The Caddo Herald
February 11, 1927
Mrs. R. M. Wise was in Durant Saturday.
Mrs. J. H. McCalman visited in Durant Saturday.
Mrs. Harve McGraw was a visitor to Durant Monday.
H. I. Meadows transacted business in Sherman Friday.
Miss Mary Lee Hogan visited friends in Durant Saturday.
George Cobb of Nida was a business visitor here Saturday.
Carl Johnson and H. F. Bass were in Dallas last week on business.
C. P. Crudup accompanied the basketball teams to Durant Saturday.
Ralph Chiles and W. L. Duncan had business in Wilburton last weekend.
Dr. Roy L. Cochran attended Masonic Grand Lodge at Muskogee this week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Van Meter went with the basketball teams to Durant Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hogan are the fond parents of a fine boy who arrived last Friday.
Mrs. W. E. McIntosh and Mrs. J. W. Overstreet visited relatives in Durant last Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Gray were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. Y. Switzer in Durant Friday.
Mrs. Bill Sands and little son visited the family of J. W. Crutchfield in Durant last Thursday.
News comes from Durant that a fine boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Overstreet last Friday.
Prof. O. E. Van Meter went to Oklahoma City Wednesday to attend the State Teachers’ Meeting.
Miss Grace Gray, a teacher in the schools of Honey Grove, Texas, visited her brother Rev. W. J. Gray, pastor of the Methodist Church last weekend.
Rev. W. Y. Switzer was up from Durant on church business. He announced that district conference will be held at Coalgate this year instead of at Tishomingo as at first planned.
Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Hunter and little son of Allen, Okla. spent Sunday and Monday here with relatives. Mr. Hunter formerly owned the Royal Theatre and now owns a theatre in Allen.