by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning services at Rockville United Methodist Church by Pastor Larry Sorrells was titled “Love and One Another.” You are always welcome at the Rockville United Methodist Church each Sunday at 9 a.m.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home was held at 7 p.m. Tuesday evening with eight in attendance to study the Bible.

Mt. Zion Club met Wednesday in the Beverly Pelkey home for their regular meeting. The ladies held their annual fund raiser the auction, betting started at 5 cents and went up was lots of fun next meeting June 18, for annual picnic.

Mt. Zion Cemetery meeting is June 3, at the Harold Rosbrugh home at 3:15 pm.

Mt. Zion area has water to spare so some farmers had baled hay, the wheat is getting heads and the corn is growing. Wild flowers are beautiful along the roadside.

Members of the D.A.R. in the home of Beverly Pelkey May 6, for regular meeting; the 12 ladies enjoyed the humming birds.

Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm Belle is one happy dog finally the hen hatched some babies so Belle can watch.

The wood fairy delivered wood to the Pelkey home maybe Tom will have his winter supply before long. The kittens are sure cute.

Kidd’s Chapel Cemetery Board meeting is May 26, at 1 p.m. at Lord’s Chapel, 406 W 4th St., Lowry City. Donation can be sent to Sue Wilkins 1100 Rd. Deepwater 64740; all donations welcome.

About the same at Howard and Dixie Peterson home therapy for Dixie and chores for Howard.

Wanda Rector and Mabel Brewer decided to take a short drive have lunch out and see the local sights; they left Appleton City going south to Schell City and found both restaurants closed; on to El Dorado Springs did fine a place for lunch, one of the locals suggested a place for them to see, off the ladies went taking Hwy. 32, 82 and 54 and lots of lettered roads they found Caplinger Mills the scenery along the way was beautiful returning home after a hundred miles are so beautiful the ladies know Missouri is the prettiest state and the best place to live.

John and Julia Snethen spent another quite week with Julia at home except for a visit with the ladies at club and John running his bus route.