The Caddo Herald
July 23, 1948
Vacation Bible School at the Methodist Church
The Vacation Bible School is doing nicely at the Methodist annex this week. The pastor, Rev. Charles Puckett, is ably assisted by Mrs. Hatsel Powell, Mrs. Fred Washington, Mrs. J. J. Gecks, Mrs. Hugh Huddleston, Miss Mary McIntosh, Miss Carolyn Nail, Mrs. Glen Cunningham, Mrs. Clovis L. Wood and others.
Attendance has been large and the children are learning about the best things of life while also playing upon the lawn.
Judge Sullivan to Speak at Baptist Church Sunday
District Judge Sam Sullivan of Durant will deliver the sermon Sunday night at the Baptist church in Caddo.
The public is cordially invited to attend the service.
The Methodist church choir enjoyed a swimming party at Lake Texoma Friday night. More than fifty young people attended and enjoyed the outing very much. Mrs. H. F. Bass, choir director, was in charge of the party.
Mrs. Arvin Ellis entertained a group of young folks of her Sunday school class of the Baptist church at the Annex on Tuesday evening. Games were played and refreshments served to a group of enthusiastic young folks.
A Beautiful Tribute
At the Methodist church last Sunday morning came one of the most beautiful arrangements of flowers in memory of Mr. J. M. Mitchell and an offering was given by his daughter Mrs. Homer Moran, and it is a touching thing. Mr. Mitchell had planted these flowers himself in the spring.
We could feel the spirit of Mr. Mitchell in the church, but we do believe Heaven is blessed by the soul of our friend. We know Mr. Mitchell is happy with a new and heavenly choir to sing the songs he loved to sing in his lifetime.
Mr. Mitchell will be missed not only in the church, but in the streets and in the home. A friend of Mrs. Moran.