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nent speakers as Dr. Frissell, principal of Hampton Institute Dr. A.
C. True, director of the State relations Service, Washington, D. C. Dr. E. C. Sage, assistant secretary of the General Education Board, New York Arthur D. "Wright, a Virginia school inspector, Richmond Hon. R. C. Stearnes, State superintendent of public instruction, Richmond Jackson Davis, field agent of the General Education Board Miss Ella G. Agnew, in charge of girl's club work, Rich mond Miss Virginia P. Moore in charge of girl's club work in Tennessee Mr A. E. Spear of Vineland, N. J. Prof. S. B. Heiges, of the Virginia Department of Agriculture Dr. Isaac W. Hill, in charge of boy's club work, Washington, D. C. T. 0. Sandy, Virginia state agent of farm demonstration work T. M. Carrpbell, in charge of extention work at Tuskegee Institute E. A. Long, i n i a o i s i a n s u I n u s i a I n s i u e a N e a W Crouse, P. F. Skofield, and John B. Pierce, all of Hampton Institute. "STORY OF BREAD" "Dawn of Plenty," the spectacular motion-picture story of 5000 years of the history of the struggle for existence, was seen by at least 3500 people during three exhibitions. This graphic portrayal of the nation s struggle to secure food through the centuries has been worked out carefully and at a cost of over $40,000 by the International Harvester Company of Chicago. The pictures illus trating the use of the primitive implements in comparison with the wonderful modern machinery, views of farming conditions in Egypt, India, China, Korea, Germany, and America, were of ab sorbing interest. OTHER CONFERENCES Following the Farmer's Conferences, three interesting groups of Southern leaders held meetings for the purpose of exchanging ex periences and getting new ideas for improved methods of com munity improvement work. Dr. James Hardy Dillard, of Charlottesville, director of the Jeanes and Slater Boards met the following state supervisors of rural schools: James L. Sibley, Alabama Leo M. Favrot, Arkansas George C. Godard, Georgia F. C. Button, Kentucky N. C. New bold, 15.