The Caddo Herald
April 12, 1940
Mrs. M. G. Downing, Mrs. J. M. Goddard and Mrs. F. Izard were hostesses Wednesday afternoon to a party given Mrs. Clower upon moving into the neighborhood. Each guest contributed a flower or shrub for the yard and during the time, planted it. An enjoyable time was had by all who attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Pinson were here from Durant Wednesday night last.
Mrs. Carter McCalman spent last Thursday in Durant.
Mrs. Edw. Walters and Mrs. Nannie Folsom were I Durant Monday.
Ben R. Cook was here Friday from Atoka on business.
Don’t look now, but Jimmy Steed makes a real hero. See “The Waif”, April 23.
That was some rain we got Friday and Saturday: about 5 inches altogether. Tanks and creeks now have plenty of water in them and hauling water has about ceased. A good season is in the ground and just as soon as the ground warms cotton planting will start.
Have 3 rooms to rent unfurnished or partly furnished at a reasonable price. See Mrs. Delphine Ellis.
Good cottonseed for sale. Mrs. Barney Wood, rt. 3.
Henry Bass sell groceries.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Conners spent Sunday in Sherman.
If you have not been going to the Caddo Theatre you have been missing some good shows and all for a dime.
Word comes from Talihina that Mrs. C. D. Robinson is doing nicely in the hospital, but that she is likely to be there for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer went to VanAlstyne Saturday to attend the funeral of his cousin who died Friday.
Mrs. H. S. Shackelford, of Wynnewood is spending this week with her sister in Caddo, Mrs. L. M. Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Baxter were in Durant Tuesday.
Mrs. Roy Downing and Miss Mary Meadows were in Durant Tuesday on business.
Don’t fail to wee Horace Power as the over-indulging Irish Bishop in “The Waif”.
We want to hire a man or woman well acquainted in this community for spare time work as our confidential reporter. Cash paid for each report. Additional earnings and permanent full time employment possible. Address letter of application to Commercial Credit Acceptance Co. 6411 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California.
A fine nine-pound girl is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Maddux since Saturday afternoon. Mother and child doing nicely.