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Volume IX March-April, 1940 No. 3 PROGRAPM NL m F r i I Ad NEW GYMNASIUM AT LINCOLN INSTITUTE J. Mansir Tydings, Architect, Whitney M. eounu, cIyCcor I "An Equal Educafional Opporiunity for Every Kentucky Child' S a~~~~~~~~~llr W ry~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~A epa 1 - I I I I' Kentucky Central Life and Accident Insurance Company Home Office: Anchorage, Ky. Over thirty-seven years of faithful ser- vice to policyholders. Over $20,000,- 000 paid to living policyholders and beneficiaries since organization. Over $1,000,000 in United States Govern- ment and Federal Land Bank Bonds on deposit with the State of Kentucky for the protection of policyholders. If not insured see our Agent at once. District Offices in all principal cities of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, West Vir- ginia, and Pennsylvania. I - i i LI NCOLN INSTITUTE _ oil _ K EN TUC KY LINCOLN RIDGE, KENTpTTcY A fully -accredited VOCA- TIONAL HIGH SCHOOL for young people of Ken- tucky who desire an equal educational opportunity. A qualified faculty.... Col- lege preparatory courses. Accredited by. the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the State Department of Educa- ,,j A=-^tion, as an A-class school. 0 Vocational courses under State regulations and ade- quately equipped. Applied Electricity, Plumbing, Stea. Boiler Oneration, Janitorial Service, Agriculture, Dairy- ing, Building Trades, Home Economics, Music. Boarding Department with reasonable rates. A:.well regulated program for the all-around develop- mnent of -the student. FOP. FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE Whilney M. Young, Director LINCOLN INSTITUTE - - I 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 S. L. Barker, Owensboro, President of K. N. E. A. EDITORIAL COMMENT THE 1940 CONVENTION The issue of the K. N. E. A. Journal is devoted mainly to the 1940 convention program. Teachers and educators are urged to read it through and make final plans to attend the convention in Louisville from April 17-20, 1940. 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 proceeding of the meeting which will include the important addresses of the convention. President S. L. Barker wants this to be the banner year in K. N. F. A. enrollment. Recall that he is anxious to have as many as possible pay a fee of $1.50 and be listed as honor mem- bers of the K N. E. A. Be sure to bring 'your membership card and badge if you have already enrolled. Support your profession; it supports you! THE 1940 K. N. F. A. ELECTION Voting on admendments and K. N. E. A. directors will take place on Frida.y, April 20. Voting will be by secret ballot at Quinn Chapel Church. Your membership card is necessary for s~curing a ballot, therefore, bring it with you. Important amend- rnents to the K. N. E. A. Constitution are to be voted upon. These are found on page 27 of this Journal. OUR FRONT COVER On the front cover of this Journal, is a picture of the new gymnasium at Lincoln Institute. This building'is a gymnasium and auditorium combined. A new kitchen and cafeteria are in- cluded in the new construction project. The'building will cost approximately $30,000. This marks another milestone in the progress of Lincoln' Institute under the directorship of Whit- ney M. Young. The building contains a regulation basketball floor, 5Q'.x 9W', and a stage for school entertainments and assemblies. Lincoln Institute has had outstanding basketball teams and a comprehensive athletic'program for recently they have been the state champions in basketball. The new gymnasium will meet the continously expanding physical education program at the in- stitution. The building was designed by Mr. J. Mansir Tydings, business manager; and the building construction supervised by Mr. A. J. Pinknrey, instructor in carpentry at Lincoln Institute. 0EXERAL OFFICERS S. L. Barker, President---------------------------- Owensboro Pearl M. Pattcn, First Vice-President____-----------Madisonville J. Bryant. Cooper, Second Vice-President_____________Louisville Atwood S. Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer_- __-eLouisville L. V. Ranels, Assistant Secretary_______ __________Winchester Elizabeth G. Clark, Historian_________---____-____-Springfield BOARD OF DIRECTORS S. L. Barker, President -_____________________Owensbora Lyle Hawkins (Term expires 1940) __ Louisville Victor K. Perry (Term expires 1940) ---------------Louisville Whitney M. Young (Term expires 1941) Lincoln Ridge E. Poston (Term expires 1941) -____ _ __Paducah DEPARTMENTAL AND CONFEAENCE CHAIRMEN J. T. Williams, High School and College Department ---Frankfort Lucy Hart-Smith, Elementary Education Department --Lexington M. L. Copeland, Rural School Department - _________Hopkinsville R. L. Carpenter, Music Department --------___________Louisville Whitney M, Young, Vocational Education Depart=ent -_____________-----__________________ _____Lincoln Ridge Nora H. Ward, Principals' Conference ----___--------Newport- Blanche G. Elliott, Primary Teachers' Department _-Greenville Eunica Singleton, Ycuth Council --------------------Louisville Ouida Wilson, Art Teachers' Conference -ilouisville Rufus Stout, Social Science Teachers' Conference -----Louisville H, n. Crouch, Saienice Teachers' Coriference -__------ rankfort Robert S. Lawery, English Teachers' Coifferensce __-.___Louisville Naomi Lattximore, Librarians' and Teaichers' Cotterence -- -~~~~~~~~~_Louisvillek Lecrnzo Jones, Athletic Directors' C6nfereuce _ _-Hendersort Miai'gurit@' Parks, Guidatice Workers' Conferenie - __-__-Louisville? 