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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Dispatch me i i Prepared for April 7 Greeters Sunday we~ Bob and Lynn Keeps. Ri,:h Verhage. Passage Sunday morning was 2 Peter !: 1- I z. Theme Sunday morning wa~; "The NaluZ-' OI- Christian.'" Passage Sunday evening wax Eplg'sian.~ 6:1-9. Theme Sunday evening was "Pleading the Filth." Happy blltthday to Linda Gt~nendyk. Apr.I 7; Keeps, April ~. We need a gtx~ rain! Preplm-ed for .'dar~h 31 Pa-',~ge (.k~gl Friday evening w~s ],~ata.h 53:1-12. TIteme Good Friday e~en, ng was "0 Sa,.~d Head Now WourMed.'" Grectces S~nday morning were Merle and R~se NyhofL John and 1"emil Keeps. Sunday sunrise service wa~, in the lani.,; Hills. Passage Sunda y ntommg wax Act 2:22-35.The,neS un- daz, nmming was "'Ct,.rist The Lord is R isen ]k~lay 7 Happy birthday John Tmucr, Mamh 27. Happy anniver~ry to Glen and Merit VanderGiesen. April I. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Nievsamo and family sla).,.'d '~he v,'~kend wilh Mr. and Mrs. Ru~elt Greamemtyk. Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Herrema and fanfity, Den ver. (.'nln.. stayed 1.~ week- end with Mr. and Mrs. John Ko~ps. Mr, and Mrs, Mark Schlatter and family slayed Ihe weekend with Mmann Schla~ler. Northbranch T~ursOa~. ~p~a 14. 2016 each person musl make the choice to come to Christ az~d accept His girl of satvatltm. Frh~dsBdiew thaleachofChrist*s folMw~:rs is given f~+dom to publicly speak asthey are Io:I by the Holy Spirit. Thus, a lime of open worship is inc'or- po~ted into thclosing of the worship .~rvioe. Visitors in the ~ervice ~ete Kenny Austin of Rockwell. N_C., Auguslus May+ Glenn and Sue I_eppert o1 Hay|land, who v, cre ~,.~.Slllng theft daughter, EmiJ~, and family al rile [kat- ~ge. Kelli Jei'tio' was ako home front college amI La Ih service_ A carry in dumet at~.,r t5 worship ~et- vice was foRo~,ed by tD~ quarterly husmess ineetin~ We wet .,orr) to learn oftl~e death tm Saemda) ~ffWayne',md Pal Warner'_,, daughtcl. Eh,,abeth H~uck. who w,th her husband. Wayne, and three g~own children live in F~mund, Okla_ She lind s|lffered from RA for some lime_ He| funeral is being planted andr a'~ per her wislms, will be held here al Nonhbranch with burial Io follo~ al the Northhranch Cemetery. Mote things I've learned' Somednles all a per~m needs t~, hand lo hold and a henri to understand. "A smile is an inexpensive way to improve your k~lks. Being kind is more |roper, am than being right. Jason Ellen or Robert Mc('relght. A pollack dinner fill[owed I1~ sets ice. Bob and Sally Engle received w urd of Ihe death of his molher and hr~tltcr. Bnfl~ livc~d in scmlheast Kansas. The.~ deaths came on the ~me day. :rely a t:ew hoots al-~n_ Mildred Reece wa~ laken by alnlau. ~aliL' 'h) the hospilal Monday n IIl:.rni ng. Jim and Ellen Vamey, Seward, Neh. were Friday guests ~1" Earl and Shirley Came',' and helped Earl eel. ehrate Ifi_~ 91 s(hirlhday. Shirley and I'arl Vamey w~.-r sup- per guests of Mark a~ld Kalhy Wlson Saturday evening Iocelebralc llhebirLh- days nfCot~per and Earl Ct~L~,pcr, Dalton and Josie Wilson :lnd Treillen Mitchdl visited Earl and Shirley Vamey Sunday aflcrmmn and hmught Earl a I~omemade lea|nn pie fi~r hi.g birlhday. TI~e Jewll Chamlx'r uf Commerce met Mcmday evening Ibr their Just meeting unfit September. Le[la Bee ke r gave an interesting talk about the Jewell Comity Hospital mid cm:ouraged v- e~ one llo stop and see the illnpr0vc- ~rmrlls hemg made at the hn.~pital. A Irked chicken meal was caler~d. Sev- er,J,I fle..'nl~' di~'us.~d. Burr .ar .~osh and Janet O.s.L Hays, are the parents of a hahy girl. Hayden Ruth born April 3. She weighed fivepounds. lO t~unces, and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are Bruce and Barb Osll, Ben and Jill Pelerson. all of Gunnisun. Colo. Great-grandmothers are Max,he WinkIe, Cawker CRy, zu~ Mary Foley. The Burr Oak cily and rural fire depar~menls me, al the fire hail in Burr Oak la_qt Wednesday for their monthly meeting and sapper. Supper was coun- try fibs in gravy, polato salad, baked beans, pickle a~d che~ It-ay and cx'~ok- ies. AI1ending were Stew and Tammy Cosand,Iohn Tucker. Cheryl Hillman. Waller Wilt