by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Leland Browning. June 18 is Father’s Day. Ladies will serve men breakfast at the Fellowship hall, all men are invited. Come and see if this year we really do serve corn flakes.
Mt. Zion Home Bible study held Tuesday, 7 p.m. in Tom and Beverly Pelkey home had nine in attendance. We had a free car wash driving home in the rain.
Mt. Zion Club will met June 21 in the Park at Appleton City at noon with a sack lunch then tour the museum. For a ride or information, call Marge at 660-598-4240.
Great weather was had for the Appleton City Fair. Always nice to visit with friends you see once a year.
Osceola High School held their school reunion over the weekend, was very nice.
Farmers are mowing hay and planting beans, the corn is really growing; I’m ready for fresh corn.
Nothing exciting going on at the Robin Siegismund Farm. Belle is staying busy caring for the “kids.”
Howard and Dixie Peterson attended Howard’s class reunion Saturday at Osceola High School.
Stephanie Childress from Opelika, AL, visited the Marge Zink and Stacy and Mike Griffith homes; grandchildren sure grow up fast, just yesterday she was starting school now she is a senior at college.
Family dinner was held in Stephanie’s honor. Those in attendance were Sherry Peterson of Garden City, Clyde, Josephine and Brenda Peterson, Charles Wilson, Coralee Miller of Appleton City and Tom and Beverly Pelkey of Rockville.
Tom Pelkey harvested one of his tubs of potatoes getting lots of potatoes.
John and Julia Snethen attended the Foster reunion in Clinton on Saturday. Julia Snethen took Lou Ann Taylor to Clinton on Monday for a doctor’s appointment and to run some errands.