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Friends of the Soil Howard Kester XVII:2 Summer 41 p 9
Putting Our Folk Religion to Work A. L. Roberts XV11:1 Spring 41 p 8
Rural Church Committee Eugene Smathers XVII:1 Spring 41 p 24
Social Task and the Southern Churches, The Walter W. Sikes XVII:3 Fall 41 p 28
Roberts, A. L. Putting Our Folk Religion to Work XV11:1 Spring
41 p 8
Rural Church Committee Eugene Smathers XV11:1 Spring 41 p 24
School as a Community Center, The George C. Bellingrath XVII:1
Spring 41 p 7
SCF Keeps Mountain Children in School Alva W. Taylor XVII:3
Fall 41 p 25
Sikes, Walter W. Laying Foundations for Peace and Security
XVII:4 Winter 42 p 1
Sikes, Walter W. The Social Task and the Southern Churches
XV11:3 Fall 41 p 28
Simonton, C. C. Cooperatives and the Common Folk XV11:1
Spring 41 p 10
Smathers, Eugene A Plateau Farming Community XVII:4 Winter
42 p 11
Smathers, Eugene Rural Church Committee XVII:1 Spring 41 p 24
Smith, Charles M. Southeastern Cooperative League XVII:4 Winter
42 p 25
Smith, Frank H. Recreation Service XVII:1 Spring 41 p 21
Smith, Rockwell C. The Unity of Rural Culture XV11:1 Spring 41
Social Task and the Southern Churches, The Walter W. Sikes
XVII:3 Fall 41 p 30
Southeastern Cooperative League Charles M. Smith XVII:4 Win-
ter 42 p 25
Still, James The Stir-Off XVII:3 Fall 41 p 1
Stir-Off, The James Still XVII:3 Fall 41 p 1
Taylor, Alva W. SCF Keeps Mountain Children in School XVII:3 Fall 41 p 25
Taylor, Alva W. UÃ‚Â¢ a Kentucky Mountain Cove XVII:4 Winter 42 p 19
Taylor, Bernard M. Alpine Forest Reserve XVII:1 Spring 41 p 11
Tribute to William A. Worthington, A R. H. Cowley XVII:3 Fall 41 p 22
Unity of Rural Culture, The Rockwell C. Smith XVII:1 Spring 41 p 1
Up a Kentucky Mountain Cove Alva W. Taylor XVII:4 Winter 42 p 19
Vaughan, Theo L. Cooperative Land Use Planning XVII:2 Summer 41 p 19
Western North Carolina Health Conference Margaret Forman XVII:2 Summer 41 p 22
What's Behind the Headlines in Labor News James Myers XVII:2 Summer 41 p 26
White, Edwin E. Health Committee XVII:I Spring 41 p 23
Whither Youth Glyn A. Morris XVII:3 Fall 41 p 8
Wilson, Beryl My Grandmother XVII:2 Summer 41 p 25
Wooten, William H. National Youth Administration XVII:4 WinÃ‚Âter 42 p 15
Working at Democracy in the South T. B. Cowan XVII:1 Spring 41 p 26
Yeomans, Edward Jr. Cooperative Education in the Southeast XVII:3 Fall 41 p 26
Yeomans, Edward Jr. The Cooperative Movement Moves South XVII:2 Summer 41 p 12
A member of the faculty of Berea, LUTHER M. AMBROSE is very much interested in rural education and especially the problems of the one-room school. On leave from his regular classes in the department of EduÃ‚Âcation he gave some of his theories a work-out.
GLYN A. MORRIS is director of Pine Mountain SettleÃ‚Âment School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky, and chairman of the Executive Board of the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers.
ARTHUR M. BANNERMAN is superintendent of AsheÃ‚Âville Farm School, Swannanoa, North Carolina.
EUGENE SMATHERS is the minister of the Calvary Parish, Big Lick, Tennessee.
EUGENE H. RAINEY IS director of Evarts Community Church Service Center, Evarts, Kentucky.
GEORGE C. BELLINGRATH is president of Rabun GapÃ‚ÂNacoochee School, Rabun Gap, Georgia, and a member of the Executive Board of the Conference.
WILLIAM H. WOOTEN is Administrative Assistant in the State Office of the National Youth Administration in Kentucky.
"Snow on Kentucky Ridge" is the second in a series of four seasonal cuts made for Mountain Life and Work by JOHN A. SPELMAN III.
ALVA W. TAYLOR, as notice appears elsewhere in this issue, is the new editor of Mountain Life and Work, and Executive Secretary of the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers.
HOPE CALEB BROWN is one of a group of carvers in the Brasstown, North Carolina, community.
WALTER W. SIKES, chairman of the committee in charge of planning the program for the 1942 KnoxÃ‚Âville Conference, is in the department of Bible and Philosophy at Berea College.
CONFERENCE OF SOUTHERN
THIRTIETH ANNUAL MEETING
MARCH 10-12, 1942
Theme: Laying Foundations for Peace and Security Addresses and Group Discussions on Health-Education--Economic Resources-Religion.