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YEAR BOOK
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SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
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and Local Conferences, Mission Fields,
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PREFACE
The following pages present a directory of the conferences, missions,
and institutions connected with the Seventh-day Adventist denomination.
The territory is divided into the following Division Conferences, each
of which has the evangelistic organizations, churches, and membership
indicated below:
Confer- Total Mem-
Division Unions ences Missions Ores. Churches bership
North American 9 47 6 62 2,361 152,151
Australasian 1 8 15 24 325 15,600
Central European 7 24 27 58 1,327 49,709
China 7 37 44 235 13,744
Far Eastern 4 .. 25 29 439 22,013
Inter-American 5 5 23 33 509 24,502
Northern European 12 21 38 71 619 30,674
South American 4 5 17 26 209 24,862
Southern African 5 2 75 82 155 22,766
Southern Asian 5 34 39 105 4,400
Southern European 7 15 15 37 767 24,293
U. S. S. R. 4 17 6 27 677 13,709
Totals, 1935 70 144 318 532 7,728 398,423
Totals, 1934 70 146 309 525 7,468 375,370
Gains 2 9 7 260 23,053

Evangelistic Laborers
Total
Ordained Licensed Missionary Col- Evangelistic
Division Ministers Ministers Licentiates porteurs Laborers
Australasian 98 116 371 122 7S5
Central European 265 105 254 638 1,401
China 114 129 438 158 1,422
Far Eastern 89 109 222 307 795
Inter-American 94 50 212 133 496
North American 1,000 292 439 713 2,566
Northern European 135 66 149 304 708
South American 60 52 86 279 509
Southern African 109 65 591 57 839
., Southern Asian 80 69 91 55 564
Southern European 133 62 150 341 686
U. S. S. R. 70 30 50 175

Totals 2,247 1,145 3,053 3,107 10,946


To find matter readily, use the Index.
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Institutional Laborers
Primary Advanced Total In-
School School Publishing Sanitarium ' stitutional
Division Teachers Teachers Employees Employees Laborers
Australasian 191 72 48 127 638
Central European 116 70 147 121 529
China 165 171 93 382 886
Far Eastern 137 92 63 123 430
Inter-American 58 55 4 117
North American. 976 1,424 438 2,761 5,599
Northern European 316 106 115 628 1,320
South American 147 72 47 44 310
Southern African 527 87 22 84 820
Southern Asian 168 144 40 125 492
Southern European 6 32 47 67 167
U. S. S. R.
Totals 2,807 2,325 1,060 4,466 11,308
Total evangelistic laborers 10,946
Total institutional workers 11,308.
Grand Total 22,254

CONTENTS
Fundamental Beliefs 5
General Conference and Departments 9-23
Divisions:
North American 24-66
Australasian 67-75
Central European 76-97
China 98-117
Far Eastern 118-130
Inter-American 131-143
Northern European 144-166
South American 167-1.78
Southern African 179-195
Southern Asia 196-205
Southern European 206-218
U. S. S. R. 218
Institutions:
Educational 219-255
Publishing Houses 256-269
Periodicals Issued 270-289
Sanitariums 290-304
Treatment Rooms 305-309
Statistical Tables 310
Ministerial Directory 322
Obituary Record 397
FUNDAMENTAL BELIEFS OF SEVENTH-
DAY 'ADVENTISTS
Seventh-day Adventists hold certain fundamental beliefs; the principal
features, of (which, together with a portion of the scriptural references
upon which they are based, maybe summarized as follows:,

That the HOly Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments were
given rby inspiration `cif God, contain an all-sufficient revelation of His
will 'to men, and are the only unerring rule of faith and practice.
2 Tini.3:15-17. :
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2. That 'the Godhead, or Trinity, consists of the Eternal Father, a
personal, spiritual Being, omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient, infinite
in wisdom and love; the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of the Eternal
Father, through whom all things were created and through whom .the
salvation of the redeemed hosts will be accomplished; the Holy Spirit,
the third person of the Godhead, the great regenerating power in the
work of redemption. Matt. 28:19.
3. That Jesus Christ is very God, being of the same nature and essence
as the Eternal Father. While retaining His divine nature He took upon
Himself the nature of the human family, lived on the earth asa man,
exemplified in His life as our, Example the principles of righteousness,
attested. His relationship. to God by many mighty miracles, died, for our
sins On the cross, Was raised from the dead, and ascended to the Father,
*here He. ever lives to make intercession for us. John 1:1, 14; Heb.
2:9-18;' 8:1; 2; 4:14-16; 7:25.
4. That every person in order to obtain salvation must experience the
new birth; that ,this comprises, an entire' transformation of life and
character by, the recreative power of God through faith in the Lord
Jesus Christ. John 3:16; Matt. 18:3; Acts 2:37-39.
5. That baptism is an ordinance Of the Christian church and should
follow repentance 'and forgiveness of sins. By its observance faith is
shown in the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. That the proper
form of baptism is by immersion. Rom. 6:1-6; Acts' 16:30-33. '
6. That the will of God as it relates to moral conduct is comprehended
in His, laW of ten commandments; that these are great moral, im-
thaiveable, precepts, binding upon all men, in every, age. Ex. 20:1-17.
7. That the fourth commandment of this unchangeable law requires
the observance of the seventh day Sabbath. This holy institution is
at the same time a memorial of creation and a sign of sanctification,
a sign of the believer's rest from his own Works of sin, and his entrance
into the rest of soul which Jeus promises to those who come to Him.
Gen. 2:1-3; Ex. 20:8-11; 31:12-17; Heb. 4:1-10.'
' .8. That the law of ten commandments points out sin, the penalty of
Which is death. The law can not save the transgressor from his sin,
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nor impart power to keep him from sinning. In infinite love and mercy,
God provides a way whereby this may be done. He furnishes a substi-
tute, even Christ the Righteous One, to die in man's stead, making
"Him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the
righteousness of God in Him." 2 Cor. 5:21. That one is justified, not
by obedience to the law, but by the grace that is in Christ Jesus. By
accepting Christ, man is reconciled to God, justified by His blood for
the sins of the past, and saved from the power of sin by his indwelling
life. Thus the gospel becomes "the power of God unto salvation to
every one that believeth." This experience is wrought by the divine
agency of the Holy Spirit, who convinces of sin and leads to the Sin-
Bearer, inducting the believer into the new covenant relationship, where
the law of God is written on his heart, and through the enabling power
of the indwelling Christ, his life is brought into conformity to the
divine precepts. The honor and merit of this wonderful transformation
belong wholly to Christ. 1 John 3:4; Rom. 7:7; Rom. 3:20; Eph. 2:8-10;
1 John 2:1, 2; Rom. 5:8-10; Gal. 2:20; Eph. 3:17; Heb. 8:8-12.
9. That Cod "only bath immortality." 1 Tim. 6:15. Mortal man pos-
sesses a nature inherently sinful and dying. Eternal life is the gift of
God through faith in Christ. Rom. 6:23. "He that bath the Son hath
life." 1 John 5:12. Immortality is bestowed upon the righteous at the
second coming of Christ, when the righteous dead are raised from the
grave and the living righteous translated to meet the Lord. Then it is
that those accounted faithful "put on immortality." 1 Cor. 15:51-55.
10. That the condition of man in death is one of unconsciousness.
That all men, good and evil alike, remain in the grave from death to
the resurrection. Eccl. 9:5, 6; Ps. 146:3, 4; John 5:28, 29.
11. That there shall be a resurrection both of the just and of the
unjust. The resurrection of the just will take place at the second
coming of Christ; the resurrection of the unjust will take place a
thousand years later, at the close of the millennium. John 5:28, 29;
1 Thess. 4:13-18; Rev. 20:5-10.
12. That the finally impenitent, including Satan, the author of sin,
will, by the fires of the last day, be reduced to a state of non-existence,
becoming as though they had not been, thus purging God's universe of
sin and sinners. Rom. 6:23; Mal. 4:1-3; Rev. 20:9, 10; Obadiah 16.
13. That no prophetic period is given in the Bible to reach to the
second advent, but that the longest one, the 2300 days of Dan. 8:14,
terminated in 1844, and brought us to an event called the cleansing of
the sanctuary.
14. That the true sanctuary, of which the tabernacle on earth was a
type, is the temple of God in Heaven, of which Paul speaks in Hebrews
8 and onward, and of which the Lord Jesus, as our great high priest,
is minister; and that the priestly work of our Lord is the antitype of the
work of the Jewish priests of the former dispensation; that this heavenly
sanctuary is the one to be cleansed at the end of the 2300 days of Dan.
8:14; its cleansing being, as in the type, a work of judgment, beginning
with the entrance of Christ as the high Priest upon the judgment phase
of His ministry in the heavenly sanctuary foreshadowed in the earthly
service of cleansing the sanctuary on the day of atonement. This work
of judgment in the heavenly sanctuary began in 1844. Its completion
will close human probation.
FUNDAMENTAL BELIEFS

15. That God, in the time of the judgment and in accordance with His
uniform dealing with the human family in warning them of coming
events vitally affecting their destiny (Amos 3:6, 7), sends forth a
proclamation of the approach of the second advent of Christ; that this
work is symbolized by the three angels of Revelation 14; and that their
threefold message brings to view a work of reform to prepare a people
to meet Him at His coming.
16. That the time of the cleansing of the sanctuary, synchronizing
with the period of the proclamation of the message of Revelation 14,
is a time of investigative judgment, first with reference to the dead,
and secondly, with reference to the living. This investigative judgment
determines who of the myriads sleeping in the dust of the earth are
worthy of a part in the first resurrection, and who of its living multi-
tudes are worthy of translation. 1 Peter 4:17, 18; Dan. 7:9, 10; Rev.
14:6, 7; Luke 20:35.
17. That the followers of Christ should be a godly people, not adopt-
ing the unholy maxims nor conforming to the unrighteous ways of the
world, not loving its sinful pleasures nor countenancing its follies.
That the believer should recognize his body as the temple of the Holy
Spirit, and that therefore he should clothe that body in neat, modest,
dignified apparel. Further, that in eating and drinking and in his
entire course of conduct he should shape his life as becometh a follower
of the meek and lowly Master. Thus the believer will be led to ab-
stain from all intoxicating drinks, tobacco, and other narcotics, and the
avoidance of every body- and soul-defiling habit and practice. 1 Cor.
3:16, 17; 9:25; 10:31; 1 Tim. 2:9, 10; 1 John 2:6.
18. That the divine principle of tithes and offerings for the support
of the gospel is an acknowledgment of God's ownership in our lives,
and that we are stewards who must render account to Him of all that
He has committed to our possession. Lev. 27:30; Mal. 3:8-12; Matt.
23:23; 1 Cor. 9:9-14; 2 Cor. 9:6-15.
19. That God has placed in His church the gifts of the Holy Spirit,
as enumerated in 1 Corinthians 12 and Ephesians 4. That these gifts
operate in harmony with the divine principles of the Bible, and are
given for the perfecting of the saints, the work of the ministry, the
edifying of the body of Christ. Rev. 12:17; 19:10; 1 Cor. 1:5-7.
20. That the second coming of Christ is the great hope of the church,
the grand climax of the gospel and plan of salvation. His coming will
be literal, personal, and visible. Many important events will be asso-
ciated with His return, such as the resurrection of the dead, the de-
struction of the wicked, the purification of the earth, the reward of the
righteous, the establishment of His everlasting kingdom. The almost
complete fulfillment of various lines of prophecy, particularly those
found in the books of Daniel and the Revelation, with existing condi-
tions in the physical, social, industrial, political, and religious worlds,
indicates that Christ's coming "is near, even at the doors.' The exact
time of that event has not been foretold. Believers are exhorted to be
ready, for "in such an hour as ye think not, the Son of man" will be
revealed. Luke 21:25.27; 17:26-30; John 14:1-3; Acts 1:9-11; Rev.
1:7; Heb. 9:28; James 5:1-8; Joel 3:9-16; 2 Tim. 3:1-5; Dan. 7:27;
Matt. 24:36, 44.
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21. That the millennial reign of Christ covers the ,Period between
the first and-.the second resurrections, during which time the saints
of all ages will live with their blessed Redeemer in Heaven.' At the
end of the millennium, the Holy City with all the saints will descend
to the earth. The:wicked, raised in the second resurrection, mill go up
on the breadth,of the earth with Satan at their head to` compass the
camp of the saints, when fire will come down from God out of Heaven
and devour them. In the conflagration which destroys Satan and ,his
host, the earth, itself will be regenerated and cleansed from the effects
of the curse. Thus the, universe of God will be purified froin the' foul
blot of sin. Rev. 20. Zech. 14:1-4. 2 Peter ,3:7-10.
' 22. That God 'will make all things new. 'The earth, restored to its
pristine beauty, will become forever the abode of the saints Of the
Lord. The promise to Abraham, that through Christ he and his seed
should possess the earth throughout the endless ages of 'eternity, will
be fulfilled. The,kingdom and dominion and the greatness of the king-
dom under the, whole heaven will be given to the people of the saints
of the Most High, whose kingdom is an ieverlastipg kingdom, and all
dominions shall serve and obey Him. Chriet, the Lord, will reign su-
preme and every creature which is in heaven and on the earth and under
the earth, and such as are in the sea will ascribe blessing and honor
and glory and power unto Him that sitteth upon the throne and unto
the Lamb forever and ever. Gen. 13:14-17; Horn. 4:13; Heb. 11:8-16;
Matt. 5:5; Isa. 35; Rev. 21:1-7; Dan. 7:27; Rev. 5:13.
Directory of the Seventh-day
Adventist Denomination
GENERAL CONFERENCE
Organized May 21, 1863

Territory: The following-named Di- General Field Secretaries


vision Conferences: North Amer- W. A. Spicer, W. W. Prescott,
ican, Australasian, Central Euro- A. G. Daniells, F. C. Gilbert, G.
pean, China, Far Eastern, Inter- W. Wells, J. W. Westphal, C. K.
American, Northern European, Meyers, R. Ruhling.
Southern African, South Amer-
ican, Southern Asia, Southern Auditor
European, Union of Socialist Claude Conard; Assistants: H.
Soviet Republics.. W. Barrows, W. E. Phillips.
Cable Address: Adventist, Wash-
ington. (A B C Code, fifth Statistical Secretary
edition.) H. E. Rogers.
Telegraphic Address: General Con- Office Secretary
ference, Washington, D. C. T. E. Bowen.
(NOT Takoma Park.)
Express and Freight Address: Secretaries of Departments
General Conference, Takoma Bureau of Home Missions: W. H.
Park, D. C. (Not Washington.) Branson; Associates: German,
Consign freight via B. & 0. Ry. W. R. Ochs; Swedish and Mis-
Postal Address: Takoma Park, cellaneous Languages, Eastern
Washington, District of Co- Division, H. 0. Olson; - Danish-
lumbia, U. S. A. Norwegian and Miscellaneous
Languages, Western Division, L.
Executive Officers Halswick; Jewish Dept., F. C.
Gilbert; Spanish Dept., F. L.
President: C. H. Watson. Perry.
Vice-Presidents: I. H. Evans, 0. Educational: W. E. Nelson; Asso-
Montgomery, J. L. McElhany, W. ciate, C. A. Russell.
H. Branson, J. F. Wright, W. G. Home Missionary: J. A. Stevens;
Turner, G. W. Schubert, H. W. Associate, L. E. Christman.
Miller, M. D., Frederick Griggs, Medical: A. W. Truman, M. D.;
E. E. Andross, L. H. Christian, Associates, L. A. Hansen, Kath-
N. P. Neilsen, A. V. Olson, H. J. ryn L. Jensen.
Lobsack, N. C. Wilson. Ministerial Association: Chairman,
Secretary: M. E. Kern. C. H. Watson; Sec., I. H. Evans;
Associate Secretaries: A. W. Cor- Associates, L. E. Froom, Meade
mack, H. T. Elliott. MacGuire.
Treasurer: J. L. Shaw. North American Negro: F. L.
Undertreasurer Peterson.
W. H. Williams. Publishing: C. E. Weaks; Asso-
Assistant Treasurers ciates, E. E. Franklin, N. Z.
H. H. Cobban, J. J. Ireland. Town, J. J. Strahle.
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Religious Liberty: C. S. Longacre; Young People's Missionary Volun-


Associates, H. H. Votaw, M. C. teer: Alfred W. Peterson; Asso-
Taft. ciates, C. L. Bond, D. A. Ochs.
Sabbath School: Mrs. L. Flora
Plummer; Associates, S. A. Home Commission: A. W. Spald-
Wellman, J. C. Thompson. ing.

MEMBERS OF GENERAL CONFERENCE


COMMITTEE
Members at Headquarters Associates, L. A. Hansen, Kath-
ryn L. Jensen.
President: C. H. Watson. Ministerial Association: Chairman,
General Vice-Presidents: I. H. C. H. Watson; Secretary, I. H.
Evans, 0. Montgomery, J. L. Mc- Evans; Associates, L. E. Froom,
Elhan y. Meade MacGuire.
Secretary: M. E. Kern. North American Negro: F. L.
Associate Secretaries: A. W. Cor- Peterson.
mack, H. T. Elliott. Publishing: C. E. Weaks; Asso-
Treasurer: J. L. Shaw. ciates, E. E. Franklin, N. Z.
Town, J. J. Strahle.
Undertreasurer: W. H. Williams.
Religious Liberty: C. S. Longacre;
Assistant Treasurers:. H. H. Cob- Associates, H. H. Votaw, M. C.
ban, J. J. Ireland. Taft.
General Field Secretaries: W. A. Sabbath School: Mrs. L. Flora
Spicer, W. W. Prescott, F. C. Plummer; Associates, S. A. Well-
Gilbert, G. W. Wells, J. W. man, J. C. Thompson.
Westphal, C. K. Meyers. Young People's Missionary Volun-
Statistical Secretary: H. E. Rogers. teer: Alfred W. Peterson; Asso-
ciates, C. L. Bond, D. A. Ochs.
Secretaries of General Home Commission: A. W. Spald-
Departments ing.
Bureau of Home Missions: W. H.
Branson; Associates: German, OTHER MEMBERS BY
W. B. Ochs; Swedish and Mis- DIVISIONS
cellaneous Languages, Eastern
Division, H. 0. Olson; Danish- North America
Norwegian and for Miscellaneous Vice-President: MT. H. Branson.
Languages, Western Division; L. Union Conference Presidents:
Halswick; Jewish Dept., F. C. Atlantic: J. K. Jones.
Gilbert; Spanish Dept., F. L. Canadian: M. N. Campbell.
Perry. Central: J. F. Piper.
Educational: W. E. Nelson; Asso- Columbia: H. J. Detwiler.
ciate, C. A. Russell. Lake: W. H. Holden.
North Pacific: E. K. Slade.
Home Missionary: J. A. Stevens; Pacific: Glenn Calkins.
Associate, L. E. Christman. Southern: S. A. Ruskjer.
Medical: A. W. Truman, M. D.; Southwestern: R. L. Benton.
GENERAL CONFERENCE 1)

Australasian Missionary Volunteer: W. P.


Vice-President: W. G. Turner. Bradley.
Home Missionary and Publishing:
Central European J. H. McEachern.
Vice-President: G. W. Schubert. Medical: Dr. H. A. Hall.
Secretary: W. Mueller. Ministerial: Frederick Griggs.
Treasurer: 0. Schildhauer. Sabbath School: Mrs. Frederick
Field Secretary: E. Gugel. Griggs.
Departmental Secretaries: Union Mission Superintendents:
Educational: Chosen: H. A. Oberg.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, Japan: V. T. Armstrong.
and Young People's Missionary Malayan: J. G. Gjording.
Volunteer: M. Busch. Philippine: R. R. Figuhr.
Medical: Dr. L. E. Conradi.
Ministerial Association: E. Gugel. Inter-American
Publishing: H. Box. Vice-President: E. E. Andross.
Religious Liberty and Press Bu- Sec. and Treas.: F. L. Harrison.
reau: A. Vollmer. Field Secretary: L. V. Finster.
Welfare: Hulda Jost. Departmental Secretaries:
Union Conference Presidents: Educational and Sabbath School:
Arabic: W. K. Ising. W. L. Adams.
Czechoslovakian: M. H. Wentland. Home Missionary and Ministerial:
East German: A. Minch. L. V. Finster.
Hungarian: A. Zeiner. Publishing: W. A. Bergherm.
Netherlands East Indies: B. Ohme. Young People's Missionary Volun-
South German: G. Seng. teer: Mrs. E. E. Andross.
West German: Hans Fenner. Union Mission Superintendents:
Antillian: A. R. Ogden.
China Caribbean: W. R. Elliott.
Vice-President: Dr. H. W. Miller. Central American: W. E. Baxter.
Secretary: C. C. Crisler. Colombia-Venezuela: H. E. Baasch.
Treasurer: C. C. Morris. Mexican: C. E. Wood.
Departmental Secretaries: Northern European
Educational and Missionary Vol-
unteer: D. E. Rebok. Vice-President: L. H. Christian.
Home Miss.: E. L. Longway. Secretary: E. D. Dick.
Medical: H. W. Miller, M. D. Treasurer: E. R. Colson.
Ministerial: Frederick Lee. Field Secretary: W. T. Bartlett.
Publishing: John Oss. Departmental Secretaries:
Sabbath School: Bessie Mount. Educational: E. D. Dick.
Union Presidents: Home Miss.: H. M. Lowe.
Central China: M. C. Warren. Y. P. M. V.: C. V. Anderson.
East China: K. H. Wood. Medical: A. Andersen, M. D.
Manchuria: N. F. Brewer. Publishing: .
North China: G. J. Appel. Religious Liberty: W. E. Read.
Northwest China: J. H. Effenberg. Sabbath School and Ministerial:
South China: 0. A. Hall. W. T. Bartlett.
West China: G. L. Wilkinson. Union Conference Presidents:
Baltic: H. L. Rudy.
Far Eastern British: W. E. Read.
Vice-President: Frederick Griggs. East African: S. G. Maxwell.
Sec. and Treas.: Eugene Woesner. East Nordic: G. A. Lindsay.
Departmental Secretaries: Ethiopian: M. J. Sorenson.
Educational and Young People's Gold Coast: J. Clifford.
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Nigerian: W. McClements. Field Miss. and Home Miss.: L. C.


Polish: T. T. Babienco. Shepard.
Sierra Leone: J. Gronert. Young People's Missionary Volun-
Upper Nile: V. E. Toppenberg. teer: T. J. Michael.
West Nordic: L. Muderspach. Medical: G. A. Nelson, M. D.
Ministerial Association: G. F.
Southern African Enoch.
Vice-President: J. F. Wright Sabbath School: E. D. Thomas.
Secretary: Milton Robison. Union Mission Superintendents:
Treas. and Auditor: A. E. Nelson. Burma: J. L. Christian.
Departmental Secretaries: Northeast India: G. G. Lowry.
Educational: M. P. Robison. Northwest India: G. G. Lowry.
Home Missionary: F. E. Potter. South India: E. M. Meleen.
Medical: A. N. Tonge, M. D. Western India: J. S. James.
Ministerial Assn.: J. F. Wright. Southern European
Publishing: F. E. Potter.
Religious Liberty: J. I. Robison. Vice-President: A. V. Olson.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.: Secretary: Steen Rasmussen.
L. L: Moffitt. Treasurer and Auditor: F. Brenn-
Union Conference Presidents: wald.
Angola: C. W. Curtis. Departmental Secretaries:
Congo: C. W. Bozarth. Educational and Y. P. M. V.:
South Africa: A. F. Tarr. Steen Rasmussen.
Southeast Africa: H. M. Sparrow. Home Missionary, Sabbath School
Zambesi: E. C. Boger. and Field Miss.: D. N. Wall.
Medical and Religious Liberty:
South Ameritan Dr. J. Nussbaum, 49 Avenue de
la Grande Armee, Paris 16,
Vice-President: N. P. Neilsen. France.
Secretary and Treasurer: Roger Ministerial Association: A. V.
Altman. Olson.
Departmental Secretaries: Publishing and Associate Home
Educational and Young People's Missionary: F. Charpiot.
Missionary Volunteer: H. B. Union Conference Presidents:
Lundquist. Franco-Belgian: W. R. Beach.
Home Missionary: J. L. Brown. Iberian: Robert Gerber.
Ministerial: N. P. Neilsen. Italian: L. Beer.
Publishing: J. A. P. Green. Jugoslavian: Hans Bauer.
Sabbath School: J. L. Brown. North African: Jules Rey.
Union Conference Presidents: Rumanian: P. P. Paulini.
Austral: W. E. Murray. Swiss: A. V. Olson.
East Brazil: H. B. Westcott. Union of Socialist Soviet Republics
Inca: E. V. Moore. Officers. .
South Brazil: E. H. Wilcox. Elective Members
E. L. Richmond, F. M. Wilcox,
Southern Asia Dr. P. T. Magan, C. H. Jones,
Vice-President: N. C. Wilson. Dr. W. A. Ruble, W. C. White,
Secretary and Treasurer: C. L. H. J. Sheldon, W. E. Howell, G.
Torrey. E. Peters, C. B. Haynes, George
Departmental Secretaries: Huse, Dr. Geo. Thomason, J. H.
Educational: E. M. Meleen. Cochran, W. I. Smith.
GENERAL DEPARTMENTS
BUREAU OF HOME MISSIONS Central European: , Regens-
burgerstrasse 22, V., Berlin W.
Office: General Conference, Ta- 50, Germany.
koma Park, Washington, D. C.
China: D. E. Rebok, 526 Ningkuo
Secretary: W. H. Branson. Road, Shanghai, China.
Associate Secretaries: Far Eastern: W. P. Bradley, Box
H. 0. Olson for Swedish Depart-
ment and Miscellaneous Lan- 7, Baguio, Philippine Islands.
guages east of the Mississippi Inter-American: W. L. Adams,
River. Address: Route 1, Box Box 0, Balboa, Canal Zone.
366, La Grange, Ill. Northern European: E. D. Dick,
W. B. Ochs for German Depart- 41 Hazel Gardens, Edgware,
ment. Address: Takoma Park, Middlesex, England.
Washington D. C. South American: H. B. Lundquist,
Calle Pino 3801, Buenos Aires,
L. Halswick for Danish-Nor- Argentina, South America.
wegian Department and Mis- Southern African: Milton Robison,
cellaneous languages west of Grove Ave., Claremont, Cape
the Mississippi River. Ad- Province, South Africa.
dress: 4255 Minnehaha Ave., Southern Asia: E. M. Meleen, Box
S., Minneapolis, Minn. 15, Poona, India.
F. C. Gilbert for Jewish Depart- Southern European: Steen Ras-
ment. Address: Takoma Park, mussen, Hoheweg 17, Berne,
Washington, D. C. Switzerland.
F. L. Perry for Spanish Depart-
ment. Address: 1419 E. Cal- Union Secretaries
ifornia St., Glendale, Calif.
Bureau Committee: W. H. Bran- The educational secretaries of the
son, Chairman; H. 0. Olson, Union Conferences in North
H. T. Elliott, W. B. Ochs, F. C. America are members ex-officio.
Gilbert, L. Halswick, 0. Mont-
gomery, W. H. Williams, F. L. Other Members
Perry.
(All of whom may be addressed at
Takoma Park, Washington, D.
C.) W. E. Howell, Claude Con-
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT ard, A. W. Peterson, Kathryn L.
Office Address: Takoma Park, Jensen, M. E. Kern, C. S. Long-
Washington, D. C. acre, W. H. Branson, L. E.
Officers Froom, A. W. Werline, M. E.
Olsen, J. C. Thompson.
General Secretary: W. E. Nelson.
Associate Secretary Elementary College Presidents
Education: C. A. Russell. H. H. Hamilton, Takoma Park,
Assistant Elementary Education Washington, D. C.
and Editorial: Mrs. Flora H. 0. M. John, South Lancaster, Mass.
Williams. P. T. Magan, M. D., 304 North
Boyle Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
Division Secretaries W. I. Smith, Angwin, Napa Co.,
Australasian: W. J. Gilson, Coo Calif.
ranbong, New South Wales, W. M. Landeen, College Place,
Australia. Wash.
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M. L. Andreasen, College View, Henri Evard, Collonges sous Sa-


Nehr. leve, Haute Savoie, France.
T. W. Steen, Berrien Springs, J. Simon, Lodenice 51, p. Beroun
Mich. u. Prahy, Czechoslovakia.
Ellis Maas, Colegio Adventista,
Junior College Presidents Santo Amaro, Sao Paulo, Brazil,
C. W. Degering, Oshawa, Ontario, South America.
Canada. W. G. Murdoch, Newbold Mission-
E. E. Cossentine, Arlington, Calif. ary College, Rugby, Warwick,
C. E. Kellogg, Keene, Tex. England.
H. J. Klooster, Collegedale, Tenn.
H. K. Martin, College Heights, via Members of Survey Committee
Lacombe, Alberta, Canada. (All of whom may be addressed
J. L. Moran, Huntsville, Ala. at Takoma Park, Washington,
Academy Principals D. C.) W. E. Nelson, J. L. Shaw,
Claude Conard.
G. H. Simpson, Arpin, Wisconsin. Board of Regents:
J. Z. Hottel, Auburn, Washington. Secretary and Associate Secre-
V. P. Lovell, Cicero, Indiana. taries of the Department of Edu-
H. E. Westermeyer, Lodi, Calif. cation, W. I. Smith, C. W.
K. A. Wright, Union Springs, N. Y. Marsh, H. J. Klooster, P. T.
Foreign School Principals Magan, Kathryn Jensen, G. H.
Simpson.
L. M. Stump, Box 1772, Manila,
Philippine Islands.
K. Soisalo, Annegatan 7, Helsing- HOME MISSIONARY DEPART-
fors, Finland. MENT
I. F. Blue, Box 15, Poona, India.
H. M. Johnson, Norre Alle 30, Aar- Office Address: Takoma Park,
hus, Denmark. Washington, D. C.
G. E. Nord, Ekebyholm, Rimbo,
Sweden. Officers
A. E. Speck, Cooranbong, N. S. Secretary: J. A. Stevens.
\V., Australia.
H. Erzberger, Neandertal, Post Associate Secretary: L. E. Christ-
Mettman, Rhineland, Germany. man.
Dumitru Florea, Casuta Postale, Office Secretary: Mrs. Grace D.
No. 71, Brasov, Rumania. Mace.
Herbert Hanson, Algarheim, Jess-
heim, Norway. Division Secretaries
F. L. Bunch, 01 Upper Serangoon
Road, Singapore, Straits Settle- Australia: W. J. Westerman,
ments. " Mizpah," Wahroonga, N. S.
John M. Howell, Puiggari, F. C. E. W., Australia; Assistant, S. V.
R., Entre Rios, Argentina, South Stratford.
America. Central European: M. Busch, Re-
A. N. Nelson, Box 7, Yodobashi gensburgerstrasse 22, Berlin W.
P. 0., Tokyo, Japan. 50, .Germany.
B. A. Liu, Chiao Tou Tseng, Ki- China: E. L. Longway, 526 Ning-
angsu, China. kuo Road, Shanghai, China.
G. E. Shankel, Grove Ave., Clare- Far Eastern: J. H. McEachern,
mont, Cape, South Africa. Box 7, Baguio, Philippine Islands.
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Inter-American: L. V. Finster, Box W. A. Ruble, M. D., Melrose,


0, Balboa, Canal Zone. Mass.
Northern European: H. W. Lowe, Division Secretaries
41 Hazel Gardens, Edgware,
Middlesex, England. Australasian: T. A. Sherwin, M.
South American: J. L. Brown, D. " Mizpah," Wahroonga, N. S.
Calle Pino 3801, Buenos Aires, W., Australia.
Argentina, South America. Central European: L. E. Conradi,
Southern Africa: F. E. Potter, M. D., Sanitarium " Waldfriede,"
Grove Ave., Claremont, Cape, Alsenstrasse 99-109, Berlin-Zeh-
South Africa. lendorf-West, Germany.
China: H. W. Miller,M. D.,
Southern Asia: L. C. Shepard, Box Box 1281, Shanghai, Ci na.
15, Poona, India. Far Eastern: H. A. Hall, M. D.,
Southern European: D. N. Wall, Box 813, Manila, Philippine Is-
Hoheweg 17, Berne, Switzerland. lands.
Northern European: Dr. A. Ander-
Union Secretaries sen, Sanitarium, Skodsborg, Den-
(All Home Missionary Secretaries mark.
of organized union conferences Southern African: A. N. Tonge,
and union missions are members M. D.; Assistant, Miss E. Hin-
ex- officio. ) terleitner, R. N., Grove Avenue,
Claremont, Cape Province, South
Other Members Africa.
(All of whom may be addressed Southern Asia: G. A. Nelson, M.
at Takoma, Park, Washington, D., 17 Abbott- Road, Lucknow,
D. C.) I. H. Evans, W. II. Bran- India.
son, S. A. Wellman, A. W. Southern. European: Dr. J. Nuss-
Petersen, J. W. Mace, C. E. baum, 49, Avenue de la Grande-
Weaks, W. H. Williams. Armee, Paris 16e, France.
(All Union Conference medical
secretaries are members ex -
officio, and should be addressed
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT at the union office.)
Office Address: Takoma Park, Other Members
Washington, D. C. F. A. Stahl, Casilla 240, Iquitos,
Officers Peru, South America.
C.. W. Harrison, M. D., Sydney
Secretary: A. W. Truman, M. D. Sanitarium, Wahroonga, N. S.
Associate Secretary: L. A. Hansen. W., Australia.
Associate Secretary for Nurses' G. A. S. Madgwick, M. D., Gendia
Division: Kathryn L. Jensen, Mission, Kenya, via Kisumu,
R. N. Kenya Colony, British East Af-
Assistant Secretary for Medical frica.
Education: P. T. Magan, M. D., D. H. Kress, M. D., Takoma Park,
304 North Boyle Ave., Los An- Washington, D. C.
geles, Calif. F. M. Wilcox, Takoma Park,
Assistant Secretary for Institu- Washington, D. C.
tions in Western United States: W. E. Nelson, Takoma Park,
H. W. Vollmer, M. D., Sanita- Washington, D. C.
rium, Calif. The Medical superintendent, busi-
Assistant Secretary for Institu- ness manager, and superintend-
tions in Eastern United States: ent of nurses in each regularly
16 GENERAL CONFERENCE

organized and denominationally Wells, Meade MacGuire, L. E..


recognized medical institution. Froom (Recording Secretary.)
The President and the Dean of the North American Members-at-large:
College of Medical Evangelists. A. G. Daniells, Los Angeles,
Calif.; Glenn Calkins, Glendale,
Calif.; M. N. Campbell, Winni-
MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION peg, Manitoba, Canada; C. B.
Office Address: Takoma Park, Haynes, Lansing, Mich.; E.
Washington, D. C. K. Slade, College Place, ash.;
J. K. Jones, South Lancaster,
Officers Mass.; T. G. Bunch, Battle
Secretary: I. H. Evans. Greek, Mich.; M. E. Olsen,
Associate Secretary: L. E. Froom. Takoma Park, D. C.; Rose. E.
Associate Secretary: Meade Mac- Boose, Prescott, Ariz.; Mary E.
Guire. Walsh, Hartford, Conn.
Division Secretaries Division Members
Australasian: J. R. Kent, "Miz- Australasian: W. G. Turner, "Miz-
pah," Wahroonga, N. S. W., pah," Wahroonga, N. S. W.,
Australia. Australia.
Central European: E. Gugel, Re- Central European: G. W. Schu-
gensburgerstrasse 22, V., Berlin, bert, Regensburgerstrasse 22,
W. 50, Germany. Berlin W. 50, Germany.
China: Frederick Lee, 526 Ningkuo China: H. W. Miller, M. D.; Fred-
Road, Shanghai China. erick Lee, 526 Ningkuo Road,
Far Eastern: Fre derick Griggs, Shanghai, China.
Box 7, Baguio, Philippine Islands. Far Eastern: Frederick Griggs,
Inter-American: L. V. Finster, Box Box 7, Baguio, Philippine Islands.
0, Balboa, Canal Zone. Inter-American: E. E. Andross,
Northern European: W. T. Bart- L. V. Finster, Box 0, Balboa,
lett, 41 Hazel Gardens, Edgware, Canal Zone.
Middlesex, England. Northern European: L. H. Chris-
South American: N. P. Neilsen, tian, W. T. Bartlett, 41 Hazel
Calle Pino 3801, Buenos Aires, Gardens, Edgware, Middlesex,
Argentina, South America. England.
Southern African: J. F. Wright, South American: N. P. Neilsen,
Grove Avenue, Claremont, Cape, Calle Pino 3801, Buenos Aires,
South Africa. Argentina, South America.
Southern Asia: G. F. Enoch, Post Southern African: J. F. Wright,
Box 15, Poona, India. Grove Ave., Claremont, Cape,
Southern European: A. V. Olson, South Africa.
Hoheweg 17, Berne, Switzerland. Southern Asia: N. C. Wilson,
Advisory Council Post Box 15, Poona, India; G. F
Enoch; Post Box 15, Poona,
Address at General Conference India.
Office: C. H. Watson, Chairman; Sauthern European: A. V. Olson,
I. H. Evans, J. L. McElhany, 0. Hoheweg 17, Berne, Switzerland.
Montgomery, J. L. Shaw, W. H.
Branson, M. E. Kern, H. T. El-
liott, A. W. Cormack, W. A. NORTH AMERICAN NEGRO
Spicer, F. M. Wilcox, W. E. DEPARTMENT
Howell, W. E. Nelson, A. W. Secretary: F. L. Peterson, Takoma
Peterson, W. W. Prescott, G. W. Park, Washington, D. C.
GENERAL CONFERENCE. 17

Other Members pah," Wahroonga, New, South


Wales, Australia.
S. A. Ruskjer, 4502 Brainerd Road, Central.European: H. Box, Regens-
Chattanooga, Terin,'. burgerstr. 22, V., Berlin W. 50,
W. H. Holden, Drawer C, Berrien Germany.
Springs, Mich. China: John Oss, 526 Ningkuo
J. F. Piper, 4547 Calvert St., Lin- Road, Shanghai, China:
coln, Nebr. Far. Eastern: J. H. McEachern,
R. L. Benton, Keene, Texas. Box 7, Baguio, Philippine Islands.
H. J. Detwiler, 507 Flower Ave., Inter-American: W. A. Bergherm,
Takoma Park, D. C. Box 0, Balboa, Canal Zone.
Glenn Calkins, Box 146, Glendale, Northern European: , 41 Hazel
Calif.
J. K. Jones, South Lancaster, Mass. Gardens, Edgware, Middlesex,
J. L. Moran, Oakwood Junior Col- England.
lege, Huntsville, Ala. South American: J. A. P. Green,
G. E. Peters, 409 Edgecombe Ave., Calle Pino 3801, Buenos Aires,
New York, N. Y. Argentina, South America.
M. C. Strachan, 1451 Evergreen St., Southern African: F. E. Potter,
Jacksonville, Fla. Grove Ave., Claremont, Cape
0. A. Tioy, 5168 South Parkway, Province, South Africa.
Chicago, Ill.. Southern Asia: L. C. .Shepard,.
J. G. Dasent, 504 23rd Place, N. E., Box 15, Poona, India.
Washington; D. C. , Southern European: F. Charpiot,
M. M. Young, Keene, Texas. Holieweg 17, Berne, Switzerland.
J. G. Thoinas, 4502 Brainerd Road, Ex-officio Members
Chattanooga, Tenn. Union Field Missionary Secre-
P. G. Rodgers, 1207 W. 98th St., taries.
Los Angeles, Calif. Publishing House Managers (see
J. E. Cox, 1503 Christian St., Phil- list in directories of Publishing
adelphia, , Pa. Houses in later pages).
T. H. Allison, 535 New Jersey St., Managers of 'Circulating Depart-
Kansas City, Kans. ments and Branches.
L. H. Bland, 5031 Magnolia St., Superintendents and Treasurers.
New Orleans, La.
Miss Anna Knight, 4502 Brainerd Other Members
Road, Chattanooga, Tenn. W. C. White, R. F. D. 1, St Helena,
T. M. Rowe, 2916 Webster Ave., Calif.
Pittsburgh, Pa. J. L. McElhany, Takoma Park,'
D. C.
Frederick Griggs, Box 7, Baguio, -
PUBLISHING DEPARTMENT Philippine Islands.
W. H. Branson, Takoma Park,
Office Address:. Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
Washington, D. C. W. G. Turner, "Mizpah," Wah-
Officers roonga, New South Wales, Aus-
Secretary: C. E. Weaks. tralia.
Associate Secretaries: E. E. Frank- Dr. H. W. Miller, 526 Ningkuo
lin, J. J. Strahle, N. Z. Town. Road, Shanghai, China.
Office Secretary: Mrs. Nell H. L.Edgware,
H. Christian, 41 Hazel Gardens,
Middlesex, England.
Hunter.
J. F. Wright, Grove Ave., Clare-
Division Secretaries mont, Cape, South Africa.
Australasian: T. A. Mitchell, "Miz- N. P. Neilsen, Calle Pino 3801,
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Buenos Aires, Argentina, South Union Secretaries


America. The Religious Liberty secretaries
N. C. Wilson, Box 15, Poona, India. of the Union Conferences and
E. E. Andross, Box 0, Balboa, Union Missions are members ex-
Canal Zone. officio.
A. V. Olson, Hoheweg 17, Berne, Other Members
Switzerland. .1. L. Shaw, L. E. Froom, F. A.
G. W. Schubert, Regensburgerstr.
22, Berlin W. 50, Germany. Coffin, C. P. Bollman, D. W.
J. A. Stevens, Takoma Park, Reavis, F. M. Wilcox, M. E. Kern,
Washington, D. C. W. L. Burgan, W. E. Nelson, F.
D. Nichol, B. G. Wilkinson, F. C.
Gilbert, all of whom may be
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY addressed at Takoma Park,
DEPARTMENT Washington, D. C.
G. A. Snyder, 3131 Pasadena Ave.,
Office Address: Takoma Park, Los Angeles, Calif.
Washington, D. C. A. J. Clark, 2001 24th Ave., N.,
Nashville, Tenn.
Officers Stemple White, 319 W. 16th St.,
Secretary: C. S. Longacre. Davenport, Iowa.
Associate Secretary: H. H. Votaw. H. W. Cottrell, Paradise Valley
Associate Secretary: M. C. Taft. Sanitarium, National City, Calif.
A. L. Baker, Mountain View, Calif.
Division Secretaries Wm. G. Wirth, 5447 El Verano
Ave., Eagle Rock, Calif.
Australasian: A. W. Anderson, Hon. George A. Williams, Fair-
" Mizpah," Wahroonga, N. S. W., mont, Nebr.
Australia. V. J. Johns, 4238 Fifth Ave., South,
Central European: A. Vollmer, Minneapolis, Minn.
Regensburgerstrasse 22, V., Ber- Samuel Kaplan, Room 2401, 110 W.
lin W. 50, Germany. 40th St., New York, N. Y.
China: Dr. H. W. Miller, 526 Ning- J. E. Shultz, South Lancaster,
kuo Road, Shanghai, China. Mass.
Far Eastern: Frederick Griggs, W. A. Westworth, 1204 West Ed-
Box 7, Baguio, Philippine Islands. ward St., Springfield, Ill.
Inter-American: E. E. Andross, A. R. Bell, 2310 F St., Bellingham,
Box 0, Balboa, Canal Zone. Wash.
North American: W. H. Branson, L. H. King, 3210 Howard Park
Takoma Park, D. C. Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Northern European: L. H. Chris- E. L. Maxwell, 259 Castro St.,
tian, 41 Hazel Gardens, Edgware, Mountain View, Calif.
Middlesex, England.
South American: N. P. Neilsen, SABBATH SCHOOL DEPART-
Calle Pino 3801, Buenos Aires, MENT
Argentina, South America.
South African: J. I. Robison, Box Office Address: Takoma Park,
6, Claremont, Cape, South Washington, D. C.
Africa. Officers
Southern Asia: N. C. Wilson, Box Secretary: Mrs. L. Flora Plummer.
15, Poona, India. Associate Secretary: S. A. Well-
Southern European: Dr. J. Nuss- man.
baum, 49, avenue de la Grande Associate Secretary: J. C. Thomp-
Armde, Paris 16, France. son.
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Assistant Secretary: Rosamond D. Officers


Ginther.
Secretary: Alfred W. Peterson.
Office Secretary: Miss Margaret Associate Sec.: C. Lester Bond.
Weir. Associate Sec.: Daniel A. Ochs.
Division Secretaries Office Secretary: Emma E. Howell.
Australasian: Miss Helena Lewin,
Division Secretaries
"Mizpah," Wahroonga, New
South Wales, Australia. Australasian: S. V. Stratford,
Central European: M. Busch, Re- " Mizpah," Wahroonga, New
gensburgerstrasse 22, V. Berlin South Wales, Australia.
W. 50, Germany. Central European: M. Busch, Re-
China: Miss Bessie Mount, 526 gensburgerstrasse 22, V. Berlin
Ningkuo Road, Shanghai, China. W. 50, Germany.
Far Eastern: Mrs. Frederick China: D. E. Rebok, 526 Ningkuo
Griggs, Box 7, Baguio, Philip. Road, Shanghai, China.
pine Islands. Far Eastern: W. P. Bradley, Box
Inter-American: W. L. Adams, 7, Baguio, Philippine Islands.
Box 0, Balboa, Canal Zone. Inter-American: Mrs. E. E. An-
Northern European: W. T. Bart- dross, Box 0, Balboa, Canal
lett, 41 Hazel Gardens, Edgware, Zone.
Middlesex, England. Northern European: C. V. Ander-
South American: J. L. Brown, son, 41 Hazel Gardens, Edgware,
Calle Pino 3801, Buenos Aires, Middlesex, England.
Argentina, South America. South American: H. B. Lundquist,
Southern Africa: L. L. Moffitt, Calle Pino 3801, Buenos Aires,
Grove Ave., Claremont, Cape Argentina, South America.
Province, South Africa. Southern African: L. L. Moffitt,
Southern Asia: E. D. Thomas, Box Grove Ave., Claremont, Cape
15, Poona, India. Province, South Africa.
Southern European: D. N. Wall, Southern Asia: T. J. Michael,
Hoheweg 17, Berne, Switzerland. Salisbury Park, Poona, India.
Other Members Southern European: Steen Ras-
(All of whom may be addressed mussen, Hoheweg 17, Berne,
at Takoma Park, Washington, Switzerland.
D. C., unless another address is
given.) W. A. Spicer, C. P. Union Secretaries
Bollman, F. A. Coffin, T. E. All union conference and union
Bowen, Mrs. Fannie D. Chase, C. mission Missionary Volunteer
P. Crager, L. A. Hansen. secretaries. (To be addressed at
M. L. Adreasen, Union College, their respective offices.)
College View Station, Lincoln,
Nebr. Other Members
W. H. Wakeham, Berrien Springs, Meade MacGuire, Route 2, Box
Mich. 186, Modesto, Calif.
L. L. Caviness, Angwin, Napa Co.,
(The following to be addressed at
Calif. Takoma Park, Washington, D.
C.) : M. E. Kern, H. T. Elliott,
YOUNG PEOPLE'S DEPART- C. P. Crager, C. A. Russell, L. E.
MENT OF MISSIONARY Froom, J. A. Stevens, Mrs. L.
VOLUNTEERS Flora Plummer, A. W. Spalding,
Office Address: Takoma Park, J. W. Mace, Miss Kathryn L.
Washington, D. C. Jensen, Miss Lora E. Clement.
20 GENERAL CONFERENCE
HOME COMMISSION GENERAL CONFERENCE
(An interdepartmental committee, CORPORATION
for the helping of parents and Incorporated 1904
uplift of the home.) Legal Title: " General Conference
A. W. Spalding, Secretary; Mrs. Corporation of Seventh-day Ad-
Flora H. 'Williams, Asst. Sec.; M. ventists."
E. Kern, H. T. Elliott, F. M. Wil- Constituency: The General Con-
cox, L. E. Froom, Mrs. L. Flora ference delegates.
Plummer, S. A. Wellman, J. A. Office Address: Takoma Park,
Stevens, W. E. Nelson, C. P. Cra- Washington, D. C.
ger, C. A. Russell, A. W. Peterson, Officers
C. L. Bond, L. A. Hansen, Kathryn Pres., C. H. Watson; Treas., J. L.
L. Jensen, R. N. Shaw; Sec., H. E. Rogers.
Board of Trustees: F. M. Wilcox,
C. H. Watson, J. L. Shaw, W. H.
AMERICAN TEMPERANCE Branson, M. E. Kern, 0. Mont-
SOCIETY gomery, H. H. Cobban, H. E.
Rogers, W. H. Williams.
Headquarters: Takoma Park,
Washington, D. C. THE ELLEN G. WHITE ESTATE,
Officers: INCORPORATED
I. H. Evans, Chairman. A corporation formed in harmony
C. H. Watson, Vice-chairman. with the trust created in the will
C. S. Longacre, Secretary.
J. L. Shaw, Treasurer. of the late Ellen G. White, to act
Committee: I. H. Evans, C. H. as her agent in the custody of her
Watson, C. S. Longacre, J. L. writings, and in the promotion of
Shaw, J. L. McElhany, W. H. their continued publication in all
Branson, 0. Montgomery, M. E. lands.
Kern, A. G. Daniells, W. E. Constituency: The five trustees ap-
Howell, Anol Grundset, J. F. pointed by Ellen G. White, and
Piper, B. G. Wilkinson, H. J. their successors: W. C. White,
Sheldon, E. K. Slade, F. G. C. C. Crisler, A. G. Daniells, F. M.
Ashbaugh, A. W. Peterson, Wilcox, J. E. Fulton (successor
S. A. Ruskjer, R. L. Benton, to C. H. Jones, resigned).
Dr. A. W. Truman, L. A. Office Address: "Elmshaven," St.
Hansen, W. E. Nelson, J. A. Helena, Calif.
Stevens, L. E. Froom, H. T. El- Officers: Pres., A. G. Daniells; Sec.,
liott, Mrs. L. Flora Plummer, C. W. C. White; Asst. Sec. and
E. Weaks, H. H. Votaw, W. L. Treas., A. L. White.
Burgan, F. M. Wilcox, F. D.
Nichol, A. L. Baker, R. B. Thur- TRANSPORTATION DEPART-
ber, F. A. Coffin, Lora E. Cle- MENT
ment, Ernest Lloyd, J. W. Mace, Superintendent of Transportation:
Dr. D. H. Kress, Dr. N. G. Evans, J. L. Shaw, Takoma Park,
Dr. E. H. Risley, Dr. P. T. Ma- Washington, D. C. (Also gen-
gan, Dr. W. B. Holden, Dr. W. A. eral agent for trans-Atlantic
Ruble. steamship lines.)
General Transportation Agent:
PRESS BUREAU G. C. Hoskin, P. 0. Box 30,
Brookfield, Illinois. Telephone:
Secretary: W. L. Burgan, Ta- Office, Brookfield 606; Residence,
koma Park, Washington, D. C. Brookfield 2929.
GENERAL CONFERENCE 21

Eastern Transportation Agent: Bowen, T. E., Takoma Park, Wash-


Adolph Dorn, 30 Irving Place, ington, D. C.
New York, N. Y. Room 502. Branson, W. H. Takoma Park,
(Telephone, Algonquin 4-0079.) Washington, D. C.
Cable Address: "Adventist New Casebeer, G. W., Box 584, Arling-
York." (Consign freight to office ton, Calif.
address, and express care Cen- Christian, L. H., 41 Hazel Gar-
tury Transportation Company, dens, Edgware, Middlesex, Eng-
113 Broad St., New York, N. Y.) land.
Western Transportation Agent: Christman, L. E., Takoma Park,
H. .G. Childs, Pacific Press Pub- Washington, D. C.
lishing Assn., Mountain View, Cormack, A. W., Takoma Park,
Calif. Telephone 527 (Residence Washington, D. C.
telephone, 701). Cable address, Cottrell, H. W., Paradise Valley
"Uprising," Mountain View. Sanitarium, National City, Calif.
(Consign freight and express Cottrell, R. F., 1238 Sixteenth St.,
care Union Transfer Co., 821 Santa Monica, Calif.
Howard St., San Francisco, Cal.) Daniells, A. G., 2632 Hill St., Hunt-
Asst., J. H. Cochran. ington Park, Calif.
Transportation Agent: E. A. Bea- Demchuk, S., 604 Connaught Bldg.,
von, 3250 Fraser Ave., Van- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Can-
couver, British Columbia, Can- ada.
ada. (Phone number, Seymour Eastman, W. W., Takoma Park,
3986. Residence phone, Fair- Washington, D. C.
mont 4354-R) Cable address: Elliott, H. T., Takoma Park,
"Adventist," Vancouver. Washington, D. C.
Transportation Agent: C. H. An- Evans, I. H., Takoma Park, Wash-
scombe, 29 Oxford St., London, ington, D. C.
W. 1., England. Cable Address: Farnsworth, E. W., 1491 East Wil-
"Adventist, London." Tele- son Ave., Glendale, Calif.
grams, "Adventist, Rath., Lon- Franklin, E. E., Takoma Park,
don." (Telephone, Gerrard 1470.) Washington, D. C.
Transportation Agent: H. Drang- Froom, L. E., Takoma Park, Wash-
meister, Campestr. 18, Hamburg ington, D. C.
35, Germany. Gilbert, F. C., Takoma Park,
Transportation Agent: Ch. Wehrli, Washington, D. C.
130 Boulevard de FHOpital, Paris, Griggs, Frederick, Box 7, Baguio,
13e, France. (Telephone, Gabe- Philippine Islands.
lins 6176.) Halswick, L., 3329 30th Ave., S.,
The Treasurers of Union Con- Minneapolis, Minn.
ferences in North America are Hansen, L. A., Takoma Park,
Transportation Agents for their Washington, D. C.
respective Union Conference ter-
ritory. Howell, W. E., Takoma Park,
Washington, D. C.
PERSONS HOLDING CREDEN- Kaplan, S., Room 2401, 110 West
TIALS FROM THE GENERAL 40th St., New York, N. Y.
CONFERENCE Kern, M. E., Takoma Park, Wash-
Ministers ington, D. C.
Andross, E. E., Box 0, Balboa, Kress, D. H., M. D., Takoma Park,
Canal Zone. Washington, D. C.
Bond, C. Lester, Takoma Park Lidner,V. A., 427 Case Street, St.
Washington, D. C. Paul Minn.
22 GENERAL CONFERENCE

Loebsack, H. J., Moscow 10, Ulica strasse 22, Berlin W. 50, Ger-
Durowa 22, Whg. 19, U. S. S. R. many.
Longacre, C. S. Takoma Park, Schwindt, F. F., 5219 Stockwell
Washington, D. C. St., Lincoln, Nebr.
MacGuire, Meade, Route 2, Box Shaw, J. L., Takoma Park, Wash-
186, Modesto, Calif. ington, D. C.
McElhany, J. L., Takoma Park, Sheldon, H. J., Drawer C, Berrien
Washington, D. C. Springs, Mich.
Magan, P. T., M. D., 304 North Smith, W. I., Pacific Union Col-
Boyle Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. lege, Angwin, Napa Co., Calif.
Meyers, C. K., Takoma Park, Spalding, A. W., Takoma Park,
Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
Miller, H. W., M. D., 526 Ningkuo Spicer, W. A., Takoma, Park,
Road, Shanghai, China. Washington, D. C.
Montgomery, 0., Takoma Park, Stevens, J. A., Takoma Park,
Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
Neilsen, N. P., Calle Pino 3801, Strahle, J. J., Takoma Park,
Buenos Aires, Argentina, South Washington, D. C.
America. Thomason, Geo., M. D., 317 Hol-
Nelson, W. E., Takoma Park, lingsworth Bldg., Los Angeles,
Washington, D. C. Calif.
Ochs, D. A., Takoma Park, Wash- Thompson, J. C., Takoma Park
ington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
Ochs, W. B., Takoma Park, Wash- Town, N. Z., Takoma Park, Wasl
ington, D. C. ington, D. C.
Olsen, M. E., Takoma Park, Wash- Truman, A. W., M. D., Washing
ington, D. C. ton Sanitarium, Takoma Park,
Olson, A. V., Hfilieweg 17, Berne, Washington, D. C.
Switzerland. Turner, W. G., "Mizpah," Wah-
Olson, H. 0., Route 1, Box 366, La roonga, New South Wales, Aus-
Grange, Ill. tralia.
Passebois, L. F., South Lancaster, Votaw, H. H., Takoma Park,
Mass. Washington, D. C.
Perry, F. L., 1419 East California Watson, C. H., Takoma Park,
St., Glendale, Calif. Washington, D. C.
Peters, G. E., 409 Edgcombe Ave., Weaks, C. E., Takoma Park, Wash-
New York, N. Y. ington, D. C.
Peterson, Alfred W., Takoma Wellman, S. A., Takoma Park,
Park, Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
Peterson, F. L., Takoma Park, Wells, G. W., Takoma Park, Wash-
Washington, D. C. ington, D. C.
Prescott, W. W., Takoma Park, Westphal, F. H., Box 146, Glen-
Washington, D. C. dale, Calif.
Robinson, A. T., Route 1, Box 58, Westphal, J. W., Lodi Academy,
St. Helena, Calif. Lodi, Calif.
Ruble, W. A., M. D., care New White, W. C., R. F. D. 1. `-t.
England Sanitarium, Melrose, Helena. Calif.
Mass. Wilcox, F. M., Takoma Pal k.
Ruhling, R., Takoma Park, Wash- Washington, D. C.
ington, D. C. Wilcox, M. C., Mountain Vie
Russell, C. A., Takoma Park, Calif.
Washington, D. C. Wright, J. F., Grove Ave., Clare-
Schubert, G. .W., Regensburger- mont, Cape, South Africa.
GENERAL CONFERENCE 23

Licentiates Gregg, Lizzie M., Takoma Park,


Cobban, H. H., Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
Washington, D. C. Howell, Emma E., Takoma Park,
Huse, George, 2123 Twenty-fourth Washington, D. C.
Ave., North, Nashville, Tenn. Ireland, J. J., Takoma Park,
Jones, C. H., Sanitarium, Glendale, Washington, D. C.
Calif. Jensen, Kathryn L., Takoma Park,
Richmond, E. L., Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
Washington, D. C. Mace, Mrs. J. W., Takoma Park,
Williams, W. H., Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
Washington, D. C. Peck, Sarah, care Pacific Press,
Mountain View, Calif.
Missionary Licentiates Phillips, W. E., Takoma Park,
Washington, D. C.
Barrows, H. W., Takoma Park, Plummer, Mrs. L. Flora, Takoma
Washington, D. C. Park, Washington, D. C.
Burgan, W. L., Takoma Park, Rogers, H. E., Takoma Park,
Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
Cochran, J. H., Mountain View, Taft, M. C., Takoma Park, Wash-
Calif. ington, D. C.
Conard, Claude, Takoma Park, Weir, Margaret, Takoma Park,
Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
Ginther, Rosamond D., Takoma Williams, Mrs. Flora H., Takoma
Park, Washington, D. C. Park. Washington, D. C.
ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE
Organized igoi

Territory: The Conferences of Licentiates:


' 'Greater New York, New York, D. A. Bailey, J. N. Clapp, I. A.
Northern New England, South- Armstrong, I. G. Ortner.
ern New England, and The Sev- Honorary: W. S. Lawrence,
enth-day Adventist. Church of George Furnival.
Bermuda.
Population: 20,781,407; churches, Missionary Licentiates:
198; members, 11,983. W. M. Vehorn, H. H. Howard.
Office Address: South Lancaster, Honorary: Mrs. J. C. Hennessy,
Mass. (Telephone, Clinton 682.) Ellery Robinson, Mrs. M. A.
Scribner, Miss Jennie Thayer,
Officers: Miss Elizabeth Kehrein, Mrs.
Pres., J. K. Jones. Ella Wilber, Mrs. Eva Daggett,
Sec. and Treas., I. G. Ortner. Miss Cora Spencer, Miss Ethel
Auditor, I. G. Ortner. Meek, Miss Emma Wells, H. P.
Executive Committee: J. K. Hansen, C. L. Kilgore.
Jones, W. H. Heckman, M. V.
Campbell, W. H. Howard, F. D.
BERMUDA MISSION
Wells, I. G. Ortner, Joseph Cap-
man, E. A. von Pohle, D. A. Bai- Organized as The Seventh-day
ley, 0. M. John, W. A. Ruble, Adventist Church of Bermuda
M. D., Anol Grundset, B. M. Pres- Address: Box 370, Hamilton, Ber-
ton, E. L. Place, G. E. Peters. muda.
Legal Assn.: "The Atlantic Population: 27,000; churches, 2;
Union Conference Association of membership, 135.
Seventh-day Adventists." Officers:
Department Secretaries:
Superintendent and Minister: Jo-
seph Capman.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Sec. and Treas.: Mrs. Joseph Cap-
E. A. von Pohle. man.
Field Miss., B. M. Preston. Department Secretaries:
Home Miss., Anol Grundset. Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Medical, W. A. Ruble, M. D. Joseph Capman.
Negro Representative, G. E. Sabbath School, Mrs. Joseph
Peters. Capman.
Religious Liberty, J. K. Jones.
Transportation Agent, I. G. Ort-
ner.
GREATER NEW YORK
Ministers: CONFERENCE
J. K. Jones, 0. M. John, E. A. Organized 1902
von Pohle, Anol Grundset, B. M.
Preston, 'Joseph Capman, H. S. Territory: The City of New York;
Prenier, W. A. Ruble, M. D., Long Island, (exclusive of that
H. H. Dexter. part in the City of New York);
Honorary: P. F. Bicknell, D. G. and the following named coun-
Turk, H. W. Carr, W. R. Ucht- ties in the State of New York:
man, J. E. Whelpley, C. P. Lillie, Westchester, Rockland, Putnam,
E. E. Osborne. Orange, Dutchess, Ulster, Sulli-
24
ATLANTIG-UNION;CONFERENCE ;15

.'"vaii; DelaIvare, ..Greene; iind'"Co- Miasionary Licentiates::.:


lumbia. 1 .` . Vesta Cash, Louise Johnson, Ma-
Population: eliurehd'S, - LarSon, Angusta Meyer, Mrs.
members, 3;462..:. E. V.- Smith; Mrs. W. D. Flem-
Officev..Roorn 2401, 110. West' 40th 2'ing; Hope 'Winsor, "Ailary::Walsh,
St., New York,_ ,N::, Y.. (Tele- ', Mrs. E. B. Markham; J. E. Os-
phone;-Lotigadre '5,7258, 7250.) :. terblom, X. 'P. Walton;. M. S.
Officers:- . .... . DUrichek, M. Harris, F. R.
Pres., W. H. Heckman. Aldridge, J. R. Britt, E. Nopper.
OSterblom. Church 'School Teachers:
Executive CoMmittee: W. H. Mrs. Minnie Keith,-":E. Rah
E:.0sterblom,:a. M. - Blackburn; Sophie, Hirt, Emma
ii...Heald;.H. J. Capman, A. 0. Liind, J. Hunt; Margaret Hirt, Pauline
G. E. Peters, B. A. Reile; :L. B. Hart, Dorothy; 'Koeppen, Chris-
Schick, J. J. Short. tike Dyet; ,
Legal Assn.:"Greater NeW York
COrpcitation- of,SeVenth:day Ad-
.,-Ventists"; Pres.; W. H. Heckman; 'NEW YORK CONFERENCE
Sec. and Treas.,,J.-.E...Osterblom.
(General Conference: S.' Organized 1922
Transportation Agency: 30 !Irv- Territory:- That portion of the
in.. Place, Room 502; Telephone, 'State Of 'New York north and
idgonquins40079.; Adolph .Dorn, 'surest of` the:line formed by the
Transportation ,. Agent Cable northern boundaries of Dela-
1:Addreas: ... New ware,' Greene, ;.:and;Columbia
York.".!.Consign freight to:office Counties.
address, arid ;,..express. ' in care:,-of Population: 4,139,362; churches,
Century Transportation CO.,. 113 58; members, 2,919.
..Broad.'St.,, New York:) Of#ce: ,Union-Springs, N. Y..-,(Tele-
.Department Secretaries: phone, Union Springs, 35.)
,!* Bobk and ',Bible ' House,' J. E. ,Officers: ,
Osterblorn:;..!-Asst.,.- .R.: 'Al- ' M.' V. Cainpbell.'
dridge. pg. and Ti eas',J: B. Frank:
Educational. and- Y. P. M. V., Ceittimittee: M. V.
Mrs. E. B.,Markham. Campbell, ' Frank, C. ,E.
Fleming.;,; .'""Eldridge;., , C'Z.,Sauer,, E. H.
Home Mis. s .,.WZ-4-1. Heckman. Swanson, H' "`W. Walker, D. P.
..,s:Medical Wood.
Rel.Lib., W-.,41-2 Heckman. . Legal "" The New York
- Sab. Sch.,.Mis:,-.E.r B. Markham. Conference - Association of S.
lartisters
W. H. Hecknian,'W. R. Andrews, :'::Board- Trustees: 111.1- V.: CaMp-
,'Uapman.; P. - bell, J. B. Frank:C. E. Eldridge,
...A. 0. Lund;', B.,111. Heald; . G; E. J. Q. Sauer, E. H. Swanson, H.
Petersgi. S: Willis; W. _A; Balls, '- W. Walker; D. P. Wood.
,Catalano, W. Steele,.....E. -A. Tiepartment SeeietarieS:
Reile, D. G. Werner, J. E. Jervis, Book and. Bible House, R. S.
J. J. Dollinger, Kaplan,'W S. Blackburn. -
, Krietzky;'L.-SiSchiek. .1 Educational arid :Y. P. M. V.,
Licentiates: . ' W. E. Bement.
G. Varga, J. S'Picer, Nir. Field Miss., M. Evans.
ing,. C. Guenther; ThaddeuS'Wil- .Home Miss. and. Sabbath School,
' M. E. Munger. '
26 ATLANTIC UNION CONIBEENCE

Religious Lib., M. V. Campbell. wards; C. M. Bunker, W. W.


Ministers: Rice, H. R. Rolfe.
M. V. Campbell, S. N. Ritten- Department Secretaries:
house, E. D. Lamont, V. C. Book and Bible House, J. E. Ed-
Townsend, D. P. Wood, H. W. wards; Asst., P. I. Nosworthy.
Carr, C. E. Eldridge, H. W. Educational, .
Walker, E. H. Swanson, W.. E. Field Miss., C. R. Morris.
Bement, Joseph Schnetzler, M. E. Home Miss., Alexander Hough-
Munger. ton.
Honorary: A. R. P. Johnson. Religious Liberty, W. H. How-
Licentiates: ard,
K. A. Wright, I. M. Evans, T. Sabbath School, W. H. Howard.
Carcich, W. S. Lawrence. Y. P. M. V., Alexander Hough-
Missionary Licentiates: ton.
J. B. Frank, Mrs. Clara O'Hare, Ministers:
R. S. Blackburn, Mabel Vree- C. M. Bunker, Alexander Hough-
land, G. E. Johnson, Gladys ton, W. H. Howard, E. W. Thur-
Passebois, Mrs. H. W. Walker. ber, H. P. Gram, W. W. Rice,
Church School Teachers: D. H. Hanson.
Letha Blom, Marion Seitz, Cath- Licentiates:
arine Gadsby, Mrs. A. Solomon, C. M. Pike, H. R. Rolfe, C. R.
Iona Laraway, Ruth Whittaker, Morris. ,
Isabelle Taylor, Emeth Giddings, Missionary Licentiates:
Florence Mason, Susan Kirsch- Mrs. Berenice Redmond, J. E.
weng, Mildred C. Wood, Marie Edwards, P. I. Nosworthy, Helen
Law, Norma Heiser. Armstrong, Victor Pike.
Church School Teachers:
D. I. Shaw, Mrs. D. I. Shaw, Vera
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND Lowe, Mrs. Walter C. Twing,
Carl Franz, Bruce Brown, Mrs.
CONFERENCE Bruce Brown, Florence Miles,
Territory: States of Maine, New Mrs. Mark Summer, Gertrude
Hampshire, and Vermont. Smith.
Population: 1,622,327; churches,
46; members, 1,608.
Office: 55 South Main St., Roches- SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND
ter, N. H. (Telephone 540.) CONFERENCE
Officers: Reorganized 1926, combining the
Pres., W. H. Howard. Massachusetts Conference, or-
Sec. and Treas., J. E. Edwards. ganized in 1870, and the South-
Executive Committee: W. H. ern New England Conference,
Howard, J. E. Ewards, C. M. organized in 1903.
Bunker, H. P. Gram, H. R. Rolfe, Territory: Commonwealth of Mas-
W. W. Rice, Roy Atwood. sachusetts, and States of Con-
Legal Assn.: Maine Conference necticut and Rhode Island.
Assn. of S. D. A.; Pres., W. H. Population: 6,544,014; churches.
Howard; Treas., J. E. Edwards; 62; members, 3,859.
Clerk, C. M. Bunker; H. R. Office Address: South Lancaster,
Rolfe, W. W. Rice, H. P. Gram, Mass. (Telephone, Clinton 255.)
Roy Atwood. Officers:
Northern New England Conf. S. Pres., F. D. Wells.
D. A., Inc.; Pres., W. H. How- Sec. and Treas., C. H. Gerald.
ard; Treas. and Clerk, J. E. Ed- Executive Committee: F. D.
ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE 27

Wells, C. H. Gerald, A. A. Cone, Kleuser, Samuel Lombard, David


J. E. Ford, C. R. Gibbs, E. L. Moore, Helen L. Olmsted, Mrs.
Place, A. E. Sanderson, J. E. Ruth Swanson.
Shultz, 0. R. Snipes. Church School Teachers:
Legal. Assn.: " The 'Southern Martha Anderson, Mrs. Mae
New England Conference Asso- Bristol, Estelle Broome, Mabel
ciation of S. D. A." Cassell, Esther Feltus, Thelma
Department Secretaries: Fretz, Ida Jane GOsse, Mrs. An-
Book and Bible House, L. E. nie Bell Hall, R. W. Hall, Lucile
Aldrich. Haskin, Mrs. Miriam Hunt, Flor-
Educational and Y. P. M. V., ence Kidder, Myra Kite, Edna
Louise C. Kleuser. Levy, Olive Lindberg, Dorothy
Field Miss., Arva Nickless. Loveitt, Beulah Oliver, Roy Pike,
Home Miss. and Sabbath Sch., Joan Rasmussen, Hazel Ray, F.
J. F. Bohner. E. Vansickle, Beatrice Ware.
Rel. Lib.: Mass., J. E. Shultz;
Conn., A. E. Sanderson; Rhode
Island, A. A. Cone.
Ministers: INSTITUTIONS IN THE AT-
J. M. Campbell, A. W. Clarke, LANTIC UNION CON-
A. A. Cone, J. E. Ford, C. R. FERENCE
Gibbs, J. F. Knipschild, S. Lund- Educational:
strom, A. E. Sanderson, N. H. Atlantic Union College, South
Saunders, J. E. Shultz, 0. R. Lancaster, Mass.
Snipes, C. L. Taylor, F. D. Wells. Greater New York Academy,
Honorary, I. M. Marton. Cor. Washington St. and
Licentiates: Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
J. F. Bohner, Francis Bush, F. Union Springs Academy, Union
W. Cummings, J. E. Edwards, Springs, N. Y.
G. A. Mitchell, Arva Nickless, Publishing:
A. W. Ortner. New York Branch of Review
Missionary Licentiates: and Herald Pub. Assn., Peeks-
L. E. Aldrich, John Cheripko, kill, N. Y.
Mrs. A. A. Cone, Candace Fergu- Sanitarium:
son, Mrs. H. C. Ferguson, Esther New England Sanitarium, Mel-
M. Freed, C. H. Gerald, Louise C. rose, Mass.

CANADIAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1932
Territory: Dominion of Canada Executive Committee: M. N.
and Dominion of Newfoundland. Campbell, W. E. Perrin. A. V.
Population: 10,024,476; churches, Rhoads, H. A. Lukens, 0. Zip-
144; members, 7,930. rick, W. A. Clemenson, E. A.
Office: 209-212 Birks Bldg., Winni- Beavon, S. G. White, D. E.
peg, Manitoba. (Phone, 93679.) Reiner, P. D. Gerrard, H. Bur-
Officers: den, C. W. Degering, H. K. Mar-
Pres., M. N. Campbell. tin, C. G. Maracle, C. L. Pad-
Sec.-Treas. and Auditor, W. E. . dock, H. A. Shepard.
Perrin. Legal Assns.: Eastern Canadian
28 CANADIAN UNION CONFERENCE

' Union Conference Corporation of Educational, A. V. Rhoads.


S. D. A., and Western Canadian Field Miss., H. D. Henriksen.
Union Corporation of Seventh- Home Miss., E. J. Westman.
day Adventists. - Religious Liberty, A. V. Rhoads.
Department Secretaries: Sabbath School, Miss Anna
'Educational and Y. P. M. V., Nickel.
D. E. Reiner. Y. P. M. V., E. J. Westman.
Field Miss., P. D. Gerrard. Ministers:
Horne Miss., A. V. Rhoads, P. A. Rick, W. M.
Medical, H. Burden, M. D., Sid- Ruminson, G. E. Johnson, J. D.
ney, B. C. Neufeld, E. J. Westman, Nichol
Religious Lib., M. N. Campbell. Bodrug, H. D. Henriksen, H. J.
Transportation Agent, W. E. Winter.
Perrin. Missionary Licentiates:
Ministers: G. L. Sather, Marian Maclean,
M. N. Campbell, L. H. Hartin, Anna Nickel.
C. W. Degering, D. E. Reiner, Church School Teacher:
C. 0. Smith, H. K. Martin. Mrs. Ruth Wage.
-Honorary: B. E. Manuel, J. T.
Errington, Neil McGill, D. J. C.
Barrett, J. L. Wilson. BRITISH COLUMBIA CON-
Licentiates: FERENCE
T. S. Bowett, P. D. Gerrard, W.
E. Perrin, M. Philbrick. Organized 1902
Missionary Licentiates: Territory: British Columbia, Can-
C. L: Paddock, C.W. Shanlcel, ada.
'H. Burden. Population: 694,262; churches,
17; members, 1,103.
ALBERTA CONFERENCE Cable Address: Adventist, Van-
Organized 1906 couver.
Office: 3250 Fraser Ave., Van-
Territory: The Province of Al- couver, British Columbia.
berta.
Population: 731,605; churches, 34; Officers:
Pres., E. A. Beavon.
members, 2,297.
Sec. and Treas., Hylda B. Green.
Office: 16-19 Lineham Block, Cal- Executive Committee: E. A.
gary, Alberta. (Telephone, M-
Beavon, N. C. Erntson, H. W.
7015.)
Dutton, 0. E. Lindgren, H. A.,
Officers: Shepard, H. Cameron, J. W.
Pres., A. V.-Rhoads.
Sec.-Treas., G. L. Sather. Wagner.
Executive Committee: A. V. Legal Assn: "British Columbia
Rhoads, G. L. Sather, A. V. Association of S. D. A." Pres.,
Farnsworth, P. A. Rick, S. W. E. A. Beavon; Sec. and Treas.,
Shankel, A. A. Roth, H. D. Hen- Hylda B. Green.
riksen. Department Secretaries:
Legal Assn.: " Alberta Confer- '' Book and Bible House, Martha
ence Association of S. D. A." Westphal.
Trustees: A. V. Rhoads, G. L. Educational, J. W. Wagner.
Sather, S. W. Shankel, A. A. Field Miss., Knowles Astleford.
Roth, E. J. Westman. Home Miss., J. W. Wagner.
Department Secretaries: Religious Liberty, N. C. Erntson.
Book and Bible House, G. L. Sabbath School, Hylda B. Green.
Sather. Y. P. M. V., J. W. Wagner.
CANADIAN UNION CONFERENCE 29

Ministers: Yakovenko, S. A. Reile, L.'


E. A. Beavon, E. M. Chapman, Long, D. N. Reiner, R. A: Libby,
N. C. Erntson, W. J. Shafer, J. A. M. Baybarz, 0. B: Gerhart:
W. Wagner. Missionary Licentiates:
Missionary Licentiates: F. T. Balmer, Alexander Clark,
H., Cameron, Mrs. H. Cameron, Alice Campbell, Mary E.,'Neu-
Hylda B. Green, Knowles Astle- feld, Miss S. Johnson, Laura
ford, M. T. Westphal, Wilbert Campbell; A. 0. Bernhard..
Foulston.
Church School Teachers: Church School Teachers: '
W. C. Williams, Audrey Taylor, Emma Lehmann, Verda . Deer,
E. Wareham, Mildred Taylor, Elsie Stubbs, Percy Johnson.
R. E. Rick, C. W. Mayor, Mrs. Mrs. A. Blair, Isabell Paul,
Jessie Lock. Florence McCarty.

MANITOBA-SASKATCHEWAN MARITIME CONFERENCE


CONFERENCE Organized 1902
Organized 1932 Territory: The Provinces Of Nevi
Territory: The Provinces of Sas- Brunswick, Novi Scotia, ' and
katchewan and Manitoba and Prince Edward Island, with the
that portion of Ontario lying Gaspe Peninsula.
west of the 89th Meridian. Population: 1,111,618; churches,
Population: 1,721,281; churches, 14; members, 439.
39; members, 2,231.
Office: 19 Parker St., Halifax,
Office: 604 Connaught Bldg., Sas- Nova Scotia. (Telephone B-8472.)
katoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
(Telephone 2561.) Officers:
Officers: Pres., W. A. Clemenson.
Pres., 0. Ziprick. Sec. and Treas., Dorothy, E.
Ostoich. -
Sec. and Treas., A. 0. Bernhard.
Executive Committee: 0. Zip- Executive Committee: W. A.
rick, T. L. Hardy, S. A. Reile, Clemenson, Dorothy E. Ostoi,Ch,
0. Jackson, C. W. Deer. J. M. Ackerman, D. Ma',ckintosh,
Legal Assns.: "Saskatchewan R. B. Longard.
Conference Assn. of S. D. A." Department Secretaries:
"The Manitoba Conference of Book and Bible House, Dorothy
S. D. A."; Pres., 0. Ziprick, 604 E. Ostoich. -
Connaught Bldg., Saskatoon, Educational, W. A. Clernenson.
Saskatchewan; Sec.-Treas., A. 0. Field Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Bernhard. J. M. Ackerman.
Department Secretaries: Sabbath School and Home Miss.,
Book and Bible House, A. 0. W. A. Clemenson.
Bernhard. Ministers:
Educational, Home Miss., and
Y. P. M. V., D. N. Reiner. W. A. Clemenson, 0. D. Cardey,
Field Miss., Alexander Clark. Donald Mackintosh, E. M. Sears.
Religious Liberty, O. Ziprick. Honorary: F. W. Stray..
Sabbath School. 0. Ziprick. Missionary Licentiates:
Ministers: J. M. Ackerman, Vera Van Bus-
O. Ziprick, D. D. Neufeld, P. G. kirk, Dorothy E. Ostoich.
30 CANADIAN UNION CONFERENCE

Church School Teachers: bec with the exception of the


Dorothy Jones, Mrs. J. H. Gaspe Peninsula.
Crooks, Vernon Hubley. Population: 6,246,281; churches,
36; members, 1,615.
Office: 3 Awde St., Toronto 4, On-
NEWFOUNDLAND MISSION tario. (Phone: Melrose 7235.)
Officers:
Territory: The Dominion of New-
foundland which includes Labra- Pres., H. A. Lukens.
dor, and all Islands surrounding Sec. and Treas., E. S. Humann.
the main Island; also the French Executive Committee: H. A.
possessions of Miquelon and St. Lukens, E. S. Humann, A. E.
Pierre. Millner, R. A. Hubley, W. J.
Population: 275,000; churches, 4; Hurdon, F. G. Hill, W. A. Des-
members, 245. sain.
Office Address: 106 Freshwater Legal Assns.: "The Ontario Con-
Road, St. John's. (Phone 3160.) ference of Seventh-day Advent-
ists," and "Quebec Association
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 574, St. of Seventh-day Adventists."
John's, Newfoundland.
Officers: Department Secretaries:
Supt., S. G. White. Book and Bible House, E. S.
Sec. and Treas., S. G. White. Humann.
Mission Committee: S. G. White, Educational, Y. P. M. V., and
G. H. Morgan, S. Nosworthy, Home Miss., A. E. Millner.
W. C. Baird, R. H. Cooke, J. T. Field Miss., R. Carlill.
Adams, S. Webber. Rel. Liberty, W. J. Hurdon.
Department Secretaries: Sabbath School, E. S. Humann.
Sabbath School Secretary, Mrs. Ministers:
Genevieve White. H. A. Lukens, R. A. Hubley,
Educational: School Board which W. A. Dessain, J. A. Toop, W. J.
has charge of all educational Hurdon, George Soloniuk, A. E.
work throughout our territory Millner, A. Buckwalter.
is appointed by the Governor in
Council and the personnel is the Licentiates:
members of the Mission Com- R. Carlill, E. S. Humann.
mittee. Missionary Licentiates:
Ministers: Cora Bowers, Dorothy Lovell,
S. G. White, R. H. Cooke. Ada Manuel, Grace Hurdon.
Licentiate: George Russell.
Church School Teachers: Church School Teachers:
J. G. Combden, Mrs. Fern Simms, Abbie Culbert, Esther Neufeld,
Hazel Avery. Mrs. W. J. Pincombe, Mildred
Mosher, Stella Bell, Mabel Mac-
Dougall, Mrs. E. Lemon, Carrie
ONTARIO-QUEBEC CON- Hubley.
FERENCE
Organized 1932 INSTITUTIONS IN THE CANA-
(Ontario 1899Quebec 1880) DIAN UNION CONFERENCE
Territory: The Province of On- Educational:
tario lying east of the 89th me- Canadian Junior College, College
ridian, and the Province of Que- Heights, via Lacombe, Alberta.
CANADIAN UNION CONFERENCE 31

Oshawa Missionary College, Box, Canadian Watchman Press, Box


308, Oshawa, Ontario. 398, Oshawa, Ontario.
Publishing:
Canadian Junior College Press. Medical:
College Heights, via Lacombe. Rest Haven Sanitarium, Sidney,
Alberta. British Columbia.

CENTRAL UNION CONFERENCE


Organized zgoz

Territory: The conferences of Col- Christian Record Board:


orado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, (Work for the blind) Pres., J. F.
Missouri, Nebraska, North Da- Piper; Sec., D. D. Rees; Treas.,
kota, South Dakota, and Wyo- S. J. Lashier; S. T. Shadel, D.
ming Mission. E. Collins, M. L. Andreasen.
Population: 14,620,830; churches, Ministers:
460; members, 23,610. J. F. Piper, D. E. Collins, C. W.
Marsh, S. T. Shadel, G. H. Smith,
Telegraphic Address: Telephone D. D. Rees, M. L. Andreasen, F.
F. 0. 182, Lincoln, Nebr. H. Yost, M. H. Schuster, J. N.
Office Address: 4547 Calvert St., Anderson.
Lincoln, Nebr. Honorary: H. H. Humann,
Officers: H. A. Aufderhar, G. W. Berry,
Pres., J. F. Piper. A. S. Bringle, G. L. Budd, C. G.
Sec.-Treas., S. J. Lashier. Bellah, B. M. Garton, N. M. Jor-
Auditor, A. R. Smouse. gensen, Herman Langenberg,
Executive Committee: J. F. Chas. Lightner, 0. Madsen, W. A.
Piper, S. J. Lashier, A. R. McKibben, C. W. Miller, D. P.
Smouse, Jay J. Nethery, R. S. Miller, W. F. H. Schroeder, A. E.
Fries, V. J. Johns, A. H. Rul- Johnson, E. R. Lauda, J. H.
koetter, Chas. Thompson, T. B. Schilling, E. G. Hayes, R. L.
Westbrook, E. H. Oswald, J. Bradford, J. 0. Hanhardt, W. K.
H. Roth, C. A. Purdom, D. E. Smith.
Collins, C. W. Marsh, S. T. Sha- Licentiates:
del, G. H. Smith, M. L. Andrea- S. J. Lashier, R. E. Bowles, H.
sen, R. J. Brown, E. G. Fulton, A. Green, A. R. Smouse, A. W.
R. E. Bowles, T. H. Allison. Johnson.
Legal Assn.: "Central Union Honorary Licentiates: L. G.
Conference Assn. of the S. D. A." Beans, F. A. Page.
Pres., J. F. Piper; Sec.-Treas., Missionary Licentiates:
S. J. Lashier. R. J. Brown, E. G. Fulton.
Transportation Agent, S. J. Honorary: Esther Smith, Lizzie
Lashier. Sutton, Ammy W. Welch, Mary
Department Secretaries: L. Doan, Mrs. Bertha Jorgensen.
Educational, C. W. Marsh.
Field Miss., D. E. Collins. COLORADO CONFERENCE
Home Miss., S. T. Shadel. Organized 1908
Religious Liberty, J. F. Piper. Territory: State of Colorado and
Y. P. M. V., G. H. Smith. San Juan County in New Mex-
Negro Dept., T. H. Allison. ico.
32 CENTRAL- UNION:. CONFERENCE.2
Population: 1,050,4923 churches, L._ M. powin, Loa Love, Ruth
65; members, 3,846. , 'J Sorriberger, - Mrs. Lula :4Ecallock,
Office: 1081 'Marion -St., Denver, Hazel McKinistry,' Anna Mae
Colorado (Telephone, CHerry
y.,
Thorp, Mrs. J. F. Brown. -"
1767). . .
Officers: , ;
Pres., J. J. Nethery. IOWA CONFERENCE
Sec. and Treas., W. I. Montanye. Organized 1863
Executive Committee: J. J.
Nethery,':W.,L,Montanye, N. T. Territory: The State :of ;Iowa,
Sutton, B. M. Grandy, E. F. PoPulatiOn: 2,470,939 i churches,
Heim, A. J. Meiklejohn, . 63; members, 2,835.
Pingenot. Office: 734 Main St., Nevada, Iowa.
Legal Assn.: "The Seventh-day (Telephone 158).
Adventist Association of Color- Officers: , 7- Sh:
Tres., R. S. Fries.
Pres., J. 3.!Nethery; Sec.-Treas., Sec. and :Treas., J. H. Nies.,
-W. I. Montanye. Eecutive Committee: R. B.
Department Secretaries: Fries, J. H, Nies, 1c. L. Gant,
Book and Bible House, W.. I. J. L. Neal, H. C. Hartman, J. R.
Montanye. NelSon, L. C. Christofferson.
Educational, G. M. Mathews: Legal Assn.: " The Iowa Sev-
Field Miss., W. G. Herndon. `enth4lay AdVentiSt ,ASsOciationi"
Home Miss:, E. L. Pingenot. R. S. FrieS, chairian; J.11. Nies,
Medical, Dr. H. A. Green. Sec. and Treas. - .
:Rel. Lib., A. J. Meiklejohn. Department Secretaries:
'Sabbath School, E. L. Pingenot. Bk. and Bible House, J. H, Nies.)
-Y. P. M. V.; G. M. Mathews. Educational and' Y. P: M. Y.,
Ministersi K. L. Gant.. -
j. Nethery, N; T. Sutton, B. Field Miss, C. A. Edwards.
Field
M:1Grandy, M. B. Van .Kirk, G. Home Misa. and Sabbath School,
Anglebarger, W. M.. Andreas, B. A. Scherr.
G. T. Vore, C. E. :Grant, A: J. -Medical, - J. F. Morse,' M. P.
7-Meiklejohn, C. F. Lickey, E. F. R61. Lib.,. R. S. Fries.
:Henn, F. S. Chollar, A. H. Johns, Ministers: . -
G. W. Chambers, G. M. MatheWs, R. S. Fries, A. L. Miller,. K.-1.
E. L. PingenOt, J. A. Nordstrom, Gant, J. F. Morse M.
M. R.
H. J. Meyer, H. J. Nelson, M.. N. Skadsheim, C. H.
Missionary Licentiates: Millet, B. A. Schen., Stemple
W. I. Montanye; W. G. Herndon. White, R. E. Griffin.
Church School Teachers: Licentiates:
-
E. 0. Westermeyer, Mrs. E.O. Arthur.. Axelsen, L. P. Knecht,
Westermeyer, Robert Young, 'Es- W. A. Howe, H. C. Hartman,
ther Heini, Dorothy Blaekwell, W.- R. Archbold, C. A. Edwards.
Hazel Baughman, Henry; Deapen, Missionary Licentiates:
Opal Dickerson; D. Cowin, J. H. Nies, Ruby McSparran.
Carolyn Thorp, Luta Wilbourn, Church School Teachers:
Mrs..D. V. Cowin, Mrs. H. W. Loraine Arnold, Gladys Flatten;
Hart, Juanita Paxton, R. E. Fin- Mrs. Laura Rahn, Ida Edgerton,
ney; Helen Schultz, -1 Marie Hae- Wesley Glantz, Mrs. Wesley
feli, Beatrice Rosa,. Harriet Love, Glantz, Richard Minesinger, Mrs.
W. A. :Wolcott, Mra. C.. D.. Gladys Huston, Mrs. Cecil Con-
ety,W. GibSon, Gladys Munn, quest, Lucile Turner, Josephine
A. R. Moorley; L. M. Cowin, Mrs. Rockwell, Hazel Rasmussen; Ger-
CENTRAL UNION CONFERENCE 33

ald Neff, Lois Robbins, Ina Rif- H. D. Jeffries, Eileen Rose,


fel, Calvin Gordon, Mrs. Calvin Mrs. Hugh Jones, Louis Pettis,
Gordon, Murl Vance. Mrs. Louis Pettis, M. M. Ra-
buka, Fannie Rabuka, Olivia
KANSAS CONFERENCE Brickman, Mrs. Leonard Wood.
Organized 1875; reorganized 1914 MINNESOTA CONFERENCE
Territory: The State of Kansas. Organized 1862
Population: 1,880,999; churches, Territory: The State of Minne-
64; members, 2,966. sota.
Office Address: 612 Taylor St., To- Population: 2,563,953; churches,
peka, Kansas (Phone, 2-4141). 65; members,3,785.
Mail Address: Box 267, Topeka, Office: 1854 Rolyn Ave., St. Paul.
Kans. Minn. (Telephone, Midway
Officers: 8441.)
Pres., A. H. Rulkoetter. Officers:
Sec. and Treas., T. C. Nethery. Pres., V. J. Johns. Telephone,
Executive Committee: A. H. Regent 1770.
Rulkoetter, T. C. Nethery, E. D. Sec. and Treas., B. C. Marshall
Kirk, E. H. Meyers, A. A. Dirk- (Telephone, Midway 2871).
sen, W. J. Morris. Executive Committee: V. J.
Legal Assn.: "The Kansas Sev- Johns, August S. Anderson, J. C.
enth-day Adventists Conference Nixon, L. L. Provencher, A. G.
Association." Goude, N. R. Nelson, B. C. Mar-
Department Secretaries: shall.
Book and Bible House, T. C. Legal Assn.: " The Minnesota
Nethery. Conference Association of Sev-
Educational and Y. P. M. V., enth-day Adventists."
A. M. Ragsdale. Department Secretaries.
Field Miss., C. M. Norman. Book and Bible House, B. C.
Religious Liberty, A. C. Long. Marshall.
Sabbath School and Home Miss., Educational, J. C. Nixon.
E. H. Meyers. Field Miss., J. M. Jackson.
Ministers: Home Miss. and Sabbath Sch.,
A. H. Rulkoetter, N. J. Aalborg, J. C. Christenson.
A. C. Griffin, A. A. Dirksen, E. Religious Lib., Varner J. Johns.
H. Meyers, A. C. Long, A. M. Y. P. M. V., J. C. Nixon.
Ragsdale, H. Wentland, E. S. Ministers:
Dillett. A. S. Anderson, L. E. Niermeyer,
Honorary: A. S. Bringle. August Anderson, C. Edwardson,
Licentiates: David Gulbrandson, A. J. Hays-
E. D. Kirk, M. H. Jensen, C. M. mer, N. R. Nelson, J. C. Nixon,
Norman. IL M. Hiatt, V. J. Johns, W. B.
Pontynen, J. C. Christenson, J.
Missionary Licentiates: L. Tucker, S. G. Haughey, C. S.
T. C. Nethery, Edna Wallace. Weist, L. S. Melendy.
Church School Teachers: Licentiates:
Gladys Wagner, Mildred Priest, H. E. Preston, A. G. Thompson,
Mrs. May A. McNamee, Joseph- Ernest Hanson, B. C. Marshall,
ine C. Whitney, Russell E. Val- J. M. Jackson, J. C. Harder.
entine, P. W. Peters, Thelma Missionary Licentiates:
Imler, Esther Schneider, Esther Mrs. B. V. Cummings, Lillie
Siebenlist, Ralph Browning, Deters, Bertha Galstad, Rachel
2
34 CENTRAL UNION CONFERENCE

G. Landrum, Jennie Lindquist, Missionary Licentiates:


Alice E. Mattson. I. H. Harrison, Ida Robinson,
Alta Nesbit, Hester Kessler.
Church School Teachers: Church School Teachers:
Lawrence Burgeson, Mrs. S. J. Mrs. R. H. Bagley, H. W. Bass,
Skadsheim, Ruth Nelson, Thurs- E. J. Santee, Sigrid Olson, T. I.
ton Waterhouse, Edelbert B. Durm, Mrs. T. I. Durm, Thelma
Hallsted, Anna Anderson, Helen McBroom, Laverne Turner, G. H.
Smith, Mrs. Ethel LeBard, Mrs. Minchin, Mrs. G. H: Minchin,
Mabel Peterson, Mrs. Esther Howard Welch, Clyde Bushnell,
Rockwell, Bernice Searle, Mrs. Herman Miller, Mrs. Herman
H. W. Denton, Helen Zeelau, Millt4, Naomi Lile, Olga Alms-
Herbert Nelson, Salisbury Zyt- kog.
koskee, Ellen Swaysee, Mrs. Au-
gust Anderson; A. M. Amundson,
Mrs. Verla Bates, Hedvig NelSon. NEBRASKA CONFERENCE
Organized 1878
MISSOURI CONFERENCE Territory: The State of Nebraska.
Organized 1876; reorganized 1914. Population: 1,377,963; churches,
''*.; Territory: The State of Missouri. 52; members, 2,828.
'-' Population: 3,629,367; churches, Office Address: 1405 South Se-Venth
42; members, 2,599. St., Lincoln, Nebr. (Telephone
Office: 616 South Second St., Clin- F-2171.)
ton, Mo. (Telephone 250.) Officers:
Officers: Pres., T. B. Westbrook.
Pres., Chas. Thompson. Sec. and Treas.,'F. W. Schnepper.
See. and Treas., I. H. Harrison. Executive Committee: 'T. B.
Executive - Committee: , Chas. Westbrook; F. W. Schnepper, R.
Thompson, I. H. Harrison;'0. T. T. Baer, G. A. 'Williams, 0. E.
Garber, J. H. Speiser, Melvin Hutches, 'R. 0. Stretter, T. M.
Oss, E. L. Branson. Laugher,.
Legal Ainin.: Missouri Confer- Legal Assn.:
b "NebraSka Confer-
ence AsSociation of Seventh-day ence Association of the Seventh-
Adventists; Pres., Chas. Thomp- day Adventists."
son; Treas.,. I. H. Harrison. Department Secretaries:
Department Secretaries: Book and Bible House; E. W.
Book and Bible House, I. H. Schnepper. '
Harrison. Educational and Sabbath School,
Educational, Home Miss. and Augusta B. Jorgensen.
Y. P. M. V., Melvin Oss. Field Miss.; 'P. E. Shakespeare.
Field Miss., R. J. Thomas. Religious Lib., T. B. Westbrook.
Sab. School and Religious Lib., Y. P. M. V., and Home Miss.,
Chas. Thompson. L. 0. Jorgensen.
Ministers: ... Ministers:
Chhs.. Thompson, E. L. Branson, T. 13. Westbrook, M. B. Butter:
A. A. Leiske, C: J. 'Metzger, O. T. field, R. T. Baer, G. E. Hutches,
Garner, Melvin Oss, T. H. Alli-' T. M. Lfingberg, E. L. Cardey;
son. L. G. Jorgensen.
Honorary: W. K. Smith. Honorary: L. E. Johnson.
Licentiates: Licentiates:
R. M. Carter, James Gaitens, F. W. Schnepper, P. E. Shake-
R. M. Whitsett, S. A. Douglas. speare.
CENTRAL UNION CONFERENCE 35

Honorary Licentiate: lenko, D. C. Newbold. R. R.


Chas. MdWilliams. Newman.
Missionary Licentiates: Honorary: J. H. Seibel, J. A.
Mrs. Anna Wade, Augusta B. Litwinenco.
Jorgensen. Licentiate:
Church Scliool Teachers: Geo. Loewen.
Fred Walthers; Mrs. Fred Wal- Missionary Licentiates:
thers, 0. S. Specht, Mrs. 0. S. S. E. Ortner, Ida Risloo.
Specht, Mrs. Carl Shafer, Paul Church School Teacher:
Haughey, Mrs. C. A. Lindquist, Gideon Hochstetter.
Marguerite Johnson, Mrs. E. L.
Johnson, Myrtle Reinmuth, Mu-
riel Fleming, Mrs. Flora Moyers, SOUTH DAKOTA CONFERENCE
Lillie Beeson, Ethel Johnson. Organized 1879
Territory: The State of South
Dakota.'
NORTH DAKOTA CONFER- Population: 692,849; churches,
ENCE 34; members, 1,609.
Organized 1902 Office Address: Broadway and
Third Ave., N. E., Watertown, S.
Territory: The. State of North Dak. (Telephone, 2115.)
Dakota.
Population: 680,845; churches; Postal Address: Drawer 36, Water-
63; members, 2,608. town, S. Dak.
Office Address: 312 West Second Officers:
St.; Jamestown, North Dakota Pres., J. H. Roth.
(Telephone 6761. Sec.-Treas., B. L. Schlotthauer.
Postal. Address: Box 1491, James- Executive Committee: J. H.
town, North Dakota. Roth, B. L. Schlotthauer, E. E.
Officers: Bietz, J. R. Staton, Carl Haffner,
Pres., E. H. Oswald. J. M. Christensen, C. M. Bab-
Sec. and Treas., S. E. Ortner. cock.
Executive Committee: E. H. Legal Assn.: "South Dakota
Osald, S. E. Ortner, E. A. Piper, Conference of Seventh-day Ad-
Aug. }finger, John Suckut, H. ventists." Pres., J. H. Roth;
McGill, G. F. Theiss. Sec.-Treas., B. L. Schlotthauer.
Legal Assn.: " The North Da- Department Secretaries:
kota Conference Association of Book and Bible House, B. L.
Seventh-day Adventists." Schlotthauer.
DepartMent Secretaries: Educational and Sabbath school,
Book and Bible House, S. E. Mary D. Hopkins.
Ortner. Field Miss., M. A. Wyman.
Educational, Home Miss., and Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Y. P. M. V., R. R. Bietz. Leslie McKinley.
Field MisS'., Religious Liberty, J. H. Roth.
Sab: School and Religious" Lib., Ministers:,
E. H. Oswald. J. H. Roth, C. M. Babcock, A. W.
Ministers:: Kuehl, Carl Beck, J. R. Staton,
E. H. Oswald, D. K. Olson, E. A. 0. E. Leffler.
Piper, G. P. Gaede, George Hme- Licentiates:
levsky,- J. H. Rhoads, 0. F. E. E. Bietz, J. A. Estey, L. L.
Theiss, R. R. Bietz, J. C. Micha- McKinley, M. A. Wyman.
36 CENTRAL UNION CONFERENCE

Missionary Licentiates: Mrs. L. G. Beans, Mrs. Logan


B. L. Schlotthauer, Mary D. Hop- Grubbs, Mrs. R. W. Leach, Mrs.
kins, Ruth Steitz. W. D. Jennings.
Church School Teachers:
Perry G. Hills, Victoria Larsen,
Cleora Turner, Florence Moser, INSTITUTIONS IN THE CEN-
Merton Babcock, Lena Myers, TRAL UNION CONFERENCE -
Mrs. Joe Wallman, Hazel J. Educational:
Willard. Campion Academy, Loveland,
Colo.
Enterprise Academy, Enterprise,
WYOMING MISSION Kans.
Maplewood Academy, Hutchin-
Territory: State of Wyoming. son, Minn.
Population: 225,565; churches, Oak Park Academy, Nevada,
12; members, 534. Iowa.
Address: 1203 South Oak St., Cas- Plainview Academy, Redfield, S.
per, Wyo. (Telephone 1053.) Dak.
Supt.:. C. A. Purdom. Shelton Academy, Shelton, Nebr.
Executive Committee: C. A. Sheyenne River Academy, Har-
Purdom, J. F. Piper, S. J..Lash- vey, N. Dak.
ier, Theodore Nelson, F. 0. Cah- Union College, College View Sta-
aday. tion, Lincoln, Nebr.
Department Secretaries: Publishing:
Book and Bible House and Sab- 'Pacific Press Pub. Assn. Branch,
bath School, Mrs. J. W. Frank- 2211 Farnam St., Omaha,j
lin. Nebr.
Y. P. M. V., Educational, and Christian Record Ifeite;q:ilent
Home Miss., C. A. Purdom Assn., College View Station,
Ministers: Lincoln, Nebr.
C. A. Purdom, F. C. Clark. Sanitariums:
Licentiates: Boulder - Colorado Sanitarium,
L. W. 'Welch, J. W. Franklin. Boulder, Colo.
Honorary: L. G. Beans, Carl Iowa Sanitarium, Nevada, Iowa.
Mock. Porter Sanitarium and Hospital,
Church School Teachers: 2525 South Downing St., Den-
Carl Mock, Estella Boothby, ver, Colo.

COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1937
Territory: The conferences of Officers:
Chesapeake, East Pennsylvania, Pres., H. J. Detwiler.
New Jersey, Ohio, Potomac, Sec.-Treas. and Auditor, W. B.
West Pennsylvania, West Vir- Mohr.
ginia.
Population: 26,827,212; churches, Executive Committee: H. J.
283; members, 15,676. Detwiler, W. B. Mohr, the presi-
Office: 507 Flower Ave., Takoma, dents of conferences in Union,
Park, D. C. (Telephone, Shep. J. P. Neff, B. G. Wilkinson, Dr.
3163.) A. W. Truman, H. H. Hamilton,
COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE 37
E. M. Fishell, E. A. Manry, C. E. ties of Montgomery, Garrett
. Palmer, J. E. Cox. and Allegany, in Maryland; and
Legal Assn.: " Columbia Union including the counties of ivior-
Conference Association of Sev- gan, Berkeley, and Jefferson in
enth-day Adventists." West Virginia, and Accomac and
Department Secretaries: Northampton in Virginia.
Educational, B. G. Wilkinson. Population: 1,820,845; churches,
Field Miss., E. M. Fishell. 24; members, 1,422.
Home Miss.. E. A. Manry. Office: 24 Fusting Ave, Catonsville
Religious Liberty, F. H. Robbins. Branch, Baltimore, Md. (Tele-
Y. P. M. V., J. P. Neff. phone: Gilmor 3840).
Ministers:
H. J. Detwiler, B. G. Wilkinson, Officers:
H. A. Morrison, J. S. Washburn, Pres., W. C. Moffett.
E. A. Manry, C. P. Bollman, W. Sec. and Treas., H. E. Garrarde.
R. French, J. W. Mace, H. H. Executive Committee: W. C.
Hamilton, F. H. Robbins, E. M. Moffett, W. C. Witt, L. H. King,
Fishell, F. D. Nichol, W. E. Barr, F. C. Phipps, H. E. Garrarde, W.
N. J. Waldorf, W. P. Elliott, T. E. Strother, C. W. Guenther.
M. French. Legal Assn.: " Chesapeake Con-
Honorary: H. W. Herrell, W. H. ference Assn. of S. D. A."
Sebastian, J. W. McCord, C. C. I Board of Trustees: W. C. Mof-
Webster, R. D. Hottel, C. L. fett, L. H. King, F. C. Phipps,
White, C. H. Keslake, G. L. C. W. Guenther, J. W. Hughes,
West, E. W. Carey, W. E. Bid- H. E. Garrarde, W. E. Strother.
well, G. W. Holman, M. E. Cady, Department Secretaries:.
S. M. Cobb, J.' P. Gaede, G. ^W. Book and Bible House, H. E.
Lawrence, J. J. Marietta, L. S. Garrarde.
Wheeler, F. L. Chaney, V. Dietel, Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
J. H. Wierts, C. L. Stone, G. W. C. Moffett.
Mediary, W. L. Adkins, Charles Field Miss., W. A. Bean_
Baierle, A. N. Durrant, W. C. Religious Liberty, . _
Young, H. C. J. Walleker, W. L. Sabbath School and Home Miss.,
Lowry, G. H. Clark, I. D. Rich- R. E. Crawford.
ardson. Ministers:
Licentiates: W. C. Moffett, C. 'W. Guenther,
A. W. Werline, J. P. Neff, F. A. F. C. Phipps, A. J. Evelyn, S. M.
Coffin, D. W. Reavis, E. L. Rich- Cobb, W. F. Schmidt, L. H.
mond, L. W. Graham, C. C. Pul- King.
ver, L. F. Thiel, Clarence Lawry. Licentiates:
Honorary: G., H. Clark. R. E. Crawford, W. A. Beall, H.
Missionary Licentiates: E. Garrarde, L. W. Kurz.
Dr. Lauretta E. Kress, R. W. Missionary Licentiate:
Conard, Lora Clement, C. E. Pal- Emma Newcomer.
mer, Dr. R. L. Runk, Mrs. .C. C. Church School Teachers:
Lewis, W. B. Mohr, Mrs. L. A. D. Kaelin, Ellen Acton, Ar-
Holbert. liene Norton. Violet Wills, Zilda
Forde, Mrs. W. D. Mosley, Mrs.
CHESAPEAKE CONFERENCE Lillian Pinkney, Hugh Kimball,
Mrs. Hugh Kimball, Ruth Gove,
Organized 1890 Mrs. E. L. Hansen, D. A. Penrod,
Territory: The States of Delaware Mrs. D. A. Penrod, Rose. DeBene-
and Maryland, except the coun- -, detto, Raymond Montgomery.
38 COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE

EAST PENNSYLVANIA. CON- Belmont. Sadie Baker, Mrs.


FERENCE Lydia Kester, B. P. Gernet.
Organized in 1903, out of territory Church School Teachers:.
comprising t h e Pennsylvania Margaret Bush, Jean Wingate,
Conference, which was organ- Margaret Van Buskirk, Elva Coji-
ized in 1879. ple, Sterling Gernet, Mrs. Ster-
Territory: That portion of Penn- ling Gernet, Mrs. Amos Miller,
sylvania lying east of the east Mrs. C. W. Rauch, Mrs. Dorothy
em line of Potter, Clinton, Cen- Gumpp, Blanche Shoup, Alma
ter, Mifflin, Huntingdon, and Edwards, Mrs. Evelyn Gernet,
Fulton Counties. Margaret Everet, Myra Simpson,
Population: 5,674,254; churches, Mrs. Walter Conrad, Vera Amick,
48; members, 2,615. Mrs. Albert Gibson, Anna Fuchs,
Office: 3256 Germantown Ave.. L. H. Chisholm, Helen Bassett,
Philadephia, Pa. (Phone, Rad- Hope Muchler, Ella Walde, Mrs.
cliffe 4897.) Mabel Dominiski, Kathryn Ertel,
Mrs. L. H. Chisholm.
Officers:
Pres., W. M. Robbins.
Sec. and Treas., A. E. King.
Executive Committee: W. M. NEW JERSEY CONFERENCE
Robbins, A. E. King, F. A. Hon- Organized 1902
icker, U. D. Pickard, R. M. . ,
Spencer, J. E. Cox, Walter Ed- Territory: The State of New Jer-
wards, I. H. Johnson, F. P. sey.
Hankin. Population: 4,041,334; churches,
Legal Assn.: " The East Pennsyl- 47; members, 2,075.
vania Conference Assn. of S. D. Office: 1574 Brunswick Ave., Tren-
A., Inc." ton, N. J. (Telephone 2-3919.)
Department Secretaries: Officers:
Book and Bible House, B. P. Ger- Pres., W. A. Nelson.
net. Sec. and Treas., W. H. Jones.
Educational, Mrs. H. Lenore Executive Committee: W. A.
Pickard. Nelson, 0. J. Nerlund, H. .1.
Field Miss., J. R. Ridenour. Adams, S. R. Dickerson, C. B.
Home Miss., J. C. Holland. Newmeyer; J. H. Wagner, H. G.
Religious Lib., W. M. Robbins. Gauker.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Legal Assn.: "New Jersey Con
Mrs. A. E. King. ference Association of S. D. A."
Ministers: Department.Secretaries:
W. M. Robbins, H. A. Vandeman, Book and Bible House, W. H.
W. J. Venen, J. E. Cox, R. M. Jones.
Spencer, J. A. Dominiski,G. S. Educational and Sabbath School.
Rapp, Carl Bruck, U. D. ckard, Miss E. R. Hochschorner.
M. A. Maloney, B. E. Miller. Field Miss., G. H. Carter.
Licentiates: Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
J. R. Ridenour, J. C. Holland, S. R. J. Christian.
H. McLennan, Dallas Youngs. Religious Liberty, W. A. Nelson.
Ministers:
Missionary Licentiates: W. A. Nelson, 0. J. Nerlund, H.
A. E. King, Mrs. A. E. King, G. Gauker, C. B. Newmyer, S. E.
Mrs. H. Lenore Pickard, Mrs. Norton, J. C. Oswald, J. B. Peri-
Jessie M. Curtis, Miss Maude ner, J. H. Wagner, G. A. Coon.
COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE 39

Licentiates: ' - H. K. Christman-, A. Yakush,


H. J. Shaw, R. F. Holt, C. Bu- M. R. Coon, Milan Ostoich, D. A.
fame, G. H. Carter, H. J. Chris- :..Rees, G. W. Hosford, 'D. F. Roth,
tian; W. H. Jones, , A. D. Nagy, M. S. &infield; RY.F. Farley.
W. W. Fordham. ' Ildnorary: L. A. -Spring, J. G.
Missionary Licentiates: Hanna, N. J. Michaelenko, J. F.
Miss E. R. Hochschorner, Mrs. L. Olmsted.
Steiker. Licentiates:
Church School Teachers: D. S. Teters, 0. S. Hershberger,
Hilda A. Brandt, -Esther Mitchi- C. H. Kelly, C. E. Welch, A. W.
son; 'Marie Fuchs, Elfrieda Perrino, 0. C. Weller, P. C.
Kuntz, Beulah diarmon, Irma Cardey, M. A. Bourdeau, R. K.
Mirtin, Phyllis Zinke, Mrs. Mary Krick, E. M. AndrOss, Leon Rob-
Gaskill,'Mrs. Hazel Carlisle, Mrs. ' bins.
:Dora. -Maskey, Mrs. Grace Meade, Missionary Licentiates:
Mrs: Hattie Hand, Helen Mead, Lillie Kraft, Cora Gibson,. Mrs.
Clarence' Robinsen. Estelle Lackey, Miss J. M. 'Gil-
lam, A. B. Cole, W. H. Baker,
, Frances Dingee.
OHIO CONFERENCE Church School Teachers:
Organized 1863 J. Y. Olmsted, Mrs. J. F. Olm-
sted, Mrs. Amanda Kirkpatrick,
Territory:,The State of Ohio.. Bertha Laughlin, Lottie Gibson,
Population:, 6,646,697; churches, Priscilla Kistler, Lorraine Fank-
76; rmertibers, 4,223. houser, Frances Ballard, Nellie
Postal Address: Box 831, Mt.' Ver- Westrick, A. W. Perrine, Ed-
non, Ohio. (Telephone 1176.) ward Barnes, Mrs. Edward
Officers: . Barnes, Zelia Miller, Mrs. Mil-
Pres., F. H. kAbins: dred Smith, Mrs. Wm. Tanner,
Sec: and'Treas.,C. H. Kelly. . ' Lena Myers, Marie Justiss, Mrs.
Executive Committee: F. IL John Upton, Lucile Hall, Nina
Robbins,' C. E. Welch, W. F. Hunt, Jos. Beach, Mrs. Jos.
Schwartz; M. R. Coon, M. S. Beach, Willie Mae Woll, Pearle
Banfield, D. .S. Teters;' O S. Kattelman, G. H. Grosboll, Mrs.
Hershberger, D. A. Rees. G. H. Grosboll, R. C. Kraft, Mrs.
Legal Assn,i ." The Ohio Confer- R. C. Kraft, Albert Lawson,
ence Agin. of the S. D. A. Mrs. Albert Lawson, Frank Ful-
P'res., F. H. Robbins; ler, Mrs. Frank Fuller, Naomi
Sep., C. 0. Kelly. ' Van Horn, Avis Wiggins, Doro-
Department Secretaries: thy Copening, Florence Shell-
Book and Bible House,,' C. H. burg, Frances Blake, Mrs. H. H.
F
Tyler.
;k3 Educational and Y.' P. M. V.,
H. K. Christman.
Field Miss.., 0. C. Weller. POTOMAC CONFERENCE
HOine 'Miss., Geo. Butler. Organized 1924
Medical, C. E. Welch.
Religious Libeity, F. H. Robbins. Territory: The State of Virginia,
Sabbath School, Ceo. Butler. except Aceomac and Northamp-
Ministers: ton Counties; 'the District of
F. H. Robbins, George Butler, Columbia; and that portion of
0. F. SclisVefirat, O. Gordon, Prince George's County, Mary-
J. 117. Shultz, W. F. Schwartz, land, within five miles of the
40 COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE

District line; and Montgomery Giddings, Dorothy Gray, Mrs. E.


County, Maryland. H. Craig, Mae Painter, Mrs. C.
Population: 2,910,991; churches, W. Murphy, Mrs. R. L. Thomas,
44; members, 3,303. Linnaea Erickson, Mrs. Marjorie
Office: 411 Cedar St., Takoma Stone, Louise Stuart, Mae Car-
Park, Washington, D. C. (Tele- berry, Mrs. Donald Brown, Mrs.
phone, Georgia 1256.) C. V. Jeffers, Annabelle Eshenko,
Officers: Mrs. Raymond Hill, Mrs. Harry
Pres., J. W. MacNeil. Lodge, Mrs. C. E. Norton, Nellie
Sec. and Treas., E. F. Willett. Jeffers, Andrew Fearing, Mrs.
Executive Committee : J. W. Andrew Fearing, V. D. Henry,
MacNeil, C. J. Coon, J. G. Dasent, Ruby Ingle, Irene Walker, May-
J. L. Price, 'W. C. Hannah, L. W. belle Vandermark, Naomi Ingle,
Graham, J. H. Smith, E. F. Wil- Susie Klose, Lulu Leech, Mrs.
lett, C. C. Pulver. Sydney Tymeson, Mrs. Ray
Legal Assn.: " Potomac Confer- Doyle, Mrs. Martin Hiebert,
ence Corporation of S. D. A." Alma Davis, Grace Harrison.
Also, " District of Columbia
Conf. Corp. of S. D. A." and WEST PENNSYLVANIA CON-
"Virginia Conf. Agency of S. FERENCE
D. A."
Department Secretaries: Organized 1903
Bk. and Bible House, J. A. Bee. Territory: All of Pennsylvania ly-
Educational and Sabbath School, ing west of the easterly line of
Mrs. C. P. Sorensen. Potter, Clinton, Center, Mifflin,
Field Miss., F. E. Thumwood. Huntingdon, and Fulton Coun-
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., ties.
C. P. Sorensen. Population: 3,957,096; churches,
Religious Liberty, J. W. MacNeil. 30; members, 1,376.
Ministers: Office: Newill Bldg., cor. Otter-
J. W. MacNeil, B. F. Bryan, B. man and Main Sts., Greensburg,
E. Connerly, J. H. Smith, S. R. Penn. (Telephone, 2520).
Haynes, R. D. Hottel, W. E. Bid- Office Address: P. 0. Box 235,
well, A. E. Webb, J. G. Dasent, Greensburg, Penna.
W. 0. Berry, H. L. Shoup, W. S. Officers:
Mead. Pres., M. G. Conger.
Licentiates: Sec.-Treas., C. M. Paden.
E. F. Willett, M. J. Shanko, W. Executive Committee: M. C.
C. Hannah, C. P. Sorensen, L. 0. Conger, L. C. Evans, T. M. Rowe,
Coon, P. Hafenmayr, A. A. Doug- W. A. Kelly, J. H. Humphrey,
las, W. B. Hill, F. E. Thumwood, G. H. Herdman, C. M. Paden.
James Stanley, Monroe Burgess. Legal Assn.: " West Pennsyl-
Missionary Licentiates: vania Conference Assn. of S.
Mrs. B. E. Connerly, Mrs. C. P. D. A."
Sorensen, J. A. Bee, Mrs. G. Department Secretaries:
E. 1Vales, Kathleen Meyer, Book and Bible House, C. M.
Maybelle Vandermark, Mae Car- Paden.
berry, A. C. Fearing, Mrs. A. C. Educational, Eloise F. Williams.
Fearing. Field Miss., F. D. Myers.
Church School Teachers: Religious Liberty, M. G. Conger.
Josephine Billheim er, Bertha Sabbath School, Home Miss.,
Hassenpflug, Elizabeth Norfleet, and Young People's Miss. Vol-
Mrs. William Shephard, Emeth unteer, R. H. Fickling.
COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE 41

Ministers: Educational, C. V. Leach.


M. G. Conger, T. M. Rowe, C. W. Field Miss., C. V. Leach.
Weber, R. S. Lindsay, L. C. Sabbath School, Y. P. M. V., and
Evans, A. D. Haynal, L. W. Home Miss., C. V. Leach.
Belote. Ministers:
Licentiates: C. V. Leach, T. W. Thirlwell, 0.
C. M. Paden, R. H. Fickling, A. G. Carnes, Chancy Wood, A. E.
J. Robbins, F. D. Myers, Russell Hoist, R. B. Clapp.
Quackenbush, C. E. Reichen- Licentiates:
baugh, Virgil Gibbons. L. L. Philpott, J. W. Hirlinger,
Missionary Licentiates: Jr.
Eloise F. Williams, Mrs. R. H. Missionary Licentiates:
Fickling, Leslie R. Mansell. N. C. VanHorn. Jessie Welsh.
Church School Teachers: Church School Teachers:
Eloise F. Williams, Julia Edson, Lillian Halstead, Sam Mine-
Miriam Burgess, Florence Miles, singer, Mrs. Mary Varney, Eliza-
Helen Peters, Cleo Frederick. beth Thorgeson, R. S. Finch.
WEST VIRGINIA CONFER- INSTITUTIONS IN THE COLUM-
ENCE BIA UNION CONFERENCE
Organized 1887 Educational:
Columbia Junior College, Ta-
Territory: The State of West Vir- koma Park, Washington, D. C.
ginia, except the counties of Home Study Institute, Takoma
Morgan, Berkeley, and Jeffer- Park, Washington, D. 'C.
son, and including the counties Mt. Vernon Academy, Mt. Ver-
of Garrett and Allegany in non, Ohio.
Maryland. Shenandoah Valley Academy,
Population: 1,775,995; churches, New Market, Va.
14; members, 662. Takoma Academy, Takoma
Office: 1455 Seventh St., Parkers- Park, Washington, D. C.
burg, W. Va. (Telephoni, 394.) Washington Missionary College,
Officers: Takoma Park, Washington,
Pres., C. V. Leach. D. C.
Sec. and Treas., N. C. VanHorn. Publishing:
Executive Committee: C. V. Review and Herald Pub. Assn.,
Leach, T. W. Thirlwell, N. C. Takoma Park, Washington,
Van Horn, S. M. Robbins, 0. G. D. C.
Carnes. Washington Branch, Review and
Legal Assn.: " Seventh-day Ad- Herald Pub. Assn., Takoma
ventist Book Society." Park, Washington, D. C.
Department Secretaries: Sanitarium:
Book and Bible. House, N. C. Washington Sanitarium, Tako-
VanHorn. ma Park, Washington, D. C.

LAKE UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1901
Territory: The Conferences of In- Population: 18,650,488; churches,
diana, Illinois, Michigan, Wis- 370; members, 22,642.
consin. Office Address: Drawer C, Berrien
42 LAKE UNION CONFERENCE

Springs, Mich. (Telephone, 124.) Population: 7,891,964; churches,


Officers: 70; members, 4,961.
Pres., W. H. Holden. Office: Pacific Press Bldg., Brook-
Sec. and Treas., L. W. Foote. field, Ill. Mailing Address,Box
Auditor, H. P. Bloum. 29, Brookfield, Ill. (Telephone,
Executive Committee: W. H. Brookfield 6100.)
Holden, the presidents of the Officers:
conferences comprising the Lake Pres., M. A. Hollister.
Union Conference, and F. R. Sec. and Treas., E. G. Johansen.
Isaac, T. W. Steen, J. D. Snider, Executive Committee: M. A.
H. J. Sheldon, Wm. A. Butler, Hollister, E. G. Johansen, 0. 0.
H. P. Bloum, K. F. Ambs, L. W. Bernstein, H. E. Ford, F. A.
Foote, R. R. Brooks, 0. A. Troy. Wright, 0. J. Foreman, M. R.
Legal Assn.: " Lake Union Con- Bailey, Carl Becker.
ference Assn. of S. D. A." Legal Assn.: "The Illinois Con-
Department Secretaries: ference Assn. of S. D. A."
Educational, F. R. Isaac.
Field Miss., R. R. Brooks. Department Secretaries:
Home Miss., Wm. A. Butler. Book and Bible House, W. A.
Medical, . Petersen.
Negro, 0. A. Troy. Educational, T. S. Copeland.
Religious Lib., Wm. A. Butler. Field Miss., S. L. Clark.
Training School, T. W. Steen. Home Miss., C. S. Joyce.
Y. P. M. V., H. 'J. Sheldon. Religious Lib., M. A. Hollister.
Ministers: American Temperance Society,
W. H. Holden, R. R. Brooks, L. C. S. Joyce.
H. Wood, T. W. Steen, F. R. Sabbath School, Inis Morey.
Isaac, H. J. Sheldon, Wm. A. Y. P. M. V., T. S. Copeland.
Butler, H. E. Edwards, C. A. Ministers:
Burman, W. H. Wakeham, M. A. Hollister, M. R. Bailey, 0.
K. A. Offerman, August Ander- 0. Bernstein, S. G. Burley, Carl
son, D. A. Mozar, S. G: Burley, Becker, T. S. Copeland, C. R.
W. E. Straw, F. B. Jensen, J. T. Kinney, J. W. Kasa, D. A. Mo-
Bealdsley, H. D. Casebeer. zar, J. Vitrano, 0. A. Troy, F.
Hon6rary Credentials: P. L. A. Wright, Wm. C. Scheller,
Hoen, F. H. Henderson, T. F. Carl Swenson, G. 11. West, H. E.
Hubbard, E. Rosenwald, J. B. Bisel, Ilija Belich, C. S. Joyce,
Blosser, E. F. Ferris, P. E. Ber- A. J. Olson, A. F. Wellman.
thelsen. Honorary: W. H. S'herrig, C. T.
Licentiates: Redfield, Wm. A. Westworth, G.
J. D. Snider, Karl Mattson, 0. C. Hoskin, P. E. Berthelson.
Granlund, C. A. Thorp, H. G. Licentiates:
Reinmuth, Samuel Bara, J. H. V. R. Hillman, A. C. Lien, J. W.
Haughey. Osborn, F. S. Thompson, R. J.
Missionary Licentiates: Winders, Alexander Pietrasz, Dr.
Frank Hiner, H. P. Bloum, B. L. L. L. Andrews, H. E. Ford, Wni.
Grundset, Herbert Griffith, L. W. T. Hodgson, SoL. Clark.
Foote.
Missionary Licentiates:
Irma Lee Hewett, Mrs. Waaneita
ILLINOIS CONFERENCE Iles-Kneller, E. G. Johansen, This
Organized 1931 Morey, Mrs. Celia McAlister,
Helen Payne, W. A. Petersen.
Territory: The State of Illinois. Honorary: Mary B. Craig, Anna
LAKE UNION CONFERENCE 43

Hibben, Mrs. Katie Williams, H. Ministers:


B. Tucker. S. E. Wight, 0. K. Butler, 0. L.
Church School Teachers: Denslow, W. D. Forde, A. L.
Ava Kirkpatrick, Mabel Keller, Beazley, F. R. Wiggins, F. L.
Mildred Ostoich, Mrs. Jessie Tat- Abbott, F. 0. Sanders, T. J.
ton-Eytcheson, Leonard Hill, Iva Kroger, W. C. Loveless, V. P.
Branson, Mrs. Clara Quigley, Lovell, F. C. Carrier, J. 0.
Edna Wingard, Helen Swenson, Marsh
Grace Bush, Helen Cornwell, Honorary: A. W. Coon, T. F.
Margaret Booker, Elsie Roach, L. Hubbard, C. E. Allen, W. B.
G. Fon, Mrs. May Lemon, Antoi- White, G. W. Rader, Frank
nette Armondo, Marie E. Biggs, Weeks.
Fred Burkhardt, Alberta Butler, Licentiates:
Irma Clough, Mrs. Stephen Do- T. M. Butler, E. A. Jarreou, M.
bias, Eleanora Dybdahl, Gilbert W. Deming.
Holmes, Mrs. H. Lindsjo, Vivian Missionary Licentiates:
Steen, Florence Utter, Mrs. D. S. R. M. Harrison, C. B. Burgess,
Weinberg, Theodore McIntyre, Peter Oltean, Edith Cross, Kath-
Mrs. Theodore McIntyre. erine Lang.
Honorary: Mary Kent, Ida V.
Hadley, Eva Pitcher.
INDIANA CONFERENCE Church School Teachers:
W. A. Connell, Theodore Lucas,
Organized 1872 Mrs. T. Lucas, Wilbur Sanders,
Territory: The State of Indiana. Mrs. Bertha Stottlemyer,.Thomas
Population: 3,238,503; churches, Stottlemeyer, Mary Caton, Ger-
60; members, 3,292. trude Dabney, Margurite Osborn,
Office: 2156 Park Ave., Indianapo- Irene Amen, Delight Deming,
. lis, Ind. (Telephone, Hemlock Emma Frost, Mrs. Ora Moore,
2250.) Richard Little Mrs. Richard
Officers: Little, George Stone, Marjorie
Pres., S. E. Wight. Butler, Donald Patterson, Re-
Sec. and Treas., R. M. Harrison. bekah Jane Steen, Mrs. Eva
Executive Committee: S. E. Dart, Lillian Keller, Margaret
Wight, R. M. Harrison, A. H. Paden, Helene Hammond, Irene
Welklin, V. P. Lovell, F. L. Butler, Mrs. Lois Shandor, Helen
Abbott, L. J. Jordan, 0. L. Kannenberg, Leonard Wartzok,
Denslow. Mrs. Leonard Wartzok.
Legal Assn.: " The Indiana Assn.
of S. D. A." Incorporated. MICHIGAN CONFERENCE
" The Indiana Medical Miss. and Reorganized 1931
Benevolent Assn." Pres., W. H.
Holden; Vice-Pres., S. E. Wight; Territory: State of Michigan.
Sec. and Treas., L. W. Foote. Population: 4,842,325; churches,
Department Secretaries: 149; members, 10,365.
Book and Bible House, C. B. Office: 115 West Allegan St., 400
Burgess. 0 Bauch Bldg., Lansing, Mich.
Educational and Miss. Vol., W. (Telephone, Dial 53333).
C. LoVeless. Officers:
Field Miss., T. M. Butler. Pres., C. B. Haynes.
Home Miss. and Sabbath School, Sec. and Treas., E. L. Green.
J. 0. Marsh. Executive Committee: C. B.
Rel. Lib., F. L. Abbott. Haynes, E. L. Green T. G. Bunch,
44 LAKE UNION CONFERENCE

W. S. Cole, 0. T. Burt, H. B. man, Okareda Ketterman, H. E.


Taylor. Moon, Agnes Webber, E. S.
Legal Assn.: "Michigan Confer- Knecht, Sadia Willette, Edith
ence Assn. of Seventh-day Ad- Shepard, A. E. VanNoty, F. B.
ventists," Incorporated. Steen.
Association Trustees: C. B. Church School Teachers:
Haynes, W. S. Cole, 0. T. Burt, Mrs. Wilbur Andrews, Mildred
E. L. Green, T. G. Bunch; H. B. Avery, Gladys Bakeman, Bertha
Taylor. Bollinger, H. H. Crandell, Mrs.
Department Secretaries: H. H. Crandell, Emilie Crouch,
Book and Bible House, E. S. Louise Cunningham, Harold' Cur-
Knecht. rent, Ada Dean, Dorothy Dean,
Educational, T. E. Unruh. Mrs. Katherine Dennis, Mrs.
Field Miss., M. H. Odegaard. Irma Ellsworth, Irene Forquer,
Home Miss., E. R. Potter. Dora Greve, Mrs. Glen Hallock,
Medical, Dr. C. J. Sevener. Theta Harper, Robert Hervig,
Religious Liberty, C. B. Haynes. Mrs. Robert Hervig, Bernice
Sabbath School, Edith Shepard. Johnson, Edith Jones, Madge
Y. P. M. V., L. L. Murphy. Kamerer, Obed Klein, Marian
Ministers: Krater, Lena Lipke, L. E. Lude-
C. B. Haynes, H. J. Alcock, Al- man, Mrs. L. E. Ludeman, Grace
fred Gordon, W. C. Hankins, Maas, Ardenne May, Wilbur
Henry Berg, J. H. Laurence, L. Morrow, Mrs. Wilbur Morrow,
L. Murphy, V. P. Hulse, W. L. Virginia Mott, Edith Murner,
Latham, L. W. Light, D. S. Os- Florence Orth, Mrs. Martin Pear-
good, H. L. Peden, W. A. Nelson, son, Laura Pelleymounter, Mrs.
B. L. Post, C. W. Pruitt, C. E. Mary Pope, R. R. Schwartz, Mrs.
Rentfro, C. N. Sanders, A. R. R. Schwartz, Catherine Shep-
R. Sherman, H. B. Taylor, ard, Wilma Smith, Mary Louise
B. J. White, B. F. Williams, Stevens, Richard Stocker, Elaine
T. E. Unruh, T. G. Bunch, Terry, H. A. Weaver, Mrs. H. A.
Paul Matula, E. R. Potter, C. L. Weaver, Bernice Webber.
Vories, T. M. Crainean, H. W.
Williams, T. S. Hill, L. C.. Lee, WISCONSIN CONFERENCE
R. W. Moore, C. J. Coon. Organized 1871; divided as North
Honorary: E. I. Beebe, R. J. Bel- and South Wisconsin Conferences
lows, H. A. Boylan, M. C. Guild,
1916; reunited 1927.
F. J. Harris, J. W. Hirlinger,
Territory: The State of Wisconsin.
J. J. Irwin, R. U. Garrett, L. T.
Nicola, W. E. Videto, J. V. Maas, Population: 2,939,006; churches,
91; members, 4,024.
J. B. Blosser, C. M. Gruesbeck.
Licentiates: Office Address: Box 512, Madison,
S. W. Hyde, V. A. Anderson, Wis. (Telephone, Badger 2210.1
D. F. Haynes, V. Tkachuk, E. P. Officers:
Weaver, M. H. Odegaard, E. Pres., V. E. Peugh.
Heppenstall, L. 0. Irons. Sec. and Treas., C. B. Caldwell.
Missionary Licentiates: Executive Committee: V. E.
E. L. Green, Mrs. D. Brander, Peugh, H. Grundset, Lars Dyb-
Mrs. L. Davison, Jennie De- dahl, G. M. Pflugradt, C. B. Cald-
Young, Alma DuBois, Mrs. well, G. H. Simpson, M. E. An-
Myrta Fenner, Vinnie Goodner, derson.
C. J. Sevener, M. D., Mae Grills, Legal Assns.: " South Wisconsin
Millicent Jordan, Jody Ketter- Conference Assn. of the S. D. A."
LAKE UNION CONFERENCE 45

" North Wisconsin Conference Walter Nelson, Mrs. Walter Nel-


Assn. of S. D. A." (Continuing son, Mrs. Bessie W. Baker, Ruby
as long as there is business to be Dybdahl, Mrs. Martin Sievers,
done under that name.) Mrs. A. D. Davis, Ida Smalley,
Department Secretaries: Daisy Sterns, Adele Hamra, Cora
Book and Bible House, D. B. McChesney, Myrtle Johnson, Lil-
Wildman. lian Whitefield, Laurie B. Ben-
Field Miss., C. H. Smith. nett, Inez Bird, Eliza Parfitt,
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Lola Dutter, Ilizabeth Blake,
H. K. Halladay. Mrs. Boyd Jones, Alice Ander-
Religious Liberty, V. E. Peugh. son, Alfaretta Sherman, Mrs.
Sabbath School and Educational, Mary Keays Dunn, Alice Bodine,
Rose E. Herr. C. M. Bee, Mrs. C. M. Bee.
Ministers:
V. E. Peugh, A. J. Lockert, W. INSTITUTIONS IN THE LAKE
P. Ortner, W. Holbrook, M. E. UNION CONFERENCE
Anderson, H. Grundset, 0. A. Ly- Educational:
berg, J. A. Wasenmiller, G. H.
Simpson, H. K. Halladay, C. E. Adelphian Academy, Holly, Mich.
Hall, C. B. Messer, T. M. Sum- Bethel Academy, Bethel, Wis.
merville, R. F. Pitts, C. V. Broadview Academy, R. F. D. 1,
Keiser. Box 58, La Grange, Ill.
Honorary: F. Stebbeds, P. M. Cedar Lake Academy, Cedar
Hanson, H. A. Fish. Lake, Mich.
Emmanuel Missionary College,
Licentiates: Berrien Springs, Mich.
C. H. Smith, G. C. Sowler, Bruno Publishing:
Steinweg. Pacific Press Pub. Assn., Brook-
Missionary Licentiates: field, Ill.
Sue Jones, Rose E. Herr, C. B. South Bend Branch of the Re-
Caldwell, D. B. Wildman. view and Herald. Pub. Assn.,
Church School Teachers: 432 South Fellows St., South
Mrs. Grace Doyle, May Broder- Bend, Ind.
son, Alice E. Breitlow, Pansy The College Press, Berrien
Middaugh, Ruth Husted, Doro- Springs, Mich.
tha Case, Mrs. Laurinda Crays, Old People's Home:
C. E. Nelson, Harriet M. Orr, James White Memorial Home,
Louise Schut z, Ella Schultz, Plainwell, Mich.

NORTH PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized zgo6

Territory: The Conferences of Officers:


Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Upper Pres., E. K. Slade.
Columbia, Washington, and the Sec. and Treas., R. T. Emery.
Alaska Mission. Executive Committee: E. K.
Population, 3,559,098; churches, Slade, R. T. Emery, J. W. Tur-
240; members, 17,750. ner, J. L. McConaughey, E. L.
Office Address: 202 South Palouse Neff, C. A. Striven, M. L. Rice,
St., Walla Walla, Wash. (Tele- H. L. Wood, 0. S. Belleau, L. E.
phone 702). Esteb, G. A. Campbell, W. M.
46 NORTH PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE

Landeen, F. W. Peterson, J. M. man, F. W. Peterson, H. R. Sitt-


Rowse. ner, Mrs. Myrtle M. Wood.
Legal Assn.: " The North Pacific Honorary: W. L. Manful, Nellie
Union Conference Assn, of S. J. Orr, Lucy B. Post, ASa Smith,
D. A." Mrs. Eliza Cole-Thorp, Mrs. J.
Auditor, R. T. Emery. W. Harmon.
Transportation Agent, R.
Emery. ALASKA MISSION
Department Secretaries: Population: 59,278; church's, 3;
Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
0. S. Belleau. members, 89.
Field Miss., G. A. Campbell. Office Address: 1108 Water St.,
Home Miss., L. E. Esteb. Ketchikan, Alaska. (Phone,
Religious Liberty, E. K. Slade. Green 105.)
Postal Address: Box X, Ketchikan,
Ministers: Alaska. (Radio call WGEC.)
E. K. Slade, L. E. Esteb, G. S. Officers:
Belleau, 0. A. Campbell, Wm. Supt., H. L. Wood.
Landeen, F. A. Schilling, H. F. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. Myrtle M.
Saxton, H. L. Wood, M. J. Jack- Wood.
son. Minister: H. L. Wood.
Honorary: Missionary Licentiates:
M. A. Belding, R. D. Benham, Mrs. Myrtle M. Wood, Vernon
A. C. Bird, J. W. Boynton, A. J. Gyes.
Breed, R. W. Airey, J. J. Clark,
C. J. Cole, E. H. Curtis, W. D.
Emery, W. G. Forshaw, J. C. IDAHO CONFERENCE
Foster, J. F. Harder, 0. W. Her- Organized 1907
wick, W. T. Hilgert, J. A. Hol-
brook, Paul Iverson, Lewis Territory: That portion of Idaho
Johnson, Albert Kruger, G. E. south of the Forty-fifth parallel,
Langdon, Wm. Lewsadder, R. H. including all of Lemhi county,
Martin, Daniel Nettleton, Martin together with six counties in
Olson, W. R. Smith, John Peter- Oregon, as follows: Wallowa,
son A. 0. Steinert, W. C. Bald- Union, Baker, Malheur, Harney,
win, C. Sulzle, G. F. Watson, C. Grant.
A. Wyman, A. R. Bell, F. H. Population: 390,280; churches, 26;
Conway, N. W. Lawrence, F. E. members, 1,312.
Stratton, S. M. Ryan, 0. H. Office: 523 Main St., Boise, Idaho.
Shrewsbury, C. F. Stevens, C. A. Postal Address: Box 2238, Boise,
Hansen, C. D. Smith, E. A. Bris- Tdaho (Tel. 1651).
tol, C. H. Castle, J. E. Graham, Officers:
C. J. Rider, C. Johnson, E. W. Pres., J. W. Turner.
Webster, H. R. Gay, S. H. Kime, Sec. and Treas., Jennie Carrier.
I. C. Colcord, R. W. Pearson. Executive Committee: J. W.
Turner, W. S. Boynton, H. S.
Licentiates: Hanson, Wm. Butler, C. M.
R. T. Emery, J. M. Rowse, Ver- Munsey.
non Gyes, M. L. Neff. Legal Assn.: "The Southern
Honorary: J. S. Kilgore, J. .1. Tdaho Conference Assn. of S.
Landis, R. E. Keller, S. J. Abegg. D. A."
Missionary Licentiates: Department Secretaries:
Pearl Cook, Helen Burch, Lo- Book and Bible House, Minnie
retta Galbraith, Dorothy Fore- Wirth.
NORTH PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 47

Educational, Home Miss., and Ministers:


Y. P. M. V., H. S. Hanson. J. L. McConaughey, G. E. Taylor,
Field Miss., A. K. Phillips. C. C. Wilcox.
' Sabbath School and Rel. Lib., Licentiates:
J. W. Turner. Werber Johnson, F. H. Parrish,
Ministers: N. J. Aaboe.
J. 'W. Turner, C. F. Cole, W. S. Church School Teachers:
Boynton. Audrey Rickabough, Florence
Honorary: I. W. Oliver. Jacobson, Evelyn Isaac, Madge
Licentiates: Muchmore, Bernice Jenks, Mrs.
H. S. Hanson, Fred Wagner, 0. L. Derby, Helen Roberts,
A. K. Phillips. Isabel Gregg.
Missionary Licentiates:
Minnie Wirth, Jennie Carrier. OREGON CONFERENCE
Church School Teachers: Organized 1877; reorganized 1902;
Zim Berntson, Mrs. Zim Bernt-
reorganized 1932
son, Ione Youtsler, Mrs. Lila
Lansing, H. A. Venden, Mrs. H. Territory: That portion of the
A. Venden, Sivert Hegstad, Mar- State of Oregon lying west of
tha Wilcox, Zelma Wells, Mrs. Gilliam, Wheeler, Grant, and
Dorothy Stevens, Mildred Brown. Harney Counties; also the coun-
ties of Clarke, Skamania, Cow-
litz, Wahkiakum, Klickitat west
MONTANA CONFERENCE of Klickitat River, and southern
portion of Pacific, in the State of
Organized 1898 Washington.
Territory: The State of Montana. Population: 940,668; churches, 80;
Population: 537,606; churches, 23; members, 7,167.
members, 1,141. Office: 341 S. E. 47th Ave., Port-
Office: 417 South Black St., Boze- land, Oreg. (Telephone, Tabor
man, Montana. 1211.)
Office Address: Box 507, Bowman, Officers:
Pres., E. L. Neff.
Mont. (Telephone, 435.)
Sec. and Treas., H. C. Kephart.
Officers: Executive Committee: E. L.
Pres., J. L. McConaughey. Neff, H. C. Kephart, J. B. Mee-
Sec. and Treas., Werber Johnson. han, R. W. Nelson, L. D. House,
Executive Committee: J. L. J. K. Fish, H. C. Klement, J. A.
McConaughey, Werber Johnson, Rippey, F. N. Hodgin.
F.I. A. Green, G. E. Taylor, C. C. Legal Assn.: "Western Oregon
Wilcox, T. H. Friedrich, John Conference Association of Sev-
Schaak. enth-day Adventists." Pres., E.
Legal Assn.: " The Montana L. Neff; Sec. and Treas., H. C.
Conference Assn. of S. D. A." Kephart.
Department Secretaries: Department Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, Werber Book and Bible House, H. R.
Johnson. Gay.
Educational, Y. P. M. V., Home Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Miss., and Rel. Lib., J. L. Mc- H. C. Klement.
Conaughey. Field Miss., R. G. Campbell.
Field Miss., N. J. Aaboe. Home Miss., L. A. Reynolds.
Sabbath School, Werber John- Religious Liberty, E. L. Neff.
' son. Sabbath School, Edith Starbuck.
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Ministers: UPPER COLUMBIA CONFER-


E. L. Neff, J. K. Fish, H. C. Kle- ENCE
ment, J. A. Rippey, J. M. Comer,
Ross Dustin, V. C. Becraft, D. R. Organized 1880
Schierman, D. E. Venden, A. G. Territory: That portion of the
Walker, G. A. Thompson, M. L. State of Washington tying east
Venden, T. M. Cole, A. E. Lickey, of the Cascade Mountains, ex-
Adolph Johnson, L. A. Reynolds, cepting that portion of Klickitat
Harold Peckham, G. W. Pettit, County lying west of the Klicki-
H. R. Gay. tat River; the counties of Uma-
Licentiates: tilla, Morrow, Gilliam, and
H. C. Kephart, H. R. Miller, R. L. Wheeler, in the State of Oregon;
Badgley, R. G. Campbell, W. B. and that portion of the State of
Holden, M. D., C. L. Witzel, D. C. Idaho lying north of the forty-
Westerhout, W. F. Field, W. W. fifth parallel, excepting Lemhi
Wilkinson, R. L. Hubbs. County.
Missionary Licentiates: Population: 610,701; churches, 54;
Edith Starbuck, R. W. Nelson, members, 4,770.
E. E. Rippey, M. D., Nina Pet- Office: 817 West Nora Ave., Spo-
erson, Mabel Smith, Mrs. Artha kane, Wash. (Telephone, Broad-
Jutzy, Pearl Stafford, L. M. way 0597).
Seltzer. Officers:
Honorary: W. D. Huntington,
Pres., C. A. Scriven. (Tel.,
D. D. S., Mrs. G. A. Thompson.
Church School Teachers: Broadway 5949.)
Viva Davis, Mrs. Louise Kiehn- Sec. and Treas., M. G. Dealy.
hoff, Bertha Schoepflin, Mrs. A. (Tel., Broadway 2830.)
E. Howland, Mrs. Sadie Kivett, Executive Committee: C. A.
Margaret Huntington, Anna An- Scriven, M. G. Dealy, P. W.
derson, Alex Steinert, Dorothy Ochs, H. E. 'Willoughby, J. E.
Peterson, Alice Huntington, Es- Potts, M. D., H. J. Bass, F. A.
ther Miller, George Simpson, Detamore.
Louise Downs, Perry Baden, Mrs. Legal Assn.: "Upper Columbia
Perry Baden, Roberta Houston, Mission Society of S. D. A."
Norma Biggins, Helen Afton, Department Secretaries:
Doris Muchmore, Jay Gamble, Book and Bible House, R. S.
L. H. Booth, Mrs. L. H. Booth, Dexter.
Esther Constable, Doris Leavett, Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Eunice Herr, W. G. McCready, C. A. Scriven.
Mrs. W. G. McCready, Vada Field Miss., R. H. Hempel.
Ruling, Lorene Anderson, Flora. Home Miss., F. A. Detamore.
Gibson, Pearl Cox, R. L. Hubbs, Medical, J. E. Potts, M. D.
Mrs. R. L. Hubbs, Marguerite Religious Liberty, C. A. Scriven.
Porter, Mrs. Anna Kingsbury, Sab. School, Loretta McCarthy.
Madge Moore, Mrs. Edgar Drew, Ministers:
R. C. Harsh, Mrs. R. C. Harsh, C. A. Scriven, F. A. Detamore,
Francetta Rustin, Arthur Tom- F. M. Oliver, F. M. Burg, H. E.
linson, Mrs. Arthur Tomlinson, Willoughby, J. T. Jacobs, 0. E.
Enid Sparks, Howard Dinwiddie, Schnepper, W. A. Gosmer, C. A.
Mrs. F. A. Quackenbush, Ida Meleen, F. W. Guderian, R. J.
Bowman, Audrey Ashby, Mar- Kegley, Jacob Riffel, H. J. Bass,
tha Peterson, E. L. Barclay, Mrs. F. G. Young, A. D. Bohn, J. M.
Luella Miller. Nerness.
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Licentiates: Legal Assn.: "Western Washing-


B. T. Senecal, G. L. Williams, ton Corporation of Seventh-day
M. G. Dealy, A. G. Emmer. Adventists."
Missionary Licentiates: Department Secretaries:
R. S. Dexter, J. D. Nichols, Mrs. Book and Bible House, A. P.
G. R. Soper, Loretta McCarthy, McDow. (Tel., Garfield 3428.)
Pearl Canwell. Educational and Sabbath School,
Church School Teachers: Nida Davis.
Mrs. L. E. Griffin, Mrs. G. W. Field Miss., C. S. Johnson.
Bowers, Mrs. Eleanor Dietrich, Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Editha Zielke, E. R. Miller, Mrs. Walter Lind.
E. R. Miller, Mrs. Bertha Tow- Medical, Dr. W. B. Scott.
ler, Hellyn Jackson, Mrs. Louise Religious Liberty, M. L. Rice.
Beers, R. Doyle Kaylor, Mrs. Ministers:
Grace D. Maxson, Arthur Roth, M. L. Rice, P. 0. Campbell, G. R.
Pearl Huether, E. B. Harsh, Mrs. E. McNay, R. G. Schaffner, E. M.
E. B. Harsh, Geo. Leedy, Mrs. Oberg, G. J. Seltzer, R. C. Baker,
Geo. Leedy, Pauline Rembold, E. N. Sargeant, W. H. Bradley,
Ellen Atkinson, Todd Boyce, J. Z. Hottel, A. V. Bentz, J. W.
Mrs. Fodd Boyce, V. R. Jewett, Rowland, B. E. Schaffner.
Mrs. V. R. Jewett, George Fin- Licentiates:
layson, Henrietta Lamberton, Dr. W. B. Scott, Walter. Lind,
Geraldine Kirklin, Mona Oliver, C. J. Goodman, C. S. Johnson,
Miriam Zumwalt, Regina Ma- N. F. Pease, K. Inouye.
gary, Mrs. R. C. Hatley, Eliza- Honorary: Amos Mitchell.
beth Wilde. Missionary Licentiates:
Academy Teachers: A. P. McDow, Mrs. Amos Mitch-
H. J. Baas, F. G. Young, R. 0. ell, Mrs. L. Johnson, Nida Davis,
Stone, Eleanor Roberts, Mrs. Esther Nerlund, Irma Gardner.
Opel Mmith, Jacob Mehling. Church School Teachers:
Russum Miller, Elva Zachrison,
Harry Hempel, Juanita HubbS,
WASHINGTON CONFERENCE Bernice Hansen, Luella Oke, Es-
Organized 1902 ther Repp, Byron Schaffner, C. C.
Territory: All of the State of Kelln, Beth Stratton, William
Washington west of the Cas- Lay, Mrs. William Lay, Mrs.
cade Mountains, except the coun- C. C. Caldwell, Mrs. Harold Bro-
ties of Clarke, Skamania,. Cow- der, Mrs. P. E. McAllister, Mrs.
litz, and Wahkiakum, and the Lula Gritzmacher, Mrs. Vivian
south tip of Pacific County. Morton, .Stella Latham, Lillian
Population: 1,020,924; churches, Sickles, Mina Bird.
54; members, 3,271.
Office: 2610 Nob Hill Ave., Seattle, INSTITUTIONS IN THE NORTH
Wash. (Tel., Garfield 8231). PACIFIC UNION CON-
Officers: FERENCE
Pres., M. L. Rice. Educational:
Sec. and Treas., A. P. McDow. Auburn Academy, Auburn,
(Tel., Garfield 3428.) Wash. Route 1.
Executive Committee: M. L. Columbia Academy, Battle
Rice, J. Z. Hottel, Dr. W. B. Ground, Wash. Route 2.
Scott, R. G. Schaffner, G. R. E. Gem State Academy, Caldwell,
McNay, R. C. Baker, A. P. Idaho. Route 4.
MeDow. Laurelwood Academy, Gaston,
50 NORTH PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE

Oreg. Route 2. Press Publishing Association.


Mt. Ellis Academy, Bozeman, 2101 N. E. Flanders St., Port-
Mont. Route 4. land, Greg.
Walla Walla College, College Sanitariums:
Place, Wash. Portland Sanitarium, East Six-
Yakima Valley Academy, tieth and Belmont Ste., Port-
Granger, Wash. land. Oreg.
Publishing: Walla Walla Sanitarium, Walla
Northwest Branch of the Pacific Walla, Wash.

PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized Igo'

Territory: The Central California, Transportation Agents: H. G.


Nevada-Utah, Northern Califor- Childs, W. C. Raley.
nia, Southeastern California-Ari- Department Secretaries:
zona, and Southern California Educational, H. G. Lucas.
Conferences, and the Hawaiian Field Miss., Emanuel Remsen.
Mission. Home Miss., T. L. Oswald.
Population: 7,080,065; churches, Medical Miss.,
251; members, 28,034. Religious Liberty, W. M. Adams.
Cable Address: Adventist, Glen- Y. P. M. V., F. G. Ashbaugh.
dale, California. Ministers:
Office: 1531 East Wilson Ave., G. A. Calkins, F. G. Ashbaugh,
Glendale, Calif. (Tel., Douglas A. L. Baker, L. L. Caviness, Dr.
1097.) A. E. Coyne, G. Dalrymple, Dr.
Postal Address: Box 146, Glen- Emanuel Ehlers, E. H. Emmer-
dale, Calif. son, B. P. Hoffman, H. C. Lacey,
Officers: Ernest Lloyd, D. A. Lower, H. G.
Pres., Glenn Calkins. Lucas, G. E. Mann, T. L. Oswald,
Sec. and Treas., W. C. Raley. Emanuel Remsen, Dr. E. H.
Executive Committee: Glenn Risley, D. E. Robinson, L. A.
Calkins, W. C. Raley, G. A. Ro- Semmens, W. I. Smith, 0. R.
berts, J. E. Fulton, E. F. Hack- Staines, A. 0. Tait, W. G. Wirth,
man, David Voth, W. E. Atkin, 0. E. Wolfkill, I. J. Woodman.
C. R. Webster, T. L. Oswald, Honorary: J. W. Adams, M. J.
W. M. Adams, H. G. Lucas, F. G. Allen, J. W. Allison, L. R.
Ashbaugh, Emmanuel Remsen, Anderson, F. B. Armitage, J.
F. T. Oakes, H. G. Childs, W. I. W. Beams, T. M. Beem, J. H.
Smith, Dr. H. W. Vollmer, B. Belirens, W. L. Bird, W. L.
M. Emerson, Dr. A. D. Butter- Blaek, E. B. Bray, Frederic
field, E. E. Cossentine, H. M. Brink, Andrew Brorsen, E. A.
Blunden, Dr. E. H. Risley. Brown, R. J. Bryant, W. D. Bur-
Legal Assn.: "Pacific Union den, J. A. Chaney, R. B. Coberly,
Assn. of S. D. A." F. M. Corbaley, H. W. Cottrell,
Board of Directors: Glenn Cal- Arthur Currow, E. A. Curtis, E.
kins, W. C. Raley, G. A. Roberts, E. Farnsworth, 0. 0. Farns-
T. L. Oswald, H. G.. Childs, F. T. worth, D. D. Fitch, T. R. Flaiz,
Oakes, J. E. Fulton. D. P. Gaede, E. H. Gates, F. D.
Auditor, F. T. Oakes. Gauterau, L. A. Gibson, H. E..
l'ACIFR: UN ION CONFERENCE 51

Giddings, A. C. Gilbert, William Peter Lindahl, Stella B. Lowry,


Guthrie, I. J. Hankins, W. R. Mina Morse Mann, Sara Mc-
Hansen, Dr. C. H. Hayton, H. Enterfer, Mrs. Alma E. McKib-
.L. Hoover, B. L. Howe, C. F. ben, Mrs. Jessie F. Moser, L. C.
Innis, Daniel Isaac, John Isaac, Nelson, Mrs. E. E. Partin, Cora
C. C. Jensen, 0. E. Jones, 0. M. A. Rapp, H. L. Rawson,
Kittle, C. E. Knight, C. J. Alice H. Robinson, B. A. Rogers,
Kunkel, C. J. Leer, J. D. D. K. Royer, William Voth,
Lorenz, E. L. Maxwell, R. J. Margaret Warnock, Susan Wil-
McKeague, W. P. McLennan, C. bur, Mrs. Ella Winchell, M. A.
McReynolds, A. A. Meyer, W. W. Winchell.
Miller, Andrew Nelson, R. J. Honorary Medical Missionary:
Nethery, A. J. Osborne, C. H. S. P. S. Edwards.
Parker, D. A. Parsons, J. R. Pat-
terson, H. W. Pierce, A. E. Place, CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
Ernest Pohle, G. W. Reaser, CONFERENCE
H. M. J. Richards, G. W. Rine, Organized 1932
A. T. Robinson, J. S. Rouse, 0.
E. Sandness, Marcial Selma, W. Territory: The following-named
W. Sharp, Melzar Shepard, R. S. counties in the State of Califor-
Shepard, L. C. Shepard, George nia: San Francisco, San Mateo,
Sinms, G. H. Skinner, Floyd Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Stan-
Smith, G. H. Smith, G. A. Snyder, islaus, Calaveras, Alpine, Tuo-
G. B. Starr, J. B. Stuyvesant, lumne, Merced, Mariposa, Ma-
W. A. Sweany, Swin Swinson, dera, San Bonito, Monterey,
Luzerne Thompson, T. L. Thu- Fresno, Kings, Tulare, San Luis
'emler, H. G. Thurston, Luther Obispo, Kern (North of Teha-
Warren, H. A. Washburn, D. E. chapi Mountains), Santa Bar-
Wellman, G. A. Wheeler, C. D. bara West of 120th Meridian.
M. Williams, F. G. Lane. Population: 1,447,735; churches,
Licentiates: 72; members, 6,186.
H. W. Clark, L. W. Cobb, Dr. Office: 685 So. 3rd St., San Jose,
N. G. Evans, J. M. Peterson, W. Calif.
C. Raley, W. B: Taylor, W. H. Postal Address: P. 0. Box 68, San
Teesdale, H. B. Thomas, C. E. Jose, Calif. (Phone, Columbia
Weniger. 2343.)
Honorary: G. J. Graf, J. L. Officers:
Johnson, E. L. Lutz, I. T. Reyn- Pres., David Voth.
olds. Sec. and Treas., T. L. Copeland.
Missionary Licentiates: Executive Committee: David
H. G. Childs, J. H. Cochran; G. H. Voth, T. L. Copeland, Dr. Theron
Curtis, Minnie E. Dauphinee, Lyman, J. T. Porter, W. A. Wes-
Mrs. E. Ellis, J. R. Ferren, J. C. terhout, P. P. Adams, James H.
Kozel, Dr. Mary McReynolds, Cochran, I. M. Burke, B. J. Mc-
F. T. Oakes, Opal Stone, Dr. H. Culloch.
M. Walton, A. L. White. Legal Assn.: " Central California
Honorary: Mrs. M. S. Boyd, Alice Conference Association of the
M. Brayshaw, Elizabeth Carter, Seventh-day Adventists, a Cor-
Mrs. L. E. Cox, Cyrus Davis, Wal- poration."
ter Harper, Anna Ribbon, Mrs. Department Secretaries:
M. E. Hoyt, Myrtle B. Hudson, Bible House, Herbert Griffith.
Mrs. Ella E. Hughes, Mrs. J. L. Educational and Junior M. V.,
Kay, Myrna C. Lee, Mrs. R. Leo, J. T. Porter.
52 PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE

Field Miss., J. F. Kent. Paul Meeth, Doris McElvaine,


Home Miss., C. J. Ritchie. Ruth Parrish, W. B. Miramontes,
Religious Liberty, E. L. Maxwell. Vina Georgeson, Mrs. Addie
Sabbath School, C. J. Ritchie. Owens, C. R. Cyphers, Edith
Y. P. M. V., J. D. Haynes. Stoops, Ethel Lobsien, Erma
Ministers: Haynes, Pauline Rohrs, Doris
E. H. Adams, P. P. Adams, I. M. Carlsen, V. E. Berry, Geneva
Burke, R. L. Boothby, T. L. Brookshire, Lena Butler, Mrs.
Copeland, C. T. Everson, L. E. Carrie Laughead, J. A. McClan-
Folkenberg, K. Nozaki, H. C. aghan, Frances Johnson, Mrs.
Olmstead, J. T. Porter, J. L. George Reed, Clara Mast, H. A.
Neil, J. D. Haynes, P. F. Rich- Davis, Mrs. H. A. Davis, Mrs. E.
ard, C. J. Ritchie, J. H. Tindall, E. Adamson, E. M. Christiansen,
David Voth, Wm. A. Westerhout, Mrs. P. J. Gaede, P. J. Gaede,
T. D. Zaharis. Vera Johnson; Mrs. Clara Hein-
Honorary: H. G. Thompson, G: rich, Emma Giddings, Helen
G. Brown, W. A. Amundson. Youngs, Marian Hopkins, Mrs.
Licentiates: Leah Cornwell, Austin Hunter,
Paul 'Wickman, H. A. Davis, Lydia Toews, Mrs. Claude Rouse.
J. E. Young.
Missionary Licentiates: HAWAIIAN MISSION
Florence Collier, Herbert Griff- Entered 1895
ith, Celia Green, Dr. Myrtle B. Territory: The Hawaiian Islands.
Hudson, Mary A. Clark, Mrs. Population: 378,948; churches, 4;
Ada La France, Laura B. Mor- members, 569.
rison, D. H. Spillman, Philip Office Address: 1112 Keeaumoku
Chiodo, Mildred Dumas, Ella St., Honolulu, Hawaii (Tele-
Rollins, Hazel Roth, Nellie Clark. phone, 3713).
Honorary Missionary Licentiate: Cable Address: " Adventist," Hono-
Mrs. Helen Jarvis. lulu.
Church School Teachers: Officers:
Dale Smith, Mrs. Dale Smith, Supt., C. R. Webster.
Alma McClenaghan, Lavonne Sec. and Treas., E. R. Sanders.
Cortright C. D. Overton, Mrs. C. Advisory Committee: C. R. Web-
D. Overton, Mrs. Alice Lagreide, ster, J. A. Simonson, C. W.
Virginia DeFehr, Virgil Robin- Hartwick, L. D. Weber, L. A.
son, Mrs. Virgil Robinson, Dovie Skinner, R. E. Delafield, G.. H.
Brix, J. E. Alder, Leey Stoops, Miranda, Shohei Miyake, E. R.
Alpha Loper, Bessie Loper, J. E. Sanders.
Young, Mrs. J. E. Young, Ma- Legal Assn.: "Hawaiian Associa-
tilda Dollinger, Cecil Chrisman, tion of Seventh-day Adventists."
Mrs. Cecil Chrisman, Judson Department Secretaries:
Whitney, William Reikie, Esther Book and Bible House, E. R.
Trefz, Alice Smith, Mrs. Glenice Sanders.
Fuller, Mrs. A. L. Ellquist, Es- Educational, J. A. Simonson.
ther Morse, Mrs. Frances Rags- Field Miss., A. M. Cott.
dale, Mrs. L. D. Graham, Sarah Home Miss., C. W. Hartwick.
Christensen, Mildred Jones, V. R. Medical, Mrs. A. M. Cott.
Brenner, Ruth Rice, Mrs. An- Religious Liberty, C. R. Web-
drews, Ruth Morse, R. B. Prout, ster.
W. B. Ammundsen, Katherine Sabbath School, Mrs. L. T.
Coombs, Olive Westphal, B. I. Heaton.
Rasmussen, Mrs. Fannie Stemm, Y. P. M. V., L. A. Skinner.
PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 53

Ministers: G. A. Truesdell, J. A. Kinney,


C. R. Webster, W. P. Barto, C. Henry Baerg, A. B. Huenergardt.
W. Hartwick, L. T. Heaton, Sho- Department Secretaries:
hei Miyake, L. A. Skinner. Book and Bible House, Henry
Licentiates: Baerg.
R. E. Delafield, J. A. Simonson, Educational, W. E. Atkin.
L. D. Weber. Field Miss., .
Missionary Licentiates: Home Commission: A. B. Huener-
R. F. Alderson, Mrs. R. F. Alder- gardt.
son, Mrs. 'W. P. Barto, Walter Home Miss.; A. B. Huenergardt.
Bolinger, Mrs. R. E. Delafield, Religious Liberty, W. E. Atkin.
Minnie Glantz, Mrs. C. W. Hart- Sabbath School, Henry Baerg.
wick, Mrs. L. T. Heaton, Mrs. Y. P. M. V., W. E. Atkin.
Juliette Lau, Mrs. Toshi Mi- Ministers:
yake, Eduardo Quirantes, Mrs. W. E. Atkin, G. A. Truesdell,
Bessie Shaw, Mrs. Viola H. C. E. AcMoody, A. B. Huener-
Simonson, Mrs. L. A. Skinner, gardt.
Mrs. Edith Wall, Mrs. L. D. Licentiates:
Weber, Mrs. C. R. Webster, Mrs. John Baerg, Henry Baerg, C. R.
Vera Weightman, E. R. Sanders, Eckman.
Mrs. E. R. Sanders. Missionary Licentiate:
Academic Teachers: Helen Sanford.
J. A. Simonson, R. F. Alderson, Church School Teachers:
Walter Bolinger, Mrs. Viola H. A. R. Kincaid, Mrs. A. R. Kin-
Simonson, Mrs. Edith Wall. caid, Carolina Huebach, Leland
Church School Teachers: Cottrell, Mrs. Orva Hammers-
Mrs. R. F. Alderson, Mrs. W. P. mark, Otto Lenz, Mrs. Otto Lenz,
Barto, Minnie Glantz, Mrs. Ju- J. H. Horning, Rosa Woodruff,
liette Lau, Mrs. Bessie Shaw, Audree Dierks.
Mrs. Vera Weightman.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CON-
NEVADA-UTAH CONFERENCE FERENCE
Organized 1931 Organized 1911
Territory: The States of Nevada, Territory: The following-named
and Utah ; and all that portion of counties in the State of Califor-
California east of the summit of nia: Alameda, Amador, Butte,
the Sierra Nevada Mountains Colusa, Contra Costa, Del Norte,
and north of El Dorado County, Eldorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake,
with the exception of Modoc Modoc, Marin, Mendocino, Napa,
County.
Population: 603,905; churches, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacra-
13; members, 726. mento, San Joaquin, Shasta,
Office Address: 1852 South Eighth Sierra, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter,
East, Salt Lake City, Utah. Solano, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo,
(Phone, Hyland 1924.) Yuba.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 90, Population: 1,288,087; churches,
Sugarhouse Station, Salt Lake 59; members, 5,884.
City, Utah. Office: 537 25th Street, Oakland,
Officers: Calif. (Phone, Holliday 3287.)
Pres.. W. E. Atkin. Officers:
Sec.-Treas., Henry Baerg. Pres., J. E. Fulton.
Executive Committee: W. E. Sec. and Treas., C. C. Mattison.
Atkin, J. J. Weir, W. S. Casey, Executive Committee: J. E. Ful.
54 PACIFIC UNION CONFERENC.E

ton, C. C. Mattison, Dr. H. W. Palmer, Carrie Tichenor, Lyda


Vollmer, I. G. Krieger, E. F. Beaman, Mrs. Pearl Wilson, Mrs.
Peterson, 0. W. Dolph, H. W. Gladys Stump, Dorothy Stoel-
Crane, B. W. Brown, A. C. Nel- ting, Lua Pickrell, Hazel Ringer,
son. Ruby Spear, Mrs. A. 0. Forbes,
Legal Assn.: " Northern Cali- Anna Jensen, Mrs. F. D. Fisher,
fornia Conference Assn. of the Lydia Reinmuth, Mrs. Gladys
S. D. A." Beasley, C. F. Calkins, Mrs. C.
Department Secretaries: F. Calkins, Alice Boyd, Edna L.
Book and Bible House, C. W. Wilbur, Margaret Nickel, Mrs.
Christian. L. E. Downs, Mrs. D. J. Mar-
Educational, A. C. Nelson. shall, Lorene Putnam, Helen
Field Miss., A. E. Barnes. Morton, Otto Hancock, Elsie
Home Miss., L. E. Biggs. Nelson, Wilton Baldwin, Mrs,
Medical, H. W. Vollmer, M. D. Jessie Dillon, Hazel McVicker;
Religious Liberty, J. E. Fulton. Grace Craig, Dewey Longlaw,
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Winifred Craig, Milton Davis,
Eric R. Hare. Mrs. May Hanley, Mrs. Bernice
Hanson, Ruth Terrill, Malcolm
Ministers: Downs, Mrs. Audrey Luce-
J. E. Fulton, B. W. Brown, A. M.
Adams, Emma Neufeld, Thelma
Dart, William Jensen, W. R. Jef-
Kilgore.
ferson, J. E. Johnson, E. F. Academy Teachers:
Peterson, 0. B. Stevens, H. `W. L. R. Rasmussen, Ray Duncan,
Vollmer, A. J. Wearner, H. E.
Calvin Pyle, E. C. Chapman,
Westermeyer, H. L. Wallace, R.
Margaret Vollmer, Neva Sand-
Calderone, A. C. Nelson, Erie B.
born, H. E. Westermeyer, K. D.
Hare, C. S. Prout, L. E. Tupper,
Cople, H. Lyle 'Wallace, H. M.
J. M. Cole, S. 0. Martin, J. F. Cashier, Mrs. L. C. Palmer, Dr.
Huenergardt, G. G.. Sims.
R. A. Buchanan, F. D. Fisher,
Licentiates: Janet McKibben, Mrs. Beatrice
A. E. Barnes, L. E. Biggs, F. H.
Rahm, Theron Treat, Paul Heu- Calkins, A. A. Rupert, L. M.
bath. Knapp, Mrs. Evelyn Parr-James,
Honorary: 0. W. Dolph. Beatrice Loewen, Elizabeth Os-
burn, Alice E. Babcock, L. E.
Missionary Licentiates:
Bessie L. Crane, R. H. Duncan, Downs, Mrs. Lucy E. Whitney,
C. W. Christian, W. R. Bobst, A. R. Monteith, W.. B. Taylor,
Mrs. Lottie Kuhns, R. G. Lewis, D. J. Brown, Mrs. R. D. Bolter,
C. C. Mattison, L. R. Rasmussen, Mrs. H. E. Osborne, H. D.
Clifford Harrison, Thora Peter- Wheeler.
son, Mrs. A. B. Francis, Mildred Supervisors Normal Department:
Swanson, Eda Lovestedt, Ella Dorothy E. White, Margaret
McBroom, Mrs. Bertha Pflu- Nickel, Mrs. Catherine Bond-
gradt, Mrs. F. H. Rahm, Mrs. Downs.
Mae Van. Home, Mrs. Lulu P.
Wilcox, Muriel B. Wichman. SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA-
Honorary: Sarah Crowe. ARIZONA CONFERENCE
Church School Teachers: Reorganized 1932
Laurene Flanagan, Fyrnn Nevis, Territory: The following-named
H. H. Mauk, Gertrude Grey, Lu- counties in the State of Califor-
cille Button, Jeanetta Detrick, nia: Orange, San Diego, Impe-
A. 0. Forbes, Mrs. Vera Owen- rial, Riverside, San Bernardino;
PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 55

and State of Arizona. Christiansen, J. A. Chaney, E.


Population: 984,583; churches, A. Curtis, Orno Follett, D. P.
56; members, 6,537. Gaede, E. E. Gardner, L. A. Gib-
Office: 9707 Magnolia Ave., River- son, J. J. Hankins, S. T. Hare,
side (in Arlington), California. 0. M. Kittle, J. D. Lorenz, W. P.
(Telephone 9012.) McLennan, R. J. Nethery, W. W.
Office Address: Box 584, Arlington, Sharpe, G. H. Skinner, J. B.
Calif. Stuyvesant, M. Serna, Luther
Officers: Warren, C. D. M. 'Williams.
Pres.; E. F. Hackman. Licentiates:
Sec. and Treas., F. H. Raley. A. D. Butterfield, M. D., W. P.
Executive Committee: E. F. Henderson, J. D. Leslie, F. H.
Hackman, F. H. Raley, H. H. Lawson, H. G. Rutherford, F. H.
Hicks, Dr. Ed. Hoehn, S. T. Borg, Raley, C. A. Robaina, H. A.
Dr. C. Steen, 0. J. Graf, N. C. Rentfro, E. G. Truitt, A. M. Till-
Petersen, Curt Elfler, C. M. Sor- mann, Robert Kitto, Richard
ensen, C. A. Thompson. Lewis, Norman McLeod.
I .egal Assns.: " Southeastern Missionary Licentiates:
California Assn. of S. D. A." Mrs. U. Carpenter, Dan Dirk-
" Seventh-day Adventists Asso- sen, J. P. Fentzling, Hilda
ciation of Southeastern Califor- Benjamin, Rose Boose, Beatrice
nia, a Corporation Sole." Gordon, Clara Gwinnup, Mildred
Gwinnup, Dorothy Kellogg, Doro-
"Arizona Conference Corporation
thy IVIc.Latchy, Dr. Myrtle Lock-
of S. D. A."
wood, C. J. Oliver, K. J. Rey-
Department Secretaries:
nolds, Christina Robson, Mrs.
Book and Bible House, W. F.
E. B. Stoddard; Mrs. Edith
Van Atta. Sawyer, Mrs. L. V. Smith, W. F.
Educational, W. L. Avery.
Van Atta, Dr. J. W. Warren,
Field Miss., J. D. Leslie. Mrs. Marguerite Williamson,
Home Miss. and Sab. School, Mrs. Luther Warren, Nina Wil-
J. A. Neilsen. liams.
Rel. Liberty, E. F. Hackman.
Church School Teachers:
Y. P. M. V., E. W. Dunbar. Mildred Slingerland, Mrs. Ethel
Ministers: Haley, Mrs. Mabel Smith, Marie
W. L. Avery, J. A. Burden, C. Christiansen, Elizabeth Sciarrillo,
W. E. Bond, S. T. Borg, H. C. R. C. Baker, Velma Kenney, Ade-
Brown, E. E. Cossentine, H. A. laide Christian, Hila Hughes, Es-
Curran, E. W. Dunbar, A. Fer- ther Chambers, Mrs. Daisy Stur-
nandez, F. 0. Fowler, W. C. ges, Mrs. Florence Adams, Ruth
Flaiz, H. H. Hicks, E. F. Hack- Rittenhouse, Lillian Knorr, Ma-
man, E. R. Johnson, W. A. Lusk, xie Lucas, Mrs. D. L. Stoops,
C. L. Lingenfelter, H. E. Me- Margie Northey, Evelyn Roose,
Whinney, F. A. Moran, J. A. Helen Johrson, Viola Blair, Mary
Neilsen, N. C. Peterson, J. W. Place, Mrs. Arthur Stickle, Wil-
Rich, A. 0. Sage, B. R. Spear, lamae Hawkins, Inez Sims, Ger-
C. M. Sorenson. ald Mosier, Mrs. Daisy McCon-
Sustentation Workers: nell, Bernice Reeves, Vivian
J. W. Adams, J. W. Allison, L. Crosslan, Leona James, Barbara
R. Anderson, J. W. Beams, R. J. Walters, Mrs. Crystal Duce, Es-
Bryant; W. L. Black, Arthur ther Duce, Alice Neilsen, Oma
Bartlett, Burt Bray, W. D. Bur- Gentry, Mrs. Marie Marchus,
den; F. M. Corbaley, A. G. Gladys Rosser, Bernice Squier.
PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE

Alma Nephew, Laura Shafer, nia Association of Seventh-day


Thyra Thompson, Ethel Nash, Adventists."
Mrs. Frances Ross, Mrs. Mabel Department Secretaries:
Pierce, Ester Matteson. Book and Bible House, H. Nor-
Academic Teachers: ton.
W. C. Flaiz, Frank Moran, E. W. Educational, W. W. Ruble.
Whitney, L. J. Vollmer, Glenn Field Miss., W. W. West.
Martin, Mrs. Ralph Glass, Mrs. Home Miss., H. M. Burwell.
Carl Moyers, Richard Lewis, Medical, Lillian Santee.
Robert Ditto, Aimee Dubois Religious Liberty, W. M. Adams.
Paul Adams, E. G. Truitt, Wm. Y. P. M. V. and Sabbath School,
Albee, Mrs. Ellen Fattebert, R. R. Breitigam.
Frances Brown. Ministers:
W. M. Adams, H. M. Blunden,
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA R. R. Breitigam, R. Cales, S.
CONFERENCE Donaldson, C. A. Holt, G. B.
Raining, P. L. Knox, L. R.
Organized 1901 Marsh, R. G. Morton, C. S. Nico-
Territory: The following counties las, F. MT Paap, N. MT. Philips,
in the State of California: Los E. R. Reynolds, H. M. S. Rich-
Angeles, Ventura, Inyo, Mono, ards, G. A. Roberts, P. D. Rodg-
that part of Kern County lying ers, W. VT. Ruble, W. H. Schacht,
south and east of the Tehachapi E. T. Seat, J. C. Stevens, C. D.
Mountains, and all that part of Striplin, L. A. Wilcox.
Santa Barbara County lying to Honorary: R. A. Hare., M. D.,
the east and south of a line be- M. M. Hare, M. D., J. W. Hof-
ginning at the intersection of the star, Riley Russell, M. D.
120th meridian with the north Sustentation: A. D. Armstrong,
boundary line of said Santa Bar- R. F. Cottrell, G. A. Grauer, W'm.
bara County, thence south on Guthrie, F. G. Lane, V. H. Lucas,
the said 120th meridian to the R. W. Parmele.
summit of the No Joqui Grade; Licentiates:
thence following the No Joqui P. B. Bontemps, H. M. Burwell,
Grade in a southwesterly direc- B. M. Emerson, I. A. Ford, A. C.
tion to the Pacific Ocean. Madsen, C. C. Morlan, R. H.
Population: 2,315,883; churches, Nightingale, A. T. Okohira, W.
47; members, 8,182. S. Potts, I. M. Vazquez, W. W.
Office: 3131 Pasadena Ave.. Los West, W . W. Worster, M. D.
Angeles, Calif. (Telephone, Missionary Licentiates:
Capitol 7344) B. F. Allen, Lona Brosi, Dona
Postal Address: Station A, Box Burnett, Oleta Butcher, Gertrude
148, Los Angeles, Calif. Davis, H. de Fluiter, F. Denney,
Officers: Vienna Hamilton, J. Howarth,
Pres., G. A. Roberts. Jennie Ireland, Reathel Jenkins,
Sec.-Treas., B. M. Emerson. M. C. Lysinger, sR. D. Moon, H.
Executive Committee: G. A. Norton, Geneva Oldham, G. A.
Roberts, B. M. Emerson, H. M. Rosenberg, Lillian Santee, R. J.
Blunden, W. M. Adams, P. G. Thomas, Mary Treber, Hester
Rodgers, Wm. Guthrie, B. E. Walsh.
Grant, S. `V. Beasley, G. H. Cur- Academic Teachers:
tis, M. A. McElhany, H. Von L. R. Marsh, A. M., A. C. Mad-
Hofgaarden. sen, A. M., Grace Morel, A. B.,
Legal Assn.: "Southern Califor- P. M. Foster, A. M., Ruth Am-
PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 57

mon, A. B., Virgil Jackson, A. B., Pacific Union College, Angwin,


W. H. Carscallen, Edna Serns- Napa Co., Calif.
Marsh, Alvina Osiek, A. B., Es- Southern California Junior Col-
telle Kiehnhoff, B. Mu., C. D. lege, Route 1, Arlington, Calif.
Striplin, M. S., C. L. Avery, A. Non-boarding:
B., Kathryne Speh, A. M., Mabel Arizona Academy, 1325 North
Andre, A. B., Evelyn Dietel-Rice, Fourteenth St., Phoenix, Ariz.
A. B., Erwin Henning, A. B., Fresno Academy, 841 West Bel-
Grace .Hanson-Buell, A. B., An- mont Ave., Fresno, Calif.
nie M. Batten, A. T. C. M., Ma- Glendale Union Academy, 70J
bel Cason, Gladys Schacht, W. S. Kimlin Drive, Glendale, Calif.
Potts, A. M., Edna Kileher, A. Golden Gate Academy, 1709 Al-
M., Esther Siess, A. B., Asa catraz Ave., Berkeley, Calif.
Kelsey, A. B. Hawaiian Mission Academy, 1417
Church School Teachers: Makiki St., Honolulu, Hawaii.
Mrs. C. K. Wilson, C. K. Wilson, Kern Academy, Shafter, Calif.
Esther Dockman, Edward Guth- Loma Linda Academy, Loma
rie, Mary Guthrie, Iris Chrisman, Linda, Calif.
Elwyn Smith, Emma Ramstead, Long Beach Academy, 1880 Daw-
Mabel Nielsen, Helen Gurtin, son Ave., Long Beach, Calif.
Esther Bellinger, Kathryn Fran- Los Angeles Academy. 3210 Post
cis, Daisy Chapman, Mrs. W. St., Los Angeles, Calif. (Mail
Martin, Mrs. V. Jackson, Betty address, Box 332, Station A,
Gibbons, Ethel Griese, Lu Zetta Los Angeles, Calif.)
Krassine, Katherine Siemens, Mountain View Academy, Moun-
Lona Caldwell, Elizabeth Satter- tain View, Calif.
lee, Mavis Smith, Frances Mun- San Diego Academy, 3057 G St.,
son, Mary Knight, Frank Rice, San Diego, Calif.
Erna von Hofgaarden, J. J. Publishing:
Paulson, Mrs. J. J. Paul- Pacific Press Pub. Assn., Moun-
son, Florence Carter, Marion tain View, Calif.
Harte, Willeta Raley, Mrs. J. K. Sanitariums:
Macmillan, H. W. Ingham, Myra, Glendale Sanitarium and Hospi-
Ingham, Effie Carroll, Fern Hal- tal, 1509 East Wilson Ave.,
verson, Alice Dinsmore, Mrs. W. Glendale, Calif. (Mail address,
F. Conzelman, Maud Burgin, Ir- Box 850, Glendale, Calif.)
ving Johnson, Helena Kellogg, Loma Linda Sanitarium, Loma
Howard Woodall, Mrs. H. Wood- Linda, Calif.
all, Hazel Karr, Mrs. A. E. Mer- Paradise Valley Sanitarium, Na-
kel, Alfrieda Mortenson, Edith tional City, Calif.
Barnes, Mrs. J. A. Land, Vio- St. Helena Sanitarium, Sanita-
lenthy Voth, Vivian Smith. rium, Napa Co., Calif.
White Memorial Hospital, cor.
INSTITUTIONS IN THE PACIFIC Boyle and Michigan Ayes., Los
UNION CONFERENCE Angeles, Calif.
Medical:
Educational: College of Medical Evangelists,
Boarding: Loma Linda and Los Angeles,
Lodi Academy, Bin 8, Lodi, Cal. Calif.
SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE
Organized1932

Territory: The Conferences of Ala- Hanson, K. R. Haughey, H. J.


bama-Mississippi, Carolina, Flor- Doolittle, F. H. De Viiiney, M. F.
ida, Georgia-Cumberland, and Knox, H. E. Robinson.
Kentucky-Tennessee. Licentiates:
Population: 19,172,972; churches, C. G. Ortner, E. C. Waller, J. C.
252; members, 14,528. Haussler, A. N. Att'eberry, W.
Telegraphic Address: Phone 2-4659. B. Clark, Dr. R. N. Calvert, H.
Office: 4502 Brainerd Road, Chat- E. Snide, G. A. Huse.
tanooga, Tenn. . Honorary: L. D. Randall, T. D.
Officers: Gibson, F. W. Schmehl.
Pres., S. A. Ruskjer. Missionary Licentiates:
Sec. and .Treas., C. G. Ortner. W. E. Abernathy,, W. A. Benja-
Executive Committee: S. A. min, James Oss, Mrs. M. Lucas.
Ruskjer, C. 0. Ortner, L. K. Honorary: Ruth Orchill, Mrs. W.
Dickson, H. E. Lysinger, R. I. W. Williams, Mrs. Mary B. Bals-
Keate, H. J. Klooster, G. A. baugh, Mrs. Carrie L. Stringer,
Huse, James Oss, H. F. Kirk, V. Mary Baxter, Elizabeth McHugh,
G. Anderson, J. L. Shuler, Dr. R. D. J. Black, Mrs. E. C. Widgery.
N. Calvert, R. G. Strickland, J. Union Colored Departnient:
E. Weaver. Pres., S. A. Ruskjer.
' Legal Assn.: "Southern Union Sec. and Treas., C. C. Ortner.
Conference Association of S. ' Asst. Sec., Educational, Y. P. M.
D. A." V., and Home Miss., Anna
Auditor, C. G. Ortner. Knight.
- Transportation Agent: S. A. Union Evangelist, J. G. Thomas.
Ruskjer. Committee: S. A.' Ruskjer, C. G.
Department Secretaries: Ortner, H. E. Lysinger, R. I.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Keate, L. K. Dickson, V. G.
J. E. Weaver. ' Anderson, J. L. Shuler, J. 'G.
Field Miss., H. F. Kirk. ' Thomas, Anna Knight, J. S.
Home Miss., B. O. Strickland. Green; J. B. Mallory, A. B: B.
Religious Liberty, S. A. Ruskjer. Storey, M. C. Strachan, F. A.
Ministers: Osterman.
S. A. Ruskjer, H. F. Kirk, H. J. Ministers:
Klooster, F. W. Field, R. B. J: G. Thomas, J.-L. Moran.
Thurber, R. G. Strickland, J. E. Honorary: C. M. Kinney, N. B.
Weaver, I. V. Counsell, J. B. King, J. F. Crichlow.
Nelson. Missionary Licentiates:
Honorary: N. H. Conway, W: W . Miss Anna Knight, 0. B. Ed-
Williams, V. 0. Cole, W. L. Kil- wards.
len, J. C. Mikkelsen, W. H. Arm-
strong, 0. B..Crary, R. H. Brock,
C. E. Boynton, R. S. Donnell, ALABAMA-MISSISSIPPI
C. J. Buhalts, P. A. Webber, Dr. CONFERENCE
E. A. Sutherland; C. L. Butter-
field, C. B.. Stephenson, G. W. Organized 1932
Spies, J. H. Krum, L. A. Well- Territory: The States of Alabaina,
man, C. H. Rittenhouse, Mrs. Mississippi, and the following
Minnie Sype-Atteberry, P. C. counties in Florida: Escambia,
58
SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE 59

Santa Rosa, Walton, Holmes, Colored Department


Washington, Jackson, Okaloosa, Committee: R. I. Keate, Burton
Gulf, Bay, and Calhoun. CaStle, C. B. Holloway, J. S.
Poulation: 4,827,863; churches, Green, C. F. Curtis.
.52; members, 2,168. Ministers:
Office Address: 1703-24th Ave., J. S. Green, C. F. Curtii, T. M.
Meridian, Miss. (Phone 431.) Fountain, C. E. Mosley.
Officers: Licentiates:
C. B. Holloway, B. H. Ewing,
Pres., R. I. Keate.. Q. B. Hall, H. T. M. Palmer.
Sec. and Treas., Burton Castle. Church School Teachers:
Executive Committee: R. I. Frances Fountain, Mrs. C. D.
Keate, Burton Castle, W. W. Mills, Athea Sweedenbercr, Mrs.
White, H. 0. Rogers, J. G. White, J. A. Wesley, Julia F. bBaugh,
E. W. Wolfe, L. A. Butterfield.
Legal Assn.: "Alabama-Missis- Mrs. 0. B. Hall, L. Henrietta
sippi Conference Association of Emanuel.
Seventh-day Adventists."
Department Secretaries: CAROLINA CONFERENCE
Book and Bible House, Burton Organized in 1901 and 1907, as the
Castle. North Carolina and South Caro-
Educational, L. A. Butterfield. lina Conferences; reorganized as
Field Miss., C. J. Ashlock; Ask. Carolina Conference in 1918.
Field Miss., H. T. M. Palmer. Territory: The States of North
Home Miss., R. J. Sype. and South Carolina, except-
Religious Liberty, R. I. Keate. ing Cherokee County, N. C.,
Sabbath School, R. J. Sype. which belongs to the Georgia-
Y. P. M. V., L. A. Butterfield. Cumberland Conference.
Ministers: Population: 4,892,890; churches,
R. I. Keate, W. W. Walker, W. 53; members, 2,206.
W. White, E. W. Wolfe, L. A. Office Address: 213 North Mc-
. Butterfield, B. H. Shaw, R. J. Dowell St., Charlotte, N. C.
Sype, C. W. Rubendall. (Telephone, 6951.)
Licentiates: Postal Address: P. 0. Box 577,
Burton Castle, J. C. Baldwin, Charlotte, N. C.
H. E. McClure, C. J. Ashlock. Officers:
Missionary Licentiates: Pres., J. L. Shuler.
Mrs. R. I. Keate, Rachel-May Sec. and Treas., F. R. Boggs.
Lemon. Executive Committee: J. L.
Shuler, F. R. Boggs, J. G. Mitch-
Church School Teachers: ell, R. F. Woods, E. L. Jones,
Mrs. W. S. Byram, Emil Tetz, C. S. Baum, R. L. Carson.
..Mrs. A. H. Liles, Annie Lowe, Legal Assn.: "Carolina Confer-
Mary . Crawford, Mildred Bald- ence Association of Seventh-day
,.win,.Flora Savelle, Rossie F. Adventists, Incorporated."
Murphy, Mrs. Emil Tetz, Geo. Department Secretaries:
Crawford, John Minesinger, Min- Book and Bible House, F. R.
nie Lee Carter, Minnie Duncan, Boggs.
C. S. Millard, Mrs. C. S. Millard, Educational, E. C. Waller:
Ruth Davis, Mildred Davidson, Field Miss., W. H. Atherly.
Louise Batten
, Mrs. T. D. Strick- Home Miss., Sab. School, and
land, Mrs. E. C. Graham, T. D. Y. P. M. V., R. F. Woods.
Strickland, Lois Duncan. Religious Lib., J. L. Shuler.
60 SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE

Ministers: Bird, H. M. Kelley, J. C. Klose,


J. L. Shuler; J. E. All, C. S. W. E. McClure, R. S. Akers.
Baum, J. G. Mitchell, S. M. Legal Assn.: "Florida Confer-
Schleifer, R. F. Woods, L. E. ence Association of Seventh-day
Wellman. Adventists, Inc."
Licentiates: Department Secretaries:
C. F. Graves, W. H. Atherly. Book and Bible House, C. M.
Missionary Licentiate: Crawford.
F. R. Boggs. Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Church School Teachers (White): H. M. Kelley.
Mrs. C. B. Howe, Marjorie Ran- Field Miss., A. M. Barnhardt.
dall, Mary Betts, Mrs. Edna Home Miss., and Sabbath Sch.,
Gray, Wilma Steinman, Faith J. C. Klose.
Potter, J. H. Shrock, Mrs. E. W. Medical, Dr. Read Calvert.
Anderson, Mrs. Charlsie Fox, Religious Lib., L. K. Dickson.
Mrs. Olive Jones, P. Kiesz, Mrs. Ministers:
P. Kiesz, Mrs. Fannie Johnson, L. K. Dickson, C. R. Magoon,
Mrs. L. E. Wellman. J. B. Locken, Frank Dudley, H.
Colored Department M. Kelley, A. B. Russell, L. T.
Crisler, J. A. Leland, J. C. Klose,
Committee: J. L. Shuler, F. R.
J. D. Reavis, N. S. Ashton, M. H.
Boggs, F. A. Osterman, P. M.
St. John, F. C. Webster.
Boyd, W. H. Winston.
Honorary: C. B. Stephenson, G.
Ministers:
W. Spies, P. C. Hanson, V. 0.
P. A. Osterman, W. H. Winston,
Cole, H. J. Doolittle, C. F. Mc-
P. M. Boyd.
Vagh.
Missionary Licentiate: Licentiate:
Miss Charlotte Weeks. '
Honorary: T. D. Gibson.
Church School Teachers:
Rosetta Baldwin, Inez Brown, Missionary Licentiates:
Mildred Mobley, Alberta Lonza, W. E. McClure, R. G. Bowen,
Wilhelmenia Gomillion, L. Hast- C. M. Crawford, A. M. Barn-
ings. hardt, Anna C. Dewers, Martha
Ferree.
FLORIDA CONFERENCE Church School Teachers:
Mrs. Irva B. Baessler, Freda
Organized 1893 Burger, Joe Dobbs, Nellie Ferree,
Territory: The State of Florida, C. R. French, S. G. Northcott,
excepting the counties of Es- Mrs. S. G. Northcott, Mrs. C. E.
cambia, Santa Rosa. Walton, Peavey, Irene Pointek, J. D.
Holmes, Washington, Gulf, Jack- Reavis, Annette Rilea, Mrs. Ida
son. Oskaloosa, Bay, and Cal- J. Sollenberger, Blanche Vaughn,
houn, which belong to the Ala- Mrs. J. Conger, Susanna. Lucas,
bama-Mississippi Conference. Alice Mae Crutcher, L. J. Larson,
Population: 1,468,211; churches, Geraldine Kenney, Mrs. L. 0.
52; members, 4,142. Alderman, W. J. Wilkinson, Mrs.
Office: 311 North Rosalind Ave., Cora Lee Finley, Mrs. C. J. Eth-
Orlando, Fla.; P. 0. Box 372. eridge, Mrs. A. IV. Beaty, Lucile
(Telephone, 4276.) Hoskins, Leta Harding, Mrs.
Officers: Sadie Walleker.
Pres., L. K. Dickson.
Sec. and Treas., R. G. Bowen. Colored Department
Executive Committee: L. K. Committee:
Dickson, R. G. Bowen, M. C. L. K. Dickson, R. G. Bowen,
SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE 61

M. C. Strachan, J. A. Bookhart, Medical, Dr. J. F. Schneider.


L. J. Pryor. Religious Lib., . '
Ministers: Sabbath School and Home Miss.,
M. C. Strachan, J. A. Bookhart, R. H. Pierson.
L. J. Pryor. Ministers:
Licentiates: H. E. Lysinger, W. G. Kneeland,,
H. D. Singleton, H. D. Dobbins. C. C. Ellis, H. F. Taylor, V. B.
Church School Teachers: Watts, Allen Walker, W. H.
H. D. Dobbins, Mrs. H. D. Dob- Westermeyer, M. E. Chapman,
bins, Mary Catherine Murry, P. E. Scoggins.
Bernice Palmer, Lucile Heyward, Licentiates:
Trula E. Wade, Ruth Reid, Hen- J. R. Perkins, W. S. James, A.
rietta Emanuel. E. Deyo, F. W. Harvey, J. S.
Jameson, Robert Pierson, Dr.
J. R. Mitchell.
GEORGIA-CUMBERLAND Missionary Licentiates:
CONFERENCE Mrs. M. Smith, Dr. J. F. Schnei-
der, H. E. Schneider, Anita Mar-
Organized 1932 tin.
Territory: Eastern Tennessee, the Church School Teachers:
western boundary being the Edna Mae Trammell, Carolyn J.
western line of the counties of Louis, Myrtle Maxwell, Elaine
Clay, Jackson, Smith, DeKalb, Giddings, Mrs. Lela Whorton, J.
Warren, Grundy, and Marion; A. Powell, Mrs. Mabel M. Smith,
also one county in western North Mrs. Claudia Dillard, Mrs. R. R.
Carolina, Cherokee; and the Price, Ruth Ingram, Lois Bain,
State of Georgia. H. R. Sheldon, Mrs. H. R. Shel-
Population: 3,743,880; churches, don, Ruth Newton, Mrs. B. F.
50; members, 2,981. Wren, Mrs. D. B. Payne, Mrs. J.
Office: 547 Cherokee Ave., S. E., R. Perkins, Lois Mae Clark, Mrs.
Atlanta, Ga. Bessie Levering, Arthur TWOM:
Officers: bly.
Pres., H. E. Lysinger. (Res. Colored Department
Phone, Main 6481.) . Committee:
Sec.-Treas., H. E. Schneider. R. E. Lysinger, H. E. Schneider,
(Res. Phone, Main 7577.) A. B. B. Storey, F. H. Stevens,
Executive Committee: H. E. N. B. Smith.
Lysinger, H. E. Schneider, V. B. Ministers:
Watts, A. E. Deyo, M. E. Chap- A. B. B. Storey, F. H. Stevens,
man, Dr. J. R. Mitchell, Dr. L. N. B. Smith, E. Wilkins.
E. Coolidge. Church School Teachers:
Legal Assns.: The Cumberland Margaret E. Caldwell, Annie M.
Conference Association of Sev- Haynes, Reba Scott, Frances R.
enth-day Adventists, Incorpor- Graves, Jessie M. Haynes, Alice
ated." "The Georgia Confer- E. Blake, Mrs. M. F. Sweeden-
ence Association of Seventh-day berg.
Adventists, Incorporated."
Department Secretaries: KENTUCKY-TENNESSEE
Book and Bible House, H. E. CONFERENCE
Schneider.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Organized: Kentucky, 1908; Ten-
W. S. James. nessee, 1888; Consolidated 1932
Field Miss., A. E. Deyo. Territory: The state of Kentucky
62. SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE

and Western Tennessee, the Mrs. Marjorie Hardman, Mildred


eastern boundary being the east- Hilderbrandt, Bernice Soliday,
ern line of the counties of Ma- Paul Rittenhouse, Mrs. PauLRit-
con, Trousdale, Wilson, Cannon, tenhouse, Jessie Pride, Lee..Fick-
Coffee, Franklin. ess, Mrs. Lee Fickess,. Minnie
Population: 4,086,328; churches, Brown, Ralph Martin, Gertrude
45; members, 3,031. Puckett, Thelma Wallace, W. F.
Office: 2001 - 24th Ave., North, Ray, Mrs. L. N. Cox, Flora Mof-
Nashville, Tenn. Telephone, fitt, Mrs. Bertha Coppock, Mrs.
7-6660. Geo. A. Taylor, Mrs. Lucille Tib-
betts, Emil Mensinger, Marie
Officers: Varonen.
Pres., V. G. Anderson.
Sec. and Treas., C. 0. Franz. Colored Department
Executive Committee: V. G. An- Committee:
derson, C..0. Franz, L. E. Len- V. G. Anderson, C. 0. Franz,
heim, B. 'F. Kneeland, J. T. J. B. Mallory, F. S. Keitts, J. W.
Wheeler, M. R. Garrett, Dr. A. J. Jones.
Harris.
Legal Assn.: "Kentucky-Tennes- Ministers:
see Conference Association of J. B. Mallory, F. S.,Keitts, J. W.
Seventh-day Adventists, Inc." Jones, Thos. Murphy.
Department Secretaries: Licentiate: L. S. Follette.
Bk. and Bible Hse., C. 0. Franz. Church School Teachers:
Educational and Sabbath School, Mrs. D. M. Custard, Grace Ham-
Nannie May Smith. ilton, Evelyn Winston, Mrs. L. S.
Field Miss., W. T. Smith. Follette.
Home Miss. and V. P. M. V.,
M. R. Garrett.
Religious Lib., V. G. Anderson. INSTITUTIONS IN THE
SOUTHERN UNION
Ministers: CONFERENCE
V. G. Anderson, A. J. Clark, L. E.
Lenheim,, 'W. E. Lanier, B. F. Educational:
Kneeland, M. R. Garrett, B. W. Forest Lake Academy, Route 2,
Spire. Maitland, Fla..
Licentiates: Oakwood Junior College, Hunts-
V. A. La Crone, A. L. Dickerson, , ville, Ala.
W. T. Smith, E. C. Banks, H. R. Southern Junior College, Col-
Stearns. legedale, Tenn.
Publishing:
Missionary Licentiates: Southern Pub. Assn., 2123
C. 0. Franz, Nannie May Smith. Twenty-fourth Ave., North,
Church School Teachers: Nashville, Tenn.
Arline ChalUbers, Helen Rade- Sanitarium:
mann, Carl Jacobs, Ruth knee- Orlando-Florida Sanitarium and
. land, Mrs. Bane, Ray-Jacobs, Hospital, Orlando, Fla.

SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE.


Organized nor; reorganized'1902
Territory: The Conferences of Population: 10,483,853; churches,
Arkansas-Louisiana, Oklahoma, 163; members, 9,948.
. Texas, and Texico.
SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE 63

Office Address:. Keene, Texas. ARKANSAS-LOUISIANA


(Telephone 7.) CONFERENCE
Officers: Arkansas Organied.,1888
Pres., R. L. Benton.. Louisiana Organized 1900
SeC. and Treas., C. L. Bauer. .Consolidated 1932 ,
Executive Committee: R. L. Territory: States of Arkansas and
Benton, C. L. Bauer, H. C. Louisiana.
Hartwell, J. J. Reiswig, G. A. Population: 3,956,075; churches,
Huse, H. F. Brown, R. P. Mont- 36; members, 2,279.
gomery, B. E. Wagner, G. R. Office: 1215 Marshall St., Little
Pattie, G. F. Eichman, C. E. Rock, Ark. Phone 4-4501.
Kellogg. Officers:
Pres., H. 'C. Hartwell.
Legal Assn.: " The Southwe'st- Sec. and Treas., J. S. McMullen:
ern Union Conference Corpora-
tion of S. D. A." Pres., R. L. Executive Committee: H. C.
Benton; Sec. and Treas., C. L. Hartwell, Isaac Baker, J.. D.,
Bauer. Smith, A. F. Ruf, J. S. Mc-
Auditor, C. L. Bauer. Mullen.
Trans. Agent, R. L. Benton. Legal Assn.: "Arkansas Confer-
ence Association of Seventh-day
Department Secretaries: Adventists."
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Department Secretaries:
G. R. Fattic. Book and Bible House, J. S. Mc-
Field Miss., B. E. Wagner. Mullen.
Home Miss., H. F. Brown. Assistant, 0. J. Bell.
Religious Lib., R. L. Benton. Educational and Y. P. M.. V.,
Negro: M. M. Young. A. F. Ruf.
Ministers: Field Miss., D. A. McAdams..
R. L. Benton, H. S. Miller, C. E.. Home Miss., H. C. Hartwell.
Kellogg, B.. E. Wagner, G. R. Religious Lib., H. C. Hartwell.
Pattie, H. F. Brown, M. M. Sab. Sch., A. F. Ruf.
Young: Ministers:
l'Honorary: A. F. Harrison, H. C. H. C. Hartwell, M. L. Wilson,
Griffin, A. G. Haughey, G. M. Isaac Baker, I. C. Pound, J. D.
Brown, I. A. Crane, D. F., Stur- Smith, A. F. Ruf.
geon, ' C. M. McDonald, E: B. Licentiates:
Hopkins, J. G. ()blander, Ber- Martin Davis, D. A. McAdams.
nard Voth,. J. I. Taylor, C. ,E. Missionary Licentiates:
:I. S. McMullen, Mrs. Helen Max-
Riffel, N. R. Hickman, C. C.
Voth, D. U. Hale, G. A. La well, Mrs. Rosa Davis, 0. J.
Crone, H. Pannkoke, U. B. Duke. Bell.
Church School Teachers:
Licentiates: M. A. Minn, Mrs. M. A. Dunn,
G. C. Jenks, D. E. McNeil. Esther Thompson, Helen CamP;.
Missionary Licentiates: bell; J. C. Turner, Mrs1 J. C.
L. N. Carter, C. L. Bauer. Turner, Velma Campbell, Mable
J. Wood, Mrs. Pearl. C. Stewart,
Negro Department Committee: Lottie Dickerson, Elizabeth Ait-
R. L. Benton, C. L. Bailer, R. kin, Alene Bledsoe, Harry Bur-
P. Montgomery, G. F. Eichman, kett, Mrs. E. D. Hargrove,
;T. J. Reiswig, H. C. Hartwell, Pauline Hopkins, IV. M. Ladd,
M. M. Young, A. K. Watkins, Mrs. W. M. Ladd, Cecil Lambeth,
T. FL Coopwood, L. H. Bland. Julia Inabinet, Opal Miller.
64 SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE

Colored Department Missionary Licentiates:


Ministers: L. R. Alexander, Mrs. J. J. Reis-
T. H. Coopwood, L. H. Bland, wig.
0. J. Trotter. Church School Teachers:
Licentiate: I. A. Christian. Florence Kinder, Harry Craig,
Church School Teachers: Hazel Strader, H. B. Dulan, Mrs.
Mrs. Z. L. Burns, Priscilla Ryles, G. E. Jenkins, George Penner,
Charles Gray, Mrs. G. W. Chat- Georgia Baker, Mrs. Ophelia Fer-
ters, Hattie Stewart. guson, Geneva Warden, J. E.
Dean, Mrs. D. C. Reeder, Lottie
McCoy, Elizabeth Lothian, Della
OKLAHOMA CONFERENCE Reiswig, Mrs. Ella Grosvenor, R.
Organized 1894 A. Nesmith, Mrs. R. A. Nesmith,
Territory: The State of Okla- Alice Will, Mrs. Elbert Gepford,
homa and Lipscomb Co., Texas. Carl Gaede, Ethel Ellis, D. C.
Population: 2,400,552; churches, Reeder.
45; members, 2,840.
Office: 217 Northwest 7th St., TEXAS CONFERENCE
Oklahoma City, Okla. (Phone,
3 :1678. ) Reorganized 1932
Office Address: 217 Northwest 7th Territory: That part of the State
St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. of Texas lying east and south of
Officers: the following counties, except
Pres., J. J. Reiswig. the city of Texarkana: Harde-
Sec. and Treas., L. R. Alexander. man, Foard, Knox, Haskell,
Executive Committee: J. J. Jones, Taylor, Runnl s, Concho,
Reiswig, L. R. y Alexander, Tom Green, Irion, Reagan, Up-
E. E. Beddoe, W. L. Kinder, ton, Crane, Ward, Reeves, Cul-.
J. H. Voth, H. N. Damon, C. D. berson, Hudspeth, and El Paso.
Hein. Population: 4,931,953; churches,
Legal Assn.: "Oklahoma Confer- 57; members, 3,854.
ence Corporation of Seventh-day Office Address: 112 St. Louis Ave.,
Adventists." Ft. Worth, Texas; Phone, 2-1814.
Officers:
Department Secretaries: Pres., G. F. Eichman.
Book and Bible House, L. R. Sec.-Treas., J. 0. Hanson.
Alexander. Executive Committee: G. F.
Educational and Sabbath School, Eichman, J. 0. Hanson, W. H.
Mrs. J. J. Reiswig. Clark, J. A. Tucker, W. B.
Field Miss., W. L. Kinder. Johnson, J. D. Smith, J. F. An-
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., derson.
Wesley Amundsen. Legal Assns.: Texas Conference
Rel. Liberty, J. J. Reiswig. Association of Seventh-day Ad-
Isolated, C. J. Dart. ventists, South Texas Confer-
Ministers: ence Association of Seventh-day
J. J. Reiswig, W. L. Nott, C. J. Adventists.
Dart, W. D. Frazee, E. E. Bed- Department Secretaries:
doe, C. D. Hein, N. V. Willess, Book and Bible House, J. 0.
Wesley Amundsen, A. W. Wat- Hanson.
kins, N. R. Hickman. Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Honorary: C. C. Voth, C. E. J. A. Tucker.
Riffel. Field Miss., A. E. Van Noty.
Licentiates: Religious Lib., G. F. Eichman.
W. L. Kinder, Verne Kelsey. Isolated, Nadine Harris.
. SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE 65

Negro, H. W. Kibble. TEXICO CONFERENCE


Spanish, G. A. Schwerin. Organized 1916
Ministers: Territory: The State of New Mex-
0. F. Eichman, J. F. Anderson, ico (excepting San Juan County
G. R. Carter, W. H. Clark, 0. J. belonging to the Colorado
Corwin, E. E. Carman, D. U. Conference), and that part of
Hale, D. F. Sturgeon, A. G. the State of Texas lying west
Youngberg, A. G. Haughey, E. W. and north of the following coun-
Storing, C. U. Taylor, J. I. ties (excepting Lipscomb county
Taylor, J. A. Tucker, 0. A. belonging to the Oklahoma Con-
Schwerin, E. M. Gates, H. W. ference): West of the Eastern
Kibble, W. S. North, R. E. line of Hardman, Foard, Knox,
Louden, C. F. Staben. Haskell, Jones, Taylor, Runnels,
Licentiates: Concho, and north of the south
Vernon Becker, B. L. Hassen- line of Concho, Green, Irion,
pflug, W. B. Johnson, J. 0. Han- Reagan, Upton, Crane, Ward,
son, Stanley Huddleston, J. A. Reeves, Culbertson, Hudspeth, El
Smith, A. E. Van Noty. Paso.
Missionary Licentiates: Population: 1,296,866; churches,
Esther Benton, Mrs. 0. J. Cor- 25; members, 975.
win, Mrs. H. Eder, Nadine Har- Postal Address: Box 550, Clovis,
ris, Ella M. Winn, Ada Mae N. Mex.
Kalar, Mrs. Florence Eichman. Officers:
Pres., R. P. Montgomery.
Church School Teachers: Sec.-Treas., W. C. Day.
Mrs. Ada Mae Webka, E. E. Car- Executive Committee: R. P.
men, Mrs. E. E. Carmen, Evelyn Montgomery, C. A. Walgren, G.
Jepson, Roy Cole, W. 0. Belz, A. La Grone, W. C. Day, W. H.
Mrs. W. 0. Belz, Mrs. J. A. Hanhardt, A. G. Nelson, G. L.
Smith, Miss Edna Ackerman, Truitt.
Miss Lottie Woodruff, Mrs. Legal Assn.: " The Texico Con-
Mary Miller, W. D. Pierce, Mrs. ference Assn. of S. D. A."
W. D. Pierce, D. C. Butherus, Department Secretaries:
Mrs. D. C. Butherus, Robert Book and Bible House, W. C.
Lynn, Mrs. Robert Lynn, Evelyn Day.
Robinson, Mrs. Mary Little, Educational, Home Miss., and
Hazel Berg, Mrs. B. U. Nesmith, Y. P. M. V., W. H. Hanhardt.
Mary Woodward, A. G. Haughey, Field Miss., F. B. Moore.
Esther Pitman, Geneva Acker- Rel. Lib., R. P. Montgomery.
man, W. L. Barclay, Mrs. W. L. Sabbath Sch., W. H. Hanhardt.
Barclay, S. C. Ortner, Mrs. D. Ministers:
Hestand, Lee Carter, Mrs. Alna W. H. Hanhardt, R. P. Montgom-
Grant, Mrs. W. T. Jones, Mrs. ery, C. A. Walgren, F. E. Wil-
Dixie Greenhill, A. P. Hanson, son, A. G. Nelson, J. B. Hamp-
Mrs. A. P. Hanson, Mrs. T. B. ton.
Pilgreen, Mrs. J. 0. Hanson, Licentiate:
Susie Roberts, Katie Baker; El- F. B. Moore.
vina Jensen, J. A. Smith, Sam- Missionary Licentiate:
uel Castillo; Tomas Requenez, W. C. Day.
Dallas Colvin, Maria Trevino, Church School Teachers:
Helen Suche, C. F. Staben, Bu- Wallace Nethery, Laura Reyn-
ford Ward, Mrs. Buford Ward. olds, Estelle Draper, Esther
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Hardt, Leta Wilson, Clinton Sec. and Treas., Mrs. F. M.


Woodland, A. R. Dennis, Mrs. Robinson.
A. R. Dennis, Walton Brown, Executive Committee: F. M.
Homer Eakes, Manuelita Perea, Robinson, Mrs. F. M. Robinson,
Oleta Frakes, Mrs. Robert Ben- Robert Benton, R. L. Benton,
ton, Delma Ackerman, Myrtle C. L. Bauer.
Hardcastle. Dept. Sec.: F. M. Robinson.
Minister: F. M. Robinson.
School Teacher: Mrs. Robert Ben-
ton.
SOUTHWEST INDIAN MISSION
INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTH-
Territory: The American Indians
in the Southwestern Union. WESTERN UNION CON-
Postal Address: Box 1, Thoreau, FERENCE
New Mexico. Educational:
Officers: Southwestern Junior. College,
Supt., F. M. Robinson. Keene, Tex.
AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION
Created a Division Conference by action of the General Conference
in session at San Francisco, Cal., May 24, 1922.
Population: 9,750,000; churches, Vice-President for Australasia, W.
325; members, 15,600. G. Turner.

AUSTRALASIAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1894

Territory: The Conferences of Sherwin, J. J. Potter, G. T.


North New South Wales, South Chapman, G. E. Adair, Dr. C. W.
New South Wales, North New Harrison, A. H. White, G. H.
Zealand, South New Zealand, Greenaway, A. E. Spec, G. S.
Queensland, South Australia, Fisher, F. A. Allum, L. F. Were,
Victoria, West Australia, and J. W. Kent, E. E. Roenfelt, R. A.
Tasmania; Eastern Polynesia, Thrift, C. S. Palmer, B. 0. Jo-
Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Papua, hanson, H. J. Halliday, A. L.
Cook Islands, Solomon Islands, King, R. W. Lane, Miss H. K.
New Hebrides, Niue, Norfolk Lewin.
Island, Lord Howe Island, Terri- Auditor, R. R. Gooding.
tory of New Guinea, Monamona, Associate Auditor, A. G. Min-
and North Queensland Missions. chin.
Cable Address: " Adventist," Syd- Statistician, Henry Stockton.
ney. Legal . Assn.:. Australasian
Office: " Mizpah," Wahroonga, Conference Association. Ltd."
New South Wales, Australia. General Manager, T. W. Ham-
mond.
Officers: Sec., R. H. Adair.
Pres., W. G. Turner. Treas., T. W. Hammond.
Vice-President for the Home Department Secretaries:
Field, W. J. Westerman. Educational, B. H. McMahon.
Vice-President for the Island Health Food, G. T. Chapman.
Mission Field, A. G. Stewart. Asso. Sec., G. E. Adair.
Secretary, A. H. Piper. Asst., H. J. Halliday.
Treas., T. W. Hammond. Home Miss., W. J. Westerman,
Assoc. Treas., R. H. Adair. Asst. Sec., S. V. Stratford.
Field Secretary, A. W. Anderson. Medical, Dr. T. A. Sherwin.
Executive Committee: W. G. Ministerial Assn., J. R. Kent.
Turner, W. J. Westerman, A. G. Publishing, T. A. Mitchell; Assn.
Stewart, A. H. Piper, T. W. Sec., J. R. Kent.
Hammond, R. H. Adair, A. W. Religious Liberty, A. W. Ander.
Anderson, E. H. Guilliard, R. E. son.
Hare, G. G. Stewart, L. D. A. Sabbath School, Miss H. K.
Lemke, S. L. Patching, H. E. Lewin.
Piper, F. G. Hampton, E. B. Y. P. M. V., S. V. Stratford.
Rudge, G. L. Sterling, G. Pea- Ministers:
cock, W. N. Lock, S. V. Strat- W. G. Turner, A. W. Anderson,
ford, B. H. McMahon, Dr. T. A. W. J. Westerman, A. H.
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68 AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION

Piper, A. G. Stewart, A. E. Woodgate, Miss E. A. Durrant,


Speck, E. Rosendahl, A. F. J. Miss B. Aitken, T. Rutter, Mrs.
Kranz, C. S. Palmer, S. V. Strat- T. Rutter, Miss M. Young, E. M.
ford, J. J. Potter, A. W. Knight, Abbott, Miss Ruby Fraser R. W.
T. W. Hammond, E. 13. Rudge. Johnson, Miss E. E. Thorpe, Miss
Licentiates: E. Piper.
A. L. King, Wm. Chapman, Dr.
T. A. Sherwin, Dr. C. W. Harri-
son, G. T. Chapman, C. V. Bell, NEW ZEALAND, NORTH CON-
A. M. Fraser, G. H. Greenaway, FERENCE
G. S. Fisher, C. H. Schowe, J. R. Organized 1889
Kent, J. Strange, W. S. Renn,
B. H. Schwarzkopf, T. A. Mitch- Territory: That portion of the
ell, H. S. Streeter, E. L. Pengil- Dominion of New Zealand north
ley, B. H. McMahon, C. W. Tin- of Cook's Straits.
worth, R. H. Adair. Cable Address: "Mastery," Auck-
Missionary Licentiates: land, New Zealand.
G. E. Adair, R. J. Riley, R. I. Office: 84 Jervois Road, Auckland,
Wright, A. W. Dawson, J. S. New Zealand.
Sandeman, T. J. Dowling, R. R. Officers:
Gooding, H. J. Halliday, H. Pres., H. E. Piper.
Stockton, T. N. Bush, G. E. Sec.-Treas., R. E. G. Blair.
Salisbury, A. G. Minchin, B. 0. Executive Committee: H. E.
Johanson, P. A. Donaldson, L. A. Piper, J. Pascoe, W. E. Battye,
Piper, A. A. Sprengel, S. Grieve, J. F. Jones, H. 0. Belworthy,
W. G. Thrift, N. H. Faulkner, W. Richards, A. F. Tindall. .
C. C. Ellis, H. J. Franks, W. D. Legal Assn.: "New Zealand Con-
Leech, H. Stacey, E. L. Tucker, ference, Incorporated."
H. Mitchell, C. F. L. Ulrich, H. Department Secretaries:
C. Tempest, R. W. Westerman, Educational, H. E. Piper.
Miss H. K. Lewin, Miss V. M. Field Miss., Hilton Kent.
Rogers. Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Medical Missionary Licentiates: H. A. L. Freeman.
. Dr. Warren G. Harding, Dr. E. S. Religious Liberty, F. L. Sharp.
Richards, 0. V. Hellestrand, R. Sabbath School, Miss F.'Whisker.
A. Thompson, R. E. Wood, R. G.
L. Cooper, H. J. Gibson, J. New- Ministers:
man, J. L. Simpson, Richmond H. E. Piper, F. L. Sharp, C.
Hill, Mrs. E. M. Shannan, Miss A. Wrigley, C. A. Paap, L. R.
Harvey, W. E. Battye, T. A.
J. McCullough, Miss V. Fraser, Anderson, J. Pascoe.
Miss H. Burroughs, Miss F. De-
laney, Miss I. Richards, Miss M. Licentiates:
Ball, Miss C. Chandler, Miss M. A. G. Judge R. E. G. Blair, P.
Speck, Miss G. Campbell, Miss Glockler, L. Naden, L. Graham.
R. Hill, Miss L. Phillips, Miss V. Missionary Licentiates:
Thorpe, Miss G. Tiedeman, Miss H. A. L. Freeman, D. H. Watson,
N. Dray, Miss D. Felsch, Miss L. Hilton Kent, Miss R. G. Dray,
Hollingsworth. Miss F. Whisker, Miss J. John-
Licensed Teachers: stone.
Mrs. C. H. Schowe, R. R. Watts, Church School Teachers:
Mrs. R. B. Watts, Mrs. M. V. Miss L. M. Beavis, Miss M.
White, Miss M. McNair, Norma Smart, N. Speck.
AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION 69

NEW ZEALAND, SOUTH CON- east of a line running north-


FERENCE westerly from. Cassilis to where
the 147th meridian of east
Organized 1915 longitude meets the 29th paral-
Territory: That portion of the lel of south latitude.
Dominion of New Zealand south Office: Gordon Ave., Hamilton (P.
of Cook's Straits. 0. Box 27), New South Wales,
Office: 902 Colombo St., Christ- Australia.
church, New Zealand. Officers:
CableAddress: "Adventist," Christ- Pres., A. H. White.
church. Sec. and Treas., J. L. Smith.
Officers: Executive Committee: A. H.
Pres., F. G. Rampton. White, J. T. Banks, W. H. Pas-
Sec. and Treas., A. S. Herbert. coe, J. Bowen, W. F. Martin, C.
Executive Committee: F. G. Rosendahl, F. A. Allum.
_ Rampton, S. H. Amyes, J. C. Department Secretaries:
MacDonald, W. J. Smith, W. A. Educational, A. H. White.
Taylor, C. V. Millist, C. W. Tin- Field Miss., A. S. Jackson.
worth. Home Miss., J. L. Smith.
Department Secretaries: Religious Liberty, A. H. White.
Educational, F. G. Hampton. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Field Miss., G. Weslake. Miss M. Hay.
Home Miss., F. G. Rampton. Ministers:
Religious Liberty, F. G. Ramp- A. H. White, W. H. Pascoe,
ton. .C. J. Reynolds, R. A. Salton, B.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Cormack, F. A. Allum.
Miss A. E. Douglass. Licentiates:
Ministers: J. L. Smith, J. S. Jackson, H. A.
F. G. Hampton; M. H. Whit- Kent, C. J. Griffin, R. Brandsta-
taker, David Sibley, W. J. Smith. ter, G. F. Bohringer, F. Masters,
Licentiates: A. S. Jackson.
W. J. Richards, A. R. Mitchell, Missionary Licentiates:
A. White, K. 'Woollen Miss M. Hay, L. A. Dyason, Miss
E. McIntosh, S. H. Wood.
Missionary Licentiates:
A. S. Herbert, R. P. Brown, G. Church School Teachers:
Weslake Miss D. Brown, Miss G. Currow, H. Sampson, K. Gray,
A. E. Douglass. F. Caldwell, Miss M. Schnepel,
Miss E. Smith, Miss A. Dawkins,
Church School Teachers: Miss R. Vetter.
S. Pennington, Miss W. Niebuhr.

NORTH NEW SOUTH WALES SOUTH NEW SOUTH WALES


CONFERENCE CONFERENCE
Organized 1920 Organized 1895
Territory: That part of the state Territory: That part of the state
of New South Wales north of of New South Wales south of
the Hawkesbury and Capertee the Hawkesbury and Capertee
Rivers as far west as the 150th Rivers, as far west as the 150th
meridian of east longitude, meridian of east longitude,
thence east of the line running thence west of the line running
north to Cassilis. Thence north- north to Cassilis, thence south-
70 AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION

west of a line running north- Miss G. Fraser, Miss H. Todd,


westerly from Cassilis to where Miss D. Smith, E. J. Folsch,
the 147th meridian of east longi- Miss L. Cleeve, T. C. Lamson.
tude meets the 29th parallel of
south latitude, with the excep- QUEENSLAND CONFERENCE
tion of the city of Broken Hill Organized 1899
and such adjacent territory as is
now a part of the South Aus- Territory: All that portion of the
tralian Conference. State of Queensland lying south
Office: " Tereora," The Boulevarde, of a line drawn from Yeppoon
Strathfleld, N. S. W., Australia. west to Kumviarara on the Marl-
Officers: borough line, and thence due
Pres., R. E. Hare. south to the top of the range
Sec. and Treas., W. H. Hopkin. just west of Deeford, and from
Executive Committee: R. E. thence in a direct line to the
Hare, B. Hart, J. S. Stewart, A. South Australian border.
H. White, Vincent Williams, E. Office: 37 O'Connell Terrace, Bowen
Behrens, G. W. Heslup. Hills, Brisbane, Queensland,
Australia.
Department Secretaries: Officers:
Educational, R. E. Hare. Pres., E. H. Guilliard.
Field Miss., H. White. Sec. and Treas., L. A. Butler.
Home Miss., A. J. Dyason. Executive Committee: E. H.
Religious Liberty, R. E. Hare. Guilliard, W. W. Rogers, F. J.
Sabbath School, Mrs. M. E. Trute, W. J. Shields, R. J. Burns,
Tank. N. H. Faulkner, E. Beckett.
Y. P. M. V., E. L. Minchin. Department Secretaries:
Ministers: Educational, E. H. Guilliard.
R. E. Hare, J. S. Stewart, H. Field Miss., E, A. Turner.
Mitchell, J. W. Kent, A. Smart, Home Miss., E. H. Guilliard.
P. B. Rudge, Robert Hare, Religious Lib., E. H. Guilliard.
B. Cozens, F. H. Letts, E. Beh- Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
rens, E. R. Whitehead, J. Thomp- Miss Gwen Hadfield.
son, H. C. Harker, T. J. Bradley, Ministers:
J. E. Steed, R. Govett, E. H. E. H. Guilliard, A. I. Mitchell,
Parsons, G. l3ranster, W. Morris. Fergus McFarlane, R. J. Burns.
Licentiates: Licentiates:
J. Hindson, E. L. Minchin, W. H. Robert Grieve, E. A. Turner,
Hopkin, C. H. Prettyman, J. L. A. Butler.
Eggins, W. R. Carswell, J. Todd, Missionary Licentiates:
J. L. Branford, R. H. Powrie, Miss H. L. Cozens, Miss Gwen
A. J. Dyason, L. L. Jones, James Hadfield.
Lawson, A. L. Pascoe. Church School Teachers:
Missionary Licentiates: F. P. Ward, Miss E. Beveridge.
Miss A. E. Pearce, Miss S. Read,
Mrs. G. E. Chapman, Mrs. H. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CONFER.
Bridgett, Mrs. M. E. Tank, Miss ENCE
E. Moran, Delphia Phillips, Miss
E. Westerman, Mrs. E. Meyers, Organized 1899
H. Hollingsworth, D. F. Black, Territory: The State of South
A. Parker, F. L. Taylor, W. A. Australia, and the city of Bro-
Mackley, H. E. White. ken Hill, New South Wales.
Church School Teachers: Office: 27 Prospect Terrace, Pros-
Miss V. G. Camp, H. V. Pascoe, pect, South Australia, Australia.
AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION 71

Officers: Brennan, Miss I. Robertson, Miss


Pres., S. L. Patching. F. Ashton.
Sec. and Treas., F. J. Butler. Church School Teachers:
Executive Committee: S. L. W. A. Westerman, L. Hunger-
Patching, L. Johnson, W. Kako- ford, R. Beveridge, Miss S. Pratt.
schke, I. Gallagher, W. Gillis, A.
Zeunert. VICTORIAN CONFERENCE
Department Secretaries:
Educational, S. L. Patching.
Organized 1888
Field Miss., A. Forbes. Territory: The State of Victoria.
Home Miss., S. L. Patching. Office: 8 Yarra St., Hawthorn,
Religious Liberty, W. Gillis. Victoria, Australia.
Sab. School, Miss F. Cherrett. Officers:
Y. P. M. V., F. J. Butler. Pres., G. G. Stewart.
Ministers: Sec. and Treas., L. J. Imrie.
S. L.. Patching, G. Robinson, W. Executive Committee: G. 0.
Gillis, A. H. Rogers, E. S. Butz, Stewart, A. E. White, W. A.
L. F. Were. Bassau, E. G. Whittaker, H. H.
Licentiateb: Rowell.
F. J. Butler, W. T. Hooper. Department Secretaries:
Missionary Licentiates: Educational, G. G. Stewart.
A. Forobes, Miss R. V. Stratford, Field Miss., D. A. Speck.
Miss W. E. Haberman, Miss F. Home Miss., H. J. Meyers.
Cherrett. Religious Lib., E. G. Whittaker.
Church School Teachers: Sabbath School, Miss M. C. Bar-
Mrs. E. Vear, N. Sheppard. low.
Y. P. M. V., H. J. Meyers.
Ministers:
G. 0. Stewart, G. E. Marriott,
TASMANIAN CONFERENCE L. J. Imrie, L. Currow, T. H.
Formerly included in Victoria-Tas- Craddock, C. P. Michaels, E. G.
mania Conference, organized as Whittaker, H. J. Meyers, H. A.
'separate conference 1926. Hill, E. R. Gane, P. 0. Foster,
Address: 361 Argyle St., Hobart, M. Grolimund.
Tasmania. Licentiates:
Officers: M. A. Connell, C. E. Ashcroft,
Pres., E. E. Roenfelt. D. A. Speck, M. S. Ball, Dr.
Sec. and Treas., H. W. Adrian. W. H. James, G. J. Parker, 0. K.
Executive Committee: E. E. Anderson.
Roenfelt, N. H. Fehlberg, L. A. Missionary Licentiates:
Large;: F. Abrahams, C. E. Bird, Miss M. McDowell; Miss E. Brit-
R. J. Riley. ten, A. M. Badcock, Miss M.
C. Barlow, Mrs. K. M. Thorpe,
Department Secretaries: Miss F. Grolimund, W. A. Beatty,
Educational, Field Miss., Home Mrs. T. H. Craddock, Mrs. G. E.
Miss. and Religious Liberty, Marriott, Miss F. Carver, Mrs.
E. E. Roenfelt. M. Badcock, Mrs. L. Currow,
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Miss C. E. -Hodgetts, Miss A.
H. W. Adrian. Preuss, Miss A. M. Williams,
Ministers: Ralph Tudor, 0. W. Knight,
E. E. Roenfelt, C. E. Bird. Miss D. Moore.
Missionary Licentiates: Church School Teachers:
H. W. Adrian, J. C. Warren, D. Miss J. Mitchell, Miss H. Patter-
72 AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION

son, Miss R. Mitchell, Miss I. Field Miss., A..7. Gathercole.


Behrens, Miss A. A. Hardy, Miss Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
J. Eyre, Hans Vetter, W. R. J. C. H. Shirley.
Whisker, S. Donald, Miss G. Religious Lib., L. D. A. Lemke.
Stewart, Miss E. Austin, A. Sabbath School, J. C. H. Shirley.
Hefren. Ministers:
L. D. A. Lemke, F. E. Lyndon,
WEST AUSTRALIAN CONFER- H. R. Martin, IV. M. R. Scragg,
ENCE H. G. Moulds.
Organized 1902 Licentiates:
Territory: The State of West S. C. Butler, S. Uttley, G. I.
Australia. Wilson, R. H. Constandt, J. C.
Office: 47 Hay St., Subiaco, Perth, H. Shirley.
West Australia, Australia. Missionary Licentiates:
Officers: Miss A. Rocke, C. P. Jewson, E.
Pres., L. D. A. Lemke. Reye, H. Davis, Miss P. Nip-
Sec.-Treas., S. C. Butler. press, Mrs. F. E. Lyndon.
Executive Committee: L. D. A.
Lemke, H. Ward, C. S. Palmer, Church School Teachers:
Harry Stacey, A. R. Boxall, E. Miss G. Clark, Miss E. Lane,
Price. Lionel Turner, Harold O'Hara,
.Department Secretaries: Howard Totenhofer, H. Leth-
Educational, C. S. Palmer. bridge, Miss M. Weetman.

MISSION. FIELDS
COOK ISLANDS MISSION Territory: All the Pacific Islands
east of the 160th degree of west
Established 1892. longitude, and south of the tenth
(Included as part of the Central parallel of north latitude.
Polynesian Mission, 1916 to 1923; Headquarters: Papeete, Tahiti,
reorganized 1923.) Society Islands, Pacific Ocean.
Territory: Those islands compris- Officers:
ing the Cook or Hervey Group, Supt., G. L. Sterling.
and other small islands adjoin- Minister: G. L. Sterling.
ing. Missionary Licentiates:
Headquarters: Box 16, Rarotonga, Mrs. G. L. Sterling, Tofa, Tea-
Cook Islands, Pacific Ocean. hatu, Mrs. A. Poroi.
Officers: Church School Teachers:
Supt., H. B. P. Wicks. Roy Clark, Miss L. S. Christian.
Minister:
H. B. P. Wicks. FIJI MISSION
Missionary Licentiates: Established 1889
Mrs. H. B. P. Wicks, Tauraki. (Included as part of the Central
Polynesian Conference,1916 to
EASTERN POLYNESIAN MIS- 1921; reorganized 1921.
SION Address: Suva Vou, Suva, Fiji,
Established 1892; reorganized 1916 Pacific Ocean.
Comprising the following former Officers:
missions; Society Islands, and Supt., R. W. Lane.
Pitcairn Island. Sec. and Treas., W. R. Litster.
AU STRA LASIAN DIVISION 73

Ministers: Missionary Licentiates:


R. W. Lane, G. M. Masters, H. Mills, Mrs. H. Mills, Mrs. H.
S. W. Carr, Meciusela. Naisogo, Rowlands, A. Hill, Mrs. A. Hill,
Timoci Nawara, Mitieli Naka- Mrs. L. A. Borgas, Miss L. G.
samai, Sanivalati Ramuai, Jope McMahon.
Laweloa, Mosese Dranibaka, Jo-
saia Sauliga, Semi Vuloaloa, Se- NEW HEBRIDES MISSION
mite Gade.
Licentiates: Organized as separate mission
L. V. Wilkinson, W. G. Ferris, in 1924
W.. R. Lister, A. G. Jacobson, Address: Atchin, New Hebrides,
Saimoni Nalaubo, Joeli Lotawa, Pacific Ocean.
Anitipasa Naucukidi, Taniela Officers:
Vauvau, Tevita Railave, Semi Supt., G. Peacock.
Tikivili. Sec., G. H. Engelbrecht.
Missionary Licentiates: Ministers:
R. R. D. Marks, Mrs. R. R. D. C. H. Parker, G. Peacock, A. H.
Marks, H. M. Lansdown, Mrs. Weil.
H. M. Lansdown, E. A. Butler, Licentiates:
Mrs. E. A. Butler, Mrs. A. G. David Ferris, G. H. Engelbrecht,
Jacobson, A. P. Dyason, Mrs. J. C. H. Perry, Masing Nalo,
S. W. Carr, Mrs. G. M. Masters, Joe, Joel.
Mrs. L. V. Wilkinson, Mrs. R. Missionary Licentiates:
W. Lane, Mrs. W. G. Ferris, Mrs. A. H. Weil, Mrs. C. H. Par-
Miss E. E. Edwards, John Ka- ker, Mrs. G. Peacock, Mrs. D.
mea. Also over 30 local mis- Ferris, E. H. Cherry, Mrs. E. H.
sionary licentiates. Cherry, Mrs. J. C. H. Perry, Mrs.
G. II. Englebrecht, and more
than ten local missionary licen-
KEMPSEY MISSION FOR tiates.
ABORIGINES
Under direction of North New NIUE (OR SAVAGE) ISLAND
South Wales Conference. MISSION
Established 1914
LORD HOWE ISLAND MISSION Address: Niue Island, Pacific
Ocean.
Address:. Lord Howe Island, Aus- Missionary Licentiate:
tralia, Mrs. A. G. Head.
Minister: G. F. Jones.
Missionary Licentiate: Mrs. 0. F. NORFOLK ISLAND MISSION
Jones.
Established 1893
Address: Norfolk Island, Aus-
MONAMONA MISSION FOR tralia.
ABORIGINES Minister: W. D. Smith.
Established 1913 Missionary Licentiates:
A. G. Wise, Mrs. W. D. Smith.
Address: Oaklands, via Cairns,
Queensland, Australia.
Officers: NORTH QUEENSLAND MISSION
Supt., L. A. Borgas. Formerly, included in Queensland
Minister: L. A. Borgas. Conference. Operated as Mission
74 AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION

under direction of Aust. Union Address: Apia, Samoa, Pacific


Conference from Jan. 1, 1929. Ocean.
Territory: All that portion of the Minister: R. Reye.
State of Queensland lying Licentiates:
north of a line drawn from S. T. Leeder, H. T. Howse.
Yeppoon west to Kumviarara Missionary Licentiates:
on the Marlborough line, and Mrs. R. Reye, Mrs. S. T. Leeder,
thence due south to the top of Mrs. H. T. Howse, Sanika
the range just west of Deeford, Afa'ese.
and from thence in a direct line
to the South Australian border.
Officers: SOLOMON ISLANDS MISSION
Supt., R. A. Thrift. Established 1914: Organized 1920
Sec.-Treas., A. E. Magnusson.
Ministers: Address: Marovo Lagoon, via Tu-
R. A. Thrift, T. R. Kent. lagi, Solomon Islands, Pacific
Licentiates: Ocean.
A. E. Magnusson, Ray Bullas. Officers:
Missionary Licentiate: Supt., W. 0. Broad.
Mrs. A. E. Magnusson, T. Brash, Sec. and Treas., A. R. Barrett.
E. R. Tucker, Mrs. R. A. Thrift. Ministers:
L. A. Borgas, R. H. Tutty, J. D.
Anderson, N. A. Ferris, A. J.
PAPUA MISSION Campbell.
Licentiates:
Established 1908; Organized 1928 D. H. Gray, A. F. Parker, A. R.
Address: Bootless Bay, Port Mor- Barrett, W. 0. Broad, A. W.
esby, Papua, Pacific Ocean. Martin, F. Hollingsworth, Pana,
Officers: Kioto, Jugha, Ragoso.
Supt., W. N. Lock. Missionary Licentiates:
See., L. J. Howell. Mrs. R. H. Tutty, Mrs. L. A.
Ministers: Borgas, Mrs. H. E. Barham, Mrs.
W. N. Lock, J. R. James, Maika A. R. Barrett, Mrs. D. H. Gray,
Dauniika. Miss E. Totenhofer, H. E. Bar-
Licentiates: ham, Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs.
C. J. Howell, C. E. Mitchell, N. A. Ferris, Mrs. J. D. Ander-
Pereniki Tagi, Tereti Nagara. son, Mrs. A. W. Martin, Mrs.
W. 0. Broad, Mrs. F. Hollings-
Missionary Licentiates: worth, and over 80 local mission-
Mrs. W. N. Lock, Mrs. C. E. ary licentiates and teachers.
Mitchell, Mrs. C. J. Howell, Mrs.
Alma Wiles, Mrs. J. R. James,
L. J. Howell, Mrs. L. J. Howell, TERRITORY OF NEW GUINEA
Dick Richardson, Jessie Richard-
son, Bill Sheppard, Minnie Established 1929
Sheppard. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Matupi,
Rabaul, Mandated Territory of
New Guinea.
SAMOAN MISSION Officers:
Supt., G. McLaren.
Established 1895 Minister: H. R. Steed.
(Included as part of the Central Licentiates:
Polynesian Conference, 1916 to G. McLaren, A. S. Atkins, Nafi-
1921; reorganized 1921.) talai Navara.
AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION 75

Missionary Licentiates: New Guinea Training School,


Mrs. A. S. Atkins, Mrs. G. Mc- Mussau, Territory of New
Laren, S. H. Gander, Mrs. S. H. Guinea.
Gander, W. W. Petrie, Mrs. W. New Zealand Missionary College,
W. Petrie, Mrs. H. R. Steed, and Longburn, New Zealand.
20 Island missionary licentiates Samabula Indian School, Suva,
and teachers. Fiji.
Vanua Levu Intermediate School,
TONGAN MISSION Vatu Vonu, Vanua Levu, Fiji.
West Australian Missionary
Established 1895 College, Carmel, West Aus-
(Included as part of the Central tralia.
Polynesian Conference, 1916 to Publishing:
1921; reorganized 1921.) Eastern Polynesian Mission
Address: Nukualofa, Tonga, Press, Tipaerui, Papeete, Ta-
Friendly Islands, Pacific Ocean. hiti, Society Islands.
Officers: Fiji Mission Press, Suva, Fiji.
Supt., H. L. Tolhurst. Signs Publishing Co., Ltd., War-
Minister: H. L. Tolhurst. burton, Victoria, Australia.
Licentiate: B. E. Hadfield. Solomon Island Mission Press,
Missionary Licentiates: Batuna, Marovo Lagoon, Solo-
Mrs. H. L. Tolhurst, Mrs. B. E. mon Islands.
Hadfield, Taliauli Joni, Beaua
Isilali, James Moala, Havea Sila. Sanitariums:
Sydney Sanitarium and Hospi-
tal, Wahroonga, N. S. W.,
INSTITUTIONS IN THE AUS- Australia.
TRALASIAN UNION CON- Warburton Sanitarium, War.
FERENCE burton, Victoria, Australia.
Educational: Health Food Factories:
Aore Training School, Aore, New Avondale Industries, Cooran
Hebrides. bong, N. S. W., Australia.
Australasian Missionary College, Cerix Puffed Wheat Co., 3 Par-
Cooranbong, N. S. W., Aus- ramatta Rd., Concord, New
tralia. South Wales.
Batuna Traininc, School, Mar- Grain Products, 62 Randolph St.,
ovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands. Auckland, New Zealand.
Buresala Training School, Bure- New Zealand Health Food Fac-
sala, Ovalau, Fiji. tory, Papanui, Christchurch,
Choiseul Intermediate School, New Zealand.
Ruruvae, Choiseul, Solomon Sanitarium Buyers and Packers,
Islands. 216 Sussex St., Sydney, N.
Mirigeda Training School, Miri- S. W.
geda, via Port Moresby, Pa- Victorian Health Food Factory.
pua. Warburton, Victoria.
Navuso Intermediate School, West Australian Health Food
Wainibuka River, via Viria, Factory, Carmel, West Aus-
Fiji. tralia.
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION
Organized at Darmstadt, Germany, 1928

Territory: The East German, West Missionary Licentiates:


German and South German, Hulda Jost, P. Bridde, A. Rein-
Hungarian and the Czechoslova- hold, Eldefriede Schroder, Laura
lcian Union Conferences, the Hol- Hagelstein, Erna Borm, Clara
land Conference (formerly part Schulz, Elly Motzer, Mirjam
of the West German Union), the Rischmuller.
Netherlands East Indies and the
Arabic Union Missions, Tangan- ADVENT MISSION SOCIETY
yika, Bulgaria, Greece, Albania,
Turkey and Persia. (Advent-Missionsgesellschaft E.V.)
Population: About 236,017,420; Grindelberg 15a, Hamburg 13,
churches, 1,327; members, 49,709. Germany.
Cable Address: Adventist, Berlin. Organized 1913
Postal Address: Regensburger- Board:
strasse 22, V. Berlin W. 50, Pres., W. Mueller.
Germany. (Telephone: Bavaria Vice-Pres., E. Gugel.
[134] 6567.) Rec. Sec., 0. Schildhauer.
Officers: Treas., 0. Schildhauer.
Pres., G. W. Schubert. Other members: G. W. Schubert,
Sec., W. Mueller. H. Fenner, W. K, Ising, J. Wint-
Treas., 0. Scbildhauer. zen, P. A. Brandt, W. Hans.
Auditors, P. A. Brandt, M. Voigt.
Office Sec., .
Trans. Agent, H. Drangmeister, GERMAN INTER-UNION
Grindelberg 11, Hamburg 13, ASSOCIATION
Germany.
Field Sec., E. Gugel. Organized 1927
Department Secretaries: Territory: Includes the East Ger-
Educational, man, West German, and South
Home Miss., Sabbath School, and German Unions.
Y. P. M. V., M. Busch. Office Address: Regensburger-
Medical, Dr. L. E. Conradi, Sani- strasse 22, V. Berlin W. 50,
tarium "Waldfriede," Fischer- Germany.
hiittenstr. 99-109, Berlin-Zeli- Officers:
lendorf-West, Germany. Pres., E. Gugel.
Ministerial Assn., E. Gugel, other Sec., MT. Mueller.
members: M'T.. Mueller, H. Fen- Treas., 0. Schildhauer.
ner, A. Minck, G. Seng. Other members, A. Minck, H.
Publishing, H. Box. Fenner, G. Seng, H. Box, A.
Rel. Liberty and Press Bureau, Vollmer.
A. Vollmer. Institutions:
Welfare: Hulda Jost. Krankenhaus "Waldfriede," Ber-
Ministers: lin-Zehlendorf-West, Fischer-
G. W. Schubert, W. Mueller, E. hiittenstr. 99-109, Germany.
Gugel, M. Busch, 0. Schildhauer, Old People's Home (org. 1900).
H. BOx, M. Voigt. Manager, W. Hans, Frieden-
Licentiate: sau, Post Grabow, Bez. Magde-
Dr. L. E. Conradi. burg, Germany.
76
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 77

GERMAN GOOD HEALTH ASSO- Leipzig, Humboldstr. 17, Ger-


CIATION "FRIEDENSAU" many.
Organized 1927 Frankfurt/Main, Eschenheimer
Legal Name: Deutscher Verein fiir Anlage 32, Germany.
Gesundheitspflege "Friedensau," Wiesbaden, Rheinstr. 64, Ger-
E. V. Sitz Berlin, Regensburger many.
Str. 22, Berlin W 50, Germany.
Operates the Welfare work and HAMBURG SEVENTH-DAY AD-
eight Nurses' Homes in Ger- VENTIST ASSOCIATION
many. (Hamburger Verein der Siebenten-
Officers: Tag-Adventisten)
Pres., Dr. E. Meyer.
Sec. and Treas., 0. Schildhauer. Grindelberg /5a, Hamburg, Ger-
Board of Trustees: many
Dr. E. Meyer, 0. Schildhauer, A. Established 1893
Mind:, G. Seng, A. Fleck, Hulda
Jost, Miss Elf rrede Schroder. (Legal society to hold all property
Nurses Homes: of the denomination in Ham-
Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Koblenzer burg.)
Str. 3, Germany. Officers:
Breslau, Lohestr. 79, Germany. Pres., G. W. Schubert.
Chemnitz, KyffhRuserstr. 2, Ger- Vice-Pres., J. Scheller.
many. Power of Attorney, A. Vollmer.
Cologne, "Felicitas," Salierring Other members:
60, Germany. E. Gugel, H. Fenner, A. Minsk,
Dresden A. 16, Haydnstr. 16, 0. Schildhauer, J. Wintzen, G.
Germany. Seng.

ARABIC UNION MISSION


Organized November, 5927
Territory: Egypt, Arabia, Pales- Department Secretaries:
tine, Transjordan, Cyprus, Sy- Field Miss., .
ria, Irak, viz., Egypt, Palestine- Other Departments, E. Maier.
Transjordan, Syria and Irak Minister:
Missions. W. K. Ising.
Population: 30,000,000; churches, Honoorary: R. S. Greaves.
12; members, 326. Licentiate: E. Maier.
Cable Address: Advent-Jerusalem.
Office Address: Location of house: Hotel Directory: Visitors are rec-
Right of V. M. C. A. Building, ommended to the following ho-
Julian Way, Jerusalem, Pales- tels:
tine. Egypt: Windsor Hotel, Cairo.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 1091, Palestine: Swiss Pension Alma-
Jerusalem, Palestine. sie, Jerusalem.
Officers: Syria: Hotel d'Europe, Port,
Supt., W. K. Ising. Be yrouth, Lebanon.
Sec. and Treas., E. Maier.
Union Committee: W. K. Ising, EGYPTIAN MISSION
Nils Zerne, E. Maier, W. G. Stef-
fen, Bashir Hasso, C. H. Rieck- Entered 1899
mann, S. Nowfel. Territory: Egypt.
78 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

Population: 14,000,000; churches, Treas., E. Maier.


5; members, 168. Committee: W. K. Ising, E.
Address: Advent Villa, Mataria Maier, E. Bethmann, E. Simon,
(Cairo), Egypt. M. Haddad.
Cable Address: Advent, Mataria, Legal Assn.: General Confer-
Cairo. ence Corporation of Seventh-day
Officers: Adventists in Palestine, Jerusa-
Supt., Nils Zerne. lem.
Treas., E. Maier. Same for Transjordan, Amman.
Mission Committee: Nils Zerne, Ministers:
C. H. Rieckmann, St. Bull, Na- E. Bethmann, Erich Schubert.
shid Yacoub. Licentiates:
Ministers: E. Simon, I. Alkhalil.
Nils Zerne, Maurice Grin, St.
Missionary Licentiates:
Bull, E. G. Essery (on leave of 13ror Faernstroem, Alfred Piorr.
absence).
Licentiates: Institutions:
C. H. Rieckmann, Basta Bishai, Institute for Massage and Hyro
Samuel Farag, Nashid Yacoub. Electric Therapy, Jerusalem.
Missionary Licentiate: Sophie Bu- Nurses: Bror Faernstroem and
senberg. Else Faernstroem,
Nurse: Erne Kruger. Institute for Massage and Hy-
Church Schools: dro Electric Therapy, Haifa,
Beni Adiat, Upper Egypt. Jaffa Road.
Tetaliah, Upper Egypt. Nurses: Alfred Piorr, Lina
Piorr.
IRAK MISSION Church Schools:
Organized 1923 Es Salt, Transjordan.
El Husn, Transjordan.
Territory: Irak.
Population: 3,000,000; churches,
2; members, 33.
Address: c/o Hasso Bros., Masul, SYRIAN MISSION
Irak. Entered 1899
Officers:
Supt., W. G. Steffen. Territory: Syria, Grand Lebanon,
Treas., E. Maier. and Cyprus.
Committee: W. G. Steffen, Ba- Population: 3,000,000; churches,
shir A. Hasso. 2; members, 72.
Minister: W. G. Steffen. Address: Boite 595, Beyrouth,
Church School: Mosul. Lebanon.
Officers:
PALESTINE-TRANSJORDAN Supt., W. K. Ising.
(Under supervision of Palestine
MISSION Mission.)
Organized 1929 Treas., E. Maier.
Territory: Palestine and Trans- Mission Committee: W. K. Ising,
jordan. E. Maier, W. Lesovsky, S. Now-
Population: 1,200,000; churches, fel.
2; members, 53. Legal Assn.: General Conference
Address: P. 0. Box 1091, Jeru- Corporation of Seventh-day Ad-
salem, Palestine. ventists in Lebanon and Syria.
Officers: Ministers:
Supt., W. K. Ising. W. Lesovsky, S. Nowfel.
CZECHOSLOVAKIAN UNION CON-
FERENCE
Organized igig

Territory: Entire Republic, com- Polednik, Josef Simon, Josef


prising the Moravia -Silesian, Cepl, Jaroslav Mokrk, Karel No-
North Bohemian, Central Bohem- vak.
ian Conferences, and Slovakian Department Secretaries:
Mission. Field Miss., Jan Hrzebawetzky.
Population: 14,726,158; churches, Home Miss.,Sab. School, and
114; members, 3,436. Y. P. M. ., .
Office Address: Stkednf ulice 10, Ministers:
Brno, Czechoslovakia. Telephone K. Polednfk, P. Ragka.
18.321. Licentiates:
Officers: V. Kroulfk, W. A. Heller, A.
Pres., M. H. Wentland. Pragan.
Sec. and Treas., Josef Cepl. Missionary Licentiates:
Executive Committee: M. H. E. Csammer, B. Tepl-k, Miss A.
Wentland, J. Doubrayskk, J. Kubei3ka, M. Adamovfl.
Schor, K. Polednfk, M. Gehann,
J. Popelka, F.. A. Ludwig, P.
Tannenberg, E. Hanitzsch, Fr.
Finfrie, K. Jozffek. MORAVIA-SILESIAN CONFER-
Seventh-day Adventist Associa- ENCE
tion: Organized 1919.
Manager, Joseph Doubraysky.
Department Secretaries: Territory: Moravia-Silesia.
Field Miss., Josef Popelka. Population: 3,563,157; churches,
Home Miss., Y. P. 11. V., and 43; members, 1,450.
Sabbath School, Alois Zurek. Office Address: Mor. Ostrava-Hul-
Ministers: vaky, Drugstevrif 1079, Czecho-
M. H. Wentland, J. Popelka. slovakia.
Licentiate: Josef Cepl. Officers:
Pres., Josef Doubrayskk.
Sec. and Treas., Adolf Kunert.
CENTRAL BOHEMIAN CON- Executive Committee: Josepf
FERENCE Doubrayskk, Richard Neumann,
Josef Popelka, Ignfic KoloniZ,nk,
Organized 1919. Josef Hurta, Karl Elbl, Jan
Territory: Central Bohemia. Kantor.
Population: 5,000,000; churches, Department Secretaries:
20; members, 467. Field Miss., Josef Popelka.
Office Address: Tomkova 31. Pra- Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and
ha-Zigkov, Czechoslovakia. Sab. School, Alois Zurek.
Officers: Ministers:
.Pres., Karel Polednik. Josef Doubrayskk, Richard Neu-
Sec., W. A. Heller. mann, Jan Chodura, Jan Obornk.
Treas., Miss Antonie Prochaz- Licentiates:
kova. Frant. Konvalina, Frant. Sum-
Executive Committee: Karel bera, Johannes Schwital.
79
80 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

Missionary Licentiates: Missionary Licentiates:


Rudolf Gomola, Alois Zurek, Thomas Neuwirth, Georg Wag-
Richard Fraunberger, Adolf ner, Moritz Posel, Franz Miin-
Kunert, Marie Bujokova, Al2- nich, Erich Luftner, Helmut
beta Martigova, Maria Vranova, Knobloch.
Barbora Mogkotovfi.
SLOVAKIAN MISSION
Organized 1919.
NORTH BOHEMIAN CONFER-
ENCE Territory: Slovakia and Carpa-
Organized 1919. thian Russia.
Population: 4,056,235; churches,
Territory: North Bohemia. 26; members, 730.
Population: 2,106,766; churches, Office Address: Hviezdoslavovo
25; members, 789. nam.9/11. Bratislava, Czecho-
Office Address: Karl Herzig Str. slovakia.
16. Reichenberg, Czechoslova- Officers:
kia. Supt., Michael Gehann.
Sec. and Treas., Stefan Macko.
Officers: Executive Committee: Michael
Pres., Josef Schor. Gehann, V. Cizmar, S. Macko,
Sec., Max Hartmann. K. Jozffek, J. Broda.
Treas., Miss Auguste Reckziegel.
Executive Committee: Josef Department Secretaries:
Schor, G. Geier, E. Hanitzsch, Field Miss., Ondrej Benyovszky.
K. Taute, W. Schnabel. Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and
Sabbath School,
Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., Jan Hrzebawetzky. Ministers:
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and Michael Gehann, Karl Mokry,
Sabbath Sch., Josef Schor. V. Cizmar, A. Chawrenko.
Ministers: Licentiates:
Josef Schor, Georg Geier, Franz J. Gajah, 0. Benyovszky, T. J.
Bohm, Bernhard Vietze, Karl Zigmund.
Fleck. Missionary Licentiates:
Licentiate: Max Hartmann. J. LichST, J. Strba, J. Broda.

EAST GERMAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1909
Territory: The Berlin, East Prus- Sec. and Treas., R. Difumichen.
sian, March Lower Silesian, Auditor, P. A. Brandt. .
Northeast Saxonian, Pomeranian, Executive Committee: A. Minck,
Silesian, and West Saxonian E. Bahr, H. Brinkmann, W. Bud-
Conferences. nick, R. Dilumichen, W. Eber-
Population: About 21,365,000; hardt, H. Glass, F. Hambrock,
churches, 438; members, 16,280. W. Hails, P. Horn, W. Knitter,
Office Address: Koblenzer Strasse Dr. E. Meyer, A. Mulack, A.
3, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. Rebensburg, M. Thiermann.
(Teleph., H6 El:riser Platz 6351.) Legal Building Assn.: "Mittel-
Officers: deutsche Grundstiicksgesellschaft
Pres., A. Minek. rn. b. H."
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 81

Manager, W. Hans. Junker, Mrs. K. Horn, Mrs. E.


German S. D. A. Assn., Frieden- Trusen, Miss M. Thtimmel.
sau Burg-Land, Bez. Magdeburg,
Germany. EAST PRUSSIAN CONFERENCE
Department Secretaries: Organized 1903
Field Miss., W. Knitter.
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and Territory: Provinces of East Prus-
Sab. School, H. Brinkmann. sia and the Free City of Danzig.
Medical, Dr. med. E. Meyer. Population: About 2,264,000;
Ministers: churches, 65; members, 2,157.
A. Minck, R. Ditumichen, H. Office Address: Kneiphofsche Hof -
Brinkmann. gasse 22, Konigsberg i/Pr., Ger-
many.
Officers:
BERLIN CONFERENCE Pres., Hugo Glass.
Organized 1909 Sec. and Treas., Miss F. Ander-
sson.
Territory: Province of Berlin, Ad- Executive Committee: H. Glass,
ministration District of Potsdam W. Noack, F. May, J. Heimann,
(excepting the Districts of An- G. Dobinski.-
germiinde, Besskow-Storkow, Jii- Department Secretaries:
terbog, Oberbarnim, Prenzlau, Field Miss., Gustav Glass.
Templin, Eberswalde) Straus- Home Miss., Sab. School, and
berg, Werneuchen, Oranienburg, Y. P. M. V., W. Noack.
Burg, School Church Friedensau. Ministers:
Population: About 5,300,000; H. Glass, W. Noack, M. Zielinski,
churches, 49; members, 3,256. W. Kloss, H. Korsch, W. Gauger,
Office Address: Koblenzer Strasse H. Neumann, E. Rathke, K. Pan-
3, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. segrau, A. Arnold, F. Rinder.
Officers: Licentiates:
Pres., G. Mai. P. Behrendt, H. Dombrowski, P.
Sec. and Treas., R. Dliumichen. Bopping, J. Ganz.
Executive Committee: G. Mai, Missionary Licentiates:
0 Haase, 0. Hausmann, W. Oes- G. Suckert, E. Nickel.
treich, W. Rogge, H: Schacht, A.
Schenck, E. Schubert, E. Wiss- MARCH LOWER SILESIAN
ler. CONFERENCE
Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., E. Schubert. Organized Jan. 1, 1929
Home Miss., Sab. School, and
Y. P. M. V., 0. Haase. Territory: Districts of Liegnitz,
Ministers: Upper and Lower-Lausitz, Grenz-
G. Mai, A. DOrner, A. Schenck, mark and the territory of prov-
A. Behrens, G. Freund, 0. Haase, ince Brandenburg without the
W. Giildenpfennig, A. Wachholz, districts belonging to the Berlin
P. Muller, A. Heuma.nn, W. and Pomeranian Conferences.
Ninow. Population: About 2,350,000;
churches, 69; members, 1,745.
Licentiates: Office Address: Kaiser-Wilhelm
R. Schiifer, 0. Kiehnast, H. Platz 46, Cottbus, Gerniany.
Diiumichen, G. Rdnisch, H. Rtis- Officers:
tig, H. Vollrath. Pres., P. Horn.
Missionary Licentiates: Sec. and Treas., F. Vogt.
R. Helm, W. Korinth, Miss H. Executive Committee: P. Horn,
82 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

W. Schade, W. Schaley, W. Schaller, Gretchen Ackermann,


Daum, 0. Schwenecke. Martha Schremmer, Elfriede Mel-
Department Secretaries: chior.
Field Miss., A. Kiessling.
Home Miss., Sab.. School, and
Y. P. M. V., F. Meyer. POMERANIAN CONFERENCE
Ministers: Organized 1901
P. Horn, H. Kobs, A. Faetting,
0 Schwenecke, R. Dietrich, E. Territory: Province of Pomerania,
Dwehus, A. Krautschick, W. Districts of Friedeberg, Soldin,
Radke, H. Langner, F. Meyer, Arnswalde, Landsberg/W., Ko-
K. Hoffmann. nigsberg NAM., Oberbarnim,
Licentiates: Angerrniinde, Templin, Prenzlau,
H. Schaper, W. Sudhoff, W. and North Grenzmark.
Wergin, G. Hummel, K. Wagner. Population: About 2,500,000;
churches, 68; members, 1,851.
Missionary Licentiates: Office Address: Elisabethstrasse
A. Brendel, W. Gatz, B. Schulz, 20, III., Stettin, Germany.
H. H. Oestreich. Officers:
Pres., A. Rebensburg.
Sec. and Treas., Erna Spichale.
NORTHEAST SAXONIAN CON- Executive Committee: A. Re-
FERENCE bensburg, 0 Bahr, H. Schluttig,
Organized 1919 R. Bischoff, R. Wulff, R. Schade,
M. Fleischer.
Territory: District of Dresden, Department Secretaries:
Bautzen, and Leipzig. Field Miss., F. Kopper.
Population: About 3,000,000; Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
churches, 54; members, 2,518. Y. P. M. V., 0. Bahr.
Office Address: Haydnstr. 16, Dres- Ministers:
den-A., Germany. A. Rebensburg, D. Brinkmann,
Officers: W. Tribbensee, W. Schulz, W.
Pres., M. Budnick. Derlath, 0. Bauscher, H. Diet-
Sec. and Treas., E. Kermer. ' rich, H. Schluttig, Fr. Brandt,
Executive Committee: M. Bud- W. Muller, 0. Bahr, A. B. Forsch.
nick, R. Lusky, R. Volzke, A. Missionary Licentiates:
Burger, B. Neuhaus, M. ThUr- C. Maier, W. Quass, Fr. Leskien,
mer, M. Fisher. K. Dobinski, W. Schafer, Mar-
Department Secretaries: garete Soyk.
Field Miss., R. Valzke.
Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and SILESIAN CONFERENCE
Y. P. M. V., A. Burger.
Organized 1907
Ministers:
M. Budnick, R. Lusky, R. Dang- Territory: Upper Silesia, and dis-
schat, B. Westhofer, J. Brzezin- tricts of Breslau, Liegnitz and
ski, W. Thalmann, R. Patzig, F. Hirschberg.
Heinrich, J. Beier, M. Ballack, K. Population: About 3,750,000;
Mager, W. Schmieder, A. Bur- churches, 54; members, 1,951.
ger, W. Schwenecke. Office Address: Gutenbergstr. 43,
Licentiates: II., Breslau 13, Germany.
S. Ltipke, W. Racker, H. Richter. Officers:
Missionary Licentiates: Pres., E. Bahr,
G. Piwarz, W. Thiermann, H. Sec., R. Scheibitz.
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 83

Treas., R Tulaszewski. Office Address: Adventhaus, Hans


Executive Committee: E. Bahr, Sachsstrasse 9, Chemnitz, Ger-
R. Scheibitz, J. Becker, W. Milke, many.
A. Lieber wirth. Officers:
Department Secretaries: Pres., F. Hambrock.
Field Miss., K. Keller. Sec., R. Dettmar.
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and Treas., M. Dargel.
Sabbath School, R.- Scheibitz. Executive Committee: F. Ham-
Ministers: brock, R. Dettmar, B. Neef, E.
E.'Bahr, R. Scheibitz, A. Walter, Lippert, R. Queck, M. Haler, K.
G. Petzold, A. Langholf, F. Grell- Kohler.
mann, H. Schmidt, E. Pistorius, Department Secretaries:
F. Jurke, W. Adamsky, K. Kel- Field Miss., Karl KOhler.
ler, M. Hochmuth, G. Lehmann. Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and
Missionary Licentiates: Sabbath School, R. Detmar.
J. Kanzok, H. Laue, P. Schaar, Ministers:
K. Amelung, E. Tulaszewski. F. Hambrock, A. Krautschick, J.
Sala,tzkat, B. Neef, K. Thiele, E.
WEST SAXONIAN CON- Jager, K. Jonuleit, H. Hufnagel,
FERENCE T. Bottcher, P. Haufe, A. Milling,
Organized 1920 W. Oswald.
Territory: District of Chemnitz Licentiates:
and Zwickau. R. Dettmar, K. Schmitz, E. Kok,
Population: 2,000,000; churches, F. Dombrowsky, J. Klingbeil, R.
75; members, 2,802. Biller, E. Rahn, K. Kohler.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Missionary Licentiates:
Adventhaus, Chemnitz. E. Loser, H. Saborowski.

HUNGARIAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1912; reorganized 1925

Territory: Hungary, comprising Nemetvolgyi ut 26. Hungary.


the Central and East Hungarian Manager: A. Zeiner.
Conferences. Department Secretaries:
Population: 8,500,000; churches, Field Miss., Gy T6th.
81; members, 2,338. Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and
Office Address: Nemetvolgyi utca Sabbath School, A. 1VIuranyi.
26, Budapest I, Hungary. (Tele- Ministers:
phone, 53-440.) A. Zeiner, J. Jenik.
Officers:
Pres., A. Zeiner.
Sec. and Treas., J. Jenik. CENTRAL HUNGARIAN CON-
Executive Committee: A. Zeiner, FERENCE
L. Michnay, D. Zarka, J. Jeni, A.
Murdnyi, Gy. Teth, B. Jeszen- Organized 1925.
szky. Territory: Pest-, Csongrad-, Esz-
Legal Assn.: Building Society tergom-, NOgrad-, Bans-, Hont-,
"Koch es Tarsa," Budapest I, Baranya-, Fejer-, Komdrom-,
84 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

Somogy-, Zala-, Vas-, EAST HUNGARIAN CON-


Sopron-, Moson-, *. Veszprem-, FERENCE
Gyor-Comitates. Organized 1925.
Population: 5,500,000; churches, Territory: Heves-, Bors6d-, Szat-
52; members, 1,397. mar-, Hajc111-, Bihar-, Bek6s-,
Office Address: N6rnetvolgyi utca Csanad-, Szalnok- and Bereg-
26, Budapest I, Hungary. Comitates:
Officers: Population: 3,000,000; churches,
Pres., D. Zarka. 29; members, 941.
Sec. and Treas., M. Erdodi. Office Address: Fabian u. 5. Mis-
Executive Committee: D. Zarka, kolc, Hungary.
A. Muranyi, I. Stoics, L. Bajor, Officers:
K. Kovacs, J. Dirinc, J. Patto- Pres., L. Michnay.
gat5. Sec. and Treas., S. Greiner.
Department Secretaries: Executive Committee: L. Mich-
Field Miss., K. Koviics. nay, I. Berghauer, J. Albrecht,
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and M. BuzgO, K. Kovacs, B. Jeszens-
Sabbath School, A. Muranyi. zky, I. Porcsiu.
Department Secretaries:
Ministers: Field Miss., K. Kovacs.
D. Zarka, A. Muranyi, K. Sohl- Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., Sab.
mann, I. Stoics, L. Bajor, L. School, A. Muranyi.
Halasz. Ministers:
Licentiates: L. Michnay, I. Berghauer, J. Al-
A. Katona, J. Veszelovszky, I. brecht, M. Buzg5, A. Fodor.
Danhauser, J. Pechtol. Licentiates:
Missionary Licentiates: L. Lenk, A. Debreczeni, K. Ber-
P. Farkas, J. Kiss, J. Szigethy, zenczey, J. &abb.
M. Bajor, M. Sztodola, M. Herc- Missionary Licentiates:
zeg. 0. Vali], S. Greiner, K. Delizotti.

NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES UNION


MISSION
Organized 1929

Territory: Netherlands East In- Office Address: Advent Zendings-


dies, viz., the Ambon, Batakland, genootschap in N. 0. I., Hoof-
East Java, Celebes, Padang, kwartier, Naripan 63, Bandoeng,
South Sumatra, West Java Mis- Java, Netherlands East Indies.
sions and the detached station Officers:
Makassar. Supt., B. Ohme.
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, H.
Population: 60,731,025; churches, E. R. Schell.
103; members, 3,533. Executive Committee: H. E. R.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Schell, P. Drinhaus, A. H. Zim-
Advent, Bandoeng. Code: A. B. mermann, W. J. Bing, W.
C. 5th Edition. (Telephone, Koster, I. C. Schmidt, H. Twijn-
Bandoeng 445.) stra, F. Dittmar, D. S. Rime,
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 85

G. A. Wood, Tan Kiem Siang, poean, Sumatra, Netherlands


Th. Rondonuwu. East Indies.
Department Secretaries: Officers:
Educational, B. Ohme. Supt., G. A. Wood.
Field and Home Miss., G. Faass. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. G. A.
Medical, . Wood.
Y. P. M. V. and Sab. Sch., . Executive Committee: G. A.
Ministers: Wood, A. Mamora, Mangaradja
B. Ohme, I. C. Schmidt, F. Ditt- Laoet, Kr. Pandjaitan, Mrs. G.
mar, H. Zimmermann. A. Wood.
Licentiates: Minister: G. A. Wood.
H. E. R. Schell, G. Faass, J. H. Missionary Licentiates:
Stuivenga. S. L. Pandjaitan, Kr. Pandjaitan,
Missionary Licentiates: K. Tamboenan, Baginda Man-
W. Koster, Nurse Maria Muster. gojang, K. Pohan, L. Ritonga,
U. H. 1VIanulang, M. V. Pand-
jaitan, Alex. Siregar.
Church School Teachers:
AMBON MISSION A. Mamora, S. Ritonga, M. Hoe-
Organized 1929 tapea.
Territory: Residencies Moluccas,
Timor, New Guinea. CELEBES MISSION
Population: 2,549,666; churches,
8; members, 210. Organized 1923
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Territory: Celebes, Hahnahery
"Advent" Ambon. Islands.
Office Address: Advent Zendings- Population: 3,250,000; churches,
genootschap in N. 0. I. Afdeel- 42; members, 1,250.
ing Ambon, Ambon, Moluccas, Cable Address: " Advent," Menado.
Netherlands East Indies. Office Address: Advent Zendings-
Officers: genootschap in N. 0. I., Afdeel-
Director and Treas., D. S. Kime. ing Noord Celebes, Tondano,
Sec., S. H. Tan. Celebes, Netherlands East In-
Executive Committee: D. S. dies.
Kime, S. H. Tan, A. Sakoel, S. Officers:
Saparue, A. Rehbock. Director, W. J. Milling.
Minister: D. S. Kime. Sec., J. Moroisa.
Licentiate: Z. Tuasuun. Treas., W. J. Killing.
Executive Committee: W. J:
Missionary Licentiates: . Killing, S. Rantoeng, A. Laloan,
A. Sakoel, J. Liklikwatil, Zr. R. Taliwongso, J. Moroisa, A.
Leiwakabessy. Landa, S. Lintang.
Department Secretaries:
BATAKLAND MISSION Field Sec., J. Moroisa.
Home Miss. and Sab. Sch., .
Organized 1927 Ministers:
Territory: Residency of Ta,panolei. W. J. Killing, S. Rantoeng.
Population: 1,041,301; churches, Missionary Licentiates:
10; members, 273. W. Pandelaki, A. Londa, J. Soe-
Office Address: Advent Zendings- maikoe, Serfius Rantoeng, Ch. L.
genootschap in N. 0. I. Afdeel- Sondakh, N. Pattyranie, J. Mo-
ing Batakland, Padang Sidem- roisa, N. Zacharias, F. Walean,
86 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

R. O. NValean, J. Antou, L. Non- Cable and Telegraphic Address:


goloy, J. Lumentut. "Advent," Medan.
Church School Teacher: A. Sakoel. Office Address: Advent Zendings-
genootschap in N. 0. I. Afdeeling
Noord Sumatra, Kartinilaan 17,
EAST JAVA MISSION Medan, Sumatra, Netherlands
East Indies.
Organized 1913 Officers:
Territory: Residencies of Semar- Director, Under direction of the
ang, Kedoe, Djokjakarta, Soera- Union Committee.
karta, Madioen, Kediri, Soera- Sec. and Treas.,
baia, Madoera, Pasoeroean, Be- Executive Committee: Union
soeki, Southeast Borneo, with Committee.
Islands to East of Java up to Missionary Licentiates:
and including Timor. H. Tamboenan, Martin Hoetapea.
Population: 26,702,620; churches,
14; members, 594. PADANG MISSION
Cable Address: "Advent," Soera-
baia. Organized 1929
Office Address: Advent Zendings- Territory: Residency of West
genootschap in N. 0. I., Afdeel- Coast of Sumatra.
ing Oost-Java, Tandjoeng Anom Population: 1,919,109; churches,
3, Soerabaia, Java, Netherlands 2; members, 70.
East Indies. Cable and Telegraphic Address:
Officers: " Advent," Padang.
Director, A. H. Zimmermann. Office Address: Advent Zendings-
Sec., L. Wortmann. genootschap in N. 0. I. District
Treas., A. H. Zimmermann. Padang, Zeestraat 8, Padang,
Executive Committee: A. H. Sumatra, Netherlands East In-
Zimmermann, Lee Ek Liang, S. dies.
H. Pandjaitan, Maspaitela, J. de Officers:
Vink. Director, Under direction of the
Department Secretaries: Union Committee.
Field Miss., S. H. Pandjaitan. Sec. and Treas., J. H. Stuivenga.
Sabbath School, . Executive Committee: Union
Minister: A. H. Zimmermann. Committee.
Licentiates: Licentiate: J. H. Stuivenga.
P. R. Goeltom, S. H. Pandjaitan, Missionary Licentiate:
S. Pattikawa. Ong Ban Giok.
Missionary Licentiates:
L. M. D. Wortmann, H. Soer, E.
H. Vysma, S. Silitonga, P. Si-
mandjoentak, M. Sormin, Eman- SOUTH SUMATRA MISSION
uel, Bong Hong, D. A. Dompas, Organized 1929
S. Kailola. Territory: Residencies oof Ben-
koelen, Biliton, Bangka, Djambi,
NORTH SUMATRA MISSION Palembang, Lampongsche Dis-
tricten.
Organized 1917 Population: 1,779,124; churches,
Territory: Residencies of East 11; members, 300.
Coast, Atjeh, Riouw. Cable and Telegraphic Address:
Population: 2,676,523; churches, " Advent," Palembang.
2; members, 56. Office Address: Advent Zendings-
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 87 -

genootschap in N. 0. Afdeeling ing West" Java, Sawohlaan 25,


Zuid-Sumatra, Talang Djawa Batavia-C, Netherlands East
141, Palembang, Sumatra, Neth- Indies. (Telephone in Batavia:
erlands East Indies. Weltevreden 5924.)
Officers: Officers:
Director, F. Dittmar. Director, P. Drinhaus.
Sec., B. C. Dompas. Sec., S. Horn.
Treas., K. Tilstra. Treas., H. Twijnstra.
Executive Committee: F. Ditt- Executive Committee: P. Drin-
mar, K. Tilstra, B. C. Dompas, haus, S. Horn, H. Twijnstra, H.
H. Aritonang, M. Akib. B. Meelhuyzen, A. de Jager, Th.
Department Secretaries: Rondonuwu, M. Kauntul, M. E.
Educational and Field. Miss., Diredja.
K. Tilstra. Department Secretary:
Ministers: Field Miss., H. Mende.
F. Dittmar, K. Tilstra. Ministers:
Licentiates: P. Drinhaus, H. Twijnstra, M.
H. Aritonang, B. C. Dompas. Kauntul.
Missionary Licentiates: Licentiate: S. Horn.
Tjong Kam, Tjoe, A. Hasiboean, Missionary Licentiates:
M. A. Lodo, D. Kartodihardjo. W. U. Hoetapea, M. T. Silitonga,
V. E. Siwy, H. Mende, Loe Liang
WEST JAVA MISSION Je, Dj. Panggabean, L. Tuasuun,
Organized 1913 D. Pattikawa, M. Burian.
Territory: Residencies of Bantam,
Batavia, Cheribon, Pekalongan, DETACHED STATION
Banjoemas, Preanger, West MAKASSAR
Coast of Borneo.
Population: 15,016,904; churches, Address: 3de. Renggandweg 10,
13; members, 660. Makassar, Celebes, Netherlands
Cable and Telegraphic Address: East Indies.
"Advent," Batavia. Churches: 1; members, 120.
Office Address: Advent Zendings- In Charge: K. Mandias.
genootschap in N. 0. I., Afdeel- Minister: K. Mandias.

SOUTH GERMAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1912
Territory: Wurtemberg, Baden, Officers:
Bavaria, Hessia, Rhine, Palati- Pres., G. Seng.
nate, Thuringia, viz., the Baden, Treas. and Office Sec., Helene
Central Rhenish, Franc.-Thur- Kofink.
ing., South Bavarian, and Wur- Auditor, P. A. Brandt.
temberg Conferences and the Executive Committee: G. Seng,
Marienhoehe School Church. W. Schick, 0. Giebel, A. W.
Population: 18,390,000; churches, Mueller, A. Sachsenmeyer, 0.
219; members, 9,306. Schuberth, 0. Neubauer, A.
Office Address: Libanonstr. 6, Wilklein, W. Kehr.
Stuttgart, Wurtemberg, Ger- South German Building Associa-
many. tion.
88 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

Manager and Bookkeeper, Wil- CENTRAL RHENISH CONFER-


helm Amelung. ENCE
Committee: G. Seng, W. Schick, Organized 1920
0. Giebel, A. Sachsenmeyer, A.
W. Mueller, W. Amelung, A. Territory: The Free State Hessia
Wicklein, W. Kehr. (Provinces Rhinehessia, Starken-
South German Health Association: burg and Upper Hessia). Of the
Committee: G. Seng, W. Schick, Hessia-Nassau Province : The ad-
0. Giebel, P. Schwaderer, W. ministrative district of Wiesba-
Amelung. den excepting the Unterlahn dis-
trict. Of the administrative dis-
Department Secretaries: trict Kassel: Hanau; Gelnhausen,
Educational, 0. Schuberth. Schliichtern, Fulda, Hiinfeld. Of
Field Miss., A. Wicklein. Bavaria: Aschaffenburg, Alzenau,
Sabbath School, Home Miss., and
Y. P. M. V., 0. Neubauer. Obernburg and Miltenberg. - The
Saar-District. From the Rhine
Ministers: Province the districts: Trier,.
G. Seng, 0. Schuherth, 0. Neu- Saarburg, Merzig-Wadern, St.
bauer. Wendel, Baumholder, Bad Kreuz-
nach. From the State Olden-
burg: the district Birkenfeld.
BADEN CONFERENCE Population: 4,500,000; churches,
Organized 1912; reorganized 1922. 40; members, 1,677.
Territory: Baden and the Bavarian Office: Eschenheimer Anlage 32,
Frankfurt a. Main, Germany.
Palatinate.
Population: 3,300,000; churches, Officers:
Pres., A. W. Milller.
27; members, 1,260. Treas., Lydia Rein.
Office: Kriegsstr. 84, Karlsruhe Auditor, Miss Helene Kofink.
i/B., Germany. Executive' Committee: A. W.
Mueller, E. Mayer, P. Hanke,
Officers: W. Christanz, F. Wilhelm.
Pres., W. Schick.
Department Secretaries:
Treas., L. Gerstner. Field Miss., R. Grabner.
Auditor, Miss H. Kofink. Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
Executive Committee : W. Schick, Y. P. M. V., E. Mayer.
W. Edener, F. Hager, K. Ka,fitz, Ministers:
Th. Gawlik. A. W. Mueller, H. Behr, A. Mill-
Department Secretaries: ler, H. Zimmermann, W. Fiirle,
Field Miss., F. Hager. F KObele, W. Gemeinhardt, E.
Sabbath School, Home Miss., Mayer, W. Binanzer.
and Y. P. M. V., W. Schick. Licentiates:
W. Schroer, H. Nau, E. Schank,
Ministers: TI H. Walter.
W. Schick, H. Schwarz, F. G.
Missionary Licentiates:
Grieser, W. Edener, E. Berner,
F. Weigel, E. Alberth, G. Busch-
D. Eicher. ner, 0. Lanz, L. Fiirst.
Licentiates:
A. Stammberger, H. Goebel, W. FRANCONIAN-THURINGIAN
Gericke, A. Ulrich, Fr. Fleck. CONFERENCE
Missionary Licentiates: Organized 1934
A. Posch, A. Ohme, K. Knapper,
R. Jager, Miss A. Gutmann. Territory: Upper, Central, and
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 89

Lower Francoilia (excepting As- Officers:


chaffenburg), Upper Palatinate Pres., 0. Giebel.
(excepting Regensburg), Thur- Treas., Miss Aurelia Hiibsch.
ingia with the administrative Auditor, Miss Helene Kofink.
district Erfurt, district Schleus- Executive Committee: 0. Giebel,
singen, Schmalkalden, Ziegen- R. Lange, F. Zapp, Dr. A. Rosen-
ruck (excepting Sondershausen). thal, J. Bauer, F. Eilers, K. Beer.
Population: 4,600,000; churches, Department Secretaries:
61; members, -2,648. Field Miss., F. Zapp.
Office: Hinterin Bahnhof 30, Niir- Sabbath School, Home Miss., and
emberg, Bavaria, Germany. Y. P. M. V., 0. Giebel.
Officers: Ministers:
Pres., A. Sachsenmeyer. 0 Giebel, G. F. Horner, J. F.
Treas., Miss. A. Bussinger. Grieser, R. Lange, K. Golzer, M.
Auditor, Miss H. Kofink, Ponig, M. Frail, 0. Kell.e, E.
Executive Committee: A. Sach- Adolph.
senmeyer, E. Kuschel, A. Schnei- Licentiates:
der, W. Reinhold, G. Herzog, W. W. Lorenz, W. Gast.
Meinhardt, R. Kopp. Missionary Licentiates:
Department Secretaries: ,T. G. Soanner, K. Fleck, H. Rie-.
Field Miss., A. Schneider. del, Miss J. Baschenegger, Miss
Sabbath School,. Home Miss., and K. Westenberger, Miss M. Kuf -
Y. P. M. V., M. Schwab. ler.
Ministers:
A. Sachsenmeyer, R. Milner, G.
Bahre, H. Feddersen, F. Win- WURTEMBERG CONFERENCE
mann, F. Diirr, L. Krug, M. Organized 1912
Kunze, E. Kuschel, A. v. Wal-
lenstern, M. Ganzleben; M. Territory: Wurtemberg including
Schwab, A. Woysch. HohenzollernSigmaringen.
Licentiates: Population: 2,600,000; churches,
E. Schmitz, W. Gehl, F. Schrat- 48; members, 1,670.
tenholzer. Office Address: Fangelsbachstr. 11,
Missionary Licentiates: Stuttgart, Wurtmberg, Ger-
M. Michaelis, J. Schmidt, H. many.
Schmidt, G. Schmalkoke, W.
Officers:
Spahl, R. Vogel, F. Schick, F.
Pres., G. Seng.
Mein, M. Scheibenberger, A.
Treas. and Office Sec., Miss Jo-
Hertwig, K. Fischer. hanna Walz.
Auditor, Miss Helene Kofink.
Executive Committee: G. Seng,
SOUTH BAVARIAN CONFER- J. Muth, Fr. Gregorius, St.
ENCE Geiger, E. Spilh, W. Kramer, W.
Organized 1919 Touchard.
Territory: Upper and Lower Bava- Department Secretaries:
ria, Swabia, Neuburg, and the Field Miss., W. Touchard.
southern part of the Upper Pal- Sabbath School, Home Miss., and
atinate, including Regensburg. Y. P. M. V., 0. Neubauer.
Population: 3,300,000; churches, Ministers:
42; members, 1,964. G. Seng, J. Muth, R. Werner, Fr.
Office Address: Tizianstrasse 18, Gregorius, A. Ansel, H. Schulte,
Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 0. Neubauer, A. Henger, H. Zett-
90 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

woch, G. Schweizer, F. Roth, C. SCHOOL CHURCH


Reihlen. Organized 1921
Licentiate: A. Haag. Territory: Darmstadt-Marienhohe.
Missionary Licentiates: Office Address: Libanonstr. 6,
Stuttgart, Germany.
H. Noltze, F. Gtinther,. E. Fuchs, Officers:
K. Burk, 0. Sneg, F. Breuninger, Treas., Miss Helene Kofink.
Miss A. Koehle, Miss E. Kits- Auditor, P. A. Brandt.
pert. Minister: W. Hoffmann.

WEST GERMAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized igog
Territory: Central German, Han- CENTRAL GERMAN CON-
over, Hansa, Hessia-Westphalian, FERENCE
and Rhenish Conferences. Organized 1934
Population: 25,400,000; churches,
274; members, 10,638. Territory: The Free-States Bruns-
Office Address: Richard-Wagner- wick,-Anhalt; from the Free-
str. 28, Hannover-N., Germany. State Thuringia the district
(Telephone, 60018.) Sondershaus'en; from the prov-
Full Title in German: Gemein- ince Saxony (Free-State Prus-
schaf t der Siebenten-Tags-Ad- sia) the administrative district
ventisten Westdeutscher Ver- Merseburg; the administrative
band. district Erfurt without Erfurt;
Officers: from the administrative district
Pres., Hans Fenner. Magdeburg the districts Werni-
Sec. and Treas., Willy Koch. gerode, Halberstadt city and ru-
Undertreas., Martha Weseloh. ral, Quedlinburg city and rural,
Auditor: For the Union, the Di- Aschersleben, Oschersleben, Wan-
vision Auditor. For the Con- zleben, Calbe, Wolmirstedt, Neu-
ferences, the Union Treasurer. haldensleben, Jerichow I., Mag-
Executive Committee: H. Fen- deburg city; from the province
ner, C. A. Motzer, F. A. Prieser, Hanover. (Free-State Prussia)
W. Althoff, G. Dtirolf, A. Pioch, the administrative district Hil-
H. Erzberger, W. Koch, W. desheim. ,
Peters, L. Lutz, A. Vollmer, W. Population: 4,400,000 churches,
Schubert. 47; members, 1,686.
Legal Assn: Westdeutsche Grund- Office Address: Fasanenstr. 63, I.,
stficks Gesellschaft In. b. H., I3raunschweicr, Germany. (Tele-
Hamburg. phone, 4167.)
Office: Richard-Wagnerstr. 28, Full Title in German: Gemein-
Hannover-N.; Manager, Hans schaft der Siebenten-Tags-Ad-
Fenner, Willy Koch. ventisten, Mitteldeutsche' Verei-
Department Secretaries: nigung.
Field Miss., Lorenz Lutz. Officers:-
Sabbath School, Home Miss., and Pres., W. Althoff.
Y. P. M. V., Wilhelm Peters. Sec., H. Teichmann.
Ministers: Treas., P. Jaschke.
H. Fenner, H. Erzberger, W. Auditor: The treasurer of the
Peters. West German Union.
Licentiate: 0. Gmehling. Executive Committee: W. Al-
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 91

thoff, E. Hennecke, 0. Stein, J. Executive Committee: F. A.


