Naomi Douthitt and R H Douthitt Apr 8, 1926
RTTCHEY Mr. and Mrs. W. H. \lburty entertained entertained as Easter guests, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Alburty and Mrs. George Foster and children of oJplm. A carload of strawberry crates, 4220, has been received by the Ritchey Ritchey Fruit Growers' Association. This car arrived last week and is the second second oar of crates to be delivered to the local association this year. Henry Spangler and Miss Ruby Williams were married recently. They have the best wishes of their many friends in this localiity. Mrs. Lucinda York gave a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of her little grandson, Gorman Capps, who was celebrating his fifth birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Curtice York, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Capps, Miss Frances Young, Miss Carrie York and the guest of honor. An enjoyable Eiisfor program was rendered at the I'lvshytorian church Sunday evening. The decorations of flowers and streamers were nicely arranged, and the literary and musical musical selections were helpful as well as entertaining. The exercises wore well attended, A pleasant picnic was held Easter evening by several of the young people, at Peirco City. Those present present included Misses Gladys Patterson, Naomi Douthitt, Esther Callaway, Henrietta English, Eliza Largon, and Messrs. Oscar Horsey, Orls and Lloyd Alburty and Harold Largen. Samuel Reynolds and..,, daughter, Mrs. D. L. Buxton, of Neosho vis* ited In Rltchey last Saturday. Mrs. "Nina Upchurch of Ava, Mo., •is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Pryor and family., . Mrs. Lucy Montgomery of Arcadia, Okla.', ha been called ihere by the sickness of her brother, R. H. Douthitt. ' .