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JANUARY 2, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight  ## The merchants below are / proud to a I00T-3RO Ge, we Winter DAY, PRBC 1-3rd grade winter fun day will be held at Park River Bible Camp on Saturday, Jan. 12. Kids in grades 1 through 3 are invited to join us for fun in the snow, singing ans skits by the fireplace, and games in the gym. The cost is $20 if registered by Jan. 4, $25 after. For more information call the camp at (701) 284-6795, email at goprbc@polarcomm.com or visit our website at www.parkriverbiblecamp.org. COUNTY ESS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 C_-n-"--ariW !!'- v301 Park River >.. Sic_ty ' . County Road 12B "= ,--,"-- 284"7115 'I- Park River Implement .,,,, Park River 8 - 1--- Adams 944-2231 'll_ .. Grarton ~ 352-3668 IIWIRST UNITED Michigan ~ 259-2112 J--"knk&lnsurance HoolSle ~ 894 6123 Crystal ~ 657"2168 \\; 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim's Super Yalu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! I00HAT atzE v0u CELEeeATING? The Press will print your announcements - weddings, milestone birthdays, anniversaries, or babies- free of charge Small fee applies for open house invitations , FREES200 LYj__. Local Gift Card (with lease signing) q: \\;  lBrApts " , / ) Park Court Apts- Park River ', / All utilities paid Income Based Private Entrance with NO STEPS NOW AVAILABLE!! / / ,j Call Vicki 701-331-3826 ' !/': 701-352-2275 " / :/ Professionally Managed by [ ,/ Prairie Homes Management l  / A , 1-888-893-9501 A i I ', I --' l"]rY ]-800-36(}888  • IAI r / HO ......... D,n,n, wi,h o.lll . -by Adele Hankey Happy New Year!! I know some friends that always wait for the New Year to arrive, throughout the holiday season they invite friends to their place having a party- maybe two or three-never having a party except at this time. , A snack plate with various kinds of meats, different kinds of cheese, some crackers- you name it, it is served; and of course dips served to go with such. Your favorite drink too, was on hand. Here are some drinks you might like to make. Holidfiy Punch 2 qts. Cranberry juice • 1 (46 oz) can pineapple • 1 C. bottled juice • 2 qts. Ginger ale • Lemon juice • Ice This can be made right in a large punch bowl. Mix all ingredients that have been chilled. Pour all into a large punch bowl. Stir well. Add ginger ale and ice. Serve at once. Percolator Punch 1 !/ C. frozen lemon juice ' 2 C. orange juice (Put in basket) • 2 C. sugar • 6 sticks cinnamon • 4 C. cranberry juice • 2 qts. Apple cider • 2 tsp. cloves Put all ingredients in a large Rot and let perk. Lemon, Cranberry Drink 1 pkg. kool-aid • 1 C. sugar" 1 qt. cranberry cocktail • 1 C. frozen lemonade • 4 C. water "1 qt. ginger ale (add last) Mix all ingred!ents, just before serving add the ginger ale. Here are two ' Dips" (Use with vegetables) Curry Dip 1 pint mayonnaise • 1 Tbsp. curry powder • 1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce • 3 Tbsp. chili sauce • 1 Tbsp. finely grated onion, pulp and juice • Small clove garlic, crushed • 1/4 tsp. salt • 1/4 tsp. pepper Whisk together .all ingredients. Cover tightly. Store in refrigerator, keeps well. Good served with raw vegetables, carrots, celery, etc. EZ Dip 1 small container sour cream • 1 (15 oz.) can crushed pineapple, drained • 2 tsp. beef bouillon granules Whip together and serve with chips raw vegetables. Until next 1;1me "Dell" Samson, Weldon to wed in Maryland 2nd Lt. David John Samson and Heather Rachel Weldon, together with their parents. Paul and Colleen Samson of Park River, North Dakota, and Peter and Norecn Wcldon of West Dundee. Illinois, an- nounce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Heather, originally fiom Cork, Ireland. moved to the United States as a young girl and graduated in 2009 from Harry D. Jacob's High School in Algonquin, Illinois. She attended Loyola University Chicago, Illinois, and completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. 