Personal News Of Laddonians (By Mrs HG Sipple)

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Personal News Of Laddonians (By MRS. H. G. SIPPLE) LADDONIA—Roger Lee French of the Rubicam Business College, St. Louis, visited his mother, Mrs. Edward French, over the weekend. weekend. Sunday afternoon his mother mother and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. French, took him back to the citv and visited Edward French at the Mt. St. Rose sanitarium. sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Smith of Elkhart, Ind., are the parents of a new daughter, Jenna Ruth, born Saturday, March 4, on the birthday birthday of Will Self, grandfather of Mrs. Smith, the former Miss Jane Young. Elmer Barnes arrived home Sunday from Barnes hospital, St. Louis, where he went for examination. examination. Mrs. Harvey Newhousc of Kansas Kansas City spent the weekend with old friends here, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Kennen, Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey and Mr. and Mrs. Price Jeffries. Mrs. Newhouse was formerly Miss Gabrella Pate cf this place. Mr. and Sirs. Roswell Gray were called to Barry, 111., Saturday Saturday to the bedside of Mrs. Sallie Gray at the home of her daughter, daughter, Mrs. Lucian Strubenger. Melvin Todd lias purchased the Dr. R. B. Baize barn and garage, and will use the lumber in the erection of a home on lots just south of Charles Edwards in east Laddonia. Rex Hancock of Kansas City Dental College was here for a short time Saturday afternoon and night, going from here to Fulton to visit his friends at the Beta house, Westminster college. 3Ir. and Mrs. Norval Wasson have purchased lots in the Moss addition near Richard DeTienne and will build a home. For the present the Wassons and sons are residing in an apartment with H. W. Snedeker. Mr. and Mrs. Berkley Broun and son have moved from the farm of Marshall Moore near Hutchison to rooms in the Charles Charles Edwards hme. Mrs. John Trower was hostess to the Fortnightly club last Friday Friday afternoon. Mrs. Charles ~lass led an interesting program on "Making Your Home Attractive Attractive With Glass." She was assisted assisted by Mrs. R. B. Baize, Mrs. Carv- er Brown, Mrs. J. Ed Glennon, Mrs. R. L. Parrish and Mrs. Ray Wangler. During the social hour Mrs. Trower served ice cream, cake and coffee. The next meeting meeting will be with Mrs. Ray Wangler. Fire destroyed the outbuildings of the Baptist church Saturday about noon, cause as yet unknown. unknown. There being no wind, the blaze was held under control. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Keith and children have moved to Smithtpn, Mo., about six miles from Sedalia, where Mr. Keith is employed by Montgomery Ward and Co. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Azdell visited visited his brother, Will Azdell, in the Audrain Hospital Sunday. John Wangler returned Sunday from a three weeks visit with his parents in St. Louis. Miss Betty Cox entertained with a six o'clock dinner Saturday Saturday evening celebrating the wedding wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cox. Those invited were George Albus of Mexico and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hopke. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Avery and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ayery were St. Louis business visitors Saturday. Mrs. Lola Fisher is employed in the Corner grocery by Clyde Hanna, Hanna, owner and proprietor. Mrs. Johana Moore went to St. Louis Sunday to be with her brother, Melvin Schnur, and her nephew, Ward Foster, on their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Avery and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Avery entertained at eight tables of pitch at the Avery cafe Thursday evening. Score favors for the ladies ladies went to Mrs. Fontella Paris and Mrs. Sallie Hagan, and for the men, Don Rhodes and Kenneth Kenneth Shinn. At the close of the games, sandwiches, potato chips and coffee were served. ' 3Irs. W. G. Bailey had as weekend weekend guests her nieces, Mrs. Homer Homer Howald and daughter, Loreta, of Center, and Mrs. Virgil Walkup Walkup of Montgomery City. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shihn entertained entertained at six o'clock dinner Monday evening, with covers for Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. John Wangler. Mrs. William Hutchison" was hostess to the Merri Rumi club

Clipped from Mexico Ledger07 Mar 1950, TuePage 8

Mexico Ledger (Mexico, Missouri)07 Mar 1950, TuePage 8
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