Clyde and J F Douthitt, W J Alburty Jan 13, 1927

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Clyde and J F Douthitt, W J Alburty
Jan 13, 1927 - RITCEGEY (By Frances Young) Having tho flu is...
RITCEGEY (By Frances Young) Having tho flu is the general order of the day In thies locality. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla McClary of Joplln visited here Sunday. C. H. Hobbs and C. E. Nelson of Rogers, Ark., were here Wednesday Tn the" Interest" or tne Hussey-Hobbs Tie Co. J. J. Jack made a business trip to Neosho Friday. P. W. Cardin and D. H. Sechlor of Springfield visited with W. G. Mullens Mullens Monday afternoon. Wm. Brown transacted business In Neosho Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sloane of Carthage Carthage were here Sunday. The judges of our county court were here Friday morning looking after the work on the public roads in this vicinity. W. H. Alburty and James Pryor attended the meeting of the Ozark Fruit Growers' Association at Monett last week. Dr. Wilbur Of Granby made a professional professional call upon Horace Laurance who has the flu and some other trouble. Mrs. W. O. Millions nanrt ann \Kf G. Jr., visited with relatives in Joplin Joplin Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Van Horn and daughter, Rollene, of Stark City, visited visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Denton. Mr> and Mrs. W. B. Terrill have moved to Hockerville, Okla. Mrs. Oliver Gulick aand daughter, Helen, of Monett, spent the weekend weekend here visiting relatives. Mrs. Lucinda York is visiting relatives relatives ln~JopHn this week; — Dr. Wright of Peirce City was called Thursday to the bedside of Mrs. A. J. Redman who is suffering from appendicitis. W. A. Curtis was a business visitor in Joplin Monday. T. C. Beck left Tuesday for Memphis, Memphis, Tenn., where he is to receive employment as a traveling salesman. H. A. Curtin and son of Kansas City wore here Sunday on an outing trip. Will Stockton and family are to move here soon. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Horsey have returned from Kansas City where they spent their honeymoon. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Douthitt and family attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Douthitt, Sunday. Tho event was a celebration of tho birthday' anniversaries anniversaries of^three members of the families, families, ,who represented threo different different generations. ' Trot, and Mrs, G. E. Barlow and little son shopped in Neosho Saturday. Saturday. J. C, Nimmo and Floyd Nlmmo attended attended the Clovnr and Prosperity mooting Tuesday, which was held at Neosho. Blanchard Troxel of Pittsburg, Kans., spent tlys week-end at the home ,pf his uncle, Mike Troxel. The lUtchoy Christian Endeavor Soolet; elected officers and commit- too chairmen Friday night. Well qualified members were chosen to fill th?so places of responsibility and the outlook is good for tnu now year's ,work, Chaj. Bailey and I* G. Crowe are candidates, for the office of local road xyereeer; '••. jir. and Mrs.'Geo. Spangler and famUyJiave moved from the H. P. ; house, . to the property ,py Mrs. Qlarlsa Hudson. Beaver opont the week- id vW\ hU family. He Is working

Clipped from The Neosho Times13 Jan 1927, ThuPage 4

The Neosho Times (Neosho, Missouri)13 Jan 1927, ThuPage 4
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