By Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Rockville United Methodist Church Sunday service was conducted by Larry Sorrells titled “Receiving Your Anointing” taken from John 12: 1-8. You are always welcome to join us 9 a.m. for Sunday Morning Worship services.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home held at 7 p.m. with nine present to study the Bible.

The Mt. Zion Club will meet April 17 in the Marge Zink home.

The Mt. Zion area was thankful for the better weather; we got lawns moved, gardens plowed, trees are budding, trees and flowers are blooming, lots of baby calves in the pasture. I’m enjoying watching the finches turn yellow, folks have found mushrooms.

Donnie and Charlene Crayton, Mike and Stacy Griffith were recent visitors in the Howard and Dixie Peterson home. Dixie is still doing therapy; Howard is doing chores and keeping the yard mowed.

Tom Pelkey kept his appointment with the doctor where he had a biopsy done. The wood fairy made another visit to the Pelkey’s; Beverly’s kittens are cute.

Marge Zink and Beverly Pelkey are still exercising at Ellett Memorial Hospital. Beverly is doing good, Marge still whining just not as much; her friends are not whining much either maybe they’re getting tougher.

Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm Robin and Belle are enjoying the spring like days and getting some outside work done but no chickens yet. Belle is wondering when it will be warm Popsicle.

Glad Laverne Motley is getting back to normal.

Several from the area attended the VFW Post 11242 and Auxiliary meeting Thursday; next meeting May 2 at the Christian Church in Appleton City 6:30 p.m. supper meeting 7:30.

Tri-County Quilt Club met April 1 at the Rockville United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Fourteen ladies enjoyed an evening of quilt talk. Pam Walker gave the program on new products for quilters, Donna Harris gave program on how to make a prefect border for you quilt both very interesting. Several ladies had show and tell; Birthday treats were by Evonne Anderson and Margie Siegismund. Next meeting is May the 6 at 7 p.m.