August 17, 1928
J.T. Green was here Saturday from Atoka.
T.I McGraw was a Durant visitor Monday.
Roland Harris was a Denison visitor last Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Dale were Caddo visitors Sunday.
John L. Boland and family visited in Wade Monday night.
I.Schaffer has returned from a visit to Mineral Wells, Texas.
Ruel Braudrick was visiting in Caddo last Sunday from Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jeans are visiting relatives and friends in Caddo.
H. W. Markham has returned from a visit with his son in Little Rock, Ark.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith of Tulsa are visiting relatives and friends in Caddo.
Lost- Pair of glasses in black case. Reasonable reward. Henry Edwards.
Louise Wise of Commerce, Texas, is visiting relatives in Caddo for a few days.
Windell Braudrick was visiting here last Friday enroute to his home in Commanche.
Edwin Hogan of Sallisaw is visiting home folks in Caddo for a few days on his vacation.
Mrs. Fred McCurley and daughter are visiting friends and relatives here for a few days.
Misses Hilda Guthrie and Mable Hauer have returned from a visit with friends in Kenefick.
W. R. Evans left Monday morning for a visit with relatives and friends in various points in Texas.
J.C. Beavers, Ed Beavers, and Frank Eslick left last Tuesday for a visit with homefolks in East Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hamer, from Dallas, spent a few days in Caddo this week, visiting old time friends.
Misses Sewell Barber and Mary Lee Hogan have returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Atoka.
Mrs. A. B. Crane of Raymondville, Texas was visiting her sister, Mrs. U. S. Markham, here last weekend.
Mrs. A. P. Braudrick left last week with Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Huffman for a trip through the Ozark mountains.
Mrs. Roland Harris and children returned Sunday from a two weeks visit with her father in Floydada, Texas.
Wanted- Place for boy to earn room and board for coming school term. Good athlete. We must have him. See G. E. Adair, Principal
Miss Helen Fentress has returned to her home in Longview, Texas, after a short visit here with Miss Dot Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Sessions have returned to their home in Guthrie after visiting homefolks here the past two weeks.
Last Thursday night the barn on the place where Walter Wilson lives was destroyed by fire. Origin of the fire is unknown.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Driver and children were visiting relatives and friends in Caddo last Sunday from their home near Tishomingo.
Misses Virginia and Madge Richey are visiting in Caddo on their vacation. They are in training as nurses in the Sherman Hospital.
Mrs. Monett T. Sharp and daughter, from Sperry, Okla. are visiting relatives and friends in Caddo. Mrs. Sharp will be better remembered in Caddo as Miss Annie Mae Smith.
Dr. M. A. Linch and son, Edward, went to Hartshorne last Sunday to accompany Homer Wilhelm home after a visit here of a few weeks. Edward will visit Homer in Hartshorne for a few days.
The Wesley Brotherhood Monday evening enjoyed a treat of iced watermelon, the gift of Louis Thrower and the ice by Roy Barber. The members certainly were thankful. There was not too much watermelon, but not enough men.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lanning of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Jack Dempsey of Whitsett, Texas; Mrs. Clifford Burrows of Henderson, Texas; Dixie Anderson and Mrs. Lois Cochran of Lufkin, Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shofner here. Mrs. Lanning will be better remembered in Caddo as Miss Pauline Muckelroy and Mrs. Burrows will also be better remembered here as Miss Annie Laura Muckleroy.