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JULY 3, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 e Walsh County  Spotlight / The merchants below are proud to announce: Rwee Free DEPARTMENT FUNDP00S'EP., PARK RIVER Join the Park River Volunteer Fire Department on Wednesday, July 3 for our Cookout Fundraiser from 5 pm until the dance is over. We will be serving burgers, hot dogs, bohemian, shorts, fries, and water/pop. Located near the Lyric Theater. COUNTY SS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 a, mantan LT_J Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 Park River Implement AUTO PARTS " 284-631 6 rl  Adams 944-2231 'II1_ .. Grafton 352-3668 IIlFIRSTUNITED Michigan 259-2112 Bank& Insurance Hoop le ~ 894 6123 Crystal ~ 657"2168 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim's Super Val. 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! Free Basement and Crawl Space Estimates Problems Solved J *. % Leaky basements made dry • Thousands of Satisfied Drain tile & baseboard systems Customers Buckling walls corrected • Transferable Warranty Foundation repair & wall crack repair • Licensed-Insured Egress window installation MN License #20542636 I Base' m ND License #38488 ent Water Controlled I Providing Service Since 1967 800-348-6247 Safe EGRESS Secuw HOLD-RIGHT'WALL ANCHORS www, wtsD0w HBIt LOC FOUNDATION PIERS llllllr .................................................................................................................... II II I Gift Cardg!(00 I 12 mo. Lease Sign,n 1 D PARK CO URT APARTMENTS Park River, ND 1 Bedroom Apartments *Income Based *ALL Utilities Paid *No Steps *Laundry on Site Call Katie @701-331-9515 - • Professionally Managed by ...... e - Prairie Homes Management ft- eL.. \\; Y 1-888-893-9501 -- toll free  f,. o • ), C) TTY: 1-800-366-6888 ( I' ' " Dining with Dell -by Adel00 na.k00y - Have a safe 4th of July! A vegetable garden is a winner in two ways. A good garden provides the vitamins we need and is a budget saver. Pickles for winter use are made this month as a rule. Cucumbers, carrots and beets are prime vegetables at this time. Here are some pickle recipes for each. Hamburger Dills Slice cucumbers about 1/4 inches thick, (don't peel) • 1 slice onion • 1 clove garlic Place dill in the bottom of a jar and fill the jar with slices of cucumbers. Boil the following brine: 1/2 C. pickling salt • 1 quart vinegar • 1 pint water • 2 1/2 C. sugar Pour boiling mixture over cucumbers; make sure salt and sugar are dissolved. Seal at once. Dilly Carrots Pack 4 quarts of small sized carrots with a small head of dill and 1 garlic clove at the bottom and top of each jar. Boil this mixture for 3 minutes. Just before pouring this dissolved mixture over your carrots, add 1 scant Tbsp. of canning salt to each jar and 1/8 tsp. alum. This is the mixture you boil 3 minutes: 6 1/2 C. water • 1/2 C. canning salt • 3 C. apple cider vinegar Seal jars and set in boiling water what you have poured over the jars, leaving until cold. (I like to make these in pint j ars) Beet ]? [ckles Boil beets until tender and remove the skinsl Make the following syrup: 2 C. sugar • 2 C. vinegar • 1 C. water • 1 tsp. salt Slice beets into serving pieces, put them into this syrup and simmer for 5 minutes. Remove the serving pieces, pack into jars and cover with the hot syrup and seal. Spices tied in a bag and simmered in the syrup may be used if you like spicy beet pickles. Chili made now for later use is always good. Chili 12 medium size tomatoes • 2 large onions ° 2 green peppers • 1 1/2 Tbsp. salt • 4 Tbsp. sugar • 3/4 C. vinegar • 1 1/2 Tbsp. salt Cook all ingredients over low heat until thick. Put into hot jars and seal. Until next time, "Dell" °A!