By Julia Snethen and Marge Zink
Search morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church is here doctor about managing your generalized was conducted by the Wednesday night youth group under leadership of Paige Martin. They did a good job. Pastor Linda brought the message. You are always welcome to join us for worship each Sunday at 9 a.m. Tuesday Bible study 9 a.m.
Mt. Zion area had to put on their coats recently when we woke up to 28 degrees. The soybeans that were up didn’t fare so well, the corn looks sad but supposed to be OK.
Prayers and sympathy to the Harvey Christie family in the passing of Earlene.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Bella is having doubts about just being a chicken herd dog after she had to spend the morning locked in the chicken yard when Bella didn’t leave when Robin was finished with chores. Bella was used to crawling under the gate but the gate was lower than normal so Bella is thinking it’s better to come when Robin calls her like the little people do, Mabel is still watching waiting to plant garden.
Judy and Terry Pete Meyer enjoy the grandkids and kids dropping by for a visit, they really made Judy smile.
Last 15 years Wanda Rector has been resting this past few days after keeping up with family for a few days. She was observed sitting on the deck drinking coffee and reading a book.
Howard Peterson enjoyed supper in the Marge Zinc, Stacy and Mike Griffin home Saturday night.
Congratulations to Kathy Miller on her retirement from Elliot Memorial Hospital.
John and Julia Snethen had a busy week with John running his bus route and Julia visiting in Knob Noster with granddaughter and great-grandson, Shella, David and Theo who took her out for her birthday in Sedalia. They took her to Kohl’s then to a Chinese restaurant for dinner. She spent the night and she returned home on Tuesday evening and John and her put the rest of her birthday present together. On Friday they set the birthday present up on the deck after Julia returned from her appointments in Osceola.