11azel B. Williamas, Poreigf Language Teachers" Cofnference - - - - -----. - Louisvi-le- Lyle Hawkins, Adult rdueation Department - - Louisville PRESMDIrT OCF IC. I. E. A. DrSTmICw EDiUfCA'TIONAL AgSS6CATVOUS (K. NK L. A. 61RCAMMERS1 I. Plumer Nichols,Hickman - First District Assoclation 2. Austin tdwards, Earlington _ Second District Associatiorn 9. R. H. Sewell, Glasgow -- Third District Association 4. Amos R. Lasley, IfodgentsVile _ otfrfh Dfsfrict Agsocfatifo 5. Etta Taylor, Harrods Creek ---------Fifth District Associatiori 6. Whitney M. Young, Lincoln Ridge __________________________ - _ -uegrisf Distrie Asseefationt 7. H. R. Merry, Covington ---------Northern District Associatiort 8. William GiIL:rt Wheelwright __-_ astern t51striet Association 0. A. F. Ofbsorr, Pinoville -------------------------------------- __ _ _-_r __---- App r Cumberlahd D'istriet Msociatiort 2 OUTLINE OF 1940 K. N. E. A. CONVENTION XApril 17. 1L 19. 20 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Sixty-fourth Annual Session CENTRAL THEME: "Democracy in Educatione Wednesday, April 17 S:00 A. M. Registration of teachers at headquarters, Quinn Chap- el, 912 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky. 10:00 A. M. Visitaticri to Louisville Schools in session. 3:00 P. M. Fourth Annual Student Musicale at. Quinn Chapel. All teachers invited to this program. 7:00 P. M. Music Recital-Presenting local artists at Quinn Chapel. 9:15 P. ME First General Session of K. N. E. 'A. Address by President S. L. Barker and Dr. Charlotte Hawkins- 'Brown, Sedalia, N. C. Thursday, April 18 9:30 A. M. Second General Session. of K. N. E. A. at Quinn Chapel. Business Session. 10:45 A. M. Address: Dr. Rodney H. Brandon 11:15 A. M. Agree pieture to enrolled teachers at Lyric Theater. 2:30 P. M. Sectional Meetings of K. N. E. A. at Central High School Buildings 5:00 P. M. Principals' Conference and Banquet-Phyllis Wheat- ley Branch, Y. W. C. A., 528 South Sixth Street. 7:00 P.' M. Music Recital-State Artists. 8:15 P. M. 'Third General Session-Address by Langston Hughes, poet, dramatist, and novelist. Friday, April 19 9:00 A. M. Sectional Meetings of K. N. E. A. at Central High School Building. 10:30 A. M. Spelling Bee in Elementary Education Department, at Quinn Chapel, G. H. Brown, Director. 1:00 P. M. Luncheon Meeting-Ex-Presidents of K. N. E. A., W. H. Perry, Sr., Chairman. 2:00 P. M. Band Concert-Kentucky School for Blind at Quinn Chapel. 2:30 P. M. Fourth General Session at Quinn Chapel-Address by H. Council Trenholm, Executive Secretary of the American Teachers' Association. Special Re- ports: Legislative Committee, Resolutions Commit- tee, Secretary-Treasurer's Financial Report, Auditing Committee. 8:15 P. M. Ninth -Annual Musical-Columbia Auditorium. Saturday, April 20 9:30 A. M. Business Session of K. N. E. A. at Central High School Gymnasium. 7:00 P. M. Twentieth Annual Exhibition at Armory-Pageant. 3 X. f. E. I. COMMITTEES TO RENP5flr Thursday, April I.-Mornlng Sealom 1 Necrology Committee-Prof. Amos Lasley, Hodgensville; Chairman, 2, Legislative Coznmittee-Prof, A, E. Meyzeek, Louisville, Chair- man, 3. Nominating Committee-Prof. W. E. Newsome, Cynthiana, Chairmn. Friday, April 19-Afternoon Session I.. Resolutions Committee-Mr., J. I- Ingramy Frankfort, Chair- man, 2. Auditing Committee-Prof. P. L. Guthrie, Lexington, Chair- man, &. Research Comnmittee-Dr, G. D. Wilson, Louisville, Chairman, Chairman, Saturday rning. General Seuion 1. Advisory Comnnittee-Mr. H. C, Russell, Louisville, ,Chair- man. 2. Rural Seh6ol Comnittee-Mrs, M. L. Copeland, Hopkinsville, Chairman, ;. lIgher Education Committee-Dr, J. T. Williams, Frankfort, Crhairman. 4. Educational Inequalities Committee-Prof. L. W. Gee; Hopkinsville, Chairman. . t-outh CounciI Cohinttee-Miss Eumiee Singleton, Louisvile, Chairmami 6. Scholarship Loan Committoe-Miss E. M. Kennedy, Louisville, Chairman. 7. Vocational Problems Committee-Prof, Vrank Orndorff, Russeilville, Chaimin~. S. Reportz of Departmental Chnirmen. See list of departments on page 2. Each report limited to f6ve minutes. Note, The emtfre personfiel of eachi Committee was given on. page 2 and 3 of the January-Vebtaty, 1940 K. N. P. A, Jouflial, K. N. E. A. VISITORS EAT AT "DAVIS EAT SHOPPEY' 445 S. NINTH STREET 4 FIRST GENERAL SESSION Wednesday. April 17 at 8:15 P. M. Seated on Rostrum: Past Presidents of the K. N. E. A., Officers and Directors. Presiding: J. Bryant Cooper, Second Vice-President of K. N. E. A. Chorus: "I Want Jesus To Walk With Me"-Stor--------Central High School, Mrs. Nannie Board Crume, Directress. Invocation: Rev. G. Horace Jenkins, Pastor, Quinn Chapel Church. 8:25 P. M. Welcome from Local Schools: Prof. J. Bryant Cooper, Principal, Phyllis Wheatley School, Louisville. 8:32 P. M. Response to Welcome: Miss Carrie D. Murray, Prin- cipal, City School, Carlisle, Kentucky. 8:40 P. M. "The Lord's Prayer,-Malottie-Deis-Central High School. 8:45 P. M. President's Annual Address: President S. L. Barker, Principal, Western High School, Owensboro, Kentucky. Solo: (a) 'When I Am Laid in Earth," (Recitative and air from Dido and Aeneas)-Henry Purcell. (b) "Thou Art Risen, My Beloved" from "Scngs of Sun and Shade"-S. Coleridge Taylor-Carl Barbour, Louisville. 9:30 P. M. Address: "Democracy in Education"-Dr. Charlotte Hawkins-Brown, President, Palmer Memorial Institute, Se- dalia, N. C.-Introduced by Dean David A. Lane, Louisville Municipal College. 10:15 P. M. Chorus: "Sit Down"-Stor-Central High School. 10:20 P. M. Announcements and Benediction. MD0t K. N. C. A. RXHIBRIiON A P aM o 0 Y SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 7 P. M. Drum and Bugle Corps-7-8 P. M. Pageant of Negro Music -8 P. M.-lO P. M. Social Hours - 10 P. M. to Midnite 1000 ON PROGRAM Adults 35c-Adv. Sale 25c Students 25c-Adv. Sale 15c 5 THE LOUISVILLE DEFEIWdER A Sure Index of Service The Louisville Defender has the largest circulation of any Kentucky Weekly. Its fast reading, streamlined heads and make up and complete coverage of news events, have won the favor of Kentuckians everywhere. Covers Kentucky like the Bluegrass. Home Office: 617-19 W. Walnut St., Louisville, Ky. I ; l SE!COND GENERAL SESSION Thursday April 18 at 9:00 A. Ma Prof. S. L. Barker Presiding General Singing-Led by Mrs. Blanche Elliott, GreenvilIe, Ky. Invocation: Rev. J. L. Bottorns, Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Ky. Selection: Orchestra-Jefferson County Schools, Mrs. Goldie Hyatt, Directress. 