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I The Kentucky State College Established 1886 FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY A Progressive State Supported Institution COURSES Arts and Sciences Agriculture Home Economics Education Well Trained Faculty Adequate Library and Laboratory Facilities, Comfortable, Modern Dormitories Full Program of Student Activities Accredited by the University of Kentucky and the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools FOR ALL INFORMATION WRITE TO R. B. ATWOOD, President THE K. N. E. A. JOURNAL Published by the Negro Education Association Editorial Office at 1925 W. Madison, Street Louisville, Kentucky Atwood S. Wilson, Executive Secretary, Louisville, Managing Editor W. H. Fouse, Lexington, President of K. N. E. A. EDITORIAL COMMENT THE 1939 CONVENTION This issue of the K. N. E. A. Journal is devoted mainly to the 1939 convention program. Teachers and educators are urged to react it through and make final plans to attend the convention in Louisville from April 12-15, 1939. If for any reason, a teacher cannot attend, by all means such a teacher should send the annual membership fee of $1.00 so as to receive the proceedings of the meeting which will include the impor- tant addresses of the convention. Pres. W. H. Fouse wants this to be the banner year in K. N. E. A. enrollment. Note his article on page 28 of this Journal. This is his last year and he wants it to be the best year in K. N. E. A. history. Be sure to bring your membership card and badge if you have al- ready enrolled. Support your profession; it supports you. * * $: b THE 1939 K. N. E. A. ELECTION Voting for a new president and K. N. E. A. directors will take place on Friday, April 14. Voting will be by secret ballot at Quinn Chapel Church. Your membership card is necessary for securing a ballot, therefore, bring it with you. There are some amendments to the K. N. E. A. Constitution to be voted upon. These are found on page 27 of this Journal. * ** THE LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL The Liberty High School, shown on the front cover of this issue of the K. N. E. A. Journal, was the meeting place for Eastern Ken- tucky Negro Educational Association during November 1938. It is a modern equipped building with an enrollment of two hundred pu- pils and seven teachers. This school is an accredited four year high school. Along with an academic curriculum, the following extra-curricula activities are offered: Hi-Y Club, Mr. A. D. Puryear, adviser; Girl Reserve Club, Miss Molly E. Madison, Adviser; Boy Scouts, Mr. Saul King, Scout- master; Glee Club, Miss Virginia B. Williams, Adviser; Athletics, Mr. Robert Harden, Coach; Dramatics, Mrs. A. D. Puryear, Adviser; and the P. T. A., Mrs. Louise Davis, President. It was through the generous cooperation of the Hazard Board of Education lead by Superintendent R. T. Whittinghill and the Works Progress Administration that this building was erected to help pro- mote equal educational opportunities for the Negro youth in this lo- cality. Prof. Karl Walker is the principal of this progressive school. K. N. E. A. Officers For 1938-39 GENERAL OFFICERS W. H. Fouse, President. Lexington H. E. Goodloe, First Vice-President. Russellvile Pearl M. Patton, Second Vice-President. Madisonville Atwood S. Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer. Louisville L. V. Ranels, Assistant Secretary. Winchester Elizabeth G. Clark, Historian. Springfield BOARD OF DIRECTORS W. H. Fouse, President ................................... Lexington W. M. Young, (Term expires 1939) .................. Lincoln Ridge R. L. Dowery, (Term expires 1939) ...................... Columbia Lyle Hawkins, (Tenn expires 1940) ..................... Louisville Victor K. Perry, (Term expires 1940) .................. Louisville DEPARTMENTAL AND CONFERENCE CHAIRMEN J. T. Williams, High School and College Department ...... Frankfort Lucy Harth-Smith, Elementary Education Department ....Lexington M. L. Copeland, Rural School Department ............ HopkinsvIlle R. L. Carpenter, Music Department ...... .............. Louisville Whitney M. Young, Vocational Education Department, Lincoln Ridge, Nora H. Ward, Principals' Conference .................... Newport Blanche Elliott, Primary Teachers' Department .......... Greenville Eunice B. Singleton, Youth Council .................... Louisville Ouida Wilson, Art. Teachers' Conference ..... ......... Louisville David H. Bradford, Social Science Teachers' Conference ..Frankfort M. A. Quarles, Science Teachers' Conference .......... Hopkinsville Julia S. Jackson, English Teachers' Conference .......... Covington Hortense Young, Librarians' and Teachers' Conference .... Louisville Robert H. Thompson, Athletic Directors' Conference .... Barbourville Marguerite Parks, Guidance Workers' Conference ...... Louisville Hazel B. Williams, Foreign Language Teachers' Conference ............................................ Louisville PRESIDENTS OF R. N. E. A. DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 1. A. V. Weston, Paducah. ................ First District Association 2. Austin Edwards, Earlington ........ Second District Association 3. G. B. Houston, Franklin ...... ...... Third District Association 4. Amos R. Lasley, Hodgenville ........ Fourth District Association 5. Etta Taylor, Harrods Creek ............ Fifth District Association 6 Whitney M. Young, Lincoln Institute ...... Bluegrass District Association 7. H. R. Merry, Covington .......... Northern District Association 8. C. Jewell Francis, Salt Lick ........ Eastern Kentucky District Association 9. Robert H. Thompson, Barbourville ...... .......................... Upper Cumberland District Association 2 Outline Of 1939 K. N. E. A. Convention April 12, 13, 14, 15 Louisville, Kentucky. SIXTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION Central Theme: "Goals In the Education of the Negro" Wednesday, April 12 9:00 A. M. Registration of teachers at headquarters, Quinn Chapel, 920 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky. 10:00 A. M. Visitation of teachers to Louisville Schools in session 3:00 P. M. Third Annual Student Musicale at Quinn Chapel. All teachers invited to this program. 7:00 P. M. Music Recital-Presenting local artists at Quinn Chap- el. 8:15 P. M. First General Session of K. N. E. A. Addressed by Pres- ident W. H. Fouse, and Assistant State Attorney Elsie Austin, Columbus, Ohio. Thursday, April 13 9:30 A. M. Second General Session of K. N. E. A. at Quinn Chapel. 10:00 A. M. Address, Dr. J. Kenneth Little, University of Wisconsin. 10:45 A. M. Address, Dr. J. W. Brooker, State Department of Ed- ucation. 2:30 P. M. Sectional Meetings of K. N. E. A. (See schedule of them). 5:00 P. MA Principals' Conference and Banquet-Phyllis Wheat- ley, Y. W. C. A., 528 South Sixth Street. 7:00 P. M. Music Recital-Presenting State Artists. 8:15 P. M. Third General Session-Address by Honorable Charles Houston, Attorney for N. A. A. C. P., Washington, D. C. Friday, April 14 9:00 A. M. Sectional Meetings of K. N. E. A. (See Schedule of them). 10:30 A. M. Spelling Bee in Elementary Education Department, Quinn Chapel, G. H. Brown, Director. 11:15 A. M. Free picture to enrolled teachers at Lyric Theatre. 2:00 P. M. Band Concert-Kentucky School for Blind at Quinn Chapel. 2:30 P.M. Fourth General Session at Quinn Chapel-Addresses by President M. H. Griffin, West Kentucky State Vocation- al Training School, Paducah, Kentucky, and Mr. James A. Atkins. Assistant U. S. Adult Education Worker, Washington, D. C. 8:15 P. M. Eighth Annual Musicale-Quinn Chapel. Saturday, April 15 9:30 A. M. Business Session of K. N. E. A. at Central High School Gymnasium. 7:00 P. M. Nineteenth Annual Exhibition at Armory. 10:00 P. M. Orchestra Music and Social for Teachers and Visitors at Armory. .3 K. N. E. A. COMMITTEES FOR 1938-39 (These committees are to make reports at the 1939 Convention) Nominating Committee W. E. Newsome, Cynthiana, Chairman A. V. Weston, Paducah Amos R. Lasley, Hodgenville Austin Edwards, Earlington Etta Taylor, Harrods Creek G. B. Houston, Franklin H. R. Merry, Covington C. Jewell Francis, Salt Lick Robert H. Thompson, Barbour- Whitney M. Young, Lincoln Ridge vile Legislative Committee A. E. Meyzeek, Louisville, Chairman J. H. Ingram, Frankfort Whitney M. Young, Lincoln Ridge Press. R. B. Atwood, Frankfort J. A. Thomas, Louisville G. W. Adams, Winchester Dean D. A. Lane, Louisville J. B. Caulder, Lexington D. H. Anderson, Paducah Dr. E. E. Underwood, Frankfort M. J. Sleet, Paducah Rep. C. W. Anderson, Jr., W. C. Buford, Louisville Louisville W. H. Fouse, Pres. of K. N. E. A., Ex-Officio Member Research Committee Dr. G. D. Wilson, Louisville, Chairman Miss Maude Brown, Louisville H. R. Merry, Covington Mr. L. N. Taylor, Frankfort, Advisory Member W. H. Fouse, Pres. of K. N. E. A., Ex-Officio Member Resolutions Committee S. L. Barker, Owensboro, Chairman W. H. Perry, Jr. Louisville P. Moore, Hookinsvile Miss Carrie Murray, Guthrie G. W. Jackson, Louisville Auditing Committee P. L. Guthrie, Lexington, Chairman J. D. Steward, Frankfort M. J. Sleet, Paducah G. H. Brown, Louisville Necrology Committee Amos Lasley, Hodgenville, Chairman C. M. Burnside, Lancaster Mrs. V. B. Alexander, Louisville H. S. Osborne, Paris Scholarship Loan Fund Committee Miss Estelle M. Kennedy, Louisville, Chairman Miss Alice Nugent, Louisville F. L. Baker, Lexington Mrs. Bette Davis, Georgetown Secretary-Treasurer A. S. Wilson, Ex-Officio Member Youth Council Advisory Committee Miss Eunice B. Singleton, Louisville, Chairman Mrs. Anna Jackson Heartwell, Miss Viola Johnson, Lexington Frankfort C. L. Harris, Newport Miss Yolanda Barnett, Louisville Mrs. Hazel B. Williams, W. H. Story, Henderson Louisville 4 FIRST GENERAL SESSION Wednesday, April 12 at 8:15 P. M. Seated on Rostrum: Past Presidents of the K. N. E. A., Officers and Directors. Presiding: H. E. Goodloe, Vice-President of the K. N. E. A., Prin- pal of Knob City High School, Russellville, Ky. CHORUS: "Dark Water"-James-Central High School, Miss Nannie G. Board, Director Invocation: Rev. William Wade Ryan, Pastor of Ferguson Memorial Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Ky. 8:25 P. M. Welcome from Local Schools: Prof. Lyman T. John- son, President Louisville Association of Teachers in Colored Schools. 