by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Nick Van Dam entitled “Being blessed in the Struggle” from Genesis 32:22-31. Communion was offered to all who wished to partake.
Mt. Zion Home Bible study met in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home at 7 p.m. each Tuesday to study the Bible with nine in attendance.
Mt. Zion Community Club will meet Aug. 16, in the Marge Zink home for an all-day meeting.
The Mt. Zion area is thankful for the rain Saturday and Sunday mornings which amounted to 4 inches.
We wish Sheri Suster a speedy recovery; she fell and spent a couple of days in the Clinton Hospital thankfully nothing broken.
Will miss the Rockville items by Paulette Rapp; I remember when I lived in the city and friends that lived out of state looked forward to getting the county paper it was like a letter from home.
At the Robin Siegismund farm Belle seems to have accepted time out; now when Robin comes out with purse and bags Belle has to be tied up until Robin returns. No more napping in the road.
Howard and Dixie Peterson have been busy caring for new calves.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey have a mommy cat and kittens that are living in the woodshed. They are still not sure who is eating the wiring out of the cars. Gregg Pelkey visited his folks, Tom and Beverly, Saturday.
Several from the area attended the VFW Post 11242 and Auxiliary meeting at the Thursday at the Christian Church in Appleton City.
Julia Snethen spent a quite a week at home while John ran his bus route. Friday Shella Akers and David Vandivier came by on their way to the float trip and left the boys, Alpo and Nick, for Julia to babysit they took Luna with them. John and Julia visited son, Ron Thompson, on Sunday.