9:15 A. M. Report of Necrology Committee and Memorial Ser- vice-Prof. Amos Lasley, Chairman, Music-Boys' Glee Club-Central High School, Louisville -Carl Barbour, Director. 9:45 A. M. Report of Legislative Committee, Prof. A. V. Mey- zeek, Principal, Jackson Junjor High School, Louisville, Chair- man. 10-0 A. M. Address: "How to Keep Boys out of Prison"-Dr., Rodney H. Brandon-Introduced by Miss Nora H. Ward, Newport, Ky, 10:40 A. M. Display-of "Murals," by Art Pupils-Madison Jun- ior High School, Jackson Junior High School. 10:50 A. M. Report of Nominating Committee, W. . Newsome, Cynthiana, Chairman. 11:00 A. M. Announcements and Adjournment. 11:15 A. M. Special picture at the Lyric Theatre, free to all teachers showing tiembershfp cards, 6 WELCOME TO K. N. E. A. LYRIC and GRAND TH EATRES R. L. 1ANSAW Mgr, N THIRD GENERAL SESSION Thursday. April 19 at 8:15 P. M. Seated on the Rostrum: Presidents of District Associations and District Organizers, S. L. Barker, President of K. N. E. A., Presiding. Music: "Indian Love Calr'-Friml-Lincoln Institute Choral So- ciety-Lincoln Ridge Institute, Mrs. Alyne Martin, Directress. Invocation: Rev. W. Augustus Jones, Pastor, Fifth Street Bap- tist Church, Louisville. 8:20 P. M. Report of Governor's Committee of Higher Educa- tion-R. B. Atwood, Pres. Kentucky State College. 8:30 P. M. Lincoln Institute Key Award-Mr. J. Mansir Tydings, Lincoln Ridge. Solo: Miss Clara Atchinson-"Hills"-Frank LaForge. 8:40 P. M. Address: "The Doors of Tomorrow"-Langston Hughes, poet novelist, and dramatic artist. Introduced by Mr. Robert Lawery, Chairman, English Teachers Conference, K. N.E. A. 9:30 P. M. Recognition of visitors in attendance at K. N. E. A. Convention. We Recommend THE CITY CAB The Car With the Golden Stripe For Safety and Driver Protection K. N. E. A. TEACHERS and VISITORS CALL JA. 1925 JA. 9304 7 AFTER THE SESSION: Refresh Yourself-Dine and Dance As Guest of the OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY Thursday Nite, April 18 AT COTTON CLUB Mammoth Floor Show at Midnight Couvert 35c DON'T FORGET! THE ONE-ACT PLAY CONTEST Thursday, April 18, 6:30 P. M. CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM ADMISSION 15cts.-Tickets will be on sale at Central High FOURTH GONERAL SESSION Friday. April 19 at 2:00 P. M. President S. L. Barker, Presiding. Band Concert-Kentucky School for the Blind, Otis Eades, Director. 1. "Projects March"-Harold Bennett --------Band 2. "Magneta Overture"-William Hufl --_____ Band 3. Cornet Duett-Selected-Bennie Clay Holten and Dunbar Scott. 4. "Moonbeams Serenade"-William Huff ----Band 5. "Scenes from Operland"-AI Hayes _______ Band Baritone Soloist-Willard Clay. 6. "Teddy Trombone"-Fillmore --------------Band Trombone Soloist-Arco Williams. Invocation: Rev. M B. Lanier, President of Simmons TUniver- sity, Louisville, Ky. 2:30 P. M. Report of RTesolutions Committee, J. H. Ingram, Frankfort, Chairman. 2:40 P. M. Annual report of of Secretary-Treasurer, Atwood S, Wilsc.i, Louisville Ky. 2:50 P. M. Music: "Deep River"-Spiritual-Boys' Glee Club, Jackson Junior High School, Wiley B. Daniel, Jr., Director. 3:00 P. M. Report of Auditing Committeo, P. L, Guthrie, Lex- ington, Chairman, 3:10 P. M. Address: President R. Cotncil TrenhoIm, Executive Secretary of the American Teachers Association. 4:00 P. M. Music: "Sparkling Sunlight"-Arditi-Girls' Glee Club-Jackson Junior High School. 4:10 P. M. Report of Research Committee, Dr. G. 1D. Wilson, Chairman, 4:20 P. M. Announcements and Adjournment. Ã‚Â¢. L. HODGES, Florist Flowers, The Ideal Gift No Expression of Sentiment More Beautiful 52,6' S. 18th STREET SI1awnae 4923 8 FINAL GENERAL SESSION Saturday. April 20 at 9:30 A. M. Business Session of K. N. E A. at Central High School Gym- nasiumn. Invocation: Prof. Carl M. Burnside, County High School. Monti- cello, Ky. 9:45 A. M. Reports of Advisory Committee, Rural School Com- mittee, Higher Education Committee, Educational Inequalities, and other committees. 10:15 A. M. Reports of Departmental Chairman (Each limited to five minutes.) 10:45 A. M. Report of Researr-h and Special Committees. 11:00 A. M. New Business and plans for 1940-1941. 12:00 A. M. Adjournment of the 64th Session. 7:00 P. M. Twentieth Annual Exhibiilon.-Jefferson County Armory.--Pageant cf Negro Music."_.Social. TALKING PICTURES Free to teachers enrolled in the K. N. t. A. who present membership cards for 1940 at Lyric Theatre, Thursday, Aprill 18th at 11:15 A. M. PLAY CONTEST One-act Play contest, sponsored by the English Teachers Conference, Thursday, April 18, 6 P. M. Central High School Gymnasium. Admission 156 cents. Inter-Collegiate Press 615 Wyandotte Street KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Maiufacturers and Distributors of Year Books - Jewelry - Invitations - Visiting Card3 biplomas - Caps and Gowns -Class Gifts - Medals W. C. COCHRAN Centucky State Supervisor KENTUCKY STATE ALUMNI WILL HOLD THEIR ANNUAL BANQUET and BUSINESS MEETING Fridays April 19th. at Y. W. C. A. 528 South 6th Street - Time 4 P. M. I MUTH AMNUAL MUSICALr Columbia Auditorium-824 So. Fourth AvenUg Friday. April 19. 8:30 P. M. Miss Coreania Hayman, Soprano, Wilberforce, Ohio, Guest Artist Mrs. Alzeda Buford, Accompanist R. Lillian Carpenter, Mistress of Ceretnonieo PROGRAM "Spirit Flower" _--- - - -- - - Stanton "A Heart That's Free ----------------- Robyn "The Star"" Rogers Miss Hayman 'Somewhere a Voice is Calling" -_____________-__ Tate "'ohn, the Revelator" Apollo Quartet Carl Baxbour, 1st tenor-H. W. O'Bannon, baritone Douglass Reid, 2nd tenor-C. L. Thomas, bass Ift "Sweet Little Jesus RoVI' 'SRye and Bye"--Spiritual "I Don't Feel No Ways Tired" Miss Hayman IV "In. the Fields" ____________--__ William Dawsos "Pantum Ergo" -- __-__-__---__-_ - Gluck "The Clown" - - Leon Cavalls Double Sextette Kentucky State College, Mrs. C. 3. Michaels, Directress V "Vale" Russell "Harodiade" --_-- _________------------------ Massenet 'Devotion -- ------- _____-- ________ . Strausw Miss Hayman VI "0 Southland"- -3 J. RosamondJohnson "Drink to Me Only With Thine Egyes" Johnson-Blakeslee Louisville Municipal College Choral Club Mfg, Barbara