Found the articles about the completion and dedication of the community building.
The Caddo Herald
October 4, 1940
NYA Building Now Completed- May be Used for Draftees
The NYA community house in Caddo is now practically a completed structure after one year and six months time.
It is a splendid structure of Stringtown rock, shingle roof. Has a meeting hall, 40 x 60 feet, large kitchen, toilets, storage space, cabinets, nice entry, is well ventilated, screen windows, gas heat, etc.
The building is capable of being used for gatherings of every nature, lunches, banquets, town women’s meetings, clubs of all sorts, and will be useful for the work connected with the national draft.
Built strictly with labor of NYA, supervised by T. C. Williamson, this structure is a useful and creditable building for any community.
There is a bit more work to do in furnishing the house, but in time the stove, utensils, and such will be supplied by those folks who find the house to be very useful.
Owned by the town of Caddo, most actively promoted by the Lions Club, aided by the Legion, lodges, and the women’s clubs, this house stands as a monument to the tireless work of these bodies. It is owned by the town and will be controlled by them through proper supervision.
October 18, 1940
NYA Building is to be Dedicated Friday Night
Formal opening of Caddo’s new community building will be formally dedicated Friday night with a program sponsored by the American Legion.
A banquet will be served at 50c per plate. State Representative Ebenenzer Hotchkin, principal speaker, will give an address on the “American Way”.
The handsome stone building was built by the town of Caddo with NYA labor.
The building cost $12,000. T. C. Williamson supervised its construction. Stone came out of the Stringtown hills. Has modern conveniences, hardwood floors, gas heat, electricity, has stoves and cabinets.
Bruce Carter, state director of NYA, Will Rogers, district commander of American Legion, Congressman Cartwright, Senator Posey, and others are expected to be present.