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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2015 Page 3 Waish County Spotlight The merchants below are / / ] proud to announce: 1 9 100th Birthday Open House celebration honoring Nettie Greicar will be held on Sunday, June 14 from 2 to 4 pm at St John Nepomucene Church in Pisek, ND. Interested in a s spon Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 Park River S antan 301 County Road 12B -= 284-7115 AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 UNITeO & Insurence Park River - 284-7244 Adams - 944-2231 Grafton - 352-3668 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Hoople - 894-6123 Crystal - 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! I "Where Quality is Standard" RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL NEW WORK OR REMODEL EMERGENCY SERVICE AVAILABLE Call 701 -33 I - 1579 Scott Wedel, Owner saelectric 14@gmail com 6625145 Ave. NE 6raflon, ND -by Adele Hankey Paging back to the recipes I have written, it is four months that I have had cookie recipes in my column. I do know people love them with a cup of tea or coffee for an atemoon snack; therefore, cookies are the answer for this column. Oatmeal Cookies 1/4 c. margarine, softened 2 eggs, beaten 1 1/4 C. sugar 1/3 C. molasses 1/2 tsp. almond extract 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1 tsp. vanilla 2 1/2 C. tom 1 tsp. soda 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. cinnamon 1/8 tsp. ginger 1 C. raisins 2 C. oatmeal Mix the first seven ingredients until all is blended well. Stir dry ingredients together, and then add to the first mixture. When these two are mixed thoroughly, add the raisins and oatmeal, stirring well. Drop by teaspoonful on a cookie sheet and bake at 400 degrees for 8 - 10 minntes. Lemon Whole Wheat Cookies 1 c. flour 1 C. whole wheat flour 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder 2/3. C. margarine 1/2 tsp. salt 1 C. brown sugar, packed 1 egg 3 Tbsp. lemon juice 1 Tbsp. grated lemon peel Stir together two flours, baking soda and salt. Crrme margarine and brown sugar until light and fluffy. Beat the egg, lemon juice and lemon peel. Add flour mixture, blending thoroughly. Drop by teaspoon 2 inches apart on greased baking sheet, press them with a fork. Bake at 375 degrees for 8 - 10 minutes or until a golden brown. Orange Bran Flake Cookies 2 C. flour 2 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. salt 2/3 C. margarine 1 C. sugar 4 tsp. grated orange peel 2 eggs 1/4 C. orange juice 3 C. raisin bran flakes Stir together flour, baking powder and salt. Crrme margarine with sugar and beat in orange peel and eggs. Stir flour mixture and orange juice into creamed mixture. Fold in bran flakes. Drop by rounded teaspoonfuls 2 inches on a greased cookie sheet. Press with a fork. Bake at 350 degrees until lightly browned. This makes 2 1/2 dozen cookies. Gumdrop Cookies 1 C. butter, softened 1 C. brown sugar packed 1 C. white sugar 2 eggs 1/2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. vanilla 1 scant C. coconut 2 C. oatmeal 2 tsp. soda I tsp. baking powder 1 C. gumdrops, cut-up Crrme the butter and sugars. Add the eggs, salt and vanilla, mixing well, Add the rest of ingredieuts, mixing thoroughly. Drop by teaspoon on cookie sheet. Bake at 400 degrees until light brown. This recipe makes 6 dozen. Until next time, "Dell" By Jim Miller Dear Savk ; Seniol; Can you offer me any tips on choosing a home blood pressule monitor? ljustJbund out l have high blood pressure, and my doctor tom me I need a monitorJbr the house so I can keep an eye on it. Shopping A round Dear Shopping, Almost everyone with high blood pressure or prehypertension should have a home blood pressure monitor. Home monitoring can help you keep tabs on your blood pressure in a comfortable setting. Plus, if you're taking medication it will make certain it's working, and alert you to a health problem if it arises. Here are some tips to help you choose a good monitor. Types of Monitors The two most popular types of home blood pressure monitors on the market today are (electric and/or battery powered) automatic ann monitops, and automatic wrist mon- itors. With an automatic ann monitor, you simply wrap the cuff around your bicep and with the push of one button the cuff inflates and de- flates automatically giving you your blood pressure reading on the display window in a matter of sec- onds. Wrist monitors work similarly, except they attach to the wrist. Wrist monitors are also smaller in size and a bit more comfortable to use than the arm monitors, but they tend to be a little less accurate. :~, To help you choose the best monitor for you, here are several things you need to check into: Fit: Using a cuff that's the wrong size