The Caddo Herald
April 30, 1942
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Riddels of Sherman spent the past week end in Caddo visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Butler and sons of Idabel were in Caddo Sunday visiting with homefolks.
Misses Gladys Lusk, Evelyn Littrell, Sara Luton, Christine Philpott, and Margaret Sipes were shopping in Dallas last Saturday.
Mrs. Walter Baxter and Miss Billie Ruth Baxter were visiting in Durant Saturday.
Ruel Choate was a Durant visitor Saturday.
For sale- Two good riding cultivators. Mrs. M. B. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison were in Durant Sunday.
Mrs. Jess Heath has returned to her home in Colorado City, Texas, after a visit here with her sisters, Mrs. Hazel Sutton and Miss Louise Clower.
Mrs. Bob Wierman is here from Charleston, S.C. as the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Bass.
Mrs. C.A. Hancock had as her guests the past weekend, Misses Phyllis Hancock and Mary Reed of Oklahoma City and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Faudree and children of Atoka.
Ray Bilbo, who is taking air training in Grand Prairie, Tex. , visited his parents here the past weekend.
Dr. Roy L. Cochran was a business visitor in Atoka last Tuesday.
Paul Stewart, the Antlers editor, was in Caddo Monday in the interest of his candidacy for Congress. He has many friends in these parts.
Dave Szenasi write form the 45th at Boston that he is now at McDill Field, Fla.
Good cream separator for sale at a bargain. Mrs. Delphine Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Burns moved this week to Healdton where Mr. Burns became athletic coach and teacher in the high school.