Mrs. Maggie Pross, Wilzinski; Mrs. A. J. Franklin, Wilzin-
ski ; Mrs. Ama Banks, Wintersville ; Mrs. Cynthia Hop-
son, Vicksburg; Mrs. M. S. Jackson, Greenville; Mrs. S.
N. Johnson, Greenville ; Miss D. L. Hyder, Greenville ;
Miss G. A: M. Gayles, Gaylesville.
According to the report of the societies as shown by
the minutes of 1891. pages 9 and 10, $155.70 was collected
at this meeting from societies and annual members, $20.15
in open collection and missionary reports, making a grand
total of $175.85.
The meeting adjourned to meet in the City of Natch¬
ez, July 18, 1892.
Prior to the meeting at Natchez the board was called
together at Greenville, Miss., by the president Feb. 26.
1892. After pruning the board and filling some vacancies
thereof the following programme was adopted to be ren¬
dered at the next annual session of the society:
Appointment for annual meeting, July 18, 1892, as
follows Introductory sermon by Rev. S. A. Anderson;
Yazoo. Missionary sermon by Rev. J. H. Hawkins, Win-
terville. Temperance paper by Mrs. S. N, Johnson,
Greenville. Education by Mrs. S. J. Strauther, Green¬
ville. Presidents Message of Yazoo City. No further
business the meeting adjourned until called by the presi¬
L. B. Dixon, President.
A. E. Willians, Secretary,
Twelve dollars were taken. Adjourned to meet at
The Third Annual Session of the G. M. B. W. E. Con¬
vention was held at Natchez, Miss., July 19, 1892. The
convention was called to order by the president, Mrs. L. B.
Rev. Dr. Luke, financial agent of the Foreign Mission
Convention of U. S. A. wrs introduced and made an im¬
pressive speech in behalf of Africa's cause, 810 were voted
to him by the board to assist in Christianizing benighted
The Missionaries appointed by this convention made
the following report:
Mrs. N. W. Coleman, General Missionary..........S 2 35