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Page 37 text:
IST ROW: E. Smiley, R. Bader, S. Dodd, Miss Helton, C. Barrow, G. Halford. 2ND ROW: J. Werns-
man, M. Michael, J. Johnson, M. Grebner, R. Hogan, J. Broers. 3RD ROW: M. Ringness, I. Bach-
man, J. Welle, R. Kamm, D. Janssen, M. Kiesewetter, D. Byerly. 4TH ROW: C. Wagner, B. Mixon,
L. Schutts, C. Garber, K. Volz, J. Lancaster, C. Grebner, V. Huser.
The library was formerly housed in what is now Mr. Brown's office. The new
library was originally the home economics room.
Library procedures are different because of the new physical condition and the
new schedule for study rooms. Tables in the last half of the room seat 30 students
who check in with their study room teachers for one period or an alternating
It is necessary for a student to use the card catalog and fill out call slips
before checking out books.
The permanent reference books are in the south section of the reading room.
Current magazines are easily accessible to the casual reader, and a reserve
section is also in operation.
Librarians are chosen on the basis of scholarship, integrity, accuracy, and
inte rest in books.
Miss Helton is in charge of the library and has twenty-five librarians.
THE. METAMORA HERALD
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IST ROW: G. Rauh, E. Smiley, R. Schertz, J. Fauber, W. Christ, D. Waldschmidt, F. Grebner. 2ND ROW: J.
Wernsrnan, H. Smiley, F. Carlson, F. Gaetz, C. Wagner, P. Ringness, C. Garber, B. Wernsman. 3RD ROW: K.
Christie, R. Hodel, J. Locker, T. Ghiel, P. Donavan. R. Ruder, J. Adams, L. Zimmerman. 4TH ROW: D. Wag-
ner, D. Wagner, G. Halford, V. Dyar, D. Marchand, J. Hines, C. Hagaman, I. Dehority.
The Chem-Phy-Bio Club has 31 members. They elected as their leaders
Ronald Schertz, Presidenty Walter Christ, Vice-presidentg and Joanne Fauber,
Secretary-Treasurer. There were four sections and they each met in their
respective rooms every other Friday.
The nursing section, under the leadership of Miss Dotlich, studied first aid.
Mr. Laitas directed the photography group. They sponsored a contest in which
eve ry contestant took his own picture, developed, and printed it.
The novice license was the goal for the Radio Electronics section, which Mr.
The Chem-Phy-Bio Section used mice and Drosophila melanogaster, fruit
flies, for hereditary experirnentation.
MEITAMORA SHOE STORE
H. B. Parker
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QUEEN SHIRLEY HOSHOR AND HER COURT
"Lots of fun for everyone" was true of the 1952 MTHS homecoming. Old
and young alike were welcome to join in on the happy festivities and to keep
memories of gay old times.
Homecoming began with the assembly on the afternoon of hobo day, October
17. Everyone, dressed as MTHS hobos, met in the auditorium. The first thing
on the program was the announcement of the homecoming queen, Shirley Hoshor,
by the football captain, Anton Engst.
Following the announcement of the Queen were well-planned skits given by
every organization and class. After the skits were presented a hobo court was
chosen from the best-dressed hobos. Reigning over it were Queen Lula Mae
Fandel and King Steve Stampe r.
A parade in the streets of Metamora came after the assembly. The band
led the parade and following were: the football players riding the fire engineg
the Queen and her court riding in a convertibleg a float reminding people to
voteg decorated carsg and hobos everywhere. After the parade a pep rally was
held which concluded hobo day festivities.
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