Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
It is the aim of the home demonstration work in Falls Community to reach all the people of the community and joining communities. It is not possible to organize clubs in all communities, so each Home Demonstration Club has an Expansion Committee. The Expansion Committee is responsible for carrying to those who are not members of home demonstration clubs the benefits derived from home demonstration work. The aim in home demonstration work is to reach all farm women and girls in the communities.
This study shows how home demonstration work has steadily grown until it now holds a leading place in the community.
The Falls Community in Ellis County has a population of one hundred-one persons. There are fifteen families consisting of twelve girls in the teen age. The chief occupation is farming.
The purpose of this study is to unify the facts concerning the development of home demonstration work among the Negroes in Falls Community, as well as to acquaint readers with home demonstration work achievements and improvements since the beginning of the work in the community.
The purpose is twofold however, in that it is to note the improvements already made and suggest methods for future improvement which offer possibilities for perspective teachers in the future.
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Scales, E. O. (1938). Home Demonstration Work in Falls Community Ellis County, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/148