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EETIM G BRING THIS PRGRAM APRIL, 1952 AIIR. R. L. detz of the ti KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE Frankfort, Kentucky Established 1886 CO-EDUCATIONAL CLASS "A" RATING Agriculture - Biology - Business Administration Chemistry - Commercial Teacher Education - Education English - French and Spanish Literature History and Government - Home Economics Industrial Arts - Mathematics - Music Physical and Health Education Pre-Professional Courses Sociology and Economics A Complete Life on One Campus Modern, Well-equipped Housing -Athietics -Debating Student Infirmary -Student Government -Dramatics Aestheticand Social Dancing- Fraternities Sororities - Clubs - Movies - Theatre SUMMER SESSION - JUNE 9 - AUGUST 2 A DISTINCTIVE COLLEGE IN FACULTY, CURRICULUM, AND EDUCATIONAL POLICIES For Infor~mation, Write the Dean LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF KENTUCKY A-CLASS HIGH SCHOOL-COLLEGE PREPARATORY VOCATIONAL COURSES 1. Engineering 4. Agriculture 2. Home Economics 5. Home Nursing 3. Building Trades 6. Commerce 7. 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SPEARMAN, Executive Secretary, Louisville PRESIDENT K. N. E. A.: D. L. DoWERY, Sr., Shelbyville ASSOCIATE EDITORS: E. K. Glass, Hopkinsville; V. E. Miller, Louisville; L. J. Twyman, Glas- gow; W. M. Woods, Harlan; W. 0. Whyte, Maysville CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: R. B. Atwood, Frankfort; E. T. Buford, Bowling Green; H. E. Goodloe, Owensboro; Mary E. Guy, Horse Cave; N. L. Passmore, Lexington; W. H. Perry, Jr., Louisville; Mrs. Lucy H. Smith, Lexington; C. L. Timberlake, Paducah; A. S. Wilson, Louisville; W. M. Young, Lincoln Ridge PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR OR 25 CENTS PER COPY Membership in the K. N. E. A. includes subscription to the JOURNAL Rates of advertising mailed on request Editorial Comment MORAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUES Teachers today are concerned with develop- ing the whole child. This places squarely on the shoulders of the school the responsibility of teaching, not only the traditional subject matter courses, but also the discovery and development of moral and spiritual values. This discovery and development of moral and spiritual values is a necessity if we are to provide the child with the framework for achieving the "Good Life." This responsibility for the achievement of the "Good Life" is a responsibility that we have left, for the most part, to our religious institu- tions and other outside agencies. We have allowed this facet of the child's education to develop without stimulating experiences that will enrich his appreciation of moral and spirit- ual values. If we are to properly develop these values, then every phase of the school's program must be utilized to provide experiences that will emphasize the value of living a moral and spiritual life. A GREAT PRESIDENT Seldom does one find a person who gives all for a cause. In our retiring president, R. L. Dowery, we find a man who through the years has made great sacrifices for the betterment of education in Kentucky. He has reached the apex of his service by showing great leadership during a trying period of our Association. In spite of personal and family illness that has plagued him throughout his administration, he has drawn together the Association into a strong and working organization. The officers and membership of the KNEA thank him sin- cerely. THE K. N. E. A. Officers . . . . . 