The Caddo Herald
December 15, 1916
High School Notes
Everything in school is doing fine in spite of the condition the heating system is now in. We did away with the radiators and put in their place some stoves, but it seems that the building stays considerably colder now than before; probably due to the lack of enough stoves. At any rate, we know that most of us have had colds.
We are putting in some very effective practice on the play that is to be staged at the Opera House next Wednesday night and think by continuing to work hard on the play we can have it in good condition by that time. The proceeds of the play will go for payment on the piano we now have at the High School building. Wit and Humor: Audra Hipp, St. Clair Homer, Joe Fox, Clarence Dodd, and Dohl Brown.
The Websterian Society, in connection with their regular program last Friday afternoon, organized a mock court which will take the place of some of the future programs. Officers were elected as follows: Dave Peters, judge; Clarence Dodd, prosecuting attorney; Luther Rowsey, lawyer; Roy Wilson, sheriff; Jewell Cobb, court clerk; Otis Smith, sergeant at arms.
Don’t forget to attend the play at the Opera House next Wednesday night.
We have two new members in school, the two Misses Clark- one is taking 9th grade work and the other is a senior.