The Caddo Herald
November 2, 1925
Last Tuesday evening a the home of his mother, Master Bruce Pace entertained a crowd of his young friends with a birthday and Halloween party. It was the occasion of his twelfth birthday.
Twenty of Bruce’s friends responded to the invitations to attend the party and enjoyed the many games very much. The house was decorated in numerous suggestions of Halloween- black cats, many colored lights, ghostly witches, and pumpkins. A great number of nice presents were presented to Bruce and after the games were played the cake was cut.
Moon Bros. Shows
The Moon Bros. Shows, coming to Caddo Saturday, November 7, carries many people, all artists in their lines, besides a wonderful collection of beasts and birds from every clime. It will positively show in Caddo and will be here just one day giving two performances during the day, rain or shine.
The show this year is adding a special feature for the children- a fairy tale with plenty of girls, music, entitled, “The Princess in Jungleland”. No extra charge is added for this extra feature although the expensive costumes make this one of the most elaborate pageants ever seen under canvas.
Those who keep up with the news of the day in the papers will be interested to know that Big Tex, the notorious elephant, is with this show. Tex occupied front-page space in the metropolitan newspapers for several days not long since, when he went on a rampage in Southern Missouri and Eastern Arkansas.
Eugene Lewis Making Good
Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Lewis moved a few weeks ago to Kingston, Oklahoma, where Eugene is pastor of the Nazarene Church, and a letter from Eugene indicates that he is beginning a period of successful work. He states that already several conversations have been had as a result of his preaching.
We heartily recommend Rev. and Mrs. Lewis to the people of Kingston. Eugene is a Caddo-raised boy and has many friends here who have known and loved him since childhood. Mrs. Lewis came to this community a few years ago and during her residence here made many friend who consider her as an entirely suitable helpmeet for her husband.
Friends at Caddo wish Eugene and Mrs. Lewis much success in their new home.