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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS ° WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2017 Page 7 z:=.oE 4 up of basil, olive oil and other in- 1 c. whole-wheat flour gredients) for a flavor change. 3/4 c. bread flour (For best re- Add some veggies, such as suits, use part bread flour and diced onion; sliced mushrooms; part whole-wheat flour.) spinach leaves; diced red, yellow 1/2 tsp. salt and green peppers; shredded car- 1 Tbsp. olive oil rots; diced tomatoes; or artichoke In a medium bowl, dissolve hearts, yeast in water. Stir in both types of Try some fruit on your pizza, flour and salt. Add oil and mix. Add some sweetness with thinly Turn out on a floured surface and sliced apples or pears or chunks of knead about five minutes or until pineapple, smooth and elastic. Place dough in Add some protein, such as a greased bowl, turning dough to sliced grilled chicken, black or coat the top. Cover and let rise in white beans, shredded pork, a warm place about one hour, un- cooked and drained ground beef or til doubled in size. Punch down Italian sausage, shrimp or your oth- and let rest 10 minutes. er favorites. On a floured surface, roll dough Don't forget the cheese. Besides into a large rectangle for a thin- mozzarella and cheddar, consider crust pizza or to fit a 12- or 14-inch adding some other flavorful pizza pan for a thicker crust. Place cheeses; such as a little feta or on a baking sheet or pizza pan Swiss cheese. You might want to sprinkled with cornmeal. Pinch sprinkle on some Parmesan, too. edges to form a lip. Top with Be sure to bake pizza in a hot your favorite sauce, veggies, meat oven at 450 F or above. Go light and cheese. Drizzle with olive on the sauce to avoid a soggy crust, oil. Bake in a preheated 450 F Adjust your baking time, de- oven for about 15 minutes. The pending on the number of top- baking time will vary, depending pings. Consider baking your piz- on the thickness of the crust and za on a grill to impart a smoky, the toppings. grilled flavor. Makes eight servings of crust. Here's a pizza crust recipe from Each serving has 110 calories, the North Dakota Wheat Com- 2.5 grams (g), 4 g protein, 18gcar- m i s s i o n bohydrate, 2 g fiber and 150 mil- ( ready ligrams sodium. to inspire your creative choice of Editor's Note: Julie Garden- toppings. Robinson, Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., is a North Dakota State University Ex- Whole-wheat Pizza Crust tension Service food and nutrition 2 tsp. active dry yeast specialist andprofessor in the De- 3/4 c. warm water (105 to 115 partment of Health, Nutrition and F) Exercise Sciences. LANKIN, N.D. -- Representing the City of Lank•n, Mayor Francis Praska and City Auditor Marilyn Praska accepted the "TREE CITY USA" Trees Award at the Trees Bowl and Awards Ceremony held in Fargo on September 23, 2017. The Arbor Day Foundation, in part- nership with the US Forest Service and National Association of State Foresters, sponsors the Tree City, Tree Campus, and Tree Line USA programs. Communities, campus- es, and utility companies engaged in the programs show a commit- ment to the planning and care of trees that result in healthy, sustain- able community forests, which im- prove the quality of life for every- one. The NDSU-North Dakota Forest Service administers the pro- grams. A cornerstone in Lankin is Cen- tennial Park, Developed in 2005 to commemorate the city's centenni- al celebration. Centennial Park is home to a thriving Lewis & Clark Historic Cottonwood tree, and the park is where Lankin's Tree City USA flag has flown for the past 21 years. During the awards ceremony, NDSU President Dean Brescini, State Forester Larry Kotchman and John Shannon, representing the US Forest Service - State and Pri- vate Forestry, presented each win- ner with a special certificate and lim- ited edition Centennial Trees print. The award winners were also rec- ognized on the field during the Photo: Submitted Above:(Lto R) Larry Kotchman, Slate Forester; John Shannon US Forest Service; Francis Praska; Madlyn Pras- ka; Dean Bresciani, NDSU President. NDSU half-time activities at the Dakota Utilities Company Minot, New Rockford, Oakes, Sib- winning Trees Bowl football game TREE CITY USA-Arthur, Bis- ley, Valley City, Wahpeton, Watford in the Fargodome. marck, Bottineau, Cando, Carring- City, West Fargo, Williston. The 2017 award winners in- ton, Cavalier Air Force Station, For more information on the clude: Devils Lake, Dickinson, Ellendale, Tree City, Tree Campus or Tree Line TREECAMPUS USA-North Fargo, Forman, Grand Forks,USA programs, contact Gerri Dakota State University and Unit- Granville, Hatton, Hazen, Lakota, Makay, Community Forestry Man- ed Tribes Technical College LaMoure, Lank•n, Lincoln, Man- ager at or TREE LINE USA- Montana