by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Nick Van Dam entitled “A Thankful Person” taken from Philippians 4:4-13.

Mt. Zion Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home on Tuesday at 7 p.m. with eight in attendance.

Sympathy to the Marge Zink and Howard Peterson families in the passing of their brother, Clyde Peterson, of Richmond, interment was at Kidd’s Chapel Cemetery Lowry City Friday, Nov. 17.

Sympathy to the Goldie Taylor Family; Goldie passed Wednesday Nov. 15, interment in the Mt. Zion Cemetery Rockville Saturday Nov. 18.

Mt. Zion Club was held in the Marge Zink home Nov. 15, with nine members present; roll call was your favorite Thanksgiving food. Devotion was by Wilma Williams from Psalms 100. Time was spent making Christmas decorations taught by Roberta Dines, food was brought to share and entertainment was Bingo. Next meeting will be Dec. 20, with a Christmas party and pot luck dinner in the Marge Zink home and present exchange.

A recent visitor in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home was Gregg Pelkey from Springfield. Gregg helped Tom with some chores.

Bonnie Heiserman and Margie Siegismund enjoyed a few days in Branson this past week.

Recent visitors in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home have been Brenda Peterson Kent, Mitchel, Jodi and Tucker Crawford, Susan and Johnnie Damron from Fredonia, KS, and Mike and Stacy Griffith.

Over at the Robin Siegismund house Belle and Robin are agreeing on how you should smell, Belle thinks rotten rodent is great, Robin must remember Belle is in her teenage years.

John and Julia Snethen attended the Garden City Chapter installation on Monday evening. Julia spent the rest of the week at home trying to get her blood sugar under control and John ran his bus route.