The Caddo Herald
December 7, 1928
H. I. Meadows was a business visitor to Dallas last week.
Horace Cobb was visiting in Hartshorne last weekend.
Mrs. Della Mumpower of Stringtown was in Caddo Friday.
Prof. and Mrs. O. E. VanMeter spent Thanksgiving in Ada.
Miss Mabel Alice Grewell spent her Thanksgiving in Ada.
Mr. and Mrs L. M. Wood visited relatives in Coleman Sunday.
Carroll Franks came in to spend his Thanksgiving with homefolks.
Mrs. Ira Washington was here from Kenefick Wednesday shopping.
Miss Johnnie Riddels of Oklahoma City visited her father this week.
Mrs. Jack Owens of Denison was the weekend guest of Mrs. Bill Owens.
Mesdames J. C. Davison and L. M. Wood were Durant visitors Friday.
For sale, trade, or rent, 50 acres of land. L. M. Wood
Miss Mae Ware, teaching at Atoka, spent last weekend with homefolks.
Roy Barber was in Dallas the first of the week consulting an eye specialist.
Misses Madge and Virginia were visiting homefolks in Caddo last weekend.
Misses Lillian and Virginia McGraw and Lottie Rogers went to Durant last Friday.
Mrs. Ruby McVeigh and little son of McAlester were visiting in Caddo last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Long and daughter were visiting relatives in Caddo last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Long and daughter were visiting relatives in Bokchito last weekend.
Mrs. W. W. Measles and daughter Miss Iva Lee of Sulphur, spent Thanksgiving in Caddo.
Been nice hog killing weather, and The Herald family has been under the influence of meat this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Heath and children of Duncan, have been visiting her father and family near Caddo.
Mrs. and Mrs. S. L. Shofner and children and Mrs. T. J. Craghead spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carraway and children of Mineola, Texas, were visiting relatives in Caddo last Thanksgiving.
Miss Estelle Boland of St. Louis spent Thanksgiving in Caddo, the guest of her brother, John L. Boland and family.
Dr. Dale spent a part of last week taking his daughter and grandfather to Midland, Texas, where Harry Pace is making his home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Russell and little daughter have returned to their home in Tulsa after spending the holidays in Caddo with homefolks.
John L. Boland entertained the members of the Lions Club Tuesday evening. The hours passed swiftly with music and games. Delicious refreshments were served to the sixteen guests present.