by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning message at Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Larry Sorrells was “Becoming A Great Church” from 1 Thessalonians. You are welcome to join us at 9 a.m. Sunday for worship.

Mt. Zion area has had typical Missouri weather this past week hot, cold and nice some rain lots of wind. Deer season-opening, lots of hunters. Soybeans being harvested. Seems the past week Covid 19 has been on a rampage in the county.

Dixie Peterson is doing therapy at Truman Lake Manor in Lowry City. Enjoys cards and calls.

MoDot has been doing a good job of marking B Hwy. out our way. Yellow lines really straight, especially like the white lines on the road edge really helpful when driving at night or in fog.

Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, not much happing, Belle and Robin are getting ready for winter, weaned the last calf. Robin is working with some yarn that makes it own design in nine different colors in the article you are working on, by the way, it’s dyed very fascinating.

Gregg Pelkey was up deer hunting at Tom and Beverly Pelkeys over the weekend. Tom has been busy building wood circles, been staying comfortable by the wood heat the cold days. Wood Fairy is waiting for his Christmas Hat on around Dec 1. Shawn and Diane Johannigmeier and Gary and Carlyn Kenny have been recent visitors in the Pelkey home.

John and Julia Snethen had a quiet week not doing much.

Mt. Zion Club meeting was canceled for November, will try for next month Dec. 16.

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