1951-52 R. L. Dowery, President - Shelbyville Mrs. Agnes G. Duncan, 1st Vice-President - Louisville F. I. Stiger, 2nd Vice-President - Mayfield W. L. Spearman, Secretary-Treasurer -Louisville Mrs. Anita Richards, Assistant Secretary -Louisville Alice D. Samuels, Historian - Frankfort BOARD OF DIRECTORS R. L. Dowery, President - Shelbyville H. C. Mathis -- Drakesboro C. B. Nuckolls -- Ashland E. W. Whiteside - Paducah 0. E. David -Cynthiana DEPARTMENT AND CONFERENCE CHAIRMEN Art Teachers' Conference, Mrs. Susie St.C. Tucker - Louisville Elementary Education Department, Mrs. M. R. Morris - Louisville English Teachers' Conference, Alice Samuels - Louisville Foreign Language Teachers' Conference, A. J. Richards -Frankfort Guidance Workers' Conference, W. H. Craig - . Covington High School-College Department. Librarians' Conference, Mrs. M. M. Spradling -- Shelbyville Music Department, R. L. Carpenter -.- Louisville Physical Education Department, W. L. Kean -Louisville Primary Teachers' Department, Mrs. A. B. Allen -.... ... Louisville Principals' Conference, J. V. Robinson - Elizabethtown Rural School Department, Mrs. E. B. Bennett -...... Louisville Science Teachers' Conference, E. T. Woolridge - Louisville Social Science Teachers' Conference .----. Teachers of Exceptional Children Conference, A. E. Woods. . Louisville Vocational Education Department, B. W. Browne .---------------------------------- Paducah PRESIDENTS OF THE DISTRICT ASSOCIATIONS Mrs. M. Egester, Paducah ..First District G. Briscoe Houston, Henderson - Second District F. B. Stimpson, Elkton - Third District N. S. Thomas, Horse Cave - . Fourth District J. A. Carroll, Lincoln Ridge - Fifth District E. 0. David, Cynthiana - Bluegrass District H. R. Merry, Covington -...... Northern District Mrs. Johnnie Woods, Harlan - .-- ..--.. ----...- Upper Cumberland 4 General Program of the K. N. E. A. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 16 QUINN CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH 912 West Chestnut Street Louisville, Kentucky 7:30-8:00 MEMORIAL SERVICES MUSIC-Lincoln Institute Chorus 8:00-FIRST GENERAL SESSION INVOCATION-Rev. E. L. Hickman, Pastor, Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church MUSIC-Lincoln Institute Chorus PRESENTATION OF PRESIDENT- Mr. Amos Lasley, Hopkinsville PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL ADDRESS: Mr. R. L. Dowery, Sr. MUSIC-Lincoln Institute Chorus ADDRESS-Dr. J. H. Taylor, Director Summer Session, North Carolina State College RECOGNITION OF RETIRED TEACHERS BENEDICTION-Rev. E. L. Hickman THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 17 CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Eighth and Chestnut Streets and DUNBAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Ninth and Magazine Streets 9:00-12:00-FIRST SESSION OF THE WORK- SHOPS Mr. Vernon E. Miller, Workshop Coordinator 12:00 LUNCH-Central High School Cafeteria THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 17 QUINN CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH 1:30-SECOND GENERAL SESSION Mrs. Agnes G. Duncan, presiding INTRODUCTION OF THE SPEAKER Mr. Whitney M. Young, President Lincoln Institute THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 17 BROCK BUILDING Ninth and Magazine Streets 6:00-PRINCIPALS' BANQUET ADDRESS-To be announced QUINN CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH 8:00-THIRD GENERAL SESSION President R. L. Dowery, presiding INVOCATION MUSIC-West Kentucky Vocational Training School Chorus ADDRESS MUSIC-West Kentucky Vocational Training School Chorus LINCOLN KEY REWARD BENEDICTION 10:00-ANNUAL K. N. E. A. DANCE BEECHER TERRACE AUDITORIUM FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 18 CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL-DUNBAR SCHOOL 9:00-10:30-THIRD SESSION OF THE WORK- SHOPS 10: 00-12: 00-AGRICULTURAL TEACHERS MEETING 10:30-12:00-STANDING COMMITTEE MEET- INGS SPELLING CONTEST 12:00-LUNCH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CAFE- TERIA 1: 30-2:30-SUMMARY AND EVALUATION OF THE WORKSHOPS Mr. Vernon E. Miller, Coordinator of the Workshops 2:30-BUSINESS SESSION Mrs. Agnes G. Duncan, presiding FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 18 H. B. MANLEY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Second and Lee Streets 8:00-21ST ANNUAL MUSICAL ADDRESS-Mr. N. 0. Kimbler, Executive SATURDAY, APRIL 19 Secretary, Kentucky Teachers' Retirement WESTERN BRANCH LIBRARY System 10th and Chestnut Streets 2:30-SECOND SESSION OF THE WORKSHOPS 10:00-BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 5 Departmental, Conference, and Associated Group Meetings Departmental and Conference Meetings LIBRARIANS' CONFERENCE Mrs. Mary Mace Spradling, Librarian, Eastern Branch Library, Louisville, Chair- man MORNING SECTION Time-Thursday, 10:00 A.M. Place--Central High School Library' 10:00 First Workshop Meeting-Discussion "Basic Materials," Miss C. E. Johnson, Central High School Library "Integration," Mrs. Louvan Gearin, Lin- coln. Institute "Reference Books," To Be Announced 11:00 A.M. Questions 11:45 Summary, Mrs. Barbara Miller, Western Branch Library 12:00 Lunch AFTERNOON SECTION 1:30 P.M. Reports Committees Professional Meetings 3:00 Adjournment 5:00 Dinner-Sara's Tearoom-Mrs. Charle- mae Rollins, Hall Branch, Chicago Pub- lic Library AFTERNOON SECTION Time-Friday, April 18 Place--Quinn Chapel A.,M. E. Church 1: 3O-"Summary and Evaluation of the Work- shops" PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Arline B. Allen, Primary Teacher, Louisville, Chairman The primary department will confine its ac- tivities to an exhibit in Dunbar School at 9th and Magazine Streets. There will be charts, bulletins, seatwork and workbooks on display. This will embrace work carried on from kinder- garten through the third grade. A great deal of it might be helpful to slow children in the upper grades. Vote while you are viewing the exhibit-for chairman and an area of concentration for next year. REMEMBER! VISIT PRIMARY DEPARTMENT EXHIBIT VOTE WHILE THERE Committee Bernice Arter Geneva Bell Aora Bertram Beatrice Eades Myrtle Forbes Elizabeth Hicks Evelyn Jackson Davine Nalcox Beatrice C. Willis Edna Wimsett Arline B. Allen, Chairman SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr. E. T. Woolridge, Central High School, Louisville, Chairman MORNING SECTION Time-Thursday, 9:00 A.M. Placeentral High School, Room 207 9:00 Panel-"The Need for Science in a Changing World Rapidly Increasing in Population" 6 Discussion Leader-Dr. Eugene Raines, Ken- tucky State College Panel Participants: Dr. Lloyd Alexander Mr. H. E. Fields Mr. B. T. Barrow Mrs. Lillian Bates Mr. A. J. Calloway Mr. E. I. Stiger Mr. Russell Conley, Jr. Miss Armah Wilson *10: 30 Election of Officers: AFTERNOON SECTION Time-Thursday, 2:30 P.M. Place-Central High School, Room 207 2:30 Panel-"How the Sciences in High Schools and Colleges fit Students for Job Opportunities" Discussion Leader-Mr. J. P. Wilson, Plant Chemist, United States Naval Ordnance Panel Participants: Mr. W. A. Jackson Mr. Lacomis Curry Mr. J. Ernest Thruston Dr. Henry S. Wilson Mr. Robert Maupin Mr. E. T. Woolridge MORNING SECTION Time-Friday, 9:00 A.M. Place-Central High School, Room 207 9:00 Panel-"Physics, Aeronautics, Mathe- matics, Radio, Television