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Topper Red Hatters... On the Go Our April meeting will be held at the Rasp- berry Room in Elwin Tuesday, April 20, at 12-noon. Please call either co-hostess to make reser- vations no later than Saturday, April 17. They are: Phyllis Edwards, 792-5567; or Ruth Barry, 792-5525. If any member would like to invite a guest for luncheon, feel free to do so. We will be carpooling from the American Legion parking lot on the 20th. Our group will then depart for the Raspberry Room at ll:10AM sharp. Come join the fun. Submitted by - Pat Straumann Engagement Announced 8 M.S Betsy Ulrich, D.D.S., M.S. Snq.r Creek Orthodontics Discover the reasons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois. Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. ,.400 N. CHICAGO STREET,LINCOLN: GailL Nunnery Owen Asher Cooper, 18 months, is the son of Alex and Valerie Cooper of Seattle, Washington. He is the grandson of Alan & Judi Jackson of Kalamazoo, Michigan and Ron and Cheryl Cooper of Omaha, Nebraska. Owen is the great-grandson of Jim and Sarah Jackson of Mt. Pulaski and Jerry Milder of Omaha. Leslie and Pat De Poister are proud to announce the engage- ment, and approaching marriage, of their Granddaughter Andrea to Jon Kraus. Both of Milwaukee, they plan to marry August 21, 2010. Chase Robert Snyder, 17 months, is the son of Rob & Jaime Snyder of Henderson, Nevada. Chase is the grandson of Rich- ard & Linda Jackson Stanfield He is the great-grandson of Jim & Sarah Jackson of Mt. Pulaski. Vice Prestent Did you ever try to assemble a complicated, unfamiliar item without reading the accompa- nying instruction booklet? Of course, you have! Hence, a phrase has been coined to cover this situation: "If all else fails, read the instructions." In fact, one is certainly more likely to get it right the first time when fully armed with detailed instructions to avoid any unfore- seen problems. The same holds true for study of His Word. Answers to the ques- tions of life are readily found in the Holy Bible. But one has to first open, then spend time in it to fully grasp His instructions. Broadway St. Lincol SS Class Encouragement Maybe an acronym of the word, "bible", might have a deeper meaning. The letters, b i b 1 e, become more clear when each letter represents a word; i.e., Basic Instructions Before Leav- ing Earth, may reveal God's real intention for His book. Do you want to become more knowledgeable about Christ? Do you want to enter into a warm loving relationship with Him? Do you want to place your complete trust in Him and only Him? A deep, purposeful meaning to life unfolds dramatically as one becomes more and more absorbed in His precious Word. At First Christian, we have several Sunday School classes for all age groups. Many teach- ers give generously of their time to help others grasp a deeper understanding of the Bible. Study brings about forthright discussion and learning in a classroom setting. Come join us as we "read the instructions" of Life and learn how to live and rejoice in a life pleasing to God. Study begins promptly at 9:30A each Sunday morning. Remember: Sunday School isn't just for kids anymore! Submitted By - Pat Straumann Free Estimates Shawn 414-5413 Fred 566-3427