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Page 31 text:
i'Bring back Books" was the slogan used
by librarians when they launched the pro-
gram to try to recover some 600 books
which were missing from shelves at the be-
ginning of school last fall. The plan did
not bring in all books but did add some
donations and lost books to our shelves.
Some 139114 new books were added this
summer. When Knights and Ladies re-
turned to school last fall such new books
as the best selling t'Hawaii" and uAdvise
and Consentw were on the shelves. Such
reference books as the 54 volume set of
"Great Books of the Western Worldf' 6'Van
Nostrand Chemistry Dictionaryf, Life
Magazineas 4'World's Great Religions,"
"Britannica World Language Dictionary,"
and 'lSmithsonian Treasury of Science"
were added to the shelves. Facilities of the
library and services of the librarians are
always available to students. Those on the
library staff are ready to assist in any way
they can-a student has only to ask for
help. Resources of the library include
more than 15,000 books of all kinds and
subscriptions to more than 65 magazines.
MRS. ALMA G. DOUGHTY: Librar-
iang Member, Delta Kappa Gamma,
Library, Great Books, Student Council
Committeesg Sponsor, Library Club.
MRS. ETHEL GAY: Associate Librar-
iang member, Okla. City Librarians,
PEO, Great Books, Library Commit-
teesg sponsor, OSLA, Library club.
Keeping new magazines out on the rack and old ones on file is quite a task
Here Donna Thomas and Margaret Duncan file old issues for future reference
Magazines are kept on file from three to five years
Memorial Room Holds Treasures
Summer activities, trip through the City library may have its Charles France room, University of Oklahoma may have
southern states and the Bahamas. its DeGolyer collection, but Northwest Classen has its Anton H and Ella D
Classen memorial room. Here Mrs. Alma Doughty and Mrs Ethel Gay look over
the "Portrait Book of Presidents" in the memorial room
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Shepard Byars Davis
Haynes Peale Rippee
Van Pool Walker Wallace
MISS GLADYS SHEPARD: Sponsor, Senior
class. Miss Shepard attended summer school at
Colorado State college, Greeley, NEA conference
in St. Louis this fall.
MISS OPHELIA BYARS: Member, AAUW,
Delta Kappa Gamma, NCSS, Womens Dinner
Club, sponsor, Coronets, Pep council. Summer
activities included a tour of South America.
MR. CLAY DAVIS: Sponsor, Boys' "O" club,
Junior class. Mr. Davis spent his summer work-
ing on the YMCA Baseball Program.
MR. STEPHEN ELLIS: Member, OCSS, Calen-
dar Activities committee, sponsor, Falcons.
Summer activities, workshop, Central State
MR. JERRY HAYNES: Member, Parking, Stu-
dent Welfare committees: sponsor, Boys' NO"
MRS. DOROTHY PEALE: Member, Audio-
Visual committee, sponsor, Y-Teens.
MISS .IEANNE RIPPEE: Member, Social com-
mittee, sponsor, YTK, Y-Teens, Sophomore class.
MRS. PAT ROBERTSON: Member, Phi Beta
Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Delta Phi Alpha, Kappa
Delta Pi, Mortar Board, sponsor, Coronets, Stu-
MR. DON VAN POOL: Member, Okla. State
Coaches Assn., Professional committee, sponsor,
Boys' HO" Club. Mr. Van Pool taught summer
school at Central High School last summer.
MRS. PAULINE WALKER: Member, Kappa
Delta Pi, Pi Lambda Theta, Alpha Phi Sigma,
Library, Honor study halls committees, sponsor,
MR. CALEN WALLACE: Member, NCSS, Fac-
ulty, Planning, Guidance and Counseling com-
mittees, sponsor, Falcons. Summer activities,
graduate work at Central State College.
by Study of Past
Aim of the Social Studies department
is to help students adjust to political,
social, and economic conditions they will
meet in a democracy. By looking back
into the past, students gain appreciation
and understanding of their heritage
which will help them to become useful
citizens of tomorrow. Courses offer an
understanding of todayis events and en-
courage an attitude of responsibility in
supporting A m e r i c a n institutions.
Courses offered: Oklahoma history,
civics, World and American history,
world and social problems, psychology.
Jane Lawson and Malcolm Haney look
through Oklahoma scrapbooks prepared as
class projects by Miss Lucile Taylor's Okla-
homa history class of l957 and 1958 and pre-
sented to the Oklahoma room of the library.
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Steve Enders, NWC Senior, will vie
for a first place prize of S6500 offered
by the Oklahoma Bankers Association.
His 300 word essay on "Why I'm
Proud to Be an Oklahomann was chosen
by the English department as NWC's
entry in the contest. State judging
will be handled by the School of Jour-
nalism of the University of Oklahoma.
Steve gained encouragement and aid
from Mrs. Hazel Livingston.
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'Theme Approach' Keynotes City 3 mar
High School English Departments
MISS HELEN BOURKE: Member, Scholarship and Awards
committeeg Sponsor, Ir. Red Cross.
MRS. MIRIAM BURTON: Member, OES, Delta Delta, OCTE,
Kappa Kappa Iota. Professional, Great Books committees.
MR. GORDON ERIKSEN: Member, Student Council, Planning,
Arts and Decorations committeesg sponsor, Falcons.
MISS KATHERINE GIBSON: Member, Scholarship and Awards,
National Honor Society committeesg sponsor, National Honor
Society. Miss Gibson traveled through eastern United States last
MRS. HAZEL LIVINGSTON: Member, Delta Kappa Gamma,
NCTE. Last summer Mrs. Livingston attended a Newspaper
workshop at University of lowa.
MRS. MADGE MILLS: Member, Student Council, Library com-
mittees, sponsor, YTK, National Honor Society.
MRS. OLA MAE OAKES: Member, Activities, Student Council
committeesg sponsor, Courtesy Club, junior class.
MR. SIDNEY OHMART: Member, NCTE, OCTE, National
Honor Society committee, sponsor, Lancers. Summer activities
included graduate work at Central State College.
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