David and Jane Turner and Thamar Barnett attended the funeral of Ross Hicklin on Jan. 9 in Hamilton, Mo.
Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday, Jan. 11, at the home of Orville and Rosie Oelschlaeger. President Marilyn Oxley opened the meeting and the Rev. Larry Grove gave a prayer. Roll call was answered with 84 care calls being reported.
Program books for 2012 were filled out. The pancake supper was set for 5-7 p.m. March 16.
Rosie Oelschlaeger read an article titled “Sustained.”
Those attending were Marilyn Oxley, Frances Jeannin, Christine Black, Rosie Oelschlaeger, Faye Cleavinger, Thamar Barnett and Rev. Larry Grove.
John Oelschlaeger, of Lawrence, Gary Oelschlaeger and Aidan of Overland Park finished the ramp they were building at Orville and Rosie’s house Saturday.
Several from the area attended the visitation Tuesday evening and funeral Wednesday at High Prairie Church for Mary Ellen Sloan.
David and Jane Turner attended the monthly meeting of the Santa Fe Trail Leather Artists Guild on Saturday in Centropolis. On their way there they stopped at Applebee’s in Lawrence, where Terry Drennon’s family had a celebration honoring Kathy Stimac’s birthday.
It was discovered when they were taken down at Jarbalo United Methodist Church that the baby Jesus figurines of the two Nativity scenes in the churchyard had been stolen. This is mighty low!
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