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February 13, 2013

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FEBRUARY 13, 2013 THE PRESS ;- PAGE 3 Remember you Valentine with a card, chocolates, and something special from GRAFTON DIIUG  e- All in-stock &lt;  "-'/Cp candles are 20% -- off the entire   month of  February. ")5/1/. Free ///giftwrapping wit purcnase Walsh County / Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: VACENTtNdS DAY' - G00VlI00 I.le00,00,rs DAY - Fle00 CARe I-I£taLTH CIFJn'ER - C,00Dll00, Re.00J00 - A PePJ:ecr C£WBINATION/ Giving Hearts Day - 24 hours to give from your heart! Give $10 or more online at www.impactgiveback.com on Valentine's Day and Dakota Medical Foundation and First United Bank will match it up to $11,500! Your gift will help support the Cardiac Rehab Dept. at First Care Health Center in Park River, ND. COUNTY SS Park River P• Box 49 284-6333 £,p (;o<xt Park River -samaritan 301 County Road 12B Q>_._ Sxfictn '° P..,, R... 284-7115 [ /li 7 -P--ark--/ver - lmplement AUTOPARTS-" 284-6316 [FIR S Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 T UNITED Michigan ~ 259-2112 Bank & Insurance Hoo#e ~ 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 I always think that soups should be made during winter months. You come in from being out in the cold a soup is a "good warmer-upper." Being this is "National Potato Month," the first two recipes will be potato soup. Potato Soup 3 Tbsp. butter • 1 med. onion, diced • 2 strips of bacon • 3 1/2 C. chicken broth • 6-8 red potatoes, diced • 1 C. cream • Salt and pepper to taste • 2C. wild rice Combine butter, onion, and bacon in a large Dutch oven. Cook until bacon and onion are just turning brown. Add the broth, potatoes, rice, salt and pepper. Simmer covered for 1 hour. 15 minutes before serving add the cream. (Add more chicken broth if necessary) Serve hot. Cream of Potato Soup 6 C. slice potatoes • 1/2 C. sliced carrots • 6 slices bacon • 1 C. chopped onion • 1 C. chopped celery • 1 1/2 tsp. salt • 1/4 tsp. pepper • 2 C. milk • 2 C. light cream ° Shredded cheddar cheese • Parsley Cook the potatoes and carrots until .tender. Drain. Saut6 bacon until crisp and crumbly. Save the bacon drippings and saut6 the onion and celery in 2 Tbsp. of this. Combine cooked vegetables, bacon, salt, pepper, milk and cream. Simmer for 30 minutes but do not boil. Garnish with cheese and parsley. Potato Chowder 4 C. diced potatoes • 2/3 C. chopped celery •'1/4 C. chopped onion • 2 1/4 C. water ° 1/4 C. butter • 2 Tbsp. flour • 2 1/2 milk • 1 tsp. dill weed • 1 can cream corn • 1 C. chopped ham • 2 C. cheddar cheese • Salt and pepper Boil potatoes, celery, onion and water. Simmer until tender. Set aside to cool, do not drain. In another pot, melt the butter. Add flour, salt and pepper, stir until bubbly. Add the milk stirring constantly until thick. Add the dill weed. Mix the 2 pots together and add the cheese. Stir until cheese is melted. Add the cream corn and ham, stirring gently. Crock Pot Beef Stew 3 potatoes, sliced • 3 carrots, sliced • 3 med. onions, quartered • 4 ribs celery, cut into pieces • 2 lbs. beef stew meat • 2 C. beef broth • 1 tsp. Worcestershire Sauce ° 2 tsp. Kitchen Bouquet • 1 tsp. paprika • 1 Bay Leaf • 1/2 tsp. pepper • Salt to taste Put all ingredients in cooker, stir to mix well and cook on low for 10 hours. Until next time "Dell" Dear Family and Friends Thank you so much for your recent sup- port during my hosiization and recov- ery stay in rehal':after open heart surgery. Special thanks to Arnola and family that came to stay with her while I was hospitalized. Thanks to everyone for the cards, phone calls, prayers and good wishes. I am doing well and see you in the spring when we get home to Park River. God Bless you all, Dennis Skorheim Jim's Super Yalu 284-6433 * 00nox 00onvonioneo 00tom in 00valior * 101 3rd St. W • • Park River_ For all your dinner needs. ! • WILL BE HAVING A • • 'Game Day Pizza Special' Your source for Happy Happenings, • Walsh C0uaty Pr’ss 284,6333 •. February 15th, 16th and 18th This property features approximately 295 acres of exceptional crop land with Soil Productivity Index in the high 70's. Offered in two parcels with good access. |:!1[1t I [I]IRI][i:I I[e]i I:lli(,]tiVlel l,i:ntmii nl=nlliS.h[,l=% :l.'mllJ PARCEL ONE: Co. Rd. #14  2$th Ave NE Acres: 159+/- [] [] 1 IH°neyf°rd'ND' Legal: NWt,a 31-153-53 Cropland: 148.6 FSA ac. PARCEL TWO: 23rd Ave NE ! Co. Rd. #11 '  Acres: 153 +/- ! f . Legal: NW'/ 32-153-53 N Cropland: 147.1FSA ac. , ; ' I"  Contact:   ; , II i I Grand Forks AFB I Kevin Pifer  , 701 •238.5810 " Pif%00s ,00ww.p,er00.com 00007.700.00099 : I00r#e 9ingle ToppingPizza • $11.99 o• just • • • • OO0 OOOOO00 • O0 REGISTRATION FOR PRE-SCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN Registration for all Pre-school and Kindergarten students who will begin