News from Little York

Florence Carver/Correspondent

Neva Jo Naugle has moved from Legacy Estates to the Marigold Nursing Home in Galesburg.

Freddy Welch of Pearland, Texas spent a week with his parents, Marilyn and Fred Welch, but returned to his home last Saturday.

Doris and Lawrence Lee have returned home after spending Labor Day weekend with their daughter and husband, Deanne and Greg Foley at Broken Arrow, Okla.

A number of Little York residents attended the open house in the Biggsville Community Center to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earp.

Maxine Stoutt attended the Twins Club on Tuesday when they had lunch at the Barnstormer in Monmouth.

On Saturday evening Deba and Jim Darrah had supper with Gary and Marilyn Hilsenhoff at the Olive Garden in Peoria.

Shirley and Ted Madden of Springfield, Mo. spent the weekend here with her parents, Mary and Don Bertelsen.

Helen Jane Nicol held a weiner-roast last Friday evening for family and friends. It was a request of her granddaughter Corey, who has spent the past week visiting her parents, Mary Ann and John McCann of Oneida.

The Little Cedar Church congregation enjoyed a solo, "Our Good Shepherd," sung by Sue Hawk, with Doris Lee at the piano.

What is more embarrassing than barking up the wrong tree?