Durant Daily Democrat
April 1, 1924
Miss Ludie Mae Ware was the guest of Miss Lucille Downing in Durant Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson accompanied their son Sam to Sherman Sunday where he received treatment at the hospital. They were accompanied by their daughter, Miss Colean and Miss Nell Sargent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison were Durant visitors Saturday evening.
Mr. Clay Anderson of Durant was a Caddo visitor Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ira Smith of Blue Dale Farm near Kenefic was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Earnest Pitchlynn here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison, son, J. C., and Horace Sargent, motored to Denison Sunday and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Malone and family.
Mesdames H. W. and Claud Glasscock and Mrs. Ralph Chiles were visiting friends in Durant Saturday.
Music lovers of Caddo will have a chance Thursday night to enjoy a treat. Miss Stout of Durant (with the S.T.C) and her Choral Club will give an entire program of music at the local Methodist Church, beginning at 8 o’clock. There will be no charges and a cordial invitation is extended to all.
Mrs. Dick Grayson and Miss Edith Moore, teachers in Atoka high school, spent Saturday and Sunday here with home folks and friends.
Miss Onilla Ewing, teacher of expression in C. H. S., has returned from a ten-day visit spent with home folks in Celeste, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hauer, recently of our city, now residing in Durant, were visiting with friends here Saturday evening.
H.Rhodie left Saturday for Fort Worth where he expects to contract for several buildings to erect. Mr. Rhodie is a first class builder and contractor.
Frank Pitchford, one of Caddo’s oldest residents, is seriously ill at his home in east side with dropsy and it is reported he is gradually growing weaker. Mr. Pitchford has lived in Caddo 35 years, is an upright, honest citizen, and friends will regret to learn of his illness.