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Page 6 February 28th, 2013 Valley News & Views Timeless Recipes Send Us One Of Your Favorite Recipes and A Little Tidbit About It and You Could Win $1,000,000.00 (If you purchase a lottery ticket and manage to hit on it.) Since it seems everyone was either too shy or too busy to send us a recipe this week, I've been forced to go back in history once again to see how we ate in the days of old. Every other week in the 1913 Drayton Echo, they published recipes. Some of them sound pretty good so I share them... I think it proves that not only truth, but a good snack will stand the test of time. Mocha Gems Cream two teaspoons of butter and one of sugar, add one egg well beaten. Mix one cup of coffee and half a cup of milk, add it alternately with one and one-half cups of flour mixed and sifted with one and one-half teaspoons of baking powder and one- half teaspoon of salt. Then beat in one cup of rolled oats. Pour into hot buttered gem pans and bake twenty minutes in a hot oven. All Coming His Way Joseph Harrison a rancher, who was awakened by the doctor at 4 o'clock in the morning to rock his new born twin boys to sleep, went out to the barn to do his early chores where he stumbled over a new-born calf, and just after sunrise his blooded brood sow give birth to a litter of six pigs. Not to be outdone, a setting hen hatched out eleven little chicks, and a pigeon hatched out two squabs. Harrison says he is going to shoot the family cat. From the Grand Junction (Cola) Dispatch to N.Y. World. Theme Crossword Name That Sport Answers On Page_ 8 CROSSWORD i 3 27 Nil 58 m i n 6 7 8 14 17 21 24 29 38 46 5O 54 6O 65 66 69 72 18 32 39 61 67 ] 70 73 if you could save $522 ... why wotJh00r,'1 you?* Call 1-866-929-9071 to get your fast, free car insurance quote. ep ed so,ngs by 5wi chin 9 to E'Jro "v e betwee ! / /(, cd /1,/]O on AJ|e' NORTH DAKOTA'S LARGEST!! ACROSS 1. Money under mattress, e.g. 6. Convex and used for cooking 9. Practice in the ring 13. Male contessa 14. 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It's often there for life 2. Vegan's protein choice 3. Soon, to a bard 4. What bee did 5. Roman Sol 6. American Revolution supporter 7. Propel, in a way 8. Uniform shade 9. Evening in Italy 10. Everglades deposit 11. Chips, perhaps 12. Pastrami holder 15. Decline 20. Pirate's necklace 22. __ Wednesday 24. Marie Antoinette's garments 25. Muslim ruler honorific 26. Insect, post- metamorphosis 27. Laundry booster 29. Jimi Hendrix' " Lady" 31. Formally surrender 32. Wedding cake layers 33. Icy hut 34. *Bobby Fischer's game 36. Civil War headgear 38. *Subject of "A Good Walk Spoiled" 42. Like kale and spinach greens 45. Live in a tent 49. Caught 51. Did this to one's world 54. Bundle of axons 56. Taken to field in baseball 57. *a.k.a. "the sport of kings" 58. Mojito, _ __ drink 59. Coal unit 60. Copper coin 61. Eye part 62. Adam's apple spot 63. Gangster's pistols 64. Communications regulator 66. Stumblebum Weekly Sudoku Solution On Page 8 suelm MEt & Ask AImISIE BAT kasbdlaUma! cm -m-n A 8 7 1 4 1 3 5 8 7 649 341 2 5 6 5 7 826 3 9 6 9 FiR In ,t; blank squete in fhe t, mdng sure th41f every row, column and 3-by.3 box lncJude all diIts ,  P. The guy who invented the first wheel was an idiot The 9uy who invented the other three, he was a gemus. -Sid Caesar 2013 RED RIVER VALLEY 48th Annual SPORTSMEN'S BOAT, CAMPING & VACATION SHOW......._.,...., AT THE FAR(;OI)()MI'." Boat Show Camping Show Outdoor Equipment Show Travel Show Family Fun Showl March 7-10 www.FargoSportShow.com Thuay Friday Mosfly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy 24/II 27/12 3141.161718191.q t,+l 0-2: Ix,w, 3-5: Mtxk.raw. 6-7: High. 8- I O: Ve, High. I I.+,: Extreme EMxsure How high can hailstone   accumulation b [ Feb. 28. 1988 - Thunderstorms ill California produced severe weather Last during the early morning hours. Strong 3/4 thunderstorm winds, gusting to 74 mph, downed trees in the Sacramento area, Unseasonably mild weather prevailed New in the northwestern United States. 3/11 Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Partly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy 28 / 15 28 / 18 29/21 25 / 14 24/ 11 l'oday we will see mostly cloudy skies with a high temperature of 24 , humidity of 73%. North wind 8 mph. The record high temperature :for today is 51 set in 2000. Expect mostly cloudy skies tonight with an overnight low of 1 t". The record low for tonight is -35 set in 1962. Fdday, skies will Ix  mostly cloudy with a high tempelature of 27 , humidity of 68%. Skies will be mostly cloudy Friday night with an overnight low of 12 . Expect partly cloudy skies Saturday with a high temperature of 28 , Skies will become mostly cloudy Sunday with a high temperature of 28 . Pe Tim Peak Times AM EM 1 AM PM Thu 12:52-2:52 1:22-3:22 Men 4:29-6:29 4:59-6:59 Fri 1:42-3:42 2:12-4:12 Tee 5:2%7:27 5:57-7:57 Sat 2:36-4:36 3:06-5:()6 Wed 6:26-8:26 6:56-8:56 Sun 3:31-5:31 4:01-6:01 www. WhatsOurWeather.com i Thu -- Fri Sat Sun Moil Tue Wed Sunrise Sun.r   7:11 a.m. 6:12 p,m, 10:01 p.m. 8:04a.m.  First 7:09 a.m. 6:13 p.m, I I: 14 p.m. 8:34 a.m. 3/19 7:07 a.m. 6:15 p.m. No Rise 9:09 a.m. 7:05 a.m 6:16 p.m. 12:27 a.m. 9:50 a.m. 7:03 a.m. 6:18 p.m. 1:35 a.m, I 0:40 :l.m. Full 7:01 a.m, 6:20 p.m. 2:37 a.m, I1:38 a.m. }/. 3/27 6:59 a.m, 6:21 p.m. 3:31 a.m. 12:44 p.m. Feb. 29, 1988 - "Leap Day" proved to be a wet one for Southern California. )la.tg [i   1 with 4.76 inches of rain reported at 2/19 -6 -17 24/7 0.00" Tommys Creek in Venlura County. 2/20 5 -20 24/7 0.00" Sixteen cities in the central and 2t2t 18 0 24/8 0,00" western United States reported record 2/22 18 5 25/8 0.00" high temperatures for the date 2/23 21 16 25/8 0.00" 2/24 21 t 0 25/9 0.00" 2/25 25 1 26/9 0.00" Farmer's Growing Degree Days Date Degree Days 2/19 0 2/23 0 2/20 0 2/24 0 2/21 0 2/25 0 2/22 0 ( ;rwing degvex dys are kak,ed b) iakhlg tl'  erage 1,2t ytl3Cdll.llE t'O' Ilt" flay ar, d btmctmg  t,a ternlx7,tlre 50 de;grees) f ram the a erage to asses boy, ,nLv or(^ gd; .',s Ie t n*i. Subscribe To the Valley News and Views Only $30 In County - $35 Out of County Fill in Form Below and Mail To: Valley News and Views PO Box 309 Drayton, ND 58225 Questions? 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