The Caddo Herald
October 29, 1948
Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Meadows were here from Madill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer were Fort Worth visitors last week.
Mrs. T. B. Killingsworth spent Wednesday with friends in Sherman.
Mrs. John Shuck of Dallas was here last weekend visiting her son and parents.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett is in Wagoner attending a district meeting of Women’s clubs.
Mrs. Clovis Calhoun and Mrs. John Mills spent Thursday afternoon in Denison.
Dave Horn of Borger was the guest of his brother Joe Horn in Caddo this week.
Miss Mary McIntosh, who is a teacher in McAlester schools, was at home last weekend.
Mrs. H. C. Kuschke is at home from a several weeks visit with her daughter in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Cochran of Oklahoma City spent last weekend here with homefolks.
Miss Ruth Cochran, who is one of McAlester’s teaches, was home Sunday to see her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Wright of Vernon, Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Craighead this week.
Mrs. M. E. Stoneman has gone to her home in Denison after a week’s visit with J. M. Stoneman and family.
John Mills had the misfortune to get one of his fingers cut off while working at the Brown and Witherspoon gin.
Mr. and Mrs. Delton Bennett, Jr. of Topeka, Kansas, were guests of Mr. and Mr. H. F. Bass Wednesday in Caddo.
Mrs. Bernice Studebaker, who is teaching school near McAlester, is spending the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gecks.
Mrs. B. Alexander was taken to a hospital in Sherman Tuesday were she underwent an operation. At last reports she was doing nicely. B. is with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watson of Atoka, Mrs. Myrtle Downing of McAlester, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell McCreary, Wirt, were guests of Mrs. M. G. Downing Sunday.
Mrs. Mollie Nance of Oklahoma City was in Caddo Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Payne of Wapanucka. This was Mrs. Nance’s first visit to Caddo in 40 years. Several of her old friends were very glad to see her.Mrs. John Mills entertained at her home Friday afternoon with a doubles pink and blue shower honoring Mrs. Willene Hampton and Mrs. Jack Dowell. Games of interest were played after which both honorees were presented a large basket of gifts. Twenty-five guests enjoyed refreshments.