The Caddo Herald
April 27, 1928
W. N. Green was home from Muskogee Sunday.
Mrs. Calvin Wright is visiting her daughter in Dallas.
H. T. Styron was here Monday from Konawa on business.
Tom Akers was here from Caney Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bass were Dallas visitors over last weekend.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett arrived home last Friday from Marlin, Texas.
Zeb Lowe and Jake Davison, Jr. were visitors to Stillwater Sunday.
Mrs. Ivan Robinson from Amarillo, is visiting her mother, Mrs. B. McGraw.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barber attended the funeral of Bill Moreland in Denison Sunday.
Miss Ida Freeny and brother Bernard were home from Oklahoma City last weekend.
Mrs. W. L. Driver from Honey Grove is the guest of her daughter Mrs. Ivan McGraw in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Boydstun are rejoicing over the arrival of a new son at their home Sunday.
Mrs. Ambrose Smith, from Amarillo, is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. J. Craghead and other relatives.
A high wind last Saturday did some damage to barns and loose roofs in and near town, nothing serious.
Mrs. Roy Barber and Mrs. L. M. Nettelton attended the district meeting of the W. M. S. in Durant Friday.
A.P. Braudrick returned home Saturday from a visit with his son Wayne and family in Shawnee.
W. Dufur was in town Wednesday getting seed to plant diversified crops. He does not believe in any one crop.
Sweet Potato plants for sale, Porta Rico or bunch yams. $2 per 1000 at Caney, Okla. N. T. Nixson or M. Lee.
Mrs. Vivia Locke and little daughter Bunnie came down from Oklahoma City Friday to visit with friends a few days.
Another good rain yesterday gave a wetness to the ground that was badly needed. Yet come to think of it, this is the time of year for rain.
Rev. E. A. Reed presiding elder, and Rev. W. D. Thompson, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Durant, were here a while yesterday.
Mrs. C. C. Bilbo was called Sunday to St. Louis by the death of her mother. Mrs. Bilbo’s many friends will condole with her in the loss of mother.
Miss Dot Smith returned to Denton today where she will resume her school work in C.I.A. having enjoyed the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.R. Smith.
Strayed- One black horse mule, 8 years old, one bay mare mule, low neck, both 14 hands high, harness marks. Will give $5 reward for their return. Milton Lee, Caney, Okla.
Joe Turner, Ross Bonner, Jack Duncan, Melvin Hale, Rufe Choate, C. C. Bilbo, and Maurice Beck attended the Third District American Legion Convention at Hugo Tuesday. They all had a great time they say.
A boy was born Tuesday at noon to Mr. and Mrs. Warner Adair. The little fellow only lived a half day, dying at midnight. The remains were lain away in Caddo Cemetery Wednesday. Their many friends sympathize with the family in their grief.
The rain did not prevent a good number of pupils from Midway and Pleasant Hill from attending the district meeting of 4H clubs in Caddo yesterday. It was too bad that wet grounds prevented an outdoor demonstration of some of the wonderful things that the boys and girls are learning.
Tim Ward was in town Tuesday from his home near Rock Springs. Tim is a candidate for representative of Atoka County, and has a host of friends who want to see him elected. Tim is one of those old time democrats who never go off after strange gods. His father, W. G. Ward is a Confer ate veteran, and one of Atoka county’s best citizens. Tim farms for a living and has a good education so that he will be well ale to speak for his county if elected.