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i HISTORY OF Ol1GANlZAllON
W0man’s Board of Mome Missions
Was First Established in 1886 g
and Has Grown.  
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The V\’OlllILIl·5 Board of Home Missions was E
organized in 1836 as the woinan’s department l
of llie board of church extension. Four years  
latter lt was reorganized us the \\'oinzm`s ~ i
lr’;»_i·sonn;;e and Home Mission society. its `
olnef work was to build pzirsonnges for min- .
lsters of the churches in the 'West who were l
ll·ea.ted in sections unable to build homes for I
‘tha preacliers who in consequence suffered
great hardships which their families were
unable to endure. _
\Vith the Cllilllgé in the name. it left
nothing undone in pzirsonuge building, but
added to thut work zi building of schools
for foreigners, notably the Chinese and Jopli-
nese. the l’z1ci1'ic const und the Cnbzins in
, _1·‘lorldn. Schools have also been established
if in Montana. Kentucky, Tennessee and North
» Curollini. The city missions were nlso estab-
./ lished. Eight years uno the name of the so-
/ cieiy was ngliin changed by striking out the
nnme or pznsonngxe, which leaves the name
, of the mguiilzzntion ns it now stands.
The history of the work from the beginning
has been one of natural growth und develop- {
mont on the lines indicrited. nt the some time
ns orgzmizntion growing more ami more per-
fect und different fenturcs being (1(l.dP(i. such .
us re:<¤·ne homes and homes for fricndless
l und orphnn girls., · .
' ‘—Tl1e.f<;;v»r¤i<~1;_<;(ilie society sind its first see- w
· l'4*lYll')' was the Into Miss Lucinda. B. Helm, ri
sister of Miss Mary Helm, editor of Our
l 'lloiucs. Miss 1-lelm was succeeded as seci·e—
I inry ol? the 0l`[I{lT1lZH.tlOl1 by l\Irs. R. li. klnr-
grove, wife of Bishop Hargrove. She was _
followed in oflico by.l\Irs. R. XV. Ma.cDonell,
the present incumbent. 'l‘hc·re have been lilll
two presidents, Mrs. Fl. E. YViley. who was
su<.·cr·<~ded by l\llss Belle H. Bennett of
l Richmond, Ky., the present incumbent.
 
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I NIGHT SESSIOA. ·
T The e—l»t~tion of rifficsrs took plow ax; nw
night session. .\ll ot` tho routine husiusss {
I was elisposml of bt·t`or<· tht· ohziir :tnnouuc<.·tl
that nominations for offioers for the coni-
ing your tvort- in order. R¢=v, George St¤x»
ton took tho chair. Mrs, \\'. H. Malone of
Orangv r<·ml<~r<—tl "So1ni· 'l`im<· Thejfll L`n¢ler-
stand" before the ballotlng for officers took
Plat·»·_ The present OfflL'€’l`S were rv-ela·ct·~e·r of resolutions of thanks
we·r·· passed thc board :ttl_lotiru·~d.
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Notes and Personals.
MRS. J. L. CUNNINQHAM ot Bouuinont
uttotidotl thu mcoting ot th·— bourtl.
MRS. \\'. Il. MAl.ONl·I of Orange was a1
visitor at the sessions of the board.
AMONG tho visitors at tho inooting of thc ,
l.»onrv<·rv your; tlu·_v tlon't exwn l
.7/ gl\'t“ lT`lv“ il l·Ulll` )'t'ftl‘S‘ [t*l`ll`l,"
vu \\'lrllCN l'l` RlC('AMl·] .\I’1’ARliN'l` that (hr}
” session would lust wcil ulong into thc night
u tlt·li·gut1· l`(‘lllZll'l{(‘tI ul luuvli: "\\1ll swim:
lnothor loutl in tlw song, '\\`¤· \\’<>n`t (io
_lloint~ '|`ill BIt)l`lllllg"`.'H
IN 'l`lll·l SlCl.l·l("l`l()N ol` lhv l»l`t`i\·t*i‘s th6
u1nn1l.·•·y·s ol` tli<· Iiouril uuitml iu tl1¤· i···rv·l··¤-·
tion ol` tlu— ]}l't‘St‘llI u1'fit·t·rs. This so·~ui;—: ro
hr- tlu· now uvts ol` tho upostlws "'l`lit·5‘ ull .*_
st’·i‘11l(·l.l LU \'(•t<· with (7111* :li‘L‘¤l1`tl."
