PINE CONE 1933

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

THE PINE CONE 1933
February, March, April (Literary Supplement), October, November


TAGS: The Pine Cone, Pine Mountain Settlement School, student publications, students, poems, editorials, elections, farm work, parties, Berea visitors, Practice House, books, talks, WCTU lecture, debates, assemblies, industrial classes, mechanics classes, Fair Day, Minstrel Show, world news, essays, alumni, sports, weaving classes, Thanksgiving program, Fireside Industries, Mrs. Roosevelt, Medical Settlement at Big Laurel, road repairs, logging


CONTENTS: PINE CONE 1933 – FEBRUARY
Vol. 4 No. 2

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New Election
Elementary School News
Winter Sports at Pine Mountain
Charles Frazier – The Beauty of Pine Mountain in Winter-Time
Joke on Mr. Dodd [Arthur Dodd]
The Farm Work

SOCIAL EVENTS
Mr. Morris’ Party
Boys’ Parties

Boys and Girls Change Places
The Berea Visitors
New System of Model House Keeping [Practice House]


CONTENTS: PINE CONE 1933 – MARCH
Vol. 4 No. 4

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New Books
Mr. Stapleton’s Talk
Book Lovers
W.C.T.U Lecture (Mrs. Omer, Lexington, Ky)
EDITORIAL
“Ivanhoe Program” (for Miss Oradell Malan’s class)
Valentine Party
Reading Test
Debate
Spring Plowing Begun
Parties on Free Night
Dancing Gallopede ; Gathering Peas Cods ; Won’t Get Home Until Morning ;
Rufty Tufty ; Haste to the Wedding
Freshmen Victorious
Honor Roll Students
Food For Sale
Senior Party
Interesting Assembly Program


APRIL 1933
LITERARY SUPPLEMENT

Eva Lewis – Springs Advent
Alafair Miniard – Pine Mountain
Ulysses Shackelford – Untitled
Ulysses Shackelford – A Proposal
Iva Shroeder – Spring
Alberta Creech Inflated People
Lucille Wilson – A Mother’s Prayer
Manon Dixon – A Pine Mountain Tragedy
Susie Hall – A Poor Widow
Thomas Madon – Thanksgiving
Charles Frazier – Wamba’s Thoughts
Eva Lewis – The Sage King
Wilmer Creech – The Fatal Day in May
Polly Turner – The Rescue
Polly Wilder – The Fatal Death
Frona Cooper – The Last Journey
Woodrow Cornett – The Frog Tragedy
Lucy Shroeder – A Sad Homecoming
Belva Pace – A Tragedy
Alma Bird -“Big Boy”
Eva Lewis – On Imagination
Grace Turner – The Indian Maidens

LYRICAL THOUGHTS
Lucy Shroeder
Edward Adams
Wilmer Creech
Bertie Wilson
Lucille Perkins

Mellie Huff – My Best Friend
Ulysses Shackelford – A Ranger’s Passing
Ed Adams – The Life of a Farmer
Frona Cooper – The Student Council
Polly Turner – The Hospital
Lucy Shroeder – Essay on a Cake
Susie Hall – Weaving Looms

GALLERY: PINE CONE 1933 – APRIL
Literary Supplement


CONTENTS: PINE CONE 1933 – OCTOBER
Vol. 1 No. 1 [Volume and Number changed]

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Reorganization of the School’s Program. New Industrial Classes Added to School Curriculum
Boy Breaks Arm. Accident in the Creech Family (11-year-old Robert Creech jumped from the running board of a neighbor’s car and fell.)
Farm Boys and Mechanics Work Hard Together. Silo Filled. (Praise of farm manager, Mr. [Oscar] Kellner and his crew.)
Old Faces in Coming Show. Minstrel Show to be Given
Pine Mt. Plays Host to Community. Fair Day A Success
“…Hog, chicken, and cow calling contest. … Big Laurel Set Runners walked away with the dancing honors.”
Barbourville H.S. Students Visit Pine Mt. Campus
People To Live Longer (diet, food)

WORLD NEWS IN RETROSPECT

Thousands Drowned in China
Byrd Expedition (South Pole exploration)
Jews Return to Holy Land
$75,000,000 for Relief (Roosevelt allocation)
Russia and Italy
Repeal Vote Nears (Maryland goes ‘wet’)
Edward Adams – Cooperation
“Cooperation not individualism must be the byword.”

Uncle William’s Dream
“…Our enrollment at Pine Mountain School has smashed all records, we are proud to see Uncle William’s Dreams Working Toward Fulfillment.”

FROM THE SCHOOL ROOM – Essays by students
On Our Campus
“A Stream”
“Description of a Mountain Rabbit”

LIGHT MOMENTS

ALUMNI NOTES
Winfield Cornett ’33 is in Boston, MA
Eva Lewis in College at Berea
U. Shackleford ’33 is following wheat harvest in Middle West
Lucy Schroeder ’33 is attending school at Richmond, Ky

NEW ATHLETIC PROGRAM INAUGURATED BY SAVAGE
Intramurals and games between School Boys and Big Laurel affords much sport
Mr. Dodd’s Out Door Health Class
Athletic Board (formed)
Hike Notes
Tennis

Big Laurel News (Community)
Practice Cottage (Mrs. Palmer)
New Mechanics Department
New Baby on Campus ( Mr. & Mrs. Boone Callahan)
The Why of Mountain Colors in the Fall. Popularized Botanical Article of a Common Annual Occurrence
Weaving. Weaving Class Started


GALLERY:  PINE CONE 1933 – NOVEMBER
Vol. 1 No. 2

Mr. Morris Touring New England States. Gone Month visiting friends of school
Dr. Weeks Guest of School. Accompanied by Five Berea Students
Thanksgiving Day Program Enjoyed
Student Minstrel Show a Huge Success
Miss Christensen Returns Home

Miss Abbey Christenson [Abbie Winch Christensen], left for her home in South Carolina Nov. 11. Although vacationing at Big Laurel, she has been teaching dancing and helping Mr. Morris with the Medical Settlement program.

Mrs. Roosevelt Buys Fireside Industries Product. Community Made Brooms to be Xmas Presents
Board Members Spend Week at School
Halloween Party

WORLD NEWS IN RETROSPECT

$25,000,000 to help move unemployed families from cities to country
League of Nations
Gold Mining Booms

Friends (Cooperative spirit encouraged with community)
Grades

FROM THE SCHOOL ROOM
Marvin Lucas – Whispering Valley
Grace Turner – A Loom

LIGHT MOMENTS
Sport Teams Fighting for Places and Letters. Intramurals well under way with keen competition between teams
Manual Training Department
Fireside Industries Department
The Dairy Cow. It’s Importance and Way for Good Breeding. A Farm Article of Timely
Interest to All Who Farm

ALUMNI NOTES
Winfield Cornett ’33 is in Boston, MA
Eva Lewis in college at Berea
U. Shackleford ’33 is following wheat harvest in Middle West
Lucy Schroeder ’33 is attending school at Richmond, Ky
Big Laurel News (Community)
Medical Settlement Opened at Big Laurel
Nolan’s Store Robbed. Store Broken Into – Clothes
R.F.C. Working Again. Big Laurel – Pine Mt. Road Being Improved
Another Boy Born on School Grounds (Glynn Morris Cornett)
Logging Line Fork. Timber Being Cut and Hauled. (Inter Mountain Coal and Lumber Co.)
Assembly Debate
Assembly Hour Great Success. Varied Program Given to Students


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