Personal News Of Laddonians
Personal News Of Laddonians By MRS. H. G. SIPPLE LADDONIA—Mrs. Clyde Moore ai-rived home Saturday'from an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Kuper of Nebraska, who is recovering from a broken hip. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kelly enter- tained'with a family dining Sunday Sunday for Ben S. Kelly and son Cecil Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Duffen of Benton City, Miss Lorrayne Lorrayne Kelly and Miss Mary Lou Lovelace, 4students of the N. E. Mo. State Teachers college, Kirksville. Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dig-gs and Miss Lizzie Diggs invited Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Taylor, Ralph Taylor and Mrs. Lucretia Davis of Martinsburg Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Lake Dillard of Mexico to eat Sunday Canada were last week visiting his uncle Ben R. McVey. Edward is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Janett McVey and used.to visit here when a child with his parents. Mrs. Ernest Scott and Mrs. Boy. Stuart and son spent Wednesday and Thursday with relatives at Edina, Mo. ..Hoyt Shotwell, manager of the Browns on the Soft ball team broke a bone in his foot while playing ball in Vandalia Thursday Thursday evening. He is up and around on a crutch ..Mr. and Mrs. Chester Avery and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gore went to Fort Riley, Kans., for the weekend with Pfc. Delbert Avery stationed in the army there.