by Julia Snethen and Marge Zink

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Linda entitled “This is not Good-Bye”, This was Pastor Linda’s last service for us as she has been assigned to another church. You are always welcome to join us for worship each Sunday at 9 a.m. Tuesday Bible study 9 a.m.

Mt. Zion area was thankful for the rain early Sunday morning; seemed more widespread showers in some places than in others.

B Hwy. from H Hwy. for five miles got sealed; looks nice.

Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Belle has been thinking the past few weeks. Belle thinks she is making progress excepting Mark’s dog as she explained to Speck, the body is willing, but her mind wasn’t. Robin is happy to hatch more guineas, and Mabel is enjoying the little people.

Patty Bartz was happy to meet her new twin great-grandsons, Portor and Paxton, born Monday.

John and Julia Snethen had a busy week with John running his bus route and Julia off in Georgia taking care of family members. She returned the 17th. She did get to visit with Karen Harvill and her family on the way down to Sandy Plains, GA. But she was very happy to be home and resting in her own bed.

Wanda Rector visited her daughter the past few days, so far, no long vacations.

Judy and Terry Piepmier are doing fine, been getting good reports at the doctors which makes Judy smile.

Thelma Cook visited her Aunt Marge Zink recently. Thelma’s two friends, Mirinda and Sheryln, came with her. Sherlyn and her husband bought the Appleton City bowling alley equipment and popcorn machine when it was sold. The bowling alley equipment is still being used in one of two bowling places open in their area.

Howard Peterson enjoyed lunch in the Marge Zink, Stacy and Mike Griffith home on Sunday.