Newspaper Archive of
The Billings County Pioneer
Beach, North Dakota
July 11, 2013     The Billings County Pioneer
PAGE 6     (6 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 6     (6 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 11, 2013

Newspaper Archive of The Billings County Pioneer produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

i Page 6 Billings County Pioneer July 11, 2013 # Consider these facts about juice Sometimes when I select juice at the grocery store, I want to say; "Will the real juice please step to the:front of the shelf?." That would save me some time reading the fine print on the beverag,e labels. However, if the cartons, pouches heating apple juice to 160 degree, s will and bottles sprouted legs and jumped "pasteurize" the juice and kill harmful into my cart, I would be quite alarmed, bacteria.After heating,it can be ctailled. Selecting "real juice" requires label Enjoy juice in moderation. To boost reading• While many fruit-flavored your nutrition intake, opt for whole fruit concoctions are available, many of the more often and you might save some products are fruit-flavored, artificially calories and satisfy your appetite in the colored, sweetened water. Fruit-flav0red beverages have a va- riety of names. Some are called "cock- tails" or "punch" or "fruit drinks." Some might contain "real juice" but only at a low level, such as 5 or 10 per- process. According to the U.S• Depart- ment of Agriculture, a 3/4 cup Of whole grapes has 78 calories and a medium orange has 69 calories. Instead of drinking your fruit, try having a peach or a wedge of x~ater- cent, ° melon. Fresh peaches are 89 p~ercent Many juice products are fortified water and watermelon is 91 p~ercent water by weight. You will feel fuller from eating fiber-rich fruit than from consuming the calories in liquid form. For more information about children and juice, see the newly updated NDSU Extension Service handout "Fresh Squeezed Facts: A Parent's Guide to with vitamin C. Citrus juices, such as- orange or grapefruit, are among the few types of juice that contain this essential vitamin naturally. If you look more closely at the labels of some fruit-fla- vored beverages, you may fred that vi- tamin C is the only nutrient present in significant amounts• Excess calories ,from beverages, even healthful ones, can promote weight gain. For example, 3/4 cup of grape juice has about 115 calories, while 3/4 cup of orange juice has about 90 calories• ff you have children or grandchil- dren, you might be especially interested in the American Academy of Pediatrics' recommendations. According to their recommenda- Juice" available . at fn1644.pdf. Here is a recil that combine , fresh oranges and lettuce from your local grocery store, farmers market or your This new wheat sculpture in Rolla was dedicated to the area's pioneers, tions, parents or caregivers should limit Wheat sculpture a memorial to pioneers the juice intake of children from ages 6 • months to 6 years to 1/2 to 3/4 cup per By Molly Ramey plex project," Disrud said. "First we day (4 to 6 ounces). Children from age garden. Orange Lettuce Salad Dressing: 2 Tbsp. apple•cider vinegar 1. Tbsp. canola 0il or olive oil 1/4 c. sugar 1/4 tsp. salt DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: Reporter had to find a good place for it to be ' Turtle Mountain Star built. After that, a legal contract had ROLLA - A 40-foot sculpture of to be drawn up. A lot of people do- three stalks of wheat stands on the hated their time and talents 'to this eastern edge of the city of Rolla on project for the town. Unfortunately, Highway 5 as a memorial to the pig- there were many delays along the 1/8 tsp. paprika To make dressing, combine vinegar, oil and sugar in a saucepan and heat 7 to 18 years should drink a maximum until boiling. Remove from heat and stir of 1 to 1 1/2 cups of 100 percent juice in salt and paprika. Place inasmallcon- per day. tainer and chill before adding to salad. .Too much juice can promote weight Salad: gain, tooth decay and stomach cramps, 6 c. mixed salad greens or ro,mainel especially in young children. This pro- lettuce way. I'll see how I feel when it's com- fessional medical group promotes eat- 2 oranges, peeled and chopped pletely finished• We (the Arts Coun- ing more whole fruit than juice• 1/2 c. dried cranberries cil) are all senior citizens, so we You can dilutethe calories in frozen 1/4 c. slivered almonds (optional) probably won't do another project concentrated juice products by adding Rinse the lettuce, drain and place in like this again. We ddn't have the en- extra water when you prepare the juice, large bowl. Prepare the oranges and add ergy for it." -Think about safety when buying to bo(vl.Add cranberries and almonds if "I'm glad to see it done," said Me- juice, too. During the summer months, desired. Right before serving, drizzle Dougall. "Everybody - the stone you might find unpasteurized juice dressing over salad and toss gently to mason and the electriciarl - did nice available at farmers markets or in the mix. work on it." refrigerated sections of grocery stores• Makes eight servings. Each serving The wheat sculpture, according to All unpasteurizrd juice products has 80 calories, 2 grams (g) of fat, 1 g of Disrud, cost approximately $30,000 sold in grocery stores are required to protein, 17 g of carbohydrate, 2 g of to build. Funding for the sculpture carry warning labels stating that the fiber and 75 milligrams of sodium. came from a variety of sources. The product might contain harmful bacteria Rolla/~rts" Council