by Julia Snethen & Marge Zink
Sunday morning worship service at the Rockville United Methodist Church was conducted by Leland Brown entitled “Commitment” taken from Luke 9:51-62. You are welcome to join to join us for worship Sunday at 9 a.m.
Mt. Zion area has been hot this past week and were thankful for the rain early Sunday morning and the cooler weather. Some of the corn has tasseled, the soybeans are looking good, gardens are producing. So happy for the zucchini and cucumber; probably won’t be long before “what am I going to do with this pail full.” I did pick enough blackberries for a pie.
Over at the Robin Siegismund farm, a mouse thought it could out smart Belle by hiding in a piece of pipe. Belle try digging, barking and growling; that didn’t work. But it took so long that her people were looking for her when Robin found her, Belle asked to stay so Robin let her; later she came home a happy dog, we assume she got the mouse and patience paid off.
Judy Piepmeier accompanied Terry to the eye doctor in El Dorado Springs, she said it felt good not being there to see the doctor.
Dixie Peterson is still doing therapy at Truman Lake Manor.
Wanda Rector had plans to go out for dinner Friday evening. She is tired of mowing the yard and needs a change of scenery.
John and Julia Snethen have been busy, John with running his bus route and Julia keeping her appointments. Julia went to Knob Noster on Tuesday for medicine and spent the day with Shella, Dave and Theo. Ron, Julia’s son, has been getting used to his new motorcycle.