Interview with Rufus Lewis
QUESTION 13
INTERVIEWER:

BUT HERE SPECIFICALLY IN THE TOWN, IT MUST HAVE BEEN SOMETIMES DIFFICULT TO COORDINATE BECAUSE THERE ARE SO MANY DIFFERENT GROUPS.

Rufus Lewis:

Well, I don't think it was a difficult task. If such-and-such a church would permit us to have a registration meeting in that church, we would ask all the people who wanted to get registered meet at a certain time. We would go there, with the registration forms, and pencils, and pass those applications out, take one and go over it with the group, being sure that they didn't miss a single question, and therefore, let them fill it out there, let them study it and set a time, when they would go to the courthouse for registration. Now we do this church one Sunday, or whatever, one night, and go to another church, another who want to get registered. Now we – when or two people get registered, that's going to inspire some of the others. And we have less difficulty in getting them together, ‘cause it becomes a kind of a little game, then, and they like it.