The Caddo Herald
April 10, 1925
The Cat’s Paw
Beth Moore, Editor
Reporters: Senior, LaRuth Cassidy, Junior, Thomas Ray Coffey, Sophomore, Lucile Folsom, Freshman, Beth Moore, Eighth grade, Hardenia Ellis, Seventh grade, Mabel Geter, Sixth grade, Edward Davis.
Monday- Mr. Early made an announcement in study hall which caused quite a few groans and frowns.
Tuesday- Organization to the girls’ baseball teams.
Wednesday- April Fools’ Day.
Thursday- All hookey players for the worst.
Friday- boys attended track preliminaries in Kiowa.
The members of the high school orchestra acknowledge, with thanks, the courtesy of the Royal Theatre management for tickets to see Jackie Googan in ”Daddy” Monday night.
We were well represented in C.H. S. April Fool’s Day- eight were present!
If anyone had happened to have been inquisitive Tuesday morning they might have wondered why Hellen was making wig-wag signs at Mr. Dendy.
We still rank second in the popularity contest. Just watch us! We’ll win!
The Sophs are progressing in the Popularity Contest since they sold candy at the Lion’s show. They have 111 votes to their credit.
The girls’ English class is having a few lessons in letter writing. Sit up and take notice girls!
Very few Sophs played hookey April Fool’s Day. We are very proud of that fact.
Tuesday afternoon the S.S. V. and D. M. S. societies organized baseball teams, the former taking the name of “White Sox” and the latter the “Giants”. Margaret Jayne McGraw and Hellen Sargent were elected as captains, but the lineups were not arranged