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Valley News & Views i;iiiiii!iiiil iii:~iiil !:iiii iiiiiiii!~i!¸¸ ~i~ii~ !iiiiiiiiiil¸ !iiiiiiiiiiii! ;ilililili!¸ ¸,%¸¸ ~i?::~!~!~!!= Page 5 August 22nd, 2013 Around the Area Continued From Page I B ' Janet Thar )e Yesterday is Today At Thomas Nord Field, Pembina Garden Oddity Sightings on the Rise The garden oddity pictured above was found lurking around a garden belonging to Michelle and Pat Kohler of Drayton. It's a very healthy three headed cabbage that disappeared shortly after its picture was taken. Our first garden oddity of the summer, it's safe to assume that afien activity is on the rise in our area and the Kohler's should be added to the watch list along with Pete and Helen Byziewski, two of the most famous garden oddity collectors in our community DHS Class of 2013 Composite Placed by K.C. Gardner Above, this beau a Douglas DC-3, was parked up at Thomas Nord Field, in Pembina last weekend. It belongs to Terry Nord, son of Tom. They started building the DC-3 around 1935. American Airlines began passenger service with them on June 26th, 1936. Capable of crossing the United States in a blazing 15 hours with only three stops for refueling, it revolutionized the airline transport industry. Production of the DC-3 was ramped up for World War II, with nearly 10,000 built and put into service before the end of the war. Designated C-47 and nicknamed the Gooney Bird, they were used to tow troop-carrying gliders, drop paratroops, and haul cargo and personnel During the Korean War they carried troops, dropped paratroops, evacuated wounded, conducted search and rescue and dropped flares for night bombing. In Viet Nam they were put back into service as a transport as well as a variety of other missions including gunship (Puff the Magic Dragon), electronic reconnaissance and psychological warfare. In 1999 there were still over 400 of the aircraft being used commercially for such things as aerial spraying, freight transport, sight seeing, sky diving, missionary flying and even a little military transport. In it's later years it was called a "collection of parts, flying in formation." When you consider production of the aircraft ended over 65 years ago, with production of the civil model ending in 1942 and the military version in 1945, they've been around a while and are still gorgeous. A magnificent piece of engineering, they have truly stood the test of time. The composite picture for the DHS Class of 2013 has been hung in the school It was completed and framed by Tweten's Photography in Grafton and contains the ten graduates, the date of their graduation, the class colors, and the class flower. iii!¸iii ~ ~ # Sharing Hometown Recipes, Cooking Tips and Coupons Liven Up Labor Day with Luscious Lemonade Cake Looking for a dessert that packs a punch in the taste department'? Give home cook Jan Knowles's Luscious Lemonade Cake a try. Combining the freshness of lemonade with the sweetness of homemade cake, this recipe is the perfect addition to your Labor Day barbecue. (Jet ready to make some great summertime memories! See step-by-step photos of Jan's recipe plus thousands more from home cooks nationwide at: www,j ustapineh.eom/lemoneake You'll also find a meal planner, coupons and chances to win! Enioy and remember, use '•just a pinch"... Luscious f_____ I Lemonade Cake What You Need juice CAKE: Food coloring, if desired 1 box moist lemon cake mix 1 small vanilla yogurt• Follow cake mix (individual size) directions and add 2 tbsp real lemon juice, 1 small container of not concentrated vanilla yogurt. Add 2 tbsp of lemon juice. FROSTING: • Pour cake mix into 2 1 lb powdered sugar, round cake pahS, ind p/us 2 cups follow directions on 1/2 stick real butter,the box. You may also either use 9x 13 pan (adjust salted or unsalted time according to boxfrosting in, then add 1/4 c softened cream directions), a bit ol7 food coloring cheese Cool cake completely;to each cup to make i/4 c milk (approx.) For round cake, "dustdecorating colors.) 1 i/4 tbsp real lemon off any loose crumbs.• Decorate as desired. Submitted by: Jan Knowles, Sandy, UT (pop. 87,461) • Make frosting by creaming together butter and cream cheese. Add about 2 cups of powdered sugar at a time, alternating with a small amount of milk. • When frosting is stiff, add the lemon juice. If desired, add food coloring to make a color. (1 take small cups and put the plain color American Hometown Media Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone• The people themselves are its only safe depositories• -Thomas Jefferson Down Our Street Continued From Page 3 August 17th, Jim and daughter Mollie. Tyler and Sheila visited Everett and Christie McFarland and Jan Aasand at their children son Asher also joined their Chris and Becky (Aasand) Mother. Aahh...I have Pederson'slake home on so many fond childhood Leas Lake. memories attending August 16th: Lorna Bluewater Bible Camp. McFarland and family spent August 17th: A baby the weekend at Bluewater shower for Marlene Bates Bible Camp near Park Rapids, grand daughter Joni Bestrom Minnesota. Daughters was held at Tisdale Manor. Melanie McFarland, Crystal Nina (Bates) Hanson and (McFarland) Beckman and Suzanne (Bates) Johnson and daughter Taylor were among those attending. Various finger sandwiches and desserts were served. August 19th: Birthday cake was shared by Ruth Tully, 86 and Marlene Bates, 79 at Tisdale Manor. Suzanne (Bates) Johnson and daughter Taylor took Donald and Marlene for supper at Marketplace on 8th in Grafton. What a busy month its' been for Marlene Bates! Bowesmont Lives Continued From Page 3 afternoon. On August 16th Saralee That day Ellen Marciniak Hoselton took Jan Styles to visited Ruby Dybedal and the Sanctuary/Guest House/ her son Norill who was Tea Room in Walhalla for hospitalizedin Grand Forks. lunch for an early celebration Later that evening Steve and of Jan's birthday. Ellen Marciniak were among ThatdayRichardandGayle those at the birthday party McConnell visited Mike and for Ross Landowski held at Rachel Wittrock in Fargo. Hastings Landing. Other guests for dinner and the evening were Crystal (Woinarowicz) McCants and Carla Woinarowicz of Seattle. Landon Mapel visited Mike and Judy SteUon August 16th and 17th. Saralee Hoselton was among those attending the baby shower for ]oni Burstrom held August 17th at the Tisdale Manor Dining Room. Trust your family's online security to SecureZT Plus! SecureIT Plus provides the only fully automated and guaranteed computer protection service designed to keep the computer safe for the entire family. 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