PINE CONE 1932

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

PINE CONE – February, May, October, December 1932

TAGS: The Pine Cone, student publications, Pine Mountain (KY) Settlement School, Pine Mountain Health Association, physicians, Dr. Kenneth N. Gould, student governments, Big Log, students, vespers, editorials, poems, marriages, ordinations, Glyn A. Morris, foot-bridges, births, manure pits, vegetable cellars, Athletic Association, Schoolhouse, English folk dancing, plays, Arbor Day, editorials, debates, Swimming Pool, Ayrshire bulls, dental clinics, class officers, Fair Day, minstrel shows, essays, sports, student assembly programs, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Playground, Silo, student teas, country dancing, President Hoover


CONTENT – February 1932, Vol. 3 No. 1

Page 1
“Health Club Organized: Many Neighbors Present” [Pine Mountain Health Association]
“Pine Mountain Gets Physician” [Dr. Kenneth N. Gould]
“Students Form Local Government: First Steps Taken Toward Self Government”
“Furnace Installed at Big Log

Page 2
PINE CONE
Editor-in-Chief: Maxine Frazier
Associate Editors: Eunice Cornet, Lucy Schroeder, Augustus Shoemaker, Cleo Stamper
Assistants: Herman Draughn, Eva Lewis, Norma Lewis, Egre Manning
Publishers: Reed Johnson, Charles Frazier, Oscar Peace

EDITORIALS
“Democracy…”
“Study Hour”

Vespers [poem by Edna Noe]

Page 3
MISCELLANEOUS
On Science – George Trosper; Quotes from Weston Leader

POEMS
Rats at the Barn – Woodrow Cornett
Twilight – Polly Wilder
The Pine Tree – Georgia Lee Griffith

Page 4
LOCALS
[Marriage of Mr. Ova Sexton to Miss Becky Mae Huff; ordination of Glyn A. Morris; new foot-bridge construction; arrival of Paul Darwin Lewis, namesake of Mr. [Darwin] Martin, Board President; progress of manure pit and vegetable cellar; Athletic Association party at Schoolhouse]

JOKES
ANNOUNCEMENT (ad for the Pine Mountain Press)

GALLERY I – February 1932


CONTENT – May 1932, Vol. 3 No. 2

Page 1
“Miss [Dorothy] Bolles Arrives: Miss [Dorothy] Campbell Assists” [English Folk Dancing, Cecil Sharp, Laurel House Dining Hall, Sword Dance, Morris Dance]

“The Midsummer Nights Dream Presented in High School Auditorium” [Margaret R. Motter, Director]

“Memorial Grove Planted on Arbor Day” [directed by Mr. Nichols, state forester]

Page 2
PINE CONE
Editor-in-Chief: Maxine Frazier
Associate Editors: Eunice Cornet, Lucy Schroeder, Augustus Shoemaker, Cleo Stamper
Business Manager: John Hayes
Assistants: Herman Draughn, Eva Lewis, Norma Lewis, Egre Manning
Publishers: Oscar Peace, Augustus Shoemaker

EDITORIALS
Life is Like a Stream – Augustus Shoemaker
“Country Dancing” – [Lead by Miss Bolles]

Page 3
“International Problem Seeps into Pine Mountain” [Tenth grade English class debates on whether U.S. should enter League of Nations]
Swimming Pool Opens”

POEMS
Spring in Pine Mountain – Alma Bird
Influence of Weather – George Trosper

Page 4
LOCALS
[School’s acquisition of new Ayrshire bull from Masonic Homes Farms, Elizabethtown, PA; State dental clinic held at school; Dr. Laird, dentist; Miss Katherine Pettit spends month with Stapletons at Line Fork; Spring plowing and planting underway.]

[Ad: Pine Mountain Press]

“A Trip to Alaska” [A talk by Miss Longest]
“Miss Bolles Arrives” – Continued from page one.

GALLERY II


CONTENT – October 1932, Vol. 3 No. 3 

Page 1
“Classes Organize” [list of officers]
“Large Crowd Attends Fair Day”

LOCALS
[School gives first minstrel show]

Page 2
PINE CONE
Editor-in-Chief – Edward Adams
Business Manager: Phrona Cooper
Reporters: Alma Bird, Winfield Cornett, Susie Hall, Woodroe Cornett, Polly Turner
Publishers: Charles Frazier, Oscar Peace

EDITORIAL
[Student Government begins 2nd year at Pine Mt.]
“Student Government Officers” [Charles Frazier (President), Alma Bird (Secretary), Lucy Schroeder, Belva Pace, Della Turner, Herman Draughn, Oscar Peace]

A Description from the Study of “The Tale of Two Cities” – Glynn Napier
[Ad: Pine Mountain Press]

Page 3
ESSAYS
Resolution – Eva Lewis
The Vulture – Eva Lewis

Page 4
SPORTS [Describes various leisure activities at Pine Mt.]

JOKES

LOCALS (Continued from first page) [Miss Frank entertained Seniors at Pole House; assembly programs included singing directed by Mr. [Arthur] Dodd, art talks by Miss Wallace, and current events by Mr. [Glyn] Morris; Charles Frazier’s appendectomy]

GALLERY III


CONTENT – December 1932, Vol. 3 No. 4

Page 1
“Thanksgiving” [preparation and activities]
“Student Assembly Programs” [presented by various classes]

Page 2
PINE CONE
Editor-in-Chief – Edward Adams
Business Manager: Phrona Cooper
Reporters: Alma Bird, Winfield Cornett, Susie Hall, Woodroe Cornett, Polly Turner
Publishers: Charles Frazier, Oscar Peace

EDITORIAL [Student interest in election of the U.S. President]

MISCELLANEOUS [Debate: whether military training should be compulsory between ages 18 & 20; Two visitors from Berea College: Mrs. Weeks and Miss Barret]

[Ad: Pine Mountain Press]

Page 3
“Halloween Party” [participants and prize winners]

SPORTS
“Pine Mountain Basketball Teams Defeated”
“The Playground” [improvements, ball teams]

Page 4
“The Silo” [construction and use]

“Social Activities at Pine Mountain” [Halloween party at Open House; student tea hosted by Mrs. Carter and girls at Big Log; country dancing taught by Mr. Morris and music by Mr. Dodd and Victrola; eighth grade party at School House; Miss Frank entertained Student Council at Pole House.]

“A Letter from the White House” [in response to Charles Frazier’s letter to President Hoover]

[PMSS extends sympathy to family of Alec Day.]

GALLERY IV


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