The Caddo Herald
September 10, 1948
Peeping Toms Abroad
There is a peeping Tom who is close to death’s door. The prowler has been seen several nights in various neighborhoods. He has narrowly escaped being shot on two occasions that we heard of. His luck may not hold out.
Woman is man’s best labor-saving invention.
Allen Girl Drowns
Sunday afternoon near Caney Gene Allen, 12 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Allen was drowned in Davis creek. Full details could not be had, though it seems there was a family picnic there at the time.
Two sows for sale. Mrs. L. M. Wood
Good Farm for Sale
200 acres adjoins Caddo and 40 acres touches 69 highway. Half in cultivation, pasture. City water, fair house and barns and fences. Will sell this worth the money. Not in hands of any real estate agent. This property would make two nice farms, close to school and a good market for crops. G. A. Crossett, at The Herald office.
The W. M. U. met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elliott with Mrs. Guy Choate leading the program, assisted by Mrs. R. L. Cochran and Mrs. J. B. Kirk. Hostess, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Campbell, served delicious refreshments.
James Hokett’s Remains to be Buried at Kenefick
The body of James Hokett will arrive from overseas where he lost his life in the war; will arrive in Durant today and will be buried from Kenefick Monday at 2:00.
For sale: 70 nice lots in MKT addition to Caddo. All fenced for pasture. See Red Rasberry.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker Archer of Wagoner, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Archer and son David of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cox and daughter Linda of Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Booker of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of Oklahoma City, and Mr. and Mrs. Otha Ratcliff of Dallas, all spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Finley Booker in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris and family had as guests Sunday Mrs. C. M. Rogers, R. L. Rogers, Mrs. W. T. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hood and little daughter Marga Faye from Banty, Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Rogers and son Stan from Garland, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rogers of Denton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Borg and Miss Mary Sue Harris of Tulsa. The occasion was the 83rd birthday of Grandma Rogers.
Communities can get a great deal more done by helping than by howling.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Propps were in Dallas Sunday with friends.
Mrs. J. O. Brentlinger was an Oklahoma City visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Warner Odell is undergoing treatment in a Sherman hospital.
Steve Parks of Durant was a visitor in the Robinson home on Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meadows of Sherman spent Sunday in Caddo with relations.
Mrs. Zora Dake returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives in Little Rock, Ark.
Mrs. T. D. Call and Mrs. John Joyner were Durant visitors Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Huddleston, Harold Hugh, and Joe Dan were in Kiowa Sunday.
Miss Juanita Williamson came home Monday from a visit with friends in Dallas.
Miss Ruth Cochran who teaches in McAlester schools was at home last weekend.
Mrs. W. F. Dodd has returned from a week’s visit with her son Clarence in Lindsey.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Cochran of Oklahoma City spent the weekend in Caddo with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hardy and young son have returned home in Dallas to resume school.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Moran visited Mrs. Roy Moran in Sherman Tuesday. Mrs. Roy Moran is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lindsey of Phoenix, Ariz. are visiting his mother and homefolks this week.
Mrs. Clarence Mattox, who lives in California, is visiting her brother John Mills and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hutchens attended the Fair in Colbert Wednesday reporting some very nice exhibits of produce.
Miss Jean Cochran of Dallas spent the weekend in Caddo with her parents Dr. and Mrs. Roy L. Cochran.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett and Mrs. R. L. Cochran attended a Woman’s Club meeting in Antlers Wednesday, reporting a fine meeting.
Mrs. Virginia Williamson left Saturday for her home in Kansas City accompanied by her two children. Tom Cobb and Harriet Ann, who had spent the summer with their grandparents the T. C. Williamsons.