Douthitt girls Christmas play. Jan 1, 1925
Rltchey. The two teachers at Ritchey, C. L. -Pearson— K&& Miss Elizabeth—Neil, combined their Christmas programs. They had a tree, with exchange of gifts among the pupils. The program included readings by Mina Lofgren, Garland Largen, Basil Horsey, Dilla- joe Beaver, Audry Beaver, Mlldre/I Branham, Cleva Pressley, Velva Strong, Billy English, Helen Douthitt, Hattie May Beaver, Clifford Beaver, Mildred Stark, Deloris Freeman, Esther Esther Beaver, Francis Ggdfrey, Mona English, Nora Beaver, Clydino Douthitt, Douthitt, Cllmeth Loving, Maxine Norwood and Charles Godfrey; a dialogue, "A Sure Cure for Peddlers," by Cecil Crow. David Strong,- Opal Branham ojid. Henrietta English; a plane- solo- by Eliza Largen; a dialogue, "Mother's "Mother's Blunder" by Gertie Strong, Lloyd English and Augusta Redmond; cornet cornet solo by C. L. Pearson, accompanied accompanied on the piano by Miss Elizabeth Neil; dialogue, "An Interruption" by Deloris Freeman, Elvin Reynolds and Ethel Loving; a song, "A Dream of Santa Glaus" by Gilberta Barbee and Hazel Douthitt; a piano solo, by Naomi Naomi Douthitt; a song,-"If I were Only Santa Glaus," by Hazel and Helen Douthitt.