Universalist Women’s Mission Circle – Meeting Minutes, May 10, 1897 (Committee Reports)

May 10, 1897

The Mission Circle met at the resident of Mrs. Hallam May 10. The following members present: Mesdames Cottingham, President, Beck, Ferris, McGlauflin, Gill, Hallam and Ickes.

Minutes of the preceding meeting read and approved.

Report of the Treasurer read and accepted.

The Benevolent Committee reported Miss Shirley out of the hospital and gaining health rapidly.

The Flower Committee deserves special notice for our beautiful Easter decorations, among which was a beautiful Easter lily sent as a token of love and remembrance by the Currier family.

The Committee on arranging for Experience Social reported cards written and distributed but no reports from them as yet on account of resignation of Mrs. Jones from before mentioned special committee. Mrs. Gill was appointed to same.

In the absence of Mrs. McCutcheon who had in charge the literary program, informal talks were given on the subject, “What can we do for our church.”

Mrs. McGlauflin and Mrs. Beck were appointed to arrange program and topic for the next meeting.

Adjourned to meet second Monday in June with Mrs. Beck, 210 Woodward Avenue.

Physical Archive: UUCA Box: 60   Folder: 02
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA

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