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JANUARY 4, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight  --- The merchants below are proud to announce: FemAv Nit, m" Our Rwee The Park River Community Club presents: Friday Night Out from 7-9 .m.on Friday, Jan. 6 at the Park River American Legion... Calling all singles, couples, parents, office folk, farmers, mechanics, teachers, electricians, Bible Camp staffers, pharmacists, bankers, nurses, daycare providers, cafe workers, retail employees, and more.., if you are in your 20s or 30s and live in Walsh County and the surrounding area, we would like to invite you for a night out - our treat. Join us for a social event with appetizers, prizes, games and more while meeting some of the other 20 and 30 somethings in the area. Invite your friends and neighbors for a Friday Night Out! Check out our event on Facebook! amaritan CC) S,icn .... Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 I  Park River 1 Implement 284-6316 %. &apos;RST UNITED Bank&lnsurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 \\; 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 l Jlm's SuperValu 284-6433 t 101 3rd SL W ..... ...... -Park Ri:,?.' : :/For all your;irle needs! Spacious 2 bedroom apartments for rent zn Park River All Utilities Paid Income based No steps Laundry facility on site - MUST SEE - Contact Vicki for more information at 701-331-3826 701-352-2275 $200 Rental Incentive with lease signingll 1 Bedroom apartments also avaiIable Professionally Managed by Prairie Homes Management 1-888-893-9501 -. toll free TTY: 1-800-366-6888 EHO Most every morning I have an egg for breakfast, if not two. I do not prepare them the same each day either. A soft boiled egg is my favorite, dipping the toast into it. When my niece, Pare (Hankey) Ford was little she loved a boiled egg. She liked dipping toast into the yolk, always calling it yellow jelly There are many way.s to cook any egg. Boiled Eggs Boiling water salted * Eggs, not cracked and clean. (Any colored egg tastes the same) Eggs straight from refrigerator, takes 5 minutes when started to boil for a soft boiled egg. 8 to 10 minutes for a hardboiled egg. Run cold water quickly over hard cooked eggs to keep the yolk from turning color. Scrambled Eggs Combine in bowl 3 eggs * 3 Tbsp. milk * 1/2 tsp. salt * 1/8 tsp. pepper * Butter Break your eggs into a bowl you can thoroughly beat with the milk. In a fry pan heat butter, about 2 tablespoon full. Cook until creamy and firm. Stir constantly scraping from bottom of pan. Serve hot. Fried Eggs 1 Tbsp. butter * 1 large egg * Salt and pepper to taste Heat the butter in fry pan. Carefully break the egg, keeping the yolk whole, sprinkle with salt and pepper. When egg is white up to the yolk part of the egg, gently turn or flip it over frying it to your liking soft, hard or just medium cooked. Bacon with eggs is always a winner. Fried Bacon and Eggs In a heavy fry pan heat and slowly cook bacon. If bacon is cooked very slowly it will become light brown, turn bacon just once. When done place stripes on a paper towel to absorb excess fat. Pour off grease leaving about 2 tablespoon full to cook eggs in. Carefully breaking eggs, one at a time into a saucer slipping them into the hot grease, and turning them to the consistency wanted. Eggs with bacon and toast make a real meal. Poached egg A poached egg is the healthiest of all eggs prepared. There are special containers for poaching an egg, but I simply put an egg in a deep pan in boiling water. When it floats up I carefully remove it with my potato masher to a piece of toast with a bit of salt and pepper. Until next time "Dell" IE'W SilO1 We have what you need: Corn Canola Sunflowers Forage Crops Wheat And Biogene i RR2 Soybeans r , Contact: / Casey O Tool Justin Melland V' 701-866-9806 701-331-1230Bio'e :: ....... . .......... SEEDS tet=00yngltm00 YOUTH CENTER FROM PAGE l-- would be served from the canteen. Alec knew he wasn't the only one who was interested in a youth cen- ter. He said that now, when he and his friends want to hang out they go to someone's house and watch a movie or play games, but this would offer a place for everyone and offer a lot more interaction. So far, Alec has meet with the Western Walsh Ministerium and the Park River Community Club, has looked into buildings in the area as well as the cost of furnishings and entertaimnent, and a brainstorming committee has been formed to help develop ideas on grants and fundrais- ers. "He's doing a fabulous job," Anita Zavalney, a member of the com- mittee, said of all the work Alec has put into the project during the past few months. Other members involved in the project include Pastor Mark Antal, Victoria Lewis, Laurie Larson, Luke Bemtson, David Hinrichs, and Je- remy and Bethany Setness. Zavalney said that what they are working on now is looking fbr peo- ple who would be interested in the planning committee stages. "We're looking at what the options are for support," she said. Bethany said that one of the main pieces of the puzzle would be to find someone who would be interested in being the site's coordinator, who would be in charge of scheduling volunteers, cleaning and main- taining the center. Bethany said they have talked with the people who mn the youth cen- ter in Grafton and have gotten some helpful hints on how to make the center work and be a safe place for area youth. "It's good to get advice from people who've already done it," she said. While Alec still needs a location, couches, a television, board games, air hockey tables, pool tables, game systems, volunteers and more be- fore his dream will become a reality, he plans to continue to push through and do the hard things to benefit not only himself and his friends, but his community "l think it's a great vision," said Zavalney, "It [gives the community] something more to offer families." In 00elegrat00en e0000u00ene 00gef00sSar00 9Ot00 "The family of Eugene Loftsgard will be hosting an Open House to celebrate his 90th Birthday. Please join us Saturday, January 7, 2012, from 2:00- 4:00 p.m. at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church Fellowhip Hall. No gifts, please; cards are welcom( Fai ND104/, ATTENTION REPUBLICANS DISTRICT 19 REPUBLICAN ...... l '" [ " [ REORGANIZATIONAL MEETING'. ' I -t t I SATURDAY, JANUARY 21ST, 2012 @ 10:00 AM I LARIMORE FIRE HALL, LARIMORE, ND [ **ELECTION OF OFFICERS ** SELECTION OF DELEGATES/ ALTERNATES TO STATE CONVENTION ' : :, .... 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