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JANUARY 19, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: | ! A benefit dinner for Joe Kilichowski, Drayton, will be held Sunday, January 23 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Drayton Public School. Cost is $5.00 per person or $15.00 per family and the menu will feature a baked potato bar, desserts, and beverages. The event is hosted by Drayton Knights Inc. and area churches. Donations can also be made at KodaBank (701-454- 3317). BECOME A SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR $20.00 A MONTH! CALL THE PRESS 284-6333 TODAY/ ;H COUNTY Park River PC Box 49 sa.mantan Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-631 6 ;Insurance Park River - 284-7244 Michigan - 259-2112 Adams - 944-2231 Grafton - 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! nlng -by Adele Hankey I just read an article about muffins. It stated that banana muffins were tops. Seventeen different kinds were mentioned, recipes were also written, and here are sortie of them. Is banana your favorite muffin? Banana Muffins 1 cup sugar * 1/2 cup, minus 1 Tbsp. oil * 2 eggs * 1 cup mashed bananas * 1 tsp. vanilla * 1 1/2 cups sifted flour * 1 tsp. baking powder * 1/4 tsp. soda * 1/4 tsp. salt Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Cr me the sugar and the oil. Add the eggs, mashed bananas and vanilla. Fold in the dry ingredients. Fill paper cup liners to the top. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean. This yields 9 muffins. Cranberry Muffins I cup chopped cranberries * 1/2cup sugar * Mix together and set aside * 2 cups flour * 1/4 tsp salt * 3/4 tsp soda * 1/4 cup sugar * 1 egg slightly beaten * 3/4 cup buttermilk * 1/4 cup melted margarine * Sift dry ingredients; add egg, buttermilk and margarine. Mix until moistened only. Fold in cranberries, bake 20 minutes at 400 degrees. This yields I dozen'. Magic Muffins Mix together: I beaten egg * 4 Tbsp. melted margarine * 3/4 cup milk * 3/4 cup Malt-O-Meal * 1 1/4 cups flour * 1/2 cup flour * 1 Tbsp. baking powder * 1/2 tsp. salt Stir and mix egg, melted margarine and milk together, add all dry ingredients. Mix well. Fill muffin tins or paper cup Liners 3/4 full. Bake 20 minutes at 400 degrees. This makes 1 dozen. Using the magic muffin recipe you chn add 2 Tbsp. strawberry jam or 2 Tbsp. of well drained crushed pineapple. Dried apricots soaked first in water, using those made a tasty were mentioned as well as pulp from the strawberry jam, sometime. I like Until next time "Dell" muffin. Blueberries prunes. I am going muffins. to try LATE LATE FROM PAGE I Notre Dame. The eighth grade class of the local school has 46 students, making it the largest eight grade class ever. Quite a few people were down with "la grippe" (influenza). In a cost-cutting maneuver, Mayor ordered that electrical current was tO be turned off at 11:00 instead of midnight. Former Park River student Oscar Gullickson was set to complete his senior year at UND. As a junior in 1909-1910 "Gullick" won four letters as a starter in football, basketball, baseball, and track. Toward the end of the month, the Methodist completed a revival. Rev. W.A. Dunnet had held about 30 se ices in the month, brought many souls generally to Christ, and 25 nembers specifically to the local Methodist Church. His last sermt)nlwas a temperance lecture heard by 450 hardy souls. Chairs had to be Ught in. The offering was $156.00, a very good sum, the editor noted ?]9 ause of the hard times. [the 1910 harvest was the worst of the centui ' Adams hosted a skiing tournament at the coulee. A ten-foot jump was rigged up. Bert Ovnand won with a jump of 34 feet. The reported noted that several of the jumpers turned beautiful somersaults in the air--and, because the snow was so plentiful and soft, they didn't care if they landed on their skis or not. , tI.S. Postal Service promises better delivery of newspapers The U.S. Postal Service has pledged to improve delivery service for Washington, D.C subsequently admitted to the problem. newspapers leaving North Dakota. "It is acknowledged that the Des Moines NDC has not performed as A major change in the USPS distribution process occurred in October expected with regard to the processing of periodicals," Neri said in a 2010 when newspapers destined to out-of-state subscribers were sent to message to Bailey. "A review of their operations revealed the opportunity Des Moines, Iowa, for sorting rather than having that process for specific corrective action. Management is aware of the issues and has accomplished in North Dakota. implemented the corrective action to resolve the deficiencies," he said. "North Dakota newspaper publishers have been bombarded with While most subscribers are aware that newspapers have no control complaints about slow delivery to points in the U.S particularly to