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Neighborhood News. 8
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Miss Gladys Uallako.
Miss Beulah Patterson of Pleas
ant Hill spent Saturday and Sun
day with Julia Strecker.. Mr An
thony did some carpenter work
for Joe Zaerr last week Mrs.
Follmer and cousin, Miss Keller,
spent Sunday with George Wise
and family, D L. Lichtenwalter
and family were entertained Sun
day by J. F. Curti3 and family.
Miss Clara Hubbard was sick last
week and her school at Rising Sun
was dismissed for the week
Fred Schooler is having his house
remodeled. Misses Carrie and
Irene Winans visited Clara and
Geneva Hubbard Saturday and
Sunday. Grady Campbell left for
Oklahoma last week, where he ex
pects to teach school. Gladys
Ballard spent Saturday night with
Stella Strecker and Sunday Stella
Strecker spent the day at Ballard's
The B, Y. P. U gave a social at
the home of Garrett Magers and
family last Saturday evening.
About 40 were present and all had
a fine time. Refreshments were
served. Mrs. A. L. Thomas and
daughter Miss Stella were Car
thage visitors Saturday. Misses
Dicie and Dixie'.Woodard of Lake
side visited Elmer Foster and wife
Saturday and Sunday, They are
sisters of the lntter. Mrs. Follmer
and Miss Keller spent Thursday
with Mrs. George Baker of May
flower Miss Nellie Laudcrbaugh
visited Miss Ceola Mackey Satur
day and Sunday. Glen Cartwright
and wife visited A. T. Dean and
family Sunday. Miss Jessie Zinn
of Jasper visited Edna Ballard
from Friday till Sunday evening
A crowded house attended the
Sunday school convention at .ion
last Sunday. A good program
was given. The township officers
for the coming year were elected,
as follows: H. 0. Earl, president
Miss Lillian Magers, secretary,!
E. F. Karls and Alec Keith were I
appointed president and vice pres
ident of the house to-house visita
tion. Cap. Tiller was summoned
on the jury at Joplin this week.
A party was given at Charley
Walters' last Saturday evening in
honor of Ralph Sutton. About 75
were present and all had a good
time. Ice cream and cake were
served. Mrs. Follmer and Miss
Keller spent Friday with Mrs Os
car Follmer Emma Dodd of Jas
per spent Saturday and Sunday
with her sister, Mrs. Henry Covert.
Mrs. Thomas spent Wednesday
with Mrs. Oscar Follmer Tom
McCall and family spent Sunday
with Jess Corder and family. Ro
bert Wolf and family spent Sun
day evening at Fred Kerrick's
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nesday and Thursday with Miss
Lucy Hackett.--Miss Grace Foster
took supper at Alec Keith's Sun
day evening. George Nixon and
family took supper at Lute Vin
cent's Sunday evening and spent
the evening C. S Johnston is
building an addition to his house.
Mrs. Ed Steiner and baby of
Little Rock, Ark., and Mrs, Tom
Dodd of Jasper, visited Mrs. Henry
Covert Friday. Henry Covert and
family visited relatives in Jasper
ROUTE TWO ITEMS.
Dr. Lear was called Tucsaay to
see a sick norse at Asa Clingen
feld's. Mrs. Wm. Huffor.an spent
the day Monday with home folks.
Mrs. Boyer visited her son Louis
and family Tuesday. Mrs. Bob
Milton was trading in Jasper this
week, Aretha Baird staid with
Mrs Elmer Pugh Tuesday night.
Mrs. George Ferguson is quite ill
She had the doctor Wednesday
night ol last week Mr, and Mrs.
ueardorit and their daughter, Mrs '
Wesley Spaid, of Jasper, visited '
Marsh Dwdorff and family one
....a. uui-Keii ami unuginer -"5s ,y Surlday - George E. Henney
Lucy, spent Sunday with Mi.;and Wlfe from Dun,ap iowni were
Storbeck and daughters -Misses here the past week to complete the
day last week. Mrs Roy Wagner
of Rose Bank, was in Lynnland one
day this week Mrs. Marion Miller
made a trip to Jasper Friday.
Miss Aretha Baird called on Mrs.
Chas. Wood Thursday Mrs Cha
Wescott spent the evening in Jns
per Friday. George Wagner (hilled
wheat two days this week for Clyde
Wngner Mrs Clarence Trimble
spent one day this week with home
folks. Allen Peterson came out
Friday from Jasper in his auto and
took Miss Aretha Baird to the so
cial at the Jasper M. R. Church.
One of Chas Lilly's horses was
badly hurt the other day when it
ran away with a harrow. Wheat
sowing is the order of the day, and
those that haven't finished are
making the most of the good
weather. F. W. Wescott and Wm.
Patterson went to Carthage Mon
day to join the delegation that left
Carthage Monday evening in a spe
cial car for the nitional meeting of
t.e A H. T A. at Keokuk. Iowa
The delegates stopped off a day at
the State Fair at Sedalia Miss
Grace Gulick was horseback riding
in Lynnland Sunday. Sunday
school was organized in Lynnland
last Sunday with Lewis Boyer as
Mrs. Myrtle Coiner.