can result in a bad reading. Most arm models have two sizes or an adjustable cuffthat fits most peo ple. Make sure your choice fits the circumference of your upper ann. Accuracy: Check the packaging to make sure the monitor has been independently tested and validated for accuracy and reliability. You can see a list of validated monitors at dableducational.org. Ease of use: Be sure the display on the monitor is easy to read and understand, and that the buttons are big enough. The directions for ap- plying the cuff and operating the monitor should be clear. Extra features: Many monitors come with additional features such as irregular heartbeat detection that checks for arrhythmias and other ab- normalities; a risk category indica- tor that tells you whether your blood pressure is in the high range; a data-averaging function that al- lows you to take multiple readings and get an overall average; multi- ple user memory that allows two or more users to save previous read- ings; and computer connections so you can download the data to your computer. Portability: If you plan to take your monitor with you while trav- eling, look for one with a carrying Sago, C0nt page 5 Photos: Submitted Top: (L to R) Courlney Shirek, Grace Johnson Bottom: Jessica Johnson, and Julia Johnson PARK RIVER; N.D. -- Four pi- the daughters of Russell and Barb ano students have recently corn- Johnson of Park River. Each student pleted Piano Guild Auditions which prepared and played a ten piece were held in Grand Forks on May memorized program for a profes- 7, 2015. These Piano GuildAudi- sional adjudicator and received a tions were sponsored by the Amer- gold pin, a report card, and a trophy. ican College of Musicians, Austin, The fbur girls are piano students of Texas. Sheryl Kjelland. The students are Courtney Throughout the United States Shirek, Grace Johnson, Jessica and abroad, more than 100,000 pi- Johnson, and Julia Johnson. Court- ano pupils will participate in the an- hey Shirek, a freshman, is the nualNationalPiano-PlayingAudi- daughter of Tom and Tam Shirek of tions which are held in over 880 au- Park River. Grace Johnson, a sixth dition centers. The Piano Guild was grader, and Jessica Johnson, asoph- established in 1929 it Abilene, omore, and Julia, a sophomore are Texas. ) GRAFTON, N.D. -- The Do- the Domestic Violence and Abuse mestic Violence and Abuse Center Center in Grafton, ND. We will be in Grafton is seeking volunteers to discussing all the factors that come assist in planning DVAC's 4th an- together to make the event suc- nual fundraiser, the Tri-County cessful: vendors, food, silent auc- Women's E.xpo. tion and domestic violence educa- DVAC is looking to utilize the tal- tion and awareness. ented people in our communities to If you are interested in partici- make this year's Expo bigger and pating, please contact Janelle Davis better than last year! at the Domestic Violence andAbuse The kick-offmeeting will be on Center at 701-352-4422 or by email Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 6 p.m. at at Janelle@dvacnd. org. WOLFORD, N.D. -- The Dale and Martha Hawk Museum 26th annual Antique Farm Show will be held June 12-14, 2015. There will be parades all three days at 4 p.m. along with steam threshing, wood sawing, working blacksmith shop and lumber planing. This year's feature is any Ford tractor 1965 and older. Friday, June 12, is Senior Day with activities planned for anyone 60 years and older. Friday evening, there will be a variety show. Satur- day, June 13, at 11 a.m. Ryan Tay- lor, cowboy poet, will be at the Mylo Hall. Saturday evening at 7:30 will be a musical called "Life in a Small Town." There will be music all three days on stage next to Martha's Kitchen. Sunday, June 14, is Flag Day. Wear red, white and blue. There will be a flag folding program and .flag etiquette. Cake and lots of food will be served. Martha's Kitchen is open and Wol- ford Wildlife will have food. There is an ice cream parlor, pie social, a working donut machine, popcorn machine and lots of crafts and flea markets. Friday at 5:30 p.m. is a BBQ sup- per. Saturday at 5:30 p.m. is prime lib night. Sunday is fried chicken. Admission for three days is $10. Under 12 years of age is free. There is camping, restrooms and showers. Shuttle service is provid- ed. www.hawkmuseum.org REMINDER The City of Park River reminds residents and businesses to clean up their properties by removing inoperative & unlicensed vehicles and any other unnecessary junk, sweep stones, etc. from sidewalks, keep lawns mowed, and spray for dandelions and other unsightly weeds. Let's all chip in to make our community presentable for visitors and ourselves. Thank you for your cooperation and support. :i :71. - 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 !