The Caddo Herald
September 10, 1926
Of Local Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Glasscock visited Forth Worth Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Hauer and daughter are guests of friends in Durant.
Mrs. G. L. McCoy of Durant was visiting her son I. C. here Sunday.
Misses Mary Lee Styron and Dot Smith were Durant visitors Monday.
H.T. Styron, Miss Helen Styron, and James Boone visited Durant Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and children of Durant visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Edwards and Mrs. W. T. Smith were Durant visitors Tuesday.
W.W. Boone and son, James, made a business trip to Western Oklahoma last week.
J.G. Peters was up from Fort Worth Monday to visit old friends who always are glad to see him.
Miss Mary Lee Styron returned home Sunday from a two weeks’ visit with relatives in Cleburne.
N.Damie left Sunday for St. Louis where he will spend several days purchasing merchandise for his store.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McGee and children of Hartshorne spent the weekend here with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hancock and little daughter motored to Oklahoma City Saturday and spent the weekend with relatives.
Miss Sibyl Braudrick has returned from a three weeks’ visit with her sister, Miss Mag Edgel Braudrick in Chickasha.
Ruth, Lillian, Helen, Naomi, and Charley Pitchlynn left Wednesday of last week to attend the Indian school at Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
L.M. Towery and family had as their weekend guests the following relatives: Joe Harvey, Miss Virginia Harvey, Mrs. Roger Harvey, little Miss Golda Harvey, all of Anna, Texas.
At a mortgagee sale last Saturday F. Manning bought the restaurant fixtures of Tunk Terry and has reopened the restaurant at the old place. He invites you to come and eat with him. (ad is from 1925)
Miss Algene Chiles left Tuesday for Danville, Va. where she will teach in Randolph Macon Institute. Miss Chiles once taught in Caddo High School and is a Caddo young woman of whom we are very proud. Her friends wish her well in her new work.