by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Nick Van Dam, join us Sunday at 9 a.m. for morning worship.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study held Tuesday 7 p.m. in Tom and Beverly Pelkey home had nine in attendance; join us each Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Mt. Zion Club met Wednesday April 19, at 1 p.m. Beverly Pelkey hostess, roll call was answered by nine women favorite spring flowers and favorite picnic food time was spent tacking quilts.

Sympathy to the family of Leta Long, Leta grew up in this area.

Hope you have noticed the pink of the oak leaves this week and corn is coming up in the field.

Margie Siegismund was among the ladies enjoying the dinner theater in Kansas City recently.

Rockville Hand Quilters enjoyed an all-day quilting Thursday, accomplishing a lot and enjoyed a delicious carry-in dinner at noon. You are welcome to join us each Thursday afternoon to stitch or visit.

Mabel Seigismund has a new puppy by the name of “Speck”, her old dog wonders if they had that much energy when they were pups.

Recent visitors in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home James and Karen Rosbrugh, David Williams and David Barnes.

Visitors in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home have been Mitchel, Jodi, Tucker and Kent Crawford. Dixie, Margie Zink and Beverly Pelkey enjoyed Bunco at the Lowry City Branch of the St Clair County Library, Marge was the biggest loser.

At the Robin Seigismund farm there are two more kids, the mothers are not welcoming Belle’s help yet! Belle says “She may not want to help when they need her” but on second thought she does enjoy her treats so best be nice.

Ron Thompson was home to help his mother, Julia Snethen, celebrate her birthday on Sunday because he wouldn’t be home on Monday.