by Julia Snethen & Marge Zink
Sunday morning worship service at the Rockville United Methodist Church was conducted by Leland Browing entitled “Choices” taken from Luke 10:38-42. You are welcome to join to join us for worship Sunday at 9 a.m.
Mt. Zion area needs rain; not to long ago we were complaining about too much rain. Crops are looking good. The pretty pink flowers along the edge of the road are chicory. Is that where they get chicory that makes coffee?
Lots of hummingbirds in the Mt. Zion area.
John and Julia Snethen had a busy week with John running the bus route and Julia went to Knob Noster to help Shella with a weeklong garage’s sale. Poor little Theo was sick with an ear infection and was not a happy little fellow.
The rabbits at Roger and Terry Scherick’s driveway have finally multiply two rabbits that have been there a long time, kind of like a landmark.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, not much exciting going on. Spec and Petey joined Belle again this past week to enjoy the Lazy, hazy, days of summer by watching and counting rounds the men made mowing. Belle is looking forward to the first snow. She did enjoy seeing a surprise calf. Robin is busy so, not getting much knitting done; she only hatched a few guineas. Belle is happy about that but doesn’t tell Robin.
Wanda Rector has been resting up and planning her next trip, she went to quilting on Thursday at Rockville.
Dixie Peterson is doing therapy at Truman lake manor. Howard visited several things this week. Brenda Peterson visited this past week.