by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Nick Van Dam entitled “Confession and Forgiveness” from Romans 10:9-13.
Mt. Zion Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home Tuesday at 7 p.m. and had nine in attendance.
The Mt. Zion Club met in the Marge Zink home Oct. 18, for their regular meeting with10 members and two guests in Marge’s pumpkin patch (the front room) to take home. The Devotion was titled the Pumpkin patch comparing people to pumpkins; roll call was a spooky memory, delicious treats were served then we enjoyed bingo. Next meeting will be Nov. 15, with an afternoon meeting.
The Rockville Methodist Church Quilt Show held Saturday Oct. 21, had a beautiful day and wonderful crowd to enjoy the beautiful quilts on display, country store and the demonstration on applique and needle tarring. Ms. Sullians had a had a big darning needle she twisted thread on and comes off beautiful tatting, I could watch for hours. We’re hoping for a class in the spring. The youth served a delicious lunch; Beverly Pelkey was winner of the quilt drawing. The gallon of empty spool there were 79, no winner. We thank everyone making it a success.
The area Bunco girls were Dixie Peterson and Marge Zink from the Mt. Zion area. Mark your calendars for the time change 1 pm each third Tuesday of the month. It’s lots of fun. Come join us at the Lowry City Branch of the St. Clair County Library in the old school building.
Recent visitor in the Dixie and Howard Peterson home have been Marge Zink.
Karen Dodson and children visited in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home. The wood fairies are sure making Tom’s wood pile grow. Tom got a good report from the eye doctor in Warrensburg, while there. They enjoyed lunch with Beverly’s cousin.
Julia and John Snethen attended the Clinton Chapter #73 regular meeting on Monday evening; and on Tuesday Julia visited with her brother, Junior Hood, and again on Saturday, Julia and John visited with Junior, his son, Mike, and daughter, Leta Janette, from Omaha, NB. Leslie Phillips Hood was also a visitor. Ron Thompson visited John and Julia over the weekend to do some bow hunting.