The Caddo Herald
May 29, 1931
Kenefick News Items
Services at the Baptist church were well attended Sunday morning and evening. Both Sunday Schools had attendance. Every one come and make the church work better.
The Kenefick Home Demonstration Club sent a basket of nice vegetables and one of mixed flowers to the vegetable and flower show at Durant last Friday. They report a fine show.
The entire town was shocked last Wednesday night by a head-on collision between Engines No. 501 and 502 near the depot. The engineer on 501 was the only man injured. Wrecking crews from Denison, Durant, and other nearby places came to assist in clearing the track. The wreck caused great damage to the engines and the cars and we are glad there were no deaths.
Mr. and Mrs. Lafoone had as visitors in their home last Sunday their son and wife who are in school at S.T.C.
Mrs. Otto Smith called on Mrs. Green Monday.
Mr. Henry Colbert and wife of Oklahoma City spent Monday night and Tuesday with their aunt, Miss Lizzie Davis.
Miss Aggie Boyd of Durant spent Friday night with friends in Kenefick.
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Miller and children were in Durant Monday to see Mr. George Morris who was seriously hurt in a car wreck several days ago.