The Caddo Herald
February 12, 1926
Rev. C. J. Ralston of Caney was in Caddo Monday.
W. W. Boone spent Sunday in Denison with his parents.
Green Thompson was up form Durant Monday on business.
Miss Audrey Moffatt spent the weekend with homefolks near Atoka.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy of Durant was the guest of relatives here Sunday.
Misses Ernestine Carroll and Allegra Byers were Durant visitors Tuesday.
R. H. and J. R. Harris attended the foremen’s meeting at Durant Feb. 4.
Ernest McCreary, teacher at Liberty, spent the weekend here with relatives.
H. T. Styron is in St. Louis buying merchandise for the Boone & Styron store.
Miss Ruth Bloom, teacher in Atoka school, spent the weekend her with friends.
Guy G. Crossett was home from Ada over last weekend, visiting his parents and friends.
No school Thursday and Friday on account of teachers meeting at Oklahoma City.
Miss Mary Lee Styron is visiting her sister, Miss Helen Styron, at the University of Oklahoma.
Mr. H. A. Robbins of Blackwell, Okla. visited his daughter, Mrs. H. T. Wiles, here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison, H. T. Chiles, and W. L. Guthrie were Sherman visitors Wednesday.
A fine young lady is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McIntosh since Monday morning.
St. Clair Homer, superintendent o f Bennington schools, was here Wednesday on his way to Oklahoma City.
Clyde McCreary, teacher in the school at Banty, spent the weekend in Caddo with friends and homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Schaffer and small daughter left Sunday for St. Louis to buy merchandise and visit relatives.
A fine young man arrived Tuesday night to make his home with Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Wiles. His name is John Calvin.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens, and Mrs. Baker Archer visited relatives in Tyler, Texas last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter McCalman have moved to the farm. They live in the first house north of J. H. McCalman’s home place.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brown and Mrs. Tom Hester, of Caney, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sargent in Caddo last Sunday.
Mrs. Roy Barber and little daughters, Rachel and Royce, motored to Ada last Saturday and visited relatives till Monday evening.
Mrs. Ed Kelly and children of Denison, and Mrs. Wesley Dalton of Denver, Colo. visited Mrs. R. H. Harris and Mrs. B. R. Rex.
Mr. W. P. Booker and Mrs. F. L. Booker attended the funeral of W. C. McCulley, an uncle of Mr. F. L. Booker in Dallas last week.
Elder and Mrs. W. Y. Switzer and little daughter of Durant visited the Methodist Church here Sunday night. The elder preached to a large crowd.
Misses Margaret Peak of Greenville, Texas and Sadie Connor of Waco, Texas, were weekend guests of Misses Allegra Byers and Ernestine Carroll.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rogers and daughters, Miss Lottie Rogers and Mrs. Claude Honsinger, went to Waxahachie, Texas, Sunday to visit relatives.
J. Walter Mills was here from Durant Wednesday shaking hand with friends. He is contemplating being a candidate to succeed himself as county clerk.
A. P. Braudrick, J. L. Sargent, Ross Bonner, Jack Roach, and E. L. Gunter went to the Narrows, northeast of Antlers Monday and returned Tuesday. While there they caught a few fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Trout and little son and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Trout of Shreveport, La. and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Trout of Denison are here to attend the bedside of Mrs. Cobb Trout, who is seriously ill.
The Football Sweaters for the Caddo Team have arrived and soon you will see the fifteen members bedecked in their gold and black sweaters. Stripes on the arm indicate the number of years on the team.
Miss Blanche McCarty, teacher in Bokchito school, spent the weekend here with Mrs. T. G. Westmoreland. She, with Vernon Westmoreland and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Westmoreland, motored to Stringtown and Atoka Sunday.
Mrs. Bill Owens, Misses Edith Moore, Ernestine Carroll, and Agnes Maytubby of the High School, Prof. and Mrs. S. L. Shofner, Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Wilson, and Misses Wood, Boydstun, and Sargent of the Grammar School are attending the Teachers Meeting in Oklahoma City.