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1944

YEAR BOOK
OF THE

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
DENOMINATION

Comprising a Directory of the General Conference,


Union and Local Conferences, Mission Fields,
Educational Institutions, Publishing Houses, Peri-
odicals, Sanitariums, Hospitals and Dispensaries.

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PREPARED BY
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of the General Conference .

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CONTENTS

Fundamental Beliefs 4
General Conference and Departments

Divisions :

North America 21
Australasian 65
Central European 73
China 85
Far Eastern 102
Inter-American 116
Northern European 130
South American 139
Southern African 154
Southern Asia 177
Southern European 190
General Conference Missions Division y 204
Union of Socialist Soviet Republics 211

Institutions :

Educational 212
Publishing Houses 255
Periodicals Issued 267
Medical 282
Dispensaries and Treatment Rooms 294
Food Companies 297

Statistical Tables 299


Constitution and By-Laws 310
Ministerial Directory 316
Obituary Record 393
Index 397

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Preface
A directory of the conferences, mission fields and institutions connected with
the Seventh-day Adventist denomination is given in the following pages. Adminis-
trative and workers' lists have been furnished by the organizations concerned.
In cases where current reports were not received, previous official and personnel
rolls have been retained or adjusted to the best information available. The
data appearing below is summarized largely from the 1942 Statistical Report, the
one last issued at this date.
The number of churches and the church membership in each of the confer-
ences in North America are those reported at the close of the third quarter, 1943.
In fields outside of North America the church and membership statistics at the
close of 1942 have been used except in a few instances where the organizations
themselves have reported later figures. Populations of conferences in North Amer-
ica are based on the 1940 census reports; and population figures for other fields
have been furnished largely from the different Division or Union offices, Owing to
uncertainty in many conferences in North America regarding the division of work-
ers' lists between missionary credentials and missionary licenses, and because of
the ambiguity of terms relating to these groups, the names of the two classes of
missionary workers have been listed in the conferences this year under the dual
heading of "Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries." It is hoped that these lists
can be fully separated for the 1945 Year Book.
The Seventh-day Adventist denomination was organized May 21, 1863, with a
constituency of 125 churches and 3,500 members. The work was largely confined
to North America until the year 1874, when the first missionary, Elder J. N.
Andrews, was sent to Switzerland. Gradually other countries were entered. In
1886 a minister went to Russia, the first non-Protestant country in which this work
was started. The schooner "Pitcairn" was launched in San Francisco Bay on
July 28, 1890, and was soon prepared to carry groups of missionaries to various
Pacific islands. In 1894 Seventh-day Adventist workers first entered a heathen
land, opening a mission in Matabeleland, South Africa. South America was entered
the same year, and Japan in 1896.
Since 1901 to the close of 1942, 4,818 missionaries have been sent out for mis-
sion service in various lands, occupying all of the larger countries of the world
and many of the islands of the sea. At the close of 1941, Seventh-day Adventists
were conducting work in 413 countries, islands, and island groups. Twenty-eight
thousand eight hundred seventy-nine evangelistic and institutional workers were
using in their work 810 languages and modes of speech.
The membership of the 9,212 Seventh-day Adventist churches throughout the
world in 1942 was 535,134. There were 68 union conferences and missions, 136
local conferences, 194 regularly organized mission fields, and 546 institutions. Of
the 28,879 laborers, 10,794 were in North America, and 18,085 in other countries.
The funds in tithes and offerings contributed in 1942 by Seventh-day Advent-
ists were the largest ever raised by the denomination during any one year. The
amount of $20,109,148.56 was a per capita contribution of $37.57 for every mem-
ber in the world field. In North America alone the per capita giving in tithes
and offerings was $77.14.
The Statistical Report showed that there were 83 Seventh-day Adventist pub-
lishing houses and branches, whose book and periodical retail sales in 1942 were
$5,467,664.99. These publishing houses employed 1,293 workers in producing this
literature, and 3,240 more were engaged in its distribution. Seventh-day Ad-
ventist literature has been printed in about 200 languages, and there were 313
periodicals issued.
The enrollment in the 14,436 Sabbath schools was 641,559, and the annual
Sabbath school contributions were $2,327,770.07. Sanitariums, hospitals, and
treatment rooms, to the number of 167, engaged in the care of the sick, with
6,685 physicians, nurses, and other attendants, who treated 829,568 patients dur-
ing 1942.
There were 2,932 elementary schools, and 267 secondary and advanced schools,
with 5,926 teachers employed, and an enrollment of 124,352 pupils. At the close
of the 1941-42 school year 1,292 students entered some line of denominational
work.
The property value of all organizations and institutions connected with the
Seventh-day Adventist denomination, including churches, at the close of 1942, was
$74,785,933.08.
The total amount of funds in tithes and offerings contributed since the organ-
ization of the Seventh-day Adventist General Conference in 1863 to the close of
1942 was $330,136,290.70. Literature sales for the same period were registered as
$136,264,973.68.
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FUNDAMENTAL BELIEFS OF SEVENTII-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, may be summarized as follows:
1. That the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments were given by
inspiration of God, contain an all-sufficient revelation of His will to men, and are
the only unerring rule of faith and practice. 2 Tim. 3:15-17.
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 as a 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, where 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 immer-
sion. 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, unchangeable precepts,
binding upon all men, in every age. Ex. 20:1-17.
7. That the fourth commandment of this unchangeable law requires the observ-
ance 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 Jesus 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 cannot save the transgressor from his sin, 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 substitute, 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 everyone that believeth." Rom. 1:16. 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 in-
dwelling 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
2 :1.2 :4 Rom. 3 :20 ; 6 :8-10 : 7 :7 ; Eph. 2 :8-10 ; 3 :17 ; Gal. 2 :20 ; Heb. 8:8-12.
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FUNDAMENTAL BELIEFS 5

9. That God "only hath immortality." 1 Tim. 6:15. Mortal man possesses a
nature inherently sinful and dying. Eternal life is the gift of God through faith in
Christ. Rom. 6:23. ,"He that hath the Son hath life." 1 John 6:12. 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.
9:6, 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 resur-
rection 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 ; Ma].
4:1-8 ; 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 Daniel 8:14; its cleansing being, as in the type, a work of judg-
ment, 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.
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 investi-
gative 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 multitudes 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 adopting 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 recog-
nize 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 becomes a follower
of the meek and lowly Master. Thus the believer will be led to abstain 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.
IS. 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. 28 :23 ; 1 Cor. 9 :9-14 ; 2 Cor. 9 :6-16.
19. That God has placed in His church the gifts of the Holy Spirit, as enu-
merated 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.
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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 associated with His return, such as the
resurrection of the dead, the destruction 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 conditions in the physical,
social, industrial, political, and religious worlds, indicates that Christ's coming
"is near, even at the doors." Matt. 24:33. 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" (Matt. 24:44) will be revealed. Luke 21:26-27 ; 17:26-30 ;
John 14:1-3 : Acts 1 :9-11 ; Rev. 1:7 ; Heb. 9:28 ; James 6:1-8 ; Joel 3:9-16 ; 2 Tim.
3 :1-6 ; Dan. 7 :27 ; Matt. 24 :36, 44.
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, will 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 from the foul blot of sin. Revelation 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 kingdom under the whole heaven will be given to the people of
the saints of the Most High, whose kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and all
dominions shall serve and obey Him." Dan. 7:27. Christ, the Lord, will reign
supreme, 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; Rom. 4:13 ; Heb. 11:8-16 ; Matt. 5:5 : Isaiah 36 ; Rev. 21:1-7 ;
5 :13 ; Dan. 7 :27.
Directory of the Seventh-day
Adventist Denomination

GENERAL CONFERENCE
Organized May 21, 1863

Territory: The following-named Divi- Assistant Treasurers: H. H. Cobban, J.


sions of the General Conference: F. Cummins.
North American, Australasian, Cen-
tral European, China, Far Eastern, General Field Secretaries: M. L. An-
Inter-American, Northern European, dreasen, N. F. Brewer, F. C. Gilbert,
South American, Southern African, Frederick Griggs, M. E. Kern, Meade
Southern Asia, Southern European. MacGuire, R. Ruhling.
General Conference Missions, Union Statistical Secretary: Claude Conard.
of Socialist Soviet Republics.
Auditor: W. E. Phillips; Associates,
Cable Address: Adventist, Washington. H. W. Barrows, Claude Conard.
(A B C Code, fifth edition.) Where
the above cable address cannot be Secretaries of Departments
used, please address as follows, "Gen-
eral Conference, Washington, D. C.," Bureau of Home Missions: L. Halswick ;
or "Adventist Headquarters, Washing- Associates: German, R. Ruhling;
top, D..C." Swedish, Danish-Norwegian, Russian,
Telegraphic Address: General Confer- and Ukrainian, G. E. Nord ; Miscel-
ence, Washington, D. C. (NOT Takoma laneous Languages, L. Halswick ;
Park.) Jewish Department, F. . C. Gilbert ;
Spanish, Portuguese, and Indian De-
Express and Freight Address: General partments, H. D. Casebeer.
Conference, Takoma Park, D. C. (Not Educational: H. A. Morrison ; Associ-
Washington.) Consign freight via ates, W. H. Teesdale, J. E. Weaver.
Baltimore & Ohio Railway.
Home Missionary: R. G. Strickland;
Postal Address: Takoma Park, Wash- Associates, Wm. Butler, W. A. Scharf-
ington, District of Columbia, U. S. A. fenberg.
Telephone: GEorgia 0800. Medical: H. M. Walton; Associates,
G. A. Roberts, D. Lois Burnett.
Executive Officers Ministerial Association: Chairman, J. L.
President: J. L. McElhany. McElhany ; Secretary, L. E. Froom ;
Associate, R. A. Anderson.
Vice-Presidents: W. H. Branson, L. H.
Christian, J. F. Wright, W. G. Turner, North American Colored: G. E. Peters.
C. H. Watson, A. Minch, Glenn Publishing: H. M. Blunden ; Associates,
Calkins, R. R. Figuhr, A. L. Ham, J. J. Strahle, E. E. Franklin.
C. W. Bozarth, A. V. Olson.
Religious Liberty: H. H. Votaw ; Asso-
Secretary: E. D. Dick. ciate, C. S. Longacre.
Associate Secretaries: A. W. Cormack, Sabbath School: J. A. Stevens; Asso-
H. T. Elliott, T. J. Michael. ciates, S. A. Wellman, W. K. Ising,
Office Secretary: Roger Altman. L. L. Moffitt. -
Treasurer: W. E. Nelson. Young People's Missionary Volunteer:
A. W. Peterson ; Associates, C. L.
Undertreasurer: W. H Williams. Bond; E. W. Dunbar.
MEMBERS OF GENERAL CONFERENCE
COMMITTEE
President: J. L. McElhany. Central: N. C. Wilson.
General Vice-Presidents: W. H. Bran- Columbia: F. H. Robbins.
son, L. H. Christian, J. F. Wright. Lake: Jay J. Nethery.
Northern: M. V. Campbell.
Secretary: E. D. Dick. North Pacific: V. G. Anderson.
Associate Secretaries: A. W. Cormack, Pacific:, L. K. Dickson.
H. T. Elliott, T. J. Michael. Southern: E. F. Hackman.
Treasurer: W. E. Nelson. Southwestern: J. W. Turner.
Undertreasurer: W. H. Williams. Australasian
Assistant Treasurers: H. H. Cobban, J.
F. Cummins. President: C. H. Watson.
Union President: E. B. Rudge.
Ex-Presidents of General Conference:
W. A. Spicer, C. H. Watson. Central European
General Field Secretaries: M. L. An-
dreasen, N. F. Brewer, F. C. Gilbert, President: A. Minck.
Frederick Griggs, M. E. Kern, Meade Secretary: 0. Schildhauer.
MacGuire, R. Ruhling. Treasurer: M. Voigt.
Field Secretary: E. Gugel.
Auditors: W. E. Phillips, H. W. Bar-
rows. Departmental Secretaries:
Statistical Secretary and Associate Educational.
Auditor: Claude Conard. Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Secretaries of General Departments Young People's Missionary Volunteer:
Bureau of Home Missions: L. Halswick, M. Busch.
Secretary and Miscellaneous Lan- Medical: L. E. Conradi.
guages; Associates: German, R. Publishing.
Ruhling ; Swedish, Danish-Norwe-
gian, Russian, and Ukrainian, G. E. Union Presidents:
Nord; Jewish Department, F. C. East German: M. Budnick,
Gilbert ; Spanish, Portuguese, and Netherlands: J. Wintzen.
Indian Departments, H. D. Casebeer. South German: G. Seng.
Educational: H. A. Morrison ; Associ- West German: C. A. Motzer.
ates, W. H. Teesdale, J. E. Weaver.
Home Missionary: R. G. Strickland; China
Associates, Wm. Butler, W. A. Scharf- Acting Preisdent: E. L. Longway.
fenberg. Acting Secretary-Treasurer: G. J.
Medical: H. M. Walton ; Associates, Appel.
G. A. Roberts, D. Lois Burnett.
Ministerial Association: Secretary, L. Acting Departmental Secretaries:
E. Proem; Associate, R. A. Ander- Educational and Missionary Volunteer:
son. H. C. Shen.
North American Colored: G. E. Peters. Publishing and Home Missionary: E.
Publishing: H. M. Blunden ; Associates, L. Longway.
J. J. Strahle, E. E. Franklin. Medical: Herbert Liu.
Religious Liberty: H. H. Votaw ; Asso- Sabbath School: G. J. Appel.
ciate, C. S. Longacre. Union Presidents:
Sabbath School: J. A. Stevens; Associ-
ates, , S. A. Wellman, W. K. Ising, Central China: G. J. Appel.
L. L. Moffitt. East China: Koh Chiao Eo (Acting).
Manchuria: F. Y. Wang.
Young People's Missionary Volunteer: North China: Koh Chiao Liang (Act-
A. W. Peterson : Associates, C. L. ing).
Bond, E. W. Dunbar. Northwest China: M. C. Warren.
South China: C. H. Davis.
OTHER MEMBERS BY DIVISIONS West China: C. B. Miller.
North America
Far Eastern
Vice-President: W. G. Turner.
Due to the war emergency the officers
Union Conference Presidents: of the Far Eastern Division were evacu-
Atlantic: M. L. Rice. ated and have been placed temporarily
Canadian: H. L. Rudy. in other fields.
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GENERAL CONFERENCE 9

Union Presidents: Publishing: L. A. Vixie.


Chosen: M. Hirayama. Sabbath School: A. W. Staples.
Japan: S. Ogura. Union Presidents:
Malayan: K. 0. Tan.
Netherlands East Indies: K. Tilstra. Angola: P. Stevenson.
Philippine: L. C. Wilcox. Congo: J. R. Campbell.
Eait Africa: H. M. Sparrow.
Inter-American South Africa: F. G. Clifford.
Southeast. Africa: S. G. Maxwell.
President and Religious Liberty Dept.: Zambesi: G. R. Nash.
Glenn Calkins.
Southern Asia
Secretary-Treasurer: C. L. Torrey. * President: A. L. Ham.
Departmental Secretaries: Secretary-Treasurer: A. F. Tarr.
Educational and Young People's Mis- Departmental Secretaries:
sionary Volunteer: A. H. Roth.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School: Educational and Young People's Mis-
Wesley Amundsen. sionary Volunteer: E. W. Pohlman.
Publishing: D. A. McAdams. Field Missionary: L. C. Shepard (Act-
ing).
Union Presidents: Home Missionary and Sabbath School:
Antillian: W. E. Murray. E. D. Thomas.
Caribbean: W. E. Read. Medical: T. R. Flaiz.
Central American: N. H. Kinzer. Religious Liberty: A. F. Tarr.
Colombia-Venezuela: W. A. Bergherm. Union Presidents:
Mexican: H. F. House.
Burma.
Northern European Northeast India: F. H. Loasby.
Work temporarily being administered Northwest India: 0. 0. Mattison.
from the General Conference office at South India: E. M. Meleen.
Washington, D. C., except as otherwise Western India: F. E. Spiess.
indicated. Southern European.
Union Presidents: President: A. V. Olson.
Baltic: R. Vinglas. Secretary and Educational Dept.: W.
British: H. W. Lowe. R. Beach.
East Nordic: G. A. Lindsay. Treasurer and Auditor: F. Brennwald.
West Nordic: P. G. Nelson. Departmental Secretaries:
South American Horne Missionary: H. Struve.
President: R. R. Figuhr. Medical and Religious Liberty: J. Nuss-
Secretary: H. 0. Olson. baum.
Treasurer: F. L. Harrison. Publishing: F. Charpiot.
Departmental Secretaries: Sabbath School and Young People's
Educational and Young People's Mis- Missionary Volunteer: Robert Gerber.
sionary Volunteer: N. W. Dunn. Union Presidents:
Home Missionary .
Publishing: J. C. Culpepper. Franco-Belgian: 0. Meyer.
Sabbath School: Santiago Schmidt. Hungarian: L. Michnay.
Indian Ocean Union: E. Benezech.
Union Presidents: Italian: L. Beer.
Austral: E. N. Lugenbeal. Jugoslavian: A. Lorencin.
East Brazil, North African: J. de Caenel.
Inca: L. D. Minner. Portuguese: A. D. Gomes.
North Brazil: L. B. Halliwell. Rumanian: D. Florea.
South Brazil: Rodolpho Belz. Swiss: A. Meyer
Southern African Union of Socialist Soviet Republics
President: C. W. Bozarth. No reports have been received regard-
Secretary: Milton Robison. ing officers.
Treasurer and Auditor: E. A. Moon. General Conference Missions Division
Departmental Secretaries: President: W. H. Branson.
Educational and Religious Liberty: G. Vice-President: E. D. Dick. -
E. Shankel. Secretary: T. J. Michael.
Home Misisonary and Young People's Treasurer: J. F. Cummins.
Missionary Volunteer: J. M. Hnaty- Africa West Coast: William McClem-
shyn. ents.
Medical: Donald Abbott. Middle East: E. L. Branson.
10 GENERAL CONFERENCE

Elective Members W. E. Macpherson, P. T. Masan, O.


E. E. Andross, W. P. Bradley, F. C. Montgomery, E. A. Moon, W. A.
Carrier, H. G. Childs, W. P. Elliott, Ruble, M. C. Taft, H. W. Vollmer,
I. H. Evans, C. B. Haynes, J. J. G. W. Wells, F. M. Wilcox, B. G.
Ireland, M. E. Kern, H. J. Klooster, Wilkinson.

GENERAL DEPARTMENTS
The Departments of the General Conference named below, while doing
work, some of them prior to the time the General Conference was organ-
ized, and some at a much later date, were organized under the terms of
the General Conference Constitution at the dates mentioned in each case.
BUREAU OF HOME MISSIONS Southern African: G. E. Shankel, Grove
Organized 1933 Ave., Claremont, Cape Province,
South Africa.
Office: General Conference, Takoma Southern Asia: E. W. Pohlman, Box 15,
Park, Washington, D. C. Poona, India.
General Secretary: L. Halswick. Southern European: W. R. Beach,
Hoheweg 17, Berne, Switzerland.
Associate Secretaries:
R. Ruhling for German Department. Union Secretaries
Address: Takoma Park, Washing-
ton, D. C. Atlantic: R. L. Hubbs, South Lancas-
L. Halswick for Miscellaneous Lan- ter, Mass.
guages in North America. Address : Canadian: D. N. Reiner, Box 396,
Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
F. C. Gilbert for Jewish Department. Central: G. R. Fattic, 4547 Calvert St.,
Address: Takoma Park, Washing- Lincoln, Nebr.
ton, D. C. Columbia: J. P. Neff, 900 Carroll Ave.,
H. D. Casebeer for Spanish, Portu- Takoma Park, D. C.
guese and North American Indian. Lake: V. P. Lovell, Box C, Berrien
Address: 223 Sinclair Ave., Glen- Springs, Mich.
dale, Calif. Northern: K. L. Gant, 601 Forest St.,
G. E. Nord, Scandinavian Department Minneapolis, Minn. '
and Russian-Ukrainian Languages. North Pacific: H. C. Klement, 202 S.
Address: 3327 Sunnyside Ave., Palouse St., Walla Walla, Wash.
Brookfield, Ill. Pacific: A. C. Nelson, Box 146, Glen-
dale, Calif.
Bureau Committee: L. Halswick, Chair- Southern: H. B. Lundquist, Box 449,
man H. D. Casebeer, L. H. Christian, Decatur, Ga.
H. T. Elliott, F. C. Gilbert, G. E. Southwestern: R. J. Roy, Keene, Tex.
Nord, R. Ruhling, W. G. Turner,
W. H. Williams. College PresidentsNorth America
G. W. Bowers, College Place, Wash.
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT E. E. Cossentine, College View Station,
Organized 1902 Lincoln, Nebr.
A. W. Johnson, Berrien Springs, Mich.
Office Address: Takoma Park. Wash- G. E. Jones, South Lancaster, Mass.
ington, D. C. H. J. Klooster, Angwin, Calif.
Officers M. E. Olsen, Takoma Park, D. C..
Secretary: H. A. Morrison. W. E. Macpherson, 304 North Boyle
Associate Secretaries: W. H. Teesdale, Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
J. E. Weaver. D. E. Rebok, Takoma Park, D. C.
B. G. Wilkinson, Takoma Park, D. C.
Division Secretaries
Australasian: B. H. McMahon, Wah- Junior College Presidents
roonga, New South Wales, Australia. North America
Central European.
China: H. H. Hamilton, Keene, Tex. .
Far Eastern: H. M. Johnson, College Heights, Al-
Inter-American: A. H. Roth, Apartado berta, Canada.
50, General Peraza, Havana, Cuba. J. L. Moran, Huntsville, Ala.
Northern European: L. R. Rasmussen, Arlington, Calif.
South American: N. W. Dunn, Virrey C. W. Shankel, Oshawa, Ontario, Can-
del Pino 3801, Buenos Aires, Argen- ada.
tina, South America. K. A. Wright, Collegedale, Tenn.
GENERAL CONFERENCE 11

Foreign School Directors China: E. L. Longway, Chungking,


(Colleges and Junior Colleges) Szechwan, China.
Far Eastern:
F. Charpiot, Collonges sous Saleve, Inter-American: Wesley Amundsen,
Haute Savoie, France. Apartado 50, General Peraza, Ha-
T. C. Lawson, Cooranbong, N. S. W., vana, Cuba.
Australia. Northern European:
W. E. McClure, P. 0. Box 22, Somer- South American: Santiago Schmidt,
set West, C. P., South Africa. Virrey del Pino 3801, Buenos Aires,
W. G. C. Murdoch, Newbold Missionary Argentina
. , South America.
College, Packwood Hough, Packwood Southern Africa: J. M. Hnatyshyn,
near Hockley Heath, Warwickshire, Grove Ave., Claremont, Cape, South
England. Africa.
Domingos Peixoto, Colegio Adventista, Southern Asia: E. D. Thomas, Box 15,
Santo Amaro, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Poona, India.
South America. Southern European: H. Struve, Hohe-
E. W. Pohlman, Spicer College, Aundh weg 17, Berne, Switzerland.
Road, Kirkee, Poona, India.
C. A. Schutt, Mussoorie, U. P., India. Union Secretaries
M. J. Sorenson, Mandeville, Jamaica, (All Home Missionary Secretaries of
British West Indies. organized Union Conferences and Un-
T. W. Steen, Puiggari, F. C. E., Entre ion Missions are members ex-officio.)
Rios, Argentina, South America.
L. M. Stump, Box 1772, Manila, Philip- Other Members
pine Islands.
H. Yamamoto, Showa-machi, Kimitsu- (All of whom may be addressed at
gun, Chiba-ken, Japan. Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.)
Roger Altman, H. M. Blunden, L. H.
Other Members Christian, F. D. Nichol, G. E. Peters,
A. W. Peterson, J. L. Shuler, J. D.
The following to be addressed at Snider, J. A. Stevens, W. G. Turner,
Takoma Park, D. C.: W. H. Williams.
D. Lois Burnett, Claude Conard, E. D.
Dick, L. E. Froom, C. S. Longacre,
A. W. Peterson, A. W. Werline.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
Academy Principals:
E. E. Bietz, Cicero, Ind. Organized 1902
A. J. Olsen, Auburn, Wash. Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash-
L. G. Sevrens, South Lancaster, Mass. ington, D. C.
W. H. Shephard, Loveland, Colo.
C. D. Striplin, 700 Kimlin Drive, Officers
Glendale, Calif. Secretary: H. M. Walton.
Associate Secretary:
Board of Regents Associate Secretary for Nurses' Divi-
Secretary and Associate Secretaries sion: D. Lois Burnett.
of the Department of Education, Associate Secretary for Medical Exten-
D. Lois Burnett, E. E. Cossentine, sion: G. A. Roberts, 312 North Boyle
A. C. Nelson, W. E. McPherson, L. Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
G. Sevrens, Kenneth A. Wright.
Sectional Counselors
Medical Education: W. E. Macpherson,
312 N. Boyle Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
HOME MISSIONARY DEPARTMENT Institutions in Western United States:
Organized 1918 H. W. Vollmer, Box 146, Glendale,
Calif.
Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash- Institutions in Eastern United States:
ington, D. C. R. A. Hare, Washington Sanitarium,
Officers Takoma Park, D. C.
Secretary: R. G. Strickland. Division Secretaries
Associate Secretaries: W. A. Butler, Australasian: T. A. Sherwin, War-
W. A. Scharffenberg. burton, Victoria, Australia.
Assistant Secretary: Mrs. Grace D. Central European: L. E. Conradi, San-
Mace. itarium "Waldf riede," Alsenstrasse
Division Secretaries 99-109, Berlin-Zehlendorf-West, Ger-
Australia: T. A. Mitchell, "Mizpah," many.
Wahroonga, N. S. W., Australia. China: Herbert Liu.
Central European: Far Eastern:
12 GENERAL CONFERENCE

Northern European: A. Andersen, Sani- Advisory Council


tarium, Skodsborg, Denmark.
Southern African: Donald Abbott. Chairman: J. L. McElhany.
Southern Asia: T. R. Flaiz. Secretary: L. E. Froom.
Southern European: J. Nussbaum, 49 General Advisory Group
Avenue de la Grande Armee, Paris
16e, France. General Conference Officers: W. H.
(All union conference medical secreta- Branson, L. H. Christian, A. W. Cor-
ries are members ex-officio, and should mack, E. D. Dick, H. T. Elliott, T. J.
be addressed at the union offices.) Michael, W. E. Nelson, W. G. Turner,
J. F. Wright.
Other MembersAdvisory Council
General Members: G. K. Abbott, M. L.
H. M. Blunden, Claude Conard, H. T. Andreasen, R. L. Boothby, T. G.
Elliott, L. E. Froom, J. L. McElhany, Bunch, C. J. Coon, L. K. Dickson, W.
H. A. Morrison, A. W. Peterson, R. P. Elliott, I. H. Evans, C. B. Haynes,
G. Strickland, W. G. Turner, F. M. M. E. Kern, George Keough, Meade
Wilcox, all of whom may be ad- MacGuire, F. D. Nichol, H. M. S.
dressed at Takoma Park, D. C. Richards, E. B. Budge, J. L. Shuler,
D. H. Kress, 405 Niblick Ave., Orlando, Mary E. Walsh, A. L. White, F. M.
Fla. Wilcox.
The President and Deans of the College
of Medical Evangelists. Departmental Members: R. A. Ander-
The Medical director, business man- son, H. M. Blunden, W. P. Bradley,
ager, and director of nurses in each F. C. Carrier, Mable A. Hinkhouse,
regularly organized and denomina- Louise C. Kleuser, C S. Longacre,
tionally recognized medical institu- G. E. Peters, A. W. Peterson, J. A.
tion. Stevens, W. H. Teesdale, W. A.
Editors of denominational health jour- Scharffenberg, H. M. Walton.
nals.
North American Members at Large:
Union Presidents: M. V. Campbell,
MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION E. F. Hackman, H. L. Rudy, M. L.
Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash- Rice.
ington, D. C. Local Presidents: H. J. Detwiler, O.
Official Organ: The Ministry (48-page, T. Garner, J. L. McConaughey, W.
monthly). A. Nelson, W. B. Ochs, J. J. Reis-
wig.
Officers Evangelists and Pastors: Glenn Coon,
Secretary: L. E. Froom. F. W. Detamore, George Freeman,
Associate Secretary: R. A. Anderson. J. G. Mitchell, R. H. Nightingale, F.
Assistant Secretary: Louise C. Kleuser. ' L. Peterson, E. L. Pingenot, C. A.
Reeves, D. R. Schierman, F. F.
Division Association Secretaries Schwindt, L. A.' Semmens, J. L.
Australasian: E. E. Roenfelt, "Mizpah," Tucker, D. E. Venden, A. E. Webb.
Wahroonga, N. S. W., Australia. Educators and Teachers: E. H. Em-
Central European: merson, F. B. Jensen, V. J. Johns,
China: C. Meng, Chungking, Szechwan, H. J. Klooster, D. E. Rebok, A. H.
China. Rulkoetter, E. R. Thiele, B. G. Wil-
Far Eastern: -- kinson, L. IL Wood, F. H. Yost.
Inter-American: R. M. Whitsctt, Apar-
tado 50, General Peraza, Havana, Gospel Musicians: P. 0. Campbell,
Cuba. Earold Graham, L. R. Mansell, L. C.
Northern European. Metcalfe, H. A. Miller.
South American: H. 0. Olson, Virrey Denominational Editors: Frederick
del Pino 3801, Buenos Aires, Argen- Lee, A. S. Maxwell.
tina, South America.
Southern African: W. H. Anderson, Bible Instructors: Mrs. Irene Ander-
Grove Avenue, Claremont, Cape, son, Rose E. Boose, Mrs. Dorothy
South Africa. Conklin, Mrs. Howard A. Curran,
Southern Asia: A. L. Ham, Box 15, Mrs.. Jessie M. Heslip, Addie Mae
Poona, India. Kalar, Ernestine Volkers, Sadie Wall-
Southern European: A. V. Olson, Hohe- eker.
weg 17, Berne, Switzerland.
Detached Fields: H. W. Lowe, Great Overseas Division Members
Britain G. A. Lindsay, Scandinavia ; Presidents of Divisions (ex-officio), and
E. L. Branson, Middle East ; W. Mc- Division Association Secretaries, as
Clements, West Africa. listed above,
GENERAL CONFERENCE 13

NORTH AMERICAN COLORED Far Eastern.


DEPARTMENT Inter-American: D. A. McAdams,
Apartado 50, General Peraza, Ha-
Organized 1909 vana, Cuba.
Northern European.
Secretary: G. E. Peters, Takoma Park, South American: J. C. Culpepper, Vir-
Washington, D. C. rey del Pino 3801:Buenos Aires, Ar-
Asst. Secretary for Health Education: gentina, South America.
Geneva Bryan, Takoma Park, D. C. Southern African: L. A. Vixie, Grove
Other Members Ave., Claremont, Cape Province,
South Africa.
L. H. Bland, 824 Harlem Ave., Balti- Southern Asia: L. C. Shepard, Box
more, Md. 15, Poona, India.
J. E. Cox, 457 Grand Ave., Brooklyn, Southern European: F. Charpiot, HOhe-
N. Y. weg 17, Berne, Switzerland.
T. H. Coopwood, 112% Ivy St., Hot
Springs, Ark. Ex-officio Members
L. K. Dickson, Box 146, Glendale, Calif.
C. A. Dent, 800 Youngs Lane, Nash- Union Field Missionary Secretaries.
ville, Tenn. Publishing House Managers (see list
J. E. Johnson, 1464 W. Grand Blvd., in directories of Publishing Houses
Detroit, Mich. in later pages).
E. F. Hackman, 437 Ponce de Leon Managers of Book and Periodical De-
Ave., Atlanta, Ga. partments and Branches.
H. W. Kibble, 6145 St. Lawrence Ave., Superintendents and Treasurers of pub-
Chicago, Ill. lishing houses.
J. L. Moran, Oakwood Junior College, Other Members
Huntsville, Ala.
Jay J. Nethery, Box C, Berrien Springs, Glenn Calkins, Apartado 50, General
Mich. Peraza, Havana, Cuba.
F. L. Peterson, 127 E. 47th Street, R. R. Figuhr, Virrey del Pino 3801,
Los Angeles, Calif. Buenos Aires, Argentina, South
M. L. Rice, South Lancaster, Mass. America.
F. H. Robbins, 900 Carroll Ave., Ta- A. L. Ham, Box 15, Poona, India.
koma Park, D. C. J. L. McElhany, Takoma Park, D. C.
T. M. Rowe, 269 Lenox Ave., New T. J. Michael, Takoma Park, D. C.
York, N. Y. A. Minck, Regensburger Str. 22, V.,
H. D. Singleton, 1137 Fair St., S. W., Berlin W. 50, Germany.
Atlanta, Ga. A. V. Olson, HOheweg 17, Berne,
J. G. Thomas, 85 Chickamauga Ave., Switzerland.
S. W.,Atlanta, Ga. R. G. Strickland, Takoma Park, D. C.
J. W. urner, Keene, Tex. W. G. Turner, Takoma Park, D. C.
W. G. Turner, Takoma Park. D. C. C. H. Watson, "Mizpah," Wahroonga,
J. H. Wagner, 531 Kenyon St., N. W., New South Wales, Australia.
Washington, D. C.
A. E. Webb, 2524 Tracy Ave., Kansas
City, Mo.
N. C. Wilson, 4547 Calvert St., Lincoln, RELIGIOUS LIBERTY DEPARTMENT
Nebr. Organized 1902
Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash-
PUBLISHING DEPARTMENT ington, D. C.
Organized 1902 Officers
Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash- Secretary: H. H. Votaw.
ington, D. C. Associate Secretary: C. S. Longacre.
Officers Division Secretaries
Secretary: H. M. Blunden.
Associate Secretaries: J. J. Strahle, E. Australasian: R. E. Hare, "Mizpah,"
E. Franklin. Wahroonga, N. S. W., Australia.
Office Secretary: Mrs. Nell H. Hunter. China: E. L. Longway, S. D. A. Mis-
sion, Chungking, Szechwan, China.
Division Secretaries
Far Eastern.
Australasian: J. J. Potter, H. White,
"Mizpah," Wahroonga, New South Inter-American: Glenn Calkins, Apar-
Wales, Australia. tado 50, General Peraza, Havana,
Central European: Cuba.
China: E. L. Longway, S. D. A. Mission, North American: W. G. Turner, Takoma
Chungking, Szechwan, China. Park, D. C.
14 GENERAL CONFERENCE

Northern European: China: G. J. Appel, Chungking, Szech-


South American: R. R. Figuhr, Virrey wan, China.
del Pino 3801, Buenos Aires, Argen- Far Eastern.
tina, South America. Inter-American: Wesley Amundsen,
Southern African: G. E. Shankel, Grove Apartado 50, General Peraza, Ha-
Ave., Claremont; Cape, South Africa. vana, Cuba.
Southern Asia: A. F. Tarr, Box 15, Northern European:
Poona, India.
Southern European: J. Nussbaum, 49 South American: S. Schmidt, Virrey
avenue de la Grande Armee, Paris del Pino, 3801, Buenos Aires, Argen-
16e, France. tina, South America.
Union Secretaries Southern African, A. W. Staples, Grove
Ave., Claremont, Cape Province,
The Religious Liberty secretaries of the South Africa.
Union Conferences and Union Mis-
sions are members ex-officio. Southern Asia: E. D. Thomas, Box 16,
Poona, India.
Other Members
Southern European: Robert Gerber,
H. M. Blunden, W. A. Butler, F. C. Hoheweg 17, Berne, Switzerland.
Carrier, L. H. Christian, E. D. Dick,
W. P. Elliott, I. H. Evans, L. E. Other Members
Froom, F. C. Gilbert, W. H. Hackett,
C. B. Haynes, M. E. Kern, Frederick H. M. Blunden, H. H. Cobban, H. T.
Lee, J. L. McElhany, H. A. Morrison, Elliott, Louise Kleuser, A. W. Peter-
W. E. Nelson, F. D. Nichol, J. E. son, R. G. Strickland, J. E. Weaver.
Shultz, W. A. Spicer, J. A. Stevens,
R. G. Strickland, M. C. Taft, G. W. Sabbath School Lesson Committee
Wells, F. M. Wilcox, B. G. Wilkinson. Resident Members: Roger Altman, M.
J. F. Wright, all of whom may be ad- L. Andreasen, T. E. Bowen, L. H.
dressed at Takoma Park, Washington, Christian, H. T. Elliott, Rosamond
D. C. D. Ginther, B. P. Hoffman, W. K.
A. R. Bell, 2209 Young St., Belling- Ising, Frederick Lee, D. E. Robin-
ham, Washington. son, J. A. Stevens, W. H. Teesdale,
V. J. Johns, Loma Linda, Calif. W. G. Turner, Margaret Weir, S. A.
Samuel Kaplan, 1783 Marmion Ave., Wellman, J. F. Wright, F. H. Yost.
New York, N. Y. Non-Resident Members: W. T. Bartlett,
L. H. King, 431 E. Gorgas Lane, Phila- F. M. Burg, M. Busch, L. L. Cavi-
delphia, Pa.
A. S. Maxwell, Mountain View, Calif. ness, R. Gerber, F. B. Jensen. G. M.
Hon. George A. Williams, Fairmont, Masters, Andrew Nelson, H. M. Tip-
Nebr. pett, W. H. Wakeham.
W. G. Wirth, 5447 El Verano Ave.,
Eagle Rock, Calif.
VOICE OF PROPHECY CORPO-
RATION
SABBATH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Organized 1902 Incorporated 1942
Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash- Legal Title: "The Voice of Prophecy"
ington, D. C. Constituency: Executive Committee of
Officers the General Conference of Seventh-
day Adventists.
Secretary: J. A. Stevens. Office Address: 6840 Eastern Ave.,
Associate Secretaries: S. A. Wellman, N. W., Takoma Park, Washington 12,
W. K. Ising, L. L. Moffitt.
D. C.
Assistant Secretary: Rosamond D.
Ginther. Officers:
Office Secretary: Margaret Weir. President, W. G. Turner.
Vice-President, W. H. Branson.
Division Secretaries Secretary, W. P. Bradley.
Australasian: G. M. Masters, "Mizpah," Treasurer, W. H. Williams.
Wahroonga, New South Wales, Aus- Board of Trustees: R. A. Anderson, V.
tralia. G. Anderson, W. P. Bradley, W. H.
Central European: M. Busch, Regens- ' Branson, M. V. Campbell, F. W. Deta-
burger Str. 22, V., Berlin W. 50, more, E. D. Dick, L. K. Dickson, H.
Germany. T. Elliott, E. F. Hackman, A. E.
GENERAL CONFERENCE 15

Lickey, J. L. McElhany, W. E. Nel- YOUNG PEOPLE'S MISSIONARY


son, Jay J. Nethery, H. M. S. Rich- VOLUNTEER DEPARTMENT
ards, M. L. Rice, F. H. Robbins, R.
L. Rudy, R. G. Strickland, J. W. Organized 1907 ; made a Department by
Turner, W. G. Turner, Owen Troy, General Conference Constitution 1909
H. H. Votaw, W. H. Williams, N. C. Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash-
Wilson, J. F. Wright. ington 12, D. C.
North American Radio Commission Officers
Headquarters: Takoma Park, Washing- Secretary: Alfred W. Peterson.
ton 12, D. C. Associate Secretaries: C. Lester Bond,
Eldine W. Dunbar.
Officers: Office Secretary: Mrs. Marjorie W.
Chairman, W. G. Turner. Marsh.
Vice-Chairman, W. H. Branson. Division Secretaries
Secretary, W. P. Bradley
Treasurer, W. H. Williams. Australasian: E. L. Minchin, "Mizpah,"
Wahroonga, New South Wales, Aus-
Members: R. A. Anderson, V. G. An- tralia.
derson, W. P. Bradley, W. H. Bran- Central European: M. Busch, Regens-
son, M. V. Campbell, F. W. Deta- burger Strasse 22, V., Berlin W. 50,
more, E. D. Dick, L. K. Dickson, H. Germany.
T. Elliott, E. F. Hackman, A. E. China: H. C. Shen, Dabao, Pechi,
Lickey, J. L. McElhany, W. E. Nel- Chungking, Szechwan, China.
son, Jay J. Nethery, H. M. S. Rich- Far Eastern: --
ards, M. L. Rice, F. H. Robbins, R. Inter-American: A. H. Roth, Apartado
L. Rudy, R. G. Strickland, J. W. 50, General Peraza, Havana, Cuba.
Turner, W. G. Turner, Owen Troy, Northern European.
H. H. Votaw, W. H. Williams, N. South American: N. W. Dunn, Virrey
C. Wilson, J. F. Wright. del Pino 3801, Buenos Aires, Argen-
Local Operating Board for Voice of tina, South America.
Prophecy, 805-811 E. Broadway, Glen- Southern African: J. M. Hnatyshyn,
Grove Ave., Claremont, Cape Prov-
dale, California: L. K. Dickson, ince, South Africa.
Chairman; H. M. S. Richards, Vice- Southern Asia: E. W. Pohlman, Salis-
Chairman ; I. E. Gillis, Secretary ; C. bury Park, Poona, India.
L. Bauer, W. P. Bradley, F. W. Deta- Southern European: Robert Gerber,
more, H. H. Hicks. HOheweg 17, Berne, Switzerland.
Latin-American Radio Commission Union Secretaries
Headquarters: Takoma Park, Washing- All union conference and union mission
ton 12, D. C. Missionary Volunteer secretaries. (To
Officers: be addressed at their respective of-
fices.)
Chairman, J. F. Wright. Other Members
Vice-Chairman, W. H. Branson.
Secretary, W. P. Bradley. (All of whom may be addressed at
Treasurer, W. E. Nelson. Takoma Park, Washington 12, D. C.,
Under-Treasurer, W. H. Williams. unless another address is given.)
General Manager, Voice of Prophecy The General Conference officers, H.
Office, H. H. Hicks. M. Blunden, W. P. Bradley, D. Lois
Burnett, 'F. C. Carrier, Lora E. Cle-
Members: Rodolpho Belz, W. A. Berg- ment, E. W. Everest (Mountain View,
herm, W. P. Bradley, W. H. Bran- Calif.), L. E. Froom, C. B. Haynes,
son, J. L. Brown, Glenn Calkins, A. M. E. Kern, Meade MacGuire
W. Cormack, E. D. Dick, R. R. Fig- (Sonora, Calif.), J. L. Moran (Oak-
uhr, L. B. Halliwell, F. L. Harrison, wood College, Huntsville, Ala.), H. A.
H. F. House, N. H. Kinzer, L. H. Morrison, G. E. Peters, J. D. Snider,
Lindbech, E. N. Lugenbeal, T. J: A. W. Spalding (Madison College,
Michael, L. D. Minner, W. E. Mur- Tenn.), J. A. Stevens, R. G. Strick-
rey, W. E. Nelson, W. E. Read, H. land, W. H. Teesdale, H. H. Votaw,
M. S. Richards, C. L. Torrey, W. G. H. M. Walton, C. E. Weaks (2119-
Turner, R. M. Whitsett, W. H. Wil- 24th Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn.), J. E.
liams, J. F. Wright. Weaver.
Local Operating Board, 805-811 E.
Broadway, Glendale, California: C.
L. Bauer, Chairman ; 11. G. Stoehr, BUREAU OF PUBLICITY
Secretary ; F. W. Detamore, L. K.
Dickson, I. E. Gillis, H. M. S. Rich- Secretary: J. R. Ferren, Takoma Park,
ards. Washington, D. C.
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AMERICAN TEMPERANCE SOCIETY GENERAL CONFERENCE CORPORA-


TION OF SEVENTH-DAY
Headquarters: Takoma Park, Washing- ADVENTISTS
ton, D. C.
Incorporated 1904
Officers:
Chairman, J. L. McElhany. Legal Title: "General Conference Cor-
poration of Seventh-day Adventists."
Vice-Chairman and Secretary, F. C.
Carrier. Constituency: The General Conference
Treasurer, W. E. Nelson. delegates.
Committee: F. G. Ashbaugh, R. L. Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash-
Benton, H. M. Blunden, C. L. Bond. ington 12, D. C.
Lora E. Clement, E. D. Dick, I. H. Officers:
Evans, N. G. Evans, H, T. Elliott, President, J. L. McElhany.
L. E. Froom, W. H. Hackett, L. A. Secretary, H. H. Cobban.
Hansen, C. B. Haynes, W. B. Holden, Treasurer, W. E. Nelson.
M. E. Kern, D. H. Kress, Ernest Undertreasurer, W. H. Williams.
Lloyd, C. S. Longacre, P. T. Megan,
H. A. Morrison, E. L. Neff, Jay J. Board of Trustees: H. H. Cobban,
Nethery, F. D. Nichol, J. F. Piper, A. Claude Conard, E. D. Dick, H. T.
W. Peterson, D. E. Reiner, M. L. Elliott, J. L. McElhany, W. E. Nel-
Rice, W. A. Ruble, J. D. Snider, J. A. son, W. G. Turner, F. M. Wilcox,
Stevens, R. G. Strickland, H. H. Vo- W. H. Williams.
taw, H. M. Walton, J. E. Weaver, F.
M. Wilcox, B. G. Wilkinson. NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE
CORPORATION OF SEVENTH-
ELLEN G. WHITE PUBLICATIONS DAY ADVENTISTS
An organization formed in harmony Incorporated 1913
with the trust created in the will of Legal Title: "North American Confer-
the late Ellen G. White, to act as her ence Corporation of Seventh-day Ad-
agent in the custody of her writings, ventists.
and in the promotion of their continued
publication in all lands. Constituency: The General Conference
delegates from the United States and
Office Address: General Conference, Canada.
Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash-
Officers: President, F. M. Wilcox; Sec- ington, D. C.
retary, A. L. White.
Board of Trustees: The five trustees ap- Officers:
pointed by Ellen G. White, or their President, W. E. Nelson.
successors: F. M. Wilcox, J. L. Mc- Secretary, Claude Conard.
Elhany, M. E. Kern, W. P. Elliott, Treasurer, W. E. Nelson.
A. L. White. Board of Trustees: Claude Conard, H.
T. Elliott, W. P. Elliott, M. E. Kern,
GENERAL CONFERENCE ASSOCIA- W. E. Nelson, M. C. Taft, F. M.
TION OF THE SEVENTH- Wilcox.
DAY ADVENTISTS
GENERAL CONFERENCE OF SEV-
Incorporated 1916 ENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS IN-
Legal Title: "General Conference As- SURANCE SERVICE
sociation of the Seventh-day Advent- and
ists."
Constituency: The General Conference INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COM-
delegates. PANY OF TAKOMA PARK, MD.
Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash- 6840 Eastern Ave., Takoma Park,
ington 12, D. C. Washington, D. C.
Officers: Organized 1936
President, J. L. McElhany. Board of Directors:
Secretary, H. H. Cobban. President, J. L. McElhany.
Treasurer, W. E. Nelson. Vice-President and Treasurer, W. E.
Undertreasurer, W. H. Williams. Nelson.
Board of Trustees: H. H. Cobban, Secretary, W. A. Benjamin.
Claude Conard, E. D. Dick, H. T. Undertreasurer, W. H. Williams.
Elliott, J. L. McElhany, W. E. Nel- Other Members: H. H. Cobban, J. F.
son, W. 'G. Turner, F. M. Wilcox, Cummins, E. D. Dick, H. T. Elliott,
W. H. Williams. W. P. Elliott, W. B. Mohr, J. H. Nies.
GENERAL CONFERENCE 17

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT Longacre, H. M. Walton, H. A. Mor-


rison or W. H. Teesdale, A. W. Pe-
Superintendent of Transportation: W. terson or C. L. Bond.
E. Nelson, Takoma Park, Washing-
ton, D. C. (Also general agent for Counsellors on War Service Problems
trans-Atlantic steamship lines.) As- for Army Camps located in states:
sistant, W. H. Williams. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont,
General Transportation Agent: Chicago, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connect-
Ill.; Telephone, Randolph 2899. Ad- icut, and New York: R. L. Hubbs,
dress all mail to: S. D. A. Trans- South Lancaster, Mass. Telephone,
portation Department, Room 1824, Clinton 682.
105 West Adams St., Chicago, Ill. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Dela-
ware, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia,
Eastern Transportation Agent: J. W. Maryland, and District of Columbia:
Cole, Room 811, Pennsylvania Build- C. P. Sorensen, 900 Carroll Ave.,
ing, 225 West 34th St., New York Takoma Park, D. C. Telephone,
City 1, N. Y. (TelephonesOffice: Sligo 3163.
LOngacre 5-4867 ; Residence : MAns- North and South Carolina, Georgia,
field 6-2036.) Cable Address: "Ad- Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tenn-
ventists New York." (Consign ex- essee, and Kentucky: M. E. Chap-
press packages to office address, and man, Box 449, Decatur, Ga., Tele-
all freight shipments to: Atlas Trans- phone, Dearborn 7748.
portation Co., No. 447 West 36th St., Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wis-
New York, N. Y., for Mission Board consin : T. E. Lucas, Box C, Berrien
of S. D. A. Springs, Mich. Telephone 4321.
Western Transportation Agent and Gen- Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Ne-'
eral Agent for Transpacific Steamship braska, and Wyoming: G. R. Fattic,
Lines: H. G. Childs, Pacific Press Pub- 4547 Calvert St., Lincoln, Nebr.
lishing Assn., Mountain View. Calif. Telephone 4-2182.
Telephone 527 (Residence telephone Iowa, Minnesota, North and South
701). Cable Address, "Pacific Press," Dakota: K. L. Gant, 501 Forest Ave.,
Mountain View, Calif. (Consign Minneapolis, Minn. Telephone, Ken-
freight and express care Union Trans- wood 2992.
fer Company, 821 Howard St., San Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico.
Francisco, Calif.) Assistant, I. J. Oklahoma, and Texas: R. J. Roy,
Woodman. Keene, Texas. Telephone, 7.
Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washing-
London Transportation Agent: C. H. ton, and Alaska: H. C. Klement, 202
Anscombe, 41 Hazel Gardens, Edg- S. Palouse St., Walla Walla, Wash-
ware, Middlesex, England. Cable ad- ington. Telephone, 702.
dress: "Adventist, London." Tele- Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah,
grams, "Adventist, Phone, London." and Hawaii: F. G. Ashbaugh, Box
(Telephone, Edgware 7758.) 146, Glendale, Calif. Telephone,
The treasurers of division fields out- Chapman 5-1047.
side of North America and of union
conferences in North America are Counsellors on War Service Problems
transportation agents for their respec- for Army Camps located outside the
tive territories. United States:
Alaska, H. L. Wood, 101 E. Second
St., Box 2841, Juneau, Alaska.
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST WAR Australia, E. H. Guilliard, Austra-
SERVICE COMMISSION lasian Union Conference, `,'Mizpah,"
Wahroonga, New South Wales, Aus-
Office Address: Takoma Park, Wash- tralia. Telephone, JW 1061.
ington, D. C. Canada, J. A. Buckwalter, Canadian
Officers Union Conference, Box 396, Oshawa,
Ontario, Canada. Telephone, 3293-W.
Chairman, W. H. Branson. Canal Zone, A. R. Ogden, Gavilian
General Secretary, Carlyle B. Haynes. and Balboa Roads, P.. O. Box 2006,
Members: F. G. Ashbaugh, C. L. Bond, Balboa, Canal Zone. Telephone, Bal-
W. B. Branson, E. N. Dick, H. T. boa 2-1349 ; Residence and Chapel
Elliott, Carlyle B. Haynes, C. S. House 0845.
Longacre, T. J. Michael, H. A. Mor- Honolulu, T. H., A. Munson, 1112
rison, A. W. Peterson, C. P. Soren- Keeaumoku St., Honolulu, T. H.
sen, R. G. Strickland, W. H. Tees- Telephone, 91979.
dale, H. H. Votaw, H. M. Walton. England and Ireland, H. W. Lowe,
Executive Council: W. H. Branson, Stanborough Park, Watford, Herts,
Chairman ; H. H. Votaw, Vice-chair- England. Telephone, Garston (Wat-
man ; C. B. Haynes, Secretary ; C. S. ford) 2251, 2252.
18 GENERAL CONFERENCE

PERSONS HOLDING CREDENTIALS Gillis, W. E. Box 1511, Glendale, Calif.


FROM THE GENERAL CON- Griggs, Frederick, 312 N. Boyle Ave.,
FERENCE Los Angeles, Calif.
Ordained Ministers , Halswick, L., Takoma Park, Washing-
Aitken, J. J. Theological Seminary, ton, D. C.
Ham, A. L., Box 15, Poona, India.
Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. Hansen, L. A., Takoma Park, Washing-
Altman, Roger, Takoma Park, Wash- ton, D. C.
ington, D. C. Haynes, C. B., Takoma Park, Washing-
Anderson, R. A., Takoma Park, Wash- ton, D. C.
ington, D. C. Hoffman, B. P., 201 Garland Ave..
Andreasen, M. L., Theological Semi- Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
nary, Takoma Park, D. C. Hollister, M. A. Route 1, Box 167,
Andross, E. E., Takoma Park, Wash- Santa Cruz, Calif.
ington, D. C. Ising, W. K., Takoma Park, Washing-
Bartlett, W. T. Stanborough Park, ton, D. C.
Watford, Herts, England. Keough, George, Theological Seminary,
Benson, H. F., 128 N. Park Dr., Ar- Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
lington, Va.
Blunden, H. M., Takoma Park, Wash- Kern, M. E., Takoma Park, Washing-
ington, D. C. ton, D. C.
Bond, C. L., Takoma Park, Washington, Klooster, H. J., Pacific Union College,
D. C. Angwin, Calif.
Bradley, W. P., Takoma Park, Wash- Knauft, Emil H., Takoma Park, Wash-
ington, D. C. ington, D. C.
Branson, W. H., Takoma Park, Wash- Kress, D. H., 405 Niblick Ave., Orlando.
ington, D. C. Fla.
Brewer, N. F., Takoma Park, Wash- Linhares, Joao, Box 1511, Glendale,
ington, D. C. Calif.
Butler, W. A., Takoma Park, Washing- Loasby, R. E. 913 Hadden Drive,
ton, D. C. Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
Calkins, Glenn, Apartatlo 60, General Loebsack, H. J. Moscow 10, Ulica
Peraza, Havana, Cuba. Durowa 22, WI:g. 19, U. S. S. R.
Campbell, M. N., Route 1, Paw Paw, Longacre, C. S., Takoma Park, Wash-
Mich. ington, D. C.
Carrier, F. C., Takoma Park, Washing- MacGuire, Meade, Route 5, Box 1304,
ton, D. C. Modesto, Calif.
Casebeer, H. D., 223 Sinclair Ave., Masan, P. T., 304 North Boyle Ave.,
Glendale, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif.
Christian, L. H., Takoma Park, Wash- Malhany, J. L., Takoma Park, Wash-
ington, D. C. ington, D. C.
Cormack, A. W., Takoma Park, Wash- Michael, T...7., Takoma Park, Washing-
ington, D. C. ton, D. C.
Cottrell. Roy F., 140 Harvey Drive, Millard, F. R., 3611 3rd St., N., Ar-
Glendale, Calif. lington, Va.
Counsell, I. V., Takoma Park, Wash- Minck, A., Regensburgerstrasse 22, V.,
ington, D. C. Berlin W. 50, Germany.
Detamore, F. W., Box 1511, Glendale, Moffitt, L. L., Takoma Park, Washing-
Calif. ton 12, D. C.
Dick, E. D., Takoma Park, Washington, Montgomery, 0., 110 E. Smith Ave.,
D. C. Orlando, Fla.
Dunbar, Eldine W., Takoma Park, Moon, E. A., 2119 24th Ave., N., Nash-
Washington 12, D. C. ville, Tenn.
Eastman, W. W., 245 E. Crescent Ave., Morrison, H. A., Takoma Park, Wash-
Redlands, Calif. ington, D. C.
Elliott, H. T., Takoma Park, Washing- Nelson, W. E., Takoma Park, Wash-
ton, D. C. ington, D. C.
Elliott, W. P., Takoma Park, Washing- Ney, Edward, Takoma Park, Washing-
ton, D. C.
Evans, I. H., Takoma Park, Washing- ton, D. C.
ton, D. C. Nord, G. E., 3227 Sunnyside Ave.,
Figuhr, . R. R., Virreyi del Pino 3801. Brookfield, Ill.
Buenos Aires, Argentina, South Olsen, M. E., Takoma Park, Washing-
America. ton, D. C.
Franklin, E. E., Takoma Park, Wash- Olson, A. V., Hoheweg 17, Berne,
ington, D. C. Switzerland.
Froom, L. E., Takoma Park, Washing- Olson, B. E., Takoma Park, Washing-
ton, D. C. ton, D. C.
Gilbert, F. C., Takoma Park, Washing- Peters, G. E., 1839 California St., N.W.,
ton, D. C. Washington, D. C.
GENERAL CONFERENCE 19

Peterson, A. W., Takoma Park, Wash- Wilkinson, B. G., Washington Missionary


ington, D. C. College, Takoma Park, Washington,
Rabello, Roberto, Box 1511 Glendale, D. C.
Calif. Wood, L. H., Theological Seminary,
Rebok, D. E., Takoma Park, Washing- Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
ton, D. C. Wright, J. F., Takoma Park, Washing-
Richards, H. M. J., Box 1511, Glendale, ton, D. C.
Calif. Yost, F. H., Theological Seminary,
Richards, H. M. S., Box 1511, Glendale, Takoma Park, D. C.
Calif. Ziprick, 0. J., 181314 Michigan Ave.,
Roberts, G. A., White Memorial Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif.
Boyle and Michigan Ayes., Los An- Licensed Ministers
geles, Calif. Atwood, W. P., Theological Seminary,
Robinson, A. T., 2164 Dry Creek Road, Takoma Park, D. C.
Napa, Calif. Bieber, F. W., Theological Seminary,
Robinson, D. E., Takoma Park, Wash- Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
ington, D. C. Brendel, H. J., Theological Seminary,
Ruble, W. A., 1929 E. Glenoaks Blvd., Takoma Park, D. C.
Glendale, Calif. Boynton, P. C., Theological Seminary,
Ruhling, R., Takoma Park, Washing- Takoma Park, D. C.
ton, D. C. Buckman, W. M., Theological Seminary,
Scharffenberg, W. A., Takoma Park, Takoma Park, D. C.
Washington, D. C. Casebeer, George W., Box 1511, Glen-
Schuberth, H. F., Hunibach-Thun, dale, Calif.
Switzerland. Cobban, H. H., Takoma Park, Wash-
Schuberth, Otto, Takoma Park, Wash- ington, D. C.
ington, D. C. Cole, J. W., Room 811, Pennsylvania
Schiilter, Friedrich, P. 0. W. Camp, Bldg., 226 West 34th St., New York,
North Camp Hood, Gainesville, Texas. N. Y.
Shaw, J. L., Lorna Linda, Calif. Crane, Wesley, Box 1511, Glendale,
Shuler, J. L., Theological Seminary, Calif.
Takoma Park, D. C. Crider, C. C., Theological Seminary,
Spalding, Madison College, Tenn. Takoma Park,' Washington, D. C.
Spicer, W. A., Takoma Park, Washing- Cummins, J. F., Takoma Park, Wash-
ton, D. C. ington, D. C.
Stevens, J. A., Takoma Park, Washing- Dale, Charles L., White Memorial Hos-
ton, D. C. pital, Los Angeles, Calif.
Stoehr, H. G., Box 1511, Glendale, Ferren, J. R., Takoma Park, Washing-
Calif. ton, D. C.
Strahle, J. J., Takoma Park, Washing- Gillis, I. E., Box 1511, Glendale, Calif.
ton, D. C. Glanzer, B., Box 1511, Glendale, Calif.
Strickland, R. G., Takoma Park, Wash- Greer, George, Box 1511, Glendale, Calif.
ington, D. C. Harder, F. E. J., Theological Seminary,
Teesdale, W. H., Takoma Park, Wash- Takoma Park, D. C.
ington, D. C. Hooper, Wayne, Box 1511, Glendale,
Turner, W. G., Takoma Park, Wash- Calif.
ington, D. C. Jacobson, N. V., Theological Seminary,
Vollmer, H. W., 2215 E. Glenoaks, Takoma Park, D. C.
Glendale, Calif. Jenkins, T. J., Theological Seminary,
Votaw, H. H., Takoma Park, Washing- Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
ton, D. C. Johns, A. F., Theological Seminary,
Walton, H. M., Takoma Park, Wash- Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
ington, D. C. Johnson, Stanley, Theological Seminary.
Watson, C. H., "Mizpah," Wahroonga, Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
N. S. W., Australia. Knipschild, J. F., Jr., Theological Sem-
Weaver, J. E., Takoma Park, Washing- inary, Takoma Park, D. C.
ton, D. C. Kohler, Clarence, Theological Seminary,
Wellman, S. A., Takoma Park, Wash- Takoma Park, D. C.
Kubrock, Daniel V., Theological Semi-
ington, D. C. nary, Takoma Park, Washington,
Wells, G. W., Takoma Park, Washing- D. C.
ton, D. C. Leon, Merado, Box 1511, Glendale,
Westphal, F. H., 217 N. Verdugo Road, Calif.
Glendale, Calif. Lin, David, P. U. C., Angwin, Calif.
Westphal, J. W., Weslaco, Tex. McCormick, Sherman, Theological Sem-
White, A. L., Takoma Park, Washing- inary, Takoma Park, Washington,
ton, E. C. D. C.
Wilcox, F. M., Takoma Park, Washing- Miklos, John, Theological Seminary, Ta-
ton, D. C. koma Park, D. C.
20 GENERAL CONFERENCE

Mondics, B. J., Theological Seminary, Schmidt, Anna, 41 Hazel Gardens,


Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. Edgeware, Middlesex, England.
Phillips, W. E., Takoma Park, Wash- Taft, M. C., Takoma Park, Washington,
ington, D. C. D. C.
Pratt, Lester, Theological Seminary, Thompson, Mrs. Stella, Takoma Park,
Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
Rentfro, C. A., Takoma Park, Wash- Wangerin, Mrs. Theodora, Box 1511,
ington, D. C. Glendale, Calif.
Rose, David, Theological Seminary, Ta- Weir, Margaret, Takoma Park, Wash-
koma Park, D. C. ington, D. C.
Seamont, Robert E., Box 1511, Glendale,
Calif. Williams, Mrs. Flora H., Takoma Park,
Seitz, M. F., Theological Seminary, Ta- Washington, D. C.
koma Park, D. C. Zidler, Elizabeth, Takoma Park, Wash-
Turner, Raymond, Box 1511, Glendale, ington, D. C.
Calif.
Williams, W. H., Takoma Park, Wash-
ington, D. C. Licensed Missionaries
Wilson, Neal C., Theological Seminary,
Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. Mrs. J. J. Aitken, Grace Amadon, Elsie
Winslow, Grover C., Theological Semi- Argent, Mrs. W. P. Atwood, Esther
nary, Takoma Park, D. C. Benton, Mrs. F. W. Bieber, Erna Borm,
Zytkoskee, A. G., Theological Seminary. Mrs. P. C. Boynton, Carl Bremson, Mrs.
Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. H. J. Brendel, Mrs. W. M. Buckman,
Betty Cannon.
Mrs. Ralph Case, Mrs. Myrtle Chris-
Credentialed Missionaries man, Grace Coyl, Mrs. Carol Crabtree,
Arason, S., Takoma Park, Washington, Mrs. Charles Crider, T. Rose Curtis,
D. C. Doris Davis, Mrs. Bessie Detamore,
Barrows, H. W., Takoma Park, Wash- Lynelle Draughon, Mary Jane Dybdahl,
ington, D. C. Louise Ekstrom, Mrs. Alice Fagerstrom,
Benjamin, W. A., Takoma Park, Wash- Katie Farney, J. P. Finch, Mrs. Jessie
ington, D. C. Flaiz, Dorothy Ford, Mrs. Oliver Foust,
Bryan, Geneva, Takoma Park, Wash- Mrs. C. W. Foreman, Mrs. Ellen Frank-
ington, D. C. lin, Mrs. Frederick Freeman, Jean Free-
Burnett, D. Lois, Takoma Park, Wash- man, Mrs. Winnif red George, Edith
ington, D. C. Geymet, Dorothy Greeley, Mrs. Louis
Childs, H. G., Mountain View, Calif. Halswick, Lyman Ham, Jewel Hatcher,
Conard, Claude, Takoma Park, Wash- Marjorie Hight, Mrs. F. E. T. Harder,
ington, D. C. Mrs. Edna Helms, Lucille Henderson,
Dixon, H. R., Takoma Park, Washing- Joyce Henderson, Mabel Hinkhouse,
ton, D. C. Emma E. Howell, Mrs. M. V. Jacobson,
Evans, M. Eugene, Takoma Park, Wash- Mrs. T. J. Jenkins, Mrs. Alger F. Johns,
ington, D. C. Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Pauline Klady,
Fleisher, Stella, Takoma Park, Wash- Mrs. E. H. C. Knauft, Mrs. J. F. Knips-
ington, D. C. child, Mrs. Clarence Kohler, Mrs. Dan-
Ginther, Rosamond, Takoma Park, iel V. Kubrock, Mrs. Elizabeth Lemon,
Washington, D. C. Althea Lightner, Eva M. Linscott, Mar-
Hunter, Mrs. Nell, Takoma Park, Wash- ian MacNeil, Frank Marsh, Mrs. Sher-
ington, D. C. man McCormick, Genevieve Melendy,
Ireland, J. J., Takoma Park, Washing- Louise Meyer, Mrs. John Miklos, Helen
ton, D. C. Miller, Mrs. Elsie Minesinger, Mrs. B.
Klbuser, Louise C., Takoma Park, J. Mondics, Marie Mooney, Signe Nel-
Washington, D. C. son, Alta Nesbit, Frances Nowlin, Mar-
Mace, Mrs. J. W., Takoma Park, Wash- ion Nyman, Mrs. B. E. Olson, Alvina
ington, D. C. Osiek, Mrs. Mary Patterson, Mary Paul,
Macpherson, W. E., White Memorial Mrs. Arturo Perez, Mrs. Julius Peter,
Hospital, Boyle and Michigan Ave., Barbara Phipps, Mabel Porter, Mrs.
Los Angeles, Calif. Lester Pratt, Mrs. Lottie Quinn, Mrs.
Marsh, Mrs. Marjorie W., Takoma Park, D. E. Rebok, Mrs. David Rose, Mrs. M.
Washington, D. C. F. Seitz, Mrs. Mary Scott, Hazel Shadel,
McNeill, S. E., Takoma Park, Wash- Verna Slate, Louise Surface, Minnie
ington, D. C. Truitt, Mintie Truitt, LaVerne Turner,
Pack, Sarah, Angwin, Calif. Mrs. Viola Walker, Mrs. Irene Walters,
Plumer, Mrs. L. Flora, Takoma Park, Thelma Wellman, Evelyn Wells, Ora
Washington, D. C. Williams, Mrs. Neal C. Wilson, Mrs.
Rogers, C. L., Takoma Park, Washing-. Grover C. Winslow, Theodora Wirak,
ton, D. C. Mrs. F. H. Yost, Mrs. A. G. Zytoskee.
NORTH AMERICA
Territory: United States, Canada, Population: 143,685,645 ; churches,
Alaska, Bermuda Islands and Ha- 2,669; members, 199,832.
waiian. Islands, all of which com-
prise the Atlantic, Canadian, Central,
Columbia, Lake, Northern, North Vice-President for North America: W.
Pacific, Pacific, Southern, and South-
western Union Conferences. G. Turner.

ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1901

Territory: The States of Connecticut, Reynolds, L. G. Sevrens, Alfred Wal-


Maine, New Hampshire, New York, ters, H. U. Wendell.
Rhode Island, and Vermont, the Com- Honorary: F. D. Myers.
monwealth of Massachusetts, and the
Bermuda Islands, comprising the Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Conferences of Greater New York, Educational
New York, Northern New England,
Southern New England and the Ber- Dorothy Bartlett, Leona Bassham, P.
muda Mission. S. Chen, R. L. Cone, Alma E. Davis,
R. M. Edmister, Mrs. Iva S. Furnival,
Population: 21,947,246 churches, 207 ; Thelma Hale, Alice Hoist, L. T. John-
members, 14,675. son, Mrs. C. L. Kilgore, Ellen Klose,
Office Address: South Lancaster, Mass. Evlyn Lindberg, J. A. Lofgren, Mrs.
(Telephone, Clinton 682.) Gladys C. Martin, G. E. Miles, C. S.
Munn, Richard Myers, Rowena E.
Officers: Purdon, W. F. Rembold, Mrs. Dor-
President, M. L. Ric e. othy E. Ritz, James Roberts, Frank
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, W. Robinson, Theodora Stearns, L. T.
C. Raley. Thurber.
Executive Committee: M. L. Rice, Medical
D. A. Bailey, C. M. Bunker, Theodore Mrs. W. M. Andress, Leila Annesley,
Carcich, R. J. Christian, 0. T. Garner Gertrude Baldwin, Lucy Beale, M. C.
R. L. Hubbs, G. E. Jones, J. F. Kent Bender, A. M. Bond, Walter E.
J. F. Knipschild, D. A. Ochs, C. E. Brooks, Hazel Broome, Eusebia Byers,
Parrish, W. C. Raley, H. E. Rice, T. Mrs. Henrietta Byron, Mrs. Louise
M. Rowe. Cleaves, Clifton Cluff, George Coffin,
Departmental Secretaries: James Coffin, Irene Conklin, Edward
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Coun- Corey, George E. Cornforth, Hazel
sellor on War Service Problems, Cummings, Lillian Curry, Mattie J.
R. L. Hubbs. Darrell, W. C. Day, Mrs. W. C. Day,
Field Missionary, J. F. Kent. Harold Decker, J. E. Deininger, Mrs.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, J. E. Deininger, William Diehl, Mrs.
R. J. Christian. Edna Douglas, Dorothea Drake, Mrs.
Medical, C. E. Parrish. Mattie Edgerton, Elaine Edwards,
Religious Liberty and Radio, M. L. Florence Foster, Paul Furman, Ste-
Rice. phen Gascay, C. H. Gerald, Mrs. C.
Colored Representative, T. M. Rowe. H. Gerald, James Girard, Mrs. James
Transportation Agent, W. C. Raley. Girard, Charlotte Greiner, Robert
Griffin, M. Helen Guthrie, Irving
Ordained Ministers: Hamilton, Mrs. Irving Hamilton, Mrs.
R.' J. Christian, A. G. Emmer, L. H. C. A. Haysmer, Harold Holyoke, Wyn
Hartin, R. L Hubbs, G. E. Jones, J. Howe, Mrs. Clara Hurd, Alfred John-
F. Kent, H. K. Martin, W. C. Raley, son, Anna Johnson, Mildred Judkins,
M. L. Rice, J. 0. Wilson. Florence Kinnear, Helen B. Kinnear,
Honorary: D. H. Hanson, A. J. Han- Amelia Kinner, Pauline Kinner,
mer, H. F. Kirk, E. E. Osborne, W. Sadie Kivi, Gerald Ladeau, Elizabeth
W. Rice, A. E. Sanderson, E. W. Laudenslager, Mrs. Elizabeth Lind-
Thurber. D. G. Turk, W. R. Ucht- quist, R. L. Linthwaite, Vera S.
mann, H. P. Gram. Lutes, Mrs. Myra Lynes, Katherine
MacAskill, Mrs. Lillian MacBeth,
Licensed Ministers: Edna MacDougall, R. G. Manuel, Bar-
G. T. Anderson, George L. Caviness, bara P. Meister, Grace Meister, Ruby
J. 0. Gibson, C. A. Haysmer, R. L. Meister, L. W. Melendy, Mrs. L. W.
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Melendy, Lillian Mooshian, Amos Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, Ulster,


Nelson, Milton Packard, C. E. Par- Sullivan, Delaware, Greene, Columbia,
rish, Violet Patchett, Henry Pearl, Nassau, and Suffolk.
Mrs. Henry Pearl, Alfred H. Pearson, Population: 9,219,424 ; churches, 37 ;
Bessie Peck, Ethel Peck, Mildred Plum- members, 4,421.
mer, Marion Rennard, Mrs. Charlotta
Rhicard, H. E. Rice, Allen Robinson, Office: 108-11 69th Road, Forest Hills,
Mrs. Allen Robinson, Charles Rogers, New York. (Telephone, BOulevard
Harold V. Ruggles, Manchester Ry- 8-8110.)
der, F. E. Sanderson, E. Lucas
Schmidt, Mrs. E. Lucas Schmidt, Nina Officers:
Schmidt, Maybette Sharp, Jesse President, C. M. Bunker.
Shlemon, Mrs. Doris T. Simpson, Secretary-Treasurer, I. G. Ortner.
Amanda Sloane, Fannie Smith, Mrs. Executive Committee: C. M. Bunker,
Florence C. Smith, John Spalt, David R. W. Engstrom, W. A. Fagal, E.
Stone, Evelyn Stout, S. H. Strand, Guenther, I. G. Ortner, R. H. Pier-
Jr., Mrs. S. H. Strand, Jr., Mrs. Lil- son, T. M. Rowe, H. B. Taylor.
lie Sutherland, Marion Sutherland,
Rose Swanson, Esther L. Tassell, M. Departmental Secretaries:
J. Thompson, Lucille Thornley, Mrs. Book and Bible House, H. R. Rolfe.
Mildred Turpel, Earle Vinal, W. W. Educational, Sabbath School, and Y.
Webster, Ethel Westgate, R. H. P. M. V., V. W. Becker.
White, Kingdon W. Whitney, L. J. Field Missionary, I. H. Ihrig ; As-
Whitney, Sidney Williams, Mrs. Sid- sistant, C. S. Miles.
ney Williams. Nora Wolfe, Mrs. Home Missionary and Religious Lib-
Irene Wood, Mary Wooden, Harry A. erty, C. M. Bunker.
Woodard, Mrs. Annie Yelland, Edna
York. Ordained Ministers:
General V. W. Becker, C. M. Bunker, J. E.
Cox, F. W. Cummings, S. J. Dem-
Lois Ruth Eldridge, Naomi Hansen, chuck, R. W. Engstrom, W. A. Fagal,
Elizabeth Hartwell. B. M. Heald, Branes Kanachky, S. A.
Honorary: Eva Daggett, Sophia Kaplan, F. M. Larsen, N. S. McLeod,
Gooss, Elizabeth Kehrein, Ellery Rob- D. Mozar, H. W. Peterson, R. H. Pier-
inson, W. M. Vehorn, Emma Wells. son, V. R. Pike, H. R. Rolfe, D. F.
Legal Association: "The Atlantic Un- Roth, T. M. Rowe, H. B. Taylor, F.
ion Conference Association of Sev- W. Thorp, V. C. Townsend, R. Va-
enth-day Adventists." lerio, J. A. Wasenmiller, R. S. Watts.
Licensed Ministers:
BERMUDA MISSION I. H. Ihrig, Reese Jenkins, Ludwig
Ninaj, J. J. North, C. S. Miles, I. G.
Organized as The Seventh-day Adventist Ortner, L. E. Smart.
Church of Bermuda Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Territory: Bermuda Islands.
Educational
Address: Box 370, Hamilton, Bermuda.
Lucile Haskin, Mrs. Ina Paulien.
Population: 30,814 ; churches, 3 ; mem-
bership, 201. General
Officers: Mabel Bartlett, Lillian Broome, Ethel
Superintendent, J. F. Knipschild. Cole, G. W. Harris, Clara Hoogen-
Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Edna L. boom, Bertha Mamrack, Mrs. Harriet
Knipschild. McDade, Irene Ortner, Muriel Out-
house, Miriam Sauer, Ruth Stefko,
Departmental Secretaries: W. A. Sowers, Mary Weiss.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Honorary: Ernst Nopper.
Y. P. M. V., J. F. Knipschild. Bible Instructors:
Ordained Minister: J. F. Knipschild, J. Vesta Cash, Mrs. B. Heald, Helen
A. Toop. Horton, Mrs. Henrietta Immergut,
Louise Johnson, Augusta Meyer, Mrs.
F. D. Myers, Mrs. D. Mozar, Marion
GREATER NEW YORK CON- Warrington.
FERENCE
Church School Teachers:
Organized 1902
Viola Brinson, Christine Dyer, Ida
Territory: The city of New York ; and Jane Gosse, Mrs. Theresa Howard,
the following counties in the State of Mrs. Mary Katcher, Elaine Land-
New York: Westchester, Rockland, grebe, Doris Larsen, Mrs. Dana Mar-
ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE 23

tin, Helen Mead, Mary Anna Mead, L. L. Grand Pre', Walton Smith, J.
Mrs. Grace Oakley, N. 0. Phipps, W. Wood.
Dorothy Pigott, Mrs. Marion Warden, Honorary: Albert N. Shafer.
Mrs. Eunice Willis.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Transportation:
Educational
(General Conference S. D. A. Trans-
portation Agency: Room 811, Penn- Lawrence Myers.
sylvania Bldg., 225 West 34th Street, General
New York 1, New York ; Telephone,
LOngacre 5-4867. J. W. Cole, Trans- J. B. Frank.
portation Agent. Cable Address: Bible Instructors:
"Adventist, New York." Consign Anna Brandon, Ena Ferguson, Stella
freight to office address, and express Krasko, Doris Parkinson, Mabel V ree-
in care of Atlas Transportation, 508
West 37th St., New York.) land, Lillian Woodyard.
Legal Association: "Greater New York Church School Teachers:
Corporation of Seventh-day Advent- Mrs. A. S. Anderson, Martha Ander-
ists ;" President, C. M. Bunker ; Sec- son, Mrs. Dorcas Baker, Mrs. Ila
retary-Treasurer, I. G. Ortner. Deerwester, Mrs. Breta V. Frank,
Ruth Gove. Harriett Liese, Irene Mc-
NEW YORK CONFERENCE Nett, Helen Morris, Doris Munson,
Mrs. Frank Parkhurst, Dorothy Pen-
Organized 1922 dergast, Mrs. Alice Peterson, Mar-
Territory: That portion of the State of garet Smith.
New York north and west of the line
formed by the northern boundaries Legal Assn.: "The New York Confer-
of Delaware, Greene, and Columbia ence Association of Seventh-day Ad-
Counties. ventists."
Population: 4,259,718 ; churches, 57 ;
members, 3,272. NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND
Office: 25 Park St., Union Springs. CONFERENCE
N. Y. (Telephone, Union Springs Reorganized 1926, combining the Maine
2351.) Conference, which was organized in
Postal Address: Box 644, Union 1867, and the Northern New Eng-
Springs., N. Y. land Conference, organized in 1909.
Officers: Territory: States of Maine, New Hamp-
President, 0. T. Garner. (Telephone, shire, and Vermont.
Union Springs 2951.) Population: 1,697,981 ; churches, 50 ;
Secretary-Treasurer, J. B. Frank members, 2,051.
(Telephone, Union Springs 4351.)
Executive Committee: 0. T. Garner, Office: 55 S. Main St., Rochester, N. 11.
A. S. Anderson, G. A. Coon, J. B. (Telephone 540.)
Frank, G. E. Personius, E. A. Rob- Officers:
ertson. President, D. A. Ochs.
Departmental Secretaries: Secretary-Treasurer, L. E. Aldrich.
Book and Bible House, P. I. Nos- Executive Committee: D. A. Ochs,
worthy. L. E. Aldrich, V. A. Anderson. D. K.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Adam Bettie, R. W. Moore, M. E. Reynolds.
Rudy. Departmental Secretaries:
Field Missionary, L. L. Grand Pre'.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Book and Bible House, L. E. Aldrich.
R. T. Minesinger. Educational, Home Missionary, and
Radio and Religious Liberty, 0. T. Sabbath School, A. Ruf.
Garner. Field Missionary, Nathan Russell.
Religious Liberty and Y. P. M. V., .
Ordained Ministers: D. A. Ochs.
A. S. Anderson, J. F. Bohner, G. A. Ordained Ministers:
Coon, 0. T. Garner, Alexander Hough-
ton, R. T. Minesinger, J. A. Nord- V. A. Anderson, J. Branson Chris-
strom, E. A. Roberts-on, Adam Rudy, pens, C. B. Green, B. F. Hartman,
Joseph Schnetzler, A. G. Youngberg, R. W. Moore, D. A. Oehs, A. Ruf.
D. P. Wood, T. Wilson. Licensed Ministers:
Licensed Ministers: L. E. Aldrich, G. E. Appleyard,
Gerald Greene, David Johnson, D. E. Robert Kerr, Wayne Massengill, Car-
Klam, C. A. Nelson, P. I. Nosworthy, rol E. Perry, Nathan Russell.
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Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Ordained Ministers:


Mrs. Helen Armstrong, Orvis Braman, W. M. Andress, T. Carcich, A.
Evelyn Platt, Virgene Sauer, David W. Clarke, C. E. Eldridge, C. E.
Shaw. Guenther, P. G. Herwick, E. A. Lock-
Bible Instructors: ett, S. B. Olney, A. W. Ortner, N. F.
Pease, C. M. Pike, N. H. Saunders,
Viola Carpenter, Lois Foster, Ruth A. R. Sousa, C. L. Taylor, H. R.
Head. Thurber, A. L. Westphal, C. L. Wick-
Church School Teachers: _ wire, 0. D. Wright, S. N. Ritten-
A. Z. Bowen, Verna Boynton, Eu- house.
phemia Bryne, Christine Dyer, Mrs. Licensed Ministers:
Alva Emerson, Mrs. Violet Hall, Mrs. F. R. Aldridge, J. Melvyn Clemons,
Ezalie Henderson, Esther Lane, Dor- E. R. Colson, H. E. Greene, J. A.
othy Lovitt, Madge Myers, David Jerry, M. G. Johnson, 5: Lombard,
Shaw. W. K. Mansker, J. E. Osterblom, A.
Legal Assn.: Maine Conference Asso- B. Pohlman, G. P. Stone, C. H. Wal-
ciation of Seventh-day Adventists; ters.
President, D. A. Ochs; Treasurer, Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
L. E. Aldrich; Clerk, R. W. Moore; Louise E. Doherty, Laura M. Drown,
D. K. Bettie, V. A. Anderson, M. E. Phyllis J. Foss, May E. Hurlbutt.
Reynolds, A. F. Ruf.
Northern New England Conference Bible Instructors:
of Seventh-day Adventists, Inc.; Frances Bishop, Dorothy Conklin,
President, D. A. Ochs; Treasurer Olevia Cooke, Zilda Forde, Ruth Gru-
and Clerk, L. E. Aldrich; V. A. An- ber, Berenice Redmond.
derson, D. K. Bettie, R. W. Moore,
M. E. Reynolds, A. F. Ruf. Church School Teachers:
J. Rex Adams, Rachel Anderton,
Emma Brown, Nancy Brown, Mrs.
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND George Butler, Helen Campbell, Mrs.
CONFERENCE E. B. Clarke, Margaret Drown, Mrs.
G. N. Emerson, Josephine Folsom,
Reorganized 1926, combining the Mas- Marion Folsom, Effie French, Mrs. H.
sachusetts Conference, organized in E. Greene, Mrs. Annie Bell Hall, Flor-
1870, and the Southern New England ence Kidder, Elizabeth Lillie, Mrs.
Conference, organized in 1903. Frank Masaracchia, Gertrude Meleen,
Territory: Commonwealth of Massachu- Beulah Oliver, Mrs. H. G. Patchett,
setts, and States of Connecticut and Mrs. M. E. Powers, Wilbur Quitt-
meyer, Hazel Ray, Dorothea Ray-
Rhode Island. mond, Mrs. James Roberts, Marguer-
Population: 6,739,309; churches, 60; ite Ross, Anna Sawyer, Florence
members, 4,730. 'Strickland, Mrs. Wallace Sutherland,
Rachel Tyler, Herbert Walls, Beatrice
Office Address: South Lancaster, Mass. Ware.
(Telephone, Clinton 255.) Legal Assn.: "The Southern New Eng-
Officers: land Conference Association of Sev-
enth-day Adventists."
President, T. Carcich. (Telephone,
Clinton 508.)
Secretary-Treasurer, J. E. Osterblom. INSTITUTIONS IN THE ATLANTIC
(Telephone, Clinton 516.) UNION CONFERENCE
Executive Committee: T. Carcich, A.
W. Clarke, C. E. Guenther, I. M. Educational:
Martin, A. W. Ortner, J. E. Oster- Atlantic Union College, South Lan-
blom, N. F. Pease, X. P. Walton, 0. caster, Mass.
D. Wright. Brookside Academy, East Taunton,
Departmental Secretaries: Mass.
Greater New York Academy, Corner
Book and Bible House, F. R. Aldridge. Washington Ave. and Gates Ave.,
Educational and Y. P. M. V., G. P. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Stone. South Lancaster Academy, South
Field Missionary, J. A. Jarry ; Assist- Lancaster, Mass.
ant, C. H. Walters. Union Springs Academy, Union
Home Missionary and Sabbath School. Springs, N. Y.
C. E. Guenther.
Religious Liberty: Connecticut, C. M. Sanitarium :
Pike ; Massachusetts, T. Carcich ; New England Sanitarium, Melrose,
Rhode Island, A. W. Ortner. Mass.
CANADIAN UNION CONFERENCE
Organized 1932

Territory: The Dominion of Canada, General


the Dominion of Newfoundland Charlotte Erdman, Ada L. Manuel.
which includes Labrador, and all is-
Honorary: Mabel McDougall, R. E.
lands surrounding the main island ;
also the French possessions of Mique- Robinson.
lon and St. Pierre, comprising the Legal Associations: "Eastern Canadian
Conferences of Alberta, British Co- Union Conference Corporation of
lumbia, Manitoba-Saskatchewan, Mar- Seventh-day Adventists," and "The
itime, and Ontario-Quebec, and the Western Canadian Union Corporation
Newfoundland Mission. of Seventh-day Adventists."
Population: 11,489,700 ; churches, 146 ;
members, 9,407.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 396, Oshawa, ALBERTA CONFERENCE
Ontario, Canada. (Telephone, 3293W.)
Organized 1906
Officers:
President, H. L. Rudy. Territory: The Province of Alberta.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, H.
A. Shepard. Population: 783,000 ; churches, SO;
members, 2,425.
Executive Committee: H. L. Rudy,
Stanley Bane, J. A. Buckwalter, E. Office: 9848-106th St., Edmonton, Al-
A. Beavon, W. A. Clemenson, D. E. berta, Canada.
Collins, C. W. Degering, H. M. John-
son, J. M. A. LeMarquand, C. G. Officers:
Maracle, A. E. Millner, H. A. Mun- President, C. W. Degering.
son, D. N. Reiner, W. H. Roberts, Secretary-Treasurer, D. C. McFeters.
C. W. Shankel, H. A. Shepherd, S. Executive Committee: C. W. Deger-
G. White, Superintendent of the ing, R. Carlill, R. A. Hubley, W. V.
Newfoundland Mission. Mabley, D. C. McFeters, L. 0. Toft-
Departmental Secretaries: ner, C. C. Voth.
Educational, Home Missionary, and Departmental Secretaries:
Y. P. M. V., D. N. Reiner. Book and Bible, House, D. C. McFeters.
Field Missionary, D. E. Collins. Educational, C. W. Degering.
Medical, W. H. Roberts. Field Missionary, R. Carlill.
Public Relations, J. A. Buckwalter. Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,
Transportation Agent, H. L. Rudy. Hugh J. Campbell.
Ordained Ministers: Religious Liberty, C. W. Degering.
Sabbath School, Mary Neufeld.
G. S. Balharrie, J. A. Buckwalter,
D. E. Collins, H. M. Johnson, Andre Ordained Ministers:
LeCoultre, C. G. Maracle, D. N. Rei-
Hugh J. Campbell, C. W. Degering,
ner, H. L. Rudy, C. W. Shankel, R.
R. A. Hubley, M. L. Long, Donald
B. Thurber. Mackintosh, P. A. Rick, R. C. Shar-
Honorary: J. J. Gillatt, Neil McGill, man, W. B. Streifling, L. W. Taylor,
J. L. Wilson. C. C. Voth, P. G. Yakovenko.
Licensed Ministers: Licensed Ministers:
T. S. Bowett, T. J. Gibson, H. A. R. Carlill, V. R. Lebedoff.
Shepard, H. W. Taylor.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Ethel Kislanko, D. C. McFeters, Mary
Educational Neufeld, Martha Westphal.
C. H. Casey, H. F. Christie, Louise Church School Teachers:
Dedeker, Verda Deer, Roy Hampton, Melvin E. Erickson, Helen Horne,
Ernest Larson, Florence Moline, Es- Helen Johnson, Catherine Sankey,
ther Neufeld, Agnes Severson, B. H. Alma Will.
Stickle, Stanley Stickle, N. C. Tay-
lor, Nathan J. Wager. Legal Assn.: "Alberta Conference Asso-
ciation of Seventh-day Adventists"
Medical Trustees: C. W. Degering, R. Carlill,
Margaret Beach, W. H. Roberts, Ruth R. A. Hubley, W. V. Mabley, D. C.
Stickle, H. A. Munson. McFeters, L. 0. Toftner, C. C. Voth.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA CONFERENCE Office: 401 MacMillan Building, Saska-


Organized 1902 toon, Saskatchewan, Canada. (Tele-
phone, 2561.)
Territory: British Columbia, Canada. Officers:
Population: 761,000; churches, 24 ; President, S. G. White.
members, 1,872. Secretary-Treasurer, U. Wissner.
Cable Address: "Adventist," Vancouver, Executive Committee: S. G. White,
B. C. T. T. Babienco, L. R. Reiswig, L. M.
Office: 234 W. 13th Ave. Vancouver, Seltzer, George Serda, L. Smith, U.
British Columbia, Canada. Wissner.
Officers: Departmental Secretaries:
President, W. A. Clemenson. Book and Bible House, U. Wissner.
Secretary-Treasurer, H. J. Perkins. Educational, Home Missionary, and
Y. P. M. V., and Sabbath School,
Executive Committee: W. A. Clemen- L. R. Reiswig.
son, George Freeman, H. D. Henrick- Field Missionary, F. W. Connors.
sen, J. M. LeMarquand, H. J. Per- Religious Liberty, S. G. White.
kins, George Reiswig, C. C. Weis.
Ordained Ministers:
Departmental Secretaries: T. T. Babienco, C. M. Monks, D. D.
Book and Bible House, H. J. Perkins. Neufeld, D. F. Neufeld, J. D. Neu-
Educational, Home Missionary, and feld, M. H. Philbrick, L. R. Reiswig,
Y. P. M. V., H. D. Henriksen. L. M. Seltzer, S. G. White.
Field Missionary,
Sabbath School, W. A. Clemenson. Licensed Ministers:
Religious Liberty, W. A. Clemenson. H. W. Bedwell, George Melashenko,
Ordained Ministers: C. G. Samograd, U. Wissner.
George 0. Adams, F. T. Balmer, Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
W. A. Clemenson, George Freeman, F. W. Connors, Sigridur Johnson,
H. D. Henriksen, W. J. Hurdon, Gladys M. Miller, Edith I. Johnstone.
George Soloniuk, C. C. Weis.
Bible Instructor: Emily McKendry.
Licensed Ministers:
H. J. Perkins, N. R. Johnson. Church School Teachers:
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Mrs. Ivan Paul, Ted. Weis.
Alice Campbell, Grace E. Snowden, Legal Associations: "Saskatchewan Con-
Patricia Wilkinson. ference Assn. of Seventh-day Advent-
ists," 401 MacMillan Bldg., Saska-
Bible Instructors: toon, Saskatchewan ; President, S. G.
Lenna McCarty, Rose Reiswig, D. E. White; Secretary-Treasurer, U. Wiss-
Tinkler, Mrs. D. E. Tinkler. ner, "The Manitoba Conference of
Seventh-day Adventists," 355 Young
Church School Teachers: St., Winnipeg, Manitoba; President,
Mrs. L. Astleford, Mrs. M. Betts, E. S. G. White ; Secretary-Treasurer,
Edstrom, Mrs. J. Tyson Flyn, Evelyn U. Wissner.
Hill, Mrs. Jesse Locke, Mrs. Ruby
Lindgren, John McCartney, Mary Mc-
Cartney, Edythe Vetcher, Mrs. B. E. MARITIME CONFERENCE
Warner, Mrs. J. D. Stickle.
Legal Assn.: "British Columbia Asso- Organized 1902
ciation of Seventh-day Adventists." Territory: The Provinces of New
President, W. A. Clemenson ; Secre- Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince
tary-Treasurer, H. J. Perkins. Edward Island, with the Gaspe Penin-
sula.
MANITOBA-SASKATCHEWAN Population: 1,209,889; churches, 13;
CONFERENCE members, 671.
Organized 1932 Office: Rooms 15-16, Subway Block,
Moncton, N. B. (Telephone 8622.)
Territory: The Provinces of Saskatche-
wan and Manitoba and that portion Postal Address: Box 125, Moncton,
of Ontario lying west of the 89th New Brunswick, Canada.
Meridian. Officers:
Population: 1,765,423 ; churches, 41 ; President, E. A. Beavon.
members, 2,170. Secretary-Treasurer, L. 11. Davies.
CANADIAN UNION CONFERENCE 27

Executive Committee: E. A. Beavon, ONTARIO-QUEBEC CONFERENCE


A. Blair, F. Coolen, L. H. Davies, R. Organized 1932
Matthews, F. W. Stray, G. F. Wimer.
(Ontario 1899Quebec 1880)
Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House and Sabbath Territory: The Province of Ontario
School, L. H. Davies. lying east of the 89th meridian, and
Educational, Home Missionary, and the Province of Quebec, with the ex-
Y. P. M. V., E. A. Beavon. ception of the Gaspe Peninsula.
Field Missionary, G. F. Wimer. Population: 6,675,688; churches, 33 ;
Religious Liberty, A. Blair. members, 1,936.
Ordained Ministers: Postal Address: Box 337, Oshawa,
E. A. Beavon, Ainsley Blair, L. H. Ontario, Canada. (Phone 223-W.)
Davies, P. Moores. C. A. Reeves, F.
Officers:
W. Stray.
Licensed Ministers: President, A. E. Millner,
Secretary-Treasurer, J. C. Neithercut.
Malcolm Fisher, G. M. McLean..
Executive Committee: A. E. Millner,
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: H. R. Brennan, 0. B. Gerhart, F. W.
Vivian Horne, Verlie W. Miller, G. Hocking, J. C. Neithercut, W. J.
F. Wimer. Pincombe.
Bible Instructor: Emma Lehmann. Departmental Secretaries:
Church School Teacher:
Lulu VanBuskirk. Book and Bible House and Sabbath
School, J. C. Neithercut.
NEWFOUNDLAND MISSION Educational, Home Missionary, and
Y. P. M. V., E. A. Crane.
Territory: The Dominion of Newfound- Field Missionary, C. A. Edwards.
land which includes Labrador, and all Religious Liberty, A. E. Millner.
islands surrounding the main island ;
also the French possessions of Mique- Ordained Ministers:
lon and St. Pierre. H. R. Brennan, E. A. Crane, C. A.
Population: 294,700 ; churches, 5 ; mem- Edwards, W. R. Foulston, 0. B. Ger-
bers, 333. hart, A. E. Millner, M. H. Philbrick,
Office Address: 106 Freshwater Road, C. 0. Smith, A. W. Wennerberg.
St. John's, Newfoundland. (Phone Licensed Ministers:
3160.)
G. T. Hewlett, A. W. Kaytor, Clarence
Postal Address: P. O. Box 574, St. Long, J. C. Neithercut, W. C. Rick.
John's, Newfoundland.
Officers: Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Superintendent, David Heslip, Moira Lawson, Almeda
Acting Secretary-Treasurer, J. W. Gustaysen, E. Victoria Shannon.
Bothe. Bible Instructors:
Mission Committee: J. W. Bothe (act- Edna Ackerman, Mrs. J. M. Heslip,
ing chairman), W. C. Baird, G. H. Esther Parrish, Addie M. Wood.
Morgan, S. Nosworthy, J. Simms.
Departmental Secretaries: Church School Teachers:
Educational, Home Missionary, Reli- Madelyne Bresett, Mrs. A. W. Kay-
gious Liberty, Sabbath School, and tor, Esther Neufeld, Mrs. L. G. Ox-
Y. P. M. V., ford.
Educational: School Board which has Legal Associations: "The Ontario Con-
charge of all educational work ference of Seventh-day Adventists,"
throughout our territory is appointed and "Quebec Association of Seventh-
by the Governor in Council. and the day Adventists."
personnel is as follows: J. W. Bothe,
Acting Chairman ; R. Butler, J. T.
Adams, R. Duffett, G. H. Morgan, INSTITUTIONS IN THE CANADIAN
Mac Morgan, C. Trenchard, J. Sims,
S. Webber. UNION CONFERENCE
Ordained Minister: L. Astleford. Educational:
Licensed Minister: J. W. Bothe. Canadian Junior College, College
Church School Teachers: Heights, Alberta.
Hazel Avery, Alma Butler, Ivy Mills, Oshawa Missionary College, Box 308,
Jessie Woodland. Oshawa. Ontario.
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Publishing: Medical:
Canadian Watchman Press, Box 398, Rest Haven Hospital and Sanitarium,
Oshawa, Ontario. Sidney British Columbia.

CENTRAL UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1902
Territory: The States of Colorado, E. N. Dick, M. G. Durichck. R. W.
Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Fowler, P. C. Jaynes, A. L. Moon,
Wyoming, and San Juan County in Harold Roll, J. C. Shull, R. F. Wad-
New Mexico, comprising the Confer- lell.
ences of Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Honorary: R. M. Carter, H. A. Green,
and Nebraska, and the Wyoming Mis- F. A. Page.
sion.
Population: 8,292,679; churches, 256 Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
members, 16,165.
Educational
Telegraphic Address: Telephone 4-2182, E. C. Aaby, Mrs. E. E. Cossentine,
Lincoln, Nebr. Elizabeth Cowdrick, Lessie Lee Cul-
Office Address: 4547 Calvert St., Lin- pepper, J. T. DeVice, Mrs. Ann Dunn,
coln 6, Nebr. Vernon S. Dunn, C. C. Engel, Pearl
Hall, Mrs. H. C. Hartman, E. M.
Officers: Hause, A. D. Holmes, Helen Hyatt,
President, N. C. Wilson. Mrs. P. C. James, G. C. Jorgensen,
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, F. H. L. Keene, Estelle Kiehnhoff, Floyd
W. Schnepper. Kleinman, Ruby Lee, Eunice Marsh,
Executive Committee: N. C. Wilson, F. L. Marsh, H. A. Miller, L. L. Nel-
L. F. Bohner, R. E. Bowles, C. G. son, E. B. Ogden, Maurine Peterson,
Cross, E. E. Cossentine, G. F. Eich- Pearl L. Rees, H. G. Reinmuth, Floda
man, G. R. Fattic, W. H. Howard, Smith, Esther Sonnenberg, May Stan-
L. G. Jorgensen, S. J. Lashier, F. A. ley, Frances. Stoddard, J. E. Stout,
Mote, P. W. Ochs, E. H. Oswald, J. G. H. Straight, W. F. Tarr, Irma
H. Roth, F. W. Schnepper, J. C. Watt, R. W. Woods.
Shull, A. E. Webb, G. A. Williams.
Medical
Departmental Secretaries:'
W. C. Atchison, Lester Blower, Mrs.
Educational, G. R. Fattic. Ann Bowers, John Brackett, Mrs. Ada
Field Missionary, C. G. Cross. Bunch, Mrs. J. H. Clemens, Edith
Medical, R. F. Waddell. Cornish, Elenoir Cross, Margaret
Religious Liberty, N. C. Wilson. Davis, Mrs. Opal Farnsworth, Muriel
Sabbath School, Home Missionary, Fleming, A. L'. Foster, Irvan Friesen,
and Radio, L. G. Jorgensen. Everett Gaines, Mrs. Mary Gibson,
Y. P. M. V., and Counsellor on War
Service Problems, G. R. Fattic. Mrs. Eulalia Grayson, Genevieve
Colored, A. E. Webb. Hansen, J. Elton Hansen, Mrs. Velma
Hansen, Ernest Harper, Leah Hatten-
Ordained Ministers: dorf, Ada Hause, E. G. Hoxie, Mrd.
R. L. Benton, I. F. Blue, F. E. F. R. Isaac, Alfred Johnson, Beth
Bresee, E. M. Cadwallader, E. E. Johnson, Mrs. Verna Johnson, Mrs.
Cossentine, C. G. Cross, G. R. Pattie, Winifred Johnson, Mrs. Elsie King,
H. C. Hartman, F. R. Isaac, L. G. Mrs. Olivia Klee, Fred Kohltfarver,
Jorgensen, S. 3. Lashier, D. D. Rees, Earl F. Koke, Mrs. Elizabeth Koke,
J., W. Rowland, F. W. Schnepper, A. Violet Larsen, Cecil Leach, Don
E. Webb, N. C. Wilson. Leach, Mabel Livingood, Irving Long-
more, Mrs. Winifred Lorenz, Fred
Honorary: J. N. Anderdon, C. G. McNeil, Adeline Miner, George Nel-
Bellah, P. E. Berthelsen, A. S. Brin- son, Mrs. Mary Nitz, Carl C. Parke,
gle, J. G. Hanhardt, J. D. Johnson, Mrs. Carl C. Parke, F. S. Robinson,
A. W. Kuehl, R. W. Leach, Chas. Mrs. E. W. Salisbury, Eda Schultz,
Lightner, A. C. Long, C. W. Miller, M. W. Shidler, Mrs. M. W. Shidler,
D. P. Miller, W. K. Smith, J. H. Mrs. J. C. Schull, C. A. Skinner,
Wheeler. Mrs. C. A. Skinner, E. A. Smith, E.
H. Smith, Edythe Smith, Vernon L.
Licensed Ministers: Smith, Margaret Spaulding, Carl
W. H. Beaven, L. F. Bohner, R. E. Specht, Mrs. Carl Specht, Frank Ste-
Bowles, A. R. Boynton, H. G. Burden, vens, Mrs. Ann Swanson, Mrs. C. A.
CENTRAL UNION CONFERENCE 29

Thompson, A. L. Tomlinson, Elsie Licensed Ministers:


Mae Warden, Fred Weber, Charles L. G. Barker, Fred Gihlein, W. S.
L. Wendell, Harriett Whiting, Ross Jesske, A. T. Johnson, George Kiyabu,
Williams, Hilda Yardley, Ival Yard- Ted T. Mohr, Tomas Requenez, Eric
ley, Mrs. Ruth Yardley, Arthur Zehm. Ristau, Ben Savage, B. L. Schlott-
hauer, George Sherbondy, C. L. Tur-
Publishing ner, Victor Wall.
W. H. Kruse, Vesta Scott. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
General Anna Draper, Florence Eichman,
Margaret Blue, Mrs. Della Foster, Mrs. M. Fitch, Holds Hagstotz, Na-
Martha H. Huffines, Angie I. Ma- dine Harris, Lewis Hart, Einar Hau-
gen, Ruth Lamb, Mrs. C. H. Miller,
hurin. Ray Underhill, Mrs. W. W. Wheeler,
Honorary: Evelyn Davis, Mary L. W. 0. Lenz.
Doan, 'Asa Smith, Esther Smith. Church School Teachers:
Legal Association: "Central Union Mrs. Esther Brown, Mrs. J. F. Brown,
Conference Association of the Sev- Verona Chambers, Dolores Dodd,
enth-day Adventists." Grace Duffield, Donalee Gladden, Mar-
jorie Hill, Perry G. Hills, Mrs. Iva
Hurley, Mrs. Nellie Jensen, Mary B.
Johnson, Francis Jones, Mrs. Gertie
Jones, W. 0. Lenz, Lola Malone, Mrs.
COLORADO CONFERENCE Verena McClure, Theo McIntyre, Mrs.
Organized 1908 Ted Mohr, Natalie Olson, Mrs. Ray
Oster, Malcolm Perkins, Mrs. Leah.
Territory: State of Colorado and San Robinson, Etna Rose, Mrs. Rugina
Juan County in New Mexico. Sanchez, Helen Mae Smith, Mrs. R.
VanDivier, Delphine Watson, Mrs.
Population: 1,140,411 ; churches, 65 ; Florence Wilburn.
members, 4,848. Legal Association: "The Seventh-day
Adventist Association of Colorado;"
Office: 1081 Marion St., Denver, Colo. President, G. F. Eichman ; Secretary-
(Telephone, Tabor 2231-2232.) Treasurer, B. L. Schlotthauer.
Postal Address: Box 1109, Denver, Colo.
Officers : KANSAS CONFERENCE
President, G. F. Eichman. Organized 1876; reorganized 1914
Secretary-Treasurer, B. L. Schlott-
hauer. Territory: The State of Kansas.
Executive Committee: G. F. Eich-
man J. L. Ballard, Raymond Cales, Population: 1,801,028 ; churches, 65 ;
members, 3,259.
M. H. Schuster, E. A. von Pohle, Don
Rees, B. L. Schlotthauer, J. C. Shull, Office Address: 612 Taylor St., Topeka,
R. H. Wentland. Kans. (Phone, 2-4141.)
Departmental Secretaries: Postal Address: Box 267, Topeka, Kans.
Book and Bible House, B. L. Schlott- Officers:
hauer. President, J. H. Roth.
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Tem- Secretary-Treasurer, P. W. Ochs.
perance, G. D. Hagstotz.
Field Missionary, Eric Ristau. Executive Committee: J. H. Roth,
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, E. F. Coy, S. S. Mohr, R. R. Newman,
and Radio, R. H. Wentland. P. W. Ochs, Beaman Senecal, R. B.
Medical, A. L. Moon. Spears,
Religious Liberty, G. F. Eichman. Departmental Secretaries:
Ordained Ministers: Book and Bible House, P. W. Ochs..
Raymond Cales, J. B. Carter, W. H. Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Coun-
Clark, A. V. Dick, G. F. Eichman, sellor on War Service Problems,
G. H. Hagstotz, A. A. Leiske, S. H. J. M. Ackerman.
McLennan, C. H. Miller, W. S. North, Field Missionary, C. B. Watts.
D. R. Rees, L. E. Rogers, M. H. Schus- Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
ter, W. H. Shephard, J. A. Smith, Radio, and Temperance, B. A.
Carl Swenson, E. A. von Pohle, R. H. Scherr.
Wentland, F. G. Young. Religious Liberty, J. H. Roth.
30 CENTRAL UNION CONFERENCE

Ordained Ministers: ern, J. R. McWilliam, E. H. Myers,


N. J. Aalborg, J. M. Ackerman, E. F. C. A. Mock, F. A. Mote, R. W. Num-
Coy, Ross Dustin, W. B. Johnson, J. bers, Leon Robbins, C. W. Teel, N.
H. Meier, R. R. Newman, E. R. Os- H. Waters.
munson, S. A. Reile, Louis B. Rey- Licensed Ministers:
nolds, J. H. Roth, F. W. Ruddle, B.
A. Scherr, Beaman Seneca]. Delbert W. Curry. A. E. Gibb, John
Hickman, C. F. Kearbey, C. F. Lee,
Honorary: G. P. Gaede. J. R. McMullen, James Stevens, James
Licensed Ministers: A. Ward, P. L. Williams.
Ramon Cronk, L. J. Ehrhardt, Perry Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Green, Oscar Heinrich, Roy L. How-
'ard, Gayland K. Lashier, P. W. Ochs, Elizabeth Anderson, Arleen Egger,
William Penick, C. B. Watts. Walter Mabel Everett, Mrs. Ethel Jones,
Will. Esther Lindsio, Edith Schisler.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Bible Instructors:
Educational Evelyn Davis, Heater Kessler, Ida
Grace Ashton, Ansel Carrick, Jane Robinson.
Douglass, Mrs. Norman L. Krogstad, Church School Teachers:
Fay A. Lindsey, Phoebe Little.
Margaret Astner, Mrs. B. A. Brown,
General Mrs. Carl Cornell, Mrs. Delbert W.
Mrs. R. R. Newman. Sylvia Nielsen, Curry, Janice Davis, Mrs. Gail Dennis,
Mrs. P. W. Ochs, Mrs. J. H. Roth, Robert Groome, Joyce Gunderson,
Jean Schwab. Inez Jackson, Mrs. Garfield Jorgen-
son, Mrs. W. E. Maxwell, J. R. Mc
Church School Teachers: Mullen, Mrs. J. R. McMullen, Mrs.
C. D. Adams, Mrs. C. D. Adams, Nettie A. Saxby, Dorothy Shaull,
Mrs. F. A. Bivins, Mrs. Gertrude Mrs. Olene Shaw, Mrs. D. D. Turner,
Dahlberg, Thelma McBroom, Jessie Ethel Williams, Janice Wilson.
Pride, Mrs. G. P. Schlittler, Mrs.
Mary Wakefield, Mrs. J. D. Wilburn, Legal Assn.: "Missouri Conference As-
Mrs. Leonard Wood. sociation of Seventh-day Adventists:"
F. A. Mote, President; P. L. Wil-
Legal Assn.: "The Kansas Seventh-day liams, Secretary-Treasurer.
Adventist Conference Association."

MISSOURI CONFERENCE
NEBRASKA CONFERENCE
Organized 1876 ; reorganized 1914
Organized 1878
Territory: The State of Missouri.
Population: 3,784,664; churches, 55 ; Territory: The State of Nebraska.
members, 3,749. Population: 1,315,834 ; churches, 63 ;
Office: 2928 Campbell St., Kansas City members, 3,389.
3, Mo. (Telephone, Logan 6077.)
Office Address: 4619 Bancroft Ave.,
Officers: Lincoln, Nebr. (Telephone, 4-2000).
President, F. A. Mote.
Secretary-Treasurer, P. L. Williams. Postal Address: Box 26, College View
Station, Lincoln, Nebr.
Executive Committee: F. A. Mote,
C. M. Babcock, D. C. Butherus, Eric Officers:
S. Dillett, C. R. Harrison, R. W. President, W. H. Howard.
Numbers, H. H. Sheddy, H. G. Turner, Secretary-Treasurer, L. R. Alexander.
P. L Williams
Executive Committee: W. H. Howard,
Departmental Secretaries: L. R. Alexander, I. F. Blue, B. G.
Book and Bible House, C. F. Lee. Butherus, A. A. Dirksen, Henry John-
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Temper- son, Dunbar Smith, G. A. Williams,
ance, D. C. Butherus. E. W. Wolfe.
Field Missionary, J. R. McWilliam ;
Associate, Esther Lindsio. Departmental Secretaries:
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Book and Bible House, R. M. Milne.
Radio, J. H. McEachern. Educational and Y. P. M. V., T. S.
Religious Liberty, F. A. Mote. Copeland.
Ordained Ministers: Field Missionary, L. E. Loomer.
Home Missionary and Sabbath Sehool,
C. M. Babcock, D. C. Butherus, E. S. Elmer E. Hagen.
Dillett, C. R. Harrison, J. H. McEach- Religious Liberty, G. A. Williams.
COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE 31

Ordained Ministers: Departmental Secretaries:


B. G. Butherus, T. S. Copeland, A. A. Book and Bible House, H. D. John-
Dirksen, L. V. Grunke, A. E. Hagen, son.
W. H. Howard, H. D. Jeffries, P. W. Field Missionary and Home Mission-
McDaniels, R. M. Milne, D. W. Smith, ary, Kenneth Wenberg.
H. R. Turner, D. E. Venden, Jesse J. Sabbath School, Mrs. E. H. Oswald.
Williamson, E. W. Wolfe, M. A. Wy-
man. Ordained Ministers:
J. A. Estey, J. E. Frick, D. F.
Licensed Ministers: Haynes, E. H. Oswald.
L. R. Alexander, R. C. Barger, Wayne
Baysinger, J. E. Chase, Elmer E. Licensed Ministers:
Hagen, R. R. Henneberg, L. E. L. A. Baughman, Gideon Haas, Harry
Loomer, Ronald Stretter, Carroll D. Johnson, W. H. Ludwig, Kenneth
Westermyer. Wenberg.
Honorary: G. A. Williams. Honorary: L. G. Beans.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionary:
V. E. Bascom. Licensed Missionary: Mrs. E. H. Os-
wald.
Bible Instructor: Phyllis Ray.
Church School Teachers:
Church School Teachers: Vera Beall, Mrs. L. G. Beans, Mrs.
Mrs. 0. Atkins, Mrs. E. Burley, J. A. Estey, Alyce Lucille Mills, Nel-
Velma Campbell, Dorothy Clark, Mrs. lie Wetzel.
Genevieve Comer, Davida Hale, Helen
Hyatt, F. C. Neisner, Gaines Part-
ridge, Rhoda Pedersen, Maurine Pet-
erson, Frances Stoddard, Mrs. Ed. INSTITUTIONS IN THE CENTRAL
Wines. UNION CONFERENCE
Legal Assn.: "Nebraska Conference As- Educational:
sociation of the Seventh-day Advent-
ists." Campion Academy, Loveland, Colo.
Enterprise Academy, Enterprise,
Kans.
Shelton Academy, Shelton, Nebr.
WYOMING MISSION Union College, College View Station,
Organized 1926 Lincoln 6, Nebr.
Union College Academy, College View
Territory: State of Wyoming. Station, Lincoln 6, Nebr.
Population: 250,742 ; churches, 18 ; Publishing:
members, 920. Christian Record Benevolent Assn.,
Office: 425 W. 12th St., 'Casper, Wyo. 3705 S. 48th St., Lincoln 6, Nebr.
(Telephone, 1053.) Pacific Press Pub. Assn. Branch, 2608
Farnam St., Omaha 2, Nebr.
Officers:
Superintendent, E. H. Oswald. Sanitariums:
Secretary Treasurer, H. D. Johnson. Boulder-Colorado Sanitarium, Boul-
Executive Committee: E. H. Oswald, der, Colo.
J. A. Estey, H. D. Johnson, K. D. Porter Sanitarium and Hospital, 2626
Johnson, T. M. Nelson. S. Downing St., Denver 10, Colo.

COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1907

Territory: The States of Delaware, Office: 900 Carroll Ave., Takoma Park,
Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Penn- D. C. (Telephone, Sligo 3162.)
sylvania, Virginia, and West Vir- Officers:
ginia, and the District of Columbia,
comprising the Conferences of Chesa- President, F. H. Robbins.
peake, East Pennsylvania, New Jer- Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, C. H.
sey. Ohio, Potomac, West Pennsyl- Kelly.
vania, and West Virginia. Executive Committee: F. H. Robbins,
Population: 28,298,544 ; churches, 343 : R. L. Boothby, S. L. Clark, J. C.
members, 23,847. Holland, R. A. Hare, C. H. Kelly,
32 COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE

J. P. Neff, J. D. Snider, C. P. Soren- nice Loasby, J. H. Nies, Grace M.


sen, J. H. Wagner, B. G. Wilkinson, Parker, Elisabeth Redelstein, R. L.
and the presidents of conferences in Runk, Maria Saunders, Helen Shull,
the Union. Josephine Walworth Furness.
Departmental Secretaries: Publishing
Educational, J. P. Neff. Lora Clement.
Field Missionary, S. L. Clark ; Maga-
zine Sales Director, Mrs. L. Holbert. General
Sabbath School and Home Mission- Elizabeth Fickes, Mrs. L. Holbert,
ary, J. C. Holland. Mrs. C. C. Lewis, Edna Matz, Mrs.
Religious Liberty, F. H. Robbins As- Mabel Meinhardt, Mrs. A. J. Rob-
sociate, W. H. Hackett. bins, Mrs. W. A. Scharffenberg.
Y. P. M. V., C. P. Sorensen.
Counsellors on War Service Problems, Legal Association: "Columbia Union
C. P. Sorenson and J. D. Haynes.. Conference Association of Seventh-
Colored Representative, J. H. Wag- day Adventists."
ner.
Ordained Ministers:
R. L. Boothby, A. E. Coyne, R. A.
Hare, J. C. Holland, J. M. Jackson, CHESAPEAKE CONFERENCE
Frederick Lee, J. D. Haynes, F. D.
Nichol, A. J. Robbins, F. H. Robbins, Organized 1890
R. H. Rulkoetter, J. H. Shultz, C. P. Territory: The States of Delaware and
Sorensen. Maryland, except the Counties of Al-
Honorary: T. E. Bowen, E. W. Carey, leghany, Garrett, and Montgomery, in
F. L. Chaney, A. N. Durrant, C. C. Maryland ; and including the Counties
Ellis, C. T. Everson, T. M. French, of Berkeley, Jefferson, and Morgan,
J. P. Gaede, H. G. Gauker, Peter in West Virginia, and Accomac and
Hafenmayr, J. G. Hanna, G. W. Hol- Northampton, in Virginia.
man, G. W. Lawrence, J. B. Mallory,
B. E. Manuel, J. J. Marietta, Population: 1,939,567 ; churches, 33 ;
B. E. Miller, C. E. Overstreet, U. D. members, 2,424.
Pickard, J. H. Schilling, W. H. Se- Office: 24 Fusting Ave., Baltimore 28,
bastian, W. J. Shafer, J. W. Shultz, Md. (Telephone, Gilmor 3840.)
R. M. Spencer, William Steele, C. L.
Stone, J. S. Washburn, C. C. Webster, Officers:
G. L. West, C. L. White, J. H. Wierts, President, C. V. Leach.
B. A. Wolcott. Secretary-Treasurer, N. C. Van Horn.
Licensed Ministers: Executive Committee: C. V. Leach,
Warren F. Adams, Ernest U. Ayers, L. H. Bland, S. A. Kotz, C. B. New-
D. A. Bailey, Henry S. Brown, S. myer, C. Quackenbush, W. E.
Strother, N. C. Van Horn.
L. Clark, P. T. Gibbs, L. W. Gra-
ham, C. H. Kelly, Harold Lawhead, Departmental Secretaries:
J. P. Neff, W. M. Ost, C. E. Palmer, Book and Bible House, H. W. Bricker.
C. C. Pulver, C. N. Rees, E. L. Rich- Educational and Y. P. M. V., H. E.
mond, F. 0. Rittenhouse, J. D. Snider, Metcalfe.
Paul V. Starr, M. R. Thurber, S. W. Field Missionary, C. F. Circle; As-
Tymeson, Mary Walsh. sistants, Mrs. Juanita Jones, Mrs.
Honorary: C. E. Reichenbaugh, F. W. Rhoda Matthews.
Schmehl, 0. C. Weller. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Religious Liberty, C. V. Leach.
Educational Ordained Ministers:
E. C. Blue, D. M. Brown, P. deF. L. H. Bland, George Butler, W. L.
Henderson, C. T. Jones, R. K. Nel- Cheatham, E. L. Hanson, C. V.
son, W. J. McComb, C. E. Murphy, Leach, C. B. Newmyer, J. E. Patz-
J. W. Peeke, Freeman Quimby, L. G. kowski, W. R. Riston, W. F. Schmidt.
Small, C. B. Smith, T. G. Weis, W.
L. Whitson, W. H. Wood. Licensed Ministers:
Medical R. C. Brown, H. W. Bricker, C. F.
Circle, David G. Fleagle, R. E. Gib-
P. L. Baker, Mrs. Elizabeth Chap- son, John S. Greene, Jr., Daniel S.
man, Myrta Cornor, Mrs. Waive Harris, H. E. Metcalfe, Harold Met-
Green, Mrs. Leah. M. Griffee, Metta calf, Paul Pflaumer, Curtis Quacken-
Hudson, Emma Hughes, Mrs. A. Bere- bush.
COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE 33

Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Ordained Ministers:


Mrs. Virginia Cummins, H. Ray F. L. Bland, C. L. Blandford, E. E.
Doyle, Mrs. Juanita Jones, Mrs. Carman, R. B. Clapp, J. A. Dominski,
Rhoda Matthews, N. C. Van Horn. C. R. Gibbs, A. D. Haynal, W. C.
Jensen, L. 11. King, J. G. Mitchell,
Bible Instructors: W. C. Moffett, Arva Nickless, G. F.
Mary 13ierly, Julia Cooper, Mrs. Anita Theiss, H. R. Veach, H. W. Walker,
Mauldin, Ruth Toms. Pauline Wen- Dallas Youngs.
dell, Mrs. Edna Wright. Honorary: C. S. Baum, J. Z. Hottel.
Church School Teachers: Licensed Ministers:
Marjorie Bland, Dorothy Boyer, Mrs. William Aprile, C. H. Boyts, Donald
Frank Byrd, Verena DuLaney, Mil- R. Christman, Mrs. Jessie W. Curtis,
dred Evelyn, Mrs. Florence Gustaf- 0. S. Hershberger, Oliver L. Jacques,
son, Edwin Harkins, Vivian Hill, W. H. Jones, L. E. Rafferty, Kenneth
Mrs. Lillian A. Hill, Ruby Ingle, Lois Tilghman, H. A. Toms, P. C. Winley.
Lank, 0. J. Lawrence, Garnette
Mowry, Mrs. Lillian Pinkney, Jona- Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
than Roach, Sybil Sheets, Matthew Grace Black, Margaret Kadel, Carol
W. Simpson, Lillian Snook, Irma King. Mrs. Sybil M. King, Isabel
Storey, Anna Tucker, Violette White, Nickless, Frances Pierce.
Leslie A. Wildes, Mrs. Ethel Wildes. Honorary: Sadie Baker, Mrs. Lydia
Legal Assn.: "Chesapeake Conference Rester.
Association of Seventh-day Advent-
ists." Bible Instructors:
Board of Trustees: C. V. Leech, L. Pearl Gillis, Lilla Morati, Mrs. Gert-
H. Bland, S. A. Kotz, C. B. New- rude Resseguie.
meyer, C. Quackenbush, W. E.
Strother, N. C. Van Horn. Church School Teachers:
Mrs. E. E. Carman, Eldon Carman,
Mrs. Stella Chisholm, Rose DeBene-
detto, Mrs. Mabel Dominski, Mrs. El-
EAST PENNSYLVANIA CON- sie Evans, Mrs. W. C. Jensen, Anna
Kwapinski, Audrey Lee, Mrs. Amos
FERENCE Miller, Mrs. J. G. Mitchell, Viola
Organized in 1903, out of territory com- Mohn, Mildred Quick, Carolyn Shobe,
prising the Pennsylvania Conference, Violet Wiles.
which was organized in 1879. Legal Assn.: "The East Pennsylvania
Territory: That portion of Pennsylvania Conference Association of Seventh-
lying east of the eastern line of day Adventists, Inc."
Potter, Clinton, Center, Mifflin, Hunt-
ingdon, and Fulton Counties.
NEW JERSEY CONFERENCE
Population: 5,760,463 ; churches, 59 ;
members, 3,426. Organized 1902
Office: 1701 Conlyn St., Philadelphia, Territory: The State of New Jersey.
Pa. (Phone, Hancock 4000.) Population: 4,160,165 ; churches, 48 ;
Officers: members, 2,649.
President, L. H. King. Office: 1574 Brunswick Ave., Trenton 9,
Secretary-Treasurer, W. 11. Jones. N. J. (Telephone, 2-3919.)
Executive Committee: L. H. King, Officers:
F. L. Bland, E. E. Carman, Harry
Detwiler, C. R. Gibbs, W. H. Jones, President, M. G. Conger.
J. G. Mitchell, John Shirley, Dallas Secretary-Treasurer, W. F. Miller.
Youngs. Executive Committee: M. G. Conger,
H. J. Adams, M. S. Banfield, W. G.
Departmental Secretaries: Gibson, W. F. Miller, G. B. Suhrie.
Book and Bible House, C. H. Boyts.
Educational and Home Missionary, Departmental Secretaries:
0. S. Hershberger, Book and Bible House, W. M. Nos-
Field Missionary, Arva Nickless ; As- worthy.
sistants, Kenneth Tilghman, P. C. Educational, Eloise F. Williams.
- Winley. Field Missionary, C. A. Dornburg ;
Religious Liberty, L. H. King. Assistant, J. R. Britt.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Mrs. Sybil M. King. C. R. French.
2
34 COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE

Medical, Genevieve Joy Ubbink. Educational and Y. P. M. V., H.R.


