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Mrs. Bigler's mother, Elizabeth B. Godcharles, has died and her will includes a $100 bequest to Berry. Mrs. Godcharles was Regent of the Warrior Run DAR chapter. Mrs. Bigler asks how the money can be used in her mother's memory. Mrs. Bigler also mentions reading about Berry in the American Motorist and her own interest in education for mountain people, which is done through her own DAR chapter's support of Margaret Henry's work at Maryville College.
Berry thanks Belsher for her letter and accepts Belsher's offer of scrapbooks.
Reading the story of the Berry Schools in the Pictorial Review reminded Belsher of notations in the minutes of her DAR chapter of donations made by them to Berry from around 1910-1912. Belsher cannot offer a monetary contribution but wonders if there would be a use for the scrapbooks she makes in her spare time. Written on the letterhead of the Macon County, Missouri, County Circuit Court.
Barnes hope Berry will be well enough to speak to her DAR chapter, but if not they will be pleased to have Inez Wooten. Barnes asks that Berry provide information about a scholarship the chapter established, which the school erroneously credited to the state organization. That mistake caused among some members "a little feeling".
Martha Berry writes to Mrs. Barnes to confirm the date of her engagement to speak at the D.A.R meeting. If she is not well enough, Inez Wooten will go in her place.
Barnes follows up on an earlier letter inviting Berry or her representative to speak to her DAR chapter, asking that Berry confirm the date. Barnes provides details of the arrangements.
In this letter Martha Berry asks Mrs. Barnes if she can visit the D.A.R. Chapter next winter.
Mrs. Thomson writes that the Norton Brooks Chapter of the DAR has shipped a Christmas Box by special post.
Mrs. Paige thanks Martha Berry for the cotton she received and informs her that she will be sending a $150.00 scholarship check soon.