The Caddo Herald
April 10, 1925
Union Easter Service in Caddo Churches
Easter will be observed in Caddo by three Union Services: the first at 7a.m., will be conducted by Rev. Siville of the Christian Church. Music by juniors.
Usual Sunday Schools will assemble at 9:45. Each in its own place. Men’s class downtown.
Morning services at the Methodist Church, led by Judge C. C. Hatchett. Music by joint choirs.
Easter Egg Hunt, 3p.m. at the park. Those who are to arrange this party will be there at 2, sharp.
Regular Young People’s societies at their several places.
Evening services at the Baptist Church, conducted by Rev. M. A. Cassidy. Music by joint choir.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
This club held its regular weekly meeting Monday at the Club House. Five new members were added, making a total of 44. Only 4 were absent.
Four visitors were welcomed. The Methodist orchestra furnished the excellent music as a part of the entertainment. Short and enthusiastic talks were had from several members.
Quarterly Conference will be held Friday night, Saturday night, and Sunday morning and night at Freeny Chapel. Rev. Switzer, the presiding elder, will conduct the services.
Let every member take notice and be present- and everyone else is cordially invited. J. H. Miller, pastor.
At Baptist Church
One of the most entertaining and inspirational services ever held in Caddo was conducted at the Baptist Church Sunday evening. Rev. Hardin baptized seven and preached an instructive sermon. The five-piece orchestra and the choir made excellent music. This orchestra soon will have two or three other instruments added to it.
The Sunday school had 130 members enrolled and is growing every Sunday.
There is a place waiting for you at the Baptist Church and if you don’t fill it, somebody will fill it for you.