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Colorful Crusaders join First Assembly Church for camp

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Cindi Fry/The Highlander

Dozens of children attended the Kids Crusade, Wednesday July 31 to Aug. 2 at First Assembly Church of Marble Falls. The evening program featured faith-based lessons, activities, songs and special guests including “Lollipop the Clown.”



Library Anniversary pays tribute to founder

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Lois Anderson ~ June 14, 1884-April, 29,1956


By Glynis Crawford Smith

The Highlander

In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Library at 101 Main Street, organizers will be looking even farther back in history almost 70 years.

During a whole week of events, Oct. 1-7, visitors will pass a picture of Mrs. H.R. (Lois) Anderson (June 14, 1884-April, 29,1956).

The year 1948 was is the date historical accounts credit as the beginning of one woman with pushing forward a dream of a library in Marble Falls.

Anderson had already been rallying support with the local Parent Teacher Association when plans were announced that year by the Burnet County Library Board of Directors to incorporate branches in Marble Falls, Bertram and Briggs. The news that PTA, Federated Clubs and Home Demonstration Clubs would get behind the idea of donating books, set Anderson on a search for a location.

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