The Caddo Herald
May 4, 1928
Of Local Interest
Electric Light Globes at the Meadows Grocery.
C. P. Crudup was a visitor to Durant Saturday.
Miss Ernestine Carroll spent Sunday in Seminole.
Dee Freeny was here from near Ardmore yesterday.
George Hodel was here from Kenefick last Saturday.
Mrs. W. H. Sands and son visited in Sherman this week.
George Boston was here Monday from Durant greeting friends.
W. N. Green from Muskogee spent the weekend with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Downing spent Sunday in Caddo with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauer and son were here from Sherman Sunday.
Mrs. W. T. Moreland was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barber Sunday.
John Finney of the state fire marshal’s office was here a while Sunday.
Gardens are looking good now and are doing much toward lowering the cost of living.
If you don’t let the ugly weeds get a start on you they will not be so hard to kill later on.
Bill Nolen was here Monday from Cade. His father, who lives at Wilson, was visiting him.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ceubell and little son from Durant visited relatives in Caddo Sunday.
Buy six bars of toilet soap for 50c and get a set of dessert dishes free at Meadows Grocery.
Little Miss Jane Semple of Durant visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mr. J. T. Petty this week.
Harry D. Neely was here Monday in the interest of his candidacy for court clerk of Bryan County.
Shearl Shofner was in Durant Saturday interviewing the voters in his race for county superintendent.
Tim Ward was in town Wednesday. He is receiving much encouragement in his race for representative.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Braudrick and little daughter were here form Ada last Sunday visiting homefolks.
Feed for the horses, cows, hogs, and chicks, and all the rest of the family at Meadows Grocery.
Griff Murray, candidate for sheriff, was in town a while Saturday greeting friends. He is always welcome here.
Good pasture for horses or cattle at $1.00 per head per month. Plenty of grass and water. W. H. Sands
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Parsons, Mrs. L. M. Nettelton, and Mrs. Roy Barber attended the District Conference at Bennington this week.
Roy Barber has been selected again as trouble man for the O. G. & E. in Caddo, which meets with the approval of their patrons in Caddo.
J. S. Turner was in town Saturday greeting friends and attending to business. He is receiving many offers of support in his race for representative of Atoka County.
The play by the eighth grade at the auditorium last Friday night was well attended and much enjoyed. The girls and boys who took part deserve much credit for their splendid work.
The remains of the old Abbott gin are being torn away. The Herald believes a nice park could be made on the grounds thus being cleared.
Dr. C. D. Dale moved back to Caddo this week to make his home and practice his profession. His many friends here are glad to have him back.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown, daughter, and Mrs. Bernard Parish and son of Honey Grove visited the families of R. C., R. H., H. B. and Ivan McGraw.
Mrs. Alice Manning went to Talihina Monday for treatment. She was accompanied by Dolph Wood and Mrs. Izard. Mrs. Meadows came home with them much improved in health.
Rachel Barber, Mary Nell Sargent, Lucille Thompson, Glenna Ruth Sawyer, Lula Mae Dorsey, Clifton Wood and Carl Folsom attended the county 4-H Club meeting in Durant Saturday.
The 4-H Club District meeting held last Thursday at the High School was a very interesting and profitable gathering of the young folks. The things thus being taught the school children will be useful to them through life.