The Caddo Herald
November 20, 1925
The Cat’s Paw
Lucille Grassham, editor-in-chief
Beth Moore, associate
Reporters: Senior- Eugenia Sargent; Junior-Mildred Guthrie;
Sophomore- Lucille Coffey; Freshman- Hardenia Ellis
Wednesday several of the loyal juniors attempted to decorate the study hall with our colors, but in vain; so they retired to the domestic art room, our class room, and proceeded to decorate it with strands of royal purple and white crepe paper.
We hoisted our class flag on top of the building but how long did it stay there?
Where is the senior flag? Perhaps some of the juniors can tell you .
Evelyn, Marilee, and Mildred got a hair cut last week. The other students were beginning to think that a collection would have to be taken to pay their barber bills.
In the psychology class Minnie Herrod was called upon to give an impromptu speech of ten minutes length on the subject of school attendance, but to our great sorrow she declined.
The junior girls on the basketball team are Odessa, Rosie, Evelyn, Marilee, and Minnie. Odessa was elected captain.
We’ve lost another member of our class to the seniors- Grady Sargent, but we know he is glad.
Where is the senior flag?
American history class was very quiet Monday morning; the football boys were gone to play Bonham.
Seniors, prepare for the Literary Digest test next Monday. We are afraid that we haven’t digested very much knowledge along with the magazine.
Miss Margaret Jayne McGraw motored to Durant Friday night.
Miss Eugenia Sargent spent last Sunday very happily.
There has been quite a lot of excitement about the flags. We admit the junior flag was pretty and stayed in the building a long while, but the senior flag was up first and down last.
We are beginning to get accustomed to a few new things- but the majority rules.