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Full text of "Minutes of the Home Culture Club of Raymond, Mississippi 1956-1965"

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Mra. J. H. Adams 

Mrs. O. C. All 

.Mra. F. W. Da 

Mrs. Geo. Bar'. 

Mrs. F. E. Bearden 

Mrs. T. T. Beei 

Mrs. J. A. Bent 

Mrs. Joe Brent 

•Mrs. Raymond Bur: 

Mrs. R. L. Clarke 

Mrs. W.N.Covington 

Mrs. R. M. Dent 

•Miss Lula Mae Fowler 

Mrs. Maybelle Furness 

Mrs. W.H. Gibbes 

Mrs. John Gill 

Mrs. Bessie Gillespie 

Mrs. C. D. Gookin 

,. J. $, Harris 

Mrs. W. E. Harrison 

.Miss Maude Herring 

-Mrs. M. F. Herring 

Mrs. C. C. J n< 

. H. R. Kilby 

Mra. J.S. Lewis 

Mrs. R. L. Lung 

. Mrs. A. B. Luter 

•Mrs. H.T. Matthews 

Mrs. O. B. Maxwell 

.Mrs. A, R. McC 

Mrs. W. M. McKenj. 

■ Mrs. G. M. McLendon 
.Mrs. J. C. Peyton 

Mrs. W.K.Robinet 

Mrs. Gertrude Rowzee 

.Mrs. J. L. Shearer 

Mrs. Bob Simmons 

■ Mrs. W. D. Smith 

• Mrs. Norwood Spar 

•Mrs. W. C. Standefer 

Mrs. Frank J. Stephenson 

Miss Lurline Stewart 
.Mrs. J.C.Treloar 

Mrs. George A. Welch 

.Mrs. P. L. Wells 

Miss Fleta Whitaker 

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The Raymond Culture Club met Thursday, March ZZ, 1956, 
in the home of Mrs. R. L. Long, with co-hostesses, Mrs. R. L. 
Clarke, Mrs. J. A. Bennett, Mrs. Bessie Gillespie, and Mrs. W. D. 
Smith. Mrs. T. T. Beemon was chairman of the progran.. A girls 
trio from H. J.C. rendered several beautiful musical numbers. 

Mrs. H. T. Mathews called the meeting to order and pre- 
sided until the newly elected president, Mrs. G. M. McLendon was 
installed. 

Minutes were read and approved, and the Treasurer, Mrs. 
James H. Adams, reported a balance of $26. 30 in the bank at this 

time. 

Mrs. McLendon suggested that roll call be dispensed with 
in future meetings and the secretary was instructed to mark the roll 
without the usual roll call. 

Motion was made by Mrs. Bessie Gillespie, seconded by Mrs. 
Rowzee, that the Club pay $5.00 for the remaining three months of 
the school year for lunches for one school child. 

Miss Lurline Stewart, Chairman of the Yearbook Committee, 
presented the 1956-57 yearbooks to club members. 

CC ifrrVc* lnstallation of offi c er s for the 1956-57 was conducted by Mrs. 
MiilhV «r 3 and beautifully made corsages were presented by Mrs. Gordon 
Williams, who made and pinned them on the new officers. 

Mrs. McLendon briefly outlined progra s for the new year, 
and read the various committees as outlined in the new yearbook. 

Mrs. George Kirker, Mrs. H. A. Kroeze and Mrs. McKie 
were welcome g«sts of the club. 

A delicious salad plate was served by the hostesses. 



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The Raymond Culture Club met Thursday, April 26, 1956, at the Music 
Hall of Hinds Junior C liege, with the following hostesses: Miss Fleta 
Whitaker, Mrs. George A. Welch, Miss Lurline Stewart, Mrs. Joe 
Brent and Mrs. W. K. Robinette, with Miss Lula Mae Fowler Chairman 
of the program committee. 

Mrs. G. M. McLend >n, President, called the meeting to order and 
after the reading of the minutes, Mrs. F. E. Bearden, Treasurer, gave 
her report, showing a balance of $19. 20 plus dues received at this 
meeting . 

A discussion was held concerning a Clean-Up Day at the cemetery and 
a motion was made by Mrs. Rowzee, seconded by Mrs. Adams that the 
Club contribute $8 or fLO toward the labor. Mrs. R. L. Long was named 
chairman of this group. 

Music students of Hinds Junior College gave excerpts from the operas, 
"The Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart, and "Carmen" by Bizet, and 
brief life histories of each composer. Students taking part in this pro- 
gram were: Annette Cheatham, Martha Gillespie, Sue Hollberg, Glenda 
Rush, Peggy Stubbs, Ann Johnson, Vanda Vivrette and Charles Wicker. 
Parts of these operas were also played on a phonograph. 

After the busin-ss session, the Club members enjoyed refreshments at 
the Home Ec Building. 



Secretary 






The Raymond Culture Club met Thursday, May 17th, in the Raymond 
Consolidated School cafeteria. A very refreshing lime chill and cookies 
were served to the members and guests. The hostesses were: Mrs. Asa 
Luter, Mrs. Dick Kilby, Mrs. John Gill, Mrs. F. E. Bearden and Mrs. 
J. C. Peyton. 

Mrs. H. T. Matthews was in charge of the program on Speech. Mrs. 
Matthews announced that the program was presented under the direction of 
Mrs. J. R. Harris. Laura Lusby gave an original after dinner speech, "Cal 
Counters", Hugh Gillespie, III presented Robert Benchley's "Business Re- 
port", Melanie Matthews gave an interpretive reading of "The Murder of 
Lidice". Melanie won first place at the Speech Festival for the Southeastern 
Junior College Arts Association at Perkinston with this same reading. The 
entire program was very interesting and entertaining. These young people 
are students of the Speech and English Departments of Hinds Junior College 
under Mrs. Harris and Mr. Fleishman. 

A short business session folbwed the program with Mrs. G. M. McLendon 
presiding. After the reading of the Club Collect, a Treasurer's report was 
given showing a balance on hand of $19. 50. Mrs. R. L. Long reported that she 
had $6. 00 left of the money set aside to clean the cemetery. Mrs. James H. 
Adams gave a report of the Clean-up Committee. Mrs. McLendon announced 

Mrs. Shearer was the representative from the Culture Club who went to 
Kilmichiael to study the recent Clean-Up Program there. Mrs. Joe Bennett 
was appointed to serve on the Policies Committee for the Raymond Lake. 

