Gary Oelschlaeger took Orville and Rosie Oelschlaeger out to eat on Mother’s Day at Applebee’s in Leavenworth.
Later in the day John and Janice Oelschlaeger, Erin and Amy of Lawrence visited them.
Beth Atchison, Colby and Thomas, nephew Dylan and niece Arianna, all new Jarbalo residents, made a Mother’s Day visit to Orville and Rosie’s house the day before Mother’s Day.
David and Jane Turner set up a booth May 10 at the Square Fair, a craft show in Garnett. They stayed May 9 with Paul and Lynn Heskett in Moran.
Jarbalo United Methodist Church Women met Wednesday, May 14, at the church. Mariliyn Oxley opened the meeting with a prayer. Seven members answered roll call and reported 47 care calls. An invitation to a tea June 7 at Crossroads United Methodist Church in Lansing was read. Plans for June tea were made.
Rosie Oelschlaeger had the program and went over the program to be presented at the tea. She played two hymns on the piano that will be part of the program.
She served refreshments to Marilyn Oxley, Elaine Onasch, Faye Cleavinger, Frances Jeannin, Thamar Barnett and Rev. Larry Grove.
There will be a memorial service at 2 p.m. Sunday at Fall Creek Cemetery. Rev. Grove will officiate.
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