Lela Douthitt, E C Douthitt, O R Douthitt Jan 30, 1930
RITCHKY (by Ethel Loving) Miss Pearl Frazier spent the latter part of last week with lior brother in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Douthitt and little daughter, Millie Francis, returned to Galena Tuesdav after spending some time with rol- ! ativos and friends here. Miss Bertha Street spent (ho latter part of last week with home folks at Pittsburg, Kansas. The W. M. I', met Thursday at Mrs. Curtice York's for quilting. O. D. Armstrong had the misfortune of having- one of her legs j injured Monday while sleigh riding. We hopo ho will recover soon and be back in school. The Senior class is very proud of their class rings which they received this week. Miss Winona Armstrong spent the week end with Misses Kathleen and Clara Mae Koening. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ferguson and family wore dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nimmo. School started again Monday with a good attendance in both -Shades 44-ml—high—school. Mr. and Mrs. Homer York were, in Neoslio on 'business Monday. Mr. Carpenter and Mr. anil Mrs. Walter Carpenter of Nor- thorn Missouri are visiting with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Douthitt.. Mrs. Carpenter was formerly Miss Kola liouthitt. Gwendolyn Miller, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Miller, has been on the sick list for the past several days, threatened with pne.umonia. Mrs. and Mrs. Erie Norwood, and family, or near Carthage, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Norwood. Mr. and Mrs. John Smerdon of near Pierce City, visited Sunday with Mr. 'and Mrs. Erie Smerdon. Arthur Largen, J. J. .lack, Curtice York, Prof. G. E. Barlow, and Rev. Luther Carlin attended the monthly Sunday school con- M-hir.1i n- n(1 h^M f\t St"lla j Sunday On account of tlu . wpathcr con . ditions, the burial of George Spencer, Friday, at the Simmons cemetery, north of Ritehey, was not very well attended.