A motion was made by Miss Lurline Stewart to pay the bill for printing 
the year books. Motion passed. 

The following were guests of the Club: Mrs. Edward Stevenson, Mrs. Clay 
Lee and Mrs. Mary Gillespie, and Mrs. Stewart. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 

Secretary 



The Raymond Culture Club met in the cafeteria of the Raymond Consolidated 
School for their September meeting on September 27th at seven P. M. 

The cafeteria was transformed into "Klub Kulture" with a stage being formed 
by a semi-cirde of footlights made by hurricane lights, and tables arranged 
club-style. 

Mrs. G. M. McLendon presided, and in roduced members who in turn 
introduced their guests. Mr. James H. Adams acted as master of cer 
monies and introduced various acts of entertainment which were enjoyed 
by members and their guests. 

A delicious plate was served by daughters of club members. 

Mrs. C. C. Jones was chairman of the program and hostesses were: Mrs. 
Walter H. Gibbes, Mrs. J. C. Treloar ( Mrs. W. C. Standefer, Mrs. R. M. 
Dent, Mrs. O. B. Maxwell, Mrs. Frank J. Stephenson, Mrs. Raymond 
Burleson and Mrs. Gordon Williams, Chairman of this group. 



Secretary 



The Raymond Culture Club met Thursday, October 25, 
1956, at the College Auditorium with the following hostesses: Mrs. 
Gertrude Rowzee, Vrs. H. T. Matthews, Miss L.ula Mae Fowler, Mrs. 
F. W. Baile . '/*ry.--Bab-6iT»mofw- wa e tfc*<mao o*-th«c-fr I - - 1 *irw 

Mrs. G. M. McLendon, President, called the meeting to order and 
the Club Collect was given. Mrs. McL ndon recognised the follow ng 
visitors: Mrs. C. C. Ma:ers, Mrs. Stewart, Miss Maudine Thrash, 
Miss Peggy Pennel and Miss Hilda Brantley. 

It was announced that the next meeting, November 15th, would be held 
in the home of Mrs. Norwood Spann. Mrs. Gordon Williams, Chairman, 
requests that any one wishing to make Christmas d corations or arrange- 
ments to brin • them to this meet 

Report of Treasurer showed a balance of $19. 50. Mrs. Jones made 
motion that when notice is put in paper tor next meeting that members 
be reminded to pay dues in arrears. 

Mrs. Beemon had charge of the program and introduced Miss Peggy Pen- 
nel who Rave the following organ recital: Sonata IV, Adagio, Vivave, by 
Bach; O Lambof God, Saviour, by Max Reger; Pastorale, by Franck; 
The Cuckoo, by D'Aquin; Prayer by Lan-lais and Toccata, by Gi_'out. 

Members were invited to the Home Ec Cottage where de licious refresh- 
men s were served. The Hallowe'en motif was carried out most efficiently 
and effectively in the decorations in the auditorium and Cottage . 



Mrs. Willis Smith, Acting Secretar 



The Raymond C u lture Club met Thursday, November 15, 1956, 
in the home of Mrs. Norwood Spann. Mrs. J. L. Shearer, Mrs. J. 
Lewia, Mrs. W. M. McKenzie, Mrs. W. N. Covington and Mrs. George 
Barton were co-hostesses, with Mrs. Gordon Williams Program Chairman. 

Mrs. G. M, McLendon, President, called the meeting to order 
and read the Club Collect. Minu es of the September and October meetings 
were read and approved. 

The Treasurer's report showed a balance of $19. 16 on hand. 

Members of the Club were urged to call the hostesses before 
each meeting to tell them whether they would be present and, if so, the 
number of guests, if any, they were bringing. 

Mrs. Gordon Williams had a number of beautiful Christmas 
arrangements which she graciously shared with the Club and answered 
the numerous questions as to how they were made. Mrs. Louise Colbert 
of the Mississippi Power & Light Company gave demonstrations of the 
various lights used to make the arrangements more effective, and later, 
with the assistance of Mrs. Irene Covington, showed slides of indoor and 
outdoor Christmas arrangements. 

Mrs. McKenzie effectively read, "Let Us Go Back", A Christ- 
mas poem, to set the Christmas mood. 

After a discussion of the dues to be paid, the following motion 
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ber IS, 1956, meeting 



A delicious salad plate was served to the 28 members and two visitors, 
Mrs. J. M. Banks ton and Mrs. C. C. Magers, who were welcomed 
into the club membership. 

Mrs. McLendon graciously invited the club to meet with her for the 
December 13th meeting. 



Secretary 



The Raymond Culture Club met Thursday, December 13th, 1956, in the 
home of it. President, Mrs. G. M. McLendon, at 3:45 P. M. with 28 mem- 
bers and 3 visitors present. 

The President called the meeting to order and welcomed guests and 
members of the Club, after which the Club Collect was read in unison. Minutes 
of November meeting were read and approved. 

Mrs. McLendon reported that $25.00 would be available for the Com- 
munity Christmas Fund from the Club. Mrs. H. T. Matthews was appointed 
Chairman of this committee with other members to be selected at a later 
date. 

The following members were named as the nominating committee for 
new officers: Mrs. F. E. Bearden, Chairman; Mrs. James H. Adams, Mrs. 

R. Kilby. The Chairman was requested to give a report at the January 
meeting and members to vote on officers so that they would be installed at 
the February meeting and take office in March. 

Miss Carolyn Barton gave a reading, "The Second Christmas," by 
John H. Holmes, which was greatly enjoyed by the guests. 

Mrs. J. R. Harris was Chairman of the Program Committee and the 
following served with Mrs. K.cLendon as hostesses : Mrs. C. C. Jones, 
Mrs. Norwood Spann, Mrs. T. T. Beemon and Mrs. J. R. Harris. 

Motions to change dues of the club to $2. 50 were voted on and unanimously 
passed, and a further motion was made and passed to discontinue the birth- 
day contribution of one dollar per member. 

A delicious salad plate was served. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 

Secretary 



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Mrs. G. M. McLendon, President, called the meeting to order and 
the Club Collect was c'iven. Mrs. McLendon recognized the visitors and 
welcomed the members. 

a. Rowzee introduced Miss Bell Lindsey who reviewed the book, 
"Profiles k\ Courage", by Senator Kennedy, in a most interesting manner. 

Treasurer's report showed a balance of $15. 16. Mrs. McLendon asked 
officers and committee chairman to have reports at February meet 
Mrs. Matthews reported we had a part in preparin askets at Christmas. 

