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JUNE 19, 2.O1 3 THE PRESS PAGE 3 We've got your summer needs at G,UAFTON DUUG :;:)"- tFg r uSUmj:rnfn )udO n fo?:dt -,,._. g P . . Also, check your first aid kit, .... and resupply from our large : selection of over-the- counter remedies & supplies.  Walsh County A I_ Spotlight /h The merchants below are / proud to announce: / q-H E00mQN Rwue, HARK KIVER 4-H Fashion Revue to take place Tuesday, June 25 at the Park River City Hall. Public Revue begins at 1:00 p.m. Clothing Revue entries from Walsh County 4-H'ers will include categories for Buy & Show, Sew & Show, and Decorate Your Duds. Buy & Show participants purchase or recycle a major item of clothing, which relates to a wardrobe plan. Sew & Show participants construct half or more of clothing that is modeled. Decorate Your Duds participants create embellishments for a garment or accessory. The public is invited to attend the public review. 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With countless ways to prepare and use it, here are a few recipes Rhubarb Spice Cake 2 C. flour • 1/2 C. margarine, softened • 1Ό C. sugar • 2 eggs, beaten • 1 tsp. soda • 1/3 C. milk • 1 tsp salt • 2 to 3 C. chopped rhubarb • Ό cloves Mix the margarine, sugar, and salt to a creamyqike mixture. Add the eggs and milk. Mix well. Mix flour, soda, clove, and rhubarb, add all ingredients together. Put into a greased or oil sprayed 9x13 inch pan. Sprinkle with these toppings: ½ C. brown sugar • 1 tsp. cinnamon • 213 C. flour • Ό Tbs. Butter Mix well together and sprinkle over cake. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. Rhubarb Cake ½ C. butter • 1 tsp. vanilla • 1½ C. brown sugar • 1 tsp. soda • 1 egg • 2 C. sifted flour • 1 C. sour milk • ½ tsp. salt • 2 C. rhubarb, cut up Cream butter and brown sugar; add egg, pour milk, vanilla, and salt. Sift together flour and soda. Put over cut-up rhubarb and mix into butter mixture, stirring until well blended. Bake at 350 degrees 35 to 40 minutes. Rhubarb Bundt Cake ½ C. margarine • 1 C. white sugar • ½ C. brown sugar • I egg • 2½ C. flour • 1 tsp. soda • 1 tsp. salt • 1 C. buttermilk • 2 C. finely cut rhubarb • ½ C. chopped nuts • I tsp. vanilla Topping: ½ C. sugar • 1 tsp. vanilla In a large bowl, cream margarine and sugar. Add egg. Sift together dry ingredients and add alternately with buttermilk. Add rhubarb, nuts, and vanilla. Blend ½ C. sugar with the cinnamon Sprinkle haft into greased 12 C. Bundt pan. Spoon in batter; sprinkle with remaining cinnamon-sugar mixture. Bake at 250 degrees 45 to 50 minutes or until cake tests done. Cool on rack 15 minutes before removing cake from pan. Rhubarb Muffins 11/, C. brown sugar • ½ C. salad oil • i egg • 2 tsp. vanilla • 1 C. buttermilk • 1½ C. rhubarb, (Ό inch thick cubes) • 2½ C. flour • 1 tsp. soda • 1 tsp. baking powder • Topping: 1 tsp. cinnamon • ½ C. sugar • 1 Tbs. Melted butter Mix liquid ingredients with brown sugar and egg. Add baking powder and soda. Add flour. After mixed well, add rhubarb. Pour into paper-cupcake liners; fill 2/3 full. This makes 20 muffins. Bake at 375 degrees for 20"25 minutes. Until next time, "Dell" American Legmn, Auxilmry, Sons to gather at 95th annual Department Convention FARGO, N.D. -- Over 400 will host a banquet Saturday members of the North Dakota evening with National Corn- American Legion, its Auxiliary, mander James E. Koutz as the ban- and the Sons of The American Le- quet speaker. The banquet will be glen will gather in Williston, ND followed by a dance with music by for the 95th Annual Department the American Legion State Band Convention beginning Friday, musicians June 28th, with activities taking Sunday'moming activities will place at the Williston Airport In- begin with the Joint Memorial temational Inn. The Representa- tives from the 215 American Le- gion Posts across the state will be on hand as the Legionnaires, Sons of The American Legion, and Auxiliary members conduct the of- Service. Immediately following the service the Convention will honor several youth champions from the past year. The business sessions will con- clude Sunday with the election and ficial business of the state's largest installation of the new 2013-2014 veterans' organization. Conven- tion registration will begin at officers for Department Com- 10:00am on Friday at the Airport mander and Department Com- International Inn, which will serve mander-Elect as the highlight. as the Convention Headquarters Eugene Kachena of Pisek, ND is Hotel. A Joint Opening Session will begin at 7:30pm Friday. Depart- ment Commander Dave Rice, Harwood, ND and Auxiliary Pres- ident Linda Juntunen, Rolla, ND seeking the position of ND De- partment Commander, while Dale Roth of the Elgin, ND and Don Weibie of Wilton, ND both are seeking the 2013-2014 Department Commander-Elect position. The Park River Park District is seeking a motivated community member to complete our Board of Directors. ,' interested, R 1,,._41 " please contact Kyle Halvorson  We have a very attractive and outgoing man who i looking • for a match. His name is Brant and he is 36 years old in excellent shape with a beautiful personafity He is a really outgoing and social person who laughs at everything and can always keep you smiling He loves animals and has a dog named Jake. He has no children and has never been married, Brant is very close with his family and hopes to find a woman who is family orientated and likes to ocialize. Brant travels around the wodd and is a professional water skier. He is in great shape and really values his health. He loves the water and would love to teach his