NOTES – 1935

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 17: PMSS Publications (Published by the School)

NOTES – 1935
“Notes from the Pine Mountain Settlement School”
January and November

Two special issues with full lyrics of mountain ballads collected at Pine Mountain Settlement School were produced in 1935 by Evelyn K. Wells and the staff at Pine Mountain.


GALLERY: NOTES – 1935 January

CONTENTS

NOTES – 1935 JANUARY: songs ; folk songs ; music ; lyrics ; lonesome tune ; Aunt Sal‘s Song ; “releegious” songs ; Minnie Callahan Wells ; Edna Feltner ; May Ritchie Deschamps ; Florence Hudson Botsford  ; G. Schirmer Inc. ; Evelyn K. Wells ; “Aunt Sal’s Song” ; “The Nightingale” ; Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado”  ;  Glee Club ; Charles Morgan ; Mrs. William H. Pouch, National Chairman of the Approved Schools Committee of D.A.R. ; Miss Richardson ; Miss Motter ; Miss Kingman ; Miss Purberick ; William J. Hutchins ;  Grace K. Willett ; Miss Upton ; Miss Whitford, Antioch College ; T.V.A. ; Community Day ; horses ; Mr. Winfrey ; dairy ; poultry ; Conference of Southern Mountain Workers ; Glyn Morris ; Arthur E. Morgan, President of Antioch College ; doctor’s horse ; flower garden ; rock walls ; fruit trees ; tree blight ; Roosevelt ; Air Mail dispute ; St. Lawrence Waterway Treaty ; automobile industry strike ; German threat ; Admiral Byrd ; South Pole ;  education statistics ; kindness to animals ; “March Winds” ; “A Mountain” ; Allene Malicoat ; “Lady or the Tiger” ; George Malicoat ; Richard Wilson ; Glynn Napier ; Lucile Perkins ; Alice Minyard ; Alex McIntyre ; Margaret Wilder ; Hubert Cornett ; James H. Cochrane ; James M. Stamper ; Alonzo Turner ; “Left Behind” ; Edray Cornett ; Pauline Walbrecht ; Lillian Worley ; Roberta Worley ; William Creech ; selected breeding ; poultry ; Home Economics ; recipes ; “Spider Corn Bread” ; sports ; “Liver Loaf” ; “Old Dobbins” ; maple sugar ; maple trees ; medical advice ; Line Fork ; Lawrence Lewis ; Bobby Ray Lewis ; Sam Smith ; Mable Smith ; Alonzo Creech ; Jewel Creech ; Ida Engle ; wells ; clean water ; roundworms ; typhoid ; flux ; privy ; vaccinations ; Dewey Lewis ; Virgil Boggs ; Homer Boggs ; Archie Boggs ; Lena Boggs ; Haywood Harris ; Berea-Pine Mountain Club ; Mr. Kendrick ; Silas Turner ;

We print here, most of them for the first time, a few songs learned from our neighbors and school children. – Evelyn K. Wells


GALLERY: NOTES – 1935 November

CONTENTS

NOTES – 1935 NOVEMBER: The Ballad Singer ; Greasy Creek ; Big Laurel Creek ; Lige Jackson ; Alice Cobb ; Silas [Si] Turner ; financial statement ; budget ; music ; lyrics ; Sally Bell ; “Lolly Toodum” ; Hell-fer-Sartin ; ballads ; 

[“The Ballad Singer”, a story by one of our neighbors, Lige Jackson] is printed for the charm of the character, and [is] also a rather accurate picture of life down Greasy Creek, as it is being lived today. – Alice Cobb


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