Mrs, James H. Adams gave the following report of the Nominating 
Committee: 

President Miss Lurlene Stewart 

Vice-President Mrs. Gordon Williams 

Secretary Mrs. Bessie Gillespie 

Treasurer Mrs. J. L. Shearer 

Historian Mrs. R. L. Long 

Parliamentarian Mrs. Gertrude Rowzee 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 



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Mrs. Willis Smith, Acting Secretary 






The Raymond Culture Club met in the cafeteria of the Raymond 
Consolidated School on February 28, 1957, at 3:45 with the following servxig 
as hostesses: Mrs. M. F. Herring, Miss Maude Herring, Mrs. O. C. 
Allen and Mrs. Paul Wells, assisted by Mrs. J. A. Bennett. Delicious 
refreshments were enjoyed, with beautiful spring flowers adding to the enjyment. 

Mrs. McLendon called the meeting to order and the Club Collect 
was given. Mrs. McLendon recognized visitors and welcomed those 
attending. 

The following officers were installed by Mrs. McLendon: 
President, Miss Lurlene Stewart; Vice -Eresident, Mrs. Gordon Williams, 
Secretary, Mrs. Bessie Gillespie, Treasurer, Mrs. J. L. Shearer; 
Historian, Mrs. R. L. Long and Parliamentarian, Mrs. Gertrude Rowzee . 
Outgoing officers pinned corsages on new officers and were in turn pre- 
sented with corsages. 

The treasurer's report showed a balance of $ on hand. 

Mrs. R. L. Long reported that the Club was 26 years old and ail 
but three charter members were living. 

Mrs. McLendon requested that delinquent dues be brought up 
to date. 

Mrs. T. T. Beemon introduced Mrs. C. C. Jones who was in 
charge of the Style Show. Mrs. Vance, owner of Vance's Style Shop, was 
introduced by Mrs. Jones. 

Mrs. Jones served as master of ceremonies for the Style Show 
which followed, and Miss Kathie Kilby played appropriate selections on the 
piano during the style show. Jimmy Adams and Gerry Williams ably served 
as doormen for the models entrances and exits. 

The following members served as models of fashions from the 
Vance Style Shop: Mrs. M. F. Herring, Mrs. Gordon Williams, Mrs. 
Gertrude Rowzee, Mrs. Jean Burleson, Mrs. H. T. Matthews, Mrs. Frank 
Stephenson, Mrs. F. E. Bearden, Mrs. James H. Adams, and Jv.rs. O. B. 
Maxwell. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 

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Bennett, Mrs. J. A. 
Bankston, Mrs. J. 
Brent, Mrs. Joe 
Burleson, Mrs. Raymond 
Clarke, Mrs. R. L. 
Covington, Mrs. W. N. 
Dent, Mrs. R. I 
Fowler, Miss Lula Mae 
Furness, Mrs. Maybelle 
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Gillespie, Mrs. Bessie 
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Harris, Mrs. J. R. 
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Herring, Miss Maude 
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Luter, Mrs. A. B. 
Matthews, Mrs. H. T. 
Magers, Mrs. C. C. 
Maxwell, Mrs. O. B. 
McCoy, Mrs. A. R. 
McKenzie, Mrs. W. M. 
McLendon, Mrs. G. M. 
Peyton, Mrs. J. C. 



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Shearer, Mrs. J. L. 
Smith, Mrs. W. D. 
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Stephenson, Frank J. (Mrs.) 
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Hostesses for this occasion were 

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Duet— Walter Gibbes and Mrs. 
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Recitation— A Bear Story — by 
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singing "Moonlight and Rose 

Jazz Dance b J lean Byrne 

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Solo — Mrs. Leslie Reeves, singing 
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hoeteeeee. lire. Dick Kllby, lire. H.T. tfattnewe, Ur» . . 

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leeple appointed lire. Louis Boteler.Urs. W.C. 
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Mre. •■• illlefnle, president, called the meet! 

to ord^r. <^ club collect wae read and 1 1 ee of the Feb 

meeting were read and approved.^ 

. ".C. Jones told of program theme for the 
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wbecks work as a missionary In • ... 

At the close of the p: ^rned. 

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Mr- F V. 
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Mr- C. C Jones, Mr- II R Kilhy. 
Mr- Claj Fee. Mr- \ B ' 

M T Matthew- Mr- O. B. 

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Mrs nrj O'Neal \rr..: 
Mr. Miller Bank-ton chairman, 

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chairman. Mr- Aaa I. liter. 

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Globes Publicity Mr- W \ Cov- 

chairman. Mr- Floyd 

Bailey Membership Mr- C. C. 

chairman Mr- 
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Mr- R I. Ixmg. chairman. 
Mr- Paul Wi : fairs 

Mr- Durward Blakejr, chairman, 
Mr- I. F Boteler. Mr-. A I 
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PROGRA 

. ir Gordon "BLlliaas - Chairman 
'orwood Spann 
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I, J. W. O'Neal 

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i^s. Ed Stevenson 

Mre. H. R. Kilby 

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•3. H. T. Matthews - Chairman 

a. Asa Luter 

Mrs. Fred A. Brooke 

lire. Walter Gibbes 

PUBLICIT": 

Mrs. W. N. Covington - Chairman 

Mrs. Floyd Bailey 

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B. C. C. Jones - Chairman 

Mrs. G. M. Mc Lend on 

Mrs. J. R. Harris 



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3. R. L„ Long - Chairman 

)*rs. Paul Wells 

CIVIC AFFA 

. Durwood Blakey - Chairman 

'■. Louis F. Boteler 

a. A. L. Dentcn 

I'rs. Rosser lall 

Mrs. R. L. Clarke 

I're. W, D. Smith 

COURTF/ 

Vrs. Joe A. Bennett 



SCRAPRTCK: 

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home- pened on the night 

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feast of the traditional turkey and 
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The tour ends at the home of 

Mr and fcfn Albert Uaahbura no 

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dent Mrs Gordon Williams and 
Mr Williams, and Mr- David 
Schubert of Crystal Springs, siJH 
of Mrs Mashburn. 

Traditional red and green de- 
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the reception rooms with special 
emphasis on the centerpiece of the 
dining room table that will hold 
the party goodies and coffee ser- 
vice. 

