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March 1945 The Holy Neck Missionary - Aid Society met Tuesday March 6th at the Church Hall for an all day luncheon meeting, with the president Mrs B d Jones presiding, the theme hymn was used as the opening song. The worship service, and devotionals, were conducted by Mrs John Norfleet, and Mrs John Felton, The program was presented by Mrs Emmett Piland. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the s
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March 1945 The Holy Neck Missionary - Aid Society met Tuesday March 6th at the Church Hall for an all day luncheon meeting, with the president Mrs B d Jones presiding, the theme hymn was used as the opening song. The worship service, and devotionals, were conducted by Mrs John Norfleet, and Mrs John Felton, The program was presented by Mrs Emmett Piland. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary. Mrs John Norfleet reported IH members were present at World Day of Prayer service at the Holland Church and the offering amounted to $17.00. A motion was made by Mrs E J Holland and 2nd. by Mrs Langston that the Missionary Aid contribute $10.00 to the Red Cross War Fund, the 2 treasurers, were auther-inged to [gul?] the $10.00 to Mr James Jones.

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March 1945 The Holy Neck Missionary - Aid Society met Tuesday March 6th at the Church Hall for an all day luncheon meeting, with the president Mrs B d Jones presiding, the theme hymn was used as the opening song. The worship service, and devotionals, were conducted by Mrs John Norfleet, and Mrs John Felton, The program was presented by Mrs Emmett Piland. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary. Mrs John Norfleet reported IH members were present at World Day of Prayer service at the Holland Church and the offering amounted to $17.00. A motion was made by Mrs E J Holland and 2nd. by Mrs Langston that the Missionary Aid contribute $10.00 to the Red Cross War Fund, the 2 treasurers, were auther-inged to [gul?] the $10.00 to Mr James Jones.