8:32 P. M. Response to Welcome: Miss Nettie Lee Hughes, Prin- cipal Rosenwald High School, Lebanon, Ky. 8:40 P. M. Chorus: "Tell Me Where Was You"-Folk Song ar- ranged by Cain-Central High School 8:45 P. M. President's Annual Address: "Culture and Agriculture' President W. H. Fouse, Principal Emeritus of Dunbar High School, Lexington, Ky. Solo: "Beloved, It is Morn"-Emily Hickey-Des Moines Beard, Bourgard College, Louisville, Ky. 9:30 P. M. Address: "Education as Self Development". Miss Elsie Austin, Assistant State Attorney, Columbus, Ohio (In- troduced by Miss Louise Matthews, Louisville, Ky.) 10:15 P. M. Announcements and Benediction IF IT'S NEtWS PEEAD YOUR ILouisville Defender Published Every Thursday Coniplete in Every Department "Covers Kentucky Like the Bluegrass" Home Office: 619 W. Walnut St. Louisville, Tvy. 5 SECOND GENERAL SESSION Thursday, April 13 at 9:00 A. M. Prof. W. H. Fouse Presiding General Singing-Led by Mr. Carl Barbour, Central High School, Louisville, Ky. Invocation: Rev. C. L. Finch, Pastor, Chestnut Street C. M. E. Church, Louisville, Ky. 9:15 A. M. Report of Necrology Committee and Memorial Ser- vice-Prof. Amos Lasley, Chairman Music-"Liftt Thine Eyes"-Mendelssohn-Girls' Glee Club, Central High School, Miss Nannie G. Board, Di- rector, Louisville, Ky. 9:45 A. M. Annual Report-Secretary-Treasurer Atwood S. Wil- son, Louisville, Ky. 9:50 A. M. Report of Auditing Committee, Prof. P. L. Guthrie,, Lexington, Chairman. Music-'Didn't It Rain"-arr. by Burleigh-Girls' Glee Club, Central High School. 10:00 A. M. Address "Unfinished Business."-Dr.J.KennethLittle, University of Wisconsin. Introduced by Prof. H. It. Merry, Principal of Lincoln-Grant High School, Cov- ington, Ky. 10:45 A. M. Music-"The Inn of the Dove" (Cuban tune)-arr. by Bryceson Treharne-Boys' Glee Club, Central High School, Carl J. Barbour, Director, Louisville, Ky. 10:50 A. M. Address: "Fundamentals of an Education.7-Dr. John W. Brooker, Director, Division of School Buildings and Grounds, Department of Education, Frankfort, Ky. Music-"Wicked Race"-Negro Spiritual-Boys' Glee Club, Central High School. 11:30 A. M. Report of Nominating Committee, W. E. Newsome, Cynthiana, Chairman. 11:45 A. M. Announcements-Adjournment. 6 Welcome to K. N. E. A. LYRIC and GRAND THEATRES R. L. RANSAW, Mgr. and PALACE Theatre R. N. DUNN, Mgr. THIRD GENERAL SESSION Thursday, April 13 at 8:15 P. M; Seated on the Rostrum: Presidents of District Associations and District Organizers, W. H. Fouse, President of K. N. E. A., presiding. Music: "Dark Water"-James-Lincoln Institute Choi- al Society, Mrs. Alyne Martin, Director, Lincoln Ridge, Ky. Invocation: Rev. George A. Fisher, Rector, Church of Our Merciful Savior, Louisville, Ky. Music: "Timbuctoo" (An African Idyl)-Adam Geibel- Lincoln Institute Choral Society. 8:30 P. M. Address: "Public Schools and Equal Rights." Honorable Charles H. Houston, Attorney for'N. A. A. C. P., Wash- ington, D. C. Introduced by Representative C. W. An- derson, Kentucky General Assembly. Solo: "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice"-Saint Saens- Mrs. Cora DeSha Barnett, Louisville, Ky. 9:25 P. M. Recognition of Visitors in attendance at K. N. E. A. Conventio'n. 9:45 P. M. Lincoln Institute Key Award-Mr. J. Mausir Tydings WELCOME ! K. NoE. As BUILfiT for YOfUR PROTECTION THE DOMESTIC LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY Sixth and Walnut Streets Louisville, Ky. 7 II I FOURTH GENERAL SESSION Friday, April 14 at 2:00 P. M. President W. H. Fouse presiding. Band Concert-Kentucky School for the Blind, Otis Eades, Director. 1. "Military Escort"-March-H. Bennet 2. "Crimson Petal"-Valse Caprice-Fred Jewell 3. E Flat Alto Solo-Selected-William Wood 4. Cornet Duet-Selected-Bennie Clay Holton, First, Dunbar Scott, Second. 5. "National Emblem"-March-E. Bagley. 6. "Lutspiel"-Overture-L. P. Laurendeau. 2:30 P. M. Music: "Starlight"-McIntyre-Girls' Glee Club, Jack- son Junior High School, Wiley B. Daniel, Jr., Director, Louisville, Ky. Invocation: Rev. M. B. Lanier, President of Simmons University, Louisville, Ky. Music: "We Sail the Ocean Blue"-Sullivan-Boys' Glee Club, Jackson Junior High School. 3:00 P. M. Address: "The Program at W. K. S. V. T. C."-Presi- dent M. H. Griffin, West Kentucky State Vocational Training School, Paducah, Kyz 3:20 P. M. Music: "Gypsy, Play Your Guitar"-R. W. Gibbs- Girls' Glee Club, Madison Junior High School, Miss Alyce Holden, Director, Louisville, Ky. 3-30 P. M. Address: Meeting America's No. 1 Educational Prob- lem"-Dr. James A. Atkins, Specialist in Negro Educa- tion of the W. P. A., Washington, D. C. 4:15 P. M. Music: "I Love a Parade"-Harold Arlan-Boys' Glee Club, Madison Junior High School, William R. King, Di- rector Louisville, Ky. 4:20 P. M. Report of K. N. E. A. Legislative Committee, Prof. A. E. Meyzeek, Louisville, Chairman. 4:30 P. M. Announcements and Adjournment. BRIGHT'S PHARMACY "Just what your Doctor orders" 10th and Chestnut Louisville, Ky. JAckson 7641 JAckson 9678 IWELCOME TO K. N. E. A. 8 FINAL GENERAL SESSION Saturday, April 15 at 9:30 A. M. Business Session of K. N. E. A. at Central High School Gymnasium. Invocation: Prof. Carl M. Burnside, Lancaster High School, Lan- caster, Ky. 9:45 A. M. Report of Resolutions Committee, S. L. Barker, Owens- boro, Chairman. 10:00 A. M. Report of Departmental Chairman (Each limited to five minutes). 10:45 A. M. Report of Research and Special Committees 11:30 A. M. New Business and Plans for 1939-40. 