Mexico Ledger 02 December 1949
Bill Wolksr WithGM&O At Corder ^ By MRS. H. G. S1PPLE LADDONIA—Bill Walker has bid in the agency at Corder, Mo., with the GM&O R. R.. and with VIrs. Walker, moved there from 36wling Green Wednesday to reside. reside. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robison were called to St. Louis last Tuesday by the death of his brother, William Robison, who died of a heart attack. He was known by many here where he resided for several years, and where he often visited. Mrs. George BIRRS of Center accompanied by her sister, Mis. James Moore and daughter, Mrs. Morgan Dore, and Helen Gae Dore, spent Thanksgiving and the weekend in St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rice and fam- Page 3—Fri., Dee. 2,1949 ily, and Mr. Dore. Mrs. thunes Moore w»i ho*t«>*,s to her bridge " club Wednesday afternoon. All members were present, and Mrs. Alvin L. Kelly made high score. At the close of the games, refreshments with coffee and cashew nuts were served. Mrs. Ada McCoy was able to be moved Wednesday to the Britton Nursing home from the Audrain hospital. She remains quite ill. Mrs. Clifford Avery, Mrs. I.. R. Parrish, Mrs. Howard Christopher, Christopher, Mrs. Dick Lake, Mrs. Lorrayne Kelly, Mrs. Art Feisler, Mrs. Bazz Beshears, Pvfrs. F. P. McCord and Mrs. Joe Beagles attended attended the annua! installation of 1950 officers in the O. E. S. at Vandalia last Tuesday evening. Battle Mountain state park near Pendleton is the site of the last Indian battle fought in Oregon. It occurred, in 1S7S.