R. H. Douthitt Oct. 30, 1924 The Neosho Times Judges for Election
in UDGES FOR ELECTION TO BE HELD NOV. 4 Judges to serve at the general lection in this county on November th were named last week by the ounty court, to serve at the 31 elec- ion precincts. Four clerks will be hosen by the judges at each pre- inct. The first three names given it; Republicans and the last three re Democrats: Christopher precinct— Joe Wolfe, ,uther Walker, Mrs. G. W. Mitchell, C. Allen, W. J. Mahan and Lula ,old. Berwick—-C. W. Fleetwood, J. B. U>yne, Mrs. Leslie Haskins; K. R. /ummins, A. D. Reynolds, and Mrs. Dannie Cowan. Capps—J. M. Capps, J. R. Tester- lan, Mrs. M. A. Rector; J. G. Knox, oe Williams and Mrs. B. F. Chan- cllor. Hickory Grove—I. L. Grainger; ohn Welker and Mrs. G. W. Hays; . L. Farney, A. IT. Rinehart and Irs. V. P. Martin. South Dayton—W. H. Gensicke, ohn Smith, Flora Austin; Geo. Ehr- lart, Joe M\ir-r- ^H Dovo Tocitor- nan. Racine—Walter Warren, J. W. Buzzard and Mrs. R. B. Wilcox; C- Humphrey, T. E. Fort and Mrs. Delia Myers. Hornet—M. F. Melton, C. E. Gill- nan and Mrs. Alice Case; L. M. LongstreetT'VV. D. Cox and Mrs. W. Buzzard. Fairview—Ina Gentry, William Inies Inies and Wm. Nagle; James T. Everett, Everett, H. B. Tracy and Ruth Speaks. Stella—W. S. Ralston, 0. G. Gerster Gerster and Mrs. Clarence Maness; D. M. Weems, Dave Ellis and Mrs. Ida ardwell. Aroma—Abe Whipple, Tom Wal- cer and Bertie Gillman; Ed Wheeler, Ed Culkin and Mrs Horace Harrison. Granby—C. C. Hudson, Mrs. F. L. Repass and C. A. Dickson; Geo. Kenney, Kenney, N. Y. Davis and Mrs. Roy Overby. Diamond—M. E. Floyd, J. H. Love and Minnie" Boehning; R. B. Kelly W. B. Evans and Edna L. Hill. Donaldson—A. J. Taylor, Will Parnell Parnell and Mrs. Marion Taylor; S. H Johnson, Mrs. A. Edge and Frank Schleppy. Pepsin—J. C. Morgan, Harold Arm strong and Lucy Anderson; John Reece, T. W. Robinson and Mrs. Free Giger. East Neosho No. 1—Mrs. Bar Hobson, Henry Roark and Orvill Epperson; John F. Shannon, Virgi Green and Mrs. D. B. Morgan. East Neosho No. 2.—N. P. Stipp Lyda Saxton and S. W. Carver; A. W Fullerton, Troy Hatler and Mrs. A W. Smith. West Neosho No. 1—A. E. Westor W. E. Smith and Mrs. E. W. Me Cartney; Jas. England, R. B. Green and Mrs. John Barlow. West Neosho No. 2—G. E. Young Dave Knotts and Mrs. Jack May •field; Henry-Garaves, R. P. Liles am Mrs. Amrah Gowan. Cave Spring—Geo. Bushner, Ana Neece and U. S. Johnson; W. A. Mor gan, S. L. Shuey and Miss Daisj Bennett. Cloverdale—Allen Ray, Morril Carter and Mrs. Freeman Atkerson T. B. West, L. C. Putman and Mrs Ada Reynolds. Newtonia—Mrs. Hattie Lemaster J. B. Gilley and Ed Pearson; E. C Chapman, Dee McBride and Lizzie Harris. Stark City—R. C. Miller, Geo. Geller Geller and Minnie Walker; J. B. Myers R. G. Kmbrey and Mrs. Clyde Allman. Allman. Seneca—Mark Plummer, Earl To- bien and Mrs. Mattie Porter; M. W Jones, F. C. Murdock and Anna Sparlin. Reding—Ada Munday, J. J. Munday Munday and Wm. ohnson; T. J. McKinley, McKinley, Chas. Barclay and Earl Cornell Gregg—John Shewmakcr, Sam Warner Warner and Emma Lee; Geo. Krill. W II. Lea and Mrs. W. H. Lea. Staples—H. A. Johnson, Mert Phe- uus and Mrs. Pearl Blylh; Geo. Howell, Howell, Al Stockum anl Mrs. E. Broglen. Broglen. Tburman—Joe Ward, Wm. Mosei and Georgia Morsman; J. K. Robbins Ed Fundell and Mrs. Ed Fundell. Prairie View—Mrs. Virgil Giger Will F. Morris and E. C. Block; Juc Kompf, Alf Kocnig and Mrs. E. B Kocnig. Ritchey—Guy Everhard, Mrs. A. E l.ofgren and John Heckmaster; R. H Douthitt, II. F. Laurance and D. B Nimmo. Wentworth—J. A. Merrill, 'Jr.. C L. Homer and Mrs. Alta Harris; W E. Stinnett, S. F. Woods and Mis; Marienne Garvcy. West Benton—J. F. Eller, I. V Stevenson and Mrs. V. A. Gordon Ed Ellis, J. O. Brock and Mrs. Em- ilv Schuler.