The Caddo Herald
September 7, 1923
Caddo Grammar school began last Monday with a good enrollment. Teachers and pupils have been busy this week getting classified.
Next Monday the High School begins. Pupils will go to the high school building Saturday morning for enrollment and classification.
S. L. Shofner is principal of the Grammar School. Part is taught at the old building and part at the new.
Notice About School
All high school pupils are requested to appear at the high school building Saturday morning at 9 o’clock for enrollment and classification so that Monday morning classes may begin and continue as if without interruption.
All former pupils are requested to bring their old books for sale; and these will be supplies as far as they will go to new pupils. Books are good from one grade to another. Some money can be saved to pupils buying used books and thus none will be wasted. Fred J. Early, Supt.
Pupils have been going to Durant this week for enrollment in the Southeastern. The school began Wednesday and it is expected that the enrollment will be the largest of any regular term.
Quite a number from Caddo are attending.
This is a good school and offers courses the same as the University at much less cost to the pupils. Besides, the children are nearer home.
Note: Below is the graduating class of 1923. The married names were taken from a reunion list published several years later.
Class of 1923
1. Windel Braudrick
2. Muncie Crutchfield (Mrs. W. Sands)
3. Bonnie Dale (Mrs. Harry Pace)
4. Irene Davies
5. Mattie Harmon
6. Naomi Hensley (Mrs. Bill Hamilton)
7. Charles Hogan
8. Hunter Jo Hogan
9. Ruth Lawrence
10. Ralph Mitchell
11. Jennie Grace Mugg
12. Harry Pace
13. Vernon Pate
14. Maudie Pierson
15. Willie Redmon (Mrs. F. McCurley)
16. Willie Mae Trout
Mattie Harmon Carroll recalls a Senior class picnic instead of a Senior trip. The banquet was held at school. Dress length was just below the knee.