The Caddo Herald
September 24, 1926
O. R. Smith was a business visitor to Atoka last Friday.
W. J. Jones has returned from a business trip to Texas.
Miss Nell Wakefield is visiting her mother in Carthage, MO.
C. L. Rogers of Caney was a business visitor to Caddo Saturday.
Ruel Braudrick of Ada spent a few hours in Caddo Sunday with homefolks.
C. O. Markham returned last Friday from a business trip to Memphis, Tex.
Miss Luda Mae Ware and Miss Sibyl Braudrick were Durant visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siegel of Durant were in Caddo last Friday visiting old friends.
Mrs. W. N. Green and children were among the visitors to the fair in Durant Friday.
Mrs. Clay Anderson of Mead spent Saturday her with her mother Mrs. P. L. Rogers.
T. L. Braudrick of Ada visited his brothers’, H. W. and A. P. Braudrick here last week.
Claude Glasscock, N. Damie, and Morris Beck attended the county fair in Durant last week.
Dr. and Mrs. I. C. McCoy and son and Mrs. C. A. Bilbo visited the fair in Durant Friday night.
Mrs. J. L. Sargent visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slaton last weekend in Bokchito.
Miss Vera St. John returned to Durant Tuesday to reenter O. P. C. after a visit here with relatives. (Oklahoma Presbyterian College)
I have time for several expression pupils. Terms: $4 for 8 lessons. Mrs. O. E. Van Meter, phone 56 or 13.
At the home of Mrs. O. R. Smith last Friday night a party to young people gave a goodbye party to Miss Dot Smith who left Saturday for Denton, Texas where she entered the C. I. A. (College of Industrial Arts)
Charles Cobb, graduate of C. H. S. last term, is now a student in the University of Oklahoma at Norman.
Miss Ruth Bloom left last Sunday for Atoka where she will begin her duties as a teacher in Atoka High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snell and little son of Hugh, Texas, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan.
Dow McCalman, a 1926 graduate of C. H. S. recently entered the Texas A & M College at College Station.
Roy Thompson, professor in Southeastern Teachers’ College at Durant, spoke at the Baptist Tabernacle Sunday night.
J. C. Davison, Jr., a 1926 graduate of Caddo High School, enrolled at the Southeastern Teachers’ College in Durant Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Wood of Coleman, spent the weekend in Caddo with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood.
Rev. C. T. Davis went to Oklahoma City Monday to attend a meeting of the Board of Education of the Methodist Church of which he is a member.
Mrs. T. J. Coffey and son Thomas Ray and Mrs. J. C. Davison, motored Friday to Greenville, Texas where Thomas Ray entered Burleson College.
Miss Algene Chiles, graduate of C. H. S. and O. U. and a teacher in Randolph Macon College in Virginia, sends word home that she is enjoying her work.
Mrs. M. Manning and son, Forbes Manning, went to Oklahoma City last Saturday to attend the funeral of the former’s daughter, Mrs. Fox, who was once a citizen of Caddo.
The many friends of Mrs. Lydia Park sympathize with her in the sudden death of her little son last Sunday. She was visiting Mrs. Berdie Hill and the child took sick. The doctor was summoned and in a short while the little fellow died. The remains were taken to Crowder for burial.
Dr. and Mrs. Ellis Smith of Belleville, New Jersey, arrived in Caddo last week to visit the former’s parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith. Dr. Smith is a former Caddo boy and a C. H. S. Graduate. His host of friends here are glad to see him and his wife and to learn of his success as a doctor and surgeon. He is located with the Essex Company Hospital.
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