The Caddo Herald
March 3, 1929
E. N. Barnes went to Dallas Tuesday.
Carl Johnson went to Bokchito Tuesday.
Morris Beck was a Durant visitor Sunday.
C. T. Johnson had business in Dallas Wednesday.
R. A. Wood of Coleman was in Caddo Wednesday.
Mrs. Ross Bonner was a Durant visitor Monday.
Hal Watkins of Atoka spent the weekend in Caddo.
J. L. Boland was a business visitor to Durant Monday.
J. Walter Mills was up from Durant a while yesterday.
Dr. C. D. Dale of Atoka visited homefolks Sunday.
V. V. Walne transacted business in McAlester Monday.
Mrs. Ellen Barnes left Saturday for Dallas to visit relatives.
Cotton planting is in full blast this week; most of it is done.
Mrs. W. M. Green of Atoka visited friends in Caddo Wednesday.
Miss Pauline Carlton attended the play at Kenefick Friday evening.
H. A. Castellow and L. M. Wood visited in Coleman Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauer of Sherman visited relatives here Sunday.
Miss Ruth Haygood and Mrs. Frankie Izard were Durant visitors Tuesday.
Willie Taylor, who teaches near Atoka, spent the week end with homefolks.
Some few straw hats are seen- a sure sign of summer’s fast approach.
Some fishermen have better luck than others- not all the big ones get away.
Mrs. M. L. Downing and Mrs. Roy T. Downing were Durant visitors Monday.
Miss Juanita Green of Atoka was the weekend guest of Miss Harriett Ray Chiles.
C. O. Markham went to the sawmill Monday and brought back a load of lumber.
H. I. Meadows and Ollie Smith are in McAlester doing jury service in Federal court.
Miss Lillian McGraw entertained her friends Friday night with a slumber (less) party.
Mr. and Mrs. Hector McGraw spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Honey Grove.
Eric Holm and J. E. Payne left yesterday for Kansas City to be gone two weeks or more.
A large crowd was in town Tuesday afternoon to attend the rug event at Schaffer’s store.
Mr. and Mrs. Alair have returned from Norman where they attended the State track meet.
Miss Mary Adeline Boland has returned from Norman where she attended the State track meet.
That was terrible west wind that came Wednesday- quite cool but not cold enough to frost.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood, Mrs. Izard, and Miss Ruth Haygood spent Saturdays and Sunday in Wilson.
See the $15 Percolator-Toaster to be given away by Ben Franklin Store at Durant Saturday May 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hamer and daughter, Mrs. May Joe Roberts of Dallas visited friends in Caddo Monday.
Sunday morning about 11:30 the home of Price Hill caught fire, however quick work of the firemen put it out before much damage was done.
Grady Sargent was in Denton last Friday evening where he went to be a guest at the Junior-Senior banquet of the College of industrial Arts.
Mrs. Ed Payne died at Ada last Saturday night and was buried in Wapanucka Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Payne formerly lived in Caddo and is remembered by the older residents here. She is survived by Mrs. Ed Hamer, Mrs. C. R. Nance, Mrs. Jim Abney, Lee Payne, and Ben F. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood and G. A. Crossett from here attended the funeral.