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Valley News and Views Page 5 April 25th, 2013 ecipes, Cooking Tips and Coupons by Janet Tharpe Treat Mom to Cheesy Baked Egg Dish Warm, creamy and positively delicious, this impressive baked egg dish has a secret - it's easy-as-pie to prepare! Home cook Kimberly Kolligs learned this recipe from her mother-in-law. Tucked inside each cup is bacon, fresh mozzarella, a whole egg and a drizzle of cream, just the right combo to dazzle Morn on Mother's Day...or any day[ See step-by-step photos of Kimberly's recipe plus thousands of other recipes for Morn at: www.justapinch. com/bakedeggs You'll also find a meal planner, coupons and chances to win! Enjoy and remember to use "just a pinch"... -Janet "This is the easiest recipe but everyone says 'wow' when they see it!" I(imberly Kolligs, Aberdeen, MD (pop. 14,959) Puddin Place Baked Eggs What You Need 4 slices bacon, cooked and cut in pieces 4 slices fresh mozzarella, cut in pieces 4 eggs 1 c heavy cream paprika, salt & pepper, to taste (optional) Directions Preheat oven to 375 degrees E Lightly butter four ramekins. Put bacon in a circle around edges and add mozzarella on top of bacon. Gently add egg to center without breaking yolks, then gently spoon about 1/4 c cream over each.Salt and pepper lightly, and/or sprinkle with paprika. Bake in oven about 10 min. Center should "shake" when done but not "swim!" Kimberly Kolligs, Aberdeen, MD (pop. 14,959) www.justapinch.com/ bakedeggs 2011 Just A Pinch Recipe Club. Brought to you by American Hometown Media Used by Permission. April 24th, 1891 Drayton Echo Chariton, Ia., runs its own electric lighting, keeping aglow 1300 16-candle power lamps all night and every night, at a cost of $3.15 per light per year. EQ. Stuart, the mayor, so officially reports. The cost of the plant was $20,733. The steamer Alsop arrived at this point from Grand Forks last Friday noon, on her first trip of the season down Red river. She had in tow three barges which were taken down to the Joliette elevator and loaded with wheat. Sunday the steamer and barges passed Up the river to Grand Forks with a cargo of 20,000 bushels of wheat. All the wheat in the Joliette elevator will be shipped before the boats begin loading from the elevators on the Red at this point. The Alsop is in good trim for her season's work. The Steamer Alsop and barges arrived down the river from Grand Forks Wednesday evening, with a cargo of wood for Fort Pembina. From the Pembina she came back up the river to the Joliette elevator after another cargo of wheat. R. J. Ferguson has invested in a bicycle. He is having more fun learning to ride it than breaking a bronco. A meeting to consider the advisability of celebrating Arbor Day by planting trees in Drayton, will be held at A.P. Buchannan's on this (Friday) evening at 8 p.m. All citizens are invited to attend. Dr. J.T. Reid has a communication in this week's Echo which strikes the root of the unhealthful condition of our community, and the reform suggested should be sought after with much diligence on the part of all property owners of the town. Clean up should be the watch-word. Everything is favorable to the improvement of our sanitary condition, and no excuse exists for neglect. May 2nd, 1913 Drayton Echo The Eight Grade graduating class met last week to organize officers and are Merle Gilroy, president, Lillie Goff, vice president and Agnes Murray, Secy. The motto is "Rowing, not Drifting". They have begun work on their program. The disc harrow is getting to be the most important tool on the farm and is being used for many purposes. The best farmers are practicing discing before plowing. A crew of men are at work repairing the loading platform in this city. As soon as the work is completed we will have aver respectable looking depot. April 28, 1933 Red River Valley Leader Seeding and field work have been progressing fast in this section this week, with cool and dry weather prevailing. With grain prices advancing and promises of a "new deal" for agriculture, there is a note of optimism in the air as farmers go about preparing the soil and planting. Baseball got off to a start in Drayton last Sunday, when about twenty candidates for the team turned out to the first practice of the season. Management of the team is temporarily in charge of Rudy Schmalenberg and Johnnie Remme. A permanent manager for the organization will be chosen at a meeting to be held some time soon, according to Schmalenberg. Students of the Drayton High School participated in declamation, oratory, music and typing at the district contests held last Friday at the University. Of these entries Raymond Bellamy won first place in the boys' humorous reading section. which would entitle him to compete in the state contests, had they not be discontinued this year as an economy measure. April 30th, 1943 Red River Valley Leader The Army Duck sent here to help with rescue operations left here to go to Pembina. The duck with two outboard motor boats for reconnaissance work operated over a territory 30 miles long and from two to ten miles wide. Two hundred and ninety-five head of cattle, hogs and horses were moved by the duck and by boat. In addition several thousand dollars worth of personal property and household goods were moved. An estimated one hundred and fifty people were transported by water to the local hospital