Happy birthday Mabel Siegismund

Posted November 15, 2012 at 10:33 am

by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor David Souza was entitled “Give” from Mark 12: 38-44.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home with nine present at 7 p.m. The lesson was taken from Mark 12: 38-44, song study hymn was “Tell me the story of Jesus” by Fanny Cosby. Each Tuesday please join us to study the Bible. For more information, call Marge 660-598-4240.

Weather in the Mt. Zion area went from summer at 70 degrees to March winds to rain and 40 degrees. Sunday we needed the rain, I don’t suppose the deer hunters enjoyed the wind and rain. A few deer were taken in my area.

June Marshall and Peggy Baldwin were out and about over the weekend, they enjoyed the turkey dinner in Appleton City Saturday night at the VFW and Ladies Post 11242. The duck pond and silent auction were lots of fun. Two amazing ladies.

Happy birthday to Mabel Siegismund who celebrated Sunday with all her children. Phillip Siegismund is wondering if his sister, Robin, is getting lazy and neglecting the kids. He arrived before 6 a.m. with a bale of hay and Robin was still asleep. The kids were excited to see the hay, lots of fun to watch.

Visitors in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home were Kent Crawford, Hailey and Beth. Beth and Dixie helped serve the free deer hunter breakfast at the Ohio Christian Church Saturday.

Visitors in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home have been Gregg and Jack Pelkey of Springfield. Wednesday the Pelkey’s hosted the judging of the voice of Democracy and the Patriot Pen Essays judging contest.

Driving through the countryside you see the green fields and don’t look like wheat but are green; its turnips and radishes never would have guessed.

John and Julia Snethen have been relaxing at home with Shella in Chicago looking for an apartment and interviewing for a job which will help her to get in to Veterinarian School. Julia went to Kansas City with Cheryl to visit the doctors. They did do a little shopping.