for Students Who Have Ability and Interest" Discussion Leader - A Radio and Television Technician Panel Participants: Mr. Louis Brown Mrs. Georgia Baughman Mr. S. M. Samuels Mrs. Gertrude Sled Mr. W. N. Jackson Mr. William Summers Mrs. Anna Whitlowe Notes: 1. A recorder is to be chosen for the meetings 2. Visit the lecture rooms, laboratories and displays AFTERNOON GENERAL SESSION MEETING: Time-Friday, 1:30 P.M. Place-Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church Purpose-"Science Department Summary," Re- corder's Report Music DEPARTMENT Miss R. Lillian Carpenter, Assistant Supervisor of Music, Louisville Public Schools, Chairman MORNING SECTION Time-Thursday 9:00 A.M. Place-Dunbar School 9:00 Demonstrations in Music The following demonstrations will be held simultaneously in rooms to be an- nounced: Kindergarten-Miss Estille Talley, West- ern School. Mrs. Ruth Davis, S. Cole- ridge Taylor, Chairman. Mrs. DeCora H. White, S. Coleridge Taylor, Recorder. Second Grade-Mrs. Lillian Marshall, Lincoln School. Mrs. Evelyn Beard, Booker T. Washington School, Chair- man. Miss Loretta Bradford, James Bond School, Recorder. Fourth Grade-Mrs. Mozelle Marr, Phyllis Wheatley School. Mrs. Anna Huddleson, Frederick Douglas School, Chairman. Mrs. Clara Caldwell, Paul Dunbar School, Recorder. Sixth Grade-Miss Margaret Taylor, S. Coleridge Taylor. Mrs. Mary Abell La- Rue, Lincoln School, Chairman. Mrs. Selma Flack, Western School, Recorder. AFTERNOON SECTION: Time-Thursday, 2:00 P.M. Place-Dunbar School 2:00 Demonstrations in Music Instrumental Music-"Teaching Begin- ners to Play," Mr. Robert Crowder, Spe- cial Teacher of Music, Louisville Public Schools. Selections-Pupils of Piano Classes, Louisville Public Schools Unit-"Moral and Spiritual Values in Music"-Fourth, Fifth and Sixth grades, Benjamin Bannecker School, Mrs. Cleo Adams, Teacher. MORNING SECTION: Time-Friday 9:00 A.M. Place-Dunbar School 9:00 Preparation of Summaries -Business Session by Recorders AFTERNOON SECTION: Time-1: 30 P.M. Place-Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church Purpose-"Summary of Music Workshop" ENGLISH TEACHERS' CONFERENCE Miss Alice D. Samuels, Chairman MORNING SECTION: Time-Thursday 9:00 AM. 7 Place-Central High School, Room 216 Theme-"English and Human Personality" 9:00 Introductory Discussions in Identifying the Problem General Topic: "Relating English to the Development of Wholesome Personali- ty." "Developing Wholesome Personality in Public Education," Dr. Aron Doran, Di- rector of Division of Teacher Training and Certification, Department of Educa- tion, Frankfort "Language and Life Adjustment," Mrs. Helen Exum, Kentucky State College "The Impact of Culture on Personality," Dr. Ernest C. Hassold, Chairman of the English Department and Division of Humanities, University of Louisville "Motivating Courses in Composition and Communication," Mrs. Meta Em- berger, Director of Freshman Composi- tion, University of Louisville "How Personality Is Reflected Through Speech," Mrs. Helen Smith, Speech Cor- rectionist, Louisville Public Schools "Contributions of Linguistics to Per- sonality," Dr. Harold Whitehall, Chair- man of Linguistics and Fellow of the School of Letters, Indiana University 10:30 "Discovering Solutions to the Problem" Group I-Discussion Leader: Mrs. W. Augustus Jones, Louisville, Kentucky "Studying the Psychological Implica- tions of the Use of Mass Media of Communication" - Movies, R ad i o, Television Group II-Discussion L e a d e r: Mrs. Katherine Douthitt, Franklin, Ken- tucky "Visions and Values of High School English" Group III-Discussion