The Caddo Herald
July 4, 1930
Last Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock in the reception room of the First Methodist church in Durant, Rev. C. A. German said the words that united in marriage Mr. Hunter Jo Hogan and Miss Dorothy Evelyn Smith, in the presence of close relatives and a few intimate friends.
After the ceremony the glad young couple left on No. 5 for a short honeymoon in Galveston after which they will return for a few days visit with friends in Caddo. In August they will leave for Columbia, South America where they will make their home.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hogan, was born and raised in Caddo, is a graduate of Caddo High School and is now employed with the Standard Oil Co. and is a very fine young man. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. And Mrs. O. R. Smith, who likewise was born and raised in Caddo, graduated at Caddo High and C.I.A. at Denton and was a teacher in Caddo schools last year. She is lovely and very excellent young woman. The hosts of friends of the young couple will wish them every joy and happiness in life.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles announce the marriage of their daughter Algene to Mr. Theodore Hull Metzler, Thursday, June 26th at Paris, France.
Miss Chiles was born and raised in Caddo, attended school and graduated in Caddo, attended S. M. U., later taught in Caddo, thence to Randolph Macon College in Virginia. For the last year she has been studying and teaching in Paris where she met the groom, an American in charge of Frigidaire Sales in France.
Miss Algene is a lovely and accomplished young woman and has many friends wherever she has been. The groom is not known in Caddo, though he has a reputation as a fine young business man.
The many friends of Miss Chiles will wish her the best things.