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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
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Attention is attracted by the miniature statue of Liberty, a memorial left by the Class of 1926.
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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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Years lo come shall find us ever
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