by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Nick Van Dam entitled “The Five Love Languages.”
Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. with six present to study the Bible; several regulars are still entertaining the “crud.”
The one week late Valentine luncheon at the Rockville Methodist Church hosted by the ladies was well attended, the ladies from area churches enjoyed a delicious meal, a trunk shoe and music. The fellowship hall was beautifully decorated, the weather started out rainy but the sun came out and was a beautiful day.
The Mt. Zion area appreciated the much need rain.
Spring cleaning is doing well in Rockville the old meat plant property is being cleaned up and looking good.
Recent visitors in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home were Helen Wyrick and Tyson.
Marge Zink was surprised by family and friends with a surprise birthday party and she was surprised! Marge is still admitting to being 19 x 4+ 4.
Sheri Suster celebrated her birthday the 19th and her wedding anniversary the 17th.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm Belle and Robin are happy; the wait is over! Finally Dora and Doris had their babies’ one boy goat each.
A weekend visitor in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home was Brenda Peterson from Richmond; Dixie is doing therapy at home.
Julia Snethen attended the OATS meeting in Osceola on Thursday then went on to Clinton to visit with Maureen Wallace on the upcoming wedding of granddaughter, Shella. John ran his route and son Ron Thompson came by for a visit Sunday evening.