Energetic librarians prepare new books for the shelves.
STANDING: Ray Wuellner. W. Flohre, R. Sprauer. SITTING: R. Moakley, D. Geiger , W. Schulz, Ron Wuellner. ABSENT: C. Trzeciak.
Speed and efficiency characterized the Library Staff. A competent crew supervised uy Father Robert Brown, contributed a wealth of exp erience to the facilities afford ed by our storeroom of knowledge. Knowing the importance of today's literary efforts, the library encouraged the students to read more in order to ready themsel ves for the Ii terary life.
Although still in its infancy, the Radio Script 'W riters Guild headed by Bro. Joseph Janning awaited the opportunity to di splay its value in the school program. R ealizing the influence of radio on everyda y life, the members of this group met each month in order to pra ctic<; script composing and produce radio transcriptions.
STANDING: J. Hamer, J. Murray, R. O'Friel, C. Gentile. SITTING : J . Hauser, D. Kunka, D. Olinger, H. Spraley .
Busy Radio Writers learn that , "Practice malees perfect."