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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, IULY 9, 2014 Pa e 3 -by Adele Hankey Some people like to sit around on a Sunday aftemoon, watching a baseball game, some hockey, or even golf, eating snacks like potato chips or vegetables. This recipe will hit the spot! Sausage Onion Snacks 1 lb. pork sausage 1 large onion, chopped 2 C. Bisquick baking mix 3/4 C. milk 2 eggs 1 Tbsp. caraway or poppy seed 1 1/2 C. sour cream 1/2 tsp. salt Paprika, as desired Heat oven to 350 degrees, grease a 9 x 13 inch pan. Cook and stir sausage and onion over medium heat until sausage is brown; drain. Mix baking mix, milk and 1 egg; spread in pan. Sprinkle with caraway seed. Top with sausage mixture. Mix sour cream, salt and remaining egg, pour evenly over sausage. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake until set, uncovered 25 to 30 minutes. Cut into rectangles about 2 1/2 inches. Makes 32 appetizers. Vegetable Dip 1 (8oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened 1/3 C. minced onion 1/3 C. Heinz chili sauce 3 Tbsp. mayonnaise 1/4 tsp. Worcestershire sauce Mix all ingredients untilwell blended. This dip is good for Walsh County cauliflower, carrots, celery, etc. : Chips and Cracker Dip Spotlight / 3/4C. sour cream - 3/4 C. mayonnaise,1/2C, choppedonion.l/4 C. chopped green pepper (optional) 1/4 C. pimento, chopped The merchants below are / / [ (optional).'3 drops Tabasco sauce proud to announce: [ Mix all ingredients well, set in refrigerator overnight. This dip can also be used for vegetables. ower, Iver There will be an Open House Bridal Shower for Courtney Rehovs future bride of Mitchell Ford on Sunday;July 13 from 2-4 p.m. at St Mary s Parish Center in Park River. The couple is registered at Macy's andTarger. All are welcome to attend! Inte in becorni a spotlight sponso Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 ............... 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Dill Dip 2/3 C. sour cream 2/3 C. mayonnaise 1 Tbsp. onion, minced 1 tsp. dill weed, dried 1/2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 1 tsp. seasoned salt 3 drops Tabasco sauce Mix well. This is good _for all raw vegetables. Until next time, "Dell" By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, and blisters. Can you recommend some goodDigging Tools: There are er- evgonomic gardening gear for sen- gonormc tools that can help protect iors? My 72-year-old mother loves your mom's wrists by reducing the to work in the .garden , bur bendjng aod twisting wrist move- been plagued by various gardeningn i eo(th t often comes with digging injuries this year. i ' , lndwee0ing: : .... .... i Looking for Solutions i ,.ii. ; "' 'Somegoodrpt'ions inClude'Ra- dius Garden tools (radiusgar- Dear Looking, den.eom), which make a variety of There's no doubt that gardening curved-handle hand tools (scooper, can be tough on an aging body. Gar- weeder, transplanter, cultivator and den work often requires a lot of trowel) and shovels that nm between repetitive stooping, squatting, kneel- $10 and $50. And Corona tools ing, gripping and lifting, which (, which makes can lead to back and knee pain, the ComfortGEL and eGrip hand carpal tunnel syndrome and various garden tools. other injuries. Another excellent product is the "Cobrahead Weeder and Cultivator" To help make your mom's gar- dening chores a little easer is a slew (, an all-purpose of new and improved gardening digging and weeding tool that's gear that's lightweight, comfortable available in a short handle version to use, and ergonomicaUy designed for close up work for $25; and a to help protect her body from the long handle for standing work for physical strains of gardening. Here $60. are several that can help. Knee and BackAids: Kneepads Gloves: There are a number of and garden seats can also protect specially designed gloves that can your mom's knees and save her improve your mom's grip and pro- back when working close to the tect her hands while she works. Two ground. Some popular products of the best are the "Atlas Nitrile sold today through the Gardener's Touch Garden Gloves" (available at Supply Company ( - a leading developer and manu- for under $6), which facturer of innovative garden equip- are coated with a flexible synthet- ment- are the "GardenEase Kneel- ic rubber. And the "ReliefGrip Gar- er" dening" gloves (, ($70), which is a kneeling pad $35), that have extra padding in the SI /I palm and finger joints that can im- prove grip, and cause fewer calluses Cont lge 5 Thanks to everyone who attended the First Care Auxiliary 2nd annual Rhubarb Fest, Your support helped us to raise $2,000, which will be used to purchase additional cabinets for the hospital kitchen. Thanks again and we hope to see you next year! Bernice Houser, Park River, ND will be honored on July 13th in observance of her 90th Birthday. Relatives and friends are invited from 3-4 pm in the Good Samaritan Community Room in Park River. Bernice worked her entire life farming with her husband and son and worked in potatoes for Larson's for 40 years. Please come celebrate this special occasion for her. HigherSpeaking, and is in the process of starting a Christian clothing line called Purified. "I'm really close to finishing my logo, and then it'll be ready to go." As far his primary goals are concerned, Hylden is focused on turning his speaking opportunities into a career so he can help as many people as possible with his message. "My dream would be to travel the world and impact and help people in any way I can and show them God's love," Hylden said. "It's a big dream, but I don't doubt it for a second." Contact Ben about events, scheduling, etc, through his website: TEEN BEAT BY EIV ILY LA VEC, INTERN, IMALSH COUNTY PRESS A place of comfort: Even though eorld, tb look forward to hav al ,s lov ing to PRBC for camps d n sum'r er d have h ev r%een d sap --point- ed. Now I'm sure that the camp is very happy for this flee advertizing that I'm giving them, but I really do think that the camp is all that. I have been going to Park River Bible Camp for just about as long as I can remember. I remember going to day camps, then being able to stay over night for three days, to staying there for a week. Out of all those times, I have never come back with a bad overall experience. I may not always know what I'm going to do in the summer or who I'm going to see, but I always set aside a week for camp. I love going to camp partly because of all the people there. I always make new friends when I go to camp, and I love every single one of them. I may not always talk to them after camp, but that's just because I real- ly stink at small talk and it gets even worse when I try to talk through tech- nology. I also love going mostly because I am always able to reaffirm my faith in God and humanity. It can be difficult for me to see God in my every- day life, and I feel like it gets harder and harder for me to remember that He is always there for me as the year goes on. PRBC is what helps me remember that. Leonard and Adele would like to thank all who came for our 50th anniversary. Thank you for all the beautiful cards, gifts and precious messages; and the hugs were welcome. We want to thank our children and grandchildren for all the planning and work they did; Alyson and Jeff Jacobson, Elizabeth, Caleb and Sarah; Brenda and Marcus Erickson, Luke, Adam and Megan; Bill and Alesa Momerak, and Paige. God Bless you all. Leonard and Adele Momerak Let us help share your excitement. Charges apply for open house invitations. 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