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SENTINEL TRIBUNE (1)N RE:CORD Wednesday, April 24, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Dor& Elizabeth Pederson A memorial service for Doris Elizabeth Pederson will be hdd Saturday, May 4, 2013, 3:00 p.m. at Crist Mortuary, 3395 Penrce Place, Boulder, CO. Interment at the Dillon Cemetery in Dillm, Colorado on June 8, 2013. Doris, passed away April 18, 2013 in Boulder, Colorado. She was born November 12, 1924 in Walnut Grove, MN to John S. and Johannah (Johansen) Pederson. Doris graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1942 and was also a graduate of the Mankato Business College in Mankato, MN. She was an Executive Secretary in the insurance business for many years and a long time resident of Heather Gardens, Aurora, CO. Doris was an avid golfer and loved to travel with her family both in and out of the country. She was married to Gordon Lampright of Lafayette, Colorado and G.M. Sprentall of Boulder, Colorado. Survivors include her children Richard Lampright, Caren Mikota and Jeanne Lampright; 10 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her daughter Linda Lampright and her siblings Sylvia Fakler, Esther Severson, Arvin Pederson and Ardys Rongstad. Richard Ourada Funeral services for Richard Ourada will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at English Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove with Pastor Tim Holt officiating. Casketbearers will be Rick, John, Jason and Steve Ourada. Visitation is one hour prior to services at the church on Wednesday. Private family burial will take place at a later date. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfu- Richard "Dick" A. Ourada, 67, of Walnut Grove died Friday, April 19, 2013 at Methodist Hospital in Rochester after a battle with can- cer. Richard Ourada was born February 24, 1946 in Tracy, MN to Lad and Mac (Harlan) Ourada. He attended school in Walnut Grove. Dick enlisted in the US Navy serving as Military Police and was stationed in Charleston, SC and Europe. Following his discharge he returned to Walnut Grove. On October 14, 1967 he was united in marriage to Vickie Wells in Tracy. Dick worked at the blacksmith shop with his dad and brother. He later worked at Fagen Brownlee & Hayes for 27 years, and most recently at Mid State Mechanical as a supervisor. Dick was a member of the Walnut Grove American Legion. He enjoyed watching golf, especially Tiger Woods, baseball, especially the Twins, and cops shows. Dick loved spending time in his backyard, barbequing, bird watching, gardening, and taking care of his yard. He also enjoyed bullhead fishing. Survivors include his children: Rick (Connie) Ourada, Walnut Grove, John (Teresa) Ourada, Walnut Grove, and Jason (Lisa) Ourada, Wabasso; grandchildren: Jessica, Derick, Joshua, Jillian, Cora Mac, Evelyn, David, and John Jr.; step grandchildren: Nicholas Goblirsch, Lacey DeGreeff, Joshua DeGreeff, and Abra Johnson; brother Steve (Bette) Ourada, Walnut Grove; and many other relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were his parents; wife Vickie,; grand- daughter Emma; sister Rose Dehn. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL I 274-6136 OR I 1-800-410-1859 I I Metal-on-Metal Hip Implant Injury Claims Your Local Weather Thu 50142 Plenty of sun. Highs in the low 50s and lows in the low 40s. Fn 4/26 64143 Mainly sunny. Highs in the mid 60s and lows in the low 40s. Sat 4/27 (  " ; 72/51 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 50s. Sun 4/28 76/53 Sunny. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the low 50s. Mon 4/29 68/47 Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 60s and lows in the upper 40s. Minnesota crop farm incomes up in 2012 Minnesota farmers were largely spared from the drought that severely impacted much of the Corn Belt during the summer of 2012, according to an analy- sis conducted jointly by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) and University of Minnesota Extension. The analysis found that drought-induced high crop prices coupled with above average yields resulted in a profitable year for farmers who participat- ed in the analysis. Overall, median net farm income (the farm's contribution to family living expenses, income taxes, retirement and business growth) was up 47 percent from 2011. The analysis used data from 2,200 participants in MnSCU farm business management education pro- grams and 110 members of the Southwest Minnesota Farm Business Management Association (the total num- ber of farms in Minnesota is approximately 80,000). In farm business management programs, producers learn how to maintain, interpret and use quality business records to develop business plans, make key decisions and execute marketing plans throughout the year. The producer's personalized annual whole business and enterprise analyses, which become the "textbooks" used for making business decisions throughout the year, provided the source data for the analysis. "Agriculture continues to be one of the bright lights in the Minnesota economy. A thriving ag economy is essential for the economic health of rural Minnesota," said Ron Dvergsten, Dean of Management Education at Northland Community & Technical College in Thief River Falls. "We were not surprised that Minnesota crop producers had a