Club Minutes: The Home Interest Society, 1931

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LULWORTH MEETING December 22, 1931.

The 657th meeting of the Home Interest met with Mrs. Weld and daughter at LULWORTH Dec. 22, 1931.

The guests were Mrs. Thompson; Mr. & Mrs. Cole and Miss Fitzgerald. and Sue Thomas.

The absent members were Eliz. & Garland Ligon; Cynthia & Maurice Stabler;Bessie & Harry Stabler; Fred Thomas; Eliz. & Elgar Farquhar; Faith & Edwin Morris; Annie B. & Sarah Kirk; Emily & Jean Coulter; Elliott Janney came in Joe's place.

After a pleasant social hour, supper was served following which the meeting was called with Wm. J. Thomas in the chair and Margaret Fussell acting as secretary in the absence of Helen Hallowell.

The minutes of the last meeting at LULWORTH were read followed by the minutes of the last meeting which was held at TANGLEWOOD. The reading of the incompleted questions of the last meeting were omitted pending the return of the secretary. The minutes of the last meeting were amended to include the name of Mrs. Hurrey on the program committee.

The program committee had not met on account of illness. There were no suggestions for the annals.

In the absence of Joe Janney, Milton Bancroft reportrd from the Community Council that County School Supt. Broome had given a talk on the Major School Plan. That Sherwood was to be one of the large school centers. Milton also reported on radio on police cars; installation of call boxes; power rates;a prize for Junior High School and a flag given to the Boy Scouts. At the Dec. 18th 1931 meeting of the Community Council a resolution was read criticizing the appointment to school boards and committees of those who held political offices or those immediately interested in pollitics.

The discussion which followed brought out a sentiment in favor of the prohibition of such appointees but it was thought the resolution was too broad to be effective.

Emily Coulter and Norris Fussell were on the forethought committee. Emily Coulter being absent, Norris Fussell read a jingle, which upon motion by Elza Thomas was ordered spread upon t the minutes and is as follows:

The clan elect of Sandy Spring For many years has tried to bring About a definition true Of just one word,- a bug-a-boo.

Of all who tried most all have failed; Likely because they all have quailed At such a Herculean task,- Or else endeavored because were asked.

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