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Serving as a center for reference and recreational reading,
the Andrew Jackson library houses approximately 19,774
volumes and acts as custodian of Jackson Files, scrapbooks
and distinctive trophies. Our teacher-librarians provide
classroom instruction in the use of library resources and re-
search techniques, with practice sessions in the library. Ad-
ding another facet of interest and enjoyment, the Parents
Association holds its annual Book Fair here, attracting most
English classes and many free-lance browsers.
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DEPARTMENT CONFERENCE: Seated- Mrs. Adelaide Miss Margaret Koehler, Mrs. Marion Hermann. Standing
Bernstein, Mrs. Madeline Koob, Mrs. Frederica Tomlinson, -Mr. William Rhind, Mr. Milton Blatt, Mr. Emanuel
Miss Maud 3611, MF. Joseph Weisman, Mr. Lawrence Rich, Soshensky, Mr. Paul Burton, Mr. Samuel Schwartz.
Mrs. Gerstin assists students in her College prep read-
ing course as they practice speed reading.
STAR STAFF: Always ready to back up their magazine are
Adraenne Bernstein, Dolores Portilla, Natalie Liefert, Editor Ed-
ward Rubinstein, Mary Woods, Andrea Grant, Barbara Gladstone,
and Mr. Liebb, adviser.
Students in Mrs. Reeve's speech class
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When city people move to a farm, anticipating
the enjoyment of the delights of leisurely rural life,
they find that they have given up such luxuries as
running water, porcelain bathtubs and modern
appliances for the pleasure of pumping water, bath-
ing in a washtub and chopping wood to fuel the
All this was unfolded at the presentation of the
annual fall play, a dramatization of Betty Mac-
Donald's lively comedy, The Egg and I, produced
with a large cast after weeks of preparation involv-
ing tryouts, casting, rehearsals and more rehearsals.
Reflecting the skillful direction of Miss Margaret
Koehler and the training in stage techniques given
in her dramatics classes, the student actors per-
f rmed with poise and
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to the delight of an
Courtesy of L.I. Prem
First Row-Judith Burstein, Steve Samuel,
Carl Jahrstorfer, Phyllis Roelich, Fay Solo-
mon. Second Row-Richard Mazurkewitz,
Janice Benenson, Mitch Persons, Sandra
Courtesy of L.I. Press Q il' .
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