S. ller, Directra Vt' "The Voice in the Wilderness" Scott The Lord is my Light" Allitsoni "The Lord's Prayer" -Malotte Miss Hayman Vifr "Song of the Vikings" --V------------- --_- raning "My Lord, What a Morning" -__________Arr. by Burleigh Deep River Echoes Chorus, R. Lillian, Carpenter, flirectresÃ‚Â§ 1o MUSIC DEPARTMENT Student Musicale. Wednseday. April 17, 3:00 P. M. Quinn Chapel R. Lllian Carpenter. Chairman Piano Solo: "Leap Frog" ---_Seeback. --Catherine Lighbourne Piano Solo: (a) "From a Wigwam" ------------------Williams (b) "Home on the Range" -- -----Arr. by Williams Patricia Pearson Diana _-__Grand Valse de Concert ----Holst --------Two pianos Ileane Lee and Elizabeth Schultz Bagdad ----Curtis -_--________-_-__-Nellie Agnes Roberson Piano Solo: "Shadow Dance" ----Brett --------Julia Mae Hall Piano Solo: (a) "Valse Op. 64" -- --------------------Chopin (b) "Prelude Op. 28 No. 18" ----------------Chopin Lucinda Yates Military March---- Schubert --------------------Lucille Wilson Piano Duett ----"The King's Review" ----Mary Elizabeth Nichols Bernice Taylor Vocal Solo: "Give Me a Hillside" ---------------John Miles, Jr. June Lively, Accompanist "Valse Chromatic" --Godard -__-__ - Juanita Franklin "The EMfe" ----Philip -_________________ _leana Lee "Minuet" _-__Bach ----------------------------_Carrie Perkins "Moonrise" _...Parkland and Girls' Choral --------June Lively, Directress, Tella Marie Cole, Accompanist "Polonaise (Op. 28 No. 2)" _.Chopin ------Bernice Clay Holton Piano Solo ____YMammy" ___ Dett ------------Golda H. Hyatt "Etude No. 5" __Bilbro -______-____-________Yvonne Young "Minuet From Beethoven" ___ Sonata Op. - _ Two pianos Goldie Mae and Golda H. Hyatt Vocal Solo: "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair"' - ______ -------------------- -------------------Robert Terry Downs Piano Solo: "Ballads"! ____Burgmuller ------Patrica Hammonds Piano Solo: "Rustle of Spring" ----Sinding --------Mary Eliza James Story ----"How A Negro's Song Became Famous" with piano accompaniment.--Bettie Jean Martin Piano Solo ----'Polish Dance' -______-___-------Scharwenka Elizabeth Schultz Piano Duett: "Arabesque"-Heller ------Charles and Thomas 'P. Blue, Jr. Piano Solo: "Passing Parade"_---Brett -__-__--Douglas George Piano Solo: "Narcissus" --- Nevin ---(Two pianos) - Irene and Nettie Lon Lively Piano Solo: "Gavotte" ____ David Pepper -----Mary Ethel Lane 11 MUSIC DEPARTMENT (Conilnuedl Piano Duett: "Dark Eyes" _-.Transcribed by Robert R. Perry Dunbar Scott and Bennie Clay Holton MUSICALE PRESENTING LOUISVILLE MUSICIANS Wednesday, April 17, 7:00 P. M. Place: Quinn Chapel. R. Lillian Carpenter, Chairman PROGRAM Selections: Orchestra --Central High SchoolhMrs. N. G. Crume, Directress Piano Solo: (a) "Murmuring Zephyrs"_ Jensen (b) "Deep River"_-S. Coleridge. Taylor Mildred. Williams Piano Solo: "Crescendo"--Per Lasson ---- Anna Ruth Williams Piano Solo: (a) "LentoS'-Cyril Scott (b) "Bamboula"__S. Coleridge Taylor Gerald Ballew Piano Solo: "Prelude in G Minor"sRachmaninoff ----------- --__________________ ~ Thomas F. Blue, Jr, Vocal Solo: (a) "One Fine Day" from Madam Butterfly) . ----- -_______________________________ -Puccini (b) "The Birthday .Song"--Huntington Woodman --------------______ ____Sara__ Catherine Barham Piano Solo: "Sonata in E. Minor"--Grieg ------ Robert Crawford Vocal Solo: (a) 'Vision Fugitive" (from flerodiade) --Massenet (b) 'The Lord's Prayer"--Mallote Desmoines Beard flute Solo: "Over the Waves"- - _ Lucian Dixon MUSIC DEPARTMENT SESSION Thursday, April 18, 2:00 P. M. R. Lillian Carpenter, Chairmat' Demonstration and resume of study of "The Use of Negro Music in Negro Schools." The following schools. participating Douglas School S. C. Taylor School Lincoln School Phyllis Wheatley School Western School Dunbar School Talbert School Virginia Avenue School Discussion and Evaluation Of study Sextette Demonstration_---George McClellan School-------Miss Edyth Wilson, Teacher 12- HUSICALE: PRESE1TING STATE AND OTHER MUSICIANS April 18. 7:00 P. Mb Qhiinn Chapel :F LiMlan Carpenter, Chairman Selections: TBanda-Ridgwood - ------- Oliver Rhodes, Director 1. March-_'Under the Double Eagle-A. T. Wagner 2. Waltz."Over the Waves"--Arr. by W. 1L Mackie 3. MathShelby-S. E. Noel 4. Waltz--`Pond Lillies"-_Owen 'Hayes 5. March-YNational Emblem7'-Bagley Chorus: "Spemg Jourmey- Eirk Hayes 'When 'hrough the Nightf'"Liszt Clark Ridge wood-Mrs. 3uanita Lonas, Direttress Violim Solo: (a) "Gipsy Serenade"-iValdez (b) 'Ave Maria"-Bach-Gounod (c) 'ZEligid Waassenet Arthur L. Johnson, Richmond Solo: Anna Scott Ring, Princeton Spiritual: 'IHlNever Turn B3ack No More'r-Dett Lullaby: "Winkin, Blynken and Nod"P _levin Charles 'R. Woodson and S. L. Smith, Directress Bardstown Training Schoul, Bardstown, Xentuc'ky "Desert Song"XRomberg "Honor, Honor" iHall Johnson Girlse Glee Club-Madison Junior High School, Miss Alyce Holden, Direetress -I Can't Stay Away"__Negro Spiritual "'When Day Is Done"-_Katscher Boys' Glee Club, Madison Junior High School, William 3X King, Director Louisville Louisville %.tZiII1tk~ttnfl Todayas inesl Piano Perhaps alone of all artistic pianos of today, the Baldwin that goes into your home is ex- actly the same 13aldwin that is used upbn the concert platform, in radio stations and in sound pictures. THE BALDWIN PIANO CO. 308 WEST BROADWAY 13 ELEMEfT'ARY EDWCAr6N9 DEPARtMEMf Ouinn Chapel, Thursday, April 1U at 2:30 P. X MArs. Lucy Rarth Smith, Chairmian Devotions --- Chairman Teaching Arithmetic in Elementary Schols__IMrs, Mary B. Ha Douglass School, Lexington, Ky. Music-Jefferson County Schools _____"America"-Block "The Lord's Prayer"-Forsyth 'My Pledge"-Hull Demonstration., Developing the ability in social studies to re- organize and re-evaluate material ___5th grade, Mary B, Talbert School, Mrs. Eloise Bell Alexander 4th grade., Paul Dunbar School, Miss Ida Mai Johnson Music: Jefferson Cougnty Schools ____ "Holy Art Thou"-HIandel "Country Gardens"'--iegger "How Did You Feel"-Spiritual Curriculum tftrollm-nt of Gifted Children. and Retard Chil- dren-Mrs. Theda Van Lowe, Douglas High School, Lexing- tori, Kentucky Teaching Negro History in Elementary SchoolsMiss Ada Crawford, Woodford County School Friday Morning~ Devotions' Chairman Music: Sixth Grades-Douglas SchooL, Miss Susie St, Clair, Directress "Major Problems Faeing Elementary Teachers"-Mrs Minnie tJ, Hitch:, Principal, Model School KentuckY State College, Frankfort, Ky, Music: Fifth Gradce-l1ooker T. Washin-gton School, Miss Piercy Kester, Direatress The School Museum As a Medium of Enriching The Curriculum of Eleemefltary Schools-Miss Madeline Clark-, igooker 'T Washington Sehool, Lexington, Ky. Adress: "The Teaching of English"-Mrs. Afice Snuels, Frank- fort, Ky, Music: Fifth aid Sixth Grades-.