A special meeting has been called by the board of Fall Creek Cemetery Corporation for the election of officers. The meeting will take place at the cemetery 9 a.m. Saturday. Immediately following the meeting there will be a spring clean-up until noon. All damaged, faded, torn arrangements, trash, limbs, and other debris will be removed in preparation of the upcoming mowing season. Please attend the meeting even if you are unable to help with the cleanup.
Thamar Barnett had lunch with James and Harriet Smith of Lansing on Monday.
Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday, April 14 at 1:30 p.m. President Marilyn Oxley opened the meeting with a prayer. Roll was called and 32 care calls were reported.
The group discussed a suggestion that they go to the nursing home in Oskaloosa one day this summer to provide refreshments for a party. Members turned in their world banks they had been putting change into during the time since the last meeting.
Marilyn Oxley had the program and read “The Children’s Bible in a Nutshell.” She and Peachez Joles served refreshments to Thamar Barnett, Faye Cleavinger and guest Christine Black.
The next meeting will be May 12 with Thamar Barnett hostess and lesson leader.
Three members of Jarbalo United Methodist Women attended the spring tea at High Prairie Tabernacle Thursday afternoon. They were Marilyn Oxley, Francis Jeannin and Thamar Barnett.
Jane Turner and Thamar Barnett attended the memorial service for Fred Leimkuhler Saturday afternoon at West Haven Baptist Church in Tonganoxie. Gail Fitzwater joined them there.
David Jr. and Tracey Turner and Sydney of McLouth were dinner guests of David and Jane Turner Sunday evening in honor of Tracey’s birthday.
Thanks to all those who helped with the church rummage and bake sale, working or buying. Thanks from the Barnett sale, too.
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