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Sunday Oct 10 Library ArticleTEEN-AGE ROOM - Friends of the Teen -Age Room of the library. Shown Library have, as one of their projects, at one of the tables are Mrs. Marshall refinished the tables and chairs in'the Muse Jr., (seated), and Mrs. Jim Carter. Annual Book. Fair Assists Friends Of Library Projects The Friends of Nicholson Me- oomplishments have been nu j morial Public Library will hold merous and varied and include the organization's annual Book cooperative projects with the Fain Oct. 16 on the grounds of Junior Service League, Long - the library at 400 South Green view Story League, Garden Street. The purpose of the book Clubs and other civic groups. sale which gets under way at Since the Friends began the 9 a.m. is two -fold: first, to give annual Book Fair, these coop - book lovers the opportunity to I erative projects have includ- browse among hundreds of old ed: a remodeling project where - and new books and to buy books by a business reading and spe- for home libraries at extraor- cially deisgned exhibit room dinary low prices; and, second, was created; refinishing of ta- to raise funds for the organi- bles and chairs in the teen-age zatinns' library projects. room, which was also remodel - The role of the Friends or- ed; landscaping of the gar- ganizati n in broadening the den area adjacent to the all - public library's program of glassed front of the library's service and in building its re- main reading room; framing sources of library materials is of the 42 original drawings by &-most important one. Its -ac- Merritt Mauzey from his book entitled "011 -Field Boy;" and providing the library with a circulating collection of fram- ed prints. In addition to these cooper- ative projects, the organization has been the sponsor ,of library related programs designed to bring the world of books and authors to the community. Actually the Book Fair is a year-round project in that books are collected all during the year for the once -a -year sale. President E. B. Crain has stat- ed that anyone wishing to con- tribute books may call the li- brary at 75&4252 and arrange- ments will be made for a mem- ber of the organization to pick up the books, or the books may be brought to .the library, if the donor prefers. In Cr. ain's words, "We have hundreds and hundreds of books for sale pric- ed from 10 cents up, and we would like for hundreds of the area's book lovers to share with us the excitement of browsing among these old and new books. We do not guarantee any first editions, but we do guarantee you will find a book for your special reading interest." Anyone interested in becom- ing a member of the Friends of the Library may join the or- ganization on the day of the Book Fair. Mrs. Robert Spark- man, chairman of the member- ship committee, along with members of her committee will be at a table set up on the library grounds. PATIO AREA — E. B. Crain, president of the Friends Nicholson Memorial Library. The area was I�nd- of the Library, Miss Paula Bramlette, (left), and Mrs. scaped by the Friends of the Library with the co- Bluford Stinchcomb are pictured in the patio area of operation of the garden clubs. OIL FIELD BOY CULLLU[ION—Marvin---colTecfion-The collection was pur- Mikeska and Mrs. Marvin Whitehurst chased by the Junior Service League are admirers of the .original drawings and framed by Friends of the Library. book lovers the opporl:unily to browse among hundreds of old and new books and to buy books for home libraries at extraor- dinary low prices; and, second, to raise funds for the organi- zations' library projects. The role of the Friends or- ganization in broadening the public library's program of service and in building its re sources of library materials is A most important one. Its ac - annual Prink_ Fair, these coop. bring the WOrld of books acrdrWe do not guarantee any first erative projects have includ- authors to the community. editions, but we do guarantee ed: a remodeling project where- Actually the Book Fair is a you will find a book for your by a business reading and spe. year-round project in that books special reading interest." cially deisgned exhibit room are collected all during the Anyone interested in becom- was created; refinishing of ta- year for the once a -year sale. ing a member of the Friends of bles and chairs in the teen-age President E. B. Crain has stat- the Library may join the or. room, which was also remodel. ed that anyone wishing to con- ganization on the day of the ed; landscaping of the gar- tribute books may call the li- Book Fair. Mrs. Robert Spark - �gen area adjacent. to the �a�ll- brary at 758-4252 and arrange- man, chairman of the member- lassed front of the library's ments will be made for a mem ship committee, along with main reading room; framing ber of the organization to pick members of her committee will of the 42 original drawings byI up the books, or the books may be at a table set up on the Merritt Mauzey from his be brought to the library, if library grounds. at the Nicholson Memorial Library, assists Mrs. Bruce Carnline while daughter, Shelley, makes use of the stroller. collection. The collection was pur- chased by the Junior Service League and framed by Friends of the Library. Staaff Photos By Marie Jones rrvu LeULU: ;I/UN—Friends framed prints, one of which Mrs. A. M. of the Library, with the cooperation of Willis Jr. views. Twenty-five new prints the Junior Service League, have made have recently been added to the col - available a circulating collection of lection. t