The Caddo Herald
Friday, December 26, 1947
Mrs. Mary Locke visited friends in Caney Friday.
Bob Hogan is home from Stillwater for Christmas.
Miss Ruth Cochran is at home from OBU for Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haley were in Caddo Sunday from Durant.
Bud Hill and family left Tuesday to spend Christmas with his daughter in Amarillo.
Horace Power is home for the holidays form McAlester. He is a teacher in high school there.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whittington are here from California to spend the holidays with homefolks.
Mrs. Luther Wood is visiting her sister in Wapanucka. Mrs. Crossett and Mrs. Hardy went to Wapanucka with her Tuesday.
Mrs. Glenn Simpson is at home from Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Cochran from Oklahoma City are at the Powell’s for Christmas.
Mrs. Pat Hardy, Mrs. Luther M. Wood, Mrs. Grady Freeny and son, Mrs. G. A. Crossett, and Pat and Jan, were in Dallas window shopping Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Smith are here from Florida to spend the holidays with homefolks. He is in the Navy, being transferred to New Orleans.
Oran Jackson is home from his Texas place to visit the Alf Jacksons. He is doing all right out there but yearns for the Caddo places of his youth.
Miss Edith Craighead is home from Dewey to spend Christmas with her father and mother Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Craighead. She is in charge of music in school.
Mrs. R. L. Pace left Friday for (can’t read) to attend the wedding of her granddaughter Miss Betty Dale Pace. She is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pace, formerly of Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. Maury Lochridge and Carolyn went to Honey grove Sunday, where a gathering of the Lochridge clan was had. Their mother was past 81 years of age but hale and hearty. More than a hundred folks attended and all enjoyed the day very much.
Ernest Pitchlyn is in Caddo a few days for Christmas. He has been to Korea with the Army. He says he is always glad to get back to Caddo where his friends are.
Monday afternoon, anticipating the celebrated event a couple of days, Mrs. Maury Lochridge gave a party to her daughter Carolyn, to which 17 happy youngsters responded. It was the sixth anniversary of Carolyn’s birth and numbers of appropriate gifts were brought by the guests. Delicious, delightful, appropriate refreshments were served.
Alf Jacksons Celebrate Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jackson celebrated their fiftieth anniversary of their marriage Sunday at their home in Caddo. All seven children were present: Kyle and Shirley Freeman, Lubbock; Oran, Vera, and Luke Jackson, Seagrave, Texas; Vernon and Bonnie Bonham, also Seagrave; Bill, Myra, and Johnny Gray, Seagrave; Alma and Geneva Rhodes, Kenefick; Lonnie Jackson and family; Thad Jackson and family, Maytubby; Richared and Ruby Hill and family, Caddo; Mrs. and Mrs. B.H. Dean and son, Mrs. Bessie Gossett, Caddo; Mrs. Emma Jackson, from Caney; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ridgway, Voca; Mr. and Mrs. Orval White and family, Patricia, Tex.
A total of 48 folks were there to have a good time and to wish the couple many returns.