2nd Lt. Samson attended Park River High School graduating in 2006. He is a 2012 graduate of the United states Naval Academy with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. He is cur- rently stationed at TBS, Marine Corp Base, in Quantico, Virginia. The Sacrament of Marriage will be celebrated on February 2, 2013 at the United States Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Maryland. The couple will make their home in Pensacola, Florida, where 2nd Lt. Samson is assigned to flight school at the Pensacola Naval Air Sta- tion. I l'v III I Z Ir ll"l ll- I- Inl J'l i i Ill i A"l ]l " Peterka, Highway De- partment; and Wayne Vigen, Highway De- partment. • 15 years- Rosa Balderas, Social Sew'- ices; Kris Molde, Au- ditor's Office; Jerry Hodny, ttighway De- partment; and Kathy . Kirkeby, Dept. of Cor- rections and Rehab. • 10 years- Deb An- derson, Health Dis- trict; and Sheila Good- w i n , Communications. • 5 years- Katie Di- etz, Emergency Man- agement; Scri Ger- szewski, Social Services; Kelly Cole, Photo: Submitted State s Attorney; and Ryan Kalbrener, High- Above: Front Audrey Gauderman, Katie Dietz, Rosa Balderas, and Seri Gerszewski. Middle:'Kris Molde, Mary Wild, way Department. Bev Demers, and Tammy Henriksen. Back: Gary Seboe and Jerry Hodny. Extension Roundup workshops to take place Jan. 8-9 in Devils Lake DEVILS LAKE, N.D. --The 2013 Lake Region Extension Roundup will be Jan. 8-9 in Devils Lake. The North Dakota State University Exten- sion Service holds this workshop annually to provide inlbrmation on a wide range of agri- cultural production and family topics. "This is a great opportunity to learn the lat- est updates in intensive ag management, crop marketing, livestock and horticultural issues," says Bill Hodous, Ramsey County Extension cropping systems agent. Both days start with breakfast at 8 a.m. General and concurrent sessions begin at 9:30. The general sessions are in the World War II Memorial Building. Concurrent ses- sions will be in the Memorial Building's base- ment and Annory Room, and the remaining sessions will be in the adjoining Ramsey County Courthouse's Historical Room and meeting room. General session topics on Jan. 8 are: a small-grain variety trial update, stripe rust, engineering fields for tiling, the 2013 weather outlook, new research at NDSU's Carrington Research Extension Center, Roundup Ready patent expiration issues and enhancing soy- bean yields with micronutrients. Concurrent sessions that day cover land values, the new farm bill, winter wheat fungi- cides, the art of grandparenting, tiling, cover crops, crop rotation, soil salinity and sodicity, soybean production, barley issues, new spray- ing technologies and sodium in people's diets. Topics for the general sessions Jan. 9 in- clude herbicide resistance, a corn industry up- date, fertility product reviews, a canola overview, sulfur fertility and/or deficiency, North Dakota Soybean Council efforts and the effect of a Canadian Wheat Board ruling WE'VE GOT NEWS FOR READERS OF ALL AGES... on U.S. wheat farmers. Concurrent session topics that day are up- dates on dry bean markets and research, corn production developments, vitamins and min- erals in the last trimester of a cow's preg- nancy, improving the feed value of low-quality feeds, cow pregnancy issues, land values, minimizing fertility loss, winter wheat survival during a dry fall, cell phone applica- tions, soybean cyst nematode, the latest in- Ibrmation on satellite imagery, the basics of wine making and research results from the Edmore tile drainage site. Attending the Lake Region Extension Roundup is free of charge. No registration is necessary. For more information, contact your county Extension Service office or Hodous at (701 ) 662-7027 or bill.hodous@ndsu.edu. GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE PRESS! IN COUNTY OUT OF COUNTY OUT OF STATE $34 $38 $42 YOUR EVENTS... YOUR COMMUNITY... YOUR HOMETOWN PAPER IN