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But the words of Jesus ring as true today as when spoken. The gates of hell will never succeed. One day soon hell's gates will forever close on the devil, but the Church against lost souls and bringing them which he fought will find into God's familY.lHell and eternal rest within Heavens the powers of l ell tried, gates. Stephen was stoned, JamesBy pastor leroy aufenkamp "It is expedient for you that I go away: for ifI go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you but if I depart I will send him unto you" (John 16:7). A short time later Jesus ascended to the throne of God. In accordance with His command they returned to Jerusalem and waited for the Comforter's (Holy Spirit) arrival. Suddenly, with the sound of a "rushing mighty wind", and the likeness of tongues of fire resting on each person, the Holy Spirit arrived. Acts 2:4 says, '7had they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit 76, of Drayton, North Dakota passed away at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks on Wednesday evening, July 31, 2013. Ray was born at Grafton North Dakota on May 23, 1937 to Francis and Laura (Poole) Altendorf. He grew up in the Grafton area and graduated from Grafton High School in 1955. On October 25, 1960 he married the love of his life, Rose Rolczynski at Olso, Minnesota. They settled near Grafton and lived there until 1969 when they moved to Drayton. Ray farmed for several years and worked at American Crystal Sugar Company as storeroom floor man, union representative / The 2013 North Dakota meals a year butWe servedor fund raising. It means we and union secretary. He Legislative Assembly was a between 25,000 and 26,000can keep up with the rising retired in 1995. Raymond good session for the Senior meals. The remainder of our cost of groceries and other enjoyed fshing at his Citizen Meal Program. Theftmding for the 6,000 to 7,000 supplies. It means we cansummer home in Baudette, Legislature increased funding meals came from Mill Levyoffer employees competitive hunting and spending time a member of St. Edward]s Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Rose; a son, Duane Joseph Altendorf, St. Thomas, ND; daughters, Cathyrine Altendorf, Fargo, ND and Michelle (Dale) Ososki, Grand Forks, ND; seven grandchildren, Tanner, Tyler, Heather, Melissa, Stephanie, Allison and Connor; two great-granddaughters, Stella and Nora; a brother, Elmer (Doris) Altendorf, Minto, ND and a special friend, aSnickers2. He was preceded in death by a son, Dennis in 1975; his parents; and a brother, Leo. Funeral services were held Saturday, August 3, in St. Edward's Catholic Church at Drayton, followed by interment in St. Edward's Cemetery. Rev. Joseph Okogba, presided; Charleen Altendorf, reader; and Earlene Lasch, organist. Casket bearers were Raymond's grandchildren. to provide Senior Citizen Meals. For the first time ever, there will be enough funding for all agencies in the state who serve senior meals to receive federal/ state reimbursement for all the meals served. What this funds, donations and fund raising. The average full cost to provide meals statewide is $8.00-$9.00. The $3.90 per meal is still onlya part of that cost, but the increase to allow all meals to be reimbursed will be a huge benefit to our means to Pembina County program and all the others Meal & Transportation is like it across the state. What that we will receive $3.90 that means for our agency reimbursement for every is that we willhavCmrfunds to meal we serve. In the past, purchase new e tuipment we were only reimbursed when it is needec, without for approximately 19,000 having to wait for donations wages that compare to other businesses in town and the surrounding area. The Legislature also increased Mill Levy Match funding, and public transportation funding. Legislators are realizing that it takesmoney to provide services that keep people independent and living in their own homes, and are stepping up to the place to provide the funding needed. Sen eals Through Friday August 23rd Thursday August 8th Lemon Pepepr Fish, Boiled Potatoes,. Broccoliand Ambrosia Cup Friday August 9th Taco Salad with Meat, Lettuce, Tomato, Cheese, Chips and Onions and Cantaloupe Monday August 12th Pineapple Pork Chop, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots and Tropical Fruit Sauce Tuesday August 13th Meatloaf, Baked Potato, Broccoli Normandy and Strawberries Wednesday August 14th BBQ Chicken, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Cranbe try Sauce and Pudding with Fru t Thursday August 15 th Roast Turkey with Stuffing, Sweet Potatoes, 3ranberry Sauce, Mashed Potaloes, and Rhubarb Crisp with Tc pping Friday August 16th Spaghetti with Mest Sauce, Green Beans, Spinach Salad with Dressing and Apricots Monday August 19th Swedish Meatballs, Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Mandarin Orange Sauce and Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Tuesday