The Caddo Herald
October 27, 1922
Ku Klux Visit the Nazarene Meeting
Sunday night fourteen robed members of the Ku Klux Klan visited the Nazarene meeting, giving the Hudsons $15 in money and a letter to read, asking to be dismissed with prayer. In the letter several significant statements were made, these being the most prominent:
“The day has passed when the husband whips his wife; or the alley rats make unkind remarks about our wives, mothers, sisters and friends; the bootlegger must go; and you who make a habit of disturbing public worship, beware; our eyes are upon you.”
If Klansmen were not good men they could not subscribe to such good principles.
K.K.K. Visit Freeny
Rev. Roy J. Jacobs held services at Freeny Chapel Sunday, Oct. 23rd.
He reports that during the night service, seventeen robed members of the order of Ku Klux Klan visited the church and presented as a contribution to the church, $15.
He and the church heartily thanks the Klan for the money and the visit.