THE HEART OF WALSH COUNTY JANUARY 2, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight  ## The merchants below are / proud to a I00T-3RO Ge, we Winter DAY, PRBC 1-3rd grade winter fun day will be held at Park River Bible Camp on Saturday, Jan. 12. Kids in grades 1 through 3 are invited to join us for fun in the snow, singing ans skits by the fireplace, and games in the gym. The cost is $20 if registered by Jan. 4, $25 after. For more information call the camp at (701) 284-6795, email at goprbc@polarcomm.com or visit our website at www.parkriverbiblecamp.org. COUNTY ESS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 C_-n-"--ariW !!'- v301 Park River >.. Sic_ty ' . County Road 12B "= ,--,"-- 284"7115 'I- Park River Implement .,,,, Park River 8 - 1--- Adams 944-2231 'll_ .. Grarton ~ 352-3668 IIWIRST UNITED Michigan ~ 259-2112 J--"knk&lnsurance HoolSle ~ 894 6123 Crystal ~ 657"2168 \\; 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim's Super Yalu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! I00HAT atzE v0u CELEeeATING? The Press will print your announcements - weddings, milestone birthdays, anniversaries, or babies- free of charge Small fee applies for open house invitations , FREES200 LYj__. Local Gift Card (with lease signing) q: \\;  lBrApts " , / ) Park Court Apts- Park River ', / All utilities paid Income Based Private Entrance with NO STEPS NOW AVAILABLE!! / / ,j Call Vicki 701-331-3826 ' !/': 701-352-2275 " / :/ Professionally Managed by [ ,/ Prairie Homes Management l  / A , 1-888-893-9501 A i I ', I --' l"]rY ]-800-36(}888  • IAI r / HO ......... D,n,n, wi,h o.lll . -by Adele Hankey Happy New Year!! I know some friends that always wait for the New Year to arrive, throughout the holiday season they invite friends to their place having a party- maybe two or three-never having a party except at this time. , A snack plate with various kinds of meats, different kinds of cheese, some crackers- you name it, it is served; and of course dips served to go with such. Your favorite drink too, was on hand. Here are some drinks you might like to make. Holidfiy Punch 2 qts. Cranberry juice • 1 (46 oz) can pineapple • 1 C. bottled juice • 2 qts. Ginger ale • Lemon juice • Ice This can be made right in a large punch bowl. Mix all ingredients that have been chilled. Pour all into a large punch bowl. Stir well. Add ginger ale and ice. Serve at once. Percolator Punch 1 !/ C. frozen lemon juice ' 2 C. orange juice (Put in basket) • 2 C. sugar • 6 sticks cinnamon • 4 C. cranberry juice • 2 qts. Apple cider • 2 tsp. cloves Put all ingredients in a large Rot and let perk. Lemon, Cranberry Drink 1 pkg. kool-aid • 1 C. sugar" 1 qt. cranberry cocktail • 1 C. frozen lemonade • 4 C. water "1 qt. ginger ale (add last) Mix all ingred!ents, just before serving add the ginger ale. Here are two ' Dips" (Use with vegetables) Curry Dip 1 pint mayonnaise • 1 Tbsp. curry powder • 1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce • 3 Tbsp. chili sauce • 1 Tbsp. finely grated onion, pulp and juice • Small clove garlic, crushed • 1/4 tsp. salt • 1/4 tsp. pepper Whisk together .all ingredients. Cover tightly. Store in refrigerator, keeps well. Good served with raw vegetables, carrots, celery, etc. EZ Dip 1 small container sour cream • 1 (15 oz.) can crushed pineapple, drained • 2 tsp. beef bouillon granules Whip together and serve with chips raw vegetables. Until next 1;1me "Dell" Samson, Weldon to wed in Maryland 2nd Lt. David John Samson and Heather Rachel Weldon, together with their parents. Paul and Colleen Samson of Park River, North Dakota, and Peter and Norecn Wcldon of West Dundee. Illinois, an- nounce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Heather, originally fiom Cork, Ireland. moved to the United States as a young girl and graduated in 2009 from Harry D. Jacob's High School in Algonquin, Illinois. She attended Loyola University Chicago, Illinois, and completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. 