by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Church by Pastor Souza was entitled “Time is of Essence” from Luke 21: 3-17 Isa 65: 17-25.
Mt. Zion Home Bible study held the second Tuesday in the Joela Dains home with 14 in attendance. Every other Tuesday we meet in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home. Everyone is welcome to join us at 7 p.m. each Tuesday.
Mt. Zion area is really having Missouri weather, traded my long sleeves for a tank top. Deer season opened with wind and rain; didn’t discourage many hunters.
Dixie Peterson is greatly improved and looking forward to going home; some of her visitors have been Stacy Griffith, Brenda Peterson, Mitchel, Kent, Jodi, and Tucker Crawford, Arthur and Bea Gordon, Katherine Snyder, Paul David Crawford, Mike Nilligan, Holey, Nick, and Lee. Visitors sure make your stay easier.
June Marshall, Clyde and Sharon Gill enjoyed the VFW Post 11242 and Ladies Auxiliary Turkey dinner Saturday night in Appleton City. June has been busy working up the apples and visiting sister, Doris, in El Dorado Springs while having her car worked on; then to Clinton shopping and exercising, just staying busy.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey went shopping in Nevada.
Recent visitors in the Stanley and Marge Zink home were Rex Stark, Tom and Beverly Pelkey and Stacy Griffith was an overnight guest.
Winner of the Veteran’s valor quilt drawing sponsored by Ladies Auxiliary was Gary Burns, winner of the patriotic afghan was Justin Masten. Thanks for sending the names.
Thanks to Bob Hough and Mike Kenny for finishing Julia and John Snethen's house, they are awesome contractors. Julia is doing better, waiting for more tests in Kansas City. She did try to attend the Osceola Charter #30 installation on Thursday night and made it half way through before John had to take her home. She got out Saturday night for the turkey dinner in Appleton City, was good visiting with friends and neighbors. Enjoyed seeing Pastor David Souza, Leroy and Dorotha Swopes. Julia finally found something that tasted good to her and that was Barbara Carpenter's pickles