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N.RCH 28, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 k Walsh County 4 Spotlight  # The merchants below are proud to announce: ANNUAL ,00OPPER AND PER00ORM00C00, The Adams-Edmore Gymnastics Teams will sponsor their annual supper and performances on Sat., March 31 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Adams Auditorium. The Teddy Bears, Bear Necessities, and Bruin Hi-Lighters will perform following the free-will chili supper. There will be several raffle items and door prizes. Everyone is Welcome. BECOME A SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR $20.00 A MONTH! CALL THE PRESS 284-6333 TODAy COUNTY SS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 (;(.d . .C&apos;, Samarium ;'" S>cic ..... Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 ]  Park River Implement 284-6316 FIIRST UNITED --"Bank & Insurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River ..... 284-7221 Jim's Super Valu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! "ark c°u" Apt'''rk 00ver A,, u.,i.o p.d \\; , **Income Based** l/ Private Entrance with NO STEPS NOW AVAILABLE!] I  CallVieki 701-331-3826 \\;1 |',/ (< ' 701-352-2275 /! F [I / // Professionally Managed by IV [  Prairie Homes Management  II IAI00I First Care Health Center's April Schedule Dr. Baig, Gastroenterologist ....................................... April 11, 25 (Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, Hepatic Consults) Dr. Fanous, Podiatrist ....................................................... April 10 Dr. Khokha, Surgeon ....... Weeks of April 2nd, April 16, April 30th Dr. Ronald Brockman, Ophthalmologist ........................... April 17 Audiocare AM--Brenda Haugen ....................................... April 24 Wakefield Hearing Center 9-AM - 5 PM ............................ April 17 Richard Wakefield, BCHIS Mammograms, Digital: 9:15 AM---4:00 PM ................. April 4, 18 Foot Care Clinic 9AM - 2PM ............................................. April 18 Nuclear Medicine .............................................................. April 26 Christina Bata, Dietitian ............................................. Every Tuesday Kipp Pietrantonio, MA .................. Every Wednesday & Thursday Mental Health Therapist Courtney Stufflebeam, MA .......................... Every Monday & Friday Mental Health Therapist C T 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 R First Care Health Center  Park River, ND Professional Care With A Personal Touch/ wvwv.firstca rehc.corn Diningwith Dell -by Adele Hankey Happy Easter!! If you are having ham for your Easter meal, dress it up in a different way this year. You wilt surprise yourself with how good it is. I am not sure as to what it should be called but it is tasty, believe me, and real easy to serve. I'll call this recipe Easy Serve Baked Ham. Whether you buy it in the can or over the counter, your "Meat Man" will help you, especially if you buy the meat from him. Easy Serve Baked Ham 1 (6 to 8 lbs.) Ham, I know you can buy it in the can. (Ham bought at grocery store) 1 jar apricot preserves (about 1 1/2 more or less cups) Whole cloves Slice the ham and tie it together with string. I am sure the meat man or dealer would slice the ham on his slicer and tie it up for you. Place the ham, fat side up, on rack in a shallow baking pan. Spread, the apricot preserves over the top. Stud with cloves. Heat in a slow oven 325 degrees-15 minutes per pound. While baking baste 3 or 4 times with pan juices. Place on a platter to serve. Just cut the string. The big ham just falls apart in delicious slices. (This is an old time recipe) With yams or sweet potatoes make this for your Easter meal. Sweet Potato Casserole 3 cups of canned yams, mashed • 1 cup of sugar • 1 stick of butter, softened • 1 tsp. vanilla • 2 eggs Beat all ingredients together for 5 minutes with a mixer. Pour into a greased casserole dish. Spread this topping over potatoes with your fingers. Topping: 1/3 cup of flour • 1 cup brown sugar • 1 cup chopped pecans Mix all topping ingredients thoroughly before spreading on potatoes. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees, covered. Have this for dessert-it is called "Party Cake" Party Cake 2 cups flour • 2 cups sugar • 3 eggs beaten • 1/8 tsp. salt • 1 cup pecans • 1 tsp. soda • 1 tsp. vanilla • 1 large can (22 oz•) crushed pineapple and juice Mix well and pour into an ungreased cake pan. Bake at 325 degrees for 30-35 minutes. Icing for cake: 1 stick of soft butter • 1 8 oz. Cream Cheese (soft) • 1 Tbsp. vanilla • 2 cups powdered sugar Mix all ingredients together and frost on cooled cake. Until next time "Dell" Sleep studies available at First Care Health Center PARK RIVER, N.D.