The rummage sale planned by Jarbalo United Methodist Church will be from 5-8 p.m. Friday, May 1 and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, May 2. An error in printing was made last week.
Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday, April 8 at the home of Bid Sheppard. The meeting opened with a prayer. Eight members answered roll call and reported 27 care calls. Several members plan to attend one or two of the spring teas to which they have been invited. Plans are proceeding for their own tea, which will be in June. The group decided on what they would serve at the Easter sunrise breakfast.
Bid Sheppard read several excerpts from The Upper Room. She then had refreshments for everyone.
Those attending were Frances Jeannin, Rosie Oelschlaeger, Marilyn Oxley, Bid Sheppard, Gladys Steffen, Faye Cleavinger, Pastor Larry Grove and Thamar Barnett.
Saturday, Paul and Lynn Heskett, Kody, Michelle and Isaac, and Julie Hartman came to Tonganoxie to attend a birthday celebration for several birthdays of the Heskett family. Julie went back to Iola but the Hesketts stayed the night with Thamar Barnett. Also coming to stay the night were Julia Carter and Shianne. Some of them went to sunrise service at the church. At the Barnett house there was an Easter dinner and then a birthday celebration for Michelle Heskett, who will be 16 on Tuesday.
Those attending were Steve and Gail Fitzwater and Josh, David and Jane Turner, David Turner Jr. and Sidney, Jess Barnett, Tim Davis, Derek Barnett, Luci Wotton, Eric Barnett, Kathy Stimac, Kipp Barnett, Tammy Mooberry, Ronnie Mooberry, Rhiannon Mooberry, James Cameron, Paul and Lynn Heskett, Kody, Michelle and Isaac, Julia Carter and Shianne.
Charles and Connie Sheppard of Lenexa were guests of Bid Sheppard and Kathy Powers at Sheppard’s home Tuesday evening with a birthday dinner for Connie.
Linda Aufdemberge of Basehor and Bid Sheppard were supper guests of Joel Jr. and Lacey Aufdemberge and Reese on Friday in Leavenworth.
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