Assisting Mr- Mashburn and the 
hostesses will be Gerry Williams, I 
Lana Treloar. W'aymon Covington.' 
Nancy Smith. Marilyn Maxwell!' 
Mary Adams. Byrle Kynerd and 
Annette Gibbes. 

Norwood Spann. Mrs J H 
Adams and Mrs Asa Luter are 
members of the arrangements com- 
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Mrs. R. L. Long 
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Mrs. J. D. O'Neal 
Mrs. J. L. Shearer 
Mrs. A. R. Smith 

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RAYMOMD CULTWE CLUB MARCH 23, 1961 

The regular monthly meeting of the Raymond Culture Club was held March 23, 
1961 In the High School Home Economics Department with 23 members present. New 
members, Mrs. Pat Saith and Mrs. Richard Atkins, and a visitor, Mrs. Longest 
from Gulfport, were welcomed. 

Delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. H. T. Matthews, 
Chairman, Mrs. H. R. Kilby, Mrs. A. B. Luter, Mrs. Robert Mayo, Mrs. W. M. 
•viaie, and Mrs. Joe Bennett. 

The new president, Mrs. Fred Brooks, presided. The minutes were read and 
approved. Mrs. Kilby gave a report of the arrangements committee. 

The program chairman, Mrs. Rosser Wall, stated that the theme for the year 
is "Let's Talk Mississippi." 

The April theme "Mississippi Gardens" was to be a visit to Mynelle's in 
Jackson on Saturday, April 22. 

In May a discussion of Mississippi Fashions will be held and Centenial 
styles will be viewed. 

September's meeting will be Guest Night. 

In October - Mississippi Literature 

November - Missi ssippi Music 

December - Mississippi Hospitality 

January - Mississippi Wildlife 

February - Mississippi Art 

Mrs. Wall then introduced the speaker for the meeting, Mr. Joe Moss, a member 
of the State Soverignty Committee, who discussed his trip to Lorraine, Ohio, 
where he gave a talk on Mississippi to a Rotary Club of over 100 members and 
guests. 



The meet Lag was adjourned. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Rubye Moss, Secretary 



RAYMOND CULTURE CLUB APRIL 22, 196l 

The April meeting of the Raymond Culture Club was a garden 
tour of the lovely ante-bellum home of Mynelle's on Clinton 
Boulevard in Jackson. The garden was beautiful with many spring 
flowers in bloom. 

The Vice-President, Mrs. Rosaer Wall, was in charge of the 
meeting in the absence of the President, Mrs. Brooks. 

The group met at Raymond High School on Saturday afternoon 
April 22, and drove together to Mynelle's. 

After the garden tour, the ladies went inside the spacious 
home far a look at some unusual drapery fabrics. 

The hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. G. M. McLendon, 
chairman, Mrs. J. C. Treloar, Mrs. Bessie Gillespie, Mrs. C. C. 
Magers, Mrs. Dewey Beard, and Mrs. Salter Gibbes. They invited 
the Club members to Crechale's where delicious pie and drink was 
served. 

Mrs. C. C. Jones served as program chainriar. ard arranged 
the tour. 

There was no business. 



Respectfully submitted 
Rtbye noss, Secretary 



RAYMOND , >6l 

-ting of the Raymond Culture Club was held May 25, 1961 
in mond High School H< cs Department. Hostesses 

were I rwood Spar . .rmanj . . M. If ps. J. I 'lfeal, 

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it this meeting were Mrs. u rantham, Miss Marshall, Hiss • 
and Mrs. Tom Bowen. 

The Program Chairma , . Jane 8 H« Adams, presented lovely models 

-autif. °nial creations. Those modeling the dressea 

wer— : Candy Garri? , try Beth Stevenso- , ty Adams, Nan 

Lick, and Mesdames Don Shearer, T. T. *V>emon, Wilson Grantham, Joe 
Moss, ' Andrews, axwell am 1 'dams. 

Narrator for the event wa c . ordon Williams. 

There was no busine.' . 

Delicious r Tents were served by the hostesses. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Rubye Mfc/ss, Secretary 



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In Septer- a delightful supper meeting 

at ake Lodge. This was guest nifht and a:- rs and 

guests w»- 

Beaitiful arrangene- and other fall flowers w- 

attract under candle 

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mar. .^'s inclu Is of cotton pic- 

Id. 

i made products was quite interesting, 
anr ly so when a gift fror. - to each memr 

anf name was drawn from a box. 

•-■ donated fi 

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covered dish supper was most enjoyable, and 1 
*veninr, -. -■ • Mar r of the Gordon \dvertising .Agency in Jacl 

gave us man;/ inte icts about Mississippi and i] 1 pi who 

hav -d fame for themselves and for our State. 

Mrs. ayo was in charge of -am, and t .esses for 

n were . ... boteler, Chairman, .... , . 

• • . .illiarr , ... a, Mrs. John Garrison, 

• • • • • • . o-olyn Bowen, anc . J. R. Conlee. 

. T. T. Beemon assisted with the decora 

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RAYMOND CULTURE CLUB November 

The Raymond Culture (ft* met November 16, 1961 In the Hayraond High School 

with yt r.emb«rs and 7 guests present. 

The program chairman for November, Mrs. D. A. Beard, presented a delightful 

■usical vm depicting Missiesippi and the South at different periods in hisU: . 

ose taking part on program were: Mrs. Paul Welle, Marsha Willims, Kelly 

Willimns, Patty Adams, -i-vin Psytoil, Jr., Mrs. Alice Liddell, Miss Kathy Kilby, 

Miss Katie Lou Davis, Mrs. fo tewart, Miss Carole Maxwell, Miss Marilyn 

Maxwell, Miss Ann Stephenson, Miss Sue Ann Treloar, Miss Nancy Smith, Miss Mary 

and 
Nell Hamilton, /Mis s Jean Harrison. . eard accompanied them at the piano. 

After the program, a short business session was held with the President, Mrs. 
• oks presiding. The minutes were read and approved. In the absence of 
Treasurer, Mrs. Herring, Mrs. Brooks reported that dues anountinc to lU2.$0 were 
paid at the last meeting. 

The date for the Christmas Pilgrimage was set for December 15, from 6:30 to 10:00 
P. M. Homes were to be opened by Mrs. Lorene Downing, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Chambl- , 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stevenson, '.r. and Mrs. K. C. Goodwin, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 

Luter. 

A nominating committee to su gest of -leers for the new year was appointed. 
Those serving are Mrs. Norwood Spann, Chairman, Mrs. James H. Adans, Mrs. T. T. 

