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tt 10 Section A - The Oakes Times, Thursday, November 27,2003 2; i: TER 16 S 5xu ST., OAK :S STORE: 742-2174 " Dr:H: 742-2195 ;tore Hours: Mon - Sat - 7 am - 9 pm Sunday & Holidays: l0 am - 8 pm IF YOUR CHECK OUR PLANS CALL DELl FOR FRUIT DEPARTMENT 1~ i.,;:~f,7 ~" FOR DELICIOUS " PL 4 (7" CA RMEL ROLLS YOUR & HOMEMADE ORDERS SO UPS.t EARLY! Savev named an All-American Scholar 7J _ < The United States Achieve- ~vhich is pul lishcd nati wJall), ~ , ~77::7 ~ ~;'2 !" 7°i ment Academy announced that "Recognizing and supporting : >t:' Kori Savey from Oakes, N.D. our youth is more important than has been named an All-American ever before in America's history. Scholar. The USAA has established the All-American Scholar Award Program to offer deserved recog- nition to superior students who excel in the academic disciplines. The All-American Scholars must earn a 3.3, or higher, grade point average. These are awards few students can ever hope to attain. Karl, who attends Oakes High Schtrol, will appear in the All- American Scholar Yearbook, Certainly. I lnited States Achieve- mentAcademy winners should be congratulated and appreciated for their dedication to excellence and achievement," said Dr. George Stevens, Executive Director of the lJniled States Achievement Academy. K~wi. i~ the l)anghter of l ,ucina Savey from ()akes and the late l,onnie Savey. The grandparents arc Virginia Schmaltz and Sharon and l,es Savey, all from Oakes. U ,7 receives i A check for $10,200 was donated to the Oakes Park Board for the Swimming Pool Fund. raiser was held, "Splash into the Holidays". The resort accommodations were donated by the Nagala family and air fare was donated by Oakes Women in Action and Oakes Community Club. Shown in i the photo are: (I-r) Park Board members, Ann Zetocha and Tim Salberg; Vik and Jay Nagala; Oakes | Women in Action member, Janell Mayer; and Oakes Community Club member Jeff Wiek. I , p oto by uo,, Junior Duck, all it's quacked up to be! The Federal Junior Duck Stamp in kindergarten through grade 12 to Program is soaring high in schools create waterfowl art. Last year over throughout the United States. 700 youngsters in North Dakota Students designing stamps which learned the importance of wetland feature ducks, swans and/or geese environments to waterfowl and have created a big splash in the pond other wildlife while participating in of adult stamp designers." the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Art This is the eleventh year North Contest. Dakota has participated in the The deadline for this years contest contest. Already teachers have is March 15, 2004. North Dakota responded enthusiastically to the students' Junior Duck Stamp design challenge of assisting their students entries will be judged in March Flags • Robes • Clocks • Nascar • Towels = • Pennants = • Stockings • Diecast Cars • Sports Cards • Bobble Heads = • NFL, NBA, NHL = • License Plates • Golf Accessories = * FiberOptic Lamps == • NFL & College Ties • NFL & MLB Dart Boards • NFL & MLB Pubs & Stools = • Checkbook Covers & Wallets = • Autographed Sports Plaques 3001 6th Ave. SE • Aberdeen, SD to com o. ,, 605-725-ZONE (9663) Fd 10 - 7 • Sat. 10 - 6 • S~tn~ 11 - 5 2004 by a panel of five judges from the wildlife and art community. One hundred ribbons and prizes are awarded in four age groups and a State Best of Show design is chosen. The first, second, and third place winners will win a trip to Bismarck in April complete with hotel accommodations to attend an awards banquet in their honor. Every school in Noah Dakota should have received their Jr. Duck Stamp information. If you know of a talented young artist who would be interested call Kristine Askerooth at 701--724-3598 for an enffy form or get it off the intemet at SHEYENNE VALLEY CHIROPRACTIC Turkey recipes- kindergarten styl The following recipes on Tv KERS'rlNG: YOU put it illthe brown then you eat it. how to cook your Thanksgivingoven for 2 minutes. ZAC ROEHRICU: YOU grill turkey were submitted by the