Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday, Aug. 12. President Marilyn Oxley opened the meeting and Peachez Joles gave a prayer. Six members answered roll call and reported 46 care calls.
Joles thanked everyone for their help with vacation Bible school.
There was discussion about the community barbecue and smorgasbord. Oxley gave the lesson.
Refreshments of ice cream bars and cookies were served to Oxley, Gladys Steffen, Bid Sheppard, Joles, Rosie Oelschlaeger, Frances Jeannin and Faye Cleavinger.
Due to needing to stay home for Orville Oelschlaeger’s recuperation from pneumonia, Orville and Rosie Oelschlaeger did not travel for a vacation. Instead, Gary and Linda Blanton of Troy came to them and they had several weekend “stay-cations.” Those activities included grilling at the lake, eating at a favorite restaurant, attending Annie’s Country Jubilee in Tonganoxie and several honey-do jobs. The Blantons and the Oelschlaegers celebrated wedding anniversaries together during one of the stay-cations.
John and Janice Oelschlaeger, Erin and Amy visited Orville and Rosie on their anniversary, Aug. 3. They brought a red velvet cake to share.
Thanks to everyone for all the various ways they have helped Orville and Rosie during the two months of his recuperation. He is over pneumonia and is continuing to gain strength.
David and Jane Turner and Thamar Barnett went to a 50th birthday anniversary celebration for Tim Davis, given by Jess Barnett, at their home in Shawnee.
On Saturday, Sid and Karen Sheppard of Topeka took Kathy Powers and Bid Sheppard to Kelley’s Grill and Bar in Basehor for lunch. They then took Bid to Linda Aufdemberge’s house in Basehor for a first birthday party for Kayle, daughter of Kane and Katie Rowbotham of Knobnoster, Mo. Mark and Katie Aufdemberge brought Bid home.
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