The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1953 Page: 83
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The faculty members of the Mineral Wells High School
are conscious of the importance of the library as the cen-
tral factor in the program of instruction in the school. In
order to meet the demand placed upon the library for such
a progressive program of instuction, many students in the
High School offer their services as assistants to the libra-
rian so that good library service may be rendered,
The organization of the library club assistants in Min-
eral Wells High School is known as the Hub Club. One
of its members, Frances Carlock, is the president of the
Seventh District of the Teen-Age Library Club of Texas,
being the first member to serve in that capacity.
EVELYN COOPER Treasurer
GAYLIA GLIDWELL ....Vice-President
JOY SMITH Secretary
First Row: Purcell, Swaner, Helton, Miss Tackitt. Second Row: Fowler, Hay, Merrell, Shuford, Watson,
Guinn, Shewmake, Smith, Eubanks. Third Row: Reasoner, Moore, Humphries, Hamric, Baker, Bond,
Herring, Gomez, Greve, Hill, Harbin, Blue, Blue, Blackwell, Garrett, Davis, McDonald, Liles. Fourth
Row: Wright, Martin, Kincaid, Evans, Shewmake, Pemberton, Anderson, Bott, Carlock, Cooper, Robin-
son, Cowley, Massey, Glidewell, Choinacki. Fifth Row: Odom, Moore, Henry, Wortham, Moss, Ackley,
Adkins, Moore, Watkins.
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