Volume VII, No. 1, Fall 1979
|Gerry Darnell||Carmen Broyles|
|Kyle Burke||Chris Cotrel|
|Carl Davis||Mark Engsberg|
|James Heck||Gina Jennings|
|Mike King||Tracy Waterman|
|Linda Lee||Leigh Ann Anderson|
|Jill Splan||Todd Waterman|
|Lance Collins||Angela Hancook|
|Joe Jeffery||Lea Ann Hicks|
|Donna Scott||Vickie Massey|
|Doug Sharp||Darrell Pollock|
|President||Ellen Gray Massey|
|Vice President||Meldred Donald|
|Asst. Secretary||Kathy Long|
|Asst. Treasurer||Robert Duncan|
BITTERSWEET, a special English class of students grades ten through twelve at Lebanon High School, hopes to capture the lore, crafts, traditions and culture of the Ozark people and to portray characteristics of the land which have influenced their life and development.
Ralph Gray, Editor, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD, Gaithersburg, Maryland
Vance Randolph, Folklorist, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Frank Sartwell, Editor, DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE, Hyattsville, Md.
Pyke Johnson, Jr., Doubleday and Co., Old Greenwich, Connecticut
Ben F. Nelms, Professor of English Education, UMC, Columbia, Missouri
James C. Kirkpatrick, Secretary of State,
Jefferson City, Missouri
Russel Gerlach, Assoc. Professor of Geography SMSU, Springfield, Mo.
Theresa Teasdale, First Lady, State of Missouri Jefferson City, Missouri
Paul (Pete) Page, State Representative
Frank N. Wright
Dr. Howard W. Carrington
BITTERSWEET is published quarterly by BITTERSWEET, Inc. Circulation is by subscription and newsstand. Back issues are available. All unsolicited manuscripts must be accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. We welcome letters and assume we may use them in our magazine. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any form, except for brief excerpts for review purposes, without the consent of the editors of BITTERSWEET. Second class postage paid at Lebanon, Missouri 65536 (ISSN 0097-8884) Return requested. Title design protected by U. S. Trademark registration.
Copyright © 1981 BITTERSWEET, INC.