By Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Paige Martin taken from Matthew 10:24-39
Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Tom and Beverly Pelkey’s home with nine in attendance.
Sympathy to the John Rosbrugh family, services were held in St. Louis on Wednesday and internment was held at Mt. Zion Cemetery Rockville on Thursday, June 22.
The weather in the Mt. Zion area has been wonderful; the corn has tasseled and has ears.
Sheri Suster is progressing nicely with her shoulder surgery and she starts therapy soon.
The Bunco girls, Sheri, Julia, Beverly and Marge, helped Dixie celebrate her birthday by having lunch before going to Bunco at the Lowry City branch of the St. Clair County Library Tuesday, June 20. Dixie had the most wins and Sheri had the most losses; a very enjoyable afternoon.
Wednesday, June 21, the Mt. Zion Club held their annual Picnic at the Forest Park in Appleton City. Thirteen ladies enjoyed their sack lunch and the shelter house was nice and cool. Their business meeting was conducted with devotion by Wilma; treasurer’s report by Beverly and secretary’s report by Julia. Then, we toured the Appleton City Museum, it was very interesting; nice and clean. I liked the quilts and wedding dress best; there was a picture of the Mt. Zion Church that hung in the Mt. Zion Church. Several of us attended the country school. One member, June Marshall, started her teaching career in a country school.
Eric Peterson was a recent visitor in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home. Howard and Dixie enjoyed helping Stacy Griffith celebrate her half century birthday. Marge Zink and Mike Griffith were dinner guest also.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey are enjoying their new refinished deck furniture; Tom has almost gotten the potatoes harvested
Julia and John Snethen had a quiet week, but the weekend was very busy with running to Knob Noster twice taking Taylor and Rex to have a sleep over with their mom, Shella Akers. Shella is busy making wedding plans and has already worn Julia out.