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Martha Berry informs Mrs Hammond that Inez Henry is too ill to travel to New York and that Willie Sue Cordell will travel to New York to handle the sale. Martha Berry thanks Mrs Hammond and her New York friends for organizing a benefit; she also regrets that she cannot travel and sit with Mrs. Hammond in her box, and meet with faithful friends. Martha wishes she could meet Beatrice Lillie for the grand performance.
Mrs. Hammond informs Martha Berry that she is sending a letter and check from Miss Jennings. She tells Martha Berry about a play that they are hoping to get for a benefit that is coming up.
Miss Berry is congratulating the efforts of herself and Mrs. Hammond, especially herself. She provides an anecdote concerning the transformation of a poor-as-can-be mountain girl into a "treasure".