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OCTOBER 24, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Park River's L00er New Shewing: A drama rated PG-13: An ailing baseball scout in his twilight years takes his daughter along for one last recruiting t#p. htm- Satmniuj lt  Because of a lack of patrons at the late night show, the Lyric will no longer be offering a 9 p.m. movie. Sorry for any inconvenience. Nllm Walsh County // Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: KIVER Blood is a gift that almost anyone can give. It doesn't strain your budget and you don't have to do alot of shopping around. Yet it could be the most precious gift of all to a person in need; a "gift of life" donate blood at Park River's Blood Drive on October 31,2012 from 11AM to 4PM at the American Legion. Call for an appointment to Lois Anderson, 701-284- 7443. COUNTY ESS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 l Al__ Park River L_RSJI O ImSdlement 2 -6316 [  P--ark- R / 1 Adams ~ 944-2231 /'Ill-- -- Grafton ,,, 352-3668 l IIIPIRSTUMTED Michigan,-; 259,2112 / Bank&imra.ce Hoop.-le 894-6123 L L--,,r--- Crystal ~ 657-2168 l[ 110 4th St. E Park River ,284-7221 Jim's Super Valu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner need___ s! I FREE Estimates Local ND Company Illl $300 ?ff tilil0/31 701 650 0095 CentralCityRe mod ele rs .com Private Entrance with NO STEPS  sow AVAmAaLE'i I\\; )Call Vicki 701-331-3826 % f[i / '/ Professionally Managed by  xK I I [ /' Prairie Homes Management "* .,  [ lJ / // \\;, 1-888-893-9501  \\;\ | lit I /i !  nw vsoo-366-6sss   , \\;  HJ/,I /-; ,.o 0..,.=  Dining with Dell -by Adele Hankey I was given some salmon from friends in Alaska and wondered how on earth I was going to prepare it. Looking and paging through cookbooks I came up with this recipe and found it delicious-thought I'd pass it on. 1 salmon fillet • 1 1/2 - 2 C. soft wheat bread crumbs • 1 Tbsp. chopped onion • 1/2 tsp. salt • 1/8 tsp. pepper • 2 Tbsp. butter, melted In large bowl combine bread crumbs, onion, thyme, salt and pepper, mix well. Add butter, mix lightly and set aside. Pat dry the salmon in a 9x13 inch baking pan, coat with nonstick cooking spray, do the same on the salmon; cover with the crumb mixture. Bake uncovered, at 350 degrees for 25 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Salmon Loaf 2 Tbsp. margarine • 1/2 C. milk • 1 1/2 C. crushed soda crackers • 1 can salmon, drained and flaked • 2 eggs (separated) • 3 Tbsp. lemon juice • 2 tsp. diced onion • 1 tsp. salt • 1/2 tsp. pepper • 1/8 tsp. paprika Mix margarine, milk, and cracker crumbs. Stir in salmon, egg yolks, lemon juice, onion, salt and pepper. Beat egg whites until stiff and then fold into salmon mixture. Put into a greased casserole. (1 1/2 qt.) Sprinkle with paprika. Cook uncovered for 1 hour at 350 degrees. (This can be cooked in microwave but do not grease your dish. Cook for 7 minutes, uncovered. The top will be dry when done.) Quick and Easy Salmon Loaf 1 large can salmon • 1 1/2 C. bread crumbs • 2 eggs • 1 C. milk • 1/2 tsp. salt • 1/8 tsp. pepper Mix well, put into loaf pan, bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. 'If a glass pan is used, bake at 375 degrees. Uhtil next time "Dell" ( Photo: Submitted Mr. and Mrs. John Soukup celebrate 60th wedding anniversary LANKIN, N.D. 1 John and Betty Soukup were married on Octo- ber, 14, 1952 at St. Luke's Catholic Church in Veseleyville, N.D. They still reside in Lankin, N.D. They celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on October, 14 2012 in Grand Forks, N.D., with family. Benefit planned for Grafton couple fighting cancer GRAFTON, N.D. -- There will be a benefit on Thursday, Nov. 1 for Sharon and Ray Lien of Grafon who arc} both battling can- cer. The benefit will be held at Marketplace of 8th fiom 5-8 pm with a meal. In conjunction with this, there will be a silent auction and bake sale with donations wel- come. Supplemental funds pro- vided by Walsh County Chapter of Thrivent tbr Lutherans. Donations may be sent to any First United Bank location. Hoople High Class of 1955 Reunite Right: Members of the Hoople High School Class of 1955 who met for their 57-year reunion are, from left, , doAon ,Moe,  " " Gorder, keah Lindenberg Skjerven, Edroy • Kringstad, Ileen Windingland Askew and Carol Russell Hanson. HOOPLE, N.D. --- Members of the Hoople High School Class Edroy and Faye Kringstad of Dawson, Carol Hanson of Min- of 1955 met for their 57-year reunion in Fargo at the Holiday Inn netonka, Minn., and lleen Askew of Cavalier. on Sept. 29-30. Unable to attend were Morris McDonald of Pahn Harbor, Fla., A supper on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday was enjoyed along With a lot of visiting. In attendance were Leah and Dean and Rudolph Swenson of Seattle, Wash. Skjerven of Park River, JoAnn and Glen Gorder of Fordville, One classmate, Daniel Aaland, is deceased. VOTfi MII/MB’ State Treasurer Ross Mushik, "We paid $35 million in jbes to Wall Street brokers last ),ear. " It's time for new leadership. ...... i... , ............. '. ............. Gearing Up for Kindergarten "Prepare your child for school success" 10 sessions for parents and kids beginning Nov. 1,2012 from 6:00-7:30 pm. Registration forms at the Park River Elementary School. Participants must be 4 years old by July 31,2013. RE-ELECT LA00NCE FOR YOUR WALSH COUNTY COMMISSIONER CURRENTLY SERVING AS CHAIRMAN Your support is greatly appreciated. d for by Lawrence Budanek on hiS own O 1, -- ..... m Grafton Curling Club Open House00 i Thurs. Oct. 25 at 7:30 pm ,'("i 'i I Com#..and,eive ] I c.rli.00a00y: I Dress warm and wear _1 IB C Vote CRABTREE for PSC! Treasmt