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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, March 13, 2013 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO March 11, 1998 Coach Steve LeBoutillier was named "Coach of the Year" of Section 3A last Saturday night by Section 3A coaches. The first Chamber Bucks winners in the Chamber of Commerce Give Away Promotion are Arlie Anderson, at Elmer Brandt, Krueger Seeds; Bruce Gundermann at Meadowland & Coop Lumber; Joseph Thobe at Wolf, Etter & Co. Michal Barrie wrestled in the KWAA National Tournament in Omaha, NE on March 6 and 7. Michal placed first in his division. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 10, 1983 Westbrook FHA hosted the District Action Activity Event here Monday after school. Students from area schools were present at the event, which featured demonstra- tions, displays, and other activities. The city council listened to a presentation from Donna Goehring on the benefits of joining the Plum Creek Library System. The council agreed to wait a couple of months and see what the county decides before taking any action. Cottonwood County Corn Growers met in an organiza- tional meeting March 2 at the County Organization Center near Windom. The group unaminously decided to orga- nize a county association. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO March 14, 1968 Mrs. Harvey Peterson is currently employed as cook at Schmidt Memorial Hospital here, replacing Mrs. Paul Bashans, Sr. who passed away. Mrs. Beulah Stuwe is the other cook employed for the hospital. Mrs. Cloyd Wamick is part-time assistant cook. Officers for the year 1968 were named at the annual meeting of the Westbrook Shipping Association held recently. Renamed president was Ralph Mitchell. Elmo Einertson was elected vice president, and Arnold Larson was renamed to a third term as secretary-treasurer. Caesar Carlson and Walter Kronback were elected as delegates. Sanford Worthington offers embrace Cancer Survivorship Program Sanford Worthington Medical Center will be offering Sanford Cancer's embrace Survivorship Program on Thursday, March 21 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. in the classroom at the hospital via videoconfer- ence. This series will be offered every month on the third Thursday. The program for February will be on "Sexual Health" with presenter Dr. Laurie Landeen, Sanford Obstetrics and Gynecology. Sanford Cancer's embrace Survivorship Program brings together cancer patients, family members and caregivers to help address the emotional, physical and financial effects of cancer. All classes are taught by experts within the Sanford Health System and for any- one who has been affected by cancer. There is no cost to attend. For more information, email embracesf@sanford- health.org or call Jerre at (507) 372-3106 or Leah Seurer at (605) 328-6939. Westbrook Cemetery Association CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS SPRING WlLL BE HERE BEFORE YOU KNOW IT! : My door is open Andrew Kopperud, MD ........ iiii::;:  !i Get a jump on the coming season with special low-rate financing and phenomenal Pre-Season Savings on the New Holland tractors, hay and forage equipment you'll need when winter ends. Don't wait! Pre-Season Savings ends March 31, 2013, so stop by today or visit www.newholland.com/na for complete details.  CAPrrAL "For a@-i,ura] use only Customer parilolion bjeCt tO credit cpJalifiti0n and approval by CNH Capitai Ar-ica LLC. See you aprbcipaling New I-1 kln(I Cealer fix Oetaffe and eligiility requiremenls Down payment  be reqJired Offer 9oo(t .............. throu March 31,2013. NO[ all Cusofers o1" apglicars may quali lot this tale ot term CNH Capital Nnerica LLC sncd terms and conditiofls Will apply Taxes, h'eigt, set-up, deliver/, atal options c anachments not ncluded in prce. offer subjec to chane c Cellatio mthout notice @ 2013 CNH i LLC. All rillS rnl New H0flal and CNH Ca0ilal are regaled  ol CNH America LLC IJSElt E IJil )!i.] 1 TRACTORS '09 385 CIH/STEIGER 875 HRS ................ $199,900 '09 435 VERSATILE. 1800 HRS ................ $159,900 '06 485 VERSATILE. 1800 HRS ............... $162,900 '98 9482 NH 2700HRS, NICE ................. $82,900 '97 NH 9482. 3800 HRS ....................... $72,500 '90 976 FORD. 5200 HRS .......................... $49,900 '10 T8040 NH FWA 700 HRS ................. $179,900 '10 T8040 NH FWA 1300 HRS ................ $169,900 '08T8020 NH FWA 1800 HRS ................. $129,900 .95 8970 NH FWA 7500 HRS ................... $52,900 '05 TV145 NH BI-D130(]0 HRS .................. $57,500 2640 JD .................................................... $9,900 .981530 NH BOOMER HYDRO1800 HRS .... $9,900 9661H NO CAB 7500 HRS ........................... $7,900 D17 ALUS ............................................... $3,900 400 FARMALL W/NEW IDEA LOADER ........ $2,500 GRAIN READS '11 FD 70 MAC DON DRAPER 40' .............. .$67,900 '10 74{ NH 35'WKRARY AIR ................... $34,900 '07 74 C NH 35'CRARY .......................... $32,900 '03 74{ NH 30'_ ................................... $17,500 .9 973 NH 25' .................................... $4,000 8000 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ............ $23,900 '02 800 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ....... $17,900 930FJD W/CRARY ...................................... $9,900 '05 74{ NH 30' ........................................ $19,900 CORN HEADS '09 99( N H 81130 .................................... $59,900 '08 99(NH 81130 ................................... $54,900 '09 98D NH 6R30 ..................................... $34,900 '09 98D NH 8R30 ...................................... $38,900 '08 98([ NH 8R30 .................................... $31,000 '11 CAPELLO 8R30 FITS JD. ..................... $69,9(]0 '07 4308(HARVESTEC FITS GLEANER ...... $32,9(]0 COMBINES '08 CR 9060 NH 750 HRS ..................... COMING IN '00 TR-90 NH 1612 HRS ............................ $84,9 '00 TR-99 2255 HRS RWA ......................... $69,900 .92 TR-96 NH 4000 HRS ........................ $19,900 '07 R-7S 1040 HRS COMING IN .............. $159,900 9600 JD 2125 HRS ............................. $54,900 .92 R-52 GLEANER, 2400 HRS ............ COMING IN .93 R-52 GLEANER, 2500 HRS ............. COMING IN MISCELLANEOUS '12 42' MANDAKO ROLLER 36". .............. $31,900 690 KILL BROS. CART ............................ $11,900 '07 WILRICH 20' SHREDDER .................... $16,9Q0 P-12 MILLER LOADER .............................. $4,900 2700 REM VAC ......................................... $15,9Q0 2500 REM VAC ......................................... $12,900 609 BRADCO SSL BACKHOE ....................... $4,950 SUDENGA 6"brt auger (offdemco 550).. $1,000 NAY EQUIPMENT '06 BR780A NH TWINE/NET ..................... $15,900 '03 BR780 NH TWINE/NET ...................... $15,900 588 NH BALER ........................................ $9,900 851 NH BALER ......................................... $2,200 '08 6740 NH DISC MOWER ....................... $5,450 GMD 600 KUHN DISC MOWER .................. $5,250 6750 NH DISC MOWER ............................. $4,950 MDX81 CIH DISC MOWER ......................... $4'500 GRAIN HEADS '11 FO 70 MAC DON DRAPER 40' .............. $57,X) '10 74{ NH 3S'W/CRARY AIR .................. $34,900 '07 74 C NH 35'CRARY ........................... $32,900 '03 74{ NH 30'. ........................................ $17,500 98 973 NH 25'. ........................................... $4,000 8000 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ............. $23,900 '02 800 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ......... $17,900 930FJD W/CRARY ........... . ........................ $9,900 '05 74C NH 30' ............... .' ...................... $19,900 WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION ;ERVICES March 18-22, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Country fried steak, sweet potatoes, broc- coli/cheese, fruit cocktail Tuesday: Hamburger stro- ganoff/mashed potatoes, bread, mixed vegetables, M&M bars Wednesday: Aloha chick- en, rice pilaf, orange fluff salad, brownies Thursday: Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, green beans, lemon bars Friday: Fish/bun, augratin potatoes, scalloped corn, yogurt parfait For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. Drought Marketing and Farm Profitability.Topics Ed Usset, noted University of Minnesota Grain Marketing Specialist will be the keynote speaker discussing "Drought Marketing Strategies" at the Southwest Minnesota Farm Business Management Association, Spring Farm Management Update. The results of the analysis of the 2012 profit- ably and financial data of the Association's member farms will be presented at the March 28 meeting at the University of Minnesota Southwest Research and Outreach Center at Lamberton. According to Don Nitchie, Extension Educator, Agricultural Business Management, 2012 Net Farm Incomes are expected to be at near record average levels but, may vary greatly among individual producers. This variability has increased risks especially at recent higher commodity, input and asset prices and under drought conditions. As a result agricultural econo- mists and many leaders in agriculture are encourag- ing producers who want to sustain their profitability and asset values to focus TILLAGE 862NT WISHEK 30'W/HARROW ............... $69 900 513 WIL-RICH, SOIL-PRO 9-24 ................. $4200 '08 957 WIL-RICH 7-30 ............................ $27,900 '05 957 WIL-RICH, 7-30 ............................ $22,900 530 DMI .................................................... $11,900 527 DMI ................................................... $12,900 '09 KRAUS DOMINATOR 18 ....................... $39,900 2200 M&W EARTHMAsTER ...................... $24,9(]0 60'QUAO X2 WIL-RICH W/BASKET .......... $59,900 42'7 OUAD X WILRICH 4 BAR .................... $29,9(X) 41.5'QUAD 5 WIL-RtCH 4 BAR ................. $16,900 43'DMITIGERMATE4 BAR ......................... $16 900 285'DMITIGERMATE, 4 BAR .................... $16,900 39.5'980 JD ............................................... $25,900 27.5"980 J0 ............................................... $'19,900 47'3400WIL-RICH, 4 BAR .......................... $5,900 37.5'4900 CASE ......................................... $5,900 SKIDLOADERS '06 L-190 NH 1950 HRS ............................ $26,900 '01 LS-170 NH 5400 HRS CAB & HEAT....... $12,900 '01 LS-170 NH 4800 HRS .......................... $11,900 4840 GEHL 2600 FIRS CAB & HEAT ........... $16,900 '12 L225 NH,CAB/HEAT/AC, 600 HRS ........ $37,500 '05 317J0 CAR/HEAT, 1900 HRS ................ $1R,500 '09 L170NH ......................................... COMING IN L-785 NH, 5950 NRS ................................... $8,500 DRILLS & PLANTING NEW 3200121130 KINZE W/FOLD ............. $46,900 7300 JD W/LiFT ASStST, 12R30 ................. $11,900 '12 3600ASD-EV KINZE 16R30 .............. $105,900 3600 KINZE 16/31 .................................... $64,900 2600 KINZE 16/31 ................................... $39,9(X) 2600 KINZE 12/23 .................................... $39,900 12R30 KINZE ECORDFOLD .......................... $9,900 1770 JD 16R30 NTCCS .............................. $72,900 20'GREAT PLAINS DRILL ........................... $5,500 240 8WT FRIESEN TENDER $15 on; "benchmarking" their operations financial per- formance to that of peer operations to help make informed decisions; devel- oping strategies for farm transition and preserving balance sheet values; focusing on profit margin management and incorpo- rating risk management strategies into their busi- ness plans. These topics and more will be covered on March 28 at this all day informa- tional and educational ses- sion sponsored by the Southwest Minnesota Farm Business Management Association, the University of Minnesota Southwest Research and Outreach Center and University of Minnesota Extension. Detailed program informa- tion and registration infor- mation is available at http://swroc.c fans.umn. edu or by calling Barb Lenning at (507) 752- 7372. Pre-registration is available until Mar. 22. Association members, their guests and other inter- ested individuals are wel- come to attend. There is a registration fee required. Annual Meeting March 20th 1:00 pm City Council Room 212944 CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 p Sentinel Tribune Tip , Line , If you see news happening or have a story idea call our News Tip Line. , 274-6136 or , 1-800-410-1859 Due to staff limita- ) tions we may not ) always be able to respond to your tips or ideas. However we will do our best to give every call ) full regard. Thank you for your help and consider- ation. Memory Loss Caregiver SuppodGroup Sanford Worthington Medical Center and Crossroads Care Center offer a monthly support group for caregivers of indi- viduals who have suffered from memory loss. Karen Rye from Crossroads Care Center facilitates this sup- port group. The support group will meet on Wednesday, March 20 from 2 - 3 p.m. in the Education Conference Room at Sanford Worthington Medical Center. It is held the 3rd Wednesday of every month. There is no cost to attend. Refreshments will be served. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required. For more information, please call Karen at (507) 376-5312 or Lori at (507) 372-3275. MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO March 11, 1998 Lamberton Livestock Shipping Association patrons and stockholders voted to dis- solve the cooperative as of March 1, 1998, as about 120 attended the annual meeting Saturday. Originally begun in the early 1920's to insure area farmers livestock when it was shipped to market, it has experienced a dwindling number of animals being shipped and packing houses are now furnishing private insurance. Saturday the Chargers won a hard-fought victory over Hills Beaver Creek to advance to the Section 3A finals. The finals score was 72-68. Top fund raisers participat- ing in "Jump Rope for Heart" included Dasha Gilb, Denise Tietz, Jennifer Hoffman, and Jared Harnack. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 10, 1983 Kori Gilb and Steve Ourada were crowned Snow Queen and King at a program held in the Walnut Grove high School auditorium. A surprise anniversary cel- ebration honoring Mr. and Mrs. Darlow Foster on their 36th wedding anniversary was held at the Red Rooster in Tracy Friday evening. Mrs. Jackie Deal demon- strated candle dipping to Mrs. Pack's fourth grade class on Thursday, march 3. The dem- onstration is one of several presented to elementary stu- dents prior to the program by Marcy Schrann on early pio- neer life, especially the Wilder family. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO March 10, 1968 Tom Masterson of Walnut Grove, is listed as one of three members of the U of MN freshmen basketball team as being most likely to gain starting varsity positions next year. A new salary schedule in the Walnut Grove schools has been adopted. The base start- ing salary for teachers with a bachelor's degree is $6,000. The continued lack of pre- cipitation has raised appre- hensions as to whether there will be enough moisture for crops this spring. Some even wonder if high winds will bring dust storms like those of the 30's. A patient advocate. A compassionate caregiver. An expert cl.inician. Dr. Kopperud specia!.izes in Internal. Medicine and Pediatrics and is currentty accepting new patients. To schedule an appointmenL (507) 274-6121. SANFRD Westbrook nOTICE The 124th annunl meeting of Redwood Countu Farmers mutual Insurance Co. ef Lomberten, IIIInneseta will be held Saturdag, march 16, 2013 et 1:)1 p.m. at the Communltg Hntl In Ulnbasso, mlnnesnta The purpose of the meeting will be for 1) Reading of the minutes and Financial Statement; 2)Old Business; 3)New Business; or any other business that policyholders wish brought before the meeting; 4) Election of two directors, for a three year term each. There will be lunch and door prizes awarded following the meeting. Redwood County Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. Gwen E. Batalden, Manager -13