-- If you quality, sleep diagnostics to consistently have trouble sleeping hospitals, clinics and other at night, or ]]ave an uncontrollable desire to sleep during the day, you may have a sleep disorder. Left untreated, sleep disorders- may even endanger your physical and mental health. Your mood, memory, and ability to concentrate may all suffer. In extreme cases, there can be life-threatening consequences. Sleep apnea, repeated interruptions of breathing, can have hannful effects on your brain, heart, and lungs. Driving while drowsy has been proven to be as dangerous as driving while intoxicated. Narcolepsy, an inability to stay awake even during the day, is hazardous if you drive or operate machinery. First Care Health Center offers sleep studies in Park River in cooperation with Winmar Diagnostics Sleep Wellness Center. Based on extensive clinical experience, Winmar offers high healthcare facilities. Following a referral by your healthcare provider, you will come to First Care Health Center in Park River fbr the sleep study. You will check in to one of the hospital patient rooms and a Winmar technician will administer the sleep study starting around 9:00 p.m. and ending about 5:00 a.m. One of Winmar Sleep Center's sleep physicians will provide interpretation of the sleep study results which will be tbrwarded to your provider. You should schedule a ibllow up appointment with your care provider to discuss the results of the sleep study. If the sleep study is positive for sleep apnea, your provider will contact Winmar Sleep Center. They will help to arrange fbr the set up of a CPAP machine for use in the home. For more inibnnation to set up a sleep study please contact your healthcare provider. PR GRANTS FROM PAGE I The advisory boaM encourages people to remember the Foundation when giving memorials or making tax deductible donations by sending them to the Park River Community Foundation, EO. Box C, Park Rivel; ND 58270. Again this year, the North Dakota Community Foundation will match dollar for dollar any unrestricted gilts raised during calendar year 2012 up to $10,000. Applications for this year's distribution can be picked up at the City Auditor's office or found online at www• and must be returned to the City Auditor's office by May 11,2012. ] J Ag, r(-Women seek nominations for 'Farm Woman of Year' ] DEVILS LAKE, N.D :- The"Lke-'R-gion primary sbm-oe of-4ncome is or was farming. Maddock, N.D. 58348, 701-438-2307, |Chapter of the ND Agfi-Wolnen'iS again S • Applicants are judged on their involvement honoring the hard working farm women with their Farm Woman of the Year Contest. This is the way to recognize the valuable contribution mid involvement in agriculture that women have in our area. Contestants need to be farm women whose with the ram1 operation along with other Ag and community organizations. Application forms are available at the NDSU Extension Service Offices for Cavalier, Benson, Nelson, Towner, Ralnsey and Walsh counties or from Carol Backstrom 3881 48th Ave NE All candidates will be honored at the annual Spring Fling event hosted by the Lake Region Agri-Wolnen Chapter on June 12, 2012 in Devils Lake and one will be chosen as Fan-n Woman of the Year. All applications should be in by May 30, 2012. nlVl00 r|s ,. lle©fealienil Base!raJl00Oftball ll00.Wl!00n April '/ - 7p PR Comn0rtY Room , Register 0nline at /' PR.PARKS.c0rn / Lankin Legion Auxiliary news By Loretta McLaughlin LANKIN, N.D. -- The Lankin American Legion Auxiliary met March 5 with ten members present. President Pare Jallo called the meeting to order. Trudy Wippler read the opening prayer followed by the moment of silence, Pledge and Preamble. Attendance prize winner was Trudy. All members name drawn was Rita Olson, she was not present. Minutes and Treasurers reports were given. Our annual blood drive was a real success. Workers were Lucille Ward, Trudy Wippleh Carol Ondrasek and Alice Bogert. Members signed a card for Kayla Wolf who has just returned from Afghanistan. We are sending 2 girls to Girls State. Plans were made for we are serving the lunch at the Good Samaritan Home on Thursday, April 19 and we are serving the meal at the Legions mmual ticket party on April 28. All were in favor to sell tickets tbr the Grocery baskets again this year with drawing at Memorial Day services. The District 2 Spring meeting will be held on April 10th at Larimore. Meeting closed with a prayer by Trudy. Meeting adjourned by Pare. Following our meeting we served birthday cake and ice cream and coffee to the Legionnaires in honor of the Legions birthday and we presented them with a monetary gift. Editor : Note: McLaughlin is secretao,.fi)r the Lankin AmeHcan Legion A uxilia O, Unit 157. Senator Cu00is Olafson Proven and Effective Leadership for District 10, our State, and our Nation • In the Legislature, Senator Olafson has worked hard to: • Develop good working relationships with legislators in both chambers• • Identify needed legislation that would receive the support of the members of the Legislature• • Secure passage of the legislation he introduced• • 2011 - Prime Sponsored 12 Bills - All 12 passed by a wide margin. • 2007-2011 - Prime Sponsored 26 Bills - 23 passed. • Senator Olafson - Working Hard - Getting Things Done. Vote to Re-Elect Senator Curtis Olafson (Paid by Senator Olafson Campaign Fund, Steve Holm, Chair)