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Miss Berry is asking that Mr. Hamrick ensure that the work boys find time to go to Chapel and, at least, listen to this guest speaker. She also asks that he see that the visiting minister gets a tour of the schools, and that the old cedar is cut down for lumber.
A letter from Martha Berry to Grady Hamrick. She had noticed that, during chapel, there were some boys that were still out working. She asked that they be allowed to go to chapel and listen to the preacher. She also asked for the removal of a dead tree in front of the chapel.
Martha Berry expresses her displeasure with Mossie Hackett after she witnessed three boys and girls giggling and passing notes after church.
Martha Berry writes to G. Leland Green, concerned about the Possum Trot School, and gives him instructions on how she thinks things can be made better though more singing and art classes. She also expresses concern about how she thinks the students of all the schools need to feel more part of Berry.
Martha Berry finds that Mr. Beaschler has taken an alto out of Miss Warden's quartet, and she demands she be put back in. She also has heard the boys and girls are co-mingling in chapel services, and they are to remain separate.
A memo to Leland Green from Martha Berry about the exact music choices to be performed at the chapel services that day.
Sophie Alston issues a complaint to Dr. Green about Mr. Beaschler asking the choir to show up two hours early for chapel, to only have a half hour rehearsal, especially whent the girls are very busy otherwise.
Martha Berry invite Mr. Faegele to speak on Sunday in chapel for the students.
A letter from Martha Berry recalling her trip to Boston and the unsuccessful, yet enjoyable, attempt at garnering support for Berry there.
Martha Berry expresses her eagerness for Thomas K. Glenn to visit The Berry Schools.
Martha K. Beatty writes to thank Martha Berry for an inspiring day at the school and hopes Berry will visit her and her companion Mrs. Baldwin at their home.
Miss Berry writes to apologize that she could not attend Miss Smith's shower and offers to give her a wedding anywhere at the Berry Schools. She asks to have a "little drive" with Miss Smith to "talk things over".
Martha Berry writes to offer the use of the "little chapel" for a wedding ceremony as well as aid in getting ready.
Mr. Ryder writes to say he will tune the chapel organ on Monday and asks that it be kept warm.
Martha Berry asks Mr McGill to come to Berry for a meeting to discuss arrangements for him to raise money for an endowment.