REV. (`}l5]()1{Gl‘: Sl·)X'l`ON, who sut in
tho pr<·sicl¢·nt's ehuir during the vlvctiuil of
»»t"lu·t·rs, SZl1tlZ "l huvo lmfl tho joy nucl
bliss ol` Imsslugx lllll'l)'—\lllt‘ wonwti for tivo _ .
nuuutos, und tln-rl: is iiotltiuis lll{t‘~ it in tho
w<.·r1tl."
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A All·ZMHlzZli oi` tho bourti suid Klint whom
thi- lllttpbi uml othhr ¢·xlill>lli¤.»us on (hw wztlls
of tlw cliurcli \\'t?l‘f* living tulaml eluwn. it 1‘t·—
llllfllrlbtl ll<*l' Ul. lllt· lllt)\'lZl{2,` t'll`(‘ll*¢. .·\lll>lll<·l‘
z·omui·k¢=d: "And we \\'|ll‘SO0ll <·uiiiiut·ii<·c to
lout; the :mim'uls." "\'»:s," I`Oll1lll`l((‘tl un- `
other. "und tho wlwpliaint is twutljv to lm ~
loutletl 11ov.‘." l
{ Till;} l)l·]lJlit}A'l‘l·JS u·t~rt— in it good humor
ull tluy, uml us ;i l‘t·Sllll. witty l‘t‘l`t`t&Ll`liS wore-
l 1`t·t.qtueut. .·\1`t··r u l`l’}JUI'L which sliotvutl tho
j 1·|¤lll[`»2Ll`H,l.l\'t* Stéllltjlllg Lil. t‘t¤llI'(‘\'Qll("f‘§< Ull H1]
· iu:purt:Tut wurlt hull linen t't>llt‘llltll'kl. it num-
l!t'l‘ ZJIVUSLB lt} t'Ullllllt*l`lL L1lll.l SMX il Il‘\\' \Vl)l`tIS
(ll. prulste 1`or ilu-ir own t·lml`01·e·1u·t·. uml stut-
inc thztt they ilvsorvtwl <·ongr:ttulutmus. A
lN)kH'tl 1|l<‘Il`l})¤?l’ Nultl lll UH' t't)1l<.'lll$lt>ll Hlv Zlil
unltlwssz "l would suggost the t‘luu¤·s·· msu-
iou for sliuking Iiumls. Shultc haunts with  
yourseelf." §
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*~ "I`:est}lved, That uthe fcollectionsf foiij tike II
\\`F’€k 0 !`B}’6!` S 18 be OI` 21 SDGC l(‘ O j€C ,  V Q ,... _,·r
I and thepexecutive committee shall decide _'   "`Y`
‘ ~ 1 TI ‘— what the object shall be. _ I
"Y\"liereas, the needs: of enlaried city mls- ~
sion work are so imperative at 'ew Orleans, I
and owing to a lack of strength of Metho- I
I dlsm to meet these demands. we recommend
, that this board co-operate with the city ,
board ln the extension of work by the ap- I
I proprlatlon of $600 and the appointment of
another worker. I
•· "That we discontinue the work at Oak- I
land. Cal., and strengthen our work at Ala- I -
meda. T\'e recommend that the executive 1 .
committee be authorized to negotiate prop- ,
erty in Alameda lf thought gracticable.
-. "'l`ha,t owing to the ina llity to secure
proper quarters and enlargement of our Chi- .
nese work in Los Angeles, we recommend `
the discontinuance of our Chinese night I
school.
-• "That the Italian work be left in the
hands of the committee on education for the '
next year, leaving it to their absolute dis- I
_ crcition whether this work be continued or I
no . ~
"That. whereas, iu response to the proffer
of the Mexican school at El Paso, Texas, by V
thc general board of missions. we recom- I
mend that this question be referred to the
executive committee for final action.
