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Full text of "Minutes of the Home Culture Club of Raymond, Mississippi 1947-1956"

Oot. 1947 

The Culture Club met In 1 0. room 
of Hinds Jr. College, wit' 29 members present and 

fire rial to 

Mrs. 'Veils presided in abseno of the presi- 
dent. 

The r r and visitors introduced 

.wo ne members-Mrs. Ray Means and Mrs. .V.C. Stand 
if- roduced. 

"inutes '-ere rea^ bv Mrs. N. f'pann. 
A letter og resign of Sec. Mrs. A. 
Seivers wns read and ecoepted. The election of 
a ne - s«w. was postpone^ because ballots were n 
prepar 

M rs. Puryear presented before club By- 
La v for final approval. 

Mrs. O.V. hearer moved that the By-Laws be 
accepted with this amend entr-Treasurer shall 
card members who fail to pay dues by end of club 
year. 

Pres. announced next neeting will be h£ld 

Nov. 25 in place of Nov. 27 as stated in yearbook. 
Mrs. Peyton as welfare chairman reported th 

need of cur ta ins at the home for the aged. Mrs. 
Rennet ar Mrs. . . hearer offered to donate 
these. 

Miss Whitake presented a program on ^Lobbies 
Club members displayed attractive Hobbies. 

After the meeting adjoiirned the hoste s ser 
vei refreshments. 



Respectfully submitted, 






Nov. 22,1947 

The club roor- was the seoene of Nov. meeting 
•igts we^e greeted and served by hostesses 
Mrs. N. Spar- Ls, Kelly Wil iaras , .towzee, 
-)binef , L8fl Maud He I 'rs. A.R.Bp 
«rson. 
Club wa~ called to tor^er by the President 
. Lewis. Poll w* j«*i4=e onmitted. 

•a r^a^ bv acting 9e A . "rs. 
Matthews, who was a anointed to serve until 

of offic rs. 
rs. Townspn^ ra Bi '"7.86 in the 

elfare Chairman Mrs Peyton reported that 
the curtail and bee- delivered and hun~ in the 
te Aged. 
A U 8 guest sneaker for th^ afternoon Mrs. 
King-interior decorator for Kenr.ington- gave 

•iost interest. i -i - discussion pertaining to the 
decoration nn liv»hi ^f our homes. She also 
Bug ested a decorating scheme for our own olub 
room. Her visit with us as most inspiring. 
The mo«tin then adjourned. 

•spectful 1 ' submitted, 



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Jan. 29,1 4-8 

0n Ja . 'Tne Culture Club 

th€ 'arve- Mashburn. 

The mee- - calle I order by -he Fres . 

Mrs. Lewis ar 1 tt ool mision. 

Aft* th« rol Nov - meeting 

v ..,. « n ^ | e-. following this guests and 

n ,^n* b wpre reoogr elcomed. 
]tn Vm ; Mrs. Clarke to s*rv« 

ohaiTwn of e n^mbershir committee f s rest 

e club year. M^ii mm 

b. Puryear moved each member pay a dollar 
on her'birthdav to the club trasure— this monev to 
h© used for the Sept. meeting at which time we 
ent*rta1 our husbands ar 1 teachers. The motion 
was second^ by MPB. Jones and a nroved bv the club. 
Mrs ".•ells re-ortd a bill of U.90 owed to the 
teac- tor materials use J Ln e Xraas. program. 
Mrs. Burleson moved that we na-r this debt.th- 
-as secondedbv I ri*d. 

Pres. called attention to vV * change in date 
of the next maetlng— from? Feb. 27, to Feb. 19. 

Shea-er was asked to serve as nrogram 
chPiman for v eb. me^- : 

Mrs . Lewi* anointed Mrs. O.V. Sheerer, lira. Joe 
■ant, and Mrs. Rowze* bs Mominatlng oommittee. 
At 'he clor« f + h* business session a most 
int p ting book review -as given bv Mrs Rowzee. 
Tn keenin • with our -hene"hohhiesy Travel was *h top 
ic of ir- t. In of the book "KALONA" 

".rs. Rowzee took us from France to Alaska. 

Respectfully submitted, 



February l r <, 

Th" Raymond Hone Cultue Club net In the audi- 
torium or the Ooru o'lool Feb. 19, 

. Lewis ,tha fres., orene' the meeting and 
the •• ■ ' re I in unison. 

a roll was oalled and guests ware welcomed. 

of previous meeting ware read °n1 a 
p*. oved . 

