Woman’s Union – Meeting Minutes Sep 9, 1920 (Call for esprit de corps)

Sept 9, 1920

After a brief vacation, the Woman’s Union of the Liberal Christian Church met on Mrs. Edwards’ delightful front porch to discuss plans for the new church year.

The meeting was called to order by president Edwards and prayer was offered by Dr. Keirn.

The treasurer, Mrs. Draper, reported a balance of $14.27 in the treasury. The report was accepted.

Dr. Keirn then addressed the meeting. He urged that all strive earnestly to create in the church an esprit de corps such as we had created among ourselves. To this end, several socials at proper intervals were advised. Special attention should be given the annual meeting in November.

The Union was urged to pay its church pledge by November.

Dr. Keirn concluded by the expressing gratitude for the past help.

After the adjournment of the business session, Mrs. Edwards served refreshments and a social half-hour was enjoyed.

Mrs. Douglas invited the Union to meet with her in October. The ladies decided to bring box lunches and spend the day.

Those present were: Mesdames Neal, Keirn, Draper, Edwards, Greene, Douglas and Faulkner.

R.G. Faulkner,
Secy Pro tem.

Physical Archive: UUCA Box: 60 Folder: 03
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA