The Caddo Herald
April 10, 1925
Saturday night Mrs. L. M. Wood entertained a crowd of boys and girls, honoring Janice Crossett, it being the occasion of Janice’s fifteenth birthday. The games were very interesting and the ludicrous results of the boys’ attempts to turn milliners caused a great deal of merriment. At a late hour delicious refreshments were served. The dainty cake, surmounted by its fifteen pink candles called forth many cries of admiration and when it was cut J. C. received the button, Sewell the thimble, and Alton the dime. After wishing Miss Janice many happy returns of the day, the crowd departed, declaring that as a hostess Mrs. Wood has never been surpassed.
(A coin meant wealth in the future, a thimble meant unlucky in love. Don’t know the meaning of the button.)