12:00 NOON Adjournment of the .63rd Session. . D e e e TALKING PICTURES Free to teachers enrolled in the K. N. E. A. who present mem- bership card for 1939 at Lyric Theatre, Friday, April 14, at 11:15 A. M. In Addition-One-act Play contest, sponsored by the -English Teachers Conference. Visit the W. P. A. State-wide Museum Project in the Girls' Gym- nasium at Central High School-Miss Dorothy D. Blackwell, State Supervisor. Visual Aid Demonstration Pictures, Girls' Gymnasium of Central High School building, Friday, April 14 at 9:00 A. M.-Mr. W. Gayles Starnes, Director. L. 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Beethoven Miss Tella Marie Cole, Louisville Vocal Solo- (a) "Jesu Leid" .................... Hildach (b) "The Last Hour" .................... Kramer (c) "The Song of the Hour" .. ................. Frank La Forge Miss Virginia Williams Mme. Cara Sapin, Accompanist Piano Solo.................. Extase". Louis Canne Mrs. Alyne Martin, Louisville Vocal Sole- "Do Not Go My Love"..................... Hagerman Charles Coleman, Monticello Mrs. Clarice Michaels, Accompanist Double Sextet- (a) "Where E'er You Walk" ................ ............... Handel (b) "Gypsy Life" .. .................................. Schumann Louisville Municipal College Mrs. Barbara Miller, Director There's More Than Music in A ibaIbU ftn BALDWIN Perhaps alone of all artistic pianos of today, the Baldwin that goes into your home is exactly the same Baldwin that is used upon the concert platform, in radio stations and in sound pictures. THE BALDWIN PIANO CO. 306 WEST BROADWAY 10 Piano Solo-Rhapsody in G Minor .......................... Brahms Wiley B. Daniel, Jr. Double Sextet- (a) "Waters Ripple and Flow" ..... ............. Deemes Taylor (b) "Juba" ............ ....................... Nathaniel Dett Kentucky State College, Frankfort Mrs. Clarice J. Michaels, Director Acknowledgement of Guests- Announcements and Adjournment- LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF KENTUCKY LINCOLN RIDGE, KENTUCKY A fully accredited VOCA- TIONAL HIGH SCHOOL for young people of Ken- tucky who desire an equal educational opportunity. A qualified faculty. College preparatory cour- j 1@- ~ses Accredited by the South- ern Association of Col- leges and Secondary Schools and the State De- partment of Education, as an A-class school. Vocational courses under State regulations and .adequately equipped Ap- plied Electricity, Plumb- rin ing, Steam Boiler Opera- tion, Janitorial Service, Agriculture, Dairying, -1 1 ........ Building Trades, Home ]Economics, Music. I 3ESBoarding Department with _ E reasonable rates. M A well regulated program for the all-around develop- ment of the student. FOR FURTHEk INFORMATION WRITE WHITNEY M. YOUNIG, Director LINCOLN INSTITUTE i 11 MUSIC DEPARTMENT STUDENT MUSICALE-WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 3:00 P. M. Quinn Chapel R. Lillian Carpenter, Chairman Piano Solo-"Somersaults"-Williams ....... ....... Mary Hinkle Duet-"Marching in C. G. P" ....Guinevere Wilhite and Allen Hurd Piano Solo-"At Evening"-Wright ...... ...... Patricia Hammonds Piano Solo-"Little Chinaman"-Smith ...... .... Mary Ethel Lane Piano Solo-"lHungarian Dance, No. 5"-Brahms-Thompson Yvonne Young Piano Solo-"Tarantelle"-Thompson ...... ....... Ida Grace Lewis Piano Solo-"Longing for Home"-Jungman . .Cora Lane Henderson Piano Solo-"Minuet"-Paderewski ......... ........... Ilianna Lee Vocal Duet-"Welcome Pretty Primrose Flower"-Pinsuti Thomas Queen and Odie Bland, Jr. Piano Duet-"Shadow Dance"-Curtis-(two pianos) ........ Charlie Blue and Douglas George Piano Solo-"Spinning Song" .. .................... Fannie O'Bannon Piano Duet-"Russian Dance" from The Nutcracker Suite-Tsenal- kowski-(two pianos) ...... Ed Willie and Vivian Washington Piano Solo-"Serenata" -Moskowski....... .........Lucinda Yates Piano Solo-"Barcarolle"-Scharwenka .......... Tressa Ann Clark Piano Solo-"L'Avalanche"-Heller .......:... Ellen Lucille Wilson Piano Solo-"Harp and Organ"-Brett ...... Nellie Agnes Robinson Piano Solo-"Kiss of Spring"-Walter Rolfe ..Marian Ruth Edwards Piano Solo-"Anitra's Dance"-Grieg . Jane Elizabeth Wright Duet-'In Hanging Gardens"-Davles................... .. Caroline and Clifford Williams, Jr. Accordian Solo-"Moonlight"-A. Jordan .......... William Lee, Jr. 14iano Solo 4'Traumerei"-Romance-Schumann ........... Gwendolyn Mitchell Piano Solo-"Pas Des Amphores"-Chaminade ...... Evelyn Thomas Piano Solo-"Juba" (Dance)-Dett ...... ........ Elizabeth Schultz Acknowledgements-Participants on this program are pupils of Mrs. Barbara S. Miller, Misses lola Jordan, Emma Minnis, Emily Dembitz and R. L. Carpenter. -Mrs. Gertrude Wilson Central School Supply Company 311-313 W. Main Steet Louisville, Kentucky "Everything for the School" 12 MUSICALE PRESENTING LOUISVILLE TALENT Wednesday, April 12, 7:00 P. M. Place: Quinn Chapel R. Lillian Carpenter, Chairman PROGRAM Piano Solo-"Rondo Capriccioso"-Op. 14-Mendelssohn Miss Wilma Holland Vocal Solo-"Morning"---Oley Speaks .... ........ Mrs. R. C. Cosey Piano Solo-"Prelude in C Sharp Minor"-Rachmanioff Thomas F. Blue, Jr. Vocal Solo-"The Two Grenadiers"-Schumann .... Carl Harrlngton Piano Solo-"Valse"-Op. 42-Chopin ........ William R. Crawford Vocal Solo-"Ave Maria"-Schubert .... ........ Estil Covington Piano Duett-"Rosary"-Nevin ....Anna Ruth and Mildred Williams Vocal Solo-"My Hero"-Strauss ....... Mrs. Sara Osbourne-Barham Saxophone Solo-"Valse Bluette-Air de Ballet"-R. Drigo-G. Saenger arr. by William Scotti ........................... Otis Eades Concerto for two pianos-"Le Rouet d'Omphale"-Saint Saens Misses Carolyn Glover and Thelma Johnson, Frankfort * * * * MUSIC DEPARTMENT SESSION R. Lillian Carpenter, Chairmnan Thursday, April 13, 2:00 P. AL This session will be held in connection with the session of the Elementary Department. A demonstration in Fifth Grade Sight Reading will be given by the Music Chairman. (See Elementary De- partment Program). WELCOME, K. N. E. A. LAINE CLINIC 1120 W. Walnut St. Louisville, Ky. DENTISTRY - MEDICINE - SURGERY X-RAY 13 l MUSICALE: PRESENTING STATE ARTISTS April 13, 7:09 P. M. Place: Quinn Chapel R. Lillian Carpenter, Chairman Chorus- a. "Come Gentle Night" ... ................. H. MacCarthy b. "A Bayou Serenade" .. .................. William Lestex Ridgewood School, Mrs. Juanita Lonas, Director Vocal Solo-"The Blind Ploughman" .. ................ R. G. Clarke Eddie H. Williams, Lincoln Institute Vocal Solo .............................................. Feish Mrs. Blanche Elliott, .Greenville Piano Solo-"Norwegian Bridal Party" .. ................... Grieg Jane Brumfield, Lincoln Institute Vocal Solo-"Robin, Robin, Sing Me a Song"-Grubb - Spross Georgia M. Hunter, Frankfort Vocal Solo-"I Love Life" .. .......................... Mana-Zucca Raymond H. Jackson, Richmond Piano Duett-"Danse Macabre" (two pianos) ........ Saint Saens Racheal Blades and Emma L. Blewitt-Hawkins, Bowling Green * * * * MUSIC DEPARTTMENT SESSION Friday, April 14, 9:30 A. M. R. Lillian Carpenter, Chairman Dunbar School Chapel (Third Floor) Demonstration: The Administrati6n and Scoring of the Seashore Music Talent, Mr. John Zurfluh, Instructor of In- strumental Music, Halleck High School, Louis- ville. WELCOME! K.N.Et A. COMPLIMENTS OF C. F. Paige Confectionery Try Our Lunches Our Malted Milks Are Famous [WA 1021 1207 W. Chestnut St. 14 I GUIDANCE WORKERS' CONFERENCE Wednesday, April 12, 3:00 P.M. QUINN CHAPEL SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOM Marguerite Parks, Chairman Theme: "NYA Contributions to Citizenship Goals for Negro Youth." Music: Boys' Glee Club, Central High School, Carl J. Barbour, Director.. Minuts: IMrs. Henrietta Butler, Secretary. Remarks: H. C. Russell, NYA State Supervisor of Negro Activities. Remarks: Robert K. Salyers, State Director.NYA. Film: NYA Program in Kentucky. Music: Boys' Glee Club, Central High School, Carl J. Barbour, Director.. Introduction of Speaker: Mrs. Lucy Harth-Smith, Booker T. Wash- ington School, Lexington, Kentucky. Address: "NYA Contributions to Citizenship Goals for Negro Youth."' Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune, Assistant National Director of NYA. Open Forum Discussion-High School Principals: "NYA Contributions to Citizenship Goals in Kentucky Schools." Business. Adjournment. Auto Accident Fire Health Windstorm JAckson 4016 J. E. Payton, Agency Complete Insurance Service. 304 Marion E. Taylor Boulevard Louisville, Ky. 15 State Y. M. C. A. of Kentucky MIND-SPIRIT-BODY 221 W. Broadway Hi-Y Conference, Paducah, Oct. 27, 28, 29, 1939 Hi-Y Conference, Georgetown, Nov. 3, 4, 5, 1939. NATIONAL AMATEUR ATHLETIC FEDERATION FOR GIRLS Wednesday, April 12, 3:00 P.M. CHESTNUT STREET RECREATION CENTER Miss Laura T. Fife, Chairman. Opening Remarks: Chairman. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING JEANES TEACHERS' CONFERENCE Wednesday, April 12, 3:00 P.M. ROOM 217-CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL. Mrs. M. L. Copeland, Chairman Mr. L. N. Taylor, Rural Shool Agent. Luncheon Meeting at 1:30 P.M. in Room 106, Central High School. The Louisville Association of Teachers in Colored Schools Professionally and Cordially Welcomes K. N. E. A SYMIAN T. JOHNSON, F. YOLANDA BARNETT, President Secretary Stern's Pharmacy Phone SH. 9203 Free Delivery 2801 W. Chestnut St. DRUCGS - LIQUORS - SUNDRIES Phone WA. 1533 Mfiss Willye Sutton To be beautiful is Nature's greatest creation. For the secret, visit THE QUEEN BEAUTY SHOPPE We specialize in Facial Massages, Manicuring, Hair Dres irg, Marcel Waving, Health Baths, Beauty Baths 815 W. Walnut St. Louisville, Ky. 16 RURAL DEPARTMENT Thursday, April 13, 2:30 P.M. CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' GYMNASIUM Mrs. Mayme L. 'Copeland, Chaarman. Musie: Jefferson County Schools. Opening Exercises: Mrs. E. E. Quarles, Supervisor, Christian County Schools; Mrs. R. E. Cabell, Supervisor, Henderson County Schools. Music: Durham High School, Campbellsville, Ky., Miss Flora Fisher, Teacher. Address: "New Goa's for Rural Teachers," Mrs. Maggie J. Hill, As- sistant Principal, Booker Washington School, Hopkinsville, Ken- tucky. Music: Harlan County Schools, Mrs. Johnnie Wood, Supervisor. Address: Miss Shellie T. Northeutt, National Jeanes Supervisor, Wash- ington, D. C. Music: Durham High School, Campbellsville, Kentucky. Remarks: Mr. L. N. Taylor, Director, Rural Education in Kentucky. Music: Harlan County Schools. Movies: "Rural Education and the Jeanes Teachers," featuring Hamp- ton Singers; "The Negro and Health Education," featuring Tus- keegee Singers. NOTE: There will be a "One Man's Accomplishments in, Industrial Arts" Exhibit by Mr. William Croley, McRoberts, Kentucky. NOTE: All te cl-ers are invited to attend the Jefferson County Music Festival at John Little Mission, 760 So. Hancock Street, Louis- ville, Ky. Welcome to K. N. E. A.-Mrs. W. T. Kammerer, Supervisor of Music, Jefferson County Rural Schools. 