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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 lets Leland Green know that Miss Alston has agreed to let the music instructor, Mr. Beaschler, go to the girls' school every Thursday to lead group singings.
Berry asks Barbour to train girls in Sunshine to sing ballads, stressing the importance of both girls and boys being able to sing to the many guests she expects through the summer.