The Caddo Herald
January 21, 1927
W. M. Society
The Woman’s Missionary Society met Tuesday, Jan. 18th. At the club house with Mrs. J. P. Rogers and Mrs. Claud Honsinger as hostesses.
The president, Mrs. Crossett, called the house to order for a short business session, after which we had our devotional exercises.
Mrs. C. A. Hancock, as leader for the afternoon, gave the prayer that Rev. Naylor gave at Guthrie during the first constitutional convention, at which time he was made chaplin.
Mrs. Hogan gave an interesting paper.
Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Wilson gave the missionary bulletin.
Rev. Gray gave a nice talk on the lesson.
The treasurer reported a nice sum realized from the Saturday market.
The hostesses served delicious refreshments to the 24 members present.
Parker Store Robbed
The filing station store of Beecher Parker was entered by thieves Wednesday night and robbed of some $150 worth of groceries, flour, meal, syrup, and lard.
Mr. Parker thinks the robbers got away in a car. They loaded the stuff out of the front door.
The sheriff’s force is on the job. Finger prints were taken, and every effort is being used to run down the thieves.