by M Zink and J Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Church by Pastor Souza was titled? ”Do you have a trusting heart” John 2:19-31, Acts 5:27 and Rev 1:4-8
Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. and had 10 in attendance. We invite you to join us.
Mt. Zion Club will meet April 17, with an all day meeting in the Beverly Pelkey home.
Our sympathy to the Irene Hartley family. Funeral service was held Sunday. Irene was the last minister wife at Mt. Zion Church in Rockville.
We have enjoyed several days of nice spring weather. Hope spring stays around for awhile.
Brenda Peterson, Richmond, visited in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home. They all enjoyed supper Saturday night at the Crawford Deer Camp.
June Marshall is doing her usual, trying to finish her taxes, enjoying all her flowers. Bill was a Sunday visitor.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey visited the Stanley and Marge Zink home Sunday afternoon.
The Rockville United Methodist Church and quilters would like to invite everyone interested in Osage Finger weaving to come see Jack Whitethorn demonstrate this skill, time 1:30 p.m. April 18, at the Methodist Church Fellowship Hall.
The Ladies Auxiliary Post 11242 would like to thank all who donated fabric for the Veteran’s lap robe project. Many hands make light work.
James and Mary Lee Tuter entertained 20 to 30 cousins Saturday at their home in Lowry City; Tommie Gregg of Rockville was among them. Reported all had a good time.
Julia and John Snethen have been trying to keep up with the taxes and the OATS bus, John babysat Logan and Kayla Snethen and enjoyed keeping the grandchildren but John got the flu and was down all weekend and Julia had to call the neighbors to have someone to talk to.