The Caddo Herald
September 25, 1925
The Cat’s Paw
Lucille Grassham, Editor in Chief, Beth Moore, Associate
Senior, Eugenia Sargent
Junior, Mildred Guthrie
Sophomore, Lucille Coffey
Freshman, Hardenia Ellis
There is a large number of members in the junior class. All are delighted with the teachers and are looking forward to a successful school year.
Our sponsor is Miss Earnestine Carroll. We are proud of her and know that she will carry us through.
Alga Moran went to Durant Monday afternoon to take her voice lesson.
Zuleika Boland was absent Monday on account of illness in her family. We hope to see her in school soon.
We are sorry we lost Madge and Margaret Jane from the junior class, but we know the seniors are glad to have them. (Note: Madge Richey, and Margaret Jayne McGraw are listed as graduates of ’26.)
As last week was constitution week, we had assembly Wednesday afternoon. Bro. Cassidy’s talk on “Patriotism” was much enjoyed.
It’s great fun to miss school and see the circus, but when you stay at school and the teacher marks you absent, it isn’t so funny- ask Dow.
Margaret Jayne McGraw, Sibyl Braudrick, Charles Dale, J. C. Davison, Grady Sargent, Edward Pierson, Gordon Folsom, and Jack Hancock attended the circus in Durant.
Wonder how Willie likes to be called Nellie?
James is getting up into high society. We hope he likes it.
The orchestra is doing some strenuous practice and we hope to hear it real soon.
Charles Dale has been elected yell leader.
President: Marilee Styron
Vice-President: Alga Moran
Sec.-Treas.: Grady Sargent
Editor: Mildred Guthrie
Sponsor: Miss Ernestine Carroll
W. J. Thompson