The Caddo Herald
June 19, 1931
Of Local Interest:
H. I Meadows was a business visitor to Sherman.
Mr. Eric Holm is visiting in Kansas and Missouri.
W.W. Boone was a business visitor in Denison Thursday.
J. W. Dodd has returned from a business visit in Stillwater.
Guy A. Crossett was here from Tishomingo Saturday and Sunday.
Loretta McGraw has returned from a visit in Honey Grove, Texas.
Mrs. Vivia Locke and Mary Beth Moore visited in Sulphur Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Moffatt and daughter, Audrey, of Nix, visited here Monday.
Mrs. Dan Mason and little daughter have returned from a visit in Dallas.
Mrs. C.D. Dale of Atoka was a guest of Mrs. John Hogan in Caddo Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. Dale and sons, Jack and Buddie, visited here from Atoka Sunday.
Mrs. Charlie Brown of Caney and Mrs. Jim Sargent visited in Sherman Sunday.
Miss Mozelle Tanner of Durant spent the weekend here with Miss Mary Lois Goddard.
Mrs. Jack Lillie and Miss Emma Lillie of Kenefick shopped in this city Thursday.
Mrs. Thomas Craghead has returned from a two weeks visit with her sister in Dallas.
Miss Etoy Dickey of Ringling, spent the weekend with her cousin, Fern Dickey here.
Mrs. Alice Curtiss of Emporia Kansas is visiting Mrs. J. M. Goddard here for a while.
Misses Mary Jane and Maggie Lee Bass of Durant visited Mrs. H. F. Bass Monday.
Mrs. S. S. Sessions and daughter, Mrs. Jimmie Harris, of Kenefick, were here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dale and son of Wilson visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berber Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Heath and children arrived in Caddo Saturday for a visit with friends.
Mrs. Virgil Wisdom and little son of Muskogee are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Trout here.
Mrs. Wideman and daughter, Irene of Kingston was here last week visiting Mrs. F. L. Booker.
Mrs. J. N. Nation, two daughters, and son Ralph left Saturday for an extended visit in Louisiana.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett, daughter, Nina Faye, and Mrs. Pace were visiting Mrs. C.D. Dale in Atoka Friday.
Misses Marguerite and Zuileka Boland left Sunday to attend O.U. at Norman during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Slack left Saturday for Wagner where they will make their home with their son Bud.
Mrs. Carter McCalman and children have returned from a visit in Altus with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Izzard.
Mr. and Mrs. Pack Boxly of Dallas visited Mrs. H. T. Chiles and daughters Friday. Mrs. Boxly is a sister of Mrs. Chiles.
Miss Zuileka Boland returned home recently from Schoenchen Kansas after having taught in the schools there the past year.
Mrs. Teel of Kingston is attending the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. Booker. Her many friends will be glad to know she is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer and Dr. and Mrs. Nettleton were among the Caddoites attending the Masonic meeting at Bokchito Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Moran of Altus came in Sunday and have since been enjoying a visit with relatives and friends in and near Caddo.
Mrs. Foster Baily and young daughter have returned to Sulphur after an extended visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maytubby.
Wesly Robertson, of Oklahoma City, visited his mother, Mrs. Vivia Locke the past week. His sister Bunnie accompanied him home for a short visit.
Misses Madge and Nell Moore of Ringling have returned home after a week’s visit in Caddo as guests of their aunt, Mrs. H.I. Meadows and daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Styron and son of Oklahoma City were visiting friends in Caddo a short time Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Styron were enroute to Dallas for a visit with friends.
Mrs. W.N. Green, Mrs. Hal Watkins, Mrs. C.D. Dale of Atoka, and Mrs. Harry Pace, of Stamford, were here Wednesday attending a “shower” in honor of Mrs. H. T. Chiles.
Mrs. George Tyson has as her guests Mrs. W.K. Smith and little son, Billie of Dallas. Mrs. Smith is secretary of the Athletic department of Southern Methodist University of Dallas.
Mrs. Carl Johnson and two daughters and sister, Mrs. Cora Brodie, motored to Honey Grove, Texas, Sunday, where they visited with Mr. Johnson, he having taken over the Ford agency in that city. Mrs. Johnson and daughters will be leaving soon to join Mr. Johnson and making Honey Grove their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Carrol and children of Shreveport, La. Arrived in Caddo Sunday for a short visit with the former’s sister, Mrs. Virgil Slack and family. They left Monday accompanied by Mrs. Slack and children for Tipton, where they will visit Mrs. M. A. Cassidy, mother of Mrs. Slack and Mr. Carrol.
On last Friday night Mrs. “Bill” Owens entertained the W.W. club members at her home in honor of Miss Harriet Ray Chiles and Miss Ruth Johnson, who are leaving Caddo to take up their residence in other cities. Quite a jolly time was had by all present and the most delicious refreshments enjoyed. Each honoree received tokens of loving remembrances from W. W’s.