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Needlework Guild of America Minutes (Portsmouth, Virginia) page 119

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The Needlework Guild of America Minute Sheet 1960 - Balance Jan. 1 - $152.74 Disbursements Feb. 24 - Needlework Guild of America $60.00 Feb. 24 - Mrs. J. C. Wright (material) 25.00 $85.00 Balance on hand March 31-1960 - $67.74 (Corrine J. Sweeney) Treasurer The president reported all agencies had sent in notes of appreciation for articles received. A bill of $25.00 for 60 pieces of material which was bought by the President, was presented and noted upon by the Guild, to be paid. Mrs. Rawls informed the Guild that May 3 1960 could be secured as our date for the ingathering. This was moved and approved. The President announced a new section had joined the Guild which is the light group of the Portsmouth Woman's Club. Mrs. Donald E. Hawkins, in charge. Each member was asked to give a report of her activities. Mrs. Sweeney stated she had taken over the group formerly headed by Miss Jane Neeley who is unable to function. The President announced she was appearing on W.A.V.Y.-T.V. Thursday