Hiihn, H. Langenstrassen. Prieser, R. Stein, A. Weske, A.
Department Secretaries: Lanz, 0. Drosenmeyer.
Field Miss., W. Meier. Legal Name: Gemeinschaft der
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Siebenten - Tags - Adventisten,
H. Teichmann. Hannoversche Vereinigung e.V.
Ministers: Department Secretaries:
W. Althoff, A. Bremer, H. Beck, Field Miss., A. Lanz.
E. Hennecke, W. Haas, H. Teich- Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
mann, H. Ross. R. Stein.
Licentiates: Ministers:
R. Eichwald, E. Bartz. F. A. Prieser, R. Stein, W. Her-
Missionary Licentiates: bert, 0. Panzig, H. Bohlmann,
H. Correus, J. Fenner, I. Woysch, H. Knoner, M. Schmidt, W.
L. Martin, R. Linker, A. Weisse, Bertling.
A Scherf, 0. Lutz. Licentiate: K. Harres.
Missionary Licentiates:
HANOVER CONFERENCE A. Mannesmann, E. Fraatz, E.
Organized 1919 Weigt, E. Wehrmann, R. Bra-
ger, H. Claus, E. Baumbach,
Territory: From the Province Han- Mrs. 0. Thaden, Miss E.
over (Free-State Prussia) the Schulze.
administrative district Liineburg
without the district Harburg-
Wilhelmsburg city. The admin- HANSA CONFERENCE
istrative districts Stade and Au- Organized 1909
rich; the administrative district
Hanover without Hameln city Territory: The Free-State Ham-
and without Hameln-Pyrmont. burg (without district Ritzebtit-
The administrative district Os- tel-Caxhaven), the Free-States
nabriick without the districts Liibeck, Mecklenburg-Schwerin,
Osnabruck city and rural, Melle, Mecklenburg-Strelitz. From the
Wittlage, Iburg. From the prov- Free-State Oldenburg the dis-
ince Saxony (Free-State Prus- trict Eurin. From the Free-
sia) the districts: Gardelegen; State Prussia the Province
Osterburg, Salzwedel, Stendal Schleswig-Holstein; from the
city and rural, Jerichow II. The province Hanover (administra-
Free-State Bremen; the Free- tive district Luneburg) the
State Oldenburg without Birken- district Harburg-Wilhelms13urg
feld and Eutin. From the Free- city.
State Hamburg the district Population: 3,800,000; churches,
Ritzebilttel-Cuxhaven. 59; members, 2,499.
Population: 3,500,000; churches, Office Address: Grindelberg 11, I,
54; members, 1,676. Hamburg 13, Germany. (Tele-
Office Address: Neustadt-Contre- phone 55.90.80.)
scarpe 30 I., Bremen, Germany. Officers:
(Telephone, Roland 3972.) Pres., C. A. Motzer.
Officers: Sec., Curt Steudel.
Pres., F. A. Prieser. Treas., Willi Russler.
Sec., R. Stein. Auditor: the treasurer of the
Treas., Miss F. Meier. West German Union.
Auditor, the treasurer of the Executive Committee: C. A.
West German Union. Motzer, 0. Steudelm, W. Bent-
92 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

lin, F. Rickers, C. Kapitz, H. district Hanover the district


Drangmeister. Hameln city and Hameln-Pyr-
Legal Name: Gemeinschaft der mont. The Free-States Schaum
Siebenten-Tags- Adventisten, burg-Lippe and Lippe Detmold.
Hansa Vereinigung, e. V. Population: 6,400,000; churches;
Department Secretaries: 58; members, 1,928.
Field Miss., Hans Rohwedder. Office Address: Hitlerstr. 6 I.,
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Hamm i/W., Germany. (Tele-
Curt Steudel. phone 158.)
Ministers: Legal Name: Gemeinschaft der
C. A. Motzer, C. Steudel, H. Siebenten - Tags - Adventisten,
Detlefsen, H. Drangmeister, C. Hessisch-Westfillische Vereini-
Kapitz, 0. Staubert, A. Oester- gung, e. V.
reich, G. Fischdick, R. Schroder, Officers:
K. Scheele, K. Gliickner. Pres., A. Pioch.
Licentiates: See., August Klinker.
A. Amian, E. Kaufmann, Fr. Treas., August Poll.
Racker. Auditor, the treasurer of the
Missionary Licentiates: West German Union.
C. von Fintel, P. Schornstein, W. Executive Committee: A. Pioch,
Hampel, H. Wippermann, W. Un- A. Minkel., Th. Schrader, S.
ger, H. Osterburg, H. Wille, 0. Hohmann, A. Bente.
Hesse, H. Burger, H. Oswald, E. Department Secretaries:
Niemann, W. Schiitte, S. Chris- Field Miss., Paul Knitter.
toilers, H. Hauptig, E. Tilgner, Home Miss., and Y. P. M. V.,
J. Volkmann. August Klinker.
Welfare Nurse: Hildegard Renner. Ministers:
A. Pioch, H. Watty, A. Klinker,
HESSIA-WESTPHALIAN CON- H. Wittig, W. Berthold, H. Stol-
FERENCE teberg, T. H. Wilson.
Organized 1898 as West German Licentiate:
Conference R. Rittau, W. Begemann, K.
Schubert, 0. Kortenhorn, F.
Territory: From the Free-State Schluter, P. Wiirzberger.
Prussia the province Westphalia; Missionary Licentiates:
from the province Hessen-Nas- B. Engel, P. Gode, W. Rohde, E.
sau the administrative district Stennler, A. Thomas, A. Groff-
Kassel with .the districts Es- mann, G. Ludwig, F. Holzvoigt.
chwege, Frankenberg, Fritzlar,
Hersfeld, Hofgeismar, Homberg, RHENISH CONFERENCE
Kassel city and rural, Kirchhain,
Marburg city and rural, Melspn- Organized 1902
gen, Rotenburg, Witzenhausen, Territory: From the Free-State
Wolfhagen, Ziegenhain, Hiinfeld, Prussia the province Rhineland
der Eder, des Eisenbergs, der (excepting Saarland) without
Twiste, Schaumburg; from the the districts Kreuznach, Meisen-
administrative district Wiesba- helm, St. Wendel-Baumholder,
den the district Biedenkopf; Trier city and rural, Merzig-
from the administrative district Wadern, Saarburg. From the
Osnabruck (province Hanover) province Hessen-Nassau and the
the districts: Osnabruck city administrative district Wies-
and rural, Wittlage, Melle and baden the Underlahn district
Iburg; from the administrative and the districts St. Goarshau-
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 93

sen, Niederlahnstein, Oberlahn- E. Kamann, 0. Adolph, F. Metz,


stein, Braubach. F. Roger.
Population: 7,300,000; churches, Department Secretaries:
56; members, 2,849. Field Migs., Hans Zuber.
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Office Address: Adlerstr. 70, Dus- Richard Kaufmann.
seldorf, Germany (Telephone Ministers:
16167). G. Mirolf, Fr. Rischmtiller, H.
Legal Name: Gemeinschaft der Nitschke, F. Hilmer, K. Adolph,
Siebenten - Tags - Adventisten, W. Scholl., 0. Pelzer, R. Helbig,
Rheinische Vereinigung e. V. . K. Drtige, R. Kaufmann.
Licentiates:
Officers: W. Pohland, G. Wucherer, E.
Pres., Georg Diirolf. Wenzel, K. Schieber, P. Pa-
Sec., Richard Kaufmann. protny.
Treas., Martha Fuchs. Missionary Licentiates:
Auditor, the treasurer of the K. Voget, H. Tilgner, K. Got-
West German Union. zinger, A. Heiderstildt, E. Det-
Executive Committee: G. Dii- lefsen, A. Soebeer, H. Kachel,
rolf, Fr. Rischmuller, H. Zuber, H. Heuser, M. Diekmann.

DETACHED ORGANIZATIONS
AUSTRIAN CONFERENCE BULGARIAN MISSION
Organized 1921
Territory: The Austrian Republic. Organized 1911
, Population: 6,700,000; churches, Territory: Bulgaria.
31; members, 1,557.
Office: Pelzgasse 2-10, Vienna XV, Population: 6,000,000; churches,
Austria. 22; members, 633.
Officers: Cable and Telegraphic Address:
Pres., J. Braun. Sofia, Solunska 49/10.
Treas., Miss B. Bruscha. Office Address: Solunska 49/10
Auditor, P. A. Brandt. Sofia, Bulgaria. (Telephone,
Executive Committee: J. Braun, 6466.)
K. Floder, K. Brie'', F. Hasel, Officers:
Fr. Gruber, A. Wegner, E. Pick- Supt., A. Thomas.
hart. Sec. and Treas., E. Muller.
Department Secretaries: Executive Committee: A. Thom-
Field Miss., F. Hasel. as, E. Milner, N. Neitscheff,
Sabbath School, Home Miss., and K. Waswasoff, D. Varsano, N.
Y. P. M. V., H. Schnotzinger. Peschkiroff.
Ministers: Financial Committee: the mem-
J. Braun, Fr. Gruber, A. Wegner, bers of the Executive Committee
A. Weinert, L. Schneebauer, P. and K. Christoff, C. Dulgeroff.
Weinand, 0. Saur, E. Schwarz.
Licentiates: Department Secretaries:
F. Pfingstl, Fr. Lubschina, R. Field Miss., N. Neitscheff.
LiThner, H. Schnotzinger. Y. P. M. V., Sabbath School and
Missionary Licentiates: Home Miss., A. Thomas.
Miss A. Klisch, Miss M. Brun- Ministers:
ner. A. Thomas, K. Waswasoff.
94 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

Licentiates: tendents of both East and


E. Muller, 0. Diibritz, B. Nicko- West Persia Missions.
loff.
Missionary Licentiates: GRECIAN MISSION
N. Neitscheff, D. Harboff, B. Bon- Entered 1903
neff, B. Kiriloff, A. Iwanoff, Territory: Greece and Albania.
Georgieff, W. Iwanoff, Miss N. Population: 7,832,000; churches,
Gantschewa, Miss S. Mollowa, 5; members, 113.
Miss L. Kirowa. Office Address: Lahana St. 36.
Institution: Postal Address: Post Box 144,
Bulgarian Book and Bible House, Saloniki, Greece.
(Christiansko Adventno Ob- Officers:
shtestvo), Sofia (Bulgaria), Acting Supt., A. N. Stabellos.
Solunska 49/10. Manager, E. Sec. and Treas., A. N. Stabellos,
Muller. Executive Committee: A. N. Sta-
bellos, N. Pappastamoulis, Chr.
EAST PERSIAN MISSION Christoforides.
Organized 1932 Minister: N. Pappastamoulis.
Territory: East and South Persia. Missionary Licentiates:
Population: 7,000,000; churches, A. N. Stabellos, Helene Busen-
3; members, 68. berg, Chr. Cristoforides, A.
Cable Address: "Advent," Teheran. Keanidef.
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission,
Naderi Ave., 20, Teheran, Persia. THE NETHERLANDS CON-
Officers: re=FERENCE
Supt., F. F. Oster.
Sec. and Treas., Organized 1901.
Mission Committee: F. F. Oster, Territory: The Netherlands.
0. Olson, Dr. A. Arzoo. Population: 8,000,000; churches,
Ministers: 29; members, 1,100.
F. F. Oster, 0. Olson. Office Address: Lange Beesten-
Licentiates: markt 102, The Hague, The
Dr. A. Arzoo, V. Shirvanian. Netherlands. (Telephone, Den
Missionary Licentiates: Haag 117025.)
Mrs. F. F. Oster, Mrs. 0. Olson, Officers:
Nanajan J. Badel, M. H. Gas- Pres., J. Wintzen.
parian, Rahman Termei. Sec., P. Voorthuis.
Legal Assn.: General Conference Treas., I. Krautschick.
Corporation of Seventh-day Ad- Executive Committee: J. Wint-
ventists. Representative in Per- zen, W. John, P. Voorthuis, J.
sia, F. F. Oster. Toben, T. Eijkelenboom, J. Kers-
Institutions: sen, C. Schutte.
The Persian Literature Society; Legal Name: Kerkenootschap der
Manager, E. Ashod, Tabriz, Zevende - Dags - Adventisten in
Persia. Nederland, Gevestigd te's-Gra-
Seventh-day Adventist Mission venhage.
Hospital and Dispensary, Sul- Department Secretaries:
tanabad, Persia. Director and Field Miss., J. van Iterson.
Manager, Dr. A. Arzoo; Ma- Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and
tron and Head Nurse, Miss Sabbath School, H. Eelsing.
Johanna Blauss; Board, Local Ministers:
Committee and the Superin- J. Wintzen, W. John, P. Voor-
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 95

thuis, H. Eelsing, W. Betram, A. Address: P. 0. Musoma, Tangan-


Schmutzler, F. J. L. Wortman, yika Territory, East Africa,
P. v. Oossanen, K. Erlecke, H. African Teachers: 9.
Schor. Majita Mission Station
Licentiate: J. Lankhorst. Missionary in Charge: R. Reider.
Missionary Licentiates: Address: Majita, P. 0. Musoma,
H. Kramer, H. Schmitz, I. Kraut- Tanganyika Territory, East Af-
schick. rica.
Institution: African Evangelists and Teachers:
Publishing House (Branch of 13.
Hamburg House) ; Interna- Mwagala Mission Station
tionaal Advent Zendingsge- Missionary in Charge: H. Kotz.
nootschap; Van Weede van Address: Mwagala, P. 0. Maswa,
Dijkveldstr. 77, The Hague, Lake Province, Tanganyika Ter-
Netherlands. (Telephone, ritory, East Africa.
554140.) African Teachers: 4.
Ntusu Mission Station
TANGANYIKA MISSION Missionary in Charge: H. Robson.
Address': Ntusu, P 0. Maswa,
. Entered 1903 Lake Province, Tanganyika Ter-
Territory: Tanganyika Territory. ritory, East Africa.
Population: 4,740,706; churches, African Evangelists and Teachers:
12; members, 894. 15.
Office Address: P. 0. Musoma, Suji Mission Station
Tanganyika Territofy, East Af- Missionary in Charge: S. W.
rica. Beardsell, W. Ludwig.
Officers: Address: Suji, Private Bag, P. 0.
Supt., G. A. Ellingworth. Tanga, Tanganyika Territory,
Sec. and Treas., Mrs. M. Riling- East Africa.
worth. African Evangelists and Teachers:
Committee: G. A. Ellingworth, 26.
A. Sprogis, H. A. Matthews, S. Utimbaru Mission Station
W. Beardsell, H. Robson. Missionary in Charge: H. A. Mat-
Ministers: thews.
European: G. A. Ellingworth, A. Address: Utimbaru, P. 0. Musoma,
Sprogis, H. A. Matthews, H. Lake Province, Tanganyika Ter-
Robson. ritory, East Africa.
African: Paolo Saburi, Elisa African Teachers: 14.
Manongi.
Licentiates:
R. Reider, W. Ludwig.
Missionary Licentiates: TURKISH MISSION
S. W. Beardsell, P. Werner, H. Entered 1899
Kotz, Miss L. Drangmeister.
African: Z. Maandi, B. Shagira, Territory: Turkey.
S. Isae, Y. Mseli, T. Mzota, P. Population: 14,000,000; churches,
Mlungwana, P. Kapiro, A. Ma- 3; members, 79.
fingo, A. Liso, Z. Mhuli. Office Address: 14 Saray Arkasi,
Ayaz Pasa, Istanbul, Turkey.
Ikizu Mission Station Postal Address: Posta Kutusu
Missionary in Charge: A. Sprogis. 2242, Istanbul, Turkey.
96 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

Officers: Marienhohe Seminary, Darm-


Supt., F. Backer. stadt, Germany.
Sec. and Treas., F. Backer. Ikizu Training School, Ikizu
Mission Committee: F. Backer, Mission, P. 0. Musoma, Tan-
R. Klinger. ganyika Territory, East Af-
Minister: F. Backer. rica.
Licentiate: R. Klinger. Ntusu Girls School, Ntusu, P. 0.
Missionary Licentiate: Maswa, Lake Province, Tan-
K. Kalustian. ganyika Territory, East Af-
Institution: Publ. House, Posta rica.
Kutusu, 2242, Istanbul, Turkey; Suji Training School, Suji Mis-
Manager, F. Backer. sion, Private Bag, P. 0. Tanga,
Tanganyika Territory, East
WEST PERSIAN MISSION Africa.
Tjimindi Training School, Opleid-
Organized 1932 ingsschool der Advent-Zend-
Territory: Western Persia, i. e. ing, Tjimindi, Bandoeng, Java,
Urumia; Azerbeidjan, Sendjan, Netherlands East Indies.
Gilan and Kurdistan. Eastern Publishing:
boundary the road: Qasr-i-shirin, Hamburg Publishing House (Ad-
Kermanshah, Hamadan, Kazwin, vent-Verlag E. V.), Grindel-
Aliabad on the Caspian Sea; berg 15 a, Hamburg 13, Ger-
these cities belonging to the many.
West Persian Mission. Holland Branch: (Interna-
Population: 5,000,000; churches, tional .Advent-Zendingsge-
4; members,. 100. nootschap), van Weede van
Cable Address: "Advent," Tabriz. Dijkveldstraat 77, The
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, Hague, Holland.
Tabriz, Persia. Austrian Branch (Advent-Ver-
Officers: lag E. V.) VII, Wimberger-
Supt., K. Tulaszewski. gasse 46, Vienna, Austria.
Sec. and Treas., E. Ashod. Hungarian Publishing House
Mission Committee: K. Tulas- (Advent Kiadohivatal Fiokja),
zewski, E. Ashod. Budapest I, Nemetvolg;yi ut
Department Secretaries: 26, Hungary.
Sabbath School and Pub., E. Czechoslovakian Publishing
Ashod. House, Brno-Kralovo Pole,
Y. P. M. V., K. Tulaszewski. Wilsonova 8, Czechoslovakia.
Minister: K. Tulaszewski. Bulgarian Book and Bible House
Licentiate: E. Ashod. (Christiansko Adventno Ob-
Missionary Licentiates: shtestvo), Solunska 49/10,
Haik Salakian, Michael Simono- Sofia, Bulgaria.
wich, Hovsep Gabrielian, Hakob Netherlands East Indies Pub.
Hakobian, Mrs. Julia Oraham, House (Advent Boeken Depot),
Esther Shmuel, Mrs. Xenia Na- Bandoeng, Java, Netherlands
zarian, Mrs. Shalim Sayad. East Indies.
Depositories:
Arabic Literature Society, P. 0.
INSTITUTIONS Box 478, Haifa, Palestine.
Educational: Greek Depository, Post Box 144,.
.Friedensau Missionary Seminary, Salonica Greece.
Friedensau, Burg-Land, Bez. Turkish Depository, Posta Ku-
Magdeburg, Germany. tusu 2242, Istanbul, Turkey.
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 97

Persian Literature Society, Ta- pensiepen 16-18, Mettmann,


briz, Persia. Rhld., Germany.
Sanitariums and Treatment Charlottenbad, Charlottenstr. 24,
Rooms: Hamburg 19, Germany.
Krankenhaus "Waldfriede," Fis- HaifaInstitution for Massage
cherhiitten Str. 99-109, Berlin- and Hydro Electric Therapy,
Zehlendorf-West, Germany. P. 0. Box 478, Haifa, Palestine.
JerusalemInstitution for Mas-
Bad Aibling Sanitarium, Kur- sage and Hydro-Electric Ther-
haus, Wittelsbach, Oberbayern, apy, Godfrey Str. 58, Musrara,
Germany. Jerusalem, Palestine.
ReformKuranstalt and Erho- Seventh-day Adventist Mission
lungsheim "Neanderhain" Die- Hospital, Sultanabad, Persia.
CHINA DIVISION
Organized lor
Territory: China, Manchuria, Mon- Missionary Volunteer Depart-
golia, Tibet, Sinkiang, and the ments:
islands controlled by China, to- Secretary: D. E. Rebok.
gether with Hongkong and Ma- Members: 1). E. Rebok, S. L.
cao; all of which are comprised Frost, John Oss, Miss Bessie
in the East China, West China, Mount, S. H. Lindt, P. E. Quim-
North China, South China, and by, Educa. and Y. P. M. V. sec-
Central China Union Missions, retaries of union missions; the
the Northwest China Mission, heads of training schools in the
and the Manchurian Union Mis- division; the heads of senior and
sion. junior middle schools; the super-
Population: 478,504,286; churches, intendents of union missions in
235; members, 13,744. China.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Home Missionary Department:
" Adventist," Shanghai. Codes Secretary, E. L. Longway.
used: Western Union 5 letter Members: The division publish.
edition; A. B. C. Fifth edition. ing and home missionary secre-
tary; the union and local home
Postal, Express, and Freight Ad- missionary secretaries as ap-
dress: 526 Ningkuo Road, Shang- pointed; the union field mis-
hai, China. Telephone, 51094. sionary secretaries; the execu-
Note. To find the Ningkuo tive heads of union and local
Road Mission Compound, Shang- fields.
hai, if unencumbered by lug- Medical Department:
gage, ask to be directed to a Secretary, H. W. Miller, M. D.
No. 10 Omnibus (eastbound), Members: The division medical
and stop at Ningkuo Road. If secretary, with the physicians
you have luggage, the best plan connected with all recognized
will be to take a taxi to 526 sanitariums, treatment rooms,
Ningkuo Road (Ning-gwoh-lu). and hospital-dispensaries in the
Officers: China Division; the superintend-
Pres., H. W. Miller, M. D. ents of nurses in institutions
Sec., C. C. Crisler. conducting nurses' training
Treas., C. C. Morris. schools.
Executive Board: H. W. Miller, Ministerial Association:
C. C. Crisler, C. C. Morris, S. L. Secretary: Frederick Lee.
Frost, John Oss, N. F. Brewer, Advisory Council: Frederick Lee,
M. C. Warren, 0. A. Hall, K. H. division officers, superintendents
Wood, Geo. J. Appel, E. L. Long- of union missions, division de-
way, Bessie Mount, Frederick partmental secretaries, princi-
Lee, W. A. Scharffenberg, Dr. pals of advanced schools in the
L. H. Butka, D. E. Rebok, G. L. China Division.
Wilkinson, E. R. Thiele, B. A. Publishing Department:
Liu, W. J. Harris. Sec., John Oss.
Legal Association: "General Members: The division publishing
Conference Corporation of Sev- department secretary; all union
enth-day Adventists." C. C. field and home missionary secre-
Morris, Attorney-in-fact. taries within our territory; all
Auditor, C. C. Morris. local field missionary secretaries;
Educational and Young People's the head of the publishing house
98
CHINA DIVISION 99

in China, together with the chief Blandford, E. L. Longway. Wu


editors as appointed by the divi- Dzeh Shan, Liu Meng Ru, G. L.
sion committee; the superin- Wilkinson, A. Mountain.
tendents of all union missions. Licentiates:
Sabbath School Department: W. I. Hilliard, Yeh Kwen Gan,
Secretary: Miss Bessie Mount. Goh Djao Oh, H. W. Christian,
Advisory Committee: The divi- Y. H. Chu, H. R. Dixon, C. S.
sion Sabbath school secretary; Sissions, Dr. L. H. Butka, M. E.
all union Sabbath school sec- Loewen.
retaries; assistant editor of the Missionary Licentiates:
(Chinese) "Sabbath School Mrs. H. W. Miller, Mrs. C. C.
Helper," Frederick Lee, E. R. Crisler, Mrs. S. L. Frost, Mrs.
Thiele, K. H. Wood, Joseph May, D. E. Rebok, H. L. Shull, Mrs.
C. C. Morris, Yeh Kweh Gan, H. L. Shull, Miss Tillie E. Barr,
Miss Ivy Wu.. F. A. Landis, Mrs. F. A. Landis,
The Home Commission: Bessie Mount, Mrs. S. H. Lindt,
Members: E. R. Thiele (chair- Mrs. W. A. Scharffenberg, E. C.
man), Dr. H. W. Miller, Mrs. B. Wood, Mrs. E. C. Wood, W. E.
Miller, Mrs. T. F. Mi, B. A. Liu, Eberhardt, Mrs. W. E. Eber-
Mrs. E. Longway, Elsie Liu, Miss hardt, Mrs. Charles Larsen, Mrs.
J. Holmes, Mrs. Chen Gien Wen, P. E. Quimby, Lu Shou Dao,
S. L. Frost, Mrs. A. E. Hughes, Elisabeth Redelstein, Hsu Yung
Mrs. L. H. Davies, Mrs. P. E. Chi, Hsu Pao Djen, H. H. Morse,
Quimby, Miss Abbie Dunn, Mrs. Mrs. H. H. Morse, Matilda Fol-
IL H. Morse, Mrs. N. F. Brewer, lett, A. R. Boynton, Mrs. A. R.
Dr. Constance Wen, Mrs. J. Eff- Boynton, Dr. J. Constance Wen,
enberg, Anna Loo, Mrs. C. B. Mrs. C. C. Morris, R. A. Brett,
Green, Lucy Andrus, Mrs. M. C. Mrs. R. A. Brett, Mrs. C. L.
Warren, Mrs. 0. A. Hall. Blandford, Mrs. John Oss,
Transportation Agents: C. C. Mor- E. C. Meisler, Mrs. E. C. Meisler,
ris (chairman), the union treas- J. T. May, Mrs. Joseph May,
urers of the South and Central Mrs. Frederick Lee, Mrs. E. R.
China Union Missions. Thiele, Philip H. Shigley, Mrs.
Division Building Committee: C.,C. P. H. Shigley, Li Hsiang
Morris (chairman), H. W. Miller, Kiang, Chin Ta Thing, John
E. C. Wood, C. C. Crisler, K. H. Shull, Mrs. John Shull, C. L.
Wood, D. E. Rebok, Geo. J. Ap- Woods, Mrs. C. L. Woods, Y. C.
pel. Chen, Miss Grace Hsu, Li Wei
Ministers: Ching, Miss Yen Shu Bin, Ruth
Dr. H. W. Miller, Frederick Lee, Atwell, Mrs. R. H. Hartwell,
C. C. Crisler, S. L. Frost, C. C. Mrs. L. H. Butka, Shan Bao
Morris, S. H. Lindt, D. E. Rebok, Djung, Mrs. W. A. Scott, Alice
John Oss, W. A. Scharffenberg, Roberts, Hazel Shadel, Mrs. E. L.
Hwang Dz Ging, G. J. Appel, Longway, Lydia Seibold, Wilton
M. C. Warren, K. H. Wood, N. F. Wood, Mrs. Wilton Wood, Ruth
Brewer, 0. A. Hall, E. R. Thiele, Ladd, Dr. A. L. Tai, Beatrice
P. E. Quimby, Charles Larsen, Crisler, Dr. Herbert Liu, Mrs.
B. A. Liu, R. H. Hartwell, C. L. Herbert Liu, Mrs. M. E. Loewen.
CENTRAL CHINA UNION MISSION
Organized x919
Territory: The following-named Address: Lowanho, Yencheng, Ho-
provinces: Honan, Hunan, Hu- nan, China.
peh, Kiangsi. Officers:
Population: 104,011,642; churches, Director, E. H. James.
27; members, 2,204. Sec. and Treas., D. C. McFeters.
Telegraphic Address: " Advent- Department Secretaries:
ist," Hankow. Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Office Address: 2 Rue Clemenceau, Wang Ili Dji.
Hankow, Hupeh, China. Home Miss., Djang Djen Hai.
Officers: Medical, R. J. Brines, M. D.
Supt., M. C. Warren. Publishing, Hou Hsu Hsuan.
Sec. and Treas., A. Mountain. Sabbath School, Wang Ih Dji.
Executive Committee: M. C. Ministers:
Warren, A. Mountain, C. H. E. H. James, Liu Djen Bang,
Davis, Dr. R. J. Brines, E. H. Djao Hsi Liang, Wang Ging Bo,
James, W. E. Strickland, C. A. Peng Hsien Djung, Su Dien
Carter, Wang Deh Dzi, Fan Dzi Ching, Djang Djen Hai, Tang
Hsiang, Liu Djung Gwang, Dzou Hsin Loh.
Pei Hsin, A. F. Tai, T. A. Shaw, Licentiates:
Du Shu Ren, Su Dien Chang. R. J. Brines, M. D., Wang Ih
Department Secretaries: Dzi, Tien Yen Wen, Niu Siu
Educational and Y. P. M. V., C. Shen, Wang Chwen Yung.
A. Carter. Missionary Licentiates:
Home Miss., T. A. Shaw. Mrs. E. H. James, Mrs. R. J.
Medical, R. J. Brines, M. D., Brines, D. C. McFeters, Mrs. D.
Publishing, Dzou Pei Hsin. C. McFeters, Josephine Holmes,
Sabbath School, T. A. Shaw. Miss M. Ragsdale, Hou Hsu
Ministers: Hsuan, Li Yu Djeh, Djang Ying
M. C. Warren, W. E. Strickland, Kou, Hsiao Han Djung, Dr. Bai
A. Mountain, Dzou Pei Hsin. Yuen Chang, Mrs. Djang, Hwang
Licentiates: Hsi Min, Gia Da Sao, Yao Feng
T. A. Shaw, C. A. Carter, Dr. Hsien, Fan Deh Yu, Yao Da Sao,
R. J. Brines, A. F. Tai, N. J. Lee, Djang Gwoh Djen.
Li Kwang Ren. Church School Teachers:
Missionary Licentiates: 12 teachers.
Mrs. M. C. Warren, Mrs. A.
Mountain, Mrs. T. A. Shaw, Mrs. HUNAN MISSION
C. A. Carter, Mrs. W. E. Strick- Organized 1917
land, Peng Wei Ching, Mrs. T.
A. Smith. Territory: The Province of Hunan.
Population: 28,443,279; churches,
HONAN MISSION 6; members, 463.
Telegraphic Address: " Adventist,"
Organized 1917 Changsha.
Territory: The Province of Honan. Address: S. D. A. Mission, The
Population: 30,831,909; churches, island, Changsha, Hunan,na. li
6; members, 957. Officers:
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Acting Director, Du Shu Ren.
Mission," Lowanho. Sec. and Treas., G. G. Hamp.
100
CHINA DIVISION 101

Department Secretaries: Ministers:


Educational, Wu Ding Chi. C. H. Davis, Fan Chih Hsiang.
Field Miss., Djou Yu Wen. Licentiates:
Home Miss., Du Shu Ren. Chang Shun Chen, Li Wei Ch'ing,
Sabbath School, Hu Si Kwei. B. C. Clark, Li Kwang Ren.
Y. P. M. V., G. G. Hamp. Missionary Licentiates:
Ministers: Mrs. C. H. Davis, Mrs. B. C.
Du Shu Ren, Hwang Djung Seng, Clark, Ch'en Yu Pei, Wang Chin
Wu Shou San, Wang Deh Dzi. Men, Yang Teh Hui, Liu Yang
Licentiates: Ku, Chu Yeh Chang, Tsao Yin
G. G. Ramp, Djang Fu Hsuan, Pei, Abbie Dunn, Sang Dwan
Dju Dzi Ai, Hsu Sin Tang. Fu, Chang Keh Di, Chen Li Gun,
Bible Worker: Djou Si Mu. Y. S. Leng, Yen Chun Shan, Yen
Missionary Licentiates: Gia Gieh, Chang Hsu Chen, Han.
Mrs. G. G. Ramp, Bu Sing Ting, Yao Chen.
Chen Tsai Shing, Djou Hai Ru,
Djou Yu Wen, Djang Gwang
Sing, Hu Si Gwei, Hwang Shao
Bing, Hsia Chang Yu, Yeh Dao
Sou, Wu Ding Chi. KIANGSI MISSION
Church School Teachers: Organized 1917
Tsai Gwei Hsiang, Hwanff Ren
Wu, Wu Ding Chi, Wang t'Ching Territory: The Province of Ki-
Wei, Ih Fei. angsi.
Population: 17,569,210; churches,
5; members, 315.
HIIPEH MISSION Telegraphic Address: " Adventist
Organized 1909 Mission," Nanchang.
Territory: The Province of Hupeh . Address: S. D. A. Mission, No. 155
Population: 27,167,244; churches, Tung Wan Ni Hong, Nanchang,
Kiangsi, China. .
10; members, 469.
Telegraphic Address: " Adventist," Officers:
Hankow. Director, John Liu (Liu Djung
Gwang).
Address: 107 Woo Tsu Street, Sec. and Treas., Peng Hsien Wu.
Hankow, Hupeh, China.
Department Secretaries:
Officers:
Director, C. H. Davis. Book and Bible House, Shen Kuo
Sec. and Treas., Y. S. Leng. Yue.
Executive Committee: C. H. Educational, Shen Hsuen Hung.
Davis, Y. S. Leng, Hu Bing Field Miss. and Home Miss.,
Chen, Yen Chun Shan, Abbie Djao Yang Hwe.
Dunn, Li Wei Chin, Fang Chih Sabbath School, Wang Wen
Hsiang. Hwei.
Department Secretaries: Ministers:
Book and Bible House, Y. S. Liu Djung Gwang.
Leng. Licentiates:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Wang Wen Hwei, Shen Hsuen
Hu Bing Chen. Hung, Peng Hsien Wu.
Field Miss., Yen Ch'un Shan. Missionary Licentiates:
Home Miss. and Sabbath School, Peng Liang, Chang Chwen Hwa,
Dzu Yeh Chang. Djao Yang Hwei, Liu Siao
102 CHINA DIVISION

Ching, Liang Si An, Lo Yue Ni Chwen Chieh, Hwang Cheng


Ching, Lo Chi Yuan, Wang Shou, Nao Shiah Chen.
Kwang Long, Yu Kwang Yu, Church School Teachers:
Shen Kuo Yu. Deng Siao Sien, Wang Yung
Bible Women: Koo.

EAST CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized 199; reorganized 1919
Territory: The Anhwei, Kiang- ANHWEI MISSION
su, and Chekiang Provinces. Organized 1910
Population: 76,457,501; churches, Territory: The Province of An-
83; members, 3,490. hwei, and Nanking district of
Telegraphic Address: "Mizpah," Kiangsu Province.
Shanghai. Population: 21,976,920; churches,
Office Address: 1207 Yu-Yuen Road, 11; members, 551.
Shanghai, China. (Tel. 27167.) Telegraphic Address: " Adventist,"
Officers: Nanking.
Supt., K. H. Wood. Postal Address: 20 Gao Lou Men,
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, C. S. Nanking, Kiangsu, China.
Sissons. Officers:
Executive Committee: K. H. Director, B. Petersen.
Wood, C. S. Sissons, 0. B. Sec. and Treas., Y. C. Shih.
Kuhn, Mrs. K. H. Wood, Wu Executive Committee: B. Peter-
Tsung Shan, Wu Dzi Chiao, sen, Y. C. Shih, Wu Tsung Shan,
Hu Dzeh Ren, L. H. Butka, Pan Shui Ru, Wang Hsi Tien,
M. D., Shih Yuen Tsing, H. C. Wu Shao Djen, Chen Hwa Ting.
Shen, B. F. Gregory, C. Schroe- Department Secretaries:
ter, Pan Shui Ru, Mrs. B. Miller, Educational, Pan Shui Ru.
L. E. Reed,. Chen Lan Fang, Home Miss., Wu Shao Djen.
T. E. Wu, Swen Tsung Gwang, Publishing, Djang Hsiu Deh.
Djang Ging Yuen, Miss T. M. Sabbath School, Tang Hao.
Wu, A. Fossey. Y. P. M. V., Pan Shui Ru.
Department Secretaries: Ministers:
Educational, H. C. Shen. B. Petersen, Wu Tsung Shan,
Field Miss., Diang Ging Yuen. Pan Shui Ru.
Union Evangelist, H. C. Shen. Licentiates:
Home Miss., L. E. Reed. Y. C. Shih, Wang Yu Tien, Gu
Medical, L. H. Butka, M. D. Shao Chiao, Dju Gien Pan.
Sabbath School, Mrs. K. H. Missionary Licentiates:
Wood. Mrs. B. Petersen, Ding Fu Chen,
Y. P. M. V., L. E. Reed. Lei Hsien Gwang, Dju
Ministers: Yao Ming Yuan, Beh Wen Bing,
K. H. Wood, H. C. Shen, L. E. Gwo Er Gieh, Liu Dao Chwan,
Reed, K. D. Karalashvili, J. H. Chen Fu, Chen Ih Liang.
Effenberg.
Licentiate: Djang Ging Yuen. Middle School Teachers:
Missionary Licentiates: Li Yun Han, Chen Hwa Ting,
Mrs. K. H. Wood, C. S. Sissons, Wu Shao Djen.
Mrs. C. S. Sissons, Mrs. K. D. Church School Teachers:
Karalashvili, Miss Ivadel Eaton, Djang Gi Seng, Tsao Mei Li,
Mrs. L. E. Reed. Wang Li Djung.
CHINA DIVISION 103

KIANGSU MISSION NORTH CHEKIANG MISSION


Organized 1913 Organized 1930
Territory: The southern portion Territory: The northwestern por-
of Kiangsu Province, and the tion of Chekiang Province.
northern portion of Chekiang Population: 10,456,610; churches,
Province. 14; members, 634.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
Population: 20,000,000; churches, Hangchow, Chekiang, China.
13; members, 775. Office Address: Ping Hai Road,
Telegraphic Address: "Mizpah," Hangchow, Chekiang, China.
Shanghai. Officers:
Office Address: Court 1207 Yu Director, C. Schroeter.
Yuen Road, Shanghai, China. Sec. and Treas., Miss Helen Wu.
(Phone, 20167.) Executive Committee: C. Schroe-
ter, Miss Helen Wu, Mrs. B. Mil-
Officers: ler, Wang Lu San, Sung Shiang
Director, 0. B. Kuhn. Ming.
Sec. and Treas., Woo Dji Min. Department Secretaries:
Executive Committee: 0. B. Book and Bible House,
Kuhn, Woo Dji Min, H. C. Shen, Educational, C. Schroeter.
Mrs. B. Miller, D. C. Wu, 'Wu Field Miss., Sung Shiang Ming.
Tien En, Yeh Tung Sin, Dju Home Miss., C. meter.
Chien, T. R. Using, H. K. Hwa. Women's Work, Mrs. B. Miller.
Department Secretaries: Sabbath School, Carl Schroeter.
Book and Bible House, Y. D. Y. P. M. V., Ho Liang Shing.
Kang. Ministers:
Educational, U. C. Shen. C. Schroeter, Chen Lai Fang,
Field Miss., H. K. Hwa. Wang Lu San.
Home Miss., Wu Tien En. Licentiate: Chen I Fu.
Sab. School, Wang Loh Shan. Missionary Licentiates:
Women's Work, Mrs. B. Miller. Chang Ren Shu, Sung Shiang
Ministers: Ming, Shen Wen Huang, Mrs. M.
D. C. Wu, 0. B. Kuhn, Wu Tien Schroeter, Chan Ho Lan, Mrs.
En, H. C. Shen. Tang Djen Dao, Fang Dji Sen,
Licentiates: Mrs. Wu Shias Chen, Tsai Gs
Yeh Tung Sin, Mrs. B. Miller, Chi, Wu Wen Fei, Li Pu Fan,
Meng Ching En. Shen Yung Tsing, Ling Hung
Kai.
Missionary Licentiates:
Dju Chien, Ma Tsung Dju, Yang
Gia En, Wang Yen Hsiang, Miss NORTH KIANGSU MISSION
I. Y. Hsu, Miss C. L. Tsui, Mrs. Organized 1931
W. S. Djou, Mrs. K. S. Shill,
Mrs. H. D. Djang, Mrs. W. F. Territory: The Northern two-
Liu, Mrs. H. W. Gu, Mrs. A. L. thirds of the Kiangsu Province,
Djeng, Mrs. H. F. Chen, Mrs. except the. Nanking District.
Y. S. Wu, W. C. ,Beh, G. C. Population: 16,781,489; churches,
Djang, Mrs. 0. B. Kuhn. 6; members, 210.
Postal Address: Tsing Kiang Pu,
Church School Teachers: Kiangsu, China.
Feng Hsu Hsun, Djou Si-mu, Officers:
Yang Djung Pei, Han Liang Director, Swen Tsung Gwang.
Sheng, D. G. Dih, Mrs. G. N. Sec. and Treas., Miss T. M. Wu.
Shen, Miss Y. IC Wu. Executive Committee: Swen
104 CHINA DIVISION

Tsung Gwang, Miss T. M. Wu, Home Miss. and Publishing, Wu


Mo Gwang Sing, S. H. Lindt, Kao Fu.
Djang Tsung Djou, Shan Teh Educational, Alfred Fossey.
Djen, Chen Yu Djen, Hwang Li Evangelistic, Pan Tsz Chan, Wu
Hwei. Dzeh-ren.
Department Secretaries: Women's, Mrs. B. F. Gregory.
Educational and Home Miss., Ministers:
Swen Tsung Gwang. B. F. Gregory, Wu Dzeh-ren,
Publishing, Diang Ging Yuen. Chen Yiu-shih, Alfred Fossey,
Sabbath Sch., Djang Tsung Djou. Liu Shiao-tien, Pan Tsz-than.
Y. P. M. V., . Licentiates:
Minister: Swen Tsung Gwang. Yung Kehlung, Dju Teh Ming,
Missionary Licentiates: Chiang Sz, Chen Wen Sz, Djiao
Djang Tsung Djou, Dzan Si Mu. Ming Shien, Chian Pao-ren, Pan
Li-dze.
SOUTH CHEKIANG MISSION Missionary Licentiates:
Organized 1919 Bai Ngo-ko, Dju Tsz-loa, Chian
Territory: The Prefectures of Djung-kwang, Chian Ai-dao,
Wenchow, Chuchow, and Tai- Chian Sing-hwa, Chian Sz-ling,
chow, and the Nantien Hsien, in Choa Simo, Djao Ta-tsin, Djao
the southern portion of Chekiang Wu-kwai, Chou Wu-sing, Chou
Province. Sz-toe, Chen Fu-dung, Chen Fu-
Population: 7,616,517; churches, sen, Chen Kwo-tung, Dzing Nyo-
36; members, 1,192. li, Chen Li-fang, Chen Nyie-
Telegraphic Address: " Adventist," ming, Chen Sing-toe, Dzing Mi-
Wenchow. chang, Dzing Tsz-san, Ku Djung-
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, sz, Kung Zing-tsung, Li Simo,
Wenchow, Chekiang, China. Liu Simo, Wu Fu-li, Wu Kao-fu,
Officers: Wu Sha-tung, Hwang Ching-tan,
Director, B. F. Gregory. Hwang Ren, Tsai Tsz-Zing, Tung
Sec. and Treas., Alfred Fossey. Zing-fu, Djao Ping-chu, Yieh
Executive Committee: B. F. Kwan-nan, Wang Dzi-fu, Wang
Gregory, Alfred Fossey, Wu Fu-ren, Wang-Simo, Wang Li-
Dzeh Ren, Chen Yu Shih, Liu san, ng a Kwang-shu, Shih
Shiao Tien, Pan Li Chan, Chian Ding-tsai, Shih Na-fu, Mrs. B. F.
Pao Ren, Dju Teh-min, Djiao Gregory, Mrs. A. Fossey.
Ming-shien, Tung Zing-fu. Training School Teachers:
Department Secretaries: Chen Yu Shih,Wu -Shan.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Church School Teachers:
Liu Sbiao Tien. Shu Ming, Wu Tsz Chung.

MANCHURIAN .UNION .MISSION


Organized igig -
Territory: The four provinces of Officers:
Manchuria. Superintendent, N. F. Brewer.
Population: 35,000,000; churches, Sec. and Treas., W. I. Hilliard.
22; members, 1,214. Executive Committee: N. F.
Telegraphic Address: " Adventist," Brewer, W. I. Hilliard, H. N.
Mukden. Brodersen, Giang Tsung Kwang,
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, 7. M. Chen, D. L. Djeng, Dr. R.
No. 1, 29th Wei Lu, Mukden, W. Paul, Wang Fu Yuan, Wang
Manchuria. Fu Yuan, Wang Ching Yang,
CHINA DIVISION 105

Hsiao Tsi Fu, F. M. Larsen, M. FENGTIEN MISSION


Popow.
Department Secretaries: (Formerly Liaoning Mission)
Educational, Djeng Deli Li. Territory: Province of Liaoning.
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Population: 14,000,000; churches,
F. M. Larsen. 10; members, 360.
Medical, Dr. R. W. Paul. Telegraphic Address: " Adventist,"
Sabbath School, J. M. Chen. Mukden.
Y. P. M. V., Djeng Deli Li. Address: S. D. A. Mission, 1, 29th
Ministers:. Wei Ln, Mukden, Manchuria.
N. F. Brewer, F. M. Larsen, Officers:
Giang Tsung Gwang, M. Popow, Director, H. N. Brodersen.
M. A. Kalabugin. Sec. and Treas., J. M. Chen.
Licentiates: Executive Committee: H. N.
W. I. Hilliard, Dr. R..W. Paul, Brodersen, J. M. Chen, C. Y.
H. N. Brodersen. Wang, Y. C. Liu, D. L. Djeng,
Missionary Licentiates: W. H. Mu, Liang Rei Ho.
Mrs. N. F. Brewer, Mrs. H. N. Department Secretaries:
Brodersen, Mrs. 0. G. Erich, 0. Book and Bible Hou'se, Gin Shih
G. Erich, Mrs. R. W. Paul, Mrs. Feng.
W. I. Hilliard, Mrs. F. M. Lar- Educational, D. L. Djeng.
sen, Wen Li Bing, Dr. Winston Field Miss., Liang Rei Ho.
Nethery, Mrs. Winston Nethery, Home Miss., C. Y. Wang.
Raymond Cottroll, Mrs. Ray- Sabbath School, J. M. Chen.
mond Cottrell. Y. P. M. V., D. L. Djeng.
Licentiates:
CHIEN TAO (KANDO) MISSION C. Y. Wang, Y. C. Liu, H. N.
:Organized 1930 Brodersen, J. M. Chen.
Missionary Licentiates:
Territory: Three hsiens of eastern Li Hsu Tung, Chou Chi Ming,
Kirin called Chientao district. Chao Tien. Tseng, Chou Hsiao
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, Fan, Mu Wen Hwan, Dwan Hsi
Tou Ta Gou, Chien Tao, Kirin, Chen, Liang Rei Ho, Gin Yoa
Manchuria. San, Liu Chang Li, Yuah Wei
Officers: Sin.
Director, K. H. Kim. Bible Women:
Sec., Elia Kim. Chin Hsu Chin, Kao Tzi Yu.
Treas., J. M. Cheri. Church School Teachers:
Executive Committee: K. H. Chou Wen Mo, Chin Yao San,
Kim, J. M. Chen, Elia Kim, Kim Gwo Sao Wen, Wu Shih Fan.
Ryong Eul, Sin Hung Sik.
Minister: Kim Kyu Kyok. HEILIINGKIANG MISSION
LicentiateS: -
Kim Ryong Eul, Soung Young Organized 1929
Soo. Territory: ,Heilungkiang Province
Missionary Licentiates: and part of Kirin Province.
Kwak Ryong Nam, Elia Kim. Population: 5,000,000; churches,
Bible Women: 5; members, 145.
Kim Yu Ra, Kim Chung Wan, Address 44, Kovelskaya St., Sun-
Li Un Hung. gary Town, Harbin, Manchukuo,
Church School Teachers: - Officers:
Kim Ming Yu, Kina.Kong Choon, Director, Wang Fu Yuan.
C. K. Lee, Sin Filing Sik. Treas., Wang Fu Yuan,
106 CHINA DIVISION

Executive Committee: Wang Fu Educa., Giang Tsung Gwang.


Yuan, Tsui Yu Djang, Feng Field Miss., Djang Tsi Ting.
Chen Djuin, Gi Fu Seng, N. F. Home Miss., Giang Tsung Gwang.
Brewer. Sab. School, Gwang Sung Yao.
Department Secretaries: Minister: Giang Tsung Gwang.
Book and Bible House, Gwan Licentiate: Hsiao Tzi Fu.
Sung Yao. Missionary Licentiates:
Educational and Home Miss., Tsai Yi Cheng, Chih Young
Wang Fu Yuan. Tsun.
Field Miss., Djang Tsi Ting. Church School Teachers:
Sabbath School, Mrs. Wang Fu Tsui Dien Gu, Li Dzi Chieh.
Yuan.
Licentiates: SUNGARI MISSION
Wang Fu Yuan, Tsui Yu Djang. Organized 1925
Missionary Licentiates:
Chou Hsiao Fan, Hwang Chung Territory: Russians in Manchuria.
Wen, Djang Djao Lin. Population: 150,000; churches,
Bible Woman: 4; members, 391.
Mrs. Wang Fu Yuan. Telegraphic Address: " Adventist,"
Church School Teacher: Harbin.
Hsu Tang Ching. Postal Address: Post Box 20, New
Town, Harbin, Manchuria.
Officers:
Director: M. Popow.
KIRIN MISSION Sec. and Treas., K. Savitsky.
Territory: Kirin Province. Executive Committee: M. Po-
pow, B. K. Brajnicoff, K. Sa-
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist vitsky, A. I. Ivanoff, Mrs. E. I.
Mission," Hsinking. Brajnicoff, N. Mersliakoff, M. A.
Churches: 3; members, 186. Kalabugin.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Hsin- Department Secretaries:
king, Manchuria. Educational and Y. P. M. V., A.
Officers: I. Ivanoff.
Director, Giang Tsung Gwang. Field Miss., and Home Miss., M.
Treas., W. I. Hilliar. Popo w.
Accountant and Sec., Gwan Sung Sab. Sch., Mrs. E. I. Brajnicoff.
Yao. Ministers:
Executive - Committee: Giang M. Popov, M. A. Kalabugin.
Tsung Gwang, W. I. Hilliard, Licentiates:
"Govan Sung Yao, Djang Tsi B. K. Brajnicoff, N. M. Kerslia-
Hsiao Tzi Fu. koff.
Department Secretaries: Missionary Licentiates:
Book and Periodical House, A. I. Ivanoff, K.. Savitsky, Mrs.
Gwan Sung Yao. E. I. Brajnicoff, Mrs. M. Popow.

NORTH CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized 'gig

Territory: The Provinces of Cha- Population: 84,358,964; churches;


har, Hopei, Jehol, Mongolia, 12; members, 1,473.
Shansi, Shatung, and Suiyuan. Telegraphic Address: Adventist,
CHINA DIVISION 107

Peiping; Telephone, East Office CHAHAR-SUIYUAN MISSION


2841.
Organized 1932
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, 62
. Ta Fang Chia Hutung, Peiping, Territory: Provinces of Chahar,
Hopei, China. Suiyuan, except that portion of
Officers: Suiyuan south of latitude 40,
Supt., W. J. Harris. and that portion of Shansi that
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, H. W. lies north of Great Wall.
Christian. Population: 6,000,000; churches,
Executive Committee: W. J. 1; members, 50.
Harris, H. W. Christian, Medical Telegraphic Address: Adventist,
Supt. of North China Sanita- Kalgan, Chahar.
rium and Hospital, Chiao Wen-li, Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kalgan,
Otto Christensen,. A. A. Esteb, Chahar, China.
Shen Chen-p'an, Wang Hsi-yuan,
Gob Chiao-liang, Keng Chiao- Officers:
chun, C. B. Green, Tsou Hsun- Director, Tsou Hsun-yuan.
yam), R. M. Cossentine, Dwan Sec.-Treas., .
Executive Committee: Tsou
Yung-ch'ien, H. A. Mourer, M. D. Hsun-yuan, Dr. Harold Mourer,
Department Secretaries: Liu Teh-chung, Wu Chin-feng.
Educational, . . , North Department Secretaries:
China Trainino Institute, Book and Periodical House,
Fengtai, Hopei, ''
China.
Field Miss., A. A. Esteb. Field Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
Home Miss., A. A. Esteb. Y. P. M. V., Liu Huan-hsi.
Medical, H. A. Mourer, M. D. Home Miss., Tsou HsIm-yuan.
Sab. Sch., R. M. Cossentine. Minister: Tsou Hsun-yuan.
Y. P. M. V., Missionary Licentiates:
Ministers: Cheng Chung Sheng, Liu Huan-
W. J. Harris, A. A. Esteb. hsi, Liu Chi-ch'ing, Wu Chin-
Licentiate: H. W. Christian. feng.
Missionary Licentiates:
Mrs. H. W. Christian, Mrs. A. HOPEI MISSION
A. Esteb, Keng Kun Lin, Chow Organized 1918
Hsin-min,Shen Tze Ming, Hsu
Wen-pin,Liu Teh-Chung, . Shen Territory: The Province of Hopei.
Tze-ming, Mrs. Shen Tze-ming, Population: 30,341,127; churches,
H. A. Mourer, M. D. 4; members, 533.
Institutions: Telegraphic Address: Adventist,
North China Sanitarium and Peiping.
Hospital, Kalgan, Chahar, Address: S. D. A. Mission, 62 Ta
China. Fang Chia Hutung, Peiping,
North China Training Institute, Hopei.
Feng T'ai, Hopei. Officers:
Hopei Training Institute, 62 Ta Director, C. B. Green.
Fang Chia Hutung, Peiping, Sec. and Treas., Keng Kun-lin.
Hopei. Executive Committee: C. B.
Shantung Training Institute, 102 Green, Wanh Hsi-yuan, Keng
Wei I Lu, Tsinan, Shantung. Kun-lin, Ma Chi-min, A , A Es-
108 CHINA DIVISION

teb, Pai Tze-heng, Liu Fu-an, Sec. and Treas., Otto Christen-
Keng Fu-kuang. sen.
Executive Committee: Otto
Department Secretaries: Christensen, Mrs. Otto Christen-
Book and Periodical House, sen, J. Maltsev, Dr. Harold
Hsu Wen-pin. Mourer, P. Rodionoff.
Educational, Li Kuang-chen. Department Secretaries:
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Mission Publishing House, Otto
Christensen.
Sabbath School, Wang Ja-ju. Sabbath School, Mrs. Otto Chris-
Y. P. M. V., Wang Ja-ju. tensen.
Ministers: Minister: Otto Christensen.
C. B. Green, Wang Hsi Yuen. Licentiates:
Licentiates: J. Maltsev, P. V. Rodionoff.
Kong Fu Kwang, Lucy Andrus, Missionary Licentiates:
Wang Tze-yuan, Pei Tza-heng. Mrs. Otto Christensen.
Missionary Licentiates:
Pai Tze-heng, Mrs. Ko, Shan
Tze Ch'ang, Keng Chiao-chun, SHANSI MISSION
Mrs. C. B. Green, Wang Tao- Organized 1928
chin, Wang Ja-ju, Chang Pao-
Ch'ing, Chu Wen-hsin, Chun T'ai Territory: The Province of Shansi,
T'ai. south of the Great Wall.
Population: 11,114,592; churches,
JEHOL MISSION 1; members, 329.
Organized 1933 Telegraphic Address: Adventist
Taiyuanfu.
Territory: Province of Jehol. Address: S. D. A. Mission, 36 Fu
Population: 2,500,000; churches, Hsi Chieh, Taiyu-anfu, Shansi.
1; members, 30. Officers:
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Hsi Ta Director, Chiao Wen Li.
Chieh, Ch'eng Teh, Jehol. Sec. and Treas., Chow Hsin Min.
Officers: Executive Committee: Chiao
Director: Ko Chiao-liang. Wen Li, Chow Hsin Min, Wang
Sec.-Treas., Ko Chiao-liang. Chih-t'ai, Chang Feng-t'ing,
Executive Committee: North Hsu Chi-li.
China Union Mission Committee. Department Secretaries:
Department Secretaries: Book and Periodical House,
Book and Periodical House, Chow Hsin-min.
Ching Tsai-t'ing. Field Miss., Home Miss., and
Field Miss., Ching Tsai-t'ing. Y. P. M. V., Chang Fneg-t'ing.
Home Miss., Ko Chiao-Lang.. Sabbath Sch., Chow Hsin-min.
Minister: Chiao Wen-li.
MONGOLIAN MISSION Missionary Licentiates:
Organized 1930 Li An-jen, Wang Chih-t'ai, Mrs.
Territory: Mongolia. Li Jen-min, Hsu Chi-li, Chang
Population: 3,600,000; churches, Feng-t'ing, Li Fu-t'ien, Chang
1; members, 9. Chin-an, Li Chang-hsi.
Telegraphic Address: Adventist,
Kalgan.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kalgan, SHANTUNG MISSION
Chahar. Organized 1917
Officers: Territory: The Province of Shan-
Director, Otto Christensen. tung.
CHINA DIVISION. 109

Population: 30,803,245; churches, Field Miss., Dwan Yung-ch'ien. ,


4; members, 522. Home Miss., Dwan Yung-ch'ien.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Sabbath School, Educational,
Tsinan. and Y. P. M. V., Liao Hua.
Ministers:
Address: S. D. A. Mission, 102 Wei W. J. Harris, R. M. Cossentine,
I Lu, Tsinan, Shantung. Shen Chen-p'an.
Officers: Licentiates:
DirE;ctor, W. J. Harris. Dwan Yung-ch'ien, Chang Ch'-
Sec.-Treas., Shen Tze-ming. ien-kuang.
Executive Committee, W. J. Missionary Licentiates:
Harris, R. M. Cossentine, Shen Mrs. W. J. Harris, Mrs. R. M.
Tze-ming, Chang Chien-kuan, Cossentine, Liao Hua, Ni Meng-
Shen Chien-p'an, Dwan Yung- chi, Mrs. Shen Tze-ming, Fu Jui-
ch'ien, Chang Tze-t'ing Liao lien, Hsieh Chin-lan, Mrs. Jen,
Hua. Chang Jen-chu, Yang Hna-chang,
Department Secretaries: Goh Chiao-chin, Wang Te-ehun,
Book and Periodical House, Liu Hsiao-Chiu, Hwang Hsiu-
Shen Tze-ming. Ying.

NORTHWEST CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized 1932
Territory: Provinces of Chinghai, Missionary Licentiates:
Kansu, Ninghsia, Shensi, and Liu Fu-an, Ho Pin.- Dwan, Swen
Sinkiang, plus that portion of }Twit Ting, Mrs. Ho
b Ping Divan,
Suiyuan Province south of 36 Lo Hwei On, Hsiao Keh Ching,
N. Lat. Mrs. M. H. Vinkel, Wang Dz
Population: 26,147,023; churches, Ching, Mrs. G. J. Appel, Mrs.
12; members, 595. L. H. Davies.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
Lanchow.
Postal Address: Northwest China CHINGHAI MISSION
Union Mission of S. D. A., Lan- Organized 1933
chow, Kansu, China. Territory: Chinghai Province.
Officers: Population: 700,000; churches and
Acting Supt., G. J. Appel. companies, 4; members, 34.
Sec. and Treas., L. H. Davies. Postal Address: Fa Yuen Chieh,
Executive Committee: G. J. Ap- Sining, Chinghai.
,pel, L. H. Davies, Z. H. Coberly, Telegraphic Address: Adventist
J. H. Shultz, N. 0. Dahlsten, Wu Mission, Sining.
Dz Shan, Chen Wen Shio, Shao Officers:
Chen Shiu, Ho Ping-Dwan. Director, Chen Wen Shio.
Department Secretaries: Sec. and Treas., Chen Wen Shio.
Educational, Z. H. Coberly. Executive Committee: Chen
Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and Wen Shio, Fung Djung Tsoong,
Y. P. M. V., Yu Dun Tien.
Medical, M. H. Vinkel, M. D. Department Secretaries:
Ministers: Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
G. J. Appel, L. H. Davies, Wu Y. P. M. V., Yii Dun Tien.
Dz Shan. Minister: Chen Wen Shio.
110 CHINA DIVISION

Missionary Licentiates: Population: 1,342,425; churches,


Yli Dun Tien, Wang Pei Chun, 2; members, 21.
Fung Djun Tsoong. Postal Address: Djung Shan Da
Church School Teachers: Chieh, Ninghsia, Ninghsia.
Yu Sz Mu, Hsiieh Djan Ting, Telegraphic Address: Adventist
Gwoh Toong Dji. Mission, Ninghsia.
Officers:
KANSU MISSION The Union Committee.
Department Secretaries: '
Organized 1933 Educational, Z. H. Coberly.
Territory: Kansu Province, and Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
that part of Ninghsia Province Y. P. M. V., Tan Deh En.
lying west of 10320' E. Long. Licentiates:
Population: 9,750,645; churches Shao Chen Shiu, Chen Peh Dao.
and companies, 5; members, 105. Missionary Licentiates:
Postal Address: Kansu Mission of Tan Deh En, Kung Shin Shan.
S. D. A., Lanchow, Kansu, China.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
Lanchow. SHENSI MISSION
Officers:
Director, J. H. Shultz, (Chone, Organized 1933
Kansu). Territory: Shensi Province, ex-
Sec. and Treas., P. H. Shigley. cept 20 hsiens north of 32 N.
Executive Committee: J. H. Lat.
Shultz, P. H. Shigley, Chen Wen Population: 11,802,451; churches,
Hwang, Swen Sway Ching, Tsai 10; companies, 18; members 435.
Shu Shung, Liu Shih Yen. Postal Address: Shensi Mission of
Department Secretaries: S. D. A., Outside West Gate,
Educational, Chen Wen Hwang. Sianfu, Shensi.
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
P. H. Shigley. Sianfu.
Sab. School, Swen Sway Ching. Officers:
Minister: J. H. Shultz. Director, Z. H. Coberly.
Missionary Licentiates: Sec. and Treas., Z. H. Coberly.
Liu Tsoong Ho, Mrs. J. H. Executive ' Committee: Z. H.
Shultz, Hsiao Keh Ching, Hsueh Coberly, Djia Tai Hsiang, Liu
Ching Swan, Swen Sway Ching; Shill Chang, Ho Ping Dwan, Fan
Liu Shih Yen, Chen Wen Hwang, Deh Djuin, Wang Shih Wu, Li
Tsai Hoong Fay. . Den Yin.
Church School Teachers: Department Secretaries:
Chen Wen Hwang, Tsai Hoong Educational, Ho Ping Dwan.,
Fay. Field Miss., Liu Shih Chang.
Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
NINGHSIA MISSION Y. P. M. V., Djia Tai Hsiang.
Organized 1933 Medical, Mrs. Coberly.
Territory: Ninghsia Province ex-
Minister: Z. H. Coberly.
cept that part west of 10320' Licentiate: Djia Tai Hsiang.
East Long.; but including twen- Missionary Licentiates:
ty hsiens in Shensi Province, Fan Deh Djuin, Mrs. Z. H. Cob-
north of 32 N. Lat., and that erly, Li Dun Yin, Liu Shill
part of Suiyuan Province south Chang, Wang Shih Wu, Gob
of 360 N. Lat. Lien Sin, Lu Beh Ran.
CHINA DIVISION 111

SINKIANG MISSION Officers: The Union Executive


Committee.
Organized 1933
Minister: N. 0. Dahlsten.
Territory: Province of Sinkiang. Missionary Licentiates:
Population: 2,551,502. Mrs. N. 0. Dahlsten, Simeon
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, Agafonoff, P. H. Shigley, Mrs.
Lanchow, Kansu, China. P. H. Shigley.

SOUTH CHINA UNION MISSION


Reorganized 1919
Territory: The Provinces of Licentiates:
Kwangsi, Kwangtung, Fukien; C. E. Wimer, E. H. Ngo.
the Island of Hainan; the Col- Missionary Licentiates:
onies of Hong Kong and Macau. W. E. Eberhardt, Mrs. C. E.
Population: 71,588,837; churches, Wimer, Mrs. 0. A. Hall, Mrs.
44; companies 63; members, W. E. Eberhardt, Mrs. L. C.
3,115. Wilcox, Mrs. A. L. Ham, Miss
Telegraphic and Cable Address: Nell Ketterman, Harry Wan.
" Adventist," Hongkong.
Telephone: 23407. CANTONESE MISSION
Office Address: " La Rue Villa,"
40 Stubbs Road, Hongkong, Territory: The Cantonese-speak-
China. ing portion of Kwangtung
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 310, Province; Hongkong, Macao and
Hongkong, China. Hainan Island.
Population: 15,000,000; churches,
Officers: 12; companies, 7; members, 738.
Supt., 0. A. Hall. Telegraphic Address: "Adventist
Sec., Treasurer, and Auditor, Mission," Canton.
W. E. Eberhardt. Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
Executive Committee: 0. A. Tungshan, Canton, China.
Hall, W. E. Eberhardt, P. L. Officers:
Williams, J. P. Anderson, L. C. Director, P. L. Williams; Asso.,
Wilcox, K. T. Khng, B. L. Ander- T. S. Woo.
son, S. T. Lo, V. J. Maloney, P. Sec.-Treas., S. S. Wong.
V. Thomas, T. P. Tshi, T. S. Accountant, S. S. Wong.
Woo, C. E. Wimer, A. L. Ham, Mission Committee: P. L. Wil-
D. D. Coffin, C. Y. Hung, Mrs. liams, H. S. Leung, C. N. Tso,
0. A. Hall, S. T. Ging, H. S. T. S. Woo, T. M. Lei, S. C. Ha,
Leung. S. S. Wong, Dr. F. E. Bates.
Department Secretaries: Department Secretaries:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Educational, H. S. Leung.
L. C. Wilcox. Field Miss., P. T. Lo.
Field Miss., C. E. Wimer; Asso., Home Miss., T. M. Lei.
E. H. Ngo. Medical, F. E. Bates, M. D.
Home Miss., L. C. Wilcox. Sabbath School, P. T. Lo.
Medical, D. D. Coffin, M. D. Y. P. M. V., .
Sabbath School, Mrs. 0. A. Hall. Ministers:
Ministers: E. G. Annofsky, H. B. Parker,
0. A. Hall, A. L. Ham, L. C. Wil- T. S. Woo, C. N. Tso, Dr. F. E.
cox. Bates.
112 CHINA DIVISION

Licentiates: Educ., Field Miss., Sab. Sch., and


P. L. Williams, S. M. Cheung, S. Y. P. M. V., Ho Tsing.
C. Ha, Lo Pak Tsim, S. C. Chan, Home Miss., Tshi Tsok Phien.
Y. T. Fung, Dr. Lung-Ping- Medical: H. C. James, M. D.
Hang, T. M. Lai, H. S. Leung, Ministers:
S. S. Wong, Wong Chung Man. P. V. Thomas, Tshi Tsok Phien,
Missionary Licentiates: Lo Tet Tsun, Ng Yuk Pin.
Mrs. H. B. Parker, Mrs. P. L. Licentiate: Dr. H. C. James.
Williams, Mrs. E. G. Annofsky, Missionary Licentiates:
P. T. Lo, Y. N. Chow, Mrs. F. K Mrs. H. C. James, M. D., Mrs.
Bates, Lam Sz Ki, Lai Shai P. V. Thomas, Chen Chi So, Li
Kwong, Leung Wa Yau, Dr. Tsu Fan, 'Chang En Tshien, Ohk
S. K. Hung, Maou Tsz Yan, Nyong, Ng Yok Chhi, Lo Tet
Au Sz Tai, Chan Ye Ku, Loo Tshien, Vun Shau Vun, Ho
Yee Hing,' Tso Wing Kie, Hou Tshin, Chong Sin Tso, Chong
Lap Chung, Elsie Wong, Sin Thau Fam, Li Moi Fa, Chung
Yum Kwong, Bak Yuan Chick, Yuk Hon, Wong. Yip Chiu, Lo
Leung Tong Leung, Pang Lein Fui En, Chong Kwet En, Liu
Geit, Marian Phang. Tsu Nyau, Chong Yun Fo.
Church School Teachers:
Leung Hing Sun, Tsoi Sz Man, Church School Teachers:
Mrs. Hoh Wai Yu, Luk Hing Wong Pang Shau, Lo Yun Kao,
Hung, Chin Shek Kwong, Wan Li Chhun Shi, Chung Yuk Hon.
So Wan, Ho Wai Man, Chung
Tse 0i, Poon Cheng Pik, Miss
Chue. KWANGSI MISSION
Territory: The Province of Kwang-
HAKKA MISSION si, and On Po, Ling Shan and
Yam Chow Districts in Kwang-
Territory: The Hakka-speaking tung.
portion of the Provinces of Population: 12,250,000; churches
Kwangtung and Fukien. and companies, 13; members,
Population: 8,200,000; churches 320.
and companies, 20; members, Telegraphic Address: Adventist
740. Mission, Nanning, Kwangsi.
Telegraphic Address: Adventist Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
Mission, Waichow, Kwangtung. Nanning, Kwangsi, China.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Officers:
Director, J. P. Anderson.
Waichow, Kwangtung, China. Sec. and Treas., J. P. Anderson.
Officers: Asst. Treas., Lei Hang Sung.
Director, P. V. Thomas; Asso. Committee: J. P. Anderson, Dr.
Dir., Tshi Tsok Phien. D. D. Coffin, V. M. Hansen, Lei
Sec. and Treas., P. V. Thomas. Hang Sung, Siu Pok On, Lo
Accountant, Wang Tsu Tan. Wai Tuen, Chick Tai Keung.
Mission Committee: P. V. Thom- Department Secretaries:
as, Dr. H. C. James, Lo Tet Book and Periodical House,
Tsun, Tshi Tsok Phien, Ng Uuk Lei Hang Sun.
Pin, Chong Sin Tso, Chung Tsu Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Kium, Ho Tsing. Sim Pok On.
Department Secretaries: Field Missy and Home Miss.,
Book and Periodical House, Chick Tai Keung.
Wang Tsu Tan. Medical, D. D. Coffin, M. D.
CHINA DIVISION 113

Sabbath School, Lei Hang Sung. Bible Women:


Ministers: Mrs. Ho Do Sing, Ling Huoi Mu,
J. P. Anderson, Lo Sin Tsai. Mrs. Do, Mrs. Ngu Hu Liong,
Licentiates: Mrs. Kung Hok Hi, Mrs. Ding
D. D. Coffin, M. D., V. M. Han- Ging Gieu, Mrs. Uong Bing
sen, Siu Pok On, Cheung Yan Dung.
Kin, Chou Hei Nien, Cheung Church School Teachers:
Pui Hung. Hong Cong Keng, Ngu Diong
Missionary Licentiates: Sang, Mrs. Eu Icing, Ling Guok
Mrs. J. P. Anderson, Mrs. D. D. Sing, Ngieng Giu' Hok, Ding
Coffin, Mrs. V. M. Hansen, Yang Chung Hung, Long Huo King.
King Shan, Chick Tai Keung,
Wong King Sing, Lei Chak Man, SOUTH FUKIEN MISSION
Lei Hang Sung, Tong Oi Chan, Territory: The southern half of
Mrs. Chan Chuck Ping, Lo Tai Fukien Province.
Ma, Mrs. Siu Pok On, So Nei Population: 12,000,000, churches,
Kei. 8; companies, 7; members, 417.
Cable Address: "Adventist Mis-
NORTH FUKIEN MISSION sion," Amoy.
Territory: The northern portion Office Address: S, D. A. Mission,
of the Province of Fukien. Kulangsu, Amoy, China.
Population: 13,200,000; churches (Telephone No. 70.)
and companies,. 22; members, Officers:
505. Director, B. L. Anderson.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Sec.-Treas., B. L. Anderson.
Foochow, China. Asso. Dir., C. Y. Hung.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Accountant, Siaw Teck Yam.
Mission," Foochow. Mission Committee: B. L. An-
Officers: derson, N. K. Keh, N. S. Tan,
Director, V. J. Maloney. C. T. Tan, C. Y. Hung, K. T. So,
Sec. and Treas., V. J. Maloney. T. T. Chhoa, J. G. MacIntyre, N.
Mission Committee: V. J. Ma- P. Keh.
loney, Chai Guok Hong, Ging So Department Secretaries:
Tang, Ngu Ong Ing, Diong Educational,
Chiong Mi, Ling Buong Sieng. Home Miss., C. Y. Hung.
Department Secretaries: 'Publishing, K. H. Hung.
Book and Periodical House, Sabbath School, Mrs. B. L. An-
Cong Ga Ciong. derson, Ang Kim Hi.
Educational, Sabbath Sch., and Y. P. M. V., J. G. MacIntyre.
Y. P. M. V., Ling Buong Sieng. Ministers:
Field Miss., Iek Sing. B. L. Anderson, N. K. Keh, C. Y.
Ministers: Hung, N. P. Keh.
V. J. Maloney, Chai Guok Hong. Licentiates:
Licentiate: Ging Su Tang. C. T. Tan, N. S. Tan, K. T. So,
Missionary Licentiate: S. C. Keh, T. K. Keh, K. H.
Mrs. V. J. Maloney. Hung, B. L. Tan, T. S. Ngo,
Native Evangelists: Diong Chi- J. G. MacIntyre, K. H. Ang.
ong Mi, Eu long Ching, Ging Missionary Licentiates:
Ko Bing, Ho Do Sing, Ho Haiu Mrs. B.,L. Anderson, Mrs. J. G.
Hua, Iek Chung Guong, Iong MacIntyre, In Su Hui.
Ming Ong, Kieu Gi Sieu, Ling Bible Women (native):
Buoi Hi, Kong Ting Sing, Hong 'Lu Ban Chim, Tsng A Tsu, Lim
Bing Dung, Ling Ging Ciong. Sun Bee, Tan Po Siu.
114 CHINA DIVISION

Church School Teachers: Tan, M. C. Ng, J. Hwang, T. N.


Lim Soon Eng, Tiu Hoai Kok, Lo, S. T. Heng.
Si Iau Teng, Lee Thien Chia, Department Secretaries:
Jim Se Kang, Tan Giok Chia, Book and Bible House,
Tan Tsang Chi, Lim Lo To. Educational and Sabbath &h.,
K. T. Kling.
Field Miss. and Home Miss.,
SWATOW MISSION Joseph Hwang.
Y. P. M. V., T. S. Teng.
Territory: The Eastern slope of Ministers:
the province of Kwangtung. T. K. Ang, K. T. Khng.
Population: 11,200,000; churches Licentiates:
and companies, 14; members, T. N. Lo, Ng Mia Cheng, Heng
380. Seng 'Peck, Ng Hi long, Lee
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Theng Huan, S. K. Ie.
Mission," Swatow. Missionary Licentiates:
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Joseph Hwang, T. S. Teng, Lin
Huei Chia Tau, Swatow, Kwang- Pan Tau, Rang Bun Chau, Gou
tung, China. Soh Lau, Ang Tsu Ch'ai Tan
Officers: Choeh Run, Mrs. Sng, Miss Khu,
Director, K. T. Kling. Mrs. Lou Rang, Chan Kia Ti, Pe
Treas., South China U. Office. Hur, Ho Su Kim, Tan Pok
Sub. Treasurer, Cheng.
Accountant: Harry Wan. Church School Teachers:
Sec., S. G. Lim. T. S. Teng, Mrs. Sng, Lee Su
Committee: K. T. Khing, K. H. Ian.

WEST CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized igig.
Territory: The Provinces of Sze- Deh Seng, Chen Gien Wen, Chen
chwan, Yunnan, Kweichow, Si- Gwoh Djun.
kang, and Tibet. Department Secretaries:
Population: 92,679,380; churches, Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
24; members, 1,670. Hwang Dzi Chiang.
Telegraph Address: " Adventist Field Miss. and Home Miss.,
Mission," Chungking. Djang Djen Chiang.
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, Sab. Sch., Hwang Dzi Chiang.
Chungking, Szechwan, China. Ministers:
G. L. Wilkinson, A. E. Hughes,
Officers: Hwang Dzi Chiang.
Supt., G. L. Wilkinson. Licentiates:
Sec.-Treas., and Auditor, H. R. H. R. Dixon, Djang Djen Chiang,
Dixon. Djeng Fu. Yung.
Executive Committee: G. L. Missionary Licentiates:
Wilkinson, H. R. Dixon, D. R. Mrs. H. H. Dixon, Mrs. G. L. Wil-
White, Ho Ai Deng, C. B. Miller, kinson, Mrs. A. E. Hughes.
A. E. Hughes, A. B. Buzzell,
Hwang Dzi Chiang, Wang An EAST KWEICHOW MISSION
Hsi, F. W. Johnson, Djang Djen
Chiang, Li Wan Chuen, H. E. Organized 1928
James, P. P. Bartholomew, Feng Territory: That portion of Kwei-
CHINA DIVISION 115

chow Province east of a north Educational and Y. P. M. V.,


and south line passing just west Yii Gung Tsing.
of Sungkan, Tsunyi, and Kwei- Field Miss., Giang Gwang Yao.
yang to Anping; and south of a Sabbath School, Wang An Hsi.
line from Anping west to the Ministers:
Yunnan border. D. R. White, Li Geng Yii, Wang
Population: 7,850,000; churches, An Hsi.
3; members, 180. Licentiates:
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kwei- Ren Gwoh Hwa, Yang Gi Djou,
yang, Kweichow, China. Yang Sin Seng, Yfi Gung Tsing.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Director, F. W. Johnson. Mrs. D. R. White, Chuen Ding
Sec. and Treas., F. W. Johnson. Wan, Liu Dzi Shih, Loh Tseh
Mission Committee: F. W. John- Chuen, Chen Djung, Shuen, Dai
son, Li Wan Chuen, Feng Lung Ging Szi.
Chung, Chen Feng Lin. Church School Teachers:
Department Secretaries:. Tan Dzu Dji, Li Wei Dji.
Bible House, F. W. Johnson.
Educational, Fang Wen Hwa. TIBETAN MISSION
Home Miss., Li Wan Chuen. Organized 1919
Sab. School, Mrs. F. W. Johnson.
Minister: Li Wan Chuen. Territory: The western portion of
Licentiates: Szechwan Province and Tibet.
F. W. Johnson, Chen Feng Lin, Population: 2,900,000; churches, 1;
Chang Djen Kwei. members, 9.
Missionary Licentiates: Address: S. D. A. Mission, Ta-
Mrs. F. W. Johnson, Lung Chang, tsienlu, Szechwan, China.
Lung Fan Min, Lueh Wu Liang, Officers:
Djang Hsi Djang, Li Choen An, Director, P. Bartholomew.
Pan Shu Ho. Sec. and Treas., P. Bartholomew.
Church School Teacher: Licentiates:
Fang Wen Hwa. P. Bartholomew, Chen Tse Chiao.
Mfssionary Licentiates:
EAST SZECHWAN MISSION Mrs. P. Bartholomew, H. E.
James, M. D., Mrs. H. E. James,
Organized 1919 An Deh Hsiion.
Territory: The eastern portion of
Szechwan Province. WEST KWEICHOW MISSION
Population: 32,550,000; churches,
10; members, 530. Organized 1927
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Chung- Territory: That portion of Kwei-
king, Szechwan, China. chow Province west of a north-
Officers: and south line passing just west
Director, D. R. White. of Sungkan, Tsunyi, and Kwei-
Sec.-Treas., H. R. Dixon. yang to Anping; and north of a
Mission Committee: D. R. White, line from Anping west to the
H. R. Dixon, Wang An Hsi, Liu Yunnan border; and that por-
Dzi Shih, Yang Sin Seng, Giang tion of Yunnan east of the
Gwang Yao', Yii Gung Tsing. Yangtze and north of Tung-
Department Secretaries: chwan and Kutsingfu; and .that
Book and Periodical House, portion of Szechwan province
Yii Gung Tsing. south of the Yangtze from Sulfa,
Home Miss., Wang An Hsi. but not including Hokiang.
116 CHINA DIVISION

Organized Churches: 5; members, 1). T. Dzo, I. Y. Dzen, Yang Kai


528. Hsuen.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Pichieh, Church School Teachers:
Kweichow, China. C. D. Chang, Mrs. C. D. Chang.
Officers:
Director, Ho Ai Deng. YUNNAN MISSION
Sec. and Treas., Ho Ai Deng. Organized 1928
Minister: Territory: All the province of
Ho Ai Deng. Yunnan except the northeast
Licentiates: corner above Tungchwan.
Dzu Yin Tin, Chen Gwoh Djun, Population: 9,938,180; churches,
Chen Dji Lung. 2; members, 268.
Missionary Licentiates: Address: S. D. A. Mission, Yun-
Li Ni Djung, Dju Da Mei, Ren nanfu, Yunnan, China.
Djung Hsin, Tao Fu Using, Officers:
Wong Hsin Bang, Wang Ya Director, C. B. Miller.
Men, Gwoh Gia Chiang, Yang Sec. and Treas., C. B. Guild.
Chi Lien, Ou Shao Sin, Li Gi An. Mission Committee: C. B. Miller,
Bible Women: Feng Deli Sen, C. B. Guild.
Yang Lung Si, Wang Fu Liang. Department Secretaries:
Ho Ren Ming, Gung. Si Nue. Sabbath School and Home Miss.,
Mrs. Dora L. Feng.
WEST SZECHWAN MISSION Ministers:
C. B. Miller, Feng Deh Sen.
Organized 1919 Licentiates:
Territory: The middle-west por- Cecil Guild, Lo Gwei Ih, Liu
tion of Szechwan Province. Hen Ih.
Population: 32,062,000; churches, Missionary Licentiates:
4; members, 149. Mrs. C. B. Miller, Mrs. Cecil
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Cheng- Guild, Mrs. Dora L. Feng, Hu
tu, Szechwan, China. Keh Tsang, Lung Tsan Deh,
Officers: Hang Tsong Gwang, Han Wan
Director, A. B. Buzzell. Hsuen, Sen Liu Sz Mu.
Sec.-Treas., A. B. Buzzell. Church School Teacher:
Mission Committee: A. B. Buz- Sen Liu Sz Mu, Shen Chien
zell, Mrs. A. B. Buzzell, Li Deli 'Wen, Mrs. Chen Chien Wen.
Hsin, Dzo Dzen Tin, Li Gi
Chuan, Lu Da Hwa, Wang Kwei INSTITUTIONS IN CHINA
Yu. DIVISION
Department Secretaries: Educational:
Book and Periodical House, Anhwei Junior Middle School,
P. C. Hsiao. Pengpu, Anhwei, China.
Field Miss., D. T. Dzo. Bee Hwa Middle School, Kulang-
Sabbath School and Home Miss., su, Amoy, China.
Li Gi Chuan. Canton Middle School, Tung-
Educational and Y. P. M. V., shan, Canton, China.
C. D. Chang. China Training Institute, Chiao
Minister: A. B. Buzzell. Tou Tseng, Kiangsu Province,
Licentiates: China.
Li Deli Hsin, Lo Yin Djang. Far Eastern Academy, 458 Ning-
Missionary Licentiates: kuo Road, Shanghai, China.
Chen Hwa Hsuen, Lin Han Chin, Foochow Intermediate School,
Mrs. A. B. Buzzell, G. C. Li, Foochow, China.
CHINA DIVISION ' 117

Hankow Bible and Industrial Box 20, Newtown, Harbin,


Institute of S. D. A., Wang Manchuria, China.
Gia Dun, Hankow, Hupeh, Tibetan Mission Press, Tatsienlu,
China. Szechwan, China.
Harbin Training Institute, Tsi- Mongolian Mission Press, S. D.
tsihar St.,9, New Town, Har- A. Mission, Kalgan, Chahar,
bin, Manchuria. China.
Home Study Institute, Oriental Medical:
Branch, 525 Ningkuo Road, Canton Sanitarium and Hospi-
Shanghai, China. tal, Sam Yuk Road, Tung
Ronan Junior Middle School, Lo- Shan, Canton, China.
wanho, Yencheng, Honan, Chiao Tou Hospital-Dispensary,
China. China Training Institute, Ciao
Hopei Training Institute, 62 Ta Tou Tseng, Kiangsu, China.
Fang Chia Hutung, Peiping, Fui On Hospital-Dispensary, Ad-
Hopei, China. ventist Mission, Waichow,
Hunan Provincial Junior Middle Kwangtung, China.
School, Changsha, Hunan, Lanchow Hospital, Lanchow,
China. Kansu, China.
Manchurian Union Training In- Little Eden Hospital-Dispensary,
stitute, Wen Kuan Tun, Muk- Shek Lo Tau St., Fatshan,
den, Manchuria. Kwangtung, l'h na
North China Training Institute, Nanning Hospital - Dispensary,
Fengtai, Hopei, China. Nanning, Kwangsi, China.
Northwest China Union Mission North China Sanitarium and
School, Tsaotan, Shensi. Hospital, Kalgan, Chahar,
Shanghai Training School for China.
Nurses. Postal Address, Box Shanghai Sanitarium. Postal
1281. 150 Rubicon Road Address, Box 1281. 150 Rubi-
Shanghai, China. con Road, Shanghai China;
Shantung Training Institute, 102 also a branch establishment at
Wei I Lu, Tsinan, Shantung. 33 Range Road, Shanghai,
China; City Medical office,
South Chekiang Training Insti- Room 225-226, Sassoon House,
titute, Da Bao, Tsi Chi kou, Shanghai, China.
West China Union Bible In- Sheng Yang Sanitarium-Hospi-
stititute, Da Bao, Tsitsikow, tal, Beh Ling, Mukden, Man-
Szechwan. churia.
West Kweichow Provincial, Mis- Sheng Yang (Mukden) Clinic, 1,
sion School, Pichieh, Kwei- 29th Wei Lu, Mukden, Man-
chow, China. churia.
Publishing: Tatsienlu Dispensary, Tatsien-
Signs of the Times Publishing lu, Szechwan, China.
House 515 Ningkuo Road, Yencheng Sanitarium-Hospital,
Shanghai, China. Lowanho, Yencheng, Honan,
Sungari Mission Press, P. 0. China.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION
Organized ror

Territory: Japan, Chosen (Korea), Eugene Woesner, Dr. H. A. Hall,


Formosa, Japanese Mandates, Mrs. R. R. Figuhr, Mrs. Theo-
Philippine Islands, Straits Set- dora Wangerin, Mrs. J. G. Gjord-
tlements, British North Borneo, ing Mrs. V. T. Armstrong, Mrs.
Brunei, Sarawak, Malay States, Blanche E. Griggs.
Siam, and French Indo-China, Home Missionary Department:
all of which is comprised in the Secretary, J. H. McEachern.
Chosen, Japan, Malayan and Office Sec., Edith McPherson.
Philippine Union Missions. Members: C. M. Lee, R. M.
Population: 140,824,070; churches, Milne, Mrs. Blanche E. Griggs,
439; members, 22,013. R. S. Watts, V. T. Armstrong,
Cable Address: "Adventist," Ma- Antonio Abawag, W. H. Berg-
nila. berm, Dr. H. A. Hall, W. P.
Telegraphic Address: Baguio, Bradley.
Mountain Province. Medical Department:
Temporary Headquarters: Navy Sec., Dr. H. A. Hall.
Road, Baguio, Philippine Islands. Members: Dr. E. E. Getzlaff, Dr.
Postal Address: Box 7, Baguio, J. E. Gardner, Dr. G. H. Rue.
Philippine Islands. Ministerial Association:
Officers: Sec., Frederick Griggs.
President, Frederick Griggs. Office Sec., Dorothy J. Wheeler.
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, - Eu- Members: The Division depart-
gene Woesner. mental secretaries, the superin-
Executive Board: Frederick Griggs, tendents of union missions, the
Eugene Woesner, W. P. Bradley, principals of the advanced train-
J. H. McEachern, J. G. Gjording, ing schools in the Far Eastern
R. R. Figuhr, V. T. Armstrong, Division.
H. A. Oberg, Dr. H. A. Hall, Mrs. Publishing Department:
Blanche E. Griggs, E. A. Moon, Sec., J. H. McEachern.
A. N. Nelson, Dr. G. H. Rue, Office Sec., Edith McPherson.
W. E. Scharffenberg. Members: M. F. Wiedemann, R.
Legal Assn.: "General Confer- M. Milne, E. J. Kraft, E. A.
ence Corporation of Seventh-day Moon, W. E. Gillis, V. T. Arm-
Adventists." Eugene Woesner, strong, W. W. R. Lake, H. A.
Attorney-in-fact, for the Philip- Oberg, Eugene Woesner, E. M.
pine Islands. Adams, H. P. Evens, S. Miyake.
Educational Department: Sabbath School Department:
Sec., W. P. Bradley. Sec., Mrs. Blanche E. Griggs.
Office Sec., Edith McPherson. Office Sec., Dorothy J. Wheeler.
Members: J. L. Cummins, A. N. Members: F. R. Millard, Li Si-
Nelson, H. M. Lee, F. L. Bunch, barani, Mrs. Theo. Wangerin,
Tomas Pilar, Yee Sung Eui, S. Jose 0. Bautista, F. W. Deta-
Ogura, R. Senson, F. W. Deta- more, W. P. Bradley, J. G.
more, C. W. Lee, Dr. H. A. Hall, Gjording, Mrs. R. R. Figuhr.
W. A. Scharffenberg, H. A. Young People's Miss. Vol. Dept.:
Oberg, L. M. Stump. Sec., W. P. Bradley.
Home Commission: Office Sec., Edith McPherson.
Sec., Mrs. J. H. McEachern. Members: F. A. Mote, J. L. Cum-
Members: W. P. Bradley, Mrs. mins, Gil de Guzman, A. N. Nel-
118
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 119

son, S. Ogura, R. S. Watts, F. W. ern, W. P. Bradley, J. G. Gjord-


Detamore, J. IL McEachern, V. ing, V. T. Armstrong, R. R. Fig-
T. Armstrong, R. R. Figuhr. uhr, H. A. Oberg.
Transportation Agents: Eugene
Woesner (chairman); the union Licentiates:
treasurers of the Japan, Chosen,
Philippine, and Malayan Unions. Eugene Woesner, H. W. Klaser,
Division Building Committee: The I. E. Gillis, H. J. Perkins.
Division Executive Committee.
Missionary Licentiates:
LABORERS HOLDING CREDEN- Mrs. Blanche E. Griggs, Mrs. Eu-
TIALS FROM THE FAR gene Woesner, Mrs. J. H. Mc-
EASTERN DIVISION Eachern, Mrs. W. P. Bradley,
Ministers: Dorothy J. Wheeler, Edith Mc-
Frederick Griggs, J. H. McEach- Pherson, Nora Atkins.

