Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

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BD' V3 x 9-' Dkplxzf lxfxffff RECALL 1946 X x X I N XNQG-5----74...--4.1.- .ful- "Z--"' eg,-I I l !!l U dwg? -me IJIIIJIISIICC! by The Sezzzo Class UNION CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS Broken Arrow Oklahoma xxXx Q 1111 xxx 1 Nofxfi QA xwx pm 'VP SA QQ 1 .hr . X .X vnu- -kt r , .xi Q ' . R , 1 l V ,s ., K A - X1 ff Zfsx '-H-.- .K .A W, K Y 1 A ll -5- A-'R-'ff . Y. A! - - - 5 A ., in ,A l ,, I V .-... ... F I, - - A- . V ,V A . ' A ..:.. 7,f.'..p1 412' 'fi-' . lwf- FJ , 'Tfgg' - 'rt' 515 gk.. Q h js,-R ' 5' ef- ,, I i F - ' ' b T.,:.:.,, :-roi.. W L-,Z - x ...uf O, , , 4, nf- 1 . , . . , 1 A l 3:-:-3-' V K A fi- -,,, , 4 . ' 4 5 ll ll ' , - C . ' ,I - J r my k I S 3 Q if , - ,Q ' . ' I ' MI ii ai! 'dig I , , rg- +1 pl- . K ,. ,A RFQ.. - - W- 1-,.f : - -,-5 A 5532 H ' ? ., NW-.4 2:.,...,..,.,.. ,, ...i ,, , 'S eq , V M A ui ,A I S! r i 1-P N. l oo 'I . 2 . A .-lvlstln " . wx-y - ,. A--.w1',' f -"of-s" f " 5 ' " if ' 5 3L,. ' Q- -f-'-"A . I: U p .- ' A' , - "' , ,' .-.' v- 1 . 4 -'..xj,k:w4'. , , -J . - M' . ' - I ' f, If , Q , Vs U 1 x In x, q 1 Of I If I 'Wi 'IT I3 'N 'lf fi I SCHOOL P Gm Building Contents D6d1C8tIOU Adm1H1StTdtIOH raculty II SLTIORQ Classmates distory will Time Marches I CLASSVS Sophomores and Freshmen Wightn and Seventh Grade Athlptmcs Clubs Music IV ACTIVITI D mUR.a F I VI ACKLO Royalty Campus Scenes 21 22 23 Hho's who Time Marches Back school Creed and bong LEDGEHUS Contributors and Advertisers 2 NW! 53 Av LY L - ------ ------- - ------------ ----------- 1. , ..................-.-.. --------------- 2. ' ---------------- ------------- ------- 3. - - . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.,..,........ 4. H ..-...-..---.------ ------------- ------- 5 . --------------------------------6-7-8. 1 ---------------------- ---------- ------- 9. I ......-.--...---------------- ----------- -10. On ---------------- ----------- ---11. II . ' M Juniors ----------------- - -------------- ---- --12. ----------------------13. H ------------------ ---14. ,' ----------------- ---------------- 15-16. -------------------------------------17-le. .' ""' """""""""""' """""" 1 9 0 V. QA V' --------------------------------------20. ----------------------- - - -24. f ' - ------------- ------------------ ---- 25. . ---------------------------- 26. ' ' ----------------------- -27. ---------------- 28. Q -:viz I , MQ 1, LQ LCG fl0l1 All good thxrvs ure the result of soneone's tlreless effort He owe so ruch to tnem for what me have eccompl1sned, for txe ef fort they weve enofn to melntaln h1gh stenduzds et UD1Oh For their interest end ever present ceslre to better the entlre scnool pro gram, for thelr splrit of QUIQUDCG ana creutlveness we respectfully dedlcete this publication to our Board of Education J seniors 1940 If 41.3 1 l"4 wwf' I 4 H nes M Haters s MI. 3 K g I C ' 1 I MI. V. M. Hines-President, Mr. T. W. Peters-Clerk, and Mr. Guy Miller-Member. I JL. 1 : tt, 4 . k ,H 4 , th x - N.N ., 1 ' A, ,Q ,, v , sfo ' Lf , x ' K .. Hr. T. W. K I'U'lCl,9a This book wa made posslble through the concerted and cooper ative effort of our graduatmg seniors They have ettenpted to leave a permanent record which will RECALL 1946 Treasure it as a memory and as a remlnder, for these days will not come aga1n I hope this book will insplre those students st1ll in school to higher and nobler ideals Pledge yourself to be an insplratlonal and an acco plished part of all school activities Make a record that you may someday RECALL with pride Robert B Grove Am N bl C . O El - O . I ' to 1 Il . . l I I f 4553. u N A ' 'i N N K' ls . - .im t 1 U, 0 1 1 K f 4-'ii f JK xxx xw,A ' ' my A V-Z,,ff 1 , . 