The Caddo Herald
May 11, 1923
Get it at Dodd’s.
O. R. Smith was in Bentley Thursday.
Quality buns every day at the Bakery.
Bud Maytubby of Voca was here Friday.
Quality cakes and pies every day at the Bakery.
W. F. Semple was in Caddo Thursday from Durant.
Buford Whitt is at home form Stillwater visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Fox visited Mrs. Hailey at Kenefick Sunday.
Mrs. W. R. Crossett left Sunday to visit her daughter at Konawa.
New car of Pride of Perry flour just in at Moran, Meadows & Hogan.
Sulky plow for sale. See Mason Grewell.
Mrs. H. W. Thompson and family spent last weekend in Celeste, Texas.
Mrs. M. E. Merrett, from St. Louis, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tom Gross.
Prof. and Mrs. Geo Frasier of Calera were the guests of friends here Sunday.
Prof. Paul Duval, Supt. of C. H. S., was transacting business in Durant yesterday.
Mrs. Slaton was here Friday from Bokchito, visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. I. Sargent.
J. D. Maytubbby and family and Miss Francis Schwartz were Kenefick visitors Sunday.
E. Walters left Sunday to spend some time with Mrs. Walters at San Antonio, Texas.
Mrs. Buck Freeny, and twins, and Mrs. Homer Freeny, from Freeny, were visiting in town Friday.
J. T. Green and I. O. Cryell were here from Atoka Tuesday attending the Odd Fellow ceremonies.
Mothers’ Day, Sunday, May 13. Let us say it with flowers for you. Phone 989, Durant Flower Shop.
Mrs. Ross Bonner and children, Mrs. Buel Braudrick and Sibyl Braudrick, went to Durant Wednesday.
J. A. Wood, from Coleman, and Milton Lee, from Caney, were attending the Odd Fellow Picnic here Tuesday.
Some good old alfalfa hay for sale at 60c per bale. New alfalfa hay 50c per bale, either at Caney. Milton Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Bun McGee have a new boy in their home since last Thursday. Mother and child are doing splendidly.
We wire your orders for flowers anywhere in the United States. Phone 989, Durant Flower Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood left Sunday to visit Coleman, Wapanucka, and Ada. Both business and pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper were up from Durant Sunday vesting Mr. Coopers, sister, Mrs. Mattie Lynch.
A fine young man arrived Saturday to make his home with Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Smith, just east of town. Mother and baby are doing splendidly.
We are in the hauling business. No job too small or too large for our close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
W. W. Wright was here form Banty yesterday. He reports beans and cotton killed. Says farmers were best up with their work he ever has known.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harmon and daughter, Miss Mattie, Miss Valentine Moon, and Miss Pauline Shelby, went to McAlester Saturday and visited relatives.
The senior class of the high school went on another hike Thursday. They went to Blue and after spending several hours, returned, reporting a pleasant trip.
Don’t forget the best friend you ever had, your mother. Let us send her a card or flowers for Mothers’ Day, May 13. Phone 989, Durant Flower Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles, Miss Leverett, Miss Onilla Ewing, Harry Pace, Wendell Braudrick, Prof. and Mrs. Duval, went to Devil’s Den Sunday afternoon.
Miss Phyllis Hancock was at home Friday and until Sunday evening with her parents. Miss Hancock is employed in the governor’s office at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. G. B. Moran and doughtier, Alga, Mrs. Tom Gross and little daughter of this city, and Mrs. M. E. Merritt of St. Louis, were the guests of friends near Matoy Saturday.
Last Friday afternoon Mrs. Grover C. Braudrick and Mrs. J. L. Sargent were hostesses to the Civic Club at the home of Mrs. Braudrick. A business session was had and refreshments served.
Ira L. Smith was here Monday. He had just returned from a meeting of the Oklahoma Cotton Grower’s Association at Madill.
Sweet potato plants. Thousands of Puerto Rican and Nancy hall potato plants for sale: $1.25 for 500; $2.00 for 1,000. Caney, Oklahoma, N. T. Nixon
Mrs. Chester Remington of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, was the guest of Mrs. I. C. McCoy and Mrs. G. C. Braudrick this week. Mrs. Remington will be remembered here as Miss Mamie Wells.
The Nazarene meeting these last two weeks has been attracting large attendance. It will continue until next Tuesday night anyway.-Rev. Hanselman informs us. Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
At the home of Mrs. Ed. F. Brown just south of town last Friday night the Junior Music Club enjoyed a pleasant evening with Mrs. Brown as hostess, assisted by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. St. Clair Homer. All had a delightful time.
Mrs. Mary Ashmore of Anna, Texas came in Friday to take charge of the local telephone while Miss Vera Rogers is in the hospital in Sherman. Mrs. Ashmore was formerly employed by this company and her friends here were very glad to see her.
Last Thursday morning was Class Day for the eighth grade. They rendered a splendid program in the high school auditorium Caddo should be proud of the progress this class has made. If they maintain the “working spirit” that they now possess they will one day be a fine class of Seniors.
Friday morning at 8 o’clock Mrs. John Hogan, assisted by Mrs. R. L Pace and Mrs. C. D. Dale, entertained the Senior class of C. H. S. with an eight o’clock breakfast. Rev. Slack, Miss Moore, Miss Naylor, Miss Leverett, and Miss Ewing were guests. It was an occasion that all enjoyed.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson, three miles east of town, Thursday evening the eighth grade enjoyed a delightful party. The home was decorated with the class colors: green and gold and interesting games and contests were participated in. Ice cream and cake in the class colors were served.
Friday afternoon the Stringtown High School baseball team came down and played Caddo High. They were defeated 17 to 0. Prof. Jerry Alderson of Stringtown was the first man to the bat and the first ball thrown fouled his bat, striking him in the face and breaking his nose. This was a very unpleasant mishap. Mr. Alderson was a teacher in C. H. S. last term and has many friends here.