The Call Number, Volume 21, Numbers 9-10, Summer 1960 Page: 34
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BACK AGAIN! Bernarda Jaime, an LS graduate, is back in school this summer--the
School of Education. She is now principal of the Archie Parr Elementary School in
San Diego, Texas. Mary Nell (Holcomb) Hasty and Janelle Moore are also in summer
school. They are beginning their Master's in Education.
TRIPS: A card from i and Frank Gafford, Jr., tells of their sight-seeing in
Vancouver, Canada. He is High School Librarian at Alpine, has begun working on
his Master's degree this summer at the University of Washington Library School at
Seattle, Washington. Mary Kay Briggs writes that she is enjoying the wonderful
climate of Hawaii. She was among those who saw President Eisenhower on his stop
there recently. Sharon and Shirley Deaver are taking a trip to California this
summer in their car. They wili both go back to their same school library jobs in
Houston in September. Their new address: 5079 Val Verde, Houston 27. Kenneth
Mjaaland reports a flight to Paris and Rome in June for a short vacation.
CONGRATULATIONS: Travis Tyer, Seminole, is the incoming chairman of the School
Libraries Division of the Texas Library Association. He also attended the ALA
meeting in Montreal in June where he led one of the "buzz sessions" of the School
Librarians group. Bill Gooch, Amarillo, is vice-chairman and chairman-elect of
the Public Libraries Division of TLA.
NEW ARRIVALS: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cope (Elinor Howell) announce the birth of a son
on June 12. This makes two boys and two girls for them now. Their address is
11861 MacGill St., Garden Grove, California. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green, Nederland,
Texas, where he sJunior High School librarian, now have twins--a boy and a girl--
born before Christmas. Mary Lynn (Neal) Bradshaw, in school this summer, has
brought her young son, Kevin Lynn, to visit the department. He was born Feb. 10,
1960. Lt. and Mrs. B. C. Lankford (Mary D. Balthrop) have a daughter, Leslie Anne,
born early this year. The Lankfords will be moving from Abilene, Texas, to
Delaware about the first of July.
SOME THINGS ABOUT SOME OF US: Flora Richardson, back from several years in Euro-
pean libraries, is now librarian of the Orange (Texas) Public Library. Her address
is 1604 Cherry St., Apt. 14, Orange, Texas. About her library work with the Special
Services Branch of the Armed Forces, she says, "As you know, I found it very stimu-
lating and would not be back in the U.S. were it not for fear of becoming an
expatriate." Lee Brauner, Dallas Public Library, is attending Peabodys working on
his Master's in Library Science. He is Social Chairman of the Texas Club at Pea-
body. That's our Lee! Jerry Griffith, Route 1, Ganada, Texas, reports that he is
working as a farm boy on his father's farm this summer. Mrs. Flora Duncan, of
Kilgore, visited friends on the campus in June and stopped by to chat. Our apolo-
gies to Jack Ward whose name was erroneously omitted from the list of charter mem*
bers of Alpha Beta Alpha in the last issue of the CALL NUMBER. Linda Allmand writes
interestingly of her new job in the Children's room of the Denver Public Library.
She seems to enjoy living in the "mile high" city and expects to enroll in the
University of Denver Library School this fall. Margaret Cox is also turning her
classroom learning to reality by working in the Children's department of the San /
Angelo Public Library this summer. Milton Giles visited the campus briefly in June.
Mary A. Cox, of St. Mark's School in Dallas came by to say "hello." Delretha
Taylor, of Vernon, took eime from her camp-counseling near Wichita Falls to pay us
a brief visit.
NEW POSITIONS: Beginning July 15, Mrs. Margo Miller will be librarian of Wilbarger
Co. at Vernon, Tex.-Laverne arley has accepted a position as librarian in the Elem.
School at Killeen, Tex.-Agnes Luecke has accepted an invitation to join the library
staff at Southwestern Univ. at Georgetown, Tex., beginning the fall semester.-Anita
Savage will be employed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs; her assignment will take her
to Chinle, Arizona, to work among the Navajos.-Mrs. Evelyn Isbell expects to be workA
ing in the Dallas Public School, yet subject to assignment.-Kate Holman will be
Children's Librarian at the Amarillo Public Library, the Mary E. Bivins Library,
beginning August 1.-Mrs. Opal Baxter will be High School Librarian at Sour Lake.
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