Leader: Mrs. Jewel K. Jackson, Covington, Ken- tucky "Meeting Individual Needs through a Balanced Language Pro- gram-Balancing Impression and Ex- pression" Group IV-Discussion Leader: Mrs. Walter Bottoms, Lexington, Kentucky "Language Arts for a Healthy Person- ality" Group V-Discussion Leader: Mrs. Mary Fisher Morris, Owensboro, Ken- tucky "What Shall the High School English Teacher Do for Non College Student?" Group VI- Discussion Leader: Mrs. Ethel B. Foley, Maysville, Kentucky "Bibliotherapy"- Personality Adjust- ment through Reading AFTERNOON SECTION: 2:30 Second Session of Workshop Group Meetings and Reports Resource Persons: Dr. Harold Whitehall, Indiana Univer- sity, Bloomington, Indiana; Dr. Aron Doran, Department of Education, Frank- fort, Kentucky; Dr. Ernest C. Hassold, University of Louisville, Louisville, Ken- tucky; Mrs. Helen Exum, Kentucky State College, Frankfort, Kentucky; Mrs. Meta Emberger, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky; Mrs. Helen Smith, Louisville Public Schools, Louisville, Kentucky Recorders: Mrs. Ruth Coxe Mrs. Jennie Williams Evaluation Committee: Resource Persons Mrs. Ruth Coxe Mrs. Cordelia Wood Mrs. Helen Turner Mrs. Sallie Moore Mrs. Dorothy Bottoms Mrs. Sallie Tilford Miss Alcenia Warren FRIDAY 9:00 Preparation of Summary and Business Meeting Proposals for organization of English Conference for each District of Ken- tucky similar to Bluegrass English Teachers' Conference 1:30 "Summary and Evaluation" RURAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mrs. Emma B. Bennett, Jeanes Supervisor of Jefferson County Schools, Chairman Mrs. Glenola B. Jones, Principal of Wv'orth- ington School, Recorder MORNING SECTION: Time-Thursday, 9:00 A.M. Place-Central High School-Room Registration of Visitors 9:00 Visit to Exhibits 8 10:00 "Keeping Pupils in School" Members of group present to take part in the Discussion 11:00 Movie-Louisville Tuberculosis Associa- tion "Health Values," Mrs. Mattie Wilson Thomas, Public Health Nurse Discussion 12:00 Luncheon with Miss Alvenia E. Woods, Madison Jr. High School. Chairman and Teachers of Exceptional Children. AFTERNOON SECTION: Time-Thursday, 3:00 P.M. Place-Central High School-Room 3:00 Panel-"Spiritual and Moral Develop- ment in Education" 1. "Parents and Teachers" - Guiding Children, Mrs. Hayes Kennedy, Presi- dent of Jefferson County Council of P.-T.A. 2. "Morals", Mrs. Lelia Becker, Teacher, Benham, Ky. 3. "Spiritual Development," Mrs. Ger- trude Durrett Walton, Ex-Jeanes Su- pervisor 4. "Symbolic Expressions in Art," Mrs. Courtney H. Thompson, Principal, Dorsey School 5. "How Schools Influence Pupils," Mrs. Iola Morrow, Elkton, Ky., Jeanes Su- pervisor 6. "Teachers' Lives Evaluated by Pupils," Mrs. Ethel Lomax Brown, President of Jefferson County Teachers' Asso- ciation 7. "Books are Good Companions," Mrs. Lizzie Pierce, Librarian, Louisville 5:00 Adjournment until Friday morning MORNING SECTION: Time-Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. Place-Central High School-Room Panel-"The Value of Health, Physical Education and Recreation" 1. Mrs. Anna Ray Hale, Principal of Julius Rosenwald School 2. Mrs. Mamie Morris, Teacher, Jeffer- son Jacobs School 3. Mrs. Christine T. Brown, Teacher, Forest School 4. Mrs. Lottie M. Long, Principal, Grif- fytown School 5. Mrs. Mayme L. Copeland, State Church Jeanes Supervisor, Hopkins- ville, Ky. Note-Discussion and Questions-Consultants and Resource People will assist with various problems. AFTERNOON-General Session Meeting Time-Friday, 1: 30 P.M. Place-Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church