News from Little York

Florence Carver/Correspondent

Maxine Stoutt and Marjorie Smith attended the Church Women United Board Meeting when they had breakfast at Dew's Diner in Smithshire last Friday morning.

Condolences go to Bob Perrin on the death of his brother Raymond Perrin the past week.

LaDonna Hall and Florence Carver were Monday afternoon callers in the Robert Darrah home.

Kathleen and Lyle Worthington spent Saturday afternoon with their sister-in-law Margaret Worthington in the Macomb hospital. Her funeral service was Thursday in Macomb.

Evelyn Neal was a breakfast guest of her son-in-law Tom Avery of Kirkwood on Sunday morning. Evelyn's grandson Lonnie Avery was spending the weekend with his father.

Debra and Jim Darrah visited on Sunday evening with John and Gwen Perrin in Galesburg.

Helen Jane Nicol visited Thursday with her granddaughter Lindsay Higgerson and great-granddaughter Peighton of Rio.

LaDonna Hall returned to her home in Sun Lakes, Ariz. last Tuesday afternoon.

Maxine Stoutt attended the 68th wedding anniversary dinner at the Slammer in Aledo for her sister and husband, Ruby and Cecil Miller of Alexis.

There will be a Logo's meeting on Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Little Cedar Church.

Next week is World Communion Sunday and a special Peace Offering will be taken.

Blanket Sunday will be Oct. 18.

On Oct. 25 there will be a potluck after worship and the budget planning meeting will follow. The annual congregational meeting will be on Nov. 15.

Greeters for the  month of October at Little Cedar are: 4th- Sharon Raymond and Riley, 11th- Nick and Kristen Scheneer and family, 18th- Jim and Jane Simpson and family, 25th- Leroy and Carol Valentin.

Boys will be boys, but come to think of it, men will be boys too.