The Caddo Herald
March 1, 1929
Of Local Interest
Bebe Chiles is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Cofey at Henrietta.
Miss Zuleika Boland spent the weekend with friends in Ada.
Carroll Franks and Chas. Dale were here Sunday from Seminole.
Early Zion, deputy sheriff, has a new baby girl at his home near Matoy.
Hal Watkins and W. N. Green of Atoka, visited friends in Caddo Tuesday.
Miss Marguerite Boland attended a senior party in Durant last Friday night.
Ruel Taylor, sheriff, and J. A. Shirley, county attorney, were in town Tuesday.
W. T. Styron, of Konawa, was transacting business in Caddo the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ridens left this week for Madill where they will make their home.
Mrs. Roby Barber, Sewell, Rachel, and Royce, spent last weekend with relatives in Ada.
Misses Beth Moore and Zuleika Boland witnessed the game in Durant Tuesday evening.
Ducks were flying north this week. Maybe zero weather is gone for a while. You can’t fool a duck.
Mrs. Roy Barber, Mrs. Jim Sargent, Mrs. G. A. Crossett, and Mrs. T. I. McGraw were Denison visitors Tuesday.
W. W. Boone was in Denison last Sunday to attend the 60th wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boone.
The four-month old baby of Mr. H. Flowers, who lives southeast of town, died Monday. The family has the sympathy of the community.
J. R. and Eulen Stevens went to Mulberry, Ark. last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Crocker, a sister of J. R. Stevens. Mrs. Croker formerly lived near Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Stedham, Mr. Claud Davis of Denton, Texas, R. A Wood of Coleman, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jones of Wilson, spent Saturday night and Sunday with J. A. Wood and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Beck entertained with a surprise party Monday evening in honor of Miss Sarah Ellen, it being her 18th birthday anniversary. The evening was spent in music and games. Delicious refreshments were served.
Mrs. V. B. Hayes, Mrs. Lynn Click, and Mrs. John Hayden were here Wednesday boosting for their Missionary society play, Aunt Lucia, which will be given at the Liberty Theater in Durant Tuesday and Wednesday. Several local men will appear as flappers on the program.
Dr. and Mrs. Cochran entertained the Lions club Tuesday evening with a fried chicken dinner. Hal Watkins made high score in the games and was given a package of safety pins. Misses Mary Adeline Boland, Mabel Alice Grewell, Sarah Ellen Beck, Frank Semple, and Joe Hill furnished music and readings. Mrs. Cochran was assisted in serving by Mrs. Pitchlynn, and Miss Pauline Carlton.