Clyde Douthitt and Naomi Douthitt Aug 16, 1928
RITCHEY ITEMS Dr ' Mit - ,,. XT . _ t . _ MlM Naoml Douthitt s » ent the chell and family of Neosho. • Lee Hogan of Webb City spent Sunday evening visiting in th-s Clyde Douthitt home. Will Alburty, W. B. Galloway and son Noble, Owin Miller, Ola Pierce and Clyde Douthitt were all on a fishing trip down on White river. They report good -luck—on their— -and brought home some real nice fish. C. W. Young who has spent the last few weeks with relatives at Rolla, Chaffee and St. Louis, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farney and sons. Wilbur and Rex of Klawa. Kansas, are visiting with relatives here. Mrs. A. D. McNlckle of Kansas City is visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Hersey. Several of our citizens attended attended the meeting sponsored by the special road district at Granby Monday evening. One of the interesting interesting features of the program program was a speech by Joe J. Manlove. A good supper was enjoyed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hutchison Hutchison and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey attended Sales Day in Neo- sho Monday. ; , Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hardy and daughter Reba Mae of • Oklahoma Oklahoma visited with Mrs: Hazel, the former's mother, several days last week. Several from here have been attending the revival services at Shlloh conducted by J. M. Norria. Mr. and Mra J. F. Armstrong were shopping in Neosho Tuesday. Mr. and Mra. W. G. Mullens and children and Mrs. Russell Johnson and little daughter, all of NeojBho, visited here Friday afternoon.