Tom Douthitt and Mr and Mrs Clarence Douthitt Jul 26, 1928
in honor of. Mrs. E. W. Trenk's 60ih birthday anniversary. , Arthur Freund left Monday morning for San Francisco where expects to stay for some time. RITCHEY Miss Eathel Loving. Mr. and Mrs. Ed English and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Freeman Freeman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernlce Boswell and daughter, and Mrs. Raymond Routhitt spent last week-end picnicing near Anderson. Mrs., B. K. Hussey is visiting in Kansas City this week. Miss Eliza Largen spent the with friends in • Neosho. •• - Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Denton of Mountain Grove visited over the week-end at the home of F. L. Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Douthitt and family of Edmond, Okla.. are visiting this week with Mrs. Amelia Sanders. Oscar Beaver had the misfortune misfortune to lose two good milk ,pows last week. Several others were sick for a few days. Miss Rosa Jennings of MonArk Springs is visiting with relatives in this community. Miss Audry Beaver has been taking treatment from a speclal- iat >in Joplln for ear trouble. Mr.' and Mrs. Jim Forkner of Joplin visited at the Laurance home Wednesday of last week. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoodenpyle and family, of Kansas City, are visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jack. Mr. Hoodenpyle Is a nephew of Mrs. Jack. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Douthitt Douthitt and daughter spent -Monday in Joplin. Mrs. Lucindia York and daughter, daughter, Carrie, and Mr. and Mrs.' Curtis York spent Sunday with relatives In Duneweg. Grandma Beck who has been 111 for some time Is improving. Miss Pacla McNair of Pierce City spent several davs of last week .with her sister, Mrs. Hester Curtis. J. C. Loving made a business trip to Granby Monday. Esther Callaway, who is attending attending college at Springfield, visited visited with home folks Sunday. CARD O# THANKS ' We wish to thank ,the people of TCeosho for their, great kindness kindness and many expressions of sympathy following the tragic death of our two little daughters daughters Saturday morning. We would especially express our gratitude to A. R. Edmondson jof BartlesvlUe, whose, help in this trouble can never be forgotten. forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McCullagh.