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Valley News and Views !~ii ii Page 7 October, 17, 2013 "I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ." Mahatma Gandhi's quote reminds us that very often religion and religious people prove to be one of the greatest hindrances to people coming to a "saving knowledge" of Jesus. I want to turn again this week to Jesus' comments to the woman at Jacob's well in John 4:22. He said, " worship ye know not what". This is not unlike so many people today. They belong to one denomination or another, because their family for generations has belonged to it. Likewise, they believe what they are told about how to come to Christ and how to reach heaven, without considering whether or not what they are being taught is Biblical. They simply accept it. But Scripture is not always that upon which a teaching is based. This sad truth is summed up by Jesus in Matthew 15:6 and 9 -" [have] made the commandment of God of none effect byyour tradition", and " vain they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men." People are led to believe they are worshiping God and that they are good Christians, when in reality they are still far, far from God. Jesus sternly rebuked the hypocritical Pharisees in Matthew 23:15, saying, "... ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves." They were teaching the traditions of men as though it was God's Word, while relegating the Truth of the Word to irrelevancy. Whether then or now when man's ideas and philosophies replace Scripture we may win a convert to our church, but we are depriving them of what they really seek and need - new life in Christ. By pastor leroy aufenkamp "Whimsical Wednesday" presentations for October are: Oct. 2nd-Charity Stegman, Pembina County Social Services, Fuel Assistance; TUESDAY OCT. 8TH-REVEL SAPA, OPTIONS- MEDICARE PARTDOPENENROLLMENT, Oct. 16thAndrea Lang, Senior Companion Program; Oct. 23rd-Dr. Catherine Hengel, Drayton Chiropractic Clinic- Arthritis and Chiropractic Services; Oct. 30th-Rosemary Glenn-her trip to Italy. They all sound interesting- join us! I would like to thank everyone who has donated fresh vegetables and fruits this fall. We have received lettuce, spinach, cucumbers, green and yellow beans, cabbage, tomatoes, zucchini, corn, green and red peppers, beets, cantaloupe, apples, rhubarb and onions. It has all been used in our senior meal program and tasted delicious. Thank you to Mary Hanson, Virginia Pokrzywinski, Allard Soderfelt, Gary Johnson, Dan Rudnick, Rose Altendorf, Janelle Nygard, Darlene Tocchio, Marlys Nelson, Pam Christenson, Margaret Staskivige, Bob Lasch and Dorine Walberg. If I have missed anyone, thank you also. We try to write down donations as people bring them in, so I hope we mentioned everyone. Several times the fruit or vegetable have come in just before they were on the menu, so we were able to have fresh produce instead of frozen. Other items are added to the meal as extras. Everything is enjoyed by all! Senior Meals Through Thursday October 31st Thursday October 17th Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Beets and Strawberry Fruited Gelatin Friday October 18th Sloppy Joe On WW Bun, Vegetable Chowder with Soda Crackers, Three Bean Salad and Mandarin Oranges Monday October 21st Meat Loaf, Baked Potato, Squash and Mandarin Orange Slice Tuesday October 22nd Lasagna, Green Beans, Plums and Cranberry Sauce Wednesday October 23rd Swedish Meatballs, Mashed Potatoes, Peas and CArrots and Baked Apple Thursday October 24th Cracker Crumb Fish; Scalloped Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, and Fruit Gelatin with Topping Friday October 25th Chicken Broccoli Bake, Carrots, Banana and Cherry Crisp with Topping Monday October 28th Italian Spaghetti with Sauce, Garlic Bread, Green Beans, Romaine Said with Dressing and Pear Halves Tuesday October 29th Porcupine Meatballs, Boiled Potatoes, Corn, Orange Slice and Mandarin Orange in Gelatin with Topping Wednesday October 30th BBQ Chicken, Potato Salad, Orange Wedge, Tangy Cole Slaw and Peach Halves Thursday October 31 st Beef Tips in Gravy over Egg Noodles, Mixed Vegetables, Romaine Salad with Dressing and Applesauce with Cinnamon 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 Obituary Ralph Juhl, 95 Ralph Juhl age 95 of Drayton, ND passed away on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at his rural home with his family at his side. Ralph Juhl was born on March 4, 1918 inBowesmont, ND the son of Henry and Christina (Berthelsen) Juhl. Ralph attended Sheyenne River Academy in Harvey, ND graduating with the Class of 1939. Ralph was drafted into the United States Army in June 1942 where he was stationed overseas in the European Theater. On March 25, 1946 he was united in marriage to Betty Fischer in Spirit Lake, IA. Ralph farmed his entire life in the Bowesmont, ND area, retiring at the age of 88. Ralph served on many church and community boards. Ralph and Betty made many mission trips throughout the world. He served on the Joliet Township Board for 39 years. Ralph is survived by his wife Betty of Drayton, ND; children, Jerry (Juanette) Juhl of Drayton, ND, Caren (Bob) Davis of Denver, CO and Charlene (Curt) Hansen of Bowmen, ND; five grandchildren and five great- grandchildren; siblings, Gladys (Hagen) Biloff, of Milton Freewater, OR, Wayne (Lindell) Juhl of Greenbush, MN and Ray (Helen) Juhl of Middle River, MN along with many nieces, nephews and cousins. Ralph is preceded in death by his parents and five brothers, Lester, Vernon, Melvin, Kenneth and Howard Juhl. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Altru Hospice. A Celebration of Life: was held on Saturday, October 5, 2013 in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Grand Forks, ND, followed by interment in the Bowesmont Cemetery, Bowesmont, ND. Online Guestbook: www. Arrangements were by Dahl Funeral Home, East Grand Forks, MN. Along the Way Continued From Page 4 much you loved him, it is like losing a child." She is so right.We miss our Sisco every single day. As memories saunter in, I try to find peace in believing he is playing ball in heaven with Papa able to run, free from pain. Just the other morning when Willow and I went for a long walk, I swear I could feel him brush against my leg and look up at me with those loving eyes. Maybe heaven really is closer than we think. Sometimes along the way we are blessed to find the kind of unconditional love that saves us. I am grateful for the years we had with our Sisco boy and I can only hope he felt the same about us. Henry Wheeler Shaw once wrote, '?k dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself." We learned so much from our Sisco, he saved us simply Down Our Street Continued From Page 3 because he loved us. For 16 years he helped awaken our souls. We will love you always and forever Sisco Bubs; may you rest in as much peace as you embodied here on earth. I would like to thank the Sugar Bowl Senior Citizens for the basket of groceries I won at their membership dinner. MI). They were joined by several DHS musicals. Saralee Hoselton auntie Janet Misiti. October 14th: James Hoselton, 17, son of Scott L. Petersen & Beth Hoselton (Fargo) demonstrated his vocal I ]]Attornay talent as soloist at Shanley III High School's fall Showcase concert. Shanley High School is a part of the Blessed John Paul II Catholic Schools Network with 200+ students enrolled. Scott Hoselton is a 1982 & famed soloist in General Practice of Law Emphasizing: Estates and Elder Law Planning. Wills and Trusts, Business Orgtmizations and Services, Agricultural Law, Personal and Fau'm Tax Services. 112 North Main Street - RO. Box 216 Drayton, ND 58225 Phone (70l) 454-3515 O lcare nt event www.nd uits 1.800.QUIT.NOW NORTH DAKOTA Ot~pAF~TM ENT Of HE<H Brough[ to you by by the North Dakota C~enter Ibr Tobacco Prevea|ion and Control Policy and Pembi~la County Public Health. 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