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Page 0 of Mountain Life & Work vol. 16 no. 4 Winter, 1941

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OUR CON'T'RIBUTORS Wlt.soN EVANS, who at present is Alumni Secretary of Berea College, lived "on top of Gunter Mountain" for three years as superintendent of the Kate Duncan Smith School. Ol.t,ll: MAE PARKER, once a teacher at Berea College, is now living in her home community, teaching school and leading in community activities. Her story of Alexandria is suggestive of what can be accomplished in some of our own mountain communities. CLwRENCE F. FALK is a Presbyterian minister at Double Springs, Tennessee. He was a member of the Study Club Short Course held at Berea, January 7-13. HARVEY K. MEYER, a teacher of industrial arts in the Richmond High School, designs and builds houses, and in his spare time writes poetry. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, one of our contributing editors, is now Manager of the Lexington Social Security Office, Lexington, Kentucky. LUTHER M. AMBROSE, of the Education Department of Berea College, contributed to the April, 1938, issue of MOUNTAIN LIFE AND WORK an article entitled "Private Secondary Schools-The Present Need." He now presents a new study of educational conditions in the mountains. FRANK C. FOSTER, president of Asheville College, is chairman of the Committee on Surveys and Appraisals of the Education Commission of the Conference. BONNIE WILLIS FORD, of the Penland Weavers and Potters, has been a frequent contributor to MOUNTAIN LIPS AND WORK.

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