by Julia Snethen & Marge Zink

Sunday morning worship service at the Rockville United Methodist Church was conducted by Pastor Linda Wansing entitled “By God’s Grace” taken Ephesians 2:1-10. You are always welcome to join us for worship Sunday at 9 a.m. and Bible study Tuesday morning 9 a.m.

Mt. Zion area is enjoying the cooler weather but still need rain. Several hay bales have been lost because of fire starting from a spark from the electric fence. Sumac is about the only color showing of the trees. Still goldenrods and sunflower like flowers. Some areas had their first frost but not the Mt. Zion area.

Mt. Zion Club will meet Oct. 19, with Roberta Dines hosting; lunch at noon in Appleton City.

Prayers and sympathy to the family and friends of Jane Cole. Funeral services were held Friday with interment at Yeager Cemetery.

Ladine Parks is still a patient at Elliott Memorial Hospital in Appleton City, she is doing better.

Wanda Rector was resting up from her recent trip and planning for her next trip, she made it to Rockville to quilt on Thursday.

Dixie Peterson keeping busy doing therapy at the Truman Lake Manor also bingo, television and enjoying visitors

Rockville Hand Quilters finished a quilt and started another beautiful one.

Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Belle has found out the hard way you can’t go messing around in the cow lot. Mminding your own business just visiting with the calf, the mommy cow didn’t like Belle playing with her baby and let Belle know by chasing her out of the lot. Belle hasn’t moved that fast in days and got no sympathy from Robin.

John Snethen spent a quite week with his bus route and Julia kept her appointments and spent the week with Shella and Theo in Knob Noster returning home on Thursday evening, Shella got Julia a couple of very large mums which John and Julia planted on Friday afternoon after bringing in all of their house plants.