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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2015 Page 3 Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: Retirement open house for Bill Galloway and Sheldon Weltz on Wednesday, May 13th from 3:30 - 5:00 in the Park River Area School Alumni Room. Interested ight Contact the Press sponsc at 701-284-6333 nlng -by Adele Hankey The month of May is one of the best times to plant a garden and often a patch of rhubarb is in the comer of it is a garden is in the same spot each year. We depend on "Mother Nature" each year after long cold days, for the taste of fresh rhubarb and asparagus. Therefore recipes of such will be shared with you. Upside Down Rhubarb Cake 2 to 3 C. rhubarb, cut up 3/4 C. sugar 2 eggs, beaten 1 C. sugar 1/4 tsp. salt 1 C. cake flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1/2 C. hot milk 2 Tbsp. butter 1/2 tsp. vanilla In a big mold, coat with melted butter, well. Add the rhubarb, add sugar, the 3/4 C. set aside sugar. Add the dry ingredients, add the milk butter, and mix well, When smooth, add to rhubarb and bake 30 minutes at 300 degrees. Invert on a large plate or platter. Serve with whipped cream or cool whip. Rhubarb Custard Pie 4 C. rhubarb, cut up 2 C. sugar 1/4 C. flour 1/4 tsp. nutmeg 3 Tbsp. milk 3 eggs, beaten Put cut-up rhubarb in a bowl. Mix rest of ingredients and pour over rhubarb. Put into unbaked pie shell, 9x 13 inch. Dot with butter and bake at 410 degrees for 55 minutes. Orange Rhubarb Pie 1/3 C. cake flour 3 Tbsp. grated orange rind 4 C. rhubarb, cut-up 1 C. sugar 1 tsp. salt Double pie shell Combine all ingredients. Put in a 9 inch pie pan, uncooked pie crust. Cover with top crust: cut slits for ventilation. Bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes, reduce the heat to 350 de ees and bake for 45 minutes. Rhubarb Crunch 1 C. flour 1 C. oatmeal 1/4 C. butter, melted 4 C. rhubarb, cut-up 1 C. sugar 2 Tbsp cornstarch 1 C. water 1 tsp vanilla Mix flour, brown sugar, oatmeal and melted butter until crumbly. Cut 4 C. rhubarb. Bring to a boil the sugar, cornstarch, water and vanilla. Press half of crumb mixture in bottom of 8 inch square pan. Add the rhubarb evenly. Boil boiled liquid over rhubarb. Top with remaining crumbs. Bake at 350 degrees lbr I hour. Serve with whipped cream. * I like this with Dairy Queen Until next time, "Dell" By Jim Miller e PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Blood "Comlnunities like Park River drive coordinator Aaron make a regional blood program Schramm, Jessica Greciar, and work. People volunteer todonate the National Honor Society have when there has been a well or- sponsored another very success- ganized campaign, informing the ful blood drive. The drive held in public of the need for blood." Park River on April 1st saw 59 The National Honor Society people volunteer to donate blood was also responsible for register- and 47 were able to give. Four- ing donors and providing refresh- teen people gave blood on the au- ments. Space to hold the drive tomated 2RBC machine which was provided by Park River High collects two units of red blood School. cells during the donation, so a On behalf of the patients who total of 61 products were col- benefited, United Blood Services lected. Eighteen people gave appreciates all the thoughtthl blood for the first time. people who volunteered to help According to, Rob Miller Sell- others by giving of themselves. ior Donor Recruitment Represen- Blood is for sharing; you have tative for United Blood Services, truly given the "Gift of Life." P a r k R i ve r Dear Savvy Senior. identify the symptoms. What are the ,wmptoms of a F (Face): Ask the person to COUNTY PC Box 49 stroke? Mv 66-vear-oM aunt had a smile. Does one side of the face stroke a./ew months ago and neither droop? she nor mv uncle had a chw it was A (Ann): Ask the person to raise happening, both arms. Does one arm drift })'~[[~ ~'')~-- ~;--]~i; "~'~::' ParkRtver ::. : Concerned Relai, e ownward? , I.J. Xl ili;t ; S afitan 301 County Road 12B Dea Coneemed, a simple sentence. Is their speech "C~ SOClCtV" Unfortunately, most Americans slurred'? 284-7115 don't know the signs of a stroke, but T (Time): Ifyou observe any of they need to. Stroke is the fifth lead- these signs of stroke, call 911. ing cause of death in the United AUTO PARTS Park River Implement ,284-6316 Park River - 284-7244 Adams - 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan~ 259-2112 Hoop-le,~J894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! |all "Where Quality is Standard" RESIDENTIAL & CONIMERCIAL NEw WoRK OR REMODEL EMERGENCY SERVICE AVAILABLE 701 -33 l-1579 Scott Wedel, Owner saelectric. 