MA'FrHEW KUWERS: YOU cook for 10 minutes at very hot. Robin kindergarten class of it with a ham in the oven for 7 JEFFREY SCHEFFERT: Mrs. Ann Zetocha at the Oakeshours, chop it up, then you cook it i~ Elementary School. ALEX LAZIER: My Morn t'x~t for 8 seconds. JORDAN ALDRICIt: YOu cook it cooks it first, for 5 minutes, then LACEY SCHMITZ: My in a pan. Then you bake it. You she puts rice in it. Grandma cook it in the oven bake it at a lot! JAvoo~ LEieR: My Morn 8 minutes at 7 degrees. ASHLFY BERRETII: My Morn cooks it on the stove for an hour JULIA SeIESE: My Grand bakes it in the oven, at burning at really hot. cooks it, she puts it in the hot. TaISTEN MOORE: My Morn for not very long on medium. KARI.EY ANDERSON: My dad cooks it in the microwave for 2 ADAM STENSON: My cooks the turkey, he cooks itminutes, cooks it in the oven for outside on the grill. FAITH OSBORN." You cook it minutes at until its burnt. ANGELO FIALA: Cook it in the in the oven for 10 or 15 minutes, ETliAN ZETOCHA: You stove, at 8 degrees. Then youthen you eat it. put it in the grill or the ave0, eat it. BRADY PTACEK: My Morn you get some other food KEELAN HARRIS: My i)ad cooks it she puts it in the oven likeapples and veggies, then cooks the turkey. He buys it,for 8 minutes at really hot. burn the turkey a little, then then he put it in the microwave CLARA RETZLAFF: You cook cut it and eat it. for 5 minutes, it in a pan for until it is big and Shopping for toys can be and safety device catalogs also sell . Check old and ncw exciting and fun, but it can also be choke tubes, for damage. Be aware of frustrating. There are thousands of • Be a label reader. Look for and and potential hazards, such as toys to choose from, not only in heed age recommendations and edges or small parts. A stores, but also rummage sales and safety labels, including those on or dangerous toy should be donated toys, and it's important to fabric products, stuffed toys and away or repaired immediately.' choose the right toy for the right age dolls. Toys that would be dangerous is a good iime to clean toys. child. Toy buyers can help protect for young children are required by • Stay informed of children from injury by being law to be labeled with warnings. The Consumer Product careful shoppers and following • Watch children while they play Commission (CPSC) these guidelines: to avoid injury. A toy intended for thousands of unsafe products • Choose toys according to a an older Child may be dangerous in year. To stay up to date child's age, interests and skill level, the hands of a younger child. Toys recalled products or report Look for well-made toys and follow used inappropriately can also cause or product you think is age and safety information on the injury, contact the CPSC at www.c warning labels. Protect children • Join in your child's play. Your or 800-638-2772. younger than three from choking participation adds to your child's Protecting children from on small toys or toy parts by testing fun and development and it also toys is the res them with small parts testers, also allows you to monitor the condition everyone. Careful toy seR known as a choke tube. If the item of your child's toys. and proper supervision of fits into the tube, then it is too small • Teach children to put toys away at play is still-and always for a child under three. You can after playing. Safe storage prevents the best way to protect order choke tubes from the Safe falls and other injuries. It also helps from toy-related injuries. For Kids website, www.safekids.org or maintain the safe condition of your information contact your local call 202-662-0600. Many discount child's toys and helps keep small Care Resource & Referral stores, toy stores, hardware stores toys away from younger children. Do it soyou can at her wedding. There ore ~K)me events you wouldn't miss for the world. Women's Way provides o way to pay for most early screenings like Pap tesls or Call ~oday to see if you're eli Doit for her. Do it for you. // a lI 1 v/'iX3 VVOMEN>S ,IIAy. , ’,,1’~y ,lt+~tcl ~ IOei’,i"~ ,'% ;5,+