Cecil Douthitt Oct 24, 1929

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Cecil Douthitt 
Oct 24, 1929 - GRANBY ! ing In a short time for Phoenix, |...
GRANBY ! ing In a short time for Phoenix, | Mrs. Myrtle Gossctt of Detroit, ! Ari/,., for his health. Klza. was born | Mich., is visitinng her . duughter, ' and raised in 'Granby -und we are Mrs. C. A. Dixon, and Mr, Oixon, j very sorry.to lose him and his fam- Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mitch- \ J1 Vell, Vell, October (i, a son. i H - w - Ball moved today (Tues- her son, Klave Dahnkc. in Baxter Springs. Mrs. !<>.i. Hltcliey drove to Vinita and brought tin it- .son, horon, home; from the hospital Saturday. He is getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Trammel drove to Gentry, Ark., Sunday to visit his mother. She is improvlnng slowly. R. C .Collaway, Mrs. lOlla Ball. and thuighter, Klorone", and Miss Mayme Hamlet! spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ball in I'ie.h- r, Okla. '.he f i'.;c'!v>rH of Ornnby Consol- id .tod school will RO to .Joplin i' iiirsday '.o attend the teachers ronvent ion. Wilbur Ailkins. who lias been .•isitiiig- ri !.'i; ivi-.s und friends hcrv iias return d to his home in I'a.v.i- di'iui Calif. Miss 'I'lieri-HH Kugel is visiting relatives in Webb Oily this week. Mr. and M PH. Geo. Thompson of as Mr. Ball has a position there with the Thomas Fruit Co. Mrs. Be.Hha Dahnke is visiting ! day) to Joplin to make their home , _.. »,- T,_,, ,— _ ..,__ ,, Mr. and Mrs. W._H._Yo_st visited j Kun(••• is Ciiy who are visiting her brother. I'elli.tlV •.« week. \V. '' Vri.i. M: l!erl Woods, and other will return home thb: '.Villiams and family ••ind ;.- Ftoyburn visited rela- Club theater building lust .iviis in Baxter Springs last wef-k- nd. Mr. and Mrs. Karl 1'ing moved lYom the Daw property to rooms in tin week. Kn-.nk Wells of dishing, Okla., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. WYlls, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Smith and baby and Miss Bernice Smith of Chicago and Klorene, Francis ari'8 Richard Smith of Hockerville, visited visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete Uitchoy. Sunduy. Mr. and Mrs. Clvas. Buford in Pittsburg Pittsburg last Sunday. Mrs. C. A. Mitchell, Mrs. Ben Tink and children and Mrs. S. J. Patterson and children visited Mrs. Anna Moffett, Neosho ro'ute 2, Monday. Mrs. Louis Chute and daughter, Maxine, and Miss Bess Ramey, and Mr. and Mrs.' Hurry Repass and chcildren of Pittsburg, visited Mrs. C. A. Mitchejll Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Seholes and son. Frank, returned home Friday night from a visit to hone Mountain Mountain and other points in Tennessee. R. C. Colloway will spend the last of the week in Columbia. Mo. The Rebecca Lodge held their •innnal children's party lust Mon• Mon• lay at tlie lodge hall here for the ^ in fit of the J. O. O. V. home. Yl'ey had a nice donation besides he children's handkerchiefs and Jl en dollars cash. Those here from • ut of town were Mr. and Mrs. Orcar Bonebrake of Pineville, Mr. •uul Mrs. C. H. Gibbons and daugh- f er. I,nolle, Mr. and Mrs. Biff Smith and Miss Helen Woodcock of Neosho, Mrs. John Crouch and Mrs. Helen Robinson of Diamond. Mrs. Klla Ball will go to Baxter Thursday to spend the week-end with her son, Ward Ball, and family. family. Several old CJranby folks met at Schcifferdecker park last Sunday for their annual picnic. Those present present were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Underwood, Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kelly and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. T-fendon, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Car- Jyon, Mr, and. M Perscilla Club Tuesday with a roy-! ered dish luncheon. i Mrs.«W. P. Hart entertained the ! Carnation club and a few friends Wednesday afternoon. Mary Sue Seholes. little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Seholes. had T< ' s of Grnb >- Mr " am Mrs Mrs. Mrs. S. and Mrs. C. L,. children of Miami, Oklai, Mrs. C. H. Gibbons and an d Ml s s ,., fell and eut a deep gash in her knee and is not able to walk yet. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Centers of Kansas City spent the week-end ...HI, v,~,,, V~ii AT /-i * wlth home folks - MrH - Centers was ., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T! M. \Vells this week. Mrs. Davis is a sister of Mrs. Wells. 1 formerly Miss Cecil Douthitt. CAVE SPRINGS (By Mrs. S. B. McCoy) Jim Franks is very ill at the j Jjcoii Edwards and his fathnr=in=- mi* r»t m« n/mr»-l-i*or "Vl»«a r>-»ii-.-..- mv\- \iMt~h tVir.it- fo*v,!n^n ««~ i~—a—— home of his l.aswell, in Plcher. r, Mrs. Ruby | law, with their families arc leaving Mrs. John Baugh and Mrs. Allen Goade and baby of Kansas City for Melrosc, Kans., where they will engage in business. Mr. Edwards has been engaged in the. meat mar- came in Sunday to visit home folks, ket here but he thinks he has a Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harris and better proposition at Melrose. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Patterson called i Mrs. H. F. Shaffer returned to on Mr. and Mrs. 13. B. Weems, in | her home the last of the week Nnwtonla. Sunday. much improved in health. Elza Brown and family are leav- j Mrs. E. R. McCoy, who has been"

Clipped from The Neosho Times24 Oct 1929, ThuPage 7

The Neosho Times (Neosho, Missouri)24 Oct 1929, ThuPage 7
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