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Valley News and Views :iiiiGiiiiiP Page 5 March 25th, 2010 The Pastor's Just days before Jesus "The whole multitude of their peace, the stones would was crucified, He came into the disciples began to rejoice immediately cry out" (v:40). Jerusalem from the east, and praise God with a loudGod is not listening with having spent the night in voice for all the mighty works an ear to the stones today, a neighboring town. Jesus that they had seen". The but I suspect He leans sent two disciples ahead for sound of the shouts rolledtoward church every Sunday the purpose of securing the down the mountain, echoingmorning listening closely use of a donkey. They met and reverberating through for any sound of true praise the Lord on the road leading the city of Jerusalem and coming from the depths of from Mt. of Olives to the city. into the Temple Mount. Thea believer's heart. John 4:23 A crowd gathered along people were saying "Blessed tells us, "true worshippers the route as the disciplesbe the King that cometh inshall worship the Father laid their garments on thethe name of the Lord: peace in spirit and in truth: for animal's back for Jesus to sit in heaven, and glory in the the Father seeketh such to upon. The crowd, Many of highest" (v:37-38). worship him." Let us add whom came to see the one The Pharisees were upset our voices to those who whom they had been told with the show of emotion unashamedly send praises had raised Lazarus from the and excitement "Master,heavenward. grave (John 12:17-18), began rebuke thy disciples", they By pastor leroy aufenkamp to "spread their clothes in demanded. But Jesus the way" as well as palm responded saying, "/tellyou branches (Luke 19:36). that, if these should hold or Citizen Pembina County Meals It is that time of year again- Flood Season. Potential flooding seems to be the main topic on all the news shows and in the newspapers. Agencies like ours that receive Federal Funding are being asked to share flood related information with our clients, cut off, filling stations may Learn the flood warning not be able to operate pumps system in your community, for several days. If you are Identify and practice the required to evacuate during safest route from your home the night, gas stations may to higher ground or a shelter, not be open. needed by members of your family on hand. Keep you automobile fueled. If electric power is batteries on hand for radios leaving your home, do not and flashlights, drive or have no family to Keep first aid supplies and help you, please contact the any prescribed medicines city office or the senior center if you would need help in case of an emergency evacuation. If you should decide to voluntarily evacuate before an emergency does occur, please let someone know that you have left your home and where you can be reached- a neighbor, the city office or the senior center. Obituary Archie Degelder, 95 Archie Degelder, 95, of Grand Forks, ND passed away on Friday, March 19, 2010 at the Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND. Archie John Degelder was born on January 19, 1915 in ]oliette, ND, the son of Oscar and Emma (Roose) Degelder. Archie grew up and attended rural school in Joliette, ND. He then began farming in the area. In 1942 he joined the United States Army and served his country until 1945. During his military career, he earned 6 Battle Stars and a Meritous Unit plaque. Following his military career he returned to the Joliette area and continued to farm. In 1990 he moved to Grand Forks, ND and resided there until his death. Memorials maybe directed The Drayton Ambulance to the Joliette Cemetery Service would like to thank Fund. the following for their Archie is survived by memorials and donations: 22 nieces and nephews; 1 brother-in-law Tom GregoireJAMIE KELLER of Grand Forks, ND and 1 MEMORIAL sister-in-law Cassie Degelder Everett and Jan Aasand of Hallock, MN. LAWRENCE LaHAISE Archie is preceded in death MEMORIALS by his parents; 2 brothers:Ronald and Corrinne Charles Degelder and Albert Degelder, 3 sisters: Mary Chapman Richard Steenerson Degelder, Alma Schumacher and Margaret Gregoire. Deane and Pamela Funeral Service: 1:00 PM Scharmer Patti Ness on Monday, March 29th, Brian and Jane Uggerud 2010 in Holy Family Catholic Murph and Patti Thompson Church, 1018 18th Ave. S., Grand Forks, ND Joyce Tuttle Visitation: One hour Gary and Kari Jo Jensen Bonnie DeSautel before Funeral Service on Delores DeSautel Monday in Holy Family Catholic Church Robert DeSautel Interment: Joliette Jack and Flora Brown Jean Anderson Cemetery ~ ]oliette, ND Jim and Dorinda Anderson Online Guestbook: www. Ray and Rose Altendorf Bob and Marsha Klein Arrangements by Stennes Mike and Jackie ]ensen Funeral Home, East Grand Joan Anderson Forks, Minnesota Pat Anderson Dorothy Danielson Lon and Cindy Johnson Ray and Sherry Hanson system, voters