Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the church. Eight members answered roll call and reported 48 care calls. Pastor Larry Grove gave a prayer and president, Marilyn Oxley, opened the meeting.
An invitation to a hamburger fry, which will be 4:30-7:30 p.m. today at Easton United Methodist Church, was read.
The slate of officers for 2012 was presented and unanimously voted on. They are president, Marilyn Oxley; vice-president, Faye Cleavinger; secretary, Rosie Oelschlaeger; and treasurer, Frances Jeannin. The nominating committee is Peachez Joles and Thamar Barnett.
The group will go to Ten Penny restaurant in Leavenworth for their November meeting.
Final Plans for the chili and soup supper were made. Peachez Joles gave the lesson and served refreshments to Marilyn Oxley, Christine Black, Frances Jeannin, Faye Cleavinger, Rosie Oelschlaeger, Thamar Barnett and Pastor Grove.
There was a good turnout for the chili and soup supper. Thanks to everyone.
David and Jane Turner went Saturday to the home of Debbie Swank of Centropolis for their monthly meeting of Santa Fe Trail Leather Artists Guild. Jarbalo High School alumni met at the church Saturday evening for their annual reunion.
Frances Jeannin attended all of the events connected to the admission of her son, Phil Jeannin, to the Tonganoxie High School Hall of Fame on Friday starting at 3 p.m. She also attended a gathering of relatives at Phil and Pam Jeannin’s home Saturday evening for a barbecue.
Carol Zunbrunm of Bonner Springs and Annette Parsons of Kansas City visited Frances Jeannin at noon Saturday.
Monday, Oct. 3, Orville and Rosie Oelschlaeger met Eugene and Edna Sawyer of Horton, Donna Sawyer of Apache Junction, Ariz., and Darlene Pyle of Sabetha, at Golden Eagle Casino in Horton, where they had lunch. It was a Sawyer family reunion. After visiting at the casino, Orville and Rosie visited Gary and Linda Blanton of rural Highland and had dinner with them.
Sunday after church Orville and Rosie ate at Elle’s in Tonganoxie and then drove all over Leavenworth County to see the beauty of the leaves.
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