"That we fully appreciate the offer of the
Misses Tucker and recommend this be left —· _
in the hands of the executive committee to ·
do with as they see best.
"'I7hat owing to the fact that the collec-
tions of thc brigade have not yet reached
I $10.000. the amount specified ln the inaugura-
tion of the Florlne McEachern brigade, we
recommend that the funds collected this year
contlnue to be appropriated to the Florino
McEachern brigade fund. This recommenda-
  tion from this committee ls in conctirrenco
/ I with the message of our president concerning
y the collections from the children of the
/ church.
"'J`he resolution asking the board to formu-
late some definite plan for it new building
at the rescue home at Dallas, Texas, was
considered. This committee feels the plan
already inaugurated for the enlargement of
this plant is as good as at this sitting it can
recommend. VI'e would urge that the l{ing‘s
~ Messenger confine its efforts to raising funds
for the rescue home, since it is through its _
efforts that a plan to raisc $50,000 on a dol- "'
lar perishare was projected several years
ago."
I APPROPRIATIONS.
Cuban \Vork— ·
Ruth I-Iurgrove seminary ............. . $7.520 00
Wolff Mission school ................... 2.855 00
\\’est Tampa .......... . .... . ............... 675 00
'l`0tnI .........,.. . ............ . .......... $li,050 UI
Mountain '\Vork—
Sue Bennett Memorial school .......... $3,500 OI)
Brevard ,.........................,.. . ..... 3,200 Cr)  
Total ............ . ........................... $6,700 Ill I
Pacific Coast \V0rk-—-  
lios Angeles .............................. $1,080 on I
San Francisco ........................... .   04) 1
Alameda ......... . ................... . ....... 2.430 no
'I`otnl ........i........ . .......... . ........ $5,730 N]
Industrial \\’ork—
Dallas Rescue home .................... $4,850 D0 I
'\'ashti home ........ , .......l............ 3,756 76 I
Paine annex .............. . ...... . .......... 1,580 00 I
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Mis<·vIInn¢~ous ............................   I0,·N3 00 I
Board expenses ......................... 7.:325 Im I
Grand total ................ . ............. ..$52,l32% 7•l I
Mrs. IG. K. Griffith of the i·`loi·ida ron- I
fci·cm:e addressed a few r·¤m:n·ks in the wziy `
of explanation of tin- Brock house, the gift I
 _ of tin- Misses limma and Tina Tucker. »
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APPOINTMENTS or DEACONESSES.
The joint report of the deaconess COI`¤lll1I—
tee of control and the L;··iii!ltlltc·2 on (il}` mis—
sions showed the following appointments or
assignments of deaconesses for lvui-Us: =
Asheville, N. (‘.—Miss Josephine Gumn. 1
Atlanta. Ga.—Wesley House, Miss Dome 1
Crim. ‘
Aiigusta, Ga.-Miss Annie Trawielc. —
A Birmingham, ;\la.—l<‘irst L'hlll‘Cll pastors
assistant. Miss Mary Vaughan.
1 lirosseit. Ark.——l\1iss Mae Mclienzle. 1
~ Columbus, Ga.——~Miss Birdie Cate.
1 Dallas. '1‘exas.—Wesley House. Miss lou 1
1 Adrreanson. Miss May Wilson.
Galveston, Texas.-—\1\'esley House, Miss An- 1
nie Muteh, Miss Kate Lowder.
Gastonia, Ga.—Mlss Ida Stevens. 1
Griffin, Ga.—Miss Selina Monohan,
Hoiiston, 'l`exas.—St. Pauls church, pas— 1 .
tor`s assistant, Miss Elizabeth Taylor. 1
Kansas City, Mo.—Mrs. i·;. A1. Souhy, Miss
.lai1ett·: Haskin. Miss kate \\'ilson. 1
Kansas City.—lnstitutional church. pas- 1
tor`s assistant, Miss Florence l$lz1eltwr·ll. 1
Los Angeles Deaconess I—Iome.—Miss Maria.
Elliott, Miss Molzelle Elliott, nurse; Miss
Louise \\'hltman. _
V Louisville VVesley Hon1e.—-Miss Mary Eliza-
beth Smith, Miss Roberta Baker.
