The Caddo Herald
January 30, 1931
Of Local Interest
Miss Mary Lee Hogan was visiting in Atoka Saturday.
Mrs. Ruth Fields has returned from a visit to Chetopa, Kansas.
Mrs. Cecil Womble has returned from a visit with friends in Atoka.
John Hogan and James Hogan were visitors in Paris, Texas last Sunday.
Max Meadows was here from Seminole last weekend visiting homefolks.
Mrs. J. L. Sargent and Mrs. Gladys Carlton were Durant visitors last Monday.
Mrs. Lake Brewer and Mrs. Nannie Folsom were Durant visitors last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Franks were visiting relatives and friends in Bokchito last Sunday.
Miss Permelia Rice who teaches at Clarksville, Texas, spent last weekend with homefolks.
Miss Bebe Chiles was here last weekend visiting homefolks and friends from Denton Texas where she is in school.
Boone & Styron are rebuilding the front of their store with brick under the show windows and a new awning.
For Sale- Fine modern residence in good condition on edge of Caddo, 10 acres of land. Worth $10,000 but will sell for less than one-third. Easy terms. Write for photos. Box 501. Fort Atkinson, Iowa.
Miss Ruby Nichols and Mrs. Claude Nichols were here from Bokchito last Saturday shopping with local merchants.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison and Mrs. H. T. Chiles were in Denison Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Charles T. McGregor.
Haskell Taylor and Albert Smith left Sunday to resume their work in Amarillo, Texas after a short visit here with homefolks.
Mrs. H. C. Robertson has returned to her home in Oklahoma City after a pleasant visit here with her daughter, Mrs. Guy G. Crossett.
Rufus Ballew, a former Caddoite, but now a resident of Shreveport, La. was here a few hours last Saturday visiting former friends and acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Harris were here from Pilot Point, Texas last Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sessions, who live west of town.
A fine young lady came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Crossett last Saturday morning to make her home. Both baby and mother are doing nicely.
Saturday evening the B.Y.P.U. surprised Rev. Gurley with a birthday party. A large crowd was present of the occasion.
C. L. Cooper died Monday at Durant after a short illness and was buried in Durant Cemetery. He was 56 years of age, and formerly lived in Caddo. He was a brother of Mrs. W. R. Evans who attended the funeral Tuesday.
Rev. Gurley and several members of his congregation went to the church at Rock Springs Sunday afternoon where a short sermon and program was given, accompanied by an illustrated chart lecture given by Mrs. Gurley.
Word has been received here of the death of an old-time former resident of Caddo, Mrs. Charles T. McGregor, which occurred Monday at the family home in Denison. The funeral was held Tuesday with a large cortege of friends present to pay their last respects to the deceased.
The funeral of Mrs. A. E. Folsom, 78, was held in Caddo, Thursday afternoon with a large number of friends in attendance. Deceased was a former resident of Caddo, but at the time of her death was living in Shawnee. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. W. F. Clower of this city.