Vol. III, No.3

Spring 1976

Issue 11


TABLE OF CONTENTS

IT'S ALMOST SPRING by Carla Davis
Elegy to a new season

MOLASSES REVISITED by Danny Hough
A refresher course in molasses making

FROM ONE-ROOM HIGH SCHOOLS... by Nelle Franklin
Series on development of Missouri high schools

      CALL ME BY MY CAPITAL J by Carla Roberts
      Jessie Burley Lebanon High School 1899

      OUR ADAMS BUILDING by Teresa Reed
      Photo essay of a lost building

      BASICALLY THEY HAVEN'T CHANGED
      Ralph Cook--Bloodland High School 1932

      IT SERVED ITS PURPOSE by Kathy Hawk
      Hazel Cravens--Morgan High School 1939

      WE LIKE IT SMALL by Teresa Reed and Ellen Massey
      Metz High Schoo1--1976

THIS SPEECH OF OURS by Jenny Kelso
Colorful expressions

FROM THE PEN OF THE EDITOR by Jim Baldwin
Results of our subscriber survey

WILD GREENS by Nancy Honssinger and Kyra Gibson
Twenty-one popular Ozark greens

GREENS GATHERING THROUGH THE GENERATIONS by Loma Paulson
A reader writes of her experience

VARIOUS VITTILES by Nancy Honssinger
Preparing wild greens for your table

PLUMB STUPID CRITTERS by Janet Lauder
Stoutland High School junior goes coon hunting

JUMP RIGHT IN by Emery Savage
A beautiful day, friendly people and cider

SO THEY SAY by Jim Harrelston
Beliefs on weather, cures and animals

INTRODUCING OUR STAFF

PUBLISHER'S INFORMATION


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