The Caddo Herald
February 11, 1927
(from the Cat’s Paw)From the standpoint of activities last week was quite a success. The P. T. A. program was presented to the largest crowd that a school attraction has drawn this year. We were bitterly disappointed that the O. B. U. Glee Club failed to arrive, as we had counted so strongly on the pleasure and entertainment to be derived from the performance.
(from the locals) Ceph Shoemake, county superintendent, attended the Parent Teacher Association meeting at the high school auditorium last Thursday.
P. T. A.
The Parent Teacher Association was entertained by a varied and interesting program in the regular session last Thursday night. The home economics department presented a style show of garments made by the members.
The first and second sections were wash dresses, modeled by the first and second year classes in domestic art. In the brief intermission Edith Adair, Virginia McGraw and Ava Joe Wright each played a short piano solo. The third section, an apron parade, was followed by a vocal duet by Mr. and Mrs. Van Meter. The fourth section was a kimono parade by the second year class. Following this Lucille Coffey and Sewell Barber, costumed in colonial dresses, sang a group of popular songs. The last section was a series of outfits for every occasion, demonstrating the latest styles and furnished by the local merchants. The first was a street dress of tan felt crepe trimmed in bright red and modeled by Doris Maytubby. A beautiful Spanish shawl was displayed by Marilee Styron and a pink georgette evening gown by Zuleika Boland. The concluding display was a white knit sports dress modeled by Frances Wood.
After the style show Dr. Muerman gave an illustrated lecture on the U. S. Capital. His lectures are always interesting and never fail to please his audience. He gave vivid descriptions of the pictures thrown on the screen. Some of these lantern slides, especially scenes of Washington white with snow, were very beautiful. His life in Washington gave him a knowledge of that city which makes his lecture very colorful.