The Caddo Herald
October 4, 1944
Mr. and Mrs. George Jones were Durant visitors Saturday.
H. G. Huffman was here from Ada on business this week.
Mrs. J. C. Carlton was at home last weekend from Konawa.
Miss Irene Kennedy is here from Shreveport visiting relatives.
Dr. R. P. Dickey and G. A. Crossett were in Atoka last Friday.
Tangee compact set Caddo Variety.
Mrs. N. B. Folsom visited her daughter and family in Idabel last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hardy and Mrs. Bert Hardy saw a show in Durant Thursday night.
Lindsey Martin from Oklahoma City spent last weekend with his mother in Caddo.
Mr. and Mr. H. F. Bass were in Camp Grotter Sunday to see their son Lieu. Joe Bass.
Mrs. M. B. Taylor is home from a visit with her sister in Calera and son in Denison.
Mrs. H. P. Taylor and sons from McAlester are visiting W. H. Attaway east of town.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jones were in Tishomingo Wednesday attending a Baptist meeting.
Ladies and Gents Bill Folds Caddo Variety.
Mrs. B. Hill, Mrs. L. B. Propps, and Mrs. Pitchlynn were home last weekend from McAlester.
Motor Bike to sell.
CADDO VARIETY STORE
Services each second and fourth Sunday night at 8:30. You are cordially invited. W. F. Pruitt, Pastor
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adair are at home spending their vacation. He is doing war work in Houston.
Mrs. Russell Fox is in a hospital in Sherman suffering from an infected tooth and is better now.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Steed and son from Tishomingo spent Sunday in Caddo with her mother Mrs. T. I. McGraw.
Mrs. and Mrs. J. H. McCalman, Mrs. R. P. Dickey, and Mrs. Lake Brewer attended singing in Durant Friday night.
Lost: A pair of blue slack trousers, labeled Hubbard’s Quality. If found please leave at the Service Cleaning Shop.
Miss Jennie Locke arrived Monday from Fort Sill to visit her mother and brother. She is at home from overseas.
Mrs. Frances W---man and children have moved to Durant for the winter.
Mrs. Henry Bass was in Durant yesterday.
Window Shades at Caddo Variety.
Mrs. Homer Freeny’s friends will be glad to know she is doing well after an operation in a hospital in Sherman Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williamson were home from Savanna Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Kirk were in Durant Saturday.
Qhoyohoma Club will hold a benefit party at the Community hall October 19, at 8pm All kinds of games. Tickets 25c.
Mrs. August Rohde of Ft. Worth brought Grandmother Rohde home Saturday after she has spent several weeks with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Hill from the Camp Pickett, Va. visited Price Hill and friend this week. They were on their way to Dallas.
Good pre-war saddle for sale. I am in town every Saturday, or can see me at my home 3 miles east of Caddo. J. J. Walla
Lard Cans 5 and 10 gal. Caddo Variety
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Baxter came over from Graham Monday to get their children who spent a week visiting their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baxter.
Mary McIntosh, Myra Jean Guthrie, Agnes Baxter, Sara Sue Call, Julia Bell Powell, Royce, and Lola Choate, who attend Southeastern spent last weekend at home.
Lost: A man’s 17-jewel yellow gold round wrist watch with half a band on it. Reward $5. Return to Rev. Roy McBride, pastor, Pentecostal Holiness Church, Caddo.
John L. Boland and T. C. Call had business in St. Louis this week. Of course the World Series would not be an attraction, but it may have helped while away the time they had on their hands.
Cpl. R. B. Haddock has completed course of training for Flexible ---ner, and has been awarded a certificate from the Las Vegas army air field. He has been there from Aug. 14 to Sept.
Lots of Iron Cords