The Caddo Herald
March 23, 1928
At Methodist Church
Last Sunday was a real good day in all departments of the Church.
We appreciate the goodly number of the children and young people who remained for the preaching service at this hour. We appreciate the great number of young people remaining from the League for the evening service. It was inspiring to have the good attendance at all these services; then came the great inspiration and helpfulness from the wonderful singing which was the very best to be had anywhere. We are very thankful and appreciate most profoundly the splendid cooperation and helpfulness of the good people of Caddo and may God’s richest blessings be upon you. Let us make next Sunday even better than last Sunday in attendance and interest.
W. M. Society
The Woman’s Missionary Society met in devotional session Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. F. Bates.
Meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. C. T. Johnson.
Song, Have Thine Own Way, Lord
Prayer, Mrs. Parsons
Mrs. Nettelton gave a good report of the dedication of the Seminole church.
Bible lesson, Mrs. Slack
China after 50 Years, Mrs. Gross
Visit to the school, Mrs. McIntosh
Sick and Ye Visited Me, Mrs. Barber
Into the Temple to Worship, Mrs. J. T. Hogan
The Awakening in China, Mrs. Pace
Vocal Duet, Mrs. Hancock, Mrs. Barber
The mite boxes were opened for the baby division.
Mrs. Gross committee reported they had earned $80.05. Mrs. Hogan’s committee reported $65.00. Each member told how she made her money.
We were glad to have a former member, Mrs. Cassidy, give us a talk.
The hostess served delicious refreshments to twenty members present.