J. J. Jack and Prof. G. E. Barlow rna'do a business trip to Finer vllle, Monday. A' B." Y. P. U. program, rendered by the members from the First Baptist church at NeOshb, will be .given hero next Sunday evening at tho Baptist church. Everybody is 'cordially Invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hutchison who have -sp9nt the last threo months with relatives in California returned home Monday. c Boyd Wilson who' has employ- men^ ^at Branson, visited several days of last week with his father here, J. M. Wilson. Airs. Dora Laurancf; and son, Orover, were business visitors in Neosho Thursday. W. G. Mullens of Neosho and R. K. Hughes of Tulsa were looking after business Interests here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T.oo Armstrong have a new Ford sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Boehn- Ing and L. N. Barbee and children of Joplin were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Amelia Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Douthitt and family of Granby and Mr. and Mrs. I,. P. Deprlest and family of Mountain Grove community attended church_se_r_ylces at the Baptist churclFhereSunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Largen and daughter, Eliza, and Mr. and Mrs. •Clyde Douthitt and daughter, Naomi, attended the postal employes' banquet at/Joplin Friday evening. Mrs. Clyde Douthitt and chll- •dren, Betty Lou and Glen, <ar« spending a few days visiting friends and relatives in Kansas Cfty- Miss Bertha Street spent tin- week-end with her parents of Pitts- biirp, Ivans. Mr. and Mrs. O. It. Douthitt and little daughter, Millie Francis, spent the week-end with relatives ami friends here, Little Johnnie and Helen Smerdon have been on our sick list for tho past several days. Loren Hilton who has been working In Oklahoma was visiting Sunday with his parents of this community. Miss Eathel Loving spent Saturday evening with her slsteK Mrs. Wm. Stockton, of the Shiloh community. Miss Eliza Largon who is attending teachers' college at Pittsburg, Kans., visited over the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Largen. Harold Douthitt went to Joplin Tuesday, Feb. 18. to take the examination .for entrance to the Naval academy at Annapolis, Maryland. He was selected as third alternate out of 28. Rltchey should be proud of such a record. Miss Tola Godfrey spent the week-end with her folks of near Sarcoxie.