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Needlework Guild of America Minutes (Portsmouth, Virginia) page 122

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The Needlework Guild of America Minute Sheet bought these for Needlework Guild. Mrs. Wright stated the same for the Cradock Fabric & Yarn Ship. The Sec. was instructed to order pamphlets to pass on to each Section. A motion was made by Mrs. Sweeney, Seconded by Mrs. Brennan that Section 10 be named the Jane Boyd Neely Section in honor of Miss Neely who had so recently passed away. This motion was carried. Mrs. Sweeney stated she would take over the Section and continue the work. The Sec. was instructed to write a letter to Mrs. Charles Grandy to show our appreciation for the forty years of service Miss Neely gave to the organization. The Sec. was further instructed to send a care to Miss Lizzie Townsend who is in the Holmes Nursing Home on Virginia Beach Blvd. Mrs. Sweeney read short note from Mrs. W. C. Smith who stated it was hard to get donations as there seemed to be an overlapping of solicitations. The President suggested we have a small reserve section put aside for any emergency call during the year. Mrs. Wright stated she had a few Girl Scout articles which she would