Mrs. Townsend reported "$8.16 in the treasur 
Durir business session Mrs . Peyton 
reported she ha^d been unable to give supplies 
to th^ Home for the Aged, duo *o laok of funds. 
It was suggested use her own Judgment aboat 

what was most needed for thie purpose and our 
treasury could supply the neoesaar unds. 
Mrs. Lewis expressed he'- thanks andd 
appreciation for the splendid oooperation of the 
uittees. 

Attention was called to the magazine drive 
sponsored by the Raymond P.T.A. 

As is the usual custom of the Culture Club 
Ayear's subscription for a magazine will be sent t 
the T.B. TT ospital. The mooting motion ws made by 
Mrs. P. Gillespie an" seconded by ''as. Jones. 

The nominating comm. presented the following 
"lumbers a 5 candidates for election: 
Pres . lira. Levis 
V.Pres. Mrs. Burleson 

SEo. Mrs. "atthe-'s 
Trees. Miss Stewart 
Parlim. lira, Wells 
Historian. Mra T ones 
This groun vps electd b- r secret ballot. 
Mrs. 'Veils thanke 1 everyone for hel lng oarry ou 
the year's program on Hobbies, 
th sa "astlend then presented a beautiful 
disnlav of her Hobby —Books r— and gave a delightful 
program on this subjeot. 

This was the H obb-' Show of the year an^ e l en 
har> •- t^ see t h e hobbies of many members who 
bj ft ug fe5 their collection to dis 

Mr. Ligon "hearer made informal photographs 
of the members and their hobby display. 

The directors for the Hobby Show wereMrs. 

Ligon Shearar, Mrs. B.Gillespie and Mrs. Kelly 
Williams. J 

Our group was then servd deliciou re- 
freshments by the hostesses :Mrs . Herring, 
Gary, Lewis, Jones ar th. ^ s , • _ 



Me S ■ 

Th*» P f iltuve 31ub 'net in the ho-e 

of Mrs . ar. Loi 

Th* me at In ooened l 'h* nembera repeat- 
In ison. 

Officers fo °Te installed by 

ewis f w] presented each B0W a^d ••^tiring 
rioer witha co .At this ti^ne the outgo- 

[ oe p fun*- -. their books end s-rmbo 1 s 
their sucoes^nrs. 

.; -^flnrt breasu e report, 

end et the BM ' on o* t < - t du*s 

were pe I . 

After the guests we -e introduced the following 

annonuncame- vere made: 

The nnnuel Flower Show , Hpril22, sponsor- 
bv thi° olub. Mrs. Tones anno'ime^ + ^e rules 

for entries. 

-s . T oe Prent renind^d menha^s o^ f he 
Hollv "nrings Pilr^lnsge Anril* 5 ^, — Vav 3. 

Four n* 1 - T^m enton, Gibbs, 

an' Misa Moss -ee added to the roll. 

A^ •an ,unde-" the 4i~e~tion of 

-3 Carruth, Misa "lenn end Mrs. Gillp^nie 
to ^p ores en ed Mar. 25 pt . the flonsolide 
aohool. 

Aleo n r ''«r.^ Communion Services 
«t - Methodist Churoh, to which evervone 
was invited to attend. 

n on^» --pt! oommitte 

•°ve club members most attractive vearbooks, 
Amotion ,,,r - . Burleson 

and ppcon'o v -- tr». 0. V. Shearer th«t 
a debt of §I.50be poid to Mlsa land for 

yearbook ex^ens<- 

bers en loved seeing the niotures 
of the Hobby Displays thnt were 

made bv Mr.Ligon Shearer. 

Mia a 7a «t land Move* that e pa-- Mr 
shearer for the«e pict -res.^p notion We 
second r^ by "Vs. Puryear 

>llowing the business p.n A installation 
^s Lurline tewart conducted the progr 
Facts About Mississippi --Mrs. Ollie Shearer 

s awarded the prize for best sco~*. 
Piano solos and songs by Gloria ^irdgers 



son pT ^ Mrs. Clarke 
*s ■ » enlovment of the afternoon 

Lioloua refrehmanti ^rve'i by^oataase 

ICTfl . ' L.Cong 
b. R.L.Lc 
»s. R.L.Clarke 
.D.Bridgera 

Ifra. D. rchv 

] 1 , ePT)ie 

Jeanette Murrp- 



Respectfully Submitter 



2^ 



May 20.1948 

On May 20,1948 the Raymond Home Culture "Hub 
met in the auditorium of the Consfolifleted school. 