2nd Lt. Samson attended Park River High School graduating in 2006. He is a 2012 graduate of the United states Naval Academy with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. He is cur- rently stationed at TBS, Marine Corp Base, in Quantico, Virginia. The Sacrament of Marriage will be celebrated on February 2, 2013 at the United States Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Maryland. The couple will make their home in Pensacola, Florida, where 2nd Lt. Samson is assigned to flight school at the Pensacola Naval Air Sta- tion. I l'v III I Z Ir ll"l ll- I- Inl J'l i i Ill i A"l ]l " Peterka, Highway De- partment; and Wayne Vigen, Highway De- partment. • 15 years- Rosa Balderas, Social Sew'- ices; Kris Molde, Au- ditor's Office; Jerry Hodny, ttighway De- partment; and Kathy . Kirkeby, Dept. of Cor- rections and Rehab. • 10 years- Deb An- derson, Health Dis- trict; and Sheila Good- w i n , Communications. • 5 years- Katie Di- etz, Emergency Man- agement; Scri Ger- szewski, Social Services; Kelly Cole, Photo: Submitted State s Attorney; and Ryan Kalbrener, High- Above: Front Audrey Gauderman, Katie Dietz, Rosa Balderas, and Seri Gerszewski. Middle:'Kris Molde, Mary Wild, way Department. Bev Demers, and Tammy Henriksen. Back: Gary Seboe and Jerry Hodny. Extension Roundup workshops to take place Jan. 8-9 in Devils Lake DEVILS LAKE, N.D. --The 2013 Lake Region Extension Roundup will be Jan. 8-9 in Devils Lake. The North Dakota State University Exten- sion Service holds this workshop annually to provide inlbrmation on a wide range of agri- cultural production and family topics. "This is a great opportunity to learn the lat- est updates in intensive ag management, crop marketing, livestock and horticultural issues," says Bill Hodous, Ramsey County Extension cropping systems agent. Both days start with breakfast at 8 a.m. General and concurrent sessions begin at 9:30. The general sessions are in the World War II Memorial Building. Concurrent ses- sions will be in the Memorial Building's base- ment and Annory Room, and the remaining sessions will be in the adjoining Ramsey County Courthouse's Historical Room and meeting room. General session topics on Jan. 8 are: a small-grain variety trial update, stripe rust, engineering fields for tiling, the 2013 weather outlook, new research at NDSU's Carrington Research Extension Center, Roundup Ready patent expiration issues and enhancing soy- bean yields with micronutrients. Concurrent sessions that day cover land values, the new farm bill, winter wheat fungi- cides, the art of grandparenting, tiling, cover crops, crop rotation, soil salinity and sodicity, soybean production, barley issues, new spray- ing technologies and sodium in people's diets. Topics for the general sessions Jan. 9 in- clude herbicide resistance, a corn industry up- date, fertility product reviews, a canola overview, sulfur fertility and/or deficiency, North Dakota Soybean Council efforts and the effect of a Canadian Wheat Board ruling WE'VE GOT NEWS FOR READERS OF ALL AGES... on U.S. wheat farmers. Concurrent session topics that day are up- dates on dry bean markets and research, corn production developments, vitamins and min- erals in the last trimester of a cow's preg- nancy, improving the feed value of low-quality feeds, cow pregnancy issues, land values, minimizing fertility loss, winter wheat survival during a dry fall, cell phone applica- tions, soybean cyst nematode, the latest in- Ibrmation on satellite imagery, the basics of wine making and research results from the Edmore tile drainage site. Attending the Lake Region Extension Roundup is free of charge. No registration is necessary. For more information, contact your county Extension Service office or Hodous at (701 ) 662-7027 or bill.hodous@ndsu.edu. GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE PRESS! IN COUNTY OUT OF COUNTY OUT OF STATE $34 $38 $42 YOUR EVENTS... YOUR COMMUNITY... YOUR HOMETOWN PAPER IN THE HEART OF WALSH COUNTY