The Caddo Herald
September 16, 1938
Caddo School Start with 480 Enrolled
All Classes Full Up
Caddo schools opened Monday with an enrollment of 480. This was about as expected. High School 170. Sixth and Seventh 105. Grammar school 206.
Mrs. Wilson 43; Miss Crompton 34; Miss Brown 33; Miss Kiersey 42, Miss Crompton 34; Miss Jones, Mr. Watson 54 together, total 206.
Joe McKinnis, superintendent, Mr. Henninger, principal, High School and Mr. Watson of Grammar School are elated at the prospect for the year.
A bank is being organized in high school with horns ‘n’ everything; quite a bit of interest being taken in this new class.
It is planned to have a regular news column of the school in The Herald each week.
Southeastern Has Largest Enrollment in Many Years
Enrollment at STC, Durant, exceeds any three day period during the fall term for past several years according to E. H. McCune, registrar. First week’s enrollment has already passed a thousand and this is expected to increase during the next few weeks.
A number of teachers are taking advantage of the special nine weeks term which is being offered for the benefit of teachers who have a divided term and can study between teaching terms.
Students enrolled from Caddo are: Lorene Baxter, Ross Braudrick, Corene Baxter, Mrs. E. O. Henninger, Edward Busby, Leslie Campbell, Dorothy and Juanita Crow, Edith Craighead, Mary Cochran, Lucille Dickey, Thomas Edmunds, Pat Hardy, Jessie Guthrie, Mabel Jones, Sam Abner Jones, Eva Mayo Miller, Tommy Clarence Jones, Ila Mae Joines, Winona Grace Nation, Clinton, Edna, John Raymond and Ruby Elizabeth Owens, Grace Juanita Rice, Jeanes Alton Pace, L. B. Russell, Tolbert Price, Geraldine Hortense Tate, and Shannon Thornton.