Our sympathy goes to the Cleavinger family for the death of Boots Cleavinger, who died Feb. 15. There will be a visitation 6-8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, at Jarbalo United Methodist Church and a memorial service at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Feb. 14. Rev. Larry Grove opened with prayer. President Marilyin Oxley then led the meeting. Six members were present and answered roll call and reported 46 care calls.
A thank you note from the Groves was read.
Plans were made for the pancake supper, which will be 5-7 p.m. Friday, March 11.
It was voted to have a tea, which will be June 24. There will be a rummage-bake sale in the spring. The date will be decided at the next meeting.
Marilyn Oxley had the lesson and was also the hostess and served fresh apple cake. Those there were Rev. Larry Grove, Frances Jeannin, Rosie Oelschlaeger, Marilyn Oxley, Faye Cleavinger and Thamar Barnett.
The next meeting will be March 9. Rosie Oelschlaeger will be hostess and lesson leader.
Tim and Kelly Kouns were guests of David and Jane Turner on Saturday.
Kathy Stimac and Terry Drennon of Emporia visited Thamar Barnett on Saturday.
Sid and Karen Sheppard of Topeka visited Bid Sheppard on Saturday afternoon.
Mark and Katie Aufdemberge, Emma and Charlie played host to a 99th birthday. Those attending were Susan Wagner of Lansing, Linda Aufdemberge of Basehor, Joel Aufdemberge Sr., Joel Jr. and Lacey Aufdemberge, Reece and Kinley of Leavenworth.
The Red Rover Camping Club met at Gambino’s Pizza on Saturday in Tonganoxie. Those present were Everett and Carole Oelschlaeger, Dennis and Nicole Oelschlaeger, Michael, Angela, Sydney and McKenna Oelschlaeger and Rosie and Orville Oelschlaeger, all Tonganoxie, and John and Janice Oelschlaeger, Erin and Amy of Lawrence.
Orville and Rosie Oelschlaeger attended a party celebrating the 96th birthday anniversary of their friend Tony Collett on Thursday at Hometown Buffet in Lenexa.
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