by Marge Zink & Julia Snethen

The morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was Jou: taken from Isaiah 12:2-6 and Luke 3:7-18 by Pastor Linda Wansing. The advent candle Joy was lit by the Martin family. You are always welcome to join us for Worship Sunday at 9 a.m. and Tuesday Bible study at 9 a.m.

Sympathy to the families of Jeanie Piepmeier and Jim Carrier. Funeral services were held this past week,

We wish Mary Tuter a speedy recovery, she is a patient at K.U.

A big thank you to the Hi-Way mowers for cutting the grass on the roadside. You can sure see the deer sooner.

Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Belle is wishing for snow for Christmas. Brother Petey thinks she is nuts. Petey plans to visit Santa Claus at Church Saturday, Belle will not ride in the truck even to see Santa. Robin is crocheting a scarf with black and silver yarn. Mabel is still picking up pecans.

Keep Judy Pieteier in your prayers her eye is still improving, but lots of pain, she returns to the doctor this week.

Dixie Peterson is ding therapy at Truman Lake Manor, enjoyed dinner with Howard Sunday, thanks to everyone for the cake and call.

Wanda Rector has been home most of the week getting ready for Christmas, got the tree and decorations up. Appleton City has lots of pretty lights.

Tom and Beverly Pelkey are busy getting ready for winter. Beverly has the Wood Fairy’s hat ready.

Janice Hood visited Julia Snethen delivering a Christmas basket and FFA sales. Julia drove to Clinton Thursday to a funeral and shopping. Friday to Osceola to beauty shop ad shopping, glad Julia is feeling better.