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Qupper leftl The members of the Library Club are
ifront rowl LeDare Hull, Sec-treas.j Linda Springfield,
Vice Pres., Pres., Wanda Hill, Pres., lcenter rowl
Iudy Webb, Vicki Walker, Sharon Fendley, Donna
Fiore, Sherry Dixon, Karen Dozier, lback rowl jerry
Champion, Rocky Knight, Angie Morgan, and Mrs.
Shirley Harrison, Sponsor. Not pictured: Becky jackson,
Rita Champion. lupper rightl Sherry Dixon and Rita
Champion stamp books to be checked out by Denise
Wilson. llower leftl jennifer Hall, Alice Noble, and
Bryan Lewis search for interesting books. The 4th
graders come once a week to check out books. llower
centerl Checking out books is a new experience
to Suzie Fendley, Celeste Colquetz, Kelly Ori, and
Chase Tucker. Mrs. Sims helps rhefn imc? pc-rms 'simple
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for the shelves.
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As the library expands and its
needs grow larger, it requires
more people to manage it. The
school does not employ a full
time librarian, therefore, the
students are needed to assist
the faculty in the maintenance
of the library.
The Library Club was formed
for this purpose. It is composed
of students who spend their
study hall time as library as-
With the addition of approx-
imately 300 new books this
year, the librarians were kept
busy. Most of the new books
arrived with catalogue cards.
The cards were placed in the
catalogue file, and the books
were then processed for the
shelves. The books that came
without cards required the
most work. Three to eight
cards per book had to be typed
before they could be pro-
After the books were finished,
the librarians had continuing
responsibilities. They checked
books in and out, collected
overdue books, and kept the
There were many books do-
nated tothe library during the
year. The most valuable ones
were a set of 42 volumes on
World War ll history donated
by ltflr. Trice jackson, and a
new set of Britannica Efiyfclri-
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Page 76 text:
laboveb Lettermen's Club members are: ltop rowl Rocky
Knight, Brent Knight, joe Wilson, Wells Bozeman, Danny
Bedwell, jerry Champion, Kirk Dozier, Bobby Digmon isec-
ond rowl Steven Calbraith, Kenneth Caddy, Dean Dunn,
Ken Nichols, Craig Wells, jamie Morgan, Ruthie Dunn,
Wayne Brasell, Terry Digmon, ithird rowl Bruce Caddy,
Mike Walker, Cerri Lyles, Sharon Fendley, Coach Clanton,
Kathy Dozier, Angie Morgan, Donna jackson. iupper right?
With syrup and vaseline in her hair, Ruthie Dunn models her
attire for initiation into the Lettermen's Club. flower far
rightl Officers of the l.etterrnan's Club are: Brent Knight,
Pres, Kenneth Caddy, V. Pres., Donna jackson, Sec-Treas.
flower rightl Linda Springfield enjoys slugging the old car
sponsored by the Lettermen's Club. The car was one of the
largest crowd drawers at the Halloween Carnival.
72 l.ettcfrmen's Club
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