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Morning session, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Convention called to order by district chairman, Mrs. Jessie E. Townsend Prayer-------By Rev. McLaughlin, Norfolk Address of Welcome----Mrs. Westmore Willcox Response Roll call of delegates Minutes of previous convention Mrs. Etta G. Rogers, district secretary Reconstruction responsibilities of women----Mrs. Eudora Ramsey Richardson, Richmond state director, women's division, war loan organization. How suffrage will help the church-What the church will do for suffrage---Rev. G. Herbert Ekins Secretary Church Federation of Norfolk. News of the work elsewhere in the state Appointment of committees Afternoon session, 2 to 4:30 p.m. How suffrage will help women's organizations----Ten minute speeches by Mrs. C. S. Stanworth, President Housewives' League. Mrs. Lillian Shepherd, W.C.T.U. Miss Hobbs, Y.W.C.A. Mrs. R. C. Moore, Port Norfolk Club. Miss Bridges, W.C.C.S. Miss Grace Muse, Court Work for girls.
Work of the council of defense----Mrs. Franz Naylor Need of Women's aid in civic affairs---Senator Corbitt, Portsmouth. Mr. J.F. Woodhouse, Princess Anne County.. Mr. A.E. Ewell, Princess Anne County. How Missouri showed them---Miss Elsie Stegman, St. Joseph, Mo. High lights of the victory convention at St. Louis---Mrs. John H. Lewis, Lynchburg, Va.