the over delivery after handing over the newspapers to USPS, many southwest where many North Dakotans head for the winter," said Roger newspapers, have had subscriptions cancelled or been threatened with Bailey, executive director of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. cancellation due to the late and sometimes sporadic delivery by USPS. "Subscribers have also been upset when receiving two or three separate "Cancellations are devastating to our newspapers but not a good sign issues of a newspaper in their mail boxes at one time," Bailey said. for USPS either," said Bailey. While slow out-of-state delivery of newspapers has been a frequent North Dakota newspapers paid in excess of $2:5 million to USPS to complaint from subscribers, an increase in complaints came about as a result ofaUSPS determination that the volume of newspapers leaving deliver newspapers for the 12-month period December 1, 2009 to North Dakota didn't meet USPS standards for sorting within the state. November 30, 2010. "The new system which sent all North Dakota newspapers to Iowa for "One might think a business like USPS that proclaims to be losing sorting was implemented by USPS before it had the process perfected," money would be interested in protecting its present, and a very stable, Bailey said, "but it took some time for USPS to make that admission." income provided by North Dakota's newspapers," the newspaper A similar situation existed in Montana when USPS began sending all executive director said. Montana newspapers destined for out-of-state locations to Denver, "We're pleased, however, that USPS has recognized the problem and Colorado, for sorting. USPS reversed that decision after determining that is working to correct it," Bailey said. "In the meantime, we hope Denver, like Des Moines, wasn't ready for the transition, subscribers will be.patient and keep their hometown newspaper informed Frank Neff, an official at the USPS headquarters processing office in" of any improvement, or lack of improvement, in delivery." Ashley Ford and Brandon Nordstrom, together with their parents, Tom and Pam Ford, and Ken and Colette Nordstrom, both of Cavalier, ND, are happy to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Ashley graduated from Cavalier High School in 2002, and the University of North Dakota in 2006, with degrees in Mass Communications and Sociology. Ashley obtained her Masters in Management degree from the University of Mary in 2009. She is currently employed at Altru Health System as the Benefits Specialist, in Grand Forks, ND. Brandon graduated from Cavalier High School in 2001, and the University of North Dakota in 2007, with a degree in Psychology. He will complete his Masters in Occupational Therapy through the University of Mary in May 2011. Ashley and Brandon will be married on February 26, 2011, in Cavalier, ND, at St. Brigid's Catholic Church with a reception and dance at the American Legion. Lankln Legion Auxiliary news By Loretta McLaughlin and Harvey Renowski and also LANKIN, N.D. The Lankin from the First Care Health Center American Legion Auxiliary held in Park River for our donation. its meeting Jan. 3. Pam called the We are sending a donation to meeting to order. Trudy read the the Lisbon Home Activity fund. opening prayer followed by the Plans were finalized for our moment of silence, pledge to the Legions Birthday Party. flag, and the preamble. The annual Blood Drive will be Member's present prize went to held at the Lankin Legion on Lucille Ward. Name drawn for all February 17, 1 to 6 p.m. heading members was Veronica Askim,the drive again will be Carol Jallo she was not present, and Betty Ruzicka. Secretaryand treasurers reports Lucille Ward announced that were given, there will be a Community Fitness Monetary Christmas gifts were and Wellness meeting at the sent to seven World War II Lankin Senior Citizens Center on Veterans who are all members of our Legion. Gifts were sent to 3 Wednesday, January 19th at 7 local boys who are still in the p.m everyone is urged to attend service, this meeting, as there is a grant Two of our members will involved and we want everyone's represent out unit at the mid-winter ideas and input. There will be a conference if the weather permits, speaker explaining what it's all They are Betty Ruzicka and Mary about. Kavli. Being no further business to Marlys Carlson sent 50 take care of, Tmdy read the closing Christmas cards to the Veterans prayer, meeting adjoumed byPam. home in Fargo. Editor's Note: McLaughlin is Thank you letters were received secretary for the Lankin American from Joe Espelien, Helen Laaveg Legion Auxiliary Unit 157. If You Can't Find What You're Looking For ] WE'LL FIND IT FOR YOUll E3H Evr"~O LET 3M1 @ Hwy 17 W. or 110 I/I/. 5th St Grafton 0pen 8:00.5:30Bon.- Fri.&8:00- NoonSut. 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