The afternoon session was opened by a selection by the
Gospel Choir of Mt. Vernon Church, of Columbus. Song
by the Juvenile Society, of Zanesville, after which Mrs.
Margaret conducted a very interesting program by the
Juniors of Zanesville. The President related to the chil-
dren a missionary story of a little girl who became a mis-
sionary because she felt that Jesus wanted her to be a mis-
sionary. After a selection by the Gospel Choir, Mrs. Johns
introduced Mrs. Ada Boler, of Allen Temple Junior So-
ciety, who gave an interesting talk concerning her work.
The two young men, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Daly, of
O'Brienville, were introduced as being consecrated by their
mother to become missionaries. Miss Addie Clark, of
Worthington, sang "Face to Face." Mrs. Lutie Tush read
a beautiful paper on "How to Awaken a Missionary Im-
pulse in Young Christians." She said: "The training of
our young people should begin with the parents, who are
the responsible ones in the lives of our young people. Par-
ents should see to it that the children are received into the
church early, and thereby receive the necessary impulse to
become a missionary."
Mrs. B. M. Carson read an illustrated paper: Subject,
"We Can." It revealed a great lesson. Mrs. Rogers sang
a beautiful solo, "The Vesper Prayer." Doxology. Bene-
The evening session opened with a song by the choir,
"Reaping Time." Scripture Lesson, St. John I, was read
by Mrs. Collins. Responsive reading, "Christ Our Light,"
led by the President. Singing, "Walking in the Light."
Prayer by Mrs. Turner, of the N. O. Conference Branch.
Song by the choir, "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?"
Solo by Mr. Lloyd Hickman. The newly-elected officers
were installed by Rev. Collins.
The Temperance Committee reported by Mrs. Goode.
Report adopted. Mrs. Collins read the report of the Fi-
nance Committee. Report adopted. Mrs. Rogers read the
report of the Committee on Statistics. Report adopted.
Miss Gordon read the report of the Committee on Resolu-
tions. The report was adopted.
A solo was sung by Mr. M. Oliver. Mrs. Rogers sang