The Caddo Herald
July 27, 1928
J. D. Maytubby was visiting in Sulphur last Sunday.
Clovis Wood visited relatives in Caddo last weekend.
Miss Genevonne Merritt of St. Louis is visiting relatives in Caddo.
J. C. Davison Jr. and Jack Hancock were Denison visitors Sunday.
Mrs. E. G. Baxter and C. E. Baxter were visiting in Hugo last week.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Schaffer and children were Durant visitors last Sunday.
Miss Mary Lee Hogan left Monday for a few days visit with friends in Silo.
Mrs. M. E. Bryant of Durant, is visiting relatives in Caddo for a few days.
Miss Mary Boyd Colbert of Kenefick is the guest of Misses Mildred and Hilda Guthrie.
Miss Bonnie Dee Jackman of Milton, Texas is the guest of friends here for a few days.
John Dokupil left last Thursday for a visit with his brother in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Ruel Taylor was a visitor to Caddo Monday, interviewing the voters in his race for Sheriff.
Misses Mary Nell Kuschke and Georgia Boydstun were visiting in Kenefick Monday evening.
Miss Lottie Rogers arrived home Friday from a week’s visit with friends in Paris, Texas.
Homer Wilheim is visiting friends in Caddo for a few weeks from his home in Hortshorn (sic), Okla.
Miss Gladys Webber has returned to her home in Dallas after a pleasant visit here with friends.
Miss Francis Wood has returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Tulsa and Seminole, Okla.
E. P. Goad was a Caddo visitor last Tuesday in the interest of his race for County Treasurer.
C. W. Banta was here Monday from Liberty. He says crops look mighty good in his bailiwick.
Mrs. Annie Hauer and daughter, Miss Mable, returned home Saturday from a week’s visit to Durant.
Several carloads of persons soliciting votes for Milt McPherson for Sheriff were in Caddo Wednesday.
Mrs. and Mrs. Lee Witt are here from Tulsa visiting the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Drake, and friends.