From the Sept. 8, 1927 News Record:

A "Wyoming Day" celebration was held at the home of C.P. Berry on Bitter Creek Sunday, the ladies of the Pleasant Hour Club being hostesses to their husbands and to the pioneers of Northern Campbell County. There were over a hundred people present. A bountiful repast was served at noon, which was a strong testimonial to the culinary ability of the ladies of the Pleasant Hour Club. Mrs. Wayne Morse, a guest of the club, presided as the efficient and gracious chairman of the informal meeting which followed the dinner. Mrs. Morse explained that the purpose of the meeting was to show the husbands of the members what good times the ladies enjoyed at their meetings.

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