1941 GRADUATING CLASS

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 19: Students
Series 09: Biography

1941 GRADUATING CLASS

1941 Graduating Class

1941 Graduating Class. [pmss_archives_photo_senior_class_1941.jpg]

1941 GRADUATING CLASS: Seniors Graduating in May 1941

Anderson, June
Ayers, Ellen
Beeler, Mable
Cornett, Helen Ruth
Huddleston, E. R.
Jones, Fred
Jones, Majel
Mullins, Emma Lou
Mullins, Lena
Shell, Mae
Weaver, Jewel
Wilder, Billie
York, Clayton

[List is incomplete.]


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NOTES 1941

Our problems and opportunities have multiplied together, as the world has come to us by way of the railroad, the road, the radio, and the telephone.

We are struck … with the similarity of the times —1913 and 1941. Now, as then, we are on the verge of entering into a European war.

Here at Pine Mountain, the great difference between 1915 and 1941 is that we are no longer apart and protected from the main current of the industrial revolution.

CONIFER 1941

…[F]or us this chapel is the symbol of those things
That do not change — that are eternal,
Often we shall return to it in spirit
Remembering friendships, wise counsel, gentle correction
And five happy years spent in Pine Mountain
1936-37; 1937-38; 1939-40; 1940-41.
We leave you with open doors such as we entered.
We leave this gift as a token of our appreciation.

(Presentation of large Van Gogh print by Class president.)
(Giving of Certificates and Diplomas.)

Mr. [Glyn] Morris, Friends!
We take with up these diplomas, but we will take far more —
Respect for the dignity of work, for the rights of others,
For the worship of God —
The Spirit of Pine Mountain.
– WE CAME TO PINE MOUNTAIN, Page 36.