The meeting was called to ord*=r b r "he 
president "rs . Lewis, who led the grn Ln r*=>Rd- 
lng our Collect. Th« rollwas called, minutes 
read end en-rov** . 

Mrs. '"ells anno meed an exchange of pro- 
grams wl • uryear, who would -ive r pro- 
ran entitled "Out Standi-' Men in Missippi for 
r June meeting and Mrs. Wells would present 
"Art" in *!ov. 

A motion -iade bv Mrs. Jones to purchase 
r new hor.]< for the Historipn--"rs A. Mashburn 
second the nation and It ,,rrr ' ^Rrried. 

A card of -hanks f r 6mMrs. Gordon Williams 
was read bv Mrs • A. Mashb'irn. 

?ollov;ing the business meeting a m^st enjovabl 
program f entitle 'Music was presented by Mrs. 
Clarke. With the assistance of the Future Artist 
of Miss, --a group of girls — Bettv McLendon, 
Ann Smith, Jessie M. McLendon, Myrtle Chapman, 
Ma urine Mashburn, Betty Prasell, and Carolyn 

"lark gave a delightful music and voice recital. 
uH+X n fi,. me £ tin S adjourned to have it's social ho ir 
with hhost^ssSs: Mrs. J. ^.Shearer 

H.T.Matthews 
O.V.°hearer 
WHIG Goodwin 
H.Adams 
Mil Fairchild 
Rav Means 
Mis^ "oss 

Respevtfullv sib. 



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Oot. 21,1948 

On Thurs. Oct. BJ , the Raymond ire olub 
mot In Jhe auditorium of the Cons. Sohool with 
36members and thr r -e visitors present. 

Prior • he business meet orogram 
a delightful social hour was enjoyed with Mrs. 
MeLen'on, Mrs. H erring, Mrs. ^eVell, Mrs. 
Epperson, Mis^ Mind Herring, Mrs. Paul Zarlngua 
ar. . Treloar serving es hostess. 

IT Pros. "fcs. T .evl" then oalled the meeting 
to order and the oollect was read in unison. 

The minutes of the June and Sept. meetings 
were r«ad end approved. 

B. Al Benton volunteere' to serere with 
the hostess for the Nov. meeting in place of 
~s. Harrv "^Mryear who hed seTwad as hoste s 

in 'e t. 

A report wns given bv Mrs. Albert Mashburn 
on the Sept. ^terteinraent . 211 invitations were 
mailed, 3.20 guests were served, '^penses for this 

meeting amounted to . A motion was made 

by Mrs. A. Mashburn to pay this debt, A secontf by 
B, 'Veils and the vote carried. 
•s. Tones reported that Mr. McLendon invited 
the cest of players who played in S$h.e A'int 
none Right -11" topresent the pla^ at the 
oollege. For their performance he gave!;25; 
which thev presented fro the club. 

Mrs. Levis thanked all the conr'itt^es who helped 
make the Si eeting a huge success. 
fJuests were intoduced to the club. 
Time was given to pay dues and bitthdav dollars, 
•8, Levels ask thet club members lend an 
attentive ear to the dicussion of plans for a 
building addition or decoration of club rooms 
being disfcussed bv varinous civic clubs. 

^oyd and Mrs. To Brent presented a 
mosf anjoyable program entitled Literature . 
The meeting then adjourned. 



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HOME CULTURE CLUB 
ENTERTAINS AT SUPPER 



■ r 25. the members 
of Mm 

m. Is and new 
teachers jn the community to be 

their per in the cafe 

eh member brought her 
li and the apt hostesses 
took over from there — arr.v 
fJowi ■ od ■enrlog 

the deli, ty of foo- 

nment in the Home." 
he theme of the program 
which ■ ri> brought out by 

the chairman. Mrs J C Treloar 
After supper, she invited members 
and watch an interna- 

tn.ri.il -|\ n the school 

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the show 
and Mrs. Louis Boteler 
Jane Brent. Mr T Beemon. Mr 
A R Epperson. Mrs Gertrude 
Rowzee. Mrs II T Matthews Mr 
<• B Maxwell Mrs I.iston Peyton. 
Mr Don Maxwell and Mr Newman 
Morris of Raymond was purely ac- 
ntal! 
The announcer. Mr Vitamin" 
Adams, firmly declared there was 
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"Maggies' M,,uth Wash" and "Vap's 
Vitan: 

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Gibbes. Mrs G M McLendon 
Dick Kilb\ Hr 
Norwood Spann Mrs H T 

Mr, O V Shearer. Mrs. H. 
B Gillespie j r Mrs R M Dent, 
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