I found the following article, and several others, in the Daily Oklahoman archives. Does anyone have photos of the event? Love to see some!
November 26, 1948
CADDO- Nov. 25 (Special)- For the biggest celebration in Caddo's history, an observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the town's incorporation, a series of dances, a parade, a carnival, and a barbecue for all the guests will be spread over three days here starting Friday.
It will be homecoming for many of the town's former citizens, some who have not been back since the horse and buggy days when Caddo was one of the most thriving towns in the Indian Territory and for others a social event matching the famous Caddo Corn carnival of 30 years ago.
The Golden Jubilee will open Friday night with a carnival and square dance on main street and another dance in the high school gymnasium. As a side attraction the Caddo Masonic Lodge, third oldest in Oklahoma, will observe its seventy-fifth anniversary.
Highlight of the Saturday celebration will be a parade featuring 33 floats and four high school bands and crowning of the jubilee queen.
Barbecue prepared by Clay Potts, noted barbecue artist of Oklahoma A&M College will be served Saturday at noon when Congressman Carl Albert of McAlester will be guest speaker.
Other speakers will be R. T. Stuart, Oklahoma City life insurance executive and Caddo ranch owner; Charles E. McPherren, Oklahoma City attorney and first mayor of Caddo, and J.N. Broadhead, superintendent of the Caddo schools.
Enola Johnson, 18-year-old Caddo girl, will be crowned jubilee Queen during the afternoon festivities.
A dance will get under way at 8pm Saturday in the high school gymnasium, and festivities will be concluded Sunday morning with services in all churches and a special program at the Methodist church when gifts to the church will be dedicated.