-Lirleoln School, Anna Lauderdale Directress A report of the New Orleans' Meeting of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History-Mrs. Lucy Harth Smith ANNUAL SPELLING CONTEST ___ Prof. G. Ti. Brown, Director Awarding of Spelling Prizes-Miss Anita S. Wilson i4 RHl0 SCHOOL AND COLLECE DEPARTMENT Thutsday, April lB i 2:3O P. M. SUNIAY SCHOOL ROOM, QUINN CHAPEL lDr. $. T2. Williams, Chainnmn Opening Remarks: Chairman J. T. Williams Panel Discussion: "What Kentucky Negroes Can Do To Fatil- itate the Growth Of The State's Educational System' Mr. T. IL Dailey-Associate Professor of Education, Ken- tucky State College, Frankfort Mr. Paul Guthrie-Principal, Dunbar High School, Lexington Mr. W. H. Perry, Jr.,-Principal, Madison Street Junior High School, Louisville Dr. G. D. Wilson-Prolessor of Education, Louisville .Munici- pal College nusiness andi Ad)ournment * PHOME: WA. 15733 MlSS WILLYE SUTTONt To be beautiful is Natyre's greatest creation, For the secret, VISIT THt QUEEN BEAUTY SHOPPE We specialize in Facial Massages, Mani-curing, Hair Dressilg, Mait-e1 Waving, Health Baths, flea'aty 13aths 815 W. WALNUT ST, LOUISVILLE, XY. WRITE FOR OUR CATALOGUE U CENTRAL SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY 11-313 W. MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KE:NTUCIY Get The Latest Teaching Aids Mail Orders Given Prowpt Atlebkilof I I I. I RURAL DEPARTMENT Wednesday, April 17. 3:30 P. M. Jeane Teachers Conference Room 217, Central High School Thursday, April 18, 2:30 P. M. Central High School, Girls' Gymnasium Remarks: Chairman, Mrs. Mayme L. Copeland Music: Jefferson County Schools-Mrs. Emma Bennett, Super- visor Music: "My Pledge"-Mrs. Lettie Long, Directed by Miss Sadie Abstain Invocation: Prof. J. W. Waddel, Elkton, Kentucky Music: Jefferson County Music Clubs Music: Boys' Glee Club, Durham High School, Campbellsville, Kentucky-Miss Flora Fisher, Directress Address: Mr. P. D. Fancher, Superintendent Union Co., Schools Comet Solo: Miss Consuella Copeland, Kentucky State College Remarks: Mr. L. N. Taylor, S t at e Department of Education, Frankfort Music: "Country Gardens" and a Negro Spiritual-Mrs. Agnes Duncan, Directed by M. S. Morris Remarks and Demonstrations: "Sunshine in Shadows"-Mrs. Zetta Calhoun Solo: Mrs. Hazel K. Carlisle, Hopkinsville Movies: a. Open Eyes b. Jeanes Teachers and Their Contributions c. Let My People Live Music: Jefferson County Clubs Awarding Prizes: Jeanes Poster Contest Benediction HIale r's Phavrmaoy Prescription Specialists PHONES JA. 6943-JA. 9531 Make Our Store Your Headquarters 18th & CHESTNUT STS. LOUISVILLE. KY. The Louisville Association of Teachers in Colored Schools Professionally and Cordially Welcomes .~~K Xs C m An LYMAN T. JOHNSON F. YOLANDA BARNETT President Secretary 16 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Room 109-Central High School (Boys Gymnasium) Thursday, April 18, 1940 2:30 P. M. Chairman: Whitney M. Young Secretary-George Bullock Presiding- Whitney M. Young Music---- Prayer_--_ zitroductory Remarks Minutes: Prof. George Bullock, Secretary, Central High School Echoes From the Past: Prof. T. H. McNeil, Louisville, Kentucky, Central High School Music: N. Y. A. Chorus-Mrs. Jessie Scott, Directress Address: Prof. H. S, Brown, A. M., West Kentucky State Vova- tional Training School Address; Miss Mary Lois Williamson, Director of Home Eco- nomics Education, Frankfort, Kentucky Address: Mrs. Virginia Bronaugh Falls, Rural Education Depart- ment, and Assistant Dean of Women, K. S. C Address: Speaker from K. N. E. A., Dr. Struck of Penn. State or Dr. Earl Badell of Detroit SYMPOSIUM Vocational Education The Building Trade ----Mr. Ben Patterson-_.Georgetown Ky. House Hold Service -------Miss Viola Nelson-------Paducha Ky. Auto Service ------Mr. Lawrence K. Davis-----:Mt. Sterling Ky. Selection of Foods ---- Mrs. Robin H. Davis----Mt. Sterling, Ky. Each speaker is requested to limit his talk to a minutes-____Time will be allowed for discussion. Demonstration ---Value of Antique Furniture------.Prof. Paul Smith, Dunbar High School Music Business Session: a. Old business b. New business e. Election of Officers Home Economics Teachers Meeting------Room 203, Central High School Industrial Arts Teachers Meeting Meeting.---Room 206, Central High School Trade 'Teachers Meeting-----------Room 109, Central High School WELCOME TO K. N. E. A. "A LIVE SPOT IN LOUISVILLE" HALEY'S DELICATESSEN-CAFE Fine Foods - Drinks Of All Kinds "LEN" HALEY, Prop. WAbash 9045 MUSIC-Thur., Fri., Sat., and Sun. 17 PRINCIPAL'S CONFERENCE AND BANQUET Thursday, April 18, 4:30 P. M. Phyllis Wheatley Y. W. C. A.. 528 South Sixth St. Miss Nora H. Ward, Newport, Chairman Discussion: "Defeating Delinquency Through Adjustment" A. The Home-Mrs. Lucy Harth Smith, Lexington B. The Physician-Dr. C. Milton Young, C.P.H. Assistant, C. The Psychologist-Mr. Whitney M. Young, Educational Director, Lincoln Ridge D. The School-Mr. W. H. Perry, Jr., Louisville Introduction of Speaker-Miss Nora H. Ward, Newport Address: "Implications for Educators from the Social and Economic Status of the Negro in Kentucky"-President R. B. At- wood, Kentucky State College Banquet 6:00 P. M. Prof. S. L. Barker, President, K. N. E. A., Presiding Grace: Prof. W. E. Newsome, Cynthiana Introduction of Speakers: Mr. Clyde Liggin, Louisville Address: "The Challenge of Delinquency to School Administr.