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Valley News & Views !!iiiii :i:i:!:i: Page 5 January 31st, 2013 This past week marked the 40th anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision known as Roe v. Wade. Since that decision, which made the taking of an. unborn child's life legal, some fifty-three million babies lives have been taken through a process known as abortion. Between one and one-half million babies are killed every year in abortion clinics. As I consider this my mind cannot help but be drawn to the national debate over the relevance of the 2nd Amendment and gun control. We are told that certain guns are simply to dangerous, and should therefore be banned. Fewer guns equate to less violence according to this train of thought. I want to make three brief points in this regard. First, in the days before Noah' Flood we are told that even without firearms "the earth was filled with violence" (Genesis 6:11). Secondly, as dangerous as guns in the wrong hands may be, it would seem that gun shops are far safer than abortion clinics. Lastly, from Proverbs 23:7 we read "For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he..." Jesus carries this thought to the next logical point when He says, "For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders....All these evil things come from within, and defile the man':, (Mark 7:21,23). Whether we are speaking of abortions or death at the hands of evil murderers, the problem stems from a heart that has been filled with lust, violence, and murder. Perhaps movies and video games which feature such scenes play a greater role in these evils than many would like to admit. Perhaps a godless society will necessitate the banning of guns, but this will never solve the root problem. Only Jesus can change the heart and mind of a person. By pastor leroy aufenkamp It is time for our annual Valentine Cookie Fundraiser- "Send a Treat to your Sweet". We will bake and deliver Valentine cookies to your favorite sweetheart. Call our office to place an order, 454- 6586. Deadline for placing orders will be Monday Feb. 1 lth. We have several "Whimsical Wednesday" presentations coming up. Feb. 6th-Fire Safety, Bob Merrill; Feb. 13th-Military Outreach Specialist-Veterans Benefits, John Pitsiladis; Feb. 20th-Options Counseling for seniors, Kalen Ault; Feb 27th- Senior Health Issues-Marie Anderson. The foot care clinic in February will be held Wednesday, February 20th, which is a change in date for this month. Looking for something to do on these long winter days? Join fellow senior citizens for the noon meal which always includes lots cf visiting. Everyone is welcome regardless of age. The charge for those under age 60 is $7.50. Those over age 60 are asked to make a donation for their meal, the suggested donation is $4.00 per meal. Mondays there is Bingo and a card game. Tuesdays there is Spite & Malice (card game). There is usually a little lunch served after the card games. There are also many books in the lending library at the senior center. Anyone can borrow books to read and then return them when they are done. Shopping is always available in the back room rummage sale. New items added often. Senior Meals Through Thursday February 15th Thursday January 31st Wednesday February 6th Chili, Baked Potato, Coleslaw, Chicken Strips, Potato Salad, and Fruit Salad Corn, Pineapple Chunks, and Friday February 1st Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Chicken Wild Rice Casserole, Thursday February 7th Green Beans, Gelatin " with Meatloafr Parslie. POtato, Peach Slice and Orange Slice Beets, Blueberry Crisp with Monday February 4th Topping and Orange Wedge Salmon Loaf, Mashed Potatoes, Friday February 8th Creamed Peas, Tropical Fruit, Salisbury Steak, Boiled Salad and Orange Wedge Potatoes, Mixed Vegetab!es, Tuesday February 5th Plums and Orange Slice\\; Hamburger on WW Bun, Monday February llth Chicken Vegetable Soup, Soda Breaded Chicken, Scalloped Crackers, Pumpkin Dessertwith Potatoes, Broccoli Normandy Topping and Small Orange and Apricot Halves Tuesday February 12th BBQ Ribs, Small Baked Potato, Mixed Vegetables, Puddin with Fruit and Orange Wedge Wednesday February 13th Egg Salad n a V Bun, Tomato Soup, Soda Crackers, Romaine Lettuce with Dressing and Fruit Thursday February 14th Meatball in Brown Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Sliced Carrots and Tropical Fruits Friday Februay 15th Fish, Mashed Potatoes, Baked Sweet Potato, Angel Food Cake with Fruit and Topping All meals served with whole wheat bread, margarine and 1% milk. Suggested donation is $4.00, Under 60, $6.75. Pembina County Meals and Transportation - Call: 454-6586 KC's Column Continued From Page 4 DHS, 1927 4 On January 10 the PTA Milk Program began with thirty-six students involved, all in grades 1-6. BILLBOARD'S TOP TEN 1973 January 27 1. Superstition (Stevie Wonder) 2. You're So Vain (Carly Simon) 3. Crocodile Rock (Elton John) 4. Your Mama Don't Dance (Loggins & Messina) 5. Why Can't We Live Together (Timmy Thomas) 6. Me and Mrs. Jones (Billy Paul) 7. Oh, Babe, What Would You Say? (Hurricane Smith) 8. Trouble Man (Marvin Gaye)* 9. Rockin' Pneumonia--Boogie Woogie Blues (Johnny Rivers) 10. The World Is A Ghetto (War)* (* indicates a new song) Marvin Gaye (born Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr., on April 2,1939, in Washington, D.C.) had fifty-nine hits songs from 1962 to 1982, including twelve as duets with Tammi Terrell. Fifty-six of the songs hit the Hot 100. "Trouble Man" was his thirty-third release. It peaked at.