a solo. An impressive season of parting words engaged
the members for a few moments, after which the doxology
was sung. The benediction was pronounced by the pastor.
Thus closed the twentieth session of the Ohio Conference
Branch of the Woman's Mite Missionary Society.
EDNA S. WOODSON, President.
ESSIE RICKMAN, Secretary.
REPORT ON JUNIOR WOORK
To the President, Officers and Members:
We, your Committee on Junior Work, submit the fol-
1. In order to keep the proper missionary interest before
the children that we have over each society a thoroughly
2. That the girls be divided up and placed on commit-
tees: (a) Visiting committee, to visit the sick, pray and
read the Bible with the sick ones. (b) A flower committee.
(c) Program committee. Each committee to serve one,
three or six months.
3. The real value of prayer be taught, the purport of
missions; fitting each member of the Junior Society for
active, earnest Christian service.
4. That the Senior Society co-operate more with the
Juniors, and do everything in their power to improve their
MRS. ELIZA JOHNS,
MRS. MARGARET TATE,
MRS. LUTIE TUSH,
COMMITTEE ON DELINQUENT SOCIETIES
To Officers and Members of Convention Assembled, greet-
We beg leave to submit the following delinquent socie-
ties in Cincinnati District: Pomeroy, Hilliards, West Jef-
ferson, Belpre, Carr's Run, Piketown, Strait Creek, Riel-
Delinquent in the Columbus District: Bainbridge, Delhi,
Decatur, Georgetown, Greenfield, Linden, Dry Run, Jef-