The Union met on November 14th with Mrs. H.W. Jones, 240 St. Charles Ave.
As we were to have a talk form Miss Susan M. Andrews, representing the Universalist Missionary Society headquarters in addition to our regular speaker the business meeting was cut as short as possible.
It was reported from the special sewing meeting held in October that five bolts of cloth was made up at that meeting at Mrs. Jones by our members at their houses, making eight in all. In addition garments for the Needle Work Guild were cut out and distributed among the members, this list standing as follows: Mrs. Draper -2; Mrs. Edwards – 2; Mrs. Faulkner – 5; Mrs. Gaylord – 2; Mrs. Greene – 4; Mrs. Jones -2; Mrs. Perry – 2; Mrs. Rhyne -3.
The treasurer’s report showing a balance of $13.82 was read and accepted.
The minutes of the previous meeting were cut short and approved as read.
After adjournment for lunch, Mrs. Houston Johnson talked most stirringly about the detention home for girls on Cooper St. Discussion followed but time was too limited to take action.
Elizabeth B. Greene, Rec. Sec.
Physical Archive: UUCA Box: 60 Folder: 04
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA
Archivist Note: There is no mention in this November 1922 meeting minutes of the sudden death of Rev. Keirn, pastor of the Liberal Christian Church on October 25, 1922.