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Martha writes to Dr. Edwards to inform that it will be impossible for her to speak at the Kiwanis club on any of the dates mentioned, either due to Commencement or being away from the schools.
Hugh McCrary encloses a $25 check as a final installment on his subscription to the endowment, and promises to send a $75 check from TheKiwanis Club in a few days.
Letter to Glenn B. Ryman from Martha Berry informing him that she won't be able to attend the Kiwanis Luncheon like she promised because she is physically unable to do so. She informs him that she doctor's have told her not to make speeches at the present time. She instead asks if she can send Miss Wooten in her place. She informs him that Miss Wooten has an interesting story and is a graduate of the schools and has been working with her in the office ever since she graduated. She also adds that she recently gave a talk in New York and that the audience was captivated with her story. She apologizes to him once again and hopes he accepts her excuse.
Inman asks for new leaflets to accompany her solicitation for the Mother's Building. She gives examples of previously done materials that she wishes to have "made appropriate for 1927" and urges Green to move quickly to develop something that will be appealing through the mail. Written on Mother's Building stationery.
Martha Berry writes to Mr. Ryman to make an exception and accept the invitation to speak at a Kiwanis meeting. She also asks if it would be permissible to bring a Berry girl with an interesting story. She says that she appreciates what the Kiwanis are doing with the Mother's Building.