The Caddo Herald
February 27, 1925
The Cat’s Paw
Beth Moore, editor
Reporters: Senior, LaRuth Cassidy; Junior, Thomas Ray Coffey; Sophomore, Lucile Folsom; Freshman, Beth Moore; Eighth Grade, Hardenia Ellis; Seventh Grade, Mabel Geter; Sixth Grade, Edward Davis
Daily High Lights
Monday- We wonder who the guilty person was that turned those mice loose in the study hall.
Tuesday- Devotional services given over to Eugene Lewis. Illustrated lecture on South America.
Wednesday- All the girls have blossomed out in summer dresses.
Thursday- Everyone was unusually studious.
Friday- Boys’ team attends tournament. George Washington Program.
We are very glad that Leuda Mae is back in school again.
Horace made several business trips to Durant last week.
MagEdgel, a senior of ’24 is taking a post graduate course. We would not be very glad to have her join our class.
Everyone is studying for six weeks exams as they will be given Friday.
We have not yet decided on our graduation exercises, but it is almost a settled fact that Pocahontas will be valedictorian.
Tuesday morning the devotional services were turned over to Eugene Lewis, a member of the Sophomore class who has chosen the ministry as his life work. He delivered a brilliant sermon, his subject being, “Loyalty to God and Country”. We are very proud of Eugene and are sure that the future holds great things in store for him.
Immediately after this sermon Alga Moran rendered a number of vocal selections. She plans to enter the track meet and it seems that nothing stands between her and first place.
Columbus Wood played a number of popular songs on the French harp. He is quite an artist and we enjoyed his music very much.
Tuesday afternoon Dr. Manning, a lecturer of the University of Oklahoma, gave an interesting talk on South America. He had about forty curios which he exhibited. After the lecture he showed us a number of South American animals and reptiles. Among them were the whirling mice, coati mundi, and a blue racer. His lecture and the exhibition were very interesting and we enjoyed them very much.
Class of 1925
1. Kyle Blanks
2. Margarette Boland
3. LaRuth Cassidy
4. Lucille Downing
5. Pocahontas Ellis
6. Ray Pace
7. Permelia Rice
8. Horace Sargent
9. Fred Thompson
10. Leuda Mae Ware
The Class of 1925 had 10 graduates. The class play was "Peg of My Heart". The class motto was "The elevator to success is not running: Take the stairs." The class colors were Red and White. The class flower was a red rose and the class sponsor was Mrs. Edith Moore.