The Caddo Herald
April 3, 1931
R. E. Crossett was here from Soper last weekend.
G. A. Crossett was here last weekend from Tishomingo visiting homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Huffman of Ada have concluded a short visit here with relatives.
Mesdames I. C. McCoy and Rob Roller of Durant were visiting friends here last weekend.
C. B. Carter and C. B. Carter, Jr. of Colbert were here last Sunday visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dowd were visiting friends in Norman and Oklahoma City last weekend.
Max Meadows is now making his home here after having worked in Seminole the past year.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snell and little son were here from High, Texas visiting homefolks last Sunday.
O. R. Smith, Hugh Huddleston, Weldon McGraw and Barney Wood were in Durant Saturday serving as jurymen.
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Freeny are in Oklahoma City this week where Mrs. Freeny will undergo medical treatment.
J. F. Christian, Jr. and Kay White of Hot Springs, Arkansas have been visiting relatives and friends here the past week.
Ed L. Spears and S. H. Nelson, with the State Board of Agriculture at Oklahoma City, were business visitors in Caddo last Saturday afternoon.
M. B. and Willie Taylor were called to Pilot Point, Texas last Friday to attend the funeral of Bud Taylor, a cousin of the former. Deceased was a former resident of Caddo and Mr. Taylor’s friends here extend him sympathy at this time.
Misses Bebe Chiles and Hannah Johnson are home from C. I. A. at Denison, Texas. They are here for their Easter vacation. They were accompanied home by Miss Grace Wamel of Bastrop, Texas and she will be their guest here during their vacation.
Word has been received here of the marriage of Earl Overstreet which occurred on March 20th in Las Vegas, Nevada. Earl is a Caddo raised boy and is well remembered here. Earl is now district auditor for a large oil company and is now stationed at Salt Lake City.