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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS • WEDNESDAY MARCH 4, 2015 Page 3 \ \ \ \ Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are / // proud to announce: . .- 9 St. Joseph's Catholic Church of Lankin will be having their Breakfast and Bake Sale on Sunday, March 15 at the Lankin American Legion serving from 10 a.m. to I:00 pm. The menu items include Pancakes and eggs. This is a free will offering and take-outs are available. COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 (;'c xl ": 301 Park RiverRoad 1 - .,Saj nantm County 2B C E-) 284-7115 AUTO PARTS F IRST UNIT"ED & Insurance Park River Implement 284-631 6 Park Adams 944-2231 Grafton 7~352-3668 Michigan- 259-2112 Hoo#e 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 .J \ 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! "Where Quality is Standard" RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL NEW WORK OR REMODEt EMERGENCY SERVICE AVAILABLE 701-33111579 Scott Wedel, Owner saelectric. 14@g mail .com Veterans Ave. S, Park River ND ND Dining Dell -by Adele Hankey Cold months of the year are always a good time of the year for making and serving hot dishes, lasagnas etc. This spaghetti pie recipe doesn't sound like any hot dish to me being it is cooked in a I 0 inch pie pan. but in all honesty it is delicious. This recipe was given to me from a dear lady, Carol Fadden, living in Sioux Narrows, Ontario, Canada. Using any kind of meat, this hot dish is tasty, she said. She's right, I was given Moose meat and made it of that; it was "Super-duper"! Here is Carol's recipe. Spaghetti Pie 6 oz. spaghetti • 2 well beaten eggs • 1/2 C. onion ° 1 tsp. sugar • I/2 tsp. garlic salt • I (6oz.) can tomato paste • l (8oz.) can tomatoes, cut up ° 1/3 C. grated parmesan cheese ° 2 Tbsp. butter • 1 lb. ground beef • /4 C. green pepper, chopped ° 1 tsp. oregano ° 1 C. cottage cheese • 1/2 C. shredded mozzarella cheese Cook spaghetti and drain. (Should have about 3 -4 1/4 cups) Stir butter in hot spaghettk stir in parmesan cheese and eggs. Form spaghetti mixture into a "crust" in a buttered 10 inch pie pan. In a skillet cook beef in een pepper and onion until tender and meat is browned. Drain offexcess fat. Stir in un-drained tomatoes, tomato paste, sugar, oregano and garlic. Heat through. Spread cottage cheese over bottom of spaghetti "crust." Fill pie with tomato mixture. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top. Bake 5 minutes longer or until cheese melts. Easy to make, you'll love it! L agna 1 lb. ground beef, 1 1/2 C. water • 1 / 2 lb. lasagna noodles • l Tbsp. parsley ° 2 tsp. sugar • 1/2 lb. small curd cottage cheese • 2 eggs, beaten • 2 tsp. salt ° 2 cloves garlic, minced • 1/4 tsp. pepper • 1 medium onion, minced • 1/2 tsp. basil • 1 lb. mild cheese ° 3 1/2 oz. cans tomato paste Brown the beef with onions and garlic. Add tomato paste, water, parsley, salt and basil, simmer 5 minutes. In a bowl, blend cottage cheese and eggs. Mix with beef mixture, then noodles and cheese. Put in a 9 x 13 inch pan and bake at 350 degrees for 45-minutes. Let sit 10 minutes before serving. Meat, Vegetable and Potato Hot Dish Brown together: 1 1/2 lbs. ground beef • 1 med. Onion, minced ° 1 tsp. pepper Add: 3 grated carrots ° 4 diced potatoes • 1 can cream (any kind of cream soup) • 1 / 2 cab of whole milk Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. • **For a slightly different approach, add a bit of green pepper. /4 tsp. salt • 1 / 8 of celery soup or Until next time, "Dell" BISMARCK. N.D, -- Connie ing and take trips with her husband Halldorson. Mountain, was pre- and son. sented the "Outstanding Office The NRWD mangtgerhad this to Employee" award, by the North say about her, "Connie's ambition, Dakota Rtu'at Water SystemsAsso- resourceful methods, and"can-do" ciation ( NDRWSAI at the 29th An- attitude has made her my right-ann nual Rural Water Expo Conference while getting throught require- banquet held February 12 in Bis- ments of running an office. As a marck. This award is given to of- rural water customer herself, she rice employees that have gone does not hesitate to tell: other peo- above and beyond the call of duty pie how great it was to get water to to promote water issues to their their home. While dealing with ex- communities and provide support to management and other decision pans on projects and the transition makers, of consolidating two systems, Connie has been involved in the much of this success was due to the water industry for 15 years and is efforts of Commie?' currently the office manager of The NDRWSA was formed to Northeast Regional Water District coordinate rural water system pro- (NRWD). Connie is very involved grams on a statewide basis• The in the community and currently is association also provides technical, the president of the church council managerial: