The Caddo Herald
Friday, July 19, 1940
Comments on the Nomination (of Franklin D. Roosevelt)
W. E. McIntosh- “Best I ever saw.”
W. W. Boone- “For it 100 per cent.”
John L. Boland- “Suits me.”
G. A. Crossett- “Can’t be beaten by Wilkie.”
Cunningham is Chosen Band and Music Teacher
The Caddo Board of Education this week elected John D. Cunningham to be teacher of 7th and 8th grade and music and band in high school. Mr. Cunningham is a young man, has a wife, two children, son of a former Methodist pastor at Madill, has taught two years in Oklahoma county. He comes well recommended as a teacher and citizen.
A bunch of 27 cars filled to the brim with boosters for the Atoka rodeo came through our town yesterday. They seemed rather enthusiastic about it.
Mrs. W. L. Jordan was called to Poteau Sunday by the death of an uncle.
A fine boy arrived last Friday to make his home with Rev. and Mrs. Howard Davis, at the Methodist parsonage.
Miss Bess Parrish and Miss Boyd from Dallas visited with Mrs. Walter Faulkner Sunday.
LeRoy Downing was taken to Durant Wednesday for a tonsil operation by Dr. C. F. Moore. He came home yesterday doing nicely it is said.
Mrs. Bruce Pace and young son arrived last Thursday for a visit with Mrs. R. L. Pace.