One of Clark County’s most distinctive organizations is the Concatenated Order of Hoo- Hoo, founded in Gurdon in 1892. Established for lumbermen, it is among the oldest world-wide industrial fraternal organizations in existence today. At the height of its popularity at the turn of the twentieth century, the group had thousands and thousands of members.
Richter, Wendy Bradley, "Concatenated Order of Hoo-Hoo" (2016). Articles. 227.