Preston May 28th, 1919.
The monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary Society was held this evening at the home of Mrs. Merkel with an attendance of nine.
Rev. Voelker opened the meeting with prayer and Miss Martin read portion of scripture.
The minutes were then read and adopted.
Correspondence was read from Unionville asking the society to pay towards slavs.
Synodical dues of $3.00 and 90C extra are to be paid.
Moved by Mrs. Kleindinst sec. by Miss Volkman that we pay $5.00 towards slavs.
Mrs. Stahlschmidt, Mrs. Kleindinst, Miss Volkman, Mrs. Mickler, Mrs. Pelz and Mrs. Sippel were appointed delegates to Mission Convention in Waterloo on June 24th.
The roll was then called.
Topic for the day: In Lumber Camp and Mines. The following
papers were read
"The Breakers Boy" by
"Musings of a Hungarian Baby" by Miss Schultz and "The story of a red dragon" by Miss Martin.
A vote of thanks was tendered Mrs. Merkel for the use of her home.
Meeting closed with Lord's Prayer.
Miss Schultz invited the society to her home for the next meeting.
Dues amounted to $4.30