0 U l 1 I X V . R -' 0 1-as as I g U I U,,9el'U'l fen enf The quality of this yearbook will increase as the years pass because of the treasured memories that will return as the pages are re-examined One of the chief objectives of the Union Board of Education and faculty is to provide oppor tuniti6S for pupil growth through participation in school activities as well as in the field of academ ic achievement All the seniors have shared in this enterprise They have our congrat ulations and best wishes Mr I B Jones JU ,Af -f-x.X Nv CLC!! '1l.. 'WCW 15151. LK D !l P f li SILZBIBILIU 1 lllE.d.iLLL IDEA Ill F432 :nhl ,- 4 .4 yu! First Row Miss Gibson fourth grade, MISS Robertson home economlcs, Miss Osbourn vocal MUSIC, Mr Grove Principal rs Bigham flrst grade, Miss Hard1n third grade, and hr Jones Superintendent Second Row Mrs Reding second grade, Mrs wagner com merce, Mr. Boevera agriculture, Mr. Wheeler band director, Mrs. Schuttler seventh grade, and Miss Fewcett f1fth grade. ll: l-I ll "U ammo "- Rl-TIN S, I : J ?!l!l9i.ff'.f1if,r, ff? u 5 4 rp Qlll. 4.x RUTH HOORE Sec and Trees Basketball Softball Glee Club Senior Play 0 JANICE POPLIN President Basketball Softball Band F. H. O. Senior Play Glee Club Feature Writer 7 eniom is? A 8. I- A 32 4 4 vi . CAM DOROTHY SHOOK Vice President icem Basketball Softball Senior Play MARGIL GFFORD Reporter F H O Quartet Glee Club Senior Play Library Secretary Asst Ed V"Recal1 High Lights Feature md 6 nr.-if ! X ,2- .lv 4 . JI V J 1 N P, ' " V JIS . . . I ' SN P fl P ' A X? 2I1l0f'5 ..."'f' JOAN hOL'I F H O Pres Quartet Glee Club Library Pres Asst Ed 'Hi Ligzts Editor "Recall" Senior Play PAUL VESTAL Basketball Softball Quarfet Senior Play pf' '--ff 11' ., f -.I X LEONARD HEIXIE F F A Pres Band Senior Play Quartet Basketball Softball ouvw smrrrmcrou X F H O Senior Play Softball Band Q I H1 Lights Typist 7 'iii-' Q x 1' HERMAN ST . CLAIR 1 CLIFTON REDING F F A Sec Band Major Quartet Hi Ligxts Typist Basketball Softball Senior Play F. F. A. Quartet Senior Play Scouts Hi Lights Editor Business Mgr. "Recall" eniord 5 1 lx x 2 7 .TUNW SIOOK Glee Club Senior Play F H O Secretary 1 5' RUBY PETERS H O Senior Play gg x In Lights Typist H1 Lights Humor 135 Softball tlgg 'G WP Cyan: .Mafory This is a world of sweets and sours and the students who entered Union Figh School in September, 1942 found out its truth From new schedules t initiatlon Geraldine Parris, Mary E Penry, Joan Holt, Violet Howard, Ellen McDonald, Erma Hlls, Ruth Moore, Janice Poplin, Ruby Peters, Eileen Reagon, Dorothy Shook June Shook, Olive dhittington, Wanona Williams, Morna Yetter Betty DeRieux, Burl Bagwell, Bobby Dewltt, Floyd Falladay, Lloyd Hollada Pussel larrel, Halter hlrlchm, Dalton Thomas, Paul Vestal, Fred Bill Zerbe Herman StClair, Hiram dilson, Leonard Hedge, and Paul Reavis found that high school was a new social experience as well as a harder row to hoe Janice Poplin was our first president and Mrs Williams served as class sponsor on our new venture dhen the class met in September ,I945 as sophomores the class had fewer faces present as the class had dropped to nineteen members New students were Delores Blmsset and Clifton Reding Mr Fred Gesin was chosen as our class sponsor 1n our second year of high school Paul Reavis was elected president and when he left at mid term vice-president Leonard Hedge became president September 1944 found the number still less Those left to work for seniority were Delores Blissit, Ruth Moore, Ellen McDonald, Ruby Peters Janice Poplin, Dorothy