by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
The morning message at Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Linda Wansing. You are always welcome to join us for Worship at 9 a.m. Sunday, Bible study Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Mt. Zion area has had much cooler weather that the deer hunters appreciate. We are looking forward to Thanksgiving. Still a few soybeans to be harvested, some of the trees still have some color left and are pretty.
Over at the Robin, Siegismund Farm, Belle has been happy to stay at home where she can’t hear all the gunshots. Belle thought it only would take one shot to kill a deer, she is still seeing her deer friends. Robin is busy knitting little people’s quilts. Mabel is busy picking up pecans not many this year.
Mt. Zion club met in the Marge Zink home on Nov 17, with 11 members present. Roll Call was your favorite Thanksgiving food. After the business meeting, the ladies enjoyed two games of Blackout Bingo. Next meeting Dec 15, at Marge Zink home, Christmas party.
Julia Snethen has kept her doctor’s appointments and made it to the beauty shop and shopping this week.
Dixie Peterson is back at Truman Lake Manor after spending a few days at golden Valley Hospital.
Wanda Rector spent the past week with family in Branson.
Tom Pelkey took Beverly to the emergency room for pain and swollen face Sunday, she is doing better.