Louisville, the Temple-.—Pastor's assistant,
_ Miss Addie Mitchell.
1 Macon, Ga., Door qc Hope.—Mrs. F. M.
." Knowles. s
/ Memphis, Tenn.—Miss Fronie Vlfehb.
1 Memphis, Tenn., First Cliurch.—Pastor's
assistant, Miss Mabelle Marshall.
Mobile, Ala., \\’esley House.—Miss Ella
Ganow, Miss Josie Leverett.
New Orleans, La.—~Miss Ethel Jackson,
Mrs. L. Meekln.
New Orleans, La., First Church.—Past0r`s
assistant, Miss Lee Crittenden.
Nashville,"1`enn.—Mlss Fannie Mann. ¤·
Portsmouth. Va.—Mrs. Annie K; Barrett.
Spartanltiurg. S. C.——Miss Jennei Smith.
St. Louis, Sloan Mission.—Miss Rosa Lowe. ,
· _St. Louis, Centenary Chureh.—Pastor`s as- ‘
sistant, Miss Mabel Kennedy. _
Tampa, Fla.—Mrs. M. N. Carr.
DTaimpa, Fla., Cuban Worl:.—Miss Elizabeth
av s.
\`Vac0, Texas, Deaconess Home.-Miss May
Loclmrd.
Miss Mattie \Vright and Miss Bessie l\'il-
holt were left without appointment at their
own request. _
A number of the delegates and visitors 1
arose and thanked the committee for their
appointments of deaeonessies, and amonq the 1
num_ber was Rev. George Sexton. who s to 1
be assisted ln the S1. Paul's church by the 1
ztppfjintnient of Bliss Taylor of Galveston.
Miss Head th .n read the report of the
oomniittee on by—laws. which was adopted.
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AFTERNOON SESSION. _ ___ A
, When the board rcconvened Mrs. Mac-   "      `
__ ._ - _   lionell read the report of the committee on
cducution_ which was considered item by
item. It is as follows:
1.\\`c recommend thr- rcappointmcnt of
Prot'. J. C. Lewis as principal of thc Sue
Bennett Memorial school at London. Ky.:
Prof. Lewis to have authority to select his
own l€*l1[’ll(*l`S and nominate them according
to thc law of the committee on etlucatlon.
2. \\'c rcconnucntl the rcappointmcnt of
Prot] E. Id. Bishop to thc Brevard institute.
Brevarcl. N. C.: the selection of the faculty
to bc lcft. to him according to the law of the
board.
3. \\`c l'F‘CUllllll€*ll¢,l the reappointtnent of thc i
present tktculty to Painc annex. Augttsta, Ga.
4. We recommend the reappoiutmcnt of the
present faculty to the Ann Brovvder Cun-
ningham hontc and school at Dallas. l
  The city board of Thomasville having l
failed to ratsc- the $6000 necessary to begin {
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the innnediatc eulargenicut of the school. we 1
reconnnend the conunittal of that entire work 1
for the year to the standing- eommtttcc on
eclut·:tti0n. with the- proviso that no larger
uutnher of chllclren shall be atltuittcd to_tho
school until better anti nzorc conunodtous
quarters are secured. _
6. We recommend the rcappotntinent nt"
Miss Emily J. Rcid as principal of the Ruth
Hargrove seminary. Key \\ est, Fla.. with
authority to select her own faculty accord-
I ing to the law. _
.. We recomuwnd that the- committee on
I cdticatlon shall Select the workers tor thc
Ybor city mission.
  The papers of Miss Ellcn il`h0mps0n._ at
{ graclttate of thc Scarrett Bible tr;tmm;;‘
. school, have been submitted to your com-
1 mittec anti we recommend that_shc bc ap-
7 . pointed to our Cuban work as Bible teacher.
The report was adopted.
vtstirons.
