Mrs Elizabeth Douthitt Mr and Mrs Clyde Douthitt Jul 18, 1929
CAVK SPRINGS (By Mrs. S. B, McCoy) The ball game at the Tlpton Ford diamond last Sunday was played wl'th the .Toplin Braves instead instead of with the Boyd-Plpkln- Neal team as was reported in last week's Items. We failed to learn why the change was made. The game was played out in favor of Tipton Ford, 6-2. Mrs. Ida Gibson and daughter. Dorothy, were the supper guests last Monday evening of Mrs. J. W. McCoy and family. Miss Huth Smith and n party of friends from Neosho were calling on pupils of this vicinity last Monday evening. Mrs. U. P. McCoy gave M dinner dinner last Sunday in honor of her 63rd birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. O. I-. Philliber and family. Misses "Loota and Flossie | Johnson and Andrew McCoy of • Joptln; E. R. McCoy and family; of Mosely Mines, Mrs. S. B. Me- j Coy and Violet Shannon of route, 1; Miss lAicille" Philliber and Mr.! and Mrs. R. F. McCoy. About 20 j in all were present. Mrs, McCoy! received some nice presents. | J. B. McDanlel has finished his! new house which he named Shady j Bend. It is on highway 71 and is! a very nice little house and is a credit to the country. We welcome Mr. McDaniel and family to our neighborhood. RITCH13Y Mrs. Rosa Crosslin and Mr. General Stockton of Monett, and Miss Myrtle Stockton of Kansas City, were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loving, Tuesday. Tuesday. Miss Myrtle will spend the rest of the week here. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Llndley of Tulsa, Mr. and Mrs. George Hainsworth of Fresno, Calif.. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thomas of Neosho, Neosho, Mrs. Hattie Nimmo and Mrs. Anna Haines and little daughter, Luella of Newtonia were dinner j guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. j Chas. Bailey. | Mrs. Nellie BroV-n, of Livings-1 ton, Mont., is spending a few days this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Largen. Mrs. Elizabeth Douthitt. who has spent the last several weeks with her daughter at Diamond, will ho at ho.r home here for several days, Mrs. J. C. Loving, who has been on the sick list for several weeks, is reported to be improving: at this time. Beta Bell Freeman is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Her- sliel Ren ton at Tulsa. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T.arRen and daughter. Miss Kli/xi. und sons. Garland and Otis, were Sunday Sunday visitors with relatives in Monett. Monett. Mrs. Tom ftippe and daughter, Agnes, and Mrs. Hiiro Capps, of Siiilo, attended church services here Sunday. Raymond Oouthitt and Miss Kthd I.ovins: made a business trip to Galena. Monday. Mr. Wm. Cowan of Donton. Tex., Mrs. hula Cowan of Washington, Washington, Mr, and Mrs. F. 1... Pe- Priest of Sarcoxie and Miss Ho- bana T.ucey of Newtonia, were dinner dinner guests vit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Hutchison. Wednesday. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Douthitt and family, and Mr. Oral l<an- dreth and sister, Rhea, spent Saturday Saturday evening at the Monett Park. A. C. Moore, our local station agent, and Mrs. Moore, were called to Racine. Wednesday of last week by the death of Mr. Moore's father at that place. Miss Lena V. Canady has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Douthitt and family and other relatives in this community community this week, while her parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Oanady, returned to their home in Kansas Kansas City. They will return Saturday, Saturday, ready to begin the revival meetings at the Presbyatri-an church, Sunday July 21. Rvery- body is invited to attend all of the services. CENTRA!, M. K. CHURCH Next Sunday morning at 0:45 o'clock, the subject of the sermon will be "Spiritual Robbers". The Sunday sehool meets at 10:45. The Epworth League meets at 7:00 p. in. The union service next Sunday at 8:00 p. m. will be held at this church with Dr. Wm. Cady preaching. The mid-week service is Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. You are invited to attend all of these services. —J. D. PRATER, Pastor.