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HE WALSH COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 20 5 ___________________T______________________________________fl£_3 I Flanders completes Basic Training at Fort Jackson Now that the refrigerator is stripped clean of leftovers from the holiday, it is time to find something for dinner and I am thinking it will be a baked potato do ahead kind. Baked Potatoes 9 large red potatoes, just baked l/2 C. (1 stick) butter, softened 12 oz. Philadelphia Cream Cheese, softened 3/4 C. sour cream Hot milk if necessary Salt and pepper to taste 2 Tbsp. butter, melted Cut the well-done freshly baked hot potato, lengthwise, scooping out the steaming inside into a large bowl. While still hot, with electric mixer, beat potato insides, beat in the butter, cream cheese and sour cream. If the mixture seems gummy like, add hot milk to the texture you like. Taste to see if more salt and pepper are needed. Serve hot. I you have leftover for the next day, put them into a buttered casserole and pour melted butter over each half and bake at 300 degrees for 20 minutes covered with foil. ** Hot Cabbage Salad recipe below is delicious with this potato recipe. GRAFTON grim pAstoREK. RPh ‘ ETH WHARAM, Rm» 9) Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: Crazy Christmas Sweater Day, Park River Pull out your colorful Christmas Sweaters and help get kids excited about reading! Hot Cabbage Salad On Friday, Dec. I8, Park River businesses 10,16,323}; head 0f Cabbage’ red 2 Tbsp. bacon fat 2 med. Onions, chopped 1 Granny Smith apple, peeled, and offices are invited to pull out Christmas Sweaters to support an amazing program in our community called Imagination Library that mails a free book each month to every child in our school district from birth to age five. The suggested cost is $IO per person or FreeWiII or you can also sponsor a child for the year for $25. RSVP to rochelle.kovarik@gmail.com -THANK YOU FORYOUR SUPPORT!! Dear Savvy Senior, What tips can you recommend for making a kitchen senior—friend- ly? My wife, who loves to cook, has had several kitchen-related acci- dents over the past year. which is (.md Park River v r @gI‘LUHAflERHQ. 23 make it safer and more practical. i Hungry Husband Park River Dear Hungry, 4‘ Implement OEhfere are a réumber of sinsggie m l reations an inexpenswe - 1 6 ons that can make a big difference in making your kitchen more age— _ fi‘iendly. Depending on your wife’s Park River ~ 284-7244 needs, here are some tips for each E 393%: ’1 aspect of the kitchen. I UNITED Mimi an 3329,3332 mitts; ‘foyrz‘iui‘zlzpttfg‘i‘: l e " 9 ‘ Faanks‘lnsurance crysfial 657-2158 slipping, replace them with non— skid floor mats or consider gel mats, which are cushiony and more corn— fortable to stand on for long peri— ods. GelPro.com and Wellness— Matscom offer a nice selection. Lights: If the lighting in her kitchen is dim, replace the old overhead fixture with a bright new ceiling light, and add under—cabinet task lighting to brighten, up her kitchen countertops. Cabinets and drawers: To reduce bending or reaching, organize your kitchen cabinets and drawers so that the items you most frequently use are within comfortable reach. You can also make your cabinets and pantry easier to access by installing pullout shelves or lazy susans. And D—shaped pull—handles for the cabinets and drawers are also rec— ommended because they’re more comfortable for arthritic hands to grasp than knobs. Faucet: If you have a twist- handle kitchen faucet, replace it with an ADA compliant single handle faucet. They’re easier to use, especially for seniors with arthritis or limited hand strength. There are also kitchen faucets on the market today (like the Delta Touch20 faucet and Moon Mo— tionSense) that will turn them— selves on and offby simply touch— ing the base or moving your hand over a motion sensor. And, for safety purposes, set your hot water tank at 120 degrees to prevent possible water burns. 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 284-6433 For all your dinner needs! IE1 Jim’s Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River SA Electric "Where Quality is Standard” Rtsmnuui COMMERUAL llrw Worx or moon EMERGENCY SERVICE AVAILABLE (all TOI-BBI-ISTQ Scott _Wedel, Owner saelectric.14@gmail.com 6625 145 Ave. ll! Grafton. Ill) APARTMENTS s Park River, ND his 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments *lncome Based W *ALL Utilities Paid “ *No Steps 3‘: *Laundry OIl Call Katie @ 701-331-2939 . Professionally Managed by " Prairie Homes Management »' 1-888-893-9501 toll free .J'TY: 1-800-366-6888. ..