Jlttesflaines E. A. Kennedv, Lafayette, La.;
osept TC. Leltmgu, l<‘. A [yon, New Or-
leans; V. .. ellars, Memphis, Tcnn.; (` li
Vance. l%ntr·svill··. Aliss.; N. <.‘. Ha r R··vn·»,
La.; Rohcrt \\'. Irvi e, I\cw Ur eans; A, -,,,
  Y\`illiam iq. mm-
iiuis. Austin;   rrcr:   >.
I l§I_t;;t_t._H'i`ylct·; F. M. . en, \\'nt·o; T. E, "t‘i—lp-"
ett, aco; F'. Xl. lllegke, Marshal`l; ll] B
g '1`urrgmtigo, Beaumoiit; .T. TT l··v ·s 'l`·~xar-
kana; Fi; A. Kin , Calrlwol: XV. E. Ever- ·
heart oaldwel; iv E. Gilms, Port Rrthur;
J,_])_;,l3g`lglill. Center; CL_&_»Satiford, Timp-
son; \V. D. jyatlo. 'l`impst»u: `.l. ill. Ncurlmih, »
Center, lexas: A; C. ViqSQB. ’Iimpson,
Texas; }:_L__§igipjpg, Columbus, '1‘cxa.s;
l T. G§_1_\£Itil*Ei1, Columbus, Tcxas;_AL&S;@§LQL l
l U oltlert, Iyler, Texas; .·\lic<{jA=¤\`l111. Ui`f\¤g€*·  
Texas; C. 1,Q,___Oxlcr Orange, Texas; .LT.L.._ ;
Cttnningiliani, Beaumont, Texas; A_L_T. {sun- | _
nlngl1a1nT`\ViIls Point, Texas; Mififl _J;,__}.L   l
·"Stofrtgii§, Dallas, Tcxzts; §\1€S;i_¤}1}}*—f§...“-_..N,; .  
Tostcr, Conroe, Texas; S. L. Grttftth, &.'t·m-- i  
roe, ,l‘t·xas; J. \V. Mills, N'.tco§·?`{ocHes. Texas; { I
NlssL]3l»lz_;tt>otli H l , Jivlngstott, Texas; Mos- .
d%Y'titc§l_.I.__’I';;Q‘aT?t;et·, St. Augustine, Texas; I
l ¢,,.r___C. ;Gct·her -Port Arthur, Texas; g,,,_‘¥I
` l_`1fgopcr, rP(.ll:f}Al'[lll1T, Texas; Jackson Rob- I
crts, iv€lCO£4`ClCrCll0S. Texas; J.' li. §r1c§,
‘Wo:tt.lior£ord, ’1‘t>xas; T Q, Moors, regu n, [ I
Texas; A. J. Fmgc]_l,___._cgitln, ex. : L`. ly,
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APPOINTMENT OF DEAm;0Nl·ZSSES.
~ The apgcgipt111t·11ts ofrge deucoiuesscs were
/\-igiifldgjlz/1*L read by Miss Bcuuett TO the board in the
l /, , 1 z1fter110r111, and iinmecliately after Mrs. Mac-
'/V? /1 f , L` Dunell issued the certificates of authority ,
L ,l%L/yZ¢z{;¢.¢»rJ ,
/ , for them t0 serve churches. The new dea— {
ccmesses, pauticularly. awaited with anxious  
anticipation to hear the results, It was the {
, greatest day 0f the year for them. for it ‘
marked the completion of two years' prep- E
amtinn for the work and with the reading l~
of their appointments and tha issuance of *1 -
the certificates, they became real deacon- `§
A esscs.  
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PROCEEDINGS IN DETAIL. 1,
Miss Bennett conducted the devotional ex- JI
eercises, whioh were very brief owing to the 1*
lateness of the hour. .  
Following Miss Mabel Head called amen- if
tion to the fact that delegates should be  
appointed fur the young pe0plc's conferences, ,
whicln are to be held in Asheville, N, C.,
and Siloam Springs, Ark. -
The chair appointed the following: Miss
W'. B. Sullins, Kuopxville, Tenn.; Mrs. Nichol-
son, Mrs. Lmxmr, Mrs. Frank Siler and Mrs.
Johns as delegates to the conference at ‘
Asheville, amd Miss McKinnon, Miss May
McKenzie und Miss Fox as delegates to the 1
coxifercn