The Caddo Herald
April 9, 1937
James Boone of Atoka transacted business here Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison were Durant visitors Sunday.
Bill Owens visited relatives and friends in Madill Thursday.
Mrs. C. D. Dale and son, Jack, were visiting friends here last Friday.
Walter Davis of Bokchito was transacting business here Tuesday.
Mrs. J. W. Overstreet visited her son and family in Durant last weekend.
Mrs. R. L. Pate and Mrs. Rom Sargent visited relatives and friends in Caney Friday.
L. M. Wood was in Tishomingo Thursday to attend a meeting of county committeemen.
Joe McKinnis was in Oklahoma City Tuesday and Wednesday where he transacted business.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer were in McKinney, Texas Friday to attend the funeral of an aunt.
Miss Wilma Choate of Wapanucka, and Miss Helen Choate of Durant, visited their parents here last weekend.
Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Cassidy are in Waurika where Rev. Cassidy is holding a meeting at the Methodist Church.
Mrs. J. A. Wood, Mrs. John Petty, Mrs. John Hogan, and Mrs. Frankie Izard visited friends in Durant Thursdays.
Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Hunter had as their guest last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Schweighardt and sons of Allen, Oklahoma.
Clifton Blanks has returned to his home in McAlester after a brief visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Blanks of this city.
Miss Lucretia Haggard, Miss Alma Brown, Miss Cecil Jones, and Miss Evelyn Taylor were in Durant Wednesday night to attend the show.
Mrs. Roy T. Downing has returned from Shawnee where she attended the conference meeting the Methodist Missionary society last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Adair have returned to their home here after a brief visit in Roberta where they attended a family reunion of Mrs. Adair’s family.
John L. Boland was in Durant last Monday where he attended the celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the Lions club of that city of which he was a charter member.
Friends will be glad to learn that B. Jacobs, who suffered three heart attacks in the past week, is improved. However, Mr. Jacobs will be unable to return to work for some time yet.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Crossett and daughter, Daisiella, and Mrs. G. A. Crossett, and daughter, Nina Fay, were in Oklahoma City the past weekend where they visited with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hancock had as their guests last weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Faudree of Atoka, Mrs. Harold Parker and children of Shawnee, and Misses Phyllis and Phyllis Ann Hancock of Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Goggin of Muskogee arrived Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Goggin’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Callman. Mr. Goggin returned home Sunday, but Mrs. Goggin will remain here for a longer visit.
Misses Alma Brown and Lucretia Haggard were hostesses to the bridge club Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. G. A. Crossett. Three rounds of contract were played, Miss Haggard having the high score for the night. A delicious ice course was served.