The Caddo Herald
November 19, 1926
At the Royal Theatre next Thursday morning from 10 until 11, Union Thanksgiving Services.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend. It is but a little thing to ask that one hour of the day be devoted to Thanksgiving.
Things may not be as we should like them. The prices may not be as high, sickness may have come, the crops may have been less than we expected. But things could be worse.
Too may of us are engaged in looking at the worst instead of the looking for the best. So let us put aside worldly cares for the hour and give thanks to the Giver of all good things for His manifold blessings.
New Farmers’ Order
J.J. Ridgway, J.S. Turner, and J.D. Oliphant were in Caddo Tuesday on business of the Farmers’ Fraternal and Economic Protective Order.
This is a new organization of which these gentlemen are the originators. It has for its purpose the economic and fraternal benefit of its members. Caddo being a central palace, has been select as headquarters for the time. Mr. Ridgway is the supreme vice-president; Mr. Turner is the supreme secretary-treasurer; and Mr. Oliphant is the supreme representative, being t he principal organizer.
At Methodist Church
Rev. W. J. Gray occupied the pulpit for the first time at the Methodist church Sunday morning. He was well received by his people, who wish him a successful year.
Sunday School is improving each Sunday. Several are taking the Teachers’ Course at Durant this week. Remember the School meets at 9:45 each Sunday morning. All are welcome.
The Durant League rendered the program at the League hour Sunday evening. A large number assembled and were well paid for coming as the young folks gave something worth while.
Rev. Gray announces regular service for the week. Everyone is cordially invited to come.