Miss Ina Douthitt, Mr and Mrs Clyde Douthitt, Mrs Elizabeth Douthitt Aug 28, 1930

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Miss Ina Douthitt, Mr and Mrs Clyde Douthitt, Mrs Elizabeth Douthitt
Aug 28, 1930 - ods used by the most progressive clothing...
ods used by the most progressive clothing establishments. Through Its efforts to provide high quality goods and first-class service, this store has become one of the leading clothing businesses of the city which boasts of a population of 00,000. Mr. Miller was reared in this vicinity and is well liked by our people. He has been In the clothing business about ton years during which time he has had to overcome u nuinber of discourag- iv.g obstacles before bringing his store to the present state of development. His many friends are no doubt wishing for him even greater success in his future business act ivities. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Stockton and family and Mrs. Georjfe Stockton of Arkansas City were Saturday guests of Mrs. .1. C. Loving. Mrs. George Stockton is an aunt of Mrs. Loving. KfU'hey Consolidated School Notes. G. K. Uarlow. superintendent of Kitchey consolidated schools, Miss M-.ie Joslin, Miss Ina Douthltt and Miss Addie Montgomery attended teachers' meeting in Neosho, Friday. A meeting of the Kitchey high school teae.hers was held Saturday morning at the high school build- touchers in the af- plans were made year which opened with a good en- grades and high slstant teacher; Miss Freda Houser, Intermediate teacher; Miss Mae Joslin, primary; Misa Ina Douthitt, Green Valley unit; and Miss Addie Montgomery, Mtn. Grove unit. W. H. Alburty, president of the board of education, J. J. Jack and Clyde Douthitt attended the opening of school. All report good interest. Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell Of Kansas City were week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Douthitt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poguo and son of Avilla were week-end visitors with Mrs. Pogue's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth .Douthitt. ins, and grade ti-ruoon, where for the school Monday, Aug. 25 lollment in both school with the following teachers in charge: Prof. G. E. Barlow, .superintendent of Ritchey schools; Miss Bertha Street, principal of high school; Miss Pearl Frazler, as. MARKIA« 10 TvlCJ ;XSIOS J. W. Weeks, Stark City. Maggie Styles, 'Oklahoma. Harold TO. Rickey, Tnlsa. Mable Black, Tulsa, Okla. B. K. Slockstell. Stella, route 2. Kditb Cooper, Stella, route L>. Walter I >. Halley. .Joplln. L-oulst! Cogbill, Joplin, route _. Charles A. Barham. C'arthage. jrhjaa-XX-K^^h-ofi'r. JtRL'he Robert T. Parks, Galena, Kans. Lucile Campbell Barlow, Neosho Bert W. Lewis, .loplin. Mae Effle Burgln, Joplin. A Job to Sviit. Foreman—"Here, now, Murphy, what about carrying some more bricks?" Murphy—"I ain't feeling well, guv'ner; 'm trembling all over." Foreman—"Well, then, lend a hand with the sieve."

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  1. The Neosho Times,
  2. 28 Aug 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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