Millie Francis Douthitt, Mrs Elizabeth Douthitt, Thomas Douthitt Jun 26, 1930
THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1930 lalnod their friends with a party Saturday night at the home of Wllma Smith, one of the members. Ice cream was served to the following- friends and club members: Mr .and Mrs. W. J. Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Elmore and daughters, Shirley Jean and Helpn, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wilkerson, Mr. and Mrs, John Smith, Christiana, Allen, Hattie Louise, Clyde, Fern, Virginia, Gone, Bill and Kenneth Patton. Grace, Russell and Bill Patterson, William and Heber Brown, Flora Kinnear, Harry and Charles Jennings, Nina and Elma Brown, Bessie and Laurence Berner, William Wilkerson, John Speak. Ruth, Irma and Ivel .Brown, Carrol Gum, Gene Cupps. Guy Smith, Mrs. Brower and two sons and Mildred Walker. BFTCKKY Little Millie Frances Douthitt of Galena, Kans., is visiting this week with her many relatives of this comrhunity. Floyd Loving attended sales day at Diamond, Saturday. O. A. Beaver, Otis York and Thomas Douthitt left Wednesday for Kansas where they have employment in the harvest fields. Miss Dolly Beaver of Granby was a slumber guest at the home of Mrs. O. A, Beaver. She also at- nt tVin tist church. Mrs. Geo. McDaniels and children are spending this week with relatives in this community. Eldon and Hope Kelly of Monett .spent Wednesday of lust week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wilson of Galena, Ma., were week-end visitors with the former's father, Dick Wilson. Rollo McClary of Joplin visited with friends here Friday. The Rev. and Mrs. Sam Hardy and family of Palmyra, Mo., are visiting this week with Rev. Hardy's mother, Mrs. Lee Hazel, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. He'r- sey. Mrs. Elizabeth Douthitt of Diamond spent several days of last week at her home here. The funeral of Mrs. Naomi Wasson was conducted at the Baptist church Tuesday by the Rev. Luther Carlin. She passed away at Weir. Kans., Sunday, June 22. Her obituary will appear elsewhere in this paper. Several from this community attended the home-coming services which were conducted at Clear Creek church, Sunday. Mr. -and Mrs. Leonard Hale of S-alida. Colo., were week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wasson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith of Pittsburg were Monday night vls- itors with Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Thurman -Hardy of Weleeka, -Oklo., was a week-end visitor with his mother, Mrs. Lee Hazel, at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Horsey. The Rev. Sam Hardy of Palmyra delivered a very Interesting sermon at 11 o'clock at the Baptist church, Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Brownlee and Mrs. Ella Beckerdlte of Oklahoma City spent last week with their sister, Mrs. Bruce Callaway, and family. Mrs. James Wasson of Springfield was d. Monday night visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wasson. Mrs. Margaret Graves of Neosho is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Amelia Sanders. Prof, and Mrs. G. E. Barlow who are spending this summer with relatives near Stella, s.pent Tuesday with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Benton and son, Jackie, and Mrs. Ed. Beck spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Skaggs of Monett. Newt. .Gamble of east Ritchey received the sad news that his father, Frank Gamble of Elsie had been killed by a. train near Aurora, Monday. MONARK SPRINGS ..(By E. W. Trenk) Mr. and Mrs. Kine went to Sedalia Sunday to visit their son, Roger, who Is working on a pipe line there. Ralph Smith had the misfortune to break his arm last Saturday while cranking his car: He set the broken bone himself and It was pronounced a well-set bone. Judge Henderson sold his property here at the springs to Charles Haley of Tulsa. Mr. Haley took possession last Friday. We are glad to welcome the new neighbor. Mr. and Mrs. Evans, their daughter. Bernice, of Bunker Hill, Kans., and grandson, Jackie Bivins of Parsons, Kans., visited with Mrs. Ralph Morser and sons lost week. Kd Bllke is having trouble with a had case of ivy poisoning. Mr. Motley has been looking for his dog 1 . Jackie, that has been miss. Ing since last Thursday morning. XOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice Is hereby given to all creditors and others Interested in the estate of James 0. CoRblll, deceased, thnt I, Margaret Cogblll, administratrix of said estate, intend to make a flnnl settlement thereof at the next term of tile probate court of Newton county, State of Missouri, to be begun and held at Neo«ho, on the llth day of August, 1030. MARGAUET COGBIIJ/, Administratrix. First publication June 28, 1030.