The Caddo Herald
January 11, 1918
Bill Kuschke arrived home Sunday from a three week’s visit with relatives and friends in Waco, Temple, and Belton, the latter being his old home place.
Sergeant Thompson is in Caddo this week from Camp Travis, Texas. He has been in training for quite a while and reports the boys are getting on fine.
Don’t forget to bring something for the Farmer’s Red Cross market Saturday week. Let’s make it a big day in Caddo. Bring anything you want and a market will be found for it.
Misses Jennie Manning and Edyth Moore, after spending the Christmas vacation with friends and relatives in Caddo returned Sunday to their respective schools at Chickasha and Norman.
Mrs. Lake Brewer, Mrs. Tinney Brewer, and Mrs. D. O. Nail accompanied Paschall Binion to VanAlstyne Wednesday to spend several days. Mrs. Tinney Brewer will probably spend the remainder of the winter with relatives there.
Mrs. B. S. Smiser has been in the hospital in Sherman since Friday where she underwent an operation which was successful and she is now getting along very nicely. Rev. Smiser returned home yesterday and made the report.
Friday The royal presents “Her Good Name” a master picture in connection with the regular vaudeville now showing there. Saturday a five reeler entitled “Miss Deception” also high-class vaudeville. Admission 10c and 25c. Shows of Merit at The Royal.
T. M. McCoy of Wynnewood died Monday afternoon after a lingering illness. D. and Isaac McCoy attended the funeral which was held Tuesday. Interment in the Wynnewood cemetery. Uncle Bud, as he was familiarly known, formerly lived in Caddo and had many friends here who will regret to learn of his death. R. A. Beaty and family have received a letter from their son, Freeman, from somewhere in France. He left the United States just before Christmas and his regiment, consequently, has arrived safely at a French port. Freeman is a brother of our County Treasurer and is in the artillery. He is a fine upstanding young man and will give a good account of himself anywhere.