by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen summited by Beverly Pelkey
The morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Larry Sorrells was titled “Godly Mothers” from Timothy 3:14-15. The men prepared a delicious breakfast for the ladies for Mothers Day before church. You are always welcome to join us for Worship Sunday at 9 a.m.
Mt. Zion area plants are growing, people are busy with spring work. The weather is typical in Missouri. We were glad the rain stopped before Church so all mothers could enjoy their day. The hummingbirds are plentiful saw some Orioles they are so pretty. Lots of wildflowers blooming, nice time for a drive in the country.
Dixie Peterson is doing well with her therapy at Truman Lake Manor. Howard had been to visit.
Tom Pelkey kept his appointment at the doctors, coming home to mow the grass. Beverly attended the Tri-County Quilt club meeting and keeping the hummingbird’s feeders filled; this sure has her busy.
Howard Peterson, Brenda Peterson and Sherry Peterson, Donna Harris and Terri, helped Marge celebrate Mother’s day with dinner in the Stacy and Mike Griffith home.
Saturday, May 8, from 4 to 8 at the Appleton City second Saturday event, there was a nice crowd of people enjoying shopping, visiting and eating.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Belle is disappointed things don’t seem to be going her way. The past week she wasn’t teaching the new calves to play chase, things were going Belles way; until somehow the calves were chasing Belle and got her in the corner. Belle had to tell the calves they won before they got tired of the game. Belle thought, where did I go wrong?
Julia Snethen had a good week especially, enjoyed her visit with Chryshella Vandivier Saturday afternoon. She brought Julia a beautiful orchid plant; they had a good visit as John, Ron and Steve had gone to the races in Butler.
The exercise ladies were glad to be back to excise class at Ellett Memorial Hospital, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 9 a.m. Marge has a new gripe, she can go to exercise again.