17 Plate Lunch 15c Dinner 25c LYRIC GRILL UNIDER NEW MANAGEMENT JAMES E. EWING Sandwiches and Salads of All Kinds Old Fashion Country Ham Beer and Soft Drinks 616 W. Walnut Street Louisville, Ky. I I VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT (Agriculture, Trade, and Home Economics Teachers) Thursday, April 13, at 2:30 P.M. 9UNDAY SCHOOL ROOM-QUINN CHAPEL Whitney M. Young, Chairman. Invocation. Music: Lincoln Institute. Minutes: Mr. George Bullock, Secretary. Music: Lincoln Institute. Remarks: Dr. Homer J. Smith, Professor of Industral Education, Ujni- versity of Minnesota. Introduced by Dr. R. H. Woods, Director of Vocational Education, for Kentucky. Address: Dr. Stattie Ericson, University of Kentucky, Lexington. A. V. A. Report: Mr. George Bullock. Address: "Some Things We Must Not Forget"-Dr. Carsie Hammonds, University of Kentucky, Lexington. Music: Lincoln Institute.- Address: "Education for Life"-Mr. M. H. Griffin, President, West Kentucky State Vocational Training School. Music: Lincoln Institute. Presentation of Sectional Chairmen: Agriculture-Mr. Augustus Mack. Home Economics- Mrs. Grace S. Morton. Trade-Mr. A. J. Pinkney. Special teachers of Vocational Education Department are to have Conference as follows on Thursday, April 13, at 10:00 A.M. in Central High School: Agriculture Teachers-Room 202. Home Economics Teachers-Room 206. Trade Teachers-Room 207. 18 W ELCOME TO K. N. E. A. Haley's Delicatessen CA F9E "A LIVE SPOT IN LOUISVILLE" Fine Foods -Drinks of All Kinds "LEN" HALEY, Prop. Wabash 9045 I ELEMENTARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Thursday, April 13, at 2:30 P.M. QUINN CHAPEL. Mrs. Lucy Harth-Smith, Chairman. Mrs. Mary Gill, Secretary. Opening Devotions: Chairman. Music: a. "Aeross the Fields"-Tschaikowsky. b. "Cradle Song"-Schubert. c. "All Through the Night"-%Welsh Folk Song. d. "The Lord is My Shepherd." All-City Sixth Grade Chorus. Miss R. Lillian Carpenter, Director. Miss Ethel Malone, Accompanist. Correlated Curriculum Activities-Mrs. Lula B. Rowland, Versailles. Demonstration in Music Staff Notation and Sight Reading in the Fifth Grade-Miss R. Lillian Carpenter, Louisville. Remarks: Miss Bonnie C. Howard, Supervisor of Intermediate Grades,. Louisville Public Schools, Louisville. Reading Demonstration: "Sequential Reading'-Miss Carrie McAtee, Louisville. Report of the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History held in New York Gity.-Mrs. Lucy E. Smith. Friday, April 14, at 9:00 A.M. Girls' Gymnasium-Central High School. Fifth Grade Chorus-S. C. Taylor School, Ethel Carman, Director. Audio Visual Education Films-Mr. W. Gayle Starnes, University of Kentucky. Reading for Appreciation-Miss Emana Edwards, Principal, Dunbar School, Owensboro. Art In Primary Grades-Miss Chestina Hill, Lexington. State WPA Museum Project-Miss Dorothy Blackwell, State Super- visor of WPA. Preliminary Written Spelling Contest conducted by Prof. G. H. Brown- and judges, Room 217, Central High School, 9:00 A. M. Annual Spelling Bee, Quinn Chapel, 10:30 A.M., conducted-by Prof. G. H. Brown. Heller's Pharmacy PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Phones: JA. 6943, JA. 9531 Serviee With a Smile 1Sth and Chestnut Louisville, Ky. 19 YOUTH COUNCIL OF THE K. N. E. A. Eunice B. Singleton, Advisor Chairman. of the Advisory Executive Committee Thursday, April 13, 10:00 A.M. Roll Call: Identification of Delegates and IMemlbers of the Organization. Ratification of the Constitution. Objectives of the Youth Council, E. B. Singleton, Louisville. Chorus: "Barcarole"-Offenbach, Girls' Glee Club, Jackson Junior High School, Louisville, Kentucky. Address: "Warm Hearts and Cold Hands," Rev. T. S. Ledbetter, Pas- tor of Plymouth Congregational Church, Louisville. Quartette: (a) "Who Knows," Ball; (b) "Funny Old Hills," Popular. Lincoln Institute Quartette, Lincoln Ridge, Kentucky. Report of Student Organizations as Ihey Are Now Carried On, Rep- resentatives of the Schools. Open Discussion: Suggestons for a Common State-wide Program.. Thursday, April 13, 2:30 P.M. Chorus: "Glow Worm"-Lincke, Girls' Glee Club, Central High Schooil Louisville. Introduction of the Speaker: Miss Anita S. Wilson, Kentucky State College. Address: "Alibis of Youth," Attorney Elsie Austin, Cincinnati, Ohio. Chorus: "I'm Troubled in Mind," Arr. by Board, Girls' Glee Club, Cen- tral High School, Louisville. Panel Discussion: The Eradication of the Inferiority Complex.. (Three minute talks). Introduction to the Discussion: Miss Ruth Jefferson, Lincoln Institute. The Negro in Music: Selected Delegate. The Negro in Art: Albert Queen, Madison St. Junior High, Louisville. The Negro in Religion: D. C. White, Simmons University, Louisville. The Negro in Science: Miss Henrietta Winstead, Louisville Municipal College. K. N. E. A. Visitors EAT AT "Davis Eat Shoppe" 445 S. NINTH St. 20 The Negro in Sports: Miss Minnie Ford, Danville, Kentucky. The Negro in Literature; Selected Delegate. The Negro in Business: Miss Marguerite Smiley, Central High School, Louisville. The Contribution of the Negro Woman to Culture in America: Miss Edwyna Offutt, Kentucky State College, Frankfort. Discussion Period: How We Can Help Build America: Members. Chorus: "A Spirit Flower," Campbell-Tipton-Riegr, Louisville Munici- pal College Chorus, Louisville. Election of Officers. Meeting of Program Committee. Friday, April 14, 9:30 A.M. Meeting of Executive Committee, Followed by Joint Meeting of Execu- tive and Program Committees. (School Organizations' Year's Program.) Friday, April 14, 10:00 A.M. Instrumental Duet: "In Time of Peace," Morrison, Mildred Williams and Gerald Ballew. Book Review: "Youth Tell Their Story," Miss Bettie Louise Whitenhill, Louisville, Kentucky. Vocal 'Solo: "Calling You Home to .Me," Francis Dorel, Elizabeth Bomar, Madison Junior High School, Louisville. Report of Executive Committee. Friday, April 14, 11:00 A.M. Health Picture: Girls' Gymnasium, presented by Miss Loraine Robbins, Louisville Tuberculosis Association. Friday, April 14, at 5:30 P.M. :30-8 :00 PM.