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MAY 8, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Remember Mother's Day on 12th Walsh County // Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: PP00K 00jvo KI#D£g6AR00N KS00'TP.,4T00ON NtCar, HOOPIJE Valley-Edinburg School's PreK and Kindergarten Registration Night will be Wednesday, May 8 at 7pm in Hoople. Call the school if you have any questions at 894-6226. Interest,00d in becoming a spotlnght sponsor-., Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 ;H COUNTY SS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 ."L sa.maritan Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 [  Park River j Implement 284-631 6 [ #er Adams ~ 944-2231 UNITED Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan~ 259-2112 Bank&lnsurance Hoop-le 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 Park River ~ 284-7244 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Dining with Dell -by Adele Hankey When the weather has been cold like it has been, it seems soups and chilis are the answer to a good meal. Now with warmer weather, our menu changes to salads as a part of our meal. Many salads call for jell-o which makes it easy to make, like this salad called Jell-O-Delight l-large cool whip • 3 oz. pkg. lime jell-o • 16 oz. cottage cheese • 1/2 pkg. marshmallows • l-large can crushed pineapple Add dry jell-o to the cool whip, mix well them add rest of ingredients. Chill until set. BroccolilCauliflower Salad 6 or 8 slices bacon • I-C. mayonnaise • 1/3 C. sugar • i/3 C. vinegar • 6 C. flowerets of broccoli and cauliflower • i/2 C/ sunflower seeds • 1-carrot, shredded • 1/2 C. chopped red onion • i/2 C. raisins Fry the bacon and crumble: Place everything but the mayonnaise, sugar and vinegar in a large bowl. Make a dressing from the mayonnaise, sugar and vinegar and some bacon grease, add to the rest of the ingredients and mix thoroughly. Chill for 3-4 hours or preferably overnight. Toffee Apple Salad 1-instant box butterscotch pudding • I can pineapple tidbits with juice • 8 oz. whipped cream • 3-4 apples Mix pudding and whipped cream, add pineapple and juice. Cut apples into bite size. Let set 2 hours-enjoy! Cookie Salad 8 oz. box vanilla instant pudding • 8 oz. cool whip • 1 pkg. chocolate striped cookies • i can mandarin oranges Crush the cookies; save 1/2 C. for the top. Mix together all other ingredients and then top with the crumbs saved. Until next time "Dell" samaritan Happenings at Our Good Samaritan Monica Simon ADC May 12 Mayl3 May 14 May 16 May 17 Upcoming events: 3:00 Mother's Day Coffee 3:00 Casino games 3:30 ESP kids cupcake walk Style Show Lefse Making May 21 and 28 Bible Study with Jeanean McMillan May 21 and 28 Hymn Sing with Sheryl Cox National Nursing Home Week is May 12-18 We will keep you updated on special events that week. Thanks to all the people, who during my recent surgery, sent cards, gifts and flowers. Thanks, too, to those who called and visited. "Special" thanks to those who have brought in food. It is overwhelming and of such a tremendous help to us snce my surgery. Thanks to Dr. Keebalek, Dr. J. Johnson and the Home Health Nurses. What a service! Thanks to Pastor Johnson for visits and prayers. It's great to live in a small caring community. Your kindnesses will never be forgotten. God Bless you all Kay Alkofer [ "",SoS0000sva" 284-6433 hink S pring! Park River For all your dinner needs. ed: , ,G[eatgsf, or,Mothef 2 miles north of Hanging baskets, flower playjl .. vinm. dno.n#}}\\;t Park River on Hwy and grasses, wne-nped, 12 and 1/4 mile east tomatoes ready to tx IOj eI|lLi||"Jllllmum kTJ[o]l[itVAllill [ol![oll'T@l"ll!llitVl Located: [ ...... (9or 12 month lease) I. : :- *l Bedroom l; **ALL Utilities Paid . i *$300 a month and $300 deposit ard work or maintenance *No more y ]" Cd Katie @ 701-331-9515 I " l Professilmaly Malged by I . Plrie Homes Management I 1-888-893-9501 I "I'IPY 1-1366-6888 Every year during spring clean-up old car seats are set on the berm for disposal. As we know, people shop the berm for items, and your old car seat may end up being used by someone. Or maybe you sell your car seat on a rummage sale because you want it to go to