Bruce and Clyde Douthitt Aug 12, 1926
RITCilEY Mrs. Roy Dreibelbis and son, Jaun, of Texas, are visiting relatives n this community. Mrs. Margaret Graves and granddaughters, granddaughters, Margaret Phillips and Nelle Graves of Neosho, have been Visiting relatives in thia. vicinity. The t9 niat ° factory started work Tuesday. — Rev. E. C. Ttchenor of Wheaton spent Tuesday visiting in this com- nunlty. The threshing machine has been working in and around this community community lately. Mrs. Vaughn of St. Louis is visit- ng with Mrs. Grace Maples. Those who spent sales day In Neosho, Neosho, Monday from this community are as follows: W. B. 'Callaway, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bailey and Mrs. Arthur Arthur Largen and daughter, Eliza, Mrs. J. J. Jack and Sophie Beavers Beavers were in Granby Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douthitt and family of Diamond spent Sunday with the former's brother, Clyde Douthitt. Clarence Pearson of Newtonia was in Ritchey Thursday. Miss Esther Callaway who has been attending Teachers' College at Springfield, returned home Wednesday Wednesday for a vacation. The following spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Adams: Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hartley and children of Tulsa, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Lon Jones' and children, Mrs. Lou Hartley and daughters, Ruth and Thelma, Mrs. Louis Musteen of Rogers, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harris 'and son of Newtonia; Miss lanche Goddess and Lloyd Nimnio of Monet t, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nimmo Nimmo and daughter, Rachel and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nimmo of Ritchey. Mrs. Lou Hartley is a sister of Mr. Adams. Tom Snider and sons, Virgil and Russell of Joplin, spent Sunday in Ritchey. Mrs. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Rowe Vanslake are moving to Picher, Picher, Okla. The children's day exercises were well attended Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. English and family spent Sunday in Joplin attending attending the English reunion. W. G. "*Mullins took a train ride Sunday, going down past Vinlta, Okla., then taking a fast train and going to . Springfield. He reported that the crops around Ritchey were looking 'bettor than any others along the line.