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Valley News & Views Page 5 July 15th, 2010 The Pastor's With rare exception, hatred, hostility, and war has dominated the Middle East for centuries. Some of these wars have come from external invasion, such as the Crusades, but much of the violence has stemmed from conflicts between rival nations in that region. When Israel declared itself to be an independent State in 1948, yet another ingredient was added to this boiling pot of turmoil and unrest. Israel's presence, perhaps more than any other, has led to that which Jesus described in Matthew 24 as "wars and Economic Meltdown Continued From Page 2 rumors of wars". The land of Israel, which covers about one- tenth of one percent of the entire Mideast, has fought numerous wars and intifadas since 1948. Even today terrorist organizations such as Hamas and Hezbollah, and nations like Syria and Iran, especially Iran, speak of and prepare for yet another war against Israel. They are determined to drive Israel from their presence. The trend over the next several years will be toward not change until every nation on earth sends their armies to fight Israel. The Bible calls this Armageddon. The good news isn't only that God will save Israel from annihilation by the literal return of Jesus, but that after His return Egypt, Assyria (ancient name encompassing several Mideastern countries), and Israel shall end their age old hatred and hostility. Isaiah 19:23-25 says they will join in a true alliance of peace which shall never be broken. president on February 7. The estimated cost for 2008 was $152,000,000,000 ($152 billion) in deficit spending. The Democratic Congress then passed the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, which the Republican president dutifully signed on July 30. It authorized the Federal Housing Administration to guarantee up to $300,000,000,000 ($300 billion) in new thirty-year, fixed-rate mortgages for sub- prime lenders " restore confidence in Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac." billion) bailoutthroughwhich the federalgovernmentwould purchase mortgage-backed securities and then attempt to sell them. On Frida October 2, 2008, Congress passed the bill and the next day President Bush signed into law the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. This bail-out had a price tag of $700,000,000,000 ($700 billion), with the "sweeteners" added to swing certain members' votes costing another $140,000,000,000 ($140 billion). That worked out to about $4635 per more violence, terrorism, by pastor leroy aufenkampAs apprehension over working American andwould and war. Sadly, this trend will a world-wide recession increase the federal budget increased, Secretary of the by around 24 percent from Treasury Henry Paulson and 2008 to 2009. Citizen Upda Federal Reserve ChairmanRep. Barney Frank (D- Ben Bernanke proposed MA), chairman of the Pembina County Meals and a $700,000,000,000 ($700House Financial Services The Drayton Ambulance Service would like to thank the following for their memorials: DAVID WESTERSON MEMORIAL Ray and Rose Altendorf Committee and a key player in protecting Freddie Mac and the sub-prime lenders and thus a catalyst for this whole government-inspired economic mess, had the audacity to say, "We [the Congress] were the EMT's rushing to the rescue of an economy that suddenly found itself choking, but now we have to perform more serious reform." [Grand Forks Herald, Oct. 4] We will be having some "Whimsical Wednesday" presentations in July. On July 7th, Jon Deschene from the Alzheimer's Association will give a presentation on "How To Maintain Your Brain". He will share tips and ideas on how to keep our brains active. Jon gave a presentation in June that dealt with symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. In this presentation he will share ideas on how to avoid Alzheimer's disease. Bey Aufenkamp will give a demonstration on July 14th on how to make garden towers. These are very interesting works of art made from a whimsical mix of colors, shapes and finishes. Items that can be used are stacked lamp bases, bowls, vases, candlesticks and cake stands in clear and colored glass, porcelain, and metal. The items are fastened together with a waterproof adhesive. The glass towers are a great way to create art from old or unused items that may be sitting around your house or garage. Bev will demonstrate how to make the garden towers on July 14th, and then on July 28th we will have a "Whimsical Wednesday" session where people can bring in their own items and Bey will assist you in putting together your own garden tower. Public Health will give a presentation on July 21st titled "Cleaning Out The Medicine Cabinet". They will talk about how long to Along the Way - Continued From Page 3 within my sometimes weakened state of mind. The great Greek philosopher Epicurus tells us to "Remember that what we to arrive at the epicenter of happiness, know it is within reach and the blessings are always there to wrap our withered souls around. people in my life who have weathered