by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Linda Wansing was titled “The Time is Now” from Nehemiah 2:1-8. You are always welcome to join us for Worship Sunday at 9 a.m., Tuesday Bible study at 9 a.m.

Mt. Zion area this past week has had lots of cloudy weather, rain and a lot cooler but no frost yet. Halloween was a nice evening for the trick or treaters. The trees have a lot more color and soybeans are being harvested.

Prayers and sympathy to the family of Joyce Baumgarden Souther who past this week. Joyce grow up in the Mt. Zion area before moving to the Osceola area in the early fifties.

Remember to set the clocks back Saturday night, Nov. 7, and get that extra hour of sleep.

Wanda Rector enjoyed having sixteen family members for a sit down supper last Saturday night. Wanda has the longest dinning table I have ever seen. The family visited, ate, played games having a wonderful time.

Dixie Peterson is doing well while doing theraphy at Truman Lake Manor enjoying mail and visitors.

Tom Pelkey made it to the eye doctor getting a good report, with cold weather coming Tom is filling the wood shed. Beverly has the cats already for winter.

Wishing Julia Snethen a speedy recovery from her recent eye surgery. John and Julia enjoyed shopping at the new store in El Dorado Springs recently.

Mt. Zion Club will met Nov. 17, with Doris Murphy for an all day meeting.