--- " sa, mantan Happenings at Our Good Samaritan Monica Simon ADC The Residents and staff of the Park River Good Samaritan Center would like to wish everyone a wonderful Fourth of July. We are really looking forward to the parade coming by the center on the Fourth. Residents have been enjoying time outdoors as the weather has been so nice. We look forward to the special July events: July 1 1:00 Walsh County Bus Ride July 4 Parade Watching July 4 3:00 bingo July 10 4:00 Build your own pizza July 11 3:00 Monthly Birthday Party Grace Free Lutheran July 12 7:30 Mennonite Singers July 15 1:00 Walsh County bus Ride July 25 3:00 Auxiliary lunch and Program July 29 1:00 Walsh County Bus Ride Volunteers for the week include Devotional leaders, Lois Ydstie, Lorene Larson, Rev. David Hinrichs, Sue Faggerholt and Corrine Ramsey. Accompanists were Mary Seim, Monica Simon and Jan Novak. Rosary was led bu Shirley Sobolik, Mass by Father Lutein and Sunday Worship services with Rev. Jeff Johnson. Jeaneen McMillan led our weekly Bible Study. We thank everyone for sharing their time and talents with us. CELEBRATIH6 90 YEARS An open house for Anna Marie Huseby, who is celebrating her 90th Birthday Will be held on Saturday July 13th, 2013, from 1:30 to 3:30 PM at the C'Mon Inn in Grand Forks, ND. All family, relatives, and friends are invited. Your presence is your gift. Spaans, Solseng to wed in South Dakota this summer Larisa Spaans and Cole Solseng together with their parents Brian and Kristin Ulmer and Benjamin Spaans of Spearfish, SD and Tim and Lois Solseng of Park River, ND announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Larisa graduated in 2010 from Spearfish High School in Spearfish, SD and is currently attending Black Hills State University in Spearfish, SD pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education/Special Education and Elementary Education. Cole graduated in 2010 from Park River High School in Park River, ND and is currently attending Black Hills State University in Spearfish, SD pursuing a degree in Finance and Economics. A July 13th wedding is planned at Mountain View Baptist Church, Spearfish, SD, followed by a reception and dance at the Holiday Inn. 2013 ND local foods directory now available, 125 providers listed BISMARCK, N.D. -- The 2013 edition of the North Dakota Local Foods Directory is now available from the North Dakota Depart- ment of Agriculture. Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring s.aid, "yq.ur. guide- book for finding fres'h high quali- ty, food products suchas fruits and vegetables, eggs, jams and jellies, beef, goat, lamb, poultry and other locally-sourced products." The 48-page directory lists more than 125 local food providers, in- cluding farmers markets, roadside stands, pick-your-own gardens, CSAs and home delivery produce operations. Each listing includes the name of the operation, address, phone num- ber, description of products of- fered, times of operation and con- tact persons. Maps show the loca- tion of farmers markets. The directory also contains a har- vest calendar to help consumers de- termine the best times of the grow- ing season to buy locally-grown vegetables, fruits and bedding plants. Ron Smith, former North Dakota State University Extension horti- etflturalist, developed the informa- tion for the calendar. Free copies of the 2013 Local Foods Directory can be obtained by contacting the North Dakota De- partment of Agriculture, 600 E. Boulevard Ave., Dept. 602, Bis- marck, ND 58505-0020; phone: (800) 242-7535; fax: (701) 328- 4567; e-mail: ndda@ Di- rectories are now being sent to people who requested them in the past. Copies will also be available at libraries, local chambers of com- merce and county extension of- rices. (JIJNA'r ARE YOU CELEtEATING? The Press will print your announcements - weddings, milestone birthdays, anniversaries, or babies - free of charge Fee applies for open house invitations I Jane Zidon of Pisek will be celebrating her 85th birthday at an open house in her honor. The event will be held Saturday July 13, from 2-4 p.m. at the American Legion in Park River. The celebration will be hosted by her children, Robert Zidon of Grafton, Geralyn (Kerry) O'Connor of Cherney WA, Allen (Joy) Zidon of Pisek, Dennis Zidon of Grand Forks ND, Cathy (Larry) Schmidt of Ling Lakes MN, Janet (Todd) Rainier of Tohma Wl, Ann (Paul) Baukol of Hendrum MN, David (Chrystal) Zidon of Lyton UT. She has 17 grandkids and the late Becky Zidon. Also 8 great grandkids. All family and friends are invited to attend the open house. She is requesting no gifts. Your Prol:e,,;,,;ional 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 Ye Olde Medicine Center Cavalier 701-265-3332