Naomi, Hazel and Helen Douthitt Nov 13, 1930
"OZARK SINGERS" ENTERTAIN AT POLITICAL MEETING The "Ozark Quartette," composed composed of Misses Naomi, Helen and Hazel Douthitt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Douthitt of Ritchey. Ritchey. and Miss Rhea Landreth of Newtonia, who are attending the Southwest Baptist College at Bolivar, Bolivar, have had many appointments since being there. They had the honor of singing at a political speaking held in the court house at Boliver, October 25, when Arthur Arthur M. Hyde, U. S. secretary of agriculture, was the principal speaker. The three Douthitt girls have been singing together for four years when one of the members was married this summer. The girls got Rhea Landreth who is filling the vacancy successfully. Misses Naomi and Helen are in first year college while the other two girls are academy students*.