The Caddo Herald
October 8, 1926
We have about twenty-two seniors this year and we’re going to try to make things hum. The girls greatly outnumber the boys- 16 girls and 6 boys. However the boys captured the bulk of the offices. We had another meeting and Mildred Guthrie was elected reporter.
A committee appointed by the president, Max Meadows, selected the following: colors- purple and white; motto- Do not stare up the steps of opportunity, but step up the stairs.”; flower- white rose.
A great number of seniors went to Bennington to witness the football game. We are very proud of “our” boys, who played so well.
We are anxious for our rings to arrive. We think they’re the prettiest we’ve ever seen.
History notes and notebooks are taking a lot of our time lately. It’s a shame the way we have to work!
Here is a sample of sentences written by bright(?) seniors in English literature:
- The literature which he wrote was very dante (Dante).
- The picturesque of the poem was fine.
- There were many squalors in Chaucer’s time.
- The squalor of knighthood was widely known.
W. J. missed school Monday and reports having a fine time.