News from Little York
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sims of Maryville, Tenn., former residents of Seaton and Little York, will be celebrating their 60 wedding anniversary on June 12. Plans are for their younger son Tom to take them to their older son Steve's home in Denver, North Carolina for a family get together. Their daughter Jody from San Diego, Calif., who is involved in making the plans, will meet them in Denver. Relatives from five or six other states will also be there for the celebration. The Sims lived in Seaton 34 years before moving to Little York in 1964. Dan was at the Little York bank for 28 years before moving to Maryville in 1998. They would enjoy cards and their address is 1506 Crestridge Drive, Maryville, Tenn. 37804, with phone no. (865) 370-5431.
The Memorial Day service on Saturday at the Little York cemetery was very well attended with 100 plus adults and 25 children present. Phil Cooper was the speaker, with Pastor Dave Dutton offering the prayer and Larry Eckhardt, the person who placed all the flags that looked so nice, also spoke. Other veterans helped with the list of names and the children placed flowers on the graves. The Honor Guard from the VFW and the Legion were also there. Refreshments were served in the church yard.
Neva Jo Naugle celebrated her 81st birthday on June 1. She is a resident of the Marigold Nursing Home in Galesburg and her room number is 207.
Marjorie Smith spent the past weekend in the home of her son John and his family in Farmington.
The Little Cedar congregation enjoyed Debra Darrah's solo "Getting used to the Family of God" with Jean Cooper at the piano, last Sunday morning.
The children from the Little Cedar will be going to camp next Sunday. Leroy and Carol Valentine, Susan Mills and Jenny Hickerson will be their leaders and helpers.
Plans are being made for an "Ice Cream, Music and Movie Night" at Little Cedar on June 13. The movie will be Fireproof.
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