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Editor ........ . . .
Assistant Editor ......
Business Manager ........... ....
Assistant Business Manager ..... . . ..
Advertising Manager .......... ....
Assistant Advertising Manager. . . . . . .
Photographer ................. ....
Boys' Athletics Reporter .... . . . .
Feature Editor .....,.... .... .
Art Editor .......
Literary Editors ......... ....
Girls' Athletics Reporter .... .... .
Society Editor ........... . . . .
Senior Reporter ....
junior Reporter ...... . . ..
Sophomore Reporter .... ....
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Betty Jean Friend
Typists ""' Pauline McWilliams
Advisors .... . . . 'Mr' Schultheis
l Miss Poston
A year ago last fall, there came an appeal over the loud speaker for all persons
interested in becoming librarians and, incidentally, in being helpful to the school, to
report to the library. The purpose of this call was to organize a library club in which
all the members could work in the library in order to help keep it open for students
who needed references and for those who wanted to read magazines and books.
Approximately twenty students answered that call and, as a result, we have a staff
of assistant librarians who keep the library open in the mornings while our advisor,
Mrs. Blasius, works in the junior high school library, and several who assist her in the
afternoons at senior high school.
On November 18, 1943, the Library Club gave an assembly in which students
from the audience were called upon to be "quiz kids."
The Library Club meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, and has
as its ofhicers: Louise Bowers, presidentg Ruby Rice, vice presidentg Jean Loomis,
The members of the Library Club wish to thank Mrs. Grimes and Mrs. Blasius
for the excellent and inspiring advice they have given to the club. The club members
also appreciate their efforts in securing extrafcurricular credit for each assistant
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Smith. Third Rnw: N. Pond. A. Young, K. linx. L. Culizigaiii, DI, Grccnc, R. Risch. Strnhlc. bl. lrxithcr. Fourth
Ruw: D. Huinsworth, Krug. L. Briinnur. Vi. Lixnning. Buchziiizni. M. Epstein. Fourth Row: B. Slaillsnrilh,
C. Pollock. Brchin. Rauch.
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First Ruw: Miss Frzisch. gulvisnrg E. Iirzincis. Ncws rcpurtcrg M. Adwck, Sccrcl:1i'yfTrc:isurcrg Barker. Vice
president, B. Hills, PIACSldCI1l. Sucund Ruw: VC. Achaiucr. M. Stone, R. A, Nnrris. B. Dillon, F. Tipton, G. Heins'
wnrth. Third Ruw: R. Vkfarlls, H. Hcinlcin, P. Pond, Recs, L. Bcoughcr.
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