The Call Number, Volume 21, Numbers 9-10, Summer 1960 Page: 33
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CALL NUMBER EDITORIAL STAFF
Editors, Summer, 1960. . . Opal Baxter, Agnes Luecke
Technical Staff. . . .Barbara Miracle, Patsy Posern
The CALL NUMBER is issued monthly during the
regular session, and once during the summer session
by the students in the Library Service Department,
North Texas State College, Denton, Texas.
LS PROFESSOR ATTENDS ALA-CLA CONFERENCE
Dr. Sarah Law Kennerly attended the joint American Library Association-
Canadian Library Association in Montreal, Canada, June 19-24. Dr. Kennerly
served as a member of the planning committee of the Library Education Di-
vision (LED), and reports that Dr. Robert R. Douglass, now of the University
of Texas and former LS professor at NT, was elected chairman.
Dr. Kennerly renewed acquaintances with the new ALA president, Mrs. Frances
Lander Spain, and with the first vice-president and president-elect, Mrs.
Florrinell Morton, Director of the Library School at the Louisiana State
University, also once on the NT library staff.
A delightful and profitable trip was reported by Dr. Kennerly--speedy too.
Jet flights both ways made it possible for her to hurry back and check on the
progress of her students, whose assignments had kept them well-occupied during
her week's absence.
THE SUMMER FACULTY
Mrs. Rosalie Fraser, Librarian at Hillcrest High School in Dallas, joined
the Library School faculty again for the first term. This is her third summer
Dr. Sarah Law Kennerly is teaching both terms at NT this summer instead
of returning to teach in the University of Michigan Library School, as has been
her custom. By remaining on the NT faculty, she was enabled to attend the
ALA-CLA Conference in June..
Mrs. Margaret Nichols, a part-time instructor during the long term, is
teaching full-time in the Library School this summer, both terms.
Mr. Truitt Hardesty's book-binding course is scheduled for the early-
risers the second term.
Mr. David Webb, the busy director of the department, found time to teach
one course the first term. His major efforts, however, are directed toward
having individual conferences, making degree plans, and untangling snarls.
Miss Dorothy M. Thomas, of the regular Library School faculty, is in
Wisconsin, enjoying the cool weather--working, too, we hear.
aRemember that skit once Rut on by the McCracken Club, "Real Gone With the
Wind?" It had another successful run this spring when the students at Graham
High School borrowed the script and produced it.
Left behind by a June graduate:- What will we miss? We will miss many, many
people; we will miss surroundings, incidents-too many to enumerate. But just
for a laugh, we will miss most of all the huddled huddles, the "she ses" quotes.
We will always look back with greater appreciation upon some experience than
any involved-at-the-moment happening. What were disjointed parts, we now see as
a whole, and realize how each connecting course dovetailed into one: LIBRARY
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