The Caddo Herald
March 21, 1930
W. R. Evans visited his son in Fort Worth this week.
Mrs. M. E. Fryer was in Caddo from Caney Thursday.
All teachers in Caddo schools attended Teacher’s meeting in Durant.
W. H. Yeats and J. D. Nickels were in town Wednesday from Matoy.
J. E. Payne attended the funeral of J. H. Linebaugh in Atoka Tuesday.
Mrs. R. B. Evans and Mrs. Guy G. Crossett were in Durant yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Harkey were in Caddo from Matoy last Trades Day.
Mrs. Roy Barber and Mrs. G. A. Crossett were Durant visitors yesterday.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett and Mrs. C. A. Wood were Durant visitors Tuesday evening.
Jack Ray was here from Oklahoma City last week visiting his sister Mrs. H. T. Chiles.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Crossett have returned from a visit to her parents at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. J. E. Cosgrove and Miss Jimmie Cosgrove were here from Kenefick last Thursday shopping.
Mrs. Lacy Henderson was a visitor to Atoka Tuesday attending the funeral of Judge H.H. Linebaugh.
The American Legion will hold its regular meeting Monday night. Members are urged to be present.
Mrs. Ernest Mathis and children of Atoka spent Saturday and Sunday in Caddo, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Chiles from Allen were here last week visiting his father, H. T. Chiles, who is reported a great deal better now.
Mrs. Clovis Wood has returned to her home at Seminole after a fortnight’s visit with homefolks. Her sister, Miss Mildred Guthrie , went with her.
J. W. Jones was in town Wednesday from his place east of Caddo. He is in the race for county commissioner and has a large number of staunch friends.
Lewis T. Martin and Clarence McCoy were here form Bennington Wednesday renew friendships. Mr. Martin is a candidate for county assessor and has received much encouragement here.
W. W. Moffatt was here form Atoka Wednesday. He is a candidate for tax assessor of Atoka County. He used to come to Caddo quite often, and has a lot of friends here who are always glad to see him and they will vote for him.
J. W. Smith has sold his barber shop to L. E. Propps and about April first will move to Abilene, Texas to make his home. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Smith are very sorry to see them leave Caddo, but wish them prosperity and happiness in their new home. They have lived here the past twenty years. And their presence will be missed in social, business, and church circles.