The Caddo Herald
May 14, 1942
Joe Bass was at home last weekend from Norman.
Miss Christine Philpott was a Tulsa visitor Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Guthrie were in Durant Tuesday.
W. T. McIntosh, Jr. was at home from Madill Sunday.
Ray Bilbo was home on last weekend from Grand Prairie.
Kelly Fain of Atoka was a business visitor in Caddo last Wednesday.
B. A. Willis of Denison was a visitor in Caddo last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKinnis visited her mother in Hartshorne Sunday.
H. T. Styron was a business visitor in Caddo Sunday from his home in Konawa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Taylor and son of Denison were visitors in Caddo Sunday.
Mrs. Henry McGahey was up from Durant Sunday visiting her parents, the Wares.
D. O. Nail, Jr. was home the past weekend form Oklahoma City visiting with his family.
Miss Lorene Baxter is home from Fewell Okla. where she taught school the past school years.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Washington, Miss Margaret Sipes, and Miss Sara Luton spent Sunday in Bonham.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cointepas were here from Fort Smith Sunday spending Mother’s Day with her mother, Mrs. H. C. Kuschke.
Miss Tommie Gail Williamson was home last weekend visiting homefolks from her work at Chouteau.
Mrs. Buck Speakman of Florence, Ala. is visiting here this week with her mother, Mrs. Cecil Womble.
Mrs. Baker Archer is in Caddo this week from her home in Yale, Okla. visiting with homefolks and friends.
Miss Dortha Allen left Tuesday for Fort Sill where she is to take a civil service examination as typist.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Crossett and Mrs. Guy G. Crossett and daughters were visitors in Ada the past weekend.
Sheriff Bud Taylor and our county attorney, Bill Steger, were business visitors in Caddo Saturday morning.
Mrs. Homer Geter and son of McAlester, were here for Mother’s Day with her mother, Mrs. Cecil Womble.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill were visiting homefolks and friends in Caddo last weekend from their home in Atoka.
Mrs. James Curry and daughter of Lawton are visitors in Caddo this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C Semple.
Mr. and Mrs. James Motes and sons of Corpus Christi, Tex. were in Caddo Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. Petty and family.
Miss Frances Cornell was in Caddo Thursday evening from her home in Denison to attend the high school commencement exercises.
The Woman’s Music and Literary Club will meet Saturday afternoon, May 16 at 8, at the home of Mrs. Jim Goddard. All members are urged by Mrs. McCalman, the president, to be on hand.
A.H. Hewitt and T-Bone McDonald were visitors in Caddo Saturday form Durant, getting things organized for the USO drive Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Henry of Wilson were in Caddo last weekend, being called here by the serious illness of his mother Mrs. Rebecca Henry.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ray Mayfield and children from Atoka, were visiting here Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Meadows.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hagood and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Meadows and daughter, all of Durant, were in Caddo Sunday to spend Mother’s Day with homefolks and friends.
Rev. R. L. Hunnicutt, Mrs. Fred Washington, Mrs. M. A. Cassidy, and Myra Jean Guthrie attended the district conference of the Methodist churches of the Durant district being held with the Idabel church Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. R. L. Pace returned Sunday from a visit with her sons in Fort Smith, Ark. She was accompanied home by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alton Pace and daughter who will visit relatives and friends here and in Kenefick.
All of the Caddo teachers for the past school year who are not to remain in Caddo for the summer have gone to their respective homes to await the starting of the summer term of school which is scheduled to start sometime near the middle of July.
Bill Semple reported to Kelly Field at San Antonio Monday morning where he will be an aviation cadet in the army. He has just recently returned from Boston where he visited his former buddies in the 45th division and his brother, Capt. Frank B. Semple, and Mrs. Semple.
Mrs. Charles Reagan of Dallas, Texas is in Caddo this week as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williamson, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Freeny and daughter of Oklahoma City were visitors with homefolks and friends in and near Caddo the past weekend. They were accompanied home by Clay Watson who had been a business visitor in the City for a few days.
I will be on vacation for two weeks! See you back here on the 23rd.