good year. We were surprised at how well livestock farms did, given record high feed costs. Minnesota livestock farmers generally produce a large portion of their own feed, which gives them an advantage in years like this." The analysis found that, despite developing drought conditions during the grow- ing season, corn yields improved over 2011 for these Minnesota producers. Corn averaged 170 bushels per acre, slightly higher than the 10-year average of 166 bushels for participat- ing farms. Soybeans yielded 46 bushels per acre com- pared to a 10-year average of 41. "We started the grow- ing season with very ade- quate rainfall and the crops were able to go down and find moisture as we dried up later in the season," said Dale Nordquist, Extension economist in the University of Minnesota Center for Farm Financial Management. "But we are heading iiato 2013 planting season with a serious lack of soil moisture. We dried up the soil profile by the end of the year." Crop prices were also higher than most producers had ever experienced. The average price for corn sales Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-61361 or 800-410-1859 Free Mankato Seminar Attorneys will discuss the legal rights and options for patients. Hilton Garden Inn Tuesday, May 7 at roam 2o Civic Center Plaza Mankato, MN 56oo1 If you have experienced any problems with your metal hip replacement, come to our seminar to learn about your right& BEST ZIMMERMAN REED -- ATTORNEYS FIRMS SelectedasaFirstTerMinneapo#sFfain#ffs'lawfinninU.&News&WorktRep  areI jmTelit.,lll|l ffel j e-m[l[e]ll[ol  liTZeI! [111 aiwli We are an experienced Minnesota law firm helping patients and families. Learn more online at was $6.08 per bushel, com- pared to $5.17 in 2011 and $3.67 in 2010. Soybeans brought $13.08 per bushel compared to $11.35 and $9.66 the two previous years. Spring wheat sold for $8.18 per bushel compared to $7.24 and $5.03 in the two previous years. While crop prices were up, so were production costs. For corn, land rental rates increased by 17 per- cent. Fertilizer was up 26 percent. The total cost to grow an acre of corn was up $88 an acre from 2011, an increase of 13 percent. Livestock farms were somewhat more profitable than in 2011, but much of this profitability was due to the cropping side of their operations. Milk sold for $19.60 per hundredweight compared to $19.96 in 2011. With a cost of production of $19.19, dairy farmers made 41 cents on every hundred COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT April 12-19, 2013 Speeding: $120.00 - Michael A. Baumgard, Brewster, MN; Audry L. Rossow, Excelsior, MN Certain left turns pro- hibited: $110.00 - Tarnra A. Griese, Mt. Lake, MN Theft: $494.38 - Stephanie L. Hansen, Windom, MN, unsupervised probation for 1 yr Driving after revoca- tion: $280.00 - Stephanie L. Hansen, Windom, MN pounds produced. Market hog prices declined from $66 per hundred pounds in 2011 to $63 in 2012. Market beef prices increased from $113 per hundred- weight in 2011 to $122 in 2012. However, the cost to produce 100 pounds of beef increased by $16. Inflation-adjusted incomes for these Minnesota farms increased to levels that have not been experi- enced in almost four decades. "We are in the middle of one of those gold- en ages of agriculture," Nordquist said. "The last period we had like this was in the 1970's. Those of us who are old enough remem- ber that period ended with a hard landing. We don't expect another hard landing, but we know this will end sometime." The statewide results are compiled by the Center for Farm Financial Management into the FINBIN database which can be queried at ten 1) False 2) magnetic 3) electromag- net 4) b 5) True Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - During the recent storm power outage, Fulda's mayor, Greg Ommen, contacted the League of MN Cities, and informed them that Fulda had a need for backup generators so that the water treatment plant and the sewer pumps could be operated. Two generators were brought to Fulda late Thursday night, but the power to the city was restored before the generators were hooked up. Lamberton News - At the April 15 meeting of the RRC Board of Education they accepted a Leave of Absence from Jenifer Goblish between 3 - 5 years. The district will begin seeking a replacement for the English instructor. Murray County News - Five members of the speech team delivered dominating pieces at the Section 3 Speech Tournament, which qualified them for the State speech meet. They are Heidi Bau, Cheyenne Hill, Rachel Lassen, Elizabeth Doom and Samantha Doom. Tracy Headlight Herald - The Magic of Belle Isle, starring Morgan Freeman and Virginia Madsen, was filmed in Greenwood Lake, NY, the hometown of 1975 Tracy gradu- ate Jennifer (Schotzko)and her husband Michael Hudson. A scene involving Freeman was shot in the Hudson home. Jennifer even got a cameo role in the movie. The Hudsons met Rob Reiner, the director for the movie. Windom Citizen - After 70 years in business, Moon's Meat & Sausage has closed and owner Jerry Moon says he is retir- ing with a lot of good memories. Jerry started working with his dad at the meat business less than a year after graduating in 1964. Notice to Walnut Grove & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... 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