by Julia Snethen and Marge Zink
The morning message at Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Larry Sorrells was titled “Living Like Easter People” from Acts 4:32:37. You are always welcome to join us for worship at 9 a.m. Sunday.
Prayers and sympathy to the Leonard Bartz family, Leonard passed this past week.
Mt. Zion area is really looking like Spring. Timber is getting leaves the Red Bud trees are beautiful lots of flowers blooming also some rain, fishing has been good and the lawns are getting mowed.
Mt. Zion Cemetery Business board met at Harold Rosbrugh’s home recently. Time to make your donations. Send donations to Nancy Jones 402 N Olive St Nevada, Mo. 64772.
Donna Harris spent a few days in Golden Valley Hospital, Clinton. Wishing her a speedy recovery.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, things are rather boring according to Belle, not much going on just waiting for the eggs to hatch. Robin is still making little people quilts. Belle and Speck smell good, like dogs are supposed to
Dixie Peterson is doing therapy at Truman Lake Manor. Enjoyed her phone call this week.
Wanda Rector joined family and friends in Harrisonville to help celebrate granddaughter’s 40th surprise birthday party and did they surprise her. A great time was had by all. Not one of her eight children let the secret slip.
Tom Pelkey is happy to be outside planting his potatoes, getting ready to mow the grass. Beverly has more cats to feed. Has a litter of kittens, every time she peeks at them mommy cat moves them.
Julia Snethen has not been feeling well. Made a couple of trips to the doctors. Ron Thompson enjoyed fishing over the weekend.
Tri-County Quilt Club met at 1 p.m. April 5, the first time in a year. Next meeting planned for 1 p.m.. May 3.