Mrs Frank Kelly visited Thurs
day at J. E. HulKs. Mrs. Mollie
McCormick returned with her for a
few days' visit. Myrtle Coiner
spent Tuesday with Laura Teeter
and family south of Jasper. Em
ma King visited Bertie Garner
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Ed
Owen spent Wednesday with
Myrtle Coiner and Alfred Smith
and wife of Lamar visited there
Thursday Mr. Dayringer moved
his family from Dublin into the
house with George Budd and fam
ily, last week Essie und Ethel
Hyder visited at Sam King's Sat
urday Mesdames Dave and John
Cones spent Friday at Chas. John-
j son's Mr. Daj ringer lost a fine
i horse Saturday night. Mr. and
Mrs bell and Ilobson Mikesell
spent Sunday at Chas Campbell's
Mrs. Penninpton nml rinunhtprs
jcallt.d there in tho nt,prnnc,n
Mrs. Hickman and daughters and
Mamie De Spain called at Chas.
Johnson's Sunday Mr James
and daughter Eulah visited several
days last week in Newport. 8 miles
northeast of Lamar. Sam King
and family visited Sunday at Will
Hyder's Miss Kirby's two small
brothers came over and visited
Blue Star school Friday. Miss
Kirby returned with them Friday
night to visit with home folks
over Sunday. H. E. Coiner and
family visited Ed Owen and fam-
transfer of their farm to R. J.
Wallace, of Stockton, Kans.
Frank Hull and family of Green
field visited J. E. Hull and wife
the past week
Mrs. May Matthews.
Mrs. Estey has a new brother
in law. Her sister, Miss Helen
Flowers, was married last Friday
to Mr Frost and went to her new
home which was already furnished
in the Mount Moriah neighborhood.
Dewey wishes them much joy.
Mr. Burkett's little boy living at
Carytown was firing a shotgun and
had it resting against his face when
ft kicked him so severely that he
js under the doctors care at present
Mrs Bean of Carterville is visit
ing her daughter Mrs. Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Matthews are at
tending the county Sunday school
convention" in Carthage. Mrs.
Blauth entertained Sunday Mr.
(and Mrs. V. Matthews. Mrs. Ira
Bull spent Sunday
folks Harve Griffin and wife and
Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw spent
Sunday with Mrs. John Gaddis.
Mrs. Alexander entertained Sun-
For the .1ASIM3H CITY FAIR
by ordering von 0110 of those
C 1 n s s y I NTKKNATIONAL
SUITS and wear one of those
Haiti Coats', then top it nil oil'
with a Worth Hat whieh you
will find nt
H. J. Deardorffs
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day Mr. Turner and family Mr.
Kimberlin is better after'a severe
illness and will take 'an overland
trip with his wife and Will Cline
and wife and Cordell Keller next
week to Eureka Springs for an
outing. Mrs. Bedell has returned
home from a visit to Jasper The
cloudy weather did not keep-people
from Zion Sunday. Salem
people were all there and Judge
Brock made a good talk The
rain Saturday night delayed wheat
planting for a few days.
Mrs Charles Elting.
J F. Gulick received three head
of fine cattle last week which he
bought a short time ago at Hugh
Harper's sale east of Carthago
Mr Crabtiee, who has been suffer
ing from an absi-ess of the eye is
slowly recovering, but it is yet
very painful and they can not tell
whether he will lose the sight of
the eye or not. Lesby Garrett
and wife took dinner with Chas
Nett and family Sunday A large
crowd was out to hear Bro Sin
ders of Webb City, who preached
for us Sunday afternoon. He is
not our regular minister, and as
yet we do not know who he will be.
Chas. Buzzard and sons were at
Oavton Sunday. Miss Grace Gu
lick called on Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
King Sunday to bid them farewell,
as they leave soon to make their
home in California Miss Florence
Milton is spending a few weeks in
Carthage visiting Mr. La Rue of
Nashville attended church at Dia
mond Sunday. Miss Buxton spent
Saturday and Sunday with Beat
rice Mitchell Frank Cline and
wife of Jasper were greeting friends
at Diamond Sunday. Mrs. Chas.
Elting and Grace Gulick spent
Thursday and Friday in Joplin.
Bro. Rapier, a former paster here
was greeting friends Sunday. He
left Monday for Greenfield. C.
Lunt and family spent Sunday
evening with Theo. Mitchell and
family, There will be a JJunday
school convention at Oakton next
Sunday. A number of Diamond
people are planning to attend.
Mrs. Thomas Edwards.
Farmers will finish sowing wheat
this week .with the ground in ex
cellent condition. Thos. Edwards
and wife and daughter Esther,
spent Sunday at Clarence Ham
mond s in Jasper. U. S. Lowen
stein and wife were Sunday visitqrs
at Lionel Winder's Mrs. Andrew
Gresham and son Joe were shop
ping in Jasper Monday. Estey
Busby of Dewey, visited Joe Ed
wards Sunday. Bob Horton and
wife of Jasper, visited at Will Tall
man's Sunday. Wm. Patterson
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and wife were guests of Mrs F W
Rumble Sunday Mis Mary Cur
tis visited Nina Lauduislngcr Sat
urday ami Sunday. .Miss Vera
Boyd spent- Thursday with Mrs
Joe Edward Mrs J ihn Gresham
visited, her daughter, Mrs Alnn
Barclay, one day last week Wm
Patterson left Tuesday for Keokuk,
Iowa, to attend the State and Na
tional convention of the A. H. T.
