The Caddo Herald
February 18, 1938
Lewis T. Martin wants to be the next County Judge
We are authorized this week to announce the name of Lewis T. Martin as a candidate for County Judge of Bryan County subject to the action of the democratic primary, July 12th.
Mr. Martin has served the past four years as assistant to B. W. Carter in the county attorney’s office and feels that he is entitled to a promotion to be the next judge.
Mr. Martin is well known to the citizens of Caddo and is only letting his wishes be known at this time and will have a full and complete statement to make at a later time.
The Boy Scouts will meet Tuesday night. All Scouts are urged to be present.
The Herald is late this week caused by a leaky building and we do not care to take chance with our machines and equipment.
Card of Thanks
With sincere thanks and very grateful appreciation for you kindness during the illness and death of my wife and our mother. C. C. Gordon and children
Mrs. and Mrs. Dee Gibson, of Kiowa, were the guests of Mrs. Neta Gibson last weekend.
Intermediate G. A.s
The Intermediate G. A.s met at the home of Mrs. Warner Adair last Monday with 14 members present. Gertrude Sims was leader of the program. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess.
Baptist W. M. U.
Circle 4 met at Mrs. Carlton’s Feb. 15th with 4 members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Cochran.
Mrs. Ruel Choate gave the scripture reading from I Tim. 4:1-8 and Matt. 5:12.
Minutes were read and approved.
Mrs. Cochran taught the II chapter of Personal Service Guide.
Mrs. Carlton was selected as the leader for our next meeting to be held Feb. 22 at the home of Mrs. Ruel Choate.