PINE CONE 1934 February

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 17: Publications PMSS

THE PINE CONE 1934 February, Vol 1 No. ?

TAGS: The Pine Cone 1934 February, student writings, student activities, workers activities, campus news, visitors, Christmas activities, illnesses, alumni news, community news, recipe


Page 1
“Pine Mountain Institutes New Free Time Program: School Activities on College Basis” ; students’ leisure time ; study hours ; class periods ; privileges for honor roll students ; exemptions from class attendance ; Miss Frank, Principal ; new literary magazine ; graduation costumes ; weaving now available for both Jr. and Sr. H.S. girls ; Spring operetta ; “The Mikado” ; spring plowing ; hot beds ; drainage ditches ; Memorial Vesper service for Miss Bessie Wallace, former PMSS worker ; Dr. Newman arrival Jan 7th ; tuberculosis patient ; Dr. Newman’s educational background ; Valentine Party at Laurel House ; dancing ; Peggy McIntyre, student from Jeff, had appendectomy operation ; Egre Manning, former PMSS graduate, studying dairying and farming with Mr. Mailer (former PMSS farmer) in Denmark folk school ; heating plant replaced in girls industrial building ; shower added to Farm House ; blackboards added to School House; Carvel Collins, friend of Mr. Angel from Miami Univ., visited and gave talk.

Page 2
List of PINE CONE Staff ; Health Association membership goal ; problems with indifferent students ; Student essays ; “A Christmas Vacation” by Alta Collins ; “A Mountain Stream:” by Maggie Lewis.

Page 3
Sports ; boys’ baseball ; girls’ basketball ; Sue Hall’s team played Cuma Shepard’s ; hiking to Steel Trap Branch and Jacks Gap ; winter activities ; frozen swimming pool ; recipe for “Minted Carrots” ; Gray Williams, new County Agent in Harlan, provides farming advice ; Business Department classes and store ; Weaving Department activities ;

Page 4
“Big Laurel News” ; sons born to Mr. and Mrs. Rae Boggs and John and Beck Boggs ; Mr.and Mrs. George Boggs started general store ; Bessie Lewis and Alice Turner, Big and Little Laurel school teachers’ activities ; Story Telling Hour ; Grace Lewis attended Opportunity School, Berea College ; girl born to Jim and Stella Couch was named after Elizabeth Newman ; old post office at Big Laurel broken into; Francis Hall sent to Louisville for appendectomy ; Christmas Week activities ; Open House Day ; nightly entertainment in the dining room ; Nativity Play in the Chapel ; Christmas activities for those who remained at the School ; extension of the logging railroad ; treatments for cuts, burns, thrush ; benefits of assigning tasks to children ; Workers Book Club programs by Miss Frank, Miss Frenyear, Mr. Collins ; Alumni News ; Egre Manning in Denmark ; Winfield Cornett’s advances at Colonial Tea Room in Boston, Lucille Quiet working in Mousie and Ulysses Shackleford employed by a Harlan mining company.

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