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JANUARY 22, 2014 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: Kids Fishing Derby, Saturday, January 25, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. at Homme Dam. For kids 12 and under, $4.00 admission fee. Prizes awarded to all. in becoming a spot sponsor? Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 Park River PO Box 49 I Park River : ,:t ~~ l~ ll ] ' ,l sa.mantan 301 Couny Road 12B;!l AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ,352-3668 T UNITED Michigan 259-2112 Bank&lnsurance H oople - 894-6123 L;rystal 657-2168 \ 110 4th St. E Park River \ Jim's Super VaIu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! nlng -by Adele Hankey One can't beat a good bowl of soup especially in the winter when it is cold. I thank Marilyn Johnson for this soup recipe, it is delicious. I know you will agree. It is called... Cheeseburger Soup 1/2 lb. ground beef 3/4 C. chopped onion 3/4 C. shredded carrots 3/4 C. diced celery 1 tsp. dried basil 1 tsp. dried parsley flakes 4 Tbsp. butter (divided) 3 C. chicken broth 4 C. diced, peeled potatoes 1/4 C. flout 2 C. American Cheese, cubed 1 1/2 C. whole milk 3/4 tsp. salt 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. pepper 1/4 C. sour cream In a 3 qt. saucepan, brown beef, drain and set aside. In the same pan, saut onion, carrots, celery, basil and parsley in 1 Tbsp. of butter until vegetables are tender (about 10 rain.) Add the broth, potatoes and beef and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat; Cover and simmer for 10-12 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Meanwhile in a small skillet, melt remaining butter. Add flour, cook and stir for 3 to 5 minutes or until bubbly. Add to soup and bring to a boil. Cook and stir for 2 minutes. Reduce heat to low, add cheese, milk, salt and pepper. Cook until cheese melts. Remove from heat; blend in sour cream. Yields 8 servings. Delicious!! Bean Soup with Ham Bone 1 lb. navy beans 3 qts. Water 1 ham bone 1/2 C. green pepper, chopped 1 C. chopped celery 2 C. peeled, diced potatoes 1 medium onion, diced 3 carrots,:sliced thin 1 Tbs. salt , ,''1 . " 1/4 tsp. pepper 1. C. tomal o juice Simmer beans in water with ham bone for 2 hours. Remove bone, return meat scraps of meat to soup. Then add all ingredients and simmer for 2 hours more. Taste for seasonings. **If you wish to thin this soup, use more tomato juice, Soft Dumplings **These dumplings are always egg, beaten .... 1 C'. flour 1 1/2 Tbsp. cornstarch 1/2 C. milk 2/3 tsp. salt 2 tsp. baking powder Mix together in order. Drop soup or stew. Cover and let once. good i,n soups oe t . by rounded spoonfuls into hot steam, turning dumplings just Until next time "Dell" LANKIN, N.D.- The Lankin Lankin and winner of the 2nd American Legion held their draw- place Gift Certificate from Scheels ing for the Henry Golden Boy rifle was Patty Bina of Fordville. The on Monday, January 13 at their Legion wishes to thank all those monthly meeting. The winner of who bought tickets and supported the rifle was Francis W. Praska of the Legion. By Joann Gorder for 2014 and handed them out to WALSH COUNTY, N.D. -- the members. The morning con- The Four Seasons Garden Club cluded with a delicious lunch pro- drove to Bathgate, ND last sum- vided by Linda Larson and other mer to view the beautiful lawns members. and landscaping at the homes of The Club met in November at Cinder Gunderson and Deb Mor- the Presbyterian Church in Park rison. They both had unique ideas River. The morning began with a to share with the members, very tasty brunch provided by do- In September, we met at president, EdieRygh. She served Gramma Jo's Car6 in Park River caramel rolls, fruit cups, juice and for lunch and a business meeting, coffee. Joyce Kiel was our guest. Tentative plans for 2014 are to Joyce Larson, co-president meet in May at the park inPark presided over the business meet- River to fill the five planters, ing. The member's decorated 17 Thank you's go out to members of Christmas centerpieces that were the Federated Church and the Bap- donated to the Good Samaritan tist Church forhelping water the Home for their dining tables. flowers in the planters through the In December, the Club mere- hot summer days, Plans are tenta- bers and guests met at the Alexan- five to visit the grounds at U of M der House for Christmas dinner. Crookston in June. There are some Edie Rygh provided the Christmas plans for July and also to tour the music and surprised everyone with Peace Gardens in August. a plate of finger sweets to conclude In October, the Garden Club the dinner and year. met at Linda Larson's home for a The next meeting will be in business meeting and a speaker, April and anyone interested in Melissa lrvine. She gave a very in- joining can contact Joyce Larson formative lesson on plants and or Edie Rygh. bushes. Melissa also presented us Editor's Note: Gorder is the with lovely plants to take home. secretary for the Four Seasons Dena Larson compiled the booklet Garden Club. Day will go to a good cause. "This year we're i'aising money for our emergency room," said Je- linek. "We want to raise money for two patient transport carts for the ER." Each of these carts will provide certain things for the Emergency Room. "They have a hydraulic lift, a brake, and a scale," Jelinek said. "One will break down so you