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January 3, 1933
Mr. Burtsfield welcomed the new members and explained briefly the organization of the W. L. Library and its financial condition – budget…etc.
The Library until last year received a 7 cent levy – last year it was reduced to a 6 cent and this year 5 cent.
The Dec. draw in 1932 amounting to $1927.00 will be the last money collected at 6 cents. This should have been $2076.00, but delinquent taxes cut it to $1927.00
The Librarian’s report was given showing 4297 books on the shelves and as average daily circulation of 165 books.
Bills to the amount of $279.19 were presented and ordered paid. Mr. Burtsfield quoted the law showing a cut of 10% in the salary of the Librarian and Janitor would have to be made to comply with the same.
A temporary com. Comprised of Mrs. McQueen, Mr. Graves, and Prof. Creek was appointed to nominate officers for the new year. Said nomination resulted in the election of:
There being no further business meeting adjourned.
F. A. Burtsfield – Pres.