by Julia Snethen & Marge Zink
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was conducted by Pastor Linda Wansing entitled “Not so many Expectations” from Luke 12:29-34. You are always welcome to join us for worship Sunday at 9 a.m. and Bible study Tuesday morning 9 a.m. Easter sunrise services 7 a.m. breakfast followed by James Denmon with the message.
Mt. Zion area is wishing Mother Nature would make up her mind and plan to keep spring when it arrives this week. The daffodils are still blooming and the wheat fields are beautiful.
Wish a speedy recovery to Julia Snethen from his recent surgery.
Terry and Judy Piepmier have both had the crud but are doing better. Terry is back to driving the van and Judy is back to smiling.
Wanda Rector recently visited with Debbie Rector and family in Harrisonville.
Howard Peterson visited in the Marge Zink, Stacy and Mike Griffith home recently.
Rockville Hand Quilters are keeping busy, now they have three quilts in frames. You are always welcome to visit or quilt every Thursday at 1 – 4 p.m. Coffee around 2:15 at the Rockville united Methodist Church Fellowship Hall.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Belle is upset. Belle was happy when Thursday the calf was born and she had a playmate; but now Thursday has lots of friends besides Belle. Thursday and friends decided to play “chase the wolf” with Belle being the wolf. The game was fun for a while but Thursdays bunch didn’t get tired so Belle crawled under the fence to get away. Belle knew they were laughing, but she will just find some new friends. Robin and Mabel are happy to gather the eggs and enjoy the little people.
John and Julia Snethen had a busy week with John keeping his bus route going. Julia and John kept her appointments in Bolivar and Osceola and doing some shopping before returning home. Granddaughter, Shella, is in Atlanta, GA, in classes for her new job with the federal IRS. She will start Monday after she returns on Friday. David and Theo are there with her and Theo is not a happy camper in Atlanta, and keeping David busy going to parks and seeing the local sights.