DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT
Mrs. Nannie Holland reported for the Cincinnati Dis-
trict, three meetings having been held at O'Bryonville, Ba-
tavia and Allen Temple; also two Junior Societies organ-
ized. A new mission brought to the connection $7.11.
Mrs. Mattie Ford reported for the Columbus District
that they had held three successful meetings, with large
attendance. At the meetings we held at St. Paul, Colum-
bus, Circleville and Worthington, enthusiasm ran high and
great interest was manifested. They assisted Rev. Carson
to go to Dry Run, which had long been without preaching,
and he had on that day preached two conversions. Amount
collected $7.91. Disbursement to Rev. Carson, $2; to Cir-
cle-ville, $1.32; to Rev. Carson, $3; total disbursements,
$6.32; balance, $1.59.
Mrs. Edna S. Woodson reported for the Xenia District
two very successful meetings, one in Xenia and another in
Selma. Amounted collected paid in at convenitno--$5.03.
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 29, 1917.
We, the Committe on the President's Address, beg leave
to submit the following report:
We realize, as noted in the address, there was never
greater need of Christian workers than now. We also
wish, as admonished, to transact our missionary business
according to the best business methods; also that each so-
ciety become more interested in mission study. We also
advise that each society provide themselves with books on
Realizing the worthiness and splendid work of the Presi-
dent, we hope the convention will consider her for our
MRS. LENORA SCOTT,
MRS. M. H. EVANS,
MRS. O. R. WILLIAMS,