The Caddo Herald
September 19, 1947
School is closed for the cotton picking vacation and naturally the Caddo High Times section of The Herald, sponsored by the journalism class will be suspended for five or six weeks.
However, in each issue of The Herald some news concerning the school activities will be printed.
Caddo schools owe a debt of gratitude to the Civic Club for their liberal donation of money used to buy ice for the water in service at school during the hot summer days. Such thoughtfulness on the part of those good ladies was really appreciated by students and employees alike.
A large amount of science equipment has arrived and will be put in use by the general science classes this fall.
Going to the Fair
For the first time Caddo FFA boys will be sent to the Oklahoma City Free Fair with all transportation paid. Twelve boys, accompanied by Mr. Hutchens, left Thursday morning in a big truck for the big city fair. These boys are taking their exhibits that won first at the county fair. We hope they return with some of State money and ribbons.
Those making the trip were: Mrs. Hutchens, sponsor, Jack Hill, Elvis Argo, Vaughan Richardson, Chester Miller, V. F. Hill, J. C. Ammons, John Hill, Darius Jenkins, Eugene Lacey, Don Hamilton, and Cecil Corbett.
Mr. J. N. Broadhead will be in McAlester Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. He will receive his 32nd degree in the Masonic Temple along with 250 other Oklahoma Masons.
Mrs. Augusta Richardson was in Ardmore Thursday checking the possibility of securing a building for Caddo schools from the Ardmore Army airfield.
Future Homemakers Meet
Caddo FHA met for their regular bi-monthly meeting in high school gymnasium Thursday the 11th of September with Betty W. Adams, president, in charge.
After a short business session the program committee presented a most interesting program.
Devotional, Mary Choate
FHA creed, Lenora Evans
Introduction of Committees.
Group singing, Song leaders
Piano solo, Clara Calhoun
Poem, Floydene Morgan
Senior HS Girls Quartet
Talk: The Qualities of a Good Leader, Mrs. Annette Carlton
After the program the committee for refreshments served delicious refreshments to the 72 members and two visitors: Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Carlton.