-Youth Council Dance, Madison Junior High School Gym. (Music by Rhythm Syncopators) Delegates Admitted Free-All Others 10c Admission 21 BOWMAN APOTHECARY Only Colored Apothecary In Louisville, Specializing In Prescription Filling Only When In Need Of Expertly Compounded Drugs Call Bowman's Apothecary Dr. Theo Bowman, Owner and Prescriptionist Prescriptions Called For and Delivered 1120 W. Walnut St. Phone JA. 6739 I I SCIENCE TEACHERS' CONFERENCE Thursday, April 13, 1:00 P.M. LOUISVILLE MUNICIPAL COLLEGE Luncheon Meeting M. A. Quarles, Chairman Dr. William J. Bright, Chairman of Arrangements Theme: "Method of Motivating Interest Among Science Students." Remarks: M. A. Quarles, Chairman. Minutes: Miss Irene Francis. Music: Selected. Address: Dr. H. D. West, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Ten- nessee; introduced by Dr. William Bright, Louisville Municipal College. Open Forum and Discussion of Address. Intersectional Panel Discussion: Western Kentucky, Southeastern Ken- tucky, Central Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky. Business Meetings: Election of Officers and Reports of Committees. Science Exhibits: Central High School and Municipal College. N. A. A. C. P. WOMEN'S COMMITTEE PRESENTS A FASHION REVUE AND DANCE PYTHIAN TEMPLE "VANCE SALE 35c AT DOOR 50c 22 WELCOME K. N. E. A. at the KANN & KRUPP Cut-Rate Drug and Liquor Store 600 West Walnut Street, S. W. Corner Prescriptions Our Specialty Dr. J. B. Hudson, formerly with Central Drug is with us now and invites the patronage of all his friends Ice Cold Beer, Short Orders, Sandwiches of all kinds Free Delivery WA. 2830-9224 SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT ,CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL-ROOM NO. 207 Thursday, April 13, 2:30 P.M. David H. Bradford, Chairman. Opening Remakrs: Chairman. Address: "Some Desirable Goals in the Teaching of the History of the Negro in Africa and America," Mr. Henry E. Cheaney, Ken- tucky State College, Frankfort. Business. Adjournment. ADULT AND NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHERS' CONFERENCE WESTERN BRANCH LIBRARY-10th and Chestnut Sts. Thursday, April 13, 9:00 A.M. Lyle Hawkins, Chairman. Anthem: Audience. Invocation. Music: Audience. Roll Call and Collection of Dues. Formation of Committees. Introduction of Guest Speaker-Mr. Lindsey Allen, State Director of Adult Education. Address: Dr. L. R. Alderman, Director, Education Division, Works. Progress Division, Washington, D. C. 12:00 Noon: Recess. 1:30 P. M.: Spirituals-Adult Education Teachers' Trio. Open Forum. Friday, April 14, at 9:00 A.M. WESTERN BRANCH LIBRARY. Anthem: Audience. Invocation. Music. Demonstrations: "Teaching Technique"-Open Forum. "Devices"-Open Forum. Music. Report of Committees. Adjournment. Friday, April 14, at 3:00 P.M. QUINN CHAPEL CHURCH-912 West Chestnut Street. Address: "Meeting America's Number One Educatonal Problem"-Mr.. James A. Atkins, Specialist in Negro Education, Washington, D. C.. 23 LIBRARIANS' CONFERENCE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL-ROOM NO. 201 Thursday, April 13, at 2:30 P.M. Mrs. Hortense Young, Chairman. Theme: "The Library's Contributions Towards the Accomplishment of the Goals in the Education of the Colored Child." Introductory Remarks: Chairman. Readinjg! of the Minutes of the Last Conference. Address: "The Relationship of the High School Principal to His Li- brary," Prof. P. L. Guthrie, Principal, Dunbar High School, Lex- ington, Kentucky. Discussion. Adjournment. Friday, April 14, at 9:30 A.M. Opening Remarks: Chairman. Symposium: "What Is Expected of the Library in the Accomplishment of the Following Goals; 1. Improvement of Reading Habits. 2. Training Youth in Mechanical and Business Pursuits. 3. Education That Will Lead to Better Health. 4. Improving the Personality of Youth. 5. Inspiring Pupils to Exhibit a Spirit of Industry and Perfection in Performance. 6. Eradicating the Inferiority Complex. Business. Election of Officers. Adjournment. PRINCIPALS' CONFERENCE AND BANQUET Thursday, April 13, at 4:30 P.M. Phyllis Wheatley, Y. W. C. A., 522 S. Sixth Street Miss Nora. H. Ward, Newport, Chairman. Discussion: "The Purposes of Education in American Democracy" (The following speakers using five minutes each): Prof. J. V. Robinson, Prof. S. L. Barker, Prof. J. R. Caulder, Prof. W. S. Blanton, Prof. W. H. Humphrey. Introduction of Speaker: President W. H. Fouse, Lexington. Address: "Negro Educationu in Kentucky," Dr. Leonard Meece, Depart- ment of Education, University of Kentucky. Piseussion: Prof. C. R. Bland, Prof. W. H. Story, Prof. A. E. Meyzeek, Prof. H. S. Osborne. 