This is the first time I’ve noticed an editor listed for this column.
The Caddo Herald
October 9, 1931
Locals and Personals, edited by Nadine Guthrie
Miss Maribob Wilson was a Durant visitor last Saturday.
Miss Jennie Faudree was in Caddo Saturday with friends.
Oscar Henninger was in Durant Saturday on business.
Arthur Campbell and Guy G. Crossett were in Durant Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. David were guests of friends in Tishomingo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Smith spent last Sunday with relatives in Milburn.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wood were visitors in McAlester last Sunday.
Jimmie Harris of Paris spent the weekend with his wife and baby boy.
J. B. Boone of Konawa is visiting his son, W. W. Boone, here for a few days.
Mrs. Downs and daughter, Billie Dean, were visitors in Durant Saturday.
Mrs. Preston Snell and son Gene spent the weekend with J. C. Hogan and family.
Miss Maggie Lee Bass of Durant was the weekend guest of relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rogers and children visited relatives and friends in Caddo Sunday.
Mrs. T. J. Craighead and daughters and Miss Ava Jo Wright were Durant visitors Saturday.
Miss Maribeth Moore, teacher in Wright City schools, spent the weekend with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Sessions of Oklahoma City spent Sunday with his father and mother.
Mrs. Vivia Locke and Miss Bunnie Locke were the guests of friends in Caddo last Sunday.
Misses Hazel Meadows, Lois McIntosh and Nadine Guthrie were in Durant Saturday nite.
Miss Wilma Choate, who teacher in Wapanucka, spent Sunday with homefolks in Caddo.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. E. G. Baxter east of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Watkins of Atoka were visiting Miss Nettie Gresham here last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Shearl Shofner and family were here from Durant Sunday visiting with friends.
Miss Mary Lois Goddard spent the past weekend in Durant as the guest of Miss Mozelle Tanner.
Misses Elisabeth Linch and Madeline Pabworth were here form Atoka Sunday visiting with friends.
Miss Beth Moore, who is teaching in the schools at Wright City, was a visitor here the past weekend.
Mon Franks and Henry Hutchens of McAlester were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Franks.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Crossett and Miss Inez Hogan saw the night football game in Durant last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bevens were in Kingston Friday to witness the Kingston-Caddo football game.
Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Linch and Margie Ann were here from Atoka Sunday visiting with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rogers and children of Denison were visiting with relatives and friends here Sunday.
Miss Nella Bilbo and Mrs. Lita Green were here from Sulphur last Monday visiting Miss Bilbo’s parents Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Bilbo.
Mrs. J. A. Amyett has returned to her home in Austin, Texas after visiting several days here attending to business matters and visiting with friends.
Clifton Wood, J. C. Davison, Charles Semple, and Ura Nickles, who are attending Murray school at Tishomingo, were visiting homefolks here the past weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Edwards and son, Billy, and Mrs. W. T. Smith, have come back from Tucson, Ariz. Where they attended the funeral of Claude Smith, who died last week.
Rev. Lardner Moore preached to a large congregation at the Presbyterian Church Sunday night. He was formerly pastor in Caddo and is now on a year’s leave as a Missionary to Japan.
Mrs. C. A. Bilbo, Mrs. J. H. Franks, and Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Meadows, Mary Meadows, Mildred Guthrie, Marinell Kuschke, and Max and Hardin Meadows were in Caney Sunday night to hear Rev. Moore, who delivered a very interesting lecture at the Presbyterian Church there.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards and Billy Edwards and Mrs. W. T. Smith have arrived home after having attended the funeral of Claude Smith who died at his home n Tucson, Arizona. Mrs. Smith has returned to make her future home in Caddo and her many friends here are more than glad to welcome her on her return here.
Mrs. J. L. Sargent and Mrs. Laura Winfrey entertained with three tables of bridge Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Sargent. A salad course was served.