Shook, June Shook, Clive Jhittington, Erma Mills Burl Bagwell, Leonard Hedge, Clifton Redlng, Lloyd Holladay, Herman StClair and Paul Vestal Margie Noffard Joined the class for the second semester Ae Juniors we presented the play The Big Blow Jp', a comedy in three acts Those having parts were Dorothy Shook, Burl Bagwell, Clifton Red1ng, Olive Nhittington, Ruby Peters, Berman Stflair, Delores 311BB6t, Joan Holt, Paul Vestal, Erma Mills, and Janice Poplin Lloyd Holladay was sound affect man The Junior Senior banquet was given on April twelfth The theme was patterened from Pawaiians customs and styles Mr Fred Gesin again served as sponsor and much credit must be given to him for our progress Cllfton Reding as president captalned ' The Ship of 1944 Th1s is the last year 1945-46 The last or scnooldays for some e days that some have been looking for The days some hate to see pass This class has worked and planned through the school years Some meet graduation with cheers and laughs, some with sighs and tears Some feel lost and out others feel they have just found themselves Nevertheless this year is great event for our class We have reached a milestone, we are entering a new phase of our life We hope we are prepared to cope with the trials and tribulations that face us in adulthood Our last play production was a farce in three acts called 'Pigtails' and included all the class members in the cast Ne gave the play May 10 and it helped us close our school days with flying colors as it was a huge success, we thought Oh yes that day of days, 'Sneak Day , when we boldly did somethind we had always longed to do but lacked the courage Yes on Aprils Fool Day we walked out on Mr Jones, toured the country and did just as we pleased We really had a big time and what we did will not ever be recorded,' we hope The annual Junior-Senior banquet was held April 24th with the theme of decoration taken from the land of tulips and windmills, and in keeping with tradition we had the sunrise breakfast the following morning A day we will never forget for we had a wonderful time We wish to express our thanks to our sponsor Mr Robert B erove, who retained his paitence in spite of the constant uproar Commencement was held lay 16, with somber speeches, diplomas, well wishings and yes some tears We terminated our stay at dear old Union.Conr solidated but you can bet your last dollar that this class will not soon be forgotten People will long look at our picture in the hall and express 'Seniors 1945-46, what a group they were 9 CAM 'W f Q wiis " A ! Al' ,l bf kt., fn QQQ IRD Ae, the Senior Class of 1946, of Union Consolidated School, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma being of sound mind up to this present time, do hereby declare that all wills made by us before this time be abolished Ne appoint our sponsor, Robert B Grove of Union Consolidated High School, the witness of this, our last will and testament and direct that he shall act as such without bond Charlotte Simpson, I, Joan Holt, will the knowledge I have acquired at Union High Betty Haworth, I, Ruby Peters, will all my boyfriends KAnd may they be as big a help you as they were to me I Jim Lester, I, Clifton Reding, will my Drum Major's uniform P S Think you can fill mooooo? a bit Ruby To Franklin Wright, I, Herman St Clair, will my position as Editor of 'Union Hi Lights To Betty Haworth, I, Olive Mae Nhittington, will my ability to talk baby talk To Billy Zerbe, I, Leonard Hedge, will my most frequent trips to Broken Arrow but not for the same reason as I went, Bill Herschall Parnell, I, Clifton Reding, will my typing tests Wilma Parnell, I, Janice