by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Larry Sorrells was, ‘Love Makes Life Worth Living” from Matthew 22:34-40. You are always welcome to join us for any or all of our actives. Sunday Worship 9 am, Tuesday Bible study 9 a.m., Women’s Bible study Thursday 5 p.m., Quilting Thursday 1 p.m.
Mt. Zion area was thankful for the much-needed rain this past week. The timber is at its peak in color. The rain stopped the fieldwork so the cows got worked.
We wish Ronda Sorrells a speedy recovery from hip surgery. She is recovering at home.
Mt. Zion Club met Oct. 21, in the Marge Zink home with ten ladies answering roll call with their favorite fall leaf; Maple leaf being the favorite. Wilma gave the devotion titled the garden. Officers were elected for 2021. Next meeting Nov. 18, at Marge Zink’s home.
Brenda Peterson, from Richmond, spent the weekend with Uncle Howard Peterson they enjoyed dinner Sunday in the Mike and Stacy Griffith and Marge Zink home.
John and Julia Snethen had a busy week going to the doctor and shopping, Mt Zion Club and visiting David and Chryshella Vandivier in Knob Noster.
Dixie Peterson has a cold but still doing exercise at Truman Lake Manor.
Wanda Rector and family would appreciate prayers for Rex Rector who is battling cancer.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, things are much the same. Belle has been spending time with Speck at Mabel’s house and spending the night wondering when Robin will call her home. Belle is getting ready to go home; hoping we get enough snow to do a dog snow angel. Belle did a ripe perfumed roll and Robin told her she needed a bath, but was too busy to give her one. Robin is making dishrags along with little people quilts.
The Time Change will be next Sunday don’t forget to set the clock back.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey have been getting ready for winter. Tom cutting wood and getting the Wood fairy ready for Halloween the Black cat is missing hope he makes it home for Halloween. Beverly is busy getting the cat’s houses ready for winter.