dan, McClusky, McVille, Milnor, (701)652-2951. Have a really thank you? We can help. Call Press at 284-6333 Poooooooooooooooooooooo i CI . ..... . ................... . IFARM & RJ 'NC:HEQUIPMENT • : 11 RETIREMENT AUCTION i October 27 . • Trunk or Treat from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. • Jl Thursday, October 26, 2017 - 10:00 am : We have games, taco in a bag, candy and prizes. ; II Loeatiow Church in Edinburg, ND : Come dressed in a costume so you have a chance to : II +o3Weston County#9, thon North • l[ Owner'Kenneth Olson ; win our"Best Dressed" contest. Grab a parent, a ; • " neighbor and.come have a fun evening at campl. This.. l[ 701-331-1155 or 701-993-8330 ; Is a free will offering event. ; II time farmer of the EO- • • II ~rming and sell his en- : ILT " II tire~ small items, however • II lease be on time, this November 5 : II +s a big event, don't miss it! " i Lunch starts at 11:30 a.m. in the Fireside Room. Quilt ; / Live online bidding : Viewing at 12:30 p.m. in the Chapel. Quilt Auction • : starts at 1:30 p.m. The quilts and other handmade • items are being donated by women's groups and : indMduals from all over Eastern North Dakota and •" beyond. Arlyn Ask•m, Auctioneer . " • T: • • November 10-12 • : Registration Friday at 1:00 p.m. • • We invite you to spend opening weekend of"Quilt Season" here! This weekend is going to be full of ; projects, bonding, and fun! Quilt S'more will be our • quilting vendor for this retreat. • • " ** T: • •" November 17-19: • " Registration Friday at 12:00 p.m. Crafters attending : this rel eat will have a chance to work on projects, take dasses, and leam some great hints! This " weekend is all about YOU! There are big blocks of : time for you to craft, visit, and laugh. The hope is for a : • weekend that is stress-free and full of fun! • •" ** E. EAT: . • December 2" • • Registration at 10:00 a.m. • o • Closing Program begins at 6:30 pm. • • F ........ ' .... " • Y S EVE BASH • December 31: " • 7:00 p 10:00 p ° • .m. - .m. . • **Preregistration is required for all retreats Register • • online at www parkriverbiblecamp org or contact the • • " , • • camp office at (701) 284-6795 for more information. • 106 Solid Rock Circle • Park River ND Oil•Oil••• •••••lO•••• 0••0 ••llll•••l•• TRACTORS - 7"x45' Mayrath, PTO - JD 6 & 8 row cultivators - 2009 Case IH Maxum - 4"x16' w/electric motor - Shop built scraper 140 MFVVD w/L-750 - Antique JD 2 row loader & grapple, 3 pt., 4 TRUCKS planter hyd., 2500 hrs.- 1984 GMC tag w/box - Other items not listed - 1999 MF 6170 MFWD & hoist, 5 + 2, roll tarp w/CAH, 3 pt., 2 hyd., - 1973 IHC 1800 single HAYING, FENCING & 2700 hrs. axle, 5+2, roll tarp LIVESTOCK ITEMS - 1980 IH 4586 4WD w/ - 1959 IHC single axle w/ - Rowse 9' trailing low hrs. on Cummins box & hoist mower, like new - 1980 Versalile 835 - 1966 I HC 1600, not - Vermeer 505 M classic 4WD running baler - 1951 JD Model R w/ - 27' bale rack buzz saw TILLAGE & PLANTING - IHC 12' dump rake - 1951 IHC M, narrow - 34' Wilrich cultivator w/ - Many T posts, elec. front newknock ons fence posts & wire - 1955 IHC 300 - 15' Case Glenco- Other misc. not listed - 1958 IHC 450 w/JD #5 cultivator mower - 29' WilRich chisel plow ATM & MISC. FARM - 1947 IHC M w/wide w/good harrows ITEMS front - 27' Summers Diamond - Honda Foreman ATV - 1946 JD ModelA, disk - 96" Farm King snow narrow front - 27' Krause 1900 disk blower - Morris 20' harrow - 5' Rotary mower HARVEST & GRAIN- 48' Herman harrow - 6½' x 16' Trailer HANDLING - IH 770 auto reset plow, - (2) 1000 gal. fuel tanks EQUIPMENT 5-16 bottom w/Gas Boy pumps - IH 1480 axial flow - (2) IH 770 5-16 plows, - 500 gal. fuel tank w/ combine, 23.1 30 tires kickback w/hitch . electric pump 0 (50)/o), stored inside - JD 6-16 auto reset - 12KW Winpower - 25' IH 1020 flex head semi mount plow generator on trailer w/trailer - Big Otto rock picker - Many other items not - 25' IH 1010 head w/ - Friesen #240 seed listed trailer tender - Gleaner M2 set for - IH 6300 3-12' drill w/ HOPPER BIN & sunflowers transport GRAINERIES - Gleaner pickup head - IH 6200 2-14' drill w/ - 8"x60' Brandt, PTO transport SHOP ITEMS - 7"x32' Westfield w/ - JD #71 planter 8-30" electdc motor rows GUNS & OTHER ITEMS Visit our websites at or or vw~.dakotaauctioneers.corn Dakota Aucqkxeers, l.amj Swenson, owner/operator Professional Auctioneer & Appraiser, Uc # 508 525 Main St, Cando NO. £/01) 9684224 Office or (701)-3030379 Cal YOUR NORTH CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA AUCTION LEADER 5 MONTHS 9 MONTHS 9 MONTHS 2.5 YEARS ITIZ your i.~ advantage 4 2.5 YEARS • C 3 YEARS PROFESSIONAL t OOSt;EtZlLI tNSUI AI ION SYSI L:M i +~j" (Reg price $2999) I STORM DOORS (Be Wise and Weatherize) FALL SALE $10°° or $20°° MAIL IN REBATES AVAILABLE Stop in or call Leon's Today/ Sale ends Oct. 31! 105 4th St. East Park River, ND 58270 Phone: 701-284-6266 Fax: 701-284-6211