Purpose-"Summary of Meeting," Mrs. ola B. Jones, Recorder Glen- VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT J. A. Carroll, Program Chairman B. W. Browne, Paducah, Chairman Time-Thursday, April 17 Place-Central High School MORNING SECTION: 9:00 Guest Speaker 11:00 Business Session Mr. F. 0. Woodard, Supervisor of Vo- cational Education for Negroes, Jackson, Mississippi, has consented to act as con- sultant for the Vocational Education De- partment AFTERNOON SECTION: 2:30 Devotionals Music Panel Discussion - "Vocational Educa- tion as it Applies to Real Life Situations" Question Period MORNING SECTION: Time-Friday, April 18 Place-Central High School 9:00 Departmental Meeting Home Economics Department Trades Group AFTERNOON SECTION: Time-Friday, April 18 Place-Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church Purpose-Evaluation of the Workshops 9 GUIDANCE WORKERS' CONFERENCE Mr. W. H. Craig, Covington, Chairman It has been recommended that this confer- ence be combined with the Principals' Confer- ence. ART TEACHERS CONFERENCE (For all teachers) Mrs. Susan St. Clair, Fredrick Douglas School, Chairman MORNING SECTION: Time-Thursday, April 17 Place-Central High School, Room 218 9:00 Demonstration and Workshop, Colleges, Mrs. James Gatewood, University of Louisville 10:00 Puppet Show, "Beauty and the Beast," Jackson Junior High School, Mrs. Lucille Wathen, Art Teacher Note: This Section is in Memory of Mrs. Marie Mathew Robinson who taught in the Western Elementary School. AFTERNOON SECTION: Time-Thursday, April 17 Place-Louisville Free Public Library (Main Branch) Fourth and York Streets 2:30 Tour and Gallery Talk Mrs. Harriet Dyer Adams, Director, Junior Art Gallery Note: Please assemble in Room 225 or go di- rectly to the Library. Mrs. Evelyn Beard, Recorder, B. T. Washington School. MORNING SECTION: Time-Friday, April 18 Place-Central High School, Room 218 9:00 Art Discussion and Evaluation of the * Workshop 11:00 Business Meeting AFTERNOON SECTION: Time-Friday, April 18 Place-Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church 1:30 "Evaluation of the Workshops" Division Chairmen Primary Division - Miss Leola Miles, B. T. Washington School Intermediate Division - Miss Margaret Taylor, S. C. Taylor School Junior High Division-Mrs. Hattie F. Jackson, Madison Junior High School Senior High School Division-Mrs. Ann Garvin, Central High School and Mr. Maurice Strider, Lexington County School Division-Mrs. Courtney Thompson, Louisville Note: Irvin W. StClair, formerly principal of Western and James Bond Elementary Schools, who retired in 1950, has been studying painting and exhibiting at the famous art institute, "Escuella de Bellas Artes," San Miguiel de Al- lende, Gaunajuato. Mr. StClair has exhibited his Mexican paint- ings at Indiana University, Atlanta University, Springville, Utah, and the Smithsonian Insti- tute in Washington, D. C. CONFERENCE OF TEACHERS OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN Miss A. E. Woods, Madison Junior High School, Chairman NOON SECTION: Time-Thursday, April 17 Place-Sara's Tearoom 12:30 Luncheon Note: It has been recommended that this con- ference be combined with the Rural Teachers' Conference ELEMENTARY TEACHERS' CONFERENCE Mrs. Mayme S. Morris, Louisville, Chairman MORNING SECTION: Time-Thursday, April 17 Place-Central High School, Room 102 9:00 Topic for Discussion-'"Traditional Prin- 10 ciples which Condition Learning in the Elementary School" Resource People: Mrs. Serena Hurd, Forest School; Miss Marianna Jackman, Georgia G. Moore School; Mrs. Penelope Fisher, Drakes- boro High School; Miss