Clyde Douthitt, Naomi, Hazel, and Helen Douthitt, Mr and Mrs Clyde Douthitt
RTTOHEY Oscar Beaver made a business trip to Galena, Kansas Monday. Miss Hattie Mae Beaver spent the week-end with relatives in Newtonla. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ingram are announcing the arrival of a boy. Grover T. Laurance was a busl- tRUnr <n KP.OB>IO recently. , J. J. Jack and Clyde Douthitt attended a meeting of school directors in Neo.sho, Friday. W. G. Mullens of. Neosho was looking after business Interests here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtice York, Miss Carrie York and Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Capps and son Gorman, visited with relatives at Duneweg Sunday. About twenty-two of the Hit- chey B. Y. P. U. members attend- of the B. Y. P. U. \yhlch was held First Baptist church in Neosho Friday evening. The program was both spiritual and up-lifting. Miss Carrie York Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sikes of Bartlesville, Okla. J. J. Jaok, banker of Hitch ey, has completed a series of lectures on banking which he has been giving to the high school at Ritchey. Both teachers and students have come this opportunity as a means of expressing our sincere appreciation to Mr. Jack for his interest in our school. Mr. and Mrs; wui Ai'iusUong 1 TT j *, T T, i and son Howard, Mrs. Lon Boyls, and little daughter. Mary Eli Z abeth of Coffeeville, Kans., were weekend visitors with relatives here. Misses Wilma Powell, Naomi, Helen and Hazel Douthitt spent tho J visited the latter's parents, week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Douthitt. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Douthitt Isited the latter's Barents, Mr. and ;,f o " d . a .. . ,„_ . , av , .. ^^v S _ at ^l y ^^^^ da ^Ll t !^! Mrs. D. L. Mitchell Sunday afternoon. Don't forget the play, J'Yimmle Yonson's Yob" to be given Friday at the Ritchey school building. The orchestra will furnish music. Every body come. Admission IBc, 26c and 35o. Mr .and Mrs. Elmer Hutchison attended the funeral of Mrs. Jane Cowan, at Pierce City, Friday. Mrs. Cowan was an aunt of Mr. Hutchison.