\ I, "7 I, 4.3,. -by Adele Hankey why 'we would like to mocltfi’wto ' to cored chopped 3 Tbsp. vinegar 2 Tbsp. packed, light brown sugar Salt and pepper to taste 1 tsp. caraway seed, optional Remove the outer leaves and hard core from the cabbage. Chop the leaves coarsely. Heat the bacon fat in a large skillet. Add the onions. Cover skillet and let the cabbage steam-fry for 10 minutes. Add the apple, vinegar, and brown sugar. Cook the cabbage stirring frequently until it is done as youlike, roughly 7 minutes, season, stir in caraway seed if desired. Serve this cabbage hot or cold and ground coarsely Instant Chocolate Pudding 12 oz'. semisweet chocolate chips, chopped into chip sized bits 1/2. C. sugar 3 large eggs 1 tsp. vanilla 1/8 tsp. salt 1 C. scalded milk, whipped cream or cool whip for topping In a blender place the chocolate, sugar, eggs, vanilla and salt. Pour the hot milk over all and blend the * mixture for one minute. Pour in serving dishes, chill at least 1 hour before serving. Serve with whipping cream or cool whip. Serves 8 Until next time, “Dell” Microwave and stove: If your microwave is mounted above the stove, consider moving it to a countertop. This makes it safer and easier to reach. And if you’re 1 concerned, about.»qu .wife.re- a , - ring to turn the stove an, stall to prevent a fire. See cook— stop.com, stoveguardintlcom and pioneeringtechcom for some dif- ferent options. If you’re looking to upgrade some of your appliances too, here are some different senior-friendly features you should look for when shopping. Refrigerator and freezer: Side- by—side doors work well for seniors because the frequently used items (refrigerated and frozen) can be placed at mid-shelf range for easy access. Pullout adjustable height shelves and a water/ice dispenser on the outside of door are also very convenient. Stove or cooktop: Look for one with controls in the front so you won’t have to reach over hot bum— ers to turn it off, and make sure the controls are easy to see. Flat surface electric or induction burners, or continuous grates on gas stoves are also great for sliding heavy pots and pans from one burner to the next. And ask about automatic shut off burners. Oven: Self-cleaning ovens are a plus, and consider a side-swing door model. They’re easier to get into because you don’t have to lean over a hot swing-down door. Also consider a wall—mounted oven, in— stalled at your wife’s preferred height to eliminate bending. Dishwasher: Consider a dish— washer drawer that slides in and out, and is installed on a 6 to 10- inch raised platform. These re- quire less bending to load and, un— load. Washer and dryer: Front—load washers and dryers with pedestals that raise the height 10 to 15 inch- es are also back-savers and easy to access. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Sen- ior: PO. Box 5443, Norman. OK 73070, or vis— it Suvvi'Senionorg. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today Show and author of "The .S‘avvy Senior hook. ‘“ Hours: 9—6 . Sat. 9-12 there are automatic stotIe shut—off ‘ devrces you can purchase and in- FORT JACKSON, SC. U.S. Army National Guard Pvt. Devin E. Flanders has graduated from ba- sic infantry training at Fort Jack— son, S.C. During the nine weeks Oftrain- ing. the soldier studied the Army mission. history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and cere— mony, marching, rifle marksman— ship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises. Flanders is the son of Jason and Michelle Flanders of Minto, N.D. He is a 2015 graduate of Minto High School, Minto, ND. “That’s been a great experience,” she said. She worked as a trainer with the USA Swim Team in Athens, Greece. in the 2000 Swimming World Short Course Championships, the 2001 Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia, and the 2002 Pan Pacific Cham— pionships in Yokohama, Japan. Her favorite part on the job as a physical therapist has been “meet- ing all the different people and with that, trying to help them so they have a better quality oflife.” Her transition to the staff at First C are has been a good one and she said she is excited about the chances available to grow within the pro— gram and the area itself. “I just enjoy meeting everyone here. Everyone has been so nice ~— coworkers and patients alike." ATTENTION SUNFLOWER GROWERS The North Dakota Oilseed Council sunflower election for Walsh County will take place at 6:00 PM on December 15, 2015, during the Annual Crop Improve- ment Association meeting at the Park River Legion, 108 St E, Park River, ND. ELECTION Anyone who has planted Sunflowers in 2015 or intends to plant in 2016 and is a participat- ing producer who resides in the county is eligible and encouraged to vote. For more information contact the North Dakota Oilseed Council at (101) 328-5107 Coming to lllli LlIlIC llllillllll': in Park River sum wars: The Force Awakens OPENING on December 17 at 10:15 .m.l Come in costume or come see the cos umes! Special souvenir popcorn buckets! December 18 and 19 at 7‘ pm. December 20 at 2 pm. Saturday, December 19 at 2 pm. SPEcllll matinee oi the original STAR WARS (1977) in honor of Tom Larson’s Birthday! ln-County $34 - Out-of-County $38 ' Out-of-State $42 P.0. Box 49 Park River ND 58270 So Much...So Close! Pembina County Memorial Hospital Wedgewood Manor Sign on BONUS CNAs LPNs We are currently in need of the following positions: Occupational Therapist LPNs, CNAs, RNs Cook/dietary aide flex time Patient Transport Technician 24 hrs per wk every other Saturday Minimum Requirements or ability to be trained: Healthcare CPR Certified Nurse Assistant GREAT BENEFIT PACKAGE!- Apply online: www.cavalierhospital.com or contact Human Resources at 701 -265—6308 for more information. Your Professional Prescription Service We otter. . . Mail-Out Prescriptions Delivery Service Blood Pressure Screening Photo Kiosk - 10% off Sr. Citizen Discount Zoovio Video Dealer - Gifts Hallmark Cards Drive-up Window ; J Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River - 701—284-7676 Drayton Drug Drayton - 701 454-3831 Hours: M-F 8:30—5