lumbus, Mrs. Tush; Mt. Vernon, Columbus, Mrs. Johns;
Allen Temple, Cincinnati, Mrs. Baker.
A rising vote of thanks was tendered Mrs. Johns for her
valuable services as Juvenile Superintendent.
Adjourned until 7.30 P. M.
The evening session was opened at 7.30 o'clock. Devo-
tional exercises were conducted by Mrs. Cooper and Mrs.
Hamilton. Music by the choir.
Rev. S. P. West, D. D., P. E., extended a very cordial
Mrs. Nannie Holland responded to the same.
Piano solo was rendered by Miss Margaret Manley, of
Zanesville. Rev. and Mrs. Thomas, of the Baptist church,
were introduced. Solo by Mrs. M. Ross. The President
then delivered her annual address, taking as her subject
"Our Debt of Gratitude." It was delivered in her usual
earnest, Christian manner, evidencing her real love and de-
votion to the cause of missions.
The convention then adjourned and was ushered to the
basement, where a very pleasant reception was tendered
by the local society.
SECOND DAY--FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916.
Devotional exercises were conducted by Mrs. Hattie
Ford and Mrs. B. M. Carson. The 23rd Psalm was re-
peated by the convention. After an enjoyable season of
song and testimony the business was continued by reports
of committees and societies. Mrs. Carroll reported for the
Committee on Credentials. On motion the report was
Societies reported as follows: Rendville, Mrs. Miller;
Zanesville, Mrs. Rebecca Kinney;; Selma, Mrs. Della
Ward; Worthington, Mrs. Addie Clark. Letters from
Brown Chapel, Walnut Hills, Frankfort and the First A.
M. E. Church, Xenia, were read by Mrs. Ford.
Mrs. Ophelia Rogers, Corresponding Secretary, reported.
She urged the societies to be more accurate and prompt in
sending in their reports. Her report was adopted. Mrs.