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Page 4 Lake Stevens September 28, 2011 I; Antique ' Chinese Bottle Ii mm 001M!" MS" I CONTRIBUTING WRITER In 1974 an antique bottle was sold at a London auc- tion house for over one million dollars. The 16-inch high bottle dated from, about the year 1400, placing it in the early Ming dynasty. The bottle was decorated in blue and white with a picture of a dragon in some bushes and trees. According to experts, only three such bottles are known to remain. I am amazed at the value some folks put on certain objects. Would you be willing to spend over $ 1,000,000 for something you could not use or that could easily be broken? I know what my answer would be. Yet many folks continue to spend the most valuable pos- session they have on trinkets that will not last. Many are spending their lives for the fading treasures of this earth. Matthew 6:19-21 warns us against storing up our treasures on earth. Such treasures may be con- sumed by rust or moths or be stolen by thieves. The Bible encourages us to store up treasures in heaven where they will not be destroyed or stolen. More than the location of our treasures is the attitude underlying their location. In Matthew 6:21 Jesus says, “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." What are you really seeking and what are you willing to give up for your choice? I encourage you to seek the things that are above by giving your heart and life to Jesus Christ. Follow Him through the lessons of life as you look to the true treasure of His glory. ‘ H Ul v Holy ‘ ross Catho ‘ Of Lake Stevens Granite Falls The following masses are now at our new site at Lochsloy on SR 92 (1/3 mile E of Soccerfields) 5pm, Saturday's Sunday’s at 7:303:11, 92003111, 10:303m, ‘ . 12:00pm (Spanish), 5:00pm Mass Rel. Ed 8; Youth Programs also on Sundays www.holy-cross-parieh.com A s; s r M e l. v Sunday 10:00 am. Morning Worship with Russ Larson 6200 pm. Evening Worship Wednesday Groups 7:00 pm. an). Sundays (& various in week): Bible classes/3m. grps WW 360-691-AMEN (2636) I f 9305 — an: n u. . 425-334-3700 Granite Falls Historical Society holding dinner for GFHS class of 1961 JOURNAL STAFF The Granite Falls Historical Society is holding a “Prime-rib-and-plank-smoked-salmon" dinner on the evening of Friday, Sept. 30. The public is invited, and the Granite Falls Class of 1961 will be specially-recognized guests. Wine, pop, coffee, tea, and hors d'oeuvres will be served at the Granite Falls Museum starting at 6 pm. Dinner will be served at Legion Hall at 7 p.m. Space is limited, and they need to arrange for the proper amount of food and beverages, so RSVP is requested. You can make your reservation by calling 425-334; 9078, or by sending RSVPs to info@gfhistory.org or PO. Box 1414, Granite Falls, WA 98252. Price is $30/ couple, or $20/ single. You can pay at V the deor, but payment in advance is preferred, with check made out to Granite Falls Historical Society, mailed to the aforementioned address. L.S. Family History Center offers classes JOURNAL STAFF The following are the classes that will be offered at th Lake Stevens Family History Center for 201 1. ““ Please register at nixon.genealogy@hotmail.com by sending you name and the class desired. Thurs. Oct. 6, 13, 20: Three week Beginners Research Series 12 pm. to — 1 pm. Thurs. Oct. 6, 13, 20: Three week Intermediate Research Series 1 pm. to 2 pm. ' Tues. Nov. 1: “Gathering Info" 10 am. to 11 a.m. ’ Wed. Nov. 2: “Gathering Info” 7 pm. to 8 (repeat) Wed. Nov. 9: “Computer Tips 8: Tricks" 10 am. to 1 1 am. Tues. Nov. 15: “Organizing Info” 10 a.rn.t_o;1‘1 am. Wed. Nov. 16: "Organizing Info" 7 pm. to 0 pm. (repeat) .- snohomishmmmunirychurch real help real frlends ' real faith real adventure JOIN us on SUNDAYS SERVICE TIMES: 9:00am and 10:45om 13622 Dubuque Road Snohomish .WA 98290 425-334-9181 www.mocommthurthorg assassin. Serving lake Stevens, Snohonrieh, and beyond“ K16 atevens FAMILY *CHURCH, Programs for all ages - :7 Summer Schedule 10:00 am. only Meeting at the Lake Stevens Boys Girls Club 1609 E. Lakeshore Drive WA 98258 www FFonline info 0 425 334 5900 Sumay Services : 1' SUNDAY MORNING AT 10:15 AM Free Resources available include: Ancestrycom; Fam- ilysearch.org; Footnotecom (now Fold3.com);Wor1d_Vital Records and many more in addition to 10 computers for use, as well as FreeWrFi for genealogy. There will also be Sunday evening programs from pm. to 8 pm. On the following Sundays: Sun. Oct 30: “Who Do You ThinkYou Are? —Where Do I Begin? if Sun. Ian 29: “Effective Research Strategies- Who or What Am I Looking For? All classes-and programs are presented at The Family History Center located in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Building at 10120 ChapeEHill Rd. Lake Stevens. g . For questions please contact Director SusanPutnam at 425-334—9166. Sunday School: During service . Nevdaorn - Grades ‘ ‘ f‘t’. Youth Group: 7:00 pm, 9015 Vernon Rd. 1 Sundays 10:00 am (425) 397-0515 www.TheLakeChurch.org 9015 Vernon Rd. ( 1 Mile North of Haggen) 425—334-0421 5' Sunday Worship 8:30 am. or 10:30 am. Sunday School 9:40 am. Wednesday Worship 7 pm. Wm Home of Ebenezer Lutheran . PshoI-45-397-6374 M43 0? WD LuruexA/v currqu Bible Classes, All ages at 9:00 am ,' Meeting at: Zion Lutheran School (425)377-2173 3923 103rd Ave. SE Lake Stevens, WA 98258 www.lambofgod-lakestevens.org ' Pastor, Rick Johnson ' I Worship/Youth Leader, Jan Novak Advertise your church or place of worship in the church directory ' Contact the loumal 3425-3154-9252 or production@lakestevensjoumal.com Want to upgrade to a. larger display ad? Contact advertising at ads@lakestevensjournalcom E ‘