partner new things. He wants to find someone who he can travel and explore new things with• Brant is university educated and is a very intelligent man and hardworking. He has been working hard his whole life. He is looking for a match now and if you are interested please email me! m FREE TO REPLY I FEES PAID FOR BY MALE CLIENT It  1-888-916-28241 matchmakers@tells.net I www, selectintroductions.eom Select Introductions INC I Relationship Professionals Emily Laaveg joins the staff at the Walsh (:omnty Press By Allison Olimb II of The Press l PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The lat- 1 est intern to take on the Walsh I I County Press is Emily Laaveg. She  has earned the 2013 North Dakota  Newspaper Association Education Foundation D.J. Shults Summer High School Internship offered through the Press. Emily, J 5; wilt be a sophomore at Park Ri/er High Sch001 this fall. She said that she isn't yet sure where her career path will go fol- lowing high school, but she want- ed to apply for the summer position to see what it would be like and to have something to keep busy with over the summer. Her favorite subjects in school are math and English. She said she re- ally enjoys English because she re- ally enjoys books. While she said it is hard to pick a favorite, one of her current recommendations is "The Fault in our Stars" by John Green. She also is involved in a number of extracurricular activities includ- ing: theater, basketball, lxack and field, softball, 4-H, band, and cho- rus. She will bcinvolved in a num- ber of different aspects of the paper Photo: Larry Biri throughout the summer including, writing, advertising, design, social media, and office work. So far she said that what she en- joys the most is "learning about the paper." Emily is the daughter of Wayne- and Tracy Laaveg of Park River. Fordville Woman raising money for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Team in Training FORDVILLE, N.D. -- Meganne Masko of Fordville is working with Leukemia and Lym- phoma Society Team in Training to raise funds for the LLS while preparing to run the Nike San Fran- cisco Women's Marathon in honor of her grandmother, Irma Boben- house. "Little Grandma" (as she is known by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren) has lived with Hodgkin lymphoma for 10 years. In support of her fundraising efforts, Meganne will be perform- ;: ing at the Sidetrack Bar and Grill in the tmcontrolled growth of cells with related functions and origins. The diseases result from an acquired ge- netic injury to the DNA of a single cell, which becomes abnormal (ma- lignant) and multiplies continuous- ly. The accumulfftion of malignant cells interferes with the body's pro- duction of healthy blood cells and makes the body unable to protect it- se!fagainst infection. An estimated 137,260 people in the United States will be diagnoses with leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma this year. Donations for the "Leukemia FordyJln . PVdtayi ., !IW2  , " t' 9d" lr t(. W/''eam In from 9.; .0. l l:0J3prn_Do0n .apns Will - _. g can be _rn. 1 tqVlegatme beaCeibtedbefore;lurin’.'atld'a.- , %4askd, PC Bo l6;'Fordville, tcrtlc.tShialflt, D,8917. Mcrariaa)'a%Cd donate ing The Mosquito Virtual 5K. you online by visiting can register online for the virtual 5K http://tinyurl.com/MaskoTeamIn by visiting http://tinyurl.com/Mos- Trainingl 3. quitoVirtual-5K:-' l l '  '--  :l j ' Please email IQeganne at megan- Leukemia, lyrfiphoma, and nekrn_asko@gTfiaNn,br call her myeloma arecancers that originate at (319) 594-0739 for more infer- in the bone marrow and lymphatic mation about her efforts on behalt tissues. They are considered to be re- of the Leukemia and Lymphoma lated cancers because they involve Society Team In Training. Drayton plans July alumni banquet DRAYTON, N.D. -- Drayton ni and their guests are invited. If you Alumni Association's annual alum- ni banquet is scheduled for Friday, July 19 at Hastings Landing Restau- rant in Drayton, ND beginning at 6:30 pm. Honored will be the Classes of 2013 and 1963; all alum- can't find a sitter, please bring your youngsters along. Cost is $I3.00 plus alumni dues includes dessert and beverage. For more informa- tion, call Barbie Steenerson, '87 at 701-520-0913. [ t,_400G,ooA .x-.,4 sa.mantan {..J Ocicz" 2.,. Happenings at Our / Good Samaritan Moniea Simon ADC We are really enjoyg the rice weather andwatching our flowers and plants grow. June has been a busy month as we celebrated our June Birthdays with the ladies of I st Lutheran Church of Hoople. They provided a delicious lunch serving cake and ice cream and we played dollar bingo. Wednesday afternoon we went to Edinburg and attended Ladies Aid, again a delicious lunch was served and a wonderful program was provided. The Mennonite Singers sang for us on Friday evening. We have been busy with regular activities here at the center also as we have daily devotions, exercises, nail's time. Baking, bus rides, gardening, Bible Study with Jeane.en McMillan, hymn sings, storytime, Rosary with Shirley Sobolik, b'mgo, Trivia and much more. Volunteers for the week were Lois Ydstie, Lorene Larson, Rev. David Hinrichs, Sue Faggerholt and Corrine Ramsey. Accompanists were Mary Seim, Jan Novak and Monica Simon. Sunday Worship services were led bu Rev. Byron Cox. We look forward to our Auxiliary Program June 27 which will be hosted bu the Bethel Baptist Church of Park River. Start or renew our I ]Don't Miss An ]issue ' : , (;q evie. subscription tod W! In-County- :4 ': J! toof-County ='8 ..,', ! Out-of-State : $4  p.o.,o00 Your Hometown Paper in the Heart of Wal!