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Woman's Mite Missionary Society, Minutes of the Seventh Annual Convention, Cincinnati, 1903
14                 WOMAN'S M. M. SOCIETY

financial report. She expressed the hope that the amount from
Cincinnati might reach $100.
    Walnut Hills' report read by Mrs. Eva Stone. Mrs. Mitchell,
the president, commended the society upon having raised the
amount  suggested  ($25.00)  and  eight  dollars more.    (See
    Zanesville report read by Mrs. Margaret Tate. Mrs. Mitchell
and the delegate explained that the prevalence of small pox had
caused Zanesville to fall behind. (See Statistics.)
    Columbus report read by Mrs. Ransom. She explained
many difficulties which had confronted Columbus during the
year. (See Statistics.)
    Mt. Vernon Church, Columbus, Ohio, had no report and
Mrs. Ransom explained the absence by telling of the sickness of
the pastor's wife and other prominent workers.
    Circleville's report was also wanting and the corresponding
secretary said that sickness had beset the society.
    Jamestown would be heard from later, the president
    Wilmington's report read by secretary.  (See Statistics.)
    Portsmouth's report read by Mrs. Lexy Anderson. The
president expressed her gratification at the good work done by
the society.
    Report of Juvenile Society, Cincinnati, read by Mamie Ross.
    Mrs. Mitchell asked that Conferences of Committees be as
unobstrusively conducted as possible, and that all side issues
be omitted.
    Later she explained that the absence of several delegates
was probably due to the fact that for several years previous, the
Convention has met on Thursday night, while this year the Con-
vention met on Thursday morning.       Several  were detained
waiting for July rates.
    Mrs. Mitchell, after the reading of report from Juvenile
Society of Allen Temple, called attention to the fact that there
is a great gap between the Juvenile and Women's Society.


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Woman's Mite Missionary Society, Minutes of the Seventh Annual Convention, Cincinnati, 1903

Date:  1903


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