I started these earlier, but they were very difficult to read. I had to make a better copy.
The Caddo Herald
April 13, 1928
Of Local Interest
I.Schaffer had business Monday in Durant.
Henry Bass had business in Seminole this week.
Jake Cummins was here from Matoy Wednesday.
Dr. E. D. Dales, from Seminole was here a while last Saturday.
Miss Nettie Harmon was in Caddo Monday evening from Durant.
Mrs. L. M. Nettleton attended the W. M. S. meeting at Tulsa this week.
Misses Virginia and Madge Richey were home from Sherman Sunday.
Miss Beuna Russell was the guest of Miss Sewell Barber Monday night.
Hunter Joe Hogan from Seminole spent Sunday here with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barber and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sargent visited friends in Caney Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Boone have been here from Konawa this week visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. Carl Johnson attended Grand Chapter O E S at Guthrie this week representing Caddo Chapter.
“Laddie” at the Bassett Monday and Tuesday night was a good show, fairly well attended and enjoyed.
Mrs. Anton Schwelkhardt and young son from Allen, visited her sister Mrs. ___ Hunter in Caddo this week.
W. W. Baxter is putting in a meat market in the Royall Theater room. He will have an announcement to make next week.
His many friends in Caddo extend sympathy to Judge V. B. Hayes of Durant, whose father died at Groesbeck, Texas Monday.
County Attorney A. M. McReynolds was here Wednesday meeting the folks of Caddo. He made a good impression on those he met.
We noticed there were more wagons and buggies in town Monday than usual. Folks are not burning as much gasoline as usual.
The Easter Egg Hunt given by the Lions Club Sunday afternoon was much enjoyed by the large number of little folks who participated.
Monday evening the Hi-League and a few guests enjoyed a party at the home of Mrs. I. C. McCoy. All had a good time playing indoor games.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Neely were up from Durant a while last Friday. Mr. Neely is a candidate for court clerk of this county and has many friends.
The Herald has ordered some elegant invitations for the seniors of Caddo High School. These will be as stylish and as nice as those of any school in the state.
Mrs. C. A. Woodward died in Durant Wednesday. Friends deeply sympathize with the family in their mourning. Mr. Woodward has considerable property interests west of town and is quite well known to Caddo folks.
The Young People’s Missionary Society met Monday evening with Mrs. O. R. Smith and spent a profitable hour. Misses Jayne McGraw, Sewell Barber, and Doris Maytubby served delicious fruit salad and cake.
Bill Sands was the winner of the bedroom suite given away by I. Schaffer Monday afternoon. A large number of people were down town for the event. To get the names of them all would be like publishing a directory of all the people of the township.
A heavy frost came Monday night. It was fatal to the unprotected tender plants. It doth not yet appear to what extent potatoes are damaged. Perhaps very little. With bright sunshine and gentle southern breezes things will now come out and spring will be here in fact as well as name.
J. S. Turner was in town from Post Oak last Saturday. He is a candidate for representative in Atoka County. While here he met many democrats of that county who assured him of hearty support. Mr. Turner is a man whose integrity is unquestioned and whose sympathy is with those who toil.
S. L. Shofner and G. A Crossett attended the Township Sunday School Convention at Matoy Sunday afternoon. There was a large crowd present and dinner was served at noon. J. T. Hale was reelected president and Mrs. A. P. Tidwell was chosen secretary-treasurer for the year. There is a fine interest in Sunday School affairs at Matoy and splendid community spirit.