Class of 1929
1. Howell Boydstun
2. Horace Cobb
3. Haskell Copeland
4. Sarah Ellen Beck
5. Hardenia Ellis
6. Mable Alice Grewell
7. Myrtle Harris
8. Joe Hill
9. Marillee Hogan
10. Lillie Bell Holman
11. Wanda Mae Hunter
12. Hazel Meadows
13. Lucille Mills
14. Bismark Rhode
15. Gladys Richey
16. Claude Schwartz
17. L. J. Schwartz
18. Macon Smith
19. Juanita Womble
We walked through mud with rubber boots on to the graduation exercises.
It had been raining for three days.
The Caddo Herald
February 22, 1929
“Mrs. Grayson at home honoring the Seniors ’29, Monday evening Feb. 11, eight o’clock.”
The above invitation written on dainty white cards, tinted in tiny red hearts, was sent to 42 guests. At the appointed hour the invited ones arrived in gala attire, befitting the occasion.
The lovely home of Mrs. Grayson was decorated in the Senior colors, purple and gold, with red and white Valentine colors scattered here and there. Winning King of Hearts met all at the door and escorted them to their places.
To say the party was a success would be putting it in mild tones.
After a popular radio program, names of famous lovers were distributed. We hadn’t realized before that here were so many atheists in our number. Winner of first prize, a Friendship Book, was L. J. Schwartz. Consolation went to Mabel Alice for Romeo.
Tallies of the color scheme and ten tables were placed for Bunco, Cootie, Hearts, and Touring. Bismarck Rohde, Mabel Hauer, and Horace Cobb won high score, and were each awarded prizes. Consolation awards went to Hardenia Ellis and Jack Hancock.
A delightful plate lunch of tiny heart-shaped cheese sandwiches, tuna fish salad and lettuce leaves, individual angel foods inscribed Seniors ’29, candy hearts, and grape juice were served.
Mrs. C. A. Hancock, Mrs. Wilson, Marinell Kuschke, Billy Edwards, and Jack Dale, who acted King of Hearts.
One of the most enjoyable features of the evening was a Fortune Hunt, after which hostess and the King of Hearts presented each guest with charming little favors, a whistle dressed as a Valentine Girl.
There are some things we remember because we like to and this will surely go down as one of the most cherished memories of the Senior Class.
All departed at a late hour declaring Mr. and Mrs. Grayson a most entertaining host and hostess. Those present were:
Bismarck Rohde, BeBe Chiles, Horace Cobb, Hazel Meadows, Macon Smith, Cricket Faudree, Pearl Lynch, Lillie Bell Holman, Midgett Harris, Ray Harris, Mabel Grewell, George Wood, Sara Beck, Homer Geter, Hardenia Ellis, Pete Freeny, Lucille Mills, Clifton Wood, L. J. Schwartz, Gladys Richey, Marilee Hogan, Russell McCreary, Jessie Bell, Claude Schwartz, Joe Hill, Helen Womble, Mabel Hauer, Jim D. Stevens, Mr. Alair, Mary Adeline Boland, Mr, and Mrs. Owen, Howell Boydstun, Clyde Blanks, Billy Edwards, Marinell Kuschke, Mrs. Hancock, Mrs. Wilson, and host and hostess.