The Caddo Herald
September 16, 1927
Janice Crossett, Editor
Helen Sargent, Associate Editor
With the above staff already selected and when the various reporters have been chosen, we hope to make the 1928 Cat’s Paw a credit to Caddo High and to the splendid town which gives it support. We crave the help of every pupil and teacher.
School opened Monday morning Sept. 5th with the goodly number of 101 in High School, 87 in Junior High and 172 in the Grades.
The Lions, as is their usual custom, met with us on the first day. Mr. Boland took charge, and after introducing the Lions and faculty, called upon Mr. Crossett for a talk. His talk proved very interesting and inspiring.
Dr. Roy L. Cochran gave some valuable observations on “posture”.
After much shifting our schedule has been properly arrange. And now if resigned looks indicate a scholarly aptitude we are just filled with scholars.
The Seniors with their usual air of dignity and superiority, have taken their places with a scornful smile.
The Juniors, as Juniors will, have already acquired the looks of a young Shylock looking for his ducats.
While the sophomores many in number, cast looks of sophistication upon their lower classmates, the Freshmen.
And the poor bewildered Freshmen, have done due credit to their name.
Then last but not least there are the teachers whom we have already recognized as the same dear old crew with the exception of Miss Bushfield. She early found a place in our hearts.