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AUGUST 29, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Park River&apos;s L00er Now Showing: An animated film rated PG: Manny, Diego, and Sid embark upon another adventure after their continent is set adrift Using an iceberg as a ship, they encounter sea creatures and battle pirates as they explore a new world F/f#ay- lmy If An scifi action film rated PG-13: A factory worker, Douglas Quaid, begins to suspect that he is a spy after visiting Rekall - a company that prevides its clients with implanted fake memories of a life they would like to have led goes wrong and he finds himself on the run Friday- tllni  II1 ll Illll Walsh County / Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: OVER00E,et, Ml,;00ottgeY Fl.gt00Stlle ,eeAtCee. Pmx Rwee Dr. Doug Vavrosky from Overseas Missionary Fellowship will be speaking at Bethel Baptist in Park River, Sunday September 2 at 9:30 AM. Doug serving with his wife, Avril, has an international ministry with OMF serving this past year in Africa, Taiwan, Indonesia and to Chinese Christians around the country. We will also have a question and answer time after the morning worship. There will be a church potluck meal to follow. Everyone is invited. JL G . Park River / _ ;(arjtan .01 County pad- 2B t 1 :, Implement 284-6316 i I: : Bank&lnsurance s t i t Park River ~ 284-7244 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 \\; 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim'! Super alu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! ement Problems Solved Thousar-1 of SetiFled CL*tollv111r Tr UelhmIb4e IN rrn/ I._ense[ &nured Leaky b..:rnEnt. ,r.J,= dry L,:k![n ,,',, h 'ruct"ul -,-}r.:< ,.. "d:';.,v: Ir;l'rd|:l" 'w; NO Ltcc 3188 ,e,,ent Wter Cntrtled 0d)-34-,5247 www....:f,e.t/a'ybtt3ment,r,.om "''" , ; :' - ' ; :: lib l,llllll ....... lllll ....................................................... FREES200 Local Girl Card--'00i /,,\\; (th lease signing)  \\; lBrApts /\\;; Park Court Apts - Park River Income Based Dining with Dell -by dele Hankey Honey is used throughout the world and used as a sweetener, taking the place for sugar. These honey bars are delicious; I know you will like them too. Honey Bars 1/2 C. Crisco 1/2 C. Sugar C. honey 1egg, well beaten 2/3 C. sifted flour 1/2 tsp. soda 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt 1 C. quick cooking rolled oats 1 C. flaked coconut 1 tsp. vanilla 1/2 C. chopped Crme Crisco, sugar and honey until light and fluffy. Add egg and blend. Sift flour, salt, soda, and baking powder, add to the creamed mixture. Add coconut, vanilla and nuts, mixing thoroughly. Spread in a 10 by 15 inch pan; Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. When cool, cut into bars about 1 inch to 2 inces. Makes 36 bars. Sprinkle powdered sugar over bars before serving. Crisp Honey Wafers 1/2 C. butter 1/2 C. honey 2 C. sifted flour 1 tsp. soda tsp. cinnamon !A tsp. cloves 14 tsp. allspice C. crushed bran flakes Crme together butter and honey. Sift together flour, soda, cinnamon, cloves, and allspice. Mix with bran flakes. Combine dry ingredients with honey and butter. Chill 1 hour or until firm enough to roll easily. Roll 1/8 inch thick on a lightly floured board. Cut with a floured cookie cutter. Bake on a greased baking sheet at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes. Makes 3 dozen. Store these crisp cookies in cookie jar with a loosely fitted cover. If they get soft, heat them in a slow oven at 300 degrees about 5 minutes. Honeyed Apples 6 to 8 apples, (Cooked and medium sized) 2/3 C. raisins 2/3 C. honey 2/3 C. sugar 2 tsp. cinnamon 1/8 tsp. red food coloring Peel and core apples. Plump raisins in hot water. Blend together in saucepan honey, sugar, cinnamon and red food coloring. Bring to a boil and boil 10 minutes. Add the apples and cook until tender but not soft, 'turning often so they will cook evenly. Lift apples unto platter. Spoon raisins into center of apples; pour syrup over apples. Serve with cream or ice cream. Honey Cream-Cheese Frosting (Good on lemon cake) 1 (3oz) pkg. cream cheese 1 Tbsp. honey 2 1/2C. Sifted powdered sugar Blend cheese with honey, gradually add the powdered sugar: beat until smooth. Cake Topping 2 Tbsp. soft butter 2/3 C flaked or shredded coconut 1/4 c. honey 1 tsp. grated lemon rind 1/8 tsp. salt Spread top of cake with butter. Combine coconut, honey, lemon rind and salt, blend well. Spread over cake. Broil j,ust long enough to toast g0cor/ut lightly-2 to 4 minutes. I " Until N. 