and financial assistance and is a Sunday school teacher at to aid municipalities and rural Viking Lutheran Church, Besides water systems in complying with doing things that benefit the local the federal Safe Drinking Water community, she likes to go camp- Act and the Clean Water Act. FARGO. N.D. -- From Octo- ganization received a donation: ber through December of 2014, • Park River Volunteer Fire and Gate City Bank donated more than Rescue $269.930 to organizations across Gate City Bank also made do- North Dakota and western Min- nations to regional organizations nesota as part of its ongoing corn- including the American Cancer mitment to support localSociety, American Red Cross. communities and causes. United Way. Salvation Army, and The following Park River or- March of Dimes. .............................. s*~ lr~ - ;,.I JU~ JL Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) and National Institute for Food and Agriculture to conduct these workshops in North Dakota. "Local foods, farmers markets, and specialty- foods are a growth area. NDSU Extensionand the ND Dept; ofAgricultureare i olding " a workshop to help continue this pattern, Walsh Count), NDSU Ex- ' tension Agent Kari Helgoe said. "Two sessionswfll be )ff ered." i The March 10 event will take place at;Marketpiaeebn 8th in Dear Smwy Senior, needs and preferences. Grafion.. I'm interested in getting no; 72- There are a variety of launcher Session 1 (1:30 - 5 pm) will include infomiation on a USDA Ag vear-old mother a smartphone, apps available today that provide Marketing Service grant/technical assistance program focused on de- "but want to get one that's ve , easy this type of technology and are veloping local foods and farmers markets, fbr her to use. t Tzat cat, vou rec- completely free to use. Some pop- Session 2 (6 to 9 PM) - Will be a North Dakota Department ot'Agri- ommend? " ular options include, Necta Launch- culture listening sessions to determine h9w they might helpeXpa.nd.the I Shopping Around er (, Wiser (wis- opportunities of specialty crops and local food producers. "The Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program is a key, Seniors Phone (se- to USDNs eflbrts to revitalize rural economies by suppor{ing local and Dear Shopping, Fontfillo (fontril- There are several different ways and Big Launcher regional food systems, says Anne Alonzo, AMS administrator. 'The you can go about getting your (!, which also of- grant workshops will ensure that more communities and businesses mom a simplified smartphone that s fers an upgraded x ersion tbr $9. across the country can participate in the competitive grant process with easy for her to use. Depending on Or, if you have an old Apple proposals that create real economic opportunities and help,meet the how much you're willing to spend, iPhone that you'd like to convert, growing demand for locally and regionally produced food. check out Silverline Mobile (sil- The 2014 farm billauthorized $30 million annually through fiscal here are some different options to that converts both year 2018 for the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program consider. Apple and androids for free. Simpli a Used Phone Purchase a New Phone The cheapest way to set your mona up with an easy-to-use, un- If you're interested in purchas- complicated smartphone is to get ing your morn a new smartphone. her a second-hand android phone, you have options here too. For starters, you could purchase her a and install a senior-friendly smartphonethat's specifically de- "launcher app" on it, which is a user signed for seniors, l e GreatCall's interface so vare application. Touch3 that costs $150 (with no This type of launcher will mm contract) at or 800- the appearance and performance of 918-8543. This is an android phone, most android smartphone into a made by Samsung, that has a 4-inch simplified phone with big under- touchscreen and provides a simple standable icons tbr commonly used menu list to often-used features like features (phone. text messaging, camera, contacts, etc.) and no ex- SGvvy cess clutter. Most launchers can also be customized to fit your mona's Cont page 5 Give a gift subscription InC0unty $34. Out-of-County $38 . Out.of-State $42 P.O. Box 49 ND to award competitive grants. , For more infot, ation on this workshOp, Co tact Glenn Muske, NDSU Extension s rural and agribusiness enterprise development " r ' specialist, at o (701) 328-9718. Go to to register for the event. Join us for the annual fro 5-8 p.m. March at the Crystal Fire Hall ickets S2 Steak or chicken Chance to win $ ;00, $ !$0, $500 cash.= Alonq with a number of otFier door prizes! Your Professional Prescri We offer Mail-Out Prescriptions. Delivery Service, Blood 10% off Sr. Citizen Discount, Zoovio Video Dealer, Gifts, Hallmark Cards ° Drive-up Window Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River. 701-284-7676 Drayton