'Address: "The Principal Looks at His Library," Miss Virginia Lacey, Louisville Municipal College, Louisville. 24 Banquet 6:00 P.M. President W. H. Fouse, Presiding. Grace: Rev. A. D. Williams, Mt. Zion M. E. Church, Cincinnati, Ohio. Introduction of Speaker: Prof. H. R. Merry, Lincoln-Grant High Scihool, Covington. Address: "What Are the Results of Schooling?"-Dr. J. Kenneth Lit- tle, Professor of Education, University of Wisconsin. Discussion: Principals A. L. Poole, Bowling Green; L. W. Gee, Hop- kinsville; C. M. Caibell, Henderson; A. H. Taylor, H. E. Goodloe, Russellville; A. S. Wilson, Louisville. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY DEPARTMENT DUNBAR SCHOOL, Ninth and Magazine Streets' Thursday, April 13, 2:30 P.M. Mrs. Blanche Elliott, Chairman Devotion: Conducted by Mrs. B. G. Elliott, Chairman, Greenville. Discussion: "Methods and Devices in the Teaching of First Grade Readingo," Mrs. Meecie R. Dukes, Browder, Kentucky. Demonstration: "Kindergarten's Part in the Reading Program" (Read- ing Readiness), Mrs. Bertha T. Callery and pupils of Dunbar School, Louisville. Solo: Elvira Rice, First Grade. Demonstration: "Demonstration in Staff Notation in the 2A-3B Grade," Miss Carrie Mae Wilson, James Bond School. Discussion: "Social Studies, An Incentive to Good Reading," Miss M. L. Hatton, Union City, Kentucky. Address: "Reading Readiness in -the First Grade," Miss Beatrice Car- michael, Ciandidate A.M. Degree, Columbia University, in Ele- mentary Education. Business. Adjournment. WEI RIECOMMEND The City Cab The iCar With the Golden Stripes For Safety and Driver Protection K. N. E. A. TEACHERS and VISITORS CALL JA. 1925 JA.9304 25 HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE DEPARTMENT Friday, April 15, at 9:00 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOM, QUINN CHAPEL. Dr. J. T. Williams, Chairman. 'Opening Remarks: Chairman J. T. Williams. Kentucky State College Freshmen-T. R. Daily, Acting Head of the Department of Education, Kentucky State College. 'Fifteen Minutes Discussion. 'The Challenge of Educational Goals-E. Champ Warrick, High School Teachers Department, Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, Ohio. Fifteen Minutes Discussion. ART TEACHERS' CONFERENCE Friday, April 15, at 9:00 A.M. DUNBAR SCHOOL, Ninth and Magazine Streets Ouida C. Wilson, Chairman. 'Song: "America." Opening Remarks and Devotional Exercises: Crhairman. Minutes: Miss Rachel C. Jones, Secretary. "Objeet Drawing in Primary Grades," Miss Beatrice Spain, Talbert School. "How the Applied Art Course Is Being Used at Central High School" Mrs. Annie Yancey-Garvin, Central High School. Song of Colors: 4B Grade, Miss Patsy Sloan, Dunbar School. Adjournment. NOTE-All teachers of the K. N. E. A. are urged to visit the Art Exhibit which is to be on display at the Dunbar School on April 13 and 14 from 8:30 AJM. until 5:00 P.M. Mrs. Lena Hillerich, Supervisor of Art in the Louisville Public Schools. Have your Car Completely Serviced at Your Own F. & M. Service Station 8th and Wlanut Sts. JA. 9311 Gasoline, Spark Plugs, Oil, Bulbs, Tires, Accessories, Lubrication, Washing, Batteries, Polishing, Anti-Freeze, Vulcanizing OPEX 24 HOURS A DAY Frank L. Moorman J. E. McDonald 26 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Friday, April 14, 9:00 A.M. Chestnut Recreational Center, 920 W. Chestnut Street. Robert H. Thompson, Chairman. Memarks: Chairman. Lecture and Demonstration: "Some Offensive and Defensive Situations Every Basketball Coach and Player Should Know," Mr. J. R. Bacon, Coach at Union College, Barbourville, Kentucky. Discussion: "An Ideal Athletic Program for Small High Schools," Mr. W. L. Owen, Cadiz, Kentucky; Mr. W. R. Cummings, Pikeville, Kentucky; Mr. H. A. Kean, Frankfort, Kentucky. General Business. ANNOUNCEMENT The Kentucky High School Athletic Association will meet Thursday night, April 13, 1939 at 10:00 P. M., in the chapel of Beckett's Funeral Home, 1026 West Walnut S'treet. There will be a business meeting at which time H. A. Kean, secretary-treasurer, will make his report on the basketball tournament. FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS' CONFERENCE (Luncheon Meeting) English Teachers Invited. CENTRAL HIGH. SCHOOL CAFETERIA Friday, April 14, 12:30 P.M. 'Mrs. Hazel Brown Williams, Chairman of Foreign Language Teachers' Conference. Address: "Meeting Trends in the Teaching of Foreign Language," Dr. Will Mercer Cook, Atlanta University. Round Table Discussion: One Hour. ROOM 217 CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. Friday, April 14, at 3:00 P.M. Mrs. Hazel Brown Williams, Chairman. Discussion: "Stimulating Interest in the Study of Foreign Languages" -Led by Miss Mary Elizabeth Black, Madison Junior High School, Discussion: "Motivating Advanced Study of Foreign Languages".--Led by Miss F. Louise Matthews, Central High School, Louisville, Ky. Business: Election of Officers; Plans for Summer Trip. Adjournment. ENGLISH TEACHERS' CONFERENCE ROOM 217 CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. Thursday, April 13, 10:00 A.M. Business Session. Mrs. Jewell R. Jackson, Chairman. Friday, April 14, 10:00 A.M. LYRIC THEATER. One-Act Play Contest. Friday, April 14, 12:30 P.M. Luncheon Session with Foreign Language Department. CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA. 27 1915 WELCOME K. N. E. A. 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