PINE CONE 1941 October

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 17: PMSS Publications

PINE CONE 1941 October, Vol. 6 No. 2

TAGS: Pine Cone 1941 October, student writings, Halloween party, Community Day, fishing, editorials, essays, campus news, Infirmary, poems, sports


Page 1

HALLOWEEN PARTY: GHOSTS, HAUNTS AND WITCHES: GHOSTS AND GOBLINS INVITED TO WITCHES PARTY” – to be held at Laurel House; costumes supplied by the property room.

“ANNUAL COMMUNITY DAY ENJOYED BY ALL” – Hosted by the Junior Class; Brit Wilder and August Angel were masters of ceremony; calling competitions on Schoolhouse steps; 5 rural schools sang ballads and presented dramatizations.

“RELAX AND STAY SANE” – Fishing for catfish and bass in the Kentucky and Cumberland rivers and Greasy Creek by Glyn Morris, Bill Hayes and Herman Lesser.

“REA BARBECUE HELD” – To celebrate the energizing of the REA lines in the Corbin area to provide electricity; Danish dancing.

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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, Charles Hollins – Circulation Manager.

Reporters: Gwen Hendren, Oral Howard, Velma Peters, Charlsie Vaughn, Mary Pace, Nelle Shuler, Carl Farley.

Olive Coolidge – Publicity, Martha Ann (sic) Keen – Adviser.

“Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association 1940-1941.”

“EDITORIAL” – When to grant full privileges to PMSS students.

“THE MOUNTAINEER” – Customs of the mountain people.

“CAMPUS COLUMN” – Polly Williams, Malcolm Arny, Mr. and Mrs. August Angel, Ruth Moody, Grace Rood, Alice Cobb, Mable Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Glyn Morris, Nannie Bess Ward.

“REPRINT OF CO-OP HISTORY” – Print shop received order for 1,000 reprints of the Co-Op History. Past sales financed a new refrigerator and a Co-op Class film.

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“EDUCATIONAL CO-OP NEEDS SUPPORT: Special from the Co-op Class” – Reasons to join the Southeastern Educational Cooperative Association.

INFIRMARY” – Lists names of patients for September and October.

“THE UNFORTUNATE LOVER” – Poem by Nelle Shuler, Marbeth Peters and Carl Farley.

“SPORTS” – Appeals to the Athletic Committee to plan activities.

“RIDGE RUNNERS WIN 8-0a’ – Mr. Hayes’ Ridge Runners vs Mr. Arney’s Gulley Jumpers; Kenneth Engle.