The Caddo Herald
June 8, 1928
Of Local Interest
Carter McCalman is here from Altus visiting homefolks.
Edwin Hogan was here from Sallisaw Okla. visiting homefolks Sunday.
Mrs. Virgil Slack is visiting relatives in Idabel for a few days.
Carroll Franks was visiting in Durant Friday night.
Wes Thompson was mingling with voters in Durant Saturday.
Mrs. Whittenburg of Durant was a Caddo visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. J. N. Harkley of Matoy was shopping in Caddo yesterday.
Mrs. Buel Braudrick is visiting relatives here from Ada.
Lonnie Rice was mingling with the voters here Monday.
Shearl Shofner was interviewing voters in Armstrong and Durant Monday.
T. A. Dorsey from McKinney, Texas is visiting in Caddo with his son, Tom Dorsey.
Miss Beuna Russell of Durant was the guest of Miss Sewell Barber Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Talmadge Markam and children of Dallas are visiting with relatives in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Archer of Weatherford are visiting with relatives and friends in Caddo.
Roland Wright, with the J. C. Penney Co. at Childress, Texas is visiting in Caddo for a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. McCarroll were here from Ardmore last week visiting Mrs. C. A. Bilbo.
I specialize in permanent waving. Mrs. Pope’s Beauty Parlor, at Bond’s Confectionery, North 3rd Street, Durant, Okla.
J. D. Bayless was here Tuesday in the interest of his race for County Superintendent.
Thomas Ray Coffey left Sunday for Shawnee where he will be employed at the Central Drug Store.
Miss Frances Lyle and mother left Saturdays for a visit with friends in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. J. E. Bass and little daughter Katherine were up from Durant a few hours Tuesday visiting friends.
Mrs. H. F. Bass and children left yesterday for a few days visit in Konawa with Mrs. H. T. Styron and family.
Mrs. M. E. Merritt left yesterday for her home in St. Louis, having spent the winter and spring months here with her daughter Mrs. Tom Goss and family.
Mrs. Harrell Sutton and son Robt. of Monett, Mo. arrived here a few days ago for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Clower and family.
Mrs. Irene Fielding arrived in Caddo a few days ago form her home in Amarillo and will spend several weeks here with her mother, Mrs. I. H. Briggs.
Mrs. Nelson Hall and children of Amarillo arrived in Caddo a few days ago and are now visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. O Harris in the country north of town.
A candidate rally will be held in Caddo by the American Legion next Friday, June 15th. Remember candidates, keep this date open and be here. Further details will be announced in next week’s paper.
Mr. and Mrs. James Boone of Konawa spent Tuesday and Wednesday here enjoying a visit with W. W. Boone and other relatives. They are en route home from a three weeks tour through Texas and Old Mexico.
Wanted- man with car to sell complete line quality Auto Tires and Tubes. Exclusive Territory. Experience not necessary. Salary $300.00 per month. Milestone Rubber company, East Liverpool, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mayfield from Dallas, Texas, were visiting with friends and relatives in Caddo Sunday. Mrs. Mayfield will be better remembered here as Marcie Farrington.
Shearl Shofner , Wes Thompson, and Guy A. Crossett attended a pie supper in Platter Saturday night. Several interesting talks were made by the various candidates for offices in Bryan County.
Mrs. L. M. Wood was visiting in Wapanucka last Saturday and Sunday.
Mesdames Roy Barber, R. M. Sargent, D. O. Nail, Jr., D. O. Nail, Sr., and Mrs. J. L. Sargent were among those who attended the funeral of Mrs. Staton in Bokchito Saturday.
Last Thursday night the Woman’s Missionary Society entertained the Young People’s Missionary Socitiey with a social at the Methodist Church. Several games and contests were enjoyed by the forty persons present. Delicious refreshments of orange ice and cake were served.
Quite a large number of interested ladies were in attendance at the demonstration school held by the Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company the latter part of last week at the Hancock Grocery. Mrs. Roy L. Cochran received the electric stove given away at the school.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P Crudup were in Durant Sunday attending the wedding of Miss Frances Crudup, which was solemnized Sunday morning at 10 o’clock. Miss Crudup was married to Mr. Jack Brooks, who is the present manager of the Duke & Ayers Store in Durant. Their many friends are extending them heartiest congratulations.
Hunter Joe Hogan left Sunday night for Tulsa. From there he will go to New Orleans where on the 8th he will sail for El Centro, Columbia, South America. He will be employed by the Carter Oil Co. It is with much regret that his friends see him go, but they wish him well in his new home.
Next Sunday at the local Baptist Church a Sunday School rally of the Baptist Churches of Bryan county will be held. This will be an all day rally with dinner and supper on the ground, and a cordial invitation is exteneded to all to attend. The evening program will be in charge of the Madill Church, with special music by their choir beginning at 7:45.
Last Friday night at the family home in Bokchito, Mrs. W. L. Staton died. She had fallen from the porch of her home and because of her advanced age could not recuperate from the effects of the fall. She was the mother of Mrs. J. L. Sargent, Mrs. B. J. Wisenhunt, formerly of Caddo, but who now lives in Sand Spring. The funeral was held in the Bokchito cemetery Saturday afternoon and was attended by quite a large crowd. The many friends of the family sympathize with them in their bereavement.
Have your permanent waving done by a graduate in Beauty Culture at Pope’s Beauty Parlor, North 3rd Street, Durant, Okla.
Bring your cream to Beachie Parker’s east of town. Best prices paid. Fair tests made.
Dow McCalman is home from attending Texas A & M the past nine months.
Next Monday and Tuesday at the local theater a benefit show will be given for the fire department. The proceeds derived will be used to buy slickers for the department.