The Caddo Herald
June 4, 1948
Rev. Price and Family Honored with Dinner
The members of the Methodist church entertained with a covered dish dinner and reception Monday evening honoring their pastor, Rev. J. D. Price and family who are leaving Caddo soon, as Rev. Price has decided to attend Southern Methodist University next year.
Mr. and Mrs. Gecks were in charge of the entertainment and were assisted by the members of the Women’s Society of Christian Service. A number of games were played after which Mrs. Washington, on behalf of the W. S. C. S. presented the honorees a pair of beautiful blankets. About one hundred guests were in attendance.
Teachers and Officers Given Dinner Thursday
Teachers and officers of the Baptist Church enjoyed a four-course dinner at the annex Thursday evening at 7 o’clock. Rev. Kirk was speaker of the evening.
Mrs. Adair and Miss Pauline were presented with a going away gift.
Twenty-one teachers and officers and children and Rev. and Mrs. Kirk were present.
Shower Given for Mrs. Virgil Cargill
Mrs. Mary McKinney and Mrs. Nina Faye Taylor entertained at the community building with a pink and blue shower, honoring Mrs. Virgil Cargill. A number of contests were held, after which the honoree was presented a number of nice gifts. Mrs. Cargill thanked the ladies, after which punch and cake were served to twenty-five guests.
W. M. U. Held Meeting June 1st
W. M. U. met June 1st in the home of Mrs. M. G. Downing with Mrs. Faulkner, Mrs. Pinson, Mrs. Ruel Choate, and Mrs. Downing hostesses.
Miss Keith was leader.
Topic for the meeting, “Train Workers for the World Missions”.
Bible study from Math. 11 and 28.
Those on program were Mrs. Cochran, Mrs. McGraw, Mrs. Hendrix, Miss Keith, Mrs. Coy Boydstun, Mrs. B. Jones, Mrs. Guy Choate, and Mrs. Booker.
Lovely refreshments were served to twenty-three members and five visitors.
Joe Meadows and Miss Kathleen Jones Married
Mr. Joe Meadows and Miss Kathleen Jones were married in a double ring ceremony Tuesday evening, June 1st in the parlor of the Presbyterian Church in Durant with Rev. Frank Taylor, pastor, performing the ceremony. Mr. Max Meadows, of Sherman, brother o f the groom acted as best man. Mrs. Max Meadows was matron of honor.
After the ceremony a reception was held. Mrs. Ray Mayfield, sister of the groom, presided at the punch bowl.
Mr. Meadows son of Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Meadows, Caddo, is in the grocery business in Caddo.
Mrs. Meadows, daughter of Mr. Leonard Jones of Amarillo, Tex. is employed as dietician at Austin College, Sherman.
The couple left immediately for a trip to the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas.