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NOVEMBER 7, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 " Park River&apos;s L00er Now Showing: An action comedy rated PG: A high school biology teacher looks to become a successful mixed-maal arts fighter in an effort to raise money to prevent extracurricular activities from being axed at his cash-strapped school. - lain m 7ram 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. lmmlml Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: VETERAN00 DAY PROaRAM, PARX RIVER Veteran's Day Program to be at The Park River High School Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 at 10 am. This years keynote speaker will be Kenny Kachena who is currently active in the US National Guard. Cody Lillico, also active in the US National Guard, will lead the Pledge of Allegiance. The Korean War Veterans will be recognized this year. COUNTY SS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 G,qo3_. Park River ..=_sa,mantn 301 County Road 12B f  Park River Implement 284-631 6 / I" .lnk& |IIIW. Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352=3668 Michiaan, 259-2112 H oop-le 894,6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 Dining with Dell -by Adele Hankey When you come across a recipe with the state saying like this, "California Banana Cake," doesn't it make you wonder? Isn't a "North Dakota" banana cake as tasty? It 'sorta,' 'kinda,' bugs me and don't ask me why. I often have ripe bananas in the house and a banana loaf or two is made. Maybe I should label it ND Banana Bread. At any rate, here is California's Cake Recipe, I'm not doubting; but what if it is good? California Banana Cake 1 1/2 C. sugar • 1/2 C. shortening • 3 eggs, beaten • 1 C. well mashed bananas • 1/2 C. coconut • 1/2 C. sour cream • 2C. flout • 1/2 tsp. salt." 1 tsp. baking powder • i tsp. soda in 1 Tbsp. hot water • 3 egg whies, beaten stiff,- Vanilla, fold in egg whites Cr&me sugar and shortening. After creaming sugar and shortening, stir in eggs and mashed bananas that have been mixed with the dry ingredients, then fold in egg whites and vanilla. Bake at 350 degrees for ½ hour in a "9 x 13" pan. Frost with a brown sugar frosting. Banana Cake 1 pkg. yellow cake mix" 1 tsp. soda • 1 C. water • 2 eggs • 1/4 tsp. salt • 3 large, real ripe bananas mashed Combine all ingredients, Beat 2 minutes. Bake in a 9" x 13" pan, greased well Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until cake tests done. Frosting: 1 small pkg. instant vanilla pudding • 1 1/2 C. cold milk • 4 oz. Cool whip Combine vanilla pudding and cold milk. Mix well. Add the 4 oz. of cool whip and spread on cooled cake. Refrigerate. Banana Cupcakes L/2 C. shortening • 2 C. flour • 1 1/2 c. sugar • 2 eggs • 1/2 C. sour milk • 1 1/4 tsp. baking powder • 1/2 tsp. salt • 3 ripe bananas, mashed well • 1/2 tsp soda Mix ingredients thoroughly and put batter into paper-cup liners. Bake at 350 degrees for 22 minutes. Until next time "Dell" Olafson to instruct seminar in Denver on constitution's ammendment process DENVER- ........ State Senator Cur- tis Olafson (District 10), who has been active in promoting a consti, tutional amendment to curb the federal debt, has been chosen to instruct Coloradostate lawmakers arid other 0piniSiLmolders on the Constitution's amendment process. Olafson will teach a Nov. 12 seminar alongside Rob Natelson, a retired University of Montana law profbssor who is known hationally as an expert in the American Founding and the Constitution's original meaning. The event, to be held at the In- dependence Institute in Denver, will locus on the process for adopt- ing constitutional amendments--- particularly the little-known pro- cedure whereby delegates from the subject betbre the legislatures of multiple states and of recruiting prime sponsors for the eflbrt in more than 20 states. "I don't know how much people in North Dakota are aware of this," Natelson said, "but on constitu- tional amendment issues Senator Olafson is North Dakota's gift to the nation. He already has devel- oped a national reputation on the subject, and it will only grow. That's why we invited him to brief lawmakers in Colorado." Olafson is national spokesman for the National Debt Relief Amendment, a measure that would require approval from a majority of the state legislatures before Con- gress could further increase the na- state legislatures gather in what the tional debt. Natelson is Senior Fel- l )--- 110 4th St. E Constitution calls a"convention for low in Constitutional Jurisprudence Park River P P g • . "---I F----- I---Z- ro osin, amendments" While at three different think tanks, a pro- lEA IW'?’ Natelson fbcuses on the history and hfic author of books and articles r- .. 284-7221 legal rules governing the amend- on tile Constitution, and a leading __ merfi process, Olaf'son will discuss national authority on the amend- his experience in testifying on the ment process. . Jim's Super Yadlu 284  6433 W . s ,or00 ,. I [ For all your dinner needs[ I.',' .I'9 a" " ''-N-_j"-.,. ?_o L' ,,, ,' , ,% l .b.=.p,=.or. ,:oday; ,'-,,,  Draw for A Camouflage Discount .l I o.,-o,-co..,. - ,3s :,;,,  6ourmet Food Fast/n 9 I P.o. B , ]Pa-k littler, 11"D 58° i t ! 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Nevada Outdoorsmen in Wheelchairs helped to rig his wheelchair to support a rifle and he managed to take down an ante- lope. Now, thanks to Cabela's in Reno was outfitted with a cross- bow for his first big North Dakota bow hunt. He hasn't slowed down when it America Laura Kaeppeler of Wis- consin, but everything they did on this trip focused on tbe kids who have faced Challenging diseases and injuries. "What Children's Miracle Net- work does for these kids is unbe- lievable," Robbi said. She added that while it is an honor it is not one that you would comes to Iris involvement in spogs. 'ever Wish your kid to have. "The either. He has become a wel cost bs;:pr..'ettY high ...... :no kids de- known face on the field. He know,  serveto go through any of this. ' al of the coaches and even becam/J ' the assistant coach for his eighth grade basketball team. "What never can be taken away from him is his spirit," Robbi said. Throughout the year as one of the nation's CMN Champions, Joey has made appearances at var- ious events with Costco, Dairy Queen, Ace Hardware and other CMN sponsors; participated in the Nevada Governor's Clay Shoot; threw out the first pitch at a Reno Aces game; gala fundraising events, and recently, he got a chance to high-five the president. In September, the Jacobsens went with families from across the country to Washington D.C. and Orlando. Joey said that the whole experi- ence was "unreal." They were treated like celebri- ties, first class all the way. "'From the molnent we got there it was a heroes welcome every- where we went," Tim said. Joey said that meeting President Barack Obama was one of the biggest highlights of the trip. In D.C. the CMN Champions had the run of the White House and the Smithsonian along with tours to other historic landmarks before be- ing taken to Orlando for CMN Hospitals' mmual Celebration event at Walt Disney World. He travelled among celebrities and major athletes and even was pushed out on stage by 2012 Miss She said that they have had an amazing support system from tam- ily members to complete strangers who have offered prayers and help. "Joey has gotten a lot of support from 2,000 miles from his home," Robbi said of her friends and fam- ilyas far as Park River. Tim said that they've ]net some really special people along the way. From Nevada, to D.C. to O]'- lando, to Park River, Joey said that Park River is one of his favorite places because he likes the small town and of course being close to his family members. Had the tree gone the tiniest bit one way it could have just lilt his shoulder, had it gone a hairline the other way it would have hit his si- nus nerve and killed him instantly. Looking back on the accident, Robbi said that you can't change what has happened you can only decide where to go from there. "That tree isn't going to take anything more than it has taken," she said. This, of course, is only a part of the story that is Joey Jacobsen's life. He has many more chapters to write ali because "we believe." To follow Joey's story follow his Car- ing Bridge website at www.caring- bridge.org/visit/j oeyj acobsen IThank You! your vote and support. I look forward to workin €1 with you in t'he upco .ming session. R el). David Rep.DmidMonson Monson (Paid for by David Monson for HD House)