Beemon. 

A motion was made to donate $2$ to the Christmas Fund for needy familes. The 
Club voted to do this, and also voted to send the following inactive members a 
Christmas remembrance: Mrs. C-ladish, Mrs. Nichols, and Mrs. Wallace. 

After tne business session, members and guests were invited to the Home Be. 
Department vhere the following hostesses served refreshments: Mrs. James H. Adans, 
Mrs. Durwood Blakey, Mrs. H. 0. French, Mrs. J. H. Harris, and Mrs. W. M. Moss. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Rubye Mos^, Secretary 



RATMOID CULTURE CLUB January 2« , 1962 

The January meeting of the Raymond Culture Club was held at the 
Raymond Hi#» School. There were 2li Bwibers j . Guestc were Hi . 

P. B a Taylor and Mrs. Louis Perkins. Minutes were read and approved. 

The treasurer's report was as follows: 

$8. 6b paid out for Christinas remembrances 
.77 Balance in Treasury 

It wac decided to look over the rolls and put past members on our 
associate member roll. 

r*« Norwood Spann, Chairman of the Nominating Committee gave the 
lowing report on officers for the coming year: 

PRESIDENT - Mrs. Maybelle Fumess 

VICE PRESIDENT - Mrs. V. N. Covington 

SB - Mrs. Filler Bankstcn 

TREASURER - Mrs. P. A. Biggs 

HISTORIAN - Mrs. P. L. Clarke 

PARUMENTARIAU - Mrs. Paul Wells 

Mr. W. H. Turcott, with the State Gane and Fish Commission showed 
colored slides of Mississippi Wild Flowers, and explained each, giving 
the location where each flower could be found. 

Delicious refreshments were served in the Home Ec. Dept. by toe 

following hostesses: Mrs. W. C. Standefer, Chairman; Mrs. Edward Stevenson, 

Mrs. Miller Bankston, Mrs. 0. C. Hughey, Mrs. A. R. McCoy, and Mrs. J. S. 
Lewis. 

Respectfully submitted, 
ess, Secretary 



Raymond Culture Club February 2 . 

The Raymond Culture Club • T 22, ] , in the home c .... rke 

with the following ladies assisting Mrs. Clarke as hostesses: Mrs. R. L. Long, Mrs. 
, Mrs. T. T. Beemon, Mrs. Robbie Dukes, Mrs. Pat Smith, and Mrs. C. R. 

Tr .ve members were present. Guests were Mrt . . . Leep, Mrs. 

Mrs. 0. B. Chamblo*, and Miss Bessie Marshall. Mrs. P. E. Taylor became a new 
mAmb»r. 

The minutes of the Januiry meeting were read and approved. The treasurer re- 
ported a deposit of $6.25 on February 1, and payment of bills for the September 
meeting amounting t> . -, leaving a balance of V70.05. 

The membership chairman, Mrs. McLendon, reported that she was working on the 
associate menber list. 

Mrs. Jack Treloar introduced the guest speaker for the afternoon - Dr. L>o. 
hide, Professor at Mississippi College, vho discussed art, and gave as the title of 
his talk, "Art in General". His duscussion was most interestinc and inspiring. 

The President, Mrs. Brooks, held the installation of officers and presented 
each new officer with an appropriate flower to remind her of her new responsibilities 
as an officer of the Raymond Culture Club. 

The President led in reading the Club Collect. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 

The hostesses served delicious refreshments to the group. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rubye Moss, Secretary 






IN3TA IRS 

Raymond Culture Club 
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PRESIDE, MRS. MAYBELLS PUHNBSS 

VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. A. I. COVINGTON 

SECRETARY MRS, MILLER BANKSTON 

TREASURER MRS. ROBERT BIGGS 

HISTORIAN MRS. R. L. CLARKE 

PARLIAMENTARIAN MRS. PAUL WELLS 

CHALLENGE TO MEMBERS 

COLLECT 
Keep ua, God, from pettiness; let us be large 
in thought, In work and In deed. Let us be done with 
faultfinding and self-seeking. May we never be hasty 
In judgment and always be generous May we put away 
all pretense and meefi each other face to face, without 
self-pity and without prejudice. Teach us to put into 
action our better impulses, straight-forward and un- 
afraid. Let us take time for all things; make us grow 
efcim, serene, gentle. Grant that we may realize it is 
the little things that create differences; that in the big 
things to£»aife we are one. And may we strive to touch and 
to know the great common woman's heart of us all, and 
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Those i ; 

H: iardona — Desi'.nin^ and planning 

Chairman: lira. ' . f. . Covin/ton 
co-Chairman: Hr.. Duruood tlakey 

AHltTL: uaic 

Su . estions: 

1. Mr /ea and the Hinds Junior College linsemble 

or 

2. jMc vocalist such as Krs. Rn mond Johnson or Mrs. 
Jack ! estbrook of Jrckson 

airman: Krs. My ^s 

co«»Chairman: Krs. ' Iter "lib iqs 

I'M : ay 

mentions: 
lour '.overnor's Mansion and The Old Capitol Museum 

in Jackson 

Chnirman: Mrs. Jam's H. Adams 
co-chairman: firs. Norwood Spann 

PI : >ma 

! ^estiona : 
Chnn.^e the date o r the club to the Lint Thursday ni^ht 
in August and ^o to see "Told In These Hill3" on the 
S)ra.jue in icksburg 

Chnirman: Mr3 . L. F. tJotelor 
co-Chain. an: Mrs. Fred brooks 

XT: International Relations Club y, ft £ Jj -t~ 

3u:;o3tions: ' n*-*x, tt n .J^kXl^j 

Capitalism V3. Comr.unisn ^/yi\^ Xl) ?T) yjle-^aJ 

by Jerry bishop o<' Mississippi Power an<i Li ;ht Co, 



or 

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by jMex McKei ^lcy of Mississippi Po-jer and Li.^it Co. 



film Dangers of Communism 



3B8 M-ker's Club— The Art of Decorating the Home 
Suggestions : 

3. John ilowell — Canton 
or 
How to Decorate with Light — Lucille Colbert of MP'iL Co. 

or 
Mrs. Dorothy Lambert — Kenningtons ' 

Style s l iow— Home Furnishing and the Family 

Chairman: Mrs. Ora O'Neal 
co-Chairman: Mrs. Paul Veils 



Pilgrims* 

Chairman: Mra. M. F. Herring 

.-Chnlmant Mra. H. T. Matthews 

JAI. i Health 

Suggestions i 

1. The Heart, or 

2. Mental Health, or 

3. Artificial Respiration 

Chairman i Mra. George McLendon 
co-Chairaant Mrs. Robert Mayo 

h FRBi DAR 

Suggestions i 

The History of Names 

■"" ^ Chairmani Mrs. Miller Bankston 
co-Chairmani Mra. Edward Stevenson 



March 22, 1962 

Hv tr meeting of the Raynond Culture Club met in the 1 :>me of 
Mr S# j. Th» , '•'jrs. Mabelle Fumess called the m 

ites of the February meeting were corrected to read 

Mr:. . --ep and Mrs. 0. B. Chamblee as members of the club. 
Mrs. lowen was welcomed as a visitor. 

a. Herring read the treasurer's report tha- 3 paid in February we 
$8^.55 on hand. It was made known • to be paid by the 

meeting. 

