NEWS

News From Little York

Florence Carver/Correspondent

Fred and Bonna Johnson had a busy but happy Father's Day. Their son, Ronald, from Eldon, Mo., visited them over the weekend. Janice Hamberg with her daughter, Deanna McCurdy, and her five-month old son of Alexis also called on them. In the evening, their son, Larry, and grandson, Jonathan, had a cookout for Bonna and Fred. Janice and Greg Hamberg were evening callers.

Bonna Johnson visited her mother, Marjorie Livingston in the Monmouth Nursing home on Saturday afternoon.

Last Tuesday and Wednesday, Jenny Hatch with her children Aizik and Sydnie of Edwards, Ill., visited her mother, Marjorie Smith. Another grandson, Josh Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Farmington, also spent three days with Marjorie.

Barbara and Steve Determan of Early, Iowa, spent Friday night at her parents, Helen and Clyde Campbell and attended the 90th birthday Open House of Barbara Conn on Saturday afternoon in Monmouth.

On Friday evening, Greg and Sue Campbell entertained relatives of Sue's mother, Barbara Conn of Monmouth, in honor of her 90th birthday. Mrs. Conn's five children, Gary Conn, Oren Conn, Alice Conn, Cynthia Swanson and Sue Campbell were joined by relatives from Marinez, California; Marcellus, Michigan; Baton Rouge and Seidell, Louisiana; Richmond, Virginia; Denver, Colorado; Rio Rancho, New Mexico as well as Iowa and Illinois for an evening reunion supper. This group was joined on Saturday afternoon for an Open House at Cloud Nine in Monmouth with the five Conn children hosting grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors and local friends. A great time was had by all-especially Barbara.

Kathleen and Lyle Worthington returned home Sunday afternoon after visiting their sons and families in Rochelle and attending ball games for each of their grandsons.

The Little Cedar Church will not have a Women's Bible study on Thursday. In July and August they will meet the second and fourth Thursdays. The evening study will not meet until September.

The Little Cedar greeters for the month of July are 5th-Lawrence and Doris Lee; 12th-Berry and Cheryl Free; 19th-Jim and Gladys Free and 26th-Bill and Sue Hawk.

“I think it's misfiled” is the adult equivalent of “my cat ate it.”