News from Little York
Jim and Gladys Free recently spent a weekend with Ken and Mildred Ager of Monmouth at Green Lake, Wis.
David and Linda Dutton recently returned from a trip to Europe where they spent three days in Athens, visiting historical ruins, including the Acropolis and Mars Hill (where the Apostle Paul taught). They enjoyed a cruise, stopping in the ports of Santorni, Greece, the Island of Patmos (where John wrote Revelations); Esphesus, Turkey, Haifa and Ashod (near Jerusalem) Port and Alexandria, Egypt and Sorrento, Italy. The weather was warm and they especially enjoyed visiting the Holy Land and seeing the Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, the Wailing Wall, Nazareth and Bethlehem. Seeing the workmanship that went into the construction of the pyramids and Sphinx was amazing!
Diane and Jeff Carver recently returned from a few days spent in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Evelyn Neal held an early Christmas on Sunday when her sons, Martin and Ginger Neal and their son, Jeff, Mr. and Mrs. Tyson Neal and daughter, Bella, all of St. Louis visited her.
Mr. and Mrs. James Darrah and Maxine Stoutt attended the Mother of Twins Club lunch on Tuesday at Petey’s in Monmouth.
On Tuesday evening, Debra and Jim Darrah, Janet and Ted Johnson visited in the home of Doris and Lawrence Lee of Monmouth.
On Wednesday, Maxine Stoutt joined other members of the Maple City Red Hatters Club when they met and had lunch at Dews Dinner.
Because of the bad weather, the Little Cedar Presbyterian Church did not hold a service on Dec. 12, so last weeks announcements are still good.
Nobody can be as agreeable as an uninvited guest.