A. to be held there Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday of this week.
He will go from there to his old
home near Burlington, Iowa, and
visit friends and relatives a few
weeks A. W. Schott is helping
Rafe Winder, sow wheat this week.
Luther Wescott was a Carthape
caller Monday Mrs. Thos. Ed
wards and little daughter visited
her parents, Wm. Patterson and
wife Monday. Miss Flossie Patter
son was shopping in Jasper Mon
The following items were re
ceived last week too late for pubh
A number of relatives and friends
gathered at the J. W. Edwards
home Sunday to a surprise birth
day dinner given Mrs Edwards.
At noan the tables were loaded
with good tilings to eat. to which
all did arnple justice Mrs Ed
wards was the recipient of a num
ber of gifts. Those present were
Chas. Edwards and A'ife and
daughters. Hazel and Bernice, of
Joplin; Mrs. Ruth Edwards. Mrs
Mrs. Mary Fosdick, Mrs Hendrick
Lewis Hendrick and wife and
daughter Fern, of Carthage, Chas.
Elting and wife and Walter Mos
ley. of Diamond; Stanley Loyd
and E. A. Edwards and wife and
son Allen, of Carthage; and Thos
Edwards and wife and daughter,
Esther After a pleasant day all
departed late in the evening, wish
ing Mrs. Edwards many more
such happy birthdays. Mrs. Wm.
Patterson ate dinner at Clarence
Han-mond's in Jasper, Sunday.
George Patterson and wife visited
Fred Gresham and family Sunday.
Mrs. Van Pelt and little son, who
have bren visiting Frank Louden
slager and family, will return to
lheirliome at Defiance, Iowa, this
week Grandma Loudensloger
and son Frank will go back with
her. Grandma will stay there for
some time Miss Serafini is stay
ing with Mrs Will Tallman at
pretent. Sol Shoopman and wife
and Mat ion Owings and wife were
out riding in Mr. Shoopman's auto
Sunday afternoon Paul Edwards
spent Saturday night at Leais
Hendrick's near Carthage. U. S
Lowenstein and Wife and A. W
Schott and family spent Sunday
at Tom Patterson's. School is
progressing nicely under the direc
tion of Miss Jennie Conrad. Mrs.
Turner's sister is visiting her this
wetk Mrs. Lizzie Greshom has
been suffering from a felon, but is
improving. His fri'-nds in this
vi. iiuty will be deeply grieved to
learn of the death of Earl S Wright
loinierly of Jasper, on Saturday.
September 1 5. at the home of his
Uhvr, M V Wiight. of La Plata.
Mo. He was 32 years ot age
Karl was hishly esteemed by all
who knew htm. The funeral was
held fr.ini the Christian Church at
that p'acc Sunday the 14th Our
deepest sim pithy is extended to
the bereaved ones, as well as that
of the community I would ap
preciate very nvich if all who know
any items 1 f interest would kindly
phune them to me Monday morn
Miss Eugenia Rex
Mrs. Samuel Foreman has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pat Mc
Laughin.near Forest Grove Beit
Lee and wife of Colorado are visit
ing Mr Lee's parents, Harvc Lee
and family. Geo. Swift of Lamar
was a visitor at the home of Frank
Thacker Saturd ly night and Sun
day. Grandma Rogers has re
turned from Keener, Ark , to make
her home with her daughter. Mrs.
Heniy Graham. Quite a number
from here attended the ball game
Surplus and profits
for the Fair
Fall Ginghams, Outings, Blankets
Underwear, Ladies' Felt Shoes
" and EVERYTHING to make you comfortable
Our goods are all fresh and new and our prices always
just a liatle less. Ask most anyone; thoy are generally
one of our customers. Wntch your mail closely, as wo
are going to write oou a very important letter soon.
J. ROSS DODD
Rude Bros. Business College
Fall Term opens September 1. Enroll at any time without any
disadvantage. Catalogue Free.
at Blue Star Sunday. numhir
of friends gashered nt the home of
Henry (iraham the 34th to rtlr-
br.itelhc birthday of Mrs. Graham.
Farmers are nearly through sow
ing their wheat. Mace Foreman
and Ernest Rex have been baling
str-iw for Fred Winter John
Cams made a business tiip u
Pittsburg Saturday Allen Millei
is improving from a spell ot sick
ness. See Hammond for Feed.
Alfalfa and Molasses, Alfalfa
Meal, Soft Wheat Mill Run and
Humoring tho Public.
Tho public must bo treated liko
women; they must bo told absolutely
nothing but what thoy like to hear.
A. W. RADFORD
Live Stock and General
Your Patronage Solicited.
Phone Jll'x2tj, Jasper, Mo.
Gradimto Missouri Aucti n School
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