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i , DECEMBER 19, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 00ooo,00, tlight / / The men :hants below are X proud to ann ,.qweA00ee FUNORMSE00 PARK Rwee The Park River Library will be promoting Crazy Christmas Sweaters f 21. The goal is l Imagination Library being encouraged to per person wearing All proceeds will g( Librar or a Cause on Friday, Dec. o raise money for the program. Businesses are 3articipate by donating $10 a crazy sweater that day. ) toward the Imagination y program. Park River coumv PO BOX 49 284-6333 3°lc°u'ty R°a00 002a/I DAmSA lSJIM Park River Ii-00dll00l00,O00ll|00VI , Implement " " 284-6316 1_ Adams 944-2231 'l]ll, .. Grafton ,352-3668 /l/FIRST UNITED Michigan 259-2112 Bank&lnsurance Hoop-le 8946123 Crystal ~ 657-'2168 : 2-- 110 4th St. E  -- Park River r ", 284-7221 i Jim's Super Vadl,, 284-6433 0, 101 3rd St. W i Park River For all your dinner needs! i Dining with Dell Merry Christmas!! Holiday treats are always a winner when something different is made; like popcorn balls, cands; etc. This dark fudge candy recipe is good and makes a nice batch of candy. Dark Fudge 3 C. sugar • 1/3 C. light corn syrup • 1 C. canned milk • 1/2 C. chopped nuts • 3 squares chocolate • 4 Tbsp. butter • 1 tsp. vanilla Mix sugar, syrup, milk and chocolate in saucepan. Stir over low heat until all is completely dissolved. Increase the heat and boil to the soft ball stage. Cool to luke warm; beat in vanilla, butter and nuts. Beat until thick. Pour into an 8 in. pan. Cut into squares desired. Popcorn Balls 1 C. white syrup • ½ C. sugar • 1 Tbsp. butter • !A tsp. soda • 1 tsp. cream of tarter • 4 qts. Popped corn Boil syrup and sugar to soft ball stage. Add butter, soda, cream of tartar and stir until it fizzes up. Pour over corn and stir and mold with buttered hands, forming balls. (Makes 16) Caramel Corn 14 C. popped corn 2 sticks margarine • 2 C. brown sugar • 1/2 C. white syrup • 1/2 tsp. salt • 1/2 tsp. soda • 1/4 tsp. cream of tartar • 1 C. peanuts In a saucepan, put the margarine, brown sugar and syrup and boil for 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Quickly add salt, soda, cream of tartar, and peanuts. Stir well and pour over the 14 cups of popped corn and stir well. Put all in a large roaster and bake at 250 degrees for 1 hour, stir every 15 minutes. Remove and put on wax paper. When cool, break into pieces. Cream Caramels 2 C. sugar • 2 C. white Karo syrup • 2 C. half and half cream •  C. butter ° Chopped pecans (optional) In a medium saucepan at 250 degrees cook all the ingredients except the nuts, pour into a 9 in. square pan, buttered well. When cool, cut into squares and wrap in waxed paper. Until next time "Dell" Do you want your news noticed? Do you or your group have a story to tell? We're here to help. Contact The Press: (701)284-6333 : : DOG OWNERS Dog Licenses are Due January 1, 2013 Delinquent March 1, 2013 Licenses May Be Obtained at the City Auditor's Office, Park River Veterinary Clinic • Golden Valley Veterinary Service Agassiz Animal Hospital Neutered Male/Spayed Female- $2 Male - Female - $5 Proof of Rabies Vaccination Must be Shown At Time of License Purchase CITY OF PARK RIVER Tom Larson, City Auditor AT AgE The Press will - weddings, anniversaries, ,u CELES00ZAr00N00? It your announcements 00ilestone birthdays, babies- free of charge Small fee applies or open house invitations Park Court All Private NOW Call /\\;] i lease signing) IBrApts - Park River .... paid Based** with NO STEPS v! 701-331-3826 701-352-2275 Managed by Management CITY OF PARK RIVER DOG CONTROL ORDINANCE REFRESHER Running at large prohibited. No owner or keeper of a dog shall permit such dog to run at large at any time upon the streets, public places, public ways, school grounds, or upon the premises of any person other than the owner or keeper of such dog. Dogs declared to be a nuisance. Any dog is hereby de- clared a public nuisance within the City of Park River which, 1) shall frighten, annoy, bark at, or chase any person or vehicle, or 2) shall by loud and frequent yelping, barking, or howling annoy any person, or 3) shall, if a female dog, be in heat, or 4) shall destroy any property not the property of the owner or keeper, or 5) shall not have been inoculated against rabies if over six (6) months of age, or 6) shall not have a collar and license tag when required. The owner or keeper thereof shall be subject to penalty not exceeding Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or by imprison- ment not to exceed thirty (30) days, or by both, for each such offense. A copy of the full Park River Dog Control Ordinance is avail- able at the City Auditor's Office. Lankin Legion Auxiliary news By Loretta McLaughlin LANKIN, N.D. -- The Lankin Legion Auxiliary met on Monday, Dec. 3 for their meeting and Christmas Party. The evening started with a 7pm Christmas supper with the Legion members as quests. Then we held our lneeting. President Pain Jallo called the meeting to order followed by the opening Christmas prayer by Trudy Wippler followed by the regular rituals. Lucille Ward won the attendance prize. Loretta McLaughlin won the all members drawing. Minutes and Treasurers reports were given. Our Veterans party was cancelled due to bad weather. Otlr mid winter reports are filled and completed. We served the meal for Clarence Trenda's funeral. Workers were Carol Jallo, Amy Grabanski, Deb Karas, Irene Hodek and Pare Jallo. We are sending a donation to the Schuster thmily in Minto. We are very proud to announce that our applicant Joseph Espelicn won the contest "Our Veterans are Our Stars" in Dist. 2. This was sponsored by our Dept. President as her project tbr '2_012. ltis prize was an enlarged picture and a beautiful frame with "My Hero" carved on it. We received a thank you from Joe and Irene thanking us for choosing Joe tbr the contest. Please note- The Lankin Legion and Auxiliary will be starting our monthly meetings one hour earlier in the next three inonths. We will start at 7 pm January, February, and March. Being no furlher business, Trudy read the closing prayer and Pain adjourned the meeting. Auxiliary members exchanged Christmas gifts and the Legion members joined us in playing Bingo. Prizes were awarded to the winners. The evening was enjoyed by all. Thank you, Merry Christmas, Editor:s" Note: McLaughlin is secremo; fi)r the Lankin American Legion AzLriliay Unit 15 7. Park River Bible Camp plans New Year's Blast event PARK RIVER, N.D. m The Park River Bible Camp invites 9- 12 grade youth to attend our New Year's Blast on December 3 l-Jan- uary 1. Join us for a great night of praising God, spending time with fiiends and participating in epic games of basketball and dodge ball. The cost is $20 if registered by De- cember 21, $25 after. For more in- tbmation call us at (701)284-6795, email us at goprbc@polarcomln. coin, or visit our website at www.parkriverbiblecamp.org. Words cannot express how blessed and thankful we feel to everyone who has shared in Bridgette's journey with cancer. No act of kindness has been left unnoticed. Thank you to all who called visited, sent cards and especially for all your prayers. Thank you to the NPR for ,.,,theov and, care you have shown to our family/Wih,the benefitsput on and all the time iv nto s, You bave been more than understanding of what it takes to walk this journey. Thank you doctors and nurses at Altru, Altru Cancer Center, First Care, and Rochester for the excellent medical care given to Bridgette. Your caring natures had gone above and beyond always. She had come to love you all and called you her angels. Without a doubt, everyone's love and concern made this journey more bearable. Bridgette put up a very courageous fight and we have been told, has been an inspiration to many. In the end, God's mercy prevailed and she was called home to be with her Lord. Cancer did not win. Thank you, Father Sam, for your love and spiritual care given to Bridgette and our family. Your kind words and prayers at Bridgette's funeral captured the spiriL of her perfectly. Thank you to all who had a part in the prayer service and funeral- Dana Tisdale and Brent Hermans for the beautiful music, ushers, and altar servers. Thank you to St. Joseph's Church and Altar Society for the delicious dinner after the funeral. Thanks to all who sent flowers, gave cards and memorials, brought food to our house and the funeral. Your outpouring of generosity and love was truly overwhelming. Please forgive us if we have left anyone out as it is not our intention. We truly appreciate everyone and everything. With the blessing of the Christmas season upon us, we are comforted by the promise God has given us. Who so ever believes in this promise will feast with Him in heaven. We know Bridgette is at that very table. Merry Christmas and May God Bless You as he has blessed us so abundantly with friends and family. Love, Randy, Hope and Jace Judy and Herman Bosh Heidi and John Gustafson and family Gretchen and Darren Asperheim and family Avis Jehlicka Melanie and Jim Pokrzwinski and family