Poplin, will my quiet and timid ways A Bill Taylor, I, Ruth Moore, will my perfect attendance -. Cecil Kelly, I, Paul Vestal, will by basketball suit Alfred Meier, I, Herman St Clair, will my interest in all the freshmen girls gig ,lp William Owen, I, Leonard Hedge Jr , will my saxophone CSwing it Willie old kid, swing I if Betty Haworth, I, June Shook, will my feather bob D0n't spare the scissors, Betty Charlotte Simpson, I, Margaret Wofford, will my fondness for horse back riding Happy landings, Charlotte Ruby Holladay,and Nilma Pgrnell, we, Janice Poplin Ruth Moore, and Dorothy Shook, will our ability to vander around these halls of our never to be forgotten school, and also may all names given to us be transferred to you Now girls please don't disgrace the wonder ful names the Junior Class, we, the Seniors of '46 will all our good times and our home room the Sophomores, we will our old report cards dxe Freshmen, we w1ll all of our authority during initiation the Teachers, who have toiled so diligently to make us better citizens, we, The Senior Class, will all of our marked up books, our chewing gum under the desk, all of our frowns and groans, and our sympathies for next year's seniors I0 1 - l N. L 1, f 2 C7 v z, V c 4- Q , - f e. f 5 ' SX J 7 ' xc J 1 X f 4 , fl' g i .l:'Y W ' 1 ' I X 12 To . To . to . To . . . it Ji ..... ? To Ruby Holladay, I, Dorothy Lee Shook, will my blue jeans. You may have to roll them up - N. . q To . 0 To ' . gg!!:5 K -4 , 'ro . 'ro . I X To o 0 'xl To ' . . 1t.!..1D To v . . To ' " - , To - , . --- - To ' , To ' . To A . To 6, Vip It was midsummer on the old plantation Out on the southern oleander enshrouded veranda sat a young gentleman Sweet fragrances drifted to him from the dew starred magnolias Dream ily he drifted back to the old days at Union Down the path, on the wings of the night, a pan orama appeared who is that negro maid in the picture? June Shook? Say, she's qulte an actress I hear she's making a thousand dollars a week' And to think she got her start in 'The Ready Made ram ily' back at dear old Union Look' There's someone slipping in a window' Goodness, I hope they catch him Ah' There, they jerked him through Oh listen he is getting a good thrashing I understand now, it is Clifton Reding Will he ever learn to get in before 4 30 A M ? Even big band leaders can't toot their omn horn lil Clifton My that was a good rodeo largie Wofford stole the vhole show She raxsed those broncs on her farm, 'Wofford s Paradise' She had an audition the other day The Metropolitan Opera says she's the best singer they ever heard She turned the offer down though just cannot get away from being a farmerette So you are the former Miss Ruth Moore Life ae a housewife seems to agree with you H always thought you would be a nurse as that was all you could talk about, unless it was well maybe we had better let the past bs. What a big farm' And six tractors' Why that must be Leonard Hedge Jr's place Oh, I see it is Hedge Ir and SONS He seems to be a prosperous man and to think you could get that way farming Maybe he earned those B's in Mr Boevers' Ag class Oh, he has a very popular band, I understand the prosperity now That's him coming, whistling a mixture of Caledonia and Hubba' Hubba' Hubba' Why all the noise? Oh, 1t's a basketball game between the former Dorothy Shook's and Jan Popl1n's children. Dorothy's boys seem to be loslng the game. Janice, your daughters are very good. I guess you have the advantage of more subs than Dot. Hello son. Say, you cou1dn't be Paul Vestal's boy could you? That's what I thought, you look just like him, Jun1or. Are you the only