Clyde Douthitt and Mrs Elizabeth Douthitt Written by Eathel Loving Sep 20, 1928
RITCHEY By Eathel Loving Mr, and Mrs. MHHken, of Fort ma, Worth, Texas, visited friends In j Rltohey Monday. Mrs. Milllken was formerly Miss Mattie Kurd, .Qhn • lltrarl In rMtnltn., J..«!.._ 4t.~ early days of the town. | Mr. and Mrs. Chas Bailey spent Sunday In the Berwick commu- Mlke Troxel, Elmer Hutchison, T«iiirnnnA worn in uaurance were In . f Xf, , "" Aurora Wednesday of last Week. where they,, attended sessions of the Carthage Presbytery. Harold Largen has returned to Springfield to resume his studies at Drury College. ,, J. , Mrs - Loc> Armstrong is convert- ing her cafe into a grocery store. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Laurance and son visited Sunday with rela- tives near the Redwood school house. ' j Mrs. Hester Curtis has moved to Neosno. We regret that she found it necessary to leave our community, as she has resided here continuously for about forty- two years. She has many friends" 1 here who wish hcr well ln her at new i ocn .tion. R. K. Hughes, of Tulsa, was ln . R , itchey Monda y °" A business mission. J - J - Ja ck, Clyde Douthitt, and Prof. Barlow drove to Neosho j Monday, Several attended the sale at the Gamble s\rtd Kelley farm Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Largen of ors at the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Hersey. Mrs. Oscar Hersey returned home Wednesday from a two visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs " Joe Barney of Kiowa, Kansas. Mrs. Elizabeth Douthitt who has been spending the past several weeks with relatives, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. IX McMlckle of Kansas City, who has been spending their vacation here are now visiting in Tulsa, Okla. Several from the Shiloh and Mountain Grove districts attended attended church services. Dr. and Mrs. Davis and daughter daughter ' Betty Carolyn, Mr. Fink and Miss Keterman from Pittsburg, Kans., spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ad- kins. Elsie McMlckle of Kansas City who has been spending her two weeks' vacation with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jack returned home Sunday. A. A. Sanders returned home Thursday from Monett where she had been visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Barlow of Neosho were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ootlieb Barlow Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smerdon and children were visiting with rela- tlves In Aurora Sunday. The preaching services of the Ritchey Baptist church have been changed from the first and third Sundayo back to the accond and fourth. A few from 'this community attended attended the revival meeting at Berwick, Berwick, which Is being conducted by Rev. Goodnight. ' • Mr. and Mrs. David Loving and daughter, Merlyn of Springfield, spent the week-end at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loving. Miss Gertie Strong had the misfortune misfortune of a sore foot caused by a rusty nail, some few days ago.