Welcome on Behalf of Citizens-Mr. T. F. Blue, Louisville, Ky.
Welcome on Behalf of Louisville Teachers-Dr. C. H. Parrish, Louis-
Address-Personality and Teaching-Supt. J. W. Bell, Hopkins-
Address-Judge William Harrison, Chicago.
Friday, April 20-10 :30A. M.-Quiun Chapel
Music-Male Quartette-Russellville High School.
Invocation-Rev. C. A. Fisher, Louisville, Ky.
Address-Professor' MeHenry Rhoads, Professor of Education, Uni-
versity of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
Solo-Prof. A. D. Lomax, Frankfort, Ky.
Address-Some Desirable Habits and Attitudes and How to Acquire
Them-Miss Minnie Semonin, Assistant Superintendent of
Schools, Louisville, Ky.
Declaration of Principles-Prof. W. H. Humphrey, Chairman Com-
mittee, Maysville, Ky.
Friday, April 20-11:30 A. M.-Quinn Chapel
Educational Film-Palace Theater
(Free to all Teachers)
Friday 2:30 P. M.-Quinn Chapel
(Rural School Problems)
Mrs. T. L. Anderson, Chairman, Frankfort, Ky.
Music-Orchestra-Booker T. Washington Community Center.
Opening Remarks-Mrs. T. L. Anderson, Frankfort, Ky.-Outstand-
ing Needs of Rural Life Today.
Address-Agriculture That Encourages a Wider Use of The Rural
Schools-Prof. A. C. Burnett, State Agricultural Supervisor, Lex-
Address-Dr. James H. Dillard, President of the Slater and Jeans
Fund, Charlottesville, Va.
Address-The Teacher and His Work-Dr. Robert Mitchell, Lex-
Report on the Smith-Hughes Work in the State-Prof. J. L. White,
State Contests in English, Declamation, and Spelling-(By School
Children from Congressional Districts)-Prof. J. S. Hathaway,
Richmond, Ky., Leader.
Friday, 5:30 P. M.-Qinmn Chapel
Conference of Former Students and Graduates of Berea College-Dr.
James Bond, Louisville, Ky., Leader.