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(Continued from Page 1) M. Thompson first; Mrs. Susie H. •_ Robinson, second; Mrs. Lillie Bas kerville, third. I ;* Grand Presiding Shepherd, Mrs. :;V Ora Brown Stokes is in personal charge of this drive and she is ably '.'assisted by Grand Secretary Treas urer Amos C. Clark. The next meet ing will be held at the Headquarters •'Wednesday night, April 18:h. Re • freshmeuts were served by Daugn oers Susie J. "Williams, Lillie Bas • kerville and and Mary Crump. The inclement weather did not • dampen the ardor of the Shepherds who attended the Easter entertain ment at Daughter Ella M. Thomp " son’s home at Westhampton Easter Monday. We congratulate Daughter Thompson for staging this entertain ment. I Deputy Lillie E. Baskerville cov ered herself with glory on last Tues day night when, in company with Grand Shepherd Ora Brown Stokes, Susie H. Robinson and Susie J. Wil liams, set apart a large Fold of Shep herds at Midlothian. From all indi cations she is going to set the pace for a number of our workers this year. She is a member of the of fice force. Deputy Fannie B. Taulton was as good as her word in that she did not leave Toronto, Ohio, until she had set apart a nice Fold. She is using the crook in a very effective manner these days. Deputy F. J. Dias, who is now in Mew Jersey, was successful in rein stating the Juvenile in Baltimore, Md. We feel proud of the new Fold which was set apart on the 5th at Emporia by Secretary A. C. Clark. Daughter Dora Powell deserves much credit for the organization of this Fold. Grand Shepherd Ora Brown Sioke.; and Grand Legal Advisor C. A. Mc Kenzie are still smiling over their success in setting apart a big Fold in Newport News or. the 5th. This 'is the second Fold in Newport News and has in it some of the mosL in fluential citizen, of the city. We doff our hats to Dr. Thomas. Mrs. Hall and others for this splendid ad dition to our Order. The Folds throughout the city are • getting ready for our annual excur sion which will go to Bay Shore on the 17th ot July. Let every Fo!-j in Richmond and vicinity find it-oir in this movement this year. The Committee on Arrangements for our Eighteenth Annual Sermon met at headquarters last Thuri ay night and began the perfection of plans for this great occasion. Every department of the Order is looking forward to this day with great an ticipation for the biggest celebration of its kind ever witnessed in Rich mond. The Shepherds of the West End •are planning for a big Shepherds day and night at Fifth Bap ist •Church on the fifth Sunday in this month. The day will be featured with a parade and a big mass meet ing and band concert in the after ,%noon and a great candle-light ser vi-e at night. • The Shepherds of Philadelphia are ’.planning a big day on the fourth Sunday in May. The Grand Shep herd and Grand Secretary and other members of the Richmond Folds are ••expected to be present with these Folds in their annual sermon. Let every member of the Order remember the free-will offering to the Welfare Department. It is .'till coming in nicely and we trust that every member of the Order will have a hand in this great undertaking. Philadelphia Zun Traveler- is hold ing fast to firit i lace, and Mrs. Mary •E. Freeman vows that this Fold is “just like a tr» e planted by the water that cannot be moved.” What Fold will accept this chal lenge and move this Fold down? Deputy Eliza Berkley slipped out in the front rank of our workers last night in the membership cam paign when she reported the organi zation of a Juvenile in Richmond with thirty members. I told you to keep your eyes on her. Arrangements are being perfected for the Big Ten Nights SHEPHERD BAsAAR. which begins Monday Bight, April 23rd, at the Shepherd’s New Headquarters. Sixth and Leigh Streets. Beautiful booths, games 4nd attractions will be there for you and your friends. Band music every ' night. The following loyal Shepherds and Daughters made their contributions to the Welfare Department recently: Bertha Ballard.....9 .25 i Rosa Randall.25 Joseph Smith . 25 James Enoch.25 Lula Womble .25 ' Lucille Womble .25 R. P. Moss. .25 Janie P. Moss.25 N. M. Morgan.25 S. J. Ellis. 25 L. J. Morgan.25 Ida J. Smith.25 JL>ora Ellis. 25 Betsey Spratley.25 Harrison Austin.25 Jennie Lewis.25 Hattie Jones.25 Amy Brown.25 Eva Peaks.25 G«ocrge Jones.25 W. M. Early.25 Annie Early .25 Hilliard Moseley.25 Christine Fowlkes.25 Hattie B. Walker.25 Louisa Smithers .25 Mamie Wood . .25 Edith Bolling .25 George Jones, jr. 25 Peggie Moseley.25 Martha Austin .• .25 Rosa Seay.25 Josie B. Morgan.25 Fannie Morgan . 25 Moses Nicholas.25 ( John Seay. 25 Lucille Morgan .25 Daisy Brown .;.25 Nora Johnson.25 John Bolding .*.25 Pansy Juvenile. 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