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Nt-1 ol' the most attractive rooms in the Junior-Senior lligh School Building is the Library.
This room, on the North side of the building, is well lighted, the white walls and mahogany
tinishcd woodwork adding.: attractiveness. There are seven tables, with six chairs each. All
the furnishings are in mahogany. A large filing cabinet serves its purpose well as a container for
reference material. lmnli reports aml pictures. A magazine rack is filled with the best periodicals.
aml up-to-date issues are always at hand.
The Librarian's desk with its index cards and other essentials is a chief feature in this busy
'I'hc pictures which are to be found on the walls add much to the attractiveness of the room.
One. a scene from "King Lear," adds much beauty by its exquisite coloring. The pictures of the
interior of the Khicms Cathedral are inspiring and beautiful.
Attention is attracted by the miniature statue of Liberty, a memorial left by the Class of 1926.
lt is signihcantly placed, ever holding aloft the Torch of Light as an inspiration to patriotic and
A display rack is hlled with books recently acquired and these with maps of countries, pic-
tures of modes ami architectural designs form an attractive display.
On the two bulletin boards may be found suggestions appropriate to the seasons. Birthdays of
important people and approaching special historical days are always emphasized here by portrayal
ol' particular material.
At prcscnt there are about 2050 volumes in the Library. The different colored bindings of
the many books also brighten up the room.
The system of classification used is the Dewey system because of its practicability and sim-
All in all the Library is a beautiful place. An inspiration to those who love books and an
invaluable aid to the inquiring pupil. The opportunity offered by this complete Library unit is
uns-xcelled by any high school in the state. We are justly proud of it!
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