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JUNE 25, 2014 Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: I NIGERIAN BISHOP VISIT-The Tri-parishes of St. John Nepomucene of Pisek, St. Joseph's of Lankin & Sts. Peter & Paul of Bechyne will host the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Awka in Nigeria, Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor to our parish in Pisek on Wednesday, June 25th for a 6:00 PM Mass. Following Mass will be supper & social time. Bishop Ezeokafor is the Bnshop of the late Fr. Samuel Ezeibekwe. BishoP Ezeokafor would like to meet and visit with the parishioners and people that meant so very muc_h to.Fr. Samuel. Please feel free to join us for this honor of a Bishop from a Nigeria's visit. COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 l , , , , ~ ( ; ( . ~ l Park River: • .k OJJ • samaritan 301 County Road 12B S, icn .... '""'R"'" 284-7115 AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 .,,,, Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams 944-2231 [lll - - Grarton - 352-3668 IIlPIRST UNITED Michigan ~ 259-2112 Bank&lnsurance Hoop-le ~ 894 6123 __ __Crystal ~ 657-'2168 - Park River Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! PRESS PERSPECTIVES inln 'by Adele Hankey f Kids come in from playing outdoors and go straight to the cookie jar, not even asking, "Mother can I have a cookie?" Maybe that is why the cookie jar is empty. To me any kind of cookie is good. Here is a recipe that will make 5 dozen cookies, and they are good, you too will love them! Ginger Crinkles 213 C. oil" 1 C. sugar • 1 egg • 4 Tbsp. molasses • 2 C. flour • 2 tsp. soda • 1/2 tsp. salt • I tsp. cinnamon • 1/2 tsp. ginger • 1/2 tsp. cloves ° 1/4 C. sugar for dipping Mix all ingredients together thoroughly and roll into balls. Dip into sugar; press with bottom of glass and place on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes. Pineapple Drop Cookies 112 C. margarine • 1/2 C. brown sugar, packed • 1/2 C. white sugar • 112 C. crushed pineapple, drained • 2 C. flour, sifted • 1/2 tsp salt • 1/4 tsp. soda • 1 tsp. baking powder • 1/2 C. nuts, chopped ° 1 tsp. vanilla Cr me margarine and sugars thoroughly. Add pineapple and egg, mix well. Sift dry ingredients and add to creamed mixture• Blend in nuts and vanilla. Drip by tablespoon onto greased baking sheet. Bake at 424 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes or until lightly browned. Ranger Cookies 1 C. butter • 1 C. brown sugar • 1 C. white sugar ° 2 large eggs • 2 C. Rice Krispies ° 1 C. coconut • 2 C. rolled oats • 1 tsp. soda • 1 tsp. salt • 1 C. nuts, chopped • 1 C. raisins • 2 C. flour • 3 Tbsp. wheat germ • 1 tsp. vanilla Cr me butter and sugars. Add mix. Add Rice Krispies, coconut and rolled oats and mix. Add soda and salt to the flour, mix into cr me mixture. Add remaining ingredients. (If dough seems dry, add a little water) Drop by tablespoon on greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes. Lemon Cookies 6 egg yolks • 1 1/2 C. sugar • 2 C. milk • 1 C. Crisco • 6 Tbsp. baking powder ° 10 C. flour • 4 Tbsp. lemon flavoring Mix Crisco, sugar and egg yolks together. Add lemon flavoring, alternate dry ingredients with the milk. Knead a few minutes. Roll into 3 inch pieces and form into small snails. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Do not over bake. Until next time, "Dell" TEEN BY EMILY LAAVE6 INTERN, ~fALSH COUNTY PRESS £ I In celebration of the Smkh-Lever Act: Growing in leadership at EYC "I pledge my head to clearer thinking; my heart to greater loyalty; my hands to larger service; and my health to better living for my club, my community, my country, and my world." -The 4-H Pledge 4-H has obviously been in the news a lot lately because of the 100 an- niversary of the signing of the Smith-Lever act being this year, along with 100 years of Walsh County Fair. Because of these celebrations, the 4-H events throughout the country have been making efforts to make this year the best year ever. So far, most of the 4-H events that I have gone to have held up this standard. The most recent of which was the Extension Youth Conference last week at NDSU. EYC is hands down my favorite 4-H camp ever, partly because of the food, but mostly because of the overall experience. I love the fact that I can get to know other kids from all over the state and grow in leadership and become more involved with the largest youth development program in the nation that also has ties to 50 other countries throughout the world I may not be the best 4-H er in the nation, or even my county. I have, however joined myself to a program that definitely knows what they are doing. Through camps like EYC and National Conference, and the many extension agents throughout the country, the Smith-Lever act is still to this day teaching kids how to use their heads and make smart decisions, us- ing their hearts to stick with their loyalties and do what is right, use their hands to go out and be the doers that the world needs, and pledging them- selves to their communities through both the good days and the bad. PAGE 3 Baby girl born to Lindell family PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Elise Kate Lindell was born to Justin and Lana Lindell of Park River on May 23, 2014. She weighed in at 61b 7oz and measured 19 inches long. Her grandparents are Sharon Kinsala of Park River and Loren and Nan- cy Kadlec of Pisek. Great Grandparents are Jerry and Ann Neiber ofVeblen, S.D., and AI- fled and Mary Ann Lindell of Fairdale. GRAFTON, N.D. -- This year marks the 25th Family Reunion for the descendants of Thorsten and Berta Maria Martinson, who settled in Martin Township of Walsh Coun- ty. This group includes families of the late Theodore Nelson, Eberhard Mattson, Oscar Swasnson and Amie Olson. Running in conjunction with Summerfest (Grafton Days), the reunion will begin Sunday with an all-faiths service to be held at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, June 29 on the grounds of the Heritage Village in Grafton. The site of the service is the Land- stad Church, originally located in Auburn and the site of many of this family's spiritual celebration prior to its move to Heritage Village. A special time will be observed in hon- or of the family members who have died in the past two years. For- mer members of the Landstad Church and the general public, as well as reunion participants, are in- vited to attend the family-oriented service, which will be led by Cris Larson. Following the church service, the reunion will move to the Shawn Mattson residence, 741 East 5th Street, Grafion, ND where a potluck picnic begins at noon. Meat and kool-aid will be furnished by the committee. The picnic will be fol- lowed by socializing, reminiscing, and activities. Family members are reminded to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets, pictures and mem- orabilia. For further information contact Joann Mattson (701-352- 2273). Or Rodney Nelson (701-352- 3076). By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, What kinds of health problems do geriatricians treat? My mother, who s 80, takes several different medications for various health problems, but she hasn t been feel- ing herself lately. I m wondering if she wouM benefit by seeing a geri- atrician in place of her regular fam- ily doctor. .... Inquiring Daughter i Dear Inquiring, If your mom is dealing with a va- riety of health problems and ]S tak- ing multiple medications, a visit to a geriatrician may be just the anti- dote to help get her back on track. Here's a breakdown of the different types of health conditions geriatri- cians treat and some tips to help you locate one in your area. Geriatric Doctors For starters, it's important to know that geriatricians are family practice or internal medicine physi- cians that have had additional spe- cialized training to manage the Go,]mL, 7 ~J I i i i iΈ i!iii~! ntries For Hoople's 125th :lebration on July [9. Reaistration is not u but heTpful. Call Bill at 11 . £al1701-271-3207 r With 112 too. 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