CHOSEN UNION MISSION


Mission organized 1908; Conference organized rgr7; Union Mission
organized rgig

Territory: Chosen (Korea). Sab. Sch. and Home Commis-


Population: 21,058,305; churches, sion, Mrs. Theo. Wangerin.
104; members, 3,253. Ministers:
Cable Address: "Adventist," Seoul. H. A. Oberg, H. M. Lee, C. W.
Western Union Five letter Code. Lee, W. E. Gillis, H. F. Benson,
R. S. Watts, Ernst Bahr, P, N.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kim, Y. S.. Pak.
Outside East Gate, Seiryori, Licentiates:
Keijo (Seoul), Chosen, (Tele- S. E. Lee, Y. M. Kim, K. I. Lee,
phone, Kokamon 1721.) I. E. Gillis, C. S. Son, Y. S. Leu,
Officers: C. C. Kim, Y. H. Hyun, G. H.
Superintendent, H. A. Oberg. Rue, M. D., C. U. Pak, Y. S. Oh,
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, I. E. C. R. Son, N. S. Lee S. S. Ko.
Gillis. Missionary Licentiates:
Executive Committee: H. A. P. E. Tin, H. S. Leu, S. E. Yune,
Oberg, I. E. Gillis, T. H. Chae, K. S. Pak, 0. S. Chae, P. S. Pak,
T. S. Chyong, W. J. Pudewell, W. S. Chang, Y. W. Lee, P. S.
N. C. Kim, E. J. Urquhart, H. M. Kwak, P. S. Lim, S. S. Kim, H.
Lee, W. E. Gillis, G. H. Rue, K. Kim, S. G. Chawng, P. S. Im,
Ernst Bahr, R. S. Watts, S. E. Meriam Pak, K. K. Cho, C. U.
Lee, K. I. Lee, S. W. Im. Kim, Y. C. Chae, 0. C. Kim, H.
Legal Organization Title: Zidon of K. Ko, P. K. Ko, N. W. Chyung,
the Chosen Union Conference of S. W. Im, 0. I. Chae, Mrs. Theo.
S. D. A. Wangerin, A. R. Tucker, Mrs. R.
Department Secretaries: S. Watts, Mrs. A. R. Tucker,
Educational, -H. M. Lee. Miss H. M. Scott, Mrs. H. M.
Field Miss., Ernst Bahr. Lee, Mrs. E. J. Urquhart, Mrs.
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., R. H. F. Benson, Mrs. G. H. Rue,
S. Watts. Mrs. C. W. Lee, Mrs. H. A. Oberg,
Medical, 0. H. Rue, M. D. Mrs. M1-5, W:
120 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

Pudewell, Mrs. Ernst Bahr, Mrs. H C. Kim, C. E. Kim, Y. K. Kim,


W. E. Gillis. C. Y. Han, S. C. Chyung, T. 0.
Training School Teachers: No.
H. M. Lee, Y. H. Hyun, A. A. Church School Teachers:
Tucker, Mrs. A. R. Tucker, H. F. C. S. Lee, H. C. Kim, C. E. Kim,
Benson, K. I. Lee, P. N. Kim, Y. K. Kim, C. Y. Han, S. C.
IL K. Kim, P. S. Kwak, S. G. Chyung.
Chawng, Y. W. Lee, Y. Higashi,
Y. I. Chae, Y. M. Kim. NORTH CHOSEN MISSION
Church School Teachers:
P. K. Koh, N. W. Chyung, S. W. Organized 1934
Im, 0. I. Chae. Territory: Provinces of North and
South Ham Kyung, and Tong
CENTRAL CHOSEN MISSION Chyung, Ko Syung, Im Chae,
Organized 1919 Yang Yang, Kang Nyung coun-
Territory: Provinces of Kang Won ties in Kang Won.
(except the counties of Tong Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
Chyung, Ko Syung, Im Chae, Wonsan, Chosen.
Yang Yang, Kang Nyung, Sam Officers:
Chuk, Ul Chin, Kyung Ki, Chy- Director, T. S. Chyong.
ung Chung North (except the Sec.-Treas., S. S. Ko.
counties of Ok Chun and Young Executive Committee: T. S.
Dyong), Chyung Chung South Chyong,. S. S. Ko, K. C. Pak S.
(except the counties of Non Sun Y. Kim, Y. S. Hwang, R. S.
Watts, Theo. Wangerin..
and Tai Chun). Department Secretaries:
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Educational, H. M. Lee.
Seoul.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Field Miss., H. K. Son.
Outside East Gate, Seiryori, Horne Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Keijo (Seoul), Chosen. (Tele- R. S. Watts.
phone, Kokamon 1721.) Sabbath School, Theo. Wangerin.
Officers: Ministers:
Director, T. H. Chae. T. S. Chyong, S. Y. Kim.
Sec.-Treas., S. S. Ko. Licentiates:
Executive Committee: T. H. K. C. Pak, D. S. Kim, M. T. Lee,
Chae, S. S. Ko, Y. S. Min, C. H. T. K. Chyung.
Lim, K. P. Pak, R. S. Watts, Missionary Licentiates:
Theo. Wangerin. H. K. Son, T. P. Oh, S. I. Hwang,
Department Secretaries: I. C. Saw, T..S. Kim, C. H. An:
Educational, H. M. Lee. Church School. Teachers:
Field Miss., C. H. Lim. T. P. Oh, S. I. Hwang, I. C. Saw,
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., T. S. Kim.
R. S. Watts.
Sabbath School, Theo. Wangerin. SOUTHEAST CHOSEN MISSION
Ministers:
T. H. Chae, K. P. Pak. Organized 1934
Licentiates: Territory: Provinces of North and
C. H. Lim, H. S. Han, S. R. Oh, South Kyung San, and Sam
M. K. Kim, H. P. Oh, P. C. Lee, Chuk and Ul Chin counties in
M. q. Lee. Kang Won.
Missionary Licentiates: Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
S. C. Lee, S. 0. Kim, C. S. Lee, Keizan, ChoSen.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 121

Officers: Licentiates:
Director, W. J. Pudewell. C. I. Yang, S. L. Pae, P. W. Uh,
Sec.-Treas., S. S. Ko. C. H. Kim, H. K. Pae, N. D.
Executive Committee: W. J. Pang.
Pudewell, S. S. Ko, C. H. Cho, Missionary Licentiates:
H. M. Kim, K. Y. Sin, R. S. I. T. Kim, T. S. Kang, S. Y. Oh.
Watts, Theo. Wangerin. Church School Tteacher:
Department Secretaries: S. Y. Oh.
Educational, H. M. Lee.
Field Miss., Y. 0. Kim. WEST CHOSEN MISSION
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Organized 1919
R. S. Watts.
Sabbath School, Theo. Wangerin. Territory: North and South Pyeng-
yang, and Whang Hai Provinces.
Ministers: Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
'W. J. Pudewell, C. H. Cho, H. M. Soonan, Chosen.
Kim. Officers:
Licentiates: Director, E. J. Urquhart.
Y. S. Yoon, Y. C. Pak, C. B. Sec. and Treas., S. S. Ko.
Chang. Executive Committee: E. J.
Missionary Licentiates: Urquhart, S. S. Ko, T. K. Kim,
0. C. Kim, P. S. Chyong, Y. E. K. Y. Kim, S. W. Im, R. S.
Chin, P. A. Kim, U. C. Lee. Watts, Theo. Wangerin.,
Church School Teachers: Department Secretaries:
U. C. Lee, T. H. Sin, S. S. Pak, Educational, H. M. Lee.
C. S. Kwun. Field Miss., I. C. Chawn.
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
SOUTHWEST CHOSEN MISSION R. S. Watts.
Sabbath School, Theo. Wangerin.
Organized 1934 Ministers:
Territory: Provinces of North and E: J. Urquhart, S. W. Im, S. I.
South Chulla, Ok Chun and Nam.
Young Dyong counties in North Licentiates:
Chyung Chun and Non San and I. C. Chun, K. Y. Kim, P. T.
Tai Chun counties in South Kim, C. H. Ha, W. S. Pak, I. C.
Chyung Chun. Lee, B. S. Chyong, C. H. Kang,
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, T. S. Chyong, Y. C. Cha.
Missionary Licentiates:
Chyung Up, Chosen. Maria Hyun, K. S. Syun, N. 0.
Officers: Kim, E. T. Ha, S. T. Chae, H. S.
Direetor, N. C. Kim. Lee, W. B. Syuk. P. C. Kim. H.
Sec,-Treas., S. S. Ko. C. Myung, K. S. Kim, T. W. Lim,
Executive Committee: N. C. I. S. Lee, K. T. Kim, T. S.
Kim, S. S. Ko, C. I. Yang, N. T. Chyung.
Pang, Y. It: Sin, R. S. Watts, Church School Teachers:
Theo. Wangerin. H. S. Lee, W. B. Syuk, P. C.
Department Secretaries: Kim. H. C. Myung, K. S. Kim,
Educational, H. M. Lee. T. W. Lim, I. S. Lee, K. T. Kim,
Field Miss., S. 0. Lee. K. 0. Kim, N. C. Chae, T. S.
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Chyung, S. Y. Kim, C. M. Kim,
R. S. Watts. B. M. Kim, P. K. Kim, A. K.
Sabbath School, Theo. Wangerin. Kim, T. M. Hyun, K. S. Hwang,
Minister: N. C. Kim. N. S. Chang, S. H. Sin.
JAPAN UNIO N MISSION
Organized as a mission 1896; as a conference, Nov. a, r917; and as a
Union Mission, Aug. 20, 1919
Territory: Japan proper, Saghalin, Licentiates:
Formosa, and the Japanese Man- S. Furuya, E. J. Kraft, F. R.
dates. Millard, H. J. Perkins.
Population: 69,542,846; churches, Missionary Licentiates:
19; members, 948. Mrs. V. T. Armstrong, Mrs. E. J.
Cable Address: "Adventist," To- Kraft, Mrs. Paul V. Starr, Dr.
kyo. (Use Western Union code Paul V. Starr, Mrs. H. P. Evens,
only.) (Phone, Ogikubo 2051.) Mrs. H. J. Perkins, Vivian L.
Postal Address: Box .7, Suginami, Voth, Roby W. Peck, C. F.
Post Office, Tokyo, Japan. Thurston, Mrs. C. F. Thurston,
Headquarters Location: 171 Ama- S. Tanaka, M. Fukuzawa, Mrs.
numa Ichome, Suginami-ku, To- Ai Fukuzawa, Dr. S. Watanabe,
kyo, Japan. H. Yanami, H. Kikuchi, M. Mo-
cikuki, C. D. Forshee, Mrs. C. D.
Legal Name: Japan Seventh-day Forshee.
Adventist Kyokai Iji Zaidan.
Recognized as a corporate body
by Japanese Government, July FORMOSA (TAIWAN) MISSION
31, 1932.
Railway Station: Ogikubo, Central Address: 7 Hanazono-cho 3 Chome,
Line.-35 minutes from Tokyo.- Tainan, Taiwan.
11/2 hours from Yokohama. Missionary Licentiate:
Nagao Wachi.
Officers: Operated under the direct super-
Supt., V. T. Armstrong.
Sec. and Treas., C. D. Forshee. vision of the Executive committee
Executive Committee: V.' T. of the Japan Union Mission.
Armstrong, H. J. Perkins, A. N.
Anderson, A. C. Koch, Seikichi
Kaneko, Hide Kuniya, E. J. HOKKAIDO MISSION
Kraft, T. H. Okohira, Tokutaro Address: Minami 6 Jo, Niahi 11
Kobayashi, T. Kajiyama, George Chome, Sapporo, Japan.
Dietrich, Syroh Ogura, Dr. Paul Officers:
V. Starr, F. R. Millard. Director, A. C. Koch.
Department Secretaries: Treas., H. J. Perkins.
Educational, A. N. Nelson. Executive Committee: A. Koch,
. Field Miss., E. J. Kraft. H. J. Perkins, K. Ochiai, sec.,
Home Miss., F. R. Millard. T. Hayakawa, K. Sugimoto, S.
Home Com., Mrs. V. T. Arm- Ishikawa.
strong. Department Secretaries:
Medical, Dr. Paul V. Starr. Field Miss., S. Ishekowa.
Sab. Sch., F. R. Millard. Home Miss, and Y. P. M. V.,
Y. P. M. V., Syroh Ogura. A. Koch.
- Union Evangelist: Hide Kuniya. Sabbath School, K. Ochiai.
Ministers: Minister: A. C. Koch.
V. T. Armstrong, A. N.' Nelson, Licentiates:
T. H. Okohira, Hide Kuniya, T. Ha yaka,wa, K. Ochiai.
Syroh Ogura, H. P. Evens, A. N. Missionary Licentiate:
Anderson. S. Ishikawa.
122
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 123

JAPANESE MANDATED IS- Acting Direct., V. T. Armstrong


LANDS MISSION Treas., H. J. Perkins.
Executive Committee: V. T.
Address: Korror, Palau (Pelew) Armstrong, acting chairman, H.
Island. J. Perkins, T. Hasekawa, sec., T.
Missionary Licentiate: Nato, H. Nakauchi, T. Uehara,
Jose 0. Bautista. S. Kaneko.
Operated under the direct super- Department Secretaries:
vision of the Executive committee Field Miss., T. Nato.
of the Japan Union Mission. Home Miss., V. T. Armstrong.
Sabbath School, F. R. Millard.
Y. P. M. V., S. Ogura.
KANSAI CHUGOKU MISSION Minister: S. Miyake.
Licentiates:
Address: Nunobiki Dori 2 chome T. Hasegawa, H. Takaya, H.
15 of 2., Kobe. Nakauchi, K. Ishibe.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Director, George Dietrich. Mrs. T. Hasegawa, T. Yasui, T.
Sec., I. Nomura. Nato, K. Kobayashi, H. Ishii,
Treas., H. J. Perkins. T. Uehara, Miss E. Yokomizo.
Executive Committee: George
Dietrich, H. J. Perkins, I. No-
mura, T. Kobayashi, M. Kajino,
Hiroshi Kuniya, Y. Watanabe. KYUSHU MISSION
Department Secretaries: Address: 4 of 4 Komagawa, Nishi
Field Miss., M. Kajino. Machi, Fukuoka, Japan.
Home Miss., Sabbath School, and Officers:
Y. P. M. V., George Dietrich. Director, T. Kajiyama.
Ministers: Treas., H. J. Perkins.
George Dietrich, T. Kobayashi, Executive Committee: T. Kaji-
Y. Watanabe, I. Nomura, E. yama, H. J. Perkins, S. Tabuchi,
Seino. K. Hatada, S. Noguchi, Mr's. T.
Licentiates: Yamagata.
K. Otsuki, M. Kajino, Y. Seino, Department Secretaries:
Y. Fujimoto. Home Miss., Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., T. Kajiyama.
KANTO TOHOKU MISSION Field Miss., K. Hatada.
Minister: T. Kajiyama.
Postal Address: Box 7, Suginami Missionary Licentiates:.
Post Office, Tokyo, Japan. K. Ishibe, S. Imamura, K. Ha-
Officers: tada, S. Noguchi.

MALAYAN UNION MISSION


Reorganized 1929

Territory: Straits Settlements, Cable and Telegraphic Address:


''Malay States, British North " Adventist," Singapore. Codes:
Borneo, Labuan, Brunei Sara- Westen Union, Five-Letter Edi-
wak; Siam, French Indo-China. tion, and A. B. C., 5th Edition.
Population: 37,869,119; churches, Office Address: 399 Upper Seran-
30; membership, 1,234. goon Road, Singapore, Straits
124 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

Settlements. (Telephone, 7085.) Cable and Telegraphic Address:


Officers: " Adventist Mission," Jesselton.
Supt., J. G. Gjording. Office Address: Signal Hill, Jessel-
Sec., Treas., Auditor, ton, British North Borneo.
Executive Committee: J. G. Postal Address: P. 0. Box 34, Jes-
Gjording, W. W. R. Lake, F. L. selton, British North Borneo.
Bunch, J. E. Gardner, M. D., F. Officers:
W. Detamore, R. H. Wentland, Director, .
R. M. Milne, C. M. Lee, Kon Sec. and Treas., D. P. Siagian.
Vui-leong, Mampe Siregar, L. I. Executive Committee:
Bowers. Paksa Pakpahan, L. S. Sibarani,
Legal Association: "General Con- B. L. Tobing, D. P. S. Siagian,
ference Corporation of Seventh- Kong Tsun-min.
day Adventists." , Attor- Department Secretaries:
ney-in-fact. Tract Society, D. P. Siagian.
Department Secretaries: Edu., Field Miss., Home Miss.,
Educational, Sabbath School, and and Y. P. M. V., .....
Y. P. M. V., F. W. Detamore. Sabbath School, D. P. Siagian.
Field and Home Miss., R. M. Licentiates:
Milne. M. Agian, Kong Tsun-min,
Medical, J. E. Gardner, M. D. Paksa Pakpahan, D. P. Siagian,
Home Corn., Mrs. J. G. Gjording. L. S. Sibarani, B. L. Tobing.
Ministers: Missionary Licentiates:
J. G. Gjording, R. P. Abel, V. E. Bulangak, Ginal, Lumpisau.
Hendershot, R. H. Milne, R. H. Church School Teacher:
Wentland, G. B. Youngberg. Kong Kee-fong.
Licentiates:
L. I. Bowers, F. L. Bunch, F. W.
Detamore, Lawrence Fox, J. E. MALAY STATES MISSION
Gardner, M. D., J. T. Pohan,
A. P. Ritz. Organized 1914 (Reorganized 1932
Honorary: C. M. Lee. to include former Singapore
Missionary Licentiates: Mission)
M. Arokiasamy, Mrs. A. P. Ritz, Territory: Straits Settlements (ex-
Bui-van-Tieu, Em Theng, Ngu- clusive of Labuan), Malay
yen-van-Nham, Elam Sinaga, States.
Tran-ngoc-Te, Yio Peng-yee, Population: 4,347,704; churches,
Mrs. R. P. Abel, Mrs. L. I. Bow- 15; members, 704. -
ers, Mrs. F. L. Bunch, Mrs. F. Cable and Telegraphic Address:
W. Detamore, Mrs. J. E. Gard- " Adventist Mission," Kuala
ner, Mrs. J. G. Gjording, Mrs. Lumpur.
V. E. Hendershot, Mrs. R. M. Office Address: 83 Bukit Bintang
Milne, Miss Ina L. Moore, Mrs. Road, Kuala Lumpur, Federated
R. H. Wentland, Mrs. G., Malay States.
Youngberg. Officers:
Director, W. W. R. Lake.
Sec. and Treas., Blanche Keas-
BRITISH BORNEO MISSION berry.
Organized 1914 Executive Committee: W. W. R.
Territory: British North Borneo, Lake, Blanche Keasberry, Lu
Labuan. Si-poh, Z. H. Macarewa, Ng
Population: 295,895; o'hurches, Hong-boon, Phang Nyuk-thin;
6; members, 253. Ng Hock-thye.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 125

Department Secretaries: Sabbath School, Mrs. F. L. Pick-


Tract 'Society, Miss Blanche ett.
Keasberry. Minister: F. L. Pickett.
Educational, W. W. R. Lake. Licentiates:
Field Miss., Y. P. M. V., and Kon Vui-leong, A. P. Ritz.
Asst. Home Miss., William Missionary Licentiates:
Chew. Ku Hyuk-min, Li Lock-thien,
Home Miss., Ng Hong Boon. Homer Chen, Mrs. A. P. Ritz.
Sabbath School, Mrs. W. W. R. Church School Teachers:
Lake. Ku Hyuk-min, Pleng Vitiamya-
Ministers: laksna, Nai Bunthin.
W. W. R. Lake, Chong Fah-min,
Phang Nyuk-thin, Ng Hong UNORGANIZED FIELDS
Boon.
Licentiates: Cambodia
Choo Yun-fatt, Ng Hock-thye, (French Indo-China)
Phang Yin-hee, Mampe Siregar. Population: 2,535,178; churches,
Missionary Licentiates: 1; members, 18.
William Chew, Liew Yun, David Address: 633 Suriwongsi Road,
McCall, Poey Teck-cheng, Mrs. Bangkok, Siam.
W. W. R. Lake, Miss Blanche In Charge: F. L. Pickett.
Keasberry. Missionary Licentiates.:
Church School Teacher: Em Theng, Sut, Kim.
Mrs. Liew Yun.
Cochin China
(French Indo-China)
SIAM MISSION Population: 4,520,000; churches,
Organized 1919 4; members, 62.
Territory: Kingdom of Siam, ex Address: 79 Rue de Champagne,
elusive of the Lao District of Saigon, French Indo-China.
Eastern Siam. In Charge: R. H. Wentland.
Population: 7,618,932; churches, Missionary Licentiates:
1; members, 126. Bui- van- Tien, Nhuyen -van -Nham,
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Tran-ngoc-Te, Phan, Lok, Liem.
"Adventist Mission" Bangkok. East Siam
Office Address: 633 Suriwongsi Population: 3,887,275; churches,
Road, Bangkok, Siam. 1; members, 12.
Office Address: 701 Sathorn Road, Address: Ubol, Siam.
Bangkok, Siam. In Charge: R. P. Abel.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Director, F. L. Pickett. Boon Me, Dhawaj, Nai Rot.
Sec. and Treas., .....
Executive Committee: F. L. North Sarawak
Pickett, H. E. Esche, Mrs. F. L. (Borneo)
Pickett, Kon Vui-leong, Lee Population: 280,135; churches,
Lock-thien, Pleng Vitiam-ya- 1; members, 11.
laksna. Address: Bukit Nyala, Tatau
Department Secretaries: River, via Bintulu, Sarawak,
Tract Society, . Borneo.
Educational, F. L. Pickett. In Charge: R. T. Morrow, M. D.
Field and Home Miss. and Y. P. Missionary Licentiates:
M. V., Kon Vui-leong. Elam Sinaga, U. R. Manju.
126 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

South Sarawak In Charge: .


Licentiate: J. T. Pohan.
(Borneo)
Population: 350,000; churches, Church School Teachers:
1; members, 74. Daniel Liem, Tan Chin-khin,
Address: 3rd Mile, Rock Road, Ku- Chu Sing-fatt, Mrs. D. Liem,
ching, Sarawak, Borneo. L. Pauner.

PHILIPPINE UNION MISSION


Organized rgi7

Territory: The Philippine Islands. E. A. Moon, D. L. Millam, R.


Population: 13,636,074; churches, Villanueva, B. B. Davis, 0. A.
286; members, 16,559. Blake.
Cable Address: "Philipunion," Missionary Licentiates:
Manila. C. Thurston, Mrs. 0. A. Blake,
Office Address: 1939 Luna St., Mrs. W. J. Blake, Mrs. R. R.
Pasay, Rizal, Philippine Islands. Figuhr, Mrs. H. W. Klaser, Mrs.
(Please do not direct mail to E. A. Moon, Mrs. Hazel B. Sev-
this address.) Telephone, 5-19-96. rens, Mrs. C. E. Thurston, Miss
Postal Address: Post Office Box B. Irvine, A. Cruz, N. F. Legaspi,
401, Manila, Philippine Islands. I. A. Kintanar, Mrs. D. L. Mil-
Officers: lam, F. Velasco, Mrs. W. B. Rif-
Supt., R. R. Figuhr. fel, Mrs. W. H. Bergherm, J.
Sec., Treasurer, and Auditor, Suban, Mrs. E. M. Adams; MrS.
H. W. Klaser. M. F. Wiedemann, Mrs. H. A.
Executive Committee: R. R. Hall, Mrs. L. M. Stump, Mrs.
Figuhr, H. W. Klaser, F. A. F. A. Mote, Mrs. J. L. Cummins,
Mote, W. B. Riffel, Flaviano Mrs. E. N. Lugenbeal, Mrs. B.
Dalisay, E. N. Lugenbeal, E. M. Palmer, Mrs. F. Thurston; Mrs.
Adams, M. F. Wiedemann, L. M. F. A. Pratt, Mrs. B. B. Davis,
Stump, W. H. Bergherm, F. A. Miss B. F. Parker, Miss I. Blan-
Pratt, J. L. Cummins, Jose Em- caflor, R. Imperio, A. Macasiano,
ralino, P. R. Diaz, Tomas Pilar, Miss C. Geslani.
Abdon Capobres.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., CENTRAL LUZON MISSION
J. L. Cummins.
Field Miss., M. F. Wiedemann. (Formerly a part of Central Luzon
Home Miss., W. H. Bergherm. Conference)
Medical, Dr. H. A. Hall. Organized 1931
Religious Lib., R. R. Figuhr.
Sab. Sch. and Home Commis- Territory: Provinces of Tarlac,
sion, Mrs. R. R. Figuhr. Zambales, Nueva Ecija, Pam-
Ministers: panga, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite,
R. R. Figuhr, W. H. Bergherm, Bataan.
M. F. Wiedemann, F. A. Mote, Population: 2,275,112; churches,
Dr. H. A. Hall, L. M. Stump, 58; members, 2,870.
Roman Senson, J. 0. Afenir. Cable Address: "Philipunion,"
Licentiates: Manila.
H. W. Klaser, J. L. Cummins, Office Address: 1402 Oroquieta St.,
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 127

Sta. Cruz, Manila, Philippine Is- Officers:


lands. Director, W. B. Riffel.
Officers: Sec.-Treas., R. R. Umali.
Director, F. A. Pratt. Executive Committee: W. B.
Sec., Pedro Magsalin. Riffel, R. R. Umali, M. G. Yorac,
Treas., F. A. Pratt. R. S. Llaguno, V. R. Rodrigo, A.
Executive Committee: F. A. Capobres, F. J. Adlawan.
Pratt, P. H. Romulo, V. Santos, Department Secretaries:
R. Senson, U. Castillo, P. Mag- Book and Bible House, E. A.
salin, L. Yutuc. Abas.
Department Secretaries: Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Book and Bible House, F. Ba- U. M. Oliva.
yuna. Field Miss., M. G. Yorac.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Home Miss. and Sabbath School,
A. Alcarez. R. S. Llaguno.
Field Miss., U. Castillo. Ministers:
Home Miss. and Sabbath School, W. B. Riffel, L. B. Mershon, R.
L. Yutuc. S. Llaguno, W. L. Rodriguez, M.
Religious Liberty, . J. Kintanar, V. R. Rodrigo, M.
Ministers: G. Yorac.
F. A. Pratt, I. Enriquez, P. Mag,- Licentiates:
salin, V. Santos, A. Panaga. L. E. Elumir, A. 0. Cabardo,
Licentiates: R. N. Somoso, A. N. Somoso,
F. Martin, B. Nepumuceno, L. L. M. Noval, D. Noval, A. M.
Yutuc. Somoso, U. M. Oliva.
Missionary Licentiates: Missionary Licentiates:
Miss M. Anderson, F. Bayuna, C. B. Ladion, P. U. Abatayo,
A. Abawag, A. Alcarez, Miss J. B. D. Ferraren, G. A. Briones,
Guinto, C. C. Trinidad, H. Roque, G. M. Arrogante, E. A. Abas,
J. Santo Domingo, P. Adorna. M. L. Delima, P. S. Amoguis,
Church School Teachers: A. L. Sumicad, Mrs. G. L. Ri-
Miss 0. Mendoza, A. Donato, carte, P. Villamor, R. R. Umali,
Miss R. Macalinao, S. Manuel, D. 0. Famor.
Miss P. Silvestre, Miss M. Ginco, Church School Teachers:
A. Magnaye, G. Silud. L. E. Elumir, Miss T. P. Basiga,
Miss A. D. Elumir, T. A. Laynn,
R. Cruz, J. Cristoval, A. E. Chiu,
Miss C. E. Chiu, G. Hincoguin,
EAST VISAYAN MISSION Miss F. M. Cillero, A. Arranguez.
(Formerly Cebuan Mission)
Organized 1914 NORTHERN LUZON MISSION
Territory: Islands of Cebu, Bohol, Entered 1913; Organized 1917
Leyte, Samar, Masbate, Minda- Territory: Provinces of Pangasi-
nao, Oriental Negros, and Siqui- nan, Nueva Vizcaya, Isabela,
jor. Cagayan, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos
Population: 4,808,538; churches, Sur, Abra, La Union, Mountain
53; members, 4,077. Province, and the Batanes Is-
Office Address: 307 Tres de Abril lands.
St., San Nicolas, Cebu, Cebu, Population: 2,414,442; churches,
Philippine Islands. 40; members, 2,082.
Post Office Address: Box 583, Cebu, Telegraphic Address: Adventist
Cebu, Philippine Islands. Mission, Artacho, Sison, Panga-
128 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

sinan, via phone Poiorrubio, Office Address: Lucena, Tayabas,


Pangasinan, Philippine Islands. Philippine Islands.
Office Address: Artacho, Sison, Officers:
Pangasinan, Philippine Islands. Director, F. L. Jabola.
Officers: Sec.-Treas., M. Zamora.
Director, E. N. Lugenbeal. Executive Committee: F. L. Ja-
Sec.-Treas., A. Balinao. bola, M. Zamora, G. de Guzman,
Executive Committee: E. N. Lu- M.. C. Pascual, C. C. Cara, A.
genbeal, V. C. Medina, J. A. Val- Lagabong, M. Oblefias.
dez, R. A. Pilar, A. Balinao, A. Department Secretaries:
Sta. Rita, A. Ganzagan, T. A. Educational, Sabbath School, and
Pilar. Y. P. M. V., G. de Guzman.
Department Secretaries: Field Miss., R. Umali.
Book and Bible House, E. G. Home Miss., F. Lagonera.
Vigilia. Ministers:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., F. Dalisay, F. L. Jabola, C. C.
R. C. Cabansag. Cara, G. de Guzman.
Field Miss., A. Sta. Rita. Licentiates:
Sabbath School, Home Miss., and M. C. Pascual, F. Lagonera, P.
Religious Lib., T. A. Pilar. Gonzales, V. L. Jabola.
Ministers: Missionary Licentiates:
E. N. Lugenbeal, T. P. Atiga, R. Umali, Miss I. Cabana, Miss
T. A. Pilar, R. A. Pilar. V. Quintal, M. Zamora.
Licentiates: Church School Teachers:
J. A. Valdez, M. B. Valera, J. Y. Miss M. Racal, Miss T. Galang,
Yovan, V. C. Medina. Miss R. Reyes, Miss L. Ferrer,
Missionary Licentiates: F. Dabu, Mrs. F. C. Dabu, F.
Miss F. A. Villanueva, P. A. Vil- Magnaye.
lanueva, A. S. Aqui, A. Sta Rita,
A. Balinao, Miss L. Taaca, Miss
L. V. Garcia, E. G. Vigilia. SOUTHERN LUZON MISSION
Church School Teachers: Organized 1926
V. C. Cabansag, Miss L. 0. Nis- Territory: The provinces of Cam-
peros, Miss L. C. Malapira, Miss arines Sur, Camarines Norte,
A. C. Cadiz, Miss G. P. Pulido, Albay, Sorsogon, and the islands
Miss 0. G. Vigilia, Miss E. Lo- of Ticao, Burias, and Catand-
zano, Miss P. C. Medina, A. Mi- uanes.
guel, F. B. Cruz, A. E. Guadiz, Population: 1,021,275; churches,
B. Malqued. 25; members, 651.
Office Address: P. 0. Box 32, Le-
SOUTH-CENTRAL LUZON gaspi, Albay, Philippine Islands.
MISSION Officers:
Director, Jose B. Emralino.
(Formerly part of the Central Sec.-Treas., C. B. Barnedo.
Luzon Conference) Executive Committee: Jose B.
Organized 1931 Emralino, C. B. Barnedo, F. M.
Territory: Provinces of Batangas, Parlan, J. M. Imperio, M. B.
Laguna, Marinduque, Mindoro, Gabarra, J. Martinez, P. Alta-
Tayabas, and the islands politi- vano.
cally administered thereby. Department Secretaries:
Population: 1,158,861; churches, Book and Bible House, C. B.
50; members, 2,130. Darnedo.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 129

Educational and Home Commis- C. Same, P. R. Diaz, R. B. Ca-


sion, Mrs. R. Y. Emralino. hilig, D. C. Sabrine, T. G. Re-
Field Miss., M. B. Gabarra. calde.
Home Miss., J. B. Emralino. Licentiates:
Religious Liberty, F. M. Parla n. J. J. Golez, C. B. Tortal, D. M.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Bautista, E. Tantia.
Mrs. R. Y. Emralino. Missionary Licentiates:
Ministers: T. H. Jamandre, Z. B. Cahilig,
J. B. Emralino, F. M. Parlan. C. G. Zarandona, J. K. Ramos,
Licentiates: J. G. Quijote, Mrs. S. Escoltor,
J. M. Imperio, M. B. Gabarra, Mrs. E. Tortal, D. B. Hechanova,
G. Arguzon. V. Diaz, A. Alkuino, R. Ybadez,
Missionary Licentiates: T. Diancin, Mrs. M. Mindoro,
C. B. Barnedo, Mrs. R. Y. Em- Mrs. A. Barrios, Mrs. L. Dalum-
ralino, Mrs. C. B. Barnedo, Mrs. pines.
L. T. Imperio, M. Mercado, R. Y. Church School Teachers:
Dizon. Miss D. C. Savedia, Miss F. T.
Torre, F. Jereos, E. Ferrer, Miss
C. Vallega, L. Duriques, Miss M.
WEST VISAYAN MISSION Camacho, M. Calibjo, Miss C. A.
Organized 1914 Ledesma, Miss M. Gonzales, Miss
R. Guisihan, R. Suico, M. Arel-
Territory: The provinces of Iloilo, lano, S. Bayani, A. Gonzalez,
Capiz, Antique, Romblon, Occi- T. B. Tortal, F. Tiblero.
cidental Negros, the Cuyo Is-
lands, and the Islands of Pala- INSTITUTIONS IN FAR EAST- .
wan and Guimaras. ERN DIVISION
Population: 1,957,846; churches, Educational:
72; members, 4,762. Chosen Union Training School,
Office Address: 44 Luna St., La Soonan, Chosen (Korea).
Paz, Iloilo, Philippine Islands. East Visayan Academy, Box 583,
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 271, Cebu, Cebu, Philippine Islands.
Iloilo, Iloilo, Philippine Islands. Japan Junior College, Showa-
Officers: machi, Kimitsu-gun, Chiba
Director, E. M. Adams. Ken, Japan.
Sec.-Treas., Z. B. Cahilig. Malayan Seminary, 401 Upper
Mission Committee: E. M. Serangoon Road, Singapore,
Adams, Z. B. Cahilig, T. H. Ja- Straits Settlements.
mandre, D. C. Sabrine, P. R. Northern Luzon Academy, Arta-
Diaz, J. K. Ramos, E. R. Drapiza. cho, Sison, Pangasinan, Philip-
Department Secretaries: pine Islands.
Book and Bible House, J. G. Philippine Union College, Box
Quijote. 1772, Manila, Philippine Is-
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and lands.
Home Commission, P. R. Diaz. West Visayan Academy, Box
Field Miss., .T. K. Ramos. 271, Iloilo, Iloilo, Philippine
Asst., C. G. Perez. Islands.
Home Miss. and Sabbath School, Publishing:
D. C. Sabrine. Japanese Publishing House, 169-
Medical, Dr. C. C. Vizcarra. ' 171 Amanuma 1 chome, Sugi-
Religious Lib., E. M. Adams. nami-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. Post-
Ministers: al Address: Box 7, Suginami
E. M. Adams. F. H. Jornada, A. P. 0., Tokyo, Japan.
5
130 FAR EASTER DIVISION

Malayan Signs Press, 399 Upper Manila Sanitarium and HoSpi-


Serangoop Road, Singapore, tal, cor. Vermont and Indiana
Straits Settlements. Sts., Manila, Philippine Is-
Philippine Publishing House, lands. Postal Address: 707
239-251 Calle Luna, Pasay, Vermont St., Manila, Philip-
Rizal, Philippine Islands. pine Islands.
Postal Address: Box 813, Ma- Penano Sanitarium, No.465 Bur-
nila, Philippine Islands. mall'Road, Penang', Strdits
Signs of the Times Publishing Settlements.
House, Outside East Gate,
Seiryori, Seoul, Chosen (Ko- Soonan Hospitql-Dispensary,
rea). Soonan, Chosen (Korea).
Medical: Tokyo Sanitarium-Hospital, Box
Keijo Hospital-Dispensary, 136 7, S'uginami P. p., Tokyo, Ja-
Insadong, Seoul, Chosen. pan.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION
Organized 1922

Territory: Mexico,Guatemala,Hon- Baxter,W. R. Elliott, H. E.


duras, British Honduras, Salva- Baasch C. E. Wood, Mrs. E. E.
dor, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Pan- Andross, W. L. Adams, W. A.
ama, Columbia, Venezuela, Brit- Bergherm, C. L. Stilson.
ish, Dutch, and French Guiana, Department Secretaries:
West Indies,Cuba, Haiti, Ja- Educational and Sabbath School,
maica, Santo Domingo, Puerto W. L. Adams.
Rico, Trinidad, Windward and Home Miss. aftd Ministerial As-
Leeward, also Virgin and Ba- sociation, L. V. Finster.
hama Islnads. Publishing, W. A. Bergherm.
Population: 46,843,868; churches, Y. P. M. V., Mrs. E. E. Andross.
509; members, 24,502. Transportation Agent, F. L.
Cable and Wireless Address: " In- Harrison.
teramerica," Balboa. (Bentley Cashier, C. L. Stilson.
Code and Western Union Travel- Laborers Holding Credentials from
ers' Cable Code used in the fields the Inter-American Division:
of the Inter-American Division.) Ministers:
E. E. Andross, L. V. Finster,
Office: cor. Balboa and Gavilan W. L. Adams, W. A. Bergherm.
Roads, Balboa, Canal Zone (Tele-
phone, Balboa 1349). Licentiates:
F. L. Harrison, Benjamin Max-
Office Address: Box 0, Balboa, son.
Canal Zone. Missionary Licentiates:
Officers: Mrs. E. E. Andross, Mrs. F. L.
President, E. E. Andross. Harrison, D. A. Cone, Mrs. D. A.
Sec.-Treas., and Auditor, F. L. Cone, Mrs. L. V. Finster, C. L.
Harrison. Stilson, Viola E. Cooke, Mrs. W.
Field Secretary, L. V. Finster. L. Adams, Mrs. W. A. Bergherm,
Division Committee: E. E. An- Esther Pierce, Edith McLachlin,
dross, F. L. Harrison, A. R. Mrs. C. L. Stilson, Mrs. Mary
Ogden, L. V. Finster, W. E. Clausen.

ANTILLIAN UNION MISSION


Reorganized 1923
Territory: The Bahamas, Cuba, Sec., Treas., and Auditor, F. I.
Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Mohr.
Santo Domingo, Cayman Islands. Accountant, H. E. Beddoe.
Population: 10,746,201; churches, Executive Committee: A. R.
212; members, 10,327. Ogden; F. I. Mohr, C. E. Andross,
Cable Address: " Unionantil," Ha- L. J. Borrowdale, E. J. Lorntz,
vana, Cuba. L. L. Hutchinson, Peter Nygaard,
Office Address: Calle Segunda No. J. A. de Caenel I. G. Knight,
31, Arroyo Apolo, (Vi'bora) Ha- J. R. McWilliam, D. E. Lust.
vana, Cuba. Department Secretaries:
Officers: Educational and Y. P. M. V..
Supt., A. R. Ogden.
131
132 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

Field Miss., J. R. McWilliam. town, Grand Cayman, Cayman


Home Miss., Islands.
Ministers: Officers:
A. R. Ogden, J. R. McWilliam. Supt., I. G. Knight.
Licentiate: F. I. Mohr. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. I. G.
Missionary Licentiates: Knight.
H. E. Beddoe, Mrs. F. I. Mohr, Department Secretaries:
Mrs. J. R. McWilliam, Mrs. H. Home Miss., Sabbath School, and
E. Beddoe, Mabel L. Head. Y. P. M. V., Mrs. I. G. Knight.
Minister:
I. G. Knight.
BAHAMAS' MISSION Missionary Licentiate:
Entered 1909 Mrs. I. G. Knight.
Territory: The Bahama Islands
and the Turks and Caicos Is- CUBA MISSION
lands.
Population: 68,728; churches, 12; Established 1905
members, 421. Territory: Cuba and the Isle of
Cable Address: "Adventist," Nas- Pines.
sau, Bahamas. Population: 3,768,192; churches,
Postal Address: Box 356, Nassau, 30; members, 1,369.
Bahamas. Cable Address: " Adventists,"
Office Address: East Shirley St., Santa Clara, Cuba.
Nassau, Bahamas. Office Address: Reparto Dobarga-
Officers: nes, Santa Clara, Cuba.
Supt., L. L. Hutchinson. Postal Address: Apartado 210,
Sec. and Treas., Mrs. Tressa Santa Clara, Cuba.
Hutchinson. Officers:
Advisory Committee: L. L. Supt., E. J. Lorntz.
Hutchinson, T. Thompson, 0. P. Sec. and Treas., B. Bullard.
Reid, R. E. Fountain, and Secre- Advisory Committee: E. J.
tary and Treasurer. Lorntz, B. Bullard, W. D. Kieser,
Department Secretaries: J. B. Sales, D. E. Lust.
Book and Bible House, Mrs. Department Secretaries:
Tressa Hutchinson. Book and Bible House, B. Bul-
Home Miss., L. L. Hutchinson. lard; assist., J. Zaragoza.
Sabbath School and V. P. M. V., Field Miss, W. D. Kieser.
Mrs. Tressa Hutchinson. Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Ministers: E. J. Lorntz.
L. L. Hutchinson, 0. P. Reid. Sab. School, J. Zaragoza.
Missionary Licentiates: Ministers:
Mrs. Tressa Hutchinson, Mrs. E. J. Lorntz, J. B. Sales, F. W.
Elizabeth Someillan. Miller, Manuel Avila, J. N. Wil-
Church School Teacher: liams, Jose Veiga.
David B. Reid. Honorary: Pedro Cruz.
Licentiates:
CAYMAN ISLANDS MISSION W. D. Kieser, D. E. Lust, Miguel
Vazquez, Victoriano Suarez.
Organized 1929 Missionary Licentiates:
Territory: Cayman Islands. B. Bullard, Mrs. E. J. Lorntz.
Population: 5,987; churches, 3; Mrs. B. Bullard, Mrs. F. W. Mil-
members, 89. ler, Jaime Zaragoza, Mrs. W. D.
Postal Address: Box 14, George- Kieser.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 133

RATTIER MISSION Petigny, M. Dolce, Nahuin Isaac,


A. N. Isaac.
Established 1905
Territory: Republic of Haiti.
JAMAICA CONFERENCE -
Population: 3,126,000; churches,
55; members, 2,279. Organized 1903
Cable Address: "Adventiste," Port- Territory: Island of Jamaica.
au-Prince, Haiti. Population: 1,022,152; churches,
88; members, 4,866.
Office Address: cor. of Avenue Jo- Cable Address: "Adventist" King-
seph Nicolas and Magloire Am- ston.
broise. Office Address: Kingston, Jamaica;
Postal Address, Boite A-55, Port British West Indies.
au Prince, Haiti. Postal Address: 112 Tower St.,
Officers: Kingston, Jamaica, British West
Supt., J. A. de Caenel. Indies.
Sec. and Treas., H. L. Higgins. Officers:
Advisory Committee: J. A. de Pres., C. E. Andross.
Caenel, H. L. Higgins, A. Theo- Sec. and Treas., .1. W. Grounds.
dore, A. J. Jn-Baptiste, M. N. Executive Committee: C. E. An-
Isaac, Leonce Painson, A. G. dross, J. W. Grounds. W. S. Na-
Roth. tion, H. Fletcher, B. A. Meeker,
Department Secretaries: A. C. Stockhausen.
Book and Bible House, H. L. Department Secretaries:
Higgins; Asst., J. Craan. Book and Bible House, R. Har-
Field Miss., . riott.
Home Miss., J. A. de Caenel. Educational, H. D. Isaac.
Sab. Sch., Herminie L. Roth. Field Miss., W. S. Nation.
Y. P. M. V. and Educational, Home Miss., B. A. Meeker.
A. G. Roth. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Ministers: C. E. Andross.
J. A. de Caenel, M. N. Isaac, Ministers:
Philip Giddings, Antoine Theo- C. E. Andross, B. A. Meeker, H.
dore, F. D. Apollon, Dorce Dor- Fletcher, L. Rashford, W. H.
sinville, A. G. Roth. Randle, A. C. Stockhausen, H. P.
Honorary: A. J. Jn-Baptiste. Lawson, G. A. E. Smith, H. D.
Licentiates: Isaac.
Herodote Lanoix, Th. Abel, A. L. Honorary: Frank Hall. J. A.
Dore& Reid.
Missionary Licentiates: Licentiates:
Mrs. J. A. de Caenel, Herminie A. R. Haig, R. B. Campbell.
L. Roth, A. L. Christensen, Mrs. Missionary Licentiates:
A. L. Christensen, Mrs. Philip J. W. Grounds, Mrs. C. E. An-
Giddings, Julien Crean, H. L. dross, Mrs. J. W. GroundS, Mrs.
Higgins, Mrs. H. L. Higgins, Mrs. B. A. Meeker, R. Harriott, W. S.
A. G. Roth, A. N. Isaac, Alexis Nation.
Valcourt, M. Cherenfant, Hora- Honorary: Mrs. H. J. Edmed.
tius Petigny, Nahum Isaac, P. Church School Teachers:
Guillaume. Mrs. S. N. Gordon, Miss E.
Church School Teachers: Shaw, Miss Stella Young, Mrs.
ilirs. P. Guillaume, Horatius A. R. Haig.
134 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

PUERTO RICO MISSION SANTO DOMINGO MISSION


Organized 1909 Organized 1924
Territory: Puerto Rico. Territory: Republic of Santo Do-
Population: 1,559,142; churches, mingo.
14; members, 614. Population: 1,200,000; churches,
Cable Address: " Adventista," San 10; members, 689.
Juan, Puerto Rico. Cable Address: " Adventista "
Office Address: Stop l4, Santurce, Santo Domingo City.
Puerto Rico. Office Address: Avenida Capotillo
Postal Address: Box 3005, San- 73, Santo Domingo City.
turce, Puerto Rico. Postal Address: Apartado 568,
Officers: Santo Domingo City, Rep. Do-
Supt., L. J. Borrowdale. minicana.
Sec. and Treas., W. II. England. Officers:
Advisory Committee: L. J. Bor- Supt., Peter Nygaard.
rowdale, W. H. England, Fran- Sec. and Treas., R. G. Jones.
cisco Megrant, R. W. Prince. Advisory Committee: Peter Ny-
Department Secretaries: gaard, R. G. Jones, J. A. Phipps
Book and Bible House, W. H. R., Paul Johnson, E. Valencia.
England; assist., Wenceslao Department Secretaries:
Cadiz. Book and Bible House, R. G.
Educational, W. H. England. Jones.
Field Miss., Bernardo Herandez. Educational and Religious Lib.,
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Peter Nygaard.
Antonio Marrero. Field Miss., Paul Johnson.
Sabbath School, Mrs. L. J. Bor- Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
rowdale. J. A. Phipps R.
Ministers: Sab. School., Mrs. R. G. Jones.
L. J. Borrowdale, Francisco Me- Ministers:
grant, Manuel Mandez, R. W. Peter Nygaard, J. A. Phipps R,
Prince. R. G. Jones.
Licentiates:
Licentiates: Paul Johnson, E. Valencia.
Rafael Bracero, Antonio Mar- Missionary Licentiates:
rero, J. M. Figueroa, Pedro Pe- Wellington Williams, Mrs. Peter
rales, Eloy Acosta. Nygaard, Mrs. R. G. Jones, Mrs.
Missionary Licentiates: J. A. Phipps, Napoleon Charles,
Mrs. L. J. Borrowdale, W. H. Leonela Gonzales, Juan Rivera,
England, Mrs. W. H. England, Adolfo Moreta, Edna Brewer.
Wencesalo Cadiz, Jose I. Rivera, Honorary: Mrs. C. N. Moulton.
Ana Marfa Gonzalez. Church School Teachers:
Church School Teachers: Adolfo Miranda, Mrs. Mercedes
Jos6 I. Rivera, Ana Marfa Gon- Phipps, Ramona Mckinzie, Ida
zales, Ana Julia, Mrs. J. I. Goodwin, R. Santana, Leonidas
Rivera. Cabrera.

CARIBBEAN UNION CONFERENCE


(Formerly East Caribbean Union)
Organized zga6
Territory: Trinidad, Barbados, the Islands, British, Dutch, and
Windward, Leeward, and Virgin French Guianas.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 135

Population: 1,885,680; churches, Department Secretaries:


108; members, 6,479. Book and Bible House, A. 0.
Cable Address: " Eastcaribbean," Dunn.
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. Field Miss., Serge Jean-Elie.
Office Address: Cor. Edward and Home Miss., A. 0. Dunn.
Sackville. Sts., Port-of-Spain, Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Trinidad, British West Indies. Mrs. A. 0. Dunn.
(Telephone, 1732.) Licentiate: A. 0. Dunn.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Pres., W. R. Elliott. Mrs. A. 0. Dunn, Serge Jean-
Sec., Treasurer, and Auditor, Elie, Louise L5dran.
M. D. Howard.
Executive Committee: W. R.
Elliott, M. D. Howard, Gorden GUIANA CONFERENCE
Oss, A. A. Carscallen, L. H.
Gardiner, A. 0. Dunn, R. S. J. Reorganized 1926
Hamilton, M. E. Lowry. Territory: British, Dutch a n d
Department Secretaries: French Guianas, South America.
Field Miss., M. E. Lowry. Population: 478;965; churches,
Educational, R. S. J. Hamilton. 22; members, 1,203.
Minister: W. R. Elliott.
Licentiates: Cable Address: "Adventist,"
R. S. J. Hamilton, M. E. Lowry, Georgetown, British Guiana.
M. D. Howard. Office Address: 222 Almond St.,
Missionary Licentiates: Georgetown, British Guiana,
Mrs: W. R. Elliott, Mrs. M. D. South America. (Phone, Queens-
Howard, Mrs: M. E. Lowry, Mrs. town 293.)
R. S. J. Hamilton, A. E. Hempel, Officers:
Mrs. A. E: Hempel, M. E. Smith, Pres., A. A. Carscallen.
Mrs. M. , E. Smith, Miss Linda Sec. and Treas., R. E. Brooks.
Austin, Miss Etta Hewgley. Executive Committee: A. A.
Carscallen, R. E. Brooks, A. E.
Riley, J. T. Carrington, Henry
Beck.
FRENCH WEST INDIAN Legal Title: Guiana Conference
MISSION of Seventh-day Adventists.
Established 1929 Department Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, R. E.
Territory: French West Indies Brooks.
Martinique, and Guadeloupe and Field Miss., Chas. Manoram.
its dependencies. Home Miss., A. A. Carscallen.
Population: 511,940; churches, 5; Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
members, 117. Mrs. Isabella Downer.
Postal Address: Box 257, Fort-de-
France, Martinique, French Ministers:
West Indies. A. A. Carscallen, A. E. Riley,
Cable Address: "Adventiste," Fort- J. T. Carrington, Henry Beck.
de-France. Licentiate: A. W. Cott.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Supt., A. 0. Dunn. R. E. Brooks, Mrs. A. A. Carscal-
Sec. and Treas., Mrs. A. 0. Dunn. len, Mrs. R. E. Brooks, Mrs. A.
Advisory Committee: A. 0. W. Cott, Chas, Manoram, Mrs.
Dunn, Mrs. A. 0. Dunn, M. D. Isabella Downer, Joseph. Gonsal-
Howard. ves, Mrs. Joseph Gonsalves.
136 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

LEEWARD ISLANDS SOUTH CARIBBEAN CON-


CONFERENCE FERENCE
Reorganized 1926 Reorganized 1925
Territory: Barbados, St. Lucia, Territory: Trinidad, Tobago,Gre-
Leeward and Virgin Islands, ex- nada, the Grenadines, an St.
cepting the French West Indies. Vincent.
Population: 357,903; churches, Population: 536,872; churches, 52;
29; members, 1,876. members, 3,283.
Cable Address: "Adventist," St. Cable Address: " Adventist,"
John's, Antigua, British West Port-of-Spain, Trinidad.
Indies. Postal Address: Box 66, Port-of-
Postal Address: Box 52, St. John's, Spain, Trinidad, British West
Antigua, British West Indies. Indies.
Office Address: 50 Newgate St., Office Address: 31 Dundonald St.,
St. John's Antigua, British West Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British
Indies. West Indies (Telephone, 1595).
Officers: Officers:
Pres., L. H. Gardiner. Pres., Gorden Oss.
Sec. and Treas., H. L. Nielsen. Sec. and Treas., R. W. Bickett.
Executive Committee: L. H. Executive Committee: Gorden
Gardiner, H. L. Nielsen, Dr. Oss, R. W. Bickett, S. L. Ash,
Glenn Millard, W. H. Lewis, Benjamin Yip, J. b. Wood, G. A.
C. G. Van Putten. Coon.
Legal Title: The Board of Trus- Legal Title: The Incorporated
tees of the Seventh-day Advent- Trustees of the Seventh-day Ad-
ist Church in the Leeward Is- ventist Church in Trinidad and
lands. Tobago.
Department Secretaries: Department Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, H. L. Book and Bible House, R. W.
Nielsen. Bickett.
Field Miss., Eric Greaves. Field Miss., James Ramratan.
Home Miss., L. H. Gardiner. Home Miss., S. L. Ash.
Medical, Dr. Charles Cave. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., C. D. Henry.
Mrs. H. L. Nielsen. Ministers:
Ministers: Gorden Oss, S. L. Ash, J. D.
L. H. Gardiner, W. H. Lewis, Wood, T. J. Warner, Nathaniel
Dr. Glenn Millard, C. G. Van Payne, Benjamin Yip, G. A.
Putten, E. A. Baptiste. Coon, Henry Wiseman.
Missionary Licentiates:
Licentiates: R. W. Bickett, Mrs. Gorden Oss,
Dr. Charles Cave, 0. C. Walker. Mrs. R. W. Bickett, Mrs. G. A.
Missionary Licentiates: Coon, Mrs. S. L. Ash, Mrs. J. D.
H. L. Neilsen, Mrs. L. H. Gardi- Wood. Mrs. Nathaniel Payne,
ner, Eric Greaves, Mrs. H. L. Annie Osborne, James Ramra-
Nielsen, Mrs. Glenn Millard. tan, C. D. Henry.

CENTRAL AMERICAN UNION MISSION


Reorganized 1926
Territory: Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, Bay Islands, Guate-
Nicaragua, Honduras, British in ala, Salvador.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 137

Population: 6,668,764; churches, Sec. and Treas., Miss Mayme


71; members, 3,343. Wood.
Cable Address: " Adventista," San Advisory Committee: C. B. Sut-
Jose, Costa Rica. ton, Miss Mayme Wood, L. L.
Office Address: Apartado 1059, San Garbutt, Eddie Elwin.
Jose, Costa Rica, Central Amer- Department Secretaries:
ica (Telephone, 3359). Book and Bible House, Miss
Officers: Mayme Wood.
Supt., C. P. Crager. Home Miss., C. B. Sutton.
Sec., Treasurer, and Auditor, Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
A. P. Christiansen. Mrs. C. B. Sutton.
Executive Committee: C. P. Minister: C. B. Sutton.
Crager, A. P. Christiansen, C. B. Licentiate: L. L. Garbutt.
Sutton, E. P. Howard, Orley Missionary Licentiates:
Ford, L. V. Cleaves, L. H. Ol- Mrs. C. B. Sutton, Miss Mayme
son, W. H. Wineland, Fred W. Wood.
Steeves, N. W. Dunn, C. E. Honorary: David Haylock.
Westphal, W. E. Baxter.
Department Secretaries:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., COSTA RICA MISSION
N. W. Dunn.
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Organized 1927
Fred W. Steeves. Territory: Republic of Costa Rica.
Ministers: Population: 520,000; churches, 7;
C. P. Crager, W. E. Baxter, members, 309.
N. W. Dunn. Cable Address: " Adventista," San
Licentiate: W. H. Wineland. Jose, Costa Rica, Central Amer-
Missionary Licentiates: ica.
Mrs. W. E. Baxter, A. P. Chris- Office Address: Apartado 1325, San
tiansen. Mrs. A. P. Christiansen, Jose, Costa Rica, C. A. (Tel..
Fred W. Steeves, Mrs. Fred W. 3359.)
Steeves, Mrs. N. W. Dunn, Geo. Officers:
W. Chapman, Mrs. Geo. W. Supt., W. E. Baxter.
Chapman, Mrs. W. H. Wineland, Office work carried by Central
Werner Wild, Mrs. W. Wild, American Union Mission.
Miss Lela Pierce, Elizabeth Bax- Advisory Committee: W. E.
ter, Mrs. C. P. Crager. Baxter, A. P. Christiansen, G.
W. Chapman, J. E. Rogers, 0. D.
Andrean.
BRITISH HONDURAS AND BAY Department SeCretaries:
ISLANDS MISSION Book and Bible House, Miss
Reorganized 1931 Lela Pierce.
Field Miss., A. E. Lutz.
Territory: British Honduras and Home Miss., F. W. Steeves.
the Bay Islands. Sabbath School, Mrs. MT. E. Bax-
Population: 52,132; churches, 16; ter.
members, 738. Y. P. M. V., N. W. Dunn.
Cable Address: " Adventist," Be- Minister: C. E. Westphal.
lize, British Honduras. Licentiate: 0. D. Andrean.
Office Address: Box 123, Belize, Missionary Licentiates:
British Honduras. Mrs. C. E. Westphal, J. E. Rog-
Officers: ers, May Hammond, Alida Del-
Supt., C. B. Sutton. gado.
138 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

CURACAO MISSION Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,


Mrs. Orley Ford.
Organized 1934. Minister: Orley Ford.
Territory: Islands of Aruba, Bon- Licentiates:
aire and Curacao, Dutch West Harry Larrabee, Jos6 C. Aguilar.
Indies. Missionary Licentiates:
Churches, 2; members, 60. Mrs. Orley Ford, Adolf Fanse-
Cable Address: "Adventist," Cu- lau, Mrs. A. Fanselau, Mrs. Har-
racao (D. W. I.). ry Larrabee.
Postal and Office Address: Pisca-
deraweg 22, Mundo Nobo, Cu-
racao, Dutch West Indies. HONDURAS MISSION
Officers: Organized 1928
Director, Dunney Astleford. Territory: Republic of Honduras
Sec. and Treas., J. W. Cole. less the Bay Islands.
Advisory Committee: Lunney Population: 807,632; churches,
Astleford, Mrs. Lunney Astle- 3; members, 44.
ford, H. E. Baasch, J. W .Cole, Cable Address: "Adventista," Te-
W. R. Mulholland. gucigalpa, Honduras, Central
Department Secretaries: America.
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Office Address: Apartado 103, Te-
Lunney Astleford. gucigalpa, Republic de Honduras,
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Central America.
Mrs. Lunney Astleford. Officers:
Minister: Lunney Astleford. Supt., L. V. Cleaves.
Missionary Licentiate: Sec. and Treas., L. V. Cleaves.
Mrs. Lunney Astleford. Advisory Committee: L. V.
Cleaves, Mrs. L. V. Cleaves, Vic-
GUATEMALA MISSION tor Printemps, E. E. Nebblet,
Reorganized 1927 R. T. Rankin.
Territory: The Republic of Guate- Department Secretaries:
mala, less Puerto Barrios and Book and Bible House, L. V.
vicinity. Cleaves.
Population: 2,454,000; churches, 3; Field Miss.,
,members, 257. Home Miss., L. V. Cleaves.
Cable Address: " Adventista," Gua- Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
temala, Central America. Mrs. L. V. Cleaves.
Office Address: Apartado 218, Gua- Minister: L. V. Cleaves.
temala, Republic of Guatemala, Licentiate: R. T. Rankin.
Central America. Missionary Licentiate:
Officers: Mrs. L. V. Cleaves, Victor Prin-
Supt., Orley Ford. temps.
Sec. and Treas., Mrs: A. Fanse-
lau.
Advisory Committee: Orley NICARAGUA MISSION
Ford, Adolf Fanselau, Mrs. A.
Fanselau, Harry Larrabee, and Organized 1928
Joss C. Aguilar. Territory: Republic of Nicaragua
Department Secretaries: and Corn Island.
Book and Bible House, Mrs. A. Population: 700,000; churches, 6;
.Fanselau. members, 211.
Field Miss., Adolf Fanselau. Cable Address: " Adventista,"
Home Miss., Orley Ford. Managua, Nicaragua.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 139

Office Address: Apartado 92, Ma- Field Miss., R. R. Mattison.


nagua, Rep. de Nicaragua, Cen- Home Miss.,
tral America . Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Officers:
Supt., E. P. Howard. Ministers:
Sec. and Treas., Mrs. A. E. Lutz. A. A. Grizzle, Ishmael Ellis.
Advisory Committee: E. P. Licentiate: Felix Vega.
Howard, Mrs. E. P. Howard,
A. E. Lutz, Mrs. A. E. Lutz, Missionary Licentiates:
Frank Fletcher. A. L. Edeburn, Mrs. A. L. Ede-
Department Secretaries: burn, R. R. Mattison, Mrs. R. R.
Book and Bible House, Mrs. Mattison, Jose Chavanz.
A. E. Lutz. Honorary: S. T. Archbold.
Field Miss., A. E. Lutz.
Home Miss., E. P. Howard.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Mrs. E. P. Howard. SALVADOR MISSION
Ministers: Reorganized 1927
E. P. Howard, Frank Fletcher.
Missionary Licentiates: Territory: The Republic of El Sal-
Mrs. E. P. Sward, A. E. Lutz, vador, Central America.
Mrs. A. E. Lutz, Roger Brooks. Population: 1,635,000; churches,
6; members, 309.
Cable Address: " Adventista," San
Salvador, Republic of El Salva-
PANAMA CONFERENCE dor, Central America.
Organized 1906 Office Address: 8a Ave. Norte, No.
57, San Salvador, Republica de
Territory: Republic of Panama, El Salvador" Central America.
Canal Zone, Talamanca
and the islands of San Andres Officers:
and Old Providence (Colombian). Supt., L. H. Olson.
Population: 500,000; churches, Sec. and Treas., L. H. Olson.
30; members, 1,475. Asst. Sec.-Treas., Miss Eugenia
Robinson.
Cable and Wireless Address: "Ad- Advisory Committee: L. H. Ol-
ventist," Cristobal, Canal Zone. son, Roque Reyes, L. Concepcion.
Office Address: Masonic Temple,
Eleventh and Bolivar Sts., Cris- Department Secretaries:
tobal, Canal Zone. Book and Bible House, Miss
Eugenia Robinson.
Postal Address: Box M. Cristo- FieleMiss., Roque Reyes.
bal, Canal Zone. (Phone 1325.) Home Miss., L. H. Olson.
Officers: Sabbath School, Mrs. L. H. Ol-
Pres., . son.
Sec. and Treas., A. L. Edeburn. Y. P. M. V., Mrs. L. H. Olson.
Executive Committee:
A. L. Edeburn, R. R. Matti- Minister: L. H. Olson.
son, D. A. Cone, A. A. Grizzle, Licentiate: L. Conception.
Caleb Baines. Missionary Licentiates:
Department Secretaries: Mrs. L. H. Olson, Roque Reyes,
Book and Bible House, A. L. Eugenia Robinson, Clementina.
Edeburn. Conception.
COLOMBIA-VENEZUELA UNION
MISSION
organized 1927
Territory: The Republics of Vene- Office Address: Calle Magdalena,
zuela and Colombia, and the esquina Carrera Cuartel, Bar-
Islands of Curacao, Bonaire, and ranquilla, Colombia.
Aruba. Officers:
Population: 11,139,193; churches, Director, R. E. Stewart.
32; members, 1,373. Sec.-Treas., G. H. Manegold.
Cable and Wireless Address: "Co- Advisory Committee: R. E.
loven," Medellin, Colombia. Stewart, G. H. Manegold, Tirso
Postal Address: Apartado 39, Escanden, Pedro Gonzalez, S. L.
Medellin, Colombia. Menendez.
Air Mail Address: Correo Aereo Department Secretaries:
Apartado 609, Medellin, Colom- Home Miss., R. E. Stewart.
bia. Sabbath School, G. H. Manegold.
Officers: Y. P. M. V., Mrs. R. E. Stewart.
Supt., H. E. Baasch. Minister: R. E. Stewart.
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, J. W. Missionary Licentiates:
Cole. Mrs. R. E. Stewart, G. H. Mane-
Executive Committee: H.. E. gold, Pedro Gonzalez.
Baasch, J. W. Cole, W. R. Mul-
holland, R. G. Garner, E. M. CENTRAL COLOMBIA MISSION
Trummer, Lumley Astleford, N. Reorganized 1929
H. Kinzer, R. E. Stewart, J. B. Territory: Departments of Antio-
Ross. quia, Santander del Norte, San-
Department Secretaries: tander del Sur.
Educational, Mrs. H. E. Baasch. Population: 2,559,096; churches,
Field Miss., W. R. Mulholland. . 8 ; members, 208.
Home Miss., H. E. Baasch. Cable Address: "Colo ven" Me-
Minister: dellin, Colombia.
H. E. Baasch. Postal Address: Apartado 39, Me-
Licentiates: dellin, Colombia.
J. W. Cole, W. R. Mulholland. Air Mail Address: Correo Aereo
Missionary Licentiates: Apartado 609, Medellin, Colom-
Mrs. H. E. Baasch, Mrs. J. IV: bia.
Cole, Mrs. W. R. Mulholland. Officers:
Director, E. AL Trimmer.
Sec.-Treas., J. IV. Cole.
ATLANTIC COLOMBIA MISSION Advisory Committee: E. 11.
Organized 1926 Trummer, J. W. Cole, W. B.
Territory: Departments of Atlan- Mulholland, Mrs. E. M. Trum-
tico, Bolivar, Magdalena, and the mer, Pedro Saray.
territory of La Goajira. Department Secretaries:
Population: 1,201,788; churches, Home Miss., E. M. Trimmer.
5; members, 331. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Cable Address: "Adventista," Bar- Mrs. J. W. Cole.
ranquilla, Colombia. Minister: E. M. Trummer.
Postal Address: Apartado 261, Missionary Licentiate: Mrs. E. M.
Barranquilla, Colombia. Trummer.
140
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 141

Address of E. M. Trummer: Apar- Postal Address: Apartado 436,


tado 83, Bucaramanga, Santan- Bogota, Colombia.
der, Colombia. Officers:
Cable and Telegraphic Address, Director, H. E. Baasch, Pro. Tern.
"Adventista," Bucaramanga. Sec. and Treas., J. W. Cole.
Advisory Committee H. E.
Baasch, J. B. Ross, W. R. Mul-
holland, Jorge EscandOn, Fran-
PACIFIC COLOMBIA MISSION cisco Hernandez.
Reorganized 1929 Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., Jorge Escandon.
Territory: Departments of El Home Miss., J. B. Ross.
Valle, Cauca, Narifio, Caldas, the Sabbath. School and Y. P. M. V.,
commisariats of Caqueta and Mrs. J. B. Ross.
Putumayo, and the territory of Licentiate: J. B. Ross.
Choco. Missionary Licentiates:
Population: 1,389,021; churches, Mrs. J. B. Ross, Jorge Escand6n.
6; members, 222.
Cable Address: "Adventista," Cali,
Colombia.
Postal Address: Apartado 313, VENEZUELA MISSION
Cali, Colombia. Territory: Republic of Venezuela.
Officers: Population: 3,269,000; churches,
Director, N. H. Kinzer. 9; members, 391.
Sec. and Treas., C. J. Plata. Cable Address: " Adventista," Car-
Advisory Committee: N. H. acas, Venezuela.
Kinzer, Eugenio Plata, C. J. Office Address: Carcel a Pilita No.
Plata, Jorge Rendon, Aquilino 2, Caracas, Venezuela.
Gonzalez. Postal Address: Apartado 986,
Department Secretaries: Caracas, Venezuela.
Field Miss., E. Plata. Officers:
Home Miss., N. H. Kinzer. Director, R. 0. Garner.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Sec. and Treas., D. N. Peralta.
Mrs. N. H. Kinzer. Advisory Committee: R. 0. Gar-
Minister: N. H. Kinzer. ner, Julio Garcia D., D. N. Pe-
ralta, Rafael. Fleitas.
Licentiate: Jorge Rend6n. Department Secretaries:
Missionary Licentiates: Book and Bible House, D. N.
Mrs. N. H. Kinzer, C. J. Plata, Peralta.
Eugenio Plata, Mrs. Eugenio Field Miss., Rafael Fleitas.
Plata. Home Miss., R. 0. Garner.
Home Miss. Office See., Mrs.
UPPER MAGDALENA MISSION D. N. Peralta.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Reorganized 1929 Mrs. D. N. Peralta.
Territory: Departments of Cundi- Ministers:
namarca, Boyaca, Tolima, Huila, R. 0. Garner, Julio Garcia D.
and the commisariats of Arauca, Missionary Licentiates:
Vichada, Meta. R. E. Greenidge, Mrs. R. 0. Gar-
Population: 2,720,288; churches, ner, Alberto Acosta, H., Rafael
3; members, 161. Fleitas, Sara Acosta H., Mrs.
Cable Address: "Adventista," Bo- R. E. Greenidge, D. N. Peralta,
gota, Colombia. Mrs. D. N. Peralta.
MEXICAN UNION MISSION
Organized 1923

Territory: The Republic of Mexico. Office Address: Agricultura 79,


Population: 16,404,030; churches, Colonia Escandon, Tacubaya,
86; members, 2,980. D. F., Mexico (Telephone, P-
Cable Address: Adventista, Mexico, 0061).
D. F. Officers:
Office Address: Monclova 61-A, Supt., G. C. Nickle.
Colonia Roma, Mexico, D. F. Sec.-Treas., L. W. Archbold.
(Telephone P0083.) Executive Committee: G. C.
Officers: Nickle, L. W. Archbold, A. J.
Supt., C. E. Wood. Calderon.
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, J. G. Department Secretaries:
Pettey. Publishing, J. A. Williams.
Executive Committee: C. E. Home Miss., Sab. School, and
Wood, J. G. Pettey, Dr. I. S. Y. P. M. V., L. W. Archbold.
Ritchie, G. C. Nickle, C. E. Moon, Ministers:
A. G. Parfitt, C. L. Dinius, L. L. G. C. Nickle, J. A. Salazar.
Grand Pre, H. F. House. Licentiates:
Department Secretaries: V. M. Calvo, A. J. Calderon.
Educational, Harold House. Missionary Licentiates:
Field Miss., L. L. Grand Pr6. L. W. Archbold, Jose Carpin-
Home Miss., C. E. Wood. tero, Pedro Cruz, Sra. E. 0. de
Minister: C. E. Wood. Verduzco, J. A. Williams, R.
Licentiates: Arroyo, C. Chavez, L. L. Sauza.
L. L. Grand Pre, J. G. Pettey,
H. F. House, Dr. I. S. Ritchie.
Missionary Licentiates: GULF MISSION
Mrs. C. E. Wood, Mrs. J. G. Organized 1924
Pettey, Mrs. L. L. Grand Pre, Territory: The States of Coahuila,
Mrs. H. F. House, Kenneth Man- Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi,
ning, Mrs. Kenneth Manning. and Tamaulipas, Chihuahua, Du-
Institutions: rango, Zacatecas, and Aguasca-
Colegio Adventista Mexicana, lientes.
Calle Prosperidad No. 85, Colo- Population: 3,238,482; churches,
nia Escandon, Tacubaya, D. F., 21; members, 689.
Mexico. Office Address: Hidalgo, Norte,
Clinica Tacubaya, Calle Agri- Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico.
cultura 73, Colonia Escandon, Postal Address: Apartado 139,
Tacubaya, D. F., Mexico. Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico.
Officers:
CENTRAL MEXICAN MISSION Supt., C. E. Moon.
Territory: The northern half of Sec. and Treas., F. L. E. Ulmer.
Vera Cruz and Puebla, Hidalgo, Advisory Committee: C. E.
Guerrero, Morelos, Queretaro, Moon, F. L. E. Ulmer, Antonio
Tlaxcala, Guanajuato, Michoa- Torres, E. Ponce.
can, Mexico. Department Secretaries:
Population: 7,338,229; churches, Book and Bible House, F. L. E.
11, members, 725. Ulmer.
Cable Address: "Adventista," Mex- Field Miss., M. E. Olsen.
ico, D. F. Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
142
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 143

Y. P. M. V., Mrs. F. L. E. Sec. and Treas., H. A. B. Robin-


Ulmer. son.
Ministers: Advisory Committee: A. G.
C. E. Moon, Antonio Torres, E. Parfitt, H. A. B. Robinson, Max
Ponce, F. B. Zaynos. Fuss.
Missionary Licentiates: Department Secretaries:'
Mrs. C. E. Moon, Mrs. F. L. E. Book and Bible House, H. A. B.
Ulmer, G. M. de Vera. Robinson.
Field Miss., Max Fuss.
LAKE MISSION Home Miss., Max Fuss.
Sab. Sch., H. A. B. Robinson.
Territory: The States of Jalisco, Y. P. M. V., A. G., Parfitt.
Guanajuato, Colima, Nayarit, Ministers:
Sinaloa, Sonora, and Lower. Cali- A. G. Parfitt, Simon Conde, V.
fornia. Rodriguez, Cornelio Aquino,
Population: 2,266,824; churches, Faustino Aguilar.
6; members, 249. Licentiates:
Office Address: Avenue Lerdo de
Tejada 214, Guadalajara, Jali- R. H. Aguilar, Aurelio Jimenez,
sco, Mexico. Miguel Martinez.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Supt., C. L. Dinius. H. A. B. Robinson, Julio Mor-
Department Secretaries: .gado, Max Fuss, Mrs. A. , G.
Book and Bible House: Agenda Parfitt, Mrs. H. A. B. Robinson.
de Publicaciones del Lago, INSTITUTIONS IN THE INTER-
Mrs. C. L. Dinius.
Field Miss., I. 0. Flores. AMERICAN DIVISION -
Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and Educational:
Y. P. M. V., Mrs. C. L. Dinius. Academia Adventista, Hispano-
Minister: C. L. Dinius. americana, Apartado 1329,
Licentiate: I. 0. Flores. San Jose, Costa Rica, Central
Missionary Licentiates: America.
A. A. Valenzuela, Mrs. C. L. Camaguan Training School,
Dinius. Camaguan, Venezuela.
Caribbean Training College, Ma-
TEHUANTEPEC MISSION racas, Trinidad, B. W. I.
Colegio Adventista Antillano,
Organized 1924 Bartle, Oriente, Cuba.
Territory: The states of Chiapas, Colegio Adventista. Mexicana,
Oaxaca and southern halves of Calle Prosperidad No. 85, Ta-
the States of Puebla and Vera cubaya, D. F. Mexico.
Cruz, Mexico, Yucatan, Campe- Haitien Seminary, Boite A-55,
che, Tabasco, and Territory of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Quintana Roo. West Indian Training College,
Population: 3,560,495; churches, Mandeville, Jamaica.
48; members, 1,317. Publishing: 'Pacific Press Publish-
Cable Address: Adventista, Puebla, ' ing Association, Inter-Amer-
Puebla, Mexico. ican Branch, Box 5007, Cristo-
Telephones: Mexicana 3404 and bal, Canal Zone.
3405. Dispensaries:
Office Address: 11 Poniente 1510, Clinica Tacubaya, Agricultura
Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. 73, Colonia Escandon, Tdcu-
Officers: bays, Mexico, D. F. (Tele-
Supt., A. G. Parfitt. phone, P-0061.)
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION
Organized 1928

Territory: British Isles, Denmark, Rudy, T. T. Babienco, W. E.


Norway, Sweden, Finland, Es- Read, G. A. Lindsay, L. Muders-
tonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Po- pach, A. Andersen, G. E. Nord,
land, Iceland, Greenland, Fa- A. C. Christensen, H. Osborne,
roes, Abyssinia, Eritrea, Kenya, C. E. Nelson, A. S. Maxwell.
Uganda, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, General Conference Trans-
British, French and Italian portation Agent: C. H. Ans-
Somalilands Pemba, Zanzibar, combe, 29 Oxford St., London,
French Guinea, Ivory Coast, W. I. England; Telephone Ger-
Niger, Dahomey, Upper Volta, rard 1470; Cable Address, "Ad-
French Sudan, and that por- ventist, London." Telegrams,
tion of French Equatorial Af- "Adventist, Rath., London."
rica lying north of latitude 10 Field Sec., W. T. Bartlett.
North extending North to Lybia Legal Association:
and Algeria, Corisco, Elobey, St. " World 'Wide Advent Missions,
Thomas and group, Nigeria, Limited." Pres., L. H. Christian;
Liberia, Gold Coast, Togo, Fer- Sec., W. T. Bartlett; Treas., Chr.
nando Po, Annobon, Sierra Leone, Pedersen.
Gambia: viz.: the Baltic, British, Department Secretaries:
Polish, East Nordic, and West Educational, E. D. Dick.
Nordic Union Conferences; the Home Miss, H. M. Lowe.
East African, Ethiopian, Niger- Medical, A. Andersen, M. D.
ian, Sierra Leone, Gold Coast, Publishing,
and Upper Nile Union Mission. Sabbath School and Ministerial,
Population: 171,095,273; churches, W. T. Bartlett.
619; members, 30,674. Statistical, Miss Anne Schmidt.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Y. P. M. V., C. V. Anderson..
Advent, Edgware.
Office Address: 41 Hazel Gardens, Ministers:
Edgware, Middlesex, England. L. H. Christian, E. D. Dick, C.
Officers: V. Anderson, W. T. Bartlett.
Pres., L. H. Christian. Missionary Licentiates:
Sec., E. D. Dick. C. H. Anscombe, A. Lethbridge,
Treas. and Auditor, E. R. Colson. Paul Knudsen, Miss Ethel R.
Executive Committee: L. H. Howard, Miss Florence Fielding,
Christian, E. D. Dick, E. R. Miss Ella M. Eastcott, Miss Rosa
Colson, H. M. Lowe, W. T. Muderspach, Miss Jenny R.
Bartlett, C. V. Anderson, H. L. Wharrie, Miss Anne Schmidt.

BALTIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 5923

Territory: Estonia, Latvia, and Cable and Telegraphic Address:


Lithuania. "Advent, Riga."
Population: 5,685,371: churches, Office Address: Brivibas ielit 11,
114; members, 5,241. Riga, Latvia.
144
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 145

Officers: Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,


Pres., H. L. Rudy. E. Klotins.
See.,-Treas., F. Wagele. Ministers:
Executive Committee: H. L. A. Eglit, K. Sutta, E. Klotina,
Rudy, E. Ney, H. Linde, A. Eglit, K. Fogels.
J. Birsin, A. Jurkevics, K. Rose, Licentiates:
E. Magi, F. Wagele, W. Wil- 0. Balodis, E. Krievs, E. Rooks.
nians, E. Tiesnes. Missionary Licentiates:
Legal Associations: J. Colders, M. Stumbergs, A.
Riga Mission Property, Brivibas Freinbergs, A. Lejnieks, L. Aug-
iela 11, Riga, Latvia. stmanis.
Esthonia Building Dept., Mere-
puiestee 14a, Tallinna, Estonia. ESTONIAN CONFERENCE
Department Secretaries:
Educational, K. Rose. Organized 1912
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Territory: Estonia.
A. Jurkevics. Population: 1,123,624; churches,
Sabbath Seh. and Y. P. M. V., 37; members, 1,901.
E. Tiesnes. Office Address: Merepuistee 14a,
Ministers: Tallinn, Estonia.
H. L. Rudy, K. Rose. Officers:
Licentiates: Pres., E. Ney.
A. Jurkevics, E. Tiesnes. Sec. and Treas., M. Sachs.
Missionary Licentiates: Executive Committee: E. Ney,
F. Wagele, Miss G. Priinberg. M. Biirengrub, E. Magi, A. Aug,
Institutions: H. Kohler, K. Murd, G. Lattik.
Baltic Union School, (Adv. Miss. Department Secretaries:
Seminary) Brivibas iela 11 Book and Bible House, M. 13aren-
Riga, Latvia. grub.
Estonian Publishing House, Field Miss., E. Laimets.
Merepuiestee 14a, Tallinna, Sabbath School and Home Miss.,
Estonia. A. Sabrak.
Latvian Publishing House, Brivi- Y. P. M. V., E. Magi.
bas iela 11, Riga, Latvia. Ministers:
Lithuanian Depository, Parodos E. Ney, L. Nikkar, M. Baren-
g-ve 14, Kaunas, Lithuania. grub, A. Klement, E. Miigi, A.
Aug, J. Daniel.
COURLAND CONFERENCE Missionary Licentiates:
Organized 1929 A. Sabrak, M. Sachs, E. Laimets,
J. Ney, A. Timle, V. Karmas, E.
Territory: Kurzeme, Zemgale. Trussmann, V. SchOn, H. Hein-
Population: 766,370; churches, riehson.
24; members, 1,228.
Office Address: Bisenieku iela 25,
Ielgava, Latvia. LITHUANIAN MISSION FIELD
Officers: Organized 1920
Pres., A. Eglit.
Sec.-Treas., L. Augstmanis. Territory: Lithuania.
Executive Committee: A. Eglit, Population: 2,340,038; churches,
J. Tomsons, J. Bittis, J. Colder, 17; members, 330.
E. Klotin, W. Satis, 0. Seltins. Office Address: Parodos g-ve, 14,
Department Secretaries: Kaunas, Lithuania.
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Officers:
J. Colders. Director, H. L. Rudy.
146 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Sec., M. Morenings. Cable Address: "Advent," Riga.


Treas., F. Waegele. Office Address: Brivibas iela 11,
Executive Committee: H. L. Riga, Latvia.
Rudy, W. Strohl, A. Birzgal, H. Officers:
Naehring, V. Kavaliauskas, M. Pres., H. Linde.
Morenings, W. Wachhaus. Sec. and Treas., M. Schneider.
Department Secretaries: Executive Committee: H. Linde,
Field Miss., M. Morenings. A. Colder, J. Oltin, P. Macanow,
Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and A. Timm, B. Sietniek, K. Jekab-
Y. P. M. V., A. Birzgal. son.
Ministers: Department Secretaries:
H. L. Rudy, W. Strohl, A. Birz- Field Miss., A. Dambis.
gal, M. Morenings. ' Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
Licentiates: Y. P. M. V., A. Mednis.
V. Krause, W. Wachhaus. Ministers:
Missionary Licentiates: H. Linde, P. Purmal, J. Drikis,
R. Krayse, K. Strasdauskas. D. Platonow, A. Tscholderis, P.
Macanow, J. Oltin, K. Hilweg.
LIVONIA CONFERENCE Licentiates:
Organized 1932 J. Buile, A. Mednis, E. Grinberg.
Territory: Vidzeme (Livonia) Lat- Missionary Licentiates:
galia, and Riga. A. Bakis, B. Samts, A. Dambis,
Population: 1,455,339; churches, L. Tscholder, M. Schneider, P.
36; members, 1,798. Jakovlev.

BRITISH UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1902
Territory: England, Wales, Scot- Missions Limited; chairman, W.
land, Northern Ireland, Irish E. Read; secretary, A. Carey.
Free State and adjacent Isles. General Conference Transportation
Population: 49,161,454; churches, Agent: C. H. Anscombe, 29 Ox-
76; members, 5,021. ford Street, London, W. 1. Tele-
Cable Address: "Advent," Wat- phone Gerrard 1470. Telegrams,
ford, Herts, England. "Adventist, Rath, London."
Telephone: Watford 4044. Cable Address: "Adventist, Lon-
Office: Stanborough Park, Wat- don."
ford, Herta, England. Department Secretaries:
Officers: Educational, IV. G. C. Murdoch.
Pres., W. E. Read. Field Miss., B. Belton.
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, A. Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and
Carey. Y. P. M. V., F. W. Goodall.
Executive Committee: W. E. Medical, Dr. C. E. Nelson.
Read, A. Carey, H. W. Lowe, B. Religious Lib., A. S. Maxwell.
Belton, 0. M. Dorland, F. W. Ministers:
Goodall, A. S. Maxwell, J. W. E. Read, A. S. Maxwell, F.
Harker, W. G. Murdoch, L. Mur- W. Goodall, G. Keough, W. G. C.
doch, G. D. King, H. Osborne, Murdoch, G. Baird.
A. Warren, Dr. C. E. Nelson. Honorary: S. Joyce, W. A. Hall,
Legal Assn.: British Advent W. J. Young, L. E. A. Lane, E. B.
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 147

Phillips, A. H. Watson, J. J. Miss M. Basher, Miss I. Hims-


Gillatt, R. Whiteside, W. H. worth, Miss E. D: Brown, Miss
Meredith, A. S. Rodd, H. W. F. M. Preston, B. Walton.
Armstrong.
Licentiate: W. L. Emmerson. SOUTH ENGLAND CON-
Missionary Licentiates: FERENCE
A. Carey, B. Belton.
Organized 1902; Reorganized 1928
Territory: The Counties of Corn-
NORTH ENGLAND CON- wall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset,
FERENCE Gloucester, irilts, Oxford, Berke,
Bucks, Hants, Surrey, Sussex,
Organized 1919; Reorganized 1928 Kent, London, Middlesex, Hert-
Territory: The counties of Lanca- ford, Bedford, Huntingdon, Cam-
shire, Yorkshire, Durham, Che- bridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex,
shire, Isle of Man, Westmore- Isle of Wight, and the Channel
land, Cumberland, Northumber- Islands.
land, Derbyshire, Nottingham- Population: 17,510,755; churches,
shire, Lincolnshire, Staffordshire, 32; members, 2,430.
Leicestershire, Rutlandshire, Office: Eagle House, 395 Holloway
Northamptonshire, Worcester- Road, London, N. 7, England.
shire, Warwickshire. Officers:
Population: 19,488,245; churches, Pres., H. W. Lowe.
29; members, 1,699. Sec. and Treas., H. D. Clarke.
Office: 22 Zulla Road, Mapperley Executive Committee: H. W.
Park, Nottingham, England. Lowe, H. D. Clarke, II. T. John-
Officers: son, R. A. Anderson, J. G. Be-
Pres., 0. M. Dorland. van, A. E. Bacon, W. A. Girling,
Sec. and Treas., A. H. Thompson. G. V. Hall, T. B. Wynne.
Executive Committee: 0. M. Department Secretaries:
Dorland, A. H. Thompson, J. H. Educational, W. G. C. Murdoch.
Parkin, E. E. Craven, W. Mauds- Field Miss., C. L. Kelly.
ley, W. R. A. Madgwick, B. A. Sabbath School, Home Miss., and
H. Rhodes, E. Merchant, W. Y. P. M. V., H. T. Johnson.
Hilton. Ministers:
Department Secretaries: A. K. Armstrong, R. A. Ander-
Educational, W. G. C. Murdoch. son, A. E. Bacon, J. G. Bevan,
Field Miss., D. Davies. R. T. E. Colthurst, H. F. De'ath,
Home Miss., Sabbath School, R. S. Joyce, F. S. Jackson, H. W.
and Y. P. M. V., J. H. Parkin. Lowe, H. W. McUrow, C. A.
Ministers: Reeves, P. A. Spearing, J. B.
0. M. Dorland, W. iViaudsley, J. West, J. M. Howard, L. A. Wat-
H. Bell, D. Morrison, E. E. Cra- son.
ven, S. G. Hyde, A. F. Bird, W. Honorary: S. F. Tonics.
R. A. Madgwick. Licentiates:
Licentiates: C. R.. Anderson, C. R. Bonney,
F. W. Coppock, J. H. Parkin, R. W. J. Cannon, B. F. Hardy, H.
A. Freeth, W. M. Lennox, H. K. T. Johnson, L. D. Vince.
Munson. Missionary Licentiates:
Missionary Licentiates: H. D. Clarke, C. L. Kelly, D. M.
A. H. Thompson, D. Davies, S. Swaine, L. G. Hardinge, Mrs. M.
Standen, B. E. Sparrow, Miss J. E. Brooks, Miss W. Buckle, Mrs.
Handysides, Miss A. F. Clarke, D. Casey, Miss L. J. Clarke, Miss
148 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

0. C. Davies, Miss H. M. Ford, Population: 4,842,554; churches,


Miss E. G. Guntrip, Miss M. 4; members, 279.
Keough, Miss E. Stone, Miss 1. Office: Stanborough Park, Wat-
White, Miss F. Wilkins. ford, Herts, England.
IRISH FREE STATE MISSION Officers:
Supt., L. Murdoch, Broomage
Organized 1902; reorganized 1932 House, Larbert, Sterlingshire,
Scotland.
Territory: Irish Free State. Treas., A. Carey, Stanborough
Population: 2,971,992; churches, 2; Park, Watford.
members, 41. Advisory Committee: L. Mur-
Office: Stanborough Park, Wat-
doch, F. W. Johnston, R. Ken-
ford, Herts., England.
nedy, A. A. Hogg, J: Wolfe.
Officers:
Supt., J. Harker, 11 Seafield, Department Secretaries:
Portadown N. Ireland. Field Miss., D: Davies.
Treas., A. Carey, Stanborough Home Miss., Sabbath School, and
Park, Watford. Y. P. M. V., F. W. Goodall..
Advisory Committee: J. Harker,
G. W. Bailey. Ministers:
L. Murdoch, F. W. Johnston,
Minister: G. W. Bailey.
S. G. Joyce.
NORTH IRELAND MISSION Licentiate: A. G. Tapping.
Organized 1902; reorganized 1932. Missionary Licentiates:
J. C. French, Miss Archibald,
Territory: Northern Ireland. Miss J. Fleming, Miss A. Mc-
Population: 1,256,561; churches, 2; Rorie, Miss H. Bull.
members, 114.
Office: Stanborough Park, Wat-
ford, Herts, England.
Officers: WELSH MISSION
Supt., J. Harker, 11 Seafield,
Portadown, N. Ireland. Organized 1902
Treas., A. Carey, Stand borough Territory: Principality of Wales,
Park, Watford. Cotinties of Monmouthshire,
Advisory Committee:. J. Harker, Shropshire, and Herefordshire.
F. C. Bailey, J. A. McMillan, Population: 2,948,931; churches,
Dr. J. Houston, G. Reid. 7; members, 408.
Department Secretaries:
Feld Miss., B. Belton. Office: Stanborough Park, Watford,
Home Miss., Sabbath School, and Herts, England.
V. P. M. V., F. W. Goodall. Officers:
Ministers: Supt., G. D. King, 80 Australia
J. Harker, F. C. Bailey, J. A. Road, Heath, Cardiff, Wales.
McMillan. Treas., A. Carey, Stanborough
Missionary Licentiates: Park, Watford.
Miss E. Adair, Miss M. Kirby. Advisory Committee: G. King,
T. H. Cooper, R. Jacques, J. H.
SCOTTISH MISSION Dobbs, D. Francis.
Organized 1902 Department Secretaries:
Territory: Scotland, including The Field Miss., C. L. Kelly.
Hebrides, Orkneys, and Shet- Home Miss., Sabbath School, and
lands. Y. P. M. V., F. W. Goodall.
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 149

Ministers: Missionary Licentiates:


0. D. King, T. H. Cooper.
Licentiates: Miss I. Seagrave, Miss A. Ander-
R. T. Bolton, W. 0. Nicholson. son, Miss V. Ward.

EAST AFRICAN UNION MISSION
Organized 1912; reorganized
1926, 1933
Territory, 'Kenya Colony and Pro- CENTRAL KENYA MISSION
tectorate, Italian Somaliland, Entered 1933
the islands of Zanzibar and
Pemba. Territory: Kikuyu and Ukamba
provinces and that portion of the
Population: 4,125,948; churches, Northern Frontier Province ly-
29; members, 3,200. ing north of the equator.
Cable Address: " Advent Nakuru." Address: P. 0. Box 970, Nairobi,
Office: Box. 127, Nakuru, Kenya Kenya Colony.
Colony,. East Africa.
Officer:
Officers: Supt., W. W. Armstrong.
Supt., S. G. Maxwell.
Sec. and Treas., Miss 0. A. Minister:
European: W. W. Armstrong.
Clarke. Missionary Licentiates:
Executive Committee: S. G. African: E. Owino, I. Oigo, M.
Maxwell, W. W. Armstrong, G. Atinga.
A. S. Madgwick, E. R. Warland,
0. Lewis, A. W. Allen, Miss 0.
A. Clarke, R. A. Carey. COAST MISSION
Department Secretaries:
Educational, E. R. Warland. Entered 1934
Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and Territory: Kenya Protectorate,
Y. P. M. V., S. G. Maxwell. Mombasa Province and - that
Medical, Dr. G. A. S. Madgwick. portion of the Northern Frontier
Publishing, A. W. Allen. Province lying, south of the
Asst,, M. Otieno. equator, Italian Somaliland and
Ministers: the islands of Zanzibar and
S. G. Maxwell, E. R. Warland. Pemba.
Licentiate: Dr. G. A. S. Madgwick. Address: Miritini, Kenya Protec-
Missionary Licentiates: torate.
A. W. Allen, R. Carey, C. Hyde, Officer:
Miss G. A. Clarke, Miss K. Niel- Acting Supt., W. C. S. Raitt.
sen, Miss D. Nielsen, Miss C. Minister:
. Olsen, Miss R. Raitt, Miss C. African: Petero Risasi.
Schuil. Licentiates:
Institutions: European: W. C. S. Raitt.
Kamagambo Training School; African: Josetu Simba.
Principal, E. R. Warland, A.
C. P., Kamagambo, P. 0. Kisii,
Kenya Colony. SOUTH KENYA MISSION
The Advent Press; Manager, R. Entered 1912; Organized 1933
Carey, Gendia, P. 0. Kisumu,
Kenya Colony. Territory: The Kisii and Kericho
Kendu Hospital; Supt., Dr. Cl. districts and the Masai reserve.
A. S. Madgwick, Gendia, 1'. 0. Address: Kisii, via Kisumu, Ken-
Kisumu, Kenya Colony. ya Colony, East Africa.
150 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Churches: 8; members, 651. around the Kavirondo Gulf


Officers: (Lake Victoria).
Supt., G. A. Lewis. Address: Gendia, P. 0. Kisumu,
Local Committee: G. A. Lewis, Kenya Colony, East Africa.
S. G. Maxwell, P. Nyamweya. Churches: 21; members, 2,493.
Department Secretaries: Officers:
Home Miss., Sabbath Sch., and Supt., F. H. Thomas.
Y. P. M. V., K. Obwagi. Local Committee: F. H. Thomas,
Licentiates: Dr. G. A. S. Madgwick, C. Ka-
European: G. A. Lewis. tonya, P. Mboya.
African: P. Nyamweya, Samson Department Secretaries:
Ongaki. Home Miss., Sab. Sch., and Y. P.
Missionary Licentiates: M. V., J. Ouma, J. Anyengo.
African: S. Gesieho, M. Nya- Ministers:
singa, N. Ongira, J. Sindiga, European: M. C. Murdoch.
K. Obwagi, M. Mom anyi, A. African: P. Mboya.
Oirere. Licentiates:
African:. K. Katonya, J. Ouma,
Nyanchua Mission Station H. Owuor, J. Omer, D. Orwa,
Address: Nyanchua Mission, P. 0. A. Okal, E. Nyakangu, P.
Kisii, Kenya Colony. Nyaema, E. Olero, A. Obuola,
Director: G. A. Lewis. J. Oyola.
African Teachers: 33. Missionary Licentiates:
European: F. H. Thomas.
North West Kenya Mission African: J. Rumo, E.' Olero, A.
Entered 1931 Obuola, P. Geda, R. Obewa, L.
Territory: Nakuru and Eldoret Amayo, J. Anyengo, N. Agon-
areas and the unallotted terri- da, I. Okeyo, F. Ongango.
tories to the north. Gendia Mission Station
Address: P. 0. Box 127, Nakuru, Address: Gendia, P. 0. Kisumu,
Kenya Colony. Kenya Colony.
Supt., S. G. Maxwell. Director: F. H. Thomas.
Missionary Licentiate: African Teachers: 45.
E. Kimenja.
Kanyadoto, Mission Station
WEST KENYA MISSION Address: Kanyadoto, via Gendia,
Entered 1906; Organized 1933 P. 0. Kisumu, Kenya Colony.
DirectoT: M. C. Murdoch.
Territory: The Luo language area African Teachers: 35.

