The Caddo Herald
May 12, 1922
The Cat’s Paw
Harry Pace, Editor
Don’t tell anybody, but you know Miss Collier doesn’t go to Durant very often any more.
No practice at the second period on Polly Lou.
Pauline is taking music and you can hear her practicing in the auditorium most any time.
Mr. Shaw had the Seniors call a special class meeting to the cancel the order for caps and gowns, break the engagement with Rev. Hotchkin for the baccalaureate sermon, and arrange some kind of program for graduation night.
A new member, Ernest Miller, has entered the senior class.
Some girl is already vamping the new senior.
Miss Marie McClure was seen talking to a “man” in the hall the other day.
Seniors are practicing or the commencement program.
Miss Moore is right there when it comes to being a senior sponsor.
Miss Ellen McClure is helping the Eighth Grade with the graduation exercises.
Mrs. Coffee certainly believes in written lessons these days.
Charles had to buy himself a new cap before he left Durant. He struck out three of the best players of the American Legion team at Durant.
What will Helen and Cleo do when their green umbrella wears out?
Friday morning at first period we had assembly. Everyone was feeling extra fine and sang unusually well. Two selections were sung by Lillie Craghead, Maurine Kuschke, Lena Willis, Alice Maytubby, Stanley Smith, and Stanton Carroll. The music class sang “The Call to Arms” and would not respond to an encore. Mr. Shaw told us about the results to the ball games at Valliant.
The seniors took pictures the second period Friday. They’ll be beautiful, naturally. Seniors! Seniors!! 1922!!