- J. W. Coleman and W
A. Scott, president of the Bank of Aurora, were in this city, Monday
looking after the foreclosure of a trust deed. While here Mr. Coleman made
the Democrat a pleasant call and stated that he visited almost every
summer resort in the Ozarks last Sunday and had a fine trip.
- Mr. and Mrs. Means
Ray of Jefferson City, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nolan of St. Louis, left
Saturday, for an auto trip to Michigan, and the Canadian border. They will
be gone two weeks. Means said he would be home the last of September.
- Mrs. Wright Weatherly
accompanied by her son, Paul of Earlham, Iowa, have been visiting their
old home in Exeter, with relatives and friends, and accompanies by George
Weatherly and Bart Briscoe of Exeter, were in Cassville Wednesday.
- Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Fogg of Pasley neighborhood served about 30 friends and relatives to a
fine chicken dinner, July 1926, in honor of their daughter-in-law and
granddaughter, Mrs. Walter Fogg of Merryville, LA., and Miss Tensie Fogg
of Beaumont, Texas, who have been visiting here for the past two weeks and
will return to their home next Monday. Mrs. Walter Fogg said she is
delighted with this country , especially Roaring River, and her little
son, Clinton Ray says the things he has enjoyed most on his visit, is the
horseback rides and good swims.
- John Ray was in
Kansas City, last Saturday
- Prosecuting attorney
Burgess of Monett spent Monday in this city.
- The Mitchell-Thomas
Motor Co. received a car of Ford trucks, Monday
- LOST - A new $5.00
bill, Thursday, July 16, between the music store and the post office.
Finder will confer a great favor by returning same.
- James Wilson has had
his residence painted, just north of the city limits.
- Mrs. H. P. Sons has
been visiting Mrs. E. N. Meader and husband in St. Louis
- Joseph W. Mitchell of
Wayne, returned last week from a visit with relatives at Tulsa, Okla.
- Dan Shoemaker of near
Golden and Wm. Holden of near Mano spent a part of last Sunday in this
city. That street in from of J. W Hisney's residence, west of the square
is a sore eye to this city. It should be graded and graveled.
- Mrs. Mary Bayless and
her son Guy, wife and three son's of Claremore Okla., have visited their
many relatives and friends in Cassville and surrounding country this week.
- DIED - The premature
infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Arnold of this city, Sunday.
- Grat Reese has been
sick this week, with a severe cold. Hardly able to speak above a whisper.
- Marion Lawrence of
near Washburn had business in Cassville, Wednesday. He said he had a food
crop of cantaloupes this year.
- Quite a few people
were in Ridgley, Sunday
- J. S. Berry was
visiting on Shoal creek, Friday night
- Keeling brothers are
buying tomatoes to ship around here.
- Perry Weaver was
driving a new car at Wheaton, Saturday
- The canning factory
started operations here, August 1st
- Russ May was visiting
his son-in-law, Clarence Harrison, one day last week.
- Clarence Harrison and
wife have returned from Anderson, where they have been visiting.
- Uncle Joe Stamps is
digging a pond on his farm
- We are having
unusually cool weather for this time of year
- Grandma Ellis was
taken seriously ill last Friday. She is reported to be some better at this
- The government has
made Miss Harris, a blind lady, a present of a radio set. It is being
installed in her parents home, north of L. W. Nickle's store.
- J. S. Roller and C.C.
Black made a business trip to Pitcher, Okla., and Parsons, Kans., last
- Talmadge Lee of
Springfield visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Lee, east of town.
Talmadge is one of Barry county's boy's who is making good.
- At the regular
meeting of the Baptist church here last Saturday, Rev. J. T. Brattin was
called as pastor. Clana Henbest was elected clerk; W. L. Henry, Treasurer;
Mrs. Lizzie McGlothlin, J. A. Roller and C.D. Henbest, messengers; William
Gowan and Sallie Davis as alternates to the assembly at Corinth in
(Too late for last week)
- John England returned
from a business trip to Oklahoma a few days ago.
- Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Sisney have been real sick.
- Ernest Meadows
enjoyed a fox chase at Martin Redding's, Saturday.
- Most all the tomato
patches are good but Will Erwin has about seven acres which is extra good.
- Jim Sisney's are
enjoying a visit with some of their old neighbors from Kansas.
- Rev. Crouch filled
his regular appointments at Mineral, Saturday night and Sunday.
- Frank Stumpff and
Alfred Moore visited at Granvil Moore's one night last week.
- Arthur Smith
transacted business in Cassville Monday.
- Dr. Kelly was called
to Shell Knob Friday night to see Isaac Epperly who was sick.