Caring for 13 boys and one girl

Posted November 1, 2012 at 11:11 am

by M Zink and J Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church Pastor David Souza message entitled “Are You Free” from John 8: 31-38.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home with nine present at 7 p.m. Each Tuesday please join us to study the Bible. For more information, call Marge 660-598-4240.

Mt. Zion Community will meet Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. for an afternoon meeting. This week the club took 26 lap robes and 26 walker bags to a specific nursing home. The recipients were happy to receive them and the ladies were blessed to give them.

The Mt. Zion area are sure enjoyed the past week of beautiful fall weather, the leaves were a welcome surprise; I figured they would have no color after our hot dry weather of summer, the flowers especially the roses were beautiful and we didn’t complain we had to mow the yard and the grass grew in the pasture. Farmers harvested soybeans the past week. God is at work in the Mt. Zion area.

Robin Siegismund is busy caring for 13 boys and one girl, kid goats that is. They are so much fun to watch.

Daylight saving time returns Saturday night. Don’t forget to move your clocks back one hour. We have lots of practice resetting our clocks with the electricity flicking on and off the past week .

B Hwy. has a closed sign in place keeping some of us home more.

Don’t forget to vote on Nov. 6, Osage Township will vote at the Ohio Community Center in Mongraw Township.

June Marshall got a good doctors report. She been working in the yard and cleaning the house, getting ready for winter.

Howard and Dixie Peterson visited Clyde and Josephine Peterson in Richmond. Dixie went to visit Brenda Peterson at the beauty shop in Excelsior Springs.

Kidd’s Chapel Church had Pastor appreciation Sunday for Pastor Sam Masten with dinner and special cake. A large crowd attended.

Gregg Pelkey was a Sunday visitor with Tom and Beverly Pelkey.

The Rockville United Methodist Quilters enjoyed Jeanie and Debbie, Wanda and Lewis Rector’s daughters visiting on Thursday.

We wish Tommie Gregg a speedy recovery.

Julia and John Snethen haven’t been doing much. Julia did go with John on the Oats Bus on Thursday to celebrate the 21st anniversary, they shopped and ate at KFC. Julia did go with Cheryl Farrell on Friday to visit a friend in Adrian and shopping in Butler. Shella had a Halloween Party Saturday night. Several of her friends from Kansas City and Clinton came and spent the night.