Little York News
Visitors of Irvin Galusha over the week-end were Mary Ann Eiserman and daughter Anna Lyon of Libertyville, Russell and his children Abbey and Harrison of Williamsville, Cherry Simmons and her granddaughter Grace Seitz, Heather and son Jackson of Biggsville.
A group of ladies from this area attended the Republican Women’s Luncheon at the legion on Saturday.
Margaret Campbell enjoyed a belated 97th birthday luncheon at “Cloud Nine” in Monmouth on Saturday. A good number of teachers and former students and friends attended.
Maxine Stoutt attended the Twins Club lunch at the Old Fish House in Oqauwka on Tuesday. Then on Wednesday she joined the maple City Red hate Club with lunch in Geneseo.
Stacy Landrith of Peoria spent last Friday night with her parents Carol and Leroy Landrith.
The Little Cedar Church congregation enjoyed a solo “Day By Day” sung by Sue Hawk with Doris Lee at the piano, last Sunday morning.
Blanket Sunday at Little Cedar will be observed on Oct. 26.
The Ecumenical singers, under the direction of Leo Rammer, will be at the Little Cedar Church on Oct. 26.
Winning a hot argument has lost many a warm friend.