-:ittee reports from Mrs. Covington — Program Chairman sketched plans 
the . She asked to change the September meeting to August 2/» and to 
invite husbands to the October meeting. 

. . Matthews, Chairman of Arrar. d a list of the 

hostesses for the new year for approval of the members before the yearbook went 
to press. Mrs. McLendon moved that th< 1. work out ho3tesse3 for the 
special occasions. Jt waj} go agreed# 

3, Chairman of the Yearbook. Committee, said t. hoped to 
have books before the next meeting. The 'lay meeting is to be on the 25 and 
is to be a tour of the CJovernor 1 s Mansion and the Old Capitol. We need to be 
at the Governor' s Mansion at 2 pm. Mrs. Jack Treloar moved that we leave the 
High School at 1:30 pm in order to be on time for tours. The motion was agreed 
n ;sly. 
. Jack Treloar also introduced her guests — Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. John L 
, Keith from Forrest Hill School. 

. Fred Brooks moved acceptan-- e Yearbook Committee' s report. It 
* ed. 
'S. Frank Stephenson repor ted that the Public: 

■ t there was r. report from the Membership 
Committee. 

^lfare 3 Report, :>s. Flo; i ] ey asked that cokes b'. 

sded them. 
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( Culture Club 

Meets Willi | 

Mr*. Bridget's 

in tin Willie 

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.ir- M F Herring Mr 

endon. 

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pro 

-.ted the program 

Mr D .riham. who 

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spent to ma;- .was sent to Mr. Moss 
•tjave a u .05. 

• *«*"■ - » for , ie3 t 3 

members to a deligh- a program. CAiest artists were Mrs. 

• Post . , Jr. Their 

•Deer Heart, IX- , /hen I Old To Dre , me-c 

. k Westbrook, Liebe Dich% The last Leaf", and "Thro . 

YearS " • Un * **S 8 ' • rmezzo", . , d .- Polich 

• Colllne. Mrs. Colli, . lao accompanied the singe, . , iryone 
*■ • that she had come to be er, , ed so wonderfully by three 

Nome folks". 

business included a coanittee report from Mrs ah 

pon lrora Mrs. Adams who stated that the 
rbcoks were at fh«» -v^..*- 

ere at the printers and would be district *h u 

oe aistribeted when they were finished. 
A note from the home for the aged was ~»rt n, ■ • 

ag6d WSS read thanks the club for the cokes. 

•s. J. S. Lewis announced that at 9:30 on Kfav 1 • 

* VOU on May 1 ln the ^ Gr£|des x _ fi 

will present the May Day Festival. 

*. .*»... ^ th . members present to oonsider the queation 

Board of Director* to consist of th. 

3 recent yM „ P " >ld " t *"" "" 3 <"«"«*■ <* the 

-~ ~ „ ouM ^ oul , thereby ^ ihat thwe _ ^ 

» <«rd. Mr s . „e rring «, ved ttat a 
D . fflea 01 Mrs. Furness, 

Brooks, Mrs. Beemon, and Mrs. Gillespie. The moti 

_ _ P1C - T?le °° tlon «» seconded and carried. 

There was no old business. 

Guests were IntroAicW-Mrs. R obert Big , 3 Jr . . 

' ha1 corae wi *h Mr. Bifies anri 
others included Mrs. smith, Mrs Ward U , 
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. '-ed mm id quests 

owing hostess - h*. Kilby, Mrs. Matthew,. , Mrs. May. . 

Bennett, ar . McKenzie. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Lou Bankston, Se 



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Tin flub will 

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in Hi' iditorium Mr> 

Walter 
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CULTURE CLUB TO ATTEND 

"GOLD IN THE HILLS" 

Iture Club will 
"<H>ld m the 
Hills," il 
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Mth < mo is 8 15 p n 

admi- .ncnts 

will I afdr the perform- 

Transportation will be arranged 
for those who do no take 

Members, please ^et your 
return cants in the mail to 
final arrangements can be made. 



The Raymond Culture Club, with 
twenty-eight of their member 
tended "Gold in th' >n the 

Sprague last Friday night 



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Culture (Huh To 
Meel \t Lodge 

The Culture Club will have their 
annual Coi h Supper at the 

Raymond Lake Lodge, Thur 
October 25, at 7 00 p.m. 

All members an- urged to come 
and bring guests for this im 



No vein 

The regular meeting of the Culture Club m .ely home of Mrs. Durwo 

Blakey on November 15, Hostesses, other tr . Blak- . , 

n 

. Bowen, Mrs. -id Hrs. Bearden. Setting the mood for the 

Thanksgiving se jerved members and guests delicious 
spiced tea. While the ladies were eating, Mrs. A. B. Luter told them 
Women for Constitutional Rights move d asked all who were there to join the 
new lo' b being formed now. 

In the absence of both Mrs. Furness and Mrs. Covington, the sec: , Mrs. 
Bankston called the meeting to order and called on Mrs. J. D. O'Neal, program 
chairman for November to introduce the program. Mrs. 0' Neal introduced to the 
club Mr. Jim ~tless an interior decorator from Ja- , . Lng the members 
some interesting facts abo . !artless. He spoke in a very informal manner 

the Home", letting the members ask questions 
inswers and comments on floor coverings, furniture, draperies, fabrics, 
colors, and so on. . 'Neal thanked him and introduced his v/ife to the 

Mrs. Bankston then asked Mrs. Q, M. McLendon to open the business meet! 
by reading the collt 

Visiting with the club at this meeting was Mrs. Louise Nichol , f associate 
member. . \ ton welcomed her for all the members had truly been en,j 
her . were then introduced. — Mrs. W. T. Davis, Mrs. , nd 
Mrs. 1 . . . L. Long, membership chairman, introduced three new 

, Mrs. Robinson, and Mrs. Sparkraan, and asked the guests to 
the club. 

