by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church Sunday morning service was by Pastor Larry Sorrells from Malachi 3:1-4.
Mt. Zion Home Bible study, held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home, was cancelled due to illness They meet Tuesday evening at 7 pm to study the Bible.
Mt. Club will meet 10 a.m. at the Marge Zink home Dec. 19, we then go to Clinton for shopping and lunch.
Mt. Zion area weather has been cold but we are thankful we didn’t receive the snow that was forecasted earlier in the week.
Glad to report that the neighbors with the crud are getting better; Bob Suster is still in the hospital.
Tri-County Quilt Club Christmas party and meeting was Dec. 5. The ladies enjoyed a delicious carry-in meal and presents. Phyllis’s game is always lots of fun. We are looking forward to 2019.
VFW Post 11242 and Ladies Auxiliary were canceled due to illness and cold weather.
Been quite over at the Dixie and Howard Peterson home, Dixie is doing therapy.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey are much improved and able to go to the grocery store, Tom ready to cut more wood.
Stacy Griffith attended Master of Science in Nursing ceremonies for daughter, Melissa Hallman, from Mercer University in Atlanta, GA, Dec. 10. Melissa is the granddaughter of Marge Zink.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Belle thinks Petey is a “wimp” when he hurts his paw; he really thought it was bad. Only a treat from Robin cured it and blind Betty, the cow that Robin and Belle raised, needed to go across the road into another of course the days traffic had to wait on her. She was in a good mood and followed Robin across enjoying the traffic waiting, life is never dull on the farm.
Beverly Pelkey and Marge Zink are still making it to exercising class twice a week and Marge is not complaining as much.
Sherry Peterson of Garden City had lunch with Marge Zink on Sunday.
John and Julia Snethen went to Pappinsville to visit Phyllis Stewart and enjoyed the time spent there.