Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 17: PMSS Publications
PINE CONE 1942 March, Vol. 6 No. 4
TAGS: Pine Cone 1942 March, student writings, editorials, visitors, essays, poems, streptococcus, Tomfoolery Show, Charity Fund, Harman Foundation
CONTENTS: PINE CONE 1942 March
Co-ops present Thornton Wilder’s Our Town play; streptococcus strikes the campus and many are treated with sulfanilamide and dishes washed carefully; Annual Tomfoolery Show is given; New winter sports tried out by staff and students at School on new bob-sled.
THE PINE CONE – “A school and community paper published monthly by the students of Pine Mountain Settlement School.”
Willard Enix – Editor, Bonnie Ayers – Assistant Editor.
Reporters: Gwen Hendren, Oral Howard, Velma Peters, Charlsie Vaughn, Mary Pace, Nelle Shuler, Carl Farley, Marbeth Peters, Sarah Vitatoe, Don Thompson.
Martha Anne Keen – Adviser.
Editorial: World War I; racial superiority; call for decency in behavior to others; National Defense on the School campus; “The old swing out – the new swing in” of the Citizenship Committee; Charity Fund distributed including $50 to the Chinese Relief Fund and $20.50 to Tuberculosis Society and $21.00 to Rev. Rainey of Everts and $10 to School fund for students.
County Plans Farm Defense program; Book reviews; Campus news; Campus guests including Mrs. John A. Spelman II of Grand Marais, Minnesota, was house guest of William and Fern Hayes; …..
Ray Garner and Virginia Garner on campus to make a movie for the Harmon Foundation; Garners leave Pine Mountain for the Smokey Mountains to make a picture called “Land of the Sky” which is something entirely new in making pictures. They used music cut into phrases and then made pictures to fit the music; new students come; Martha Lewis essay; Poem “The Diary” by Anonymous.
GALLERY: PINE CONE 1942 March
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