The Caddo Herald
April 21, 1939
Miss Crumpton Entertains Sister
Miss Frances Crumpton’s sister, Mildred, from Denison, spent last weekend with her in Caddo. Friday night Miss Frances entertained with a bridge party at the Petty home.
Tulips were the prevailing decoration, with bridal wreath and iris.
Miss Kiersey won high score. A delicious salad course was had.
Guests present were: Mesdames E. O. Henninger, Doyle Campbell, Joe Hill, Horace Power, W. R. Taylor; Misses Marinell Kuschke, Margarette and Zuleika Boland, Alma Brown, Velda Kiersey, and the hostesses.
Circle No. 3 Meets
Circle No. 3 met Monday afternoon with Mrs. W. R. Evans, with 6 present. Mrs. Dake was leader.
Song- Stepping in the Light
John 14 was read.
Prayer by Mrs. Austin
Song- When the Roll is Called
Grace Pierce at piano.
Prayer by Mrs. Evans
Methodist Society Met Tuesday Afternoon
The Methodist Missionary Society met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe McKinnis, with Mrs. L. M. Wood and Mrs. McKinnis as the hostesses.
Subject was: Social Needs of our Community with Mrs. Washington as leader assisted by Mrs. Jack Pate and Mrs. C. A. Hancock.
Refreshments were served.
Caddo Needs Paint
W. L. Guthrie is repainting the front of his store and it looks a lot better. In fact almost every house in town needs painting and cleaning. A jillion gallons of paint are needed to be properly applied in Caddo. Who’ll be next?