The Caddo Herald
May 3, 1935
C.H.S. Senior Class of 1935
We give below brief sketches of the biographies of a part of the graduate this year of our local high school. Others will appear next week in this space. (The next issue of the paper is missing!) The information has been gathered by Miss Mary Meadows, writer for the Cats Paw this year.
Ross Eleene Braudrick: Caddo, Jan. 19, 1918; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Braudrick. Attended school in Tulsa, Shawnee, and enrolled here in ’31. Member of Glee club, quartet and Gold Diggers. Is interested in commercial work but has not decided where she will attend school.
J.E. Blanks: Whitewright, Texas, Feb. 4, 1917; son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Blanks. Attended school in Colbert the first year, since then our schools have had the honor of his presence. He has taken an active part in school plays and has shown his great ability in dramatics. Further educational pursuits are not definite.
Delphine Ellis: Caddo, Aug. 5, 1917; daughter of Mrs. Delphine Ellis. All of her school years have been spent in Caddo. Has been a very good student, favorite study being American Democracy. Plans to take a business course in some school.
Cecil Flowers: Caddo, May 5, 1915; son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Flowers. Attended school at Midway and Carrol’s Chapel, enrolled here in 1929. Cecil was captain of our football team for the past year and was an outstanding player. Further education is indefinite.
Bertha Lou Harris: Sherman, Texas, Sept. 11, 1916; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Harris. All her school life has been in Caddo. A member of the glee club and won first in soprano solo at county track meet in 1933. She does not yet know what she is going to do after school is out.
James Foster: Dec. 25, 1917; son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Foster. spent all of his life here. Was a member of the football team for the past three years. He has shown that he is not afraid of work and has been an outstanding student in physics and we are all expecting James to someday be a great inventor. Does not yet know where he is going to attend school.
Virginia Hogan: Caddo, Feb. 16, 1917; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hogan. Our schools have been honored with her presence for 12 years. She was a member of the Gold Diggers club and is an accomplished pianist. Further education is not decided.
James Hamilton: Durant, on Aug. 10, 1917; son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Hamilton. He attended school in Durant, Kenefic, Carroll’s chapel and enrolled here in 1929. He was a member of our football team and made a very good showing this year. He is undecided as to what he will do next year.
Audra Honsinger: Caddo, on September 4, 1916; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Honsinger. Attended school at Vernon, Texas and Kiowa, and came back here in 1931. A member of the glee club the past 4 years. She has not yet decided where she is going to attend school next year.
Bud Jones: Caddo, Jan. 8, 1916; son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Jones. Has attended school in Borger and Denison, Texas, and enrolled here in 1923. He has played four years of football on our teams. Murray State school of agriculture will have the honor of his attendance next year.
Lera Lacey: Jan. 25, 1918; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lacey. Enrolled at school at Carroll’s chapel until 1930 when she started to school here. Has been a member of the glee club for the past two years. She is still undecided as to what she will do next year.
Lute Jones, Caddo, Dec. 4, 1914; son of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Jones. Attended schools at Denison, Texas, Maud, and Platter, Okla. and entered school here in 1929. Lute played football here four years and lettered three. He has not yet decided where to go to school.
Emmogene Jackson: Caddo, Oct. 11, 1918; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Jackson. Has attended school at Pleasant Hill and entered school here in 1929. She has been very studious, ranking highest in grades in our senior class. Further educational pursuits are not definite.
W.E. McIntosh: Caddo, Aug. 7, 1918; son of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. McIntosh. W.E. has lived and gone to school here all his life. He is very studious, being a member of the State Honor society for the past four years. W.E. has shown his ability as he has served as president of our class for the last 3 years. He does not yet know where he will attended school.
Class of 1935
W. E. McIntosh, Jr.
William Ray Williams
Ross Eleene Braudrick
Bertha Lou Harris
Lera Mae Lacey