The Caddo Herald
February 5, 1926
Of Local Interest
Miss Sewell Barber spent the weekend in Caney.
Mrs. Willis Jones was a Dallas visitor last weekend.
Mrs. J. E. Cosgrove was here from Kenefick Saturday.
Mrs. C. T. Davis visited her daughter last weekend at Dallas.
Geo. Willey was up from Durant less Wednesday on business.
Miss LaRuth Cassidy visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Clay Anderson, of Mead, was visiting relatives here Saturday.
Miss Helen Styron is at home from the University of Oklahoma at Norman.
Miss Ernestine Carroll visited her mother at Pryor Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Styron and little son were here Sunday from Coalgate.
W.C. Slaughter and Hugh Cox were business visitors Tuesday from Durant.
G.S. Moran was a business visitor in Oklahoma City Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. T. J. Matthis and Mrs. Della Mumpower, of Caney, shopped in Caddo Saturday.
Stanton Carroll is here from Shreveport, La. visiting relatives and looking after business.
Carroll Franks and C. H. Grayson visited Dallas Monday to hear John McCormack sing. (famous tenor, opera)
Mrs. Claude Glasscock visited Mrs. Walter Glasscock in Fort Worth the first of the week.
George Hodel, one of Kenefick’s prosperous farmers, was a Caddo business visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Maud Hull, nurse at the Bryan County Hospital in Durant, was visiting friends in Caddo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Louty of Brokenbow, after visiting relatives here and at Caney, have returned home.
Eugene Lewis, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene at Kingston, Okla. is improving from a few weeks’ illness.
Roy Barber filled in the back of his business lot this week with gravel, making it better for hauling ice this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris and Mr. Onis Wagner of Dierks, Ark. have returned home after a visit with relatives in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Slack returned Thursday from a month’s visit with E. L. Craghead and family at Amarillo. They report Mrs. Craghead as very low.
Rev. M. A Cassidy, former pastor of the Methodist Church at Pryor, Okla. was visiting here Monday and Tuesday.
The ground hog did not see his shadow much Tuesday so the prediction is that winter soon will be over. We would not advise planting cotton or other crops that frost will nip very soon however.
News comes from Sherman of the marriage of Mr. Chas. W. Thayer and Miss Mae Hilger at that place last Thursday. Miss Hilger is well-known in Caddo and has many friends here who will wish her much happiness. Mr. Thayer is a traveling watch inspector with the M. K. & T. Railway. (Because of their dependence on schedules and accurate timing, the railroad issued, maintained and inspected watches of all employees.)