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June 17 in history

7:17 AM, Jun. 17, 2013  |  Comments
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June 17, 1952 - Jackson library well patronized: In its first week of operation last week the new Jackson Branch Library gave out 432 books and received applications for cards from nine adults and 73 children, Miss Sybil Schuette, head librarian, said today.

The Jackson branch library is in the new addition of Jackson school at Ninth Street and Ridge Road. It is open from 1 to 5 in the afternoon, Monday through Friday, and from 9 to 1 on Saturday.

A number of books at the Jackson Branch are on gardening. Among them are the following: "Better Fruits for Your Home Garden," Melady; "Annual Flowers from Seed Packet to Bouquet," Jenkins; and "Little Garden for Little Money," Brewster.

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