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

for many years. This opinion was showed by others and Wil-
berforce was decided upon as the place of next meeting.
    A letter from Mrs. Cisco, superintendent pro tem of Wil-
berforce Juniors, was read by the secretary.
    The treasurer's report was also read by the secretary.
    The president explained that any seeming discrepancy
between the report of the treasurer and the table, arises from the
fact that the secretary accounts for only 60%, and from the fact
that much money is brought to the convention of which the
treasurer has no account.
    The matter of delegates to the quadrennial convention of
the 3rd Episcopal District, at Newark, was discussed.
    It was moved and seconded that the president, Mrs. Mitchell
be president of delegation to quadrennial convention at New-
ark. (Carried.)
    It was moved and seconded, that Mrs. Rankin and Mrs.
Tate be the other two delegates to the quadrennial convention.
It was moved that there should be only three delegates. (Carried.)
    It was moved and seconded, that two-thirds of the expenses
be borne by the convention and the other one-third by the dele-
gates themselves. (Lost.)
    It was moved and seconded, that an order be drawn on the
treasurer for the delegates' expenses. (Carried.)
    Mrs. Phoebe Allen, of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mrs. H. L. Depew,
Miss Adelade Tantsi, student of Wilberforce, O., from South
Africa, were introduced to the convention.
    Announcements.
    Mrs. Ross asked whether the fund gathered in mite boxes
during the year, for the purpose of paying Miss Manye's expenses
to General Conference, should be reported here or continued to
General Conference time. It was suggested, that the money be
reported to remind any who may have forgotten.
    Singing, "God be with you."
    Benediction.
    Dismissed.
                                      




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

Date:  1903


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