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Woman's Mite Missionary Society, Minutes of the Seventh Annual Convention, Cincinnati, 1903
			
                   OF THE A. M. E. CHURCH.                   31

cess of our existence as a society.  Paul says, "I planted and
Apollos watered; but God giveth the increase."
                               Faithfully submitted,
                                               DOVIE CLARK.
    NOTE.--Banners have been given as follows:  To Cincin-
nati upon their raising $100.00. They had reported $56.46 to
me, but because they had raised $60.00 for the entertainment of
the convention, their report was allowed to be kept open, and all
public collections accredited to their society. This courtesy, I
believe, is always allowed the entertaining society.
    The banner for second class stations goes to Mt. Vernon,
although the report from Portsmouth is fuller and more satis-
factory. Owing to the illness of Sister Ferguson, we have been
unable to get a detailed report and since their aggregate is the
largest the banner is awarded them. The banner for Circuits
and Missions is awarded Cedarville. The Cincinnati Sunbeams
get the banner for Junior Societies.
    NOTE.--By permission of the president, the Cradle Roll is
turned over to our Junior Superintendent, Mrs. Minnie Moore
Waters, Lebanon, Ohio.
                             Respectfully submitted,
                                              DOVIE CLARKE.


                    Report of Treasurer.


                            WASHINGTON C. H., July 2, 1903.
    To the President and Members of O. C. B. Womans Mite Missionary
Society Convention, now in Session at Allen Temple, Cincinnati. Ohio.
    GREETING:--I assure you that I now feel more fully resigned
but I have been grieved to know that I would be unable to reach
you for this meeting only through this medium.  I am much
better and considered to be improving remarkably rapid. You
have my  best wishes for a pleasant and profitable session.  I
hope to retain my membership for life, you will find my mem-




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

Date:  1903


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