Upon entering the High School building we find that, opening from both sides of the spacious entrance hall, chails of offices. The first office on the left hand or south side is that of the principal of the High School. This room serves as the general office and reception room. It is a beautifully finished room in oak woodwork with handsome new furniture to match. The furniture consists of a large desk, bookcases and several comfortable chairs. In this room is also found one of the noteworthy features of our new building, the telephone switchboard which connects all the rooms in the building with this main office. Back of this room and connecting with it is the principal's private office. This is finished just as the outer office, the walls of both being tinted a buff color. In this room are found just a desk and two or three chairs, large filing cabinets and a safety vault.
THE NEW LIBRARY BUILDING
After having had our separate locations within the last two decades the library was moved into its own building in January of the present year. It is a handsome red brick building, designed by Architect Charles W. Bates of this city, and located on Market street facing Twentieth, the site of the old High School building. It is placed so as to allow a maximum of light and air.