This is from an issue that was heretofore missing from our microfilm. It was added to the end of the 1981-83 roll, along with some other earlier issues that were not filmed the first time around.
The Caddo Herald
April 12, 1940
State Honor Pupils are Named
Based on grades of the past semester of the school year of 1938-39, and first semester of this year, the upper ten percent of the school has been selected for membership in Oklahoma State Honor Society.
Freshmen: LaRuth Lewis, Leona Rush, Gladys Simpson, Frances Harris, Mary Alice McNatt; sophomores: Glenna Martin, Mary Margaret Smith, Kathleen Harris, Jean Cochran, Lorene Chaffin; Juniors: Sana Mae Schaffer, Kenneth McCreary, Roy Albert Riddels, Ray Murphree, and Maurine Fryer; Seniros: Bryce Cochran, Louise Hale, Nina Fay Crossett Hardy, and Margie Sue Powell.
Seniors had a big time at the Senior Day festivities at SSC last Friday.
Mr. McKinnis was in Oklahoma City Monday on business of the school.
The Caddo High school senior girl who makes the highest scholastic average will receive a $25 scholarship from Oklahoma College for Women.
Monday morning at 9, high school held assembly to give out track medals. Rev. James, who is holding a revival at the Baptist church and Mr. Dupree, highway patrolman, gave interesting talks.
Due to the ill-timed illness of Sana Mae Schaffer, the mixed and girls quartets were unable to enter county fine arts track contests. The flu bug bit her and put her to bed. Such is life, but in this case Keats’s remark that “heard melodies are sweet, but unheard are sweeter” would not apply, for the unheard melodies of the Caddo quartets knocked us out of the race for fine arts cup.
Cat’s Paw staff is offering a dollar to the student who sells the most tickets to “The Waif”, faculty play to be given at the auditorium Tuesday night the 23rd of April.
Two literature classes heaved a sigh of relief Monday as with testing of their knowledge of lit through a six weeks test, it brought to the close their study of literature for the term, and opened their grammar books. What a relief say all!
Faculty Members are to be Actors in “The Waif”
The Faculty play on Tuesday night, April 23 promises to be a good one. Characters are:
In addition to directing the play, Miss Locke is cast in the lead part of street urchin.
Mr. Sharp is an author.
Mr. Steed is Steve.
Miss Boland is Agela.
Miss Brown is Mrs. Forester.
Mr. McKinnis is the Bishop.
Miss Haggard is his wife.
Miss Adams is Jane, subdeb.
Mr. Power is the Butler.
Miss Kiersey is the Maid.
Admission is 15c and 25c.
Two hours and a half of fine entertainment.
One must indeed be lacking in appreciation of fine arts if he misses seeing Miss Locke play the role of Waif in the faculty play. She’s a real fine actress and about the best in these parts.
Ruth Williams has entered school, coming from Caney. Our heartiest welcome to her; may her stay be pleasant.