child? No? There are five more of youo That's a n1ce family, 1sn't it? Tell your dad hello for me. I must be getting on to see the others. Well' Well! Senator St. Clair! This is a surprise. How is the St. Clair family? understand you are the greatest speaker in Washington these days. I guess we all owe a lot to Mrs. LaFon, especially the speech class. You're in a hurry? Oh, I see you have to pass five more bills today. Well, good luck. There is something strange. That's undoubtedly Olive Whittington, but she's married now. hat? She isn't Mrs. R. G. Parnell? BBBBBut-- Well! Wonders will never cease! A Marxne you say? And me met him at the bus station! Once there was a sailor boy, he lived in Tennessee. Now he is the husband of our own Ruby P. Let's look in and see her. Do you see what I do? There's two little sailors and two little waves!!! That's being true blue all the way 'round. I hear a lot of cows. So Joan did major in dsirying. She said shs'd never live on a farm. Ha. That was a good one. She tells me she's never live any place else now. Maybe winning that prize for being the best milker in the U. S. inspired her. The prize? It was a jersey cow and a ten karat gold milk pail. ll 1FEK'.7 H !1- A " D.-agp: ldfncku 1 I 5 39 i me marched n . . I lfl,I'll0l'5 'v 'J X 1 v-QQ tg X ' 4 sn ,155 .P -l ' . 7 ff 'Vai ftfelggj 5? 4' KL Q '4' Ta 'U va 'Q ."'lff'f,','L":,'A ' .A I I. I W X. v A ' . '- f ls f v V5'l ' f ,Lu P'-e V ' ' ' ' - if jf,n Na " -.. L Z A ' 1 3,U I h x W A :Z - ' rf ': li , ' .Q A . ' , , W. 1 , . ' W lv' - I I ,Q 1 iff k ,lf V' ': : 1 . 1 ' 1 1 F" , - swf :ea al a ' 1 so f X s I 1 I n l a 1 n n A I ' ' "' . ' Nas . 5 U , ."' llnnaaenu III, ff .14 . llnlnnunul ':::, . , V,f 2 1 : : : I I : : : I 1 A I 1 ' " I l ' lun: alms :nuns ' ,w,.' ig 1 ll r . , l f 'ff , x Q A .- 1- I ' . ,., 5 . .. .,,alu1. . ' ' fd ' 1 V'-7' . " , I - N to r T R2 ' ' . V "' 4 x l ' w I :rt T7,. 1 J ' l 'fir an ,Q , 2 1. I ' ' L. 't - 9 ' ' "' wifi NIJ 1 gl I, .'r,,.. 4u1"3' X Z' ' ,J . I L W 4,g"1,I,q1f,.5. , n h ' Q 5 T , al EL .V .23 -F v nk 99211 Ira Q -, v.s-Ea if xi NZ -1.2 U f ea- 5" 75, l ' "f get First Row Miss Roberts n Charlotte Simpson, B111 Taylor, Jim Lester, Betty Haworth, Herschall Parnell Second Row: Ruby Holladay, Bill Zerbe, Alfred Meier, Cecil Kelly, Wilma Parnell At the beginning of the year 1956 our enrollment was fourteen mem bers We lost Jim Key, who went to California, and gained Bill Woodring, who later joined the Air Corps The class officers include: Bill Taylor President Herschall Parnell Vice President Wilma Parnell Secretary Treasurer Betty Haworth Reporter Miss Ruby Robertson Sponsor Activities of the year include: the Annual Junior Carnival October , with two hundred and eighty dollars as the net amount Ruby Holladay and Herschall Parnell were the class queen and king The junior assembly was presented October 5 February 15 was the date set for the junior lay, 'The Ready Made Family' a three act comedy featuring ten characters The cast included Wilma Parnell Agnes Martyn Alfred Meier- Bob artyn Ruby Holladay- Gracie Martyn Olive dhittington - Marilee lartyn Charlotte Simpson -Miss Lydia Cecil Kelly -Henry Turner Jim Lester - Sam y Turner Betty Haworth Doris Turner June Shook Begonia Washington Franklin Vrxght- Nicodemus Pipp The Junior-Senior banquet scheduled for April was patterned after the hatch . 'I2 50,9 OITL ored 715 KW. all flirt ll.l 3 -as' 2.6 5.1 1 ejlttlm i -kiei' in 1 198.82 Wire. as Q 0 'iv Z 7'- Firet Row Betty Folland, Lois Shook Dorothy d1llhite, Jewell whitt1ngton Larcheta Mayfield, Mr Boevers Sponsor Second Row Delores covn 1 ehlrlay Willertor, Clara Boevors, aucille Skidmore, J D Robinson Third Row: Andy Crawford, Carl 'h1ler, Charles McPherson, Marion Jones, Jackie Metcalf, Dan Benson P25 lnen fl Nm!