Religious Liberty. M. G. Cdnger. Nelson.
Y. P. M. V., Temperance, and Pub- Field Missionary, F. E. Thumwood
licity, W. S. Johnson. Assistants, Louis Brantley, James
Curry, Mrs. H. C. Lilley.
Ordained Ministers: Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
H. J. Alcock, M. S. Banfield, Henry Radio, Anol Grundset.
Berg, M. G. Conger, Joseph Dobias, Religious Liberty, W. M. Robbins.
Andrew C. Fearing, W. G. Gibson,
A. E. Hoist. S. B. Huddleston, W. S. Ordained Ministers:
Johnson, A. D. Nagy, J. L. Neil, 0. Carl Bruck, 0. L. Denslow, R. F.
J. Nerlund, J. C Oswald, Stephen Farley, B. P. Gernet, Anol Grundset,
Paully R. B. Hill, J. M. Hoffman, J. W.
Licensed Ministers: Kasa, J. H. Laurence, E. H. Lehnhoff,
T. A. McCoy, M. L. Mills, C. C. Mor-
Enok Andersen, J. R. Britt, S. W.
Burrows, C. A. Dornburg, C. R. ris, Calvin Osborn, F. C. Phipps, W.
French, J. 0. McLeod, W. F. Miller, M. Robbins, Joseph Spicer, T. W.
Thirlwell, U. S. Willis.
B. K. Mills, V. D. Rees, A. F. Rey-
nolds, D. S. Robbins, Ralph Simpson, Honorary: N. J. Michals, J. F. Olm-
J. A. Terzo, E. I. Watson, H. W. sted, L. A. Spring.
Wolcott.
Licensed Ministers:
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
R. G. Burchfield, Charles Dornburg,
Laura K rater, Norma J. Lombard,
Mrs. Mattie Mae McLeod, W. M. Nos- H. L. Gray, E. F. Herzel, L. R.
Hoist, J. Paul Laurence, Siegfried K.
worthy, Esther Petty, Eloise F. Wil-
liams. Lehnhoff, George Liscombe, E. J. Mc-
Murphy, H. R. Nelson, Earl Robbins,
Bible Instructor: Elvira Mason. D. H. Schmehl, E. H. Schneider,
Church School Teachers: Floyd Smith, Robert Spangler, G. L.
Stauffer, D. V. Steinman, D. S. Te-
Florence Elder, Hattie K. Hand, Ag- ters, F. E. Thumwood, A. E. Wade,
nes Hill, Elizabeth Hudak, Edith Jen- F. C. Webster, Jr., C. E. Welch, E.
nings, Sarita Lochstamphfor, Lena F. Willett.
Massaracchia, Frances A. Miller,
Elizabeth Montfort, Kathryn Moss, Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Grace M. Ryles, R. L. Ryles, Naomi
Shelton. Hattie L. Thompson, Mar- Educational
garet Van Buskirk, Henrietta Vernal G. H. Boger, Mrs. G. H. Boger,
Lillian Whitfield. Esther Bruck, D. Robert Edwards,
Legal Assn.: "New Jersey Conference Mrs. Margaret Plymire, L. J. Smith,
Association of Seventh-day Advent- Mrs. L. J. Smith, Robert B. Wheeler,
ists." Mrs. Maude M. Wolfe.
General
Louis Brantley, Jean Burdette, Mabel
OHIO CONFERENCE Colby, Mrs. E. R. Corder, Ruth Cor-
Organized 1863 der, James Curry, D. J. Dixon, II. C.
Lilley, Mrs. H. C. Lilley, Frances
Territory: The State of Ohio. Penn, Vera Skeever, Ethel West.
Population: 6,907,612; churches, 87; Bible Instructors:
members, 6,122.
M. Carolyn Berger, Mrs. Verna Bretz,
Office Address: 111 S. Mulberry St., Margaret Cosby, Pauline Flint, Cora
Mt. Vernon, Ohio. (Telephone 1175.) Gibson, Lillian Halstead, Lawrence
Postal Address: Box 831, Mt. Vernon, Jones, Lillie Kraft, Alf rida Larson,
Ohio. Mrs. Rose Lindsey, Nellie McDowell,
Officers: Helen Oldham, Mrs. Hazel Perkins.
President. W. M. Robbins. Church School Teachers:
Secretary-Treasurer, E. F. Willett. Mrs. Mabel Baker, Lorraine Edmond,
Executive Committee: W. M. Robbins, Julia Edson, Lorraine Fankhouser,
0. L. Denslow, N. J. Michals, M. L. Anna Farley, L. J. Fritz, Mrs. L. J.
Mills, C. C. Morris, F. C. Phipps, Fritz, Lottie Gibson, Emeth Giddings,
D. S. Teters, T. W. Thirlwell, E. F. Dorothy Gray, Mrs. Leo Hadley, Mrs.
Willett. Eldon Hawkins, Mildred Hilderbrandt,
Nina Hunt, Pearl Kattelman, Minnie
Departmental Secretaries: Kiehl, Raymond Kraft, Bertha Laugh-
Book and Bible House, R. G. Burch- lin, H. W. Laurence, Irad Levering,
field. Mrs. Irad Levering, Fern Losie, Ruth
COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE 35

Jane McClead, Mrs. E. J. McMurphy, C. H. Spurgeon, R. A. Tyson, R. L.


Josephine, McQuerry, Pearl Meese, Vaughn, George Wargo, C. F. Wilson,
Bernice Pittman, Mrs. Hurley Phil- W. M. Wilson, C. E. Winter.
lips, Mrs. F. C. Phillips, Catherine Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Shepard, Ethel Smith, Mae Stebbins,
Dorothea Traub, Genevieve Vitrano, Educational
Arvis Wiggins, Arthur Workman, Alice Davis, Mrs. Pearl Deiter, Ethel
Helen Yingling. Eitel, H. A. Habenicht, Mercedes
Legal Association: "The Ohio Confer- Habenicht, Jean Hannah, Mrs. W. C.
ence Association of the Seventh-day Hannah, J. A. Lauer, LaVeta Payne,
Adventist Church." President, W. W. V. Smith. .
M. Robbins; Secretary, E. F. Willett. General
Mrs. Vesta Adams, E, S. Knecht,
POTOMAC CONFERENCE Evelyn Konowal, W. -B. Mohr/ Mrs.
Lola Spencer, Freda Teis.
Organized 1924 Bible Instructors:
Territory: The State of Virginia, except Hazel Brent, Maud Crump. Martha
Accomac and Northampton Counties ; Ferree, Vinnie L. Goodner, Mrs. Giles
the District of Columbia ; and that N. Roberts, Mary Saxton.
portion of Prince Georges County,
Maryland, within five miles of the Church School Teachers:
District line; and Montgomery County, Mrs. Cosby Banner, Dallas Barr, Mrs.
Maryland. Dallas Barr, Mrs. Mae Bradley, Mrs.
Population: 3,434,613 ; churches, 55; Doris Brown, Adelaide Christian,
members, 6,082. Walter A. Connell, Sylvia Davis.
Annabelle Eshenko, Mrs. Sara Fred-
Office: 411 Cedar St., Takoma Park, erick, Mrs. R. S. Fries, Mrs. A.
Washington 12, D. C. (Telephone 0. Hiebert, Gertrude Jonash, Elsie
Georgia 5791 and 5792.) Katcher, Mrs. E. R. King, Janice
Officers: Klady, Flora Mann, Mildred Martin.
Mrs. Grace Meade, Velma Midghall,
President, H. J. Detwiler. Mae Painter, Mrs. Anne Peeke, Mrs.
Secretary-Treasurer, W. B. Mohr. Elsie Pohle, Theresa Richardson, Mrs.
Executive. Committee: H. J. Detwiler, Alice Robinson, Mrs. Kathryn Row-
L. W. Graham, W. C. Hannah, W. B. land, Elizabeth Saunders, Carl Sha-
Mohr, H. A. Morrison, J. L. Price, fer, Mrs. Velma Shafer, Thoma,
C. J. Coon, G. S. Rapp, A. B. Rus- Stottlemyer, Mrs. Thomas Stottle.
sell. myer, Louise Stuart, Mrs. Miriam
Departmental Secretaries: Tymeson, Irene Walker, Mrs. W. T.
Book and Bible House, E. S. Knecht. Weaver, Vesta Webster.
Educational and Sabbath School, Legal Associations: "Potomac Confer-
A. 0. Dart. ence Corporation of Seventh-day Ad-
Field Missionary, W. H. Atherly. ventists." Also, "District of Colum
Home Missionary and Y.- P. M. V., bia Conference Corporation of Sev-
J. E. Edwards. enth-day Adventists," and "Virginia
Religious Liberty. H. J. Detwiler. Conference Agency of Seventh-day
Temperance, J. E. Edwards. Adventists."
Ordained Ministers: Colored Department
N. S. Ashton, C. J. Coon, A. 0. Dart, Committee: H. J. Detwiler, T. M.
H. J. Detwiler, J. E. Edwards, E. H. Fountain, W. B. Mohr, L. J. Pryor.
Emmerson, G. R. Finley, Vernon Departmental Secretary:
Flory, R. S. Fries, R. E. Griffin, E. Asst. Field Missionary: H. D. Warner.
F. Koch, A. D. Livengood, J. W.
MacNeil, P. W. Manuel, Russell Ordained Ministers:
Quackenbush, G. S. Rapp, A. B. Rus- I. A. Christian, T. M. Fountain, L. J
sell, J. E. Shultz, J. H. Smith, H. P. Pryor, W. R. Robinson, F. B. Slater
Waldo, W. T. Weaver, R. F. Woods. Licensed Ministers:
Licensed Ministers: J. H. Lester, H. D. Warner.
W. H. Atherly, E. H. Capman, W. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
H. Coffman, R. F. Correia, K. S. Cro-
foot, P. G. Crestakos, H. R. Cullen, Educational
H. M. Dukes, H. T. French, F. E. Mrs. Martha Bell, Athalie Shandy
Froom, W. C. Hannah, W. E. Haase, Marian Stafford, Ruth Wrenn.
E. F. Hodde, F. D. Horton, M. E.
Kemmerer, L. R. Mansell, D. B. My- Bible Instructors:
ers, Giles N. Roberts, H. E. Ruckle, Geneva McDonald, Ethel Nell.

36 COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE

WEST PENNSYLVANIA CON- Legal Association: "West Pennsylvania


FERENCE Conference Association of Seventh-
day Adventists."
Organized 1903

Territory: All of Pennsylvania lying WEST VIRGINIA CONFERENCE


west of the easterly line of Potter, Organized 1887
Clinton, Center, Mifflin, Huntingdon,
and Fulton Counties. Territory: The State of West Virginia,
except the Counties of Morgan, Ber-
Population: 4,139,717; churches, 42; keley, and Jefferson, and including
members, 2,014. the Counties of Garrett and Allegany
in Maryland.
Office: 744 N. Negley Ave., Pittsburgh
6, Pa. Population: 1,956,407 ; churches, 19 ;
members, 1,130.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 5092, East Office: 1455 Seventh St., Parkersburg,
Liberty Station, Pittsburgh, Pa. W. Va. (Telephone, 394.)
Officers: Officers:
President, M. E. Loewen. President, W. B. Hill.
Secretary-Treasurer, H. E. Garrarde. Secretary-Treasurer, C. M. Paden.
Executive Committee: M. E. Loewen, Executive Committee: W. B. Hill,
S. 0. Cherry, F. S. Fowler, H. E. M. H. Burkholder, A. E. Cavender,
Garrarde, E. H. Swanson, E. A. Wil- L. V. Finster, C. M. Paden, L. L.
liams. Philpott, K. H. Wood, Jr.
Departmental Secretaries: Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House: C. J. Sumner. Book and Bible House, Hazel Griggs.
Educational and Sabbath School, Er- Educational, W. B. Hill.
nestine R. Hochschorner. Field Missionary, L. A. Ward.
Field Missionary, Roger Van Arsdell. Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V., Y. P. M. V., H. E. Voorhees.
L. G. Cornelius.
Religious Liberty, M. E. Loewen. Ordained Ministers:
Ordained Ministers: L. V. Finster, W. B. Hill, E. E. Rus-
sell, L. L. Philpott, W. A. Thomp-
Monroe A. Burgess, 0. G. Carnes, son, K. H. Wood, Jr.
Franklin S. Fowler, M. E. Loewen,
M. W. Sickler, E. H. Swanson, An- Licensed Ministers:
drew Yakush.
A. J. Hirsch, Ralph Logan, A. C.
Licensed Ministers: Marple, C. M. Paden, H. E. Voorhees.
C. P. Anderson, L. G. Cornelius, H. Bible Instructor: Jessie Welsh.
E. Garrarde, J. R. Johnson, A. Ray
Nomliffe, R. Ruffin, F. J. Strunk, C. Church School Teachers:
J. Sumner, Roger Van Arsdell. Wal- Mrs. G. L. Bee, Mrs. 0. S. Harrell,
lace L. Wellman, H. L. Yates. Jacquelyn Taylor, Alpha Varney, Mrs.
Mary Varney.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Legal Association: "Seventh-day Ad-
Martha Everett, Mrs. A. C. Fearing, ventist Book Society."
Ernestine Hochschorner, Thelma
Pangborn, Mrs. Wallace L. Wellman,
Helen Wheeler.
INSTITUTIONS IN THE COLUMBIA
Bible Instructors: UNION CONFERENCE
Myrtle Bateman, Louise Cherry, Ber- Educational:
nice Park.
Home Study Institute, Takoma Park,
Church School Teachers: Washington 12, D. C.
Mt. Vernon Academy, Mt. Vernon,
Mrs. Roscoe Bartlett, Mrs. Bertha L. Ohio.
Coppock, Nannie Davis, Mrs. William Philadelphia Academy, 3256 German-
Davis, Frances Dingee, Alexandra town Ave., Philadelphia 40, Pa.
Hamilton, M. J. Harvey, Mrs. Isabella Plainfield Academy, 622 W. 8th St.,
Taylor. Plainfield. N. J.
LAKE UNION CONFERENCE 37

Seventh-day Adventist Theological Publishing:


Seminary, Takoma Park, Washing- Review and Herald Publishing Assn.,
ton 12. D. C. Takoma Park, Washington 12, D. C.
Shenandoah Valley Academy, New
Market, Va. Sanitarium:
Takoma Academy, Takoma Park, Washington Sanitarium,Takoma Park,
Washington 12, D. C. Washington 12, D. C.
Washington Missionary College, Ta-
koma Park, Washington 12, D. C. Dispensary:
Washington Union Academy, 624 Washington Mission Hospital Dispen-
Eighth St.. N. E., Washington, sary, 1262-6th St., S. W., Wash-
D. C. ington, D. C.

LAKE UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1901

Territory: The States of Illinois, In- F. E. Ferris, R. U. Garrett, C. M.


diana, Michigan, and Wisconsin, Gruesbeck, F. W. Halladay, W. H.
comprising the Conferences of Illi- Hanhardt, F. H. Henderson, J. W.
nois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wis- Hirlinger, Thomas F. Hubbard, J. J.
consin. Irwin, J. V. Maas, K. A. Offerman,
J. F. Piper, S. T. Shadel, Lyle Shep-
Population: 19,718,730 ; churches, 388 ; ard, P. E. Sheppler, Fred Stebbeds,
members, 26,479. J. C. Stotz, W. E. Videto, W. B.
White.
Office Address: Box C, Berrien Springs,
Mich. (Telephone, 4321.) Licensed Ministers:
Officers: E. A. Brooks, V. H. Campbell, P. R.
President, Jay J. Nethery. Cone, P. M. Foster, B. L. Grundset,
Secretary-Treasurer, R. M. Harrison. H. F. Halenz, H. B. Hannum, R. M.
Auditor, H. P. Bloum. Harrison, Glenn Houck. A. W. John-
son, T. R. Lukens, B. C. Marshall.
Executive Committee: Jay J. Nethery, H. 0. McCumber, B. H. Phipps, E. D.
T. G. Bunch, R. M. Harrison, W. A. Ryden, J. L. Thompson, Verne Thomp-
Higgins, L. N. Holm, A. W. Johnson, son, H. M. Tippett, G. E. Vandeman,
C. S. Joyce, H. W. Kibble, L. E. Len- C. L. Woods.
helm, V. P. Lovell, T. E. Lucas, T.
R. Lukens, B. C. Marshall, T. E. Honorary: T. M. Butler, A. W. Hal-
Unruh, S. E. Wight, and the presi- lock, Karl Mattson, H. R. Stearns.
dents of the conferences comprising
the Lake Union Conference. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Departmental Secretaries: Educational
Educational, V. P. Lovell.
Field Missionary, W. A. Higgins. V. E. Adams, Louise Ambs, Earl
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Beaty, Anna L. Blackney, Mrs. E. A.
C. S. Joyce. Brooks, Mrs. Leona Burman, C. F.
Religious Liberty, Jay J. Nethery. Calkins, Mabel Cassell, Rachel Christ-
Y. P. M. V., Temperance, and Coun- man Abbie Culbert. Ella Edwards, J.
sellor on War Service Problems, J. Hafner, Marjorie Hamp, Beatrice
T. E. Lucas. Holquist, L. J. Jensen, E. S. Kyle,
Grace Maas, R. B. MacMorland, Mrs.
Colored, H. W. Kibble.
Wanda MacMorland; 0. H. Maxson,
Ordained Ministers: Helen Miriam, Mrs. Arabella Moore.
R. E. Oxley, J. E. Riffel, George
W. A. Higgins, L. N. Holm, C. S. Shultz, Leslie Smith, Bernice Webber,
Joyce, V. P. Lovell, T. E. Lucas, G. M. W. H. Wohiers.
Matthews, A. N. Nelson, Jay J.
Nethery, W. E. Straw. E. R. Thiele. Medical
Honorary: H. P. Anderson, Ilija James Barclay, Mrs. V. Bowman, Mrs.
Belich, J. B. Blosser, H. E. Edwards, Jane Boyd, Maxine Brown, V. Carle-
38 LAKE UNION CONFERENCE

ton, Louise Chatfield, Wayne Davis, Postal Address: Box 29, Brookfield, Ill.
Mrs. Daisee Donnell, Mrs. Dudley, (Telephone, Brookfield 6100.)
Mrs. Ethel Earwood, Geneva Erick-
son, J. W. Finley, C. I. Flyte, Myrtle Officers:
Foreman, Mrs. Grace Golden, Mrs. D.
Graff, Ed. Graff, Fred Griesman, Mrs. President, L. E. Lenheim.
Rose Hagle, Lela Harper, Ruth Heise], Secretary-Treasurer, E. L. Green.
Mrs. Helen Herwehe, Pearl Rowing- Executive Committee: L. E. Lenheim,
ton, Marion Hosted, John Jensen, Mrs. F. F. Bush, J. C. Christenson, 0. J.
Anna Johnston, V. V. Johnston, R. Dahl, E. L. Green, H. W. Kibble,
A. Karlson, Mrs. R. A. Karlson, Mrs. J. R. Purdy, R. J. Winders.
Elsie Kivett, Amy Klose, A. R. Klug,
Gloria Lafferty, Mrs. Bertie Lane. F. Departmental Secretaries:
E. Lane, William Lane, Veda Leather-
bury, Marjorie Maas. American Temperance Society, Home
Erma McLean, Elsie Mead, M. F. Missionary, and Sabbath School, J.
Mead, Mrs. M. F. Mead, Mrs. Rachel C. Christenson.
Meadows, Mrs. S. Merritt, Lois Mil- Book and Bible House, C. B. Burgess.
ler, Ida Misenko, Shirley Morrow, Educational and Y. P. M. V., R. A.
Lena Nelson, Anna Pedersen, L. E. Nesmith.
Petersen, Mrs. L. E. Petersen, Stella Field Missionary, R. G. Campbell.
Petersen, George Petschke, Mm. Gert- Religious Liberty, L. E. Lenheim.
rude Reffett, Arnie Roberts, Mrs. Jack Ordained Ministers:
Robinson, Mrs. Jean Rollins, Wesley
Rollins, Asabel Rust, Mrs. Asabel F. W. Avery, E. C. Banks, W. 0.
Rust, Angeline Sem avelos, Edna Berry, F. F. Bush, R. G. Campbell,
Shelborg, Mrs. Jean Shermeta, Doris Anthony Catalano, J. C. Christenson,
Smith, Vera Sweeten, Jessie Tupper, 0. J. Dahl, J. A. Dewald, H. M.
Lillian Unterseher, Olivia Unterseher. Kelley, H. W. Kibble, T. J.
E. Walker. Oral Watson, Mrs. Opal Kroeger, Kurt Kurz, L. E. Lenheim,
Whitlow, Evelyn Wiik, Mrs. Maxine A. 0. Lund, Glenn Millard, E. H.
Wilson, Mrs. Shirley Wolfer. Gyneth Moldrzyk, R. A. Nesmith, W. P. Ort-
Wood, Mrs. Kathryn Wood, Mrs. Al- ner, Alexander Pietrasz, B. E. Schaff-
berta Wynn, Mrs. William Wynn. ner, H. H. Schmidt, L. R. Scott, M.
N. Skadsheim, Gabriel Varga, R. W.
General Wentland, R. J. Winders.
Frances Bartlett, H. P. Bloum, Mil- Licensed Ministers:
dred Dessain. Harold Calkins, D. V. Cowin, E. L.
Honorary: Mrs. Ida V. Hadley, Sue Green, J. Parker Laurence, Leonard
Jones, Frank Hiner. J. Marsa, Edward Nachreiner, Clar-
ence T. Richards, C. J. Smith, F. E.
Legal Associations: "Lake Union Con- Vansickle.
ference Association of Seventh-day
Adventists." "Indiana Medical Mis- Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
sionary and Benevolent Association."
Jay J. Nethery, President; S. E. Educational
Wight, Vice-President; R. M. Har-
rison, Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. James 0. Ferris, Philip Giddings,
Mrs. Philip Gidlings, Julia Goss,
The James White Memorial Home, Marybelle Hoffman, N. R. Hallock,
Plainwell, Mich., established 1898 ; A. N. Johnson, Sarah Kramer, Ruth
Jay J. Nethery, President; T. G., Nelson, Robert Richardson, W. A.
Bunch, Vice-President; R. M. Harri- Schram, Iris Shelton, J. B. Silviera,
son, Secretary-Treasurer. C.- R. Smith, Ellenor Summerton, H.
Lee Taylor, Ruth Weist.
General
C. B. Burgess, Muriel Franklin, Flor-
ILLINOIS CONFERENCE ence Hall, Mrs. Ruth Jamieson, Ade-
line Kleist, Beulah Krivoshein, Mrs.
Organized 1931 Rose Oblander, P. 114. Vixie, W. C.
Whitten, C. M. Willis.
Territory: The State of Illinois.
Bible Instructors:
Population: 7.897,241 ; churches, 72 ;
members, 5,606. Josephine Dunn, Jody Ketterman,
Mrs, Ella Leuenberger, Louise Mat-
Office: Pacific P:ess Bldg., Brookfield, tausch, Inis. Morey, Mrs. Celia Mc-
Ill. Alister, Mrs. Lula Young.
LAKE UNION CONFERENCE 39

Church School Teachers: ard A. Mitchell, A. E. Mobley,


Orren W. Bacheller, Mrs. Orren W. W. A. Petersen, Forrest Skaggs, C.
Bacheller, Fern Baird, Alma Baker, H. Smith, Elbert Tyson, Jr., A. L.
Adriel Chilson, Mrs. J. C. Christen- Watt.
son, Mrs. Cecil Conquest, Ruby Deede, Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Doris Lawrence, Mrs. Mae Lemmon,
Virginia Mott, Mrs. Belle Payne, Educational
Goldie Pettres, Esther Pittman, Mrs. Miriam Foreman, Grant Guth, Mrs.
Edith Sackett, Mrs. B. E. Schaffner, Grant Guth, Alice Mae Hadden, Mrs.
Mary Sherman, Mrs. C. E. Thompson, A. L. Watt, Clark Willison, Mrs. John
Frank Wallstrom, Mrs. Frank Wall- Wohlers.
strom, Mrs. Fred Welty.
General
Legal Associations: "Illinois Conference
Mrs. Harry Hannah, Jr., Mrs. Mary
Association of Seventh-day Advent-
ists" and "Chicago Conference Asso- Keller, Mrs. Louvenia Mitchell, Lela
ciation of Seventh-day Adventists." Pierce, Dorothy Smith.
Bible Instructors:
Mrs. Edith Cross, Mary Kent.
INDIANA CONFERENCE Church School Teachers:
Organized 1872 Doris Allen, Irene Amen, Inez Bird,
Viola Boat, Violet Burris, Marjorie
Territory: The State of Indiana. Butler, Ruby Cartwright, Lucile Car-
lin, Dorotha Case, Mrs. Addie Collins-
Population: 3,427,796; churches, 79; worth, Mrs. Francis Gardner, Eda
members, 4,529. Goldberg.
Office: 3266 North Meridian St., In- Mrs. C. D. Henri, Lois Jensen, Lil-
dianapolis 7, Ind. (Telephone, Wa- lian Keller, Rosemary Lackey, Lizzie
bash 4571.) Longware, Verla McDuffy, Mrs. R. R.
Price, Effie Rogan, Louise Schultz,
Officers: Dorothy Sherman, Mrs. C. A. Van
President, S. E. Wight. Fossen.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. E. Mobley. Legal Association: "The Indiana Asso-
Executive Committee: S. E. Wight, ciation of Seventh-day Adventists."
J. G. Dasent, W. R. Elliott, H. K.
Halladay, M. D. Howard, A. E. Mob-
ley, T. M. SuMmerville, Carl Vorn-
holt, A. H. Welklin.
MICHIGAN CONFERENCE
Departmental Secretaries:
Organized Oct. 5, 1861 ; reorganized
Book and Bible House, W. A. Peter- 1931
sen.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., W. A. Territory: State of Michigan.
Nelson.
Field Missionary, C. H. Smith ; As- Population: 5,256,106 ; churches, 149 ;
sistants, Forrest Skaggs, L. B. members, 12,003.
Baker. Office: 620 Townsend St.,Lansing,
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Mich. (Telephone, Dial 1317.)
H. K. Halladay.
'Religious Liberty and Temperance, S. Postal Address: Box 900, Lansing, Mich.
E. Wight. Officers:
Ordained Ministers: President, T. G. Bunch.
M. E. Anderson, E. E. Bietz, 0. K. Secretary-Treasurer,
Butler, J. G. Dasent, W. R. Elliott, Executive Committee: T. G. Bunch,
H. K. Halladay, M. D. Howard, W. L. U. Bender, 0. T. Burt, N. R. Dower,
Latham, A. V. McClure, L. L. Mur- W. C. Hankins, T. S. Hill, J. E. John-
phy, W. A. Nelson, D. S. Osgood, C. son, E. L. Pingenot, M. W. Prince.
W. Pruitt, T. M. Summerville, S. E.
Wight, C. E. Wood. Departmental Secretaries:
Honorary: 0. B. Hall. Harold N. Wil- Book and Bible House, H. P. Evens.
liams. Educational,
Field Missionary, Leonard E. Abel-
Licensed Ministers: son ; Assistants, Virgil Gibbons, L.
L. B. Baker, Roland K. Comer, F. N. A. Pomeroy, E. H. Craig.
Crowe, C. D. Henri, P. T. Jackson, Home Missionary and Temperance,
K. M. Kennedy, L. A. Kraner, Rich- H. F. Brown.
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Medical, Religious Liberty, and Ra- Church School .Teachers:


dio, T. G. Bunch. Esther Andre, Louise Ambs, Dorothy
Sabbath School, Edith Shepard. Appleby, Gladys Bakeman, R. Chester
Y. P. M. V. and Counsellor on War Barger, Mrs. It. Chester Barger, Mar
Service Problems, D. W. Hunter. garet Benedict, Mrs. Maxine Brantley,
Ordained Ministers: Fern Burgess, George Carter, Mrs.
Dorothy Clark, Mrs. Frances Craw,
U. Bender, H. E. Bisel, H. F. Brown, Mrs. Marie Day, Mary De Vries, El-
T. G. Bunch,. 0. H. Christensen, H. Vera Eckerman. Mrs. Irma Ellsworth,
H. Crandell, A. A. Douglas, N. It. Mrs. Emilie Fairchild, Iva Fleming,
Dower, W. W. Ellis, H. P. Evens, Devolia Fowler, Verna Goodsite, Mrs.
J. Florea, W. D. Forde, W. C. Han- Dorothy Geanya, Marian Griffith,
kins, T. S. Hill. W. H. Holden. D. W. Blanche Dean Gross, H. J. Halvorsen,
Hunter, S. W. Hyde, M. J. Jackson, Mrs. H. J. Halvorsen, Juliette Her-
J. E. Johnson, Obed Klein, L. W. scher, Ruth Hosted, Madge Gamerer,
Light, Paul Matula, W. H. McGhee, Helen Kannenberg, Sylvia Kee, Grace
C. B. Messer, M. E. Munger, E. L. Maas, Shelley Marshall, Nila Meisner,
Pingenot, W. B. Pontynen, B. L. Pansy Middaugh, Florence Orth, Gen-
Post, E. R. Potter, L. E. Reed, T. evieve Pangburn, Ina Peterson, Marie
Irvine Rush, 0. F. Schmedrat, H. L. Pfeifle, Alson Pusey, Mrs. Lowell
Shoup, M. L. Venden, W. A. Wester- Ross, Marie Satterlee, Mildred Steig-
hoot, Hugh Williams. enberg, Mary Louise Stevens, Muriel
Licensed Ministers: Stevenson, Dorothy Stock, T. Howard
Stockton, Jean Van Arsdale, 0. N.
Leonard E. Abelson, E. D. Calkins, Venden, Bernice Webber, W. J. Wil-
Ralph T. Carter, M. S. Culver, Elton kinson. Mrs. George E. Williams, Ev-
Dessain, C. S. Field, Hugh Forgoer, elyn Winston, Doris Wrate.
V. E. Garber, J. W. Franklin, Virgil
Gibbons, Steve J. Hornyak, Jacob Jus- Legal Association: "Michigan Confer-
tiss, George Linscombe, Charles M. ence Assn. of Seventh-day Advent.
Mellor, J. H. Nylander, George M. ists." Incorporated. T. G. Bunch,
Schram, J. It. Shull, Clark Smith, Chairman ; H. P. Bloum, Secretary.
Edward A Trumper, F. Brock Wells.

Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: WISCONSIN CONFERENCE

Educational Organized 1871 ; divided as North and


South Wisconsin Conferences 1916;
P. P. Anderson, Winifred Bane, Mrs. reunited 1927.
R. T. Carter, Lawrence Downing, Lil-
lian Eastman, P. J. Hoard, Mrs. P. Territory: The State of Wisconsin.
J. Hoard, Lillian Hubert, Esther Ku- Population: 3,137,587; churches, 88;
nau, W. W. Nelson, F. J. Pitchen, members, 4,341.
Mrs. F. J. Pitchen, G. C. Scott, Mrs.
G. C. Scott. Office Address: 802 Gorham St., Madi-
Margaret Seilaz, G. A. Spaulding, son, Wis. (Telephone, Badger 2210.)
Mrs. G. A. Spaulding, Ethel Stamper,
Shirley Stockton, L. W. Taft, Esther Postal Address: Box 512, Madison, Wis.
Trefz; Lucille Van Buskirk, Opal Van Officers:
DeWarker, E. P. Weaver, H. A. Wea-
ver, Ruth Whitfield, H. A. Wohlers, President, T. E. Unruh.
L. I. Woods, Mrs. L. I. Woods. Secretary-Treasurer, Clarence Lawry.
Executive Committee: T. E. Unruh,
General H. Christensen, Carl W. Guenther,
E. H. Craig, Helen Cooper, Mrs. Ra- Clarence Lawry, W. T. Lindsay, H.
E. McClure, J. A. Scott.
mira Eaton, Mrs. J. W. Franklin, Ivy
Freeman, Mrs. Hazel Hartman, Jane Departmental Secretaries:
Kerr, Bertha Leiske, H. E. Moon, Book and Bible House, L. G. Wartzok.
L. A. Pomeroy, Mrs. Marjorie Rey, Educational and Y. P. M. V., M. J.
Bethel Rice, Merle Ruskjer, Edith Perepelitza.
Shepard, F. B. Steen. Field Missionary, P. M. Lewis ; As-
sistant, Fred Kinsey.
Bible Instructors: Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Frances Blake, Mrs. D. Brander, Mrs. H. E. McClure.
Anna Collard, Mrs. Eva Crosier, Mrs. Religious Liberty, T. E. Unruh.
B. Davison, Jennie DeYoung, Alma
DuBois, Ethel Hull, Mrs. F. McCor- Ordained Ministers:
mick, Pearl Olson, Mrs. Cleora Web- C. M. Bee, Herbert Christensen, J. J.
ster. Dollinger, H. Grundset, Carl W.
NORTHERN UNION CONFERENCE 41

Guenther, C. V. Keiser, 0. A. Lyberg, Senger, Daisy Sterns, Marian Stiegen-


H. E. McClure, J. C. Michalenko, T. berg, Paul M. Weichert, Mrs. Paul M.
E. Unruh, Justus Vitrano. Weichert, Naomi Zalabak.
Licensed Ministers: Legal Associations: "South Wisconsin
D. W. Anderson, Erling Calkins, Conference Association of the Sev-
V. R. Hillman, G. M. Heide, W. J. enth-day Adventists," and "North
Kisack, Clarence Lawry, P. M. Lewis, Wisconsin Conference Association of
M. H. Odegaard, M. J. Perepelitza, Seventh-day Adventists." (Continu-
L. G. Watrzok, Fred Kinsey. ing as long as there is business to be
done under that name.)
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Educational INSTITUTIONS IN THE LAKE
Roland Cole, Lee Eusey, Vera G. Hoff- UNION CONFERENCE
man, Louise Larmon. Eliza Prafitt,
Leroy Ramsey, G. Clayton Sowler, Educational:
Mildrel Summerton. Adelphian Academy, Holly, Mich.
General Battle Creek Academy, Battle Creek,
Mich.
Ranghild Burling, Erma Campbell, Bethel Academy, Arpin, Wis.
Mrs. Lillian Cox, Fred Kinsey, Rob- Broadview Academy, R. F. D. 1,
erta Patton. Box 68, La Grange, Ill.
Bible Instructors: Cedar Lake Academy, Cedar Lake,
Viola Keiser, Adele Kindt, Mrs. G. Mich.
Mitterhausen. Emmanuel Missionary College, College
Station, Berrien Springs, Mich.
Church School Teachers: Emmanuel Missionary College Acad-
Mable M. Amen, May Broderson, Al- emy, College Station, Berrien
freda Costerisan, Valera DeHaven, Ev- Springs, Mich.
elyn Dreier, Ramona Ellis, Edgar Indiana Academy, Cicero, Ind.
Grundset, Mrs. H. T. Hansen, B. A. Shiloh Academy, 606 E. 46th St.,
Jones, Mrs. B. A. Jones, Ruth Kaiser, Chicago, Ill.
Ruth Kingman, Helen Lunz, Ruth
Mayfield, Mrs. Perley Mobil, Mrs. E. Publishing:
R. Orrick, Lucille Parfitt, Virginia Pacific Press Pub. Assn., Interna-
Parfitt, Mrs. Hilda E. Schulz, Esther tional Branch, Brookfield,

NORTHERN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1902; Reorganized 1937
Territory: The States of Iowa, Minne- Field Missionary, P. D. Gerrard.
sota, North Dakota, and South Da- Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
kota, comprising the Conferences of Temperance, and Radio, D. E.
Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Reiner.
South Dakota. Religious Liberty, M. V. Campbell.
Population: 6,615,464 ; churches, 229 ; Counsellor on War Service Problems,
members, 12,529. K. L. Gant.
Office Address: 501 Forest Ave., Minne-
apolis, Minn. (Telephone, Kenwood Ordained Ministers:
2992.) M. V. Campbell, K. L. Gant, P. D.
Officers: Gerrard, D. E. Reiner.
President, M. V. Campbell. (Tele- Honorary: August Anderson, F. E.
phone, Pleasant 1811.) Bates, H. M. Hiatt, C. A. Larsen,
Secretary-Treasurer, A. R. Smouse. J. A. Litwinenco, E. L. Sheldon, J.
(Telephone, Midway 9482.) R. Staton, M. F. Wiedemann.
Auditor and Transportation Agent, Licensed Minister: A. R. Smouse.
A. R. Smouse.
Executive Committee: M. V. Campbell, Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
R. E. Bowles, E. E. Cossentine, W. A. Joyce Love, Lena Myers, Iva Row-
Dessain, K. L. Gant, P. D. Gerrard, land.
G. E. Hutches, D. E. Reiner, J. D.
Smith, A. R. Smouse, H. W. Walker. Legal Association: "The Northern Un-
ion Conference Association of Sev-
Departmental Secretaries: enth-day Adventists, Incorporated."
Educational and Y. P. M. V., K. L. President, M. V. Campbell; Secretary-
Gant. Treasurer, A, R, Smouse.
42 NORTHERN UNION CONFERENCE

IOWA CONFERENCE MINNESOTA CONFERENCE

Organized 1863 Organized 1862


Territory: The State of Minnesota.
Territory: The State of Iowa.
Population: 2,792,300; churches, 71;
Population: 2,538,268 ; churches, 70 ; members, 4,739.
members, 3,559.
Office: 1854 Roblyn Ave., St. Paul,
Office: 540-42nd St., Des Moines, Iowa. Minn. (Telephone, Midway 2077.)
(Telephone 7-4633.)
Officers:
Postal Address: Box 1475, Des Moines President, C. V. Anderson. (Tele-
6, Iowa. phone, Nestor 1495.)
Officers: Secretary-Treasurer, C. B. Caldwell.
(Telephone, Midway 6316.)
President, Jere D. Smith. Executive Committee: C. V. Ander-
Secretary-Treasurer, Clyde 0. Franz.
son, C. B. Caldwell, C. E. Christen-
Executive Committee: Jere D. Smith, sen, W. A. Howe, C. P. Merickel, W.
Clyde 0. Franz, W. R. Holley, J. L. R. Nelson, F. J. Nenno, G. H. Rustad,
Neal, I. W. Reck, W. S. Sanders, J. Carl Sundin.
R. Siebenlist.
Departmental Secretaries:
Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, H. W. Chris-
Book and Bible House, Clyde 0. tian.
Franz. Educational and Y. P. M. V., W. A.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., C. L. Howe.
Smith. Field Missionary, R. D. Steinke, As-
Field Missionary, C. J. Oliver. sistant, R. 0. Baker.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
J. 0. Marsh. G. H. Rusted.
Medical, Medical, 0. J. Grundset.
Religious Liberty, D. N. Wall. Religious Liberty, C. S. Wiest.
Ordained Ministers: Temperance,
L. R. Holley, W. R. Holley, J. C. Ordained Ministers:
Klose, L. C. Lee, J. D. Nichols, B.
Petersen, J. D. Smith, J. A. Tucker, C. V. Anderson, A. E. Axelson, J. W.
C. L. Vories, D. N. Wall. Christian, C. Edwardson, David Gul-
brandson, J. C. Harder, W. A. Howe,
Licensed Ministers: Wilbur Holbrook, W. S. Lawrence, V.
B. L. Andersen, Alvin Bartlett, W. A. Lidner, A. J. Lockert, N. R. Nel-
R. Caviness, D. E. Davis, L. A. Ed- son, D. K. Olson, E. A. Piper, C. E.
wards, Clyde 0. Franz, R. E. Fuller, Smith, R. D. Steinke, Carl Sundin,
Fabian Meier, C. J. Oliver, W. C. S. Wiest.
S. Sanders, J. It. Siebenlist, C. L. Licensed Ministers:
Smith, M. E. Smith, Hampton White,
Paul Whitlow, John Wilson. D. J. Bieber, C. B. Caldwell, H. W.
Christian, C. L. Duffield, A. R. M.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Lauritzen, C. R. Lickey, K. M. Nel-
son, H. E. Richards, E. L. Sorenson,
Bee Ayers, Betty Fleming, Otho Kirk, R..A. Strickland, A. V. Wallenkampf.
Victoria Larsen, R. E. Lynn, Mrs.
M. E. Smith, Alyce Swedberg. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:

Bible Instructors: Educational


Emilie Finck, Josephine Holmes, Mrs. Lillie Beeson, G. W. Curry, Mrs. G.
Stemple White. W. Curry, Donald Davis, Paul Ford,
Leota Gibson, Ruth M. Ingram, E. D.
Church School Teachers: Kirk, 0. E. Simon, C. R. Swan, Irene
Mrs. Alvin Bartlett, Mrs. L. Edwards, Timothy, Lois J. Walker.
Mrs. Gladys Huston, Mrs. Bertha
General
Lang, Mabel Madsen, Amy Messen-
ger, Anna Nordquist, P. W. Peters, R. 0. Baker, Betty Buckley, Alice E.
Alice Tabler. Mattson, Esther Stoehr.
Legal Association: "The Iowa Seventh- Bible Instructors:
day Adventist Association." Jere L Ethel Beeson, Mrs. Nora P. Jenkins,
Smith, President ; Clyde 0. Franz., Evelyn Jepson, Therms, McDowell,
Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. Thelma Smith, Helen Zeelau.
NORTHERN UNION CONFERENCE 43

Church School Teachers: SOUTH DAKOTA CONFERENCE


A. M. Amundson, Ida Anderson, Mrs.
W. Bergh, Ruth Burgeson, Lawrence Organized 1879
Burgeson, Eleanor Berlin, Mrs. Cyrus Territory: The State of South Dakota.
Dale, Mrs. H. Douglas, Mrs. Jess
Graves, I. 0. Johnson, Mrs. McKellip, Population: 642,961 ; churches, 34 ;
K. M. Nelson, Mrs. T. Overacker, A. members, 1,730.
Peterson, Bonnie Ringering, Eunice Office Address: 302 North Broadway,
Skadsheim, Eileen Smith, Beth Town- Watertown, S. Dak. (Telephone,
send, Mrs. C. Ware, Mrs. E. Weld. 3614.)
Legal Association: "The Minnesota Con- Officers:
ference Association of Seventh-day
Adventists." President, W. A. Dessain.
Secretary-Treasurer, G. L. Sather.
NORTH DAKOTA CONFERENCE Executive Committee: W. A. Dessain,
Carl Beck. Floyd Gilbert, N. R. Hick-
Organized 1902 man, G. L. Sather, E. A. Schlisner.
Territory: The State of North Dakota. Departmental Secretaries:
Population: 641,935; churches, 54; Book and Bible House, G. L. Sather.
members, 2,501. Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
Office Address: 213 Second St., S. E., Field Missionary, V. R. Johnson.
Jamestown, N. Dak. (Telephone 676.) Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Postal Address: Box 1491, Jamestown, E. T. Gockenheimer.
N. Dak. Religious Liberty, W. A. Dessain.
Officers: Ordained Ministers:
President, G. E. Hutches. Carl Beck, C. A. Braun, W. A. Des-
Secretary-Treasurer, R. E. Spangle. sain, E. T. Gackenheimer, N. R. Hick-
man, R. J. Kegley, H. V. Reed.
Executive Committee: G. E. Hutches,
I. E. Anunsen, W. R. Archbold, J. S. Licensed Ministers:
Johnson, H. R. Kuehne, Gilbert Rem- T G. Herr, G. E. Hochstetter, V. R.
boldt, R. E. Spangle. Johnson, Paul Kemper, L._ D. Klop-
fenstein, L. W. Minner, T. N. Neer-
Departmental Secretaries:
gaard, J. V. Peters, C. A. Renschler,
Book and Bible House, R. E. Spangle. G. L. Sather.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Glenn
Fillman. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Field Missionary, A. H. Liebelt. Educational
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
H. R. Kuehne. Bessie Barber, G. E. Brand, Lorena
Religious Liberty, G. E. Hutches. M. Piper, Clara Roper, Don Smith,
Melvin Ward.
Ordained Ministers:
W. R. Archbold, Josef Braun, Glenn General
Fillman, M. F. Grau, G. E. Hutches., Delva Rivinius, Mrs. Grace Stewart,
M. S. Krietzky, H. R. Kuehne. Helen Thompson.
Licensed Ministers: Church School Teachers:
I. E. Anunsen, A. W. Bauer, Neal Virginia Archambeau, Wilma Bren-
Becker, Raymond H. Brodersen, W. neise, Mrs. 0. V. Lenz, Eva Ruth
R. Dennis, J. 0. Iversen, Otto King- Marley, Mildred Thompson, Treva
field, Edwin Kungel. G. J. Land, A. H. Veit.
Liebelt, C. A. Lindquist, Gordon C.
Osgood, J. V. Shull, R. 0. Stone, R. Legal Association: "South Dakota Con-
E. Spangle, C. S. Wallace, F. W. ference Association of Seventh-day
Wernick. Adventists." President, W. A. Des-
sain; Secretary-Treasurer, G. L.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Sather.
Mrs. Harry Roedel, Goldie Scahnder.
Church School Teachers: INSTITUTIONS TN THE NORTHERN
Esther Bender, Dorothy Gray, Mrs. UNION CONFERENCE
Jannette Greene, Mrs. William Hoff- Educational:
man, Adeline Knopp, Mrs. Gertrude Maplewood Academy, Hutchinson,
Kriedemann, Carol Scofield, Alma
.Thorp, Wilma Wahl. Oak Park Academy, Nevada, Iowa.
Legal Association: "The North Dakota Plainview Academy, Redfield, S. Dak.
Conference Association of Seventh- Sheyenne River Academy, Harvey,
day Adventists." N. Dak.
NORTH PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE
Organized 1906

Territory: The States of Idaho, Mon- Licensed Ministers:


tana, Oregon, and Washington, and K. A. Aplington, E. S. Cubley, R. M.
the Territory of Alaska, comprising Davidson, John T. Hamilton, R. B.
the Conferences of Idaho, Montana, Lewis, Holger Lindsjo, T. A. Little,
Oregon, Upper Columbia, Washing- F. W. Peterson, Stanley Peterson, C.
ton, and the Alaska Mission. E. Thurston, Stanley Walker.
Population: 3,982,728 ; churches, 274 ; Honorary: S. J. Abegg, W. F. Hahn,
members, 25,631. R. E. Keller, J. S. Kilgore.

Office Address: 202 S. Palouse St., Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:


Walla Walla, Wash. (Telephone, Educational
702.)
Mrs. K. A. Aplington, E. 0. Becker,
Officers: Mrs. Irene Black, Ernest Booth, John
Bauer, Jr., 0. L. Brinker, R. L. Col-
President, V. G. Anderson. lins, H. R. Emmerson, Dorothy Fore-
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, H. man, S. K. Gernet, Frank Gibbon,
C. Kephart. Ethel A. Johnson, Victor Johnson, G.
G. Kretschmar, Mrs. Eleanor Lindsjo,
Executive Committee: V. G. Ander-
Veda S. Marsh, William Merkel, Mrs.
son, G. S. Belleau, G. W. Bowers, L. G. W. Miller, Alice Neilsen, Eleanor
E. Esteb, H. C. Kephart, H. C. Kle- Rue. F. M. Schiller, Daisy Schluntz,
ment, D. A. Lower, F. W. Peterson,
Violet Scott, Bernice E. Searle, Vir-
J. J. Reiswig, C. A. Striven, D. H. ginia Shull, Mrs. H. It. Sittner, Henry
Spillman, M.' V. Tucker, H. L. Wood.
Sonnenberg, Agnes L. Sorenson, Myr-
Departmental Secretaries: tle M. Walker, Mrs. Melvin Zolber.
General
Educational and Y. P. M. V., H. C.
Klement. Pearl Cook, Mrs. G.. Dalrymple, Ione
Field Missionary, M. V. Tucker. Morgan, Thorna Koorenny, Ida John-
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, son.
and Temperance, Honorary: W. L. Manful, Nellie J.
Religious Liberty, V. G. Anderson. Orr, Anna Pierce, R. A. Prickett,
Counsellor on War Service Problems, ;Mrs. Eliza C. Thorp, Miranda
T. M. Cole. Schmidt.
Transportation Agent, H. C. Kephart. Legal Association: "The North Pacific
Ordained Ministers: Union Conference Association of Sev-
enth-day Adventists."
V. G. Anderson, V. T. Armstrong,
G. W. Bowers, W. S. Boynton, F. M.
Burg, T. M. Cole, V. E. Hendershot, ALASKA MISSION
H. C. Kephart, H. C. Klement, L. Territory: Territory of Alaska.
B. Losey, D. A. Lower. E. L. Neff,
J. I. Robinson, 1. C. Schmidt. M. V. Population: 72,524 ; churches, 7 ; mem-
Tucker, L. W. Welch, H. E. Wester- bers, 211.
meyer.
Office Address: 101 E. Second St.,
Honorary: R. W. Airy, F. 13. Armi- Juneau, Alaska. (Phone 241.)
tage, H. A. Aufderhar. M. A. Beld-
ing, A. R. Bell, A. C. Bird, Postal Address: Box 2841, Juneau,
G. L. Budd, H. W. Carter, J. J. Alaska.
Clark. I. C. Colcord, C. J. Cole, Officers:
J. C. Corner, F. H. Conway, E. H. Superintendent, H. L. Wood.
Curtis, W. D. Emery, W. G. Forshaw, Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Myrtle
J. C. Foster, C. A. Hansen, 0. W.
Wood.
Herwick, W. T. Hilgert, J. A. Hol-
brook, Fred Johnson, Albert Kruger, Ordained Ministers:
H. M. Lee, H. W. Oliver, S. W. P. P. Bartholomew, M. L. Miles,
Palmer, John Peterson, A. V. Rhoads, Fred Wagner, H. L. Wood.
J. A. Rippey, W. R. Smith, A. G.
Steinert, F. E. Stratton. C. Sulzle, Licensed Ministers:
G. F. Watson, Harry Wentland, M. S. H. Emery, David Hoehn, Stanley
H. Wentland. Kannenberg, M. W. Smith.
44
NORTH PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 45

Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Church School Teachers:


Mrs. P. P. Bartholomew, Mrs. S. H. Lois Aufderhar, E. E. Butterfield,
Emery, Mrs. M. L. Miles, Mrs. M. W. Mrs. Roy Betts, Myrtle Egelhoff,
Smith, Mrs. Fred Wagner, Mrs. Myr- Evelyn Ludington, Mrs. Pauline Mor-
tle Wood. gan, Mrs. W. C. Moore. Ida Mittle-
Bible Instructor: Madge Muchmore. ider, Elsie Parkhurst, Clara Pease,
Mrs. H. N. Prather, Mrs. Charles
Taylor, Mrs. Carl Thompson.
Legal Association: "The Southern Idaho
Conference Association of Seventh-
IDAHO CONFERENCE day Adventists."
Organized 1907
Territory: That portion of Idaho south MONTANA CONFERENCE
of the 45th parallel, including all
of Lemhi County, together with six Organized 1898
counties in Oregon, as follows: Wal-
lowa, Union, Baker, Malheur, Har- Territory: The State of Montana.
ney, Grant. Population: 559,456; churches, 27;
Population: 463,370; churches, 31; members, 1,476.
members, 2,158. Office: 417 S. Black St., Bozeman, Mont.
Office: 523 Main St., Boise, Idaho. Postal Address: Box 743, Bozeman,
Postal Address: Box 2238, Boise, Idaho. Mont. (Telephone 435.)
(Telephone 1651.) Officers:
Officers: President, J. J. Reiswig.
Secretary-Treasurer, Andrew Roedel.
President, G. S. Belleau.'
Secretary-Treasurer, M. E. Hagen. Executive Committee: J. J. Reiswig,
F. E. Barkley, R. E. Browning, R. E.
Executive Committee: G. S. Belleau, Finney, Jr., H. A. Green, Andrew
H. C. Beach, A. D. Bohn, M. E. Roedel, A. R. Tucker.
Hagen, A. W. Johnson, J. R. Sloop.
Departmental Secretaries:
Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, Andrew Roedel.
Book and Bible House, M. E. Hagen. Educational, and Y. P. M. V.,
Field Missionary, C. H. Lowe. Field Missionary A. L. Zumwalt.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
A. D. Bohn. V. A. LaGrone.
Religious Liberty, G. S. Belleau. Religious Liberty, J. J. Reiswig.
Y. P. M. V. and Educational, H. W.
Jewkes. Ordained Ministers:
Ordained Ministers: R. E. Browning, V. A. LaGrone, L.
B. Mershon, J. J. Reiswig, F. W.
J. H. Apigian, G. S. Belleau, A. D. Steunenberg, B. L. Hassenpflug.
Bohn, H. R. Coats, M. E. Hagen, H.
W. Jewkes, A. P. Ritz, R. J. Thomas, Licensed Ministers:
W. T. Unterseher. Edwin G. Brown, Lester Cooper,
Licensed Ministers: Ernest Fresk, A. R. Holt, H. J.
Jenks, Morris Lewis, Ted B. Moors,
Ralph Combes, K. E. Groves, E. B. W. L. Perry, Andrew Roedel, H. J.
Hallsted, G. J. Lang, C. H. Lowe, M. Thomsen, A. R. Tucker, A. L. Zum-
H. Peterson, Ward Scriven, J. R. walt.
Sloop, John D. Trude.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Mrs. Ruby E. Harms, Lauretta E.
Educational Johnson.
Doris Franklin, Lauretta Fickess, Church School Teachers:
Mrs. H. C. Wilson. Magdalene Ammon, Florence Gill,
General William Pflugrad, Evelyn Poole, Oma
Sherman, Sarah Skillman, Mrs. A. L.
Mrs. R. R. Canaday, Mrs. M. E. Zumwalt.
Hagen, Gladys Thompson.
Legal Association: "The Montana Con-
Bible Instructor: ference Association of Seventh-day
Mildred Lovejoy. Adventists."
46 NORTH PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE

OREGON CONFERENCE Oliva Harder, Mrs. G. E. Hibbard,


Mrs. H. W. Hempel, Milo W. Hill,
Organized 1877; reorganized 1902 Mrs. Milo W. Hill, Nicholas Ilchuk,
reorganized 1932 Mrs. Nicholas Ilchuk, J. H. Irvine, R.
Territory: That portion of the State of A. Johnson, Mrs. R. A. Johnson,
Oregon lying west of Gilliam, Grant. Alma Keehnel, Burt M. Kurtz, L.
Wheeler, and Harney Counties; also M. Laabs, Mrs. Carrie M. Larson,
the Counties of Clarke, Skamania, Esther Miller, W. G. McCready, A. R.
Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, Klickitat west Morley, Verna Moser, C. 0. Noblitt,
of Klickitat River, and southern por Reva Palmer, Inez Wallin, M. L.
tion of Pacific, in the State of Wash. Whisby, R. A. White, Kenneth Wil-
ington. son.
Population: 1,087,758 ; churches, 91 ; Medical
members, 10,358.
Office: 414 S. E. 39th Ave., Portland 15, Eleanor Bear, Mrs. Lela Bowen,
Oreg. (Telephone LAncaster 2187.) Laura Brenner, Bertha Christensen,
Mrs. Z. H. Coberly, Robert L. Geates,
Officers: Gertrude M. Green, Ruth Gulbrand-
President, C. A. Scriven. (Telephone, son, N. H. Hesgard, Cleo Hoagland,
LAncaster 9944.) Gladys House, Ellen Johnson, Henry
Secretary-Treasurer, R. T. Emery T. Larson, Mrs. G. A. Lindsay, Er-
(Telephone, LAncaster 6387.) ' nest L. Moore, Mrs. Margaret Mor-
Executive Committee: C. A. Scriven. rison, Carrie. L. Nelson, Ralph
St. Clair Diamond, G. T. Dickinson, - W. Nelson, John 0. Neufeld, Mona
R. T. Emery, H. S. Hanson, William M. Oliver,' Rose Peterson, Audrey
Lay, R. W. Nelson, H. C. Sprague, Rackliff, E. E. Rippey, Frank Seitz,
C. C. Wilcox. Edith Starbuck, Ann Stratton, Mar-
jorie Watson.
Departmenlal Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, H. R. Gay. General
Educational, H. S. Hanson. Mrs. F. E. Brazee, Pearl Canwell,
Field Missionary, G. E. Lindquist. Vada L. Carter, Velma Fischer, Mrs.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Pauline Kallenbach, Alice La Bonte,
J. R. NelPon. Marjory Mereen, Alma Olsen, Mrs.
Religious Liberty, C. A. Striven. Grace Sampson, Miranda Schmidt,
Temperance, J. P. Nelson. Eve Spechko, Leona Warren.
Y. P. M. V., G. W.' Chambers.
Ordained Ministers: Bible Instructors:
A. L. Beazley, R. F. Bresee, G. W. Rose E. Herr, Pearl Stafford.
Chambers, G. T. Dickinson, R. D.
Drayson, N. C. Erntson, J. K. Fish, Church School Teachers:
H. R. Gay, H. S. Hanson, G. E. John- Mrs. Carroll Aimes, Pearl Anderson.
son, R. E. Kepkey, William Lay, - Audrey Ashby, Mrs. Edith Baker, E.
G. E. Lindquist, J. R. Nelson, L. E. L. Barclay, Mrs. G. L. Beane, Mrs.
Niermeyer, R. H. Nightingale, C. M. Louise Beers, Mrs. F. H. Bechtel,
Norman, H. A. Oberg, G. E. Patter- Mrs. Arthur Bivens.
son, G. W. Pettit, C. A. Scriven, Mrs. Starr Bumby, Mrs. H. S. Bur-
H. D. Strever, C. D. Striplin, G. A. nett, A. G. Butherus, Margaret
Thompson. E. J. Westman, C. C. Chase, Mrs. H. C. Chilson, Mrs.
Wilcox, T. 0. Willey, H. E. Will- Estella M. Christensen, Mrs. L.
oughby, Christensen, Mrs. Fred Cochran, Mrs.
Licensed Ministers: Betty Coleman, Hope Curtis, Zelda
Darnell, Blanche DeMerice, Mrs.
Carr of Aimes, P. C. Allerson, P. G.
Marian Dewey, Mrs. Virgil Dickson,
Baden, G. L. Beane, H. T. Bergh, Mabel. Dougherty, Charles Ebner,
Alten Bringle, R. T. Emery, Fred
Hazel Ericson, Mavis Ericson, Mrs.
Hardin, H. W. Hempel, W. B. Holden,
H. A. Jenks. Wallace Johnson, J. S. Leafs Finch, Mrs. G. E. Fouts, Lila
Gibson, Mrs. Walter Gibson, Mrs.
Koehler, Dewey Payne, J. J. Robert- Mable Griffin, Mrs. Dorotha Hana,
son, Estel Rogers', Wayne Scriven, G. B. Harbison, Mrs. G. B. Harbison,
P. M. Stuart, Robert Sturdevant,
Wallace Harden, Viola Herndon,
James Vetter, Eugene Winter. Mary Hight, Mrs. Inez Hitchman,
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Ray Hixson, Mrs. Charles Hooker.
Bonnie Johnson, Clayton Konzack,
Educational Mrs. L. E. Ladd, Mrs. Flora Lane,
0. A. Anderson, R. D. Drayson, Re- Mrs. Edna Lee, Oleta Lucas, Beatrice
vere Fouts, Mrs. Marjorie Gardner, Martin, Mrs. Grace Maxson, Mrs.
Frankie Grubbs, Mrs. L. L. Hagle, Theodore Noel, Mrs. C. E. Noyse,
NORTH PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 47

Shirley Olsen, C. D. Overton, Mrs. man, F. M. Oliver, Melvin Oss,


C. D. Overton. Reinhold Patzer, L. A. Reynolds,
Mrs. Dewey Payne, Miriam Pease, Jacob Riffel, F. G. Roper, 0. E.
Lois Pefley, Joyce Peterson, Grace Schnepper, H. A. Schultz, H. E.
Prentice, Mrs. Gertrude Pyke, B. R. Weaver, E. H. Wilcox, C. E. Wimer.
Ritz, Mrs. Ruth Roth, Francetta
Rustin, Iris Schaeffer, Emil Schafer, Licensed Ministers:
Mrs. Ruth Shirey, Walter Siemsen, G. W. Asher, Frank Bailey, Cecil Bal-
Mrs. Gertrude Siemsen, Florence ser, Vernon Braaten, George Chalker,
Smith, Enid Sparks, Mrs. A. M. Jr., R. S. Dexter, Gilbert Dinwiddie,
Stacy, Alex Steinert, Mrs. Alex Howard Dinwiddie, Paul Featherston,
Steinert, Earl Stewart, Mrs. Albert Lyle Freemyer. Gilbert Gibson,
Sumner, Mrs. L. B. Taylor, MIT. Leonard Gill, Chester Green, John
Edward Terrill, Mrs. Mildred Thor- Guier, S. J. Hegstad, G. F. Hilton,
man, Mrs. Carl Thompson, T. W. Logan Houser, Harold Huey, E. S.
Walters, Mrs. Buford Ward, Clara Humann, Rudolph Knauft, Solomon
Mae Wells, E. E. Werner, Fred Wil- Kruger, A. P. McDow, Gerald Mosier,
bur, Mrs. Fred Wilbur, Mrs. Eugene J. E. Potts, Clyde W. Smith, Glenn
Winters. Stewart, John Stuivenga, E. H.
Legal Association: "Western Oregon Tucker, Aaron Wagner.
Conference Association of Seventh-
day Adventists." President, C. A. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Scriven ; Secretary-Treasurer, R. T. Joyce Hochrein, Edna Indergard,
Emery. Mrs. C. R. Soper, Mildred Swanson.
Bible Instructors:
UPPER COLUMBIA CONFERENCE
Florence Backstrom, Ruth Cooprider,
Organized 1880 Mrs. Lois Dwyer, Addie Mae Kalar,
Mrs. C. J. Knutson, Mary E. Scher-
Territory: That portion of the State of merhorn.
Washington lying east of the Cascade
Mountains, excepting that portion of Church School Teachers:
Klickitat County lying west of the Alice Baker, Mrs. Cecil Balser, Mary
Klickitat River, and the counties Bock, Mrs. Orville Bullock, Mrs. Myr-
of Umatilla, Morrow, Gilliam, and tle Casebolt, Mrs. G. C. Chitwood,
Wheeler, in the State of Oregon; and Mrs. Gilbert Dinwiddie, Mrs. Howard
that portion of the State of Idaho Dinwiddie, Mrs. G. Gibson, Neta
lying north of the 45th parallel, ex- Hanna, Vivian Hanna, Mrs. S. J.
cepting Lemhi County. Hegstad, Iris Hickman, Mrs. Levi
Population: 685,970 ; churches, 56 ; Hornbacher, Helen Hudson, Mrs. Har-
members, 6,499. old Huey, Mrs. Lois Kabanuk, Mrs.
Esther Lee, Anna Litvin, Mrs. T. S.
Office: 817 W. Nora Ave., Spokane, Makovsky, Mrs. M. L. Matson, Mrs.
Wash. (Telephone, Broadway 0597.) A. P. McDow, Margaret O'Dea, Eli-
Officers: nor Prusia, Verna Prusia, Mrs. 0. E.
President, L. E. Esteb. (Telephone, Schnepper, Mrs. Grace Snyder, Row-
Broadway 2443.) ena Stuart, Mrs. Bertha Towler,
Secretary-Treasurer, A. P. McDow. Louise Unruh, Mrs. Ruth Wage.
(Telephone, Glenwood 5980.) Legal Association: "Upper Columbia
Executive Committee: L. E. Esteb, Mission Society of Seventh-day Ad-
W. A. Gosmer, G. F. Hilton, C. D. ventists."
Hobbs, J. H. Link, A. P. McDow,
F. W. Peterson, F. G. Roper, E. H.
Wilcox. WASHINGTON CONFERENCE
Departmental Secretaries:
Organized 1902
Book and Bible House, A. P. McDow.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Melvin Territory: All of the State of Washing-
Oss. ton west of the Cascade Mountains,
Field Missionary, C. E. Wimer. except the Counties of Clarke, Ska-
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, mania, Cowlitz, and Wahkiakum, and
L. A. Reynolds. the south tip of Pacific County.
Medical, J. E. Potts.
Religious Liberty, L. E. Esteb. Population: 1,113,650; churches, 62;
Ordained Ministers: members, 4,929.
V. C. Becraft, L. E. Esteb, R. E. Fin- Office: 2610 Nob Hill Ave., Seattle,
ney, Jr., W. A. Gosmer, K. C. Hol- Wash. (Tel., Garfield 8231.)
48 PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE

Officers: Cochran, Mrs. L. Q. Dickerson,


President, Don H. Spillman. (Tel., Marie Dopp, Mrs. T. R. Haley,
Garfield 4797.) Grace Hess, Ardelle Hilde, Florence
Secretary-Treasurer, M. G. Dealy. Jacobson, Amy Laschkewitsch, Mrs.
William Lowe, R. C. Lyman, Mrs. It.
(Tel., Alder 2776.)
C. Lyman, Evelyn Markham, Mrs.
Executive Committee: Don H. Spill- Myrtle Martin, Mary McIntyre, Ber-
man, M. G. Dealy, A. E. Green, L. non Meier, Mrs. Demon Meier, Wil-
W. Halisted, C. C. Kott, Philip Nel- lard Meier, Ella Middleton, Mrs. Vir-
son, J. M. Nerness. ginia Mitchell, Harvey Neil, Mrs Har-
Departmental Secretaries: vey Neil, Donna Parrish, Dorothy
Tininenko, Mrs. Violet VanFosses,
Book and Bible House, Ellen Wenger, Viola Wenger, Goldie
Educational and Y. P. M. V., A. J. Winter, Elva Zech rison, Gregory
Reisig. Ziegler, Mrs. Gregory Ziegler.
Field Missionary, J. F. Hamel.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Legal Association: "Western Washing-
C. C. Kott. ton Corporation of Seventh-day Ad-
Medical, Philip Nelson. ventists."
Religious Liberty, Don H. Spillman.
Ordained Ministers: INSTITUTIONS IN THE NORTH PA-
S. A. Broberg, A. E. Butler, H. A. CIFIC UNION CONFERENCE
Fish, A. J. Gordon, L. W. Hallsted, Educational:
K. Incue, Robert Kitto, C. C. Kott,
L. E. Lyman, J. W. McComas, J. M. Auburn Academy, Route 1, Auburn,
Nerness, E. M. Oberg, D. L. Olsen, Wash.
A. J. Olson, F. H. Parrish, C. A. Columbia Academy, Route 2, Battle
Purdom, E. N. Sargent, R. G. Schaff- Ground, Wash.
ner, W. L. Schoepflin, Don H. Spill- Gem State Academy, Box 691, Cald-
man, A. J. Reisig. well, Idaho.
Laurelwood Academy, Route 2, Gas-
Licensed Ministers: ton, Oreg.
R. E. Adams, V. 0. Blair, M. G. Mount Ellis Academy, Route 4, Boze-
Dealy, Everett Duncan, J. F. Hamel, man, Mont.
J. C. Hansen, G. R. Knudsen, William Portland Union Academy, 4837 N. E.
Lowe, R. S. Michel, M. M. Mohr, Don- Couch St., Portland, Oreg.
ovan Oswald, Arthur Patzer, A. H. Rogue River Academy, Route 1, Box
Warner, C. L. Witzel. 182. Medford, Oreg.
Walla Walla College, College Place,
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Wash.
Educational Walla Walla College Academy, Col-
lege Place, Wash.
Mrs. Margaret Hamp, V. R. Jewett, Yakima Valley Academy, Granger,
J. G. Mehling, H. E. Mitzelfelt. Mrs. Wash.
A. J. Olson, H. W. Schwartz, Vernon
Winn. Publishing:
General Northwest Branch of the Pacific Press
Beth Atkinson, Esther Nerlund, Nan- Pub. Assn., 2101 N. E. Flanders St.,
na Thorodds, Edna Wallace. Portland 15, Oreg.
Bible Instructors: Sanitariums:
Sine C. Hansen, Mrs. L. Johnson.
Portland Sanitarium, S. E. 60th and
Church School Teachers: Belmont Sts., Portland 15, Oreg.
Mrs. Eunice Bartholomew, Mrs. Mar- Walla Walla Sanitarium, 933. Bon-
garet Carle, Otis Cleary, Myrtle sella, Walla Walla, Wash.

PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1901

Territory: The States of Arizona, Cali- Population: 8,490,537 ; churches, 309


fornia, Nevada, and Utah, and the members, 38,193.
Hawaiian Islands, comprising the
Conferences of Arizona, Central Cal- Cable Address: Adventist, Glendale,
ifornia, Nevada-Utah, Northern Cali- Calif.
fornia, Southeastern California, and Office: 1531 E. Wilson Ave., Glendale,
Southern California, and the Ha- Calif. (Telephones, Chapman 5-1047
waiian Mission. and Citrus 1-5174.)
PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 49

Postal Address: Box 146, Glendale, Gaede, P. J. Gaede, E. E. Gardner,


Calif. W. A. George, L. A. Gibson, A. C.
Officers: Gilbert, B. M. Grandy, J. A. P. Green,
W. R. Hansen, J. F. Harder, E. G.
President, L. K. Dickson. Hayes, C. H. Hayton, G. G. Hmelev-
Secretary-Treasurer, C. L. Bauer. sky, E. P. Howard, B. L. Howe, L.
Auditor, James Howarth ; Associate, L. Hutchinson, Daniel Isaac, John
A. R. Smith. Isaac, C. C. Jensen, C. C. Kellar, Otis
Transportation Agents, H. G. Childs M. Kittle, C. E. Knight, 0. B. Kuhn,
and C. L. Bauer. C. J. Kunkel, T. M. Langberg, J. A.
Executive Committee: L. K. Dickson, Leland. J. D. Lorenz.
W. M. Adams, C. E. Andross, F. G. C. A. Meleen, A. A. Meyers.
Ashbaugh, A. L. Baker, C. L. Bauer, H. J. Meyer, W. W. Miller, Arthur
L. E. Biggs, R. R. Bretigam, G. T. Mountain, A. G. Nelson, Andrew
Chapman, E. M. Fishell, J. E. Fillton, Nelson, R. J. Nethery, H. C. Olm-
Eric B. Hare, H. H. Hicks, James stead, A. J. Osborne, M. Ostoich, F.
Howarth, H. J. Klooster, W. E. Mac- W. Paap, H. Pannkoke, H. B. Parker,
pherson, A. C. Nelson, W. A. Nelson, R. W. Parmele, D. A. Parsons, J. R.
F. L. Peterson, E. L. Place, L. R. Patterson, V. E. Peugh, N. W. Phil-
Rasmussen, G. E. Taylor, A. W. Tru- lips, G. McCready Price, G. W. Rea-
man, H. W. Vollmer, David Voth, I. ser, C. E. Rentfro.
J. Woodman. C. H. Rittenhouse, P. G. Rodgers, C.
Departmental Secretaries: N. Sanders, Melzar Shepard, 0. H.
Shrewsbury, G. H. Skinner, E. K.
Educational, A. C. Nelson. Slade, G. B. Starr, George A. Stevens,
Field Missionary, E. M. Fishell. J. C. Stevens, J. B. Stuyvesant, W.
Home Missionary, Radio, and Sabbath A. Sweany, II. F. Taylor, T. L.
School, R. R. Breitigam. Thuemler, H. G. Thurston, W. J.
Medical, H. W. Vollmer. Venen, W. H. Wakeham, N. J. Wal-
Religious Liberty and Temperance, dorf, H. A. Washburn, G. A. Wheeler,
A. L. Baker. C. D. M. Williams.
Y. P. M. V., Eric B. Hare.
Associate Y. P. M. V. and Counsellor Licensed Ministers:
on War Service Problems, F. G.
Ashbaugh. A. D. Butterfield, George T. Chap-
man, Percy W. Christian. H. W.
Colored, F. L. Peterson. Clark, W. B. Clark. D. A. Cone, Ivan
Ordained Ministers: R. Crowder, R. H. Duncan, N. G.
Evans, E. W. Everest, R. E. Hoen,
R. P. Abel, W. M. Adams, C. R. James Howarth, B. 0. Maxson, H. R.
Anderson, F. G. Ashbaugh, Alonzo L. Miller, J. M. Peterson, R. B. Prout,
Baker, C. L. Bauer, R. R. Breitigam, C. A. Pyle, J. M. Rowse, A. R. Smith,
C. C. Cantwell, L. L. Caviness, H. K. C. E. Weniger.
Christman, B. C. Clark, R. M. Cos-
sentine, Raymond F. Cottrell, Louis Honorary: L. J. Black, I. A. Ford,
K. Dickson, Emanuel Ehlers, E. M. 0. J. Graf, E. L. Lutz, C. C. Mat-
Fishell, J. E. Fulton, B. F. Gregory, tison, I. T. Reynolds.
H. A. Hansen, Eric B. Hare, M. M.
Hare,' F. B. Jensen, Ernest Lloyd. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
H. G. Lucas, A. S. Maxwell, Frank
Moran, Merlin L. Neff, A. C. Nelson, Educational
I. C. Pound, E. Toral Seat, 0. R. D. A. Courville, Otis A. Hudson, W.
Staines, G. B. Taylor, A. W. Truman, E. Macpherson, Mary McReynolds, A.
G. F. Wolfkill, K. H. Wood, I. J. R: Monteith.
Woodman, F. A. Wyman, D. R. Medical
Scheirman.
G. H. Curtis, Myrna C. Lee, G. S.
Honorary: P. P. Adams, W. L. Ad- Luther, 0. B. Pratt, Mrs. Margaret
ams, E. E. Backus, W. C. Baldwin, Williamson, II. A. Young.
J. W. Beams, J. H. Behrens, 0. 0.
Bernstein. W. L. Bird, P. B. Bon- General
temps, W. H. Bradley, E. Burt Alvin 'G. Munson, R. P. Rowe, War-
Bray, E. A. Bristol, B. W. Brown, ren P. Henderson, Jr., Reginald
Eugene A. Brown, R. J. Bryant, W. Meikle, Ralph Michaelson, A. A.
D. Burden, L. J. Burgess, J. M. Sprengel, Mrs. T. S. Whitelock.
Campbell, C. H. Castle, J. A. Chaney,
A. G. Christiansen, Alexis Clement, Honorary: Rose E. Boose, S. P. S.
R. B. Coberly, Arthur Currow, E. C. Edwards, Ellen B. Fattebert, Mrs. J.
Cushman. W. Harmer, Mrs. M. E. Hoyt. Mrs.
H. H. Dexter, I. P. Dillon, G. F. Ella E. Hughes, Mrs. J. L. Kay, Stella
Enoch, 0. 0. Farnsworth, D. P. B. Lowry, Alma E.' McKibben, Mrs.
50 PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE

Jessie F. Moser, Herbert L. Rawson, Mrs. J. 0. Hanson, Mrs. Bessie Rats-


Bert Rhoads, Mrs. Alice H. Robin- laff, Mrs. Ben Templeton, Emmalyn
son, D. K. Royer, Louise C. Scholz, Washington, Mrs. Anna Williams.
Margaret Warnock, Mrs. Luther
Warren. Legal Association: "Arizona Confer-
ence Corporation of Seventh-day Ad-
Legal Association: "Pacific Union Asso- ventists."
ciation of Seventh-day Adventists."
Board of Directors: C. L. Bauer,
G. T. Chapman, H. G. Childs, L. K.
Dickson, James Howarth, A. C. Nel- CENTRAL CALIFORNIA CON-
son, David Voth. FERENCE
Organized 1932
Territory: The following-named coun.
ARIZONA CONFERENCE ties in the State of California: San
Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz,
Reorganized March 1, 1936 Santa Clara, Stanislaus, Alpine, Tuol-
Territory: State of Arizona. umne, Merced, Mariposa, Madera, San
Benito, Monterey, Fresno, Kings, Tu-
Population: 499,261; churches, 19; lare, San Luis Obispo, Kern (north of
members, 1,461. Tehachapi Mountains), Santa Barbara
Office: 1230 N. First St., Phoenix, Ariz. west of 120th meridian.
(Telephone, 3-8112.) Population: 1,712,413; churches, 79:
Postal Address: Box 1871, Phoenix, members, 7,934.
Ariz.
Office: 435 N. Third St., San Jose,
Officers: Calif.
President, C. E. Andross. Postal Address: P. 0. Box San
Secretary-Treasurer, J. 0. Hanson Jose 4, Calif. (Telephones, Columbia
Executive Committee: C. E. Andross, 5166, 5167.)
A. F. Beiersdorf, H. F. Farley, A.
H. Field, W. R. French, J. 0. Han- Officers:
son, W. P. McLennan. President, W. A. Nelson.
Departmental Secretaries: Secretary-Treasurer, Scott Donaldson.
Book and Bible House, J. 0. Hanson Executive Committee: W. A. Nelson,
Educational and Y. P. M. V., A. J. R. C. Baker, Scott Donaldson, R. J.
Werner. Larson, C. H. Lauda, R. A. Smith-
Field Missionary, C. L. Wilber. wick, G. R. West, I. J. Woodman.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
A. H. Field. Departmental Secretaries:
Religious Liberty, C. E. Andross. Book and Bible House, W. F. Van
Ordained Ministers: Atta.
C. E. Andross, E. E. Beddoe, M. B. Educational, W. L. Avery.
Butterfield, A. H. Field, Orno Follett, Field Missionary, A. G. Sutton.
W. R. French, J. F. Games, W. P. Home Missionary, Walter Lind.
McLennan, W. F. Miller, L. D. Religious Liberty, W. A. Nelson.
Sabbath School and Medical, Agnes
Weber. Kezer.
Honorary: Stewart Kime, E. von Y. P. M. V., C. H. Lauda.
Pohle, J. Hubert Sturges.
Ordained Ministers:
Licensed Ministers:
J. W. Allison, Jr., 0. D. Hancock. E. G. Annofsky, W. L. Avery, R. C.
J. 0. Hanson, Robert Nomi, Laurence Baker, C. Bufano, Philip Chiodo, Don-
W. Payne, A. J. Purdey, Marvin L. ald Darst, Scott Donaldson, Claude
Sanford, E. W. Striplin, A. J. Wer- E. Hall, J. D. Hardt, F. H. Jenkins,
Sanford, E. W. Striplin, Marvin Wal- E. R. Johnson, C. H. Lauda, C. F.
ter, A. J. Werner, C. L. Wilbur. Lickey, Walter Lind, C. L. Lingen-
felter, V. J. Maloney, S. 0. Martin,
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: L. S. Melendy, N. P. Neilson, W. A.
Walter Bolinger, Robert Rieger. Nelson, H. F. Neumann, C. S. Nico-
las, K. Nozaki, C. S. Prout, William
Bible Instructor: Mrs. Dorothy Twam- M. Ruminson, R. A. Smithwick, C.
ley. M. Sorenson, A. F. Wellman, G. R.
Church School Teachers: West, H. B. Westcott.
Mrs. J. D. Bare, Mrs. Mary E. Ben- Honorary: E. H. Adams, L. I. Bow-
ton, G. B. Boswell, Alden Follett, ers, C. F. Cole, D. P. Harder, G. A.
PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 51

Martin, W. B. Miramontes, Isaac HAWAIIAN MISSION


Schneider, Archie Tong.
Entered 1895
Licensed Ministers: Territory: The Hawaiian Islands.
Richard E. Berry, Cecil Chrisman,
Charles S. Cooper, Elman Folken- Population: 423,332: churches, 12;
berg, Ira D. Follett, Stanley Hiten, members, 1,018.
C. T. Johnson, Irwin Loeppke, A. C. Cable Address: "Adventist," Honolulu.
Madsen, Graham Maxwell, A. W. Mil- Office Address: 1112 Keeaumoku St.,
lard, Kenneth Moore, Leslie Morrill, Honolulu 46, T. H. (Telephone,
Ernest E. Perry, Segundo Acob 91979.)
Hamel, Ordell R. Rees, Reginald Shep-
hard, W. J. Siegenthaler, Francis Officers:
Soper, A. G. Sutton, D. S. Thurston, Superintendent, G. E. Taylor.
W. F. Van Atta. Secretary-Treasurer, J. 0. Emmerson.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Advisory Committee: G. E. Taylor,
J. 0. Emmerson, Geo. Ching, J. D.
Mrs. Alta Baker. Vernon Bliss, C. L. Marshall, S. Miyake, G. H. Miranda,
Finney, Millicent Hale, Agnes D.
A. Munson, F. E. Rice, E. R. Walde.
Kezer, Mrs. Clara Lauda, Mrs. Walter
Lind, Mrs. Eva B. Nelson, Mrs. Hazel Departmental Secretaries:
Roth, Clifford Rouse, Mrs. Catheryn Book and Bible House and Sabbath
Smithwick, Mrs. Lulu P. Wilcox. School, J. 0. Emmerson.
Bible Instructors: Educational, F. E. Rice.
Mrs. Julia Benavides, Mrs. Mary E. Field Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,
Clark, Mrs. Florence Collier, Mrs. H. L. Tuttle.
Scott Donaldson, Celia Green, Effie M. Home Missionary and Religious Lib-
Hale, Katherine B. Hale, Maxine erty, G. E. Taylor.
Kochenderfer, Esther Logan, Marjorie Ordained Ministers:
Miller, Mrs. Della Richardson, Lor- L. T. Heaton, J. D. Marshall, R. J.
raine Stevens, Mrs. G. R. West. McKeague, Shohei Miyake. Albert
Honorary: Mrs. Jane Baldwin, Mrs. Munson, F. E. Rice, G. E. Taylor, E.
L. L. Hutchinson, Mrs. Helen M. R. Walde.
Jarvais, Mrs. Bessie MacMillian, Mrs. Licensed Ministers:
Anna Schick.
V. Aladen. J. 0. Emmerson, S. Mori-
Church School Teachers: kone, G. M. MacLafferty, Hideo Osh-
Mrs. Mary Bishop, Delmer Bond, ita, H. L. Tuttle.
Rhea Bradley, V. R. Brenner, Geneva Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Brookshire, Mrs. C. Bufano, Doris
Crocker, C. R. Cyphers, Mrs. C. R. Educational
Cyphers, Mrs. William B. Dennis, Ar- Geneva Ackerman, Richard Gima,
lie Mae Dillon, Paul Felker, Theo- Donall Hemphill, W. W. Kennedy,
phil Fischer, Zelda Forrester, Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Kennedy, Herbert Liu,
Katheryn Francis, Mrs. Ethel C. Mrs. J. D. Marshall, Mrs. F. E. Rice,
French, Mrs. Vesta L. Friend, Mrs. Irene Wakeham, J. H. Whitney, Au-
Elisabeth Gehring, Vina Georgeson, dra Wood.
Marcella Geraty, Mrs. Fred Habenicht,
Sydney J. Hamilton, Mrs. Lois Han- General
sen, Mrs. L. E. Hardesty, Myrta Hart, Mrs. J. 0. Emmerson, Mrs. R. Gima,
Leeta Hemme, Gerald Johnson, Mrs. Mrs. L. T. Heaton, Mrs. D. Hemp-
Eulalie Koehler, Martha Kuhn, Mrs. hill, Mrs. G. M. MacLafferty, Mrs.
Ethel Lobsien, Martha Doris MacEl- S. Miyake, Mrs. S. Morikone, Mrs,. Al-
vaine, Gladys Martin, Irma Martin, bert Munson, Nellie Roser, Mrs. G. E.
Velma Marxmiller, Leslie Morrill, Taylor, Mrs. H. L. Tuttle. Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. Ruth Nelson, Emma Neufeld, Whitney, Mercedene Wood.
Mabel Popo, Mrs. Irma Potterton, Bible Instructor: Margery Smith.
Mrs. Glenn A. Rogers, Gladys Ros-
ser, Mildred Rutherford, Helen San- Church School Teachers:
ders, Mrs. R. E. Santers, Jean Ste- Alice Boyd, Bong Hee Choy, Ma-3,
vens, W. F. Storz, Hazel Striplin, Elluist, Gertrude Foland. J. H. Hor..
Anita Studebaker, Mrs. Lelah Taylor, ning, Mrs. J. H. Horning, Ev'lyn
Margaret Thurman, Mrs. Enid Van Isaac, Anna Jensen, Mrs. L. Y. L'su,
Asperen, Walter Werth, Mrs. Walter Nellie Odell, Mrs. Winifred Osh'tq,
Werth, Inez Williams, Maurine Wolfe. Emma Ramstead, Betty Riley. Mable
Legal Association: "Central California Taylor.
Conference Association of the Sev- Legal Association: "Hawaiian Associa-
enth-day Adventists, a Corporation." tion of Seventh-day Adventists."
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NEVADA-UTAH CONFERENCE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA


CONFERENCE
Organized 1931
Organized 1911
Territory: The States of Nevada and
Territory: The following-named coun-
Utah, and that part of the State of ties in the State of California: Modoc,
California which lies along and east Siskiyou, Del Norte, Humboldt, Trin-
of Highway 89, beginning at the ity, Mendocino, Shasta, Lassen, Te-
junction of that highway with High- hama, Glenn, Plumas, Butte, Sierra,
way 50 south of Lake Tahoe and Lake, Colusa, Sutter, Yuba, Nevada,
continuing northward along Highway Eldorado, Placer, Sonoma, MarM,
89 to the junction of that highway Napa, Yolo, Amador, Calaveras, Sac-
with Highway 36 west of Lake Alma- ramento, San Joaquin, Contra Costa,
nor, and along and south of Highway Alameda, Solano, with the exception
36 eastward to the junction of that of that small portion of these coun-
highway with Highway 395, continu- ties along and east of Highway 89,
ing eastward along Highway 395 and beginning at the junction of that
an unnumbered roadway to the Cali- highway with Highway 50, south of
fornia-Nevada line. Lake Tahoe and continuing north-
Population: 675,970 ; churches, 19 ; ward along Highway 89 to the junc-
members, 806. tion of that highway with Highway
36 west of Lake Almanor and along
Office Address: 1852 S. Eighth East, and south of Highway 36 eastward
Salt Lake City, Utah. (Telephone, to the junction of that highway with
6-2747.) Highway 395, continuing eastward
along Highway 395 and an unnum-
Postal Address: Box 139, Sugarhouse bered roadway to the California-
Station, Salt Lake City, Utah. Nevada line.
Officers: Population: 1,507,701; churches, 74;
President, H. H. Hicks. members, 8,706.
Secretary-Treasurer, E. A. Schmidt. Office: 1811 Eleventh Ave., Oakland,
Executive Committee: H. H. Hicks, Calif. (Phone, KEllog 4-1710.)
Amos Hansen, S. M. Jefferson, E. A. Postal Address: Box 149, Oakland 4,
Schmidt. H. W. Tamka, C. M. Smith, Calif:
B. J. White. Officers:
Departmental Secretaries: President, W. B. Ochs.
Book and Bible House, Temperance, Secretary-Treasurer, F. T. Oakes.
and Radio, E. A. Schmidt. Executive Committee: W. B. Ochs,
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Sab- M. R. Bailey, F. 0. Fowler, D. A.
bath School, D. E. Jacobs. Neufeld, F. T. Oakes, E. L. Place,
Field Missionary, W. P. Henderson. J. C. Rasmussen, B. A. Reile, W. W.
Home Missionary and Religious Lib- Ruble.
erty, H. H. Hicks. Departmental Secretaries:
Ordained Ministers: Book and Bible House, W. W. West.
W. P. Barto, H. H. Hicks, S. M. Jef- Educational and Temperance, W. W.
ferson, F. H. Rahm, B. J. White. Ruble.
Field Missionary, George H. Carter.
Licensed Ministers: Home Missionary, H. M. Burwell.
W. M. Adams, Jr., R. M. Gardner, Medical, Eva 1. Beeler.
W. P. Henderson, D. E. Jacobs. Ejler Religious Liberty, W. B. Ochs.
Jensen, Don Loutzenhiser, Jack Pro- Sabbath School, J. A. Neilsen.
vonsha, R. F. Radke, Richard Rent- Y. P. M. V. and Counsellor on War
fro, E. A. Schmidt, David Smith. Service Problems, L. A. Skinner.
Ordained Ministers:
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
G. K. Abbott, W. B. Ammundsen, C.
Mrs. Mabel Monks, Mrs. R. H. Rahm, E. AcMoody, M. R. Bailey, A. V.
Maidelle Dozier, Muriel Wichman. Bentz, S. T. Borg, H. M. Burwell,
P. 0. Campbell, H. D. Dobbins, F. 0.
Church School Teachers: Fowler, C. W. Hartwick, E. F. Heim,
R. M. Gardner, Mrs. R. M. Gardner, 0. A. Hall, W. L. Hyatt, Seikichi
Mrs. Alice Goodrich, Grace Harvey, Imai, T. H. Jemison, M. A. Maloney,
Ruby Dell McGee, Mrs. Ruth Nelson, B. W. Mattison.
Mrs. Winnie Peek. J. A. Neilsen, A. E. Nelson, W. B.
Ochs, H. A. Peckham, F. L. Perry, E.
Legal Association: "Nevada-Utah Asso- F. Peterson, Joseph Phillips, B. A.
ciation of Seventh-day Adventists." Reile. H. A. Rentfro, J. W. Rich,
PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 53

W. W. Ruble, A. 0. Sage, Paul Woodall, Mrs. Mae Woodcock, Mrs.


Scoggins, L. A. Skinner, F. A. Ida Wyman, Robert Young.
Stahl, A. F. Storz, T. L. Thuem-
Legal Association: "Northern California
ler, J. L. Tucker, L. E. Tupper, War-
Conference Association of the Sev-
ren Wittenberg, T. D. Zaharis.
enth-day Adventists," a corporation.
Honorary: B. L. Diffenbacher, C. C.
Landis, V. B. Watts.
SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA
Licensed Ministers: CONFERENCE
Carl Anderson, S. Arrabito, Reuben
Reorganiied 1932
Biloff, W. B. Bristow, Edwin Broad-
beck. George H. Carter, Stephen Territory: The following-named- coun-
Chang, Herbert Greer, John Hancock, ties in the State of California: San
Shelby Harris. Waldo Hasseltine. Clif- Diego, Orange, Imperial, Riverside,
ford Hanson, Merle G. Hoffman, San Bernardino.
Ivar Loe, W. Arthur Morgan, Gilbert Population: 746,480 ; churches, 47 ;
McConnell, Robert C. McPherson, D. members, 7,036.
A. Neufeld, F. T. Oakes, C. R. Olm-
stead, Robert Olson, Carol F. Phillips, Office: 9707 Magnolia Ave., Arlington,
Clyde Sage, E. L. Wallace, T. R. Calif. (Telephone, 9012.)
Waterhouse. W. W. West, P. K. Wi- Postal Address: Box 584, Arlington,
ley, W. Wilkinson. Calif.
Honorary: F. A. Lashier. Officers:
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: President, L. E. Biggs. (Telephone,
Eva Beeler, Mrs. Reuben Biloff, Giles Riverside 9736-It.)
L. Cooper, Rose Nell Garvin, Amelia Secretary-Treasurer, Charles J. Na-
Hand, Ella McBroom, L. C. Metcalfe, gele.
E. L. Place, Majel Ross, Dorothy Executive Committee: L. E. Biggs,
Reichard, Lydia Schander, Eva Work- M. B. Graybill, A. C. Larsen, G. S.
man, Marian Wight, Evelynne Luther, G. R. E. McNay, Charles J.
Wright. Nagele, J. C. Nixon, L. R. Rasmus-
Bible Instructors: sen, H. J. Shaw, S. A. Smith, W. W.
White.
Soverine Anderson, Thelma Flattum,
Viola Farrow, Mary Hartwell, Departmental Secretaries:
Florence Kimmel, Louise King, Mrs. Book and Bible House, Henry Norton.
Nan Mackenzie, Mrs. L. M. May- Educational, W. 0. Baldwin.
cock, Stella Petersen, Mrs. Mae Van Field Missionary, A. E. Van Noty.
Horne. Home Missionary and Associate Med-
ical, C. J. Ritchie.
Church School Teachers: Medical, E. H. Shyrock.
R. P. Axtell, A. R. Barron, Mrs. A. Religious Liberty, L. E. Biggs.
R. Barron, Edwin Eroadbeck, Lena Sabbath School and Radio,
Butler, Reuben Biloff, Winnif red Y. P. M. V., J. C. Nixon.
Craig, Antonia Dezhovsky, Mrs. Jes-
sie H. Dillon, June Ehrlers, Elaine Ordained Ministers:
Ennis, Mrs. Lettie Fiman, A. 0. F. L. Abbott, L. R. Anderson, Na-
Forbes, Mrs. A. 0. Forbes, Venita thaniel Banks, Lloyd E. Biggs, I. M.
Fox, Faith Fullerton, Mrs. Marguer- Burka, T. L. Copeland, D. E. Dirksen,
ite Fox, Mrs. Myrtle Gallion. Glenn L. Goffar, J. C. Haussler, Ed-
Mrs. Thelma Galbraith, Mur- ward Heppenstall, P. C. Heubach, A.
iel Harlow, Mrs. Ethel Hesseltine, C. Larsen, G. S. Luther, G. R. E.
Mrs. Bernice Hanson, Martha Har- B. Huenergardt, V. J. Johns, F. W.
lin, Mrs. Elna Harness, Mrs. Myrtle Johnston, R. H. Kezer, E. J. Lorntz,
Hartwick, Mrs. Hazella Jewel, Mil- G. R. E. McNay, J. C. Nixon,
dred Jones, Kathleen Kachuck, Eve- L. F. Passebois, N. C. Petersen, L.
lyn Karr, Veda Layton, Mrs. Velno R. Rasmussen. E. R. Reynolds, C. J.
Lotz, Harold Mauk, Mrs. Lila Mar- Ritchie, F. F. Schwindt, H. J. Shaw,
shall, Evelyn Oberti, Mrs. Vera J. T. Thompson, A. E. Van Noty,
Palmer, Mrs. Janie Price, Willfred W. W. White.
Rathbun, Mrs. B. R. Ream, Merrill Honorary: L. J. Borrowdale, D. R.
Reese, Frances Rigdon, Mrs. Dorothy White.
Roach, Mrs. Empress Sampson,
Claire Sappingfield, Hiram W. Sauer, Licensed Ministers:
Mrs. Hiram W. Sauer, Mrs. Wilma Harlyn Abel, Milton Adams, Wilfred
Schafer, Mavis Smith, Ruth Terrill, J. Airey, K. F. Ambs, W. E. Ander-
Dorothy Thompson, Mrs. Grace Tol- son, Gabriel Arregui, W. 0. Baldwin,
ton, Mrs. Myrtle Ulrey, Mrs. Howard Charles Betz, Dennis Black, Glen
54 PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE

Bowen, J. Norvell Brown, L. C. Cav- SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CON-


iness, J. N. Clapp, Walter Crandall, FERENCE
L. E. Downs, Claude Heitman, Leland
Hesseltine, Vern Mallernee, Harry Organized 1901
Morse, Charles J. Nagele, C. E. Nel- Territory: The following counties in the
son, Louis C. Palmer, N. L. Parker, State of California: Los Angeles,
K. J. Reynolds, William C. Risley, Ventura, Inyo, Mono, that part of
Allen Sackett, A. V. Serra, A. R. Kern County lying south and east of
Stadin, J. E. Van Divier, E. A. the Tehachapi Mountains, and all
Wagner. that part of Santa Barbara County
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: lying to the east and south of a line
beginning at the intersection of the
Educational 120th meridian with the north bound-
Margarete Ambs, Mabel Andre, Max- ary line of said Santa Barbara County,
ine Atteberry, R. W. Bickett, Doris thence south on the said 120th merid-
Carlson, Willcta Carlsen, Mrs. Kath- ian to the summit of the No Joqui
ryn Colhower Wood, H. E. Chilton, Grade; thence following the No
L. H. Cushman, Elmer Digneo, Edna Joqui" Grade in a southwesterly direc-
Farnsworth, R. H. Hervig, Mabel Jen- tion to the Pacific Ocean.
sen, Glee King, W. G. Lawson, C. F.
Martin, Mrs. Delpha Miller, Mrs. Population: 2,925,380 ; churches, 59 ;
Alice Morse, Mrs. Olive Palmer, Otto members, 11,232.
Racker, F. E. Romant, Mrs. Mabel Office: 3131 Pasadena Ave., Los Angeles,
Curtis Romant, George Thompson, A. Calif. (Telephone, Capitol 7344.)
L. Toews, Velma Wallace, Edwin C.
Walter. Postal Address: Station A, Box 148,
Medical Los Angeles 31, Calif.
A. C. Larson. Officers:
General President, David Voth.
Esther Borrowdale, Frank Ford, Oma Secretary-Treasurer, R. G. Lewis.
Gentry, Betty Greable, Ruth Lehman, Executive Committee: David Voth,
Mrs. Hazel E. Morey, Henry Norton, R. G. Lewis, L. E. Folkenberg, W.
Twila Schooley, Doris Smith, Pauline J. Harris, R. C. Leggit, F. L. Peter-
Underwood, Elwood Van Noty. son, R. Rodriquez, L. B. Schick, B. R.
Bible Instructors: Spear, H. B. Thomas, W. G. Wirth.
Mrs. G. Folkenberg, Mary Della John- Departmental Secretaries:
son, Mrs. Mary E. Little, Mrs. Edith Book and Bible House, Herbert Grif-
Sawyer, Mrs. E. B. Stoddard, Mabel fith.
Suckut, Ernestine Volkers, Mrs. Ma- Educational, J. T. Porter.
bel Weinberg. Field Missionary, W. L. Miller.
Church School Teachers: Home Missionary, Temperance, and
Radio, A. A. Esteb.
Genevieve Andres, Gabriel Arregui, Medical, J. W. McFarland.
Mrs. Agatha Belongia, Maurine Block, Religious Liberty, L. E. Folkenberg.
W. B. Clawson, Mrs. Margaret Crane, Sabbath School, W. J. Harris.
Mrs. Evelyn Dinsmore, John Ewing, Y. P. M. V., W. C. Loveless.
Mrs. Mabel Emley, Lawrence Fer-
guson, Mrs. Margaret Fye, Robert Ordained Ministers:
Gale, Helen Goett, Mrs. Mary Groome, R. F. Alderson, J. W. Allison, A. D.
Mrs. Ethel Haley, Willamae Hawkins, Armstrong, H. E. Baasch, A. E.
Vada Ruling, Leona James, Mrs. Barnes, W. E. Bair, A. L. Bietz, Mil-
Alyda Jarrett, Helen Johnson, Anna ler Brockett, R. C. Calderone, H.
Johnston, Allene Lancaster, Eliza- A. Curran, E. M. Davis, Arthur
beth Larsen, Marie Lucas, Mrs. Rilla Delafield, W. A. Dunn, A. A. Es-
Manning, Mrs. Marguerite Maxam, teb, L. E. Folkenberg, C. E. Grant,
Alma Nephew, Mrs. Mary O'Neil, G. B. Raining, W. J. Harris, J. F.
Mildred Ostich, Mrs. Marlys Owen, Huenergardt, W. R. Jefferson, A. H.
Frances Ross, Marilyn Ross, Edward Johns, P. L. Knox, H. Camden Lacey,
Scott, Mrs. Hazel Shafer, Ruth Sha- F. G. Lane, W. C. Loveless, W. S.
fer, Robert Shepard, A. W. Spalding, McCully, F. W. Miller, W. L. Miller,
Jr., Bernice Squier, Anna Wazdat- R. D. Moon, C. C. Morlan, Lawrence
skey, Mrs. Lola Willard. M. Nelson, A. T. Okohira, F. M.
Legal Associations: "Southeastern Cali- Owen, F. L. Peterson, J. T. Porter,
fornia Association of Seventh-day Ad- W. H. Schacht, L. B. Schick, H. J.
ventists ;" "Seventh-day Adventists Sheldon, J. A. Simonson, B. R. Spear,
Association of Southeastern Califor- J. H. N. Tindall, Owen A. Troy,
nia, a Corporation Sole." David Voth, H. L. Wallace, C. R.
PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 55

Webster, B. F. Williams, W. G. cler, Mrs. ' Recarda Blough, Dovie


Wirth, L. M. Guthrie. Brix, Mrs. Edward Bruce, Mrs. Vivian
Honorary: Riley Russell. Bradford, Mrs. Carrie Brown, Mrs.
Barbara Campbell, Mrs. Effie Carroll,
Licensed Ministers: Mrs. June Casebeer, Mabel Cason,
Henry Baerg, Walter Barber, J. Bur- Mrs. Claria Craig, Mrs. Leona Cod-
nell Currier, W. B. Dart, Henry de dington, Mrs. Helen Collins, Mrs. R.
Fluiter, J. F. Dent. B. M. Emerson, F. Cook, Mrs. J. F. Dent, C. H. Dye,
A. J. Escobar, Harold Graham, Rob- Mrs. C. J. Foster, R. J. Geier, Ethel
ert Greiner, Herbert Griffith, James Griese, Elinore Hahn, Vione Hendrix,
Jaspersen, R. L. Klingbill, R. G. Mrs. Ward Hill, Mrs. Mattie Hughes,
Lewis. Harold Lindsey, Melvin Luk- Mrs. Virgil Jackson, Rhola Fern Jef-
ens, George B. Nelson, H. B. Thomas, ferson, Vera Jones, Marjorie Keene,
H. Eugene Walker. Edna Kilcher, Joan Kewley, Mrs. J.
A. Land, Mrs. Marian Lewis, Mrs. T.
Honorary: Rudolph Rodriguez, W. W. A. McFarland, Virginia McCool, Mrs.
Worster. Hazel Merkel, Janette Miller, Grace
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Morel, Helena Moore, Alfrieda Mor-
tensen, Elsie Nelson, Mrs. Fred Nor-
Educational wood, Mrs. Gertrude Nunn, Mrs. De
Grove Padgett, Adolphes Parker, Mrs.
D. G. Bower, J. W. Craig, Charles Virginia Perry, Mrs. F. L. Peterson,
Dickerson, P. E. Limerick, Gerald G. Mrs. Helen Phillips, Mrs. Violet
Neff, J. J. Paulson, Carl Petterson, Pierce, Norma Lee Rhodes, Paul Rice,
J. Truman Reed, Paul G. Wipperman. Virginia Roberts, Emilie Robinson,
Medical Ralph Robinson, Adriann Ross, Mrs.
Flora Sageberd, Laura Shafer, Mil-
Mrs. W. E. Barr, Lillian Bonner, dred Shannon, Cathryne Spech, M.
M. S. Bordeau, Louise Brown, H. Shryock, Mrs. Vivian Smith, Bernice
Ruth Bunston, C. Leroy Burke, Doris Soliday, Mrs. Thelma Swayze, Mrs.
Byler, Fred Carpenter, Helen Coslick, 0. A. Troy, C. 0. Trubey, Alice Went-
Enola Davis, W. E. Eberhardt, Ellen worth, Elinor Wentworth, Mrs. Clara
Gibson, Kent Griffin, Cletis Hanahan, Wessels, Crystal Wheeling, Mrs. Her-
A. P. Hanson, Erma P. Henise, Cath- bert White, Mrs. Anna Wilson.
erine Herman, Margaret Hoyt, Crys-
tle Jensen, Debora John, Charlotte Legal Association: "Southern Califor-
Knox, Rosa Kozel, V. J. Logan, A. T. nia Association of Seventh-day Ad-
McGuffin, C. C. Martin, Edna Patter- ventists:" Secretary-Treasurer, B. M.
son, Lawrence Paulson, E. C. Peifer, Emerson.
Fern Potter, C. W. Saunders, Laura
Serns, Martha Simmerman, Dorothy INSTITUTIONS IN THE PACIFIC
Mae Smith, Ralph Smith, Fred UNION CONFERENCE
Stuckey, Lois B. Stuckey, Olen Tag- Educational:
gart, Eleanor Towle, Ethel Walker. Colleges
General College of Medical Evangelists, Loma
Gertie Lee Alexander, Viola Borchart, Linda and Los Angeles, Calif.
Alberta Butler, Earl J. Gregg, Mrs. La Sierra College, La Sierra Station,
Earl J. Gregg, Jennie L. Ireland, Arlington, Calif.
John Nahorney, Leona Peifer, Mrs. Pacific Union College, Angwin, Napa
0. W. Serns, Helen Thompson, Thyra Co., Calif.
Thompson, Selma Uhrig, Enola Var- Boarding Academies
ney, Ophelia Voth, Ruth West. Arizona Academy, 1325 N. 14th St.,
Bible Instructors: Phoenix, Ariz.
Lodi Academy, Box 640, Lodi, Calif.
Mrs. Irene Anderson, Myrtis Beaman, Pacific Union Academy, Angwin,
Angeline Belyanski, Oleta Butcher, Napa Co., Calif.
Mrs. T. Fullerton, Una Greene, Vi-
enna Hamilton, Mary D. Hopkins, Non-Boarding Academies
Reathel Jenkins, Mrs. Myrtle King, Armona Union Academy, Box 216,
Mrs. Evelyn Knight, Ada Madison, Armona, Calif.
Lillian Santee, Mrs. E. V. Smith, Mrs. Fresno Academy, 841 W. Belmont
Ella Townsend, Hester B. Walsh, Mrs. Ave., Fresno 1, Calif.
Esta A. Wyrick. Glendale Union Academy, 700 Kimlin
Drive, Glendale 6, Calif.
Church School Teachers: Golden Gate Academy, 1709 Alcatraz
Mrs. Helen Albright, Mrs. Genevia Ave., Berkeley, Calif.
Alcorn, Olga Almskog. Merwin Bar- Hawaiian Mission Academy and Ad-
ber, Mrs. Harriett Bauer, Robert vanced Training School, 1415 Ma-
Benton, Z. R. Benston, Gladys Beu- kiki St., Honolulu 4, Hawaii.
56 SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE

Kern Academy, Shafter, Calif. Sanitariums:


Loma Linda Academy, Loma Linda, Glendale Sanitarium and Hospital,
Calif. 1509 E. Wilson Ave., Glendale 6,
Lynwood Academy, 11081 Locust St., Calif. (Mail address, Box 871,
Lynwood, Calif. Glendale, Calif.)
Modesto Union Academy, 210 Figaro Loma Linda Sanitarium, Loma Linda,
St., Modesto, Calif.
Mountain View Union Academy, Calif.
Paradise Valley Sanitarium, National
Mountain View, Calif.
Redwood Empire Academy, 950 Wright City, Calif.
St. Helena Sanitarium, Sanitarium,
Road, Santa Rosa, Calif. Napa Co., Calif.
San Diego Union Academy, 3067 G. White Memorial Hospital, 312 N.
St., San Diego, Calif. Boyle Ave., Los Angeles 33, Calif.
Publishing: Food Company:
Pacific Press Pub. Assn., Mountain Loma Linda Food Co., Arlington,
View, Calif. Calif.

SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1932

Territory: The States of Alabama, land, B. E. Wagner, C. E. Weaks, K.


Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Missis- A. Wright.
sippi, North Carolina, South Caro- Honorary: W. L. Adkins, W. E. Bid-
lina, and Tennessee, comprising the well, C. E. Boynton, J. F. Brownlee,
Conferences of Alabama-Mississippi, C. J. Buhalts, A. J. Clark, V. 0. Cole,
Carolina, Florida, Georgia-Cumber- 0. B. Crary, F. W. Field, M. C. Guild,
land, and Kentucky-Tennessee. H. C. Hartwell, K. R. Haughey, S.
Population: 21,270,789 ; churches, 316 ; G. Haughey, H. W. Hirlinger, A. E.
members, 20,426. Hughes, H. M. Kelley, J. H.
Krum, J. B. Locken, C. F. McVagh,
Office: 437 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., J. D. Reavis, W. F. H. Schroader, C.
Decatur, Ga. (Telephone, Dearborn B. Stephenson, R. E. Stewart, Charles
7748.) Thompson, Allen Walker, H. C. J.
Postal Address: Box 449, Decatur, Ga. Walleker, P. A. Webber, L. E. Well-
man.
Officers:
President, E. F. Hackman. Licensed Ministers:
Secretary-Treasurer, Charles Franz. S. D. Brown, C. C. Cleveland, F. A.
Auditor and Transportation Agent, Coffin, Charles Franz, C. J. Larsen,
Charles Franz. H. F. Lease, D. C. Ludington, E. C.
Executive Committee: E. F. Hack- Waller, Daniel Walther.
man, H. J. Capman, M. E. Chapman, Honorary: Mrs. Minnie Sype Atte-
I. M. Evans, L. C. Evans, Charles berry, C. G. Ortner, T. E. Pavey, L.
Franz, C. J. Larsen, H. B. Lundquist, D. Randall.
T. L. Oswald, B. M. Preston, F. 0.
Sanders, E. A. Sutherland, B. E. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Wagner, K. A. Wright. Educational
Departmental Secretaries: Mrs. Olive Batson, R. K. Boyd,
Educational and Y. P. M. V., H. B. Theresa Brickman, Mrs. Oliva Dean,
Lundquist. Mrs. Mary Dietel, C. W. Dortch,
Field Missionary, B. E. Wagner. Nellie Feree, Ola K. Gant, J. W. Gep-
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, ford, Dora Greve, Maude Jones, G. J.
and Radio, B. M. Preston. Nelson, J. B. Pierson, C. A. Williams,
Religious Liberty, Temperance, and Mrs. C. A. Williams.
Counsellor on War Service Prob- Publishing
lems, M. E. Chapman.
R. A. Curtis, L. F. Durocher, Shirley
Ordained Ministers: Eldridge, W. C. Gracey, W. A. Har-
J. F. Ashlock, M. E. Chapman, R. E. vey, F. E. Robert, W. R. White.
Crawford, E. F. Hackman, J. S., General
James, C. F. Larsen, T. K. Ludgate,
H. B. Lundquist, R. L. Odom, B. M. R. G. Bowen, Ruby Simmons.
Preston, C. A. Russell, E. A. Suther- Honorary : Mrs. Grace Henriksen.
SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE 57

Bible Instructors: Office Address: 1703 - 24th Ave., Me-


Honorary: Mrs. M. Balsbaugh, Mary ridian, Miss. (Phone 431.)
E. Baxter, Elizabeth McHugh, Ethel
Officers:
M. Meek, Ruth Orchill, Mrs. Margaret
Smith. President, H. J. Capman.
Secretary-Treasurer, J. M. Jansen.
Legal Association: "Southern Union
Executive Committee: 11. J. Capman,
Conference Association of Seventh-
C. J. Ashlock, F. H. Dortch, J. M.
day Adventists." Jansen, W. J. Keith, A. C. Lien, H.
Colored Department 0. Rogers.
Officers: Departmental Secretaries:
President, E. F. Hackman. Book and Bible House, S. C. Ronning.
Secretary-Treasurer, Charles Franz. Educational and Y. P. M. V., L. W.
Secretary Colored Dept., H. D. Sin- 1 Pettis:
gleton. Field Missionary, C. W. Beach ; As-
Assistant Educational, Home Mission- sistants, W. E. Adams, F. L. Mc-
ary, Sabbath School, and Y. P. M. V., Kee.
Anna Knight. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
V. W. Esquilla.
Committee: E. F. Hackman, H. J. Religious Liberty: Alabama, C. F.
Capman, I. M. Evans, L. C. Evans, Graves : Mississippi, A. C. Lien.
W. W. Fordham, Charles Franz, T. L. Colored Department, H. R. Murphy.
Oswald, F. S. Keitts, F. 0. Sanders,
Anna Knight, H. R. Murphy, H. 'D. Ordained Ministers:
Singleton, J. G. Thomas, R. F. War-
nick. C. J. Ashlock. H. J. Capman, J. D.
Dobbs, V. W. Esquilla, W. D. Fleming,
Ordained Ministers: C. F. Graves, W. J. Keith, A. C.
0. B. Edwards, J. L. Moran, C. E. Lien, J. R. Perkins, L. W. Pettis.
Moseley, H. D. Singleton. Licensed Ministers:
Honorary : J. A. Bookhart, J. F. C. W. Beach, H. Davis, J. M. Jansen,
Crichlow, N. J. Grant, N. B. King, E. Marley, W. L. Mazart, C."Melendy,
C. M. Kinney, M. C. Strachen. W. Moore, C. Petty, S. C. Ronning,
Licensed Ministers: W. W. Scott, L. H. Pitton.
C. A. Dent. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Honorary: C. B. Holloway.
C. E. Botimer, F. L. McKee.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Bible Instructors:
Educational Mrs. M. I3uford, Mrs. Rena May
N. E. Ashby. Mrs. Carl Bailey, Mrs. Clark, Margaret Fuller, Jean Meyer,
E. I. Cunningham, C. E. Galley, Mrs. Sadie Walleker.
Mrs. C. E. Galley, Marian Gresham,
B. B. Inge, L. E. Johnson, Mrs. L. E. Church School Teachers:
Johnson, M. Inez Lang, Edna Amelia Mildred Baldwin, Mrs. C. E. Botimer,
Lett. G. J. Millet, B. T. Turner. Mrs. Olive Clark, Ella Esau, Mrs.
Medical Ben Harr, Paul Hendershot, Annie
Lowe, Mrs. W. A. Moore, Mrs. Mamie
L. E. Ford, Ruth Frazier, Mrs. C. Norrell, Mrs. J. R. Perkins, Mrs.
Thelma Johnson. Cecil Petty, Flora Savelle, Mrs. Alice
General M. Sheffield, Lillie Belle Slaton, Mild-
red Snyder.
Anna Knight.
Legal Association: "Alabama-Missis-
sippi Conference Association of Sev-
ALABAMA-MISSISSIPPI CON- enth-day Adventists."
FERENCE
Organized 1932 Colored Department
Territory: The States of Alabama and Committee: H. J. Capman, J. M.
Mississippi, and the following counties Jansen, V. Lindsay, H. R. Murphy,
in Florida: Escamhia, Santa Rosa, J. F. Street.
Walton, Holmes, Washington. Jack-
son, Okaloosa, Gulf, Bay, and Calhoun. Ordained Ministers:
Population: 5,232.687; churches, 56; B. W. Abney, Sr., V. Lindsay, H. R.
members, 3,072. Murphy, J. F. Street.
58 SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE

Licensed Ministers: Edmund Peterson, E. M. Spivey, Don


W. E. Adams, B. H. Ewing, A. P. ald West, Stanley Will.
McNichols, J. N. Richardson, D. B. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
Simons.
A. A. Jasperson, Catherine Maddux,
Bible Instructors: J. A. Oliver, Eloise Thompson, Mrs.
Ella Johnson, Lucy McDonald. Florence West.
Church School Teachers: Bible Instructors:
B. W. Abney, Jr., Althea Bailey, Mrs. George Brownwell, Rachel May
Seneva Cros-grove, Mrs. Lillian Jones, Lemon, Mrs. M. Lucas.
Mary I. Lang, Hortense Price, Audrey
Church School Teachers:
Reese, Alice Thompson, Mrs. J. A.
Wesley. Mrs. Fred Acuff, Mrs. Beck, Mrs. J.
A. Byrd, Mrs. Lois Eggers, Mrs. Helen
Graham, Mrs. Paul Hamel, Marie
CAROLINA CONFERENCE Holloway, Mrs. Eva Maxson, Mrs.
Organized in 1901 and 1907 as the North Fenton V. Mizelle, Ruth Padgette,
Carolina and South Carolina Confer- Virginia Phillips, Mary Riley, Irma
ences; reorganized as Carolina Con- Shaw, Mrs. C. A. Starr, Mrs. Louis
ference in 1918. Sieberman, Ella Simpson, Mrs. H. H.
Strickland, Mrs. Sadie C. Wilcox.
Territory: The States of North Carolina
and South Carolina, excepting Chero- Legal Association: "Carolina Confer-
kee County, in North Carolina, which ence Association of Seventh-day Ad-
is included in the Georgia-Cumber- ventists, Incorporated."
land Conference. Colored Department
Population: 5,452,614 ; churches, 62 ; Committee: F. 0. Sanders, R. S.
members, 3,192. Blackburn, Matthew Green, F. S.
Office Address: 1936 East Seventh St., Keitts, N. B. Smith.
Charlotte, N. C. (Telephone 6951.; Ordained Ministers:
Postal Address: Box 930, Charlotte, F. S. Keitts, N. B. Smith.
N. C.
Licensed Ministers:
Officers:
Earl Cleveland, W. M. Fordham.
President, F. 0. Sanders. Matthew Green, Isaac Johnson, Ernest
Secretary-Treasurer, R. S. Blackburn. Rogers.
Executive Committee: F. 0. Sanders, Credentialed and Licensed Missionary:
H. R. Beckner, R. S. Blackburn, R. H.
Hartwell, 0. U. Giddings, A. A. 0. B. Hall.
Jasperson, J. A. Oliver, M. C. Patten, Bible Instructors:
R. L. Winders.
Marie Richardson, Charlotte Weeks.
Departmental Secretaries:
Church School Teachers:
Book and Bible House, M. J. Harvey.
Rosetta Baldwin, Marjorie Brown,
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Coun-
sellor on War Service Problems, M. Mrs. Alberta Daniels, Alacyse Jones,
Lillian Nealey, Omar Peltway, Mrs.
E. Moore. Lucille A. Rogers.
Field Missionary, Donald West ; As-
sistant, Donald Kenyon.
Home Missionary, Radio, Sabbath
School and Temperance, J. 0. FLORIDA CONFERENCE
Marsh. Organized 1893
Medical, J. A. Oliver.
Religious Liberty, F. 0. Sanders. Territory: The State of Florida, except-
ing the counties of Escambia, Santa
Ordained Ministers:
Rosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington,
H. R. Beckner, 0. U. Giddings, R. H. Gulf, Jackson, Okaloosa, Bay, and
Hartwell, L. P. Knecht, B. F. Knee- Calhoun, which are included in the
land, J. 0. Marsh, W. 0. Reynolds, Alabama-Mississippi Conference.
F. 0. Sanders, W. T. Smith, J. E.
Whelpley, R. L. Winders. Population: 1,681,484 ; churches, 66 ;
members, 5,690.
Licensed Ministers:
Office: 311 N. Rosalind Ave., Orlando,
H. T. Anderson, R. S. Blackburn, Fla. (Telephone, 8131.)
A. L. Dickerson, M. J. Harvey, Don-
ald Kenyon, Wallace J. Lighthall, Postal Address: Box 1313, Orlando, Fla.
SOUTHERN UNION CONFERENCE 59

Officers: Legal Association: 'Florida Conference


President, L. C. Evans. (Telephone ' Association of Seventh-day Advent-
2-325'7.) ists, Inc."
Secretary-Treasurer, H. E. Schneider. Colored Department
Executive Committee: L. C. Evans, Committee: L. C. Evans, W. W.
R. S. Akers, A. A. Cone, H. J. Doo- Fordham. W. S. Lee, A. J. Bailey,
little, M. K. Eckenroth, J. G. Gjord- L. S. Follette, H. E. Schneider.
ing, J. W. Osborn, H. E. Schneider,
C. A. Wilhelm. Ordained Ministers:
Departmental Secretaries: L. S. Follette, W. W. Fordham, W.
S. Lee, W. G. Mills.
Book and Bible House, C. M. Craw-
ford. Licensed Ministers:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., R. H. J. E. Cox, Jr., H. J. Fordham, Jr.,
Libby. L. R. Hastings, A. L. 'Kirk.
Field Missionary, A. E. Li-yo.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Credentialed and Licensed Missionary:
R. H. Fickling. Perry Nesbitt.
Religious Liberty, L. C. Evans.
Bible Instructors:
Ordained Ministers:
Jennie Hankinson.
A. N. Allen, V. W. Collins, A. A.
Cone, L. 0. Coon, A. E. Deyo, H. J. Church School Teachers:
Doolittle, M. K. Eckenroth, L. C. Mildred Bradford, Charles Cunning-
Evans, R. H. Fickling, J. G. Gjording, ham, Pearl E. Currye, Bernice Davis,
F. W. Harvey, S. R. Haynes, J. M. Henrietta Emmanuel, Mrs. L. S. Fol-
Howell, R. H. Libby, W. P. Lock- lette, Mrs. . H. J. Fordham, Frances
wood, J. W. Osborn, H. S. Prenier, Fountain, Margarite Gardner, Cath-
W. W. Walker, C. A. Wilhelm. erine Murray, Katrina Nesbitt, Lucille
Licensed Ministers: Roberts, Mabel Rollins, Ruth Rollins,
Edward J. Barnes, H. J. Bennett, Trula E. Wade.
R. M. Craig, Lloyd M. Cowin, Don
M. Crandall, C. M. Crawford, N. M.
Harlan, Charles I. Keymer, Lewis GEORGIA-CUMBERLAND CON-
Langworthy, Robert E. Metcalfe, R. FERENCE
C. Mills, H. E. Schneider, Robert Wie- Organized Georgia, 1901, Cumberland,
land, J. R. Young. 1900 ; Consolidated 1932
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Territory: The State of Georgia, Chero-
Educational kee County in North Carolina, and
Louise Batten, Belva Boggs, E. W. Eastern Tennessee, the western
Bradley, Mrs. Georgia Carter, Mrs. boundary being the eastern line of
J. R. Conger, Vernon Kirstein, Wil- the counties of Macon, Trousdale,
liam Kirstein, Mrs. William Kirstein, Wilson, Cannon, Coffee, and Frank-
L. J. Knight, Vera Lester,' Mrs. Alma lin.
Brown Smith, J. E. Tompkins, 0. D. Population: 4,428,706; churches, 77,
Tompkins. members, 4,130.
General Office Address: 547 Cherokee Ave., S.
Edgar Bradley. E., Atlanta, Ga. (Telephone, Jackson
Bible Instructors: 5538.)
Mrs. H. T. Barnhart, Helen Lanham, Postal Address: P. 0. Box 4929, At-
Doris M. Mathews, Fannie Mosby. lanta 2, Ga.
Mrs. George Retzlaff, Lucille Smith. Officers:
Church School Teachers: President, I. M. Evans. (Telephone,
Mabel Andrews, Grace Bush, Juanita Dearborn 2020.)
Carithers, Eileen Conger, Lillian Secretarv-Tceasorer, Charles Fleming,
Gardner, Mrs. Mary Graves, Mrs. Ella Jr. Phone, Dearborn 4702.)
Grosvenor, Lucille Hoskins, Mrs. Executive Committee: I. M. Evans,
Arnold Hudson, A. R. Lawson, Mrs. L. E. Coolidge, Charles Fleming, Jr.,
A. R. Lawson, Vesta Lester, Grayce S. C. Harris, A. E. Lickey, . L. A.
Marquis, S. G. Northcott, Mrs. S. G. Semmens, B. F. Summerour, K. A.
Northcott, Mrs. Marie Pinson, Ruby Wright.
Shreve, Mrs. Mabel Smith, Mrs. Ida
Departmental Secretaries:
Sollenberger, Mrs. Geraldine Stanley,
Patricia Sullivan, Mrs. A. L. Tadlock, Book and Bible House, C. L. Paddock.
Lucile Turner, E. G. Wrigley, Ethel Educational and Y. P. M. V., Marion
Young. Sietz.
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Field Missionary, A. C. McKee. Licensed Ministers:


Assistant, Sam Martz. C. A. Lynes, P. H. Morgan, Richard
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Robinson, Walter M. Starks, Osceola
George Butler. White, John S. Wise.
Medical, J. F. Schneider.
Religious Liberty, I. M. Evans. Credentialed and Licensed Missionary:
Ordained Ministers: F. A. Osterman.
0. D. Cardey, I. M. Evans, W. D. Church School Teachers:
Frazee, S. C. Harris, W. E. Lanier.
A. E. Lickey, A. D. McKee, C. L. L. Amelia Batson, Mrs. Esma David,
Paddock, L. A. Semmens, F. C. Web- Katie Green. Ceola Hagan, Bernice
ster, J. M. Cox. Hall, Mrs. Hattie Osterman, Mrs.
Billie B. Rowe, Mrs. Emma Scott,
Honorary: G. Mediairy. Mrs. M. B. Stevens.
Licensed Ministers:
Paul Collins, J. G. Conmack, Charles
Fleming, Jr., John Hegeman, W. A. KENTUCKY-TENNESSEE CON-
Hilliard, Edgar Keslake, E. A. Lemon, FERENCE
Byron Lighthall, Harry M. Lodge,
Sam Martz, A. C. McKee, F. D. Meint- Organized: Kentucky, 1908; Tennes-
zer, Walker Oliphant, Milton Reiber, see, 1888 ; Consolidated 1932
Richard G. Schirner.
Territory: The State of Kentucky and
Honorary: J. R. Mitchell, J. F.
Western Tennessee, the eastern bound-
Schneider. ary being the eastern line of the coun-
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: ties of Macon, Trousdale,
Cannon, Coffee, Franklin.
Evelyn Blackburn, Helen Ellis, G. N.
Fuller, Edith Haas, W. S. James, Population: 4,475,298 ; churches, 55 ;
Marguerite Lilly, Mrs. Harry M. members, 4,342.
Lodge, Dorothy McCullough,_ Lois Mc-
Kee, Mrs. Geraldine Parrott, Mrs. Office: 2001 - 24th Ave., N., Nashville,
Bertha Peake. Marion G. Seitz, George Tenn. (Telephone, 6-0573.)
Waters, Edna Wilbur. Officers:
Bible Instructors: President, T. L. Oswald.
Mrs. J. G. Conmack, Dorothy Det- Secretary-Treasurer, C, W. Higgins.
wiler, Nell Ketterman, Mrs. H. W. Executive Committee: T. L. Oswald,
Smith, Mrs. R. 0. Terry. Jeff Hickman, C. W. Higgins, S. M.
Schleifer, W. E. Strickland, J. T.
Church School Teachers: Wheeler.
Delota Ake. Mrs. Bessie Baker, Lor-
raine Davis, Mrs. Claudia Dillard, Departmental Secretaries:
Minnie Gobel, H. W. Ingham, Mrs. Book and Bible House, C. L. Jacobs.
H. W. Ingham, Mrs. B. J. Jameson, Educational and Y. P. M. V., J. C.
Mrs. Eva Lysell, Mrs. Mabel Maguire, Gaitens.
Dorothy Mathews, Juanita Mathieu, Field Missionary, P. E. Shakespeare.
Lorraine Mauldin, E. E. Messinger, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Mrs. L. B. Pine. Nellie Jane W. E. Kuester.
Smith, Martha Soule, Mrs. Lee Roy Religious Liberty: Kentucky, W. E.
Spurgeon, Mrs. R. L. Underwood, Strickland ; Tennessee, T. L. Os-
Mrs. Frances Waldron, Edna Wells, wald.
Mrs. Lela Whorton, Mary Winkler,
Marie Wrenn. Ordained Ministers:
Legal Associations: "The Cumberland J. E. All, H. D. Colburn, J. H. Cap-
Conference Association of Seventh- man, J. C. Gaitens, LeRoy Hunter,
day Adventists, Incorporated." "The J. S. Jameson, R. I. Keate, T. L.
Georgia Conference Association of Oswald, A. F. Purcell, P. E. Shake-
Seventh-day Adventists, Incorporated." speare, B. H. Shaw, S. M. Schleifer,
W. E. Strickland. H. A. Vandeman,
Colored Department Frank Weeks. H. J. Welch.
Committee: I. M. Evans, Charles Licensed Ministers:
Fleming Jr., J. W. Jones, C. A.
Lynes, J. G. Thomas. A. N. Atteberry, Kenneth Berry, Jack
Lee Bowers, G. H. Boehrig, L. M.
Ordained Ministers: Heifner, C. W. Higgins, C. L. Jacobs,
J. W. Jones, F. H. Stevens, J. G. W. E. Kuester, A. W. Perrine, Luther
Thomas. Watson, A. W. Werline.
SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE 61

Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:


Educational Educational
Mrs. Alice Boyd, Minnie Brown. Mrs. Mrs. D. M. S. Custard, Bernice Davis,
Betty K. Harter, Mrs. G. B. Kathka, Mrs. Mildred Britton, Myrtle Miles,
Ferrell McMahen, Elsie Weeks, Edra Mrs. J. A. Wesley.
Wigle.
General Church School Teachers:
Mary Cowdrick, Mrs. R. L. Davis, Mrs. R. D. Cleveland, Musette Reeves.
Mrs. Julia Grow, Doris Scotland,
Louise Thomson, Edna Walker.
Bible Instructors:
Marye Burdick, Mrs. Lucia Lee, Mrs.
A. W. Perrine, Mrs. J. W. Wilhelm. INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTHERN
Church School Teachers: UNION CONFERENCE
Mrs. H. H. Ard, Mrs. H. V. Ashley, Educational:
Mrs. W. S. Byram, Mrs. W. J. Keele,
H. H. Kuhlman, Flora Lester, Mrs. Atlanta Union Academy, 734 Mercer
H. M. Matthews, Mrs. J. Malone, Ave., S. E., Atlanta 2, Ga.
Miriam More, Yvonne Rumley, Lois Forest Lake Academy, Route 2, Mait-
Teele. land, Fla.
Legal Association: "Kentucky-Tennes- Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala.
see Conference Association of Sev- Oakwood College Academy, Hunts-
enth-day Adventists, Inc." ville, Ala.
Southern Junior College, Collegedale,
Colored Department ' Tenn.
Committee, T. L. Oswald, C. W. Hig-
gins, I. H. Hudson, H. J. Miller, R. Publishing:
F. Warnick. Southern Publishing Assn., 2119-2125
Ordained Ministers: 24th Ave., N., Nashville 8, Tenn.
H. J. Miller, R. F. Warnick, W. H. Sanitariums:
Winston.
Florida Sanitarium and Hospital,
Licensed Ministers: Drawer 3673, Orlando, Fla.
W. E. Arties, W. J. Cleveland, Oscar Riverside Sanitarium and Hospital,
Dunn, N. G. Simmons, W. C. Webb. 800 Youngs Lane, Nashville, Teon.

SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1901: Reorganized 1902

Territory: The States of Arkansas, aughey, L. L. McKinley, D. W.


Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Palmer, Emanuel Remsen, R. J. Roy,
and Texas, excepting San Juan F. D. Wells.
County in New Mexico, comprising Departmental Secretaries:
the Conferences of Arkansas-Louisi-
ana, Oklahoma, Texas, and Texico. Educational and Y. P. M. V., R. J.
Roy.
Population: 13,579,228 ; churches, 201, Field Missionary, Emanuel Remsen.
members, 12,480. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
E. A. Manry.
Office Address: Keene, Tex. (Tele- Religious Liberty, J. W. Turner.
phone and Telegraph, Cleburne, Tex., Counsellor on War Service Prob-
9061-F21.) lems, R. J. Roy.
Officers: Ordained Ministers:
President, J. W. Turner. G. A. Campbell, H. H. Hamilton, E.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, W. A. Manry, A. M. Ragsdale, Emanuel
E. Abernathy. Ren,sen, J. B. Ross, R. J. Roy, J. W.
Transportation Agent, W. E. Aber- Turner, G. T. Vore, A. J. Wearner.
nathy. Honorary: N. H. Conway, I. A.
Executive Committee: J. W. Turner, Crane, C. J. Dart, B. M. Garton, D.
W. E. Abernathy, R. R. Beitz, H. H. U. Hale, A. G.Haughey, J. G.
Hamilton, E. A. Manry, J. L. McCon- le, J. I. Taylor.
()blander, W. R. Poh
62 SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE

Licensed Ministers: Departmental Secretaries:


W. E. Abernathy, S. W. Drake, Wil- Book and Bible House, Kenneth Beem.
mer Eiseman, A. E. Hall, D. W. Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Coun-
Palmer, H. L. Shull, J. C. Turner. sellor on War Service Problems,
Honorary: D. E. McNeil. Lee Carter.
Field Missionary, C. L. Grandon.
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Educational R. E. Delafield.
Religious Liberty, F. D. Wells.
Esther D. Ambs, J. D. Anderson,
Marie Anderson, R. L. Carr, Sallie Ordained Ministers:
Espinosa, J. H. Metzger, Mrs. Flora C. R. Beeler, Joseph Calderone, Isaac
Moyers, Nellie Phillips, B. S. Put- Baker, G. R. Carter, Lee Carter, M.
nam, Maude Reid, W. C. Robin- R. Garrett, W. J. Hackett, H. H. Mat-
son, Mrs. Malissa Ruybalid, Wilbert tison, H. S. Miller, F. D. Wells, M.
Schneider; Letha Taylor, Mrs. J. C. L. Wilson.
Turner, Mabel Wood, Mary Wood-
ward. Licensed Ministers:
General Frank Ashley, K. C. Beem, Albert B.
Butler, Virgil Chilson, R. E. Dela-
Dorothy Harrison. field, Louis Fick, T. R. Gardner,
Legal Association: "The Southwestern C. L. Grandon, F. H. Hewitt, Toshi
Union Conference Corporation of Sev- Hirabayashi, LeRoy J. Leiske, Morris
enth-day Adventists." Board of Trus- Lowry. W. D. Pierce, Guy William-
tees: J. W. Turner, President ; W. E. son, Clinton Woodland.
Abernathy, Secretary-Treasurer; H.
H. Hamilton, E. A. Manry, J. L. Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries:
McConaughey, F. D. Wells.
Educational
Colored Department Grace Bell, Byrd Bullard, Mrs. Virgil
Officers: Chilson, Edward Coffman, Roy Cole,
Mrs. Crystal Duce, Louise Dunn, Eva
President, J. W. Turner. Ewing, Dorothea Firzgerald, Carle
Secretary-Treasurer, W. E. Aber- Jones, Jesse Jones, J. J. Kittel, Opal
nathy. Miller, Mrs. W. D. Pierce, Mrs.
Colored Department Secretary, T. H. Clinton Woodland.
Coopwood.
Committee: J. W. T'1^11,"". W E. Bible Instructors:
Abernathy, R. R. Beitz, B. J. Bry- Julia Inabinet, Lucille Whisnant.
ant, T. H. Coopwood. R. T. Hudson,
J. L. McConaughey, L. L. McKinley, Church School Teachers:
F. D. Wells. Bonnie Blue, Miriam DeLaune, Esther
Duce, Mrs. Hartman Engen, Mrs.
Ordained Ministers: M. M. Facundus, Mrs. Louis Fick,
T. H. Coopwood. Mrs. Ethel Gallien, Annie Laurie Gif-
Honorary: 0. J. Trotter. ford, Mrs. Lottie Graham, Mrs. Mabel
Haag, Mrs. J. W. Jones, Mrs. C. E.
Kellogg, Mrs. J. J. Kittel, Mrs. Mary
Miller, Mrs. Lours E. Montgomery,
ARKANSAS - LOUISIANA Evalyn Nickel, Emily Stumpf, Mrs.
CONFERENCE Ruth Weeks, Mrs. Roscoe Wentz.
Arkansas organized 1888; Louisiana Legal Association: "Arkansas Confer-
Organized 1900 ; Consolidated 1932 ence Association of Seventh-day Ad-
ventists."
Territory: States of Arkansas and
Louisiana. Colored Department
Population: 4,330,286 ; churches, 43, Ordained Ministers:
members, 3,010. F. J. Bryant, S. A. Douglass, J. H.
Office: 1215 Marshall St., Little Rock, Williams.
Ark. (Telephone, 4-4501.) Licensed Minister: Douglas C. Batson.
Officers: Bible Instructor:
President, F. D. Wells.
Secretary-Treasurer, T. R. Gardner. Mrs. Birdie McCluster.
Executive Committee: F. D. Wells, Church School Teachers:
Isaac Baker, C. R. Beelei, G. R. Mrs. Anna Brown, Mrs. Z. L. Burns,
Carter, T. R. Gardner, M. R. Garrett, Mrs. M. Montgomery, Mrs. Annie
M. L. Wilson. Russell, Teressa Wells.
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OKLAHOMA CONFERENCE Seat, Katherine Stevens, Hazel


Thompson. Doris Tennent, Frances
Organized 1894 Vaughn, Virginia Ware, Bessie N.
Wells.
Territory: The State of Oklahoma and
Lipscomb County, Texas. Legal Association: "Oklahoma Confer-
ence Corporation of Seventh-day Ad-
Population: 2,336,434 ; churches, 52 : ventists."
members, 3,395.
0:lice: 525 N. W. 13th St., Oklahoma
City, Okla. (Phone, 3-1678.)
TEXAS CONFERENCE
Postal Address: Box 528, Oklahoma
City 1, Okla. Reorganized 1932
Officers: Territory: That part of the State of
President, J. L. McConaughey. Texas lying east and south of the
Secretary-Treasurer, J. C. Kozel. following counties, except the city of
Texarkana: Hardeman, Foard, Knox,
Executive Committee: J. L. McCon- Haskell, Jones, Taylor, Runnels,
aughey, M. W. Deming, C. N. Eck- Concho, Tom Green, Irion, Reagan,
man, Arthur Kiesz, C. R. Kinney, 3: Upton, Crane, Ward, Reeves, Culber-
C. Kozel, C. C. Schneider, G. A. son, Hudspeth, and El Paso.
Truesdell.
Population: 5,485,470 ; churches, 63 ;
Departmental Secretaries: members, 4,405.
Book and Bible House, Reuben Sch-
neider. Office Address: 2838 Hemphill St., Fort
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Coun- Worth, Tex. (Telephone, 4-6548.)
sellor on War Service Problems, Officers:
W. N. Andrews. President, L. L. McKinley.
Field Missionary, A. E. Eubanks. Secretary-Treasurer, G. T. Burgess.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
and Temperance, C. N. Eckman. Executive Committee: L. L. McKin-
Religious Liberty, J. L. McConaughey. ley, W. L. Barclay, G. T. Burgess,
J. L. DeWitt, A. C. Griffin, W. G.
Ordained Ministers: Hassenpflug, M. H. Jensen, R. P.
J. F. Anderson, W. N. Andrews, M. Montgomery, T. B. Westbrook.
W. Deming, C. N. Eckman, Arthur Departmental Secretaries:
Kiesz, C. R. Kinney, R. F. Marshall,
J. L. McConoughey, C. D. Smith, Book and Bible House, C. L. Pad-
W. F. Specht, G. A. Truesdell. Ber- dock, Jr.
nard Voth. Educational and Y. P. M. V., J. H.
Rhoads.
Licensed Ministers: Field Missionary, J. D. Leslie.
Glenn G. Davenport, A. E. Eubanks, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Harold L. Hampton, C. E. Howell, A. W. L. Barclay.
T. King, J. C. Kozel, Arthur S. Lutz, Religious Liberty and Isolated, L. L.
Henry Meissner, G. D. O'Brien, Reu- McKinley.
ben Schneider, M. K. Wahl. Ordained Ministers:
Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: W. L. Barclay, H. N. Bresee, G. T.
Burgess, H. N. Brodersen, A. R. Car-
Mrs. W. N. Andress, Robert Chunes- ethers, G. W. Casebeer, A. G. Griffin,
tudy, Mrs. Glenn Davenport, Naoma R. T. Hudson, M. H. Jensen, K. D.
Draper, Theda Ebert, Mrs. Walter F. Johnson, D. S. Kime, J. D. Leslie,
Klein, Oscar Padgett, Pauline Parker, 0. F. Locke, W. A. Lusk, L. L. Mc-
Mrs. Reuben Schneider. Kinley, R. P. Montgomery, J. H.
Rhoads, T. B. Westbrook.
Bible Instructors:
Honorary: J. B. Hampton, Thomas
Mrs. Helen Maxwell, Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy.
Moore.
Licensed Ministers:
Church School Teachers: John Boyd, E. E. Burkett, T. L. Davis,
Charles Ary, Mrs. Charles Ary, Vera M. A. Dunn, G. M. Ellstrom, J. R.
Baker, Agnes Barnes, Grenn G. Hoffman, S. G. Hoskins, A. B. Hum-
Davenport, Pauline Day, Mrs. Wini- phrey, R. A. Jenkins, W. W. Kon-
fred Early, Mrs. M. E. Killion, A. T. zack, N. A. Niswonger, A. K. Phillips,
King, Mrs. Ned Marcum, Katherine J. C. Powers, H. E. Sample, Clifford
McAfee, Leona Ortner, Mrs. Obed W. Shepard, R. G. Wearner, C. L. Pad-
Patty, Mrs. Al Prudhume, Mrs. Rena dock, Jr.
64 SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE

Credentialed and Licensed Missionaries: field, F. W. Fortner, E. F. Finck,


Roy Wharton.
Thelma Flanagan. Claude D. Hughes,
Verne Kelsey, Katheryn Parker, Kath- Departmental Secretaries:
ryn Walling.
Book and Bible House, 0. J. Bell.
Bible Instructors: Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Coun-
Frances Knox, Louise Leeper, Gladys sellor on War Service Problems,
Ross, Mrs. Opal Wright. Cree Sandefur.
Field Missionary. H. M. Williams.
Honorary: Mrs. H. Eder, Mrs. Beu- Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
lah Langdon. D. W. O'ffill.
Church School Teachers: Medical,
Religious Liberty,
Mrs. A. R. Carethers, Mrs. Jane Ful-
ler, H. A. Gober, Mrs. Alna Grant, Ordained Ministers:
Mrs. P. M. Greene, Mrs. T. R. Heck-
ett, Mrs. A. G. Haughey, Claude Ray Archuleta, R. R. Bietz, R. E.
Hughes, Mrs. Claude Hughes, Mrs. Delafield, E. F. Finck, W. E. Priebe.
R. A. Jenkins, Verne Kelsey, Mrs. G. A. Schwerin, Cree Sandefur, C. F.
Verne Kelsey, Mrs. C. R. May, Mrs. Staben.
Charles McNeil, Mineola Paschal, Lon- Honorary: G. A. LaGrone, C. A. Wal-
eta Richter, Mrs. W. F. Riffel, J. W. gren.
Riggs, Mrs. Clifford Shepard, Velma
Smith, Mrs. Kathleen St. Claire, Anne Licensed Ministers:
Stevens, Helen Stoner, Wilma Turner,
Mrs. Pauline Watkins, Cordelia Wil- 0. J. Bell, Francis- Campbell, Samuel
liamson. Castillo, J. L. Dittberner, Wm. H.
Grotheer, Harold H. Hare, Andrew
Legal Associations: "Texas Conference Higgins, Altus L. May, A. D. Melton.
Association of Seventh-day Advent- P. Mireles, W. Nelson, D. W. O'ffill,
ists ;" "South Texas Conference Asso- J. R. Rankin, Orville V. Schneider,
ciation of Seventh-day Adventists." R. E. Tottress, W. H. Townsend,
Kenneth Phillips, L. F. Webb, H. M.
Williams.
TEX ICO CONFERENCE Bible Instructors:
Organized 1916 Mrs. Mabel Pierce, Mrs. Lucile Tib-
bits.
Territory: The State of New Mexico
(excepting San Juan County, in- Church School Teachers:
cluded in the Colorado Conference), Betty Anne Baker, Marieda Blehm,
and that part of the State of Texas Mrs. Samuel Castillo, Ivagene Ellis-
lying west and north of the following ton, Mrs. Andrew Higgins, Jewella
counties (excepting Lipscomb County Jones, Mrs. C. L. Krick, Inez Myers,
included in the Oklahoma Confer- Jennie Newkirk, Mrs. Alma Padgett,
ence) : west of the eastern line of Ellen Priest, Lola Perea, Mrs. Geno-
Hardeman, Foard, Knox, Haskell, vevo Romero.
Jones, Taylor, Runnels, Concho, and
north of the south line of Concho, Legal Association: "The Texico Con-
Green, Irion, Reagan, Upton, Crane, ference Association of Seventh-day
Ward, Reeves, Culberson, Hudspeth, Adventists."
and El Paso.
Population: 1,296,866 ; churches, 43 ;
members, 1,670.
INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTH-
Postal Address: Box 1040, Clovis, N. WESTERN UNION CONFERENCE
Mex.
Educational:
Officers:
Ozark Academy, Gentry, Ark.
President, R. R. Bietz. Southwestern Junior College, Keene,
Secretary-Treasurer, 0. J. Bell. Tex.
Executive Committee: R. R. Bietz, Spanish-American Seminary, Sando-
Ray Archuleta, 0. J. Bell, R. E. Dela- val, New Mexico.
AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION
Created a Division Conference by action of the General Conference
in session at San Francisco, Calif., May 24, 1922

Population: 10,250,000 ; churches, 445 ; Vice-President for Australasia: C. H.


members, 21,759. Watson.

AUSTRALASIAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1894
Territory: The Conferences of North Scragg, T. A. Sherwin, A. G. Stewart,
New South Wales, South New South G. G. Stewart, H. Stockton, S. V.
Wales, North New Zealand, South Stratford, R. A. Thrift, E. A. Turner,
New Zealand, Queensland, South Aus- C. F. L. Ulrich, W. J. Westerman,
tralia, Victoria, West Australia, and H. White, L. V. Wilkinson.
Tasmania; Eastern Polynesia, Fiji,
Samoa, Tonga, Papua, Cook Islands, Departmental Secretaries:
Solomon Islands, New Hebrides, Niue, Educational, B. H, McMahon.
Norfolk Island, Lord Howe Island, Field Missionary, H. White; Assist-
Territory of New Guinea, Monamona, ants, H. A. L. Freeman, E. A.
and North Queensland Missions. Turner.
Churches: 445 ; members, 21,867. Health Food, A. W. Dawson ; Assist-
ants, B. 0. Johnson, T. J. Dowling,
Cable Address: "Adventist," Sydney. C. J. Howell, W. L. Kilroy.
Offie Secretary, W. S. Renn.
Office: "Mizpah," Wahroonga, New Home Missionary, T. A. Mitchell.
South Wales, Australia. (Telephone, J. M. V., Miss H. K. Lewin.
JW1061.) Medical, T. A. Sherwin.
Ministerial Assn., E. E. Roenfelt.
Officers: National Emergency and Welfare
President, E. B. Rudge. Service, R..E. Hare.
Vice-Presidents, E. E. Roenfelt, H. E. Publishing, J. S. Potter.
Piper, R. A. Thrift. Radio, L. C. Naden.
Secretary, S. V. Stratford. Religious Liberty, R. E. Hare.
Assistant Secretary, W. W. Petrie. Sabbath School, G. M. Masters.
Treasurer, W. L. Pascoe. Temperance, A. W. Anderson.
Assistant Treasurers, R. W. Lang, R. Y. P. M. V., E. L. Minchin, W. T.
L. Parkinson, R. R. Frame. Hooper.
Field Secretaries, A. W. Anderson,
E. H. Guilliard, R. E. Hare, A. G. Ordained Ministers:
Stewart. A. W. Anderson, J. B. Conley, H. A.
Auditor, A. G. Minchin. L. Freeman, E. H. Guilliard, R. E.
Assistant Auditor, L. J. Stace. Hare, W. T. Hooper, A. W. Knight,
Executive Committee: C. H. Watson, A. F. J. Kranz, T. C. Lawson, W. N.
E. B. Rudge, E. M. Abbott, G. E. Lock, G. M. Masters, B. H. McMahon,
Adair, R. H. Adair, F. A. Allum, E. L. Minchin, G. H. Minchin, T. A.
A. W. Anderson, W. E. Battye, G. Mitchell, L. C. Naden, C. S. Palmer,
Branster, A. W. Dawson, T. J. Dow- H. E. Piper, J. J. Potter, E. E. Roen-
ling, G. H. Engelbrecht, G. S. Fisher, felt, E. B. Rudge, A. G. Stewart, G.
R. R. Frame, H. A. L. Freeman, E. G. Stewart, S. V. Stratford, R. A.
H. Guilliard, R. E. Hare, W. T. Thrift, C. H. Watson, H. White.
Hooper, C. J. Howell, J. T. Howse,
B. 0. Johanson, E. J. Johanson, John Licensed Ministers:
Keith, J. W. Kent, W. Kilroy, A. F. R. H. Adair, G. F. Bohringer, H. G.
J. Kranz, R. W. Lang, T. C. Lawson, Bone, Wm. Chapman, G. A. Currow,
L. D. A. Lemke, Miss H. K. Lewin, A. M. Fraser, C. W. Harrison, J. R.
W. N. Lock, G. M. Masters, J. C. Mc- Kent, A. L. King, G. Maywald, A. H.
Donald, B. H. McMahon, E. L. Min- E. Miller, H. Millist, W. L. Pascoe,
chin, T. A. Mitchell, H. G. Moulds, W. W. Petrie, G. A. Rosenhain, T. A.
L. C. Naden, C. S. Palmer R. L. Sherwin, N. H. Speck, P. N. Shep-
Parkinson, W. L. Pascoe, J. C. H. pard, J. C. H. Shirley, E. A. Turner,
Perry, W. W. Petrie, H. E. Piper, L. H. Turner, C. F. L. Ulrich, A.
J. J. Potter, E. E. Roenfelt, W. M. R. Westerman.
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66 AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION

Licensed Missionaries: Office: Gordon Ave., Hamilton (P. 0.


G. E. Adair, A. H. Battye, A. H. Box 27), New South Wales, Australia.
Carton, A. W. Dawson, T. J. Dow- Officers:
ling, C. H. Eiszele, H. E. Eiszele, President, W. J. Westerman.
L. Engelbrecht, S. Faull, G. S. Fisher, Secretary-Treasurer, L. J. Imrie.
A. W. Gersback, S. C. Grieve, Miss
M. Hay, G. R. Hopkins, C. J. Howell, Departmental Secretaries:
B. 0. Johanson, W. Kilroy, C. G. Educational and Religious Liberty,
Lane, R. W. Lang, Miss 12I. K. Lewin, W. J. Westerman.
E. Miller, A. G. Minchin, H. Mitchell, Field Missionary, J. T. Young.
V. Nilsson, L. A. Piper, W. S. Renn, Home Missionary, S. H. Gander.
R. J. Riley, L. J. Stace, H. Stockton, Sabbath School and J. M. V., Miss
H. C. Tempest, C. W. Tinworth, W. M. E. Rogers.
A. Townend, L. G. Unwin, R. W. Y. P. M. V., W. D. Lauder.
Westerman, G. Wheeler, R. I. Wright.
Ordained Ministers:
Licensed Medical Missionaries: S. H. Gander, W. Gillis, T. W. Ham-
Miss M. Bathgate, D. F. Black, Miss mond, H. A. Hill, L. J. Imrie, J. R.
R. Bunney, Miss M. Burnside, H. M. James, E. P. Jewson, H. W. King-
Carter, Miss D. Chapman, Miss I. ston, W. D. Lauder, E. H. Parsons,
Colley, R. G. L. Cooper, Mrs. A. M. W. H. Pascoe, C. J. Reynolds, G. W.
Cott, F. R. Dawson, Miss N. Dray, D. Rollo, W. E. Rudge, R. A. Salton, W.
Dunlop, Miss lg. Furmister, Miss M. D. Smith. E. R. Tucker, V. Warden,
Grieve, 0. V. Hellestrand, Richmond W. J. Westerman, D. Whittaker.
Hill, Miss M. Howe, Miss N. Hollings, Licensed Ministers:
Miss J. McCullough, Miss K. McEwin,
G. H. A. McLaren, Miss E. Mitchell, D. H. Gray, H. B. Jones, F. Masters,
J. Newman, D. I. Parker, Miss F. L. 0. Pascoe, E. C. Rosendahl, J. T.
Parkin, Miss Phillips, E. S. Richards, Young.
Miss L. Risbey, Miss V. Rudge, Mrs. Ministerial Probationers:
E. M. Shannan, J. L. Simpson, Miss K. Brook, W. G. Drain, J. Hankin-
J. Spencer, R. A. Thompson, Alan son, S. G. Wood.
Tulloch, Miss E. Zeunert.
Licensed Missionaries:
Licensed Teachers:
Mrs. S. H. Gander, Miss M. E.
Miss V. Beecham, F. J. Brown, Miss Rogers.
G. Clarke; L. R. Harvey, Miss B.
Johanson, Miss C. Kent, F. Nash, Church School Teachers:
E. L. Pengilley, G. W. Richardson, Miss J. Lane, R. H. Parr.
Miss E. Robson, T. Rutter, Miss M.
Schnepel, C. H. Schowe, Miss E.
Stewart, Miss G. Stewart, Miss E. NORTH NEW ZEALAND
Thorpe, H. Vetter, Miss C. Walker,
R. B. Watts, Miss G. Wood. CONFERENCE
Legal Assn.: "Australasian Conference Organized 1889
Association, Ltd." General Manager, Territory: That portion of the Domin-
R. H. Adair; Secretary-Treasurer, ion of New Zealand north of Cook's
W. L. Pascoe ; Assistant Secretary- Straits.
Treasurer, R. W. Lang.
Churches: 35; members, 2,359.
Cable Address: "Mastery," Auckland,
NORTH NEW SOUTH WALES New Zealand. Also "Adventist."
CONFERENCE Office: 84 Jervois Road, Auckland, New
Organized 1920 Zealand.
Officers:
Territory: That part of the State of New
South Wales north of the Hawkesbury President, H. G. Moulds.
and Capertee Rivers as far west as Secretary-Treasurer, R. E. G. Blair.
the 150th meridian of east longitude, Departmental Secretaries:
thence east of the line running north Educational and Religious Liberty,
to Cassilis. Thence northeast of a H. G. Moulds.
line running northwesterly from Cas- Field Missionary, R. N. Price.
silis to where the 147th meridian of Home Missionary, W. H. Stevens.
east longitude meets the 29th parallel J. M. V., Miss V. Flanigan.
of south latitude. Sabbath School, Miss A. E. Douglass.
Churches: 33 ; members, 2,367. Y. P. M. V., J. D. Anderson.
AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION 67

Ordained Ministers: Licensed Ministers:


J. D. Anderson, A. C. Ball, R. J. F. J. Butler, E. F. Giblett, B. H.
Burns, G. Burnside, W. P. Claus, P. Swartzkopf, F. M. Slade, I. W.
Glockler, R. N. Heggie, 0. W. Knight, White.
S. T. Leeder, A. W. Martin, A. R. Ministerial Probationers:
Mitchell, H. G. Moulds, A. Parker, W.
J. Richards, G. Robinson, F. L. Sharp, F. J. Allen, M. Irvine, L. H. Blair,
W. H. Stevens, H. L. Tolhurst. C. T. Potter.
Licensed Ministers: Church School Teachers:
S. A. Bartlett, R. E. G. Blair, M. C. E. A. Butler, A. T. Dunne, I. R.
Bland, R. P. Brown, L. H. Hay, H. Harvey, Miss W. Niebuhr, Miss L. L.
A. Hockley, H. M: Lansdown, 0. D. Norton.
F. McCutcheon, R. Mitchell, C. R.
Murchison, N. W. Palmer, R. N.
Price, C. Raphael, J. Strange, J. H. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CON-
Wade, D. H. Watson, H. J. Windeyer. FERENCE,
Ministerial Probationers: Organized 1899
Alvin Cook, A. V. Piper, G. Rat- Territory: The State of South Aus-
cliffe. tralia.
Licensed Missionaries: Office: 82 Angas St., Adelaide, South
Miss A. E. Douglass, Miss V. Flan- Australia, Australia.
igan, Miss J. F. Johnstone, Miss R. Churches: 21 ; members, 1,126.
Dray, Miss E. Stewart. Office Address: Box J. 1011, Adelaide,
Church School Teachers: South Australia, Australia.
Miss A. Carlaw, Miss J. Giblett, S. Officers:
Gillis, Miss M. Gilmore, Miss S. Hall, President, W. M. R. Scragg.
Miss E.. A. Wood. Secretary-Treasurer, C. Hill.
Legal Assn.: "New Zealand Conference, Departmental Secretaries:
Inc."
Educational and Religious Liberty,
W. M. R. Scragg.
Field Missionary and Sabbath School,
QUEENSLAND CONFERENCE F. T. Webb.
Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,
Organized 1899 N. A. Ferris.
J. M. V., Miss M. Hardy.
Territory: All that portion of the State
of Queensland lying south of a line Ordained Ministers:
drawn from Yeppoon west to Kum- S. C. Butler, N. A. Ferris, J. W. Har-
viarara on the Marlborough line, and vey, E. A. Reye, W. M. R. Scragg,
thence due south to the top of the D. A. Speck, G. I. Wilson, C. A.
range just west of Deeford, and from Wrigley.
thence in a direct line to the South Licensed Ministers:
Australian border.
C. Hill, G. V. Palmateer, F. T. Webb.
Churches: 16 ; members, 1,379.
Ministerial Probationers:
Office: 37 O'Connell Terrace, Bowen A. P. Cooke, V. Novelly, J. French
Hills, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
W. Ferguson.
Officers: Licensed Missionary:
President, G. Branster. Miss R. V. Stratford.
Secretary-Treasurer, F. J. Butler.
Church School Teacher: L. Shields.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational and Religious Liberty,
G. Branster. SOUTH NEW SOUTH WALES
Field Missionary, S. Dymock. CONFERENCE
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
N. E. W. S., A. J. Dyason. Organized 1895
Y. P. M. V., J. M. V., and Temper-
ance, H. J. Meyers. Territory: That part of the State of New
South Wales south of the Hawkesbury
Ordained Ministers: and Capertee Rivers, as far west as
0. K. Anderson, G. Branster, S. W. the 150th meridian of east longtitude,
Carr, A. J. Dyason, H. J. Meyers, R. thence west of the line running north
C. Piper, R. Tudor, H. B. P. Wicks. to Cassilis, thence southwest of a line
68 AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION

running northwesterly from Cassilis Cable Address: "Adventist," Christ-


to where the 147th meridian of east church.
longitude meets the 29th parallel of Officers:
south latitude.
President, E. J. Johanson.
Churches: 44 ; members, 3,352. Secretary-Treasurer, A. S. Herbert.
Office: "Tereora," The Boulevarde, Departmental Secretaries:
Strathfield, N. S. W., Australia. Educational and Religious Liberty,
Officers: E. J. Johanson.
President, R. A. R. Thrift. Field Missionary, E. M. N. Pahl.
Secretary-Treasurer, P. A. Donaldson. Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,
A. White.
Departmental Secretaries: J. M. V., Miss P. Townend.
Educational and Religious Liberty, Sabbath School, A. White.
R. A. R. Thrift. Ordained Ministers:
Field Missionary, R. L. Aveling.
Home Missionary, E. R. Whitehead. C. J. Griffin, E. J. Johanson, A. W.
J. M. V., L. Tonkin. Macauley, W. J. Smith, G. L. Ster-
Sabbath School, Miss J. Ford. ling, S. M. Uttley, S. H. Wood, G.
Y. P. M. V., L. G. Maxwell. Weslake, A. White.
Ordained Ministers: Licensed Ministers:
R. Brandstater, T. S. Brash, Ray H. 13. Christian, A. S. Herbert, J. A.
Bullas, L. A. Butler, E. R. Gane, H. Mitchell, E. M. N. Pahl, W. A. Stew-
C. Harker, T. R. Kent, J. A. Law- art, C. E. Summerfield.
son, L. G. Maxwell, H. Mitch- Ministerial Probationer: D. Hokin.
ell, W. Morris, G. J. Parker, A. H.
Piper, F. G. Rampton, R. A. It. Licensed Missionary:
Thrift, A. H. White, E. R. Whitehead. Miss N. G. Knowles.
M. H. Whittaker, K. J. Wooller, D. Licensed Teachers:
H. Wyborn.
R. L. Blair, V. B. Herbert, Miss E.
Licensed Ministers: R. Macintosh, Miss M. M. Smart, W.
R. H. Abbott, R. L. Aveling, F. R. Whisker.
Bashan, H. R. Christian, J. C. Dever,
P. A. Donaldson, A. R. Fraser, E. W.
Hon, E. S. House, A. W. Ivey, E. G. TASMANIAN CONFERENCE
McDowell, M. Pascoe, C. H. Prety-
man, J. S. Wallace, A. E. Watts. (Formerly included in Victoria-Tas-
mania Conference; organized as
Ministerial Probationers: separate conference 1926.)
E. Clarke, Arthur Cook, W. Doherty,
C. Judd, R. Miller. Territory: Island of Tasmania and its
adjacent islets.
Licensed Missionaries:
Miss R. E. Brown, Miss J. Ford, Miss Churches: 13 ; members, 735.
A. M. Forster, Miss F. Grolimund, Address: 361 Argyle St., North Hobart,
Miss E. Moran, Mrs. M. E. Tank. Tasmania.
Licensed Teachers: Officers:
Miss I. Cornell, Miss J. Doble, A. President, W. E. Bettye.
Hefren, Miss S. Kent, V. Mitchell, Secretary-Treasurer, I. R. Stratford.
Miss L. Robb, D. Stewart, Miss M. Departmental Secretaries:
Streeter, E. Tonkin, Miss F. Whisker,
L. Thrift. Educational and Religious Liberty,
W. E. Battye.
Field Missionary, F. Bevan.
Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,
SOUTH NEW ZEALAND CON- L. A. Dyason.
FERENCE Sabbath School and J. M. V., Miss
E. Watters.
Organized 1915 Ordained Ministers:
Territory: That portion of the Domin- W. E. Battye, E. Behrens, N. C.
ion of New Zealand south of Cook's Burns, L. A. Dyason, L. R. Harvey,
Straits. A. H. Rogers.
Churches: 13; members, 970. Licensed Ministers:
Office: 40 Bealey Ave., Christchurch, F. Bevan, A. E. Magnusson, I. R.
New Zealand. Stratford.
AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION 69

Ministerial Probationers: Licensed Teachers:


R. Fox, H. E. Whittaker. Miss E. Austin, Miss M. Burgoyne,
Miss E. Clery, H. Dickins, K. Dick-
Licensed Missionaries: ins, W. J. Driscoll, Miss U. Duck,
Miss V. M. Rogers, Miss E. Watters. Miss A. A. Hardy, G. W. Hill, Miss
V. Mobbs, H. O'Hara, Miss H. Pater-
Church School Teachers: son, M. Robb, F. A. Rocke, Miss B.
Rudd, Miss I. Scragg, Miss A. Smith,
Miss 0. M. Blayden, D. W. Dyson, S. E. Smith, N. H. Stacey.
0. Ferris, Miss D. M. Fisher.

WEST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE


VICTORIAN CONFERENCE
Organized 1888 Organized 1902
Territory: The State of Victoria. Territory: The State of West Australia.
Churches: 37 ; members, 2,646.
Churches: 28 ; members, 1,438.
Office: 8 Yarra St., Hawthorn, Victoria,
Australia. Office: 47 Hay St., Subiaco, Perth, West
Australia, Australia.
Officers:
Officers:
President, H. E. Piper.
Secretary-Treasurer, H. J. Halliday. President, J. W. Kent.
Secretary-Treasurer, W. R. Litster.
Departmental Secretaries:
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational H. E. Piper.
Field Missionary, A. S. Jackson. Educational and Religious Liberty,
Home Missionary, C. Head. J. W. Kent.
J. M. V., Miss J. Barritt. Field Missionary, A. M. Cott.
Religious Liberty, E. G. Whittaker. Home Missionary and Tract Society,
Sabbath School, L. L. Jones. F. L. Taylor.
Y. P. M. V., H. W. Hollingsworth. J. M. V., Miss F. Cherrett.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., L.
Ordained Ministers: J. Kent.
E. S. Butz, G. H. Engelbrecht, P. G. Ordained Ministers:
Foster, C. Head, W. J. Hawken, C. F.
Hollingsworth, H. W. Hollingsworth, L. S. Barnes, T. J. Bradley, H. G.
E. B. Ibbott, J. S. Jackson, L. Bryant, J. A. Charlton, M. Groli-
L. Jones, G. E. Marriott, A. I. mund, J. W. Kent, L. J. Kent, L. D.
Mitchell, A. L. Pascoe, G. Peacock, A. Lemke, F. E. Lyndon, R. H.
E Rosendahl, David Sibley, H. S. Pawrie.
Streeter, J. Thompson, E. G. Whit-
taker. Licensed Ministers:
Licensed Ministers: A. M. Cott, S. L. Dunstan, W. R.
Litster, S. 0. J. Louis, J. M. A. Ross,
W. A. Beatty, C. J. Boulting, F. C. P. Southwell, F. L. Taylor, H.
Breadon, E. G. Foster, A. J. Gaither- Totenhofer, S. K. White, L. S. Wood.
cole, H. J. Halliday, A. S. Jackson,
A. F. Parker, A. G. Phillips, T. E.
A. Sedgman. Ministerial Probationer:
Ray Howes.
Ministerial Probationers:
L. Coombe, A. J. Giblett, L. Rose, R. Licensed Missionaries:
A. Wood, S. G. Winter.
Miss F. A. Cherrett, Mrs. F. E. Lyn-
-Licensed Missionaries: don, Miss P. Nippress.
Mrs. M. Badcock, Miss M. C. Barlow, Church School Teachers:
Miss E. Bourne, Miss F. Carver, Miss
J. Cormack, Mrs. J. Cornell, Miss Miss L. Aitken, Miss G. M. Clark,
R. Creelman, Miss E. F. Hopgood, Miss I. Ferguson, Miss J. E. Nash,
Miss D. Moore. Miss A. A. Weetman, W. E. Zanotti.
70 AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION

Mission Fields
COOK ISLANDS MISSION KEMPSEY MISSION FOR
ABORIGINES
Organized 1892
Under direction of North New
(Included as part of the Central South Wales Conference.
Polynesian Mission, 1916 to 1923 ; re-
organized 1923.)
Territory: Those islands comprising the
Cook or Hervey Group, and other LORD HOWE ISLAND MISSION
small islands adjoining.
Churches: 1; members, 25.
Churches: 8; members, 195.
Address: Lord Howe Island, Australia.
Headquarters: Box 31, Rarotonga, Cook
Islands, Pacific Ocean. Licensed Minister: R. Farrar.
Superintendent: J. E. Cormack. Licensed Missionary: Mrs. R. Farrar.
Ordained Minister: J. E. Cormack.
Licensed Minister: Joseph Vati.
MONAMONA MISSION FOR
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. J. E. Cormack, Tauraki. ABORIGINES
Established 1913

Churches: 1; members, 75.


FIJI MISSION
Address: Oak Forest, via Cairns, North
Established 1889 Queensland, Australia.
(Included as part of the Central Poly- Superintendent: L. A. Borgas.
nesian Conference, 1916 to 1921; re-
Ordained Minister: L. A. Borgas.
organized 1921.)
Licensed Missionaries:
Churches: 53 ; members, 1,006.
Miss E. Flack, Mrs. L. A. Borgas, H.
Address: Suva Vou, Suva, Fiji, Pacific Mills, Mrs. H. Mills, Mrs. H. Rowland,
Ocean. S. C. Ward, Mrs. S. C. Ward.
Officers:
Superintendent, L. V. Wilkinson.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. Forbes.
NEW HEBRIDES MISSION
Ordained Ministers:
Organized as separate mission
Setereki Ceveca, Maika Dauniika, A. in 1924
P. Dyason, W. G. Ferris, Semite Gade,
A. G. Jacobson, Jope Laweloa, Miti- Churches: 9; members, 529.
eli Nakasamai, Alipate Nasau, Nafi-
talai Navara, Timoci Nawara, Wil- Address: Atchin, New Hebrides, Pacific
liame Rabalotu, Sanivalati Ramuai, Ocean.
Feresi Rokesala, Isimele Seresere, Officers:
Semi Vuloaloa, L. V. Wilkinson.
Superintendent, J. C. H. Perry.
Licensed Ministers: Secretary-Treasurer, A. R. Barrett.
A. H. Forbes, K. Gray, F. Gifford,
John Kamea, Joeli Lotawa, Tereti Ordained Ministers:
Nagara, Saimoni Nalaubo, Anitipasa A. R. Barrett, Joe, Joel, Masing Nalo,
Naucukidi, Joseph Osborne, Tevita J. C. H. Perry.
Railave, Semi Tikivili, Taniela Vau-
vau. Licensed Ministers:
Licensed Missionaries: A. Gallagher. J. H. D. Miller, A.
Piez, C. A. Tucker.
Mrs. A. P. Dyason, Miss E. E. Ed-
wards, Mrs. W. G. Ferris. Mrs. A. Licensed Missionaries:
Forbes, Mrs. K. Gray, Mrs. A. G. Mrs. A. R. Barrett, Mrs. A. Gallagher,
Jacobson, S. C. Pennington, Mrs. S. Mrs. J. Miller, Mrs. J. C. H. Perry,
C. Pennington, Esther Whippy, Sarah Mrs. A. Pies, Mrs. C. A. Tucker, also
Whippy, also over 40 local licensed more than ten local licensed mission-
missionaries. aries.
AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION 71

NIUE (OR SAVAGE) ISLAND Ordained Ministers:


MISSION E. A. Boehm, C. E. Mitchell.
Established 1914 Licensed Minister:
Churches: 1 ; members, 5. R. Frame, L. N. Lock, W. H. Nolan.
Address: Niue Island, Pacific Ocean. Licensed Missionaries:
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. A. G. Head. Mrs. R. Frame, T. Judd, Mrs. T. Judd,
Mrs. L. N. Lock, Mrs. C. E. Mitchell,
Mrs. W. H. Nolan, Dick Richardson,
NORFOLK ISLAND MISSION Jessie Richardson, Minnie Sheppard,
Established 1893 Stanley Sheppard, Mrs. Alma Wiles.
Churches: 1 ; members, 31.
Address: Norfolk Island, Australia.
Ordained Minister: H. T. Howse. SAMOAN MISSION
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. H. T. Howse. (Included as part of the Central Poly-
nesian Conference, 1916 to 1921; re-
organized 1921.)
NORTH QUEENSLAND MISSION Established 1895; Reorganized 1936
(Formerly included in the Queensland Churches: 4 ; members, 183.
Conference. Operated as Mission under Address: Apia, Samoa, Pacific Ocean.
direction of Australian Union Confer-
ence from Jan. 1, 1929.) Ordained Ministers:
Territory: All that portion of the State Sanika Afa'ese, J. Howse, Siaosi
of Queensland lying north of a line Neru.
drawn from Yeppoon west to Kum-
viarara on the Marlborough line, and Licensed Missionary: Mrs. J. Howse.
thence due south to the top of the
range just west of Deeford, and from
thence in a direct line to the South
Australian border. SOCIETY ISLANDS MISSION
Churches: 9; members, 399. Established 1892; Reorganized 1916
Officers: Comprising the following former mis-
sions: Society Islands, and Pitcairn
Superintendent, W. N. Lock. Island.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. C. Risbey.
Departmental Secretaries: Territory: All the Pacific Islands east
of the 160th degree of west longitude,
Home Missionary, W. N. Lock. and south of the tenth parallel of
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., J. north latitude.
H. Newman.
Ordained Ministers: Churches: 9 ; members, 273.
T. A. Anderson, M. S. Ball, Robert A. Headquarters: Papeete, Tahiti, Society
Greive. Islands, Pacific Ocean.
Licensed Minister: A. C. Risbey. Superintendent: J. B. Keith.
Ministerial Probationers:
T. L. Howse, A. C. Needham, J. Ordained Minister: J. B. Keith.
H. Newman.
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. J. B. Keith, Mrs. A. Poroi, Tea-
PAPUA MISSION hatu, Tofa.
Established 1908; Organized 1928
Churches: '7; members, 173. SOLOMON ISLANDS MISSION
Address: Mirigeda, Port Moresby, Papua, Established 1914; Organized 1920
Pacific Ocean.
Officers: Churches: 25 ; members, 1,423.
Superintendent, Address: Marovo Lagoon, via Tulagi,
Secretary, R. Frame. Solomon Islands, Pacific Ocean.
72 AUSTRALASIAN DIVISION

Officers: INSTITUTIONS IN THE AUSTRAL-


Superintendent, . ASIAN UNION CONFERENCE
Secretary-Treasurer, .
Educational:
Ordained Ministers:
Aore Training School, Aore, New
David Ferris, Jugha, Kata Ragoso,
Rori. Hebrides.
Australasian Missionary College, Coo-
Licensed Missionaries: ranbong, N. S. W., Australia.
J. Gosling, Mrs. J. Gosling, J. Rowe, Batuna Training School, Marovo La-
Mrs. J. Rowe, Miss E. Totenhofer, goon, Solomon Islands.
and over 100 local licensed mission- Beulah Training School, Vaini, Nu-
aries and teachers. kualofa, Tonga.
Choiseul Intermediate School, Ruru-
vae, Choiseul, Solomon Islands.
Fulton Training School, Tai Levu,
Fiji.
TERRITORY OF NEW GUINEA Mirigeda Training School, Mirigeda,
MISSION via Port Moresby, Papua.
New Guinea Training School, Put Put,
Established 1929 Territory of New Guinea.
New Zealand Missionary College,
Churches: 73 ; members, 1,088. Longburn, New Zealand.
Vailoa Training School, Vailoa,
Address: S. D. A. Mission, P. 0, Box 52, Samoa.
Rabaul, Mandated Territory of New Vatu Vonu Central School, Vatu Vonu,
Guinea. Vanua Levu, Fiji
Officers: West Australian Missionary College,
Carmel, West Australia.
Superintendent, E. M. Abbott.
Secretary-Treasurer, C. Sharpe.
Publishing:
Ordained Ministers:
E. M. Abbott, D. Brennan, A. J. Eastern Polynesian Mission Press,
Campbell, C. Pascoe, Oti, Salau, R. Tipaerui, Papeete, Tahiti, Society
H. Tutty. Islands.
Fiji Mission Press, Suva, Fiji.
Licensed Minister: C. Sharpe. Papua Mission Press, Mirigeda, Papua.
Signs Publishing Co., Ltd., Warburton,
Licensed Missionaries: Victoria, Australia.
Mrs. E. M. Abbott, Mrs. D. Brennan, Solomon Island Mission Press, Batuna,
Mrs, A. J. Campbell, Mrs. C. Pascoe, Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands.
Mrs. C. Sharpe, Mrs. R. H. Tutty,
and 100 island licensed missionaries
and teachers. Sanitariums:
Amyes Memorial Hospital, Island of
Kolombangara, Solomon Islands.
Sydney Sanitarium and Hospital,
TONGAN MISSION Wahroonga, N. S. W., Australia.
Warburton Sanitarium, Warburton,
(Included as part of the Central Poly- Victoria, Australia.
nesian Conference, 1916 to 1921; re-
organized 1921.) Health Food Factories:
Established 1895 Sanitarium Health Food Co., Cooran-
bong, N. S. W., Australia.
Churches: 4 ; members, 90. Sanitarium Health Food Co., 62 Ran-
Address: Nukualofa, Tonga, Friendly dolph St., Auckland, New Zealand.
Islands, Pacific Ocean. Sanitarium Health Food Co., Papanui,
Christchurch, New Zealand.
Superintendent: B. E. Hadfield. Sanitarium Health Food Co., War-
Ordained Minister: B. E. Hadfield, burton, Victoria.
Sanitarium Health Food Co., Carmel,
Licensed Ministers: West Australia,
J. Cernik, James Moala. Sanitarium Health Food Co., Bris-
Licensed Missionaries: bane, Queensland, Australia.
Sanitarium Health Food Co., Ade-
Mrs. J. Cernik, Mrs. B. E. Hadfield, laide, South Australia, Australia.
Beaua Isilali, Taliauli Joni, A. Knud- Sanitarium Health Food Co., ewis-
son, Havea ham, Sydney, N. S. W., Australia,
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION
Organized at Darmstadt, Germany, 1928
(The matter in the Central European Division and its Union and local fields
and institutions is printed as it appeared in the 1943 Year Book.Editor.)
Territory: The East German, South Mueller , 0. Schildhauer, G. W. Schu-
German, West German, and Nether- bert, G. Seng, A. Vollmer, J. Wint-
lands Union Conferences, Bohemian- zen.
Moravian, Slovakian, and General-
Government Conferences.
Population : About 114,124,847 ; churches, ADVENT WELFARE WORK
1,141 ; members, 42,387. ASSOCIATION
Cable Address: Adventist, Berlin. Organized 1927; Reorganized 1935
Postal Address: Regensburgerstrasse Legal Name: Verein "Advent-Wohl-
22, V., Berlin W. 50, Germany. fahrtswerk" E. V., Sitz Berlin, Re-
gensburger Str. 22, V., Berlin W. 60,
Officers: Germany. (Operates the Welfare
President, A. Minck. work and eight Nurses' Homes in
Secretary, 0. Schildhauer. Germany.)
Treasurer, M. Voigt. Officers:
Auditor, P. A. Brandt.
President, A. Minck.
Executive Committee: A. Minck, 0. Secretary-Treasurer, M. Voigt.
Brozio, M. Budnick, M. Busch, L. E.
Conradi, J. Doubraysky, E. Gugel, J. Board of Trustees:
Lichy, W. Michael, C. A. Motzer, 0. A. Minck, M. Budnick, E. Gugel, E.
Schildhauer, G. Seng, M. Voigt, A. Meyer, Elfriede Schroder, G. Seng,
Vollmer, J. Wintzen. M. Voigt.
Departmental Secretaries: Nurses Homes:
Educational, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Koblenzer Str. 8,
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Germany.
Y. P. M. V., M. Busch. Breslau, Lohestr. 79, Germany.
Medical, L. E. Conradi, Krankenhaus Chemnitz, Heinrich Beckstr. 9, Ger-
Walfriede, Fischerhiittenstr. 99-109, many.
Berlin-Zehlendorf, Germany. Dresden A. 16, Haydnstr. 16, Ger-
Ministerial Association, E. Gugel. many.
Publishing, Frankfurt /Main, Eschenheimer An-
Welfare, 0. Brozio. lage 32, Germany.
Ordained Ministers:. Kln, Salierring 60, Germany.
Leipzig, Humboldstr. 17, Germany.
0. Brozio, M. Busch, W. Eberhardt, Wiesbaden, Rildesheimer Str. 7, Ger-
E. Gugel, S. Lupke, W. Michael, A. many.
Minck, 0. Schildhauer, M. Voigt.
Licensed Ministers:
P. A. Brandt, L. E. Conradi, G. Lupke, HAMBURG SEVENTH-DAY ADVENT-
E. Meyer, E. Muller, W. Nehls, P. IST ASSOCIATION
Staubert, A. Vollmer, H. Wertenauer. (Hamburger Verein der Siebenten-Tag-
Adventisten)
ADVENT MISSION SOCIETY Grindelberg 15a, Hamburg 13, Germany
(Advent-Missionsgesellschaft E. V.) Established 1893
Grindelberg 15a, Hamburg 13, Germany (Legal society to hold all property of
Organized 1913 the denomination in Hamburg and office
of the denominational archives.)
Office: Regensburger Str. 22, V., Berlin
W. 50, Germany. Officers:
President, A. Minck.
Board: Vice-President, 0. Schildhauer.
President, A. Minck. Power of Attorney, A. Vollmer.
Vice-President, E. Gugel. Other Members: 0. Brozio, M. Bud-
Secretary-Treasurer, M. Voigt. nick, M. Busch, H. Fenner, E. Gugel,
Other Members: P. A. Brandt, 0. W. Michael, C. A. Motzer, W. Muel-
Brozio, M. Budnick, M. Busch, H. ler, 0. Schildhauer, G. Seng, 11.1,
Fenner, W. Hans, W, Michael, W. Voigt.
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EAST GERMAN UNION CONFERENCE
Organized 1909

Territory: The Berlin, Danzig-Warthe, Population: About 5,300,000; churches,


East Prussian, March Lusatian, 49 ; members, 3,179.
Northeast Saxonian, Pomeranian, Si-
lesian, Sudeten, and West Saxonian Office Address: Koblenzer Strasse 8,
Conferences. Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. (Tele.
86 63 48.)
Population: About 34,784,847; churches,
537 ; members, 18,770. Officers:
President, G. Mai.
Office Address: Koblenzer Strasse 3, Secretary-Treasurer, R. Kluttig.
Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. (Tele.,
86 63 51.) Adventhaus. Executive Committee: G. Mai, E.
Kolsch, S. Liipke, W. Oestreich, W.
Officers: Backer, W. Rogge, H. Schacht, R.
President, M. Budnick. Scheibitz.
Secretary-Treasurer, R. Daumichen. Departmental Secretaries:
Auditor, P. A. Brandt.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Executive Committee: M. Budnick, Y. P. M. V., W. Backer.
M. Baier, H. Brinkmann, A. Burger,
H. Daumichen, R. Daumichen, H. Ordained Ministers:
Glass, 0. Haase, F. Hambrock, W. A. Behrens, F. Dombrowsky, R.
Hans, M. Hartmann, W. Klinkmuller, Dangschat, A. Dorner, R. Helm, F.
W. Michael, B. Ohme, A. Rebens- Kessel, W. Lesovsky, G. Mai, W.
burg. Ninow, W. Backer, F. Hinder, G.
Departmental Secretaries: Ronisch, A. Schenck, R. Scheibitz,
H. Vollrath.
Home Missionary, Y. P. M. V., and
Sabbath School, A. Burger. Honorary: F. Baucke, G. Freund,
Medical, E. Meyer. J. Seefried.
Ordained Ministers: Licensed Ministers:
M. Budnick, A. Burger, R. Dliumi- K. Danke, W. Korinth, H. Ventzke.
chen. Licensed Missionaries:
Licensed Minister: H. Daumichen. P. Fentross, M. Glockner, Mrs. K.
Horn, Miss H. Junker, R. Kluttig,
Licensed Missionary: J. Bohm. J. Muller, A. Reinhold, Miss M.
Legal Building Assn.: "Mitteldeutsche Thummel, Mrs. E. Trusen, Mrs. M.
Grundstiicksgesellschaft m. b. H." Soyk.
Office: Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Koblenzer
Str. 3.
Manager, W. Hans, Dresden-A, Franz
Liszt-Str. 13, Germany. DANZIG-WARTHE CONFERENCE
Architect: F. Hennig, Berlin-Wil-
mersdorf, Koblenzer Str. 3, Germany. Organized 1939
"Deutscher Verein fiir Gesundheitsp- Territory: Districts of Danzig, ,Warthe,
fledge e. V. Friedensau," Friedensau and West Prussian.
b. Burg, Post Grabow, Bez. Magde-
burg. Population: About 6,750,269; churches,
Manager: H. Diiumichen. 31 ; members, 810.
Office Address: Koblenzer Str. 3, Berlin-
Wilmersdorf, Germany. (Telephone,
BERLIN CONFERENCE 86 63 61.)
Organize( 1909 Officers:
President, M. Budnick.
Territory: Province of Berlin, Admin- Secretary-Treasurer, R. Daumichen.
istration District of Potsdam (except- Executive Committee: M. Budnick, A.
ing the Districts of Angermiinde, Burger, R. Daumichen, F. Fentross,
Beeskow-Storkow, Jtiterbog, Ober- E. Tiesnes.
barnim, Prenzlau, Templin, Ebers-
walde) Strausberg, Werneuchen, Ora- Departmental Secretaries:
nienburg, Burg, School Church Fried- Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
ensau. Y. P. M. V., A. Burger.
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CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 75

Ordained Ministers: Officers:


F. Dzik, A. Felte, J. Gomolla, 0. President, 0. Haase.
Kiehnast, E. Roocks, W. Stroh], E. Secretary-Treasurer, F. Vogt.
Tiesnes, J. Zielinski. Executive Committee: 0. Haase, P.
Licensed Ministers: Horn, A. Klapper, K. Kohler, P.
Schulze, W. Suckert.
E. Kruger, K. Nowicki.
Departmental Secretaries:
Licensed Missionaries:
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
H. Manke, J. Pieschka, Olga Wei- Y. P. M. V., K. Kohler.
rauch.
Ordained Ministers:
J. Beier, Tr. Bottcher, A. Brendel,
A. 0. Faetting, 0. Haase, G. Hum-
EAST PRUSSIAN CONFERENCE mel, E. Jager, K. Kohler, A. Kraut-
schick, H. Langner, W. Ludwig, W.
Organized 1903 Radke, 0. Schwenecke, E. Simon.
Territory: Provinces of East Prussia. Honorary: H. Dietrich, R. Dietrich,
E. Dwehus, P. Horn.
Population: About 2,600,000; churches,
72 ; members, 2,028. Licensed Ministers:
F. Dobinski, E. Oestreich, H. H.
Office Address: Steindamm 32 a III, Oestreich, F. Vogt.
Konigsberg (Pr.), Germany. (Tele-
phone, 32292.) Licensed Missionaries:
Officers: K. Hossfeld, H. Pohle.
President, Hugo Glass.
Sec.-Treas., E. Tulaszewski.
Executive Committee: H. Glass, F. NORTHEAST SAXONIAN CON-
Budnick, J. Heimann, F. May, W. FERENCE
Noack, J. Urgien, M. Zielinski.
Organized 1919
Departmental Secretaries:
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Territory: District of Dresden, Bautzen,
Y. P. M. V., W. Noack. and Leipzig.
Ordained Ministers: Population: About 3,284,578; churches,
61 members, 2,532.
W. Adamsky, P. Behrendt, H. Eich-
hoff, H. Glass, W. Gotz, K. Hilweg, Office Address: Haydnstr. 16, Dresden
W. Kloss, H. Korsch, W. Noack, E. A. 16, Germany. (Telephone, 64421.)
Rathke, B. Schulz, J. Schwital, M.
Wasidlow, M. Zielinski. Officers:
President, H. Brinkmann.
Licensed Ministers: Secretary-Treasurer, E. Kermer.
E. Karwatzke, J. Kulessa, L. Kuzma, Executive Committee: H. Brinkmann,
W. Wachhaus. R. Dienel, M. Fischer, F. Heinrich, B.
Licensed Missionaries: Neuhaus, H. Richter, M. Thiermann,
M. Thiirmer.
E. Denkert, H. Morenings, W. Uhlig,
K. Weise. Departmental Secretaries:
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., H. Richter.
MARCH LUSATIAN CONFERENCE Ordained Ministers:
Organized Jan. 1, 1929 H. Brinkmann, J. Brzezinski, W. Der-
lath, F. Heinrich, M. Hochmuth, F.
Territory: Upper and Lower Lusatian, Jurke, R. Klinger, H. Kobs, R. Lusky,
Grenzmark and the territory of prov- F. Meyer, B. Neef, R. Patzig, A.
ince Brandenburg except the districts Porsch, H. Richter, W. Thalmann, W.
belonging to the Berlin and Pomera- Thiermann, B. Westhofer.
nian Conferences. Honorary: M. Ballack, W. Schwen-
ecke.
Population: About 2,350,000; churches,
56 ; members, 1,632. Licensed Ministers:
A. Geserick, H. Gunther, H. Werner.
Office Address: Kaiser-Wilhelm-Platz
46, Cottbus, Germany. (Telephone, Licensed Missionaries:
2993.) G. Ackermann, H, Schluttig, K. Vogt,
76 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

POMERANIAN CONFERENCE Ordained Ministers:


Organized 1901 0. Bahr, 0. Bauscher, J. Chodura, P.
Englert, R. Gomola, F. Grellmann, W.
Territory: Province of Pomerania, Dis- Guldenpfennig, J. Kanzok, K. Keller,
tricts of Friedeberg, Soldin, Arns- E. Kluth, R. Langholf, H. Laue, G.
walde, Landsberg /W., Konigsberg Lehmann, A. Ludtke, H. Neumann,
N /M., Oberbarnim, Kiistrin, Schneide- E. Niedoba, B. Ohme, E. Pistorius,
milhl, Angermilnde, Templin, Prenz- K. Schafer, H. Schmidt, F. Stekla,.
lau, and North Grenzmark. A. Thomas.
Population: About 2,500,000; churches, Licensed Ministers:
69 ; members, 1,666. A. Kruk, J. Parusel, M. Rothe, H.
Schaller.
Office Address: Arndtstrasse 37 a, III,
Stettin, Germany. (Tel. 22319.) Licensed Missionaries:
Officers: F. Besehn, R. Clausnitzer, R. Inner,
P. Scheer, L. Walter.
President, A. Rebensburg.
Secretary-Treasurer, F. Wiedmer.
Executive Committee: A. Rebensburg,
R. Bischoff, W. Gauger, S. Kohl, R.
Schade, G. Suckert, R. Wulff.
SUDETEN CONFERENCE
Departmental Secretaries:
Organized 1938
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., G. Suckert. Territory: Sudetenland.
Ordained Ministers: Population: 2,100,000 ; churches, 33 ;
D. Brinkmann, 0. Dabritz, K. Dobin- members, 923.
ski, W. Gauger, E. Kulessa, Fr. Office Address: Augasse 11, Reichen-
Leskien, C. Maier, W. Muller, G. berg, Sudetenland, Germany.
Petzold, A. Rebensburg, W. Schmie-
der, E. Schubert, G. Suckert. Officers:
Honorary: W. Tribbensee. President, M. Hartmann.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. Kunert.
Licensed Ministers: Executive Committee: M. Hartmann,
It. Saborowski, E. Schafer, It. F. Klimt, H. Riistig, W. Schnabel,
Schmidt, C. Wloka. A. Weinert.
Licensed Missionaries: Departmental Secretaries:
P. Bohlmann, H. Lingel, F. Wiedmer. Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., H. Riistig.
Ordained Ministers:
F. Bohm, R. Frauenberger, G. Geier,
SILESIAN CONFERENCE M. Hartmann, E. Luftner, F. Munich,
Organized 1907 T. Neuwirth, M. Posel, J. Richter, H.
Rustig, A. Weinert.
Territory: Upper Silesia, and districts Licensed Ministers:
of Breslau, Oppeln, Liegnitz, and
Kattawitz. R. Fischer, 0. Gutwald, H. Knobloch,
A. Kunert, A. Strala.
Population: About 7,900,000; churches,
91 ; members, 3,352. Licensed Missionary: 0. Fuchs.
Office Address: Kornerstr. 6 /8, Breslau
13, Germany. (Telephone, 30952.)
Officers:
President, B. Ohme. WEST SAXONIAN CONFERENCE
Secretary, 0. Bahr.
Treasurer, Erna Spichale. Organized 1920
Executive Committe : B. Ohme, 0. Territory: District of Chemnitz and
Bahr, J. Becker, G. Dombek, R. Milke, Zwickau.
P. Munch, H. Schmidt. Population : 2,000,000 ; churches, 75
Departmental Secretaries: members, 2,648.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Cable and Telegraphic Address: Ad-
Y. P. M. V., 0. Bahr. venthaus, Chemnitz.
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 77

Office Address: Adventhaus, Hans Ordained Ministers:


Aachs-Strasse 9, Chemitz, Germany. K. Amelung, R. Biller, A. Dolling, F.
(Telephone, 51332.) Hambrock, P. Haufe, K. Hoffmann,
H. Hufnagel, K. Jonuleit, J. Kling-
Officers: beil, E. Koch, Kurt Kohler, 0. P.
President, F. Hambrock. Muller, W. Oswald, K. Pansegrau, R.
Secretary-Treasurer, W. Wolf. Schafer, H. Schaper, K. Thiele, K.
Executive Committee: F. Hambrock, Wagner.
K. Amelung, M. Baier, P. Haufe,
R. H. Kohler, E. Lippert, B. Ohme, Licensed Ministers:
R. Queck, 0. Wilde. G. Krautschick, H. Saborowski, F.
Tertel, W. Wolf.
Departmental Secretaries:
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Licensed Missionaries:
Y. P. M. V., K. Amelung. E. Loser, H. Vogel.