Catrie Simpson, Jefferson Jacob School; Mrs. Susie Curry, Jenkins, Ky.; Miss Bessie D. Irvine, Richmond, Ky. 10:00 Topic for Discussion-"Traditional Prin- ciples which Condition Learning Dur- ing the Early Stages in Elementary Schools" Resource People: Mrs. Glenola Jones, Worthing School; Miss Sadie Abstain, Jeffersontown School; Mrs. A. M. Bean, Bowman, Ver- sailles, Ky. Topic for Discussion-"Traditional Prin- ciples which Condition Elementary Schools of Today" Resource People: Miss Georgia L. Walker, Richmond, Ky.; Mr. Charles Bramblett, Paris, Ky.; Mrs. Christine E. Cole, Clinton, Ky. Question Period AFTERNOON SECTION: Time-Thursday, April 17 Place-Central High School-Room 102 1:30 "The Values of Education as Discussed by the Kentucky State Board of Educa- tion"-Mr. A. E. Meyzeek, Member of the State Board of Education Question Period MORNING SECTION: Time-Friday, April 18 Place-Central High School-Room 102 9:00 "Current Educational Principles and their School Implications for Tomorrow" Resource People: Mrs. Eliza E. Smith, S. C. Taylor School; Miss Alice D. Samuels, Frankfort, Ky.; Mrs. Frances Gilbert, Pee Wee, Ky.; Miss Arnett C. Brown, Henderson, Ky. 10:00 "Basic Material for Elementary School and Secondary Libraries" Resource People: Mr. Stephen Samuels, Fairfield, Ky; Mrs. Estella Gray, Russellville, Ky. "The Outlook for America-Its Schools," G. W. Jackson, Former Teacher of His- tory, Central High School. AFTERNOON SECTION: Time-1: 30 Place-Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church Purpose-"Evaluation of the Workshop" G. W. Curry, Jenkins, Ky. PRINCIPALS' CONFERENCE Mr. J. V. Robinson, Principal, Elizabethtown Public Schools, Chairman Note: Mr. Robinson, due to illness, will be unable to conduct the 1952 Workshop. How- ever, there will be a workshop prepared by a Co-Chairman. Associated Group Meetings KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC LEAGUE Mr. J. B. Brown, Kentucky State College, Frankfort ANNUAL MEETING: Time-Thursday, April I 7, 10: 00 p.m. Place-Central High School AGRICULTURAL TEACHERS Mr. Paul J. Manly, Kentucky State College, Chacrman ANNUAL MEETING: Time-Friday, April 18, 10:00-12:00 Place-Central High School '11 10:00 A.M. Presiding: Mr. F. B. Simpson, Teacher of Vocational Agriculture, Elk- ton, Kentucky Theme: "Planning the Program for the New Farmers of America State Conven- tion" Discussion Leader: Mr. P. J. Manly, State Adviser, New Farmers of America, Kentucky State College, Frankfort, Ky. 11:00 A.M. Theme: "How the Farmers Home Administration Program is Functioning in Helping Low Income Farmers" Resource Person: Mr. S. Douglas Greer, Special Assistant to the Administrator, Farmers Home Administration, Wash- ington, D. C. P. J. Manly, General Chairman Official Announcements K. N. E. A. HEADQUARTERS. The Chestnut Street Branch of the Y. M. C. A. will again serve as General Headquarters for the K. N. E. A. Meeting. The Y. M. C. A. is located at 914 West Chestnut Street. Registration will begin at 10:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, 1952, and will continue through Friday, April 18, 1952. ELECTIONS. The election will take place at the General Headquarters of the K. N. E. A. The election begins at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 5:00 on the same day. