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 Delia Mary (Campbell) Strand passed away at the age of 87 on Oct.14, 2014 in Cambridge, Minn. Her funeral was held on Oct. 20 at the Church of Delia Mary Saint Peter in Forest Lake, Minn. with Paul Shovelain presiding. Mary Delia Campbell was born in Bagley on Dec. 8, 1928. She lived south of Bagley on what is now the Ferric farm. The world lost a special lady. Her humor and spunk live on in the wonderful family she built. She will be deeply missed by her children, Judy (Bill) Havnen; Kathy (George) Vemstrom; Mark (Vicky) Strand; Sharon (Dan) Pitala; and Mary (Terry) Fratzke; grandchildren Shannon, Strand Kristen, Chad, Melanie, Ryan, Serena, Bradley, and Tyler; great-grandchildren Cole, Ava, Keira, Camryn and Piper; brothers Daniel, Edward and Allen Campbell; several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by sisters Betty Hammer and Margaret Snyder; brothers Patrick Campbell and Clarence Campbell; and great-granddaughter Grace. Roberts Family Funeral Home of Forest Lake assisted with the arrangements. Classic Barrel Racing Series award winners for 2014 Pee Wee Champ Annabell Phillips; Reserve Champ Adison Merrill; 3rd Savannah Carlson; tied 4th Braxton and Bianca O'Bryan; 5th Jordyn Hanishch,; 6'h Jesse Worshek; tied 7fib Malorie Haugse and Sabin Halberg; tied 8th Molly Phillips and Lilyann Haugse; 9th Morgan Hanishch. The Lucky 7 Ranch arena the added money and awards, John Gerbracht; Fireside Grill was the site of a Barrel the group seeks sponsors. & Patio, Mary Gerbracht; FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Bagley, Minnesota -- Page 2 ,, John Anderson !! John (Jack) Anderson 81 of Bagley, died on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the Cornerstone Nursing and' Rehabilitation Center in Bagley. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, October 30, at 1:00 p.m. at the Cease Family Funeral Home in Bagley, with Rev. Karl Anderson officiating. Jack was born April 4, 1933 in Blackduck, the son of Raymond and Pearl (Lundberg) Anderson. He was raised and attended school in Hibbing, Minn. He lived in California where he worked as a welder later moving to Bemidji. In 1990 Jack moved to Zerkel and since 2007 has resided at the Cornerstone Nursing and Rehab in Bagley. Jack married Dorothy Strong in February of 1968 in Bemidji. She died in 2003. He is survived his daughter, Roberta Anderson of Mahnomen; son, Jonathan Anderson of Red Lake; and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, and his daughter, Janna Anderson. The Cease Family Funeral Home of Bagley assisted with the arrangements. Messages of condolence may be sent to Please give us advance notice of any address changes; along with the effective date of your address change. Postal fees are 57 cents per newspaper returned. If you have moved without notifying us the fees will be deducted from your subscription. Farmers Independent Alida Church wishes to thank everyone who donated items for our Fall Auction and to our auctioneers, workers and people who attended and made our sale so successful. We appreciate your support. God bless you. Alida Lutheran Church I would like to thank everyone who came out to my benefit on Saturday, Oct. 18. Also, I would like to thank all the businesses that donated food and silent auction items, all who brought food, and everyone who helped to make the benefit possible. It really was great to see the wonderful tum out! Thank you, Zola Peterson Thank you to my family for making my 80th birthday so great; To all my friends and family for gifts and cards; Also the pie was wonderful. Thank you. God Bless each of you Alton Walker We would like to thank Dr. Spence and the staff of Sanford Hospital and Clinic for their loving care for Jake when he was a patient there. Also thank you to Bonnie Eck for her special care over the past few years. Thank you to the City;. Bagley and Public Utilil eSs crews for their memorfals, also to everyone else who seni flowers or cards. The Jake Coyer FamilY" Racing Series in the summer. We would like to say a Daroo's Pizza, Amanda Organizers keep points at big thank you to Clearwater Grover; Running O Ranch, ],AST W||lr$ Todayts Weather each race on the rider and Quarter Horses, CathyCrissy Otting; Worshek horse combo. 