- tors"-Mr. Carl C. Lyles, Principal Lincoln High School, Princeton, Ind. Discussion: Mr. C. H. Parrish Mrs. Elizabeth G. Clark Mrs. Elizabeth F. Bowen Mr. A. E. Meyzeek Miss Clara B. Clelland Mr. A. S. Wilson WELCOME! I X. JW IEJ A. | COMPLIMENTS OF C. F. Page Confectionery Try Our Lunches Our Malted Milks Are Famous WAbash 1021 1207 W. CHESTNUT ST. 18 KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Thursday, April 18 at 2:30 P. M. Dunbar School-9th k Magazine Sts. Mrs. 13lanche Elliott, Chairman Opening Exercises: Mrs. Blanche G. Elliott, Supervisor, Muhlen- berg Cobrat Sthoals Music: Demonstration in Rhythm in the Primary Grade-First and Second Grades, James Bond Sehool, Mrs. Beatrice Eades, Teacher Discussion: "Providing for Individual Differences in the Teach- ing of Readinge-Miss Maggie Jones, Danvrille, Kentucky, Miss Tolene Collins, Henderson, Ky. Music' First Grade, Parkland School, Yis. P. A. Lowery, Teacher Reading Demonstration, "Developing thinking in Primary Grades Using Poetry-MMiss Nellie A, flughes, Third Grade Dunbar Si&hl Discussion: "'Safety"-Miss Addin Candle, Padueah, KXy. Address, "Methods in Teaching Art"-Mr. C. H. Johnson, Ohio International lnstitute, Wilbertoree thiversity, Wilberforce, 0. Election of Officers AAdjournment ART DEPARTMENT Art Teachers' Exhibit and Conferene& Dunbar School-Oth & Magazine Sts. Friday. Aprl 19. I046 910 Al 1. Devbtional Exercises S. Opening Remarks-Chal iat-IMiss Oulda Wilson :3. Minutes Miss :Ratkl e C loneri, Sefretary 4. This yea~t the '.art sesion" offers a rare and beauatihu grogtam Pupils of the Junior fligh School will present 'Muralse These 'MuralsP will picture Operas and Spirituals. As the pictures are shown, the tnmusic will be suhg by' the puplls . The 'Murali- program will be directed by the folowing teach- qers ifo the Junior High Schoolss Miss Minnie Speaker, Jackson Junior Hligh SchooI Miss Roberta 'T. lXansberty, Madison Junior hligh scool Mrs. Hattie Figg Jackson, Madison Junior High S. Aaartgsz i"Technique in Art T1raining,"' by Mr. C. 'H. Johnson, birector of Art, The Ohio Intetnatlional InStitate, WVilberforce, 'Universltty. DOV TMISS THIS GRAND PROGRAM - Art Work of Louis- ville on Exhibit at Dunbar School Thurs., April 18 and Friday, April -S. .ALL TEACHERS ARE INVITED. Is ENGLISH TEACHERS CONFERENCE Room 101, Central High School Friday,. April 19 at 9:00 A. M. Foreign Language Teachers are invited Robert S. Lawery, Chairman Opening Remarks: Chairman Introduction of Speaker: Miss Maude Brown, Louisville Address: Mr. Langston Hughes, poet, novelist, and dramatic artist Discussion Leader: Mrs. Hazel B. Williams Report on State Organization for Debating: Mr. T. M Bond Report on Creative Literature C o n te s t and the Awarding of Prizes-Mrs. Virgil Ford Report on the One Act Play Contest: Mr. Blyden Jackson Bussiness and the Election of Officers Adjournment FOREIGN LANGUAGE CONFERENCE Thursday. April 18 at 2:30 P. M. Room 217 Central High School Mrs. Hazel B. Williams, Chairman Introductory Remarks: Mrs. Hazel Browns Williams, Chairman Music: Mr. H. W. O,Bannon, Madison, Junior High School Address: "Traveling in Haiti and Sareto Domingo"-Mr. H. M. Jason, Instructor of English, Kentucky State College Exhibit: Exhibitors: Miss Gladys Williams, Jackson Junior School Miss F. Louise Matthews, Central High School Mrs. Hazel Brown Williams, Louisville Mr. A. J.. Richards, Kentucky State College Municipal College "Teaching of Foreign Languages in Negro Schools in Kentucky" Miss Juanita Offutt Business Tea-------Hostesses: Miss Maude Brown, Central High School Miss Mary E Black, Madison Junior High School Mrs.. Loretta Haddox Hale, Jackson, Junior High School Mrs. Augusta E. Merriweather, Louisville Municipal College 20 LIBEARMANS' CONFERENCE Thursday. April 18 at 2:30 P. M. Room 202. Central High School Mrs. Naomi Lattimore, Chairman THEME:E_-HE LIBRARY AND THE CHILD Introductory Remarks Chairman 1. A. demonstration: The use of the library in the Primary grades- II. The library and the Handicapped child-Mrs. Helen An- thony-Kean, Louisville III. The Library and the Problem child-Mr. L. B. Jett, Louisville IV. Classroom and County Library Service as rendered by the Louisville Free Public Library Colored Department-Mrs. Minnie McAfee Cooper Friday mornin5 April 19. 9:00 A. M. I. Library Facilities for Negroes in the South-Mrs. Louise Bond, National Chairman of the Children's Reading Di- vision of the National Parent Teacher's Association II. Some Definite Needs of the Negro Librarian and Her Li- b r a r y-Mrs. Viola Chenault Teacher - Librarian, Mt. Sterliing, Kentucky, SOCIAL SCIENCE' DEPARTMENT Friday, April 19. 9:00 A. M. Room 207. Central High School Mr. Rufus Stout, Chairman Greetingst Chairman Reading of Minutes Introduction of Members Address: "Teaching History to. High Sbhool Students Who An- ticipate Entering College" by Prof. Floyd W. Craw- ford, Louisville Municipal College Panel Discussion: "Teaching of Social Sciences to Present Day- Students' Led by Prof. D. I1. Bradford, Kentucky State College 1. Mra. Rose Mllen Orr, Madison. Jr. High School 2. M. G. W. Parker, Richmond IIlgh School 3. Miss Elizabeth Mitchell, flate High School, Danville 4. Mr. H. E. Cheatey, Kentucky State College Election of Officers Adjournrenit GUIDANCE WORKERS' CONFERENCE Wednesday, April 17, at 3:30 P. M. Girls' Gymnasium, Central High School Marguerite Parks, Chairman Theme: "Vocational Adjustment in a Democracy" 1. Selection: Boys' Glee Club, Central High School, Louisville, Carl J. Barbour, Director 2. Discussion: "Contributions of the Classroom Teacher to Vo- cational Adjustment" (5 minutes each Miss F. Yolanda Barnett, Madison Junior High School Mr. F. A. Taylor, Jackson Junior High School Mrs. Jewell Jackson, Lincoln Grant School, Cov- ington, Ky. Miss Lynda Boyd, Southern Junior High School 3. Selection: Boys' Glee Club, Central High School, Carl Bar- bour, Director 4. Appointment of Committees 5. Introduction of principal speaker-Mr. Harvey C. Russell, State Supervisor of Negro Activities, National Youth Administration 