Leona, thank you for reading Mt. Zion news items

Posted November 29, 2012 at 11:07 am

by M Zink and J Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor David Souza was entitled “Listen-Listen” from John 18: 28-37.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home with nine present at 7 p.m. Tuesday evening. We invite you to join us each Tuesday to study the Bible. Call Tom 660-598-0477.

All enjoyed the birthday party for Ruth Allison in Appleton City Saturday. Lots of family and friends were there to help her celebrate.

Hello Leona! Thanks for reading the Mt. Zion items.

What a beautiful Thanksgiving Day. There was so much to be thankful for.

We wish Tommie Gregg a speedy recovery from her recent eye surgery.

Visitor in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home was Donnie Crayton.

Thanksgiving guests in the Stanley and Marge Zink home were Howard and Dixie Peterson; Jerry Peterson of Lowry City; Stacy, Mike, Joelie and Cassity; Griffith of Blairstown; Betty, Larry, Kelly and Casey Teel of Springfield; Clyde, Josephine and Brenda Peterson of Richmond.

Thanksgiving guest in the Pelkey home were Gregg, Micha, Jack and Shelby Pelkey; Ron and Sherry Walser and Alex Keller.

June Marshall celebrated Thanksgiving with Bill and family on Sunday. June has been busy as usual.

Mrs. Santa called again wanting everyone to mark their calendar for Dec. 9 at the Rockville United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall with pictures and stories with Santa from 2-4 pm. Supper at 6 for all who wish to eat.

Been seeing a lot of hay being baled. Is that unusual to bale hay in November?

Thanksgiving guests in the Mabel Siegismund home were Mark, Sherry and Noland; Daniel, Kim and family and Robin. Afternoon guests were Phillip, Susan and family; Rachel and family. Down the road at Margie Siegismund home was Craig’s family, Darrell’s family and Julia’s family. All gathering totaled 35 for a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner.

John and Julia Snethen and granddaughter, Shella, joined the Hood family for Thanksgiving dinner in Clinton so they could spend as much time as possible with Julia’s twin sister, Jane, who has bone cancer.

A friend told me this gem of information. Fun to get old; people don’t expect much of you.