EAST NORDIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1931.
Territory: Sweden and Finland. Sec., Erik H. Larsson.
Population: 9,796,493; churches, Treas., E. Edfors.
93; members, 4,480. Auditor, E. H. Larsson.
Cable Address: Advent, Stockholm, Executive Committee: G. A.
Sweden. Lindsay, G. E. Nord, R. W. Eng-
Office Address: Tunnelgatan 25, strom, C. Gidlund, A. Blomstedt,
Stockholm, Sweden. V. Kohtanen, E. H. Larsson, K.
Officers: R. Sandstrom, A. Rintala, Vilh.
Pres., G. A. Lindsay. Sucksdorff, M. D., Y. Miettinen.
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 151

Ministers: Ministers:
G. A. Lindsay, G. E. Nord. V. Kohtanen, A. Rintala, K. Soi-
Honorary: K. A. Fernstrom, J. salo, P. Nousiainen, T. StAhlberg,
Wallenkampf, Emil Ahren, A. J. K. Osola.
Settergren, Licentiates:
Licentiate: R. W. Engstrom. Miettinen, E. Peltonen, T.
Missionary Licentiates: Ketola, A. Blomberg.
E. H. Larsson, E. Edfors. Missionary Licentiates:
Institutions: L. Miettinen, 0. MilAttilnen, I.
Stockholm Publishing House, T. Heinonen, Liina Lehti, Lempi
Tunnelgatan 25, Stockholm, Lehto, Viivi Kangasvouri, A.
Sweden. Unhola.
Finland Publishing House, An-
negatan 7, Helsingfors, Fin-
land. FINLAND CONFERENCE
Finland S. D. A. Mission School,
Toivonlinna, Piikkio, Finland. Organized 1909; Divided 1929 in
Swedish Missionary School, Eke- Finland and Finland Swedish
byholm, Rimbo, Sweden. Conferehces
Hultafors Sanitarium, Hulta- Legal Assn. (for both Confer-
fors, Sweden. ences): Filantropinen Yhdistys
Helsingfors Fysikaliska Institut. Aikain Vartija r. y.
Annegatan 7, Helsingfors, Fin- Officers:
land. Pres., V. Kohtanen.
Nyhyttans Treatment Home, Executive Committee: V. Koh-
Jtirnboas, Sweden. tanen, A. Rintala, Y. Miettinen,
Stockholm Hydro-Electric In- T. Sthhlberg, V. Lehto, V. Kos-
stitute HumlegArdsgatan 18, kinen, N. Landemaa, A. Blom-
Stockholm, Sweden. stedt, V. Sucksdorff, M. D.
Toivonlinna Summer Sanitarium,
Piikkio, Finland. FINLAND SWEDISH CONFER-
Ekebyholm Summer Sanitarium, ENCE
Rimbo, Sweden. Organized 1929
FINLAND CONFERENCE Territory: Finland.
Population: 342,921; churches,
Organized 1929 12; members, 388.
Territory: Finland. Office: Annegatan 7, Helsingfors,
Population: 3,291,126; churches, Finland.
27; members, 1,672. Officers:
Office: Annank. 7, Helsingfors, Pres., Adolf Blomstedt.
Finland. Sec. and Treas., Lydia Sand-
Officers: holm.
Pres., V. Kohtanen. Executive Committee: A. Blom-
Sec., Y. Miettinen. stedt, V. Sucksdorff, M. D., K.
Treas., T. Heinonen. Sandelin, G. Hede, L. Sandholm.
Executive Committee: V. Koh- Department Secretaries:
tanen, A. Rintala, Y. Miettinen, Field Miss., I. Heikonen.
T. Stahlberg, V. Lehto, V. Kos- Home Miss. and Sab. School,
kinen, N. Landemaa. Lydia Sandholm.
Department Secretaries: Y. P. M. V., A. Blomstedt.
Field Miss., I. Heikonen. Ministers:
Sabbath School, Y. P. M. V., and A. Blomstedt, R. Swenson.
Home Miss., A. Blomberg. Licentiate: G. Forsblom.
152 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Missionary Licentiates: Population: 3,055,270; churcheS,


Elsa Olausen, Lydia Sandhohn, 25; members, 1,082.
Edith Vendelin, Anna Dahlquist.
Cable Address: Advent, Goteborg.
NORTH SWEDISH CONFER- Office Address: Wasagatan 20,
ENCE Goteborg, Sweden.
Organized 1929 Officers:
Pres., C. Gidlund.
Territory: Northern part of Swe- Sec. and Treas., Anna Sundqvist.
den. Auditor, E. H. Larsson.
Population: 3,107,176; churches, Executive Committee: C. Gid-
29; members, 1,338. lund, J. A. Swenson, C. 0. Carl-
Cable Address: Advent, Stockholm. stjerna, A. Kahlstrom, E. Ahl-
Office: Tunnelgatan 25, Stockholm, born, A. Larsson, A. Andersson.
Sweden.
Officers: Department Secretaries:
Pres., K. Sandstrom. Field Miss., J. Johanson.
Sec., and Treas., Lisa Soderberg. Home Miss., R. W. Engstrtim.
Auditors, Erfk H. Larsson. Sabbath Sch. and Y. P. M. V.,
Executive Committee: K. Sand- David Carlson.
strom, Alfred Andersson, C. Ministers:
Kahlstriim, Waldemar Johans- C. Gidlund, J. A. Swensson, C. 0.
son, 0. Angervo, E. R. Colson, Carlstjerna, G. Hermansson.
C. Blom.
Department Secretaries: Licentiates:
Field Miss. and Home Miss., David Carlson, Carl Lindberg,
Oscar Johanson. E. Erenius, H. Rosenberg, John
Sabbath School, Lisa Soderberg. Larsson.
Y. P. M. V., S. Jonasson. Missionary Licentiates:
Ministers: Ellen Swensson, Anna Sundqvist,
K. Sandstrom, Wilh. Runolf, Alf. Signe Johanson, Carl Johanson,
Anderson, 0. Angervo. Adina Pettersson, E. Mattsson,
Licentiates: C. Berglund, J. Johansson.
Eric Svenzon, Ellis R. Colson,
Sigward Jonason, 0. Johansson,
K. Utterback, F. Martensson,
H. Steffansson. SWEDEN CONFERENCE
Missionary Licentiates: Organized 1882; Divided 1929 in
Stine HOglind, Elsa Hagberg, K. North and South Sweden
Ulvstrom, G. W. Eriksson, Alf. Conferences
Karlman, Sven Bjur, Lisa Soder-
berg, Olga Forsberg, Stina Sand- Legal Assn. (for both Confer-
holm. ences) : "Sallskapet Sanningens.
Church School Teachers: Harold." Pres., E. H. Larsson;
Signe Sandquist, Ingeborg Jo- Vice-Pres., W. Johansson; Sec..
hansson. Axel Bengtsson; Treas., G. W.
Ericsson.
Executive Committee: E. H.
SOUTH SWEDISH CONFER- Larsson, C. Gidlund, Axel Ben-
ENCE gtsson, G. W. Ericsson, Walde-
mar Johanson, I. UnhiiII, K.
Organized 1929 Sandstrom. Consultative: G. E.
Territory: Southern part of Swe- Nord, G. A. Lindsay.
den. Auditors: 0. Grundberg, E. Edfors.
ETHIOPIAN UNION MISSION
Entered 19.21; Reorganized 1933
Territory: Ethiopia, Eritrea, Brit- ARRUSSI MISSION
ish and French Somalilands. Entered 1925; reorganized 1926
Population: 12,034,631; churches, Territory.: Chercher, Arrussi, Har-
7; members, 322. rargie, Somaliland, Bale.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventists," Address: S. D. A. Mission, P. 0.
Addis-Abeba. Box 145, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Officer:
P. 0. Box 145, Addis Abeba, Director,
Ethiopia, East Africa. Missionary Licentiate:
Ethiopian: Liege Joseph.
Officers:
Supt., M. J. Sorenson. BEGEMDER MISSION
Sec.; Mae Matthews.
Treas., N. B. Nielsen. Organized 1929
Executive Committee: M. J. Sor- Territory: Begemder, Waag Am-
enson, N. B. Nielsen, Alb. Hes- hara, Semien, Tigre.
sel, G. Gudmundson, Dr. G. C. Address: Heile Selassie I Hospital,
Bergman, Dr. C. E. Kahlstrom, Debre-Tabor, Ethiopia.
Dr. T. C. Nicola, C. Jensen, Her- Officers:
bert Hanson, Mae Matthews, Director, Erik Palm.
Esther Bergman. Minister:
Department Secretaries: European: G. Gudmundsen.
Field Miss., Alb. Hessel. Missionary Licentiates:
Home Miss., M. J. Sorenson. European: Erik Palm.
Medical: G. C. Bergman, M. D., Ethiopian Alika Moot Bajnaar,
M. R. C. S. Alika Wondemu, Alika Isaiah,
Sabbath Sch., Mae Matthews. Alika Kassahun, Alika Negusie,
Ministers: Alika Mangisto.
M. J. Sorenson, Alb. Hessel.
Missionary Licentiates: ERITREAN MISSION
Mrs. M. J. Sorenson, Mae Mat- Organized 1909
thews, N. B. Nielsen.
Territory: The Italian colony of
Institutions: Eritrea.
Boys Training school: Principal, Population: 407,474; churches,
Herbert Hanson, P. 0. Box 1; members, 112.
145, Addis-Abeba, Ethiopia. Address: Missione Avventista, P.
Girls Training school: Principal, 0. Box 114, Asmara, Eritrea,
Miss Mae Matthews, P. 0. Box Northeast Africa.
145, Addis-Abeba, Ethiopia. Director, Michael Ogbaski.
Taffari Makonnen Hospital: Minister:
Supt., , Dessie, Wollo, Ethiopian: Michael Ogbaski.
Ethiopia. Other Ethiopian Workers:
Zanditu Memorial Hospital: Gebre Mariam, Bojen, Wolde
Supt., Dr. G. C. Bergman, Gebrti, Alika Toldeburtian.
Addis-Abeba, P. 0. Box 145,
Ethiopia. SHOA MISSION
Heile Sellassie I Hospital: Supt., Organized 1923
, Debre Tabor, Ethiopia. Territory: Shoa, Sulali, Fin -u, Gu-
153
154 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

ragie, Sidaino, Borana, Wol- Western Ethiopia, Vialakempti.


lamo, Godjam. Officers:
Address: S. D. A. Mission, P. 0. Director, C. Jensen.
Box 145, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. Minister: C. Jensen.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Director, M. J. Sorenson. European: Miss A. Lind. -
Sec., Miss Mae Matthews. Ethiopian: Derresa Danki.
Treas., N. B. Nielsen.
Ministers:
M. J. Sorenson, Alb. Hessel. WOLLO MISSION
Missionary Licentiates: Organized 1926
Dr. G. C. Bergman, Mrs. G. C. Territory: Wollo, Lasta, r Fedjo,
Bergman, Dr. T. Nicola, Mrs. T. Dankali.
Nicola, H. Hanson, Mrs. H. Han- Address: Taffari Makonnen Hos,
son, Miss E. Bergman, Miss R. pital, Dessie, Wollo, Ethiopia:.
Hofstad, Miss Margit Halvorsen. Officers:
Supt., Dr. A. R. Stadin.
WOLLEGA MISSION Licentiate: Dr. W. Purmal.
Entered 1925: reorganized 1926 Missionary Licentiates:
European: Miss P. Hovig, Dr. A.
Territory: Wollega Lem% Beni- R. Stadin, Mrs. A. R. Stadin.
shagiil, Sao% Kaffa, Baka. Ethiopian: Massela Tekia, Liege
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Gembe, Nagasa, Liege Teschem.

GOLD COAST UNION MISSION


Entered 1894; Reorganized 1933

Territory: Gold Coast, Ivory Coast, Missionary Licentiates:


Dahomey, Togoland, and the European: F. Edwards.
Upper Volta Colonies, West Af- African: J. C. Sappon, J. Ashun,
rica. C. K. Boaten, J. Ownusu, R.
Population: 10,087,033; churches, K. Entwil, J. Y. Entwi, G. M.
7; members, 556. Erzuah, J. B. Tekyie, D.
Cable Address: "Adventist," Bek-
wai. Institution:
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Agona Training School, Princi-
Box 45, Bekwai, Gold Coast, pal, F. Stokes Agona, Ashanti,
West Africa. Gold Coast, West Africa.
Officers:
Supt., J. Clifford.
Executive Committee: j. Clif-
ford, F. Stokes, F. Edwards.
AGONA MISSION STATION
Ministers:
European: J. Clifford. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Agona,
African: J. K. Garbrah. Ashanti, Gold Coast; W. Africa.
Licentiates:
Director: F. Stokes.
European: F. Stokes, T. H.
Fielding. Training School: Agona, Ashanti;
African: S. B. Essien. Principal, F. Stokes.
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 155

Head Master, S. B. Essian (Afri- BEKWAI MISSION STATION


can). Teachers, 5. Address: Box 45, Bekwai, via Ta-
Out-schools: koradi, Gold Coast, West Africa.
Ascamang, Ashanti.
Teacher, S. Asmah. Director: J. Clifford..
Ntonsu, Ashanti. African Evangelists, 8.
Teacher, J. Owusu. Out-stations, 9.
Dispensary: F. Stokes. Infant School, 1.
African Evangelists, 6. Teacher, 1.

NIGERIAN UN ION MISSION


Organized December, 1913. Reorganized June, 1930

Territory: Nigeria, British Man- Address: S. D. A. Mission, Jengre


dated territory of the Came- Railway Station, via Jos, North-
roons, French Colony of the Ni- ern Nigeria, W. C. Africa.
ger, and the Islands in the Gulf Officers:
of Guinea, West Africa. Supt., J. J. Hyde.
Populaiton: 25,000,000; churches, Local Committee: J. J. Hyde;
4; members, 1,389. Wm. McClements.
Cable Address: " Adventist," Iba- Minister: J. J. Hyde.
dan, Nigeria. Jengre Station
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
Box No. 19, Ibadan, Nigeria, Established 1932
West Africa. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Jengre
Officers: Railway Station, via Jos, N.
Supt., Wm.. McClements."' Nigeria, West Coast, Africa.
Sec.-Treas., Miss M. Wharrie. Director: J. J. Hyde.
Executive Committee: W. Mc- Dispensary: Mrs. J. J. Hyde.
Clements, L. Edmonds, W. G.
Till, J. J. Hyde, W. T. B. Hyde,
Miss M. Wharrie, A. W. Cook.
Department Secretaries: NORTHWESTERN NIGERIAN
Educational, W. T. B. Hyde. MISSION
Publishing, A. W. Cook. Organized 1930 (entered 1914)
Minister: W. McClements. Territory: Ilorin, Kabba, Sokoto,
Institution: Zaria, and Niger Provinces.
Ibadan Training school; P. 0. Population: 4,196,989; churches,
Box 19, Ibadan, Nigeria, West 1; members, 393.
Coast, Africa; Principal, W. Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
T. B. Hyde. A wtun, via Off a, Nigeria, West
Africa.
Officers:
NORTHEASTERN NIGERIAN Supt., W. G. Till.,
MISSION
Local Committee: W. G. Till, W.
Organized 1930 7McClements, C. A. Bartlett.
Territory: Kano, Plateau, Bornu, Ministers:
Bauchi and Adatnwa Provinces. European: W. G. Till.
Population: 5,07,347. African: John Oriola.
156 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Awtun Station Director: A. C. Vine.


Established 1923 Station School: 1; Headmaster, A.
C. Vine, assisted by 2 African
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Amiun, Teachers.
via Ilorin, Nigeria, West Coast, Vernacular Teachers and Evangel-
Africa. ists: 9.
Churches: 1; members, 393.
Director: W. G. Till. SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIAN
Village Schools: 1. MISSION
Teachers: 3. Organized 1930 (entered 1913)
Evangelists and other workers: 11.
Territory: Lagos Colony, Ijabu,
SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIAN Ondo Oyo, Benin, and Abeokuta
MISSION Provinces.
Population: 3,085,556; churches,
Organized 1930 (entered 1923) 2; membership, 259.
Territory: Calabar, Owerri, Warri, Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
Ogoja, Onitsha, Benue Provinces, Box 19, Ibadan, Nigeria, West
and part of British Mandated Coast, Africa.
Territory of Cameroons South Officers:
of Benue. Supt., W. McClements.
Population: 6,629,109; churches, Local Committee: W. McClem-
2; members, 721. ents, W. T. B. Hyde, C. A. Bart-
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, lett.
West Coast, Africa. Ministers:
European: W. McClements.
Officers: African: J. Hamilton, A. I. Bolo-
Supt., L. Edmonds. gun.
Local Committee: L. Edmonds,
Wm. McClements, A. C. Vine, Licentiate: W. T. B. Hyde.
Ministers: Missionary Licentiates:
European: L. Edmonds. European: C. A. Bartlett, Mrs.
African: B. Tikili. C. A. Bartlett.
Licentiate: African: S. Dare.
European: A. C. Vine. Vernacular Schools: 1.
Teachers: 2.
Aba Station Evangelists: 4.
Established 1923
Ibadan Station
Address: P. 0. Box 41, Aba, South Established 1928
Nigeria, West Coast, Africa.
Director: L. Edmonds. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Box 19,
Station School: Staffed by Oix Ibadan, Nigeria, West Coast
African Teachers. Africa.
Vernacular Schools: 2. Director: Wm. McClements.
Vernacular Teachers and Evangel- Institutions:
ists: 27. Ibadan Training school: (See
under Union Educational insti-
Elele Station tution).
Established 1930 Ibadan Station School:
Address: P. 0. Box 19, Ibadan Ni-
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Elele, geria, West Central Africa.
Ahoada, via Port Harcourt, Ni- Principal: W. T. B. Hyde, assisted
geria, West Coast, Africa. by 5 African Teachers.
POLISH UNION CONFERENCE
Organized 1921

Territory: The East, North, South, Office: Luck ul, Piotra Skargi 12,
West Polish, and Silesian Con- Skrz. pocz. 152, Poland.
ferences. Officers:
Population: 32,000,000; churches, Pres., J. Kulak.
144; members,. 3,353. Sec.-Treas., E. Krygier.
Office Address: Turecka 1, War- Executive Committee: J. Kulak,
saw, Poland. A. Wiesolow, E. Krygier, J.
Officers: Woroniuk, E. Foss, F. Jarom-
Pres., T. T. Babienco. czuk, A. Niewiadomski, J. Za-
Sec., W. Czembor. wadzki, M. Dolgun, K. Kolbaez.
Treas., Miss M. Babinska. Department Secretaries:
Executive Committee: T. T. Field Miss., Home Miss., Sabbath
Babienco, W. Czembor, F. Dzik, School, and Y. P. M. V., A.
P. Englert, J. Kulak, J. Gomola, Wiesolow.
M. Wasidlow, A. Kruk, M. Ba- Ministers:
binska, K. Schafer, E. Ruez. J. Kulak, A. Niewiadomski, M.
Building Assn. (the legal society) : Dolgun, St. Kapusta.
"Konstrukcja," sp. z. ogr. odp., Licentiates:
Turecka 1. Warsaw, Poland. K. Mokijewiez, K. Piatek, E.
Department Secretaries: Krueger, M. Waszczuk, J. Ro-
Educational, M. Ostapowicz, siecki, E. Krygier.
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Missionary Licentiates:
K. Schafer. A. Wiesolow, F. Adam, A. Ma-
Sabbath Sch. and Y. P. M. V.,- karczuk.
A. Kruk.
Ministers: NORTH POLISH CONFERENCE
T. T. Babienco, W. Czembor.
Licentiates: Organized 1933
M. Wasidlow, M. Ostapowicz, K. Territory: Wilno, Bialystok, No-
Schafer, A. Kruk. wogrOdek.
Missionary Licentiate: Population: 3,969,000; churches,
Miss M. Babinska. 9; members, 148.
Institutions: Office Address: Portowa 28/5,
Polish Union Mission School, Wilno, Poland.
Kamienica, na Slasku 230, Officers:
Poland. Pres., F. Dzik.
Polish Publishing House, a legal Sec., J. Lipski.
society, "Polski Dom Nakla- Treas., M. Babinska.
dowy," Turecka I, Warsaw, Executive Committee: F. Dzik,
Poland. J. Wierzbowski, P. Poleszczuk,
P. Polonski, Kryger.
Department Secretaries:
EAST POLISH CONFERENCE Field Miss., Home Miss., Sab.
Organized 1927 Sch., and Y. P. M. V., J. Wier-
zbowski.
Territory: Vollynia, Polesie and Minister: F. Dzik.
Lublin. Missionary Licentiates:
Population: 5,684,000.; churches, J. Wierzbowski, M. Hintz, P.
50; members 1,120. Poleszezuk, J. Lipski, J. Paruzel.
157
158 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

SILESIAN CONFERENCE Department Secretaries:,


Organized 1934 Field Miss., P. Englert.
Home Miss., Sab. Sch., and Y. P.
Territory: KrakOw, Kielce and M. V., A. Maszczak.
Silesia. Ministers:
Population: 6,532,000; churches, P. Englert, A. Felte, A. Masz-
37; members, 935. ezak.
Office Address: ill. Kujawska 16, Licentiate: 0. Niedoba.
KrakOw, Poland.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Pres., J. Gomola. St. Smyk, P. Struski, M. Kot,
Sec.-Treas., E. Lawaty. 0. Bruniec, D. Szkolniak.
Executive Committee: J. Go-
mola, E. Lawaty, E. Niedoba,
F. Stekla, A. Batheld, F. Cy- WEST POLISH CONFERENCE
bura, J. Pieszka. ' Organized 1918
Department Secretaries: Territory: Warszawa, Lodz, Po-
Field Miss., Home Miss., Sab. morze, Poznan. '
School, and Y. P. M. V., E. Population: 9,542,000; churches,
Niedoba. 30; members, 650.
Ministers: Office Address: Turecka 1, War-
J. Gomola, A. Luedtke, J. Zie- saw,'Poland.
linski, F. Stekla. Officers:
Licentiates: Pres., W. Czembor,
K. Piatek, E. Niedoba. Sec. and Treas., L Gajzler.
Missionary Licentiates: Executive Committee: W. Czem-
P. Baron, E. Lawaty, J. Miem- bor, E. Rucz, 0. Ginter, H. Bar-
czyk, F. Kubaczka. tel, K. Nowieki, L. Gajzler, .,.W.
Kuzma. ,.
SOUTH POLISH CONFERENCE Department Secretaries:
Organized 1920. Field Miss., W. Kuzma.,
Territory: LwOw, Stanislawow, Home Miss., Sabbath School, and
Tarnopol. Y. P. M. V., K. Nowicki.
Population: 6,203,000 churches, Ministers:
21; members, 321. W. Czembor, T. E. Klut, E. Ku-
Office Address: Sierpowa 10, lesa.
LwOw, Poland. Honorary: J. Niedoba, K. Jelen,
Officers: T, Will, R. Cunitz.
Pres., P. Englert. Licentiates:
Sec.-Treas., 0. Niedoba. W. Kuzma, G. Baron.
Executive Committee: P. Eng- Missionary Licentiates:
lert, 0. Niedoba, A. Maszczak, K. Nowicki, L. Gajzler, E. Fied-
M. Raduch, Dr. Modrecki, J. ler, 0. Wajrauch, G. Baron, F.
Schoffer, St. Leblanc. Kosmowski.

SIERRA LEONE UNION MISSION


Entered 1905; Reorganized 1933
Territory: Sierra Leone, Liberia, Cable Address: Advent, Waterloo,
Gambia, French Guinea, and the Sierra-Leone.
French Sudan Colonies.
Population: 9,112,757; - churches, Address: S..D. A. Mission, Water-
10; members, 478. loo, Sierra Leone, West Africa.
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 159

Officers: Local Committee: J. Gronert, H.


Supt., J. Gronert. Rasmussen, T. Tranborg, H.
Sec.-Treas., Miss A. S. Nuka. Wilson, S. Q. Nicol.
Auditor, A. S. Nuka. Department Secretaries:
Executive Committee: J. Gro- Educational, H. Rasmussen.
nert, A. S. Nuka, E. Flammer, _Field Miss. and Sabbath Sch.,
K. Noltze, T. Tranborg, H. Ras- J. Gronert.
mussen. Home Miss: and Y. P. M.
Minister: J. Gronert. Miss A. S. Nuka.
Missionary Licentiate:
A. S. Nuka. Ministers:
Institutions: European: J. Gronert.
"Waterloo Trainina and Indus- African: H. E. A. Lynch, H.
trial School," Waterloo,
b Sierra Wilson, S. C. Nicol, N: S. Dur-
Leone. ing, M. S. Williams.
Liberian Mission School, Grand Licentiates:
Bassa, Liberia. D. B. Thomas, J. B. Terry, J. H.
Advent Publishing Assn., Water- Nicol.
loo, Sierra Leone.
Missionary Credentials:
European: T. Tranborg, Miss A.
NORTHERN LIBERIAN S. Nuka, H. Rasmussen.
MISSION African: J. S: Myers, S. K. Bel-
Entered 1931Organized 1933 ford, J. K. Williams, S. Sao,
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Gbanga, S. F. During, E. M. Kamanda,
District 2, c/o A. Woermann, J. Mbakpoh.
Monrovia, Liberia, West A- Missionary Licentiates:
rica. A. 0. Kennick, J. Vandi, A. S.
Officers: Turay, S. N. Wright.
Supt., K. Noltze.
Sec.-Treas., K. Noltze.
,Local Cominittee: J; Gronert, K.
Noltze; E. Flammer. SOUTHERN LIBERIAN
Licentiate: K. Noltze. MISSION
Missionary Credentiali
African: A. L. Camara. Entered 1927Organized 1933
Missionary Licentiate:
M. K. Davies. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Palm-
berg Station, c/o Maier 'and
Jiirgensmeyers, Grand Bassa,
SIERRA LEONE MISSION Liberia, West Africa.
Entered 1905 Officers:
Territory: Colony and Protector- Supt., E. Flammer.
ate of Sierra Leone. Sec. and Treas., E. Flammer.
Population, 1,550,000; churches, Local Committee: J. Gronert, E.
9:, members, 469. Flammer, K. Noltze.
Cable Address: Advent, Waterloo, Minister: E. Flammer.
Sierra' Leone. African: I. W. Harding,
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Water- Missionary Credential:
loo, Sierra Leone, West Africa. African: D. Scott.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Supt., J. Gronert. African: W. Helbig, J. J. Moge-
Sec.-Treas., Miss A.' S. Nuka. ray.
UPPER NILE UNION MISSION
Entered 1927; Reorganized 1933

Territory: Uganda Protectorate Field Miss., E. Kibuga.


and the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Sabbath School, Home Miss.,
Population: 10,157,000. and Y. P. M. V., F. H. Muder-
Cable and Telegraphic Address: spach.
Advent Kampala. Ministers:
Office Address: P. 0. Box 22, Kam- European: F. H. Muderspach.
pala, Uganda, East Africa. African: P. Risase.
Headquarters: Kireka Hill Mis- Licentiates:
sion, Mile 6 on Junja Road. European: V. Rasmussen.
African: S. Golola.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Supt., V. E. Toppenberg. Mrs. F. H. Muderspach, Mrs. V.
Sec., . Rasmussen.
Treas., Esther Range. African Teachers and Bible Work-
Executive Committee: V. E. ers: 11; Colporteurs: 6.
Toppenberg, F. H. Muderspach,
V. Rasmussen, E. R. Andersen. Nchwanga Mission Station
Department Secretaries: Established 1927
Educational, V. Rasmussen.
Sabbath School, Home Miss., and Postal Address: P. 0. Mubende,
Y. P. M. V., V. E. Toppenberg. Uganda, East Africa.
Publishing, A. W. Allen. Director: V. Rasmussen.
Office Translator: Ashe W. Mu- African Workers: 4.
soke.
Minister: V. E. Toppenberg. Kireka Mission Station
Missionary Licentiates: Established 1929
Mrs. V. E. Toppenberg, Esther
flange, Ashe W. Musoke. Postal Address: P. 0. Box 22,
Kampala, Uganda, East Africa.
Institution: Director: F. H. Muderspach.
Nchwanga Training School.
Principal, V. Rasmussen, P. 0. African Workers: 6.
Mubende, Uganda, East Africa.
EASTERN UGANDA MISSION
CENTRAL UGANDA MISSION Entered 1932
Entered 1927 Territory: Busoga, Budama, Bug-
Territory: The Kingdoms of Bu- were, Bugishu, and Teso Dis-
gandy, Bunyoro, and Toto. tricts.
Population: 1,190,026. Population: 1,169,001.
Postal. Address: P. 0. Box 22, Postal Address: P. 0. Box 49,
Kampala, Uganda, East Africa. Mbale, Uganda, East Africa.
Officer: Officer: Supt., E. R. Andersen.
Supt., F. H. Muderspach. Local Committee: E. R. Ander-
Local Committee: F. H. Muder- sen, V. E .Toppenberg, E. Rewe.
spach, V. E. Toppenberg, P. Department Secretaries:
Risase. Field Miss., E. Kibuga.
Department Secretaries: Sabbath School, Home Miss., and
Edu cational, -V. Rasmussen. Y. P. M. V., E. R. Andersen.
160
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 161

Licentiates: Kakoro Mission Station


European: E. R. Andersen. Established 1934
African: E. Rewe.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 49,
Missionary Licentiates: Mbale, Uganda, East Africa.
European: Mrs. E. R. Andersen. Director: E. R. Andersen.
African: 1. African Workers: 2.

WEST NORDIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1931.
(The former Scandinavian Union Copenhagen Publishing House,
Conference, organized in 1901, Suomisvej 5, Copenhagen, V.,
was in 1931 divided into an East Denmark.
Nordic and a West Nordic Scandinavian Publishing House,
Union.) Akersgaten 74, Oslo, Norway.
Territory: Denmark, Norway, Ice- Iceland S. D. A. Publishing
land, and the Faroe Islands. House, Box 262, Reykjavik,
Population: 6,489,656; churches, Iceland.
129; members, 6,444. Vejlefjord Mission School, Dau-
Cable Address: Adventunion, Oslo. gaard St., Denmark.
Office Address: Wm. Thranes gate Norway S. D. A. Mission School,
10, Oslo, Norway. Algarheim, Norway.
Officers: Skodsborg Sanitarium, Skods-
Pres., L. Muderspach. borg, Denmark.
Sec. and Treas., R. F. Jensen. Copenhagen Health Home (Fy-
Auditor, R. F. Jensen. sisk Kuranstalt), St. Kongens-
Executive Committee: L. Muder- gade 36-38, Copenhagen, Den-
spach, T. Tobiassen, 0. S. Lie, mark.
A. Varmer, E. Bjaances, 0. J. Oslo Health Home, Oslo, Nor-
Olsen, A. C. Christensen, A. An- way, Akersgaten 74.
dersen, M. D., C. M. Scott, H. M. Haugesund Treatment Rooms,
Johnson, P. G. Nelson, R. F. Breidablikgaten 97, Hauge-
Jensen.
Department Secretaries: sund, Norway.
Educational, H. M. Johnson. Copenhagen Food Factory, Bal-
Home Miss., Sabbath School, and dersgade 14, Copenhagen, Den-
Y. P. M. V., Karl Abrahamsen. mark.
Medical, C. M. Scott. The Nordic Philanthropic Society
Ministers: Organized 1897
L. Muderspach, P. G. Nelsen. Address: Skodsborg, Badesanato-
Honorary: M. M. Olsen, 0. J. O. rium, Skodsborg, Denmark.
Rost, Erik Arnesen. Legal Name: Nordisk illantropisk
Licentiate: Karl Abrahamsen. Selskab.
Missionary Licentiates: Trustees: L. H. Christian, Carl
A. C. Christensen, R. F. Jensen. Ottosen, L. Muderspach, G. A.
Institutions: Lindsay, Chr. Hansen, A. Ander-
The Nordic Philanthropic So- sen, E. Eriksen, C. M. Scott, V.
ciety, Skodsborg Badesanato- Sucksdorff, C. Gidliind, T. To-
rium, Skodsborg, Denmark. biassen, 0. L. Lie, H. M. John-
6
162 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

son, H. P. Panduro, Axel Johan- ICELAND-FAROES CON-


sen. FERENCE
Officers: Entered 1897; Organized 1930
President, L. H. Christian. Territory: Iceland and the Faroe
Vice-President, Carl Ottosen, Islands.
M. D. Population: 129,185; churches, 8;
Secretary, A. Andersen, M. D. members, 355.
Treasurer, Chr. Hansen. Address: Box 262, Reykjavik, Ice-
Auditors, Chr. Pedersen, R. F. land.
Jensen. Officers:
Pres., 'O. J. Olsen.
EAST DENMARK CONFERENCE Vice-Pres., 0. Frenning.
Sec. and Treas., M. Helgason.
Organized 1880; reorganized 1931. Auditor, The auditor of the
Territory: East Denmark. union.
Population: 1,575,040; churches, Executive Committee: 0. J. Ol-
23; members, 1,585. sen, 0. Frenning, M. Helgason,
Cable Address: Expedit, Copen- Loftur Sigurdsson, S. Hallgrims-
_ son, J. G. Jonsson.
hagen. Department ,Secretaries:
Office Address: Suomisvej 5, Cop- Field Miss.,
enhagen, V., Denmark. Home Miss., 0. Frenning.
Officers: Y. P. M. V. and Sabbath School,
Pres., T. Tobiassen. J. G. Jonsson.
Sec. and Treas., Alf Berg. Ministers:
Auditor, R. F. Jensen. 0. J. Olsen, 0. Frenning.
Executive Committee: T. To- Licentiates:
biassen, H. P. Panduro, 0. S. J. G. Palsson, M. Helgason, N. J.
Sorensen, Lauritis Poulsen, Hj. Videro.
Falck, G. E. Westman, H. Wes- Missionary Licentiate:
terlund. J. G. Jonsson.
Department Secretaries: Institutions:
Field Miss., 0. S. Sorensen. Iceland S. D. A. Publishing
Home Miss., Sabbath School, and House, Box 262, Reykjavik,
Y. P. M. V., Alf Berg. Iceland. -
Ministers: S. D. A. Church School, West-
T. Tobiassen, L. J. Kirkelokke, man Islands, Iceland.
L. Sceboc-Larsen, J. P. U. Jen- Teachers: Sigfus Hallgrimson,
sen, G. E. Westerman. Ester Olsen.
Licentiates:
E. W. Pedersen, I. W. Christian-
sen. NORTH NORWAY CONFER-
Missionary Licentiates: ENCE
Joh. M. Nielsen, 0. S. Sorensen,
Aage Jorgensen, Kathrine Hede- Organized 1929
mann, Thora Failgstad, Noomi Territory: North Norway.
Christiansen, Othilie Nielsen, Population: 769,220; churches,
Karl Petersen. 26; members, 866.
Church School Teachers: Office Address: Klostergate 35,
K. Frederiksen, Borge Rasmus- Trondheim, Norway.
sen, Erna Schou, Gudrun Han- Officers:
sen. Pres., E. Bjaanas.
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 163

Sec. and Treas.,' A. A. Andreas- vald Abrahamsen, Borghild Ful-


sen. sebakke, Ruth Behring, Mathilde
Auditor, R. F. Jensen. . Larsen, Ingeborg Londahl, Lou-
Executive Committee: E. Bjaa- ise Borge, Ruth Iversen.
nes, J. A. Tillgren, S. H. Mykle- Church School Teachers:
bust, Konrad Holm, Johannes
Larsen. Charles Wang, Lina Mordahl.
Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., Paul Frivold.
Home Miss., E. Bjaanas.
Sabbath Sch. and Y. P. M. V., WEST DENMARK CONFER-
A. A. Andreassen. ENCE
Ministers: Organized 1931.
E. Bjaanas, .J. A. Tillgren, E. Territory: West Denmark (Jyl-
Stinessen, 0. Udbjorg. land and Fyn).
Missionary Licentiates:
A. A. Andreassen, Mina Jacob- Population: 1,965,170; churches,
sen. 34; members, 1,422.
Office Address: Norre Alle 30, Aar-
hus, Denmark.
SOUTH NORWAY CONFER-
ENCE Officers:
Pres., A. Varmer.
Formerly a part of the Norway Sec. and Treas., Axel Rasmus-
Conference, organized in 1887; di- sen.
vided and reorganized in 1929. Auditor, R. F. Jensen.
Territory: South Norway. Executive Committee: A. Var-
Population: 2,009,742; churches, mer, A. Guldhammer, H. M.
38; members, 2,216. Johnsen, P. Norreen, Soren
Cable Address: " Sundlietsbladet," Christensen, J. M. Nielsen, Chr.
Oslo, Norway. Johansen.
Office: Akersgaten 74, Oslo, Nor-
way. Department' Secretaries:
Field Miss., 0. S. Sorensen.
Officers: Home Miss., Sabbath School, and
Pres., 0. S. Lie. Y. P. M. V., W. W. Hansen.
Sec. and Treas., Ragnvald Abra-
hamsen. Ministers:
Auditor, R. F. Jensen. A. Varmer, A. Guldhammer, H.
Executive Committee: 0. S. Lie, Muderspach, S. Broberg.
T. S. Valen, Paul Olsen, P. Licentiates:
Christiansen, 0. J. Olsen, Joh. H. M. Johnsen, W. W. Hansen,
Gudmundsen, G. Kittilsen. Togo Gommesen, Johs. Jensen,
Department Secretaries: Einar Nielsen, P. A. Christian-
Field Miss., Paul Frivold. sen.
Sabbath School, Y. P. M. V., and Missionary Licentiates:
Home Miss., R. T. Skyllstad. Thorvald Kristensen, Thomas
Ministers: Christensen.
0. S. Lie, Chr. Tobiassen, 0. J. Church School Teachers:
Olsen, L. J. Stene, 0. Jordahl, Cathinka Henriksen, Anna -Si-
T. S. Valen, R. J. Skyllstad. monsen; Dorthea Priistiin, Jo-
Licentiate: Paul Olsen. . hanne Wilhelmsen, Gerda Jor-
-Missionary Licentiates:
K. Norland, Olaf Wiik, Ragn-
gensen, Marie Schmidt, Grethe
Vest.
FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICAN
MISSION
Entered 193z; Reorganized 1933

Territory: That part of the French Upper Nile Union Training


Cameroons north of latitude 10, School, P. 0. Mubende, Uganda,
and the colony of French Equa- Africa.
torial Africa north of latitude 10. Vejlefjord Mission School, Daug-
Population: 2,840,050. aard St., Denmark.
Office Address: Poste Restante, Waterloo Training School, S. D.
Marwa, French Cam eroons, West A. Mission, Waterloo, Sierra
Africa. Leone, West Africa.
Officer: Church Schools:
Supt., R. Bergstrom.
Missionary Licentiates: British Union
R. Bergstrom, K. Johannessen. London-W., Stamford Brook Rd.,
Hammersmith, W. 6.
London, E. Grove Road, Wal-
INSTITUTIONS thamstowe, E. 17.
Educational: Plymouth, Fletewood, North
Agona Training School, Agona, Road, Plymouth, England.
Ashanti, Gold Coast, West Stanborough Park, Watford,
Africa. Herts, England.
Baltic Union School, Brivibas East Nordic Union
iela 11, Riga, Latvia.
Boys' Training School, P. 0. Box Stockholm,Tunnelgatan 25,
145, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. Stockhom, Sweden.
Finland S. D. A. Mission School, West Nordic Union
Annank.la, Piilacio, Fin- Aarhus Meninghedsskole, Nr.
land. Alle 30, Denmark.
Girls' Training School, P. 0. Box Copenhagen, Suomisvej 5, Copen-
145, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. hagen V., Denmark.
Ibadan Training School, Box 19, Esbjerg, Finlandsgade 28, Den-
Ibadan, Nigeria, West Africa. mark.
Kamagambo Training School, Frederikshavn, Salem, Haabats
Kamagambo, P. 0. Kisumu, Allee, Denmark.
Kisii, Kenya Colony, East Af- Gredstedbro, Denmark.
rica. Iceland, Westman Islands.
Liberian Mission School, Palm-
berg Station, c/o Maier and Jerslev pr Br6nderslev, Den-
Jurgensmeyers, Grand Bassa, mark.
Liberia, West Africa. Oslo, Kingosgate 1, Norway.
Newbold Missionary College, Skodsborg, Badesanatorieh, Den-
near Rugby, Warwickshire. mark.
Norway S. D. A. Mission School, Vejlefjord pr. Daugaard St. Den-
Algarheim, Norway. mark.
Polish Union Mission School,
Kamienica Na Slask 230, Po- Publishing:
land. Advent Press, Gendia P. 0. Ki-
Swedish Missionary School, Eke- sumu, Kenya Colony, East
byholm, Rimbo, Sweden. Africa.
164
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION. 165

British Publishing House, Stan- Dessie. Postal Address: Des-


borough Press Ltd., Stanbor- sie Wollo, Ethiopia.
ough Park, Watford, Herta, Zaudi
tu Memorial Sanitarium
England. and Hospital, Box 145, Addis
Copenhagen Publishing House, Abeba, Ethiopia.
Suomisvej 5, Copenhagen, V., Summer Sanitariums:
Denmark. Ekebyholm Summer Sanitarium,
Estonian Publishing House, Rimbo, Sweden.
Merepuiestee 14a, Tallinn, Es- Toivonlinna Summer Sanita-
tonia. rium, Piikkio, Finland.
Finland Publishing House, An- Treatment Rooms:
negatan 7, Helsingfors, Fin- Fysisk Kuranstalt, St. Kongens-
land. gade 36-38, Copenhagen, V.,
Iceland S. D. A. Publishing Denmark.
House, Box 262, Reykjavik, Haugesund Treatment Rooms,
Iceland. Breidablikgaten 97, Norway.
Latvian Publishing House, Brivi- Helsingfors, Finland, Hydro-
bas iela 11, Riga, Latvia. Elektric Institute, Annegatan 7.
Polish Publishing House, UI. Nyhyttan, Jarnboas, Sweden.
Turecka 1, Warsaw, Poland. Oslo Health Home, Akersgaten
Scandinavian Publishing House, 74, Oslo, Norway.
Akersgaten 74, Oslo, Norway. Stockholm, Sweden, Hydro-Elek-
Stockholm Publishing House, tric Institute, HumlegArds-
Tunnelgatan 25, Stockholm, gatan 18.
Sweden. Legal Associations:
Depositories: World Wide Advent Missions,
Advent Publishing Association, Limited, 41, Manor Gardens,
Sierra Leone, West Africa. Edgware, England.
Gold Coast, West Africa, S. D. A.
Mission, Box 45, Bekwai. Baltic Union
Lithuanian Depository, Tulpiu Estonian Building Department,
g-ve, 5 Kaunas, Lithuania. Merepuiestee 14a, Tallinn, Es-
Southeast Nigeria Depository, tonia.
S. D. A. Mission, Box 41, Aba, Riga Mission Property, Brivibas
Southern Nigeria, West Africa. iela 11, Riga, Latvia.
Southwest Nigeria Depository,
Post Office, Box 19; Ibadan, British Union
Nigeria, West Africa. British Advent Missions Ltd.,
Watford, Herts, England.
Sanitariums:
Granose Foods, Ltd., Stanbor-
Heile Selassie I Hospital, Debre ough Park, Watford, Harts,
Tabor, Ethiopia. England.
Hultafors Sanitarium, Hultafors,
Sweden. Good Health Assn., Ltd., Stan-
Kendu Hospital, Gendia, P. 0. borough Park, Watford, Harts,
Kisumu, Kenya Colony, East England.
Africa. Polish Union
Skodsborg Sanitarium, Skods- Building Assn., Warsaw, Gorska
borg, Denmark. 9, Poland.
Stanborough Park Sanitarium,
Stanborough Park, Watford, East Nordic Union
Herts, England. Finland Mission Property, Anne-
Taffarie Makonnen Hospital, gaten 5, Helsingfors, Finland.
166 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Sanningens Harold Assn. Tun- Oslo Church Property, Akersga-


nelgatan 25, Stockholm,' Swe- ten 74, Oslo, Norway.
den. Scandinavian Philanthropic Soc.,
Stockholm Mission Property, Skodsborg, Denmark.
Tunnelgatan 26, Stockholm,
Sweden. Food Companies:
West Nordic Union British Union
Granose Foods Limited (British
Aarhus Church Property, N5rre- Health Food Factory) Stan-
allee 30, Denmark. borough Park, Watford, Herts,
Bergen Church Property, Sigurds- England.
gaten 25, Bergen, Norway.
" Ebenezer," Suomisvej 5, Copen- West Nordic Union
hagen, V., Denmark. Copenhagen Food Factory.Bal-
Oslo S. D. A. Assn., Akersgaten dersgade 14, Copenhagen, L.,
74, Oslo, Norway. Denmark.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION
Organized 1916

Territory: The Austral and South Union Home Miss. Secretaries:


Brazil Union Conferences, and J. T. Thompson, G. F. Ruf, Bene-
the Inca and East Brazil Union dicto Silveira; Manoel Marga-
Missions3 rido.
Population: 73,289,321; churches, Publishing Department:
209; members, 24,862. Sec., J. A. P. Green.
Cable Address: " Division," Bue- General Members:
nos Aires. Western Union Code N. P. Neilsen, E. H. Wilcox, E.
Five-letter Edition or A B C, V. Moore, H. B. Westcott, W. E.
Fifth Edition. Murray.
Office Address: Calle Pino 3801, Managers of Publishing Houses:
Buenos Aires, Argentina, South M. V. Tucker, J. B. Johnson.
Ainerica. Union Field Miss. Secretaries:
Officers: M. Margarido, R. J. Roy, Bene-
Pres., N. P. Neilsen. dicto Silveira.
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, Roger, Editors:
Altman. M. I. Fayard, J. Berger Johnson,
Transportation Agent, P. H. Luiz Waldvogle.
Barnes. Sabbath School Department:
Executive Board: N. P. Neilsen, Sec., J. L. Brown.
Roger Altman, E. V. -Moore, Other Members:
E. H. Wilcox, W. 'E. Murray, G. F. Ruf, G. E. Hartman.
H. B. Westcott, J. L. Brown, Young People's Missionary Volun-
H. B. Lundquist, P. H. Barnes, teer Department:
J. A. P. Green. Secretary, H. B. Lundquist.
Educational Department: Other Members:
Sec., H. B. Lundquist. G. F. Ruf, Leon Replogle, J. D.
Hardt.
Other Members:
G. F. Ruf, J. D. Hardt, E. R. Laborers Holding Credentials From
Maas, Leon Replogle, J. M. How- the South American Division:
ell, J. H. Meier, C. H. Baker. Ministers:
N. P. Nielsen, J. L. Brown, H. B.
Home Missionary Department: Lundquist, Roger Altman, J, A.
Secretary, J. L. Brown. P. Green.
General Members: Missionary Licentiates:
N. P. Neilsen,: W. E. Murray, P. H. Barnes, Gmo. Everik, 'Ger-
E. V. Moore, -H. R. Westcott, trude Hansch, Otto Keppke, A.
E. H. Wilcox. E. Thoman.

AUSTRAL UNION CONFERENCE


Organized igo6

Territory: The Conferences of Cable Address: Adventist, Buenos


Buenos Aires, Chile, and Central Aires, South America.
Argentine; and the mission Telegraphic Address: "Austral,"
fi,elds of Magellan, Uruguay, Florida, (Bs. As.)
Cuyo, .and North. Telephone Number: Florida 236.
167
168 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Office Address: Calle Llavallol Officers:


3227, Florida, F. C. C. A., Buenos Director: W. A. Ernenputsch.
Aires, Argentina, South America. Sec. and Treas., H. P. Beskow.
population: 18,557,371; churches, Executive Committee: W. A.
88.; members, 6,228. Ernenputsch, Godofredo Block,
Officers: Jr., Niels Wensell, Santiago Kal-
Pres., W. E. Murray. bermatter, H. P. Beskow.
Sec. and Treas., G E Emmen- Department Secretaries:
egger. Book and Bible House, IL P.
Executive Committee: W. E. Beskow.
Murray, G. E. Emmenegger, Dr. Edu., Home Miss., and Y. P. M.
C. E. Westphal, J. T. Thompson, V., W. A. Ernenputsch.
M. V. Tucker, P. M. Brouchy, Field Miss., Santiago Kalber-
Walter Schubert, J. M. Howell, matter.
W. F. Miller, W. A. Ernenputsch, Sabbath School, H. P. Beskow.
G. B. Taylor, 0. H. Maxson. Ministers:
Department Secretaries: W. A. Ernenputsch, Godofredo
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Block, Jr., D. E. Dolinger, Jr.
Sabbath School, . Honorary: Mateo Leytes.
Field Miss., Licentiate: Niels Wensell.
Home Miss, J. T. Thompson. Missionary Licentiates:
Medical, Dr. C. E. Westphal. H. P. 13eskoW, Santiago Kalber-
Ministers: matter.
W. E. Murray, C. E. Westphal, Church School Teachers:
M. D., J. M. Howell, J. D. Liv- Samuel Brack, J. E. Sittner,
ingston, J. T. Thompson, H. J. Maria E. Tantin.
Westphal.
Licentiates:
G. E. Emmenegger, M. V. Tucker, BUENOS AIRES CONFERENCE
Marcelo Fay ward.
Missionary Licentiates: Organized 1921
0. H. Maxson, Freda Trefz, Dr. Territory: City of Buenos Aires,
G. B. Replogle, I. E. Mohr, 'W. G. Province of Buenos Aires, Ter-
Lawson, Segundo Ferri, P. C. ritories of La Pampa, Rio Negro,
Beskow, Ernesto Steger, Merce- Neuquen.
des C. de Papasian, Juan Zeval- Population: 5,735,494; churches,
los R., Braulio Perez, Julia E. de 10; members, 840.
Cairus, Mrs. H. J. Westphal. Office Address: Calle Uriarte 2429
(Plaza Italia), Buenos Aires,
ALTO PARANA MISSION Argentina, South America.
Organized 1906 Officers:
Pres., .
Territory: Paraguay, Provinces of Sec. and Treas., Ner Soto G.
Santiago del Estero, Tucuman, Executive Committee:
Salta, Jujuy and Corrientes, and Ner Soto G., Juan Ferri, M. I.
the Territories of Misiones, For- Fayard, Felipe Sittner, Emilio
mosa, Chaco, Los Andes, in Ar- Gmelin, Edgar Brooks.
gentina.
Department Secretaries:
Population: 2,358,961; churches, Book and Bible House, Ner Soto
13; members, 780. G.
Office Address: Carlos P'ellegrini Educational, .
1645, Corrientes, Argentina, Field Miss., Emilio Gmelin.
South America. Sabbath School, Ner Soto G.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 169

Y. P. M. V. and Home Miss., tor Aeschlimann, P. R. Tabuenca,


Felipe Sittner. V. L. Gambetta.
Ministers: Missionary Licentiates:
Felipe Sittner, Andres Ascione. Juan A. Bonjour, Andres Riffel.
Honorary: E. W. Thomann, A. Church School Teachers:
Buzugherian. Julia Roscher, Adela Dupertuis,
Licentiates: Mrs. Edith R. de Ernst, Silvia
D. A. Hammerly, Ner Soto G. Rettori, Lidia Kramer, Elisa S.
Honorary: Edgar Brooks. de Schmidt, Felisa G. de Perez,
Missionary Licentiates: Rosa Genanian, Elisa, Dreher,
Emilio Gmelin, Juan Ferri, To- Reinaldo Lust, Maria W. de
mas E. Saviano, Beatriz Biaggi, Bitched, Maria C. Schimpf, Dan-
Floridor Villarreal. iel Weiss (h), Lidia Schneider,
Church School Teachers: Ana Fuchs, Elena Dupertuis,
Alicia Bishop, Alda Cayrus, Ra- Maria Bishop, Ruth M. de Riffel,
quel Genanian, Aurora P. de Dina Mazza, Sara Vazquez, Ema
Podestd. Sailer.

CENTRAL ARGENTINE CON- CHILE CONFERENCE


FERENCE
Organized 1907
Organized 1921
Territory: Chile, South America,
Territory: Provinces of Entre Rios, (except Territory of Magellan).
Santa Fe, and COrdoba, Argen- Population: 4,249,532; churches,
tina. 31; members, 2,254.
Population: 3,263,900; churches, Cable Address: "Adventist," San-
22; members, 1,670. tiago, Chile, South America.
Telephone: Entreriano 10671, Pro- Post Office Address: Casilla 2830,
vincial 87.) Santiago, Chile, South America.
Office Address: Calle Cervantes Officers:
144, Parana, Entre Rios, Argen- Pres., L. D. Minner.
tina, South America. Sec. and Treas., J. A. Ayvazian.
Officers: Executive Committee: L. D. Min-
Pres., Walter Schubert. ner, J. A. Ayvazian, G. B. Tay-
Sec. and Treas., C. E. Krieghoff. lor, L. A. Rojas, Eliel Almonte,
Executive Committee: Walter P. E. Wensell, A. Aeschlimann.
Schubert, C. E. Krieghoff, Ra- Department Secretaries:
mon Isasi, 0. H. Masson, P. R. Book and Bible House, E. Arias.
Tabuenca, Daniel Weiss. Educational ,and Y. P. M. V.,
Department Secretaries: A. Aeschlimann.
Book and Bible House, C. E. Field Miss., P. E. Wensell.
Krieghoff. Home Miss. and Sabbath School,
Educational, Andres Riffel. Eliel Almonte.
Field Miss., P. R. Tabuenca. Medical, Mrs. 0. Minner.
Home Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Ministers: -
Andres Riffel. L. D. Minner, A. Betchin, L. A.
Sab. Sch., C. E. Krieghoff. Rojas, G. B. Taylor, C. H. Mayr,
Ministers: A. Aeschlimann, J. H. Meier.
Walter Schubert, C. E. Krieghoff. Honoraiy: V. E. Thomann.
Honorary: Ignacio Kalbermat- Licentiates:
ter, Camilo Gil. L. A. Griott, Eliel Almonte, E. T.
Licentiates: Block, R. Block, G. DruheAberg,
Enrique Weiss, Juan Riffel, Vic- S. Fayard.
170. SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Missionary Licentiates: Population: 103,000; churches, 1;


J. A. Ayvazian, E. Arias, Miss members, 32.
H. Vyhmeister, Mrs. C. liinner Office Address: Casilla Correo 446,
V. de B., Mrs. 0. Minner, W. Magallanes, Chile, South Amer-
Aeschlimann, G. Ernst, Mrs. J. ica.
H. Meier. Officers:
Honorary: F. Olavarria. Director, W. F. Miller.
Chillan Training School Teachers: Minister:
G. B. Taylor, G. Drachenberg, G. W. F. Miller.
Ernst, Miss S. Rode, W. Aeschli-
mann,Mrs. G. B. Taylor, Mrs. D.
de Drachenberg, Mrs. E. Ernst, URUGUAY MISSION
Mrs. Marfa Aeschlimann. Organized 1906
Church School Teachers: Territory: Uruguay Republic,
Mrs. E. P. Olivares, E. Torre- South America.
blanca, Mrs. Olga Mejias, Miss Population: 1,800,000; churches,
A. Arias, H. Dal Santo, B. Que- 7; members, 492.
zadas, Luis A. Rojas S, E. San- Cable and Telegraphic Address:
hueza, Jorge Mella, Pablo Mora, "Adventista," Montevideo.
T. Arenas. Office Address: Calle General Ur-
quiza 2744, Montevideo, Uru-
CUYO MISSION guay, South America.
Officers:
Territory: Provinces of Mendoza, Director, P. M. Brouchy.
La Rioja, Catamarca, San Juan, Sec. and Treas., D. J. Weiss.
and San Luis in Argentina. Executive Committee: P. M.
Population: 1,046,484; churches, 2; Brouchy, S. C. Weber, D. J.
members, 160. Weiss, Julio Ernst, Jos8 Cairus,
Office Address: Calle Arizu 895, Federico Mangold, N. Chaij.
Godoy Cruz, Mendoza, Argen- Department Secretaries:
tina, South America. Bk. and Bible Hse., D. J. Weiss.
Officers: Field Miss. and Home Miss.,
Director, W. E. Murray. N. Chaij.
Department Secretary: Sabbath School, D. J. Weiss.
Field Miss., Fernando Arriagada. Y. P. M. V., P. M. Brouchy.
Minister: Benjamin Bustos. Ministers:
Missionary Licentiate: P. M. Brouchy, S. C. Weber.
Fernando Arriagada. Honorary: Luis Ernst, Santiago
Mangold.
MAGELLAN MISSION Licentiate: Marcelo Pidoux.
Territory: Territories of Chubut, Missionary Licentiates:
Santa Cruz, Tierra de Fuego D. J. Weiss, Ida Beskow, N.
(Land of Fire) in Argentina, Chaij.
Territory of Magellan in Chile, Church School Teachers:
and the Falkland Islands. Alicia W. de Gerber, Luisa Frey.

EAST BRAZIL UNION MISSION


Organized 1919
Territory: State of . Minas Geraes, rito Santo, Bahia, Sergipe, Ala-
the Federal District and the goas, Pernambuco, Parahyba,
States of Rio de Janeiro, Espi- Rio Grande de Norte, Piauhy,
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 171

Ceara, Maranhao, Para, Am- Minister: L. B. Halliwell.


azonas, Territory of Acre. Missionary Licentiates:
Population: 28,691,950; churches, Manoel Pereira, Jessie Halliwell.
29; members, 3,158. Church School Teachers:
Cable Address: " Adventista," Zulmira Moraes, H. F. Tavares,
Rio de Janeiro. E. Eclache.
Postal and Office Address: Rua
Lopes Trovao 84, Nictheroy, Es-
tado do Rio, Brazil, South Amer-
NORTH EAST MISSION
ica. Telephone, 2372. Reorganized 1932
Officers: Territory: States of Bahia, Ser-
Supt., H. B. Westcott. gipe, Pernambuco, Alagoas, Pa-
Sec. and Treas., U. Wiesner. rahyba, Rio Grande do Norte.
Executive Committee: H. B. Population: 11,094,788; churches,
Westcott, U. Wissner, E. M. 6; members, 910.
Davis, Gustavo Storch, L. B. Hal- Telegraphic Address: Adventistas,
liwell, C. C. Schneider, Germano Recife.
Streithorst, J. D. Hardt, Bene- Office Address: Rua Gervasio Pires
dicto Silveira, E. R. Maas, J. B. 717, Recife, Brazil.
Johnson. Postal Address: Caixa Postal 378.
Legal Assn.: " Associadto da Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil, S.
Unifto Este Brasileira dos Ad- America.
ventistas do Setimo Die. Officers:
Department Secretaries: Director, Gustavo Storch.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Sec.-Treas., 0. M. Groeschel.
J. D. Hardt. Executive Committee: Gustavo
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Storch, 0. M. Groeschel, Jose
Benedieto Silveira. Seabra, Jose dos Passos, Oscar
Sabbath School, . Castellane.
Minister: H. B. Westcott. Department Secretaries:
Licentiates: Book and Bible House, 0. M.
Benedicto Silveira, J. D. Hardt. Groeschel.
Missionary Licentiates: Field Miss., Jose Seabra.
U. Wissner, Ernesto Ebinger, Home Miss. and Educational,
Myrtie B. Westcott, Elise K. Gustavo Storch.
Wissner, Elizabeth H. Hardt. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
0. M. Groechel.
LOWER AMAZONAS MISSION Ministers:.
Gustavo Storch, Jose R. dos
Established 1927 Passos.
Territory: Ceara, Piauhy, Maran- Licentiates:
hao, Park, Amazonas, Territory 0. Castellane, Theophilo Berger.
of Acre. Missionary Licentiates:
Population: 5,720,676; churches, 0. M. Groeschel, Jose Beabra,
1; members, 126. Jose Baracat.
Telegraphic Address: Adventistas, Church School Teacher:
Belem, Para. Noe Ramos.
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 658,
Belem, Pare, South America. RIO-ESPIRITO SANTO MISSION
Office Address: Rua Gaspar Vianna
120, Belem, Para. Established 1919
Officers: Territory: State of Espirito Santo
Director, L. B. Halliwell. and the northern part of the
See. and Treas., U. Wissner. State of Rio de Janeiro.
172 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Population: 1,203,086; churches, RIO-MINAS GERAES MISSION


12; members, 1,109. Established 1931
Telegraphic Address: Adventistas, Territory: The State of Minas
Victoria, Espirito Santo. Geraes, Federal District, and the
Office Address: Rua Graciano Ne- southern part of the state of
ves 46, Victoria, Estado do Es- Rio de Janeiro.
pirito Santo, Brazil, S. America. Population: 10,583,400; churches,
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 233, 10; members, 1,013. -
Victoria, Estado do Espirito Telegraphic Address: Adventistas,
Santo, Brazil, South America. Rio de Janeiro.
Office Address: Rua Parahyba 58,
Officers: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South
Director, Germano Streithorst. America, Telephone 8-7796.
Sec. and Treas., E. Langenstras- Postal Address: Caixa Postal 768,
sen. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South
Executive Committee: Germano America.
Streithorst, E. Langenstrassen, Officers:
Karl Kaltenhauser, Raul Cor- Director, E. M. Davis.
deiro de Araujo, Dr. Americo Sec. and Treas., U. Wissner.
Coelho. Executive Committee: E. M. Da-
Department Secretaries: vis, 'U. Wissner, Saturnino Men-
Book and Bible House, E. Lan- des de Oliveira, Luiz Braun, R.
genstrassen. Belz, Juan Meier, Daniel Feder.
Educational, Home Miss., and Department Secretaries:
Y. P. M. V., Germano Streit- Book and Bible House, U. Wiss-
horst. ner.
Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Sabbath School, E. Langenstras- J. D. Hardt.
sen. Field Miss., Saturnino Mendes
Ministers: de Oliveira.
Germano Streithorst, Karl Kal- Home Miss, E. M. Davis.
tenhauser. Sabbath School, U. Wissner.
Licentiates: Ministers:
Samuel Thomas, Jorge Hoyler. E. M. Davis, Luiz Braun, R. Bela.
Licentiates:
Missionary Licentiates: Deodoro Barbosa, Daniel Feder,
E. Langenstrassen, Raul Cor- J. Meier.
deiro de Araujo, Max Fuhrmann, Missionary Licentiates:
Loni Streithorst. E. M. Hermanson, Saturnino
Church School Teachers: Mendes de Oliveira, Isaura Pie-
Alberto Kndpfer, Manoel Ost, xoto, Ida Davis.
Philonilla AssumpcAo, Emilio Church School Teachers:
Storch, Elza Gutzeit, Josd Mo- Elisa Salse, Noemia Buehler,
res, W. Reissner. Regina S. Cardoso, Nahir Cunha.

INCA UNION MISSION


Organized 1914
Territory: The Bolivia, Ecuador, Cable Address: " Incaunion," Lima,
Lake Titicaca, Peru, and Ama- Peru.
zon Missions.
Population: 12,000,000; churches, Office Address: 891 Avda. Cowan-
39; members, 9,760. dente Espinar, con Angamos,
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 173

Miraflores, Lima, Pert, South Department Secretaries:


America. Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Postal Address: Casilla 1003, Lima, . .
Peru, South America. Publishing and Home Miss, Rattl
Officers: Chavez.
Supt., E. V. Moore. Sabbath School, Mrs. Anna Stahl.
Sec. and Treas., H. M. Colburn. Minister:
Cashier, R. V. Leon. F. A. Stahl.
Executive Committee: E. V. Missionary Licentiates:
Moore, H. M. Colburn, G. F. Ruf, Bernabe Chavez, J. P. Ramos,
R. J. Roy, F. A. Stahl, F. E. R. V. Pacho, Raid Chavez, Mrs.
Bresee, J. D. Replogle, Jacob F. A. Stahl, Wallace Stahl, Mrs.
Wagner, Francisco Brouchy. . Wallace Stahl.
Department Secretaries:
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and
Sabbath School, G. F. Ruf. BOLIVIA MISSION
Field and Home Miss., R. J. Roy.
Ministers: Established 1907
E. V. Moore, R. J. Roy, 0. F. Territory: Republic of Bolivia,
Ruf. South America.
Missionary Licentiates: Churches: 10; members, 2,815.
H. M. Colburn, Mrs. H. M. Col- Telegraphic Address: " Adven-
burn, R. V. Left, H. V. Espino, tista," La Paz, Bolivia.
Mrs. E. V. Moore, Mrs. R. J. Postal Address: Casille, 355, La
Roy, Mrs. 0. F. Rut. Paz, BoliVia, South America.
Office Address: Calle Belisario-Sa-
linas 280.
Tingo Rest Home: Officers:
Administrator: J. Wiedermann. Director, J. D. Replogle.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Sec. and Treas., S. R. Loomis.
" Adventista," Tingo, Peru. Executive Committee: J. D. Re-
Postal Address: Casilla 252, Are- plogle, G. E. Stacey, Dr. J. W.
quipa, Peru, South America. Taylor, H. C. Morton, S. R.
Loomis.
Department Secretaries:
AMAZON. MISSION OF PERU Field Miss., .
Organized 1927 Home Miss., J. D. Replogle.
Sabbath School, Educational, and
Territory: The Departments of Y. P. M. V., G. E. Stacey.
Loreto, and that part of the Ministers:
Department of Huttnuco east of J. D. Replogle, G. E. Stacey.
the Huallaga River. Licentiates:
Churches: 3; members, 497. I. Chuquimia, H. C. Morton, F.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Chuquimia.
" Adventista," Iquitos, Peru. Missionary Licentiates:
Postal Address: Casilla 240, Iqui- S. R. Loomis, Dr. J. W. Taylor,
tos, Peru, South America. Mrs. J. W. Taylor, Mrs. H. C.
Officers: Morton, NI. E. Aguilar, Mrs. J.
Director, F. A. Stahl. D. Replogle, Mrs. 0. E. Stacey,
Sec. and Treas., H. M. Colburn. Mrs. S. R. Loomis, M. Urbina,
Executive Committee: F. A. I. Mamani, A. Bellido, Mrs. NI.
Stahl, H. M. Colburn, Rat' Cha- E. Aguilar, Mrs. A. Bellido, M.
vez, 13erria be Chavez. Cal pa .
174 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

ECUADOR MISSION Ministers:


J. Wagner, A. E. Sosa.
Established 1906 Licentiates:
Territory: Republic of Ecuador, R. A. Hayden, W. C. Goransson,
South America. 0. Krause, B. Larsen, Luciano
Churches: 3; members, 121. Chambe, Santiago Condori, Sam-
Cable Address: "Adventista," Gua- uel Condori, Marcelino Ccama..
yaquil. Missionary Licentiates:
Postal Address: Casilla 1141, Gua- S. Alberro, S. Weiss, Dr. R. R.
yaquil, Ecuador, South America. Reed, F. G. Ruiz, A. J. Alva, M.
Officers: Le6n, J. M. Linares, Jul. Lanque,
Director, Francisco Brouchy. C. Cacallaca, M. Chavarrfa, Fe-
Sec. and Treas., H. M. Colburn. lipe Chambilla, C. Diaz, Mrs. J.
Executive Committee: Fran- Wagner, Mrs. S. Alberro, Mrs.
cisco Brouchy, H. M. Colburn, R. A. Hayden, Mrs. Wm. Gorans-
Julio Espinosa. son, Mrs. 0. Krause, Mrs. S.
Department Secretaries: Weiss, Mrs. B. Larsen, Mrs. R.
Field Miss. and Home Miss., R. Reed, Mrs. A. J. Alva, J. C.
Alfredo Marin. Ruskjer, Mrs. J. C. Ruskjer.
Minister: Francisco Brouchy.
Licentiates: PERUVIAN MISSION
R. Redin, J. Espinosa.
Missionary Licentiates: Established 1906
Mrs. F. Brouchy, A. Marin, Mrs. Territory: Republic of Peru, ex-
A. Marin, C. Freile. cepting the Departments making
up the Lake Titicaca and Ama-
zon Missions.
Churches: 11; members, 1,332.
LAKE TITICACA MISSION Cable and Telegraphic Address:
Established 1916 " Adventista," Lima, Peru.
Office Address: Calle Colina 254,
Territory: Departments of Puno, Miraflores, Lima, Peru.
Cuzco, Arqquipa, Moquegua, Tac- Postal Address: Casilla 1002, Lima,
na and Madre de Dios en Peru. Peru, South America.
Churches: 12; members, 4,995. Officers:
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Director, F. E. Bresee.
" Adventista," Puno, Peru. . Sec. and Treas., B. L. Thompson.
Office Address: Calle Lima No. 21, Executive Committee: F. E.
Puno, Peru. Bresee, B. L. Thompson, A. H.
Officers: Field, Wm. Schaeffler, C. Caste-
Director, Jacob Wagner. llano.
Sec. and Treas., S. Alberro. Department Secretaries:
Executive Committee: J. Wag- Book and Bible House, B. L.
ner, S. Alberro, R. A. Hayden, Thompson.
Dr. R. R. Reed, Wm. Goransson, Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
0. Krause. A. H. Field.
Department Secretaries: Field Miss., Carlos Castellano.
Bk. and Bible House, S. Alberro. Home Miss., A. H. Field.
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Sabbath School, A. H. Field.
Home Miss., R. A. Hayden. Ministers:
Sabbath School, S. Alberro. F. E. Bresee, G. D. Klatt, J.
Field Miss., C. Diaz. P]enc, A. H. Field, C. D. Chris:
Medical, Dr. R. R. Reed. tensen.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 175

Honorary: P. Kalbermatter. F. Cummins, Jenaro Moran, A.


Licentiate: Wm. Schaeffler. A. Alva, Mrs. J. F. Cummins,
Mrs. G. D. Klatt, Mrs. A. H.
Missionary Licentiates: Field, Mrs. Wm. Schaeffler, Mrs.
B. L. Thompson, Mrs. B. L. F. E. Bresee, P. P. Lam, Mrs. J.
Thompson, Carlos Castellano, J. Plenc, Mrs. C. D. Christensen.

SOUTH BRAZIL UNION CONFERENCE


Organized rsin
Territory: The Conferences of Rio Licentiates:
Grande do Sul and Sao Paulo, Leon Replogle, E. R. Maas.
and the mission fields of Parana Missionary Licentiates:
Santa Catharina, Matto Grosso, G. E. Hartman, Alice Zorub,
Goyaz and Araguaya. Mrs. E. H. Wilcox, Mrs. G. E.
Population: 14,040,000; churches, Hartman, Mrs. L. Replogle, Au-
53; members, 5,716. gusto Pages, H. B. Fisher, Luiz
Cable Addrass: "Adventista," Sao Waldvogel, Mrs. J. B. Johnson,
Paulo, Brazil. Mrs. H. B. Fisher, Mrs. A. Pages,
Telegraphic Address: "Uniao," Sao C. A. Rentfro, Adolpho Bergold,
Paulo. Mrs. E. R. Maas, Mrs. C. A.
Telephone: 7-3122. Rentfro, Maria Baar.
Office Address: Avenidia dos Ca-
hetes 30, Bairro Indianopolis,
Sao Paulo, Brazil, South Amer- ARAGUAYA INDIAN MISSION
ica. (Do not send mail here.) Established 1928
Post Office Address: Caixa Postal
2898, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South Territory: The territory adjacent
America. to the Araguaya River and its
Officers: tributaries in the State of Goias.
Pres., E. H. Wilcox. Churches: 2; members, 58.
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, G. E. Postal Address: Santa Leopoldina,
Hartman. Goyaz, Brazil, South America.
Executive Committee: E. H. Officer:
Wilcox, G. E. Hartman, Leon Director, E. H. Wilcox.
Replogle, Manoel Margarido, J. Church School Teachers:
H. Boehm, A. E. Hagen, H. G. Juvencio Dec61, Antonio Pereira.
Stoehr, J. B. Johnson, E. R.
Maas.
Legal Assn.: "Associacilo dos GOYAZ MISSION
Adventistas do Setimo Dia no Established 1927
Brasil." Territory: The State of Goyaz,
Department Secretaries: Braiil, South- America.
Field Miss., Manoel Margarido. Population: 730,000; churches, 1;
Home Miss., Manoel Margarido. members, 18.
Educational and Y. P. M. V.; Postal Address: Caixa Postal,
Leon Replogle. 2898, Silo Paulo, Brazil, South
Sabbath School, G. E. Hartman. America.
Ministers: Officer:
E. H. Wilcox, Manoel Margarido. Director, E. H. Wilcox.
Honorary: F. W. Spies, J. B. Minister:
Johnson, Domingos Peixoto. A. N. Allen.
176 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

MATTO GROSSO MISSION Ministers:


Established 1921 J. H. Boehm, A. L. Westphal,
J. G. Garcia.
Territory: The State of Matto Honorary: H. F. Graf, Jose A.
Grosso, Brazil. dos Reis.
Population: 400,000; churches, 1; Licentiate: Ernesto Roth.
members, 54. Missionary Licentiates:
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 2898, Santiago Schmidt, Emilio Doeh-
Sao Paula, Brazil, South Amer- nert, Catharina Grabby, Sieg-
ica. fried Kuempel, Mrs. A. L. West-
Officer: phal, Mrs. J. H. Boehm, Mrs.
Director, E. H. Wilcox. Martha W. Schmidt, Mrs. Anna
Licentiate: A. L. Meier. K. Garcia, Mrs. Cecilia Kuempel.
Church School Teachers:
Godofredo Ludwig, Joao R. dos
RIO GRANDE DO SUL Passos, Henrique Knoener, Ber-
CONFERENCE nardo Buchholtz, Lucy Sceffel,
Organized 1906 Emilio Keppke.
Territory: The State of Rio Grande
do Sul, Brazil, South America.
Population: 4,000,000; churches, PARANA-SANTA CATHARINA
25; members, 1,670. MISSION
Telegraphic Address: "Adventista," Reorganized 1927
Porto Alegre, R. G. do Sul,
Brazil. Territory: States of Parana and
Office Address: Rua General Vic- Santa Catharina.
torino, No. 77, Porto Alegre, Rio Population: 1,910,000; churches,
Grande do Sul, Brazil, South 17; members, 1,850.
America. Telegraphic Address: "Adven-
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 106, tista," Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, .Office Address: Rua Dr. Ermelino
Brazil, South America. de Lea, Curityba, Parana, Bra-
Officers: zil, South America. Do not send
Pres., J. H. Boehm. mail here.)
Sec. and Treas., Santiago Postal Address: Caixa Postal H,
Schmidt. Curitiba, Parana, Brazil, South
Executive Committee: J. H. America.
Boehm, Santiago Schmidt, Emi-. Officers:
lio Doehnert, J. G. Garcia, A. L. Director, H. G. Stoehr.
Westphal, Jorge Krueger, Otto Sec. and Treas., Guilherme Ebin-
Bergold. ger.
Legal Assn., " Associacflo dos Executive Committee: H. G.
Adventistas do Setimo Dia no Stoehr, Guilherme Ebinger, J. M.
Rio Grande do Sul." Zeroth, Querino Dau, Roberto
Department Secretaries: M. Rabello, Manoel Kuempel.
Book and Bible House, Santiago Department Secretaries:
Schmidt. Book and Bible House, Guil-
Educational and Y. P. M. V., herme Ebinger.
Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Field Missionary, Emilio Doeh- Querino Dau.
nert. Field Miss., J. M. Zeroth.
Home Miss., J. H. Boehm. Home Miss., H. (1. Stoehr.
Sabbath School, Santiago Schmidt. Sab. Sch., Guilherme Ebinger.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 177

Minister: H. G. Stoehr. Religious Liberty, A. E. Hagen.


Honorary: Manoel Kuempel, F. Y. P. M. V. and Home Miss.,
R. Kuempel. Germano G. Ritter.
Licentiates: Ministers:
Roberto M. Rabello, Quer ino A. E. Hagen, R. J. Wilfarth.
Dau, Nelson Schwantes. Licentiates:
Missionary Licentiates: Germano G. Ritter, Siegfried
G. F. Flinger, Elias M. Castilho, Hoffman.
E. R. Azevedo, J. M. Zeroth, Mrs. Honorary: Francisco Belz, Ger-
H. G. Stoehr, Mrs. J. M. Zeroth. mano Conrad.
Church School Teachers: Missionary Licentiates:
Conrad() Stoehr, Maria D. Paula, W. W. Stoehr, Joilo. S. Linhares,
Paulo P. Touzdjian, Herbert Manoel Soares Coelho, Bernardo
Hoffmann, Martha Boekenicamp. Schunemann, Iracema Zorub,
'Olinda Belchior, Martha M. Fer-
reira, Anna Dias de Campos.
SAO PAULO CONFERENCE Church School Teacher:
Ottilia F. da Silva, Yolanda Ma-
Organized 1922 luf, Maria Zorub.
Territory: The State of Sao Paulo
and the Southwest corner of the
State of Minas Geraes, Brazil, INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTH
South America. AMERICAN DIVISION
Population: 7,000,000; churches,
7; members, 2,066. Educational:
Telegraphic Address: " Advent- Colegio Adventists del Plata,
ista," Silo Paulo, Brazil. Puiggari, F. C. E., Entre Rios,
Telephone: 7-12-71. Argentina, South America.
Office Address: Rua Tagua, No. 16, (River Plate Junior College.)
Sao Paulo, Brazil, South Amer- Colegio Adventista del Titicaca.,
ica. (Do .not send mail here.) Casilla 4, Juliaca, Peru, South
Postal Address: Caixa Postal, 1830, America.
Silo Paulo, Brazil, South Amer- Colegio Industrial Adventista,
ica. Casilla 7D, Chillan, Chile,
Officers: South America.
Pres., A. E. Hagen. Collegio Adventista, Santo Ama-
Sec. and Treas., Germano G. ro, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South
Ritter. America.
Auditor, G. E. Hartman. Instituto Industrial, Casilla 2102,
Executive Committee: A. E. Ha- Lima, Peru, South America.
gen, Germano 0. Ritter, R. J. Instituto Industrial Boliviano
Wilfarth, Siegfried Hoffmann, Adventista, Casilla 82, Cocha-
Manoel Margarido, Liborio Klein, bamba, Bolivia, South Amer-
(the seventh member to be ica.
elected). Publishing:
Department Secretaries: Casa Editoria Sud-Americana,
Book and Bible House, Germano Florida, F. C. C. A., Buenos.
G. Ritter. Aires, Argentina, South Amer-
Educational and Sabbath School, ica.
A. E. Hagen. Casa Publicadora Brasileira, Ca-
Field Miss., Manoel Margarido. ixa 34, Santo Andre, S. P. R.,
Asst. Field Miss., Manoel Soares Sao Paulo, Brazil, South
Coelho. America.
178 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Sanitarium and Hospital: Clinica Americana, Casilla 22,


Sanatorio Adventists del Plata, Juliaca, Peru, South America.
Puiggari, F. C. E. R., Entre Hospital General de Chulumani,
Rios, Argentina, South Amer- Chulumani, Bolivia, , South
ica. America.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION
Organized 1920
Territory: The Union of South Slate; Secretary, A. F. Tarr;
Africa, Basutoland, Swaziland, Treasurer, A. E. Nelson.
British Bechuanaland, South- Department Secretaries:
west Africa, Portuguese East Educational, L. L. Moffitt.
Africa, Portuguese Congo, Bel- Home Miss. and Publishing,
gian Congo, Angola, Ruanda, F. E. Potter.
Urundi, Nyasaland, British Be- Medical, A. N. Tonge, M. D., L.
chuanaland Protectorate, North- R. C. P., and S.
ern Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia. Religious Lib., J. I. Robison.
Area: 3,265,980 square miles. Sabbath School, L. L. Moffitt.
Population: European, 2,035,535; Y. P. M. V., Milton Robison.
native 42,788,908; colored, 595,- Ministers: J. F. Wright, A. E. Nel-
759. son, W. H. Anderson, J. I. Robi-
Churches: White, 39; membership, son, M. P. Robison, A. V. Ed-
2,778. Colored churches,10; mem- wards, Dr. A. N. Tonge, J. V.
bership, 422. Native churches, Wilson, A. F. Tarr.
106; membership, 19,566. Be- Licentiates:
lievers not baptized, 22,074; G. E. Shankel, C. C. Marais,
total believers, 44,840. F. E. Potter.
Telegraphic and Cable Address: Missionary Licentiates:
" Adventist," Claremont, Cape. J. G. Slate, J. N. Krum, F. Visser,
Jnr., S. Sparrow, C. H. Bell, W.
Office Address: Grove Avenue, F. Tarr, P. van Eck, Edward
Claremont, Cape Province, South Tarr, Mrs. J. F. Wright, Mrs.
Africa. A. E. Nelson, Mrs. J. I. Robi-
Officers: son, Mrs. A. F. Tarr, Mrs. F. E.
Pres., J. F. Wright. Potter, Mrs. A. N. Tonge, Mrs.
Sec., Milton Robison. J. G. Slate, Mrs. J. N. Krum,
Treas. and Auditor, A. E. Nelson. Mrs. C. C. Marias, Mrs. G. E.
Executive Committee: J. F. Shankel, Mrs. M. P. Robison,
Wright, A. F. Tarr,A. E. Nel- Mrs. A. V. Edwards, Mrs. W. F.
son, E. C. Boger, . W. Curtis, Tarr, Mrs. J. V. Wilson,Mrs.
J. I. Robison, J. G, Slate, N. C. W. H. Anderson, Mrs.ard dw
Wilson, F. E. Potter, Milton Tarr, Miss E. Hinterleitner,
Robison, C. W. Bozarth, A. N. Miss A. Armer, Miss J. D. era-
Tonge, M. D., S. G. Hiten, Dr. mond, Miss G. Stevenson, Miss
W. H. Haupt, H. M. Sparrow, L. M. Kleinert, Miss B. Webb,
W. H. Anderson. Miss H. M. Hyatt, Miss A. Vis-
Legal Association: Seventh-day ser, Miss Y. de Gourville, Mrs.
Adventist Community of Africa L. W. Finn, Mrs. M. Botes, Miss
(Incorporated); President, J. F. M. D. Ingle.
Wright; Vice-President, J. G. Honorary, Mrs. W. B. Commin.

_ANGOLA UNION MISSION


Organized 1925

Territory: Angola, Portuguese Area: 480,000 square miles.


West Africa, Portuguese Congo. Population: 8,117,000.
179
180 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Churches: S; members, 611, includ- Village Schools: 18.


ing IS Europeans and 653 na- Native Teachers: 18.
tives.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Luz Mission Station
" Adventista," Nova Lisboa, An- Postal Address: Missao de Luz,
gola. Caixa Postale, No. 33, Vila Luzo,
Postal Address: Angola Union Distrito de Moxico, Angola,
Mission of Seventh-day Advent- Portuguese West Africa.
ists, Caixa Postale No. 3, Nova Director: J. D. Baker.
Lisboa, Distrito de Benguela, Minister: J. D. Baker.
Angola, Portuguese West Africa. Missionary Licentiate:
Officers: Mrs. 3. D. Baker.
Supt., C. W. Curtis. Nurse: Mrs, J. D. Baker.
Sec. and Treas., Peter Stevenson. Village Schools: 4.
Executive Committee: C. W. Native Teachers: 5.
Curtis, Peter Stevenson, J. D.
Baker, 0. 0. Bredenkamp, E. A. Luccusse Mission Station
Buckley, Dr. R. B. Parsons, 0. I.
Fields. Postal Address: Caixa Postal No.
Department Secretaries: 34, Vila Lazo,' Angola, Portu-
Educational, 0. I. Fields. guese West Africa.
Sabbath School, Mrs. R. B. Par- Director: 0. 0. Bredenkamp.
sons. Minister: 0. 0. Bredenkamp.
Y. P. M. V., C. W. Curtis. Missionary Licentiate:
Medical, Dr. R. B. Parsons. Mrs. 0. 0. Bredenkamp.
Minister: C. W. Curtis. Village Schools: 2.
Missionary Licentiates: Native Teachers: 2.
Peter Stevenson, Mrs. Peter
Stevenson, Mrs. C. W. Curtis. Namba Mission Station
Postal Address: Care Paul Koster,
Bongo Mission Station Luimbale, Angola, Portuguese
West Africa.
Address: Missao Adventista, Lepi, Director: .
Angola, Portuguese West Africa. Village Schools: 2.
Officers: Native Teachers 2.
Director, 0. I. Fields. Native Evangelists: I.
Doctor, Dr. R. B. Parsons.
Nurse, Miss R. Johnson. Cuale Mission Station
Teachers: 0. I. Fields, Mrs. 0. I.
Fields, Joao Gnutzmann, Miss Postal Address: Duque de Bra-
R. Visser, 2 native teachers. ganca, Districto do Malange,
Licentiates: Angola, Portuguese West Africa.
Dr. R. B. Parsons, 0. I. Fields, Director: E. A. Buckley.
J. Gnutzmanm Licentiate: E. A. Buckley.
Missionary Licentiates: Missionary Licentiate:
Mrs. R. B. Parsons, Mrs. 0. I. Mrs. E. A. Buckley.
Fields, Mrs. J. Gnutzmann, Miss Village School: 1.
R. Visser, Miss R. Johnson. Native Teacher: 1.

CONGO UNION MISSION -


-Organized 1925
Territory: Congo Beige, except the ern Congo Mission Field; Ru-
territory comprising the South- anda, Urundi.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 181

Area: 909,654 square miles. Ministers:


Population: White, 10,037; native, R. L. Jones, W. R. Vail, Joseph
20,000,000. Malinki, Mose, Eleazar, Desert,
Churches: 12; members, 2,173. Daniel.
Total adherents, 9,527. Missionary Licentiates:
Telegraphic and Cable Address: Mrs. R. L. Jones, Mrs. W. R.
"Adventist," Usumbura. Vail, A. Siepman, Mrs. A. Siep-
Postal Address: Gitwe, Ruanda, man.
via Usumbura, Belgian East Af- Faculty: R. L. Jones, Principal;
rica (Correspondence from Eu- Mrs. R. L. Jones, W. R. Vail,
rope or America should be sent A. Siepman, Desert Nkolokosa,
via Dar-es-Salaam, East Africa). Joseph Malinki, Samuel Kare-
Officers: kezi.
Supt., C. W. Bozarth. Village Schools: 37.
Sec. and Treas., M. Duplouy. Native Teachers: 47.
Executive Committee: C. W. Bo-
zarth, M. Doplouy, W. R. Vail, Rwankeri Mission Station
H. Monnier, R. P. Robinson, R. Established 1922
L. Jones.
Department Secretaries: Postal Address: Kigali, Ruanda,
Educational, W. R. Vail. Africa.
Sabbath School, M. Duplouy. Director: H. Monnier.
Y. P. M. V., C. W. Bozarth. School Director: H. J. Moolman.
Legal Organization for Congo Minister: H. Monnier.
Beige: The Congo Union Mis- Licentiate: H. J. Moolman.
sion of Seventh-day Adventists. Missionary Licentiates:
Legal Representative for Congo Mrs. H. Monnier, Mrs. H. J.
Beige: C. W. Bozarth. Moolman.
Suppleant: D. E. Delhove, 0. U. Village Schools: 33.
Giddings. Native Teachers: 51.
'
Legal Organization for Uranda
Urundi: Mission Evangelique des Buganda Mission
Adventistes du Septieme Jour.
Legal Representative for Uranda Postal Address: P. 0. Usumbura,
Urundi: C. W. Bozarth. Urundi, Africa.
Suppleant: H. Monnier, A. Mat- Director: Valentine Davies.
ter. Licentiate: Valentine Davies.
Minister: C. W. Bozarth. Missionary Licentiate: Mrs. Valen-
Licentiate: Maxime Duplouy. tine Davies.
Missionary Licentiates: Village Schools: 11.
Mrs. C. W. Bozarth, Mrs. M. Native Teachers: 12.
Duplouy.
Ngoma Medical Mission Station
Gitwe Mission Station Established 1931
(Seminaire Adventiste) Postal Address.: Gitwe, Ruanda,
Established 1921 Usumbura, Urundi, Congo Beige.
Director: A. Matter.
Postal Address: Via Usumbura, Medical Supt., Gordon Beckner,
Urundi, Belgian East Africa, M. D.
Director: R. L. Jones. Nurses: Miss M. Matter, Miss F.
Head Master: W. R. Vail. Spillman.
Nurse: Mrs. M. Duplouy. Minister: A. Matter,
182 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Missionary Licentiates: Kikamba Mission Station


Mrs. A. Matter, Dr. Gordon Established 1924
Beckner, Mrs. G. Beckner, Miss
M. Matter, Miss F. Spillman. Postal Address: Boite Postal 3,
Village Schools: 6. Kongolo, Belgian Congo, Central
Native Teachers: 7. Africa.
Director: 'Samuel Mulomba.
Village Schools: 2.
Native Teachers: 3.
Kirundu Mission Station
Postal Address: Kirundu, via
Kindu, Province Orientale, Congo Bikobo Hill Mission Station
Beige," Central Africa. Established 1930
Director: V. C. Norcott. Postal Address: Boite Postal 3,
Nurse: Mrs. V. C. Norcott. Kongolo, Belgian Congo, Central
Licentiate: V. C. Norcott. Africa.
Missionary Licentiate: Director: R. P. Robinson.
Mrs. V. C. Norcott. Minister: R. P. Robinson.
Native Licentiate. 1. Missionary Licentiate:
Village Schools: 4. Mrs. R. P. Robinson.
Native Teachers: 5. Village Schools: 4.
European Nurse: 1. Native Teachers: 6.