-ed L. Brooks aeted as sec. | . She called the roll 'i.nd members answered 
for ->veraber. The names of Mrs. 

-3oks then he mix. -om the sr meeting and th 
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There was no old business. 

Mrs. C. L. Long asked members to please buy and use Christmas seals. 

Mrs, J. Ho ^dams reported a very successful luncheon for the Natchez Trace 
Association meeting. This was held in the Hinds Junior College dining room with 
Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Bowen, Mrs. McLendon and Mrs. Furness helping in the background 
to assist Mrs. Adams Mrs. Mayo, Mrs. Spann, Mrs. Dent, Mrs. Matthews, and Mrs. 
Shearer entertain very successfully. A good attendance at the meeting was reported. 

Mrs. W. D. Smith read a thank ycv lette • from Mr. W. M. Moss regarding the 
contribution of the club to the Tennis Courts. She also reported that correspondence 
had been received from the Capitol Area Regional Library asking the club to help 
with a box for depositing books after hours. Mrs. Smith is to check into this 
matter and report the need and the cost to the club in January. 

Mrs. Herring, chairman of the Christmas Pilgrimage, reported that hostesses 
were being selected for the tour to be held December 19, 1962. 

Mrs. Matthews asked what the club would do about the Christmas Baskets since 
there would not be another meeting before this time. Discussion about this matter 
followed and Mrs. Long moved that the club contribute $15.00 to the fund ifi it were 
needed, no money if none were needed. The motion was seconded and carried 
unaminously. 

Mrs. Bankston thanked the hostesses and there being no other business, the 
meeting was adjourned. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lou Bankston, secretary 






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16, from 1 M to 600 o'clock the 

ib sponsored I 

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Traditional red u were 

ions thrch 

•use with touches of white and 

1 in the living room was the "snow" 
table in which Santa 
drove his tinv reindeer hitched to 
.i sleigh filled with miniature pack- 
ages — a gift for each child who 
I hi-. wa> \nother conversa.- 
the unique a 
which a small Christmas tree glow- 
tth red lights was used inside 
I portion of a small 
antiqw ry The near century 

old family Bible was given a place 
of honor in the front hall 

the guests were Mr and 
Mrs '•' who presented them 

to Mrs Uaybelle Furn. 
>f the Culture Clul> 
in the living room were Mrs J. S 
- and Mrs George Barton. 
Other 'ioned through 

out the house besides those at the 
■ hie were Mrs \V N Coving- 
ton and Mrs J R Harris Not able 
to be present were Mrs \ R Me- 

Mr- \ R Smith and M 
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The dining room table was over- 
laid with an imported linen cutwork 
and lace banquet cloth centered 
with holly and red carnation 
ver candlelabra held burnin 
tapers casting I w over the 

table laden with cookies, dainty 
finger sandwiches, candies and 
During the first half of the 
evenii n Shearer pre 

sided over the coffee service and 
Mr- \ -J" I.iddell poured tea 
Later pouring coffee was Iff] 
M Iffou ,<nd at the tea v 
Mr- i! Maxwell Pi 
the registration book in the family 
room and bidding each guest good- 
bye and a Merry Christmas was 
Mr- ll.,r-.i> Mashhurr 

tins were Mrs Phyllis Beam 
of Jackson, ncice of Mrs Williams. 
and C.err\ Williams who kept the 
air filled with recorded Christmas 
music. 

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and surrounding towns called dur- 
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Article VII— Time and Place of Jteeting 



The clib shall met on the fourth Thursday of each month, except during 
the months of July and August. The place of ■Bating to be announced by 
Chairman of hoateaaes for each month.. 

Amended by Article I— ( Adopted April 21, 19$?) -There shall be no 
regular meeting of the club during the month of June. 

Proposed Amendment to 
Article VI I —Time and Place of Meeting 

The club shall meet at three o'clock in the afternoon on the fourth 
Saturday of each month, except during the months of June, July, and August. 
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were Installed In i beautiful 
• ceremony Mrs Pun 
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taper representing the flame of 
continuity U«nted the smaller tap. 

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their ' done- to 

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to that which Is good. 

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as the people who believi 
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the DAR was chartered by Con- 
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The annul ef the R»ymend Presbyterian Church w»p the prene ef 
the meeting f e r the Raymend Culture "lub en January 2?, 1 ^ 

Hestesses fer the meeting wer* Mrs. R. L. Clarice, Mies *vls 
Clarice, Mrs. Miller Dent, Mrs. Alec Eppereen, Mrs. H. 0. French, 
Mrs. Rare Lang, an 1 Mre. Paul Wells. 

Mre. Habert Maya called the meeting te erier and asked Mrs. 
w. M. McKentle te epen the meetin/r with a prayer. The secretary 
rea? the minutes ef the prerleus meeting and they were appreved. 
Thlrty-ane membere answered rail call. Mre. Habert Fergusen, 
Mrs. Lilly, and Mrs. Jae Mass were lntreduced as guests. 

Mrs. Maya real a net* frem Mrs. Keith expressing appreciatlen 
far the gifts sent at Christmas ta the ladles at the Heme far the 
Aged. 

Mrs. C. L. Lang gare a repert an the Christmas baskets sent 
ta needy families and shut-ins. Mrs. Reve Lang reperted an a $15 
gift af greceries sent a needy calared family at Christmas tiae. 

Mrs. C. C. MagerB gave the fallawing repart af the neminatlng 
ceiaait tea : 

Club afficere far 196^-66 
President — Mre. J. H. Adams 
Vice-Pree. - Mrs. J. D. O'Neal 
Sacretary — Mre. M. D. Hansen 
Treasurer -- Mrs. R. A. Big/rs 
Histerlan — Mrs. 0. C. Allen 
Parliamentarian - Mrs. Paul Weill 



Mre. Karen- MTei that the slat- •• §ffle«rf subaitted by 
the ceaalttee be accepted. Her aetlen tmi eecendei and the 
effi^ers accepted unaalnauely. 

