Thanks to these old newspapers I learn something new nearly every week! Today I had to find out more about the Flyin' Frolic and why it would interest Mr. and Mrs. Siegel. And I assume that may have also been the reason for Mr. and Mrs. Bass to go to Dallas.
"Flyin' Frolic" : Tailspin Cabaret at Love Field], Photograph, n.d.; digital images, (http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66632/ : accessed October 20, 2012), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, http://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Municipal Archives , Dallas, Texas.
The Caddo Herald
November 15, 1918
Mrs. Ed. F. Brown was in Atoka Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bass were Dallas visitors Monday.
For all kinds of sewing call on Carnet Smiser. Phone 07.
Tom ___son and Frank White were here from Durant Tuesday.
Wm. Malone was in Durant Friday looking after United War Work.
P. W. Boxley and A. E. Ray were business visitors to Durant Tuesday.
Read announcement of the big Fur Exhibit and Sale on page 1.
Have 29 young work mules for sale; worth the money. Cash or credit. P. H. Boxley.
Miss Nina Johnson is teaching the Wade school this year. Her parents live west of town.
U. S. Markham is teaching Pleasant Hill school, going to and from his work each day from Caddo.
Wanted- Cord wood cutters and mine prop makers. See Milton Lee or Carl Wilson, Caney, Okla.
Lost- In Caddo Saturday, one white kid glove for left hand. Finder please inform Mrs. A. F. Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siegel are spending the week in Dallas among friends and seeing the Flyin’ Frolic.
W. H. Yates and family were in Caddo this week. Mr. Yates still retains property interests at Matoy.
Have 75 acres of rolling black land for sale at $40 per acre, close to town and very desirable. J. H. McCalman.
Notice- D. Head & Son, Durant, Okla. will pay the highest cash price for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd issue of Liberty Bonds.
Come to the Durant Mercantile Sale next Friday and Saturday.
Rev. L. M. Daily went to Atoka Sunday to hold services. He is appointed pastor to that church for the coming year.
Don’t neglect your eyes, you only have the one pair and if you need glasses you need the ones which you can always get at W. F. Dodd’s.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Cavender from New Mexico are visiting the family of R. L. Pace. Mrs. Cavender was formerly Miss Eva Pace, daughter of A. C. Pace, and spent her girlhood in Caddo.
Ideal Coats, from $15 to $35 for immediate delivery. Ten per cent off on all Tailored to Measured Garments. Have on hand one coat and one dress to sell at cost. Mrs. Ed. F. Brown.
A young man is making his home with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doxsee since Monday. Boy and mother reported doing well. Father had so much joy for one day: besting the Germans and owning a son.