NETHERLAND UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1938
Territory: The Netherlands. NORTH NETHERLAND CON-
FERENCE
Population: 8,500,000; churches, 33; Organized 1938
members, 1,405.
Territory: Noord-Holland, including the
Office Address: Lange Beestenmarkt village Hillegom of Zuid-Holland ;
102, The Hague, Netherlands. (Tele- Gelderland northward of the river
phone, 's-Gravenhage 11 70 25.) Rijn from Lobith to Rhenen ; Overij-
sel ; Drente, Groningen, and Fries-
Legal Name: Kerkgenootschap der land.
Zevende-Dags-Adventisten in Neder- Population: 4,000,000; churches, 18;
land, gevestigd to 's Gravenhage. members, 716.
Officers: Office Address: Badhuisweg 14, Apel-
President, J. Wintzen. doorn, Netherlands.
Secretary, P. Voorthuis. Officers:
Treasurer, C. A. L. Havenstroom. President, H. Eelsing.
Executive Committee: J. Wintzen, F. Secretary, P. Voorthuis.
Baecker, H. Eelsing, T. Eikelenboom, Treasurer, C. A. L. Havenstroom.
J. Kerssen, J. Toben, P. Voorthuis. Executive Committee:. H. Eelsing, J.
Kerssen', C. Schutte, J. Toben, P.
Departmental Secretaries: Voorthuis.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Departmental Secretaries:
Y. P. M. V., F. A. Baecker.
Welfare Work, H. Eelsing. Same as in the Union.
Ordained Ministers:
Ordained Ministers: H. Eelsing, J. Lankhorst, P. v. Oos-
F. A. Baecker, J. Wintzen. sanen, A. Schmutzler, H. Schor, P.
Voorthuis.
Licensed Missionary: C. A. L. Haven- Licensed Missionaries:
stroom.
G. L. A. Faber, H. Heykoop, P. Klop,
Institutions: D. Vink.
Publishing House: Stichting : Boek-
enhuis der Advent-Zending, van SOUTH NETHERLAND CON-
Weede van Dijkveldstr. 77, 's-Gra-
venhave, Netherlands. (Telephone, FERENCE
55 41 40.) Organized 1938
Children Home: "Zonheuvel," Bilt-
scheweg 14, Den Dolder, Nether- Territory: Zuid-Holland, excepting the
lands. (Telephone, Huis ter Heide village Hillegom ; Gelderland south-
202.) ward of the river Rijn from Lobith
78 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

to Rhenen Limburg, Noord-Brabant, Departmental Secretaries:


and Zeeland. Same as in the Union.
Population: 4,500,000 ; churches, 15 ;
members, 689. Ordained Ministers:
Office Address: Lange Beestenmarkt J. W. Berthold, W. Betram.
102, The Hague, Netherlands.
Licensed Ministers:
Officers:
President, J. Wintzen. H. H. Schmitz, F. J. Voorthuis.
Secretary, F. Baecker.
Treasurer, C. A. L. Havenstroom. Licensed Missionaries:
Executive Committee: J. Wintzen, N. N. Heykoop, P. L. Prins, C. P. de
Baars, F. A. Baecker, T. M. Eikelen- Ruiter, J. A. de Ruiter, B. Slond,
b oom. P. Sol.

SOUTH GERMAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1912

Territory: Wurtemberg, Baden, Bava- BADEN CONFERENCE


ria, Rhine, Palatinate, Thuringia,
North Eastmark, South Eastmark, Organized 1912 ; Reorganized 1922
comprising the Baden, Central Rhen-
ish, Franc.-Thuring., South Bavarian, Territory: Baden and the Bavarian
Wurtemberg, North Eastmark, and Palatinate.
South Eastmark Conferences. Population: 3,300,000 ; churches, 28 ;
members, 1,117.
Population: 25,040,000; churches, 242;
members, 10,041. Office: Kriegsstrasse 84, Karlsruhe,
i /B., Germany.
Office Address: Diemershalden Str. 23,
Stuttgart-0, Wurtemberg, Germany. Officers:
President, E. Berner.
Officers: Treasurer, Miss B. Muth.
President, G. Seng. Auditor, Miss H. Kofink.
Treas. and Office Sec., Helene Kofink. Executive Committee: E. Berner, Th.
Auditor, P. A. Brandt. Gawlik, F. C. Grieser, K. Kafitz, Fr.
Executive Committee: G. Seng, W. Muller, K. Ohme, Fr. Zapp.
Amelung, E. Berner, W. Edener, E.
Mayer, W. Meinhardt, A. W. Muller, Departmental Secretaries:
0. Neubauer, A. Sachsenmeyer, L. Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Schneebauer, A. Wegener, A. Wick- Y. P. M. V., E. Berner.
lein. Ordained Ministers:
Departmental Secretaries: E. Berner, E. Csammer, Fr. Durr,
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and D. Eicher, H. Gobel, F. Ch. Grieser,
Y. P. M. V., 0. Neubauer. Fr. Kobele, R. Lange.
Honorary: G. F. Horner.
Ordained Ministers:
0. Neubauer, G. Seng. Licensed Ministers:
F. Breuninger, A. Nussle, J. Schmidt.
South German Building Association:
Manager and Bookkeeper, Wilhelm
Amelung.
Committee: W. Amelung, W. Edener, CENTRAL RHENISH CONFERENCE
E. Mayer, A. W. Muller, 0. Neubauer, Organized 1920
A. Sachsenmeyer, G. Seng, A. Wick-
lein. Territory: The Free State Hessia (Prov-
inces Rhinehessia, Starkenburg and
South German Health Association Com- Upper Hessia). Of. the Hessia-Nas-
mittee: sau Province: The administrative dis-
W. Amelung, W. Edener, A. W. Mul- trict of Wiesbaden excepting the Un-
ler, A. Sachsenmeyer, G. Seng. terlahn district. Of the administra-
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 79

tive district Kassel: Hanau, Geln- Departmental Secretaries:


hausen, Schliichtern, Fulda, Htinfeld. Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Of Bavaria: Aschaffenburg, Alzenau, Y. P. M. V., H. Schmidt.
Obernburg and Miltenberg. The
Saar-District. From the Rhine Prov- Ordained Ministers:
ince, the districts: Trier, Saarburg, E. Adolph, H. Feddersen, W. Gehl,
Merzig-Wadern, St. Wendel, Baum- W. Gericke, A. Haag, 0. Kelle, L.
holder, Bad Kreuznach. From the Krug, E. Kuschel, W. Lorenz, A. W.
State Oldenburg: the district Birken- Muller, R. Muller, E. Schenk, H.
feld. Schmidt, F. Schrattenholzer, E.
Population: 4,500,000 ; churches, 34 ; Schwarz, A. Stammberger, H. Wittig.
members, 1,419. Honorary: K. Sinz.
Office: Eschenheimer Anlage 32, Frank- Licensed Minister: 0. Elssmann.
furt am Main, Germany.
Licensed Missionaries:
Officers: Miss K. Fischer, Miss A. Gutmann,
President, A. Sachsenmeyer. Miss A. Hertwig, Miss M. Scheiben-
Treasurer, Miss Lydia Rein. "berger, H. Simon.
Auditor, Miss Helene Kofink.
Honorary: G. Bohm, M. Michaelis.
Executive Committee: A. Sachsen-
meyer, W. Christanz, F. Fritz, F.
Hasel, G. Meyer, H. Nau, 0. Schnei-
der.
NORTH EASTMARK CONFERENCE
Departmental Secretaries:
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Organized 1936
Y. P. M. V., A. Sachsenmeyer.
Territory: Vienna, Lower Danube, Up-
Ordained Ministers: per Danube.
W. Gemeinhardt, W. Haas, E. Maier, Population: 4,840,000 ; churches, 20 ;
H. Nau, M. Prull, A. Sachsenmeyer, members, 936.
0. Saur, H. Zimmermann.
Honorary: H. Behr, F. J. Ott. Office: Pelzgasse 2/10, Vienna XV /101,
Germany.
Licensed Ministers:
Officers:
H. Noltze, A. Ohme.
President, L. Schneebauer.
Licensed Missionaries: Treasurer, Miss M. Rollett.
Miss L. Furst, J. Schonach. Auditor, Miss H. Kofink.
Executive Committee: L. Schnee-
bauer, H. Auer, K. Floder, R. Grab-
ner, F. Pfingstl, E. Pickhart.
FRANCONIAN-THURINGIAN
CONFERENCE Departmental Secretaries:
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Organized 1934 Y. P. M. V., J. Schor.
Territory: Upper, Central, and Lower Ordained Ministers:
Franconia (excepting Aschaffenburg). Fr. Gruber, R. Lohner, J. Penner,
Upper Palatinate (excepting Regens- F. Pfingstl, L. Schneebauer, J. Schor,
burg), Thuringia with the adminis- M. Schwab.
trative district Erfurt, district Schleu-
singen, Schmalkalden, Ziegenruck Licensed Ministers:
(excepting Sondershausen). Th. Erbes, F. Pieringer.
Population: 4,600,000 ; churches, 59 ; Licensed Missionaries:
members, 2,431.
M. Drechsler, E. Kiepe.
Office Address: Hinterm Bahnhof 30,
Ntirrtberg, Germany.
Officers: SOUTH EASTMARK CONFERENCE
President, A. W. Muller.
Treasurer, Miss F. Andersson. Organized 1936
Auditor, Miss H. Kofink.
Territory: Salzburg, Tirol, Vorarlberg,
Executive Committee: A. W. Muller, Styria, Carinthia.
H. Feddersen, W, Hofmockel, R.
Kopp, H. Martin, W. Meinhardt, Th. Population: 2,000,000; churches, 15;
Muller, W. Touchard, F. Vogel. members, 718.
80 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

Office Address: Adolf Hitlerkai 81, Ordained Ministers:


Salzburg-Aigen, Germany.
W. Edener, H. Erzberger, Fr. Fleck,
Officers: M. Ganzleben, K. Golzer, J. F.
Grieser, C. H. Loosen, G. Schmalkoke.
President, A. Wegener. H. Schnotzinger, H. Schwarz, A.
Treasurer, Miss M. Rollett. Ulrich, R. Vogel, Fr. Weigel.
Auditor, Miss H. Kofink.
Licensed Ministers:
Executive Committee: A. Wegener, K.
Erich, R. Grabner, H. Mayer, P. E. Alberth, H. Riedel.
Weinand. Licensed Missionaries:
Departmental Secretaries: Miss M. Kuffer, A. Schneider, J. G
Somer, Miss K. Westenberger.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., A. Wegener.
Ordained Ministers: WURTEMBERG CONFERENCE
W. Binanzer, K. Fleck, W. Gast, F. Organized 1912
Lubschina, A. Wegener, P. Weinand.
Territory: Wurtemberg including Hoh-
Licensed Minister: O. Lenzi. enzollernSigmaringen.
Licensed Missionary: J. A. Gratz. Population: 2,600,000 ; churches, 44 ;
members, 1,601.
Office Address: Fangelsbachstr. 11,
Stuttgart-S, Germany.
SOUTH BAVARIAN CONFERENCE Officers:
Organized 1919 President, Ed. Mayer.
Treasurer and Office Secretary, Jo-
Territory: Upper and Lower Bavaria, hanna Walz.
Swabia, Neuburg, and the southern Auditor, Helene Kofink.
part of the Upper Palatinate, includ-
ing Regensburg. Executive Committee: Ed. Mayer, L.
Feucht, Fr. Gregorius, Fr. Hager,
Population: 3,200,000 ; churches, 42 ; W. Kramer, Fr. Kurz, E. Spah.
members, 1,819. Departmental Secretaries:
Office Address: Tizianstrasse 18, Mu- Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
nich 19, Bavaria, Germany. Y. P. M. V., 0. Neubauer.
Ordained Ministers:
Officers:
A. Ansel, Fr. Gregorius, A. Henger,
President, W. Edener. M. Kunze, Ed. Mayer, Fr. Roth, K.
Treasurer, Aurelia Hiibsch. Scheele, H. Zettwoch.
Auditor, Helene Kofink.
Honorary: C. Reihlen, R. Werner.
Executive Committee: W. Edener, J.
Bauer, E. Beck, W. Kehr, A. Konrad Licensed Ministers:
A. Schneider, H. Schwarz. K. Burk, F. Gunther.
Departmental Secretaries: Licensed Missionaries:
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Miss J. Baschenegger, E. Fuchs, Miss
Y. P. M. V., G. Schmalkoke. A. Kohle, Miss E. Kuspert, A. Posch.

WEST GERMAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1909

Territory: Central German, Hanover, Full Title in German: Gemeinschaft der


Hansa, Hessia-Westphalian, and Siebenten - Tags - Adventisten, West-
Rhenish Conferences. deutscher Verband.
Population: 25,600,000 ; churches, 244 ; Officers:
members, 9,512. President, C. A. Motzer.
Secretary-Treasurer, Otto Gmehling.
Office Address: Richard-Wagner-Str. Auditor: For the Union, the Division
28, Hannover-N., Germany. (Tele- Auditor. For the Conferences, the
phone, 60018.) Union Treasurer.
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 81

Executive Committee: C. A. Motzer, 0. Panzig, W. Pohland, K. Schieber,


W. Althoff, R. Dettmar, K. Faesecke, C. Steudel.
0. Gmehling, W. John, E. Kamann, Licensed Ministers:
L. Lutz, W. Peters, A. Pioch, A.
Vollmer. E. Fischdick, W. Koch, W. Rieck-
mann, A. Scherf, P. Schornstein, F.
Departmental Secretaries: Sutor, H. Tilgner, A. Weisse.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Licensed Missionary: Miss J. Volk-
Y. P. M. V., R. Dettmar. mann.
Ordained Ministers:
R. Dettmar, 0. Gmehling, C. A.
Motzer.
Legal Assn.: Westdeutsche Grund- HANOVER CONFERENCE
stiicks-Gesellschaft m. b. H., Ham- Organized 1919
burg.
Office: Richard-Wagner-Str. 28, Hann- . Territory: From the Province Hanover
over-N. ; Manager, C. A. Motzer. (Free-State Prussia) the administra-
tive districts Liineburg, Stade, Au-
rich ; the administrative district Han-
over without Hameln-Pyrmont. The
CENTRAL GERMAN CONFERENCE administrative district Osnabruck city
and rural, Melle, Wittlage, Iburg.
Organized 1934 From the Province Saxony (Free-
State Prussia) the districts: Gardele-
Territory: The Free-States Brunswick, gen, Osterburg, Salzwedel, Stendal
Anhalt ; from the Free-State Thur- city and rural. The Free-State
ingia the district Sondershause ; from Bremen, the Free-State Oldenburg
the province Saxony (Free-State without Birkenfeld and Eutin.
Prussia) the administrative district
Merseburg ; the administrative dis- Population: 3,600,000 ; churches, 46 ;
trict Erfurt without Erfurt; from members, 1,523.
the administrative district Magdeburg
the districts Wernigerode, Halber- Office Address: Neustadt-Contrescarpe
stadt city and rural, Quedlinburg city 30, I., Bremen, Germany. (Tele-
and rural, Aschersleben, Oschersleben, phone, 50626.)
Wanzleben, Calbe, Wolmirstedt, Neu- Legal Name: Gemeinschaft der Sieben-
haldensleben, Jerichow I and II, ten-Tags-Adventisten, Hannoversche
Magdeburg city; from the province Vereinigung e.V.
Hanover (Free-State Prussia) the ad-
ministrative district Hildesheim. Officers:
Population: 4,400,000 ; churches, 45 ; President, C. A. Motzer.
members, 1,593. Secretary, R. Kaufmann.
Treasurer, Miss F. Meier.
Office Address: Fasanenstr. 63, I., Auditor, the treasurer of the West
Braunschweig, Germany. (Telephone, German Union.
4167.) Executive Committee: C. A. Motzer,
Full Title in German: Gemeinschaft der M. Barlach, K. Barmann, 0. DrOse-
Siebenten - Tags - Adventisten, Mittel- meier, R. Kaufmann.
deutsche Vereinigung. Departmental Secretaries:
Officers: Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
President, W. Althoff. Y. P. M. V., R. Kaufmann.
Secretary, C. Steudel.'
Treasurer, Miss M. Fuchs. Ordained Ministers:
Auditor: The treasurer of the West W. Amian, E. Baumbach, W. Bege-
German Union. mann, F. Brandt, K. Druge, E.
Executive Committee: W. Althoff, E. Fraatz, K. Harress, C. Kapitz, R.
Pabst, W. Schubert, 0. Stein, C. Kaufmann, A. Mannesmann, H.
Steudel. Wehrmann, H. Wille.
Honorary: J. Christoffers, H. Fenner,
Departmental Secretaries: W. Prillwitz.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., C. Steudel. Licensed Ministers:
Ordained Ministers: H. Heuser, A. Piorr, H. Treeck, P.
Wurzberger.
W. Althoff, J. Fenner, G. Fischdick,
W. Herbert, H. Knoner, L. Martin, Licensed Missionary: Mrs. 0. Thaden.
82 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

HANSA CONFERENCE Kassel city and rural, Kirchhain, Mar-


burg city and rural, Nelsungen, Ro-
Organized 1900 tenburg, Witzenhause, Wolfhagen,
Ziegenhain, Minfeld, der Eder, des
Territory: The Free-States Hamburg Eisenbergs, der Twiste, Schaumburg ;
and Mecklenburg. From the Free- from the administrative district Wies-
State Oldenburg the district Eutin. baden the district Biedenkopf ; from
From the Free-State Prussia the the administrative district Osnebruck
Province Schleswig-Holstein. (province Hanover) the districts:
Population: 3,900,000 ; churches, 50 ; Osnabriick city and rural, Wittlage,
members, 2,187. Melle and Iburg ; from the adminis-
trative district Hanover the district
Office Address: Grindelberg 11, I., Ham- Hameln city and Hameln-Pyrmont.
burg 13, Germany. (Telephone 559- The Free-States Schaumburg-Lippe-
080.) Detmold.
Legal Name: Gemeinschaft der Sieben- Population: 6,400,000, churches, 53 ;
ten-Tags-Adventisten, Hansa-Vereini- members, 1,687.
gung, e.V.
'Office Address: Briickenstrasse 34a,
Officers: Hamm i W , Germany. (Telephone,
President, W. John. 158.)
Secretary, H. Teichmann. Legal Name: Gemeinschaft der Sieben-
Treasurer, P. Jiischke. ten-Tags-Adventisten, Hessich-West-
Auditor, the treasurer of the West fillische Vereinigung, e. V.
German Union.
Executive Committee: W. John, G. Officers:
Elf, P. Jaschke, A. Kulow, F. Bickers, President, A. Pioch.
F. Ritzmann, C. Schwiderowitz, H. Secretary, E. Bartz.
Teichmann, H. Zuber. Treasurer, G. Bahr.
Auditor, the treasurer of the West
Departmental Secretaries: German Union.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Executive Committee: A. Pinch, E.
Y. P. M. V., H. Teichmann. Bartz, A. Bente, A. Bremer, B.
Ordained Ministers: Schenk.
A. Arnhold, J. Bohlmann, G. Durolf, Departmental Secretaries:
C. Glockner, E. Hennecke, W. John,
E. Kaufmann, G. Kortenhorn, W. Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Schon, R. Schroder, W. Schutte, H. Y. P. M. V., E. Bartz.
Stoltenberg, H. Teichmann, W. Un- Ordained Ministers:
ger.
E. Bahr, E. Bartz, A. Bremer, H.
Honorary: F. Gotting, 0. Janert; A. Kramer, P. Paprotny, A. Pioch, H.
Osterreich. Potschke, F. Racker, F. Rischmuller,
Licensed Ministers: W. Rohde, F. Schluter, A. v. Wallen-
stern.
F. Binnebossel, H. Burger, K. Got-
zinger, W. Hampel, A. Heiderstadt, Honorary: C. Dangschat, W. Varle-
F. Kopp, 0. Lutz, H. Oswald, E. mann.
Tilgner.
Licensed Ministers:
Licensed Missionaries: E. Binanzer, E. Christoffers, H. Claus,
Mrs. E. Prieser, A. Witepsky. E. Detlefsen, H. Waldeck.
Honorary: C. V. Fintel. Licensed Missionaries:
P. Gode, 0. Klemt, K. Wittwer.
Honorary: A. Thomas.
HESSIA-WESTPHALIAN
CONFERENCE
RHENISH CONFERENCE
Organized 1898 as West German
Conference Organized 1902
Territory: From the Free-State Prussia Territory: From the Free-State Prussia
the province Westphalia; from the the province Rhineland (excepting
province Hessen-Nassau the adminis- Saarland) without the districts
trative district Kassel with the dis- Kreuznach, Meisenheim, St. Wendel-
tricts Eschwege, Frankenberg, Fritz- Baumholder, Trier city and rural,
lar, Hersfeld, Hofgeismar, Homberg, Merzing-Wadern, Saarburg. From
CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION 83

the province Hessen-Nassau and the Executive Committee: W. Peters, 0.


administrative district Wiesbaden the Adolph, H. Eickermann; F. Hilmer,
Underlahn district and the districts 0. Hirth, E. Kamaon, P. Knitter, A.
St. Goarshausen, Niederlahnstein, Piihl, F. Riiger.
Oberlahnstein, Braubach.
Departmental Secretaries:
Population: 7,300,000; churches, 61; Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
members, 2,522. Y. P. M. V., F. Hilmer.
Office Address: Adlerstrasse 70, Diissel- Ordained Ministers:
dorf, Germany. (Telephone, 16167.) R. Brager, H: Detlefsen, R. Eichwald,
B. Engel, F. Hilmer, H. Osterburg,
Legal Name: Gemeinschaft der Sieben- W. Peters, R. Rittau, K. Schulte, R.
ten-Tags-Adventisten, Rheinische Ve- Stein, E. Wenzel.
reinigung e. V.
Licensed Ministers:
Officers: F. Ernst, 0. Hesse, H. Kachel, R.
President, W. Peters. Linker, G. Ludwig, H. Rohwedder, A.
Soetbeer, K. Voget, 0. Westermann,
Secretary, F. Hilmer. , G. Wucherer, P. Wuttke.
Treasurer, A. Pohl.
Auditor, the treasurer of the West Licensed Missionaries:
German Union. F. Brockmann, Miss M. Diekmann.

DETACHED ORGANIZATIONS
BOHEMIAN-MORAVIAN Licensed Missionaries:
CONFERENCE M. Adamova, M. Bujokova, F. Bures,
Organized 1919; Reorganized 1939 0. Drapal, P. Gajdusek, K. Hurta,
J. Kantor, V. Kysilko, A. Martisova,
Territory: Bohemia and Moravia. B. Moskorova, K. Seitz, 0. Wagen-
knecht, M. Vranova.
Population: 7,000,000 ; churches, 46 ;
members, 1,570.
Office Address: Prag-Kgl. Weinberge, GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Miinchenerstr. 35. Protektorate Bo- CONFERENCE
hemia and Moravia, Germany.
Organized Dec. 4, 1939
Legal Assn.: Ceskomorayska jednota
adventistu sedmeho dne v Brne. Territory: District of Warsaw, Cracow,
Office: Miinchenerstr. 35, Prag XII ; Lublin and Kielce.
Manager, J. Doubraysky.
Population: 10,600,000 ; churches, 16 ;
Officers: members, 540.
President, J. Doubraysky. Office Address: Turecka 1, Warschau
Sec. and Treas., J. Cepl. S 36.
Executive Committee: J. Doubrav-
sky, J. Cepl, J. Mokry, K. Polednik, Legal Assn.: "Konstrukcja" Lim. War-
F. Sumbera, P. Surman, F. Zidek. saw, Turecka 1.
Departmental Secretaries: Officers:
Home Missionary, Y. P. M. V., and President, W. Czembor.
Sabbath School, P. Surman. Secretary-Treasurer, M. Babinski.
Executive Committee: W. Czembor,
Ordained Ministers: M. Babinski, J. Borody, J. Klotz, W.
J. Cepl, J. Doubraysky, F. Konvalina, Siemionowicz.
V. Kroulik, J. Oborny, K. Polednik,
P. Raska, F. Sumbera, P. Surman, Departmental Secretaries:
A. Zurek. Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., J. Borody.
Licensed Ministers:
0. Kimler, D. Krynsky, A. Kubecka, Ordained Ministers:
J. Kuty, J. Marcolla, A. Prazan, J. W. Czembor, J. Kulak, 0. Niedoba,
Skrla, B. Teply. Kl. Piontek.
S4 CENTRAL EUROPEAN DIVISION

Licensed Ministers: INSTITUTIONS


J. Borody, L. Geisler, M. Hintz, St.
Kwiecinski, J. Lipski, J. Wierz- Educational:
bowski. Friedensau Missionary Seminary,
Friedensau bei Burg, Post Grabow,
Licensed Missionaries: Bez. Magdeburg, Germany.
M. Babinski, F. Cybura, E. Lawaty.
Publishing:
Hamburg Publishing House, "Voll-
SLOVAKIAN CONFERENCE mer and Bentlin, Kom.-Ges.,"
Organized 1919 Grindelberg 15a, Hamburg 13, Ger-
many.
Territory: Slovakia. Netherland Publishing House, "Stich-
Population: 2,600,000; churches, 24; ting: Boekenhuis der Advent-Zend-
members, 549. ing," van Weede van Dijkveldstraat
Office Address: Schanzstr. 24a, IL, 77, The Hague, Netherland.
Pressburg, Slovakia. Polish Publishing House ("Polski
Dom Nakladowy" Lim.) Ul. Tur-
Officers: ecka 1, Warschau, Generalgouver-
President, J. Lichy. nement.
Secretary-Treasurer, St. Macko.
Executive Committee: J. Lichy, St. Sanitariums and Treatment Rooms:
Macko, A. Messerschmidt, M. Shnei-
der, T. J. Zigmund. Bad Aibling Sanitarium, Bad Aib-
ling, Kurhotel Wittelsbach, Ober-
Departmental Secretaries: bayern, Germany.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Krankenhaus "Waldfriede," Fischer-
Y. P. M. V., J. Lichy. Mitten Str. 99-109, Berlin-Zehlen-
dorf, Germany.
Ordained Ministers: Charlottenbad, Charlottenstr. 24,
J. Gajan, J. Lichy, T. J. Zigmund. Hamburg 19, Germany.
Recreation Home, Marienhohe, Darm-
Licensed Ministers: stadt, Germany.
St. Macko, J. Sobotka, J. Strba, P.
Styk. Food Factory:
Licensed Missionary: German Health Food Factory, Campe-
J. Zahoransky. strasse 18, Hamburg 26, Germany.
CHINA DIVISION
Organized 1931

Territory: China, Manchuria, Mongolia, Division Executive Committee. This


Tibet, Sinkiang, and the islands con- emergency committee is known as the
trolled by China, together with Hong Shanghai Branch Committee of the
Kong and Macao ; all of which are China Division of the General Con-
comprised in the Central China, East ference of Seventh-day Adventists,
China, North China, Northwest China, and functions while the Division of-
South China, West China, and Man- ficers are not residing in Shanghai.
churian Union Missions. All members of the Division Commit-
tee are ex-officio members of the
Population: 519,741,367; churches, 297 ; Shanghai Branch Committee, which
members, 19,720. committee is organized as follows:
Officers: Y. H. Chu, Chairman ; S. J. Lee,
Secretary-Treasurer; other national
President, members resident in Shanghai: Y. C.
Secretary, S. L. Frost.
Treasurer and Auditor, W. I. Hilliard. Hsu, Goh Chao-Oh, Chang Peh-an,
Helen Woo, Chen Ming, Shen Tien-
Executive Committee: G. J. Appel, ran, Chuang Hsitien, Lin Wei-su.
Chen Wenhsioh, Y. H. Chu, C. H.
Davis, S. L. Frost, Gob Chao-Oh, W. Legal Association: "General Conference
I. Hilliard, Y. C. Hsu, K. T. Khng, Corporation of Seventh-day Advent-
Koh Chiao-liang, S. J. Lee, Liu Fu-an, ists." W. I. Hilliard, Attorney-in-
E. L. Longway, C. B. Miller, Bessie fact.
Mount, John Oss, R. C. Shen, F. Y. Educational Department:
Wang, M. C. Warren, E. C. Wood.
Secretary, H. C. Shen.
Due to the war situation in the Members: Division officers, Bessie
Orient, and the fact that the officers Mount, Y. P. M. V. secretaries of
of the China Division, as well as many union missions, heads of senior and
of our leaders, are now isolated from junior training institutes, superin-
their fields, temporary emergency ar- tendents and general field secretaries
rangements have been worked out for of union missions.
the carrying on of our work both in
free and occupied sections of China as Home Missionary Department:
follows : Secretary, E. L. Longway.
Temporary Division Headquarters: Members: Division officers, Division
Chungking, Szechwan, China. departmental secretaries, union home
missionary secretaries as appointed,
Cable Address: "Adventist Mission," union field missionary secretaries,
Chungking. superintendents and general field sec-
retaries of union missions.
Officers:
Acting President, E. L. Longway. Medical Department:
Acting Secretary-Treasurer, G. J. Secretary, Herbert Liu.
Appel. Members: Division officers, physicians
Provisional Division Committee: E. connected with all recognized sani-
L. Longway, G. J. Appel, W. S. Chen, tariums, treatment rooms, and hos-
F. A. Liu, Herbert Liu, C. I. Meng, pital-dispensaries; superintendents of
C. B. Miller, H. C. Shen, James nurses in institutions conducting
Wang, M. C. Warren. nurses' training schools, superintend-
Appointed Members: Z. H. Coberly, - ents and general field secretaries of
Chen Yu Shih, T. S. Geraty, T. S. union missions.
Wu, Su Hsing.
Ministerial Association:
The above acting officers and pro- Secretary, C. Meng.
visional committee will function during
the war emergency in all parts of the Advisory Council: Division officers,
China Division territory that are ac- superintendents and general field sec-
cessible to them. retaries of union missions, division
departmental secretaries, union evan-
Shanghai Branch Committee : An emer- gelists, principals of senior and junior
gency committee has been authorized training institutes, heads of the Bible
to look after the interest of the work and evangelistic departments of the
in the occupied areas of the Manchu- China Training Institute, C. I. Meng.
rian, North China, East China, and
Central China Union fields, in con- Missionary Volunteer Department:
junction with the China provisional Secretary, H. C. Shen.
85
86 CHINA DIVISION

Members: Division officers, Bessie Ordained Ministers:


Mount, Y. P. M. V. secretaries of G. J. Appel, Z. H. Coberly, Alfred
union missions, heads of senior and Fossey, S. L. Frost, Goh Chao-O, T.
junior training institutes, superin- C. Huang, David Hwang, E. L. Long-
tendents and general field secretaries way, C. I. Meng, John Oss, H. S.
of union missions. Shen.
Publishing Department: Licensed Ministers:
Y. H. Chu, T. S., Gevaty, W. I. Hil-
Secretary, E. L. Longway. liard, Ho Ping-Duan, H. D. Ho,
Members: Division officers, union field R. Y. Huang, Herbert Liu, Chen
and home missionary secretaries, local Ming, S. H. Pang, Shan Ying
field missionary secretaries, manager Min, Su Using, J. H. Su, A. F. Tai,
and chief editors of the Signs Pub- S. S. Tsai, C. C. Wang, H. Y. Wang,
lishing House, superintendents and J. D. Wang, S. T. Wang, E. C. Wood,
general field secretaries of union mis- C. P. Yang.
sions. Licensed Missionaries:
Sabbath School Department: P. A. Chang, Chuan Hsi-tien, C. H.
Chen, Y. W. Chen, Mrs. Minnie H.
Secretary, G. J. Appel. Crisler, Mildred Dumas, H. W. Fan,
Members: Division officers, union Mrs. S. L. Frost, Mrs. T. S. Gevaty,
Sabbath school secretaries, David Benjamin Gia, Mrs. W. I. Hilliard,
Hwang, E. L. Longway, Chen Ming, Y. C. Hsu, Hsu Yen-ging, Mrs. R. Y.
Bessie Mount, Mary Ogle, Shen Tien- Huang, R. Y. Hwang Yaotso, F. B.
ran. Knight, Mrs. F. B. Knight, Rachel
Landrum, T. S. Liu, Lee Ming-ih,
Transportation Agents: W. r. Hilliard, M. I. Lee, S. J. Lee, Lin Wei-su, Mrs.
chairman; the union treasurers of the H. C. Liu, Mrs. E. L. Longway, Mrs.
South China, Central China, and Man- Mi Dehfeng, Bessie Mount, Pauline
churian Union Missions. Neal, Mary Ogle, Mrs. John Oss, Mrs.
S. H. Pang, Emma Pflug, Tsai Bu-
Division Building Committee: G. J. Ap- duou, Tsao Chun-kai, H. T. Wang,
pel, S. L. Frost, W. I. Hilliard, K. T. John Wang, S. T. Wang, Mrs. S. T.
Khng, H. Liu, E. L. Longway, C. B. Wang, W. T. Wang, Harry Wen, Mrs.
Miller, James Wang, E. C. Wood. E. C. Wood, Wu Hsiao-chen.

CENTRAL CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized 1919

Territory: The Provinces of Honan, Departmental Secretaries:


Hunan, Hupeh, and Kiangsi. Educational and Y. P. M. V., I. V.
Stonebrook.
Population: 116,468,648 ; churches, 28 ;
members, 2,406. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
J. H. Effenberg.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Medical,
Chungking, Szechwan, China. Publishing, J. E. Christensen.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Ordained Ministers:
Chungking, Szechwan, China.
J. H. Christensen, J. H. Effenberg, C.
Officers: B. Guild, D. K. Liu.
Superintendent, G. J. Appel. Licensed Ministers:
Acting Secretary-Treasurer, A. Fossey. H. C. Currie, I. V. Stonebrook, S. Y.
Associate Secretary-Treasurer, A. F. Tsoa.
Tai.
Executive Committee: G. J. Appel, Licensed Missionaries:
H. C. Currie, J. E. Christensen, J. H. Mrs. G. J. Appel, Mrs. Carl Currie,
Effenberg, C. B. Guild, H. B. Lee, Djao Ih-Biao, Mrs. J. H. Effenberg,
Y. S. Leng, Liu Djung-Gwang, Peng Stanley Ho, Mrs. I. V. Stonebrook,
Hsien-Wo, I. V. Stonebrook, A. F. D. C. Wu, Miss S. B. Yen, Mrs. Yfi
Tat, Wang Ging-Bo.
CHINA DIVISION 87

RONAN MISSION Departmental Secretaries:


Organized 1917 Educational and Y. P. M. V., Li
Gwang-Ren.
Territory: The Province of Honan ; also Field Missionary, Li Deng-Ren.
Tungming-hsien and Chang-yan-hsien Sabbath School and Home Mission-
of Hopei, and Tsao-hsien of Shan- ary, Wang Deh-Tzi.
tung. Ordained Ministers:
Population: 31,031,909 : churches, 12 ; J. E. Christiansen. Hwang Djung-
companies, 25 ; members, 1,440. Seng, Liu Djung-Gwang, Wang Deh-
Dzi.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis- Licensed Ministers:
sion," Yencheng. Hwang Dzi-Ling, Li Gwang-Ren,
H. I. Tsai, Wang Chuen-Yung.
Address: Yencheng, Honan, China.
Licensed Missionaries:
Officers:
Diang. Gwang-Sing, Dian Tien-Neng,
Director, C. B. Guild. Hwang Ren-Wu, Lee Hung-Bing, Wu
Secretary-Treasurer, C. Y. Feng. Hsin-Fang, Mrs. J. E. Christensen.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational, Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., Djao Lien-Ren. HUPEH MISSION
Home Missionary, Djang Djen-Hai.
Medical, Organized 1909
Publishing, Hou Hsu-Hsuan. Territory: The Province of Hupeh.
Ordained Ministers: Population: 27,167,244 ; churches, 3 ;
Djang Djen-Hai, Liu Djen-Bang, companies, 7 ; members, 290.
Peng Hsien-Djung, Shih Ru-Ling, Su
Dien-Ching, Tang Hsin-Loh, Wang Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Han-
Ging-Bo. kow.
Address: 107 Woo Tsu Street, Hankow,
Licensed Ministers: Hupeh, China.
Djang Gwoh-Djen, Djao Lien Yuen,
Hou Shu Hsuen, Liu Hsio Ming, Tang Officers:
Hsin Ho, Wang Yung Kang. Acting Director, T. R. Sheu.
Secretary-Treasurer, Y. S. Leng.
Licensed Missionaries:
Executive Committee: Y. S. Leng,
Cone Dzi-Djen, Djang Hsiian, Mrs. Abbie Dunn. Fang Chih-Hsiang, Hsu
Djang, Djang Ying-Kou, Feng Chen- Yao-tang, T. R. Sheu, Yen Chun-
Chieh, Feng Cheng-Yuin, Mrs. Gia, Shan.
Gia Wen-Deh, Li Sin-Feng, Wu Yung-
Guang. Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, Y. S. Leng.
Church School Teachers: 9. Educational, Home Missionary, Sab
bath School, and Y. P. M. V., Yang
Lien.
HUNAN MISSION Field Missionary, Yen Chuen-shan.
Organized 1917 Ordained Ministers:
Fan Chih-Hsiang, T. R. Shen.
Territory: The Province of Hunan. Licensed Minister: Hsu Sin-Tang.
Population: 40,700,285; churches, 8; Licensed Missionaries:
companies, 9 ; members,. 447. Chu Yeh-Chang, Abbie Dunn, Y. S.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis- Leng, Anna Lo, Lo Yin-Chiao, Wang
sion," Changsha. Yung-Kang, Yen Chuen-shan, Yen
Gia-Gieh, Yang Lien, Mrs. Yang
Address: S. D. A. Mission, 75 Fu Dzen Lien.
St., Changsha, Hunan, China.
Officers:
Director, J. E. Christensen. KIANGSI MISSION
Secretary-Treasurer, Lee Hung-Bing. Organized 1917
Executive Committee: J. E. Christen- Territory: The Province of Kiangsi.
sen, Hwang Tsung-Sen, Lee Hung-
Bing, Li Deng-Ren, Li Gwang-Ren, Population: 17,569,210; churches. 6 ;
Liu Djung-Gwang, Wang Deh-Dzi. companies, 7 ; members, 229.
88 CHINA DIVISION

Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis- Home Missionary and Sabbath School,


sion," Kian. Wang Wen-Hwei.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kian, Ki- Ordained Minister: Wang Wen-Hwei.
angsi, China.
Licensed Ministers:
Officers: Peng Hsien-Wu, Shen Hsuen-Hung.
Director, H. C. Currie. Licensed Missionaries:
Secretary-Treasdrer, Peng Hsien-Wu. Deng Siao-Sien, Peng Liang, Lo
Departmental Secretaries: Dzen-Yuan, Lo Yue-Ching, Peng Ta
Wei, Pu Ching Feng.
Book and Bible House and Educa-
tional, Peng Hsien-wu. Church School Teacher:
Field Missionary, Lo Kwo-Hwa.

EAST CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized 1909: reorganized 1919

Territory: The Anhwei, Kiangsu and ANHWEI MISSION


Chekiang Provinces. Organized 1910.
Population: 76,831,536 ; churches, 96 ; Territory: The Province of Anhwei,
members, 4,379. and Nanking district of Kiangsu
Province.
Telegraphic Address: "Mizpah," Shang-
hai. Population: 21,976,920; churches, 7;
members, 846.
Office Address: 1207 Yu-Yuen Road,
Shanghai, China. (Tel. 20167 or Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Nan-
21311.) king.
Officers: Postal Address: 20 Gao Lou Men, Nan-
king, Kiangsu, China.
Acting Superintendent, Koh Chiao Eo.
General Field Secretary, Goh Chao-Oh. Officers:
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, Director, T. S. Wu.
Secretary-Treasurer, Y. C. Shih.
Associate Sec.-Treas., Helen Woo.
Executive Committee: T. S. Wu,
Executive Committee: Andrew Chen, Djang Ging-yuen, Gu Hsiao-chiao,
Y. S. Chen, R. H. Dinsbier, Goh Liu Bao-yi, S. R. Pan, Y. C. Shih,
Chao-Oh, E. H. James, K. D. Karal- Wang Hsi-tien.
lashvilly, S. R. Pan, T. R. Shen, Y.
C. Shih, Swen Tsung-gwang, Helen Departmental Secretaries:
Woo, S. M. Yen.
Educational, S. R. Pan.
Departmental Secretaries: Field Missionary, A. F. Djao.
Home Missionary, T. S. Wu.
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Field Sabbath School,
Missionary,
Home Missionary, E. H. James and Ordained Minister: T. S. Wu.
S. M. Yen.
Medical, Andrew Chen. Licensed Ministers:
Ministerial Assn., Dju Gien-pan, Djang Ging-yuen, Gu
Russian Dept., K. D. Karallashvilly. Shao-chiao, Lei Hsien-gwang, Y. C.
Sabbath School, S. M. Yen. Shih, Wang Hsi-tien.
Ordained Ministers: Licensed Missionaries:
E. H. James, K. D. Karallashvilly, Beh Wen-bing, Wang Chien, Djang
S. R. Pan. Chun-dao, Mrs. Djang Hsi-ling, Djang
Si-mu, H. F. Djao, Mrs. Dju Gien-
Licensed Minister: S. M. Yen. pan, Hsiao Dzi-lisuen, Hsiao Si-mu,
Licensed Missionaries: Hsu Si-deh. Lien Yueh-fan, Meng
Tsing-en, Wang Feng-meng, Wong
Mrs. K. D. Karallashvilly. I. So- Li-djung, Mrs. Wu Pei-ling, Mrs. Y.ao
roken. Lo-tien.
CHINA DIVISION 89

Church School Teachers: NORTH KIANGSU MISSION


Djang Guo-min, Hsu Si-hsiung, Wu Organized 1931
Dzi-tun, Wu Gia-ren.
Territory: The Northern two-thirds of
the Kiangsu Province, except the
Nanking District.
KIANGSU MISSION Population: 16,781,489; churches, 16;
Organized 1913 members, 564.
Territory: The southern ' portion of Postal Address: Tsing Kiang Pu,
Kiangsu Province, and the northern Kiangsu, China.
portion of Chekiang Province. Officers:
Population: 30,456,610 ; churches, 40 ; Director, Swen Tsung-Gwang.
members, 1,684. Secretary-Treasurer, Y. C. Shih.
Executive Committee: Swen Taung-
Telegraphic Address: "Mizpah," Shang- Gwang, Chen Ging-nih, Liu Chuen-
hai. hwan, Shan Teh-djen, Y. C. Shih,
Office Address: Court 1207 Yu-Yuen Tsen Yu-bing, Wang Yu-tien.
Road, Shanghai, China. (Phone, Departmental Secretaries:
20167.)
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Tsen
Officers: Yu-bing.
Director, Home Missionary, Swen Tsung-
General Field Secretary, T. R. Shen. gwang.
Secretary-Treasurer, Helen Woo. Publishing, H. F. Djou.
Sabbath School,
Executive Committee: P. H. Chow,
Miss H. Dju, K. Y. Lee, T. R. Shen, Ordained Minister: Swen Tsung-Gwang.
T. C. Wang, D. C. Woo, Helen Woo. Licensed Minister: Wang Yu-Tien.
Departmental Secretaries: Licensed Missionaries:
Book and Bible House, Helen Woo. Y. H. Chang, C. N. Chen, Chen Yu-
Educational and Y. P. H. V., T. C. Djen, Chiao Yuen-dju, Ding Chang-
Wang. yuen, Djou Shi-djen, H. F. Fang, Gi
Field Missionary, P. H. Chow. Djao-tung, Li Su-djen, Lien Na-na,
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Hwang Li-hwei, S. S. Liu, Liu Chuen-
K. Y. Lee. Huan, Shan Teh-djen, Swen Doo-tse,
Women's Work, Miss H. Dju. Mrs. T. G. Swen, Tsui Sze-Djou, Tsen
Ordained Ministers: Yu-bing, Tsui Yung-en, Wang Li
Gwan, Wang Su-djung, Y. Y. Wang,
L. S. Wang, D. C. Woo. Mrs. K. H. Yao, Yao Kwang-Hwa.
Licensed Ministers: Church School Teacher:
I. F. Chen, K. L. Chow, P. H. Chow, Djang Hsi-hsien.
K. C. Fang, Y. Y. Fu, L. S. Han,
K. Y. Lee, S. M. Sung, T. S. Wang,
T. S. Yeh.
Licensed Missionaries: SOUTH CHEKIANG MISSION
R. S. Chang, Mrs. S. T. Chang, I. M. Organized 1919
Chen, Chiang Peh-yu, C. S. Chwang,
Mrs. W. S. Djou, Miss H. Diu, P. Territory: The Prefectures of Wenchow,
Fang, Mrs. W. F. Fee, C. S. Feng, Chuchow, and Taichow, in the Che-
Mrs. Y. H. Feng, L. S. Fu, Hsu kiang Province.
Yung-ching, Mrs. A. L. Hu, F. F. Hu, Population: 7,616,517 ; churches, 33 ;
Mrs. S. C. Hu, Mrs. W. H. Ku, Ih members, 1,285.
Shao-tsu, Miss A. L. Kou, I. P. Ku,
Miss Lan Chu-mei, Mrs. M. D. Li, Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Wen-
H. K. Lin;, P. K. Ling, Shen Wen- chow.
hwang, Mrs. Grace Swen, Mrs. T. T.
Tang, Tsai Sho-ling, Miss C. L. Tsui, Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, Wen-
Mrs. Y. T. Wei, H. Y. Wang, Helen chow, Chekiang, China.
Woo, Mrs. Katherine Yang. Officers:
Church School Teachers: Director, R. H. Dinsbier.
Chang Peh-yu, Miss Chao San-rnei, General Field Secretary and Acting
Mrs. Chen, Miss Chwen Wen-yu, Mrs. Director, Y. S. Chen.
Liu Po-tang, Mrs. Samuel Tsai, Wang Secretary-Treasurer, Ernest Tsai.
Ping-chan, Executive Committee: R. H. Dinsbier,
90 CHINA DIVISION

Y. S. Chen, Chi Teh-Ming, Chie Licensed Missionaries:


Djung-Koe, Dzang Nyie-Ming, Dzang Yie Bing, Chie Djung-Koa, Chieh
Fi, Ernest Tsai, Poe Sz-Z. Sing-Oh, Mrs. R. H. Dinsbier, Djiae
Ta-Tsing, Djiu Vu-Sang, Djiu Z. Toe,
Departmental Secretaries: Dzang Fi, Dzang Li-Foe, Dzang
Educational, R. H. Dinsbier. Tung-Chieh, Dzeng Fu-Sae, Dzing Mi-
Field Missionary and Home Mission- Chang, Dzing Nyo-Li, Ku Djung-Z,
ary, Chiang Djung-Kwang. Li Si-Mo, Liu Tsoa-Z, Nie Ka-Djung,
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Ng Sha-Tung, Yie Kue-Nee, Yoa
Dju Teh-Ming. Koa-Shu, Yoa Zing-Yieh.
Ordained Ministers: Training Institute Teachers:
Y. S. Chen, Hu Dzieh-Ren, S. T. Liu. Y. S. Chen, D. S. Chang, T. T. Chang,
F. Y. Chou, S. Wu, Mrs. R. H. Dins-
Licensed Ministers: bier.
Chang Pao-Ren, Z. Chang, I. M. Church School Teachers:
Chen, W. S. Chen, R. H. Dinsbier, Chie Da-Sai, Chie Tsung-Dee, Djiu
Djiao Ming-Shien, T. M. Dju, Wu Ung-Nyo, Ng Tsz-Ch'ung, Ng Sa,
Kao-Fu. Ue Shung, Vu Chang-Lung.

MANCHURIAN UNION MISSION


Organized 1919

Territory: Manchukuo (except Chien- Licensed Missionaries:


Tao Province) and Kwantung Chow. H. G. Chao, W. C. Chao, Miss H. S.
Population: 37,888,176; churches, 30; Chen, T. F. Chen, C. P. Chi, S. K.
members, 2,219. Kwan, K. H. Li, Mrs. K. H. Li,
I. H. Liu, Miss H. C. Tsui, T. C.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Muk- Tsui, Mrs. Helen Wang, W. F. Wang.
den.
Postal Address: Shen Yang Post Office,
Box 36, Mukden, Manchukuo.
Office Address: 47 Hwang Shi Da Giai, CENTRAL MANCHURIA MISSION
Beh Shih Chang, Mukden, Manchukuo.
(Formerly Kirin Mission)
Residence Address: 14 N. Er Ging Lu,
Mukden, Manchukuo. Organized 1918
Officers: Territory: The Province of Kirin,
Superintendent, F. Y. Wang. Northern Half of Hsin-An South,
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, Southern Third of Lung-Kiang,
Southern Part of Hsing-An North,
Associate Treasurer, S. Y. Kwan. Southern Part of Ilsing-An East.
Executive Committee: F. Y. Wang,
C. P. Chi, H. W. Gwo, T. C. Hsu, Population: 6,445,353 ; churches, 3 ;
S. Y. Kwan, R. H. Liang, T. C. Tsui, members, 219.
G. Y. Wang, T. Y. Wang.
Office Address: 147 East San Ma Lu,
Departmental Secretaries: Hsinking, Manchukuo.
Book and Periodical House, H. G.
Chao. Residence Address: 1 Hsing Yun Lu,
Educational, Gung Na Fu Chien, Hsinking, Man-
Field Missionary, R. H. Liang. chukuo.
Home Missionary, G. Y. Wang.
Medical, Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
Ministerial Assn., Hsinking.
Sabbath School, H. W. Gwo.
Y. P. M. V., W. C. Chao. Officers:
Ordained Minister: F. Y. Wang. Director, G. Y. Wang.
Secretary-Treasurer, C. P. Chi.
Licensed Ministers: Executive Committee: G. Y. Wang,
S. Y. Kwan, R. H. Liang, K. K. W. C. Chao, C. P. Chi, W. H. Hu,
Yang. D, D. Ma.
CHINA DIVISION 91

Departmental Secretaries: SOUTH MANCHURIA MISSION


Educational, (Formerly Fengtien Mission)
Field Missionary, D. D. Ma. Organized 1913
Home Missionary, G. Y. Wang.
Sabbath School, Territory: The Provinces of Fengtien,
Y. P. M. V., W. C. Chao. Antung, Tung-Hwa and Kwangtung
Chow.
Ordained Minister:, G. Y. Wang.
Population: 14,414,430 ; churches, S ;
Licensed Ministers: members, 1,000.
T. F. Hsiao, W. H. Mu. Office Address: 46 Hwang Shi Da Giai,
Beh Shih Chang, Mukden, Manchu-
Licensed Missionaries: kuo.
H. W. Djeng, P. G. Hsu, D. D. Ma.
Postal Address: Shen Yang Post Office,
Bible Woman: Mrs. G. Y. Wang. Box 36, Mukden, Manchukuo.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Muk-
School Teachers: den.
H. C. Djou, Miss L. R. Wang.
Officers:
Director, T. Y. Wang.
Secretary-Treasurer, T. C. Tsui.
NORTH MANCHURIA MISSION
Executive Committee: T. Y. Wang,
(Formerly Pinkiang Mission) H. G. Chao, Y. S. Chin, H. W. Kwo,
Organized 1929 R. H. Liang, C. C. Liu, L. C. Tsai,
T. C. Tsui.
Territory: The Provinces of Pin-Kiang,
San-Kiang, Muh-Tang-Kiang, Hei- Departmental Secretaries:
Ho, Northern Two-thirds of Lung- Educational, W. Y. Chen.
Kiang, Hsing-An North, and North- Field Missionary, C. C. Liu.
ern Two-Thirds of Hsing-An East. Home Missionary, T. C. Tsui.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., H.
Population: 8,217,327 ; churches, 10 ; W. Kwo.
members, 558.
Ordained Minister: T. Y. Wang.
Office Address: Ta-Tung Lu, Dao-Li,
Harbin, Manchukuo. Licensed Ministers:
T. T. Chao, Y. S. Chin, H. T. Lee.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Har-
bin. Licensed Missionaries:
Officers: C. T. Chih, C. M. Chow, H. W. Kwo,
Y. C. Li, C. L. Liu, W. H. Yuen.
Director,
Acting Director, T. C. Hsu. Bible Women:
Secretary-Treasurer, C. P. Chi.
Miss Y. N. Chen, Mrs. Y. S. Chin,
Executive Committee: C. P. Chi, D. L. Mrs. C. C. Kwan, Mrs. F. Y. Wang,
Djang, T. C. Hsu, R. H. Liu, D. D. Mrs. T. Y. Wang.
Ma, T. C. Wang.
School Teachers:
Departmental Secretaries:
Miss C. J. Li, A. C. Liu, F. S. Tsou.
Educational,
Field Missionary, D. D. Ma.
Home Missionary,
Sabbath School, Y. P. M. V., T. C.
Hsu. SUNGARI MISSION
Organized 1925
Licensed Ministers:
C. L. Chang, T. C. Hsu, Y. D. Tsui. Territory: All Russians in Manchukuo
and Kwangtung Djeu.
Licensed Missionaries:
H. F. Djou, H. L. Dung, C. W. Population: 45,000; churches, 3 ; mem-
Hwang, H. K. Na, T. D. Wang. bers, 194.
Bible Woman: Mrs. T. C. Hsu. Office Address: 0 Tsitsihar St., Nan
Karig, Harbin, Manchukuo.
School Teachers: Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
C. C. Ho, C. C. Li, Mrs. S. H. Wei. Harbin.
92 CHINA DIVISION

Officers: Population: 8,766,066 ; churches, 6 ;


Director, members, 248.
Acting Director, M. Kalabugin. Office Address: 160 Fuh Teh Giai, Chin-
Treasurer, M. Kalabugin. Hsien, Chin-Chow Province, Man-
Executive Committee: M. Kalabugin, chukuo.
B. Kasitsin, V. Platonoff.
Telegraphic Address: "An Shih Rih
Departmental Secretaries: Hwei," 160 Fuh Teh Giai, Chin Hsien,
Book and Periodical House, M. Kala- Chin-Chow Province, Manchukuo.
bugin. Officers:
Educational, Acting Director, F. Y. Wang.
Field Missionary and Home Mission- Acting Treasurer,
ary, V. Platonoff. Sec.-Accountant, T. C. Tsui.
Sabbath School, Mrs. B. Kasitsin.
Y. P. M. V., Executive Committee: F. Y. Wang,
. Y. T. Chu, C. F. Djou, C. L. Hsu,
Ordained Minister: M. Kalabugin. T. C. Tsui.
Licensed Missionaries: Departmental Secretaries:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., F. Y.
K. Kasitsin, V. Platonoff. Wang.
School Teachers: Field Missionary, C. L. Wang.
Home Missionary, C. F. Djou.
B. Kasitsin, Mrs. B. Kasitsin. Sabbath School, Mrs. Helen Wang.
Licensed Ministers:
Y. T. Chu, C. F. Djou.
WEST MANCHURIA MISSION Licensed Missionaries:
Organized 1939 C. L. Hsu, P. S. Li, Y. C. Li, Y. H.
Li, H. H. Liu, H. T. Wang.
Territory.: Provinces of Chin-Chow, Je-
hol, Hsing-An West, and Southern School Teachers:
Half of Hsing-An South. Mrs. Heu, Y. T. Hsieh, Y. H. Li.

