RTTCHEY Tom Beck of Milford, Neb., is visiting relatives in this community. Mrs. Lee Armstrong and sons, Wayne and Earl of Columbus, Kan., are the guests of Mrs. Armstrong's father, L. F. York. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hutchison were shopping in Neosho Thursday. Mrs. George Terrill had the misfortune . Friday of falling and breaking her arm. She is making satis- fuului',y—progress toward recovery. Mrs. Lee Skaggs and son, Eldridge, of Wentworth visited here Sunday. Miss Eliza Largen entertained a number of friends recently from 3 o'clock to 6 o'clock p. m. in honor of the llth birthday anniversary of her brother Garland. The guests presented Garland with several nice gifts as tokens of their esteem and good wishes. The afternoon was pleasantly spent playing games. Near the close of the party dainty refreshments were served. Eldon and Tot Kelly of Neosho are spending a few days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hutchison. Prof, and Mrs. G. E. Barlow and little son are here for a few days. Mr. Barlow is a student at the Southwest Teachers' College at Springfield and he is now enjoying a short vacation between terms. Mrs. G. G. Barbee and children of Joplin are the guests of relatives in thlo communityr- Payton Hampton and Miss Ann York were married Monday morning at Neosho by Judge R. B. Parnell. Misses Naomi Douthitt and Eliza Largen visited in Diamond Sunday afternoon. The strawberry crop has been greatly benefitted by the rains which occurred during the last few days. Some of the growers are ocmplain- ing about the scarcity of pickers. Paul and Lillian Cornell who live near LaRussell are guests of their grandmother, Mrs. A. A. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Poague of near Arvilla spent the week end as the guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Douthitt. J. W. Millsap of Springfield was here the latter part of last week in the interest of the Springfield Life Insurance Co. Claude English, has a nice new Ford touring car. ; The out of community visitors at the evening services of the Baptist church were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rlmmer of the Black Fox community; Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Douthitt and sons of Hebron community; and Mr. and Mrs. Will York of Berwick community. Miss Vera Hardy and brother who live near Stella are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Hersey and family. Miss Esther Callaway returned home for the summer Tuesday morning from Springfield where she has been attending the Southwest Teachers' College. A. M. Beckerdite of Jones, Okla., is visiting friends and relatives in this locality. He was formerly Frisco station agent here for several years.