The Call Number, Volume 21, Number 4, January 1960 Page: 14
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Now that the holidays are over (and we trust that Santa Claus was good to all of
you this year), we are settling down to the tough grind of finishing up the semester.
All of the projects that were assigned early in the year are being hurriedly drawn to
a close (or even more hurriedly begun), and the L.S. students are even busier than
usual, if possible. Nevertheless, there are a few news items worthy of note.
First of all, we would like to thank all of you who remembered us with Christmas
cards. We got out the trusty tree-shaped card holder and had them on display for all
to see. For those who may have missed them, we are including the news that we gathered
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. King (Joyce), who received an early
Christmas present this year - Robert Lynn arrived on December 22nd. Their address is
1410 North Ramsey, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
We all enjoyed Tim O'Keefe's Christmas card which featured a very cute picture of
his little girl, Mary Elise.
Susanne (Sandborn) Goddard writes that she resigned from the Fort Worth Public
Library last fall to take care of Stephen Sandborn Goddard, who was born October 8.
Her address is 618 W. 2nd, Apt. 206, Fort Worth, Texas.
At Last we have Beverley Dotson's address - 921 Conner, Apt. 1, Fort Worth 5, Tel
Sorry to learn that Fred Boswell is ill and is in the Veterans Hospital in Dallas
Betty Bender writes that she and Bob are living at 423 Cedar Street, Apt. 5,
Cheney, Washington, and that she is looking for an opening in a library in the Spokane
area. Bob is enjoying his work at Eastern Washington College of Education where he if
the acting head of the Department of Business'.
Dick and Lucy wrote to tell us that the Crows have a nkw "nest" at 2001 East
Power, Victoria, Texas.
James and Wynnelle (Morgan) Robinson and their two children, Mike and Vicky Lynn,
remembered us with a clever Christmas card. Their address is 2326 Juniper, Fort Worth
Mary Lucille (Rodgers) Amos writes from Toledo, Ohio, that she is into her third
year of teaching the third grade - but some days she does miss the peace and quiet of
a library! (She obviously was not referring to our L.S. Dept.)
We received a request from Carolyn (Hendrix) Spidell to change her address on our
mailing list for what she says must be about the 23rd time. The current one is 1045
Cinderella, Pampa, Texas.
Dona (Hyer) Lloyd reports no change in status. Ken still raises pines and cattle
and she is still at the Rusk County Library. Her address is still Rt. 1, Henderson, Te
Another new address we received recently - Ferol Willbanks is living at 846 E.
Drive, Apt. 206, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Sangster Parrott writes that she has settled into a house and extends an invi-
tation to visit her at 2105 St. James Road, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Milton Giles has sent a new address: 1806 Western Ave., Orange, Texas. He says
he is considering going to school this summer, Some people never know when to quit!
Ruth (Osburn) Shelley featured a picture of her three children (looking at a book
of course) in her Christmas card. The Shelley family, which consists of Joe, Ruth,
Mark, Kent, and Treva, lives at 10434 Fairton, Bellflower, California.
Frances (Evans) King (Mrs. A.S. King) also has a new address - Camp Elliott
Ret, Com., San Diego, California.
Ann (Brookshire) Hinton is serving as secretary to the Director of Madison School
Libraries. She writes that this will be their last winter in the cold country, for hei
husband hopes to finish his dissertation. Her address is Mrs. Harwood Hinton 543 Wesa
Mifflin, Madison 3, Wisconsin.
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