Woman’s Union – Meeting Minutes Oct 10, 1922 (Annual Supper and Other Topics)

The October meeting of the Union was held with Mrs. Hiatt at Woodlawn on the 10th of this month.

After reciting the Lord’s Prayer, the secretary’s report was read and approved with the exception of including Mrs. Birdsall’s name among those who have left the Union. Mrs. Birdsall herself being present to regret the change!

The corresponding secretary reported a request for handkerchiefs for the bazaar of the Hyde Park Church. On motion of Mrs. Draper that two that she had already brought for our bazaar be sent in reply; it was so voted.

The treasurer report showing a balance of $4.42 was read and accepted.

The bazaar committee reported progress being made on collecting material and that that there would be a meeting of ladies every Wednesday morning at 11 o’clock at Mrs. Toepel’s house to sew for the bazaar.

The program committee arranged for the November meeting to be held with Mrs. Jones, the subject “Pictures” being the one on the regular program. Arrangement also was made for an extra sewing meeting to be held at Mrs. Faulkner house on the 17th of October to sew for the Red Cross on emergency call.

On motion of Mrs. Perry the society resolved itself into a committee of the whole to discuss the Annual Supper. The committee accepted the menu of the executive committee’s planning viz: meat loaf, candied yams, rice, perfection salad, cake, rolls and coffee.

The following ladies were requested to furnish cakes: Mrs. Faulkner, Toepel, Perry, Gaylord and Rhyne.

Committee on Decoration: Mrs. Keirn and Mrs. White.

To prepare salad and arrange dishes on Thursday afternoon: Mrs. Gaylord, Mrs. Birdsall, Mrs. Draper, May and Greene.

To work on Friday afternoon: Mrs. Faulkner, Freeman, Jones, Draper and Edwards.

The Junior Men’s Club and the Y.P.C.U. (Archivist Note: Young People Christian Union.) to furnish waiters.

Mrs. Faulkner and Mrs. Draper and others volunteered to ask contributions in money and work from the ladies not present.

After adjournment for lunch, the Union listened to a talk on work for deficient children in the Atlanta schools by Miss Molsley who is engaged in this work

E.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

Posted in Liberal Christian Church, Physical Collection, Woman's Union, Woman's Union 1919 - 19xx

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