by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Sunday morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Nick Van Dam was titled “Hard call.” Join us for worship at 9 a.m. Sundays.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study met Tuesday 7 p.m. in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home, with 12 in attendance.

Mt. Zion Club will met June 20, 2018 at 11 a.m. at Landmark Café, Lowery City, for their annual picnic.

Tom and Beverly Pelkey had doggie friends of Hoppy to play with for a couple of days; Greg Pelkey from Springfield visited on Monday.

Mt. Zion area was grateful for the much needed rain, plants are growing, hay is being baled.

Memorial Day services were well attended in the area. VFW Post 11242 and Auxiliary friends enjoyed lunch at the Tom and Beverly Pelkey after completing their programs.

Over at the Robin Siegismund farm Robin got a scare when she stepped out of the shed, when plop, that sound only belongs to a seasonally mouse catcher, the Black Snake, when he fell to the floor, Robin was glad she was moving fast that day, and Belle was off doing her thing. Belle knows it is hot enough for popsicles.

Howard and Dixie Peterson visited in the Marge home.

Recent visitors in the Marge Zink home have been Mary Lu Parker and son, David, from Ozark. Stanley and Mary Lu are first cousins.

We are glad Julia Snethen is home after spending several days in the hospital. We wish her a speedy recovery.

Rockville Hand Quilters enjoyed having company, Medline Woodfin from Butler. Coral Miller from  San Diego, CA, was visiting Bonnie Heiserman. Coral came for her class reunion.  Jimmy McEwan visited recently, Jimmy has been visiting us regularly for the past 10 or 11 yrs.  Been great watching him grow into a nice young man.

Mt. Zion cemetery board met Sunday at the Harold and Betty Rosbrugh home.

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