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FEBRUARY 27, 2013 THE PRESS . PAGE 3 A Heo, rl: Heo, LI:W woEe ro o, LL o: s 0,E: GUAFTON DUUG February is Heart Health Month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women, but is preventable and controllable. Take small steps every day towards a heart healthy plan. ,dioLsErol tve:ts &apos;v <xcL rwoLEor bLoo press=re, r DRUG C Walsh County Spotlight   The merchants below are . proud C00t# Fwee REuwee QUILT REtReAT, PRBC "Cabin Fever Reliever" Quilt Retreat will be held March 8-10. Everyone will be kept in stitches at this retreat, enjoying fellowship and fun in a "pieceful" atmosphere at the camp while learning various quilting techniques. For more information (701)284-6795, goprbc@, or Dining with Dell -by Adele Hankey Many people dislike making pie, because of the curst making. I like any kind of pie, crust or not crust, as I have said before tomato is my favorite, rhubarb next; then pumpkin. Here are two recipes for pie without making a crust; one for pumpkin and one for squash, the squash one is much like pumpkin; but there is a difference. Try this squash one and see for yourself. Crustless Squash Pie 1 Can sweetened condensed milk • 3 large eggs • 3 1/2 C. squash, cooked and mashed • 1/2 C. white sugar • 1/2 tsp. cinnamon • 1/4 tsp. cloves • 1/4 tsp. ginger • 1/8 tsp. nutmeg • 1/8 tsp. allspice •, 1/2 tsp. salt • 1/2 tsp. vanilla Cut a buttercup squash in half. Clean the inside, removing seeds etc. Put the squash in a pan with about two inches of water and bake at 400 degrees. When you can pierce the squash easily with a fork, the squash will be easy to scrape out. Lower your oven degrees to 325. Mix all ingredients for your pie with mixer or by hand. Grease a 9 in. glass pie plate. Pour the well mixed mixture into the pan and bake for 30 minutes then raise the temperature to 425 degrees and bake 10 to 15 minutes longer. The top of your pie should be browned when done. Let cool before.serving. Impossible Pumpkin Pie 2 eggs • 3/4 C. sugar • 1 can (13 oz) evaporated milk • 1 tsp. cinnamon • 1/2 tsp. ginger • 1/4 tsp. cloves • 1/4 tsp: nutmeg' • 1/2 tsp. salt • 2 tsp. vanilla • 1/2 C! Bisquick flour • 1 can (15oz) pumpkin Pour all ingredients into blender and blend well at medium speed for 2 minutes, or with electric mixer 3 minutes or until well blended. Pour into a well greased 10 in. pie pan and bake at 350 degrees for 45 to 50 minutes. Cool. Serve with cool- whip. Pear Pie 1 can pears • 1 C. cream • 2/4 C. sugar • 2 Tbsp. flour • .1 pre-made btltter pie crust (or a graham cracker crust) ° Nutmeg • Cinnamon Drain the pears. Cut into bite size pieces and arrange on the pie crust. Mix in a small bowl cream, sugar and flour until smooth. Pour this mixture over the pears. Sprinkle with I I nteres't'00d i n bec°m i n-g / nutmeg and cinnam°n" Bake at 350 degrees f°r 50 minuteS'a spotl,g ht sponsor? Cool. Refrigerate untiluntilreadYnext to serve.time, • "Dell" Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 LSH CO U NIY ESS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 ,,', --q=(;(xxl C&I. samaritan Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-711 5 00ark'verl Implement 284-631 6 % FIIRST UNITED Bank & Insurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan~ 259-2112 H oolSle ~~ 894-6123 Crystal 657-2168 [-,  - 110 4th St. E / F- Park River 284-7221 ii-R-00m's s-e-p-00p e r v00-d 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! BU<XLE UP--txJ#r BE a HUMAN Walsh County Healt.h .District Short Shots During the month of February Walsh County Health Staffgo into the schools to do a Buckle up Campaign. We teach the students the importance of buckling up correctly every time they get into a vehicle. The students are always ready with stories about someone they know who does not buckle up in the car. We know that some people do not buckle up., especially when they are riding in the back seat. What most people don't realize is that when they are riding unbuckled in a car they not only put their own lives at risk, but could cause serious injuries to other occupants in the event of an accident. Unbuckled, you become a human torpedo. Multiply your weight by the speed that you are traveling and that equals the force you crash into others in the car, or the dash or the steering wheel, etc. No one wants to be responsible for injuring or possibly taking the life of someone they love who is riding in the vehicle with them. Wearing seatbelts prevents injuries and saves many lives. Remember to Buckle Up every time you get into a vehicle for your safety, and the safety of your fellow passengers. Happenings at Our Good Samaritan Moniea Simon ADC • It's hard to believe We are at the end of February. We have had a great month and look forward to the month of March with our activities: .yOUr I SOUrC for Happy Happenings. Walsh County Press 284"6333 n March 4 3:30 Bible Study with Jeannen McMillan March 4 4:30 hymn sing with Cheryl Cox March 6 6:30 Bethel Baptist Youth March 7 3:00 Piano music with Father Luiten : : : ' : : :: • March 7 2:30 Monthly Communion Service March 8 7:30 Mennonite Singers March 12 3:30 Bible Study with Jeannen McMillan March 12 4:30 Hymn sing with Cheryl Cox March 14 3:00 Monthly Birthday Party hosted by Good Samaritan Center Auxiliary March 19 3:30 Bible Study with Jeannen McMillan March 19 4:40 Hymn sing with Cheryl Cox March 21 2-4 STAR USED BOOK SALE AND DESSERT LUNCH March 21 3:45 ESP Kids here March 26 3:30 Bible Study Jeannen McMillan March 26 4:30 Hymn sing with Cheryl Cox March 28 3:00 Auxiliary Program and lunch Victory Free Lutheran Devotional leaders for the week were Monica Simon, Dorothy Novak, Jan Novak, and Corrine