SOUTH AFRICAN UNION


CONFERENCE
Organized x902

Territory: The Union of South Postal Address: P. 0. Box 468,


Africa, Bechuanaland Protector- Bloemfontein, Orange Free State,
ate, Southwest Africa, Basuto- South Africa.
land, Swaziland, and that por- Officers:
tion of Portuguese East Africa, Pres., A. F. Tarr.
lying South of Latitude 220, Sec., Treas., and Auditor, J. E.
comprising the South African Symons.
Conference, the Cape Field of Executive Committee: A. F. Tarr,
Seventh-day Adventists, the J. E. Symons, L. L. Moffitt,
South African Mission Field and E. D. Hanson, L. A .Vixie, F.
the Bechuanaland Mission Field. G. Clifford, A. W. Staples, J. R.
Area: 1,189,031 square miles. Campbell, L. S. Billes, S. G.
Population: White, 1,870,651; na- Hiten, Dr. H. G. Hankins, J. van
tive and Asiatic, 7,639,534; col- de Merwe, Principal Spion Kop
ored, 591,450. Missionary Institution, Princi-
Churches: White, 36; membership, pal Helderberg College, Principal
2,552; Colored, 10; membership, Good Hope Training School.
422; Native, 37; membership, Legal Assn.: Seventh-day Ad-
1,859. Total churches, 83; total ventist Community of Africa
membership, 4,833. (Incorporated).
Telegraphic Address: " Adventist," Department Secretaries:
Bloemfontein. Educational: E. D. Hanson.
Office Address: Bloemfontein, 0. Home Miss. and Sabbath School,
F. S., South Africa. F. G. Clifford.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 183

Field Miss., L. A. Vixie. Officers:


Medical, Dr. H. G. Hankins. Pres., A. F. Tarr.
Religious Lib., N. C. Wilson. Sec.-Treas., P. W. Willmore.
Miss. Volunteer, A. W. Staples. Executive Committee: A. F. Tarr,
P. W. Willmore W. H. Hurlow,
Ministers:
E. D. Hanson, J. E. Symons, F. J. J. Birkenstock, A. C. Le Butt,
G. Clifford, A. W. Staples. J. H. Raubenheimer, N. F. Jeffes,
Honorary: J. C. Rogers, W. C. Q. H. Jubber, F. Synman, Dr.
Walston, G .W. Shone, Dr. W. H. B. V. Ingle, W. L. Hyatt.
Haupt. Department Secretaries:
Licentiates: Educational, E. D. Hanson.
R. E. Ansley, R. A. Buckley. Field Miss., L. A. Vixie.
Home Miss., F. G. Clifford.
Missionary Licentiates: Medical, W. H. Hurlow.
Mrs. J. E. Symons, Mrs. E. D. Religious Book Depot., Miss P.
Hanson, Dr. H. G. Hankins, Miss E. Willmore.
J. B. Kleinert, Miss E. V. San- Sabbath School, F. G. Clifford.
ders, Miss R. Niemann, Mrs. R. Y. P. M. V., A. W. Staples.
A. Buckley, Miss G. Burton,
Miss M. Campbell, Mrs. A. W. Ministers:
Staples, Mrs. R. E. Ansley, Mrs. A. F. Tarr, W. L. Hyatt, J. H.
W. C. Walston, Mrs. F. G. Clif- Raubenheimer, W. H. Hurlow,
ford, Mrs. L. A. Vixie, Miss B. A. C. Le Butt, S. G. Hiten, P. A.
Davies, P. Mantel!, Joy Senkoto, Venter, J. J. Birkenstock, E. M.
Titus Nkosi. Howard.
Honorary: Mrs. I. B. Burton, Honorary: W. S. Hyatt, D. F.
Mrs. J. C. Rogers, Miss E. Edie, Tarr.
Mrs. W. H. Haupt, Mrs. S. J. Licentiates:
Stevenson. J. J. B. Combrinck, S. S. Hiten,
A. J. Herholdt, A. Boekhout.
Missionary Licentiates:
SOUTH AFRICAN CONFERENCE P. W. Willmore, V. N. Visser,
Territory: The European work in W. Marais, W. H. Hayter, D.
the Union of South Africa, Eva, Miss P. E. Willmore, Miss
Bechuanaland Protectorate, Ba- H. Stow, Mrs. L. L. Moffitt, Mrs.
sutoland, Swaziland, Portuguese W. L. Hyatt, Mrs. W. H. Hur,
East Africa south of latitude 22, low, Mrs. J. H. Raubenheimer,
and the mandated territory of Mrs. A. C. Le Butt, Mrs. P. A.
South West Africa, excluding Venter, Mrs. S. G. Hiten, Mrs.
the Caprivi Strip. J. J. Birkenstock, Mrs. P. W.
Area: 1,189,031 square miles. Willmore, Mrs. S. S. Hiten, Mrs.
Population: 1,870,651. J. J. Combrinck, Mrs. A. J. Her-
Churches: 36; members, 2,519. holdt, Miss M. Ward, Miss H.
Rusticus, Mrs. E. M. Howard.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Honorary: Mrs. W. S. Hyatt,
Bloemfontein, 0. F. S., South Miss C. A. Dixie, Miss M. J.
Africa. Dixie.
Office Address: 19 Hanger Street, Church School Teachers:
Bloemfontein, 0. F. S., South Miss I. Smith, Mrs. B. Botha,
Africa. Miss R. van Rooyen, Miss A.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 256, Ficker, W. Marais, W. D. Eva,
Bloemfontein, Orange Free State, W. H. Hayter, Miss H. Holbrook,
South Africa. Miss E. de Beer, V. N. Visser.
184 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

CAPE FIELD OF SEVENTH-DAY Publishing and Y. P. M. V.,


ADVENTISTS H, R. S. Tsukudu, E. S. Jaka-
(Formerly Cape Colored Field) vula.
Ministers:
Work for the Cape Colored people J. R. Campbell, W. C. Tarr; E. S.
in the Union of South Africa. Jakavula.
Population: 560,605. Licentiate: A. A. Pitt.
Churches: 10; members, 422. Native Licentiate: H. R. S. Tsu-
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 468, kudu.
Bloemfontein, 0. F. S., South Missionary Licentiates:
Africa. Mrs. J. R. Campbell, Mrs. W. C.
Officers: Tarr, Miss M. B. Dawkins.
Superintendent, L. S. Billes. Colporteur Licentiates:
Sec.-Treas., J. E. Symons. Theo Njokweni, E. T. Tsuai, M.
Ministers: Lenyakga, Isaac Mavusa, P.
L. S. Billes, B. W. Abney. Motloheloa, S. M. Bole, Shedrach
Honorary Ministerial Credentials: Nodume, E. Shuping, J. E. Dhla-
Honorary: D. C. Theunissen, mine, Mrs. R. Tsukudu.
D. J. May.
Missionary Licentiates: Bethel Mission Station
Mrs. L. S. Billes, P. Jackson, Postal Address: Butterworth, Cape
A. 0. Kohen, Mrs. P. Jackson, Province, South Africa.
Mrs. B. W. Abney, Mrs. A. 0. Director: A. P. Tarr.
Kohen, Mrs. D. C. Theunissen, Minister: A. P. Tarr.
P. S. Marks. Missionary Licentiate:
Mrs. A. P. Tarr.
SOUTH AFRICAN MISSION Native Workers: Evangelist, Si-
FIELD mon Mgquamqo, Jim Qobo.
Reorganized 5933 Teachers: Esther Gwabe, Adolphus
Mdliva, J. Tyali.
Territory: Native work in Union
of South Africa (except Brit-
ish Bechuanaland), Basutoland, Cancele Mission Station
Swaziland and Portuguese East Postal Address: Cancele, Mount
Africa south of latitude 22. Frere, East Griqualand,, Cape
Area: 540,137 square miles. Province, South Africa.
Population: 7,194,862. Director: J. N. de Beer.
Churches: Native, 30; membership, Minister: J. N. de Beer.
1,586. Licentiate: S.' J. Fourie.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Missionary Licentiates:
Johannesburg. Dr. J. J. Bell, Mrs. J. N. deBeer,
Office Address: 54 National Mutual Mrs. S. J. Fourie.
Bldgs., 43 Rissik St., Johannes- Native Workers:
burg, Transvaal, South Africa. Licentiates: Joseph Nuka, Ar-
Officers: thur Mredlane.
Superintendent, J. R. Campbell. Teachers: Jane Gacula, Benwell
Sec.-Treas., A. A. Pitt. Gacula.
Executive Committee: J. R. Miss. Licentiate: M. Yazi.
Campbell, A. A. Pitt, J. N. -de-
Beer, J. M. Hlubi, E. F. C. Hep- Durban Mission District Indian
burn, Amos Magalela, L. S. Mol- and Native Mission
okomme. Postal Address: 17 a Shuter Street,
Department Secretaries: Durban, Natal, South Africa.
Sab. Sch., Mrs. J. R. Campbell. Director: W. C. Walston.
SOUTHERN; AFRICAN DIVISION 185

Honorary Minister: W. C. Wal- (Formerly Emerlo-Swaziland Mis-


ston. sion Station and District)
Missionary Licentiates: Postal Address: P. 0. Mahamba,
Benjamin Reuben, Mrs. Ruth Swaziland, South Africa.
Samson. Director: J. M. Hlubi.
Hon. Miss. Licentiate: Mrs. W. C. Minister: J. M. Hlubi.
Walston. Missionary Licentiates:
Richard Nhlapo, Alice Hlubi,
Eastern Province Mission District I. Seteka, Cathrine Bhengu.
Postal Address: 6 Park Road, Gra-
hamstown, Cape Province, South GLEN GREY MISSION DISTRICT
Africa. Postal Address: Block A, 12 Loca-
Director: W. C. Tarr. tion, Queenstown, Cape Province.
Minister: W. C. Tarr. South Africa.
Native Workers: Director: B. T. Scott.
Minister: D. D. Ntsikeni. Minister: B. T. Scott.
Hon. Minister: A. Mzozoyana. Licentiate: G. S. Mayaba.
Licentiate: Doddie Kohe. Teacher: M. Moloppe.
Miss. Licentiate: Douglas Man-
kayi. Kolo Mission Station
Teachers: Douglas Mankayi, Mrs.
A. E. Pikoli. Address: Morija, Basutoland,
South Africa.
Emmanuel Mission Station Director: H. J. Hurlow.
Minister: H. J. Hurlow.
Established 1910 Missionary Licentiate:
Address: Leribe, Basutoland, South Mrs. H. J. Hurlow.
Africa. In charge of Dispensary: H. J
Director: R. C. Sharman. Hurlow.
Minister: Native Workers:
B. C. Sharman. Honorary Minister: J.Ndabambi.
Missionary Licentiates: Teacher: Edwin Sebele.
Mrs. R. C. Sharman.
Native Workers: Northern Free State Mission
Hon. Minister: Andrew Xabba. District
Teachers: (Formerly Kroonstad Mission
Eileen Tshabalala, J. Nkosi, District)
Ernest Tsotetsi, Flora Kalaka,
S. Tsotetsi, R. Mafubuedu. Postal Address: 288 Lovedale Road,
Mahlomola Location, Bloemfon-
Natal Mission District tein, Orange Free State, South
Africa.
Formerly Dundee Mission District. Director: Jonah N. Bacela.
Postal Address: Watersmeet Pri- Minister: Jonah N. Bacela.
vate Bag, P. 0. Besters, Natal, Missionary Licentiate:
South Africa. M. Moeletsi.
Director: E. Ka-J. Kuboni. Lusikisiki Mission District
Minister: E. Ka-J. Kuboni. Postal Address: P. 0. Lusikisiki,
Licentiate: P. Zungu. Eastern Pondoland, South Af-
Missionary Licentiate: rica.
Nelson Ngwenya. Director: S. K. Ntwana.
Swazi-Eastern Transvaal Mission Minister: S. K. Ntwana.
Station and District Teacher: Arthur Williams.
186 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Rand Mission District SOUTHWEST `:AFRICA -1VIISSION


Postal Address: 54 National Mu- FIELD
tual Building, 43 Rissik Street, Unorganized
Johannesburg, Transvaal, South
Africa. Area: 311,820 square miles.
Director: L. E. Modise. Population: White, 24,115; n we,
Minister: L. E. Modise. 177,462; Colored. 30,845.
Licentiate: M. Africa.
Teachers: Kemmuil Mosedi, K.
Morallana, C. Legoabe, Mildred -
Ntaba. BECHUANALAND MISSION
FIELD
Shiloh Mission Station Territory: British Bechuanaland
Address: P. 0. Lundsklip, North- Bechuanaland Protectorate.
ern Transvaal, South Africa. Area: 337,074 square miles.
Director: H. L. Ferguson. Population: Native, 267,210.
Licentiate: H. L. Ferguson.
Missionary Licentiate: Mrs. H. L. Address: Box 101, Mafeking, Cape
Ferguson. Province, South Africa.
In Charge of Dispensary: Mrs. H. Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
L. Ferguson. Mafeking, South Africa.
Native Workers: Churches: 7; membership, 306.
Licentiate: John Morris. Officers:
Teacher: Rachel Morris. Supt., J. C. van de Merwe.
Evangelist: M. C. Hlubi. Sec. and Treas., J. C. van de
Merwe.
UMTATA MISSION Executive Committee: J. C. van
Postal Address: Umtata, Transkei, de Merwe, Dr. J. Janzen, Solo-
Cape Province, South Africa. mon Seheri.
Director: A. T. Magalela. Department Secretary:
Minister: A. T. Magalela. Sabbath Sch., Mrs. J. C. van de
Teacher: W. Nomvete. Merwe.
Minister: J. C. van de Merwe.
Western Transvaal Mission District Licentiates:
Postal Address: P. 0. Linokana, John Ross, K. S. Itumeling, Pe-
via Zeerust, Transvaal, South trus Phele, Solomon Seheri.
Africa.
Director: L. S. Molokomme. Missionary Licentiates:
Minister:. L. S. Molokomme. Mrs. J. C. van de Merwe, Rich-
Teacher: Emily Sephaphathi. ard Borne, Manama Itumeling,
Missionary Licentiate: Victoria Lekrolo, M. Mashwa,
H. Fekef eke. Ntebeban Ratchosa, Gladys Mo-
nala, Mark Leteani, John Gha-
sake.
Zululand Mission District
Postal Address: P. 0. Nongoma,
Zululand, South Africa. Kanye Medical Mission Station
Director: J. S. Moya. Medical Supt., J. Janzen, M. D.,
Minister: J. S. Moya. L. R. C. P. and S. (Edin.),
Licentiate: M. M. Langa.
Missionary Licentiate: Nurse: Miss Myrtle Bain.
E. Ndhlovu. Native orderlies: 2.
SOUTHEAST AFRICAN UNION MISSION
FIELD
Organized 1925
Territory: Nyasaland, Portuguese Medical Supt., E. G. Marcus,
East Africa north of latitude M. D.
22; Northeast Rhodesia, east of Nurse, Miss L. D. Melvill.
meridian 32. Faculty:
Area: 275,000 square miles. G. R. Nash, E. G. Marcus; I. L.
Population: White, 8,800 approx.; Ansley, Mrs. G. R. Nash, Mrs.
native, 4,739,888. E. G. Marcus, W. L. Davy, Mrs.
Churches: 21; membership, 7,283. W. L. Davy, Miss Rena Curtis,
Telegraphic Address: " Adventist," Yolam Kamwendo, James Ngai-
Blantyre, Nyasaland. yaye, and 9 native teachers.
Office Address: Fotheringham Road, Printing Department (See Pub-
Blantyre, Nyasaland. lishing House section).
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 51, Training Institute (See Educa-
Blantyre, Nyasaland, Africa. tional Institutions section).
Officers: Hospital and Leper Center (See
Supt., H. M. Sparrow. Sanitariums section).
Sec. and Treas., Miss G. P. Fort- Village Schools: 9.
ner. Ministers:
Executive Committee: H. M. G. R. Nash, E. G. Marcus, W. L.
Sparrow, M. M. Webster, Dr. E. Davy, James Ngaiyaye, Yolam
G. Marcus, G. R. Nash, E. L. Kamwendo.
Tarr, G. -Pearson, Miss G. P. Missionary Licentiates:
Fortner. I. L. Ansley, Mrs. E. G. Marcus,
Department Secretaries: Mrs. W. L. Davy, Mrs. G. R.
Educational, G. R. Nash. Nash; Miss .L. D. Melvill, Miss
Field Miss., H. M. Sparrow. Rena Curtis.
Medical, E. G. Marcus, M. D.,
L. R. C. P., S.- (Edin.). SOUTH NYASALAND MISSION
Sabbath School; Mrs. H. M. FIELD
.Sparrow.
Y. P. M. V., H. M. Sparrow. Territory: South Nyasaland.
Minister: H. M. Sparrow. Area: 12,728 square miles.
Missionary Licentiates: Population: White, 2,900; Native,
Miss G. P. Fortner, Mrs. H. M. Churches:663,706.
Sparrow. - 12; members, 6,364.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 51,
Blantyre, Nyasaland, Africa.
Malamulo Mission Station Officers:
Established 1902 Supt., H. M. Sparrow.
Sec.-Treas., Miss G. P. Fortner.
Postal Address: Cholo, Nyasaland, Executive Committee: H. M.
Africa. Sparrow, Miss G. P. Fortner,
Telegraphic Address: Malamulo, G. R. Nash, W. L. Davy, E. B.
Cholo, Nyasaland. Jewell, 0. S. Stevenson, Edward
Board: Union Executive Commit- Martin, Roman Chimera, James
tee, Yolam Kamwendo, James Malinki.
Ngaiyaye. Department Secretaries:
Director and Business Manager, Field Miss., and Y. P. -M. V.,
G. R. Nash. H. M. Sparrow.
187
188 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Sabbath School, Mrs. H. M. CHINYAMA MISSION


Sparrow. Formerly Mlanje Mission District
Matandani Mission Station Organized 1929
Acquired 1908 Address: Blantyre, Nyasaland,
Africa.
Postal Address: Blantyre, Nyasa- Director: James Malinki.
land, Africa. Minister: James Malinki.
Director: E. B. Jewell. Village Schools: 11.
Minister: Yokoniah Sosola. Inspector: Harry Khonje.
Licentiates: Head Teacher: Ce Action, assisted
E. B. Jewell, Joseph Lumbe, by 14 teachers.
Hutton.
Missionary Licentiate: Thambani Mission Station
Mrs. E. B. Jewell.
Village Schools: 10. Organized 1929
Teachers: Mrs. E. B. Jewell and Address: P. 0. Mwanza, Nyasa-
15 natives. land, Africa.
Dispensary: Mrs. E. B. Jewell. Director: Ben Ritch.
Minister: Ben Ritch.
Thekerani Mission Station Inspector: Isaiah Liwonza.
Village Schools: 5.
Acquired 1923 Head Teacher:
Address: P. 0. Thekerani, Nyasa- Nelson Fulukiah, 'assisted by 7
land, Africa. teachers.
Director: G. S. Stevenson.
Ministers: UNATTACHED MISSIONS
Sofa Saiwa, Victor Mpheza.
Licentiates: Mwami Mission
G. S. Stevenson, Ce Spurgeon.
Missionary Licentiate: Address: P. 0. Fort Manning,
Mrs. G. S. Stevenson. Nyasaland, Africa.
Inspectors: Director: G. Pearson.
Ce Maynard, Ce Matthew. Faculty: G. Pearson, Miss L. South-
Village Schools: 28. gate, Mrs. G. Pearson, Moffatt
Teachers: Mrs. G. S. Stevenson Cona, Ered Maliro, assisted by
and 35 natives. 7 teachers.
Dispensary: Native orderly. Ministers:
G. Pearson, E. Maliro.
Missionary Licentiates:
Chileka Mission District Mrs. G. Pearson, Miss L. South-
gate.
Address: Blantyre, Nyasaland,
Africa.
Director: Edward Martin. Luwazi Mission Station
Ministers: Address: P. 0. Nkatsa Bay, .Nyasa-
Edward Martin, Morrison Ma- land, Africa.
linki, Jonathan Kabambe. Director: E. L. ,Tarr.
Licentiate: Simon Msuseni. Faculty: E. L. Tarr, Mrs: E. L.
Village Schools: 11. Tarr, Simon Ngaiyaye,_ assisted
Inspector: Joseph Mangame. by 4 native teachers.
Head Teacher: Ministers:
Adsis Mbebuwa, assisted by 14 E. L. Tarr, Paulos, Mb ango,
teachers. Simon Ngaiyaye.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 189

Licentiates: Licentiates:
Isaac, William Abanda, Robert Simon Msuseni, Andrae, Mat-
Akondwe, Benjamin, Simon Bun- thew, Beriat Ntilosanji.
yani.
In Charge of Dispensary: Mrs. E. MOZAMBIQUE MISSION
L. Tarr, assisted by 1 native Organized 1933
orderly.
Territory: Portuguese East Africa
Mombera Mission Station North of latitude 22.
Area: 260,200 square miles.
Address: P. 0. Mzimba, Nyasa- Population: White, 5,800; Native
land, Africa. 2,803,900.
Director: Simon Msuseni. Postal Address: P. 0. Ile, Portu-
Faculty: Simon Msuseni, Nelson guese East Africa.
Denga, assisted by 2 teachers. Director: M. M. Webster.
Ministers: Minister: M. M. Webster.
David Nkosi, Jeremiah Muze- Missionary Licentiates:
mala. Mrs. M. M. Webster, Ce Divison.

ZAMBESI UNION MISSION FIELD


Organized ig16
Territory: Northern and Southern Officers:
Rhodesia and Southern portion Supt., E. C. Boger.
of Belgian Congo. Comprising Sec., Treas., and Auditor, D. A.
Northern Rhodesia Mission Field, Webster.
Northeastern Rhodesia Mission Executive Committee: E. C. Bo-
Field, Southern Rhodesia Mis- ger, D. A. Webster, R. M. Mote,
sion Field, Southern Congo Mis- W. Mason, W. B. Higgins, C.
sion Field and the Rhodesian Robinson, Dr. F. E. Ingle, K M.
Conference. Cadwallader, 0. U. Giddings, J.
Area: 412,295 square miles. B. Cooks.
Population: White, 81,932; native, Department Secretaries: -
2,292,486; Colored and Asiatics, Educational, E. M. Cadwallader.
4,309. Field Miss., J. B. Cooks.
Churches: 31; total membership, Home Miss., J. B. Cooks.
7,806 (3 European, membership, Y. P. M. V., E. M. Cadwallader.
208; 28 native, membership, Ministers:
7,598). E. C. Boger, W. B.' Higgins,
Telegraphic Address: "Zumosda" E. M. Cadwallader, Isaac Xiba
Bulawayo. Nkomo, Alfred Game.
Office Address: 114 Jameson St., Honorary: F. R. Stockil, Harry
Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia, Sibagobe, Henry Mabona.
Africa. Licentiates:. ,
Telephone: 2210. D. A. Webster, J. B. Cooks, G.
"Postal Address: P. 0. Box 573, Hiten.
Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia, Honorary: F. B. Jewell, E. V.
Africa. Tarr.
Legal Assn.: Seventh-day Advent Missionary Licentiates:
1stCommunity of Africa (Incor- Mrs. E. C. Boger, Mrs. D. A.
porated). Webster, Mrs. E. M. Cadwalla-
190 SOUTHERN ;AFRICAN DIVISION

der, Mrs. F. B. Jewell, P7.. Spar- Colporteur Licentiates:


row, Mrs. W. B. Higgins, Miss 5 natives.
G. Brown, Miss G. Tarr,, Mrs. G.
Hiten, Miss L. Fouche, Dr. F. E.
Ingle, Mrs. F. E. Ingle, Aubyn SOUTHERN RHODESIA
W. Staples, Miss Maud McEwen, MISSION FIELD
Miss M. Stockil.
Honorary Missionary Licentiates: Organized 1921
Mrs. F. R. Stockil, Mrs. E. V. Territory: Native work in South-
Tarr, Peter Fayi. ern Rhodesia.
Area: 149,000 square miles.
Population: Native, 1,055,000.
RHODESIAN CONFERENCE
Churches: 11; membership, 4,237.
(Formerly Rhodesiap-Bechua,na-
land ConferenceEuropean) Address': Box 4, Gwelo, Southern
Rhodesia, Africa.
(European) ; Officers:
Organized 1929 Supt., Christopher Robinson.
Territory: European work in Sec. and Treas., Miss B. E.
Northern nad Southern Rhode- Staples.
sia, Southern portion of Belgian Executive Committee: Christo-
Congo, Beira and Portuguese pher Robinson, I. V. Hankins,
East Africa. S. W. Palmer, W. B. Higgins,
Area: 412,295 square miles. Miss B. E. Staples, N. C. Stuart,
Population: White, 81,972. (Na- Paul Mbono, 'William Myengwa.
tive population reported under Department Secretaries:
Mission Fields.) Colored and
Asiatic, 4,309. Field Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Churches: 3; members, 168. William Myengwa.
Telegraphic Address: Zumosda, Sabbath School, Miss B. E. Sta-
Bulawayo. ples.
Telephone: 2210. Ministers:
Office Address: 114 Jameson St., Christopher Robinson, S. W.
Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia, Palmer.
Africa. ,,
Native: Otis Ndebele, Moses
Postal Address: Box 573, Bula- Donga, Clarence Silmnbe Moyo,
wayo, Southern Rhodesia, Af- John Nigani, Alfred Gama Ed-
rica. ward Janda, Paul Mbono, Emory
Officers: Mlalazi.
Pres., E. C. Boger.
Sec. and. Treas., D. A. Webster. Licentiates:
Executive Committee: E. C. W. P. Owen, N: C. Stuart.
Boger, P. W. Hendrie, H. Hip- Native: Jonah Chimuka, Enoch
kin, D. A. Webster, A. N. Ingle. Wahungana, James S. Moyo,
Minister: A. N. Ingle. William Myengwa, James Nde-
Missionary Licentiates: bele, Richard Taipa.
Mrs. A. N. Ingle, Miss H. Ueck-
ermann. Missionary Licentiates:
Church School Teachers: Mrs. Christopher Robinson, Mrs.
A. W. Austen, Miss C. Stevens. S. W. Palmer, Mrs. W. P. Owen,
Home School Teachers: Mrs. N. C. Stuart, Miss B. , E.
Miss. H. Hodgson, Miss W. Tick- Staples', I. V. Hankins.
ton. Native Colporteurs: 7.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 191

Lower Gwelo Mission- Hospital Inyazura Village Schools


Formerly LoWer Gwelo Medical Address: Inyazura Mission, Inya-
Mission Station) zura, Southern Rhodesia, Africa.
Established 1931 Inspector: W. P. Owen.
Native Evangelists:" 2.
Address: P. 0. Box 4, Gwelo, South- Native Teachers: 10.
ern Rhodesia, Africa. Village . Schools: 10..
Medical Superintendent: Frank E.
Ingle, B. Sc., M. D., D. N: B. (U.
S. A.), L. R. C. P., L. R. C. S. Hanke Mission Station
(Edin.), L. R. F. P., S. (Glas- Postal Address: Selukwe, Southern
gow). Rhodesia, Africa.
Nurses: Director: Edward Janda,
Mrs. Frank Ingle, R. N., U. S. A., Native Teachers: 4.
Miss Mollie Stockil, R.N., U. S. A. Village Schools: 4.

Solusi Mission Station Lower Shangani Mission Station


Address: Solusi Mission, Bula Address: P. 0. Box 573, Bulawayo,
Wit'yo;' Southern Rhodesia, Af- Southern Rhodesia, Africa.
rica. Director: Otis Ndebele.
Native Teachers: 5.
Director: W. B. Higgins. Village Schools: 5.
European Inspector of Village European Inspector: I. V. Hankins.
Schools: George Hiten.
Village Schools: 2.
Native Teachers: 2. Solusi Outschools
Union Training School (See Educa- Address: Solusi Mission, Bula-
tional Institutions). wayo, Southern Rhodesia, Africa.
European Inspector: N. C. Stuart.
Native Evangelists: 1.
Native Teachers: 7.
Lower Gwelo Mission Station Village Schools: 7.
(Formerly Somabula)
Established 1901 Filabusi Mission Station
Established 1929.
Address: Box 4, Gwelo, Southern
Rhodesia, Africa. (Native Mission)
Director: Christopher Robinson. Address: Care Valley Store, Fila-
Native Evangelist: 1. busi, via Bulawayo, South Rho-
Native Teachers: 8. desia, Africa.
Village Schools: 6. Director: Moses Donga.
Native Teachers: 7. "
Village Schools: 7.
Inyazura Mission Station European Inspector: N. C. Stuart.
Established 1910
Fort Victoria Mission Station
Address: /Inyazura Mission,' Inya-
zura, Southern Rhodesia, Africa. Address: "Stanhope," P. 0. Fort
Director: S. W. Palmer. Victoria, Southern Rhodesia, Af-
Teachers: rica.
Mrs. S. W. Palmer, with 3 na- Director: Paul Mbono.
tive teachers. Native Teachers: 4.
Home School Teacher: Mrs. W. P. Village Schools: 3.
Owen. European Inspector: I. V. Hankins.
192 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Tjolotjo Mission Station noux, J. G. Siepman, Samuel


Established 1929. Moyo, Stephen Mulomba, I. B.
Burton.
(Native Mission) Department Secretaries:
Address: C/o Native Commissioner, Sabbath School, Miss Y. H. Re-
Tjolotjo, via Nyamandhlovu, noux.
Southern Rhodesia, Africa. Y. P. M. V., Ellison Mulomba.
Director: J. S. Moyo. Ministers:
Native Teachers: 6. R. M. Mote, S. M. Konigmacher,
Village Schools: 6. C. E. Wheeler, J. G. Siepman,
European Inspector: N. C. Stuart. I. B. Burton.
Native: Samuel Moyo, Stephen
Bulawayo Location Mission Station Mulomba, Gladstone Imasiku,
Established 1929. Lawson Endaenda, Peter Lenge-
' lenga.
(Native Mission) Licentiates:
Address: Box 573, Bulawayo, Natives: Daniel Muhwahwi,
Southern Rhodesia, Africa. Samuel Chilumbi, Ellison Mu-
Director: James Ndebele. lomba, Robert Njekwa, Isaiah
Native Teachers: 1. Siajunza, Luck Ndhlovu, Willie
Village Schools: 1. Simbombi.
European Inspector: N. C. Stuart. Missionary Licentiates:
Mrs. R. M. Mote, Miss Y. H.
HEADLANDS MISSION Renoux, Mrs. I. B. Burton, Mrs.
Established 1929 J. G. Siepman.
(Native Mission)
Address: c/o Inyazura Mission, Rusangu Mission Station
Inyazura, Southern Rhodesia,
Africa. Established 1905
Director: Enoch Wahungana. Address: P. 0. Mission, Northern
Native Teachers: 3. Rhodesia, Africa.
Village Schools: 3. Director: R. M. Mote.
European Inspector: W. P. Owen. Village School Inspector: C. E.
Wheeler.
Teachers: C. E. Wheeler, Mrs. R.
M. Mote, and 6 natives.
NORTHERN RHODESIA Dispensary: Mrs. R. M. Mote.
Village Schools: 1.
MISSION FIELD Village School Teacher: 1.
Organized 1921 Native Minister: 1.
Territory: Native work in North-
ern Rhodesia and the Caprivi Katima Mulilo Mission Station
Strip. Established 1921
Area: 194,000 square miles. Address: Private Bag, Livingstone,
Population: Native, 723,936. Northern Rhodesia, Africa.
Churches: 11; members, 2,625. Director and Village School Inspec-
Postal Address: P. 0. Mission Sid- tor: I. B. Burton.
ing, Northern Rhodesia, Africa. Teachers: I. B. Burton and 1 na-
Officers: tive.
Supt., R. M. Mote. Dispensary: Mrs. I. B. Burton.
Sec.-Treas., Miss Y. H. Renoux. Native Evangelists: 2.
Executive Committee: R. M. Village Schools: 8.
Mote, C. E. Wheeler, Y. H. Re- Village School teachers: 9.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 193

Musofu Mission Station Sala Mission Station


Established 1917 Native Mission
Address: Private Bag, Ndola, Address: c/o Shangara Store, P.
Northern Rhodesia, Africa. 0. Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia,
Director and Village School Inspec- Africa.
tor: J. G. Siepman. Director: Andrew Shamalimbo.
Teachers: J. G. Siepman and 1 na- Village Schools: 4.
tive. Village School Teachers: 5.
Dispensary: Mrs. J. G. Siepman. European Inspector: R. M. Mote.
Native Evangelists: 2.
Village Schools: 4.
Village School Teachers: 5. Sitote Mission Station
Native Mission
Liumba Hill Mission Station Established 1933
Established 1928 Address: c/o Katima Mulilo Mis-
Address: P. 0. Kalabo, Northern sion, Private Bag, Livingstone,
Rhodesia, Africa. Northern Rhodesia, Africa.
Director and School Inspector: Director: Gladstone Imasiku.
S. M. Konigmacher. Native Minister: 1.
Dispensary: S. M. Konigmacher. Teachers: 2.
Teachers: S. M. Konigmacher and European Inspector: I. B. Burton.
1 native.
Native Evangelist: 1.
Village Schools: 7.
Village School Teachers: 7. Muchenje Mission
Native Mission
Munenga Mission Re-opened 1934
Native Mission Address: P. 0. Lusaka, N. Rho-
Established 1930 desia, .Africa.
Address: c/o A. Hartzenberg, Esq., Director: Timothy Elland.
Magoye Siding, Private Bag, European Inspector: R. M. Mote.
Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia,
Africa.
Director: Samuel Chilumbi.
Native Evangelist: 1. NORTHEASTERN RHODESIA
Village Schools: 4. MISSION FIELD
Village School Teachers: 4. Territory: Northeast Rhodesia,
European School Inspector: R. M. west of meridian 3.
Mote.
Area: 97,000 square miles.
Demu Mission Population: Native, 513,550.
Native Mission Address: Kawambwa, Via N'Dola,
Northern Rhodesia, Africa.
Established 1930 ' Churches: 2; members, 397.
Address: P. 0. Pemba, Northern Officers:
Rhodesia, Africa. Supt., Wilfred Mason.
Director: Samuel Moyo. Treas., D. A. Webster.
Native Minister: 1. Executive Committee: Wilfred
Native Evangelist: 1. Mason, E. C. Boger, Job Mabuti.
Village Schools: 5. Minister: Wilfred Mason.
Village School Teachers: 5. Missionary Licentiate:
European Inspector: C. E. Wheeler. Mrs. Wilfred Mason.
7
194 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Chimpempe Mission Station Katanga Mission


Established 1923
Established 1921
Postal Address: Boite Postale 446,
Address: Kawambwa, Via N'Dola, Elisabethville, Congo Belge, Af-
Northern Rhodesia, Africa. rica.
Director: Wilfred Mason. Director: 0. U. Giddings.
Teachers: Wilfred Mason, Mrs. Native Evangelists: 4.
Wilfred Mason and 3 natives. Village School: 1.
Dispensary: Mrs. Wilfred Mason. Native Teachers: 2.
Native Evangelists: 4.
Village Schools: 4. Songa Mission
Village School Teachers: 4. Established 1921
Postal Address: Boite Postale, Ka-
mina, Congo Belge, Africa.
Luapula Mission Station. Director: D. E. Delhove.
Established 1929 Native Evangelist: 1.
Native Mission Village Schools: 13.
Native Teachers: 15.
Address: C/o Chimpempe Mission,
Kawambwa, via N'Dola, North-
ern Rhodesia, Africa. INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTH-
Director and School Inspector: ERN AFRICAN DIVISION
Wilfred Mason. Educational:
Teachers: 2 natives. Bongo Training School, Missao
Native Evangelist: 1. Adventista, Lepi, Distrito de
Benguela, Angola, Portuguese
West Africa.
Gitwe Training School, via Us-
SOUTHERN CONGO MISSION umbura, Urundi, Central Af-
FIELD rica.
Organized 1924 Good Hope Training School, Riv-
Territory: Native work in South- erside, Klipfontein Road, Ath-
ern portion of Belgian Congo. lone, Cape Province, South Af-
Churches: 4; membership, 379. rica.
Address: Boite Postale 446, Elisa- Helderberg College (for Euro-
bethville, Congo Belge, Africa. peans), P. 0. Box 22, Somer-
Officers: set West, Cape Province,
Supt., 0. U. Giddings. South Africa.
Treas., 0. U. Giddings. Malamulo Training School,
Executive Committee: O. U. Gid- Cholo, Nyasaland, British Cen-
dings, D. E. Delhove, Dr. E. L. tral Africa.
Morel, E. C. Boger, D. A. Web- Solusi Training School, Bula-
ster. wayo, Southern Rhodesia, Af-
Department Seceretaries: rica.
Sabbath School, Mrs. 0. U. Gid- Spion Kop Missionary Institu-
dings. tion, Ladysmith, Natal, South
Ministers: Africa.
0. U. Giddings, D. E. Delhove. Publishing:
Native: Albert Kabuwa. Malamulo Mission Press, Cholo,
Missionary Licentiates: Nyasaland, British Central
Mrs. 0. U. Giddings, Mrs. D. E. Africa.
Delhove, Miss Lydia Delhove, Sentinel Publishing Co., Ros-
Dr. E. L. Morel, Mrs. E. L. mead Ave., Kenilworth, Cape,
Morel. South Africa.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 196

Solusi Mission Press, Solusi Mis- Inyazura Mission Dispensary,


sion, Bulawayo, Southern Rho- Inyazura, Southern Rhodesia,
desia, Africa. Africa.
Medical: Katima Mulilo Mission Dispen-
Hospitals: sary, Private Bag, Livingstone,
Bongo Hospital, Lepi, Dist. Ben- Northern Rhodesia.
guela, Angola, Portuguese Kirundu Mission Dispensary,
West Africa. Kirundu, via Kindu, Province
Cancele Mission Hospital, Mount Orientale, Congo Belge, Cen-
Frere, East Griqualand, South tral Africa.
Africa. Kolo Mission Dispensary, Mo-
Kanye Hospital, Kanye, via Lo- rija, Basutoland, South Africa.
batsi, British Bechuanaland,
Africa. Liumba Hill Dispensary, P. 0.
Lower Gwelo Hospital, Box 4, Kalabo, Barotseland, Northern
Gwelo, Southern Rhodesia. Rhodesia, Africa.
Malamulo Hospital, Malamulo Luz Mission Dispensary, Caixa
Mission, Cholo, Nyasaland, Postal 33, Vila Luzo, Angola,
Central Africa. Portuguese West Africa.
Mwami Mission Hospital, Fort Matandani Mission Dispensary,
Jameson, Northern Rhodesia. Blantyre, Nyasaland, Africa.
Ngoma Mission Hospital, P. 0. Nova Lisboa Dispensary, Caixa
Usumbura, Urundi, Central Postal No. 3, Nova Lisboa, An-
Africa. gola, Portuguese West Africa.
Songs, Mission Hospital, B. P. Rusangu Mission Dispensary,
Kamina, Belgian Congo, Cen- P. 0. Mission Siding, Northern
tral Africa. Rhodesia, Africa.
Dispensaries: Rwankeri Mission Dispensary,
Buganda Mission Dispensary,
Rwankeri P. 0., Kigali, Ru-
Buganda, P. 0. Usambura, anda, Central Africa.
Urundi, Central Africa.
Chimpempe Mission Dispensary, Solusi Mission Dispensary, Bula-
P. 0. Kawambwa, Northeast wayo, Southern Rhodesia, Af-
Rhodesia, Africa. rica.
Gitwe Mission Dispensary, P. 0. Shiloh Mission Dispensary, Lun-
Usumbura, Urundi, Central sklip , Northern Transvaal,
Africa. South Africa.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION.
(Organized as the India Union Mission, 191o; reorganized, 1g19)

Territory: India, Burma, Ceylon, Sec. of Legal Assn., C. L. Tor-


and adjacent islands politically rey; Treas., T. J. Michael.
attached, Afghanistan, Nepal, Transportation Agent: Division
and Bhutan. Treasurer.
Area: 2,232,057 sq. miles.
Population: 371,861,028; churches, Department Secretaries:
105; members, 4,400. Educational, E. M. Meleen.
Eield Miss. and Home Miss.,
Cable and Telegraphic Address: L. C. Shepard.
" Adventist," Poona. Medical, G. A. Nelson, M. D.
Post Office Address: Box 15, Poona, Ministerial Assn., G. F. Enoch.
India.
Officers: Sabbath Sch. and asst. Educa-
Pres., N. C. Wilson. tional, E. D. Thomas.
Y. P. M. V., T. J. Michael.
Sec., Treas., and Auditor, C. L.
Torrey; asst., T. J. Michael. Ministers:
Division Committee: N. C. Wil- N. C. Wilson, I. F. Blue, L. C.
son, C. L. Torrey, I. F. Blue, C. Shepard, E. D. Thomas, R. A.
G. Lowry, J. S. James, T. J. Garner, G. F. Enoch, J. F. Ash-
Michael, H. C. Menkel, M. D., lock (on furlough), T. J. Michael,
G. A. Nelson, M. D., L. C. Shep- C. L. Torrey.
ard, E. M. Meleen, J. L. Chris-
tian, G. F. Enoch, J. C. Craven, Licentiates:
J. F. Ashlock (on furlough), L. J. C. Craven, R. B. James.
G. Mookerjee, E. D. Thomas. Missionary Licentiates:
Legal Assn.: "The India Finan- C. H. Mackett, A. Killoway, T.
cial Association of Seventh-day Killoway, G. F. H. Ritchie, Mrs.
Adventists." H. C. Franks.

BURMA MISSION
Organized 1919

Territory: Burma, including the Wilson, R. A. Beckner, Deacon


Shan States; the Andaman, and David, Myat Po, A. J. Sargent.
Nicobar Islands. Department Secretaries:
Population: 14,696,609; churches, Educational, J. L. Christian.
10; members, 545. Field Miss., J. 0. Wilson.
Cable Address: "Adventist," Ran- Home Miss., J. 0. Wilson.
goon. Medical, H. Baird.
Office Address: 30 Voyle Road, Sabbath Sch., F. J. Mainstone.
Cantt., Rangoon, Burma. Y. P. M. V., J. L. Christian.
Officers: Ministers:
Supt., J. L. Christian. Joseph Phillips, R. A. Beckner,
Sec. and Treas., F. J. Mainstone. J. L. Christian, J. 0. Wilson,
Executive Committee: J. L. A. J. Sargent, Myat Po, Deacon
Christian, Joseph Phillips, F. J. David, H. Baird, U. Maung, F.
Alainstone, F. A. Wyman, J. 0. A. Wyman, G. A. Hamilton, E.
196
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 197

A. Crane,.Tha.ra Peter, Tha My- Stations: Myaungmya, Bhamoky-


aing. a ung.
Licentiates: Director: A. J. Sargent.
J. C. Dean, W. W. Christensen, Minister: A. J. Sargent.
F. J. Mainstone, Po Toke. Missionary Licentiates:
Missionary Licentiates: Po Aung, Po Shwe.
Mrs. G. W. Tarleton, Freddie Ba Local Workers:
Tin, Saw U. Aye Maung, Chit Maung, Maung
Ni, Ohn Myit, Maung Saw, Aye
TENASSERIM MISSION Maung, Po Aung II.
STATION
Stations: Kamamaung, Lapota,
Naungkarang, Minze, Nitcha, HTUGYI MISSION STATION
Wakyiwaka.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Office Address: S. D. A. Mission,
Kamamaung, Shwegon P. 0., Htugyi, Burma.
Burma. Director: R. A. Beckner.
Ministers: Licentiate: Po Toke.
E. A. Crane, Peter. Local Worker: Ma Hla Shin.
Licentiate: Chit Maung.
Missionary Licentiates:
Ohn Bwint, Ka Yai, Maung SITTANG MISSION STATION
. Thein.
Church School Teachers: Office Address: Darrah Road,
Maung Thein, Ka Lee Paw, Toungoo, Burma.
Maung Kho, San Nyok, Maung Director: H. Baird.
Sein, Pokyaw. Ministers: H. Baird, Tha Myaing.
Local Worker: Baw Dee.
Other Workers:
Naw Sein Dwe, Yin Nee, Me
Shwe. MAYMYO MISSION STATION
Office Address: "Brightlands," Mis-
MYAUNGMYA MISSION , sion Road, Maymyo, Burma.
STATION Director: Mrs. G. W. Tarleton.
Office Address: Mosokwin Road, Missionary Licentiate:
Myaungmya, Burma. Mrs. G. W. Tarleton.

NORTHEAST INDIA MISSION


Organized igig

Territory: The Presidency of Ben- Sec. and Treas., C. A. Hart.


gal; the Provinces of Bihar and Executive Committee: G. G.
Orissa; the Province of Assam; Lowry, R. J. Borrowdale, H. G.
with connected native states. Hebard, C. A. Hart, W. B. Vo-
Population: 102,774,586; churches, taw, G. E. Lindquist, H. M.
26; members, 706. Peak, P. C. Gayen.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Department Secretaries:
Lucknow. Book Depot Manager, C. A. Hart.
Office Address: 17 Abbott Road, Educational, G. G. Lowry.
Lucknow, India. Field Miss., G. E. Lindquist.
Officers: Home Miss., G. G. Lowry.
Supt., G. G. Lowry. Medical, H. G. Hebard, M. D.
198 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION

Sabbath Sch. and Y. P. M. V., CALCUTTA STATION


Mrs. G. G. Lowry.
Address: 36 Park Street, Calcutta,
Ministers: India.
James Besra, R. J. Borrowdale, Telegrams: "Adventist," Calcutta.
L. J. Burgess, A. C. Halder, C.
Jensen, C. C. Kellar, C. A. Lar- Telephone: PK 567.
sen, G. G. Lowry, H. M. Peak, Minister: H. M. Peak.
J. E. Saunders, Benjamin Peters, Licentiate: N. G. Mookerjee.
P. C. Gayen, E. R. Osmunson, Church School Teachers:
W. B. Votaw. Miss H. Dudrenec, Edna Dyer,
Jessie Bragan and Indian Urdu
Licentiates:
A. K. Bairagee, I. B. Bairagee, teacher.
T. C. Bairagee, H. P. Biswas,
Le Roy Hunter, U. N. Haider, CHUADANGA STATION
P. D. Kujur, G. E. Lindquist,
H. H. Mattison, N. G. Mooker- Address: S. D. A. Mission, Din-
jee, Gabriel Mm-mu, Dr. C. F. gadha, Chuadanga, P. 0., Nadia
Schilling, Jonas Singh, W. A. District, India.
Barlow, B. K. Haider, H. D. Director: J. J. Matson.
Strever. Indian Workers:
Missionary Licentiates: G. C. Baroya, J. N. Baroi, Mrs.
Miss Edna Dyer, C. A. Hart, H. Biswas, G. C. Arinda, U. N.
Mrs. C. F. Schilling (on fur- Haider, M. N. Sircar, S. N. Bis-
lough), Dr. H. G. Hebard (on was, H. P. Biswas.
furlough), Miss Rose Meister (on Village Schools: 3.
furlough) . Dispensaries: 1.
Mission Office Workers:
Miss Gwen Carrau, R. S. Fer- GOPALGANJ STATION
nando, Proboth Halder. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Gopal-
ganj P. 0., Faridpur Dist., Ben-
gal, India.
BABUMAHAL STATION Director: Le Roy Hunter.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Babum- Indian Worker: T. C. Bairagee.
ahal, Katoria P. O., via Simul- Bengali Co-educational Elementary
ta]a, India. Boarding School: Teachers: J.
Director. R. J. Borrowdale. Singh, Mrs. Chondromoni Bis-
Indian Workers: was, S. K. Haider, Miss Sarojini
James Besra, Jitan Hansdak, Sircar, Miss Baroi, Suranjan
Sibu Hansdak, Barnabas Kisku, Sircar.
Bikram Kisku, Rengha Tudu, Village Schools: 4.
Lodhea. Tudu, George Besra. Dispensaries: 1.
Village Schools: 5.

BARISAL STATION KARMATAR STATION


Address: S. D. A. Mission, Ale- Address: S. D. A. Mission, Karma-
kanda, Barisal, India. tar, P. 0., E. I. Ry., India.
Director: P. C. Gayen. Director: C. Jensen.
Indian Workers: Indian Workers:
Poresh Paroi, J. N. Baroi, I. B. C. G. Hansdak, Baiju
Bairagee, A. K. Bairagee, S. N. B. Peters.
Biswas, S. C. Madhu. Hindi Elementary Boy's Boarding
Village Schools: 5. School: Teachers, Barko Kisku,
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 199

Gulu. Kisku, Sylvandus Hem- Indian Workers:


brom. P. C. Dey, Esau Singh, A. K.
Village schools, 3. Senapotty.
Village schools, 1.
KHUNTI STATION
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Khunti KURU STATION
Post Office, Ranchi District, In-
dia. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Hinoo

Director: J. E. Saunders. P. 0., Ranchi, India.
Indian Workers: Director: W. B. Votaw.

Prabhusahay Topno, Hanukh. Indian Workers:
Tint, Dharamdas Tint, Patras Ohma Ekka, Zepheniah Toppo,
Khakha, Samuel Topno, Samuel Manmasih Minz, Kuskreil Khal-
Kh.andala. cho, Mansid Tirkey.
Village Schools: 3. Village School: 1.

RANCH' STATION
KHURDA STATION
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Hinoo
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kluirda P. 0., Ranchi Dist., India.
P. 0., Puri Dist., Orissa, India. Director: C. C. Kellar.
Director: E. R. Osmunson. Indian Worker: P. C. Gaven.

NORTHWEST INDIA UNION MISSION


Organized xg19; reorganized 1929
Territory: The Central Provinces, Sabbath School.,.Miss 'I'. E. Sand-
excepting Berar; the Central berg.
India and Rajputana Agencies; Y. P. M. V., E. W. Pohlman.
the United Provinces of Agra Ministers:
and Oudh; the Punjab; Kash- G. G. Lowry, F. H. Loasby, H. C.
mir; the Northwest Frontier Menkel, M. D., 0. 0. Mattison,
Provinces. J. B. Conley, .Ali Bakhsh, R. L.
Population: 115,843,791; churches, Kimble, I. F. Blue, A. Gardner,
17; members, 906. R. P. Morris, E. R. Streeter, Viru
Office Address: 17 Abbott Road, Mall, C. C. Belgrave.
Lucknow, India. Licentiates:
Officers: J. M. Steeves, E. W. Pohlman.
Supt., 0. G. Lowry. Missionary Licentiates:
Sec. and Treas., Miss M. H. Bel- Miss M. H. Belchambers, Miss
chambers. Thyra E. Sandberg.
Executive Committee: G. G. Indian Workers:
Lowry, F. TI. Loasby, H. C. Roorkee: M. P. Sharma, Daniel
Menkel, M. D., Miss M. H. Bel- Rai, C. Samuel, E. M. Todd,
chaMbers, J. M. Hnatyshyn, J. Haifiz ul Rahman.
M. Steeves, 0. 0. Mattison, J. B.
, Conley, J. Ali Bakhsh, R. L.
Kimble, I. F. Blue. NORTH AGRA MISSION
Department Secretaries: (Organized as U. P. Mission 1919;
Educational, T. F. Blue. Reorganized 1929)
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Stations: Najibabad, Roorkee,
J. M. Hnatyshyn. Hapur.
Medical Miss., H. C. Menkel, Officers:
M. D. Director, R. L. Kimble, S. D. A.
200 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION

Mission, Hapur, U. P., India. Chanda Sahib, .Nabi Bakhsh,


Advisory Committee: R. L. Kim- Uman Din, Mela Ram, Harnam
ble, L. R. Reiswig, A. Gardner, Das, Dayal Masih.
J. M. Steeves, M. G. Champion. Missionary Licentiates:
Ministers: Miss M. Brewer, Miss M. Kellar.
R. L. Kimble, A. Gardner.
Licentiates: Indian Evangelists:
P. K. Simpson, M. G. Champion, Paul Thomas, Badr-Uddin, Dau-
L. R. Reiswig, B. A. Howard. lat Masih, Labhu Mall, Nawab
Missionary Licentiate: Miss A. Din, K. Peters, Allah Ditta (1),
Craggs. . Allah Ditta (2), Inayat Masih,
Indian Evangelists: Matthias, Chetu Ram, Joseph
Masih Charm), G. D. Bates, Pi- Masih, Chirag Din, Faqir Chand,
yare Lal, Nirmal Singh, Albert Sharfuddin, Jhande Khan, Bar-
Chand, Devi Pershad, Chander kat Masih, Fazil Masih, Anwa-
Sen, Masih Dayal, Sher Singh, rul Haq, Daniel, Abdulla Khan,
Nihalla, Meli Singh, Hardev Dayal Masih, Mehnga Mall,
Chanda Sahib.
Singh, Francis Wray, M. A.
Paul. Teachers:
Teacher: Miss M. Chatterjee. Miss Begum Sirdar Khan, Miss
R. Mall, Miss R. Singh.
PUNJAB MISSION
Organized 1919
Stations: Chichoki Mallian, Chu- UNORGANIZED MISSIONS
harkana, Lahore. Stations: Lucknow, Cawnpore, Al-
Officers: lahabad, Simla, Delhi.
Director, Ministers:
Advisory Committee: 0. 0. Mat- H. C. Menkel, M. D., C. C. Bel-
tison, E. R. Streeter, R. P. Mor- grave, J. B. Conley.
ris, J. Ali Bakhsh, F. H. Loasby,
R. C. Lindholm. Licentiates:
Ministers: L. E. Allen, Albert E. Nelson.
0. 0. Mattison, R. P. Morris, Missionary Licentiates:
F. H. Loasby, E. R. Streeter, Miss V. Chilton, Miss L. C.
J. A. Bakhsh, Vim Mall, B. Scholz.
Peter. Indian Evangelists:
Licentiates: H. F. Wesley, Pandit Gyana-
R. C. Lindholm, M. D., M. M. nand, Slivaji, Anwarul Hagg.

SOUTH INDIA UNION MISSION


Organized 1919
Territory: The Madras Presi- Telegraphic Address: " Adventist,"
dency with its neighboring na- Bangalore.
tive states, including such parts Office Address: 10 Cunningham
of Hyderabad (Deccan) as are Road, Bangalore, South India.
allied thereto by language; Cey- Officers:
lon; the Maldive and Laccadive Supt., E. M. Meleen.
groups. Sec. and Treas., J. L. Shannon.
Population: 73,363,099; churches, Executive Committee: E. M.
42; members, 1,677. Meleen, J. L. Shannon, 0. A.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 201

Skau, L. B. Losey, Dr. G. A. lam, Kizhangavila, Paruthupalli,


Nelson, C. A. Boykin, A. E. Vadakodu, Manchavilakam, Ku-
Rawson, H. Christensen, P. J. lathamal, Mundavamalla, Ala-
Kelly, H. A. Hansen, H. G. kunnam, Milandy, Kunnamku-
Woodward. lam, Aruvinkode, Pattam.
Department Secretaries: Officers:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Director, H. G. Woodward.
L. B. Losey. Advisory Committee: H. G.
Field Missionary, C. A. Boykin. Woodward, E. L. Gardner, S. N.
Home Miss., C. A. Boykin. David, J. Joshua, P. G. Thomp-
Medical, Dr. G. A. Nelson. son, T. V. Zachariah.
Sabbath School, J. C. H. Collett. Ministers:
Ministers: H. G. Woodward, S. N. David,
E. M. Meleen, L. B. Losey, A. E. J. Joshua, A. C. Jacob, K. S.
Rawson, P. J. Kelley, L. G: Peter.
Mookerjee, H. Christensen, G. T. Licentiates:
Dickinson, H. A. Hansen, A. M. E. L. Gardner, I. Samuel, M. B.
Jesudawson, E. D. Wijesinghe. Haggien, S. Nallathamby, E. A.
Honorary: E. Hilliard. Tomas, T. V. Zachariah.
Licentiates: Indian Workers:
C. A. Boykin, J. C. H. Collett, S. N. David, P. G. Thompson, A.
J. I. Fernando, A. R. Pieries, C. Jacob, T. M. Joseph, I. Sam-
A. F. Jessen. uel, J. Joshua, A. Shadrack, K. G;
Missionary Licentiates: Dasen, K. S. Peter, M. C. Moses,
J. L. Shannon, F. W. Hill, B. E. A. Thomas, K. R. Matthew,
Isaac, C. K. John, V. Navarat- D. Charles, S. Nallathamby, D.
nam, J. S. Moses, J. M. Fer- Mary, P. Vethamuthu, M. Abel,
nando. G: P. Crussiah, L. C. Charles,
Other Workers: T. V. Zachariah, U. J. Japeth,
S. J. Cuxton, Miss J. Wale, H. A. I. Lazarus, V. Jacob, S. Na-
R. H. DeJong, V. V. Krishnayya, thaniel, S. Sastry, Mrs. T. V.
Mrs. J. C. H. Collett, J. Fer- Zachariah.
nando, A. Jayasundra, Mrs. A. F.
.Jessen, V. Candaswamy.
Out Stations Directly Under Union TAMIL MISSION
Administration: Stations: Madras, Pondicherry, Pal-
India: Bangalore, Kr ishnara j a - likondai, Madura, Nagercoil, Tan-
puram, Kollegal. jore; Kuruattbor, Urrudhunagar,
Ceylon: Colombo, Kottawa, Pan- Trichinopoly, Kariananthal, Al-
nipittiya, Moratuwa, Negam- lagianalloor, Kalloorany, Tho-
ho, Hanwella, Dehiwala, Udit- tiankulam, Tuticorin, Sattur,
vil, Jaffna, Kandy. Nazareth, Sarodu, Sawyerpuram,
Colachel, Athur, Senaivillakam,
Kattimangodu, Chellankonam,
MALAYALAM MISSION Eathavillai, Gurukuttur, Tuto-
Office Address: Pattam, Trivan- corin.
drum, Travancore, S. India. Officers:
Stations: Adventpuram, Valiavila, Director, 0. A. Skau, Kodaikanal,
Karickam, Kackamulla, Meyyan- Madura District, South India.
noor, Palliman, Karamana, Vet- Advisory Committee: 0. A. Skau,
tiyoorkavu, Pujapura, Aramana, H. W. Carter, V. D. Koilpillai,
Kunnathukal, Manoor, Cheria- E. D. Willmott, C. A. W. Ritchie,
kole, Pandarathara, Perumku- V. Isaac, S. Thomas.
202 SOUTHERN- ASIA DIVISION

Ministers: Officers:
H. W. Carter, 0. A. Skau, S. Director, E. M. Meleen, 10 Cun-
Thomas, V. Isaac, V. D. Koil- ningham Road, Bangalore, South
pillai, C. A. MT. Ritchie. India.
Licentiates: Advisory Committee: E. M. Me-
. leen, D. W. Hunter, P. J. Kelly,
E. D. Willmott, K. G. Samuel, Ch. Devadoss, C. A. Randolph,
C. John, Job Miller, A. Yesu- Dr. D. W. Seminar's, N. Aaron.
dian, N. Vinayagam, M. I. Pak-
kianathan. Ministers:
Charles Devadoss, D. W. Hunter.
Indian Workers:
Licentiates:
V. D. Koilpillai, V. Isaac, S. Thom- N. Aaron, M. P. Daniel, G. Isaiah,
as, K. G. Samuel, G. Santhanam, A. V. Jesudass, G. C. Joseph, R.
Job Miller, A. Yesudian, A. Sel- J. Moses, 0. A. Nelson, M. D.,
vanayagam, S. Dason, C. John, C. A. Randolph, D. W. Semmens,
N. Vinayagam, P. Devasahayam, M. D.
S. K. Arumanayagam, G. Gu-
rupatham, Miss Rebecca Samuel, Missionary Licentiates:
S. Seenivasagam, John Samuel, Miss Emma Binder, Miss Bea-
K. P. David, Mrs. G. Arulmoney, trice Gore, Emma Hughes, M. D.
A. D. Arumanayagam, G. Thom- Indian Workers:
as, C. Moses, M. 1. Pakkiana- N. Aaron, G. Isaiah, A. V. Jesu-
than, Mrs. N. Koilpillai, Mrs. (lass, M. B. Israel, P. Sundarao,
Annainal, C. G. Isaac, Mrs. Pon- J. V. Henry, M. B. Laban, B.
namal, Mrs. joseph, Mrs. Pon- Solomon, 0. Sowbliagyamina, P.
niah. John, K. Mariamma, Ch. John,
T. Krishnarao, Mrs. P. Sundarao,
Ch. William, Datchirfamurthi,
TELUGU MISSION Mrs. J. Cole, J. Devadhason, M.
J. Jessie, P. S. John, P. Asirva-
Stations: Guntur, Bezwada, Nan- tham, M. J. Mercy, G. A. Anan-
digaina Chandalapadu, Keesara, dam, Y. Daniel, 0. 13. Devasa-
Madhavaram, Nuzvid, Narsapur, hayam, Ch. Gnannamma, M. Lu-
Rustumbada, Woodpeta, Rajah- cas, T. John, Kunjamma, P. Ma-
laundry, Lakavaram, Anthravedi, riamma, K. C. David, Deennam-
Sreerangapatnam, Mirthapadu, ma, L. B. Devasigarrioney, A.
Mandapeta, Rayyavaram, Bob- Grace, T. Grace, N. Isaiah, O.
bili, Mogha] Rajapuram. Israel, M. Jacob, K. Joseph.

WESTERN INDIA MISSION


Organized 1929
Territory: The Bombay Presidency, Post Office Address: 6 Dhondi
and Hyderabad State related Road, Devlali, Nasik Dist., India.
thereto by language; Wardha,
Nagpur, Chanda, Bhandara, Am- Officers:
raoiti, Akola, Buldana, and Yeot- Supt., J. S. James.
mal Districts of the Central Sec. and Treas.. J. S. 'James.
Provinces; Baroda, and other ad- Executive Committee: J. S.
jacent States. James, W. H. McHenry, L. C.
Population: 46,779,962; churches, Shepard, R. E. Loasby, 0. W.
10; members, 566. Lange, I. E. Spiess, L. G. 1,Vood.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION . ' 203

Department Secretaries: KOLHAPUR SECTION


Educational, F. E. Spiess.
Field Miss., L. C. Shepard; Asst. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Hat-
Field Miss., S. P. Umapati. kanagle, Kolhapiir State, India.
Home Miss., J. S. James. Director: .
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Licentiates:
Mrs. J. S. James. G. S. Borge, B. S. Devade, M. P.
Jadhay.
Ministers:
Other Indian Workers:
J. S. James, W. H. McHenry, B. Narde, V. Shinde, Dayabai
J. B. Carter, 0. W. Nolda, T. K.
Ludgate, S. T. Chandiker, L. G. Gaikwad.
Wood, C. C. Cantwell, R. E.
Loasby, F. E. Spiess. LASALGAON SECTION
Licentiate: S. S. Chaven.
Missionary Licentiates: Address: Western Indian Mission
Mrs. J. S. James, Mrs. F. E. Training School, Lasalgaon, Na-
Spiess, Miss F. Tuckey, S. P. sik Dist., India.
Umapati. Established 1920 (Anglo-Marathi
High School, 10th standard.)
BOMBAY SECTION Minister: F. E. Spiess.
School Staff:
Address: Sorab House, Garden Principal, F. E. Spiess.
Road, Colaba, Bombay, India. Teachers: C. Alexander, Mrs. J.
Minister: C. C. Cantwell. David, Rachael 13orge, S. Khan-
Missionary Licentiate: dagale, Mrs. F. E. Spiess, D. N.
Miss F. Tuckey. Ohol, S. S. Pandit.
Industries:
GUJERAT SECTION Farming:
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Civil In charge Sadanand Khanda-
Lines, Surat, India. gale.
Minister: T. K. Ludgate, Shahibag,
P. 0. 4, Ahmedabad, India. NEVASA SECTION
Licentiates:
0. W. Lange, Civil Lines, Surat, Address: S. D. A. Mission, Nevasa,
India. Ahmednagar Dist., India.
J. Macwan. Director: W. H. McHenry.
Missionary Licentiates: Minister: W. H. McHenry.
P. Phasge, C. K. Rathord. Missionary Licentiates:
R. K. Aswale, P. Bunsode, B. V.
CITY. OF KARACHI Nirmal, 0. B. Pakhre, T. B. Pak-
Minister: 0. W. Nolda, 27, McNeil hre, J. Walekar.
Road, Karachi, India. Bible Worker: Gracebai Bhakre.

KALYAN SECTION NAGPUR SECTION


Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kalyan, Address: Velloz Lodge, Clarke
India. Town, Nagpur, C. P., India.
Director: R. E. Loasby.
Director: J. B. Carter Ministers:
Minister: J. B. Carter. R. E. Loasby, L. G. Wood.
Licentiate: Daniel Bunsode.
Missionary Licentiates:
K. E. Bunsode, H. Khajekar, POONA SECTION
D. P. Borge., Address: Post Box 15, Poona, In-
Bible Worker: Hannabai Ballade. dia.
204 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION

Director: G. E. Enoch. Punjab Mission Boy's School,


Minister: G. F. Enoch. Chuharkana, N. W. Ry., Pun-
Missionary Licentiate: jab, India.
B. J. Hivale. Punjab Mission Girl's School,
Marathi Church School Teacher: Chichoki Mallian, District
A. L. Wood. Sheikhpura, India.
Rangoon Primary School, 30
INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTHERN Voyle Road, Rangoon, Burma.
ASIA DIVISION Santali-Hindi Girls'. School, S. D.
A Mission, Babumohal, P. 0.
Educational: Simultata, E. I. Ry., India.
Bengali Co-Educational Middle
English Boardine School, S. D. South India Union Training
A. Mission, P. b0. Gopalgunj, School, Krislmarajapuram,
Faridpur District, East Ben- Bangalore District, Mysore
gal, India. State, South India.
Calcutta Church Primary School, Vincent Hill School and Junior
36 Park Street, Calcutta, India. College, Mussoorie, India.
English Secondary School and Western India Mission Training
Singhalese Elementary School, School, S. D. A. Mission, "Asa].
Kottawa, Pannipittiya, Ceylon. gaon, G. I. P. Ry., India.
Hindi-Santali Elementary School, Publishing:
S. D. A. Mission, Karmatar, Oriental Watchman Publishing
E. I. Ry., India. House, Post Box 35, Poona,
Karen Mission School, Kama- India; with depots at Banga-
maung, Shwegon P. 0., via lore, Calcutta, Lucknow, Ran-
Maulmein, Burma. goon, and Deviali.
-Malayalam High School, S. D. A.
High School, Kottarakara MEDICAL
South Travancore, South India.
Hospitals and Sanitariums:
Meiktila Training School, Meik- Bobbili Mission Hospital of S. D.
tila, Burma. A., Bobbili, Vizagapatam Dis-
Myaungmya Primary School, trict, South India.
Mo So Kwin Road, Myaung- Chichoki Mallian Hospital, Chi-
mya, Burma. choki Mallian, N. W. Ry.,
Narsapur High School, S. D. A. India.
High School, Narsapur, West Giffard Mission Hospital of S.
Godavary, South India. (Tel- D. A., Nuzvid, Kistna District,
ugu Mission.) South India.
North Agra Mission Girls' School, Jalirpar Hospital, S. D. A. Mis-
S. D. A. Mission, Hapur, U. P., sion Hospital, P. 0. Jalirpar,
India. District Faridpur, Bengal,
Northeast India Mission Training India.
School, Baragain, Ranchi, Be- Narsapur Mission Hospital, Nar-
har and Orissa, India. sapur, West Godavary, South
India.
Northwest India Union Training Simla-Delhi Sanitarium Hydro-
School, The Retreat, Roorkee, Electric Institute, Simla, and
India. Delhi, India.
Prakasapuram High School, S. D. Dispensaries:
A. High School, Prakasapuram, Alambagh Dispensary, Central
Mukupeeri Post, Tinnevelly Agra Mission, 17 Abbott Road,
District, South India. Lucknow, India.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 205

Chuadanga Dispensary, S. D. A. Krishnarajapuram Dispensary,


Mission, Lingadha, Chuadanga Krishnarajapuram, Bangalore
P. 0., Nadia Dist., India. District, South India.
Gopalgunj Dispensary, Gopal- Meiktila Dispensary, Meiktila,
jung, Faridpur Dist., Bengal, Burma.
India.
Myaungmya Dispensary, Mo So
Hatkalandga Dispensary, Kolha-
Kwin Road, _ Myaungmya,
pur, India. Burma.
Htugyi Dispensary, S: D. A. Mis-
sion, Htugyi, Burma. Narsapur Town Dispensary, Na,r-
Kamamaung Dispensary, Kama- sapur, W. Godavary Dist.,
maung, Shwegon P. 0., via South India.
Maulinein, Burma. Palakol Dispensary, S. D. A.
Karmatar Dispensary, S. D. A. Mission, Palakol, West Godav-
Mission, Karmatar, E. I. Ry., ary Dist., India.
India.
Kottarakara Dispensary, S. D. A. Poona Dispensary, Post Box 15,
Mission, Kottarakara, Travan- Poona, India.
core, South India. Prakasapuram Dispensary, Pra-
Kottawa Dispensary, S. D. A. kasapuram, Mukupeeri Post,
Mission, Kottawa, Pannipitya, Tinnevelly District, South
Ceylon.
SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION
Organized 1928

Territory: Switzerland, Liechten- Medical and Religious Liberty,


stein, France, Monaco, Belgium, Dr. J. Nussbaum, 49 avenue
Luxembourg, Spain, Andorra, de la Grande Armee, Paris 16,
Portugal, Italy, Vatican State, France.
San Marino, Jugoslavia, Ru- Ministerial Assn., A. V. Olson.
mania, Tripolitania, Cyrenaica, Publishing and Associate Home
Algeria, Tunis, Morocco, Tangier, Miss., F. Charpiot.
Senegal, Mauritania, that por- Y. P. M. V. and Educational,
tion of French Equatorial Af- Steen Rasmussen.
rica that lies South of latitude Division Committee: A. V. Olson,
10 North, Madagascar, Comoro Steen Rasmussen, Fr. Brenn-
Islands, Mauritius and Depend- wald, D. N. Wall, F. Charpiot,
encies, Seychelles Islands, Rio de Dr. J. Nussbaum, H. Evard,
Oro and Portuguese Guinea; viz., W. Beach, Robert Gerber, L.
the Franco-Belgian, Swiss, Ru- Beer, H. Bauer, Jules Rey, P. P.
manian, and Jugoslavian Union Paulini.
Conferences, the Iberian, Italian,
and North African Union Mis-
sions, and the Equatorial Af- LABORERS HOLDING CREDEN-
rican, Madagascar, and Maurit- TIALS FROM THE SOUTHERN
ius Missions. EUROPEAN DIVISION
Population: 185,000,000; churches, Ministers:
767; members, 24,293.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: A. V. Olson, D. N. Wall, Steen
Advent, Berne. Telephone 34.181. Rasmussen, F. Charpiot, A.
Office Address: H6heweg 17, Berne, Vaucher, J. H. Weidner.
Switzerland. Licentiates:
Officers: F. Brennwald, Dr. J. Nussbaum,
Pres., A. V. Olson. Henri Evard, Maurice Tieche, F.
Sec., Steen Rasmussen. Pieringer.
Treasurer and Auditor, F. Brenn- Missionary Licentiates:
wald. Daniel Walther, Edith Geymet,
Department Secretaries: Jeanne Revert, Lydie Erdman,
Home Miss., Sabbath School, and Gretly Krebs, Erna Ihlenburg,
Field Miss., D. N. Wall. Hazel Olson.

FRANCO-BELGIAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1928

Territory: France, Monaco, Bel- Office Address: 130 Boulevard de


gium, and Luxembourg. PHOpital, Paris 13e, France.
Population: 48,823,200; churches, (Telephone, Gobelins, 6176).
64; members, 2,036. Officers:
Telegraphic Address: "Conference," Pres., W. R. Beach.
130 bid de l'H8pital, Paris 13e, See., Treas., and Auditor, Ch.
France. Wehrli.
206
SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 207

Executive Committee: W. R. Licentiates:


Beach, Ch. Wehrli, P. Badaut, Alfred De Ligne, Edouard Du-
Ch. Gerber, 0. Ganty, Dr. J. cret,:A. Lecoultre, F. Van Geel,
Nussbaum, G. Haberey, A. Vau- Rita Roba.
cher, G. Dem:net, M. Ringoot. Missionary Licentiates:
Department Secretaries: Henri Roeland, Jerome Van-
Field Miss.. and Home Miss., drom me, Jean Desmet, Mrs. Mar-
Gerard Desmet. guerite Magnus, J. Belloy, Miss
Medical, Dr. Jean Nussbaum. Rita' Roba.
Sabbath School, Ch. Wehrli.
Y. P. M. V., W. R. Beach. EAST FRANCE CONFERENCE
Ministers: Organized 1919
W. R. Beach, Ch. Gerber. Territory: The departments of
Honorary: J. Vuilleumier.
Bas-Rhin, Haut-Rhin, Moselle,
Licentiates: G. Desmet. Meurthe et Moselle, Vosges,
Honorary: D. Lecoultre.
Haute-Si-1,0m, Meuse, Haute-
Missionary Licentiates: Marne, the territory of Belfort
0. Ganty, Ch. Wehrli. and Luxembourg.
Population: 4,000,000; churches,
BELGIAN CONFERENCE 16; members, 423.
Office: 5 Boulevard d'Anvers,
Organized 1920 Strasbourg, Alsace, France.
Territory: Belgium. Officers:
Population: 8,125,000; churches, Pres., Georges Haberey.
11; members, 532. Sec. and Treas., Charles Zigan.
Office: 11-13, rue Ernest Allard, Executive Committee: Georges
Brussels, Belgium. (Telephone, Haberey, F. Fochmans, M. Frid-
113680.) lin, Charles E. Roesch,
Officers: G. Kiehl.
Pres., M. Ringoot. Legal Assn.: Societe Missionnaire
Sec. and Treas., H. J. Roeland. de l'Est de la France: Bld d'An-
Executive Committee: M. Rin- vers 5, Strasbourg, France.
goot, Fr. Lavanchy, J. L. Loots, Department Secretaries:
Henri Roeland, A. Roeland, A. Book and Bible House, Charles
Hanston. Zigan.
Legal Assn.: "Association des Ze- Field Miss., E. Brobecker.
lateurs de la Conference Beige Home Miss. and Religious bib..
des Adventistes du Septieme G. Haberey.
Jour," 11-13, rue Ernest Allard, Sabbath Sch., Ch. Zigan.
Brussels, Belgium. Y. P. M. V.. E. Brobecker.
Department Secretaries: Ministers:
Book and Bible House, Henri Georges Haberey, J. P. Frei, Al-
Roeland. bert Junginger, Charles Kamm,
Field Miss., Jean Desmet. F. Fochmans.
Home Miss., Albert Roeland. Licentiates:
Rel. Lib. and Educational, M. Jean Hof, Chr. Feld, M. Fridlin.
Ringoot. Missionary Licentiates:
Sab. Sch., Andre Lecoultre. Ch. Zigan, E. Brobecker, Miss
Y. P. M. V., Fr. Lavanchy. W. Hockenberger, Mrs. F. Bro-
Ministers: becker, Miss J. Gutekunst.
Marcel Ringoot, Jacob Wibbens, Church School: 5, boulevard d'-
J. L. Loots, Albert Roeland, Fr. Anvers, Strasbourg.
Lavanchy. Teacher: Paul Bernard.
208 SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

NORTH FRANCE CONFERENCE quelin, Miss G. Weidner, Miss A.


Liotier.
Organized 1923
Territory: Departments north of
Charente Inferieure, Charente, SOUTH FRANCE CONFERENCE
Haute - Vienne, Creuse, Allier, Organized 1923
&Lime et Loire, and Ain; and
west of Meuse, Haute-Marne, Territory: Departments south of
and Haute-Saene. Vendee, Deux Sevres, Vienne,
Population: 22,000,000; churches, Indre, Cher, Nievre, (Mae d'Or,
13; members, 533. Haute-Savoie, Doubs, and the
Office: 130 Boulevard de PFIepital, principality of Monaco.
Paris 13e, France. (Telephone, Population: 16,000,000; churches,
Gobelins, 6176.) 24; members, 548.
Telegraphic Address: "Conference," Office: 5 Boulevard Longchamp,
130, boulevard de 1'HOpital, Paris Marseille, France.
13e, France. Officers:
Officers: Pres., P. Badaut.
Pres., W. R. Beach. Sec. and Treas., R. Birckel.
Sec. and Treas.,- Ch. Wehrli. Executive Committee: Paul Ba-
Executive Committee: W. R. daut, R. Birckel, L. Boyer,
Beach, Ch. Wehrli, L. A. Mathy, Maurice Tieche, A. Vuilleumier.
P. Meyer, J. C. Guenin, G. Legal Assn.: Association Cultuelle
Grisier, E. Marie. de -la Conf. des Adv. du 7e,
Legal Assn.: North France Conf. Jour du Midi de la France, 5,
S. D. A., Assn., 130 Blvd. de boulevard Longchamp, Marseille,
PHOpital, Paris 13, France. France.
Department Secretaries: Department Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, Ch. Book and Bible House, Robert
Wehrli. Birckel.
Field Miss., M. Guenin. Field Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Home Miss., G. Desmet. C. Nassogne.
Medical, Dr. Jean Nussbaum. Home Miss. and Rel. Lib., Paul
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Badaut.
L. Gerber. Sabbath School, R. Birckel.
Ministers: Ministers:
Paul Meyer, L. A. Mathy, J. C. " P. Badaut, E. Fawer, 0. Meyer,
Guenin. A. Gavot.
Licentiates: Licentiates:
L. Gerber, Ch. Winandy, G. Cor- Willy Fuchs, Paul B6nezech, R.
ral, R. Kloetty. Poilbarbe, G. .Nassogne.
Missionary Licentiates: Missionary Licentiates:
Haigner6, R. Buyek, M. Cue- Robert Thicket Miss Germaine
nin, Mrs. J. Dethiers, Miss M. Ferciot, Miss Marthe Cheva-
Roth, E. Huguenin Miss 0. Van- lieras.

IBERIAN UNION 'MISSION


Organized 5926
Territory: The Spanish, and the Population: About 29,033,000;
Portuguese Missions; viz., Spain churches, 17; members, 675.
and Portugal, including Canary, Telegraphic Address: Advent, Mad-
Maderia, and Azores Islands. rid.
SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 209

Office: Calle Covarrubias 28, Mad- Ministers:


rid, Spain. A. D. Gomes, H. F. Neumann,
Postal Address: Apartado 4078, Licentiates:
Madrid, Spain. A. F. Raposo, F. Simo0s, M.
Officers: Lourinho.
Supt., Robert Gerber. Missionary Licentiates:
Sec. And Treas., 0. C. Barrett. Manuel Leal, Pedro Ribeiro.
Executive Committee: R. Gerber,
0. C. Barrett, J. C. Culpepper,
Hans Struve, A. D. Gomes, R. MADEIRA ISLANDS MISSION
FitO, E. P. Mansell, H. F. Neu-
mann, J. Bois. Entered 1931, organized 1933
Department Secretaries: Territory: The Madeira Islands.
Field Miss, and Home Miss., J. C. Population: 179,000; churches, 1;
Culpepper. members, 40.
Sabbath School and Educational, Address: Rua dos Ferreiros 110,
Robert Gerber. Funchal, Madeira Island.
Y. P. M. V., 0. C. Barrett. Director: E. V. Hermanson.
Minister: Robert Gerber. Sec.-Treas.: E. V. Hermanson.
Honorary: Pedro Sanz, Vicente Licentiate: E. V. Hermanson.
Juan Garcia.
Licentiate: J. C. Culpepper. AZORES ISLANDS MISSION
Missionary Licentiate: STATION
0. C. Barrett. Population: 270,000.
Institutions: Address: Ponta Delgada, Silo Mi-
Spanish Publishing House, Apar- guel, Azores Islands.
tado 4078, Madrid, Spain. Director: E. P. Mansell.
Portuguese Publishing House, Minister: E. P. Mansell.
Rua Joaquim Bonifacio, M. A.,
Lisbon, Portugal.
SPANISH MISSION
PORTUGUESE MISSION Organized 1903; reorganized 1932
Territory: Spain, Baleares and
Organized 1904 Canary Islands.
Territory: Portugal. Population: 23,000,000; churches;
Population: 6,033,000; churches, 10; members, 358.
6; members, 277. Office: Calle Covarrubias 28, Mad-
Office: Rua Joaquim Bonifacio, M. rid, Spain.
A., Lisbon, Portugal. Postal Address: Apartado 4078,
Officers: Madrid, Spain.
Director, A. D. Gomes. Officers:
Sec. and Treas.,- P. Ribeiro. Director, Robert Gerber.
Mission Committee: A. D. Sec. and Treas., 0. C. Barrett.
Gomes, H. F. Neumann, A. F. Mission Committee: R. Gerber,
Raposo, M. Lourinho, M. Leal. 0. C. Barrett, Hans Struve, R. L.
Department Secretaries: Odom, I. Aguilar.
Book and Bible House, P. Ri- Department Secretaries:
beiro. Book and Bible House, R. Fit.
Field Miss. and Home Miss., Field Miss. and Home Miss.,
Manuel Leal. J. C. Culpepper.
Sabbath Sch., H. F. Neumann. Sabbath School, Mrs. R. Gerber.
Y. P. M. V., M. Lourinho. Y. P. M. V., I. Aguilar.
210 SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Ministers: Aguilar, S. M. Iserte, Julio


Hans Struve, R. L. Odom, Jose
Boix. Missionary Licentiates:
Licentiates: I. Gonzalez, E. Abenia, Felix Val-
A. J. Lopez, 0. A. Succar, Isidro tuefia, R. Fab, C. Comabella.

ITALIAN UNION MISSION


Organized 1928

Territory: Italy, Sicily, Sardinia, Officers:


and San Marino. Director, L. Beer.
Population: 43,000,000; churches, Sec. and Treas., 0. Fenz.
27; members; 645. Mission Committee: L. Beer, G.
Office Address: Via Trieste 17, Fenz, G. Ferraro, E. Bertalot,
Florence, Italy. (Tel., 42850) R. Bongini.
Post Office Address: Casella Pos- Department Secretaries:
tale 408, Florence, Italy. Field Miss., G. Ferraro.
Officers: Sabbath Scool, Miss Al. L. Ve-
Supt., L. Beer. nerella.
Assist., G. L. Lippolis. Ministers:
Sec. and Treas., G. Fenz. G.. Pferschy, E. Bertalot; A.
Executive Committee: L. Beer, Karl, C. H. Loosen.
G. L. Lippolis, G. Fenz, G. Fer- Licentiates:
raro, G. Cupertino, 0. Pferschy, R. Bongini, E. Libonati, 0. Ca-
V. Speranza, A. Karl. valcante, G. Fischer.
Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., Giuseppe Ferraro. Missionary Licentiate:
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V. and Miss F. Corbascio.
Sabbath School, L. Beer.
Ministers:
L. Beer, G. L. Lippolis. SOUTH ITALIAN MISSION
Licentiate: G. Ferraro.
Missionary Licentiates: Organized 1928
G. Fenz, Miss M. L. Venerella, Territory: The provinces of Mar-
Miss M. Pieroni, Miss M. Lip- che, Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzi-
polis. Molise, the Vatican State, Cam-
pania, Puglie, Basilicata, Cala-
bria, and the island of Sicily.
NORTH ITALIAN MISSION Population: 18,500,000; churches,
Organized 1928 12; members, .284.
Territory: The provinces of Pie- Office Address: Piazza Filangieri
monte, Lombardia, Liguria, Ve- 225, Napoli, Italy.
netia, Emilia, Toscana, the re-
public of San Marino, and the Officers:
island of Sardinia. Director, G. Cupertino.
Sec. and Treas., Miss D. Berta-
Population: 24,500,000; churches, lot.
15; members, 361. Mission Committee: G. Cuper-
Office Address: Via Trieste 17, tino, R. Magni, V. Speranza, R.
Florence, Italy. Valerio, G. Ferraris.
SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 211

Department Secretaries: Licentiates:


Field Miss., R. Magni. D. Asiano, N. Marzocchini, G.
Sabbath School, G. Cupertino: Ferraris.
Ministers: Missionary Licentiates:
G. Cupertino, V. Speranza, R. R. Magni, G. Cesario, Miss D.
Valerio. Bertalot, Miss M. Infranco.

JUGOSLAVIAN UN ION CONFERENCE


Organiz ed roz5
Territory: The Kingdom of Jugo- Sec. and Treas., W. Schupnik.
slavia; viz., the Danube, Morava, Executive Committee: N. Slan-
and Sava Conferences. kamenac, M. Mora, K. Kastl, I.
Population: 13,000,000; churches, Danyi, Z. Milovanov.
106; members, 2,526. Department Secretaries:
Cable and Tel. Address: Preporod, Field Miss., Z. Krdjalic.
Beograd, Jugoslavia. Home Miss., N. Slankamenac.
Office Address: Zeleni Venac No. Y. P. M. V. and Sabbath School,
VI, Beograd, Jugoslavia. (Tele- N. Slankamenac.
phone, 24931.) Ministers:
Officers: N. Slankamenac, Dj. Kalezi6, I.
Pres., H. Bauer. Danyi, K. Kastl, D. KrstiC.-
Sec. and Treas., W. Schupnik. Licentiates:
Executive Committee: H. Bauer, A. Schleicher, St. Strangar.
A. Mocnik, R. Schillinger, N.
Slankamenac, A. Lorencin, Z.
Krdjalic, IV. Schupnik, M. Tri-
funac. MORAVA CONFERENCE
Department Secretaries: Organized 1931
Field Miss., Z. Krdjalic. Territory: Morayska, Vardarska,
Asst. Field Miss., P. Petrovic.. and Zetska banovina.
Y. P. M. V., Sabbath School, Population: 3,345,000; churches,
and Home Miss., M. Trifunac. 21; members, 621.
Ministers: Office Address: Zeleni Venac
H. Bauer, A. Moenik, T. M. Beograd, Jugoslavia.
Trifunac, T. R. Sehillinger. Officers:
Licentiate: Z. Krdjali6 Pres., A. Lorencin.
Missionary Licentiates: Treas., W. Schupnik.
W. Schupnik, P. PetrovW., D. Executive Committee: A. Lor-
encin, R. Radivojevic, W. Schup-
nik, St. Petrovic, M. Sudan.
DANUBE CONFERENCE Department Secretaries:
Organized 1925 Field Miss., Z. Krdjalic.
Y. P. M. V., Sabbath School, and
Territory: Dunayska and Drinska Home Miss., A. Lorencin.
banovina.
Population: 3,765,000; churches, Ministers:
56; members, 1,351. A. Lorencin, R. Radivojevic, Dj.
Office Address: Petra Zrinjskog Semkovi.
ulica 13, Novi Sad, Jugoslavia. Licentiate: St. Petrovic.
Officers: Missionary Licentiate:
Pres., N. Slankamenac. B. Radovanovie.
212 SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

SAVA CONFERENCE Executive Committee: M. Lude-


wig, R. Schillinger, J. Plesko,
Organized 1925 M. Sareanski, S. Sarcevic.
Territory: Sayska, Drayska, Department Secretaries:
baska, and Primorska banovina. Field Miss., Z. Krdjalic.
Population: 4,990,000; churches, Sabbath School, Y. P. M. V. and
29; members, 554. Home Miss., M. Ludewig.
Office Address: DeZelii!eva 77, Za-
greb, Jugoslavia. Ministers:
Officers: M. Ludewig, J. Plesko, M. Sar-
Pres., M. Ludewig. canski.
Sec. and Treas., W. Schupnik. Licentiate: V. Plesko.

NORTH AFRICAN UNION MISSION


Organized 1928

Territory: Algeria, French Mor- Sec. and Treas., Werner Lagger.


occo, Spanish Morocco, Tangier, Mission Committee: Jules Rey,
Tunis, Tripolitania, Cyrenaica. Werner Lagger, Joseph A/Ward,
Population: 16,000,000; churches, P. Douay, H. Pichot, L. Barral.
10; members, 270.
Department Secretaries:
Postal Address: Institut "Vie et Field Miss. and Y. P. M. V.,
Sante" Parc d'Hydra, Birman- J. Medard.
dreis (Alger), Algeria. Home Miss., A. Meyer.
Officers: Sabbath School, Jules Rey.
Supt., Jules Rey,
Sec. and Treas., Werner Lagger. Ministers:
Executive Committee: Jules Rey, Eugene Rey, A. Meyer.
Werner Lagger, Albert Meyer, Licentiates:
Henri Pichot, Dr. Hilborn, Jo- A. Bard, H. Pichot, P. Douay,
seph Medard, Jean Reynaud. A. Arnone.
Department Secretaries:
Field Miss. and Y. P. M. V., Missionary Licentiates:
J. M0dard. P. Girard, Miss L. Bonnet.
Home Miss. and Sabbath School,
Jules Rey.
Minister: Jules Rey. Legal Corporation
Missionary Licentiates:
W. Lagger, J. Medard, Name: Association Philanthropique
des Amis des Malades. (Philan-
thropic Society of the Friends of
the Sick.)
ALGERIAN MISSION
Postal Address: Institut "Vie et
Organized 1905; reorganized 1928 Sante" Parc d'Hydra, Birman-
Territory: Algeria and Tunis. dreis (Alger), Algeria.
Population: 11,000,000; churches,
8; members, 217. Officers:
Postal Address: Institut "Vie et Pres., Jules Rey.
Sante" Parc d'Hydra, Birman- Sec.-Treas., P. Douay.
dreis (Alger), Algeria. Other members of the board:
Officers: J. Reynaud, A. Bard, W. Lagger,
Director, Jules Rey. J. Medard, E. Muscat.
SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 213

MOROCCAN MISSION Sec. and Treas., David Riemens.


Organized 1928 Mission Committee: J. Reynaud,
H. Rebsomen, F. Ferrand, V. Ar-
Territory: French and Spanish none, D. Riemens.
Morocco, and Tangier. Department Secretaries:
Population: 5,000,000; churches, Field Miss.,
2; members, 53. Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and
Office Address: Mission Adventiste, Sabbath School, F. Ferrand.
Boulevard Joffre, Casablanca, Minister: Jean Reynaud.
Morocco. Licentiate: David Riemens.
Officers: Missionary Licentiate:
Director, J. Reynaud. F. Ferrand.

RUMANIAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organised 1959
Territory: All of Rumania, as per "Cuvantul Evangheliei"
boundaries determined by the (Society for the extension of Evan-
treaty of peace, viz., the East gelical work)
Muntenian, West Muntenian,
North Moldavian, South Molda- Address: Str. Mitropolitul Ghena-
vian, Transylvanian and Banat- die Petrescu 116, Bucuresti IV,
Crisana Conferences. Rumania.
Population: 18,000,000; churches, Officers:
471; members, 14,864. Pres., Arthur Widireanu.
Cable Address: P. P. Paulini, La- Vice-Pres., Petru Paunescu.
birint, 116, Bucharest. Sec., D. M. Faurescu.
Office Address: Str. Mitropolitul Executive Committee: A. Va-
Ghenadie Petrescu No. 116, Bu- careanu, P. Paunescu, D. M.
curesti IV., Rumania. Faurescu, P. P. Paulini, C. Po-
Officers: pescu.
Pres., P. P. Paulini. Purpose: Publishing of Christian
See., Treas., and Auditor, Arthur literature and buying of build-
Vacareanu. ings for publishing work, treat-
Executive Committee: P. P. ment rooms, meeting halls, etc.
Paulini, St. Demetrescu, P. H. Building Association:
Hermann, N. Dorobat, D. Florea, Office Address: Str. Mitropolitul
A. Vacareanu, I. Reit, St. Kele- Ghenadie Petrescu 116, Bucu-
men, C. Alexe, C. Popescu, V. resti IV, Rumania.
Mocanu, M. Manehen, I. Dragu- Officers:
sin. Pres. and Treas., Arthur VacA-
Department Secretaries: reanu.
Field Miss., N. Dorobilt. Sec., D. M. Filureseu.
Home Miss., Sab. Sch. and Y. P. Executive Committee: Union
M. V., P. H. Hermann. Conference Committee.
Religious Lib., St. Demetrescu.
Asst. Rel. Lib., V. Diaconescu.
Ministers: BANAT-CRISANA CONFERENCE
P. P. Paulini, St. Demetrescu,
D. Florea, P. H. Hermann. Organized 1920
Licentiates: Territory: Banat, Crisana, Mara-
A. Vacareanu, N. Dorobat. mures and jud. Huniedoara.
Legal Society: Societate Ano- Population: 3,074,000; churches,
nima Actiuni. .58; members, 1,580.
214 SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Office Address: Pieta General Dra- Licentiates:


galina (fost Scudier) 4, Timi- D. Ceausu, T. Coconcea, F. Ma-
soara IV, Rumania. teescu.
Officers: Missionary Licentiates:
Pres., Ioan Reit. I. P. Ahusef, I. Danila, D. Gheor-
Sec. and Treas., Gheorghe Ra- ghitil.
d6i.
Executive Committee: Ioan Reit,
G. Radoi, G. Motorca, A. Indri- NORTH MOLDAVIAN CONFER-
ciiu, I. Rndulescu, S. Taity, N. ENCE
Pintea. Organized 1928
Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., Sigismund Taity. Territory: Northern part of Mol-
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V. and davia, Bucovina and part of
Sabbath School, St. Czedula. Bessarabia.
Ministers: Population: 2,600,000; churches,
I. Reit, Oh. Motorca, I. Radii- 06; members, 2,305.
lescu, I. Gaspar, I. Pastor, F. Office Address: Str. Cohanovschi 1,
Cionca, D. Irod. Cernauti, Rumania.
Licentiates: Officers:
Z. Rad, D. Farkas, Oh. Radoi. Pres., M. Manchen.
Missionary Licentiates: Sec. and Treas., Constantin An-
S. Taity, St. Czedula, C. Csong- dries.
vai, P. Crisan. Executive Committee: M. Man-
chen, C. Andries, Leon Balan,
N. Gheorghita, C. Grajdinoiu-
EAST MUNTENIAN CONFER- Ioneseu, I. Tremel, I. Pelepciuc.
ENCE
Department Secretaries:
Organized 1928 Field Miss., N. Gheorghita.
Territory: East Muntenia and Do- Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and
brogea. Sabbath Sch., Leon Balan.
Population: 2,000,000; churches, Ministers:
68; members, 2,164. M. Manchen, P. Morosan, V.
Office Address: Str. Domia Billase Tolan, C. Grajdinoiu-Ionescu, G.
46, Ploesti, Rumania. Lehaci, Leon Balen.
Officers: Licentiates:
Pres., C. Popeseu. A. Popov, T. Miriuca.
Sec. and Treas., T. Coconcea. Missionary Licentiates:
Executive Committee: C. Po- Ioan Dantos, N. Gheorghita, C.
pescu, I. Stroescu, P. Olteanu, Andries
T. Dobre, I. Mihailov, T. Cocon- Honorary: P. Kostomski, G. Na-
cea, F. Dumitrescu. hirni.
Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., Dumitru 'Gheorg-
SOUTH MOLDAVIAN- CONFER-
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and ENCE
Sabbath School, Iordan Mi- Organized 1928
hailov. Territory: South Moldavia and
Ministers: Part of Bessarabia.
C. Popescu, P. Piumescu, St. Population: 2,200,000; churches,
Onatu, T. Dobre, A. Petrescu, 49; members, 1,572.
P. Olteanu, D. Cristil, S. Pope, Office Address: Strada N. Saveanu
L Mihailov, M. Ganea. 10, Foesani, Rumania.
SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 215

Officers: Ministers:
Pres., N. Alexe. St. Kelemen, J. Weber, P. Betea,
Sec. and Treas., Tanase R. Mate- W. R. Steinmeier, B. Balas, I.
escu. Toltessy, R. Kestner, A. Mus-
Executive Committee: N. Alexe, tafa, V. Truppel.
T. R. Mateescu, Gr. Dasoveanu, Licentiates:
V. Zamfir, I. Prevlitz, N. Pahon- A. Nemes, P. Mucusan, Th. Icon-
cea, V. Besleagh. derth, J. Gottfert, D. Csongvai.
Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., Vasile Zamfir. WEST MUNTENIAN CONFER-
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and ENCE
Sabbath School, I. Prevlitz.
Organized 1928
Ministers: -
N. Alexe, Gr. Dasoveanu, D. Fau- Territory: West Muntenia and
rescu, C. Munteanu, W. R. Rein- Oltenia.
heimer, I: Petrescu, A. Panait, Population: 3,400,000; churches,
N. Arcaliefscky. 112; Members, 4,217.
Licentiates: Office Address: Strada Popa Tatu
V. Zamfir, I. Prevlitz, Gh. Luca, 38, Bucuresti II, Rumania.
T. R. Mateescu. Officers:
Missionary Licentiate: Pres., Vlad
M. Hioaril. See. and Treas., loan Danetiu.
Executive Committee: V. Mo-
TRANSYLVANIAN CONFER- canu, I. Danetiu, D. Badeseu, A.
ENCE Duieft, S. Stefithesco, F. Minl-
Organized 1911. eseu T. Negoescu.
Territory: Transylvania. Department Secretaries:
Field Miss., N. Dorobilt.
Population: 2,700,000; churches, Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and
118; members, 3,026. Sabbath School, D. RAdescu.
Office Address: Strada Clemen- Ministers:
ceau 5/a, Cluj, Rumania. V. Mocanu, I. Toma, Gh. Sthn-
Officers: escu, A. Duica, N. Voinea, C.
Pres., Stefan Kelemen. Trascil, D. Para,schiv, S. Stefan-
Sec. and Treas., Pavel Mucusan. eseu, D. Roibescu, I. Gheorghisor,
Asst. Sec., Elena Laszlo. D. Bfidescu.
Executive Committee: St. Kele- Licentiates:
men, P. Mucusan, B. Balas, P. I. Diinetiu, I. Tachici, N. Marin-
Stefan, B. Ecsedi, A. Mustafa. escu, A. Rizea.
Department Secretaries: Missionary Licentiates:
Field Miss., Alexandru Nemes. I. Solea, Gh. Bach', L. Constan-
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and tin.escu, V. Georgescu, I. Curmh-
Sabbath School, A. Mustafa. tureanu..