will sift the Greg and Sharon Kalka membership until they get a DONATIONS legislature that doesn't make Robert and MaryLou mistakes. Surely, we can find Stewart 90 people in North Dakota Ron and Roberta Corrick able to make good decisions Lloyd Omdahl Continued From Page 4 legislature. Nebraska got its unicameral with an initiated measure, a process available in only 18 states and virtually impossible to use in several of those. Legislatures with Keep a stock of food which Store drinking water in Keep a small bag packed 150 members are not about in a one-house system. In TeienTownship requires little cooking and closed, clean containers and readily available with a to propose unicamerals with any case, the governor has a no refrigeration because gas in the event water servicechange of clothing, required 90 members, veto for bad bills. II ! and electric services may be becomes interrupted, medication and personal Another common Now that all of this has disrupted. Keep materials like items, in case you need toargument offered by the been said, I can surrender Keep" a portable radio, sandbags, plywood, plasticleave in a hurry, bicameralists is that it takes my convention records to | "1 emergency cooking sheeting and lumber Stay informed and listena second house to correct the archives, knowing that I I i 1 equipment, and flashlightshandy for emergency floodto updates from your errors made by the first fired one last volley for the I I l in working order. Make proofing, community leaders, house. With legislators unicameral, as futile as it I 1 sure that you have charged If you require assistance clearly responsible for bad was. I w l decisions in the one-house I 1 i .l ll I ........... eals Through Wednes " i- w 1 Special Thanks I / From the Family of Lawrence J. LaHaise | l I r F / [ the tears dry, the smile fades, but the I U / I memories live on forever. I ppe Room I Communion Service a, [ We would like-to thank everyone for the beautiful floral ! Teien Covenant I [ arrangements, generous monetary gifts, phone calls, cards, l l I food and kind words through this difficult time. We don't I Church, l T s Oran e Ange Food Cake with I realize how much the smallest gesture from family, friends I Thursday April let l I or a neighbor becomes so important. Our loss will be difficult | 7"00 D m / I to overcome but your constant thoughts and prayers have I A'" " " / II are welcome I helped and will continue to help heal our broken hearts. I / I Love all you hold dear, precious is the time you share. [ v L Salad Meatloaf, Baked Potato, ] ,,,m ....... u , ,, ,, BB " Do not wait for tomorrow, for tomorrow may not be. [ Coil the News Line" I 3"tlesday M rcl 23;d .... Friday March 26th tovc O adA.pp e l,nsp ana [ ' " With Gratitude [ 701 360-3005 Joy La Plalse [ IEgg Salad, WW B.7, .Fish, .Pa?ley Potatoes, [ .... I OrEmoil Michele and defferey Bates and Family [ Subscribe or renewyour [ Melissa and Troy Asher and Family I subscription to Volley News ond V,ews Onl,ne by go,ng to Mitch and Shannon La Haise I " ,," " I Pembina County Meals and Transportation - 454-6586. , I I' II ...... ..... , . . .. O ....... ...... Drayton Lutheran Teien Evangelical United Methodist Parish Covenant Church Church Rev. Peter Schiefelbein Pastor Steve Grosz Pastor Gary Johnson Skjeberg Lutheran Church 218-455-3868 Joliette Rural East Drayton Sunday Worship 8:30 a.m. Worship 9:30 a.m. Sundays: Drayton Drayton Lutheran Church 9:00 a.m. Family Worship203 North Main Street 209 South Main Street Celebration Sunday Worship at 10:00 10:00 a.m. Fellowship and a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Refreshments Broadcast on KXPO Bible Study, Wednesday 10:15 a.m. Sunday School for 1340am at 10:15 a.m. Evenings 7;00 p.m. and All Ages Humbolt Friday Mornings 10:00 a.m. at Tisdale Manor. St. Edward's Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. Pembina Catholic Church 10:30 m. Fleece Assembly Ray. Fr. Anozie Joseph A. T| |hm Lutheran of God Okogba .r,n,,y Setu ay, s:oo p.m. Church Rev. Leroy Aufenkamp Sunday, 8:00 a.m. Mass Assembly Schedule: "Church of the Lutheran 10:00 a.m. Sunday School Assumption Hour" Rev. Bernhard Setter age 2through adu./ Catholic Church of 9:30 am Worship 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Service Pembina 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:00 p.m. Evening Service Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Mass 7:00 p.m. First Wednesday of the month, LWML These Announcements Sponsored By Dragon .......... Dr. Tom Dunham Bank 701-454-3317 Adamson-Austin Funeral Home 701-454-3333 Optometrist 701-454-3340 Larson Semi-Trailer Sales 218.455-3341 Motel 66 Drayton 701-454-6464 j Northdale Oil 701-454-3342 Kelly's Country Market 701 -3811 Ed's Lawn Care 701-360-3256 r David L. Peter.sen [ Drayton Insurance' Valley News , Attorney This Space for Rent, Agency and Views 701.454-331 5 701 454 317 701.360-3005