The Caddo Herald
October 23, 1914
High School Notes
The girls have received their basketball, have their ground prepared, and are practicing for the season’s games. Miss Blackwell and Miss Hayes are practicing with the other girls and no doubt will develop into great basketball stars.
Another football has been purchased by the boys and they are practicing again to play neighboring teams of their own weight.
The Physics class under Prof. Rorie is making many experiments now in which all seem to be very much interested.
The Eurekas met last Friday and rendered the following program:
Biography of Longfellow, Keith Bloom
Current Events, Talmadge Markham
Reading, Leila Beaty
Reading, Dora Hogan
Recitation, Ona Rowsey
Debate: Resolved that the European war will be a benefit to the United States. Affirmative: Kaliteyo Maytubby, Frank Boydstun, and Bertie Wood. Negative: St. Clair Homer, Georgia Mattox, Kirby Glasscock. Debate was won by the negative.
Reading, Nina Johnson.
The Websterians rendered the following program:
An imaginary story of a “Day in an Airship”, Eleanor Carrell
Biography of E. A. Poe, (?)ina Boydstun
Debate: Resolved, that the present European war will be for the betterment of the nations engaged. Affirmative: Edith Bell, Ethel Roach, and Lee Hancock. Negative: Mary Thurman, Ruth Driver, Jack Glasscock. Won by the negative.
Biography of Henry W. Longfellow, Beane Bowman.
Current events, Ben Easley.