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Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset Sundse Sunset Sunrise Sunset [ Sunrise Sunset 8:02AM 6:07PM 8:04AM 6:05PM 8:05AM 6:04PM 7:07AM 5:02PM 7:08AM 5:01PM (;rain Markets Youth Champ Kaci Schultz-Reese; Reserve Champ tied Kirah Otting and Andrea Friborg; 3 Kaci Schultz-Reese with 2nd horse; 4th Rachael Okeson; 5'h Jessica Wippler. i !iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Open Champ Rachael Merrill; Reserve Champ Kelly Jessen; 3 tied Alyshia and Diane Moe; 4fib Kaci Schultz-Reese; 5th Sean Benson. Bagley Co-op Elevator As of T.esday mornin~ Oats .................................. $3.20 Barley ............................... $4.00 Corn ........................ . ........ $5.60 Cattle Market Feeder Cattle Weight [ Beef Steers 300-500 ] $2.87-3.65 500-700 I $2145-2.99 700-900 [ $ 2.25-2.60 900-1100 I $ 2.00-2.30 Weight Beef Heifers 300-500 $2.60-3.28 500-700 $2.30-2.80 700-900 $1.90-2.35 900-1100 $1.75-2.00 Weight Beef Holsteins 300-500 $1.95-2.30 500-700 $1.85-2.20 700-900 $1.70-1.90 900-1100 $1.50-1.80 Fat Cattle Sel. & Choice Steers $1.50-1.64 Sel. & Choice Heifers $1.48-1.60 Holsteins $1.20-1.43 Slaughter Cows Top [ $1.15-1.35 Good $1.00-1.14 Low Yielding $.99& Down Slaughter Bulls Top [ $1.30-1.50 Good $1.15-1.30 Low Yielding $1.14 &Down Prices from latest sales at: Bagley Livestock Exchange, 10/9/14, Winger Livestock Exchange, 10/4/14, and Fergus Falls Livestock Exchange, 10/7/14 Minnesota At A Glance Moon Phases New First Oct23 Oct31 Full Last Nov6 Nov14 UV Index Thu 101301 Low Fri 10/31 Low Sat 11/ILow Sun 11/2Low Mon i1/3Low "~e UV Index is measured on a 0-11 number scale, ~ a hi~er UV Index sho'~ng tbe need ~ g(eater sldn prc- tecUon. 0 11 Area Cities ['lh Jm=,z~,],t 1'1, : yi'~'~:::~ 1'11t,::--" " Nbed Lea' 58 29 pt sunny Grand Rapids 44 24 cloudy Red Wing54 28 pt sunny Alexandria 51 25 pt sunny Intemat. Falls 40 2"3 cloudy Redwood Fails 57 27 pt sunny Austin 56 29 pt sunny Little Falls 50 25 pt sunny Rochester 54 30 rain Bemidji 44 23 cloudy Mankato 57 29 pt sunny St. Cloud 52 27 pt sunny Blackduck45 23 cloudy Marshall56 27 pt sunny Thief River Falls 42 24 cloudy Caledonia54 31 pt sunny Minn./St Paul 54 28 pt sunny Two Harbors 46 27 cloudy Crookston 44 23 pt sunny Montevideo 55 26 mst sunny Wabasha 54 31 pt sunny Duluth 45 26 cloudy Moorbead47 24 pt sunny Willmar 55 26 pt sunny Fairrsont 59 29 ptsunny Owatonna56 28 ptsunny winona 55 31 ptsunny Fergus Falls 49 25 pt sunny Pipestone 57 27 rest sunny Worthington 57 27 met sunny National Cities 1% - ........ ['I ........ P ...... Atlanta 69 44 sunny Houston 82 62 pt sunny Phoenix 88 64 sunny Boston 57 42 mstsunny LosAngeles 83 61 ptsunny San Francisco 76 57 ptsunny Chicago 54 40 cloudy Miami 82 68 sunny Sea~e 60 52 ptsunny Dallas 79 56 sunny Minneapolis 54 28 pt sunny St. Louis 65 46 cloudy Denver 65 38 sunny NowYork 59 45 mstsunny Washington, DC 62 44 rnstsunny (~010 American Profile Hometown Content Service Futurity Champ Kristi Okeson; Derby Champ Alyshia Moe; Open Pole Champ Kaci Schultz-Reese; Youth Pole Champ Kirah Otting. Lead Line Champ Charlie Phillips; Reserve Champ Lydia Martin; 3rd Bryce Halberg; 4th Kraigen Klier. This Week's Sponsor -- Residential & Commercial Bulk Deliveries Now located at Bemidji Cooperative Association Open: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., (218) 751-4260