The Caddo Herald
August 9, 1922
Morris Overstreet was up from Durant Sunday.
Mrs. A. M. Smith was a McAlester visitor Monday.
Miss Katie Odea visited friends in Durant Monday.
Mrs. A. M. Goin was in town last Friday shopping.
W. H. Attaway was here from Bennington Saturday.
C. A. Bilbo was a business visitor to Durant Wednesday.
Miss Willie Mae Trout visited friends in Denison last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Carraway went to Sherman Wednesday.
Mrs. Roy Lievsay and son from Alex are visiting her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Markham are visiting relatives in Texas.
Prof. Geo. H. Frasier was here form Calera a while last Friday.
W. W. and Granville Baxter were Durant visitors Wednesday.
R. H. Carraway and son Robert were Durant visitors Wednesday.
Miss Juanita Rogers has gone to Platter to take charge of her school.
Peter Bloom and Miss Ruth Bloom left Sunday to visit relatives in Chicago.
Mrs. Tom Hester and Mrs. Mary Brown were here from Caney last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Braudrick are here from Tulsa this week visiting homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rogers, from near Durant, were Caddo visitors Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otho Green were here from Atoka Tuesday on their way to spend their vacation in Texas.
Mr. Payne Hogan left Thursday for Oklahoma City where he will undergo medical treatment in the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Shearl Shofner and Mrs. J. N. Shofner left Tuesday to spend two weeks with relatives at Lufkin, Texas.
Miss Marion Naylor arrived home Saturday from attending the normal at Edmond. She is one of our teachers here next year.
A little rain fell yesterday and cooled the atmosphere. Not enough to help corn nor cotton. But it was a relief from the oppressive heat.
All the Caddo boys who took the two weeks training at Fort Sill returned home last Friday. They all say they had a good time, no sickness, little work, and much play.
The editor by carelessly getting out of an auto last Friday allowed the rear wheel to run over his left foot. The accident was painful, but was not dangerous. He has been getting about on crutches several days.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith last Friday night Miss Maudie Pierson and Miss Frederica Jones entertained, honoring the return of the home-guard boys who had been in Ft. Sill the past 17 days. All present reported a splendid time.