PINE CONE 1939 January

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 17: Publications PMSS

PINE CONE 1939 January, Vol. 6 No. 5


Tags: Pine Cone 1939 January, student publications, editorial staff, editorials, school events, Infirmary news, Pine Mountain Health Association, Community Group, talks, debates, the Dairy, Book Party, John A. Spelman art exhibition at Berea, poetry, alumni news, current events


CONTENTS: PINE CONE 1939 January

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THE PINE CONE, Vol. VI, No 5
Pine Mountain Settlement School
Pine Mountain, Kentucky

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THE PINE CONE
Student Publication of the
Pine Mountain Settlement School
Pine Mountain, Kentucky

THE STAFF
Burton Creech
Lucille Christian
Mary Louise Williams
Ruby Ayers
Ruth Shuler
Geneva Miller
Maxine Holbrook

Set-up and Printed by Students of the Pine Mountain
Settlement School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky

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EDITORIAL: AMERICA AND EDUCATION

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THE LEDGER: A Laconic Annal of School Events by Lucille Christian

Jan. 12 – Senior students listened to a radio discussion on freedom of American press (at Zande House).
Jan. 13 – Stella Taylor talked about Community Class.
Jan. 14 – [American Western film] “The Plainsman”
Jan. 15 – Visitors: Dr. Johnson, U. of Mich. & Dr. Matthews, U. of Penn. who made a survey of school life.
Jan. 16 – Nan Milan left for Asheville (NC) Normal School; Mr. and Mrs. Dodd left for vacation in Georgia.
Jan. 17 – Miss Weller discussed Pine Mountain in relation to other schools and colleges.
Jan. 20 – Talk by Mr. Morris about his trip to England & watching English Country Dancing, etc.
Jan. 22 – Older students joined the first of a series of discussions with Mr. Morris on religion (at Zande House).
Jan. 23 – Mr. Young gave talk about work at Pine Mountain.
Jan. 25 – Mr. Morris & Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left for Washington, DC.
Jan. 28 – Costume parties at Big Log and Laurel House with games, contests and dances.
Jan. 29 – Rev. Matthew Smith was guest speaker at Chapel.
Jan. 30 – Mr. Morris discussed values of grades and credits.
Jasper Day moved from Turkey Fork to Pine Mountain.
Mrs. Nancy Browning died Dec. 31. Mrs. Browning and her 17 children lived at Little Laurel. She was buried at Nolan graveyard.
Mr. Grant C. Creech moved to Indiana to take up farming.

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PINE MOUNTAIN INFIRMARY NEWS
Meeting of the Pine Mountain Health Assn is planned to talk about advantages of belonging to the Health Assn; Pine Mountain Infirmary is open to school and community at all times.

COMMUNITY GROUP SCHEDULE
See list of workers, students and their locations and assignments

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FORUMS AT ZANDE HOUSE
Junior and senior classes invited each week to Zande House for debates on national problems as released from the “Town Hall Program of the Air.”

Each week Mr. Morris discusses religion with juniors and seniors.

THE DAIRY
“In 1920 the Joy Stock Company was organized for the purpose of increasing the milk supply at Pine Mountain.” Joy, Delight, Joyce, Jerseys, Ayeshires, Holsteins, milk supply, milk house; milk cooling system, cream separator.

COMING — THE BOOK PARTY
The Book Party begins soon with a costume party.

ART EXHIBITION
Mr. John A. Spelman III will send a collection of his work to an exhibition at Berea College Art Building; description of the collection.

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A TOAST TO LAUREL HOUSE GIRLS
A poem by M.A. Somones, Feb. 8, 1931. “Found in an old book in Laurel House living room.”

ODE TO THOSE GOLDEN GALS OF ’31

WITH THE ALUMNI – Alumni news by Mary Louise Williams
Dillard Turner ’25
Jake De Hart of Farley, KY, married Harriet Hamilton of Farley.
Howard Burdine ’27
Nan Milan ’37
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Creech and daughter, Carol
Virgil Smith

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INFIRMARY NEWS (continued)
Movie: “The Virginian” shown to community attending the meeting.
“Weekly Clinics” at Incline and Divide Schools and Big Laurel Medical Center.
Dr. [Wilmer S.] Lehman; expectant mothers

SOME USEFUL HINTS ON TABLE MANNERS – see list.

CURRENT EVENTS As Interpreted by Burton Creech
Book of German Nazi propaganda by Colin Ross



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