pre-school and kindergarten in the Park River School system this fall. You can register Feb. 11-15, 2013 between the hours of 8:30 - 11:00A.M. and 12:30-4:00 P.M. at the Park River Elementary School Office. Pre-school children who register must reach their 4th birthday before August 1, 2013 and Kindergarten children must react their 5th birthday before August 1, 2013. All students who enroll are required by state law to have an immunization record on file with the school before they may begin kindergarten next fall. These forms will be ave,apse at me time of registration. Each student must present his or her birth certificate before registration s complete. Influenza (respiratory flu) is spread easily, and if you have someone sick in your home with influenza it takes an effort to prevent it from spreading to others. Here are a few tips: • Get the sick person on an antiviral within the first 48 hours-this will reduce the length the flu lasts and possibly the severity of the flu. This decreases the potential for spreading it to others in the home. • There are two main ways that respiratory flu spreads in your home. They are: o Droplets spread through the air when a person sick with the flu coughs or sneezes. These droplets can be breathed in by others if they are not covered up. Teach the sick person to cover up their cough by coughing into a tissue or into their elbow. o Droplets settle in the environment from uncovered coughs or from the unclean hands of a sick person. If you have a sick person in the home instruct them to cover coughs and to wash hands after they use a Kleenex. Others in the home can pick up the influenza germ from the environment. Never share cups, forks, spoons, toothbrushes, etc. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with yo.ur hands as that is how the germ can get introduced into your body. • Clean common use surfaces such as door handles, handrails, kitchen tables, refrigerator door handles, etc. • Always wash your hands immediately after caring for a person who is ill and frequently throughout the day. • Get vaccinated! Even though the flu vaccine is not perfect is does afford you much greater protection than if you did not get one! Co00, samaritan '° Happenings at Our Good Samaritan Monica Simon AI)C February Events: Feb. 12 3:30 Bible Study with Jeannen McMillan Feb. 12 4:40 Hymn Sing with Cheryl Cox Feb. 14 3:00 Monthly Birthday Party hosted by the Park River Legion Auxiliary Feb. 19 3:30 Bible Study with Jeannen McMillan Feb. 19 4:30 Hymn sing with Cheryl Cox Feb. 26 3:30 Bible Study with Jeannen McMillan Feb. 26 4:30 Hymn sing with Cheryl Cox Feb. 28 3:00 Auxiliary Lunch and Program Hosted bu the Federated Church of Park River Submitted by Betty Ruzicka In Memory of Alma Kelley Oliver and Loma Johnson Lankin Legion Auxiliary In Memory of Robert Kjelland Lankin Legion Auxiliary Darlene Monson Harold and Carol Jallo Allen and Betty Ruzicka Many Ann and John Kjelland In Memory of Bob Lamb Oliver and Loma Johnson In Memory of George Miller LankinLegion Auxiliary In Memory of Bridgette Jehlicka Lankin Legion Auxiliary Dennis and Karen Brodina Dennis and Marlys Carlson In Memory of Gayle Swartz Allen and Betty Ruzicka Dennis and Karen Brodina Dennis and Marlys Carlson In Memory of Walter Pokrzywinski , Allen and Betty Ruzicka Dennis and Karen Brodina Dennis and Marlys Carlson In Memory of Blanch Swartz Lankin Legion Auxiliary Harold and Carol Jallo Alice Bogert Allen and Betty Ruzicka Merlin and Ann Linstad Dennis and Marlys Carlson Francis and Marilyn Praska In Memory of Roger Waith Francis and Marilyn Praska Harold and Carol Jallo In Memory of Ray Lein Lankin Legion Auxiliary Allen and Betty Ruzicka In Memory of Donald Dvorak Dennis and Karen Brodina Arian and Janice Dahlen Allen and Betty Ruzicka Dennis and Patty Bina Pete and Arlene Peterson Earl and Marcella Weisz Darrel and Deb Jallo Elton and Yvonne Magnus Teri and Junior Dahl In Memory of Clarence Trenda Roger and Lois Kovarik Dennis and Karen Brodina Allen and Betty Ruzicka In Memory of Mabel Hell Allen and Betty Ruzicka In Memory of Helen Laaveg Dennis and Marlys Carlson Allen and Betty Ruzicka Lankin Legion Auxiliary 0/  _@.u In Memory of Wally Thompson from Greg and Donna Erovick. In Memory of Ray Alkofer from Norman and Dorothy Graver In Memory of Arlene Zacha from Fred and Bertha Hodny family In Memory of Caroline Karas from Bart and Irene Hankey, Leon and Diane Schmitz and Family of Caroline Karas. In Memory of Eugene Schild- berger from Dr. Hal and Linda Harris. In Memory ofLarry Pohanka from Margaret Dub and Jim Hobbs. In Memory of Steven O'Shea from Margaret Dub and Jim Hobbs. In Memory of John Sobolik from Margaret Dub and Jim Hobbs. In Memory Elvira Johnson from Margaret Dub and Jim Hobbs. In Memory of Mabel Hell from Ann Pohanka. In Memory of Dr. Omotunde from Tony and Kay Alkofer. Feb. 8th Sale Feb. 14th