Interview 56e: In this interview with Carolyn Elmore, Arthur Temple, Jr. recounts the history of Scrappin’Valley clubhouse and the reasons it was built. He recalls several stories about hunting deer and turkey, as well as the efforts to stock the area with game, as well as parties held at the clubhouse. He tells of events hosted by the Sportsmen of Boggy Slough and their chili cook-offs and plays, including a mock initiation in the style of Jim Jones and ones that featured Lady Bird Johnson and Liz Carpenter. Betty Burkhalter is also present for the interview. Ms. Elmore also interviews John Booker on the same subject at a later date.
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