Eathel Loving author of the article. Mrs Elizabeth Douthitt and Mr and Mrs Clyde Douthitt Feb 21, 1929

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 - By Eathel Loving. ^ Mtrs. EHfcftbeth Douthitt...
By Eathel Loving. ^ Mtrs. EHfcftbeth Douthitt who has apcnt the last several months with ti&f daughter, Mrs. John Heck- nuietcr, o,f Diamond, returned home ]««t Thursday. • Mr. and Mrs. ..Roy I-argen of Monett were Sunday visitors with relatives here. ' Mr*. John Carneli visited Friday Hrlth her mother, Mrs. A. A. Stind- trs who is spending the winter with relatives in Neosho. " W. Q. Millions of Neosho was looking after business interests liere Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T^argen. and daughter, Eliza, and Miss Wlnona Armstrong and Miss Irene Anderson, Wtended the state convention of the B. Y. P. U. at Monet t Friday evening and reported the meeting very interesting. Prof. G. K. Barlow, Mr. an<i Mrs. J. J. Jack and Frances Young attended church and Sunday school at Mt. Grove Sunday afternoon. Rev. Bowman had charge of the preaching service. Frank Sanders, the Supt. of the Sunday school, is a fine young man and deserves much credit for the way he conducts the school. Mr. and Mrs. Orwln Miller entertained at their beautiful farm home Sunday, the following friends and' relatives, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Callaway and son Noble, and daughter Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ferguson and family, Mr. and Mrs; Gus Ferguson and family, Mr. ahd Mrs. Ollie Pierce and family, Mrs. W. P. Pierce, Mrs. Winnie Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crooks, of Pierce' City. The afternoon was spent in music and singing. The occasion was very much, enjoyed by all. T. W. Robinson of the Park community was in our town purchasing red 'calves, Saturday. We extend a hearty welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shumate ami family who have moved from Granby to the W. A. Capps farm northwest of Ritchey. The Ritchey Fruit Growers' Association held a, meeting Monday night. Mr. O'Dwyer of Monett delivered an interesting and helpful address. He filled the appointment of Mr. Frank Taiclet of Neosho, the sales manager of the Ozark Fruit Growers' Association, who was unable to be present. Mr. W. B. Wise of Springfield, representing the American Book Company, visited the school Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. General Stockton and son, Mrs. Rosa Crosslen of Monett and Miss Myrtle Stockton of Kansas City spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loving. Mr. -and Mrs. Clyde Douthitt and family enjoyed the evening, Friday, with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Douthitt. HEBRON Most everyone is busy cut tins wood and making 1 fires in this neighborhood. We certainly -are having our share of winter. I/ester Judd_and family spent

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  1. The Neosho Times,
  2. 21 Feb 1929, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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  • — Eathel Loving author of the article. Mrs Elizabeth Douthitt and Mr and Mrs Clyde Douthitt Feb 21, 1929

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