The Caddo Herald
December 25, 1936
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Ward had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ballard and daughter and Mrs. S. E. Owen, all of Paris, Texas.
Mrs. Ed Walters had as her guest Tuesday, Mrs. McMorris, a teacher in the Indian school at Lawton and Mrs. Frank Lewis of Durant.
Mrs. Mary Turnbull and children of Norman arrived Wednesday to spend the Christmas holidays with John L. Boland and family.
Card of Thanks
We desire to extend to you our many friends our heartfelt thanks and appreciation of your many kind deeds, prayers, and words of sympathy in our bereavement at the death of our wife, daughter, and sister, Claudean (Joines) Warrick, also for the beautiful floral offerings. We shall ever hold the highest regards for you in our memory.
Our prayers shall be that richest blessing shall be upon each of you. J. C. Warrick, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Joines and family
City Teachers Hold Quarterly Meeting
The members of the school faculty and board members held their quarterly meeting Monday night at the high school auditorium. Miss Guthrie, Miss Brown, Mr. Dyer and Mr. Steinbock were hosts for the night and furnished the program.
Following the program a big Christmas tree was stripped of its gifts, all of which caused no little merriment. Pie and coffee was served. Mrs. H. B. Fuston of Bokchito was the guest speaker.
Junia Craghead and Lebrun Sawyer Wed Friday Night
Junia Craghead, daughter of Mrs. Leslie Craghead of this city, was married to Lebrun Sawyer, son of Mrs. N. B. Sawyer, also of this city, Friday night at the home of Ref. F. B. Rickerson in Durant.
The bride wore a gray suit, white accessories and white flowers. The maid of honor, Miss April Green, wore a navy suit with red accessories and red flowers. Cecil Flowers was best man.
Mrs. Sawyer is at present a student at Southeastern Teacher’s College, Durant. She finished high school here last year, having been very active in social circles throughout her high school career.
Mr. Sawyer finished high school here in 1935 and has since been attending S. T. C. The couple will be at home here.
Mrs. Lebrun Sawyer is Honored with Shower
Honoring Mrs. Leburn Sawyer, a bride of last Friday, Mrs. H. F. Bass, Mrs. H. W. Sargent, Mrs. Frankie Izzard, Miss April Green, and Miss Frances Bass entertained Monday night with a shower at the Methodist Annex.
The bride was summoned to the Annex by friends and as she arrived she was greeted by “Here Comes the Bride”. Games of various kinds were played during the evening. Helpful hints for a bride were written by each guest and then read by Mrs. Sawyer.
Following the games Mrs. Sawyer was asked to open the many gifts placed before her on the table. Delicious refreshments were served to the thirty guests present.
Mary Hill Receives Bicycle in Letter Writing Contest
Mary Allen Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hill of this city, has been awarded a bicycle for first place in an LTO letter writing contest. LTO is the trademark of a school supply company which gave a bicycle to the child in Oklahoma writing the best letter about their school supplies.
Mary will receive her bicycle through the Notion Shop here through whom the contest was held.