or doctor's office for medical attention.. Train service was resumed last Saturday evening when the passenger train from the south made its way across the flood stricken area. The water in the Raney- Bondy co. store building reached the depth of nine feet. Mr. Raney stated that according to his figures. there were more than 50,000 gallons of water in it when the river was at its highest peak. April 26th, 1956 Drayton Leader The Red River stood at approximately two feet above the unofficial flood stage at Drayton Wednesday with the expected crest still to come. The Red measured 34.7 ft. at noon Wednesday. The murky waters were spread out for a aquarter of a mile west of the new bridge at Robbin and waves were lapping at the edge of the west highway approac h t the bridge. Hungry burglars gained entrance to the Drayton high school Monday night and flied themselves a batch of eggs and drank two bottles of milk in the Home Economics room. Little of value was taken by the thieves in their nocturnal prowl about the school however, school authorities found only two flashlights and less than $2 in change missing. Two Drayton students were listed on the promotion list released by the Air ROTC department at the University of North Dakota. Ralph W. Sirek was promoted to Cadet Technical Sergeat: and Harold B. Herseth was promoted to Airman First Class. April 26th, 1973 Drayton Express Mr. and Mrs. Herb Stegman announced this week that they are holding a "Grand Opening" of their local Dairy Queen this Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28. They are celebrating the completion of a recent remodeling project which included the raising of the roof portion and adding a 16' X 28' dining area I front which is tastefully decorated and will offer inside seating, a 14' X 30' kitchen area was also added along with some equipment. Drayton residents injured in accidents this past weekend were Jim Gebur, instructor at the Drayton School. was hit by a passing motorist when he stopped at the scene of an accident near Webster, N.D. receiving facial injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Tuttle were driving in the Bemidji, Minn., area andwereinvolved ina two-car accident. Both were hospitalized and since released. "A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way," Mark Twain A Chronicle of Red River Steamboating Part 36 By K. C. Gardner, Jr. 1893 April 16--Captain Bruce Griggs was preparing the Alsop for the upcoming navigation season. An announcement on April 21 said that Captain Alexander Griggs was running his steamer The City of Ellensburg on the upper Columbia River from Wenatchee, WA, to Lake Chelan and Okanogan. April 24--Red River ice carried away part of the Minnesota & Northern river elevator's tramway at Drayton. The Selkirk was reported to have steamed into Grand Forks for the first time that season, but that report was not true since the Selkirk had sunk in 1887. April 26--Red River Valley pioneer Charles Cavileer said that bad floods had occurred in 1852, 1861, 1872, and 1882, with the worst one being that of May 1852 when the river was twenty to thirty miles wide in places. The high water lasted five weeks. April 26--The Alsop left Grand Forks with miscellaneous freight for Belmont, where the M&N elevator unloaded wheat into the steamer's barges. Commodore Penniston was on board. April 29--The Alsop returned to Grand Forks with 7000 bushels of wheat from Belmont, where 20,000 bushels had been lost to the flood. April 30--The ice broke on the Red River at Winnipeg, the latest date in twenty-one years. May 2- -The Alsop was in Grand Forks from the Big Woods Landing twenty-five miles downriver; it had 8000 bushels of wheat from the M&N elevator there. May 4--The Alsop left Grand Forks to pick up wheat at Belmont; the government dredges were being readied for service. May 8--The Alsop came into Grand Forks from upriver with wheat, sailing directly over the Northern Pacific tracks in order to get to a suitable location to unload. May 9--The Alsop was loading wheat at a point on the Minnesota side opposite Drayton [Robbin?]. An M&N grain warehouse nearly opposite where the Forest River joined the Red was demolished by the flood. May 16--The Alsop steamed into Grand Forks. An announcement on May 16 said that the M&N elevator opposite Drayton [Robbin?] contained 15,000 bushels of wheat. The flood waters were eight feet up on the building, which had sunk about four inches. It was feared that when the flood receded both the building and its contents would be lost. May 20--The Alsop arrived in Grand Forks from the north with several hundred cords of wood. May 21--The Alsop headed south out of Grand Forks for wheat. !i!!!ii KC's Column Continued From Page 4 basketball team, had the role of Cinderella in the Drayton-St. Thomas entry in the Regional One-Act Play Contest, "Twice Upon A Time," is a member of the DHS StudenThe intent of the Medical Director of the Year Award is to recognize an EMS Medical Director who has contributed to the provision, development and improvement of prehospital care and EMS education in their communities. t Council, is on the Titans girls' track team, and if and when the snow melts plans to be on the girls' golf team. This is Taylor's second selection as Student of theWeek, having been chosen for Nov. 13- 16, 2012. 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