6. Guidance Possibilities in a Student Work Program-Mrs. Gaye M. Peters, State Supervisor NYA Student Work Program, Leader Participants-Mr. E. W. Whiteside, Principal, Lincoln School, Paducah; Mrs. Betty Davis, Princinal, Ed Davis High School, Georgetown; W. M. Thomas, Prin- cipal, Russellville Friday, April 19 11:00 A. M. Sunday School Room of Quinn. Chapel Selection: Audience Discussion: "Attitudes As a Factor in Vocational Adjustment" L. B. Jett, Director J. C. C. H., Anchorage, Ky. Selected Solo: W. R. King, Director of Madison Junior High School Report of Vocation's Day Celebration. Mr. Whitney M. Young, Mrs. Gertrude Sledd, Louisville Lincoln Ridge Miss M. E. Kellis, Paris Mr. R. L. Dowery, Columbia Mr. W. H. Craig, Covington Mr. F. L. Robertson, Paducah Mr. Alvin C. Boyd, La Center Mr. R. M. Crume, Louisville Mrss. P. M. Lonas, J. C. C. H. Mrs. Daisy Fitzgerald, New Anchorage Liberty Miss C. M. Berry, Louisville Miss R. V. Mickens, Owensboro Mr. H. S. Brown, Paducah Miss Rosa Banks, Louisville Report of Committees 22 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Friday, April 19 at 9:00 A. M. Chestnut Street Recreation Center Lorenzo D. Jones, Chairman Section I..A Symposium Of Physical Education In Kentucky (a) "Phys. Ed. Survey in Kentucky" (ten minutes) By Robert White, Kentucky State College (b) "What to do about it?" (10 minutes) By F. A. Taylor, Jackson Junior High School, Louisville (c) "Organizing a Phys. Ed. Program in a gym-less school" By Mr. W. C. Peyton, West Paducah High School, Paducah (d. "Getting the most out of your gym treatment" 13y William Johnson, Madison Junior High School, (e) "Utilizing the Phys. Ed. Teachers in the School Curricula By Prof. Paul Guthrie, Dunbar High School, Lexihgton (f) Ten minute question and discussion period Section 1.1-Coaches Club (a) "What we expect Freshmen Linemen to know" By J. 1. Steward (b) "A Plan for the Standarization of Basketball officiation 'throughout the State"-Lamont Lawson, Lincoln Inst. Section UlI-Departmental Busines SCIENCE TEACHERS' CONFERENCE Thursday, April 8I at 1:00 P. M. Louisville Municipal College Luncheon Meeting Dr. H. S. Crouch, Chairman Dkh Win. J. Bright, Chairman of Arrangements THEME: Science Instructiuon Ana The OozuninH Remarks: The Cairtman Minutes: Miss Gladys 3. Spain, Sicretary Presentation of Speakers: The Chairman Address: Dr. C. M, Young, M.D. 'Theme Discussion: Led by Dr. E. D. Raines and Dr. 11. S. Wilson Business Ueetings Report oi Science Bulletin-Mr. J. B. Brown Rieport of Materials C'omnmitte- Mr. W. W. Jones TRepurt of Committee on Arrangements-Dr. Wm. J. Bright Election of Offiners 8C19NRM `EXHIBITS: Central High School and Louisville Munieipal College Thursday and Friday Auril 18. 19. 10:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M. Chestnut Street Itealth Cenier S-PECAL HEALTH DISPLAY, and demonstration on SYPHILI1S AND SERIOLOGY. Conducted by Kentucky State Board of Health 23 YOUTH COUNCIL OF K. N. E. A. Boys' Gymnasium, Central High School Thursday, April 18, 10:00 A. M. Eunice B. Singleton, Chairman of Advisory Committee Edwyna Offutt, President Roll Call: Identification of delegates and members Welcome: Edwyna Offutt, Kentucky State College, Frankfort Response to Welcome: Ruth L. Hine, Forest School District, Anchorage, KentLucky Minutes of 1939 Conference Solo: "Homing" - Theresa Del Reigo, Jeannie Scay Lewis, Jackson Junior High School Address: "The Youth Council as an Educational Unit"-Mrs. Hazel Brown Williams, Member of Youth Council Advisory Committee, Louisville Municipal College Address: "The World Federaticn of Educational Associations at Rio De Janeiro, Brazil in., 1939"-C. L. Harris, Member of Youth Council Advisory Committed. Newport. Kentucky. Reports from Student Organizations and Discussion Adjournment Thursday, April 18, 3:00-6:00 P. M. Youth Council Reception and Dance at Madison Junior High School, 18th and Madison Streets Friday, April 19, 10:00 A. M. Solo: Selection-Paul Brown, Madison Junior High School Introduction of Speakers: Delegates Address: "How the Youth of Kentucky May Benefit by the N. Y. A."-Mr. H. C. Russell, State Supervisor of N. Y. A. Chorus: "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes"-Noble Cain---Girls' Glee Club, Central High School Panel Discussion: "Youth Inherits the Depression"-Dorothy Blackwell, Hazel Childs, Eunice, Grundy, Orlester Owens Mary Lee Reed, Mary Thompson Discussion Period: Meeting of Program Committee to plan state program-May 1940-April 1941 Friday, April 19 at 2:00 P. M. Report of Program Committee, Outline of year's Program, Election of Delegates to National Youth Conference and Election of Officers. Friday, April 19, 4:30 to 7 P. M. INSPECTION AND SOCIAL HOUR N. Y. A. CENTER Municipal College Campus 7th & Kentucky Streets Mrs. Jessie T. Scott, Chairm.4n 24 ADULT AND NURSERY SC1.O0L TEACRES cCONrERENCE Thursday, April 18, 1940 9:00 A. M. GENEIIAL THEME-RURAL ADULT EDUCATION Williain D. Johnsbn. Chairman 9:00 3SM Audience :o1ll Call and Registration Address of Welcome -_____ Lyle Hawkins, Supervisor Adult Education, W. P. A. W100 Introduction of Guest Speaker Addrmss VocaI Selections" l2:0 Recess Introduction of Supervisor and Guest 1:30 Instrumental Seleetioi - __H. L. Anderson, Jr, 2:30 Vocal Secetions Address: "Freedom For Growth Through Self Realiza- tion"-Mr. 0. A. Harris, Area Supervisor. W. P. A, Vocal Selections: Adult High School Chors SECOND SESSIOIN Weslern Branch Librazy-Friday. April 19, 9:t0 A M, 9:30 Musict Audience Invomation Demonstrations "Teaching Techniquet and Devices For Literary EducationÃ‚Â° Open Forum Opened by Miss Elnora Sutherland, Adult Rducatian Teaeher `'e~athing Techniques and Devices For General Adults' Opened Ybr=nm Methods and Devices- Behavior Probleais and Comrnunity Cooperatiof'.