By Helen Ellerman
Jewell and Helen Ellerman and Connie Locke worked at the Schell City United Methodist Church getting ready for the UMW spring rummage and bake sale on Tuesday, April 22 and Thursday, April 24. They ate lunch at Madalyn’s Kitchen afterward. Ruth Ijams worked in the basement.
Connie Locke visited her dad, Ben Locke, in Nevada several different days this past week.
Those having dinner at Madalyn’s Kitchen after church Sunday, April 27, were Jewell and Helen Ellerman, Ruth Ijams, Frances Lewis, Gary Joe and Gayle Dunn, Joe Dunn and Matthew Morrill.
Frances Lewis’s cousin, Bob Roe, of El Dorado Springs picked her up and took her to Madalyn’s Kitchen for lunch Friday, April 25.
The Schell City/Harwood United Methodist Women will hold their rummage and bake sale Friday, May 9, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, May 10, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bake sale is Friday only. Most items are 25¢ except for the baked goods. It will be held at the Schell City United Methodist Church basement on the south side of the church.
Church service was held at the Harwood Baptist Church Sunday, April 27. Brother Jon Caudle’s sermon “The Lone Man is Healed,” was taken from Acts 3:1-10.
Church service was held at the Schell City United Methodist Church Sunday, April 27. Pastor Connie Locke was gone. Lawrence Cripps, lay speaker from the Horton and Metz United Methodist churches, had the service. His sermon “The Sunday After Easter,” was taken from John 20:19-29. Lawrence played a special on the piano, “Go Down in Pease.” Sunday School was held before church. Gary Joe Dunn led the lesson “Rom Suffering to Gory,” taken from Isaiah 53:5-8 and Luke 24:25-27, 48-87.