The Caddo Herald
January 13, 1939
Liberty Ladies have a Community Club
Rufe Bolts Wisecracks
The ladies Community Club of Liberty met in regular session Dec. 1, 1938 at the home of Mrs. Della Springer. Opening with singing; devotional by Mrs. Addie Flowers; a play by Mesdames Dollie B. Berry, Della Springer, and Beatrice Hartman; music by Mrs. Hartman.
Mrs. Addie Flowers made a talk on Christmas that was enjoyed by all present; attendance was good; 5 new members were added: Mrs. Nunn, Mrs. Head, Mrs. Booker, Mrs. Crites, and Mrs. Hartman. Delicious refreshments were served by hostess then an exchange of Christmas gifts in which all participated. Meeting was much enjoyed and voted a success by unanimous approval.
This club work is doing lots of good by bringing the women of the community closer together, besides teaching housewives many new and helpful things that might otherwise be overlooked for the door is open to all women who wish to join.
Lafe Scroggins says that W. P. A. workers should be furnished with a caddy to carry their shovels for ‘em. It is too hard on them to have to carry their shovels from place to place just to lean on. Rufe Bolts