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The Caddo Herald
October 21, 1938
A.E. McCreary, who are doing a bit of fruit tree selling, report a number of orders, both for shrubbery and fruits. It’s a good sing when people take an interest in the looks of the homes and yards. Ought to be more such things planted.
Gins not running much now. Cotton about all out. Be about 2,000 bales ginned here.
W. E. McIntosh is repairing his home with a new porch and other improvements. It looks like he is going to paint. Jim Carlton is doing the work.
A little shower fell Tuesday morning early. Not enough to settle the dust or change the heat much. This water shortage is getting serious as the water holes have dried.
Mrs. Guy G. Crossett and two daughters Daisella and Janet left Saturday for Welch, Oklahoma to make their home. Guy G. Crossett is northeastern representative of the Star Engraving Co.
Mrs. Valentine Craig was a Durant visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Chas. E. Baxter was in Durant Saturday.
Mrs. James Adair, who will be remembered as Miss Mabel Jones, is home from California on an extended visit with her parents and friends.
Miss Georgine Sipes, who is attending O. C. W. at Chickasha, spent last weekend with homefolks here.
Misses Annette Powell, Nan Sherwood Eggner, and Jake Edwards were home from Murray College last weekend.
Many people from Caddo attended the football game at Tishomingo Friday night. The school ran three buses so one may have an idea of how many went from here.
Clarence Hardy of McKinney was in Caddo last weekend.
Friends of Roland Harris are sorry that he is confined to his home for a few days.
Acclimated Fruit Trees, Shrubbery, Vines-A. E. McCreary would like to show you.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCalman and Mrs. G. A. Crossett were at the democratic meeting in Durant Saturday.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett, Buck Freeny, and Granville Baxter went to Soper Sunday to the funeral of Dan Oakes who was found dead in his shop Tuesday of heart failure.
Mrs. Frankie Izzard is visiting in Tyler, Texas.
Gus Pool was here a short while Monday in connection with business of the Gus Pool funeral Home.
Roy Downing had business in Vinita Wednesday.
Woman’s Club Meets with Mrs. Craighead
Caddo Woman’s Club met on Saturday afternoon with Mrs. L. N. Craighead at her home.
Mrs. Walters was in charge of the session. Mrs. Wilson as program leader was aided by Mrs. Ross Faudree; subject of What’s New in Radio.
Ten guests enjoyed refreshments and program.
Roy Downing and Ben Herrod are cutting weeds with the town tractor and mower. No lost children yet found.
Miss Fannie Lyle is remodeling the Lyle home place. Be nicer and more convenient. Mr. Harve Phelps is doing the job.
W. J. Dowd had the porch and brickwork repairs where Grady Sargent lives.