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APRIL 10, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 d D Walsh County Spotligh# The merchants below are proud toannounce: ,.Puo BAR, ROllER Good Samaritan Society - Park River will be hosting their Annual Spud Bar Dinner Sunday, April 14 from 11:30am - 1:30pm *Free Will Offering. Everyone Welcome! Proceeds will go toward the purchase of a new wheelchair accessible van for the center. Additional funding provided by the Walsh County Chapterof Thrivent Financial. CO ( NIY SS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 .CO (;(, 1 Park River 1 Samaritan - 301 County Road 12B ,....,,-,. ............. " 2847115 l t  Park River Implement 284-6316 % ]FIIRST UNITEB --" Bank & Insurance Park River - 284-7244 Adams - 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan ~ 259-2112 H oop-le ~ 894-6123 Crystal - 657-2168 \\; 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim's Super Yalu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! r Tired of a Wet Basement? W  //-' L*... - Bhsement Waterproofing - Basement Humidity & Mold Control Basement Finishing Slab and Sidewalk Lifting Basement Structural R'epairs - & Crawl Space Repair "mv=av'=a*==,=. , ,,, DAEHENIY ]HING5 8csetrle.l lk Foudla, lt|on rpeicl|st, FREE| In*o,,-F,oo l,i "" C FINANCING . .iLgJ t ESf ....... v,'s" ...Ji Dining with Dell -by Adele Hankey I i Handy Household Hints Some time ago I was making frosting and did not have enough powdered sugar. I was at witts end, what to do? Paging back over "Hints" that I had written before, I found the one that said "put a cup of sugar in your blender and blend on high until you get powdered sugar. I could not believe how nice it got, try is some time and see. Here are some more hints- 1. When boiling eggs boil them in salt water End they will not crack. 2. To keep your teeth white, brush them in hilex, I do. Hilex is not an acid. It is a bleaching liquid to whiten things. Mother had a certain dish to put her false teeth in each night with hilex and some water. The late Dr. Baldwin took this hilex question to a dental meeting as he was concerned as to my tisage of it. He was told it was harmless, but never use Clorox and never get is spilt on anything. I put a bit of hilex in the last rinse of my washing machine when washing clothes. It also can't be beat for getting rid of canker sores. It is not bitter, it has a sweet taste. 3. Milk will not scorch your pan when it is brought to the boiling point for scalding if sugar is sprinkled on top and milk is slowly heated, t 4. To keep your fern plant healthy, give it a drink of one cup of tea each week. 5. To break walnuts into pieces, ilace in a plastic bag and use the rolling pin. Cooking uses many terms, I will name five of them. 1. Au jus- means served in its own juices. 2. Bisque- a thick cream coup. 3. CrSme or cream - by mixing a. shortening with a sugar, either brown or while 4. Dredge - to coat lightly with flour, cornmeal, etc. 5. Entrte - means, the mare ourse. Until next time, "Dell" closely following rural call com- pletion problems since they first came to public attention two years ago. As we have reported, it ap- pears that certain long-distance car- riers - or the least cost routers they lease for call completion - deliber- ately try to avoid completing calls to rural areas so that they can avoid paying termination charges to the local carriers serving the call re- cipients. Those charges are higher in rural areas to help cover higher rural network costs. The FCC has a plan in place to phase out those charges but that process will take several years - and rural carriers will be pleased to learn that the FCC is not, as some lr/t(i suspected, simplywaiting for  the problem to go away. Last year the cormnission issued an order af- firming that carriers were required to complete calls to rural areas and imposing substantial fines for vio- lators but the problem continued, with rural businesses complaining of lost revenues and rural re.sidents warning of potentially tragic re- suits. There is wonder about Level Ys $975,000 payment going to the U.S. Treasury department. Hope- fully it will flow through to the Na- tional Exchange Carrier Associa- tion's access charge pool. That's where revenues not paid to rural carriers wbuld have gone had calls been properly completed. Polar Communications has been reporting these .long distance issues by carriers to the FCC and will con- tinue to do so until the problems are resolved. : - , If you are experiencing on-go- ing long distance issues, please contact Polar Communications of- fice at 701-284-7221. For all your faith based gifts Lisa's In,00nation 720 Hill Ave., Gra . , We have an outstanding n' l :  ' selection  bibles, books, crosses, cards and mentos. / Richard Wakefield* Gary Chwialkowski ND. MN Licensed Board Certified H.I.S.