Tammy Mooberry of Iola was in this area for several days last week. She stayed one night with Ronnie Moobeery, Dameta Tullis and Ricky and the rest of the time she stayed with Thamar Barnett.
She spent a lot of time helping Kipp Barnett get ready to open his store at a new location in downtown Tonganoxie.
Jarbalo United Methodist Women met Wednesday at the church. Rev. Larry Grove opened the meeting with a prayer. Seven members answered roll call and reported 51 card calls.
The group has been invited to a tea April 18 at High Prairie Church. They voted to pay for a new water heater from their kitchen fund. Plans were finalized for the pancake supper.
Thamar Barnett had the program and read the story about the hymn, “Trust and Obey.” The group sang the hymn. Thamar served refreshments to Marilyn Oxley, Elaine Onasch, Faye Cleavinger, Rosie Oelschlaeger, Frances Jeannin and Rev. Grove. After the repeating of the UMW Purpose, chairs and tables were set up for the supper.
At the March 9 meeting of Fall Creek Cemetery Corporation, it was decided to have a work day starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 13, at the cemetery. Rain date will be April 20.
Those visiting Orville and Rosie Oelschlaeger recently were Gary and Ann Oelschlaeger, Aidan and Abby of Overland Park and John Oelschleager of Lawrence. Marilyn Oxley and Rosie had lunch Thursday at Spangles in Lawrence.
A newer organ has been given to the church by a friend from Lawrence. The old organ, which is in need of some repair is free for the taking. Anyone interested can call 913-727-1727.
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