-1? 3 Q V Q an Q .f" 162.639, f' EIC! lhwg his .1 llllll First Row: Janice Tinney, Farrel Chambers, Mary Ruth Evans, Jesnelle Martin, Barbara Sexton, Lola Sarasua, Mr. Wheeler Sponsor. Sbcond Row: Joan Gindt, Kathleen Lancaster, Charlotte Inslee, Barbara McCullick, Betty Albrecht, Oleita Poplin. Third Row: Neil Moore, Gordon Kirby, Ollie Wright, Jack Jones, Donald Shook, Alvin McOurley, Johnny Sarasua. I3 ,. M. I A - l K . -. 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' B E First Row Wanda Tinney, Bernice Reese, Jennie Evans, Ora Bell, Betty Nelson Ebrothy Reese, Velma McDonald, Bobby Graham Second Row: Mary Bell, Jo Ann Brown, nth Kelly, Betty Brown, Dnald Hedge Jerry MeCurley, Bobby Shook, B111 Smith, Mrs Wagner Sponsor Third Row Freddy dunter, Jackie oeorge, Philip Judkine, Paul John Levis Mart1n Toon, Lawrence Miller, Bill Williams eUeI'l ra e A,f aa Lf mon, 'D JS? Q-' First Row Bobby Bradley, B111 Boevers, Don Downey, Lillian Perry, Jessie Wright, Dorothy holladay, Harver Goerge, Carroll Kemp, J1mmi6 Hardcastle Second Row: Tom Lester, Bennie Stevens, Floyd Davie, Everett Taylor, Frankie ff1Hg8Y, Genevieve Zerbe, Iva Wewman, Lenora Gaylor, Mrs Schuttler Sponsor Third Roux Donna Whittington, Elvin Fallford, Hilda Jones, Betty Elvington, Mary Lou Haworth, Elaine Bilby, Helen Haworth, Inia Newman, Joan Hull 'I4 ,Q - "T . l l G '94, 9+ A rf: A ,,, gy ri N V L Y, AU-2, .-L, kg' ,fi .G L Q - L ' . S 4 LA? ,xii , I - ' in Q - ' . ' A-A Q ., 4 . 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'I5 L, 3 y .fgflmdhca Fir t Row Jacf Jore center, Franklin nrlgnt guard raul Vestal cert r, ardy rawford forward, and Bill Taylor forward Second Row Carl 'iller guard, Leonard Hedge forward Clifton Reding guard, Cecil helley forward, Cnarles HcPherson guard, and Herschall Parnell guard Coach Mr Prove .1 16 W f I 0 5 "-'C A L C V x 1 1 , 1 A . F 4 , I 4 ' - , 2 J. ' ' y DI Y 'x , I I L X ' J A K E I 1 . if .nav 515.44 1 LU! 0 SYWW First Row Miss Robertson Sponsor, Betty 'olland June Shook Secretary and Trees urer, Jeanelle Vart1n, Betty Albrecht, Oleita Pop11n, Barbara Sexton, Charlotte Simpson Second Row Lucille Skidmore, Harcheta Mayfield, Margie dofford Sona Leader, Joan holt President, Olive dhittington, Ruby Peters, Louise Chambers, Shirley Willerton, Lois Shook ViceQPres1dent, Betty Haworth Jewell dh1tt1ngton Delores McDonald Clara Boevers, Joan Gindt, Charlotte Inslee A? LH 10 S A. S-s ng! Nz g 5. 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LW- First Row: Lillian Osbourn Director, Janice Tinney, Lola Sarasua, Shirley Wlllerton Joan 'iolt Second Row Barbara Sexton, Margie Wofford, Marcbsta iayfield, Charlo-r,f,g Inglgg, Jewell, Martin, Betty Haworth Charlotte Simpson Third Rows Hary Evans, Kathl-9011 Lancaster, Barbara McCull1ck, Clara Boevers, Lois Shook June Shook, Far-rel Chambers, Betty riolland all mf CH Wi' 'BZFPR 'F' iii: im. 8903 I F 'W ,--V'-1 .. x x! Mrs Gene LaF'on sponsor, Barbara McCu1lick hostess, Joan Holt President, Margme alofford Sec Treas Jewell zlhitt 'mgton Hostess, vlilma Parnell Vice President The Library Club, organized only this year has done much toward making Un1on'e library a more efficient foundation It has brought problems to closer attention and aided each librar ian to do her job better 18 ee Lt gf? Q ' ij A - 1 I .. D ' ' 'xg lag. ' -. Q H ' ' Ll Q .Q 1' N - 'f 3 U ' 'J ' I ', E 1, Q . - 1 , ,y n - ' T .pang f ' ' ' N 9 , 3 , , grim' . V tr A ' 7 . 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