Ramsey. Accompanists were Monica Simon and Jan Novak. Sunday Worship services were led bu Matthew iVIasko and Mass was led by Father Luiten. We thank everyone who shared their time and talents with us again this week. Used books may be dropped off at any time for our used book sale. ANNUAL MEETING RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT Tuesday, March 5, 7:30 pm Park River Fire Hall Local angus breeders recognized nationally in Pathfinder Report WALSH COUNTY, N.D. -- A number of area ranchers have been recognized nationally by the American Angus Association for having registered Angus cows in- cluded in the Association's 2013 Pathfinder Report. Earl & Marsha Axvig, Adams, North Dakota, hae been recog- nized for having one registered Angus cow included in the Asso- ciation's 2013 Pathfinder Report. Lane Bell, Fordville, North Dakota, .has been recognized for having one registered Angus cow included in the Association's 2013 Pathfinder Report. Darrell L Jallo, Fordville, North Dakota, has been recog- nized for having six registered Angug cows included in the As- sociation's 2013 Pathfinder Re- port. Jason Jallo, FordvilIe, North Dakota, has been recognized for having five registered Angus cows included m the Assocm- tion's 2013 Pathfinder Report. Darrell L Jallo, Fordville, North Dakota, has been recog- nized for having one registered Angus bull included in the Asso- ciation's 2013 Pathfinder Report. Joel Mathiason; Edinburg, North Dakota, has been recog- nized for having two registered Angus cows included in the As- sociation's 2013 Pathfinder Re- port. • Only 1,992 of the more than 25,000 American Angus Associ- ation members are represented in this year's report, according to Bill Bowman, chief operating of- ricer and director of performance ' programs 0f the Association with headquarters in Saint Josepl, Mo. The Pathfinder Program iden- tifies superior Angus cows based upon recorded performance traits that are economically important to efficient beef production. Over 2 million eligible dams with more than 6.8 million weaning records were examined to determine Pathfinder status. In addition, bulls that have sired a minimum of five or more Pathfinder Cows are recognized as Pathfinder Sires. All registered Angus cows and sires meeting thestrict Pathfinder standards are listed, along with their owners, in the annual Pathfinder Report. The 2013 Pathfinder Report lists 8,680 individual cows and 234 Pathfinder sires. It is avail- able online at, and printed copies are available from the Association. Started in 1978, the Pathfinder Program continues to recognize outstanding breeders participat- ing in the Angus Herd Improve- merit Records (AHIR) Program. Drayton benefit planned for man battling:lukemia DRAYTON, N.D. -- A benefit supper for Eric Lutheran of Dray- ton will be held Sunday, March 3 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Drayton Public School. Eric has been battling leukemia. Cost is $5.00 single and $20.00 per family and the menu will feature a baked potato bar with loads of toppings, bars and beverages. A silent auction and bake sale will be held at the ben- efit too. The event is hosted by Dray- ton Knights Inc. and area churches and additional funding is provided by Pembina County chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Donations can also be made at KodaBank (701-454-3317). 07 O ro V" "" Y'=-'?_'22 y '" "YE demonstrated by Duane Gronhovd. Other demonstrations will be wel- comed. New executive officers include: Dr. Gerard Dahl, President; Rick Amundrud, Vice-President; Elaine Smith, Secretary; Joe and Donnell Torgerson, Co-Treasurers; Elaine Smith, Financial Secretary; Rev Don Reynolds, Counselor; Don- nell Torgerson and All Members, Social Directors; Ran Watt and Du- ane Gronhovd, Directors. We look forward to seeing you at the Sleigh Ride next Saturday, March 2nd at •the Fairdale Com- munity Center. ,Please join us for lunch. There is no charge for this event. _- _ -- _- _--.--__._-___ _ . -- - Z=_ --: : ___ __:-_- :__. __ price of $.77 per bushel. • The basketball teams are play- ing in Aamoth's Roller rink. The boys defeated Langdon 25-.13, while the girls won 10-1. The next week both teams defeated Grafton, at the rink. The teams alternated play by halves. The girls went on to the floor and played their first half, then the boys played theirs. After a short rest the girls played their second half, and won the game 15-13. • When the boys came out to play.. their second half Park River was ahead 6-5. The second half was, if anything, even "snappier", as the local boys won 16-13. After the game a reception was held for both teams. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Sanness, renowned Norwegian actors will be in town at the Opera House on February 24. They will do songs, impersonations, storytelling, a one-act comedy, etc. Karl Farup of the First Na- tional Bank has been appointed by. Governo'r, Hannah to .th.e. Board0f'Regents of the Univer- sity. 0000000000000000000000000000000 : Ten little finaers : • Ten I,ttle toes : • Two little ears • • . One little nose00 : : Join us fora baby . ,. : : showerhonoring Tamera : ..,. • Skorheim and baby gift   : Skorheim Saturday | 7 ". March & 10:30 am at the  .'. • _ Lankin Fire Hall, Main | • .... i • • Street Lankin , ' ..... • OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I II --'ph omlas FUELS LUBRICANTS. CHEMICALS I I Class A CDL Drivers for North Dakota Class A w/X Endorsement • Clean Driving & Criminal History We Offer: TOP PAY] • Benefits, Matched 401K • Quarterly Bonus, Uniforms Provided OT over 40 • Weekly Pay • Affordable Company Housing • Family Housing Call Kristen: (801)397-8322 • Apply at: I