by Helen Ellerman
Brandi Urley and Anna of Olathe, KS, visited in the home of her grandparents, John and Frances Lewis, over the weekend.
Those eating dinner at Madalyn’s Kitchen after church Sunday, Oct. 7, were Pastor Connie Locke, Jewell and Helen Ellerman, Ruth Ijams, John and Frances Lewis and Verla Murrell.
The Schell City/Harwood United Methodist Women did very well on their rummage and bake sale. They would like to thank everyone who bought and donated items.
Church service was held at the Harwood Baptist Church Sunday, Oct. 7. Brother Cliff Bennett’s sermon “The Lord Gave Us Growth” was taken from Acts 2:42-47. They held their first Sunday dinner after church.
Church service was held at the Schell City Untied Methodist Church Sunday, Oct. 7. Pastor Connie Locke’s sermon “A Softer Heart” was taken from Mark 10:2-16. It was worldwide communion Sunday. Items were brought for community outreach. Sunday School was held before church. Pastor Locke led the lesson “Stephen’s Arrest” taken from Acts 6:8 – 7:2a. The church still needs a piano player for the 11 a.m. service. It is a paid position. Call Pastor Locke at 432-3421.
Those visiting in the home of Rozella Gammon from Thursday evening until Sunday afternoon were Dot Spuhler and her children, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Francisco, two boys and a friend; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Cooper and Kent Spuhler all of Colorado Springs, CO. They were here to attend the Apple butter cooking at the home of Gary and Shirley Vickers. The Vickers family held their annual apple butter cooking the first weekend in October.
David O’Brien of Texas spent a few days in the home of his mother, Ruth Ijams.