can do additional examinations, if neces- sary. Though we don't deliver babies at the hospital, this cart would allow us to, if we had to. The other cart has a higher weight limit." Giving Hearts Day is set for Feb. 13. "It starts on February 13 and goes from 12:01 AM until 11:59 PM,"Je- linek said. "It's for 24 hours, so the money raised during that time will goes to purchase these items for the Emergency Room." The Aggie Vision class video will play its part in certain incentives that the Dakota Medical Foundation offers in order to boost donations at h:orgat ion. : : ! Th 'ffeXent incentives 'tha the ih erS, so they might soin like $500 to the non- give '~" " ": "~ ~ ' profit that receives the most in do- nations from the most states," said Jelinek. "One of them is for the best YouTube video fnade for the event." Once Giving Hearts Day rolls around, it'll be interesting to see how the Aggie Vision class measured up against any others that were sub- mired. WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The United States In a letter disseminated to customers today, Postal Service today announced proposed price Board of Governors Chairman Mickey Barnett changes, including an increase in the price of a described the "precarious financial condition" First-Class Mail single-piece letter from 46 of the Postal Service and the 'kmcertain path to- cents to 49 cents. The proposed changes, which ward enactment of postal reform legislation"as would go into effect in January 2014, are in- primary reasons for seeking price changes tended to generate $2 billion in incremental an- above the CPI increase. He also indicated that nual revenue for the Postal Service. the price adjustment above the CPI increase is Highlights of the new single-piece First- necessary in order to ensure that the Postal Class pricing, effective Jan. 26, 2014 include: Service will be able to maintain and continue U. The Postal Service is filing a price increase above CPI-U due to extraordinary and excep- tional circumstances which have contributed to continued financial losses. The Postal Service recorded a $15.9 billion net loss last fiscal year and expects to record a loss of roughly $6 bil- lion in the current fiscal year, and has an intol- erable low level of available liquidity even after defaulting on its obligation to make prefunding payments for retiree health benefits. Letters (1 oz.)-3 -cent increase to 49 cents the development of postal services of the type The PRC will review the prices before they Letters additional otmces- 1 -cent increase to and quality which America needs, becom- effectiw" 26 2014 and must aoree * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 21 cents "Of the options currently available to the ., 7 .... ." " ...' .... ........... me prices are consistent wlm appncaoie Jaw. -v ...... = i t t i | ,. Letters to all international destinations (1 Postal Services to align costs and revenues, m- The --w nrice .... osals are scheduled to be -- a X :, . oz)-$1 15 creasing postage prices is a last resort that re- ~' .lg~'~ .~ IJ~t'~'~7~" ............ , -- . ,. ' _ . ....... ,. , . ,,,, .. nicer aept. zo ano will oe avauaole on me , * .Postcards-l-centlncreaseto34centsrlects extreme nnancmi cnauenges, sam , .......... ,, ..... a-l , ,,,;llbeav-il -V ....... "" l : " Y -o Stamp prices have stayed consistent with the Barnett in the letter. "However, if these finan- .... ,\y -.v-,,.e ............... - aoze at lattp//pe usps corn , % r ................ average annual rate of inflation of 4.2 percent cial challenges were alleviated by the timely en- : " - ' " . , ...." *- since the Postal Service was formed in 1971. actment of laws that close a $20 billion budget The full text ot the Board chmrrn.a.n s letter = , . _ ~ d * Service Desk Analyst I I I . Receive & log calls, provioe IT support & ~. Pricing for Standard Mail, Periodicals, Pack- gap, the Postal Service would reconsider its sent to.postal customers about the pnclng,,oecl- n Extra Services a o will be ad enc ura e slon will be avallaoie later today at the muow 1 I troubleshooting to a variety of gov't functions. , aoeServicesa d " Is " - nricinestrategy Weare o g dbythere- lll I . justedas part of a filing to the Postal Regulatory cent intToduction of comprehensive postal re- lag!ink:, i . ...... III [] Commission (PRC) scheduled to take place form legislation in Congress, and despite an , nttp://aop t.usps.cm/news/naunat-re- 1, ] T=Je q l"J , U Pension Plan, Sick g Holiday Pay, & I l=;*'~~t' ~ FlexibteWorkSche 'ule. . Sept. 26. uncertain legislative process, we are hopeful leases/2013/prJo cnalrman- etter.nm]. 11 O The Governors of the Postal Service noted that legislation can be enacted this year. The Postal Service receives no tax donars mr -It af= ht ~t [Contact us at www.nd.gov/ITD/ - 701.328.1004 or TTY 1.80o.30e.e88a I Sept. 24 to seek price increases above the typi- Except in exceptional or extraordinary cir- operating expenses and relies on the sale of cal annual increases associated with changes in cumstances, postage price increases are capped postage, products and services to fund its oper- the Consumer Price Index (CPI). at the rate of inflation as measured by the CPI- ations. _250 Gift Card!!! " ACE Y0U CEL| eATIN 71[ .................................... "; rith 12 me. LeaseSigning I JHAT , , . 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