The Caddo Herald
May 25, 1928
Rev. W. J. Hale was here from Caney Tuesday.
Tom Gross was transacting business in Durant yesterday.
Mrs. J. W. Crutchfield of Durant was visiting in Caddo Monday.
Joe Ralls of Atoka was visiting friends in Caddo Saturday.
Isaac McCoy was here from Durant Sunday visiting homefolks.
Mark Davis and Horace Cobb visited friends in Hartshorne last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Thompson were Durant visitors last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Downing were visiting relatives here Sunday.
Miss Beona Russell of Durant was visiting friends in Caddo yesterday.
Glenn Smith was over from Kenefick Tuesday evening visiting friends.
Jack Dale left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Royce City, Texas.
W. N. Green was down from Muskogee enjoying the weekend with home folks.
Mrs. Roy Barber and Mrs. J. L. Sargent were visitors to Durant Friday.
Mrs. Harry Pace and daughter from Ada visited her parents here last week.
Mrs. O. E. VanMeter left this week for a visit with her parents in Waurika.
Miss Mable Hauer and Miss Marie Wood were guests of friends in Durant Sunday.
Mrs. Ernest Mathis and mother, from Atoka, visited Mrs. Roy Barber last Friday.
Jimmie D. Stevens of Durant was visiting friends in Caddo Thursday evening.
Miss Magafaye Laughlin of Hugo is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. G. Long.
Last Saturday a heavy rain and hail storm at Caney did some damage to growing crops.
Mrs. Virgil Slack and little son and Miss Clyde Banks were visiting in Durant Saturday.
Mrs. C. O. Markham and daughters visited Mrs. P. L. Rogers and family in Mead Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sargent are rejoicing over the arrival at their home Wednesday of a fine baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Freeny and children left Saturday to visit relatives in Oklahoma City and Blanchard.
Mrs. S. L. Shoffner and little sons were visiting Mrs. P. L. Rogers and family in Mead Thursday.
Little Miss Harriett Ray Chiles is enjoying a few days in Allen with her brother Ralph Chiles and family.
S. L. Shoffner, candidate for county superintendent, was meeting voters in Mead Thursday.
A. M. Hair was here from north of Kenefick Tuesday. His friends are always glad to see him in Caddo.
John H. Mason, candidate for county treasurer, was in town Tuesday getting acquainted with people.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Crossett are here from Oklahoma City to spend several months with homefolks.
Miss Ernestine Carroll returned to her home at Idabel last Saturdays after attending S. T. G. last term.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holmes and son were up from Durant Sunday a few hours visiting friends.
Mrs. A. P. Braudrick arrived home Monday from a visit with relatives in Shawnee, Tulsa, and other points in Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bilbo arrived yesterday from Los Angeles to visit his father, C. A. Bilbo, who is very ill at the Bilbo home.
Mrs. Tred Hill was taken to Sherman Hospital yesterday for treatment for appendicitis. Mrs. J. C. Davison accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hill.
Mrs. Fred McCurley and little daughter of Altus arrived in Caddo Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Redman.
Miss Sewell Barber and Miss Margaret Jane McGraw were guess at a reception given by their sorority in Durant Thursday night.
Friends will learn with regret the condition of C. A. Bilbo, who has been ill for some time, continues to grow worse.
Mrs. Claude Nail and little daughter have returned from a few day’s visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fryer in Allen.
Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Alexander, from Wetumka, were through Caddo Tuesday on their way to Durant and Hugo for a visit with relatives.
Henry Bass has bought the Hancock Grocery, taking charge this week. He will have an important announcement to make to the Caddo folks through The Herald.
Jack Duncan was called to Boswell Sunday to be with his father who is ill. Jack’s many friends trust he will find his father much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Shearl Shofner attended closing exercises of Cobb Consolidated School Monday night. These had been rained out last Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gross, daughter, Maxine, and Mrs. M. E. Merritt went to Ardmore Sunday and enjoyed the day with the former’s sister, Mrs. Bob Bell and family.
Miss Vera St. John, who has been a student in the O. P. C. in Durant the past term, arrived here Saturday and will enjoy the summer vacation with home folks in the Freeny community.
Mrs. J. D. Sidwell, from Bowling Green, Mo., arrived yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. R. H. McGraw. Mrs. Sidwell is on her way to the Houston democratic convention to which she is a delegate from Missouri.
Dr. H. P. Pope has moved to Caddo to practice medicine. He has offices in the McCoy building. Dr. Pope practiced eighteen years in Bennington and has many friends in this part of the country.
Miss Edith Moore arrived home Saturday from Henryetta where she has been the past nine months as instructor for foreign languages in Henryetta High School. Miss Edith’s friends are indeed glad to have her home again.
A.L. Duncan, former cashier of the Caddo National Bank, announces that he has opened a tourist camp at Bayside, Texas on the famous Copano Bay, to be known as the Bayside Auto court. He will be glad to have his friends come to see him.
Miss Mae Ware arrived home Sunday having closed a very successful term of school as teacher of the 6th grade department at Atoka. Miss Ware will be on the school faculty in Atoka again next year. Her friends will enjoy having her home again.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hall and family of Ada were in Caddo a short time Saturday visiting friends. They were enroute to Idabel for a visit with Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Cassidy and were accompanied from here by Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sargent and son, Billie.
Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Guthrie and son of Murphysboro, Ill. Arrived in Caddo Saturday and enjoyed a short visit with Rev. Guthrie’s brother, W. L. Guthrie, and family, leaving Monday morning for plans in Arkansas where they will visit other relatives. Rev. Guthrie is a minister of the Presbyterian Church, he filling the pulpit at the local Methodist Church Sunday evening, bringing a great message to a large and appreciative audience.