#7 and was on the charts for a dozen weeks. Marvin Gaye was shot to death on April 1, 1984, by his father after a quarrel. He was 44. NUMBER 1 SONGS January 31 1893--The Bowery (Dan Quinn) 1898--On The Banks Of The Wabash (Steve Porter) 1903--Down Where The Wurzburger Flows (Arthur Collins/Byron Harlan) 1908--My Dear (Harry MacDonough) 1913--Row! Row! Row! (Ada Jones) 1918--Send Me Away With A Smile (John McCormack) 1923--Three O'Clock In The Morning (Paul Whiteman); Toot Toot Tootsie (A1 Jolson) 1928--My Blue Heaven (Gene Austin) 1933--Night And Day (Fred Astaire/Leo Reisman) 1938--You're A Sweetheart (Dolly Dawn); Prairie Fare Continued From Page 8 (]ulie Garden-Robinson, Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., is a North Dakota State University Extension Service food and nutrition specialist and professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences.) winter day. Fresh Fruit Salad 1 (16-ounce) can fruit cocktail, drained 2 bananas, sliced 2 oranges, peeled and cut into bite-sized pieces 2 apples, cut into bite- sized pieces 8 ounces low-fat vanilla yogurt Rinse and prepare fruit as directed. Add yogurt and stir gently to mix. Chill. Makes 14 servings. Each serving has 70 calories, 0 grams (g) of fat, 17 g of carbohydrate, 2 g of fiber and 10 milligrams of sodium. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen (Andrews Sisters) 1943--Mr. Five By Five (Harry James); There Are Such Things (Tommy Dorsey) 1948--Ballerina (Vaughn Monroe) 1953--Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes (Perry Como) - 1958--At The Hop (Danny/Juniors) 1963--Walk Right In (Rooftop Singers) 1968--Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) (John Fred/Playboy Band) 1973--Superstition (Stevie Wonder) 1978--Baby, Come Back (Player) 1983--Down Under (Men At Work) 1988--Need You Tonight (INXS) 1993--I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston) 1998--Together Again (Janet) 2003--Lose Yourself (Eminem) 2008--Low (Flo Rida/T. Pain) 15YEARS AGO KC's Students of the Week for January 1998 were Jill Halcrow, Sarah Puppe, Gary Styles, and lessica Kringstad. On February 2, 1998, the DHS Student Council donated the class picture for the DHS Class of 1997 to the school. On February 3, 1998, the DHS boys' basketball team defeated Walhalla 52-35. Kermy Elliott scored fourteen pts. On February 5, 1998, Harold Kirkeby (DHS 1949) died in Grand Forks at the age of sixty- six. NOTABLE QUOTES Santa Claus: "You'll shoot your eye out, kid." (from the movie, ' Christmas Story," with Jeff Gillen as Santa Claus) STUDENT OF THE WEEK KC's Student of the Week for Jan. 21-25 is Carlye Klein, sophomore daughter of Max and Sarah Pokrzywinski. Carlye did a fine job giving her oral report on the Italian Renaissance painter Giovanni Bellini in myWorld History class. She was also a statistician for the Titans football team last fall. Trivia Quiz Answers (1.b; 2. c; 3. c; 4. a; 5. c) Got a short story, photograph, feature, joke or news piece? Why not share it with the rest of us? Call 360-3005 Email or just drop by. Jimmy Sez, "If you don't tell them about you, how will they know?" David L. Petersen Attorney General Practice of Law Emphasizing: Estates and Elder Law Planning, Wills and Trusts, Business Organizations and Services, Agricultural Law, Personal and Farm Tax Services. 112 North Main Street - P.O. Box 216 Drayton, ND 58225 Phone (701) 454-3515 n .... / 0 0 Drayton Lutheran Parish Pastor Jon Dryburgh Skjeber9 Lutheran Church Rural East Drayton Worship 9:30 a.m. Drayton Lutheran Church 209 South Main Street Worship 11:00 a.m. Teien Evangelical Covenant Church Pastor Steve Grosz 218-455-3868 Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Family Worship Celebration 10:00 a.m. Fellowship and United Methodist Church Pastor Gary Johnson Drayton 203 North Main Street Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m. Broadcast on KXPO 1340am at 10:15 a.m. These Announcements Sponsored By -- ! . - KodaBank Adamson-Austin I Funeral Home 701-454-3333 Dr. Tom Dunham Optometrist 701-454-3340 Larson Semi-Trailer Sales 218-455-3341 Motel 66 Drayton 701-454-6464 David L. 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