Durant Weekly News
October 16, 1924
Dr. S. P. Davis of Durant made a professional call in Caddo Monday.
Miss Alta Roach has returned to make her home with her parents near Caddo. Miss Roach has been an employee of the Kress store in Sherman, Texas the past two years. Her friends rejoice to have her home again.
Mrs. Charlie Brown and Mrs. Tom Heaton of Caney were shopping in Caddo yesterday.
Mrs. Mattie Lynch of the I. Schaffer store returned yesterday from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Jasper Freeny, who is seriously ill. Friends will learn with regret that Mrs. Freeny is in a very critical condition.
Raymond Gardner arrived here Tuesday from his home in Quanah, Texas to visit his mother, Mrs. George Boynton and family.
“Uncle” Joe Caynon of Clovis, New Mexico, came in Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends.
At the Lion’s Club weekly Tuesday luncheon Miss Juanita Rogers furnished music for the occasion, which made it one of the most enjoyable affairs of the year. Miss Rogers’ artistic touch on the piano is unexcelled and she is one of the most gifted young ladies to be found. The Lions very generously thanked Miss Rogers, she assuring them she was delighted to be their guest and enjoyed the sumptuous meal as Mrs. Williams serves no other than the best.
Caddo vs. Durant
Friday at Durant the Caddo cubs will meet the Durant Lions on the Durant gridiron. A large number of football fans and C.H. S. Pep club will be there to root for the home team. Caddo has a fine bunch and they are going in to win. Help boost your boys.
At the High School auditorium tonight (Thursday) Miss Yeats, music instructor, and Miss Ewing, expression teacher, will present their pupils in a recital. This will be the first of this season; a cordial invitation is extended to all.