01884cam a2200385Ia 4500001001200000003000600012005001700018008004100035035002000076040005100096035002000147050002500167090002400192049000900216110007900225245003900304246002100343260006400364300004000428336002600468337002800494338002700522504006200549545038200611590002000993590001101013610007901024610008501103610005901188650002901247650003001276710006001306994001201366999012001378ocm21413836OCoLC20150319041018.0900421s1960 alua bf 001 0 eng d a(Sirsi) a185069 aABFbengcABFdOCLdOCLCQdOCLCFdOCLCQdOCLCO a(OCoLC)21413836 4aBV2520.A8bG57 1960x aBX6462.W6bG54 1961 aNVSS2 aSouthern Baptist Convention.bWoman's Missionary Union.bGirls' Auxiliary.10aGirls' Auxiliary leadership guide.10aLeadership guide aBirmingham, Ala. :bWoman's Missionary Union, SBC,c[1961]. a168 pages :billustrations ;c22 cm atextbtxt2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier aIncludes bibliographical references (page 163) and index. aThe Girls' Auxiliary was founded by the Woman's Missionary Union of the Southern Baptist Convention in 1914. It is the umbrella organization that encompassed the Intermediate and Junior Girls' auxiliaries, divided by age in 1924. The Girls' Auxiliary was reorganized and renamed to Acteens and Girls in Action in 1970. -- cf. Alma Hunt, History of the Woman's Missionary Union. acat 3/18/15 DJW zStacks20aSouthern Baptist Convention.bWoman's Missionary Union.bGirls' Auxiliary.20aSouthern Baptist Convention.bWoman's Missionary UnionvHandbooks, manuals, etc.20aSouthern Baptist ConventionxMissionsxSocieties, etc. 0aBaptist womenxMissions. 0aWomen in missionary work.2 aSouthern Baptist Convention.bWoman's Missionary Union. aC0bNVS aBX6462.W6 G54 1961wLCc1iB001256752d11/3/2017e10/2/2017f11/14/2017g5lSTACKS2mMAINn2rYsYtBOOKu4/24/1995