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FEBRUARY 29, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County .. Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: WITH LOVE AND BEST WISHES FROM HER DAUGHTER JEAN, SON-IN-LAW BOB (',(,()(1 . a111 aFitan • '- Ni>cicn' Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7.115 Park River 1 Implement 284-631 6 hlll_ .. Michigan ~ 259-2112 IIIPIRST UNITED Adams ~ 944-2231 "J Bank & Insurance ~ Grafton 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 l Jim's Super Yalu 101 3rd St. W ....... Anyone that makes lefse has their favorite recipe and wouldn't try another ladies recipe for anything, thinking her own is best, but not these ladies. Norwegian Lefsa (D,von Ol,,n) 5 lbs. potatoes, mashed well • i cup butter • i cup half and half • 3 1/2 to 4 cups flour • 3 tsp. salt Mix all ingredients into potatoes except flour. Cover with dish towel and refrigerate until cool (or overnight) add flour. Roll out thin and fry on lefse grill. Lefsa (Hulda Rossum) 8 cups riced potatoes (5 to 6.pounds) • 1/2 cup half and half • 1 tsp. sugar • 1 tsp. salt • 1 stick melted butter • 3 1/2 to 4 cups flour Combine first 5 ingredients and mix well. Add flour and stir well to consistency for making balls. Let cool to quite cold and roll into 2 inch balls, (keep them cold). Roll each ball out very thin and put it on lefsa grill, turning once. To keep bubbles from forming, prick with a fork before putting on the grill. Make layers of 6 on a towel and cover. Cool (Very cool or they will stick). When all are done and cooled, fold in quarters or in six if you like, for storage. Lefsa (I)oug Bengtson) 4 cups potato flakes • 4 cups boiling water • 1/3 cup oleo (margarine) • 1/2 cup whipping cream • 1 tsp. salt • 1 tsp. sugar • 2 1/2 cup flour Mix potato flakes and boiling water and while still hot add remaining ingredients. Roll in small balls on a floured board, fry on a hot grill. Cheryl Orondal's Lefsa 5 cups well mashed potatoes • 1 1/2 cups flour, plus extra • 2 Tbsp. butter, unsalted preferred • 1/2 cup cream • 2 tsp. sugar • 1 tsp. salt • 2 Tbsp. shortening Peel and boil 3 pounds potatoes, run through ricer or mash well. Let set for awhile so the steam can escape. Place in refrigerator overnight to cool completely. In a microwave safe bowl melt shortening and butter. Combine cream, sugar and salt, add to potatoes and mix together well. Add enough flour to form dough. Shape into quarter size balls. Roll lefsa on board with rolling pin to less than 1/8 inch thickness. Grill each side of lefsa on hot grill until light brown. Remove with lefsa stick and cool on flour-sack dish towels. Store in airtight containers or wrap in plastic and freeze. Until Next Time "Dell" 2s,-o,33 / For all your dinner needst . 111busandS of" Sat,stied" : ea y" base ents made dry Drain tile & baseboard systems available FARMLAND FOR SALE TIBER TOWNSHIP, WALSH COUNTY -,THE: HAROLD & LILLIAN TROFTGRUBEN FAMILY offers for sale the following-described property located in Tiber Township, Walsh County, North Dakota: .... .: . ,!) Parcel #1 : S1/=SWl/,, less a 30.89 acre tract, , 1 . and NE '/,SW1/4 of Section 11, Township 7: 158, Range57, containing 95.69 tillable acres'. . , .Parcel #2: NIANWIA and NWIANE% of Section 14, Township 158, Range 57, Containing 70 tillable acres Parcel #3: ME% of Section 15, Township 158, Range 57, containing 124.6 tillable acres Parcel #4: Wl/2SEV, of Section 10, Township 158, Range 57, containing 74 tillable acres The Seller shall retain 50% of the mineral rights in and to the above-described property BID PROCEDURE: Written bids will be received at the law office of Steven C. Ekman, Bremer Bank Building, 910 Hill Avenue, PO Box 70, Grafton ND 58237 until 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Please mark your envelope"BID FOR TROFTGRuBEN LAND" (include parcel number). Bids should be in the total amount and not per-acre. Persons having submitted reasonable written bids will be allowed to remain and participate in oral bidding. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. TERMS: 10% of the purchase price will be due upon. acceptance of a bid, and the balance due thirty (30) days later. For further information, contact: Customers • Transferable Warranty • Licensed-Insured MN License #20S42636 ND License #38488 800-348-6247 www.safedrybasement.com Steven C. Ekman Atttorney at Law 910 Hill Ave, PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701) 352-0916 (Telephone) (701) 352-1855 (Fax) Buckling walls corrected Egress window installation Baspe vnent Water Controlled ding Service For Over 45 Years Safe I [6R[ S Secure H01D RIGHTUWAEL AN£HORS S w'm60w 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 Rcntal lnccntivc with lcasc signingll iP L . .p..,,...,. il Professionally Managed by  ,:' Prairie Homes Management  1-888-893-9501 -- toll free I  .... TTY::ISFOO66"67 "ff 'i I Thanks to YOU First Care Health Center raised $31,146 on Giving Hearts Day! Thank you to exervone that donated to First Care Health Center on GivingltcartsDav we raisedS31,146 th,ough online giving and matching funds! We would also like to thank Dakota Medical Foundation anti l,npact Foundation tor inviting us to participate in the 5th Annual Giving Hearts Day event and tbr the match funds. Funds raised on Giving l It'arts Day will help us purchase a Portable Uhrasound System that puts uhrasound in the hands of clinician at the point of {:arc" in clinic, emeroencv .. room, operating room, and hospital. The Portable Uhrasound System will be used tbr vascular access, anesthesia, interxentional, muscuh)skeletal, & point ol:care. Thanks aoain for youl" help and donations on Giving ! learts Day and for x our continued support ot First Care ttcalth Center. Thanks for your Giving Hearts Day donation! First Care Health Center B Professional Care With A Personal Touch/ www.firstcarehc.com ESP holds Family Night By Katrina Hodny Week to promote physical for The Press activities and healthy eating tbr PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The students and their families. Extended School Program (ESP) at Park River School held their ESP Family Night Feb. 20. According to Peppi Robideaux, ESP Site Director, this gathering was the second of third planned family nights during the 2011- 2012 school year. "We share fellowship and information with parents about ESP,'" said Robideaux. Roughly 84 peopleattended the hour long event. Guest speaker Kevin Walker was also present to speak to the ESP families and participants. Walker is the thunder and president of Project Appleseed (www.projectappleseed.org), and created National Parental Involvement Day in 1994 & Public School Volunteer Week in 1997, to provide opportunities in which parents can volunteer in their local public schools. In 2008 he created National Family Fitness Walker spoke on the Parent Involvement topics of parenting, learning at home, and volunteering. ESP is an extension of the Park River School. It is available to all students at any grade level. It rims betbre and after school. In her first year as site director, Robideaux states that the program helps students stay safe and engaged in activities. Robideaux hopes to bring more health and wellness activities to the program including Zumbatomic, a version of Zumba aimed Ibr kids age 4-13. She also hopes to focus more on marathon type training, the importance of hydration, and proper nutrition. More infbrmation on ESP can be found at the Park River School's website (www.parkriver.k 12.nd.us) or by contacting Robideaux at 284-7164. Tom Campbell to run for Senate in District ]9 WALSH COUNTY, N.D.--- Tom Campbell, a native and lifetime resident of Grafion, announced he is running for tl]e District 19 Senate seat in the Republican primary. District 19 does not endorse candidates but requires candidates to run in the June 12 primary election to be eligible to rUll in the general election on Nov. 6. Campbell said, "I decided to run because North Dakota has been very good to my family, and it is the right time for me to give back to my district and state." He added, "With the Bakken oil boom our state has a unique opportunity to help shape the economic future for our children and grandchildren. We can be like Texas and capture the boom to create jobs in lots of industry sectors and make North Dakota a leader, or be likeAlaska that is economically dependent on the oil companies and has an uncertain future. We have a unique opportunity to share our state's future right now by establishing the fight policies." Campbell noted, "North Dakota lost population in rural areas because we did not have enough job opportunities for our children and neighbors, even with a strong farln economy. For 34 years I have been creating jobs and opportunities, and 1 would like the opportunity to apply the lessons I learned to make sure our families and neighbors have strong employment and educational opportunities." Tom Campbell and his two brothers, Bill & Greg, started Tri- Campbell farms, a potato farm & trucking company in 1978. Over the years this first generation potato business has expanded to several states. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors Of Choice Financial Banks which has expanded into locations throughout the Red River Valley. Tom is also a board member of Grand Forks Mission tbr homeless, Teen Challenge, the National Potato Board and has done prison ministry in the Walsh County jail tbr 12 years. Campbell believes his experience with several businesses and cming fbr social needs of those who are In need give him a strong conservative background to be a Senator, and he would listen well to the people of District 19's concerns. Campbell noted that redistricting has drastically changed the boundaries of both fbnner District 16 and 19. Campbell said he would provide Grafton, Minto, and Hoople, the new northern part of District 19, strong geographical representation while understanding the entire rural area. He would like to unify the new district that runs along the Red River Valley in Grand Forks and Walsh counties. Tom Campbell, 52, has been manied to his wife Lori for 26 years, and they have two chil&'en. He is a 1983 graduate of NDSU. r lm = ] I I I I Advertise in The Press today I ' Ill wcpadvertismg@gmafl" " " .tom 'l I I I First Care Health Center's Mar. Schedule Dr, Baig, Gastroenterologist ....................................... Mar. 14, 28 (Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, Hepatic Consults) Dr. Fanous, Podiatrist ....................................................... Mar. 20 Dr. Khokha, Surgeon .................... Weeks of Mar. 5th & Mar. 19th Dr. Ronald Brockman, Ophthalmologist ........................... Mar. 20 Audiocare AM--Brenda Haugen ...................................... Mar. 27 Wakefield Hearing Center 9 AM - 5 PM ............................ Mar. 20 Richard Wakefield, BCHIS Mammograms, Digital: 9:15 AM--4:00 PM ................. Ma r. 7, 21 Foot Care Clinic 9AM - 2PM ............................................. Mar. 21 Nuclear Medicine .......................................................... Mar. 1, 29 Christina Bata, Dietitian ............................................. Every Tuesday Kipp Pietrantonio, MA .................. Every Wednesday & Thursday Mental Health Therapist Courtney Stufflebeam, MA ................... ....... Every Monday & Eriday Mental Health Therapist C 7- Scans available daily MRIs--every Thursday Ultrasounds--every Monday and Thursday DEXA Scans- Bone Density Measurement--available daily (Must have a health providers orders) # Call 284-7555 for an appointment First Care Health Center --]t i Park River, ND Professional Care With A Personal Touch/ www.firstcarehc.com i I