-lNursery Sehoo1 I2:OOA:lO Music: Audiente Address: "lRethinkini Adult Educationtu- Mr. George Woolfolk, Principal, Adult High School LbuisvilUe, Rentucky 2:Ba 8usines seosioyl PrbgraiM bf Spetial Educational Asnociation-Mr. Ronmol Nichols, birector of Special Education De'rteniYt 4o Eaubatikn STERN'S PHARMACY Phon SR. 9203 Free Delivefy 2801 W. Chestnut St. DRUGS - LIQUORS - SUNDRIES ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT "On The Trail With Lewis and Clark" By Bonnie C. Howard, Supervisor in Louisville Public Schools As a supplementary reader, Miss Bonnie C. Howard's "On The Trail With Lewis and Clark" serves two purposes. The book is so well organized that advanced pupils may skim along as it were; and backward ones may be helped at every step. Variety is the book's catch word. Adventure has a flag for every breeze.. History, geography, nature study and drama pivot a crusade that meanders from the Mississippi to the Pacific. The reader may close his eyes and enjoy all the trickery of a natural movie. Miss Bonnie C. Howard has given the teachers a book that will relieve study and the children a book that is their very own Joseph S. Cotter, Principal S. Coleridge Taylor School, Louisville TODD DUNCAN Noted Negro Baritone Presented by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority SUNDAY, APRIL 7-3 P. M. Columbia Auditorium, 824 S. Fourth St. Prices: $1.00 Patron's Ticket 75c-56c 26 SUPPORT THE STATE Y. M. C. A. OF KENTUCKY DEVELOP-Mind Spirit Body Fifty-eight Hi-Y Clubs. Eighty-two groups registered in State- Wide Bible Contest from twenty-three High Schools. Contin- uous Spiritual, Mental, Healthful growth. Auto Accident Fire Windstorm Health JAckson 4016 J. E. PAYTON AGENCY Complete Insurance Service 304 MARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 ] ] PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO T1S L.N.E.A. CONSTITUTION In accordance with the present constitution of the K. N. E. A. Which was published in the October-November K. N. E. A. Tour- hial, a series of amendments were submitted by 1R. L. Dowery. These amendments may be summarized as follows and if ape proved by two-thirds vote of the Association will be added to the constitution as listed in the announcements of the proposed amendments: "That the X. N. P. A. havLe nine educational districts, the president of each district teachers association by virture of his of- fice to become a member of the X. Ni E. A. hBoard of Directors. The Vice-presidents of the district teachers association are to serve as K. N. E. A. District Organizers. the Directors expenses will be paid by the K. N. E,. A., eLxcept in the ease where the die rector is more than 100 miles from the convention meeting place, in which case the additional expenses will be borne by the district &ssociation. Provisions are to be made to have these amendments effective after the April 1940 bonrvention." The K. N. E A. 3oard of Directors recommend a change in Article 10, Section 3 of the constitution as published on page 38 and 39 of the January-February K. N. E. A. Toumial. This Amends raent may be sutmarized as folliows: t~That there be 8 areas in Kentucky which will include the varilbus district teachers msbeiations. These areas are to be. (1) Western, (2) Mid-western, (3) Jefferson County, (4) Blue Grass, (5)Nurthen, and (6) Eastern Area. A qualiication for member- ship on the Board of Directors will be that. the person represent brie of the above districts arid that the president along with these b persons make a Board of Directors bf v persons. The present Board of Directors would have the power to elect 2 additional Jpersbfxs to the Board of Directors following the 1140 convention, ;nd to execute the ideas of the proposed amendments. The present are to include the counties indicated on the map of Kentucky on page 44 of the January-Pebruaty K. N. . A. Journal. The Board of Directors of the K. N. E. A. recommended the Aollowing proposed WAmndmefnt changing the Constitntion' "That Article V, Section I be revised to read as follows: "The annual membership fee for active members shall be $1.50 per year to be paid to the Secretary-Treasirer at, br before, the time of the regular meeting or as otherwise provided. This member. Ship fee shall include subscription to the K. N. E. A. Journal. Associate members shall pay an annual fee of $1.00. On Friday, April 19, teachers will have the opportunity to vote on these amendments. On the ballot, voting on these amend- ments will facilitate in the following summary form: (1) Do you favor amending the K. N. E. A. Constitution so that teachers shall pay an annual membership fee of $1.50 in ac- cerdance with the announcement on page 39 of the January- February 1940 Journal? Yes_------- No________ (2) Do you favor having the Board of Directors of seven per- sons, the president and 6 others who are to represent various areas of Kentucky in accordance with an outline of these areas as shown on a map on page 44 of the January-February 1940 Journal? Yes_------- No________ (3) Do you favor having this president of each of the nine District Teacher Associations becoming automatically memberss of tke Board of Directors of the K. N. E. A. thus making a Board of Direetorss of 10 persons in accordance with the detailed an- nouncement of R. L. Dowery on page 39 of the October-November 1939 K. N. E. A. Journal? Yes_------- No________ NOTE: Teachers are to vote yes or no on each of the above three proposed groups of amendments to the K. N. E. A. Con- stitution. THIS K. N. E. A. JOURNAL and the K. N. E. A. PROGRAMS WERE PRINTED BY THE I. WILLIS. COLE PUBLISHING CO. PRINTERS and LINOTYPERS The Leader Building Louisville, Ky. Home of "The Louisville Leader" 28 Built For Your Protection THE DOMESTIC LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY "COMiBINE A VACATION WITH STUDY IN LOUISVILLE" LOUISVILLE MUNICIPAL COLLEGE ANNOUNCES ITS 19 4 0 SUMMER SESSION JUNE 10th to JULY 13th EXCELLENT FACULTY DIVERSIFIED COURSES REASONABLE RATES Fully Accredited BAN Grade College For Further Information Address: TZIE DEAN The West Kentucky Vocational Training School PADUCAI, KENTUCKY Offers to promising young men and women_ on the high school level, the following courses: AUTO MECHANICS CABINET MAKING CARPENTRY CHEF COOKERY ELEC. 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