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING. The Board of Directors of the K. N. E. A. will meet at the Western Branch Library, 10th and Chestnut Streets, at 10:00 a.m., April 19. SPECIAL SEATING FOR GENERAL SESSIONS. Opening Session-Wednesday, April 16, Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church-The first two rows of seats will be reserved for retired teachers. The Past Officers, Members of the Board of Direc- tors and Incumbent Officers will be seated on the rostrum. General Session Thursday After- noon-Chairmen of Conferences and Depart- ments will be seated on the rostrum. General Session-Thursday Night-District Presidents will be seated on the rostrum. MEMBERSHIP CARDS. membership fees were tary's office after March their membership cards quarters. All Members whose received in the secre- 31, 1952, will pick up at the General Head- DEPARTMENTAL AND CONFERENCE CHAIR- MEN. A meeting will be held in the K. N. E. A. Headquarters on Wednesday Afternoon at 2: 00 p.m. to discuss the general workshop program. Announcements The High School-College Department and the Guidance Workers' Conference will meet with the Principals' Conference. The Foreign Language Teachers' Conference will meet with the English Teachers' Conference. The Confer- ence of Teachers of Exceptional Children will meet with the Rural Department. All departments are asked to submit sum- maries of their workshop activities to Mr. Vernon E. Miller, Coordinator of the Work- shops, in the K. N. E. A. Headquarters by 10:45 p.m. Friday, April 18. The facilities of the Y. M. C. A. are offered to the members of the K. N. E. A. free or at cost. Chairmen of the conferences and depart- ments must be prepared to submit reports of their meetings at the Evaluation Session Friday, April 18, at 1:30 p.m. All meetings will be closed. Admission to the General Session will be by badge only (each member is allowed one guest with his badge). Admission to the Musical will be by badge or ticket only. Admission to the Dance will be by badge (each member will be allowed one free guest). DINNERS AND BANQUETS Principals' Annual Banquet-Thursday, April 17, 6:00 p.m., Brock Building. Conference of Teachers of Exceptional Chil- dren-Sara's Tearoom, April 17, 12:30 p.m. Librarians' Conference Dinner-Thursday, April 17, 5:00 p.m., Sara's Tearoom. DANCE Annual K. N. E. A. Dance-Thursday, April 17, 10:00 p.m., Beecher Terrace Administration Building. DISPLAYS Displays are located in the Central High School Science Department-Science Rooms. Art Department-Room 225. Librarians' Conference-Library. West Kentucky Vocational Training School -Girls' Gym. Commercial Displays-Boys' and Girls' Gyms. 12 WEST KENTUCKY VOCATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL PADUCAH, KENTUCKY C. L. TIMBERLAKE, President Strictly a Trade School Offering Courses as Follows: FOR MEN Automobile Mechanics and Maintenance Engineering ectricuWe)ding Office Practices (Typing, Short- one course Brick Masonry Woodworking Shoe Repairing Carpentry Tailoring Chef Cooking Horticulture Tailoring Dressmaking Office Practice FOR WOMEN Beauty Culture Barbering (Typing, Shorthand, Filing, etc.) Practical Nursing This is an old established trade school that aids in placements and follow-up of its graduates For all information write: M. J. SLEET, Business Manager I.N. E. A. 740 DUMESNIL jOUISVILLE 10. KY. POSTMASTER: If undeliverable FOR ANY REASON Hitify sender, stating reason on FORM 3547, postage which is guaranteed." Sec. 34.66 P. L. & B U. S. POSTAGE PAID | Louisville, Ky. I Permit No. 332 1 -- Kentucky's Oldest Life, Health and Accident Insurance Company Over 48 years of faithful service to policyholders. More than $34,000,000.00 paid to policyholders and their beneficiaries since organization. KENTUCKY CENTRAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Anchorage, Kentucky R. H. West, Secretary-Treasurer E. H. Speckman, President