Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday, April 10. Marilyn Oxley, president, opened the meeting. Rev. Larry Grove gave a prayer. Seven members answered roll call and reported 42 care calls. They turned in their prayer and self-denial banks.
Several plan to attend the tea Thursday at High Prairie Church. An invitation to the tea at Easton United Methodist Church was read.
The group is planning to help at the rummage and bake sale April 26 and 27 at the church.
Elaine Onasch had the program and read an article about the making of the TV series “The Bible” by Mark Burnett and Roma Downing. She served refreshments to Marilyn Oxley, Frances Jeannin, Faye Cleavinger, Rosie Oelschlaeger, Thamar Barnett and Rev. Grove.
David Jeannin, his friend Brandi and baby girl Maura of Leavenworth visited Frances Jeannin last Saturday.
Rosie Oelschlaeger has been in contact with Russ Jones, pastor at Jarbalo United Methodist Church from November 1988 to June 1992. He currently is living in Oxford, Miss., and works for American Family Radio Network. He said he has done a lot of traveling since he left this area.
David and Jane Turner had dinner with Larry and Jan Schaefer of Tonganoxie on Thursday evening.
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