The Caddo Herald
July 4, 1930
J. T. Green was in town Monday on business.
R. A. Riddels was a Durant visitor Monday.
W. L. Guthrie had business in Dallas last week.
Dr. R. P. Dickey had business Monday in Muskogee.
Miss Bebe Chiles was guest of friends in Durant last week.
Mrs. Tom Gross and Mrs. L. M. Nettleton spend Monday in Sherman.
W. H. Attaway and Mrs. Bradly were here from near Bennington last Saturday.
Miss Mozelle Tanner from Durant was the guest of Miss Mary Goddard last week.
Miss Laverne Thompson was here from McAlester visiting Mrs. Lake Brewer this week.
Tom Odil and son from Oklahoma City, returned home yesterday after a visit of a week with Mr. and Mrs. Odil.
Good fresh milk cow with Jersey bull calf for sale at a bargain. F. K. Freeman, route one, 2 miles south of Caddo.
Mrs. J. N. Nation, Ralph and two daughters left yesterday to spend several weeks with relatives in Louisiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Castleman from Westbrook, Texas, spent last week visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. McCreay.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Robertson were here last Saturday from Oklahoma City visiting their daughter Mrs. Guy G. Crossett.
A fine boy came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Butler at Idabel Monday. Mrs. Butler was formerly Miss Lucille Folsom.
Mrs. Foster Bailey and Miss Barbara Braudrick from Sulpher visited Mrs. J. D. Maytubby Sunday. Mrs. Bailey formerly was Miss Doris Maytubby.
Ferman Phillips was in town a while Monday. He is a candidate for re-election as representative from Atoka County and going to summer normal at Durant.
John A. Phillips was in town a while Monday. He was just back from Oklahoma City where he aided in getting the assessment of the K. O. & G. Railroad.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Alexander from Okemah, were in Caddo a short time Wednesday. Rev. Alexander was pastor of the Methodist church here twenty years ago.
Chas. B. Marshinger was in town a while Monday and met a great many Caddo folks who were right glad to meet him. He received assurance of much support in Caddo.
Paul Walker, who is a candidate for Corporation Commissioner, was in Caddo Monday with Judge Williams. He met quite a number of Caddo citizens in the short stay here.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Swift returned to their home at Inver Grove, Minn. Sunday taking with them Mr. M. D. Swift who has been seriously ill. Mr. Swift will make his home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Quince Boydstun from Muskogee spent last week with his parent near Caddo. Mr. Boydstun is a Caddo boy and is now a candidate for county Judge of Muskogee County with a fine prospect of election.
Roy Riddels has accepted a place as salesman for the Collier O’Neal Chevrolet agency in Atoka and will devote his full time to the work. He will not move his family to Atoka as yet, but will spend weekends at home.
George Hodel was here from Kenefick Wednesday. He reports a visit of his brother last week from Corvall County Texas who came to Oklahoma with a young woman from Iredell to be married. Mr. Hodel reports a yield of 40 bushels of oats to the acre.
Guy G. Crossett left Sunday for Idabel where he takes charge of the McCurtain Democrat as editor and manager. Guy has been with the Herald the past two years and is well equipped for his new place and we take pleasure in commending him to the good people of McCurtain County. Mrs. Crossett will not leave for a few weeks yet.