by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was “Peace in the Storm” by Page Martin taken from Mark 4:35-41.
Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. to study the Bible had 12 in attendance.
Mt. Zion Club met Wednesday for our annual picnic at the Landmark Café in Lowry City with 13 members and two guest present.
Mt. Zion area has enjoyed the much cooler weather and the rain.
The United Methodist women from Ohio Street United Methodist Church to brunch June 21 Margie Siegismund, Mabel Siegismund, Beverly Pelkey, Bonnie Heiserman and Marge Zink attended from Rockville enjoyed the bountiful brunch and speaker Patricia Pike. We returned to Rockville in time to quilt all afternoon enjoyed our visitors Madline and Bobbie what a wonderful day.
The Mt. Zion Bunco Ladies enjoyed bunco at the Lowry City branch of the St. Clair County Library Tuesday at 1 p.m. We invite you to join us. There are prizes for loser as well as the winner. Other actives for adults are coloring and cards. Call for Information.
Recent visitors in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home have been Stacy and Mike Griffith and Eric Peterson.
Stacy Griffith celebrated her birthday Saturday having supper with uncle Howard and aunt Dixie.
Tom Pelkey has been busy mowing the grass and watching the kittens grow the tub garden are doing well.
Over at Robin Siegismund Farm Belle, the dog, doesn’t think chickens are very fast learners; Robin doesn’t want the chickens staying on the porch and assigned Belle to keep them off. Belle does her job well, Belle takes a break the chickens return and Robin thinks Belle is not doing her job well; Robin gave 10 or 12 away.
Julia Snethen is doing some better busy keeping Doctors appointment and an occasional outing. John is still running his bus route.