'r'f'm :',''''':''' ' ' ' l r  -- " q (,  ': ; O [!" : " r ' ....... I American Legion news Second District fall meeting to be held in Lankin Sept. 10 LANKIN, N.D.- Members of North Dakota's American Legion Posts of the Second District and their Auxiliary will be gathering in Lankin at the American Legion Club for their Fall District Meeting Monday evening, September 10, starting at 7:00 p.m. Department Commander Dave Rice of Harwood will be the prin- ciple speaker, while District Com- mander Roger Sateren of Lakota will preside over the session. The District Oratorical Contest Chainan will report on the up- coming High School Oratorical Contest and the District Boys State Chaiman will give an update on the success of the American Le- gion North Dakota Boys State held this past June at the North Dakota State College of Science in Wah- peton. Those present will receive valu- able infbnnation on membership campaigns on the Department and National level aimed at keeping The American Legion the largest veterans' organization Represen- tatives of the District Posts are asked to make a 2013 membership turn-in during the Post roll call. Auxilim'y Department President Linda Juntunen of Rola will also speak to assembled Legionnaires representing their Auxilim7 coun- terparts who are also meeting that same evening. (IJHAT AgE YOU CELEgATINC? The Press will print your announcements -weddings, milestone birthdays, anniversaries, or babies - free of charge Small fee applies for open house invitations Heggen, Flemmer to wed this October Bruce and Mary Heggen announce the engagement of their daugh- ter, Jennifer Heggen, to Rory Flemmer, son of Duane and Lori Flem- mer. Jennifer, a graduate of Park River High School, is a recent gradu- ate of the University of Mary with a bachelor degree in Athletic Train- ing. She is currently returning to the University of Mary to obtain a degree in Physical Therapy. Rory, a graduate of Beulah High School, is a graduate of NDSCS with a degree in welding. He is currently employed at Dakota Gasi- fication Company in Beulah as well as farming with his dad. An October 2012 wedding will be held and the couple will live in Beulah, N.D. September wedding set for Fox, Foerster .... ZN\\; gV2 Mark Vost,r are happy to an.ounce the,r e gageman(t'upc0mmg wedding ,- Liz is the daughter of Bey Fok of Honolului Hawaii, andKelly Fox of Reynolds, N D She is a 2010 graduate of the Radiotogic Tech- nology program at Northland Community and Technical College, She is currently employed as a CT Technologist at Altru Health System in Grand Forks, N D. Mark is the son of Marian and Lawrence Foerster of Park River, N D He is currently employed as a Rural Carrier Associate at the United States Postal Service The wedding is planned for Sept 15, 2012 in Grand Forks, N D, Henry .returns home from yearlong deployment FARGO, N.D.- Spc Morgan D Henry returned to North Dakota Aug 17 from Kuwait, where he served with the North Dakota Army National Guard in support of Operation Enduring Freedom/Op- eration New Dawn from October 2011 until August 2012. He worked as a wheeled vehicle me- chanic with the 188th Engineer Company (Vertical), Wahpeton, N.D. The unit mobilized in August 2011 and trained in Fort Bliss, Texas, prior to serving in Kuwait. During the yearlong mission, he played a pivotal role in the draw- down of the war in Iraq and con- tributed to dozens of major construction projects to develop the Kuwaiti theater of operations for the sustainment of current and future missions. He has served two years in the National Guard. Henry is a 2008 graduate from Valley High School, Hoople, N.D. His mother, Laurie H. Henry, lives in St. Thomas, N.D. Park River Farmer9 Market Au 30, 2012 Farmers Market from 5:30--6:30 pm @ Little Park--Park River, ND Corner of 4th St. W & Harris Ave S In case of rain--will be held at Fair Building--510--6th St. W ========================================== ep.. 22, 2012 Farme Market Fall Festival 10:00 a m--l:00pm / / Private Entrance with NO STEPS , Fair Room--Hockey Arena--510 6th St W , ;} i STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA SURPLUS Park River, ND , NOW AVAILABLE!. .... VEHICLE & EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS I Cal!Vicki 701-331-3826 .... .}li,[J,.[,,,,,.. '2I''IL}'[I'S"'" :]" DO yOU want your news noticed? ,! i , .... 701-352-2275 /. tX'. I"e;e'"e':l:VPrae'al-"["':.:'h::&'t'ficr're;'t':'ie". DO you or your group ';,:: 3,-r-ilCC ti:T r  .? nd $i:lphrproper1?;Om ll / / Vrofessionally Managed by -' ]1 ::',,C.,.',L,;..,:...,.,,,,.*,',',:,.' have a story to tell? I / . 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