* 2514 S. Washington Insurance & Medicaid Grand Forks, ND 0% FINANCING AVAILABLE "Dedicated to Your Hearing" Advanced Digital Technology For appt. 60 Day Digital Hearing Aid Trial 701-746--7000 1-800-658-3442 , Free Hearing Test & Eval. 32 years serving the area First Care Health Center Tuesday, April 16 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Grafton Family Clinic Wednesday, Apr. 17 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. l'l Walsh County Health District tl ..... t"  ....   1 *0'0'' Short Shots ' ...............  l .................................... l r 11 1]] [ i . i i - .... i ii I ! I recently ran across an article about 2 cats in Bismarck that had rabies. Kitty 1 was picked up off the street in Bismarck and taken to the Bismarck Animal Impound. Upon arrival, Kitty 1 seemed healthy except for some nasal discharge. Kitty 1 was placed in a cage along with another stray cat, Kitty 2. Kitty 1 remained at the impound for 3 days when it was taken into a facility for Veterinary care. Kitty 2 was adopted by a North Dakota family the same day. The end of the story is that both cats ended up coming down with rabies. Animals that have rabies can appear healthy for some time before they being to develop symptoms. So how can you protect your family from rabies? Vaccinate your pets per recommended schedules. Don't allow unknown or stray animals around your family members. Rabies is a fatal disease for animals and humans. Why would you expose your family to something that is guaranteed to kill them? Don't leave it to chance-Vaccinate for Rabies today! Gardening Saturday coming to GF GRAND FORKS; N.D. -- Gar- dening Saturday is April 27 at the Alerus Center, Grand Forks. This program is co-sponsored by the NDSU Extension Service and The Grand Forks Horticultural Society. The list of gardening topics in- clude: Just Add Water: Anyone Can Have a Backyard Water Garden; Annuals and Perennials: What's New and What Works; Planning a Flower Bed; Tree Insects and Con- trol; what Veggies Go Wild Game;' The New Xeriscape; How to Attract the Birds You Want to See in your Yard; Minnesota Hardy Lilies; Kitchen Gardens and Using Herbs in Your Cooking; Weeds: Friend or Foe?; Art ifi the Garden: From Trashy to Chic, how to incorporate it into your yard; Using Weather Info for Northern Gardeners; Woody Plant Research: New Trees and Shrubs for the North; Raised Beds and Square Foot Gardening; Hardy Northern Ferns; Plants as Medicine; Getting Started Bird Watching; Adding Height to the Garden Using Vines and Small Trees; Weed Control Tips for Flower Gardens; Recipes for Com- mon Garden Vegetables or "What am I supposed to do with all of these vegetables?"; Gardening Natural- ly: Pesticide Free Gardening; and Butterflies and Pollinator Gar- dens/Butterfly Gardens for Con- tainers. Lunch is included in the $40 reg- istration fee. Registration must be received by April 22. For reservation information call the NDSU Extension Service/ Grand Forks County at 780-8229 or forkscountyextension/. Pride of Dak0ta directory available BISMARCK, N.D..- The largest-ever Pride of Dakota Mem- ber Directory is now available fiom the North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA). "With more than 100 pages, the 2013 directory reflects the contin- uing growth in the Pride of Dakota program," said Agriculture Com- missioner Doug Goehring. "It is your guide to wide range of high quality, North Dakota-made prod- ucts, such as foods and condiments, girl and decorative items, record- ings and more." Each company listing in the di- rectory includes the company name, contact person, street and mailing addresses, phone number, e-mail address and website, as well as brief descriptions of the com- pany's products. Many companies have also included pictures of their products Or logos. Free copies of the Pride of Dakota 2013 Membership Direc- tory are available by calling NDDA at (800) 242-7535. Copies can also be ordered through the NDDA website at lication-request-form. Administered by NDDA's Mar- keting and Information Division, the Pride of Dakota program pro- vides member companies with co- operative marketing and promo- tional events, such as in-store demonstrations, Pride of Dakota Day, the Holiday Showcases and Harvest Showcases. The program ' also provides educational opportu- nities and representation at re- gional, national and international marketing expositions. More than 500 companies are Pride of Dakota members. Your Prom Specialists offerin 8 hair, airbrushed makeup, all nail services and Infinity Sun Spray Tans. Hurry and call 284-6811 to make your appointment, sffots are filling fast. 420 Briggs Ave S- Park River Local Gifl Card ,/ I (with 12 month lease signing )  _ l BrApts _ _ "'*" I Park Court Apts- Park River '". ::!  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