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Martha Berry expresses her displeasure with Mossie Hackett after she witnessed three boys and girls giggling and passing notes after church.
Letter stating to not let any private orders be placed by department heads.
Martha Berry explains to Grover Ford that the boys living in Lemley are injuring the plants in front of the building. She suggests that he lecture the boys on the subject since she does not have the time.
Martha Berry writes Mrs. Harney to let her know she hopes to keep the young boy at Berry, and she lets Mrs. Harney know this boy really just needed to be disciplined.