by Julia Snethen & Marge Zink
Sunday morning worship service at the Rockville United Methodist Church was conducted by Pastor Linda Wansing entitled “Where do you wear your Band-Aid?” taken from Isaiah 42:1-9. You are always welcome to join us for worship Sunday at 9 a.m. Glad Pastor Linda is out of quarantine and her husband, Craig’s, tests are going in the right direction. Still need prayers.
Mt. Zion area is in need of rain, it is hot and we don’t need to mow our yard; but we are getting produce from the garden. Forecast of rain, the rain lily is blooming, and turtles are crossing the roads, which is a good sign rain, not how much.
Sympathy to the families of June Marshall, memorial services were held July 22, at Sheldon’s in Osceola. June will be missed by all. She touched many lives in her teaching both adults and children. She was a member of the Mt. Zion Club
Sympathy to the Lois Morlock family and to the Gar Garman Family, please keep them in your prayers.
Judy Piepmeier kept her appointment with the eye doctor last week, finding a little improvement; keep praying.
Dixie Peterson still doing therapy at Truman Lake Manor; Howard and Brenda Peterson visited last week, still playing three cards at Bingo.
Wanda Rector must be out and about, only Wanda knows where I haven’t heard from her.
John and Julia Snethen had a quite week with John running his bus route and Julia spent the week at home with David, Shella and Theo Vandiver visiting on Thursday dropping off Apollo for a visit while they went to Arkansas to visit brother, Cody Wright, and family.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, the dogs have figured out its cooler at Robin’s house. Belle likes napping under the deck where the air conditioner drains, Spec on top of the deck where the breeze blows, Petey stays long enough to get a treat and goes back to Mabel’s to his cool spot. Mabel’s garden is producing tomatoes. Robin only knits when it is cool so not much progress on the little people quilts.

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