good use. Should you be concerned that someone has picked up your old card seat? Yes, for the reasons listed below: • Car seats outdate. The rule is that no car seat should be used past 6 years of the date of manufacture stamped onto the car seat, or past the date listed on the car seat. Why is that important? Over time exposure to heat and cold may make the car seat less able to withstand a crash and function correctly. Plus, car seats are continually being studied and updated to assure that they will be the best protection for your child in a crash. A "free" car seat from the berm might seem to be a good deal until it fails to protect your child in a crash. • Has the seat been recalled? Many recalls of car seats have occurred over the past years. If you have an old seat you may not know if it has been recalled or not. ...... • Are there broken or missing parts? One small crack or a missing buckle could be enough to make the car seat unsafe. • Unknown history of the car seat? Was the seat in a crash? Even minor crashes can harm seats and make them unsafe. So, what can you do rather than place your old car seats on a berm, or on a rummage sale? Contact Walsh County Health District at 701- 352-5139 and we will assist you in getting your car seat disposed. Help protect all children in our county by disposing of used car seats properly. Sigurdson re-elected Vice President of Square Butte Electric Cooperative Board GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Paul Sigurdson, Edinburg, ND, was re-elected vice president of the board of directors of Square Butte Electric Cooperative at the cooperative's annual meeting held April 5, 2013. Sigurdson represents Nodak Electric Cooperative, Grand Forks, on the 11-member Square Butte board. Square Butte is a generation and transmission cooperative that sells wholesale power to Minnkota Power Cooperative, Inc., Grand Forks, and Minnesota Power, Duluth, MN. Square Butte..nd Minnkota share conmon mhnagement and are owned by the same 11 electric cooperatives in eastern North Dakota and northwestern Min- nesouii ' Mclaughlin re-elected to Minnkota Board GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Lee McLaughlin, Lankin, ND, has been re-elected to the Minnkota Power Cooperative, Inc., board of directors. The action came at the genera- tion and transmission coopera- tive's annual meeting held April 5, 2013. McLaughlin represents Nodak Electric Cooperative, Grand Forks, on the I 1,member Minnkota board. Minnkota provides electricity generation and transmission serv- nces to Nodak Electric Coopera- tive and 10 other distribution Dakota and northwestern Min- cooperatives in eastern North nesota. Statewide Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign kicks off May 20 BISMARCK, N.D. -- To in- crease seat belt use, law enforce- ment agencies throughout the state will be conducting overtime enforcement of seat belt laws dur- ing a statewide Click It or Ticket campaign, which will run Mon- day, May 20, through Sunday, June 2, 2013. The campaign is funded through the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT). After months of contending with wintery weather, things are starting to warm up in North Dakota. Between the lake and little league, camping weekends and cross-country treks, North Dakotans spend a lot of time be- hind the wheel in the spring and summer months, and law en- forcement are hoping to get mo- torists to warm up to a simple idea: buckle your seat belt each and every time you get in a vehi- cle. "The increased enforcement period isn't about issuing tick- ets," says Mark Nelson, NDDOT Safety Director. "It's about re- minding motorists that buckling up is the most effective way to protect yourself in a crash. It's about saving lives." Last year, 65 percent of traffic fatalities in North Dakota were unbelted. "Whether you're head- ing out on a cross-country road trip or just up the road," added Nelson, "buckling your seat belt is the easiest way to protect the lives of yourself and your pas- sengers in the event of a crash." For more information on other safe driving initiatives, please visit the North Dakota Depart- ment ofTransportation's website at Walsh County Press 284'6333