by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Larry Sorrells was well attended. You are always welcome to join us each Sunday at 9 a.m. for worship. Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Bible study Tuesdays at 9 a.m. I have heard they have coffee and cookies before class.
Mt Zion Area did not receive any rain this week. The ground is very dry. Gardens are producing, neighbors are canning corn, tomatoes, cucumbers and squash are plentiful, the field corn has tasseled.
Lawns are being mowed but need rain. Roadside flowers are still pretty. Bailing hay is going well.
Was nice talking to Dixie Peterson at Truman Lake Manor by phone this week she is still doing good with her therapy.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Belle has had a much better week this week. She didn’t know why she was acting bad and is sorry, she realizes that she has good master, good home, plenty of food and friends a job that she loves. Belles going to tell Speck and Petey how fortunate we are. Belle wonders what the coyotes are howling about at night, thankful they’re free. Belle is always thinking.
The wood fairies made another wood delivery to the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home. Tom is happy because its much cooler mowing grass than cutting winter wood. Beverly is keeping busy in the house, it seems the hummingbirds have multiplied they are drinking a lot more.
Marge Zink is glad we have a good hospital in our area. She woke up Thursday morning with a nosebleed. She has a Doctor Mom Diploma. After an hour or so with no results, she decided she might need a second opinion. Her daughter took her to Appleton City to the emergency room, within a short time they had the bleeding stopped without going to step two, which is worse than step one; they told her. The staff respected her Dr. Mom Diploma and didn’t lecture her much.
Visitors in the Wilma and David Williams home were Marge Zink and Donna Harris.
Julian Snethen spent the week at home watching the hummingbirds. John did some errands.