Ray: I have a good bit, but I don’t wear it much. I wear this mostly [refers to necklace].
Payne: But did you wear it a lot when you were working?
Payne: And you had matching sets of earrings and necklaces and pins …
Payne: Yes. Well, that’s one of the things that I’m … that you told me. That she wasn’t the only Union County woman who was dressing (laughter)
Ray: I remember Marguerite (laughter) How many of ya’ll want copies of my recipe?
Payne: Oh, (laughter)
Thom: If you will bring a copy, we’ll …
Dave: We can copy it.
Ray: I’ve got cards made.
Payne: Oh, you do?
Thom: You do? You’ve been asked about this before.
Payne: Everybody. Well …
Ray: One, two, three, four, five, six
Payne: I already see it in the documentary that we’re doing on the history of Mississippi women – there’s going to be … we’re going to take a picture of that recipe and it’s going to be in the documentary – the cake that raised a …
All: hundred thousand dollars (laughter)
Ray: I have a hard time believing that myself. But it’s true.
Transcribed by Wendy Smith