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Needlework Guild of America Minutes (Portsmouth, Virginia) page 3

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The Needlework Guild of America Minute Sheet Portsmouth, Va. Mch 16, 1914 For the purpose of organizing a Portsmouth, Va Branch of the Needlework Guild of America a meeting was held three o'clock, Monday, March 16, 1914 at the residence of Mrs. S. T. Hanger. The following ladies were resent: Misses Reid, Watts, Williams, Neeley, Leslie, - Mesdames Hunter, Fleming, Walker, Glover, Staples, Owen, Hilton & Borum. Mrs. Wm A. Thom, Founder and President of the Norfolk Branch, presided and explained the work and aim of the Guild. On motion the officers for the ensuing year were nominated and elected as follows: President, - Mrs. S. T. Hanger Secretary Mrs. J. W. Borum Treasurer Miss Pauline Williams Misses Elizabeth Neeley, and Leslie, Mesdames Fleming and Hanger agreed to become Section Presidents. On motion the spring distribution of articles collected was decided upon.