Elves spotted on 801 Rd. again

Posted June 20, 2013 at 10:18 am

By Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Church by Pastor Souza was entitled “Forgiveness” from Luke 7: 36-50.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Joela Dains home with nine in attendance. Each Tuesday at 7 p.m. we invite you the join us.

Margie Siegismund and Cleta McEwan enjoyed a trip to the dinner theater in Kansas City recently. They enjoyed the dinner and show.

Our sympathy to the family of Mary Alice Hammond; funeral services were held on Tuesday in El Dorado Springs.

Jean Grogen visited Marge Zink recently; they discussed old Chalk Level days. Jean doesn’t know how Chalk Level got its name either. When I looked Chalk Level up on the computer, I found a lot of information about it including the history, but not how it was created.

June Marshall has been busy painting walls and helping Bill to redecorate the house. Sunday, June had dinner with the Wheelers.

Over at the Pelkey’s on 801 Rd., Tom and Beverly think there are elves in the neighborhood; for someone has mowed their driveway and roadway again this year. They appreciate it very much.

Tuesday evening, several from the neighborhood attended the Sac-Osage Electric Co-op meeting in El Dorado Springs. The Lion burgers were delicious; the program good, but sure was hot. Some had to leave as they were getting too hot.

Progress on the river bridge at Taberville is progressing nicely; can’t open too soon for most of us.

The VFW Post 11242 and Ladies Auxiliary participated in the Appleton City Fair Parade. The weather was great and a large crowd was on hand to watch. The Post and Ladies Auxiliary did a flag ceremony. Rain came Saturday afternoon and the fair continued when the rain quite.

Sunday, family and friends gathered at the Stanley and Marge Zink home to celebrate birthdays of Stacy Griffith, Dixie Peterson and Fathers Day.

Michael Snethen visited his father on Saturday. John enjoy time spent with Michael. Jeffrey Thompson is visiting his grandmother, Julia Snethen.