by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Larry Sorrells was titled “A Foretaste of Glory Divine” from Romans 5:1-5. You are welcome to join us for worship Sunday at 9 a.m.

Mt Zion weather has been much improved the past week, more fields got planted, the corn grows, hay got baled, gardens are producing, and lots of pretty flowers are blooming on the roadside. Some County roads got work done on them, none too soon.

Wanda Rector’s daughter and granddaughter enjoyed visiting Dogwood Canyon and other points of interest in South Missouri. Wanda knows Missouri is the prettiest state in the Union.

Julia Snethen was happy to have made it to the beauty shop last week. The little pigs are growing.

Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm not much going on. The little people are growing, Belle thinks they can play with her soon. They don’t eat dog treats which Belle likes very much.

Dixie Peterson would like to thank everyone for the cards making her birthday a good one while doing therapy at Truman Lake Manor.

Greg Pelkey visited Tom and Beverly Pelkey Saturday. Tom got the grass all mowed before it needed it again. Beverly is still feeding the hummingbirds She did take time to read a book this last week.

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