August 20t! Hamburger on WW Bun with Lettuce, Tomato, and Onion, Corn and Potato Chowder, Carrot Stix and Pear Sauce All meals served with whole wheat bre Suggested donation is $4.0( Pembina County Meals and Tram Wednesday August 21 st Roast Beef with Gravy, Mixed Vegetables, and Shortcake with Strawberries and Topping Thursday August 22nd Chicken Strips, Potato Salad, Carrot Raisin Salad and Water Melon Wedge Friday August 23rd Beef Stew, Baking Powder Biscuit, Fresh Broccoli with Ranch Dressing and Cantaloupe ad, margarine and 1% milk. t, Under 60, $6.75. mrtation - Call: 454-6586 Prairie Fare Continued From Page 10 Sterilize canning jars and prepare two-piece canning lids according to manufacturer's directions. To prepare fruit: Sort and wash fully ripened berries. Drain. Remove caps and stem; crush berries. To make jam: Place prepared berries in a large mixing bowl. Add sugar, mix well and let stand for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Dissolve pectin in water and boil for one minute. Add pectin solution to berry-and- sugar mixture; stir for two minutes. Pour jam into freezer containers or canning jars, leaving 1/2-inch head space at the top. Close covers on containers and let stand at room temperature for 24 hours. To store: Store uncooked jams in refrigerator or freezer. They can be held up to three weeks in the refrigerator or up to a year in a freezer. Once a container is opened, jam should be stored in the refrigerator and used within a few days. Ifkept at roomtemperature, the jam will mold or ferment in a short time. On average, 1 tablespoon of fruit jam has about 50 calories, 0 grams (g) of fat, 0 g of protein, 13 g of carbohydrate and 10 milligrams of sodium. (]ulie Garden-Robinson, Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., is a NDSU Extension Seruice food and nutrition specialist and professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences.) The Drayton Cemetery Association would like to thank the following for their memorial donations: JESSIE HALCROW MEMORIALS Pat Anderson Dixon Halcrow Lillian Heine Tom and Kris Heine Dorothy Lubka Brad and Karen Schuster Kri's and Julie Ferguson JANA OLSON LINDBLAD MEMORIALS Jim and Joan Evenson WendyWatts Gill Morseth The Drayton Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank HollyWater and Seth Hanson for their generous donation. The Drayton Ambulance Service would like to thank the following for their memorial donations: CAROL STEGMAN MEMORIALS H.Dale and Marlene Aasand Ruth Tully JESSIE HALCROW MEMORIALS H.Dale and Marlene Aasand Marvin and Clarice Mosolf Joy Bakken Cheri Halcrow Roger and Caryn McLaen Mike and Cindy Gunnarson Ruth Tully Charles and Arlene Schuster ANN FREDRICKSON MEMORIALS H.Dale and Marlene Aasand Gay and Bev Jensen Dusty and Desirae Wilson and Family Ardyce Woinarowicz Todd and Nancy Woinarowicz Brad and Lois Young Harvey and Lorna Anderson Mike and Tara Larson a and Family Robert Westling Lynn and Renae Fredrickson Family Terry and Kathy Fredrickson KAY KELLER MEMORIAL Everett and Jan Aasand RAY ALTENDORF MEMORIAL Everett and Jan Aasand GLADYS BROSSEAU MEMORIAL Donald and Linda Staskivige JOSEPH AND VERNIE PAIJLSON MEMORIALS Donald and Linda Staskivigc ROBERT AND ALMA STASKIVIGE MEMORIALS Donald and Linda Staskivigc Big Thanks to everyom that donated food anc money to the Lutherar Parish Annual Northlanc Rescue Mission Picnic. The food was much appreciatec by all those who attended Special thanks to Kelly o: Kelly's Country Market for hL, donation of bottled water, tc Cindy at the Drayton Lounge for all the ice, and all those who came down and servec the meal. Drayton Lutheran ant Skjeberg Lutheran Churches Drayton Lutheran Parish Pastor Jon Dryburgh 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. 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 Evang Covenant Ch i ........ o o ...... elical urch Pastor Steve Gro,, ;z 218-455-3868 Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Family W()rship 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.iMass Sunday, 11:00 a.m. IMass (March-May - 11 aJ n. Mass) rch of Mass Assumption Catholic Chu Pembina Sunday, 10:00 a.m. 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. Humbolt Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. Pembina Sunday Worship at 10:30 a.m. Trinity Lutheran Church "Church of the Lutheran Hour" Rev. Bernhard Setter 9:30 a.m. Worship Services 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:00 p.m. First Wednesday of the month, LWML These Announce rents Sponsored Kelly's Country Market _ _ ....................... rol.454.3811 .... Dr. Tom Dul ham Motel 66 Drayton Northdale Oil I Ed' Care I iaBatnk Optometl'ist Drayton Chiropractic 701-454-3342 i 701-454-3340 701J,54 ' 701-360-3256 Adamson-Austin Larson Semi'Trailer Dav rsen " Or ce Funeral Home Sales Attorney This Space for Rent Agency and Views 701-454-3333 218-455-3341 '70 tl. 5'.4 -'.35;1!5 701-454-3317 701-360-3005 I