News from Little York

Florence Carver/Correspondent

April 20, 2009 -- Elizabeth Waugh was an Easter dinner guest of her sister-in-law, Ruby Smith of Monmouth, as well as Ruby's daughters Bonnie and Skipp Scripp of Macomb, Karen and Kirsten Lufkin of Galesburg.

Kathleen and Lyle Worthington visited in the home of their son Victor and his family in Rachelle last Monday.

David and Linda Dutton had an Easter surprise when their daughter Kim, drover from Gloversville, New York. She and three friends, KellyRose, Troy Hayes and Brittny Rick Myer arrived Good Friday evening. Saturday morning, they watched Kim's brother, Matt, play in one of the Alexis Alumni Basketball games and later visited her sister, Melissa Bennett and family of Rosetta.

On Sunday afternoon, David and Linda Dutton hosted a family meal and Easter egg hunt. Those attending were; Matt and Kristin Dutton, D.J. and Jake; Krystal and Nick Carlson and Travis, all of Alexis, and Jim and Missy Bennett, Gracie, Jamie, Hannah, Daniel, Mary, Mercy and Samuel of Rosetta.

Gladys and Jim Free met their son and wife, Tom and Missy from Lanark, for lunch on Sunday in the Tri-Cities.

Corey Blodgett of Naperville spent last Thursday with her grandmother, Helen Jane Nicol.

On Saturday afternoon Suzie Simpson was in Aledo to help Mary Sackville celebrate her 100th birthday. The party was held at "The Depot."

The Little Cedar congregation enjoyed "I Believe in a Hill called Mount Calvary" sung by the adult choir with Nancy Olson at the piano.

The collection of non-perishable food and paper products for Jamieson Center's food pantry is an on-going project at Little Cedar.