Mre. Reeeer Wall pit* a repert en the last a<»eMnf ef the 
exedatlre beard. She Bevel that plane fer a partv fer husbande 
te be held in February be pestpanei. The metien was eecended and 
carried. A euggeetlen was male that we entertain eur guests in 
Jaclceen in the spring. 

Mre. Wall reperted en a recent PEP neetlng spensered by the 
Mississippi Ecenemic Ceuncll te which she and Mr*. Frank Stephensen 
eenred as club delegates. 

Mre. G. M. McLenden served as pregram chairman fer the aft»r- 
naen. She gave a delightful review ef Veen Tlewer by Phyllle 
Whitney. 

Meabere and their guests were served dainty refreehnents 
frea a beaatlfully appointed tea table. 

Neraa Wall, Secretary 



The Rayaend Culture Club held ltp Tebruarv aeetlng *c Vebruary 
. 19^5. In the Band Hall ef P v | High Scheel. Mr?. J. D. O'Neal, 
Mrs. 0. B. Chaablee, Mrs. G. H. Barten, Mrs. G. W. Leep, Mrs. J. S. 
Lewie, and Mre. A. R. Saith served as hesteeses f e r the afterneen. 

Mrs. Bebert Maye, president, called the meeting t* erler. Mre. 
Reeeer fall, secretary, callei the rail with thirty-twe aembers 
answering preeent. Mre. Hugh Gillespie. III, and Mre. Marv Wardlaw 
werr welceaed an guests. 

Mre. Paul Welle eerved an program chairman using the theae 
"Take Time te Serve". She Introduced Mr. Marvin Rlggs, a member 
ef Raymond's eldest service club, wha described Lleniea, the largest 
service erganiiatlen In the werld. Mr. Rlggs deecrlbei the lien's 
Club's partlclpatlen In many lecal clrlc prejeets. 

Mrs. Maye reviewed the year's werk by reminding members ef the 
wenderful pregrame they had enjeyed threugheut the year. She then 
intreduced the lnceming efflcers and led an Impressive lnstallatlen 
service. 

Mrs. J. B. Adams, president fer 196^-66, read a list ef her 
cemaittees. She made a plea fer used clethlng fer the use ef Geed- 
Will Industries In Jacksen. 

An annaunceaent was made by Mrs. Jack Trelear concerning the 
guest night pregram te be held in March te which husbands are te 
be henered as guests. 

The meeting wae aijeurned by the president, and members retired 
te the Heme Ecenemlc Department where they enjeyed delfcfcleus 
refreshments served by the heBteeses. 

Haraa Wall, Secretary 






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Raymond Lullure Club 
April 22, 1 

On April 22 , Iji^, uiond tuliuu- lut Bel ■••tlnf Lfl tn« 

.otunl). i(. li oJ Hit* BBJMOd Kelhoolsl Lliuicl.. 

itie u ii i in^, ana callad iu order oy the praaidant, v ij. j.»i es m. 
Aiitui.o. in the abaaact of tin- secretary, Mra« i uussr w .. 1 1 .uiieJ t 
roll aad rvdJ the minutes of tin- iifvioug nceting, which •«!« approved. 
Mrs. Cora Keith and Mr-.. Mary him1.i« * ■ i I introduced as s. 

The treasurer reported ■ balance ol 3363.62. Mrs . K. A. Biggs 
rcid a note ul appreciation from Mr. Marvin Riggs, speaker for the 
►cbruary meeting. 

Hie president asked the nominating committee to submit ■ report 
for secretary since Mrs. Hansen cannot serve. 

Mis. H. T. Matthews served as program chairman for the afternoon, 
using me theme "Flowers are God's thoughts in bloom". Mrs. M. F. 
Herring was CO-< 'ii lor the program. Mrs. Matthews showed the prize 
winning .spec i I ens a. id air. ii;im.h'iiI-. of tne flower snow as selected by the 
judges, Mrs. Carolyn Bowen and Mi & . kobbie Dukes. Members were asked to 
identify their entries. 

Hostesses for this deligntlul meeting *ei e Mrs. Gordon C. Williams, 
Mrs. J.uii'-. H. Adams, Mra. Annie Mae Gill, Mrs. R. M. Dent, Mrs. 0. B. 
Chamblee, and Mrs. k. A. Biggs. Tmrty aeabera and two guests *ere 
served delicious refreshments from a beautitully B] pointed tea table. 



Mrs. M. u. lansen 
Secretary 



Minutes 

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Ihe |tg luttlii. ul Ul« H^buii.i Cultui. | ueld in the Art 

be j «n lb. in l of iliiUf, Junioi ^e on > f 2 , l u 65, titA Ufiilv-lm 

»v*Lri8 and one |U< .1 l lending. 

'"«• I ' » l .1 led tO oruu kg . Ie.il , 'ii , . J. H. \da«S. 

Mrs. Ju.me .d Hie n mules ul th« , reVmus unain. , I id Bl i. 

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Mrs. klta Stephenson, d.iu<h t er- in- !«.■ of Ml t, . Ki.nk - l . . , n» on , 

wan intr i as a fUOatt 

The treaaursr, Nrs. k. a. hi»us, reported that i3L>.ou bad been paid 

to Keith press lor the yen looks, le<ivin« a balance of S333.b^ in the 
treasury. Mr*. Adaas asked Mrs. H. r. Matthews to bare the florist hill 
Iron- the prarloua BOOting sent to Mrs. Biggs foj payment. 

Mra. F. L. brook* uiaue ■ Motion that Mrs. George M. McLendon be 
accepted b> acclamation to succeed Mrs. M. D. Banaan m eecretarj for 

.nder of t ne u-.,r. The motion *as seconded by Mrs. Frank Stephen- 
son and accepted unanimously by the members present. 

Mrs. Louis ..Ian seived as program c... Iraan »ith Mra. FTed Hrooke 
as co-chairman. Tue theme of the prograi aaa "Raymond \rt in Our Homes." 
Mr. Louis .dish, art instructor at Bifida, displayed a collection of 

.tings by kaymond artists. He also gave a most interesting ex, , nation 
aad laaonatratioa ol the potter's wheel, nhicfa is used in the ceramics lab. 
Hostesses lor the Besting earc Mrs. d. L. Blake j, Mrs. Floyd Elkina, 
Kajbelle Puraaaa, Mrs. j. a. Bennett, Mra. Iv.n Boaaaiond, and Mrs. 
i - L. Robinson. 



Respectfully submitted, 

firs. M. 0. Hansen 
Secretary 



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