The Caddo Herald
July 26, 1929
Picture Show to Open
Tonight (Friday) the picture show will re-open with G. W. Hunter as manager. Mr. Hunter announces that he will have a good picture for those nights, but cannot say just what it is now. It will be a new western with comedy.
The machinery is being gone over with a view to giving the best pictures on the screen. The room will be made comfortable with fans all over the house.
Popular prices, the kind you like, will be charged.
There is a popular demand for a good show in Caddo and the Herald hopes to see this one continue. The way to have a good show in Caddo is to patronize it.
Mrs. Walters is Dead
At San Antonio last Thursday Mrs. Edward Walters died after an illness of twenty years. Funeral and interment were at San Antonio, attended by Mr. Walters and Mrs. C. A. Hancock from Caddo. Rev. South, of the Harland Baptist church, conducted the funeral.
Until the time of her illness Mrs. Walters lived in Caddo, was a sister of Mrs. C. A. Hancock, and Mrs. John Haden of Durant, and daughter of Mrs. F. R. Grayson, and half sister of C. H. Grayson.
Mrs. Walters in her lifetime was a useful citizen, being the first president of the Cemetery and Civic Club of Caddo and was honored by all who knew her.
Failed to Vote Bonds
Franklin School District, just east of Caddo, has a unique record. A short while ago an election was held to see if the district would vote bonds for a new school building and new furniture. Sixty votes were cast against the bonds and none for it.
The people of the district felt like the building they had was good enough, as was the furniture. Sometimes these slick salesmen come along and persuade people against their wills. But folks are learning that bonds much be paid, hence are leery about voting them.