Mrs. Clydfe Douthitt Dec 25, 1924
ARCH IK S. anTCHEOJ DIES AT HOME OF HIS PARENTS Archie S. Mitchell, whose home was in Olncy Springs, Colo., died at his former home near Ritchey, December 16. Death was caused by tuberculosis, after an illnoss of five years. As his condition had been considered serious for several months, lie was brought to the home of his parents a few weeks before his death. Archie S. Mitchell was horn . May 14, 1891, near Monett. He was married to Mary A, Spencer of near Ritchey, January ], 1020. They had two children, children, Bonniele and Ralph. The latter died in May, 1023. Mr. Mitchell enlisted in the army in September, 1016, and was first sent to Camp Funston, Kans. From there he was tran.sf. rred to Camp Pike, Ark., where lie remained until his discharge in 1918. He was a member of the Methodist church at Van Buren. Mr. Mitch .-11 i:j survived by his wife and daughter, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mitchell; his brothers, Oliver Mitchell, George Mitchell of Kansas City. J. c. Mitchell and Elzie Mitchell of Joplin and L. L. Mitchell of Barnes, Ark.; his sisters, Mrs. L. H. Hogan of Rot-da, Mrs. O. L. Greene and Mrs. A. V. Canady, both of Kansas Kansas City and Mrs. Clylo Douthitt of Ritchey, Funeral services were held at the Baptist, church at Ritchey at 2 o'clock the afternoon of December 17. They were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Welch of Sarcoxle. Burial was in Van Buren cemetery.