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................ .. . • . .. ' MAY 9, 2_012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Park River's L Icyl:!c__00_00!er New Showing: Iron Man, Capitan America, Hulk, Thor, and others team up in this superhero film, based on the Marvel comic books, to battle evil. Friday, May 11- Satlinlag lily 12, 711m Friday, Jay 18 - SatllnlaE May 18, 71m The first five people in the door will receive free popcorn! Jk ' Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, Park River mk, mul • jlleMe U IIimer Thursday, May 17 4:30-7:00pm Adults: $10 Children 7 & under: $5 Norwegian Meatballs o Sweet Soup oLefse oRommegrot Sill • 5morrebrod • Norwegian Baked Goods f'o m. 'ow delivery cab 284-6197 L:he- out orders available COUNTY ESS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 • t'tJ .%l111:lrlEdll (j..) .%i )cic Park River / 301 County Road 12B / 284-7115 ] I  Park River Implement i i 284-631 6 , "' 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 Yalu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! | | ] Advertise in The Press today II ! ! I wcpadvertising@gInail.eom , ! ! L  Dining with Dell -by Adele Hankey I love to hear from people who request recipes for my column. A lady asked for some dumpling recipes as her husband Darrell liked them, with a thank you to her here are some recipes. Potato Dumplings 2 cups mashed potatoes • 1 egg beaten • 1/2 tsp. salt • 1/8 tsp. nutmeg • 1/8 tsp. pepper • 2 Tbsp. chopped parsley Combine all ingredients except parsley; mix thoroughly. drop dumplings into vegetable soup, stew meat, broth, whatever, cook and cover for 10 minutes. DO NOT REMOVE the cover. Just before serving sprinkle with parsley. Feathery Light Dumplings I cup sifted flour • 1/2 tsp. baking powder • 1/2 tsp. salt • 2 Tbsp. margarine • 1/3 cup milk • 1 egg beaten Sift together flour, baking powder, and salt. Cut in margarine, mixing until crumbly. Pour in milk, add egg. Mix only until flour is dampened (Dough should be lumpy.) Drop by spoonfuls on top of meat, fruit or any mixture. Cover tightly and cook for 10 minutes. DO NOT LIFT THE COVER. **(If you double the recipe.) Increase the milk to 3/4 cup just the one egg but double all other ingredients. Dessert Dumplings Make feathery light dumplings, adding 3 Tbsp. sugar to dry ingredients. Drop on simmering fruit-like apples, peaches, berries etc. A cup of juice added to your fruit, and simmer 3 minutes before adding dumplings. 1 tsp. vanilla may be added if desired. (many variations can be added) • **Dumplings Variations: like whole wheat dumplings. Decrease flour to 2/3 cup, add 1/3 cup whole or graham flour before cutting in the flour. • **Cheese Dumplings-add 1/2 cup grated cheese to the flour-shortening mixture. Good when cheese is added to vegetable soup mixture. "Until next time" Dell Walsh Winners 4-H By Katia Kjelland PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Walsh winners 4-H club held their April meeting at the Park River city hall. The meeting was called to order by president Jett Peterka. After the business meeting, leaders Anna and Megan Ramsey lead practice for news the 4-H Variety show. We will practice one more time before the variety show. The next meeting will be planned by the Peterkas with the date and time to be announced. Editor  Note: Kjelland is reporter for the Ddsh Winners 4- H club. FCHC delivery of local health care. Corn-' pleting the survey takes about 10 - 15 minutes. "We are counting on your feed- back to assist us in determining how we can best meet your health- care needs and epectations." said First Care Health Center Adminis- trator Louise Dryburgh. A periodic community needs assessment is one of the new re- quirements of health care reform laws. The new regulations require FROM PAGE 1 .... non-profit hospitals such as First Care Health Center to assess the community's health needs period- ically. The cost of the survey is covered by the Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility (FLEX) Grant Program, a project of the Center for Rural Health. The FLEX Pro- gram is a state-based partnership that works with and assists all rural hospitals to stabilize and sustain their local health care infrastruc- ture. BLOOD DRIVE FROM PAGE 1 friend the gift of life. The blood drive comes at a crit- ical time. Blood can be stored for only 42 days and the blood that is donated now will save the lives of patients who are in the hospital or receiving medical treatments this spring. "There is nothing you can do that is more special then do help save someone else's life." Rich Larcombe of United Blood Serv- ices asked. "Generally, most healthy peo- ple over 16 may donate," Rich Lar- combe from United Blood Serv- ices explained. "There are numerous people who do not real- ize they are qualified to donate. People who are taking medications that regulate the body, such as over- the-counter medications, vitamins, hormone replacements, diet pills, high blood pressure, cholesterol medications, antibiotics for acne, or medications for diabetes CAN and SHOULD donate." To make an appointment to do- nate at the Adams-Edmore spring blood drive, on Thursday, May 10th please contact AEHS at 664- 2282. The blood drive is facilitated by United Blood Services, and sponsored by the Adams-Edmore High School Student Council. Walk-ins are always welcome and needed. Wedding Announcement Geiken - Bata Emily Geiken and Nick Bataof Shakoped, Minn., were married Nov. 5, 2011 at St. Mary's Catholic Church Sioux Falls, S.D. Parents are John and Jeanne Geiken, and Mike and Cheri Bata, all Sioux Falls, S.D. Grandparents are Laddie &Vi Bata of Park River; the late Dale & Alexa Swartz of Lankin. Emily works in human resources at Best Buy Corporate in Minneapolis. Nick works as a regional account director for Systems Integration Solutions in Minne___a_polis. The couple will residue in Sha-kopee, Minn. Off-Highway Vehicle Youth Safety Courses scheduled CAVALIER, N.D. -- The North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department is scheduling Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Youth Safety Courses in the upcoming months. Youth ages 12 and older who do not possess a valid driver's license must attend an OHV class and pass a written exam in order to legally operate a OHV on any land not owned or leased by the child's parent or guardian. Pre-registration is required and can be ,made .by calling the Registration Hotline at 701-328-5348. A $20 fee is charged for the classroom course. Hands-on classes have a maximum of 12 students and all participants must pre-register. Students may bring their own ATV (no dirt bikes) but it must be of proper size for the rider and no larger than 125 cc. If unable to bring personal ATV for the class, there will be machines available for use. Gear needed for the class includes: long pants, long sleeve shirt, over the ankle boots, gloves, and proper fitting helmet with goggles or face shield. There is a $30 charge for these courses. An area class is scheduled classes for July 2 at the Cavalier School from l0 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (Hands-on class). Additional classes will be held throughout North Dakota. Information on upcoming classes can be found on the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department's website, http://www. ndar.html For more information call the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department at 701- 328-5357. F1licke00nrail GiMb S00a00be Crystal American Legion Auxiliary selects Girls State delegate CRYSTAL, N.D. -- The Crys- tal American Legion Auxiliary No. 107 recently selected Bridget Fo- erster to attend Flickertail Girls State. Bridget is the daughter of Matt & Shanna Foerster and grand- daughter ofGene & Barbara Foer- ster-Estad. Girls State will be held June 10- 15 at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. is all girls Membership open to who are h{gh school juniors. Bridget is sponsored by the Crystal American Legion Auxil- iary. we're throwing a swinging bash in Your neig ARK IliVEll Ill .+ II l/lllltll L MEET A I SPECIAL m YS TER Y GUEST