The Caddo Herald
July 15, 1932
Local and Personal
Bob Baker was visiting in Durant Thursday night.
Guy G. Crossett was a business visitor in Durant Friday.
Moses Martinez was a business visitor in Atoka Tuesday.
Mrs. Alice Bradley and Mrs. Zora Dake were visitors in Durant last Monday.
Carl B. Price was in Caddo Thursday in the interest of his race for Tax Assessor.
J. Walter Mills was in Caddo Thursday in the interest of his race for Court Clerk.
Lonnie Wright was in Caddo Friday in the interest of his race of Tax Assessor. Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Downing were visiting with friends and relatives in Wapanucka last Sunday.
Carl B. Price was in town Thursday in the interest of his race for County Superintendent.
Doyle Harper is in Caddo this week from his home in Wright city visiting with his friends.
Carroll Franks has returned to his home in Seminole after a short visit here with homefolks and friends.
Mrs. V.W. Slack is visiting this week with Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Cassidy at their home in Henryetta.
Lonnie Rice was in Caddo Thursday in the interest of his race for County Superintendent.
Haskell Taylor is here from Amarillo, Texas, where he is now employed, for a short visit with homefolks and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore and two sons of Sherman were visiting friends in Caddo Thursday. They will leave soon to take up their work in Japan.
Mrs. J. Henry Thompson and son, Jerry, are here this week from their home in Dallas, visiting her sister, Mrs. D. B. Mason, and family.
Mrs. Roy L. Cochran and young son left Sunday for Tupelo, Mississippi, where Mrs. Cochran was called by the sudden death of her father. We extend to Mrs. Cochran our heartfelt sympathy in her hour of sorrow.
Mrs. M. Ellison has returned to her home in Sherman after a visit her with her niece Mrs. J.C. Hogan, and family.
Mrs. Bob Baker was her from Durant the past weekend visiting with her husband, who is employed in the Herald office.
Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Gurley and children have returned to their home after a two week’s visit with friends and relatives in Okamulgee.
Fred Honsinger and two sons left Friday for their home in Pasadena, Calif. after a month’s visit here with homefolks and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Orman Womble are the proud parents of a fine young son who arrived Saturday to make his home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Booth and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Booth were here from Matoy Saturday trading with our merchants.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Embry were here from Atoka Saturday visiting with friends and looking over the bargains offered by our merchants.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dale and young son were here the past weekend form their home in Wilson visiting with homefolks and friends.
Mrs. Etna Caudill and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caudill and young daughter are here this week visiting with Mrs. R. M. Sargent, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Evans were here from Ada Sunday visiting with relatives and friends. Mrs. Evans and Guy G. Crossett were also visitors in Farmersville, Texas, on that day.
Mrs. I.E. Blanks and little daughter, Pattie Sue, and Miss Kyle Blanks are here this week from Oklahoma City visiting with the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Blanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Murrey and children and Miss Nell Farrington were here from Oklahoma City over the Fourth visiting with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. James Boone and young son; Mr. and Mrs. and W. N. Green and daughters; and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Watkins were here from Atoka Sunday night to hear the farewell sermon of Rev. Lardner Moore at the Presbyterian Church.
J. A. Moore was a business visitor in Durant Monday.
W.E. Crabtree has been attending Federal court in Durant this week as a witness in several cases.
Quite a number of Caddo citizens have been attendants of the Federal court in Durant this week as witnesses and lookers-on.
Miss Pauline Webster has returned to her home in Haskell after a short visit here with friends. She was accompanied home by Miss Nadine Guthrie who will visit with her in her home.
Quite a number of out of town guests were here Sunday night to hear Rev. Lardner Moore deliver his farewell sermon before he sails for Japan where he is stationed as a missionary for the Presbyterian Church. Rev. Moore has been on a year’s leave of absence in the States to further the cause of Missionary work in the foreign countries and has spent the largest part of this time at his former home in Sherman. He and his splendid wife have been frequent visitors in Caddo and he has delivered some inspiring sermons to large congregations here. We wish Rev. Moore and his fine family God’s speed and care in their chosen work and we feel we speak the sentiment of his friends here in extending this token of good will to him.