Volume 6, Number 7, Spring 1978
"The 12 back issues I ordered were just full of great past history. What a treasure," wrote Mrs. J. E. Middleton of Leawood, Kansas. She said that she especially enjoyed the old items out of the Taney County papers.
"Thanks for the back issues of the Quarterly -I get so much enjoyment from them," writes Mrs. William Zody of Perrysville, Ohio.
Mr. C. E. Boulson
Dr. Hardy A. Kemp
Mrs. Archie Kissee
for your kind remarks in your letters to this office.
Thanks, James Powell, of Springfield. For recruiting two new members.
Sisters Velma Breshears Fairgrove, Mo. and Barbara Laffoon Stover, Mo. and vice-president Ruth Asher of Galena brought in Lydia Mourning Clark of Aurora.
Ruby Robins sent a membership for Stella Luna. both of Gainesville.
If each member would bring in one new member we could be in good financial standing. So - "LETS each one get one! !"
The quarterly costs money for publishing and mailing. The writing and editing comes free of money charges..., but the editor cannot put out a Quarterly unless the treasurers account provides the necessary money! (Copied from Vol. 3 - No. 2 Winter 1968 issue of the Quarterly)
10 YEARS LATER - SAME PROBLEM
If we will get all the people who are interested in preserving the history of the area to maintain a membership in The White River Valley Historical Society we will likely be able to continue the Quarterly. We must have the members and they must pay their dues regularly, for we cannot expect other institutions to forever underwrite us.
(Copied from the Editor Speaks" column of Vol. 3 -No. 7 Spring 1969 issue)
9 YEARS LATER - SAME SONG
MEMBERSHIP ROLL ADDITIONS
January 25 to April 15, 1978
* Breashears, Velma - Fair Grove
* Clark, Lydia Mourning - Aurora Hall, Bill Ellen - Branson
* Laffoon, Barbara - Stover
* Luna, Stella - Gainesville
Mahnkey, Douglas - Forsyth
Norman, Mrs. Gladys - Ava
Petersen, John E. - Forsyth
St. Louis Public Library - St. Louis University of Texas - Austin
* New Members
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