by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church Sunday morning service by pastor Larry Sorrels was titled “Committed Compassionate, Consistent” from II Corinthian’s 4:4-18.
Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. to study the Bible.
Mt. Zion Club met Wednesday in the Beverly Pelkey home for regular meeting; roll call was a household hint, time was spent embellishing Christmas stocking; lots of fun. We were acting like kindergarteners not senior citizens. Wilma gave the devotion from the story of Mary and Martha. Are you a Mary or a Martha? Julia gave the secretary report, Beverly gave the treasurer report. Donation was made to Mt. Zion Cemetery and to help the Rockville youth with food projects. Next meeting will be Nov. 14, at 1 pm in the Marge Zink home it will be a week early because of Thanksgiving.
Mt. Zion had a hard frost Saturday night.
Dixie Peterson is still a patient at the Elliot Memorial Hospital and improving. Visitors have been Mike and Stacy Griffith, Marge Zink, Beverly Pelkey, Kent Crawford and Howard Peterson.
Sheri Suster was hoping to be home from St Luke’s Hospital soon.
Driving around the countryside it is hard to believe the big and little Mongraw creeks are full of water and the Osage River at Taberville is over the boat ramp and in low area 100 County Rd. is closed at the little bridge; not from the rain we got in our area, we are thankful for what we got. Soybeans are being harvested; lots of walnuts; pecans are not quite ready to harvest.
Over at the Robin Siegismund farm Belle thinks the chickens are “just getting to spoiled” now Mabel hens has to be put to bed special. Robin told Belle it no more trouble to put four chickens in as one Belle thinking about that.
Beverly Pelkey and Marge Zink are attending the free arthritis exercise classes at the Ellett Memorial Hospital In Appleton City Beverly is not complaining but Marge is doing enough for the both of them, Marge doesn’t like exercise but admits it is helping. She doesn’t mind working but she wants instant results. If you would like to join them, call the hospital for more information 660-476-2111 classes are Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
John and Julia Snethen attended the Clinton Chapter #73 meeting on Monday night, Wednesday Julia attended club, and on Thursday OATS meeting Julia and son went to Clinton to run errands.