wrote grants and that could cause serious illness in chil- proposals every~year to the North dren, the elderly and people with weak- Please support y0url Dakota Council on Arts ~nd received ened immune systems. For exarnple, I a total of $7,500. The Rolla Endow- local merchants ment Fund donated $4,000 every Police report year, for a total o $12,000 at the end of four years. Community organizations, businesses and individuals also do- City of Medora policereport for nated money for the sculpture. June: "To receive the grant from the Traffic: warnings, 32; citations, Montana Banking. North Dakota Council on Arts, we 10; parking tickets, 13; accidents, 1; Pure & Simple. had to convince them that the corn- motorist assists, 2; general police munity'would become more aware of calls, 10; arrests, 8; alarms, 6; thefts, We are a M0ntana-born the arts," Disrud stated. "That's the 3 (2 unfounded); animal control, (~ompany, built on western goal of any art organization. It's their 1 ;medical assists, 4; TRNP assists, 1; values, focused on creating goal and our (RollaArts Council)goal agency assists, 2; arrests: give false long-standing relationships too." information to police, 1; MIP 2, APC, 1; DUI, 2; SUl~ply liquor to minors, 2 through integrity, expertise and results. Basement and Crawl Space Join us in our Wibaux office - , Problems Solved as a: Leaky basements made dry Part Time Customer Service • Thousands of SatisfiedDrain tile & baseboard systems Customers Buckling walls corrected Representative/Teller • Transferable Warranty Foundation repair & wall crack rePair TO view job • Licensed-Insured Egress window i sta, tion opportunities, visit us and B'~~asenn MN License #20542636 apply on-line at ND License #38488 ent Water Controlled " | Providing Service Since 1967 : 800-348-6247 ~ I Safe _ EOE ! www.safed ~D-RIGHT~WALL ANCHORS ~II_-LOC FOUNDATION PIERS neers who founded the city 125 years ago. The sculpture is made of hot rolled steel, and at its base are three granite slabs with inscriptions• The statue is illuminated at night using spotlights. The Rolla Arts Council and Ross Mc- Dougall, of Rolla Welding, have been working on the project for four years. "Twenty-five years ago, the Rolla : Arts Council made a mural on the fairway," said Charmaine Disrud, a member of the Rolla Arts Council• "Four years ago, we decided to erect i a sculpture. As far as I know, the Arts Council has 0ever made a sculpture during its 30-year history." Disrud, who other council mem- bers stated was a key figure in plan- ning the sculpture, said that wheat was chosen as a subject because of its "significance to the history of Rolla and North Dakota. The settlers who • originally_ came to Rolla fanned wheat on the prairie. "I befieve that's one of the reasons the town got started," Disrud said. "The sculpture both honors the pio- neers and celebrates Rolla's 125-year history." McDougall, a local welder and craftsman, spoke briefly about the creation of the sculpture. Using a four-foot model designed by Brendan Coons, a student from Minot State Universily, McDougall crafted the sculpture using his off time during the w.inter. Once the sculpture was com- ,pleted, it was hoisted iap with an in- dustrial crane and boom-truck by Ottertai! Power Company. "I just built it," said McDougall, during an interview in his workshop. "My wife, Margaret Jean, helped me work out a lot of the technical details by talking it out at home. "The peo- ple who really should be thanked are the ladies on the Arts Council• They're the ones who put it together•" Planning for the sculpture began four years ago with the goal of it being completed in time for Rolla's 125th celebration• The' official dedi- Cation was a part of the opening cere- monies of the celebration at 7 p.m. on July 3. When Disrud was interviewed she stated that all that was left to com- plete was the installation of the gran- ite slab memorial and a wrought iron fence• When asked about how she felt now that the project was so close to completion, Disrud stated that she felt "relieved." "Erecting the sculpture was a com- Golden Valley County Fair Clue #1 We've Got A Good Thing Growin' So lend me your ear. A look at this will tell you which way the wind is blowin' Show me no fear in your hunt for the treasure this year. Enjoy the convenience and simplicity of ma Montana-Dakota's new Online Account Services gives you the flexibility of reviewing your account information and monitoring your monthly usage throughout the year. \ 5 With this self-service option, you can sign up for paperless statements, pay your account online and manage your account information. • In the Community to Serve® / by Linda Thistle ;olution below 7 1 4 1 4 4 1 1 4 Place a number in the empty ,boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the rxumbers from one to nine. * Moderate ** Challenging *. * HOO BOY! © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. This weekly puzzle is brought to you by" T&A Seeds Beach, ND (701) 872-3248 Z~9~g69LS L6S99~Z~£ 9L~£L9~S6 9L6L~£9~ £~86~L9Z 69L~Z£b~9 ~9Z~b86'~L ~b~69L~Z8 JoMsuv N~IOQNS ~INOON~ / Rent this space for only a few dollars a week. Call 872-3755 for more details todays /, 24 Sim~ \ Dickinson Visit us online Located in Convenient 48~-0876 '~ at Dovmtovm Dickinsonl io k -s:30 9 ,, , ~,, , ,,,, naging your account online. You will save time, trees and enrolling in Montana-Dakota's Online Account Serqices. It's fast, free and safe. Manage your account quickly and securely, 24/7 .... at yeur convenience. Visit and sign up for our online account services today!