by M Zink and J Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Lay Pastor David Souza entitled “Trust or Fear.”
Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home Tuesday at 7 p.m. with 10 in attendance. We invite you to joins us to study the Bible.
Mt. Zion Community Club met in the home of Joela Dains home with 12 present. Joela gave the history of the club picnic. July meeting will be in the home of Beverly Pelkey, an ice cream social is planned.
Our sympathy to the Marion “Tony” Bock family. Funeral service was held Tuesday, June 19, with burial in the Harmony Cemetery.
Our sympathy to the Jack Carpenter family, services were held recently.
June Marshall has been busy being June. Getting the new paint room fixed up and finishing up and starting new projects, also its time to go blackberry picking and making cobbler. Peggy Baldwin and Debbie visited June over the weekend.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey made their monthly sightseeing trip to Lowry City for breakfast and shopping at Knob Noster. Beverly found the thrift shop there.
Sheri Suster is in the Medic Lodge in Butler recovering from knee surgery.
Recent visitors in the Pelkey home have been David and Wilma Williamson, James and Philip Siegismund.
Marge Zink is recovering nicely at home enjoying all the food, flowers and visit from family and friends. Very much appreciated. Stacy Griffith and Dixie Peterson accompany Marge to the doctor in Overland Park, KS, Friday getting a good report.
The Benefit at the Kidd’s Chapel Church for the Newsome’s family was a good success. Thanks to all who help make it a success.
Howard and Dixie attended the Wilson Picnic in Lenexa, KS, having a good time visiting workers from years gone by.
John Snethen drives the OATS bus for St Clair County he goes to Clinton, Windsor, Springfield and Bolivar so if you need a ride, call John at 417-309-3464.
Jeffrey Thompson, Julia Snethen’s grandson, spent the week at Camp Kersey and returned on Saturday after Granddad and had lunch with him but came home sick and had to make a trip to the emergency room and has been down since.
Julia took a trip with Cheryl Farrell, Norma Kloer and Charles Bean on Monday to visit Cora Miller they met Judy Clifton and daughter, Vickie, there. They all had a nice visit returning home Monday evening. On Thursday Julia and John took their ice cream freezer to Cheryl’s home in Rich Hill and celebrated Judy’s and Norma’s birthday. Saturday Julia attended the Foster Reunion in Clinton and enjoyed the visiting and food with family. Saturday evening Julia accompanied Norma and Cheryl to Harmony, the cemetery, to decorate Cheryl’s parent’s grave and found someone had put cement on Sylva’s grave so they called the sheriff's office and reported it. Thankfully the deputy came right out and the cement was fresh enough that they were able to clean it up.