The Caddo Herald
October 1, 1948
Mrs. W. L. Guthrie spent last weekend in Durant.
D. O. Nail was in Caddo from Oklahoma City Sunday.
Claud Nail was in Caddo from Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pate were in Caddo Sunday from McAlester.
Mrs. Bernice Studebaker has returned from Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Birdie Hill has returned from a visit with relatives in Sherman.
Mrs. Haskell Taylor and son, James, of Durant, spent Friday with Mrs. Alice Bradley.
Mrs. Russell Fox and Miss Martha Sue have returned from a visit in Mountain View.
Mrs. Fred Washington is spending a few days in Tulsa visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jones Sharp.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauer of Denton, spent Sunday in Caddo, guests of Mrs. Birdie Hill.
Mrs. Jay Cunningham has returned home after a visit with her mother Mrs. Roy Ellis.
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Williams at Ardmore Tuesday saw President Truman and the big crowd.
Had a nice cool, dry week. No rain, plenty of dust, good time to pick cotton. Warmer today.
Miss Maurine Craighead has returned from a six weeks visit in Los Angeles with her sister.
Mrs. Homer Freeny and grandson, John Shuck, visited Mrs. Ida Shuck in Dallas Wednesday.
Homer Freeny attended the meeting of county officials Monday and Tuesday in the city.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett and Mrs. C. D. Robinson were in McAlester Wednesday on club business.
Mrs. Cecil Womble and grandson, Larry and LeRoy Womble, spent the weekend with relatives in McAlester.
Mrs. Wm. Barnes and Mrs. Neil Nail were in Ada last week to attend the funeral of a brother of Mrs. Barnes.
Melvin Jenkins from Waco is here at the bedside of his brother, Wm. Jenkins, who is in a seriously ill condition.
Sargents Improve Café
Mrs. Nettie Sargent has added a number of new things into the Home Café, making it modern in every respect, new steel tables, and chairs, a new top on drink counters, and generally cleaned and brightened. Mrs. Sargent says her customers are entitled to the best and she is giving it to them.
Legion Auxiliary to Hold Call Meeting
A called meeting of the Legion Auxiliary of Caddo will be held in my home Monday evening at 7:30 o’clock. Would like as many members as possible to attend. We take up the membership drive and it is important. Mrs. John Poynor, Pres.
Grass Fires Dangerous
The fire boys made two runs this week to put out grass fires. One was at Mrs. Pace’s but no damage done. Another at Gladdy Glazier’s with little damage. Things are so dry now it will pay to be careful about fires.
Civic Club Meets Next Wednesday at Austin’s
The civic Club will meet next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Sam Austin instead of at the community hall as announced at last meeting. Members will please keep this change of place in mind. By the Hostesses
The Book club met at Mrs. G. A. Crossett’s home Tuesday afternoon to honor Mrs. C. D. Robinson on her birthday. After several games of rook, Mrs. Robinson was presented several nice remembrances. Refreshments were served to Mrs. M. A. Cassidy, Mrs. R. L. Pace, Mrs. Vivia N. Locke, Mrs. L. M. Wood, Mrs. D. O. Nail, Mrs. Lake Brewer, Mrs. M. G. Downing, Mrs. Mary Locke, Mrs. G. A. Crossett, and Mrs. C. D. Robinson.