The Caddo Herald
November 18, 1927
Of Local Interest
Have some nice fat hens for sale at Mrs. Chas. Bilbo’s. Phone 142
Meadows Grocery is the place to get Thanksgiving good things to eat.
Tred Hill is able to be about since his return from Sherman Hospital.
Good things to eat for Thanksgiving! Just phone 72. Meadows Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Haralson were here from Ada Monday greeting their many old time friends.
All Caddo teachers attended teachers meeting in Durant Friday and Saturday. They report a most pleasant and profitable time.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McGraw, Weldon, and Mildred, R. C. McGraw and Mrs. Clara Anderson spent last Sunday with relatives in Honey Grove.
Community Thanksgiving services will be held Thanksgiving morning 10 to 11 o’clock at the Bassett Theatre. Everybody is cordially invited to come and take part.
A 4-H Club was organized in Caddo High School this week with some thirty members in three departments. This is a real step toward useful education features that will mean much to the prosperity of the country.
H. I. Meadows and Chas. Bilbo went to Sherman yesterday to attend the funeral of A. Rathbun, who died Wednesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Barlow Roberts. Mr. Rathun lived many years in Caddo and has a great many friends in Caddo.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. J. C. Hogan, Mrs. R. H McGraw, Mrs. R. L. Pace, Mrs. C. T. Johnson and Mrs. L. M. Nettelton surprised Mrs. G. A. Crossett and Mrs. W. E. McIntosh with a birthday party at the Crossett home. These guests came bearing gifts and refreshments which all enjoyed.
Last Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock Neal Cooper died at his home in Caddo. The remains were buried in Pleasant Hill cemetery Friday. Mr. Cooper had lived in that community many years, and had moved to Caddo a few months ago for treatment. He was an upright, honorable citizen, respected by all who knew him. He is survived by his wife and four children.