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Page 29 text:
One of the quietest places in this school was the
Library. It was run by Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Green.
These two ladies worked hard at keeping the
thousands of books in order for us, along with pamphlets.
magazines, and newspapers. To make things somewhat
easier for them they have invented a new filing system.
This made finding things quicker and easier.
At the back of the library was the Audio Visual room.
Once again Mrs. Sharp was in charge of the A.V. Near the
end of last year new equipment such as record players,
screens. carts, and proiectors were bought.
Adams was proud to have such a fine library and
A.V. in its building.
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Page 28 text:
The main office continued to be an
important aspect to the smooth
operation of Adams. Much work was
accomplished by the three women who
worked in the main office. Mrs.
Gowanlock, who served as Mr. Griffin's
secretary. also took charge of informa-
tion regarding the buses and driver's ed.
Mrs. Moore handled the switchboard.
while Ms. Debolt replaced Mrs. Garcia
as Mr. Cleaveland's secretary.
Once again. the busy attendance
office was run by Mrs. Borck. Along with
some student assistants. she kept the
attendance records of Adam's students
in order. Her hard work kept the
attendance office running smoothly.
And she was the person who published
the weekly detention lists.
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Page 30 text:
and more. . .
The English Department at
Adams had much more to offer its
students than just English Grammar.
ln courses such as Shakespeare.
Drama. and Poetry. students learned
to further their education in these
This year a new addition to the
English Department was the Project
Advance course. This class is
comparable to the freshman English
class at Syracuse University. lt was
worth 6 credits at universities and
colleges nationwide. and was taught
by Mrs. Mallon.
Besides the new class at Adams.
there were two new English teachers
this year. They were Mrs. O'Connor,
the energetic sophomore sponsor. and
Mr. Freeman, the coach of the Debate
Team and the Literary Club sponsor.
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