The Caddo Herald
August 24, 1928
Of Local Interest
Ray Pace was visiting friends in Ada Monday.
Lake Brewer was transacting business in Durant yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Overstreet of Durant are here visiting friends.
Mrs. Roy Barber and daughter, Miss Sewell, were Durant visitors Saturday.
Miss Mildred Guthrie has returned from a visit with relatives in Kenefick.
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Parsons are spending their vacation in Kansas City.
Miss Sarah Ellen Beck has returned from a week’s visit with friends near Nix.
Miss Doris Maytubby arrived home Sunday from a pleasant visit in Sulphur.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freeny and daughters are visiting homefolks in Caddo.
Mrs. Grey Mumpowder of Stringtown was the weekend guest of Mrs. Roy Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Overstreet were here from Durant Sunday visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Crossett attended a group meeting of editors at Hugo last Friday.
Miss Mary Beth Moore has returned from a pleasant visit with relatives in Bonham, Texas.
L. C. McGee came in Tuesday from Quanah, Texas for a visit with homefolks in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. Tred Hill and Mrs. Hill’s father, T. A. Boydstun, spent Sunday in Sulphur.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pace and daughter, from Ada, are visiting homefolks in Caddo this week.
Mrs. Snell and little son of Hi, Texas are here visiting with her mother’s family, Mrs. John Hogan.
Mrs. C. H. Kuschke, has gone to Shawnee for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Braudrick and family.
Supt. and Mrs. O. E. VanMeter spent the week in Kansas City. School is announced to begin September 3rd.
Rev. W. D. Thompson returned Monday from holding a revival meeting at Bokchito. He reports much interest.
Miss Clyde Blanks arrived home Sunday from a pleasant two week’s visit with her sister in Oklahoma City.
For Sale- One 2-burner oil stove. Could be used on camping, fishing trip, etc. Priced at $3.50. See H. I. Meadows.
Mrs. M. A. Linch and two daughters returned Wednesday from a month’s visit with relatives in Big Stone Gap, Virginia.
Mrs. Buddy Jones, son Max, and Miss Pauline Jones spent a part of last week visiting realities in Dallas, Sherman, and Ferris, Texas.
Miss Dot Smith, Miss Mae Ware, and Mrs. Buel Braudrick, little son and daughter, motored to Durant Monday and visited with friends.
Mrs. D. M. Wilson arrived home a few days ago from her old home in Missouri where she attended the bedside of her aged mother.
Miss Ida Freeny and brother “Bun” came in Saturday from Oklahoma City to enjoy a few days visit with their mother, Mrs. R. C. Freeny.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Markham and two daughters left yesterday for Alvord, Texas, where they will visit relatives and old friends for a few days.
Mrs. E. O. Shaw, sons Hayes Allen and Edward, spent Tuesday visiting former friends in Caddo. Mr. Shaw is superintendent of schools in Henryetta.
Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Markham and two sons are here from their home in Dallas to enjoy a visit with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Markham.
Mrs. John Hogan and son Edwin left a few days ago for Hot Springs, Ark. where they will spend several days for the benefit of the former’s health.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shoffner and children left Saturday for Galveston where they will enjoy a two weeks’ vacation. They are making the trip overland.
Mrs. Cecil Womble and daughter, Miss Helen, arrived here Monday from Marietta. Mrs. Womble has assumed charge of the local telephone office and will be assisted by her daughter.
Mrs. Thomas Clinton and daughter, Hazel Clinton from Buhl, Idaho, and Mrs. A. E. Walter and Mrs. Charles Stough and Miss Adelaide Bell of St. Louis Mo. are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Nettleton for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood, Mrs. Frankie Izzard and Mrs. Guy G. Crossett left Thursday for Oklahoma City. Mr. Wood and Mrs. Izzard being called to the death of an uncle, they will return Sunday.