News from Little York

Florence Carver/Correspondent

Bob Perrin joined Jerry and Sandy Perrin of Parkview, Iowa, Don and Barb Owens, Marilyn, Wilber and Don Perrin, all of Monmouth, when they had a pot-luck dinner at the Rosewood Nursing Home on Sunday to celebrate their brother Raymond's 70th birthday.

Katie Banks and her daughter Whitney of Pampa, Texas visited Wednesday and Thursday with her grandmother Marjorie Smith. On Saturday Marjorie attended a birthday party for her great-grandson Noah, small son of Laura Smith.

Doris Lee joined the "Wesleyett's Trio" last Monday morning when they entertained for the residents on F wing at OSF Family Hospital.

Suzie, Terri and Joe Simpson were at ROWVA High School last Saturday evening to attend the "Oklahoma" play that Suzie's grandson Nick Simpson had a part in.

Barbara and Steve Determan, with daughter Kourtney of Early, Iowa visited her parents Helen and Clyde Campbell over the weekend. They also visited with Barb's brothers Greg and Russ and their families.

Church Women United will meet on Friday, April 3, at 1:30 p.m. for their Love Tea at the Smithshire Methodist Church. The program will be by David Simpson.

On April 9, Maundy Thursday, the Sugar Tree Grove Church will join in a "Seder Supper" that Little Cedar is hosting.

The Little Cedar congregation enjoyed special music Sunday morning during worship when the adult choir sang 'Shepherd Melody." Everyone was happy to have Debra Darrah back after suffering from a broken arm.