14@g mail .com 6625145 Ave. NE 6ralton, ND States and the No. 1 cause of dis- To help you remember the signs, ability. Being able to recognize a the American Stroke Association has stroke and getting to the hospital a free "Spot a Stroke FAST" app quickly can make a huge difference (see strokeassociation.org) that you in reducing its potentially devastat- can download on your smartphone ing effects. Here are some tips that or mobile device. Or, visit the Na- help you recognize a stroke, and tional Stroke Association at what you should do if it happens to stroke.org and print their "Act you or your loved one. FAST" wallet card to keep as a re- minder. Types of Stroke According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every year more than 795,000 peo- in the United States have a stroke -three-quarters of which are over the age of 65. A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries blood to the brain is suddenly blocked by a clot (ischemic stroke), or burst (hemorrhagic stroke), caus- ing parts of the brain to become damaged or die. About 87 percent of all strokes are ischemic. Depending on the severity of the brain damage, strokes can cause mild to severe disabilities including paralysis, loss of speech, vision and memory, along with other health and emotional issues, and death. Stroke Signs Because stroke injures the brain, the person having a stroke may not realize it. Stroke victims have the best chance if someone around them recognizes the symptoms and acts quickly. The five most cormnon symptoms include: Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, ann, or leg, especially on one side of the body. Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding. Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes. Sudden trouble walking, dizzi- ness, loss of balance or coordination. Sudden, severe headache with no known cause. The easiest way to identify a stroke is to use the F.A.S.T. test to Act Quickly Remember that stroke is a med- ical emergency and every minute counts. Even if you're not sure a stroke is happening, call 911 any- way. The longer blood flow is cut off to the brain, the greater the damage. Immediate treatment can save a person's life and improve their chances for a successful recovery. Ischemic strokes are treated with a drag called t-PA that dissolves the blood clots that block the blood flow to the brain. The window of oppor- tunity to start treating a stroke is three hours. But to be evaluated and re- ceive treatment, patients need to get to the hospital within 60 minutes. If you have a choice, wait for the paramedics rather than driving the patient yourself. Patients who are transported by EMS are evaluated and treated much quicker than peo- ple who are driven in. And, of course, don't drive if you are the one having a stroke. It's also very important that you call 911 even if symptoms go away. When symptoms of stroke disappear on their own after a few minutes, a "mini-stroke" or transient ischemic attack (T1A) may have occurred which is a warning that a major stroke may be coming. That's why mini-strokes need to be treated like emergences too. Send.your senior questiorL; to: Sa~y Senior. P.O. Box 5443, Nommn, OK 73070, or ~vit Sm%,- Sen/onorg. Jim Miller i~ a contrilrutor to the NBC Today show and author of "The Sav*y Senior" book PARK RIVER, N.D. -- For- Grand Forks, ND and Laura (Joe) mer State Senator, Harvey Tal- Shoults, Maple Grove, MN. lackson will celebrate his 90th Senator Tallackson served 32 Birthday. years in the ND Senate; he was a Senator Harvey and Glenna director on Nodak Electric Co-op Tallackson's five children will board and the Minkota Power host an open house on Sunday, board. He was very active in the May 17 at the Park River Kens- Grafton and Park River area and ington Place, from 2 to 4 pm. Their children are Lynda (Gary) in the Sate on National Politics. Ackert, Shoreview, MN; Thomas Harvey and Glenna moved off (Diane) Tallackson, Lino Lakes, the family farm where they MN; Debra (Steve) Wilhehn, farmed for 70 years. They now Aloha, OR; Amy (Dale) Elbert, make their home in Park River. Let us help share your excitement. Charges apply for open house invitations. May14th (Loretta McLaughlin) SUNSHINE KIDS CENTER thanks all who attended our Easter Carnival fundraiser and the following businesses for their donations Bronze Status-S25 Dundee Mutual Ins. Co. First United Insurance Agency Hall Currie Lawyers Lifetime Dental Midgarden Family Clinic Northern Aircraft Service Sobolik Construction Valley Sprayers Inc Silver Status- $50 CHS First Care Health Center Jims Super Valu Leon's Building Ctr Northern Plains Railroad Polar Communcations Samson Electric Tollefson Funeral Home Gold Status- $100+ ,Brandon & Sally Larson First United Bank Grafton Drug Hankey Seed Co. Heartland Eye Care Park River Municipal Utilities Praire Appraisal Service Ridge Runners Snowmobile Club Walsh Grain Terminal Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River Dental Office - Donation of Bikes for Egg Hunt Grand Prizes Prizes Donated by Prairie Ag Consulting, Inc. and Jeff & Tami Daley Also Dan Stenvold for Donation of the Power Quad toy for our raffle :fundraiser Vaya Stark was the winner. Your Professional Prescription Service We offer Mail-Out Prescriptions, Delivery Service. Blood Pressure Screening. Photo Kiosk, 10% off Sr. Citizen Discount. Zoovio Video Dealer, Gifts. Hallmark Cards. Drive-up Window Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River 701-284-7676 Drayton Drug Drayton 701-454-3831