News: Loyal Locals (9-Feb-1905)
Transcriber: Helen Blaha
----Source: THE LOYAL TRIBUNE, February 9, 1905
Headline--"Loyal Opera House Burned" Other pieces about the founding of a public library for Loyal:
High School Notes--
The teachers have started a movement to secure a free public library for Loyal A representative of the State Free Library commission of Madison will visit here sometime next week and we hope she will be able to offer the necessary aid. The expense will be very light and certainly public money cannot be spent to better advantage.
Such a library could be used in connection to the H. S. library besides furnishing the general public with the best literature. We hope the movement will meet with success. Headline from THE LOYAL TRIBUNE, May 25, 1905
LOYAL'S PUBLIC LIBRARY HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED AND IS LOCATED AT B. M. FULLMER'S OFFICE BUILDING (The article indicated that the library had 56 books.)
More progress with the library, new from THE LOYAL TRIBUNE, August 3, 1905
Miss Zana K. Miller of Appleton, arrived Tuesday evening to organize the local library into a state library and to list alphabetically by titles, authors, and classification, all the books and to place the library into proper running order. The card system will be installed. -And from THE LOYAL TRIBUNE, August 10, 1905
Miss. Zana K. Miller who has been here for the past week putting the library in good running order, completed her work Tuesday evening and left yesterday morning for Thorp where she has similar work.
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