(By Eathel Mr. and Mrs! Erie Smerdon and children were .Sunday visitors with the iforniei-'s -parents, Mr. and MrBr John, SriJierdpn near Pierce City. Mr. and tyrs. Elmer Hutchison visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kelly and family at J. J. Jack was a business visitor in Neoshe, Monday. Prank Beck of Cramer, Wyo., is visiting: with relatives, at this lime. i 'Mr. and Mrg. Bean of Springfield Springfield wer% Suriday fiie&ts at the' home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Thompson. Thompson. - ••• \ •.•••'... v •; Mr. and .Mrs. Toin Wilson,,, of, Independence, Kans., Mr. and Mrs.' Josh Brackeen, Mr. and -Mrs. «fohn', wasson land Mrs. ^a»riie! WosBon oy. Weir, Kans., visited with relatives relatives here Thursday and •[ w^nt from here to the Odd Fellows cemetery 'to decorate the graves of loved ones buried there. Mr. and Mra, ~yf. Q. Mullens of Neosho and Mrs. A. E. McCanns of Oklahoma were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr." and Mrs. "vVm. Curtis. Migs Gllberta Barbee of JopHn was a week-end visitor with relatives relatives here. Mrs. J. W. Banks of the Blackfox Blackfox community oame .near having a serious accident Tuesday when she fell down three concrete steps at-lrer home. . , Prof. G. E. Barlow left Monday for Springfield to enter summer school. Mrs. Barlow and the child- rfen will remain here for a few days. Mrs. Rena Anderson and daughter, daughter, Irene, o.f Gridley, Kans., spent •a few days last week with the former's -brothers, M. I* and W. J. Snider. — ; ; Miss Lela Douthitt of the Shi- !<>h community arid Walter Carpenter Carpenter of northern Missouri, were ujnited In marriage Sunday evening, evening, June 2, at the home of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Douthitt, Douthitt, by Rev. Tuck Hutchison. Several Several invited guests were present. After the ceremony a bountiful supper was served by the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter expect to make their home in northern Missouri. Missouri. Their many friends wish them happiness and success in the future. On Monday evening they were serenaded by a host of relatives relatives and friends. Everyone present present enjoyed the occasion very much. The treat consisted of cigars cigars and cake. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Douthitt and daughter, Millie Francis, spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hugh, near Wheaton. Wheaton.