O R Douthitt, Thomas Douthitt and E C Douthitt Nov 15, 1928

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O R Douthitt, Thomas Douthitt and E C Douthitt
Nov 15, 1928 - ..... _, *•"-—- ™' -~ J Frances By Eathel...
..... _, *•"-—- ™' -~ J Frances By Eathel Misses Eleanor and 0 Allssos *- leanor and Frances stratton and Ne 'f Graves of Ne- osho visited wlth Mlss Ellza Lar ' gen durlne thc week end " Miss E dith Spencer of Joplin s P° nt Sunday with home folks, Spencer and family. Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Ritchey | of Neosho and Mrs. Bruce Rit- chey of Kansas were guests at j home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Largen Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Largen of Tulsa are visiting with relatives and friends here at the time of j*- hls wr iting. M , M Juanita McKlnney of home with her sister, Mrs. John vuLii ncr aiai Smlthi fnl , wlnter Mtss Irene Crawf °>'d of Pierce City vislted recent 'y with Miss Ruth Broome. —..<-. , Mrs - Lena Stroop and daughter *- „,*„„....v. , Miss Ire ne Lands of Neosho and j Tom Bep k of Tulsa were Sunday guests at the Ed Beck home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smerdon i\ir. ana Mrs. Karl smerdon entertained the following guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erwin, j of Monett. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smerdon and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Burner of near Pierce City, Mrs. Riley Willoby and chll- of the Blackfox community are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Byers. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Douthitt Ivivo. moved to Galena, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hutchison spent Saturday in Monett at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley. Tude Freeman who is working in Tulsa, spent the week-end here with his family. R«v. and Mrs. E. Skaggs and Beatrice, of Joplin at- tended services here Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Skaggs. The revival meeting here at the Baptist church, which is being conducted by the pastor, Rev. Luther Carlin, is progressing nicely. The attendents and inter- est Is good. Everybody welcome to attend all services. Mr. and Mrs. Will Maples of Newtonia visited with relatives Sunday. Thomas Douthitt of Kansas spent the week end with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Douth- itt. Homer York, a prominent business man of our town, and Elizabeth Armstrong were married Saturday, November 10. She is the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Armstrong. They are both well and favorably known in this community. Their relatives and friends wish them a long, happy and prosper- ous married life.

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  1. The Neosho Times,
  2. 15 Nov 1928, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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