SWISS UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1928
Territory: Switzerland and Liecht- Office Address: Stampfenbach-
enstein; viz., the German Swiss strasse 85, Ziirich, Switzerland.
and the Leman Conferences. Officers:
Population: 4,000,000; churches, Pres., A. V. Olson.
54; members, 2,389. Sec.-Treas., 0. Fasnacht.
216 SOU THERic EUROPEAN DIVISION

Executive Committee: A. V. Ol- Licentiates:


son, 0. Fasnacht, F. Charpiot, .V. Mittler, E. Bachmann, A. Uhr,
Dr. H. Muller, U. Augsburger, E. Forster.
Steen Rasmussen, G. Weber, E. Missionary Licentiates:
Haring, J. Fehr, G. Muller, A. E. Haring, J. Bollier, N. Stuber,
Haenel, H. Schild, A. Schluchter, Miss B. Schmidt, Miss E. Tobler,
H. Willi, Ch. Monnier. Miss E. Haas, Miss M. Rommel.
Legal Assn., Societal Philanthrop-
ique de la Ligniere, Gland
(Vaud), Switzerland.
Department Secretaries: LEMAN CONFERENCE
Field Miss., F. Charpiot. . Organized 1884
Home Miss., Y. P. M. V., and Territory: The French-speaking
Sabbath School, Steen Ras- parts of Switzerland.
mussen.
Ministers: Vital Monnier. Population: About 1,300,000;
Honorary: J. Curdy, E. Frauehi- churches, 20; members, 983.
ger, H. Meyer-Bartschy. Office: 8 Avenue de l'Eglise Ang-
Licentiate: laise, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Honorary: H. Provin. Officers:
Pres., Ulysse Augsburger.
GERMAN-SWISS CONFERENCE Sec. and Treas., G. Weber.
Executive Committee: Ulysse
Organized 1901 Augsburger, G. Weber, Ch. Veu-
Territory: German and Romansh- they, Ch. Monnier, R. Guenin, E.
speaking parts of Switzerland Magnin, L. Rochat.
and Liechtenstein. Department Secretaries:
Population: About 2,700,000; Book and Bible House, G. Weber.
churches, 34; members, 1,406. Educational, D. Walther.
Office: Stampfenbachstr. 85, Ztirich, Field Miss. and Home Miss., Ch.
Switzerland. Veuthey.
Officers: Medical, Dr. P. A. De Forest.
Pres., H. Willi. Sabbath Sch. and Y. P. M. V.,
Sec. and Treas., E. Haring. Charles Monrii er.
Auditor, 0. Fasnacht.
Executive Committee: H. Willi, Ministers:
E. HUring, N. Stuber, R. Balder, U. Augsburger, A. Schmid, Ch.
A. Rupp, A. Schluchter, A. Merz, Monnier, E. Veuthey, Th. Schre-
A. Buser, A. Walther. yak.
Legal Assn.: German Swiss Build- Licentiates:
ing Assn., 85, Stampfenbachstr. W. Ruf, W. Rills.
Zurich, Switzerland. Missionary Licentiates:
Department Secretaries: G. A. Weber, Charles Veuthey,
Book and Bible House, Jakob Mrs. Henriette Meyrial.
Bonier,
Field Miss., N. Stuber. Church Schools:
Sabbath School, Home Miss., and "La Ligniere," Gland (Vaud),
Y. P. M. V., Y. Buttler. Switzerland.
Ministers: Teacher, Miss Louise Berlie.
H. Willi, R. Bahler, J. Fehr, La Chaux-de-Fonds, 39, rue du
K. Sturzenegger, J. Bommer, A. Temple Allemand, Switzer-
Rupp, G. Tobler, K. Fischbacher, land.
0. Hollenweger. Teacher: Miss Lucie Villeneuve.
DETACHED MISSIONS
EQUATORIAL AFRICAN' Telephone, Tananarive No. 291.
MISSION Officers:
Director, M. J. Bureaud.
Entered 1928 Sec. and Treas., H. L. Henriksen.
Territory: The Cameroon, Ouban- Mission Committee: M. J. Bu-
gui-Chari, Middle Congo, Gabon, reaud, E. Benezech, H. L. Hen-
Spanish-Guinea, Fernando-Po, riksen, J. Ramamonjisoa, A.
St. ThomaA and neighboring is- Rasamoelina, C.. Tolici.
lands. Department Secretaries:
Population: 2,400,000; churches, Field Miss., Raterarivelo.
2; members, 93. Home Miss., and Y. P. M. V.,
Postal Address: Mission Adven- E. Benezech.
tiste, Nanga-Eboko, par Ya- Sabbath School, H. L. Henrik-
ounde, Cameroon, West Africa. sen.
Officers: Ministers:
Supt., M. Raspal. M. J. Bureaud, E. Benezech, C.
Sec.-Treas., J. Erzberger. Tolici.
Executive Committee: M. Ras- Licentiate: A. Long.
pal, J. Erzberger, A. NI. Sallee, Missionary Licentiates:
Z. Yeretzian. Mrs. M. J. Bureaud, Mrs. C.
Department Secretaries: Educa- Tolici, Mrs. A. Long, Mrs. E.
tional and Y. P. M. V., Z. Yeret- Benezech, H. L. Henriksen, Mrs.
zian. H. L. Henriksen, Miss L. Haran,
Sabbath School, J. Erzberger. Miss B. Ranorohanta, A. Rasa-
Minister: M. Raspal. moelina, J. Ramamonjisoa, J.
Licentiates: Bar-Joel, N. Rajanoize, J. W.
A. M. Sallee, Z. Yeretzian. Ralibera, Razanajatovo, Ratera-
Missionary Licentiates: rivelo.
J. Erzberger, Mrs. J. Erzberger, Institutions:
Mrs. A. M. Sallee, Mrs. Z. Publishing House, "Fitarikan-
Yeretzian, Ch. Cornaz. dro," Ambohijatovo, Tanana-
Teachers: 14 natives, and 37 cate- rive; Manager, Secretary, and
chists. Treasurer, H. L. Henriksen.
Mission Schools: 2. Schools: Tananarive; teachers,
Village Schools: 26. H. L. Henriksen, B. R.anoro-
Mission Stations: lianta, Miss L. Rasoazananoro.
Nanga-Eboko and Batouri. Andina; teacher, Miss V. Ra-
Dispensary: Nanga-Eboko. kat n anga.
MADAGASCAR MISSION .MAURITIUS MISSION
Entered 1926
Entered 1914
Territory: Madagascar and De-
pendencies, viz. Comoro Islands, Territory: Islands of Mauritius,
etc. Reunion, Seychelles and Rodri-
Population: 4,000,000; churches, guez.
7; members, 311. Population: 640,000; churches 9;
Cable Address: "Adventiste, Tana- members, 484.
narive." Telegraphic Addresses: "Advent-
Office Address: Mission Adventiste, ists" Mauritius; "Adventists"
Ambohijatovo, Tananarive, Mad- Seychelles; "Adventists" Rodri-
agascar. guez (respectively).
217
218 SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Office Address: Salisbury Road, French Publishing House, Li-


Rose Hill, Mauritius, Indian brairie "Les Signes des Temps," .
Ocean. 92 avenue Anatole Jacquin,
Officers: Dammarie-les-Lys (S. et M.),
Director, A. J. Girou. France.
Treas., Marguerite Ithier. Italian Publishing House, Via
Local Committee: A. J. Girou, Trieste 17, Florence, Italy.
F. Augsburger, M. Johnson, M. Jugoslavian Publishing House,
Noel, N. Cangy, A. Latter. Izdavaeka Knjqara "Prepo-
Legal Assn.: The Seventh-day Ad- rod," Zeleni Venac No. 1, Bel-
ventist Diocese of Mauritius. grade, Jugoslavia.
Department Secretaries: Maagascar Publishing House,
Home Miss., Lydia Le Wane. "Fitarikandro," Ambohijatovo,
Sabbath School, Alice Le Meme. Tananarive, Madagascar.
Y. P. M. V., F. Augsburger. Mauritius Mission Depository,
Ministers: Librairie Polyglotte, Salisbury
Dr. A. J. Giro'', F. Augsburger. St., Rose Hill, Mauritius, In-
Missionary Licentiates: dian Ocean.
E. Michel, C. Cuniah, L. A. Hen- Portuguese Publishing House,
riot, G. Sibilant, D. Ignace, D. Rua Joaquim Bonifacio, M. A.,
Munroop, Mrs. F. Molkennah, Lisbon, Portugal.
Mrs. A. J. Girou, Mrs. F. Augs- Rumanian Publishing House;
burger, Alice Le Meme, Margue- "Cuvlintul Evangheliei," S. A.
rite Ithier, Lydia Le Meme. Institut de Arte Grafice si
Editurii, Strada Mitrop. Ghe-
nadie Petrescu 116, Bucharest
INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTH- IV., Rumania.
ERN EUROPEAN DIVISION Spanish Publishing House, Apar-
tado 4078, Madrid, Spain.
Educational: Book and Bible House Advent
Jugoslavian Union Training Verlag, .Stampf enbachstrasse
School, Pantoveak 121, Zag-
85, Ziirich, Switzerland.
reb, Jugoslavia.
Sanitarium:
Rumanian Union Training
Lake Geneva Sanitarium, ."La
School, asuta Postal5 No. 71, Etablissemenf Phys-
Brasov, Rumania.
Seminaire Adventiste du Saleve, iotherapique du Leman, Gland,
Collonges-sous-Saleve, Haute- Canton de Vaud, Switzerland.
Savoie, France. Food Factories:
Publishing: " Phag," Gland, Canton de Vaud,
Algerian Publishing House, Parc Switzerland.
d'Hydra, Birmandreis ( Alger), " Pur Aliment," Rue du Mont-
Algeria. Cenis 128, Paris XVIII, France.

FEDERATION (DIVISION) OF SEVENTH-DAY


ADVENTISTS IN UNION OF SOCIALIST
SOVIET REPUBLICS
Organized 5920; Reorganized 5928
(Because of certain conditions, it is impossible to report further than
above respecting any organizations or work in the preceding territory.)
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
OUTLINE OF COURSES IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
As a result of various actions taken by the Educational Department,
it is recommended that the work of our intermediate schools, academies,
and colleges be organized upon a semester basis, each semester to
be subdivided approximately into three periods of six weeks each. It
was also recommended that the credits given in these schools be
reckoned upon a unit basis, one unit representing a study pursued 36
weeks with five recitations a week, forty-five minutes in length, or its
equivalent; that college credits be given on the semester-hour basis, a
semester-hour representing a study pursued one sixty-minute hour a
week for eighteen weeks. The scope of the various courses conducted
in these schools is as follows:
Grades Years
Intermediate Course 7-10 4
Academic Course, 9-12 4
College Course (General) 13-16 4
College Course (Special) :
For Ministers (Complete) 13-16 4
For Ministers (Shorter Course) 13,14 2
For Bible Workers and Missionaries
one- and two-year courses
Teachers (Elementary) 13,14 2
Business and Shorthand 13,14 2
Business only 13, 14 2
Secretarial 13, 14 2
Music the conservatory course
College Course (Medical) 15-18 4,
For Dietitians 4
For Nurses the instruction given in our sanitariums 3
For Preparatory Medical Students 13,14 2
Lists of church schools and teachers will he found in connection with
directories of the conferences in which such schools are located. Di-
rectories of colleges, academies, and intermediate schools follow in al-
phabetieal order.
If it is desired to find the directory of a school or other institution
whose name can not be recalled, refer to the list of institutions at the
close of the Division directory in preceding pages. and there will be
found the name of every institution listed. Then refer to tiic index,
where the institution may be readily located.
ACADEMIA ADVENTISTA W. Chapman. Mrs. C. W. Chap-
HISPANOAMERICANA man, Werner Wild, Mrs. Werner
Apartado 1320, San Jose, Costa Wild.
Rica, Central America ADDIS ABEBA TRAINING
(Telephone, Tres Rios No. 3) SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
P. O. Box 145, Addis Abeba,
Established 1927 Ethiopia
Faculty: W. H. Wineland, Prin- Principal, Miss Mao Matthews.
cipal; Mrs. W. H. Wineland, G. Ethiopian Teachers:
219
220 EDUCATIONAL. INSTITUTIONS

Ephraim Bourrou, Foufa Bour- lish and Spanish; Mrs. Emil


rou, Terseta Abeba. Tetz, Mathematics; Mrs. T. D.
Strickland, Grades 1-6.
ADELPHIAN ACADEMY
Holly, Michigan ANHWEI JUNIOR MIDDLE
Established 1904 SCHOOL
Board of Trustees: C. B. Haynes, Organized 1920
Chairman; T. E. Unruh, Sec. Postal Address: Beng Pu, Anhwei,
Faculty: E. P. Weaver, Principal China.
and Manager, Science; Edward Principal and Business Manager:
Heppenstall, Preceptor, History, Chen Hwa 'Ting.
and Bible; Olga Oakland, Mathe- Sec. and Treas., Y. C. Shih.
matics and Language; Helena Faculty: Chen Hwa Ting, Princi-
Sargent, Preceptress, English; pal; Li Yun Hung, Wang Hsi
Mildred Ferguson, Matron, Do- Tien, Meng Hsien Lin, Wu Shao
mestic Science; A. E. Mobley, Djen, Mrs. Wu Shao Djen.
Treasurer and Mill Supt., Book-
keeping, Printing; Maude War-
ren, Piano. AORE TRAINING SCHOOL
Aore, New Hebrides, Pacific Ocean
Established 1929
ADIS-ALEM TRAINING SCHOOL Principal: G. H. Engelbrecht.
FOR BOYS
P. 0. Box 145, Addis Abeba,
Ethiopia ARIZONA ACADEMY

Principal: Herbert Hansen. 1325 North Fourteenth St.,
Teachers: Negarie Mullata, Merl- Phoenix, Arizona
geta Mullaburhan, Waldgera Established 1920
Dankie. Board: S. T. Borg, Chairman;
E. G. Truitt, Sec.
AGONA TRAINING SCHOOL Faculty: E. G. Truitt, A. B.,
Principal, Bible, History; N. L.
Agona, Ashanti, Gold Coast, Parker, A. B., Mathematics, Sci-
West Africa. ence, Woodworking; Ellen B.
Established 1915 Fattebert, A. B., English, Span-
Principal: F. Stokes. ish; Frances L. Brown, A. B.,
Music, Vocational, Office; Lucille
ALABAMA-MISSISSIPPI CON- Stickle, Grades 6-8; Willamae
FERENCE ACADEMY Hawkins. Grades 3-5; Inez Sims,
Grades 1, 2.
Established (Under Conference
Organization) 1934
Location: Gilbertown, Alabama. ATLANTIC UNION COLLEGE
Board: R. I. Keate, Chairman, South Lancaster, Mass.
Emil Tetz, Sec.
Faculty: Emil Tetz, B. A., Prin- College Office, Tel. Clinton 1408
cipal and Manager, History; T. Dormitory, Tel. Clinton 1593-M
D. Strickland, R. N., Preceptor
and School Nurse, Bible; Lois Established 1882
Duncan, Preceptress and Ma- Board of Trustees: J. K. Jones, 0.
tron; Hazel King, B. A., Eng- M. John, C. S. Munn, F. D.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 221

Wells, M. N. Campbell, W. H. Grades; Myra B. Kite, Critic


Howard, W. H. Heckman, E. A. Teacher, Primary Grades; F. B.
von Pohle, W. A. Ruble, J. E. Nelson, A. B., B. D., Greek; Mrs.
Osterblom. Blanche Lord-Sevrens, A. B., As-
Officers of the Corporation: J. K. sistant in Modern Language;
Jones, Pres.; 0. M. John, Sec.; Mrs. Deborah . Secor-John, Bas-
C. S. Munn, Treas. ketry; Mrs. Helen Barrows-
Local Board: J. K. Jones, 0. M. Thurlow, Assistant in Piano; 0.
John, C. S. Munn, E. A. von D. Wright, B. R. E., Assistant in
.Pohle, F. D. 'Wells. Bible; Mrs. Mildred Tate-Wen-
dell, R. N., Home Nursing; H. B.
Administration: 0. M. John, Presi- Rudolph, Carpentry; R. M. Ed-
dent and Bus. Mgr.; C. S. Munn, mister, Mechanics; Howard Ros-
Bursar and Asst. Bus. Mgr.; L. coe and Paul Eldridge, Printing.
A. Semmens, Dean of School of Preparatory School: I. A. Arm-
Theology; H. U. Wendell, Regis- strong, B. R. E., Principal, His-
trar; H. H. Howard, Dean of tory and Bible; Rowena Purdon,
Men; Lessie Culpepper, Dean of B. R. E., A. B., English and
Women; I. A. Armstrong, Prin- Latin; 0. E. Miles, B. S., Mathe-
cipal of Academy; Mabel E. Cas- matics and Science; H. H. How-.
sell, Director of Teacher Train- ard, B. Th., Assistant in Bible;
ing; E. M. Hause, Librarian; Mrs. Leona Howard-Brown, B.
Mrs. Edith Howard, Matron. R. E., Foreign Language; Mrs.
Faculty: 0. M. John, A. B., Helen Barrows-Thurlow, Piano-
M. S., President, Education; forte; Howard Roscoe and Paul
L. A. Semmens, Theology; H. Eldridge, Printing; Mrs. Myrtle
U. Wendell, B. B. A., Business Brown-Watrous, A. B., Domestic
Administration and Economics; Science; H. B. Rhdolph, Carpen-
H. F. Halenz, A. B., A. M., (On try and Woodworking.
leave of absence, 1934-35) ; L. G.
Sevrens, A. B. A. M., Chemistry
and Biology; W. A. Ruble, B. S., AUBURN ACADEMY
M. D., L. R. C.. P., L. R. C. S., Auburn, Wash.
(Edinburgh), Health; Mabel E.
Cassell, A. B., A. M., Elementary Telephone, Auburn 3F21
Education and Teacher Train- Established 1918
ing; Violet E. Morgan, A. B., B. Board of Managers: M. L. Rice,
L. I., English and Speech; Ruth Chairman; J. Z. Hottel, Sec.
Miller, A. B., A. M., Modern Lan- Faculty: J. Z. Hottel, A. B., M. A.,
guage; E. M. Hause, A. B., A. M., Principal and Manager, History,
History; Mrs. Myrtle Brown- and Farm; J. W. Rowland, A. B.,
Watrous, A. B., Home Econom- Bible; H. B. Wilcox, A. B., Pre-
ics; E. B. Ogden, A. B., A. M., ceptor, English, Woodwork; G.
Mathematics and Physics; Edna L. Beane, A. B., Accountant,
Farnsworth, Pinaoforte; H. H. Bookkeeping, Typing, Spanish;
Schyde, Voice Culture; Lessie Doris Parkinson, B. M., Precep-
Culpepper, A. B., A. M., Assist- tress, Piano, English; Violet
ant in Modern Language; Lou Scott, A. B., M. A., Science,
E. Bowen, B. R. E., Secretarial Mathematics, Sewing; Florence
Training; Olive Lindberg, B. R. Noyes, R. N., Matron, Cooking;
E., Critic Teacher, Grammar R. DeVice, Woodwork Shop Su-
Grades; L. Lucille Haskin, B. R. perintendent; C. A. Wyman,
E., Critic Teacher, Intermediate Baking.
222 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

AUSTRALASIAN MISSIONARY mounter, Grades 7 and 8; Miss


COLLEGE Florence Orth, Grades 5 and 6;
Cooranbong, New South Wales, Miss Marian Krater, Grades 3
Australia and 4; Miss Emilie Crouch,
Grades 1 and 2.
Established 1894
Board of Managers: W. G. Turner, BATUNA TRAINING SCHOOL
Chairman; A. E. Speck, See.; Marovo Lagoon,
A. F. J. Kranz, T. W. Ham-
mond, A. H. Piper, A. H. White, Solomon Islands, Pacific Ocean
B. H. McMahon, A. G. Stewart, Established 1923
W. J. Westerman, B. 0. J011/111- Principal: A. W. Martin:
son.
Faculty: A. E. Speck, Principal;
A. F. J. Kranz, C. H. Schowe, BEE HWA MIDDLE SCHOOL
E. RosendahL R. B. Watts,
Miss B. E. Aitken, Miss E. A. (A Training School, Established
Durrant, R. W. Johnson, J. F. 1909)
Strange, Mrs. W. E. Schowe, Kulangsu, Amoy, China
Miss Grace Campbell, 13. H. Principal: J. 0, MacIntyre.
Schwarzkopt, E. L. Pengilley., Faculty:
Miss M. :McNair, Miss G. E. J. G. Macintyre, Mrs. J. G. Mac-
Britten, B. 0. Johanson. Intyre, Si Ian Teng, K. H. Hung,
Mrs. B. L. Anderson, T. C. Lee,
BALTIC UNION SCHOOL S. K. Jim, T. Y. Siaw, C. C. Tan,
T. C. Tan, G. C. Tan, L. T. Lam.
(A dvent-Missionsseminar)
Brivibas iela r r, Riga, Latvia
BENGALI CO-EDUCATIONAL
Faculty: K. Bose, Principal, His- MIDDLE ENGLISH BOARD-
tory, Bible; R. Ausin, Bus. Mgr.; ING SCHOOL
A. Karnoysky, English, German
and Lettish Languages; K. Bru- S. D. A. Mission, P. 0. Gopalgunj,
tan, Science; R. Kipurs, Mathe- Faridpur Dist., East Bengal, India
matics; R. Vinglas, Estonian De- Established 1921
partment; IT. Adam, Music. Faculty: Leroy Hunter, Principal;
assisted by J. Singh, S. K. Hai-
BATTLE CREEK ACADEMY der, Miss Sarojini Sircar, Suran-
jan Sirear, Miss Baroi and Mrs.
245 North Kendall St., Battle Cliondromoni Biswas.
Creek, Mich.
Board of Managers: The Battle BETHEL ACADEMY
Creek Tabernacle Board com-
prises the Academy Board with Arpin, Wisconsin
G. E. Judd as chairman and Established 1899
H. E. Moon, Sec. and Treas.
Faculty: H. J. Alcock, Principal, Board of Managers: V. E. Peugh,
Bible, History; Miss Helen Mer- Pres.; 0. H. Simpson, Sec.
riam, English, French; Miss Lii- Faculty: G. H. Simpson, Principal
liar' Larson, Science, Mathemat- and Manager; Wilbur Holbrook,
ics; R. G. Burchfield, Commer- Bible; C. S. Field, Preceptor,
cial, Shop; Mrs. Otto Johnson, :History, Printing; Mary Cham-
Sewing; Miss Laura Pelley- pion, Preceptress, Science; J. W.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 223

Rhodes, Accountant, Mathemat- G. E. Hartman, J. B. Johnson,


ics; H. W. Taylor, English, Mod- A. E. Hagen, E. M. Davis, H. G.
ern Languages; Lorna Lindsay, Stoehr, J. H. Boehm, Leon Rep-
Matron, Home Economics; Alvin logle, J. D. Hardt, Domingos
Johnson, Farm Manager, Agri- Peixoto, Germano Streithorst.
culture; Mrs. J. W. Rhodes, Faculty: E. R. Maas, B. A., Di-
Piano; Mrs. H. W. Taylor, Vio- rector, Mathematics; Domingos
lin, Typewriting. Peixoto, Bible and Evangelistic
Training; C. A. Rentfro, Treas-
BOLIVIA TRAINING SCHOOL urer, Business Training; Adolpho
Established 1931 Bergold, Agriculture; Jose Riffel,
Preceptor and Science; Miss Ma-
(Instituto Industrial Bolviano ria Baar, Preceptress and Ma-
Adventista) tron; Mrs. E. R. Maas, Normal
Cable and Telegraphic Address: School; Mrs. A.lbertina Simon,
Adventista, Cochabamba, Bo- Portuguese Language and Bra-
livia. zilian History; Antonio Lucca,
Postal Address: Casilla 82, Cocha- Carpentry; Mrs. Martha Enns,
bamba, Bolivia, South America. Sewing; Mrs. Alma Bergold,
School Board: J. D. Replogle, English and Typewriting.
Pres.; H. C. Morton, Sec.
Faculty: H. C. Morton, M. E. Agui-
lar, J. Ramirez, Mrs. H. C. Mor- BROADVIEW ACADEMY
ton.
La Grange, Illinois
BONGO MISSION TRAINING Established 1910
SCHOOL Corporate Name: Broadview Col-
Postal Address: Missao Adventista, lege and Theological Seminary.
Lepi, Angola, Portuguese West Board of Managers: M. A. Hollis-
Africa. ter, Chairman; A. J. Olson, Sec.
Administrative Officers of Academy :
Faculty: 0. I. Fields, J. Gnutz- A. J. Olson, Principal; F. S.
mann, Dr. R. B.. Parsons, Mrs. .Thompson, Business Manager:
- O: I. Fields, Mrs. R. B. Parsons, T. R. Lukens, Manager College
Mrs. J. Gnutzmann, Miss R. Wood Products; Eunice Marsh,
Johnson, Miss R. Visser, Gomes Matron; Norman R. Halloek,
and Luiz. Dean of Boys; Elizabeth Cow-
(Trick, Dean of Girls.
Faculty: A. J. Olson, M. A., Prin-
BRAZILIAN TRAINING SCHOOL cipal, History; F. S. Thompson,
(Collegio Adventista) B. A., Business Manager, Book-
keeping; William Hodgson, B.
Established 1915 A., Bible; Holger Lindsjo, M. A..,
Telegraphic Address: " Collegio," German, French, Swedish; C. R.
Sao Paulo, Brazil. Smith, B. S. Printing, Mathe-
Postal Address: Collegio Adven- matics; Norman R. Hallock, B.
tista, Santo Amaro, Silo Paulo. A.. Science; Elizabeth Cowdrick,
Brazil, South America. B. A., English; Twila M. Nixon.
Board of Managers: E. H. Wilcox. B. A., Registrar, Commercial
Pres.; H. B. Westcott, Vice Studies; Helen A. Olson, M. A..
Pres.; E. R. Maas, Sec.; C. A. Librarian, English, German;
Rentfro, Treasurer; F. W. Spies, Clarence Krohn, B. A.. Agricul-
224 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

ture; Eunice Marsh, Domestic Faculty: E. F. Heim, Principal,


Science. Manager; C. E. Grant, Bible;
Department of Music: 0. S. Beltz, C. E. Sternberg, Preceptor,
B. Mus., Director, Chorus; W. A. Printing; M. W. Hill, Orchestra,
Schram, B. Mus., Orchestra, Science, History; Ruth M. Down-
Band, Wind Instruments, Piano; ing, Preceptress, Spanish; P. W.
Vina Miles Thompson, Voice. Essig, Mathematics, Science; Le-
Superintendents of Industries: C. nore Brewer-Hill, English; Syl-
Roy Smith; Print Shop; Eunice via A. Simon, Matron, Home
Marsh, Cafeteria and Laundry; Economics; Nellie Phillips, Com-
Clarence Krohn, Farm and Dairy; mercial; Mrs. C. E. Stenberg,
T. R. Lukens, Wood Shop. Piano; A. V. Stif el, Violin;
College Wood Products: Esther Heim, Grade School.
T. Ray Lukens. Gen. Manager.
Earl Beaty, Treasurer. CANADIAN S JUNIOR COLLEGE
Plant A, Berrien Springs, Mich. College Heights, via Lacombe,
Plant B, La Grange, Ill. Alberta, Canada
Board of Directors: W. H. Hol- Phone No. 7112
den, chairman; T. Ray Lukens,
secretary; T. W. Steen, 0. R. Established 1907
Shreve, Earl Beaty, K. F. Arubs, Territory: Conferences of British
M. A. Hollister. Columbia, Alberta, and Mani-
toba-Saskatchewan.
BURESALA TRAINING SCHOOL Board of Trustees: M. N. Campbell,
Buresala, Ovalau, Fiji, Pacific Chairman; W. E. Perrin, Secre-
tary; H. G. Burden, M. D,; H.
Ocean A. Shepard, H. A. Lukens, A. V.
Established 1904 Rhoads, H. K. Martin, 0. Zip-
Headmaster: L. V. Wilkinson. rick, E. A. Beavon, P. D. Ger-
rard, D. E. Reiner, C. W. Deger-
CALCUTTA CHURCH PRIMARY ing, C. G. Maracle, C. L. Pad-
SCHOOL dock, W. A. Clemenson, S. G.
Established 1927 White.
Local Board: A. V. Rhoads, Chair-
Address: 36 Park St., Calcutta, man; H. K. Martin, Secretary;
India. L. H. Hartin, E. A. Edstrom,
Faculty: Miss Edna Dyer, Miss J. D. Leiske.
Bragan and two assistants. Administration: H. K. Martin,
President and Business Man-
CAMAGUAN TRAINING ager; E. A. Edstrom, Asst.
SCHOOL Business Manager, Treasurer,
Camaguan, Venezuela and Farm Superintendent; C. H.
Faculty: Director, R. E. Greenidge; Casey, Dean of Men; Mrs. C. H.
Preceptress, Mrs. R. E. Green- Casey, Dean of Women; Eliza-.
idge. beth Nickel, Matron.
Faculty: H. K. Martin, B. A.,
President; L. H. Hartin, B. A.,
CAMPION ACADEMY Biblical Exegesis; C. W. Shankel,
Loveland, Colorado M. A., Science, Registrar; Marie
Hansen, B. A., English; Georgia
Established 1907 M. Neithercut, B. A., Mathemat-
Board of Trustees: J. J. Nethery, ics, French, and Singing; C. H.
Pres.; E. F. Heim, Sec. Casey, B. A., History; M. H.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 225

Philbrick, B. A., Ukrainian, CEDAR LAKE ACADEMY


(Bible and Language); Geral-
dine Perrin, A. T. C. NI., A. T. (Incorporated)
C. L., Piano and Theory; Eliza- Cedar Lake, Mich.
bath Nickel, B. A., Asst. in Eng- Established 1899
lish; Jeanne Howard, Asst. in Board of Managers: C. B. Haynes,
Mathematics; E. A. Edstrom, Pres.; T. E. Unruh, See.
Commerce ; Margaret John, Type- Faculty: W. A. Nelson, Principal;
writing; Mrs. C. H. Casey, Home W. T. Weaver, Preceptor, Bible;.
Economics; B. Glanzer, Print- Louise Ambs, Preceptress; L. J.
ing; Ruth Wage, Grades 6-8; Jensen, Farm Superintendent;
Mrs. G. C. Betts, Grades 1-5. Alyse Swedberg, Piano; C. F.
Clarke, Science, Mathematics;
CANTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Mrs. C. F. Clarke, Spanish; R.
Tungshan, Canton, China K. Boyd, Accountant; Mrs. Ethel
DeCamp, Matron.
Operated for Cantonese, Kwangsai,
and Hakka Missions
Established 1915
CHILLAN TRAINING SCHOOL
Faculty: H. S. Leung, Principal;
E. G. Annofsky, Advisor; W. M. (Colegio Industrial Adventista)
Hoh, Mrs. E. G. Annofsky, H. B. Established 1906
Parker, Luk Hing Hung, Chiu
Shek Kwong, Wan So Wan. Postal Address: Casilla 7-D, Chil-
16.n, Chile, South America.
Telegraphic Address: "Mariposas,"
CARIBBEAN TRAINING Chillfin, Chile.
COLLEGE Board of Managers: L. D. Minner,
(Formerly East Caribbean Train- Pres.; J. H. Meier, Sec.-Treas.
ing School) Faculty: J. H. Meier, Director; F.
Established 1927 G. Drachenberg, G. E. Ernst, W.
E. Aeschlimann, J. N. Perez,
Postal Address: Maracas, Trini-
Mrs. Dora Gambetta de Drach-
dad, British West Indies.
Cable Address: "Training," Port of enberg, Mrs. Edith Rhys de
Spain, Trinidad. Ernst, Mrs. Marfa Acuria de
Board of Managers: W. R. Elliott, Aaschlimann, Miss Sara E. Rode,
Chairman; R. S. J. Hamilton, Mrs. J. H. Meier.
Secretary.
Faculty: R. S. J. Hamilton, M. A., CHINA TRAINING INSTITUTE
Principal, Manager, Commercial, Chiao Tou Tseng, Kiangsu, China
Printing; A. E. Hempel, B. A.,
Preceptor, Bible, Agriculture; Established 1910
Mrs. M. E. Smith, B. A., Precep- Telegraphic Address: Adventist,
tress, Matron, Music, Domestic Siash u.
Science; Mrs. R. S. J. Hamilton, Faculty: B. A. Liu, President,
B. A., Registrar, English, His- Director Normal Dept.; S. L.
tory; M. E. Smith, B. A., Sci- Frost, Dean, Head Agricultural
ence, Mathematics, Woodwork- Dept.; H. L. Shull, Business
ing; Mrs. A. E. Hempel, Normal Mgr., Treas.; S. H. Lindt, Bible
Life Certificate, Normal, Sewing; Dept.; C. L. Blandford, History
_ Miss Linda Austin, Bookkeeper, Dept.; D. Cr. Hwang, Chinese
Junior School Classes. Language; R. A. Brett, Factory
226 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Supt.; F. A. Landis, Commercial ceptress, Music; Mrs. Ivan M.


Dept.; C. L. Woods, Science; S. Angell, Normal; Eduardo Acos-
D. Lu, Preceptor; Mrs. D. F. Mi, ta, Farm Manager; Mrs. D. E.
Preceptress; K. T. Li, Chinese; Lust, Matron; Rosita Tello,
D. T. Hwang, Science; Miss A. Primary Grades.
M. Roberts, English; Mrs. S. L.
Frost, Music; Mrs. F. A. Landis, COLEGIO ADVENTISTA DEL
Domestic Science; Wang Yung TITICACA
Yao, Normal; C. I. Meng, Bible; Established 1922
Dr. Herbert Liu, M. D., Physi- Cable and Telegraphic Address:
cian. " Colegio," Juliaca, Peru.
Postal Address: Casilla 4, Juliaca.
CHOSEN UNION TRAINING Perd.
SCHOOL Officers: J. Wagner, Pres.; C. D.
Soonan, Chosen Christensen, Sc.
Faculty: C. D. Christensen, Direc-
Established 1909 tor and Manager; A. J. Alva,
General Board: Chosen Union Mis- Cashier and Bookkeeper; F. G.
sion Committee. Ruiz, A. Achata, Mrs. Alva.
Local Board: H. A. Oberg, H. M.
Lee, K. I. Lee, Y. H. Hyun, E. J. COLLEGE OF MEDICAL
Urquhart, A. R. Tucker, H. F. EVANGELISTS
Benson, P. N. Kim, Preceptor. Loma Linda, Cal.
Faculty: H. M. Lee, Principal,
Manager; Y. H. Hyun, Treas.; Established 1906
A. R. Tucker, Mrs. A. R. Tucker, Chartered 1909
H. F. Benson, K. I. Lee, P. N. (Degrees omitted by request of
Kim, H. K. Kim, P. S. Kwak, S. those sending directory)
G. Chawng, Y. W. Lee, Y. Hi-
gashi, Y. I. Chae, Y. M. Kim. Board of Trustees: A. G. Daniells,
Primary Teachers: P. K. Koh, N. Otis A. Hudson, Percy T. Ma-
W. Chyung, S. W. Im, 0. I. gan, C. H. Watson, J. L. Shaw,
Chae. C. K. Meyers, W. H. Branson,
Glenn Calkins, Alfred Shyrock,
COLEGIO ADVENTISTA E. H. Risley, A. E. Coyne, H. M.
ANTILLANO Walton, R. J. Thompson, H. B.
Bartle, Oriente, Cuba Thomas, G. H. Curtis, G. A. Rob-
erts, B. M. Emerson, Newton
Established 1923 Evans, J. F. Piper, W. H. Hol-
Board of Managers: A. R. Ogden, den, B. E. Grant, Jr., F. B.
Chairman; D. E. Lust, Sec.; F. I. Moor, George Thomason, Lloyd
Mohr, E. J. Lorntz, P. Nygaard, E. Smith, Malcolm Hill, Eric
L. J. Borrowdale, J. B. Sales, B. Royston, E. K. Slade, E. F.
Bullard. Hackman.
Executive Board: E. J. Lorntz, D. Officers of the Board: A. G. Dan-
E. Lust, F. I. Mohr, J. B. Sales, iells, President; Glenn Calkins,
I. M. Angell. First Vice-President; Percy T.
Faculty: D. E. Lust, B. A., Prin- Magan, Second Vice-President;
cipal, Business Manager, Span- Otis A. Hudson, Comptroller, S.
ish, Science; Ivan M. Angell, S. Merrill, Sec., Asst.. Treas.
B. A., Preceptor, Bible, Mathe- Faculty Council, School of Med-
matics; Anna R. Alvarado, Pre- icine, Loma Linda Division:
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 227

P. T. Magan, President; Newton ager; D. E. Griggs, Instructor in


Evans, Vice-President, Professor Medicine; L. L. Harrop, Instruc-
of Pathology; E. H. Risley, Dean tor in Obstetrics; W. L. Halver-
Loma Linda Division, Professor son, Associate Professor of Pub-
of Chemistry; H. Camden Lacey, lic Health; Ethel Andre-Haskell,
Professor of Biblical Exegesis; Assistant Professor of Medicine
C. E. Burk, Instructor in Anat- (on leave of absence); H. J.
omy; Otis A. Hudson, Comptrol- Hara, Professor of Clinical Oto-
ler; S. A. Crooks, Asst. Professor laryngology; C. H. Hayton, Pro-
of Anatomy; 0. I. Cutler, Asso- fessor of Otolaryngology; E.
ciate Professor of Pathology; C. Torral Seat, Instructor in Field
L. Dale, Instructor in Pathology; Evangelism; Malcolm Hill Asso-
E. C. Ehlers, Instructor in Medi- ciate Professor of Surgery;
cine; C. C. Fink, Registrar; F. George Johnstone, Assistant Pro-
W. Gardner, Associate Profes- fessor of Clinical Surgery; Flor-
sor of Chemistry; A. R. George, ence Keller, Professor of Gyne-
Instructor in Medicine; W. A. cology; E. C. Kellogg, Assistant
George, Professor of Surgery; Professor of Ophthalmology; T.
Elizabeth J. Hiscox, Instructor S. Kimball, Assistant Professor
in Medicine; G. R. Kaufman, In- of Pathology; D. B. Kittle,
structor in Hydrotherapy and instructor in Otolaryngology;
Massage; Lester Lonergan, In- C. W. Olsen, Instructor in
structor in Pharmacology; W. E. Medicine; 0. B. Pratt, Asso-
Macpherson, Professor of Physi- ciate Professor of Pathology;
ology; F. B. Moor, Professor of W. F. Norwood, Registrar;
Therapeutics; A. R. Roos, Asso- Clarence E. Stafford, Instructor
ciate Professor of Pathology; in Surgery; G. M. Taylor, As-
Alfred Shyrock, Secretary, Pro- sistant Professor of Surgery
fessors of Histology, Embryol- (Orthopedics) ; George Thoma-
ogy; 0. R. Staines, Co-ordinator; son, Professor of Surgery (Head
R. F. Tatro, Instructor in Sur- of Department) ; R. J. Thomp-
gery; H. B. Thomas, Assistant son, Professor of Obstetrics and
Comptroller; H. M. Walton, As- Gynecology (Head of Depart-
sistant Professor of Dietetics; ment) ; W. G. Wirth, Professor
T. I. Zirkle, Assistant Professor of Biblical Exegesis.
of Bacteriology; E. Harold Shry- Executive Faculty, School of Die-
ock, Instructor in Anatomy; W. tetics: P. T. Magan, President;
B. Dart, Dean of Men. F. H. Risley, Dean, Chemistry;
Faculty Council, School of Medi- Pearl M. Jenkins, Assistant
cine, Los Angeles Division: P. T. Dean, Economics, Foods and
Magan, Presiden t ; Newton Evans, Cookery; F. W. Gardner, Chem-
Vice-President; A. E. Coyne, istry, Nutrition; Leota Estes,
Dean Los Angeles Division; Preceptress; Alfred Shyrock,
Ora Barber, Instructor in Anes- Anatomy, Biology; H. M. Wal-
thesiology; Roger Barnes, As- ton, Medical Dietetics; W. E.
sociate Professor of Surgery; Macpherson, Physiology; T. I.
R. M. Clarke, Professor of Medi- Zirkle, Bacteriology, Nutrition;
cine; D. D. Comstock, Professor H. Camden Lacey, Bible.
of Medicine (Head of Depart- Executive Faculty, School of Nurs-
ment) ; B. N. Colver, Professor ing, Loma Linda: P. T. Magan,
of Otolaryngology; C. B. Cour- President, College of Medical
ville, Professor of Neuropsychia- Evangelists; Ethel Walder, Di-
try; G. H. Curtis, Business Man- rector, School of Nursing; H.
228 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

M. Walton, Medical Director, President; B. G. Wilkinson, Ph.


Loma Linda Sanitarium and D., Dean, Professor of Religion
Hospital; E. H. Risley, Dean, and Greek; A. W. Werline,
Loma Linda Division College M. A., Professor of History;
of Medical Evangelists; Alfred Edythe 0. Stephenson, Registrar;
Shyrock, Secretary, College of Virginia Hoelzel, M. A., Profes-
Medical Evangelists; Marian sor of 'Modern Languages; E. C.
Howe Bowers, R. N., Educational Blue, M. A., Professor of Chem-
Director, School of Nursing; istry; L. F. Thiel, M. A., Profes-
. , Instructor sor of English; Veda S. Marsh,
in Bible; Elizabeth J. Hiscox, M. A., Professor of Nursing Ed-
Student Health Advisor; Leota ucation; Lorena E. Wilcox, B. A,.
Estes, Preceptress; Catherine Assistant Director School of Ele-
Nickel, Assistant Director, School mentary Teacher Training; J. W.
of Nursing; Otis A. Hudson, Osborn, B. Mus., L. R. A. M.,
Comptroller, College of Medical Director of Music Department;
Evangelists; H. B. Thomas, As- W. F. Shadel, B. A., Assistant
sistant Comptroller and Business Director of Music Department;
Manager. L. M. Ashley, M. A., Professor
School of Nursing:. Ethel Walder, of Biology and Physics; Vera E.
Director; Mrs. Marion H. Bow- Morrison, M. A., Professor .of
ers, Supervisor of Instruction; Mathematics, Director School of
. , Instructor Elementary Teacher Training;
of Bible. Lorena E. Wilcox, B. A., Asst.
Director School of Elementary
Teaches- Training; Marjorie B.
COLUMBIA ACADEMY Chapman, M. S., Professor of
Battle Ground, Wash. Home Economics; W. R. French,
Established 1903 Th. B., Associate Professor of
Board of Managers: L. F. Burdoin, Religion and Greek; Helen E;
Chairman; C. L. Witzel, Sec. Spicer, B. A., Instructor in Bac-
Faculty: C. L. Witzel, Principal teriology and Physical Educa-
and Business Manager, Bible; tion; C. H. Wolohon, M. D., Med-
G. H. Gibson, Preceptor, Mathe- ical Director; S. Ellen Klose, B.
matics, Science; Anna Sype- A., Critic Teacher; Lula Leech,
Gregg, Preceptress, Matron; Ger- B. A., Critic 'reacher; Louise B.
trude Manfull-Gibson, Account- Stuart, Critic Teacher. .
ant, Commercial; K. E. Groves,
Manager Academy Bakery; Ella- CZECHOSLOVAKIAN MISSION
Belle S a rgea nt - Grove s, History; SCHOOL
Hilda Holsten, English, French; (Misijni fistav)
Ausil Gift-Witzel, Piano; Alex
Established 1925
Steinert, Upper Grades; Mar-
garet Huntington, Lower Grades. (Not revised for current issue)
Address: Lodenice 51, u Berouna,
COLUMBIA JUNIOR COLLEGE Czechoslovakia.
Takoma Park, D. C. Faculty: Josef Simon, Principal,
Business Manager; W. A. Heller.
Board of Trustees: Same as that
of Washington Missionary Col- DENVER JUNIOR ACADEMY
lege.
Executive Board: Same as that of 659 South Navajo St., Denver, Colo.
Washington Missionary College. Faculty: Duane Cowin, Principal,
Faculty: H. H. Hamilton, B. A., Grades 9-10; Carolyn Thorpe,
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 229

Grades 7-8; Lura Wilbourne, gion and Philosophy; H. M. Tip-


Grades 5-6; Mrs. Duane Cowin, pett, M. A., English Language
Grades 1-3. and Literature.
Associate Professors: Earl Bea-
ty, M. B. A., C. P. A., Social
EAST VISAYAN ACADEMY Science; A. W. James, Ph. D.,
Box 583, Cebu, Cebu, Philippine Foreign Language and Litera-
Islands ture; Grace Evans Stevens, M.
Established 1930 A., Education; J. L. Thompson.
M. S., Physical Science and
Board of Management: The Execu- Mathematics.
tive Committee of the East Vi- Instructors: Mildred Granbois,
sayan Mission. M. A., Foreign Language and
Faculty: Luis Elumir, Principal; Literature; Fred B. Jensen, B.
Miss T. P. Basiga, Miss F. M. Th., Religion and Philosophy;
Cillero. Edith L. Jones, B. A., Critic
Teacher in Elementary School;
EMMANUEL MISSIONARY Glee H. King, M. A., Applied
COLLEGE Arts; M. 'Winifred McCormack,
M. A., Biological Science; J. H.
Berrien Springs, Mich. Metzger, B. Mus., Music; Mabel
Established 1901 Curtis Romant, B. A., English
Language and Literature; A.
Legal Title: " Emmanuel Mission- Catherine Shepard, M. A., Critic
ary College, Incorporated." Teacher in Elementary School;
Board of Trustees: W. H. Holden, W. H. Wakeham, B. Th., Re-
T. W. Steen, 0. S. Beltz, L. W. ligion.
Foote, C. B. Haynes, M. A. Hol- Lecturers: Ella King Sanders,
lister, F. R. Isaac, G. E. Judd, Education.
W. T. Lindsay, V. P. Lovell, T. Academy Faculty: B. H. Phipps,
R. Lukens, A. J. Olson, V. E. M. A., Principal, Science, Mathe-
Peugh, J. D. Snider, S. E. Wight. matics; R. B. MacMorland, M.
Officers of the Board: W. H. Hol- B. A., History; Leona Summey
den, Chairman; T. W. Steen, Burman, M. A., English; Mil-
Secretary. dred Granbois, M. A., Spanish;
Faculty: T. W. Steen, M. S., Presi- C. A. Burman, Bible; May Stan-
dent; K. F. Ambs, Business ley, M. A. Home Economics.
Manager; C. A. Burman, Dean Superintendents of Industries: Ma-
of Men; Mary A. Lamson, Dean ria Hornbacher, Matron; L. N.
of Women; Wanda MacMorland, Holm, Agriculture; J. B. Krauss,
Registrar; Anna L Blackney, Printing; 0. R. Shreve, Wood-
Librarian. work; C. F. West, Engineer;
Professors: Ella Iden Edwards, Morton Green, College Store;
Ph. D., Foreign Language and W. H. Wohlers, Assistant in
Literature; H. E. Edwards, Ph. Agriculture.
D., Education; H. B. Hannum,
B. A., A. A. G. 0., Music; R. E. ENGLISH SECONDARY SCHOOL
Hoen, Ph. D., PhysiCal Science AND SINGHALESE ELE-
and Mathematics; H. 0. McCum- MENTARY SCHOOL
ber, Ph. D., Social Science; Lo- Address: Kottawa, Pannipittiya,
leta E. Simpson, M. D., Biology; Ceylon.
May Stanley, M. A., Applied Faculty: A. F. Jessen, Principal;
Arts; W. E. Straw, M. A., Reli- Y. G. Prakasam, Preceptor;
230 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Mrs. A. F. Jessen, Miss Alice FINLAND S. D. A. MISSION


Jayasundera, Matron; J. M. SCHOOL
Fernando, V. Candaswamy. (Suomen S. P. A:n Liihetyskoulu)
ENTERPRISE ACADEMY Hiirla, Piikkid, Finland
Enterprise, Kans. Established 1918; reorgonized 1931
Organized 1919 Board: G. A. Lindsay, A. Rintala,
U. Kohtanen, Y. Miettanen,
Board of Trustees: A. H. Rulkoet- T. Stahlberg, V. Lehto, V. Kos-
ter, Pres; E. D. Kirk, Sec. kinen, N. Landemaa.
Faculty: E. D. Kirk, Principal and Faculty: A. Rintala, Principal,
Farm Manager; A. D. Holmes, 13ible; G. Rouhe, History, Math-
Science and Mathematics; C. E. ematics; Ami Sysimetsii, Fin-
Smith, Preceptor, Bible and His- nish, English.
tory; 0. E. Simon, Printing;
H. E. Hein, Language; Elinore FIRESIDE CORRESPONDENCE
Hahn, Preceptress and English; SCHOOL
I. E. Anunsen, Music and Com- See Home Study Institute.
mercial; Mary Mason, Matron;
Mrs. C. E. Smith, Domestic Sci- FOOCHOW INTERMEDIATE
ence.
SCHOOL
Foochow, China
ESCUELA UNION MEXICANA
Established 1916
Calle Prosperidad No. 85, Colonia
Escandon, Tacubaya, D. F., Board of Directors: V. J. Maloney,
Mexico Chairman.
Faculty: Ngu Ong Ing, Principal;
Established 1931
Preceptor, to be supplied; Mrs.
General Board: Mexican Union Lau Cu Iu, Preceptress; Ding
Mission Committee. Iu Gi, Ging Neng Ngiong, Dang
Faculty: H. F. House, Dr. I. S. Gung Diek, Registrar, Ngu Go
Ritchie, A. J. Calderan, Kenneth Hwa, Ngu Chai. Tieu, Mrs. V. J.
Manning, Alfonso Baez. Maloney, English and Industry.

FOREST LAKE ACADEMY


FAR EASTERN ACADEMY Route 2, Maitland, Fla.
45 8 Ningkuo Road, Shanghai, China Established 1926
Established 1906 Board: L. K. Dickson, Chairman;
R. G. Bowen, Secretary.
(Not revised for current issue) Faculty: W. E. McClure, 'Prin-
Faculty: C. F. Larsen, Principal, cipal, Manager, History; Hope
Business Manager, Bible, His- Hayton, Preceptress, librarian,
tory; and Gardening; Mrs. C. F. Spanish; L. J. Larson, Pre-
Larson, Matron and Preceptress; ceptor, Instructor in Elemen-
H. H. Morse, Science, Mathe- tary Dept.; R. K. McAllister,
matics, Printing; Mrs. C. C. Printing, Bible, Commercial;
Crisler, English; Nell Ketter- Walter Rembold, Science, Math-
man, Grades 1-6, Drawing; Mrs. ematics; Geneva Kern Skinner,
H. H. Morse, Grades 7, 8; Bea- Matron, Home Economics; Mary
trice L. Crisler, Piano, Vocal, Ninaj Larson, English; Mrs. W.
Sewing. E. McClure, Piano.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 231

FRESNO ACADEMY Faculty: W. S. Boynton, Principal


and Bible; R. D. Young, Precep-
841 W. Belmont Ave., Fresno, Calif. tor, Science, Mathematics; Mrs.
Phone 2-7058 R. D. Young, Accountant and
Established 1908 as an intermedi-
ate school; as an academy 1921. Spanish; Evlyn M. Lindberg,
Preceptress, Music and English;
Board: L. E. Folkenberg, Chair- Mrs. E. E. Seamount, Matron;
man; J. E. Young, Sec.-Treas. E. C. Reiber, History.
Faculty: J. E. Young, Principal,
Bible; C. I. Chrisman, English, GITWE TRAINING SCHOOL
History, Woodworking; J. H. Established 1931
Whitney, Mathematics, Science;
Alberta Chrisman, Librarian, Postal Address: Gitwe, Ruanda,
Spanish; Mollie Anne Young, via Usumbura, Urundi, Belgian
Matron, Sewing; Matilda Dol- East Africa.
linger, Piano; William Rieke, Faculty: R. L. Jones, Principal;
Grades 7-8; Esther Trefz, Grades W. R. Vail, Head Master; A.
4-6; Alice Smith, Grades 1-3. Siepman, Mrs. R. L. Jones, Des-
ert Nkolokosa, Joseph Malinki,
FRIEDENSAU MISSIONARY Samuel Karekezi.
SEMINARY
Friedensau, Burg-Land, Bez. GLENDALE UNION ACADEMY
Magdeburg, Germany 700 Kimlin Drive, Glendale, Calif.
Established 1899 Established 1923
Board: A. Minck, E. Bahr, H. Board of Directors: Dr. E. W.
Glass, W. Knitter, A. Rebens- Alsberge, Chairman; L. R.
burg, R. Daumiehen, W. Eber- Marsh, Sec.
hardt, M. Budnick, F. Ham- Faculty: L. R. Marsh, Principal
brock, G. Mai, P. Horn, W. Hans, and Business Manager, Grade
H. Brinkmann, A. Mulack, M. Supervisor; A. C. Madsen, Bible,
Thierrnann, Dr. E. Meyer, Dr. History; Grace E. Morel, Eng-
L. E. Conradi, 0. Schuberth. lish, Library Science; P. M. Fos-
Faculty: W. Eberhardt, Principal, ter, Mathematics, Science; Mrs.
Bible, Latin, Choir; W. Hans, Ruth Amman, Home Econom-
Business Manager; H. Werner, ics; V. A. Jackson, Biology,
Preceptor, German, English, His- Language, Woodwork; W. H.
tory, Geography; H. Wertenauer, Carscallen, Printing; Mrs. Edna
Science, Geography, Shorthand, Serns-Marsh, Piano; Estelle
Gymnastics; F. Scheibenberger, Kiehnhoff, Voice; Alvina Osiek,
Bookkeeping; J. Kulessa, Sales- Office.
manship; Ch. Stein, Preceptress, Grades: Miss Lu Zetta Krassin,
Domestic Science; P. Schubert, Grade 8; Ethel Griese, Grade 7;
Commercial Course, Kindergar- Mrs. A. A. Gibbons, Grades 5-6;
ten; D. Hoyer, Nurse Training; Mrs. Virgil Jackson, Grades 3-4;
M. Birkner, Music. Mrs. Lola Martin, Grades 1-2.

GEM STATE ACADEMY GOLDEN GATE ACADEMY


Box 69r, Caldwell, Idaho. 1709 Alcatraz Ave., Berkeley, Calif.
Established 1918 Established 1923
Board of Managers: J. W. Turner, Board of Directors: C. S. Prout,
Chairman; W. S. Boynton, Sec. Chairman; L. R. Rasmussen, Sec.
232 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Faculty: L. R. Rasmussen, B. A., and Business Manager; Hu Bing


Principal, History; C. A. Pyle, Chen, Assistant Principal; other
Science, Mathematics; R. H. teachers: Mrs. C. A. Carter, Li
Duncan, Bible, Woodwork; Mar- Hwei Min, Li Gwang Ren, Sang
garet Vollmer, English, Sewing, Dwan Fu, Tan Kung Han, Nina
Music; Neva Sandborn, Spanish, Lee.
Typing, Bookkeeping; Mrs. R.
H. Duncan, R. N., Elementary
Nursing; E. C. Chapman, Print- HARBIN TRAINING INSTITUTE
ing; Lyda Beaman, Grades 7 and Tsitsihar St., g, New Town, Harbin,
8; Mrs. Pearl 'Wilson, Grades Manchuria.
4-6; Mrs. Alfred Stump, Grades Established 1929
1-3. Faculty: V. E. Kositsin, Principal;
GOOD HOPE TRAINING SCHOOL A. I. Ivanoff, Secretary; Mrs.
(For Cape Colored People) E. I. Brajnicoff, Mrs. E. M. Seles-
Address: "Riverside," Klipfontein neff, Mrs. M. M. Ivanoff, Mrs. M.
Popow.
Road, Athlone, Cape, South
Africa.
Managing Board: N. C. Wilson, HAWAIIAN MISSION
Chairman; R. A. Buckley, Sec- ACADEMY
retary; E. D. Hanson, L. S. 1417 Makik(ipShto.n, Hawaii
Billes, J. E. Symons, B. W. (Phone 4655)
Abney, P. Jackson.
Faculty: R. A. Buckley, Principal; Established 1915
Mrs. R. A. Buckley, Normal; Board of Directors: C. R. Webster,
P. Mantell, Preceptor. Chairman: J. A. Simonson, Sec.
Faculty: J. A. Simonson, Principal
GREATER NEW YORK and Business Manager, History;
ACADEMY W. Bolinger, Science, Mathemat-
484 Washington Ave., Brook- ics; R. F. Alderson, Bible, Voca-
lyn, N. Y. tional; Viola H. Simonson, Eng-
lish, Home Economics; Edith E.
Established 1920 Wall, Spanish, Piano, Vocal;
Telephone, Prospect 9-7899 Bessie Shaw, English, Matron.
Board: W. H. Heckman, Chair- Grades: Juliette K. Lau, Primary
man; X. P. 'Walton, Sec. Grades, Rachel R. Alderson,
Faculty: X. P. Walton, B. C. S., Intermediate Grades; Minnie
Principal, Bible, Business, Amer- Glantz, Upper Grades.
ican History; Robert Lay, B. A.,
B. S., Mathematics, Science; Vir-
ginia I. Shull, B. A., English, HELDERBERG COLLEGE
Bible, Registrar; Nina. L. Wright, (European)
B. R. E., French, Latin, History,
Typewriting; Mrs. Robert Lay, P. 0. Box 22, Somerset West, Cape
Librarian. Province, South Africa
HANKOW BIBLE AND INDUS- Board: J. F. Wright, Chairman;
TRIAL INSTITUTE G. E. Shankel, Secretary; E. C.
Wang Gia Dun, HanItow, Boger, C. 'W. Bozarth, V. R.
China Cooks, C. W. Curtis, E. D. Han-
son, N. Jeffes, G. W. S. Marais,
Established 1916 L. L. Moffitt, A. E. Nelson, Mil-
Faculty: C. A. Carter, Principal ton Robison, F. J. Snyman, H.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 233

M. Sparrow, A. N. Tonge, M. D., Treas.; W. E. Howell, W. H.


A. V. Edwards, A. F. Tarr, J. V. Branson, M. E. Kern, F. M. Wil-
Wilson. cox, H. T. Elliott, S. A. Well-
Local Board: J. F. Wright, G. E. man, J. A. Stevens, L. E. Froom,
Shankel, A. V. Edwards, A. E. W. E. Nelson, B. S.
Nelson, Milton Robison, A. F. Advisory Council: H. H. Hamilton,
Tarr, J. V. Wilson. A. B.; T. W. Steen, M. S.; W. M.
Faculty: G. E. Shankel, Principal, Landeen, A. B.; W. I. Smith,
History; J. V. Wilson, Business M. S., Ed. D.; M. L. Andreasen,
Manager, Agriculture; A. V. Ed- A. M.; Otto John, M. S.
wards, Bible; W. F. Tarr, Eng-
lish, French; Miss H. M. Hyatt, Faculty: M. E. Olsen, A. M.,
Normal, E. W. Tarr, History; Ph. D., President, English Lan-
C. C. Marais, Africaans, Precep- guage and Literature; J. N.
tor; P. J. van Eck, Asst. Afri- Anderson, A. B., B. D., Hebrew,
kaans, Miss Anne Visser, Pre- New Testament Greek; A. W.
ceptress; Miss Y. de Gourville, Werline, A. M., History; Leo
Music; Mrs. E. M. Bulgin, Li- Thiel, A. M., American Lit-
brarian. erature, Public Speaking, Fresh-
man Rhetoric; Edmund Miller,
Ph. D., Modern Languages; W.
HINDI-SANTALI ELEMENTARY R. French, Th. B., Major and
BOYS' BOARDING SCHOOL Minor Prophets, Advanced Bible
S. D. A. Mission, Karmatar, Readings; E. C. Blue, A. M.,
General Science, Agriculture,
E. I. Ry., India Trigonometry;. F. L. Chaney, A.
Teachers: Barko Kisku, Gulu Kis- B., Geology; Mrs. H. A. Morri-
ku, Sylvanus Himbrom. son, A. M., Astronomy, Geome-
try, Advanced Algebra; Mrs.
HINSDALE SANITARIUM . Mary Dietel, A. M., French,
ACADEMY Spanish; Mrs. Olivia Lockwood,
Hinsdale, Ill. German; Lizzie M. Gregg, Regis-
trar; H. B. Hannum, A. B.,
Established 1915 Harmony; Mrs. Myrta Kellogg-
Board of Trustees: W. H. Holden, Lewis, A. B., Old Testament
Pres.; H. E. Ford, Sec.; L. M. History, Education, Testimonies,
Bowen, Treas. School Management; H. E.
Faculty: P. B. Fairchild, Principal, Snide, A. B., Assistant in Eng-
Preceptor, History, Bible; D. lish; E. E. Franklin, Christian
Courville, Science, Mathematics; Salesmanship; E. W. Carey,
E. Berner, Preceptress, Libra- Bible Doctrines, New Testament
rian, Language, English. History, Bible Readings, Ameri-
can History and Government;
HOME STUDY INSTITUTE Mrs. F. L. Chaney, A. M., Latin;
(Formerly known as the Fireside Mrs. F. M. Wilcox, R. N., Home
Correspondence School) Nursing, Home Economics; B.
Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. P. Foote, B. S. S., Gregg Stenog-
raphy and Typewriting; W. L.
Established 1909 Burgan, Journalism; M. E.
Constituency: The General Con- Evans, Bookkeeping and Ac-
ference Committee. counting; Mrs. N. A. Rice,
Board of Managers: J. L. Shaw, Arithmetic, Algebra;, Mrs, Clara
Chairman; M. E. Olsen, Sec. and Norton, Grades 1-6
234 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

HOME STUDY INSTITUTE guno, Diego Sabrine, Fiorentino,


Oriental Branch Lagonero, J. M. Imperio.
526 Ningkuo Road, Shanghai, China
Established 1922 HONAN JUNIOR MIDDLE
Constituency: The China Division SCHOOL
Executive Committee and the Lowanho, Yencheng, Honan,
Far Eastern Division Executive
Committee. China
Board of Directors: Dr. H. W. Established 1916
Miller, Chairman; W. A. Scharf- Faculty: Wang Ging Bo, Prin-
fenberg, Vice-Chairman, Sec.; cipal; Djao Lien Yuen, Pre-
Frederick Griggs, C. C. Morris, ceptor; Miss Gwoh, Preceptress;
E. Woesner, D. E. Rebok, W. P. Mrs. E. H. James, Yu Ging
Bradley. Fang, Djang Ru Lin, Han Geng
Administration: W. A. Scharffen- Sheng, Wu Yung Gwang, Djang
berg, President; Ruth E. Atwell, Ming Hwa, 'Wang Gwoh Ying.
Registrar and Treasurer; M. C.
Chang, Cashier and Bookkeeper;
W. C. Lee, General Secretary for HOPEI TRAINING INSTITUTE
China; M. R. Liu, Dean of the
Chinese Section; T. P. Wang, Established 1930
Dean of the Language School. Postal Address: 62 Ta Fang Chia
Office Staff: Oilene W. Liu, Asst. Hutung, Peiping, Hopei, China.
Registrar and Treasurer; C. C. Board of Directors: Hopei Provin-
Sha, Recording Secretary; C. H. cial Mission Executive Commit-
Wu, Translator; H. C. Rosell, tee.
Secretary Manila Office. Faculty: Li Kuang-chen, Princi-
Dept. of Oriental Languages: pal; Chang Shou-chen, grades
W. A. Scharffenberg, C. W. Lee, 1-4.
A. N. Nelson, T. P. Wang, T. T.
Hsu, S. Y. Ma, W. C. Lee, S. K.
Wang, G. H. Chen, S. F. Yao, HUNAN PROVINCIAL JUNIOR
G. Y. Djou, B. C. Chiang, S. H. MIDDLE SCHOOL
Chao, L. H. Chin. Seventh-day Adventist Mission,
English Section: Ruth E. Atwell, " The Island," Changsha,
Mrs. 0. B. Kuhn, Charles Lar- Hunan, China
sen, S. H. Lindt, 0. A. Blake, Established 1919
C. F. Thurston, Hazel I. Shadel, Faculty: G. G. Hamp, Princi-
J. Brightel, Ivadel Eaton. pal, Manager; Djang Yu Gwang,
Chinese Section: M. R. Liu, Dean; Hwang Djung Seng, Wang
Pastor Meng Djung Ih, Mrs. Mi Ching Wei, Li Bao Gwo, Mrs.
Deh Fen, Goh Cho Oh, Joe May, C. G. Hamp, Mrs. Djang Yu
Bessie Mount. Kwang.
Korean Section: C. W. Lee, Kang
Chin Ha.
Japanese Section: A. N. Nelson, IBADAN TRAINING SCHOOL
Keiji Nagashima, Eikichi Seino, Established 1932
Hidesada Yanami. P. 0. Box 1g, Ibadan, Nigeria,
Philippine Section: J. L. Cummins, West Africa
General Secretary; H. C. Rosell, Principal: W. T. B. Hyde.
Office Secretary; Ramon Lla- Asst., C. A. Bartlett.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 235

IKIZU TRAINING SCHOOL B., Mrs. A. N. Nelson, R. N.,


Mrs. C. F. Thurston, A. B., Mrs.
Address: Ikizu, P. 0. Musoma, F. R. Millard, H. Yanami, H.
Tanganyika Territory, East Af- Kikuchi, H. Yamamoto, H. J.
rica. Perkins, Mrs. A. N. Anderson.
Principal: G. A. Ellingworth. Girls' Department
Assistant: P. Werner.
Address: 171 Amanuma 1 Chome,
Suginami-ku, Tokyo.
INDIANA ACADEMY Board: V. T. Armstrong, Pres.; S.
Cicero, Ind. Tanaka, Sec.; T. H. Okohira, Dr.
Established 1902 Paul V. Starr, Miss Roby W.
Board: S. E. Wight, Pres.; V`.- P. Peck, Mrs. Ai Ogura.
Lovell, Sec. and Treas. Faculty: T. H. Okohira, S. Ta-
Faculty: V. P. Lovell, Principal, naka, Mrs. Ai Ogura, Kiku Ki-
Business Manager, World His- yoka, Mrs. E. J. Kraft, Mrs. V.
tory; H. A. Wohlers, Account- T. Armstrong, Mrs. S. Tanaka,
ant, Shop Superintendent, Com- Mrs. T. Kato.
merce; 0. K. Butler, Pastor,
Bible, History; Nathaniel Par-
'-ker, Preceptor, 'Science, Mathe- JUGOSLAVIAN UNION TRAIN-
matics, Printing; Ruth Wiest, ING SCHOOL
Preceptress, Language; Mrs. Se- Teeaj za sveopste vaspitanje
nora Franzina, Matron; H. A.
Ha,benicht, Agriculture, Farm Established 1931
Manager; Mrs. 0. K. Butler, Address: Pantovilak 121, Zagreb,
English, Librarian. Jugoslavia.
Board: R. Schillinger, Chairman.
Faculty: R. Schillinger, Director
INTER-MOUNTAIN INTERME- and Farm Manager; A. Mocnik,
DIATE SCHOOL Bible, Ecclesiastical History; S.
Established 1918 Ludewig, German, History, Com-
merce, Treasurer, Preceptor; L.
Postal Address: Route 1, Grand Schillinger, Anatomy; M. Golu-
Valley. Colo. bic, Jugoslavian, Sciences; W.
Principal: L. M. Cowin, B. A. Schupnik, Accountant.
Elementory Grades: Mrs. L. M.
Cowin.
KAMAGAMBO TRAINING
SCHOOL
JAPAN JUNIOR COLLEGE Kamagambo, Kisii, via Kisumu,
(Nihon San-Iku Gakuin) Kenya Colony, East Africa
Established 1926 Principal: E. R. Warland, A. C. P.
Address: Showa-machi, Kimitsu-
gun, Chiba-ken, Japan. KAREN MISSION SCHOOL
Boys' Department Established 1918
Board: V. T. Armstrong, Pres.: Office Address: S. D. A. Mission
A. N. Nelson, Sec.; H. Yanami, School, Kamamaung, Shwegon
S. Ogura, H. Kikuchi, H. Yama- P. 0., Burma.
moto, A. N. Anderson, H. J. Faculty: E. A. Crane, Principal;
Perkins, Treas. and Bus. Mgr. Maung Sein, Tun Maung, Ka
Faculty: A. N. Nelson, A. B., Ph. Lee Paw, Ka Yai, Naw Sein
D., Principal; C. F. Thurston, A. Dwe, David, Daw Mee Shute,
236 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

(Anglo-Karen, lst-7th stand- LIMA TRAINING SCHOOL


ards; agriculture, brick-making,
building, weaving, rice milling, (Institute Industrial)
and sawing logs. Miraflores, Lima, Perfi, South
America
KERN ACADEMY Established 1919
Shafter, Calif.
Established 1930 Postal Address: Casilla 2102, Lima,
Board: P. J. Buller, Chairman; Peru.
H. A. Davis, Sec.-Treas. Telegraphic Address: "Instituto,"
Faculty: H. A. Davis, Principal, "Miraflores,
Bible, Chorus; Mrs. E. E. Adam- Board: F. E. Bresee, Chairman;
son, English, History; E. M. C. H. Baker, Sec. and Treas.
Christiansen, Science, Mathemat- Faculty: C. H. Baker, Principal,
ics, Woodwork; P. J. Gaede, Business Manager, Bible; P. P.
German, Grades 7 and 8; Mrs. LOD, B. A., Preceptor, History;
P. J. Gaede, Homemaking; Vera J. F. Cummins, R. A., Account-
,Johnson, Grades 4-6; Mrs. Clara ant, Mathematics, Commerce;
Heinrichs, Grades 1-3; Mrs. D. R. A. A. Alva, National Subjects,
Miller, Piano. Farm Manager; , Domestic
Science, Normal Subjects, Eng-
LAURELWOOD ACADEMY lish; Mrs. J. F. Cummins, R. N.,
School Nurse; Mrs. C. H. Baker,
Gaston, Oreg. (Piano Conservatory), Piano,
Established 1904 Music; , Preceptress,
Board: E. L. Neff, Chairman; H. R. Spanish.
Miller, Sec.
Faculty: H. R. Miller, Principal,
Business Mgr.; H. E. Weaver, LODI ACADEMY
Bible, Bookkeeping, Physiology; Lodi, Calif.
Tom Walters, Preceptor, Eng- Established 190R
lish, Boys' Physical Education; Board of Management: J. E. Ful-
Mrs. Tom Walters, Registrar, ton, Pres.; H. E. Westermeyer,
Typing; W. W. Wilkinson, His- Sec.
tory, English; Miss Zella Rine, Faculty: H. E. Westermeyer, Prin-
Preceptress, Mathematics; V. V. cipal and Manager; K. D. Cople,
Ernston, Accountant, Spanish; Treasurer, Farm Manager, Book-
W. R. Emmerson, Industrial
Manager; Rae Weinheimer, Ma- keeping; H. L. Wallace, Bible,
tron; Mrs. V. V. Ernston, Eng- History; L. C. Palmer, Science,
lish, Piano, Orchestra, Girls' Mathematics; Mrs. L. C. Palmer,
Physical Education; L. H. Booth, Registrar, Librarian, English;
Grades 6-8; Mrs. L. H. Booth, F. D. Fisher, Preceptor, Manual
Grades 1-5. Training; Janet McKibben, Pre-
ceptress, Spanish; Mrs. B. Cal-
LIBERIAN MISSION SCHOOL kins, Matron, Sewing, Cookery;
R. A. Buchanan, M. D., Home
Established 1928 Physician, First Aid; L. M.
Address: c/o J. and J. M., Grand Knapp, Printing; E. C. Collins,
Bassa, Palmberg Station, Li- Band; A. A. Rupert, Basketry;
beria, West Africa. Elizabeth Osburn, Typewriting,
School Board: The Mission Com- Shorthand; Evelyn Parr-James,
mittee. Vocal, Chorus and Glee; Bea-
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 237

trice Loewen, Piano and Theory: ics, Spanish, Home Art; Evelyn
Mrs. F. D. Fisher, Principal and Dietel-Rice, A. B., Typing, Short-
Grades 7-8; Anna Jensen, Grades hand, Bookkeeping; Erwin Hen-
4-6; Lydia Reinmuth, Grades ning, A. B., Science; Gladys
1-3. Schacht, Graduate of Conserv-
atory of Music, Piano; Clara
M. Striplin, Bookkeeper; Annie
LOMA LINDA ACADEMY Mottram-Batten, A. T. C. M.,
Loma Linda, California Classes in Vocal; Grace Hansen-
Board of Managers: H. H. Hicks, Buell, A. B., Violin; Mabel Ca-
Chairman, W. C. Flaiz, Sec. son, Art; Mrs. B. E. Bridwell,
Faculty: W. C. Flaiz, Principal, Cafeteria.
History; Frank A. Moran, Bible;
L. J. Vollmer, Mathematics, Li-
brary; W. F. Hardt, Spanish; MALAMULO MISSION TRAIN-
Mrs. Ralph Glass, English, Home ING INSTITUTE
Economics, Physical Education Established 1902
for Girls; Glenn Martin, Science, Cholo, Nyasaland, Africa
Woodwork; Ellsworth Whitney, Telegraphic Address: Malarnulo,
Piano, Pipe Organ, Chorus; Mrs. Cholo, Nyasaland.
Viola Stout, Violin, Orchestra; School Board: Union Executive
Mrs. Ella Johnson-Moyers, Ac- Committee, Yolam Kamwendo,
countant, Commerce ; Grades 1-8: James Ngaiyaye.
Marie Lucas, Margie Northey, Faculty: G. R. Nash, Principal,
Mrs. D. L. Stoops, Helen John- Mrs. W. L. Davy, Normal Direc-
son, Evelyn Roos. tor; Dr. E. G. Marcus, I. L. Ans-
ley, Miss L. D. Melvill, Mrs.
E. G. Marcus, Mrs. G. R. Nash,
LONG BEACH SEVENTH-DAY Yolam Kamwendo, Assistant
ADVENTIST ACADEMY Normal Director assisted by 10
native teachers.
1880 Dawson Ave., Long Beach, Cal.
Board: Dr. A. N. Donaldson, Chair- MALAYALAM HIGH SCHOOL
man; W. S. Potts, Sec.
Faculty: W. S. Potts, Principal; Established 1925
Edna Kilcher, Erna Hofgaarden, Address: S. D. A. High School,
J. J. Paulson, Mrs. J. J. Paulson, Kottarakara, S. Travancore,
A. G. Kelsey, Miss Esther Siess. South India.
Faculty: E. L. Gardner, Principal;
LOS ANGELES SEVENTH-DAY G. P. Crussiah, S. Nathanial.
ADVENTIST ACADEMY L. C. Charles, V. Jacob, V. S.
3210 Post St., Los Angeles, Calif. Sastri, Mrs. T. V. Zechariah.

Phone, Capitol 5992 MALAYAN SEMINARY


Board: E. C. Kellogg, Chairman; Established 1916
Wm. Guthrie, Vice-Chairman; Address: 401 Upper Serangoon
C. D. Striplin, Sec.-Treas. Road, Singapore, Straits Settle-
Faculty. C. D. Striplin, M. S., ments.
Principal, Bible; C. L. Avery, Cable and Telegraphic Address:
History, Woodwork; Kathryne " Adventist," Singapore: Codes:
Speh, A. B., English, German; Western Union, Five-Letter Edi-
Mable Andre, A. B., Mathemat- tion, and A. B. C., Fifth Edition.
238 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Board: Malayan Union Mission MARIENHOEHE SEMINARY


Executive Committee. Darmstadt, Germany
Faculty: F. L. Bunch, Principal;
Business Manager, Treasurer; Established 1921
Mrs. L. I. Bowers, Mrs. F. L. Board: G. W. Schubert, H. Box,
Bunch, Z. H. Macarewa, Ngo J. Braun, L. E. Conradi, H. Fen-
Beng-hoe, Ngo Beng-lim, L. B. ner, E. Gugel, A. Minck, W,
Tamboenan, Mrs. S. M. Tan; Mueller, 0. Schildhauer, 0. Schu-
L. I. Bowers, Industrial Supt. berth, G. Seng, A. Vollmer, M.
H. Wentland, J. Wintzen, A.
Zeiner.
MANCHURIAN UNION TRAIN-
ING INSTITUTE Faculty: Otto Schuberth, Princi-
pal, Modern Languages, Educa-
Established 1923 tion; P. Schwaderer, Business
Address: Wen Kuan Tun, Mukden, Manager; 'Wilhelm Hoffman, Bi-
Manchuria. ble; Wilhelm Michael, Ph. D.,
Board of Directors: The Manchur- German, History, Gymnastics;
ian Union Mission Committee. Horst Werner, Preceptor, Com-
Faculty: Djeng Deh Li, Principal mercial Department; Martha
and Manager; Djao Hsi Gia, Ruckert, Household Economics,
Treas.; Yang Kuo Kwang, Pre- Gymnastics; Christine Zybach,
ceptor; Mrs. D. L. Djeng, Pre- Preceptress, Kindergarten Meth-
ceptress; Tan Ming Kwen, Li ods; Michael Schrbdl, Printing;
Kwan Sin, Han Djung Hai, Pri- Karl Zeiss, Agriculture; Luise
mary Teacher. Westermann, Matron.

MEIKTILA TRAINING SCHOOL


MAPLEWOOD ACADEMY Established 1910
Hutchinson, Minn. Office Address: S. D. A. Training
School, Meiktila. Burma.
Established 1904 at Maple Plain, Faculty: J. Phillips, Principal;
Minn.; transferred to Hutchin- James Baldwin, Mrs. J. Phillips,
son, Minn., in 1928. Tha Kin, Arthur Ba Tin, Maung
Executive Board: V. J. Johns, May Din, Daw Tin, Ma Faery,
President; David Gulbrandson, Miss N. Peraera, Ma Ngwe Ya,
Secretary. Miss D. Jacobs, Po Han, Paul,
Faculty: David Gulbrandson, Prin- Ah Lone Shoke, Ma Nyein Yin.
cipal and Manager, Scandinavian Standards: 1 to 10.
Language; Paul Ford, Science,
Commercial; E. K. Vande Vere,
History, English; R. W. Fowler, MIRIGEDA TRAINING SCHOOL
Preceptor, Mathematics, Chemis- Mirigeda, via Port Moresby, Papua
try; J. C. Harder, Bible, Ger-
man; Katie M. Pogue, Precep-
tress; Adrian Lauritzen, Piano, MOUNTAIN VIEW UNION
Voice; Essie Barber, Matron; ACADEMY
Myrtle Sather, Accountant; I. D. Mountain View, Calif.
Long, Superintendent Book Bind-
ery and Print Shop; Floyd Klei- Established 1922
man, Superintendent Farm and Board: J. R. Ferren, Chairman;
Dairy; Ethel M. Hartzell, Art. R. P. Rowe, Secretary.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 239

Faculty: R. B. Prout, Principal, Printing; Mrs. Hattie McIntyre,


Bible; R. I. Rasmussen, Science; Preceptress-Matron, Home Eco-
W. B. Ammundsen, Mathemat- nomics; J. Haffner, Violin, Or-
ics, Bible, Woodwork; Kathryn chestra, Assistant in Printing.
Coombs, English, Typing; Olive
Westphal, Spanish, Domestic NARASAPUR HIGH SCHOOL
Science; Paul Meeth, Grades 7 Narasapur, West Godavary,
and 8; Miss MacElvaine, Grades South India
4 to 6; Mrs. R. S. Parrish,
Grades 1 to 3. Faculty: C. A. Randolph, Princi-
pal; M. B. Israel, T. Krishnarao,
Ch. John, Ch. B. William, Mrs.
MOUNT ELLIS ACADEMY P. Sundararao.
Bozeman, Montana
Established 1901 NASHVILLE JUNIOR ACADEMY
Officers: J. L. McConaughey, Pres.; 2011 Twenty-fourth Ave., North,
F. H. Parrish, Sec. Nashville, Tenn.
Faculty: F. H. Parrish, Principal, Established 1918
Business Manager, Bible, Book-
keeping; Mrs. F. H. Parrish, Faculty: Lee Fickess, Principal,
Registrar, History, English, Grades 9, 10; Mrs. Lee Fickess,
French; R. A. White, Engineer, Grades 5-8; Minnie Brown,
Farm Manager, Science, Mathe- Grades 1-4.
matics, Woodwork; Mrs. R. A.
White, Matron; Wilmer Schoep- NAVUSO INTERMEDIATE
fin, Preceptor, Bible, English, SCHOOL
History; Miss Amy Jacobsen,
Preceptress, Spanish, Typing, Wainibuka River, via Viria, Fiji
Sewing; Miss Florence Jacobson, Head Master: H. M. Lansdown.
Grade School.
NCHWANGA TRAINING SCHOOL
MOUNT VERNON. ACADEMY Mubende, Uganda
Legal Name: Mt. Vernon Established 1931
College Corporation
Postal .Address: P. 0. Mubende,
Mount Vernon, Ohio Uganda, East Africa.
Established 1893 Principal: V. Rasmussen.
Preceptor and Asst. Teacher: H.
Board: F. H. Robbins, Pres.; E. M. Guwedeko.
Andross, Sec.; 0. S. Hershber- Teacher: Z. Biraro.
ger, Treas.; W. B. Mohr, Au-
ditor. NEWBOLD MISSIONARY
Faculty: E. M. Andross, A. B., COLLEGE
Principal, History; R. F. Farley,
M. A., Bible; H. F. Lease, A. B., Near Rugby, Warwickshire,
Preceptor, Science, Mathematics; England
Irene Wakeham, A. B., English, Established 1901
French, Stenography; H. A. Mil-
ler, Music; 0. S. Hershberger, Board of Directors: W. E. Read,
Business Manager, Treasurer; W. G. C. Murdoch, G. W. Baird,
Mrs. Phyna Kelly, Accountant, E. D. Dick, G. Keough, 0. M.
Commercial; P. C. Cardy, A. B., Dorland, A. S. Maxwell, H. W.
240 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Lowe, H. Osborne, F. W. Good- Faculty: G. H. Greenaway; Prin-


all, Dr. C. E. Nelson. cipal and Business Manager;
Executive Committee of Board of C. V. Millward, Mrs. M. White,
Directors: W. E. Read, W.G. C. H. S. Streeter, E. M. Abbott,
Murdoch, 0. M. Dorland, G. W. Miss R. Fraser, Miss E. Piper,
Baird, G. Keough. Miss U. Gardner, A. G. Gilbert.
Administrative Staff: W. G. C.
Murdoch, Principal; F. D. Buckle, NORTH AGRA MISSION GIRLS'
Treasurer; F. J. Wilmshurst, SCHOOL
Preceptor; Miss E. Donaldson, S. D. A. Mission, Hapur, U. P.,
Preceptress and Matron.
Faculty: W. G. Murdoch, Chris- India
tian Evidences, Church History, (Formerly in Lucknow)
Latin; G. Keough, Bible Exege- Established 1919
sis, Homiletics; G. W. Baird, Anglo-Urdu Primary School, about
History, English Language, Lit- 4th Grade.
erature; E. E. White, Science, Faculty: Mrs. R. L. Nimble, Prin-
Mathematics, Geography; E. R. cipal; and Indian teachers.
Phillips, Greek and Hebrew; Industries: Gardening.
A. J. Raitt, French, German;
Miss E. Donaldson, Bible Read-
ings; Elsie M. Argent, Short-
hand, Typewriting, Bookkeep- NORTH CHINA TRAINING
ing, , Pianaforte; K. G. INSTITUTE
Figg, Carpentry and Engineer- Fengtai, Hopei, China
ing. Established 1920
Faculty: Shan Ying Min, Princi-
NEWFOUNDLAND JUNIOR pal; L. H. Davies, Treasurer
ACADEMY and Manager; Jen Yung Chang,
Preceptor; Hou Ch'un Ho, Fac-
St. John's, Newfoundland tory Superintendent; Shen Tze-
(Not revised for current issue) liang, Mrs. Shen Tze-Jiang, Yang
Ch'un Ting, Mrs. Jen Yung-
Principal: J. G. Combden; Mrs. ch'ang, Preceptress; Mrs. Yu
Marguerite Combden, Mrs. Fern Shu-hsien, Assistant Preceptress.
Simms.

NEW GUINEA TRAINING NORTHEAST INDIA MISSION


SCHOOL TRAINING SCHOOL
Mussau, Territory of New Guinea Established 1917
Head Master: H. R. Steed. Address: Baragain, Ranchi, P. 0.,
Behar and Orissa, India.
NEW ZEALAND MISSIONARY School Board: G. G. Lowry, Chair-
COLLEGE man; H. H. Mattison, Sec.; C.
Longburn, New Zealand A. Hart, W. B. Votaw, G. E.
Lindquist.
Established 1907 Faculty: H. H. Mattison, Princi-
Board: H. E. Piper, G. H. Green- pal; assisted by R. N. Dass,
away, W. Richards, B. McMahon, Sylvanus Ekka, P. D. Kujur,
T. W. Hammond, F. G. Rampton, Jonas Singh, Shanti Besra, Na-
C. W. Tinworth, C. A. Wrigley, thaniel Das, Mrs. H. H. Matti-
G. F. Wright. SOD.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 241

NORTHERN LUZON ACADEMY NORTHWEST INDIA UNION


Established 1924 TRAINING SCHOOL
Address: Artacho, Sison, Pangasi- The Retreat, Roorkee, India
nan, Philippine Islands. Established 1920
Board of Trustees: E. N. Lugen- ( For Indian workers Urdu
beal, Mrs. C. G. Lugenbeal, A. with which has been incorpor-
Balinao, T. A. Pilar, T. P. Atiga, ated the boys' school formerly
G. 0. Cerezo, A. Z. Roda, A. at Hapur.)
Ganzagan, R. A. Pilar, A. Sta. Grades 1-12 including Theological
Rita. and Normal Training in Urdu
Executive Committee: E. N. Lu- and English; Industries, Farm-
ing and Tailoring.
genbeal, Mrs. C. G. Lugenbeal,
Facuty: J. M. Steeves, B. A., Prin-
A. Balinao, G. 0. Cerezo, T. A. cipal; E. W. Pohlman, Mrs. E.
Pilar. W. Pohlman, Mrs. J. M. Steeves,
Faculty: Mrs. C. G. Lugenbeal, and five Indian teachers.
Principal, English, Music; G. 0.
Cerezo, Preceptor, Bible, Inter-
mediate; Mrs. M. A. Villanueva, NORWAY S. D. A. MISSION
Preceptress, Matron, School SCHOOL
Nurse, Home. Economics; Q. C. (Onsrud Misjonsskole)
Cabansag, Farm Manager; A. A.
Carungay, Science, Mathemat- Algarheim, Norway
ics; F. B. Barrientos, Inter- Established 1922
mediate; Miss F. L. Trinidad,
Primary. Faculty: 0. J. Olsen, Principal,
Bible; Olaf Wiik, Norwegian,
History; K. Nrland, Norwe-
NORTHWEST CHINA UNION gian, History, Geography; Gud-
TRAINING SCHOOL run Nilsen, Mathematics, Sci-
ence; Margit Strom, German,
(Tsao Tan Training School) French.
Tsao Tan Chen, Shensi
Organized in 1932 NTUSU GIRLS' SCHOOL
Postal Address: Tsao Tan Chen, Lady in Charge: L. Drangmeister.
via Sianfu, Shensi. Address: Ntusu, P. 0. Maswa,
Telegraphic Address: Care "Ad- Lake Province, Tanganyika Ter-
ventist," Sianfu, Shensi. ritory, East Africa.
Executive Board: The Executive African Teachers: 2.
Committee of the Northwest
China Union Mission.
Local Board: Ho Ping Dwan, Z. H. OAK PARK ACADEMY
Coberly, Fan Wei Shen, Wang Nevada, Iowa
Dzi Ching, Lo Huei An.
Faculty: Ho Ping Dwan, Principal, Established 1911
Bible and English; Wang Dzi Board: R. S. Fries, Pres.; H. C.
Ching, Preceptor, Mathematics Hartman, Sec.
and Language; Lo Huei An, Faculty: H. C. Hartman, A. B.,
Manual Training and Science; Principal, Mathematics; A. E.
Fan Wei Shen, Preceptress and Axelson, M. A., Bible; M. S.
Sewing. Culver, A. B., Preceptor, His-
Industries: Sewing and Farm. tory; Fae Cowin, A. B., Precep-
242 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

tress, English; Adolphus Parker, cation; Julia F. Baugh; Meth-


A. B., Spanish, Science; Elmer ods; Nathaniel Ashby, Language,
Robertson, A. B., History, Man- History; Garland Millet, Mathe-
ual Training; Mrs. H. C. Hart- matics; Ruth N. Frazier, Hydro-
man, Music; Irene Pedersen, therapy, Nursing; G. A. Small-
Accountant, Commercial; Viola wood, Printing, , Wood-
Frick, Matron, Domestic Sci- work.
ence; E. F. Jeys, Printshop Su- Industrial Faculty: James Oss,
perintendent. Comptroller, Manager; J. L. Mo-
ran, President; I. V. Counsell,
Accountant; C. E. Mosley, Dean
OAKWOOD JUNIOR COLLEGE of Men; Julia F. Baugh, Dean
(For Colored) of Women; Bonnie L. Dobbins,
Matron; Mrs. E. I. Cunningham,
Huntsville, Ala. Laundry, Store; A. N. Atteberry,
Established 1895 Dairy Superintendent, Farm;
Board of Trustees: S. A. Ruskjer, G. A. Smallwood, Printing Su-
Chairman; James Oss, Treas.; perintendent; , Mill Super-
J L. Moran, Sec.; W. E. Nelson, intendent.
F. L. Peterson, C. G. Ortner, J. Elementary School: Grades 1-6:
E. Weaver, J. K. Jones, G. E. 0. B. Edwards, Principal; Mrs.
Peters, H. J. Detwiler, J. E. J. F. Dent, Critic Teacher.
Cox, J. F. Piper, T. H. Allison,
W. H. Holden, 0. A. Troy; J. 0.
Thomas, F. A. Osterman, Anna OSHAWA MISSIONARY
Knight, R. I. Keate, H. J. Kloos- COLLEGE
ter, R. L. Benton, M. M. Young, Oshawa, Ontario
H. E. Lysinger, V. G. Anderson,
Glenn Calkins, P. G. Rodgers. Established 1912; Incorporated
Executive Committee: S. A. Husk- Dec. 20, 1920
ier, Chairman; Jam es Oss, General Board: M. N. Campbell,
Treas.; J. L. Moran, Sec.; J. E. Chairman; W. E. Perrin, Secre-
Weaver, C. G. Ortner, Anna tary; D. E. Reiner, P. D. Ger-
Knight, C. E. Mosley, Jr., W. E. rard, W. A. Clemenson, 0. Zip-
Nelson, V. 0. Anderson, H. E. rick, E. A. Beavon, A. V. Rhoads,
Lysinger, J. G. Thomas, R. I. H. A. Lukens, S. G. White, H. K.
Keate. Martin, C. W. Degering, C. Mar-
Administration: J. L. Moran, Pres- acle, H. G. Burden, H. A. Shep-
ident; 0. B. Edwards, Director ard.
Teacher Training School, Princi- Local Board: H. A. Lukens, Chair-
pal of the Academy; C. E. Mos- man; C. W. Degering, Sec.; E.
ley, Dean of Men; Julia F. Humann, A. E. 'ginner, W. J.
Baugh, Dean of Women; Dr. Hurdon, R. A. Hubley, F. G.
L. L. Holness, Superintendent of Hill, C. Maracle, C. L. Paddock.
Sanitarium; Celestine Reid-Fra- Faculty: C. W. Degering, B. A.,
zier, Registrar; Mrs. L. J. Egles- President, Manager; Theresa
ton, Matron of Children's Home. Brickman, B. A., Treasurer, Com-
Faculty: J. L. Moran, President; merce; H. T. Terry, B. A., Dean
C. E. Mosley, Bible Department; of Men, History; E. A. Bauer,
0. B. Edwards, Bible, Music; B. A., Science and Mathematics;
J. F. Dent, Science; L. L. Hol- Louise Dedeker, B. A., Dean of
ness, AL D., Anatomy, Professor Women, French, Nurse; C. 0.
of Health; Eva 13. Dykes, Edu- Smith, B. A., Bible, Registrar;
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 243

Bertha Wolfe-Terry, B. A., Eng- Stearns, A. B. (leave of ab. 1st


lish; Miriam Harder, A. T. C. M., semes. 1934-35), Assistant in Ele-
Music; Abbie Culbert, Elemen- mentary Education; Minnie E.
tary; Laura M. Lowry, Matron; Dauphinee, Dean of Women; G.
L. E. Rafferty, Factory Superin- W. Greer, Voice, Chorus; Gil-
tendent; Harold Lofthouse, Farm mour McDonald, B. A., Piano;
Superintendent. Anna J. Olson, B. A., Registrar;
Mrs. Lucy E. Whitney, B. A.,
Librarian, Spanish; G. H. Jeys,
PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE Printing; 0. C. Baldwin, B. A..
Angwin, Napa Co., Calif. Agriculture; H. D. Wheeler, B.
A., Accountancy, Commerce ;
Established 1909 Lois Christian, M. A., Assistant
Board of Trustees, Pacific Union in English, Shorthand; Lydia
College Association: G. A. Cal- Kime-Wolfkill, M. A., Home
kins, Pres.; W. I. Smith, Vice- Economics; A. R. Monteith, A.
Pres. and Sec.; L. W. Cobb, M., Dean of Men, Assistant in
Treas.; G. A. Roberts, D. Voth, History; Delmer Brown, M. A.,
W. C. White, B. M. Emerson, Assistant in Chemistry; Alice
M. W. Newton, E. F. Hackman, C. Babcock, B. A., Assistant in
W. E. Atkin, W. C. Raley, H. W. English; Mrs. A. R. Monteith,
Vollmer, H. G. Lucas, E. E. Cos- A. B., R. N., Instructor in Nurs-
sentine. ing Education; L. E. Downs,
Local Board of Management: W. B. A., Principal of Academy,
I. Smith, Chairman; L. W. Assistant in Mathematics; Mrs.
Cobb, Sec.; M. W. Newton, W. L. E. Downs, Primary Room
B. Taylor, R. A. Mortensen, B. Critic Teacher; Margaret E.
P. Hoffman, H. W. Vollmer. Nickel, M. A., Grammar Room
Faculty: W. I. Smith, M. S., Ed. D., Critic Teacher.
President; B. P. Hoffman, M. A.,
Religion; E. H. Einmerson, B. A.,
Religion; AL W. Newton, M. S., PHILIPPINE UNION COLLEGE
Mathematics, Astronomy; N. E.
Paulin, Musical Theory, Violin, Established 1917
Orchestra; J. M. Peterson, Ph. Location: Baesa, Caloocan, Rizal.
D., English, German; R. A. Philippine Islands.
Mortensen, Ph. D., Physics,
Chemistry; W. B. Taylor, B. S., Cable Address: "Philipunion," Ma-
Carpentry, Cabinet Making; H. nila, Philippine Islands.
W. Clark, M. A., Biological Postal Address: P. 0. Box 1772,
Science; W. H. Teesdale, Ph. Manila, Philippine Islands.
D., History; G. F. Wolfkill,
Ed. D., Psychology and Second- Board of Trus