The meeting of Fall Creek Cemetery corporation has been rescheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, March 28 at the Alexandria Township Fire Station in Springdale.
Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday, March 11. The meeting opened with a prayer. Roll call was answered by members reporting 57 care calls.
Two invitations were read. One was from High Prairie ladies for a spring tea at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 16. The other was for another spring tea, scheduled for 2-4 p.m. Saturday, April 18 in Easton. That invitation was from the Easton UMW.
Peachez Joles had the program. She had each person reveal her feelings about the church. She also had a word search puzzle. Thamar Barnett won the prize.
Chairs and tables were set up for the pancake supper March 13. Other things were readied for the event.
Joles also served refreshments. Those attending were Frances Jeannin, Joles, Rosie Oelschlaeger, Marilyn Oxley, Gladys Steffen, Faye Cleavinger and Thamar Barnett.
Thanks to Ron Joles, who helped set up the tables and chairs.
The group wishes to thank all others who helped with the pancakes, including those who stopped by to eat.
On Thursday, Thamar Barnett visited Bid Sheppard. While she was there, Alvis Purvis and Michael, of Horton, stopped by to visit.
Sunday afternoon, Gail Fitzwater, Jess Barnett and Tim Davis took Thamar Barnett to a musical revue “In the Mood,” at Johnson County Community College. It was performed by the In The Mood Swingers and Dancers, as well as the String of Pearls Orchestra. It was a very good program. After the revue, Steve and Gail Fitzwater and Adam took Thamar to eat at Granite City restaurant at The Legends.
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