Ora Mae Droege 824-6326
St. Salvator Lutheran Church, Venedy, IL.
Rev. Art Eichhorn, Pastor
9:00 A.M. Vacation Bible School in the Educational
10:00 A.M. Sunday morning worship
Scripture Amos 7:7-15 Ephesians 1:3-14 Mark 6:14-29
St. Johns United Church of Christ, Johannisburg, IL.
Rev. Bill Groennert, Pastor
8:30 A.M. Sunday morning worship service
Our special mission project of bicycles for the Hoyleton transitional Living Program was a success. We went beyond our goal.
July and August mission Project is the Irvington Food Pantry
A marriage may be made in heaven, but the maintenance must be done on earth.
Stanley and Ora Mae Droege, Ed and Laura Paszkiewiez, Steve and Gina Dorege and Dave Droege dined together at Smokin K’s BBQ and More in Millstadt Friday evening. Stanley, Ora Mae, Ed, Laura, Steve and Gina then attended the Millstadt Community Club Patriotic Concert at Zion Evangelical Church.
The Millstadt Community Choir presented the musical “Freedom” a salute to American Liberty created by Debroah Craig Claar. Also in honor of the Millstadt police department a special tribute to their local heroes was presented.
Another busy week as the 72nd Washington County Fair at Nashville is July 7th to the 11th. Hoyleton’s Hofbraufest is July 10, 11, and 12th. Tri-County Electric Coop. 77th annual membership meeting will be held Saturday July 11th at the cooperative office in Mt. Vernon.
Check your calendar for the correct date, Venedy picnic date has been moved to August 15th.
Congratulations to Marilyn Segelhorst who became a great grandmother July 4th. Kelly and Jeff Goforth are the parents of a baby girl Olivia Alynn she joins a sister Peyton.
“Be careful that your marriage doesn’t become a duel instead of a duet”.
Bizarre and Unique Special Days
July Unlucky month for weddings
July 9th National Sugar Cookie Day
July 11th Cheer up the Lonely Day
July 12th Different Colored Eye Day and Pecan Pie Day
July 15th Tapioca Pudding Day and Cow Appreciation Day; Go out and give a cow a hug.
Steve and Gina Droege attended the St. Louis Cardinal-Chicago White Sox baseball game at Busch Stadium Tuesday evening.
Are you one of the millions of baby boomers who has worked all of your life and looking forward to the day when you can retire and enjoy your leisure only to find yourself restless and bored now the time has finally come? Why not look into volunteering as a way of enriching your life. While at the same time, providing support and assistance to others in need?
The secret of success is to start from scratch and keep on scratching. Hard work means nothing to a hen. Regardless of what business prognosticators say about the price of eggs- regardless of what others expect of her- regardless of fluctuations in the Commodities Market- she keeps on digging worms and laying eggs. If the ground is hard she scratches harder. If it’s dry, she digs deeper. If it is wet, she digs around it. If she gets a few more hours of daylight in the barnyard, she digs a few more hours. Have you ever seen a pessimistic hen? Have you ever seen a hen cackle in disgust at the prospect of her job? Did you ever hear one cluck because the work was hard, the conditions were poor, and some of her eggs were taken from her before they hatched? No. Hens save their breath for digging. They save their cackles for the eggs that are laid. Farmers don’t have chickens running at large anymore today. Most chickens are caged for better egg production. There are few people with some chickens yet, but not like years ago.
July 4th we celebrated the 239th birthday of our country in many ways. Some attended Patriotic Services, Barbecues, boating, fireworks etc over the weekend. Now back to work.
Success in marriage is more than finding the right person. It’s becoming the right person.