the storms and survived; your inspiration is a testament of what can be accomplished when we let go of the disappointments and look ahead to the victories keep prescription and overnow have was once among Thank you to all of theyet to come. the counter drugs and howthe things we only hoped to dispose of them. for." When difficult days On Ju!y 28th we will arise, hold on to the idea that L. Petersen have a make your own there are better days ahead. IIIhttomey garden tower' Whimsical Although we may have to Wednesday and Bev go through some struggles III Aufenkamp will assist anyone who brings in items for a garden tower. Join us for these interesting presentations. Join us for dinner at 12:00 or for the presentations at 12:30. Senior Meals Through Friday July 30th Thursday July 15th Wednesday July 21st Tuesday July 27th Pork Chop with Gravy, Roast Beef with Gravy, Cabbage Rolls, Baked Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Mashed Potatoes, Cabbage,Potato, Green Beans, Grapes Potatoes, Angel Food Cake, Fruit Cocktail, andWW andWWBread-1 Fruit Topping and WW Bread-2 Wednesday July 28th Bread-1 Thursday July 22nd Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Friday July 16th Meatloaf, Baked Potato, Lettuce Salad, Pudding with Salmon Loaf, Mashed Squash, Strawberries, and Mandarin Oranges and Potatoes, Creamed Peas, WWBread-1 .... Garlic Toast Pudding with Fruit and WW Friday July 23rd Thursday July 29th Bread-2 Boneless Chicken Breast Turkey and Dressing Monday July l9th in Sweet and Sour Saucewith Mashed Potatoes, Philly Sandwich with with Pineapple and Rice, Cranberries, Yams, Gravy, Peppers and Onions, Tater Califomia Blend Vegetables, Angel Food Cake with Fruit Tots, Beets and Brownie Fruit and WW Bread- 1 Topping and WW Bread- 1 Tuesday July 2Oth Monday July 26th Friday July 30th Swedish Meatballs, Mashed Cacciatore Chicken, BakedFish, Boiled Potatoes, Potatoes, Peas, Grapes and Potato, Peas, Apple Crisp Squash, Fruit and WW WW Bread-2 andWW Bread- 1 Bread 2 m O, * All meals served with marganne and 1% milk Suggested donation is $3.50. Under 60, $6.00. Pembina County Meals and Transportation - 454-6586. Bowesmont Lives Continued From Page 3 included the following: Dean Young, Richard and Gayle McConnell, Saralee Hoselton, Erica and Myles Johnson, JoanneYoung, Steve and Ellen Marciniak and their guests Tom and Marge Thomas, Mike and Judy Stellon, Doris SteUon, A.D. Duncklee, Merv and Phyllis Holter, Merrill Stellon and many more. The attendees at the Sunday aftemoon performance of "Bound for Blessing" included Merv and Phyllis Holter, David and Shirley Raney. Sunday Joe and Terri Johnson returned to Audubon, LA_ Theywere accompanied by Faith and Dakotah Hoselton as far as their Fargo home. Sunday evening callers at the Richard and Gayle McConnell were Ben_net and Kriss Tucker. Overnight guests were Allen and Carol McConnell. Ross and Cecelia Landowski were Sunday evening visitors of Steve and Ellen Marciniak. Merv and Phyllis Holter joined the John and lanelle Nyegaard family at the fair in Hallock Sunday evening. 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 : EO. Box 216 Drayton, ND 58225 Phone (701) 454-3515 Come Celebrate Riverfest Friday and Saturday July ! 6th and 17th From 9:00 p.m. Until 1:00 a.m. At The Drayton, North Dakota Drayton Lutheran Parish Rev. Peter Schiefelbein Skjeberg Lutheran Church Rural East Drayton Worship 9:30 a.m. Drayton Lutheran Church 209 South Main Street Worship 11:00 a.m. Bible Study, Wednesday Evenings 7:00 p.m. and Friday Mornings 10:00 a.m. at Tisdale Manor. Fleece Assembly of God Rev. Leroy Aufenkamp Assembly Schedule: 10:00 a.m. Sunday School (age 2 through adult) 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Evening Service Teien Evangelical Covenant Church Pastor Steve Grosz 218-455-3868 Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Family Worship Celebration 10:00 a.m. Fellowship and Refreshments 10:15 a.m. Sunday School for All Ages St. Edward's Catholic Church Rev. Fr. Anozie Joseph A. Okogba Saturday, 5:00 p.m. Mass Sunday, 8:00 a.m. Mass Assumption Catholic Church of Pembina Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Mass United Methodist Church Pastor Gary Johnson Joliette Sunday Worship 8:30 a.m. Drayton 203 North Main Street Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m. Broadcast on KXPO 1340am at 10:15 a.m. Humbolt Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. Pembina Sunday Worship at 10:30 a m. Trinity Lutheran Church "Church of the Lutheran Hour" Rev. Bemhard Setter 9:30 a.m. Worship Services 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:00 p.m. First Wednesday of the month, LWML These Announcements Drayton State Bank 701-454-3317 Adamson-Austin Funeral Home 701-454-3333 Dr. Tom Dunham Optometrist 701-454-3340 Motel 66 Drayton 701-454-6464 t 'a'nSem'ra er I Oav0""e'ersen I F' 1 [ Sales I Attomey his Space for Rent [ 218-455-3341 I 701-454-3315 Northdale Oil 701-454-3342 Drayton Insurance Agency 701 17 Kelly's Country Market 701-454-3811 Ed's Lawn Care 701-360-3256 Valley News and Views 701-360-3005 J