The Caddo Herald
September 18, 1931
Glee Club Notes
Do, re, mi! and there’s about 23 to sing anywhere, any time, and almost any thing.
We have a director, Mrs. Bevens, who certainly is fine. Just wait until we get started and see who’s who in singing. Our quartets, glee clubs, etc. are going to be the best Caddo ever had.
When Track comes just see how many cups and medals are in this town with Caddo High School 1932 on them. Our aim is to be the best and we are going to hold to it as long as we last. RB
Rah! For Seniors of ’32. We have an enrollment of 27 in the class, a slightly smaller number than last year. Yet we are willing to make a go of any undertaking, whether it be the class, or the entire school, to make Caddo a better place to be.
Class officers are :
Floyd Flowers, Pres.
Paul Castellow, Vice-pres.
Lois McIntosh, Sec-treas.
Carl Seago, Reporter
Jim Green, Sergeant-at-arms
Mrs. Grayson, Sponsor
Class enjoyed a hayride and watermelon feast Friday evening. It was a well spent evening.
Juniors had a class election Tuesday and chose these officers:
Tony Harris, Pres.
Sam Moore, Vice-pres.
Gail Downing, Sec-treas.
Nadine Guthrie, Reporter
Mrs. Downs, Sponsor
Juniors already have begun to think of raising funds for Junior-Senior banquet, which is the chief aim of the class. Freshies and Sophs had better get to work early for we are going to have banquet like we have never had before.
We are very proud of our boys who are coming out for football- some are real stars! Just watch Tony (Harris)and BK’s (Williamson)touchdowns when we play Tishomingo.
We are starting out the new year better than usual. We’ve reformed, and intend to be the best class in the school instead of the worst, silliest, giggleiest and dumbest class. We’ve outgrown that. Just watch our steps!
Juniors are holding prominent offices in school. Inez Hogan is editor of Cat’s Paw. Irene Kennedy is head librarian, with Nadine Guthrie assistant. Now say we are not getting good!
Sophs had their first meeting of class Thursday the 10th and elected these officers:
James Goddard, Pres.
Lovene Markham, Sec-treas.
W. R. Bevens, Sergeant-at-arms
Marinel Sargent, Reporter
Mr. Campbell, Sponsor
We have only 17 members in our Sophomore class, but hope to have more in a week or so.
Freshmen met and elected J. E. (Blanks) president by acclimation; W. E. (McIntosh) was chosen vice president; Mable Jones, secretary. Mr. Dowd is our sponsor. He certainly will have a job as we have an enrollment of nearly forty pupils the first week.
Of course some went to wrong classes at first, but we are not as green as we could be.
We have several new classmates: David Szenaisi, Absalom Pickens, Carol Yates, Alma Sue Ward, and Garland Horn.
We’ll see you next week and we hope we shall have more to say.