There is a big black blot on the microfilm and I can’t read parts of the first five items.
The Caddo Herald
May 24, 1946
G. A Crossett and ____W. Fowble were in Atoka ___day.
Mrs. T. D. Call, ____Sue Call, and Davey Call _____ in Denison Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. ____, Mrs. J. C. Hogan, Mrs. ____ Crossett were in Durant Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. ______of Atoka spent _______her mother Mrs. V. V. ________.
Col. and Mrs. Fr_____and children of Boston _________in Caddo visiting relatives.
Ray Pace and Alton Pace were in Caddo last weekend from Fort Smith visiting relatives.
Mrs. John Ship and Mrs. Jack Thompson and Miss Tonya spent Saturday in Durant with friends.
Tonya Cornell of Los Angeles, Calif. is spending the week with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson in Caddo.
Lisle Harrison was in Caddo a while Saturday meting the people in regard to his race for Bryan county treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Gibson of McAlester and Mrs. Nita Gibson of Belleflower, Calif. visited Mrs. Bill Hamilton this week.
J. J. Gecks suffered a back injury Monday and was taken to the hospital in Durant for treatment. He is reported doing nicely.
Captain Joe F. Hill arrived on Sunday from Saipan, Okinawa, China, Philippines, and Pacific points where he served during the late war. He is on terminal leave now and plans to attend to the completion of education.
At the meeting of the Woman’s Music and Literary Club Saturday in the home of Mrs. H. F. Bass, Mrs. Clark Bass reviewed a book, “Honeyfogging Time”. Following the review Mrs. Phillip Royal rendered two solo numbers. Mrs. W. F. Dodd and Mrs. Royal were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Wilson introduced the guest artist. Guests of the club were Mrs. Clark Bass, Mrs. J. W. Warrick, and Mrs. W. Garcia of Norman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jordan and two children have returned here from Washington state where he was stationed part time in the U. S. Navy, now discharged. Jordan is looking for a business.
Laundry Work Wanted! At my home near lumber yard. Prices reasonable. Bring work to Mrs. Sadie Braudrick.