Note: The photo shows the current progress on the two buildings being remodeled. Still lots to do, but I thought you would want an update.
The Caddo Herald
December 7, 1945
Civic Club Meets with Mrs. Dickey at Home
Civic and Cemetery Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. P. Dickey; Mrs. Petty, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Pitchlynn, co-hostesses. The home was decorated in keeping with the Christmas spirit with a tree and gifts for all present.
Club Creed read by Mrs. C. A. Hancock. President reported visiting the cemetery eight times.
Thanksgiving collection, $16.00.
Civic treasurer’s report:
Balance Nov. 1 $471.33
Balance December 1 513.33
In savings 257.68
Mrs. H. I. Meadows
Cemetery treasurer’s report:
November 1 balance $27.80
From cemetery treasurer 22.20
Balance December 1 34.01
Mrs. W. L. Guthrie
Main Street Collections $15.50
North side 5.50
Out of town 2.00
Club voted to give $10.00 to Legions Auxiliary to the fund to put a floor covering in the community hall.
Mrs. Phillip Royal was elected to membership. Mrs. Harry Parker was reinstated.
A beautiful Christmas program was given, led by Mrs. Hancock. Numbers were drawn and gifts were exchanged. Lovely refreshments were served to 19 members and one visitor, Mrs. Billy Tharpe.
Woman’s Society of Christian Service
The W. S. C. S. met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Fred Washington, Mrs. Royal assisting as hostess.
Business session was presided over by Mrs. G. A. Crossett, vice president. Rev. Royal in charge of devotional.
Officers for the new year were chosen as follows:
Mrs. G. A. Crossett, president
Mrs. W. E. McIntosh, vice president
Mrs. L. M. Wood, recording secretary
Mrs. L. M. Nettleton, corresponding secretary
Mrs. M. A. Cassidy, conf. treasurer
Mrs. R. L. Pace, local treasurer
Mrs. Joe McKinnis, supt. study
Mrs. A. S. Eggner, chm. Soc. Rel.
Mrs. G. G. Crossett, student work
Mrs. Mary Wilson, child. Work
Mrs. Jim Whittington, literature and publicity
Mrs. C. D. Robinson, supplies
Mrs. Phillip Royal, chairman of young women and girls
The Society decided to meet at night until further notice on account of so many women being at work daytime.
Refreshments were served to fourteen members. Dismissed with prayer.