NORTH CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized 1919

Territory: The Provinces of Chahar, Lo-t'ien, Shen Chenpan, Wang Hsi-


Hopei, Shansi, Shantung, and that yuan, Wang Te-chun.
portion of Suiyuan Province lying
north of 40 degrees North. Latitude, Departmental Secretaries:
and Mongolia. Educational, Koh Chiao-liang.
Population: 97,000,000 ; churches, 17 ; Field Missionary and Home Mission-
members, 2,363. ary, Tan Hsin-hsu.
Medical,
Telegraphic Address: Adventist, Peking. Ministerial,
(Telephone 5-2841.) Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Liao
Hwa.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, 62 Ta Ordained Ministers:
Fang Chia Hutung, Peking, Hopei,
China. Koh Chiao-liang, Shan Lo Tien.
Officers: Licensed Ministers:
Superintendent. Chow Hsin-min, Tan Hsin-hsu, Hsu
General Field Secretary and Acting Wen-Ping, Liao Hwa, J. Maltsev,
P. V. Rodinoff.
Superintendent, Koh Chiao Liang.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, Licensed Missionaries:
Chai Wii-Ssu, Koh Chung-yao, Jack
Executive Committee: Chow Hsin- Kuo, Li I-t'sun, Li Kuang-chen, Li
Min, Duan Yung-Chien, Koh Chiao- Yu-thing, Shen Meng-kuang, Miss
liang, Li Su-liang, Pai Tze-heng, Shan Wang, Yin Cha'ng-lan. '
CHINA DIVISION 93

HOPEI MISSION Officers:


Organized 1918 Director, Wang Te-chun.
Secretary-Treasurer, Shen Tze-ming.
Territory: The Province of Hopei. Executive Committee: Wang Te-
chun, Li Su-liang, Liu Chen-chiang,
Population: 35,500,000:.churches, 6; J. Maltsev, P. V. Rodinoff, Shen Tee-
members, 718. ming, Wang Ya-ju,
Telegraphic Address: Adventist, Pe- Departmental Secretaries:
king. Book and Bible House, Shen Tee-
ming.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, 36 Chu Kan Field Missionary and Sabbath School,
Hsinag, Peking, Hopei, China. Wang Ya-ju.
Home Missionary and Educational,
Officers: Wang Te-chun.
Director, Koh Chiao-liang. Y. P. M. V., Shen Tze-ming.
Secretary-Treasurer, Chow Hsin-min.
Executive Committee: Koh Chiao-li- Ordained Minister: Wang Te-chun.
ang, Chang Po-ching, Chow Hein-
min, Keng Chiao-chun, Ma Ch'i-min, Licensed Ministers:
Pai Tze-heng, Sung Chieh-Ming, Liu Chang-hsi, Wang Ya-ju.
Wang Hsi-Yuan.
Licensed Missionaries:
Departmental Secretaries: Chang Fu-en, Chang Mei-chih, Wu.
Book and Bible House, Hsu Wen-ping. Chieh, Ch'u Te-ming, Chao Fa, Hsu
Field Missionary, Sung Chieh-ming. Yao-tang, Mrs. Li Su-liang, Li Wen-
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, yuan, Liu Chen-chiang, Shen Tee-
Chang Po-thing. ming.
Y. P. M. V.,
Ordained Ministers:
Keng Chiao-chun, Keng Fu-kuang,
Pai Tze Heng, Wang Hsi-yuan. SHANSI MISSION
Licensed Ministers: Organized 1928
Chang Jen-chu, Chang Po-ching.
Territory: The Province of Shansi,
Licensed Missionaries: south of the Great Wall.
Ch'i Chiu-ying, Hsieh Ching-lan, Population: 12,000,000; churches, 4 ;
Mrs. Koh Chih-thing, Li Huan-Min, members, 602.
Meng Wen-shu, Sung Chieh-ming,
Wang Hsin-Ming. Telegraphic Address: Adventist, Tai-
yuanfu.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, 36 Fu Hsi
Chieh, Taiyuan, Shansi, China.
Officers:
SAI-PEI MISSION Director, Tuan Yung-ch'ien.
(Formerly Cha-Sui Mission) Sec.-Treas., Keng Kun-lin.
Executive Committee: Tuan Yung-
Reorganized 1939 ch'ien, Fan Kuo-tung, Keng Kun-lin,
Wang Wei-chieh.
Territory: Provinces of Chahar and
Suiytian, except that portion of Sui- Departmental Secretaries:
yuan south of latitude 40 0, also in- Book and Periodical House, Keng
cluding that portion of Shansi north Kun-lin.
of the Great Wall; and all of Mon- Educational, Sabbath School and Y.
golia. P. M. V., Tuan Yung-chlen.
Home Missionary, Tuan Yung-ch'ien.
Population: 11,000,000 ; churches, 2 :
members, 174. Ordained Minister: Tuan Yung Chien.

Telegraphic Address: Adventist, Kal- Licensed Missionaries:


gan, China. Chang Chien-an, Chang Ching-liang,
Fan-Kuo-tung, Li Fu-t'ien, Mrs. Li
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kalgan, Wen-mien, Keng Kun-lin, Wang
Mengchiang, China. Wei-chieh.
94 CHINA DIVISION

SHANTUNG MISSION Departmental Secretaries:


Book and Bible House, Liu Fu-ning.
Organized 1917 Educational, Yang Chun-ting.
Field Missionary, Deng Pao-hsien.
Territory: The Province of Shantung. Home Missionary, Deng Pao-Hsien.
Population: 38,500,000; churches, 6; Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
members, 869. Chiao Wen-li.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Tsi- Ordained Ministers:
nan. Chang Chien-kuang, Shen Chen-pan.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, 102 Wei I Licensed Ministers:
Lu, Tsinan, Shantung, China. Hsu Chi-li, Jen Yung-chang, Liu
Officers : Hsiao-chiu, Yang Han-chang.
Director, Chiao Wen-li. Licensed Missionaries:
Sec.-Treas., Liu Fu-ning. Cheng Ching-wen, Duan Yu-ying,
Executive Committee: Chiao Wen-li, Duan Yung-thing, Hsieh I-hwa, Liu
Jen Yung-ch'ang, Liu Fu-ning, Liu Te-yu, Wang T'ien-to, Wang Yu-
Hsiao-chiu, Shen Chen-pan, Yang ming, Wu Chi-Yu, Yang Chun-ting,
Han-chang. Yao Mei-t'ang.

NORTHWEST CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized 1932

Territory: Provinces of Chinghai, Licensed Missionaries:


Kansu, Ninghsia, Shensi, and Sin- Chao Hung En, Mrs. Chao Hung En,
kiang, and that portion Of Suiyuan Chia Tai-yuen, Goh Chieh, Fan Chung
Province south of 36 degrees North Seng, Lu So Tou, Mrs. Lu So Tou,
Latitude. Mrs. A. R. Mazat, Meng Hsien Ling,
Population: 25,895,521; churches, 18; Swen Deh-ran, Ting Chen Chun, Tan
companies, 19; members, 1,161. Wei-luen, Mrs. M. C. Warren, Wu
Fan Peh, Yuan Su Ling, Yuan Su-
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Lan- kuei.
chow.
Postal Address: Northwest China Un-
ion Mission of S. D. A., Lanchow,
Kansu, China.
KANCHING MISSION
Officers:
Organized 1933
Superintendent, M. C. Warren.
General Field Sec., Chan Wen-hsioh. Chinghai and Kansu Missions
Secretary-Treasurer, A. Mazat. Combined 1992
Executive Committee: M. C. Warren,
Chang Chien-Kuo. Chen Wen Hsueh, Territory: Kansu and Chinghai Prov-
Chia Tai-hsiang, Chiao Wen Li, N. 0. inces.
Dahlsten, Paul Huang, A. Mazat, N. Population: 12,750,645; churches, 4 ;
0. Dahlsten, Suen Sui Ching, Wu Du . companies, 7 ; members, 285.
Shan.
Departmental Secretaries: Postal 'Address: Kansu Mission of
S. D. A., Lanchow, Kansu, China.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Lan-
Medical, Paul Huang. chow.
Publishing and Home Missionary,
Chang Chien-Km. Officers:
Sabbath School, M. C. Warren. Director, A. R. Mazat.
Ordained Ministers: Secretary-Treasurer, .
Chia Tui Shan, Chiao Wen Li. Chen Executive Committee: Chang Chung
Wen-Hsioh, M. C. Warren, Wu Du Kuo, A. R. Mazat, M. C. Warren,
Shan. Wu Tzu Hsin.
Licensed Ministers: Departmental Secretaries:
Chang Chien-Kuo, Chang Chih Chen, Educational and Y. P. M. V.,
A. R. Mazat. Home Missionary,
CHINA DIVISION 95

Publishing and Sabbath School, SHENSI MISSION

Organized 1933
Licensed Missionaries:
Chao Tug Mei, Chou Wen Ping, Li Territory: Shensi Province.
Yi Ting, Sen Keh-Chang, Wang Hsi
Wu. Population: 11,802,451 ; churches, 12 ;
Church School Teachers: companies, 9 ; members, 782.
Chao Tung Mei, Chien Hsao Cho, Ho Postal Address: Shensi Mission of
Mo-Ch'ien, Li Wen-Ih, Li Tien Yin, S. D. A., Outside West Gate, Sianfu,
Ning Peh-ran, Yang Chuen Ho. Shensi, China.
Telegraphic Address: Adventist, Sianfu.

NINGHSIA MISSION Officers:

Organized 1933 Director, N. 0. Dahlsten (on fur-


lough).
Territory: Ninghsia Province, and that Acting Director, Chen Wen Hsio.
portion of Suiyuan Province south of Secretary-Treasurer, Chang Tzu-
36 degrees North Latitude. Chien.
Executive Committee: N. 0. Dahl-
Population: 1,342,425; churches, 2 ; sten, Chen Peh-Dao, Djang Dzi-Chien,
companies, 3 ; members, 94. Djia Tai-Hsiang, Liu Wei-an, Ma
Postal Address: Djung Shan Da Chieh, Sen-ling.
Ninghsia, Ninghsia, China. Departmental Secretaries:
Telegraphic Address: Adventist Mis- Home Missionary and Publishing,
sion, Ninghsia. Peng Hsi-hsien.
Officers: Sabbath School, Chen Peh-dao.
Y. P. M. V. and Educational, Djia
Director, Chao Wen Li.
Secretary-Treasurer, Tai-Hsiang.
Executive Committee: Chao Wen Li, Ordained Minister:
Liang Kuei-San, Swen Hsuei-chin,
Tan Teh-En. N. 0. Dahlsten.
Departmental Secretaries: Licensed Ministers:
Home Missionary, Educational and Chen Peh-Dao, Liu Wei-An.
Y. P. M. V., Licensed Missionaries:
Publishing,
Sabbath School, Swen Hsuei chin. Chi Pao Lo. Mrs. N. 0. Dahlsten,
Mrs. Liu Kao-Chieh, Ma Hsien-ling,
Licensed Minister: Swen Suei Chin. Mu Wen Chin, Tan Deh-en.
Licensed Missionaries: Church School Teachers:
Chu Chong-huei, Liang Kuei-San, Liu Chia Tai Ling, Chen Li Chih, Chen
Tseng-hou, Wang Yun. Hsi Tien, Chin Keh Ih, Dzang Hsi
Church School Teacher: Mrs. Chu San, Hsia Sen San, Liu Shih Chang,
Chung Hui. Yang Chih Tung, Yang Seng Teh.

SOUTH CHINA UNION MISSION


Reorganized 1919

Territory: The Provinces of Kwangsi, Telephone: Office, 33653 ; residence,


Kwangtung, Fukien ; the Island of 23407.
Hainan ; the Colonies of Hong Kong
and Macao. Office Address: 1st Floor, "Dina House,"
Duddell St., Hong Kong.
Population: 71,900,000 ; churches, 71 ;
companies 64 ; members, 4,256. Temporary Office Address: Laolung,
Kwantung, China.
Telegraphic and Cable Address: "Ad-
ventist," Hongkong. Residence: 40 Stubb's Road, Hong
Kong.
Temporary Telegraphic Address: "Ad-
ventists," Laolung, Kwangtung, Postal Address: P. 0. Box 310, Hong
China. Kong, China.
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Officers: Medical, P. H. Leung.


Superintendent, C. H. Davis. Sabbath School, Chan Lim Shang.
General Secretary, K. T. Khng. Ordained Ministers:
Acting Secretary, Leung Noito.
Acting Treasurer and Auditor, T. C. J. P. Anderson, T. P. Tshi.
Chin. Licensed Ministers:
Executive Committee: C. H. Davis, K. S. C. Ha, S. K. Lei, Leung Shun Yat,
T. Khng, B. L. Anderson, J. P. An- Lung Ping-Hang, S. M. Tsio.
derson, T. C. Chin, Y. T. Chue, D. D.
Coffin, C. H. Davis, S. T. Ging, C. Y. Licensed Missionaries:
Hung, K. H. Hung, T. M. Lei, H. S. Mrs. J. P. Anderson, Chan Lim
Leung, N. T. Leung, T. N. Lo, W. C. Shang, Chan Ye-Ku, Mrs. Chow,
So, T. P. Tshi, T. S. Woo, Joseph Chue Tin Ming, Ha Shau Shek, Mrs.
Hwang. Ho, Hui Yuen Cheung, Mrs. Leung,
Lam Sz-Ki, Lo Tet- Tshien, Tsoi Bick
Departmental Secretaries: Man, Wong Ching Ha.
Educational, H. S. Leung.
Field Missionary, K. H. Hung.
Home Missionary, B. G. Wu. HAINAN MISSION
Medical, W. C. So.
Sabbath School, Leung Noito. Organized 1935
Y. M. M. V., T. C. Chin.
Territory: Hainan Island and two lower
Ordained Ministers: counties of the peninsula of Liu-
C. H. Davis, H. S. Leung, Leung chow, Kwangtung Province.
Noito, K. T. Khng. Population:. 4,250,000; churches, 4 :
Licensed Ministers: companies, 3 ; members, 138.
T. C. Chin, D. D. Coffin, W. Y. Ho, Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis-
K. H. Hung, H. H. Luke, P. 0. sion," Hoihow.
Shiu, W. C. So, T. T. Wang. Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Hoi-
how, Hainan Island, China.
Licensed Missionaries:
Lo Ka Chung, Cheung Sui Yue, Temporary Office Address: S. D. A.
Chung Sun Fong, Mrs. D. G. Liu, Lo Mission, Lingshan, Kwangtung.
Hing So, B. C. Wu, Yueng Bick Lin. Officers:
Director, K. T. Khng.
Secretary-Treasurer, Y. T. Chue.
Mission Committee: Y. T. Chue, K. T.
CANTONESE MISSION Khng, W. Y. Leung, W. K. Tso, T.
S. Wong.
Territory: The Cantonese-speaking por- Licensed Ministers:
tion of Kwangtung Province ; Hong
Kong and Macao. W. Y. Leung, W. K. Tso.
Population: 11,000,000; churches, 14 : Licensed Missionaries:
companies, 7; members, 1,125. Foo Chiu-Leung, Lei Hing-Fong, Lei
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis- Hok-Chaff, Lung Kien-Man, Tang To-
sion," Canton. Yan, Wan Chung-Shan, Wong Tak-
Shan.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Tung-
shan, Canton, China.
Temporary Address: S. D. A. Mission, HAKKA MISSION
Siwkwan, Kwangtung. Territory: The Hakka-speaking portion
Officers: of the Province of Kwangtung.
Director, J. P. Anderson. Population: 8,200,000 : churches, 18 ;
Acting Director, T. P. Tshi. companies, 12 ; members, 753.
Secretary-Treasurer, Chan Lim Shang.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis-
Mission Committee: J. P. Anderson, isa," Laolung, Kwangtung.
Chan Lim Shang, Y. T. Chue, H. S.
Leung, Leung Ping Hang, S. M. Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Lao-
Tsoi, T. P. Tshi. lung, Kwangtung, China.
Departmental Secretaries: Officers:
Educational, S. M. Tsio. Director, T. S. Woo.
Field Missionary, Secretary, Lo Lai Ming.
Y. P. M. V., Chue Tin Ming. Treasurer, South China Union Office.
CHINA DIVISION 97

Mission Committee: T. S. Woo, Chung Huen, Tong Oi-Chan, Wang


Cheung Fa Min, T. C. Chin, Chung Hak Ming, Wong Chi Lam, Yang
Yuk Hon, Chong Kwet-En, Lo Lai- King-Shan.
Ming, So Wai Chuen.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Chung NORTH FUKIEN MISSION
Sun Fong.
Field Missionary, Wu Bing Ging. Territory: The northern portion of the
Home Missionary, Chung Yuk Hon. Province of Fukien.
Medical, So Wai-Chuen. Population: 13,200,000; churches, 15;
Sabbath School, Cheung Sui Yue. companies, 10; members, 735.
Ordained Ministers: Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis-
Cheung Fa MM, Lo Tet-Tsun, T. S. sion," Foochow, China.
Woo.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Foo-
Licensed Ministers: chow, China.
Chong Kwet-En, Chung Yuk Hon, Officers:
Shum Man Yung.
Director, C. H. Davis.
Licensed Missionaries: Acting Director, Ging Su Tang.
Chong Sin Tso, Chong Thau-Fan, Secretary-Treasurer, Cong Ga Ciong.
Li Moi-Fa, Li Tau-Fan, Liu Tsu- Mission Committee: C. H. Davis,
Ngau, Lo Lai Ming, Van Shau Van, Chang Shuk Ching, Cong Ga Ciong,
Hoh Nyong, Wong Yip-Chiu, Yeung Diong Chiong Mi, Ging Su Tang, Li
To Yung. Kwok Chung, Lim Ching Ciong, Ling
Bou Hi, Ngai Koon Hung, Ngu Go
Hua, Ngu Ong Ing, T. T. Wang.
KWANGSI MISSION Departmental Secretaries:
Territory: The Province of Kwangsi, Book and Periodical House and Sab-
and Po On, Ling Shan and Yam bath School, Cong Ga-Ciong.
Chow Districts in Kwangtung. Educational and Y. P. M. V., Sai
Chung Ong.
Population: 12,250,000; churches, 6; Field Missionary, Liu Si Pai.
companies, 14 ; members, 484. Home Missionary, Ging Su-Tang.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis- Ordained Ministers:
sion," Nanning, Kwangsi, China. Chai Guok-Uong, Ging Ko-Bing, Ging
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Nan- Su-Tang.
ning, Kwangsi, China. Licensed Ministers:
Officers: Cong Ga-Ciong, Kiou Gi-Sieu, Ling
Director and Treasurer, T. M. Lei. Bu Hi, Ling Buong-Sieng, Iek Sing.
Secretary, Annie Lo. Licensed Missionaries:
Committee: T. M. Lei, T. H. Cheung,
Chick Tai-Keung, Annie Lo. Mrs. C. H. Davis, Dang Lielng, Ding
lek Sing, Ding Ngie Yung, Eu Siong
Departmental Secretaries: Chung, Hong Ung Hock, Mrs. Lau,
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Cheung Ling Baik Ho, Ling Hock Ong, Liu
To Hung. Siu Ong, Mrs. Liu, Ngu Hock Liong,
Field Missionary and Home Mission- Tang Sing Ming, Uong Bing Dung,
ary, Chick Tai-Keung. Uong Ong Po, Uong Ting Sing, Wong
Medical, B. W. Lo. Hung Gi.
Sabbath School, Cheung To Hung. Bible Women:
Ordained Minister: T. M. Lei. Mrs. Dang Cie-Ing, Mrs. Ling Hok-
Ong, Mrs. Ngu Hok-Liong, Mrs. Woi
Licensed Ministers: Siong-Chang.
T. H. Cheung, Chou Hei-Nien, Anna
Lo, B. W. Lo.
Licensed Missionaries:
SOUTH FUKIEN MISSION
Chan Oi Ling, Chan Shue, Chan Woo
Shang, Chiang Se Yuen, Chick Tai- Territory: The southern half of Fukien
Keung, Hung Fan Cheong; Li Yaet Province.
Shing, Li Yau Keung, Lei Chak-Man,
Lei Hang-Sung, Annie Lo. Lo Tai- Population: 12,000,000 ; churches, 9;
Ma, So Nei-Kei, Shiu Lai Wah, Tang companies, 4 ; members, 562.
4
98 CHINA DIVISION

Cable Address: "Adventist Mission," Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis-


Kulangsu, Amoy, China. sion," Swatow, China.
Temporary Address: S. D. A. Mission, Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Huei
Chiangchow, Fukien. Chia Tau, Swatow, Kwangtung,
China.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Ku-
langsu, Amoy, China. Temporary Office: S. D. A. Mission,
(Telephone No. 192.) Bak Tap, Kityang, Kwangtoug,
China.
Officers:
Acting Director, K. S. Keh. Officers:
Secretary-Treasurer, Albert Lau. Director, B. L. Anderson.
Mission Committee, K. S. Keh, Cheung Acting Director, Joseph Kwang.
Chung To. Lee Tien Chia, Ko Yu Secretary-Treasurer, Woo Man Yin.
Ming, Albert Lau, Ngo Kong Leong, Committee: B. L. Anderson, J.
Mrs. C. T. Tan. Hwang, Heng Seng Teck, T. N. Lo,
H. C. Pang, Woo Man Yin, Yao Tien
Departmental Secretaries: You.
Book and Bible House, Albert Lau.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Ang Departmental Secretaries:
Kim Hi. Educational and Y. P. M. V., Tan
Home Missionary, K. S. Keh. Bao Siang.
Sabbath School, Ang Kim Hi. Field Missionary and Home Mission-
ary, Kho Hiong Yung.
Ordained Ministers: Sabbath School, Lee Su-Hui.
C. Y. Hung, N. K. Keh, C. T. Tan.
Ordained Ministers:
Licensed Ministers: T. N. Lo, B. L. Anderson.
K. H. Ang, T. K. Keh, K. T. So.
Licensed Ministers:
Licensed Missionaries: Ho Ching, Heng Seng-Teck, Joseph
In Su Hui, Jim Se Kong, Keh Hong Hwang.
Mo, Keh Suk Ing, P. W. Keh, Mrs.
Lee, C. Y. Lin, L. M. Ngo, Mrs. Siu, Licensed Missionaries:
B. L. Tan, Cheung Chung To, Mrs. Ang Tsu-Chai, Hwang Yung-Yiu, Kho
Wei, Albert Lau, Lee Thien-chia. Khi-Heung, Kwok Wae Chu, Lee
Ching Li, Lin Pan-Tau, Ng Sing
Siang, Ngai Ying Yung.
Church School Teachers:
SWATOW MISSION
Fong Tak Yee, Kho Hiong Yung, Lee
Territory: The Eastern slope of the Flak Yee, Lee Mao Hui, Lo Su
Province of Kwangtung. Chong, Pang Chok Tao, Tan Bao
Siang, Te Chin Ming, Te So Hui,
Population: 11,000,000; churches, 6; Tsang Hing Hwa, Tsang Sim Ching,
companies. 14 ; members, 459. Yao Tien You.

WEST CHINA UNION MISSION


Organized 1919

Territory: The Provinces of Szechwan, Acting Secretary-Treasurer, F. W.


Yunnan, Kweichow, Sikang, and Johnson.
Tibet. Executive Committee: C. B. Miller,
Population: 93.757,486 ; churches, 37 ; Chians Isung Kuan, Du Shu Ren,
members, 2,936. Milton Lee, Li Deh-Hsing, Li Wan
Chuen, Liu Fu-An, H. C. Liu, Lo Hui
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis- An, Lu Shou-Dao, M. H. Vinkel,
sion," Chungking. James Wang, Wang An-Hsi.
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, Departmental Secretaries:
Chungking, Szechwan, China. Educational and Y. P. M. V., James
D. 'Wang.
Officers: Home Missionary and Field Mission-
Superintendent, C. B. Miller. ary, Lo Hui An.
General Field Secretary, Liu Fu-an. Medical, H. C. Liu.
CHINA DIVISION 99

Ministerial Assn., C. B. Miller. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Chungking,


Sabbath School, C. B. Miller. Szechwan, China.
Ordained Ministers: Officers:
C. B. Miller, F. W. Johnson. Director, Liu Fu-an.
Secretary-Treasurer, .
Licensed Minister: Lo Hui An.
Mission Committee: Liu Fu-an,
Licensed Missionaries: Cheng Shang-Dji, Chen Shu Ping,
Mrs. D. M. Barrett, Chen Deh Hwa, H. Liu, Ting Fu-Chen, Yang Sin-
Gideon Chen, Djen Djao Yung, Dju Seng.
Ai Chu, Hwang Dzi Ran, Mrs. F. W. Departmental Secretaries:
Johnson, Julia Li, Kung Ping San,
Li Wei Deh, Mrs. Li Ming Ih, Mrs. Educational and Y. P. M. V., Wang
W. M. Lee, Mrs. C. B. Miler, Mrs. Heng-Yang.
Su Hsing, Swen Si Mu, Helen Shih, Field Missionary and Home Mission-
Miss Shung, Wang Bing, Wang Hsu, ary, Chen Shu Ping.
Yuin. Sabbath School, Kung Dan Chiu.
Ordained Minister: Liu Fu An.
Licensed Ministers:
EAST KWEICHOW MISSION Ting Fu-Chen, Loh Yun-Djang, Yang
Organized 1928 Sin-Seng, Wang Su Chao.
Territory: All of Kweichow Province Licensed Missionaries:
except nine counties allotted to West Chang Lung Kao, Chen Shu Ping,
Kweichow Mission. Cheng Shang-Dji, Chao Hung Sen,
Giang Lung-Gao, Keng Dan Chiu.
Population: 7,850,000 ; churches, 4 ;
members, 258. Church School Teachers:
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kweiyang, Chen Wen-kwang, Chuen Ying-wu,
Kweichow, China. Ho Wen-Gieh, Hsieh Chang-Man,
Yang Ai-Dao.
Officers:
Director, Du Shu Ren.
Secretary-Treasurer, Li Hung Sung.
'Mission Committee: Du Shu Ren, TIBETAN MISSION
Chen Feng-Lin, Dai Chi-Ming, Li Organized 1919
Deh-Hsing, Li Hung Sung.
Departmental Secretaries: Territory: Sikang Tibet and following
Book and Bible House, Li Hung Sung. 13 hsiens in Szechwan: Chaokioh,
Field Missionary and Home Mission- Sichang, Yenyuan, Yuehsi, Luipo,
ary, Da Chi-Ming. Tsingki, Jungking, Yaan, Tienchilan,
Sabbath School, Y. P. M. V. and Edu- Lushan, Kintang, Mowkung, Mien-
cational, Li Hung Sung. ning.

Ordained Minister: Du Shu Ren. Population: 6,500,000; church, 1; mem-


bers, 20.
Licensed Ministers:
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kangting
Li Deh-Hsing, Li Hung Sung. (Tatsienlu), Sikang, China.
Licensed Missionaries: Officers :
Dai Chi-Ming, Djou MM-Yen, Lung Acting Director, M. H. Vinkel.
Cheng-Djou, Tang Djen-Ying. Secretary-Treasurer, Huang Tzu Ran.
Licensed Minister: M. H. Vinkel.
EAST SZECHWAN MISSION Licensed Missionaries:
Huang Tzu Ran, Mrs. M. H. Vinkel.
Organized 1919
Territory: All hsiens east of boundary
formed by and including the follow- WEST KWEICHOW MISSION
ing: Kwangyilan, Changchih, Ci- Organized 1927
chung, Pengan, Suining, Neikiang,
Lunchang, Kiangtsing, Anyo. Territory: 9 hsiens in Kweichow: Si-
shui, Chichshui, Jenhwai, Toting,
Population: 32,550,000 ; churches, 12 ; Kiensi, Chihkin, Pichieh, Shuicheng,
members, 271. Weining ; 7 hsiens in Yunnan: Chen-
100 CHINA DIVISION

siung, Iliang, Lutien, Chaotung, Tak- Mission Committee: Chiang Tsung


wan, Yungshan, Suikiang ; 14 hsiens Kuan, Li Chien-An, Lin Han-thing,
in Szechwan : Kulin, Suyung, Kun- Lu Shou Tao, Wang An Hsi, Yang
lein, Kunghsien, Kaohsien, Kingfu, Kai-Hsuen.
Nanki, Kiangan, Nachi, Luhsien, Ho-
kiang, Kusung, Hingwen, Changning. Departmental Secretaries:
Home Missionary and Publishing, Li
Organized Churches: 6; members, 926. Chuen-An.
Sabbath School, Educational and Y.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Pichieh, P. M. V., Lu Shou-dao.
Kweichow, China.
Ordained Ministers:
Officers: Chiang Tsung Kuan, Wang An-Hsi.
Director, Li Wan-chuan.
Secretary-Treasurer, Hsieh Mo Kun. Licensed Ministers:
Li Chuen-An, Lin Han-Ching, Lu
Mission Committee: Li Wan-Chuan, Shou-dao, Yang Kai-hsuen.
Hsieh Mo Kun, Chen Wan Kuang,
Yang Ming-Ding. Licensed Missionaries:
Chin Chia-Ming, Lin Li Tsai, Shih
Departmental Secretaries: Yu-Jiang.
Publishing and Home Miss.,
Sabbath School, Chen Wan Kuan.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Hsieh
Mo Kun. YUNNAN MISSION
Ordained Minister: Li Wan-chuan. Organized 1928
Licensed Ministers: Territory: Three hsiens in Szechwan:
Dju Yung-Ting, Loh Wen-Bi, Ren Hweili, Yenpien, Ningnan, and all of
Djen-Hsing, Wang Hsin-Bang, Yang Yunnan except seven hsiens given. to
Ming-Ding, Chen Kuei Chun, Lo West Kweichow as listed.
Kuei Ih. Population: 14,796,486; churches, 7;
Licensed Missionaries: members, 1,241.
Djang Djung-Hsing, Dju Ren-Djung, Address: S. D. A. Mission, 87 North
Dju Wen-Gia. Ma Deh-Yin, Wang Gate Street, Kun-ming, Yunnan,
Hsing-Djou, Hsieh Mo Kun, Chen China.
Wan Kueng.
Officers:
Church School Tiachers:
Director, Milton Lee.
Chen Yen-kuan, Cho Ren Chuny, Secretary-Treasurer, D. M. Barnett.
Chang Yao Ko, Chiu Wen Chia, Pan
Tsung Seng, Ma Teh Cheien, Liu Ai Mission Committee, Milton Lee, D.
Ren. M. Barnett, Feng Deh-Sen, Fu Ben-
Dzen, Han Gieh, Hang Tsong-Gwan,
Ho Ai-Deng, Lung Chang-Deh, Nen
Ta Teh, Wang Teh Fu.
WEST SZECHWAN MISSION Departmental Secretaries:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Nen Ta
Organized 1919 teh.
Field Missionary, Wang Teh Fu,
Territory: All hsiens west of lines Sabbath School, Mrs. H. Lee.
formed by and including the follow- Tract Society, Tom Ho.
ing: Chaohwa, Kienko, Yenting, She-
hung, Lochih, Tzechung, Fushun, Ordained Ministers:
Ipin (Suifu), except those already al- Feng Deh-Sen, Ho Ai-deng, Milton
lotted to West Kweichow and those to Lee.
be allotted to Sikang as noted under
Tibetan Mission. Licensed Ministers:
Population: 32,062,000 : churches, 7 ; D. M. Barnett, Fu Ben Dzen, Liu
members, 220. Hen-Ih.

Address: S. D. A. Mission, Chengtu, Licensed Missionaries:


Szechwan, China. Mrs. D. M. Barnett, Beh Chuin-Yong,
Chang Chung Chie, Chang Swen-
Officers: Djen, Chiang Hsing-Ming, Dao Yang-
Director, Chiang Tsung Kuan. Wan, Mrs. Dora L. Feng, Han Gieh,
Secretary-Treasurer, Lu Shou Tao. Han Hsin Teh, Hang Tsong-Gwang,
CHINA DIVISION 101

Mrs. Milton Lee, Lung Hsuen-Ming, West China Training Institute, Da


Lung Tsan-Deh, Ma Wu, Ma Yin, Bao, Tsitsikow, Szechwan.
Neng Da-Deh, Pan Yao-Deh, Wang West Kweichow Provincial Mission
Tsu-Hsiung, Wang Teh Fu. Junior Training Institute, Pichieh,
Kweichow, China.
Church School Teachers:
Chang Deh-Yin, Chang K'ai-Hwei, Publishing:
Han Chieh, Diu Dii-Ming, Dzang Signs of the Times Publishing House,
Tsao-Gwang, Chang Chung Chieh, 515 Ningkuo Road, Shanghai,
Han Hsin-Deh, Li Dzen-Ho, Lung China, and Dao Bao, Tsitsikow,
Tsan-Deh; Pan Fu-Chen, Pan Gwang- Szechwan, China.
Deh, Wang Li-Hain, Ma Wu, Yuen Tibetan Mission Press, Tatsienlu, Si-
Deh-Hsuen, Neng Ta Tieh. kang, China.
Mongolian Mission Press, S. D. A.
Mission, Kalgan, Chahar, China.
Medical:
INSTITUTIONS IN CHINA Canton Sanitarium and Hospital, Sam
DIVISION Yuk Road, Tung Shan, Canton,
Educational: China.
Chiu Chuen Dispensary, Chiu Chuen,
Bee Hwa Training Institute, Ku- Kansu, China.
langsu, Amoy, China. Choni Dispensary, Choni, Kansu,
Central China Training Institute, China.
East Lake, Wuchang, Hupeh, Postal Chungking Medical Center, Chung-
Address,,31 Huang, Pei Road, Han- king, Szechwan, China.
kow, China. Fui On Hospital-Dispensary, Advent-
China Training Institute, Dabao, ist Mission, Waichow, Kwangtung,
Tsitsikow, Szechwan, China. China.
East China Union Jr. Training In- Little Eden Hospital-Dispensary,
stitute, 458 Ningkuo Rd., Shanghai, Shek Lo Tau St., Fatshan, Kwang-
China. tong, China.
Far Eastern Academy, 458 Ningkuo Nanning Seventh-day Adventist Hos-
Road, Shanghai, China. pital, Nanning, Kwangsi, China_
Foochow Junior Training Institute, Ninghsia Dispensary, Ninghsia,
Foochow, China. China.
Harbin Training Institute, Tsitsihar North China Sanitarium and Hospi-
St., 9, New Town, Harbin, Man- tal, Kalgan, Chahar, China.
chukuo. Northwest China Sanitarium and
Home Study Institute, Oriental Hospital, Lanchow, Kansu, China.
Branch, 526 Ningkuo Road, Shang- Shanghai Sanitarium, Postal Ad-
hai, China. dress, Box 1281, 150 Rubicon Road,
Honan Junior Training Institute, Lo- Shanghai, China; the Clinic at 171
wanho, Yencheng, Honan, China. Range Road, Shanghai, China.
Hunan Provincial Junior Training Shen Yang Sanitarium-Hospital, Pei
Institute, Changsha, Hunan, China. Ling, Mukden, Manchukuo.
Manchurian Union Bible Training In- Shen Yang (Mukden), Clinic, 57 - 29th
stitute, Shen Yang, P. 0. Box 36, Wei Lu, Mukden, Manchukuo.
Mukden. Manchukuo. Shensi Mission Dispensary, Outside
North China Training Institute, West Gate, Sianfu, Shensi.
Fengtai, Hopei, China. Sining Dispensary, Sining, Chinghai,
Northwest China Union Training In- China.
stitute, Ba Fu Tien, Pucheng, Tibetan Mission Hospital, Kanting
Shensi. (Tatsienlu), Sikang, China.
Shantung Junior Training Institute, Wuhan Sanitarium and Clinic, Wu-
102 Wei I Lu, Tsinan, Shantung. chang, Hupeh, China, Postal ad-
South Chekiang Training Institute, dress, 35 Hwang Pei Rd., Hankow,
Wenchow, Chekiang. China.
South China Training Institute, Lao- Yencheng Sanitarium-Hospital, Low-
Lung, Kwangtung. anho, Yencheng, Honan, China.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION
Organized, apart from China, in 1931; Netherlands East Indies Union

included as from January 1, 1938

(As no revisions have come from the Far Eastern Division for 1944, the
workers lists and other data for the Division and union and local missions ap-
pear under these fields as they were given in 1943, except where it is known
that individual laborers have changed their location, or have left the field.)

Territory: Chosen (Korea), Chien Tao Medical Department:


(Kando) Province in Manchukuo,
Japan, Formosa, Japanese Mandates, Secretary,
Philippine Islands, Guam, Straits Members: H. C. Honor, S. Ogura.
Settlements, British North Borneo,
Brunei, Sarawak, Malay States, Ministerial Association:
Thailand (Siam), French Indo-China,
Netherlands East Indies, and the Secretary,
Portuguese section of Timor, all of Members: The Division departmental
which are comprised in the Chosen, secretaries, the superintendents of
Japan, Philippine, Malayan, and union missions, the principals of the
Netherlands East Indies Union Mis- advanced training schools in the Far
sions. Eastern Division.

Publishing Department:
Population: 235,803,360; churches, 746 ; Secretary,
members, 35,015.
Members: E. W. Bahr, N. Hayashi,
S. Kanamori, T. Kato, J. A. Leland,
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Far- Y. Okohira.
east," Singapore.
Sabbath School Department:
Headquarters: 800 Thomson Rd., Singa- Secretary,
pore, Straits Settlements. (Tele- Members: M. Fukazawa, S. Hiraoka,
phone, 7015.) L. M. D. Wortman.
Young People's Missionary Volunteer
Postal Address: Post Box 226, Singa- Department:
pore, Straits Settlements.
Secretary,
Members: S. Hiraoka, H. Yanami,
Officers: N. E. I. Union M. V. Secretary.
President, Transportation Agents:
Secretary,
Treasurer and Auditor, The union treasurers of the Chosen,
Japan, Malayan, Netherlands East
Executive Committee: 0. A. Blake, Indies, and Philippine Unions.
M. Hirayama, H. Imura, N. Matsu-
mura, S. Ogura, K. Tilstra, L. C. Division Building Committee:
Wilcox, Pedro Diaz.
The Division Executive Committee.
Educational Department: Ordained Ministers:
Secretary, M. Hirayama, S. Ogura, L. C. Wilcox.
Members: N. Matsumura, L. M.
Stump, L. M. D. Wortman, H. Yama- Licensed Ministers:
moto. 0. A. Blake, S. Kinbara.

Home Missionary Department: Licensed Missionary: H. Imura.


Secretary, Legal Assn.: "General Conference Cor-
Members: S. Hiraoka, T. Kajiyama. poration of Seventh-day Adventists."
102
CHOSEN UNION MISSION
(FORMERLY KOREAN UNION MISSION)
Mission organized 1908; Conference organized 1917;
Union Mission organized 1919

Territory: Chosen (Korea) and the of Non an and Tai Chun ; and An
Kando Province in Manchukuo. Pyun, Young Hung, Chyung Pyung,
Tuk Won, Ko Won, and Mun Chun
Population: 24,326,327 ; churches, 134 ; counties ; Wonsan City in South Ham
members, 3,806. Kyung Province.
Cable Address: "Adventist," Keizyo. Churches: 33 ; members, 1,193.
Western Union Five Letter Code.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist Keizyo.
Mission, Seiryori-machi, Keizyo
(Seoul), Chosen. (Telephone, Higashi Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist
1721.) Miesion, Seiryori-machi, Keizyo
(Seoul), Chosen. (Telephone, Higa-
Officers: shi 1721.)
Superintendent, M. Hirayama.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, S. Officers:
Kinbara. Director, H. Kunimoto.
Executive Committee: M. Hirayama, Secretary-Treasurer, T. Tokumura.
N. Hayashi, H. Hiraoka, S. Hiraoka, Executive Committee: H. Kunimoto,
S. Kanamori, S. Kinbara, S. Kiyohara, K. Hiraoka, M. Kanamori, H. S.
H. Kunihara, H. Kunimoto, N. Matsu- Sung, N. Takayama, K. Takehara, T.
mura, Y. Motoe, K. Shirakawa, S. Tokumura.
Toyohara, S. Yanagihara.
Departmental Secretaries:
Departmental Secretaries: Field Missionary, N. Takayama.
Educational, N. Matsumura. Sabbath School, Home Missionary and
Field Missionary, N. Hayashi. Y. P. M. V., K. Takehara.
Medical,
Sabbath School, Home Missionary, Ordained Ministers:
and Y. P. M. V., S. Hiraoka. H. Kunimoto, K. Takehara.
Ordained Ministers: Licensed Ministers:
N. Hayashi, N. Matsumura. T. Atachi, M. Kanamori, M. Kanaumi,
K. Kawamoto, K. Nobukawa, N.
Licensed Ministers: Takayama.
I. Akiyama, S. Hiraoka, S. Kanamori, Licensed Missionaries:
Y. Kaneziro, R. Matsuyama, J.
Miura, Z. Takayama, M. Toyokawa, N. Kamikuni, Y. Kaneziro, P. S. Oh,
A. Yasumoto. Y. Rinohara, T. Tokumura, K.
Yamaki, S. Yamamoto, K. Yoshihara.
Licensed Missionaries: Church School Teachers:
S. Hirayama, G. Kanemitsu, C. Kan- F. Hoshimitsu, Y. Kaneziro, K. Ki-
emura, Y. Minami, W. Nagai, C. hara, K. Nobukawa.
Tokumura, M. Yoshino.
Legal Organization Title: Zidon of the ---
Chosen Union Conference of Seventh-
day Adventists. NORTH CHOSEN MISSION
Organized 1934
Territory: North Ham Kyung Province;
CENTRAL CHOSEN MISSION South Ham Kyung Province except
Organized 1919 the counties of An Pyun, Young
Hung, Chyung Pyung, Tuk Won, Ko
Territory: Provinces of Kang Won Won and Mun Chun, Wonsan City :
except Sam Chuk and Ul Chin coun- and Kando Province.
ties ; Kyung Ki ; North Choong Churches: 27 ; members. 422.
Chung, except the counties of Ok
Chun and Young Dong ; South Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist
Choong Chung, except the counties Mission, Seishin, Chosen.
103
104 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

Officers: Ordained Ministers:


Director and Secretary-Treasurer, Y. H. Kunihara, S. Toyohara.
Motoe.
Licensed Ministers:
Executive Committee: Y. Motoe, S.
Kiyohara, M. Omine, R. Sugiyama, Y. Kanemura, T. Kaneziro, T. Kuni
S. Toyokawa, Y. Yoshita. moto, S. Oyama, 0. Terauchi, H.
Toyohara, S. Toyota.
Departmental Secretaries:
Licensed Missionaries:
Field Missionary, Y. Yoshita.
Home Missionary, Y. P. M. V. and F. Asano, K. Hirayama, A. Ito, 1
Sabbath School, M. Omine. Kawamatsu, H. Kunimoto, M. Mat-
suno, M. Matsuyama, S. Minami, S.
Ordained Ministers: Nakazima, Y. Toyokawa.
Y. Motoe, S. Toyokawa.
Licensed Ministers:
F. Kanayama, B..Kunimoto, E. Kure-
yams, M. ()mine, Y. Yoshita. WEST CHOSEN MISSION
Licensed Missionaries: Organized 1919
Y. Amaziro, K. Kanaumi, D. R. Kim, Territory: North and South Pyeng An
S. Mitsuyama, M. Sato. and Whang Hai Provinces.
Churches: 45 ; members, 1,375.
Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist
SOUTH CHOSEN MISSION Mission, Junan (Soonan), Chosen.
Organized 1939 Officers:
Territory: North and South Kyung Director, K. Shirakawa.
Sang, North and South Chulla Prov- Secretary-Treasurer, T. Fukuyama.
inces ; and the counties of Sam Chuk
and Ul Chin in Kang Won Province, Executive Committee: K. Shirakawa,
and Ok Chun and Young Dong in K. C. Cho, Y. R. Chun, T. Fukuyama,
North Choong Chung Province, and R. Kaneta, T. Kanezawa, K. S. Pak.
Non San and Tai Chun in South Departmental Secretaries:
Choong Chung Province.
Field Missionary, K. Taniyama.
Churches: 29 ; members, 816. Home Missionary and Y. P. M.
K. Yamamoto.
Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist Sabbath School, T. Fukuyama.
Mission, Taiden, Chosen.
Ordained Ministers:
Officers:
R. Kaneta, T. Kanezawa, S. Kane-
Director, H. Kunihara. ziro, K. Shirakawa:
Secretary-Treasurer, S. Nakazima.
Executive Committee: H. Kunihara, Licensed Ministers:
K. Kanamatsu, Y. Kanemura, S. T. Fukuyama, K. Kanemura, T.
Nakazima, T. Narita, 0. Terauchi, S. Kaneyasu, T. Kawamura, K. Kimura,
Toyota. Z. Takazima, K. Tamura, K. Yama-
moto.
Departmental Secretaries:
Field Missionary, T. Kawamatsu. Licensed Missionaries:
Home Missionary, Y. P. M. V., and M. Hyun, K. Kanekawa, K. Tani-
Sabbath School, S. Toyota. yama.

JAPAN UNION MISSION


Organized as a mission 1896: as a conference, November 2, 1917;
and as a Union Mission, August 20, 1919

Territory: Japan Proper, Saghalin, Headquarters Location and Postal Ad-


Formosa, and the Japanese Mandates. dress: 171 Amanuma 1-chome, Sugin-
Population: 79,532,440 ; churches, 27: ami Ku, Tokyo, Japan.
members, 1,247. Railway Station: Ogikubo; 35 minutes
Cable Address: "Adventist," Tokyo. from Tokyo Station, 11/2 hours from
(Telephone, Ogikubo 2051). Yokohama.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 105

Officers: JAPANESE MANDATED ISLANDS


Superintendent, S. Ogura. MISSION
Secretary-Treasurer, H. Imura.
Members: 42.
Executive Committee: M. Fukazawa,
T. Hasegawa, H. Imura, T. Kajiyama, Address: Korror, Palau, West Caroline
S. Kaneko, Hiroshi Kuniya, S. Na- Islands, Pacific Ocean.
kauchi, G. Nishi, S. Ogura, K. Otsuki,
E. Seino, B. Takagi, Y. Watanabe, H. Officer: Leader, K. Ochiai.
Yamamoto, Kanto-Tohoku Mission Di- Ordained Minister: K. Ochiai.
rector.
Operated under the direct supervision
Departmental Secretaries: of the Executive Committee of the
Educational, H. Yamamoto. Japan Union Mission.
Field Missionary, Tetsuzo Kato.
Home Missionary, T. Kajiyama.
Medical, S. Ogura.
Sabbath School, M. Fukazawa.
Y. P. M. V., H. Yanami.
KANSAI-CHUGOKU MISSION
Ordained Ministers:
T. Kajiyama, Hide Kuniya, H. Ya- Churches: 7; members, 305.
mamoto. Address: 31, Kitakyo-machi -1-chome,
Licensed Missionaries: Matsuyama, Japan.
Mrs. M. Fukazawa, H. Imura, M. Officers:
Sasaki. Director, Y. Watanabe.
Legal Name: The Japan Seventh-day Treasurer, H. Imura.
Adventist Holding Corporation (Dai Executive Committee: Y. Watanabe,
Shichi Nichi Kirisuto Sairin Dan S. Asai, T. Hayakawa, H. Imura, S.
Iji Zaidan). Recognized as a cor- Morita, K. Otsuki.
porate body by Japanese Govern-
ment, July 31, 1932. Ordained Ministers:
K. Otsuki, Y. Watanabe.
Licensed Minister: T. Hayakawa.
FORMOSA (TAIWAN) MISSION
Licensed Missionaries:
Churches: 1 ; members, 14.
T. Fujita, .D. Takagi, Miss E. Yoko-
Address: 7 Hanazono-cho 3-chome, mizo.
Tainan, Taiwan.
Ministerial Interne: S. Yamamoto.
Ordained Minister: N. Wachi.
Operated under the direct supervisior
of the Executive Committee of the
Japan Union Mission.
KANTO-TOHOKU MISSION
Churches: 11 ; members, 646.
HOKKAIDO MISSION
Office and Postal Address: 171, Ama-
Churches: 4 ; members, 107. numa 1-chome, Suginami ku, Tokyo,
Address: Minami 9 Jo, Nishi 16-chome, Japan. (Telephone, Ogikubo 2051).
Sapporo, Japan. Officers:
Officers: Director, S. Ogura, pro tern.
Director, S. Kaneko. Secretary, H. Yanami.
Secretary, T. Hasegawa. Treasurer, H. Imura.
Treasurer, H. Imura. Executive Committee: S. Ogura, H.
Executive Committee: S. Kaneko, T. Imura, Hiroshi Kuniya, G. Nishi, M.
Hasegawa, S. Ikeda, H. Imura, S. Sasaki, H. Yanami.
Ishikawa, S. Ogasawara, S. Sugi- Ordained Minister: Hiroshi Kuniya.
moto.
Licensed Minister: S. Nakauchi.
Ordained Minister: S. Kaneko. Licensed Missionaries:
Licensed Minister: T. Hasegawa. K. Hai, Tetsuzo Kato, S. Sai, E.
Shibata, S. Watanabe.
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. T, liasegawa, S. Ikeda. Missionary Interne: M, Wada,
106 FAR EASTERN 1)1VISION

KYUSHU MISSION Executive Committee: E. Seino, Mrs.


A. Araki, K. Hatada, S. Imamura, H.
Churches: 4 ; members, 133. lmura, S. Tabuchi, Mrs. T. Yatnagata.
Address: 77 Torikai-cho 1-chome, Fu- Ordained Minister: E. Seino.
kuoka, Japan.
Officers: Licensed Minister: K. Hatada.
Director, E. Seino. Licensed Missionaries:
Secretary, K. Hatada.
Treasurer, H. Imura. Mrs. A. Araki, S. Imamura, R. Usuda.

MALAYAN UNION MISSION


Reorganized 1929

Territory: Straits Settlements, Malay BRITISH BORNEO MISSION


States, British North Borneo, Brunei,
Sarawak, Thailand (Siam), French Organized 1914
Indo-China.
Population: 45,468,290: churches, 37 ; Territory: British North Borneo, La-
members, 1,760. buan.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad-
ventist," Singapore. Population: 278,146 ; churches, 8 ; mem-
bers, 336.
Office Address: 399 Upper Serangoon
Road, Singapore, Straits Settlements. Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad-
(Telephone, 7085.) ventist," Jesselton.
Officers:
Office Address: Signal Hill, Jesselton,
Acting Superintendent, K. 0. Tan. British North Borneo.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, K.
T. Kong.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 34, Jesselton,
Executive Committee: K. 0. Tan, K. British North Borneo.
T. Kong, B. H. Ngo, V. L. Kon, W.
W. R. Lake, Z. H. Macarewa, S.
Mangatas, J. Moses, Y. H. Phang, Officers:
K. G. Prakasham, S. H. Tan, T. N. Director, G. B. Youngberg.
Te, G. B. Youngberg. Secretary-Treasurer, A. Sila.ahi.
Departmental Secretaries: Executive Committee: G. B. Young-
Educational, berg, Ginal, H. M. Ku, D. P. Siagian,
Field Missionary and Home Mission- M. T. Sibadogil, L. S. Sibarani, A.
ary, K. 0. Tan. Silalahi.
Medical,
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Departmental Secretaries:
Educational, L. S. Sibarani.
Ordained Ministers: Field Missionary,
N. T. Phang, K. 0. Tan. Sabbath School, and Home Mission-
ary, D. P. Siagian.
Licensed Missionaries: Tract Society, A. Silalahi.
Mrs. M. Arokiasamy, Mrs. R. Bentz, Y. P. M. V.,
Blanche Keasberry, Mrs. W. W. R.
Lake (temporarily in India), Z. H. Ordained Ministers:
Macarewa, B. H. Ngo, K. T. Kong, M. T. Sibadogil, L. S. Sibarani, G.
Mrs. B. L. Ngo, L. B. Tamboenan, B. Youngberg.
C. K. Tan, Mrs. S. M. Tan, Y. P. Yeo.
Church School Teachers: Licensed Ministers:
Cheong Wong Sung, Mrs. Ngo Beng M. Agian, Ginal, H. M. Ku, Lumpi-
Lim, Gloria Tan. sau, D. P. Siagian, A. Silalahi.
Legal Association: "General Conference
Corporation of Seventh-day Advent- Licensed Missionaries:
ists." E. A. Moon, attorney-in-fact. Bulangak, Peter Leopold.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 107

FRENCH INDO-CHINA MISSION Officers:


Organized 1937 Director,
Secretary-Treasurer, K. T. Kong.
Territory: Cochinchina, Cambodia, An-
nam, Tonkin, and Laos. Executive Committee: R. Abdy, C. C.
Huang, K. T. Kong, D. Liem, Y.
Population: 23,000,000 ; churches, 8 ; Liew, R. J. Moses, K. B. Tan, Y. C.
members, 272. Wan.
Office Address: 61 bis Route Localle 22, Departmental Secretaries:
Gia-Dinh, Saigon, Indo-China. (Take Educational,
Rickshaw to Central Market; take Field Missionary, K. T. Kong (Act-
bus marked Govap, show driver ad- ing).
dress of Mission, to know where to Sabbath School, S. F. Chu.
get off bus. Proceed in same direc- Tract Society, K. T. Kong.
tion about 800 yards.) Y. P. M. V. and Home Missionary,
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad- R. Abdy.
ventiste," Gia-Dinh. Ordained Ministers:
Officers: R. J. Moses, Y. H. Phang.
Acting Director, R. Bentz. Licensed Ministers:
Secretary-Treasurer, R. Abdy, Y. F. Choo, C. C. Huang,
Executive Committee: R. Bentz, S. D. Liem, S. Mangatas, K. G. Praka-
V. Cham, T. N. Te, Pham Thanh, sham, M. Siregar, Y. C. Wan.
Le Trung.
Departmental Secretaries: Licensed Missionaries:
Educational, S. F. Chu, K. T. Kong, Y. S. Lee,
Field Missionary, T. N. Te. Y. Liew, Y. Y. Poong, C. H. Ratnam,
Tract Society, Y. Samuel, K. B. Tan.
Y. P. M. V., Sabbath School, and Church School Teachers:
Home Missionary,
Mrs. C. H. Hwang, Mrs. K. T.
Licensed Ministers: Kong, Mrs. Y. Liew, Mrs. Y. Y.
E. Pheng, T. N. Te, Pham Thanh. Poong, D. Tamboenan, S. Tan, Miss
F. L. Wang, S. T. Yeong.
Licensed Missionaries:
R. Bentz, V. V. Cha, H. D. Loc, N.
V. Long, N. H. Luyen, N. H. Nha,
P. T. Nhon, T. V. Phung, T. Qua, SARAWAK MISSION
T. Thu.
Organized 1937
Church School Teachers:
Le Huu, V. H. Son, P. H. Thuan, Territory: The Raj of Sarawak and the
N. V. Ty, N. V. Xa. Sultanate of Brunei.
Seminary Teacher: P. T. Thanh. Population: 630,135 ; churches, 3 ; mem-
bers, 130.
Cambodian Training Institute:
R. Bentz, E. Pheng. Office Address: P. 0. Box 54, Kuching,
Sarawak, Borneo.
Legal Assn.: Societe des Missions Ad-
ventistes du France. Officers:
Director and Treasurer, W. W. R.
Lake.
Secretary, D. Tan.
MALAY STATES MISSION Executive Committee: W. W. R.
Organized 1914 (Reorganized 1932 to Lake, Y. F. Chong, C. G. Koay, J. T.
include former Singapore Mission) Pohan, E. Sinaga, D. Tan, Gloria
Tan.
Territory: Straits Settlements (exclu-
sive of Labuan), Malay States. Ordained Ministers:
Population: 5,095,520; churches, 14; W. W. R. Lake, J. T. Pohan.
members, 859. Licensed Ministers:
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad- Y. F. Chong, E. Sinaga.
ventist," Kuala Lumpur.
Office Address: 140 Bukit Bintang Road, Licensed Missionaries:
Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay A. Chong, S. M. Hutapea, C. G.
States. Koay, M. P. Sormin, S. T. Tsen.
108 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

THAILAND (SIAM) MISSION Departmental Secretaries:


Organized 1919 Educational and Y. P. M. V., Pra-
churd Jolavicharana.
Reorganized in 1937 to include East Field Missionary and Home Mission-
Thailand ary, V. L. Kon.
Tract Society, and Sabbath School,
Territory: Kingdom of Thailand. Mrs. J. T. Ee.
Ordained Minister: V. L. Kon.
- Population: 16,464,489 ; churches, 4 ;
members, 163. Licensed Minister: K. Paw.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad- Licensed Missionaries:
ventist Mission," Bangkok. Mrs. J. T. Ee, Hiu Hiushon, Liu
Hon-thong, Prachurd Jolavicharana,
Office Address: 629 Suriwongse Road, Sorot Muangtong, Tan Oui-kiang,
Bangkok, Thailand. Sailon Sitanggang, Boon Mee Su-
vanakut, Puie Tonasudh, Pleng Vitia-
Officers: myalaksana.
Director and Secretary-Treasurer, Church School Teachers:
V. L. Kon. Miss Pajong, Nai Choy Sirichotera-
Executive Committee: Prachurd Jola- tana, Nai Noi Sirichoteratana, Nai
vicharana, V. L. Kon, Puie Tonasudh. Yoi Sirichoteratana, Mrs. Yoi Siri-
V. L. Kon. choteratana, Ngow Weng.

NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES UNION MISSION


Organir- ed 1929

Territory: Netherlands East Indies, Licensed Minister: M. E. Direda.


and Portuguese Timor.
Licensed Missionaries:
Population: 70,476,000 ; churches, 151 ;
members, 5,608. T. Hasiboean, B. Hutapea, G. P. Jap,
H. Kosakoy, J. H. Lesiasel, J. P.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad- Ruitjenbeek, Mrs. H. E. R. Schell,
ventzending," Bandoeng. (Telephone, J. Tenda, Mrs. K. Tilstra, Mrs: H.
Bandoeng 445.) Twijnstra, M. R. van Emmerik, F.
Wattimena, A. Waworundeng, Mrs.
Office Address: Advent Zendings-genoot- L. M. D. Wortman.
schap in N. 0. I., Hoofdkwartier,
Naripan 63, Bandoeng, Java, Nether-
lands East Indies.
Postal Address: Naripan 63, Bandoeng, AMBON MISSION
Java, Netherlands East Indies. Organized 1929
Officers: Territory: Residency Moluccas, except
Acting Superintendent, K. Tilstra. the islands of Ternate, Halmahaira,
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, H. and Batjan ; Dutch New Guinea.
E. R. Schell. Churches: 11 ; members, 305.
Asst. Secy.-Treas., L. I. Loe.
Executive Committee: K. Tilstra, G. Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad-
A. deJager, M. E. Direda, Dr. Liem, ventzending," Ambon.
K. Mandias, H. E. R. Schell, J. Su- Office Address: Advent Zendingsgen-
maykoe, K. Tamboenan, H. Twijn- ootschap in N. 0. I., Afdeeling Am-
stra, L. M. D. Wortman. bon, Amboina, Moluccas, Netherlands
Departmental Secretaries: East Indies.
Educational and Sabbath School, L. Officers:
M. D. Wortman. Acting Director, J. Sumaykoe.
Home Missionary and Field Mission- Secretary, Th. H. Njio.
ary, Treasurer, Union Conference office.
Y. . M. V., Executive Committee: D. Lesiasel,
Ordained Ministers: Th. H. Njio, J. Sumaykoe, J. P.
Tomasowa, L. Tuasuun.
K. Tilstra, L. M. D, Wortman, H. E.
R. Schell. Ordained Minister: J. Sumaykoe.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 109

Licensed Minister: L. Tuasuun. Office Address: Advent Zendings-


genootschap in N. 0. L, Afdeeling
Licensed Missionaries: Noord-Celebes, Tondano, Celebes,
Mrs. A. Leiwakabessy, A. Pesulima, Netherlands East Indies.
I. Tuamulia.
Officers:
Director, A. Londa (Acting).
Secretary-Treasurer, A. T. Siong.
EAST JAVA MISSION Executive Committee: G. Coloaij, E.
Dompas, A. Londa, M. Malingkas, W.
Organized 1913 Nelwan, A. T. Siong, Ch. L. Son-
Territory: Provinces East Java, Cen- dakh, Bro. Walalangi.
tral Java (except the Residencies Departmental Secretaries:
Banjoemas and Pekalongan) ; Resi-
dencies Bali, Lombok, Madoera, and Field Missionary and Home Mission-
Timor. ary, Ch. L. Sondakh.
Sabbath School, A. T. Siong.
Churches: 16 ; members, 725. Y. P. M. V.,
Cable Address: "Adventzending," Soer- Ordained Ministers:
abaja. A. Londa, H. Pattyranie.
Office Address: Advent Zendingsgenoots- Licensed Ministers:
chap in N. 0. I., Afdeeling Oost-Java,
Buttewegstraat 3, Soerabaja, Java, R. S. Rantoeng, A. Sakul, Ch. L.
Netherlands East Indies. Sondakh, F. Walean, H. Zacharias.
Officers: Licensed Missionaries:
Director, F. Hamel, H. F. Laloan, J. Moroisa,
Secretary, R. 0. Walean. A. T. Siong, K. Walandouw.
Treasurer, J. Tenda. Church School Teacher: F. Mangkey.
Executive Committee: D. A. Dompas,
S. H. Liem, K. Maspaitella, Dj.
Panggabean, K. S. Tan, R. 0. NORTH SUMATRA MISSION
Walean.
Organized-1917
Departmental Secretaries: Reorganized 1937 to include former
Field Missionary, Dj. Panggabean. Batakland Mission
Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
and Y. P. M. V., R. 0. Walean. Territory: Residency of Tapanuli, East
Coast of Sumatra, Atjeh.
Ordained Ministers:
Churches: 39 ; members, 963.
S. H. Pandjaitan, R. 0. Walean.
Office Address: Advent Zendings-
Licensed Ministers: genootschap in N. 0. I., Afdeeling
M. Sormin, D. van Waardenburg, E. Noord-Sumatra, P. Siantar, Colijn-
H. Vijsma. laan 16, Sumatra, Netherlands East
Licensed Missionaries: Indies.
D. A. Dompas, H. M. Mangero, L. S. Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad
Njoo, M. Onsoe, Di. Pangabean, D. ventzending," Pematangsiantar.
Pattikawa, M. L. Saraum. Officers:
Church School Teachers: Director, H. Twijnstra.
T. B. Lie, Moerdoko, H. Tarumasely, Secretary-Treasurer, S. F. Sitompoel.
Toesijem, Mrs. E. Vijsma, J. Wairata. Executive Committee: H. Twijnstra,
K. T. Lie, T. D. Manullang, Am
Moeda, S. Ritonga, S. F. Sitompoel,
K. Tamboenan.
NORTH CELEBES MISSION Departmental Secretaries:
Organized 1923 Educational, Mrs. H. Twijnstra.
Field Missionary and Home Mission-
Territory: Residency Menado and the ary, T. D. Manullang.
islands Ternate, Halmahaira and Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., S.
Batjan. F. Sitompoel.
Churches: 58 ; members, 2,360. Ordained Ministers:
Cable Address: "Adventzending," Ton- H. Aritonang, K. Tamboenan, H.
dano. Twijnstra, G. A. Wood.
110 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

Licensed Ministers: Officers:


M. Hoetapea, A. Mamora, U. H. Director, K. Mandias.
Manullang, Kr. Pandjaitan, M. V. Secretary, --
Pandjaitan, S. Ritonga, S. F. Sitom- Treasurer, J. H. Lesiasel.
poel.
Executive Committee: K. Mandias, K.
Licensed Missionaries: B. Injo, Z. Tahalea.
Elman Hutapea, N. U. Hutapea, T. Ordained Minister: K. Mandias.
D. Manullang.
Licensed Ministers:
Church School Teachers:
S. Goeltom, G. B. Ritonga, B. Sima- A. Hasiboean, Sm. Rantoeng.
toepang.
Licensed Missionaries:
V. E. Siwij, E. Turangan.

SOUTH CELEBES MISSION


Organized 1939,
WEST JAVA MISSION
Territory: Residencies of Celebes, South-
ern and Eastern Borneo Portuguese Organized 1913
Timor.
Territory: Province West Java and
Churches: 2 ; members, 163. Residencies of Banjoemas, Peka-
longan, Western Borneo.
Cable Address: "Adventzending," Ma-
kassar. Churches: 16 ; members, 751.
Office Address: Advent Zendings-
genootechap in N. 0. I., Afdeeling Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad-
Zuid-Celebes, Tamarindeweg, Makas- ventzending," Bandoeng.
sar, Celebes, Netherlands East Indies. Office Address: Advent Zendings-
Officers: genootschap in N. 0. I., Afdeeling
West-Java, Naripan 63, Bandoeng,
Acting Director, Z. Tuasuun. Java, Netherlands East Indies.
Secretary, R. Saerang.
Treasurer, J. Tenda. Officers:
Executive Committee: Z. Tuasuun, Director, K. Tilstra.
E. Losu, L. Meijer, S. H. Tan. Secretary-Treasurer, L. I. Loe.
Licensed Ministers: Executive Committee: K. Tilstra, G.
E. Losu, Z. Tuasuun. de Jager, M. Kauntul, L. I. Loe, A.
K. Pasuhuk, H. E. R. Schell, B.
Licensed Missionary: R. Saerang. Soemampow.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational, L. M. D. Wortman.
Field Missionary, A. K. Pasuhuk.
SOUTH SUMATRA MISSION Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Organized 1929 ; reorganized 1939 to Y. P. M. V.
include former Padang Mission
Ordained Ministers:
Territory: Residencies of Bengkoelen, P. R. Goeltom, M. Kauntul.
Bangka, Djambi, Palembang, Lam-
pongsche Districten, West Coast of Licensed Ministers:
Sumatra, Riouw.
B. C. Dompas, L. Hogendorp, W. U.
Churches: 9 ; members, 341. Hutapea, L. I. Loe, A. K. Pasuhuk,
B. P. Simandjoentak.
Cable Address: "Adventzending,"
Palembang. Licensed Missionaries:
Office Address: Advent Zendings- Z. Maruanaja, H. C. Mende.
genootschap in N. 0. I., Afdeeling
Zuid-Sumatra, Palembang, Sumatra, Church School Teachers:
Netherlands East Indies. M. Pisarahu, C. Soselisa.
PHILIPPINE UNION MISSION
Organized 1914

Territory: The Philippines and the CENTRAL LUZON MISSION


island of Guam. Organized 1931
Population: 16,000,303; churches, 397 ; (Formerly a part of Central Luzon
members, 22,594. Conference)
Cable Address: "Philipunion," or "Ad- Territory: Province of Zambales, Tar-
ventists," Manila. lac and Nueva Ecija (except those
Office Address: 1939 Luna St., Pasay, parts in the north given to Northern
Rizal, Philippine Islands. (Please Luzon Mission), Pampanga, Bulacan,
do not direct mail to this address.) Rizal, Cavite, Bataan, the towns of
Telephone, 5-19-96. Baler and Casiguran of the province
of Tayabas, the City of Manila, the
Postal Address: Post Office Box 401, town of San Jose, Mangarin, Mindoro.
Manila, Philippine Islands. and the province of Palawan.
Officers: Population: 2,275,112 ; churches, 70 ;
members, 3,199.
Superintendent, L. C. Wilcox.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, 0. Cable Address: "Philipunion," Manila.
4. Blake. Office Address: Baesa, Caloocan, Rizal,
Executive Committee: L. C. Wilcox, Philippine Islands. (Please do not
E. M. Adams, J. 0. Bautista, 0. A. direct mail to this address.)
Blake, A. Capobres, P. R. Diaz, H.
C. Honor, J. A. Leland, F. A. Pratt, Postal Address: P. 0. Box 2494, Manila,
W. B. Riffel, R. R. Senson, L. M. Philippine Islands.
Stump, E. J. Urquhart, R. A. Villa- Officers:
nueva. Director, E. J. Urquhart.
Departmental Secretaries: Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, V.
M. Montalban.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Executive Committee: E. J. Urquhart,
Field Missionary, E. W. Bahr. T. Abellera, P. S. Magsalin, V. M.
Medical, H. C. Honor. Montalban, F. A. Velasco, M. G.
Religious Liberty, It. R. Senson. Yorac, L. A. Yutuc.
Sabbath School and Home Mission-
ary, Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Periodical Agency, F. A.
Ordained Ministers: Velasco.
E. W. Bahr, C. W. Lee, T. A. Pilar, Educational and Y. P. M. V., J. M.
L. M. Stump, N. S. Tan. Herrera.
Field Ministerial, M. G. Yorac.
Licensed Ministers: Field Missionary, J. Sto. Domingo.
B. B. Davis, P. H. Eldridge, P. H. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Rqmulo, R. A. Villanueva. P. S. Magsalin.
Medical, P. G. Molimbayan.
Licensed Missionaries: Religious Liberty, E. J. Urquhart.
Miss R. Atwell, Mrs. E. W. Bahr, Ordained Ministers:
Mrs. 0. A. Blake, Mrs. W. J. Blake, C. Cara, J. M. Imperio, P. S. Mag-
R. D. Brion, M. Claveria, A. Cruz, salin, M. C. Pascual, E. J. Urquhart,
Mrs. B. B. Davis, H. L. Dyer, Mrs. M. G. Yorac, L. A. Yutuc.
H. L. Dyer, Mrs. P. H. Eldridge,
W. E. Guthrie, Mrs. W. E. Guth- Honorary: F. Dalisay.
rie, H. C. Honor, Mrs. H. C. Honor, Licensed Ministers:
R. C. Imperio, Miss B. Irvine, I. A. J. Abawag, A. A. Alcaraz, J. Sto.
A. Kintanar, N. F. Legaspi, J. A. Domingo, F. Martin, F. Reyes.
Leland, Mrs. J. A. Leland, C. C.
Morrison, Mrs. C. C. Morrison, Licensed Missionaries:
Miss B. Parker, Mrs. P. H. Peng, Miss L. Lacuesta, D. L. Liwag, Miss
Miss M. Perez, L. L. Quirante, P. Molimbayan, V. M. Montalban,
Miss M. Silloway, Miss E. Stone- F. A. Velasco.
burner, Mrs. L. M. Stump, J. Suban,
R. Umali, Mrs. E. J. Urquhart, Mrs. Church School Teachers:
L. C. Wilcox, W. C. Williams, Mrs. Miss E. Abawag, Miss R. Macalinao,
W. C. Williams. Miss P. Silvestre, Miss E. Suban.
111
112 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

EAST VISAYAN MISSION Postal Address: P. 0. Box 124, Caga-


(Formerly Cebuan Mission) yan, Misamis Oriental, Philippine
Islands.
Organized 1914
Officers:
Territory: Provinces of Cebu, Bohol, Director, W. B. Riffel.
Leyte, Samar, Oriental Negros, and Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, D.
the island of Masbate. B. Ladion.
Population: 3,596,132 ; churches, 34 ; Executive Committee : W. B. Riffel,
members, 2,880. A. N. Anderson, A. Cometa, P. Jano-
lino, D. B. Ladion, A. Macasiano, A.
Office Address: 307 Tres de Abril St., Somoso.
San Nicolas, Cebu City, Philippine
Islands. Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Periodical Agency, L. L.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 119, Cebu Villanueva.
City, Philippine Islands. Educational and Y. P. M. V., A.
Officers: Macasiano.
Field Missionary, A. Comets.
Acting Director, W. B. Riffel. Religious Liberty, J.-D. Cristobal.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, A. Sabbath School and Home Missionary,
Aqui. A. Somoso.
Executive Committee: W. B. Riffel,
A. Aqui, R. Cahilig, A. Capobres, Ordained Ministers:
P. Gonzales, U. Oliva, D. Sabrine. A. N. Anderson, A. Cabardo, R. S.
Llaguno, W. B. Riffel, A. Somoso,
Departmental Secretaries : J. Yovan.
Book and Periodical Agency, A. Aqui.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Eugenio Licensed Minister: A. Sumicad.
Capobres. Licensed Missionaries:
Field Missionary, A. Sta. Rita.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Mrs. A. N. Anderson, G. A. Briones,
D. Sabrine. C. Chiu, A. Comets, J. D. Cristobal,
Religious Liberty, W. B. Riffel. D. Danlag, Z. Ferenal, D. B. Ladion,
T. Layon, P. Lobitania, A. Macasiano,
Ordained Ministers: J. Obregon, R. Pasco, Mrs. W. B.
R. Cahilig, D. Sabrine. Riffel, E. Sanchez, S. Solano, L. L.
Villanueva.
Licensed Ministers:
Church School Teachers:
E. Abas, T. Cabaluna, E. Capobres,
P. Gonzales, D. Noval, U. Oliva, A. R. Cruz, V. Cuambot, F. Fernandez,
Sta. Rita. M. Figalan, E. Ladion, 0. Llaguno,
R. Medina, L. Noval, E. Parago, M.
Licensed Missionaries: Polapos, Mrs. E. Resell, P. Sabayle, B.
A. Aqui, F. Cabansag, A. Chiu, B. Talaboc, Mrs. P. Ong Uy, S. Villa-
Ferraren, L. Garcesa, B. Mary, D. campa.
Pabriga, E. Salazar.
Church School Teachers:
Tomasa Basiga, Candida Raylon, MT. PROVINCE MISSION
Armelina Cacal, Rosalia Cosep, Mrs. (Unorganized)
Francisca Dicen, Paz Florendo, Mrs.
C. Llaguno, Deborah Luzano, Emilia (Formerly a part of the Northern Luzon
Malinao, Modesta Manuel, Gregorio Mission; now under the director-
Silud. ship of the Union)
Established 1939
MINDANAO MISSION Territory: The sub-provinces of Apayao,
(Formerly a part of the East Benguet, Bontoc, If ugao, Kalinga,
Visayan Mission) and Lepanto-Amburayan.
Organized 1937 Population: 296,874; churches, 2; mem-
bers, 96.
Territory: The island of Mindanao and Office Address: P. 0. Box 7, Baguio,
all adjacent small islands included in Mt. Province, Philippine Islands.
the province of Mindanao as well as
the Sulu Archipelago. (This mission is operated under the
direct supervision of the officers and
Population: 1,462,401; churches, 39; the Executive Committee of the Phil-
members, 3,561. ippine Union Mission.)
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 113

Ordained Minister: V. C. Medina. Church School Teachers:


I. Adangas, M. Agpasa, F. Aquino, F.
Field Nurse: M. Balaoas. Cabanada, S. Cabansag, P. Castillo,
Church School Teachers: C. Litzaro, F. Lestino, T. Pasamonte,
G. Pulido, E. Sahagun, N. Sanidad,
F. Berto, L. Juarizo, J. Wandag. C. Tango, J. Umagat, 0. Vigilia.

NORTHERN LUZON MISSION


SOUTH-CENTRAL LUZON MISSION
Entered 1913 ; Organized 1917
Organized 1931
Territory: Provinces of Pangasinan,
Nueva Vizcaya, Isabela, Cagayan, Territory: Provinces of Batangas, La-
Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Batanes, La guna, Marinduque, Mindoro, Tayabas,
Union, and the northern portions of and the islands politically adminis-
the provinces of Nueva Ecija and tered thereby.
Tarlac.
Population: 1,292.263 ; churches, 66 ;
Population: 2,164,419 ; churches, 64 ; members, 2,506.
members, 3,167. Office Address: P. 0. Box 39, Lucena,
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist Mis- Tayabas, Philippine Islands.
sion," Artacho via phone Pozorrubio,
Pangasinan, Philippine Islands. Officers:
Director, L. C. Wilcox.
Office Address: Artacho, Sison, Pangasi- Assistant Director, .1. 0. Bautista.
nan, Philippine Islands. Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, M.
M. Zamora. '
Officers: Assistant Mission Auditor, M. P.
Director, E. M. Adams. Arevalo.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, A. Executive Committee: J. 0. Bautista,
Balinao. S. Barrameda, F. G. Dabu, I. Enri-
Executive Committee : E. M. Adams, quez, S. V. Manuel, T. Reyes, M. M.
A. Balinao, P. Bautista, Q. Cabansag, Zamora.
R. R. Senson, J. A. Valdez, E. Vi-
gilia. Departmental Secretaries:
Departmental Secretaries: Book and Periodical Agency, M. M.
Zamora.
Book and Periodical Agency, A. Educational and Y. P. M. V., S. V.
Reyes. Manuel.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Q. Field Missionary, M. R. Cudanin.
Cabansag. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Field Missionary, R. Umali. P. C. Banaag.
Sabbath School and Home Missionary, Religious Liberty, J. 0. Bautista.
E. Vigilia.
Ordained Ministers:
Ordained Ministers:
E. M. Adams, J. 0. Afenir, T. P. J. 0. Bautista, I. Enriquez, B. Nepo-
Atiga, R. A. Pilar, R. R. Senson, muceno.
J. A. Valdez. Licensed Ministers:
Honorary: A. A. Panaga, E. Valera. R. P. Alinsod, F. G. Dabu, M. M.
Zamora.
Licensed Ministers:
G. Amansec, J. Bangloy, Q. Caban- Licensed Missionaries:
sag, F. de la Cruz, A. Roda, A. San M. P. Arevalo, P. C. Banaag, C. N.
Juan, R. Umali.
Enriquez, S. V. Manuel, V. Quintal,
Licensed Missionaries: F. I. Zamora.
Mrs. E. M. Adams, A. Balinao, B. Church School Teachers:
Bionat, L. Cabansag, V. Cabansag,
E. de Leon, E. DizOn, L. Garcia, A. Miss C. Atienza, Miss N. Cardimiza,
Guadiz, M. Jereos, D. Laureta, P. Miss D. Esguerra, Miss L. Ferrer,
Medina, A. Miguel, C. Miguel, P. Miss T. Galang, Miss E. Lagabong,
Milaor, P. Poblete, A. Reyes, P. Ri- Miss L. Leynes, F. Magnaye, Mrs.
mas, B. Sanidad, Mrs. R. R. Senson, Gloria Magsalin, Miss F. Mopera,
L. Taaca. Miss M. Racal.
114 FAR EASTERN DIVISION

SOUTHERN LUZON MISSION Jamandre, N. Jardinico, F. H. Jor-


nada, A. C. Same.
Organized 1926
Departmental Secretaries:
Territory: The Provinces of Camarines Book and Periodical Agency, F.
Sur, Camarines Norte, Albay, Sorso- Bayuna.
gon, and the islands of Ticao, Burias, -Educational and Y. P. M. V., L.
and Catanduanes. Duriquez (acting).
Population: 1,021,275; churches, 40; Field Missionary, J. K. Ramos ; As-
members, 1,254. sistant Field Missionary, M. Pans-
guiton.
Office Address: P. 0. Box 32, Legaspi, Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
Albay, Philippine Islands. and Religious Liberty, G. de Guz-
man.
Officers: Medical, D. Moscatel.
Director, P. R. Diaz.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, L. Ordained Ministers:
P. Gaje. G. de Guzman, F. A. Pratt, T. G
Executive Committee: P. R. Diaz, C. Recalde, A. C. Same, E. Tantia.
Barnedo, M B. Gabarra, L. P. Gaje, Honorary: F. H. Jornada.
J. Martinez, R. Verdan.
Licensed Ministers:
Departmental Secretaries: V. Diaz, J. K. Ramos, T. B. Tortal,
Book and Periodical Agency, L. P. J. Urbanoso.
Gaje. Licensed Missionaries:
Educational, Sabbath School, and
Y. P. M. V., R. R. Verdan. A. Barrios, F. Bayuna, Z. B. Cahilig,
Field Missionary, S. Quines. L. Dalumpines, R. de Asis, A. de
Home Missionary and Religious Lib- Lamera, T. Diancin, L. Duriquez, A.
erty, P. R. Diaz. Hilado, F. Jereos, J. M. Lee, Mrs.
J. M. Lee, G. Maypa, A. Mopia, D.
Ordained Ministers: Moscatel, M. Panaguiton, J. G. Qui-
P. R. Diaz, F. L. Jabola. jote, F. Sargado, J. M. Tauro.
Licensed Ministers: Church School Teachers:
Gregorio Arguzon, C. B. Barnedo, A. Aguilar, M. Arellano, F. de Lo-
Mel Gabarra. riezo, R. Garcia, A. Gonzales, M. Gon-
zales, Mrs. C. Isuga, R. Mercurio, D
Licensed Missionaries: Tamares.
P. Estipona, T. Frias, L. P. Gaje,
S. Quines, R. R. Verdan.
Church School Teachers: INSTITUTIONS IN THE FAR
P. Aspe, M. Delizo, A. Gavin, T. EASTERN DIVISION
Nabong, Maria Paredes, S. Reyno,
Mrs. R. San Juan, Mrs. H. Verdan. Educational:
Ayer Manis School, Serian, Kuching,
Sarawak.
Bangkok Seventh-day Adventist Mis-
WEST VISAYAN MISSION sion School, Rama IV Road, Bang-
kok, Thailand.
Organized 1914 Chosen Junior Training Institute,
Menbokuri, Outside East Gate, Kei-
Territory: The Provinces of Iloilo, zyo, Chosen:
Capiz, Antique, Romblon, Occidental Chosen Union Workers' Training In-
Negros; the Cuyo Islands, an the stitute, Keizyo, Chosen (Korea).
island of Guimaras. East Visayan Academy, Box 119,
Population: 2,131,622 ; churches, 82 ; Cebu City, Cebu, Philippine Islands.
members, 5931. French Indo-China Training School,
61 bis, Route Localle 22, Gia-Dinh,
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 271, Iloilo Saigon, French Indo-China.
City, Iloilo, Philippine Islands. Japan Junior College (Boys' School),
Officers: Showa-machi, Kimitsu-gun, Chiba
Ken, Japan.
Director, F. A. Pratt. , Japan Junior College (Girls' School),
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, Z. 171 Amanuma 1 Chome, Suginami-
B. Cahilig. Ku, Tokyo, Japan.
'Assistant Auditor, J. G. Quijote. Malayan Seminary, 401 Upper Seran-
Executive Committee: F. A. Pratt, goon Road, Singapore, Straits Set-
Z. B. Cahilig, G. de Guzman, T. H. tlements.
FAR EASTERN DIVISION 115

Netherlands East Indies Training Bangkok Mission Sanitarium, 807 Lan


School (Opleidingsschool der Ad- Luang Road, Bangkok, Thailand.
vent-Zending), Tjimahi, Java, Neth- (Closed owing to war.)
erlands East Indies. Bhuket Mission Clinic, Bhuket, Thai-
Northern Luzon Academy, Artacho, land.
Sison, Pangasinan, Philippine Is- Blind People's Home and Dispensary,
lands. Sipogoe, Sumatra, Netherlands East
Philippine Union College, Box 1772, Indies.
Manila, Philippine Islands. Bukit Nyala Mission Dispensary,
Sabah Training School, Tamparuli, Bukit Nyala, Tatau River, via Bin-
Tuaran, British North Borneo. tulu, Sarawak, Borneo.
Seoul Junior Training Institute, Men- Cebu Public Health Dispensary, P. 0.
bokuri, Outside East Gate, Keizyo, Box 119, Cebu City, Cebu, Philip-
Chosen. pine Islands.
Sunny Hill School, Third Mile, Si- Ceram Dispensary, Roemahkay, via
manggang Road, Kuching, Sara- Ambon, Moluccas, Netherlands East
wak, Borneo. Indies.
Ubol Seventh-day Adventist Mission Children's Home and Dispensary,
School, Ubol, Thailand. Groote Postweg, Tjimahi, Java,
West Visayan Academy, Box 502, Netherlands East Indies.
Iloilo City, Iloilo, Philippine Is- Djiring Moi Dispensary, Djiring, An-
lands. nam, French Indo-China.
East Thailand Dispensary, Kulu,
Publishing: Ubol, Thailand.
French Indo-China Press, 61 bis, Manila Sanitarium and Hospital, 1875
Route Localle 22, Gia-Dinh, Saigon, Donada St., Pasay, Rizal, Philippine
French Indo-China. Islands. Postal Address: P. 0. Box
Japan Seventh-day Adventist Pub- 3242, Manila, Philippine Islands.
lishing House, 169-171 Amanuma 1 Penang Sanitarium, No. 465 Burma
Chome, Suginami-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. Road, Penang, Straits Settlements.
Malayan Signs Press, 399 Upper Ser- Penang Mission Clinic, 422 Chulia St.,
angoon Road, Singapore, Straits Penang, Straits Settlements.
Settlements. Philippine Union College Dispensary,
Netherlands East Indies Publishing Hox 1772, Manila, Philippine Is-
House (Advent Boeken Depot), lands.
Naripan 63, Bandoeng, Java, Neth- Phnom Penh Maternity Home and
erlands East Indies. Clinic, Villa Nanou, Rue Verdun,
Philippine Publishing House, 1939 Phnom Penh, French Indo-China.
Calle Luna, Pasay, Rizal, Philip- (Closed owing to war.)
pine Islands. Postal Address: Box Polyclinic of the Advent Mission,
813, Manila, Philippine Islands. Tanah Tinggi 16, Batavia Centrum,
Signs of the Times Publishing House, Java, Netherlands East Indies.
Seiryori-machi, Keizyo, Chosen Seoul Sanitarium and 'Hospital, Ki-
(Korea). keicho, Keizyo (Seoul), Chosen.
Soonan Dispensary-Hospital, Junan
Medical: (Soonan), Chosen.
Bangkok Mission Clinic. 4986 Plab- Tokyo Sanitarium-Hospital, 171 Ama-
plachai Road, Bangkok, Thailand numa 1 Chome, Suginami-Ku,
(Siam). Tokyo, Japan.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION
Organized 1922
Territory: Mexico, Guatemala, Hondu- Departmental Secretaries:
ras, British Honduras, Salvador, Educational and Y. P. M. V., A. H.
Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Co- Roth.
lombia, Venezuela, British Guiana, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Dutch Guiana, French Guiana, West Wesley Amundsen.
Indies,Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, Santo Ministerial Association and Radio,
Domingo, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, R. M. Whitsett.
Windward and Leeward, also Virgin Publishing,. D. A. McAdams.
and Bahama Islands ; comprising the Religious Liberty, Glenn Calkins.
Antillian, Central American, Colum- Transportation:
bia-Venezuela and Mexican Union
Missions and the Caribbean Union General Agent, C. L. Torrey.
Conference. Antillian Union Mission, F. S.
Thompson.
Population: 54,625,732 ; churches, 724 ; Caribbean Union Conference,
members, 45,026. Central American Union Mission,
H. L. Nielsen.
Cable Address: Inter-American Divi- Colombia-Venezuela Union Mission.
sion, General Peraza, Havana, Cuba. A. P. Christiansen.
Office Address: 3rd and F Streets, Gen- Mexican Union Mission, J. G. Pettey.
eral Peraza (Rancho Boyeros), Ha- Ordained Ministers:
vana, Cuba. (Telephone No. 8.)
Wesley. Amundsen, Glenn Calkins, D.
Postal Address: Apartado 50, General A. McAdams, A. H. Roth, C. L. Tor-
Peraza, Havana, Cuba. rey, R. M. Whitsett.
Officers: Licensed Ministers:
President, Glenn Calkins. A. V. Larson, E. R. Sanders.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor,
C. L. Torrey. Licensed Missionaries:
Asst. Sec.-Treas., E. R. Sanders. Mrs. Wesley Amundsen, R. B. Cald-
Cashier, R. B. Caldwell. well, Mrs. R. B. Caldwell, Mrs. Glenn
Division Committee: Glenn Calkins, Calkins, Ruth Conard, Etta Hew-
Wesley Amundsen, W. A. Bergherm, gley, Effie James, Grace Johnson
H. F. House, N. H. Kinzer, A. V. Mrs. A. V. Larson, Mrs. D. A. Mc-
Larson, D. A. McAdams, W. E. Mur- Adams, Mrs. A. H. Roth, Christine
ray, W. E. Read, A. H. Roth, E. R. Rutledge, Mrs. E. R. Sanders, H. I.
Sanders, C. L. Torrey, R. M. Whit- Smith, Mrs. H. I. Smith, Mrs. C. L.
sett. Torrey, Mrs. R. M. Whitsett.

ANTILLIAN UNION MISSION


Reorganized 1923
Territory: The Bahamas, Cayman Is- Executive Committee: W. E. Murray,
lands, Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto W. E. Atkin, V. E. Berry, H. C.
Rico, Santo Domingo, and the Turks Brown, L. L. Dunn, C. S. Johnson, J.
and Caicos Islands. S. Marshall, B. A. Meeker, G. C.
Nickle, A. G. Roth, J. B. Sales, M. J.
Population: 12,240,840; churches, 298 ; Sorenson, A. C. Stockhausen, F. S.
members, 20,604. Thompson.
Cable Address: "Unionantil," Havana, Departmental Secretaries:
Cuba. Educational and Y. P. M. V., V. E.
Office and Postal Address: D'Estrampes Berry.
No. 252, Santos Suarez, Havana, Field Missionary, C. S. Johnson.
Cuba. Telephone, 1-6004. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Officers: Religious Liberty, W. E. Murray.
Superintendent, W. E. Murray.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, F. Ordained Ministers:
S. Thompson. V. E. Berry, C. P. Crager, L. S.
116
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 117

Crawford, W. A. Holgate, C. S. John- EAST CUBA CONFERENCE


son, J. S. Marshall, W. E. Murray,
M. J. Sorenson. Organized January 18, 1941
Licensed Ministers: Territory: The eastern part of Cuba,
A. L. Christensen, M. E. Lysinger, consisting of the provinces of Cama-
F. S. Thompson. guey and Oriente.
Licensed Missionaries: Population: 1,518,034 ; churches, 29;
members, 1,566.
Mrs. V. E. Berry, Mrs. A. L. Chris-
tiansen, Mrs. C. P. Crager, Mrs. L. S. Office Address: Calle G. Gomez No. 65,
Crawford, Mrs. M. E. Lysinger, Mrs. Camaguey, Cuba. (Telephone 2925.)
J. S. Marshall, Mrs. W. E. Murray,
C. L. von Pohle, Mrs. C. L. von Postal Address: Apartado 30, Cama-
Pohie, A. J. Sands, Mrs. A. J. Sands, guey, Cuba.
Mrs. M. J. Sorenson, Charles Taylor, Officers:
Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mrs. F. S.
Thompson. President, J. B. Sales.
Secretary-Treasurer, K. H. Emmer-
son.
Executive Committee: J. B. Sales,
David Caveda, K. H. Emmerson, C.
BAHAMAS MISSION G. Gordon, Francisco Rodriguez, An-
tonio Rubant, I. Vasquez.
Entered 1909
Departmental Secretaries:
Territory: The Bahamas Islands and Book and Bible House, K. H. Em-
the Turks and Caicos Islands. merson.
Field Missionary, Francisco Rodriguez.
Population: 74,203; churches, 17; mem- Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
bers, 453. Educational, and Y. P. M. V., C. G.
Gordon.
Cable Address: "Adventist," Nassau,
Bahamas. Ordained Ministers:
C. G. Gordon, J. B. Sales.
Postal Address: Box 356, Nassau, Ba- Honorary: Jose Veiga, Manuel Avila.
hamas.
Licensed Ministers:
Office Address: 692 Bay St., near Pan Emmanuel Pupo, I. Vazquez.
American Airways office, Nassau,
Bahamas. Licensed Missionaries:
Ana Rosa Alvarado, K. H. Emmer-
Officers: son, Mrs. K. H. Emmerson, Raul
Director, B. A. Meeker. Galiano, Mrs. C. G. Gordon, Roberto
Secretary-Treasurer, . Perez, Francisco Rodriguez, Angel de
Executive Committee: B. A. Meeker, la Torre.
W. W. Antonio, M. G. Nembhard, Church School Teachers:
T. J. Thompson.
Melitina Estrada, Mrs. B. Munoz,
Departmental Secretaries: Mrs. J. I. Skyers, Felix Vazquez.
Book and Bible House,
Educational, B. A. Meeker.
Home Missionary, B. A. Meeker. HAITIAN MISSION
Sabbath School, Mrs. B. A. Meeker.
Young People's Missionary Volunteer, Established 1905
C. F. Edwards.
Ordained Ministers: Territory: Republic of Haiti.
B. A. Meeker, M. G. Nembhard. Population: 3,600,000; churches, 33;
members, 5,019.
Licensed Ministers:
Cable Address: "Adventiste," Port-au-
C. F. Edwards, S. G. Lindo. Prince, Haiti.
Licensed Missionaries: Office Address: Avenue Joseph Nicolas
Ualee Lawrence, Mrs. B. A. Meeker, and Magloire Ambroise, Port-au-
Paul Ward. Prince, Haiti.
Church School Teacher: Postal Address: Casier S, Port-au-
Ualee Lawrence. Prince, Haiti.
118 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

Officers : Field Missionary, B. E. Hurst.


Director, A. G. Roth. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Secretary-Treasurer, Julien Craan. E. W. Storing.
Executive. Committee: A. G. Roth, Ordained Ministers:
Tousenel Alexis, F. D. Apollon, Julien W. E. Atkin, Frank Fletcher, W. S.
Craan, R. H. Howlett. Nation, E. E. Parchment, D. V. Pond,
Departmental Secretaries: D. B. Reid, R. H. Robertson, G. A. E.
Smith, A. C. Stockhausen, E. W.
Book and Bible House, Julien Craan. Storing, J. N. Williams.
Educational, A. G. Roth.
Field Missionary and Home Mission- Honorary: Frank Hall, W. H. Ran-
ary, Matthieu Bermingham. dle, L. Rashford, J. A. Reid.
Sabbath School, and Y. P. M. V., Licensed Ministers:
A. D. Laing, Harold Nembhard, H. S.
Ordained Ministers: Walters.
F. D. Apollon, Bossuet Lanoix, A. G. Licensed Missionaries:
Roth.
Mrs. W. E. Atkin, B. E. Hurst, Roy
Honorary: A. J. Jean-Baptiste, M. N. Jeffries, Hilbert Nembhard, Mrs.. D. V.
Isaac, Antoine Theodore. Pond, Miss A. W. Sangster, Mrs. E.
Licensed Ministers: W. Storing, Kenneth Vaz.
Joses Brutus, Julien Craan, Paul Church School Teachers:
Evers, R. H. Howlett, H. N. Isaac. Dell Brodie, Kathleen Brodie, Miss J.
Licensed Missionaries: V. Brown, Lilleth Gordon, Bell Hall,
Matthieu Bermingham, Napoleon E. C. Henriquez, Henry Simpson, Era
Charles, Maxi Cherenfant, Mrs. Paul Williams.
Evers, Antony Henri, Mrs. R. H. Secondary School Teachers:
Howlett, Assiedius N. Isaac, Hora- Stanley Bull, Keith Crosbie, V. H.
tins Petigny, Mrs. A. G. Roth, Alexis Percy.
Valcourt.
Church School Teachers: PUERTO RICO MISSION
Mrs. Lysins Byssainthe, Montalus Organized 1909
Dolce, David Claude, Neifide Dorvil,
Mrs. Catule Dubuche, Mrs. Jules Jean Territory: Island of Puerto Rico and
Pierre, Mrs. Franeisque Lamour, Viequez.
Anide Mercier, Anthilde Mercier, Jo- Population: 1,723,543 ; churches, 24 ;
sias Mercier, Mrs. Tertulien Mercier, members, 1,639.
Theomard Raymond, Amedee St. Pi-
erre, Mrs. St. Parvin Reneaud, Alexis Cable Address: "Adventists," San
Valcourt. Juan, Puerto Rico.
Office Address: Stop 14, Santurce,
JAMAICA CONFERENCE Puerto Rico.
Organized 1903 Postal Address: Apartado 3005, San-
turce, Puerto Rico.
Territory: Island of Jamaica.
Officers:
Population: 1,173,645 ; churches, 144 ;
members, 9,009. Director, L. L. Dunn.
Secretary-Treasurer, S. L. Folkenberg.
Cable Address: "Adventist," Kingston,
Jamaica. Executive Committee: L. L. Dunn,
Eloy Acosta, C. W. Dunscornbe, S.
Office and Postal Address: 176 Orange L. Folkenberg, M. Mendez, J. A.
Street, Kingston, Jamaica, British Phipps.
West Indies.
Departmental Secretaries:
Officers:
Book and Bible House, S. L. Folken-
President, W. E. Atkin. berg.
Secretary-Treasurer, D. V. Pond. Educational, L. L. Dunn.
Executive Committee: W. E. Atkin, Field Missionary, B. Hernandez.
E. E. Parchment, D. V. Pond, D. B. Home Missionary,
Reid, M. J. Sorenson, D. E. Walker, Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Mrs.
J. N. Williams. S. L. Folkenberg,
Departmental Secretaries: Ordained Ministers:
Book and Bible House, D. V. Pond. E. Acosta, R. Bracero, L. L. Dunn,
Educational and Y. P. M. V., H. S. F. Megrant, M. Mendez, J. A. Phipps,
Walters. R. W. Prince.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 119

Licensed Ministers: Mrs. Arthur L. Edeburn, Leonela


F. Cardona, S. L. Folkenberg, B. Gonzalez, Mrs. Jose I. Rivera, J. W.
Hernandez, R. Hernandez, A. Mar- Williams.
rero. Church School Teachers:
Licensed Missionaries: Salvador Alvarez, Muriela Burke,
Josefa Contreras, Silvia Hall, Atalia
Mrs. L. L. Dunn, Mrs. S. L. Folken- Nunez, Ana Retif.
berg, Mrs. J. A. Phipps.
Church School Teachers: WEST CUBA CONFERENCE
Natividad Alers, Ruth Martinez, Pan- Organized January 18, 1941
chinta Peraza, Cruz Sanchez, Ed-
warda Villanueva. Territory: The western part of Cuba,
made up of the provinces of Pinar
SANTO DOMINGO MISSION del Rio, Havana, Matanzas and Santa
Clara, the Isle of Pines, and Cayman
Organized 1924 Islands.
Territory: Republic of Santo Domingo. Population: 2,534,854 ; churches, 30 ;
members, 1,359.
Population: 1,616,561; churches, 21 ;
members, 1,559. Cable Address: "Adventista," Havana,
Cuba. (Telephone 1-4004).
Cable Address: "Adventista," Ciudad
Trujillo, Rep. Dominicana. Office and Postal Address: Patrocinio
No. 20, Vibora, Havana, Cuba.
Office Address: Avenida Mella 91, Ciu- Officers:
dad Trujillo, Rep. Dominicana.
President, G. C. Nickle.
Postal Address: Apartado 568, Ciudad Secretary-Treasurer, J. A. Zaragoza.
Trujillo, Rep. Dominicana. Executive Committee: G. C. Nickle,
Officers: Emilio Girado, Heriberto Golzalez,
Juan Palau, Pedro Perales, R. E. del
Director, H. C. Brown. Sol, J. A. Zaragoza.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. L. Edeburn.
Executive Committee: H. C. Brown, Departmental Secretaries:
Jose A. Alonzo, Arthur L. Edeburn, Book and Bible House, J. A. Zaragoza.
Jose I. Rivera, Juan E. Rivera. Field Missionary, Juan Palau.
Home Missionary, G. C. Nickle.
Departmental Secretaries: Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Book and Bible House, Arthur L.
Edeburn. Ordained Ministers:
Educational,
Field Missionary, Rene Chavez. G. C. Nickle, Pedro Perales, B. F.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School and Perez, R. E. del Sol, Miguel Vasquez,
Y. P. M. V., W. Cadiz. J. A. Zaragoza.
Ordained Ministers: Honorary: Pedro Cruz.
H. C. Brown, Jose I. Rivera, Juan E. Licensed Ministers:
Rivera. Juan Palau, Manuel Rosado.
Honorary: Eugenio Valencia. Licensed Missionaries:
Licensed Ministers: Ramiro Alonso, E. Girado, Sr., Reiner
Macias, Mrs. G. C. Nickle, Mrs. Pedor
Jose A. Alonzo, W. Cadiz. Perales, Mrs. Felisa G. de Perez, Mrs.
Licensed Missionaries: Abda B. de Rosado.
Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs. W. Cadiz, Church Schriol Teachers:
Rene Chavez, Mrs. Rene Chavez, Juan Gil, Petronila Oxamendi, Raman
Pablo Decena, Arthur L. Edeburn, Salcedo, Valeriano Vasquez.

CARIBBEAN UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1926
Territory: Trinidad and Tobago, Bar- Cable Address: "Caribunion," Port-of-
bados, the Windward, Leeward, and Spain, Trinidad.
Virgin Islands; British, Dutch, and
French Guianas. Office Address: 25 Edward St., Port-of-
Population: 2,148,871 ; churches, 150 ; Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies.
members, 9,315. (Telephone 4732.)
120 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

Postal Address: Box 221, Port-of-Spain, Departmental Secretaries:


Trinidad, British West Indies. Book and Bible House, Guiscard Sab-
Officers: lier.
President, W. E. Read. Field Missionary, Henri Girard.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
and Y. P. M. V., A. H. Linzau.
Cashier, Rosalind Loo. Ordained Ministers:
Executive Committee: W. E. Read, Eugene Berle, S. B. Jean-Elie.
J. T. Carrington, It. E. Cash, A. 0.
Dunn, A. R. Haig, A. E. Hempel, Licensed Minister: Guiscard Sablier..
Charles Manoram, A. E. Riley, C. E.
Stenberg, C. B. Sutton. Licensed Missionaries:
Departmental Secretaries: Henri Girard, Louise Ledran, A. H.
Linzau.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., J. T.
Carrington.
Field Missionary, A. R. Haig.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
R. E. Cash. GUIANA CONFERENCE
Ordained Ministers:
Reorganized 1926
J. T. Carrington, R. E. Cash, A. R.
Haig, W. E. Read. Territory: British, Dutch and French
Honorary: R. T. Colthurst, Philip Guianas, South America.
Giddings.
Population: '524,500; churches, '37;
Licensed Ministers: members, 1,867.
J. I. Crawford, C. E. Stenberg. Cable Address: "Adventist," George.
Licensed Missionaries: town, British Guiana, South America.
Linda Austin, I. W. Baerg, Mrs. I. Office Address: 43 Regent Street,
W. Baerg, Mrs. R. E. Cash, Mrs. J. Georgetown, British Guiana, South
I. Crawford, F. E. Hills, Mrs. F. E. America.
Hills, Rosalind Loo, W. A. Osborne,
Mrs. W. E. Read, Mrs. C. E. Sten- Postal Address: Box 78, Georgetown,
berg, Mrs. Ruth Thomas. British Guiana, South America.
Officers:
President, C. B. Sutton.
Secretary-Treasurer, C. W. Gardner.
FRENCH WEST INDIAN MISSION Executive Committee: C. B. Sutton,
Established 1929 Henry Beck, C. W. Gardner, E. S.
Greaves, 0. P. Reid, W. W. Weithers.
Territory: French West IndiesMar- Departmental Secretaries:
tinique, and Guadeloupe and its de- Book and Bible House, C. W. Gardner.
pendencies. Educational, C. W. Gardner.
Population: 514,212; churches: 13; Field Missionary, W. W. Weithers.
members, 564. Home Missionary, C. B. Sutton.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Mrs.
Cable Address: "Adventiste," Fort-de- Isabella Downer.
France, Martinique.
Ordained Ministers:
Office Address: Route de Bellevue, ler Henry Beck, E. S. Greaves, 0. P.
km., Fort-de-France, Martinique, Reid, C. B. Sutton.
French West Indies.
Licensed Ministers:
Postal Address: Casier Postal 16, Fort-
de-France, Martinique, French West R. E. Brooks, Victor McEachrane.
Indies. Licensed Missionaries:
Officers: Mrs. Isabella Downer, C. W. Gardner,
Director, Mrs. C. W. Gardner, Mrs. C. B. Sut-
Secretary-Treasurer, Guiscard Sab- ton, W. W. Weithers.
lier. Church School Teachers:
Executive Committee: Eugene Berle, Bessie Blair, Mrs. R. E. Brooks, Ken-
Henri Girard, S. B. Jean-Elie, A. H. neth Durnmett, Myrtle Fleming, Jono-
Linzau, Guiscard Sablier. than Riley, Marjorie Van Lange.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 121

Legal Title: "Guiana Conference of the Leeward Islands. Also: The Lee-
Seventh-day Adventists." ward Islands Conference of Seventh
day Adventists (Barbados).
Roraima Indian Mission Station
Address: Paruima Mission, Kurupung,
Mazaruni River, British Guiana,
South America. SOUTH CARIBBEAN CONFERENCE
Reorganized 1925
Territory: Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada,
LEEWARD ISLANDS CONFERENCE the Grenadines, and St. V.ne(nt.
Reorganized 1926 Population: 710,446 ; churches, 65 ;
members, 4,021.
Territory: Barbados, St. Lucia, Lee-
ward and Virgin Islands, excepting Cable Address: "Adventist," Port-of-
the French West Indies. Spain, Trinidad.
Population: 399,713 ; churches, 35 ; Office Address: 31 Dundonald St., Port-
members, 2,863. of-Spain, Trinidad, British West In-
dies. (Telephone, 6401.)
Cable Address: "Adventist," Barbados,
British West Indies. Postal Address: Box 66, Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, British West Indies.
Office Address: McGregor St., Bridge-
town, Barbados, British West Indies. Officers:
President, A. 0. Dunn.
Postal Address: Box 216, Bridgetown, Secretary-Treasurer, S. E. White.
Barbados, British West Indies. Executive Committee: A. 0. Dunn,
S. C. Andrews, Charles Dirgoonanan,
Officers: Nathaniel Gooding, Nathaniel Payne,
President, A. E. Hempel. John Roberts, S. E. White.
Secretary-Treasurer, R. S. J. Hamil-
ton. Departmental Secretaries:
Executive Committee : A. E. Hempel, Book and Bible House, S. E. White ;
A. A. Fortune, C. M. Greenidge, R. Assistant, Arthur Nobbee.
S. J. Hamilton, W. H. Lewis, F. A. EduCational and Y. P. M. V., Charles
Sebro, 0. C. Walker. Manoram.
Field Missionary, Charles Dirgoon-
Departmental Secretaries: anan.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Book and Bible House, R. S. J. Ham- L. D. Brathwaite.
ilton.
Educational, A. E. Hempel. Ordained Ministers:
Field Missionary, J. B. Ramratan. R. L. Badgley, A. 0. Dunn, Nathaniel
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Gooding, C. D. Henry, Charles Man-
A. A. Ward. oram, Nathaniel Payne, John Roberts,
Y. P. M. V., Olive Edwards. T. J. Warner, J. D. Wood.
Ordained Ministers: Licensed Ministers:
A. A. Fortune, R. S. J. Hamilton, L. D. Brathwaite, C. L. Jones, S. E.
A. E. Hempel, W. H. Lewis, A. E. White.
Riley, C. G. Van Putten, 0. C. Licensed Missionaries:
Walker.
Mrs. R. L. Badgley, Charles Dirgoon-
Licensed Ministers: anan, Mrs. 0. A. Dunn, S. L. Gadsby,
J. B. Ramratan, F. A. Sebro. Gwendolyn Robins, Mrs. S. E. White,
Iris Wiltchire.
Licensed Missionaries: Church School Teachers:
V. T. Boyce, Olive Edwards, L. P. Anetta Archie, Elizabeth Belfon, Iona
Giddings, Mrs. R. S. J. Hamilton, Bernard, Riley Caesar, Prisca De-
Mrs. A. E. Hempel, Joshua James, Jonge, Edith Ephraim, Priscilla
A. A. Ward. Graser, George Riley, Ina Sutherland,
Phillippa Thorne, Lucy Williams.
Church School Teachers:
Ahroda Callendar, Mary Dee, Charles Legal Titles: The Incorporated Trus-
Gibson, Moses Haynes, David Lewis, tees of the Seventh-day Adventist
Marjorie Philpot. Church in Trinidad and Tobago.
Also: The Incorporated Trustees of
Legal Titles: The Board of Trustees of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in
the Seventh-day Adventist Church in St. Vincent.
CENTRAL AMERICAN UNION MISSION
Reorganized 1926
Territory: Bay Islands of Honduras, Officers:
British Honduras, Costa Rica, Guate- Director, F. I. Mohr.
mala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Secretary-Treasurer, F. I. Mohr.
El Salvador, Corn Island, San Andzes,
Old Providence Islands and Canal Executive Committee: F. I. Mohr,
Zone. Fulton Archbold, H. Flowers, Rodney
Smith, Hansen Waller.
Population: 8,472,833; churches, 114;
members, 5,404. Departmental Secretaries:
Cable and Radiogram Address: "Ad- Book and Bible House, F. I. Mohr.
ventista," San Jose, Costa Rica. Educational, Home Missionary, Sab-
bath School, and Y. P. M. V.,
Office Address: Fifth Avenue, North of Hansen Waller.
Post Office. Field Missionary, F. W. Steeves.
Postal Address: Apartado 1059, San Jose, Ordained Ministers:
Costa Rica, Central America. (Tel. Fulton Archbold, F. I. Mohr.
Office, 3359 ; Residence, 3469.)
Officers: Licensed Minister: Hansen Waller.
Superintendent, N. 'H. Kinzer. Licensed Missionary: Mrs. F. I. Mohr.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor,
H. L. Nielsen.
Cashier, H. L. Higgins. COSTA RICA MISSION
Executive Committee: N. H. Kinzer,
Eduardo Acosta, Ishmael Ellis, Orley Organized 1927
Ford, H. L. Higgins, R. G. Jones, Territory: Republic of Costa Rica.
H. M. Larrabee, A. V. Larson, F. I.
Mohr, C. F. Montgomery, H. L. Population: 672,043 ; churches, 16 ;
Nielsen, Peter Nygaard, D. Santos, members, 657.
F. W. Steeves, C. E. Westphal, Super- Cable and Telegram Address: "Adven.
intendent of the Guatemala Mission. tista," San Jose, Costa Rica.
Departmental Secretaries: Postal Address: Apartado 1325, San
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Sab- Jose, Costa Rica, Central America.
bath School, H. M. Larrabee. ((Telephone, 6114.)
Field Missionary, F. W. Steeves. Officers:
Home Missionary, N. H. Kinzer.
Director, Orley Ford.
Ordained Ministers: Secretary-Treasurer, A. G. Robinson.
N. H. Kinzer, H. M. Larrabee, C. F. Executive Committee: Orley Ford,
Montgomery, D. J. Thomann. Gonzalo Gonzalez, A. G. Robinson,
Licensed Ministers: F. W. Steeves, D. J. Thomann.
H. L. Nielsen, F. W. Steeves. Departmental Secretaries:
Licensed Missionaries: Book and Bible House, A. G. Robin-
son.
H. L. Higgins, Mrs. H. L. Higgins, Educational and Home Missionary,
Mrs. N. H. Kinzer, Mrs. H. M. Lar- Orley Ford.
rabee, H. W. Miller, Mrs. H. W. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Mrs.
Miller, Mrs. C. F. Montgomery, Orley Ford.
Mrs. H. L. Nielsen, Dorthy A. Ninaj,
Mrs. F. W. Steves, Mrs. D. J. Tho- Ordained Ministers:
mann. Orley Ford, R. J. Rankin.
Licensed Missionaries:
BRITISH HONDURAS MISSION
Manuel de J. Cojulun, Mrs. Orley
Reorganized 1937 Ford, Ganzalo Gonzalez, A. G. Robin-
Territory: The Colony of British Hon- son.
duras.
Population: 51,346; churches, 10; mem- GUATEMALA MISSION
bers, 358.
Cable Address: "Adventist," Belize, Reorganized 1927
British Honduras. Territory: Republic of Guatemala.
Postal Address: Box 123, Belize, British Population: 3,283,209 ; churches, 11 ;
Honduras. members, 780.
122
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 123

Cable Address: "Adventists," Guate- Field Missionary, Daniel Moncada.


mala City, Guatemala. Sabbath School, Mayme W. Wright.
Y. P. M. V.,
Office Address: Avenida Sur, Segunda,
No. 22, Guatemala City, Guatemala. Ordained Ministers:
Postal Address: Apartado 218, Guate- David Garcia, Peter Nygaard.
mala City, Guatemala, Central Amer-
ica. Licensed Ministers:
A. E. Lutz, Daniel Moncada.
Officers:
Director, Licensed Missionaries:
Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Marie Fan- Mrs. A. E. Lutz, Mrs. Helen Ny-
selau. gaard, Mayme W. Wright.
Executive Committee: Jose C. Agu- Honorary: David Haylock.
liar, Mrs. Marie Fanselau, L. L. Gar-
butt, Francisco M. Molina, Dionisio
Santos. NICARAGUA MISSION
Departmental Secretaries:
Organized 1928
Book and Bible House, Mrs. Marie
Fanselau. Territory: Republic of Nicaragua and
Educational and Home Missionary, Corn Island.
Population: 1,013,857 churches, 9:
Field Missionary, Dionisio Santos. members, 399.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
Cable and Radiogram Address: "Ad-
ventista," Managua, Nicaragua.
Ordained Ministers:
J. C. Aguilar, L. L. Garbutt. Office Address: 3a Avenida S. 0. No.
401, Managua, Nicaragua.
Licensed Ministers:
Postal Address: Apartado 92, Managua,
Francisco M. Molina, Gregorio Grose, Nicaragua, Central America.
Dionisio Santos.
Officers:
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. Marie Fan- Director, R. G. Jones.
selau. Secretary-Treasurer, R. G. Jones.
Church School Teachers: Executive Committee: R. G. Jones,
Marta Argueta, Jovita Espino, Sixto E. N. Revelo, Ruben Ruiz.
de Leon, Lola Morales, Eduardo Ro-
sales, Haydee Samayo, Samuel Saun- Departmental Secretaries:
ders. Book and Bible House, R. G. Jones.
Educational and Home Missionary, R.
G. Jones.
HONDURAS MISSION Field Missionary, F. W. Steeves.
Reorganized 1937 Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Mrs.
R. G. Jones.
Territory: Republic of Honduras and
Bay Islands. Ordained Ministers:
Population: 1,107,859; churches, 18; Ishmael Ellis, R. G. Jones.
members, 720. Licensed Ministers:
Cable Address: "Adventista," La Ceiba, Eduardo Revelo, Ruben Reiz.
Honduras, Central America.
Licensed Missionaries:
Office Address: Near Royal Hotel. C. F. Brooks, Mrs. R. G. Jones.
Postal Address: La Ceiba, Honduras,
Central America.
Officers: PANAMA CONFERENCE
Director, Peter Nygaard. Organized 1906
Secretary-Treasurer, Mayme Wright.
Executive Committee: Peter Nygaard, Territory: Republic of Panama, Canal
Myrl Hyde, Daniel Moncada, E. E. Zone, Talamanca Valley (Costa
Neblett, Mayme W. Wright. Rica), and the islands of Old Provi-
dence and San Andres (Colombia).
Departmental Secretaries:
Population: 556,589 ; churches, 40;
Book and Bible House, Mayme W. members, 1,941.
Wright.
Educational and Home Missionary, Cable and Wireless Address: "Advent-
Peter Nygaard. ist," Cristobal, Canal Zone,
124 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

Office Address: Masonic Temple; Elev- SALVADOR MISSION


enth and Bolivar Sts., Cristobal. Ca-
nal Zone. (Telephone No. 3-1325.) Reorganized 1927
Postal Address: Box M, Cristobal, Ca- Territory: Republic of El Salvador.
nal Zone.
Officers: Population: 1,787,930; churches, 10;
members, 549.
President, C. E. Westphal.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. L. Tucker. Cable Address: "Adventista," San Sal-
Executive Committee: C. E. West- vador, El Salvador, Central America.
phal, B. L. Archbold, A. V. Larson,
R. R. Mattisen, A. R. Ogden, C. W. Office and Postal Address: 8a Avenida
Omphroy, C. E. Townsend, A. L. Norte, No. 57, San Salvador, El Sal-
Tucker. vador, Central America.
Departmental Secretaries: Officers:
Book and Bible House, Roy Williams. Director, Eduardo A. Acosta.
Educational, Home Missionary, and Secretary-Treasurer, T. .1. Galliano.
Y. P. M. V., B. L. Archbold. Executive Committee: Eduardo A.
Field Missionary, C. E. Townsend. Acosta, T. J. Galliano, Jorge Hasbun,
Sabbath School, Mrs. C. E. Westphal. Carlos de la Roca.
Ordained Ministers: Departmental Secretaries:
0. D. Andrean, B. L. Archbald, A. Book and Bible House, Tomas J. Gal-
A. Grizzle, Samuel Farrell, R. R. liano.
Mattison, A. R. Ogden, C. E. West- Educational, Margarita V. de Acosta.
]; hal. Field Missionary, Carlos de la Roca.
Licensed Ministers: Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
Samuel F. Clarke, Eduardo Ruiloba, Y. P. M. V., Francisco Lopez. ,
C. E. Townsend, B. Villarreal.
Ordained Minister: Eduardo A. Acosta.
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. B. L. Archbold, Mrs. R. R. Mat- Licensed Minister:
tison, Mrs. C. E. Townsend, A. L. Rafael B. Sagastume.
Tucker, Mrs. A. L. Tucker, Mrs. C.
E. Westphal, Roy Williams, Mrs. Roy Licensed Missionaries:
Wiliams. Margarita de Acosta, T. J. Galliano,
Honorary: R. T. Newball. Francisco Lopez, Carlos de la Roca.

COLOMBIA-VENEZUELA UNION MISSION


Organized 1927

Territory: The Republics of Colombia, Officers:


Venezuela, and the Islands of Cura- Superintendent, W. A. Bergherm.
cao, Aruba and Bonaire. Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, A.
Population: 12,289,447; churches, 45; P. Christiansen.
members, 2,784. Executive Committee: W. A. Berg-
Cable and Wireless Address: "Advent- berm, W. E. Baxter, G. W. Chapman,
ista," Medellin, Colombia, South A. P. Christiansen, L. H. Gardiner,
America. M. E. Lowry, Vicente Moreno, L. H.
Olson, Eugenio Plata, L. L. Reile,
Office Address: Carrera 72, No. 44-57, A. R. Sherman, W. H. Wineland.
Medellin, Colombia, South America.
Departmental Secretaries:
Postal Address: Apartado 39, Medellin,
Colombia, South America. Educational, L. L. Reile.
Field Missionary, M. E. Lowry.
Air Mail Address: Correo /Ore, Apar- Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,
tado 609, Medellin, Colombia, South L. L. Reile.
America. Sabbath School, Mabel L. Head.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 125

Ordained Ministers: CURACAO MISSION


W. E. Baxter, W. A. Bergherm, L. L.
Reile. Organized 1934
Licensed Ministers: Territory: Islands of Aruba, Bonaire
A. P. Christiansen, L. E. Greenidge, and Curacao, Netherlands West In-
M. E. Lowry, W. H. Wineland. dies.
Licensed Missionaries: Population: 103,000 ; churches, 3; mem-
bers, 144.
Mrs. W. E. Baxter, Mrs. W. E. Bax-
ter. Jr., Mrs. W. A. Bergherm, Mer- Cable Address: "Adventist," Curacao,
cedes Castoro, Jorge Cervilla, Mrs. Netherlands West Indies.
A. P. Christensen, Mrs. R. E. Green- Office and Postal Address: Piscadera-
idge, Mabel L. Head, Mrs. M. E. weg 22, Mundo Nobo, Curacao, Neth-
Lowry, Juan R. Mejia, Esther Pierce, erlands West Indies.
Mrs. L. L. Reile, Mrs. W. H. Wine-
land. Officers:
Director, L. H. Gardiner.
Secretary-Treasurer, L. H. Gardiner.
Executive Committee: L. H. Gardi-
ner, Mrs. L. H. Gardiner, Fred La-
ATLANTIC COLOMBIA MISSION bega.
Organized 1926 Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, Mrs. L. H.
Territory: Departments of Atlantico, Gardiner.
Bolivar, Magdalena, and the territory Field Missionary and Home Mission-
of La Guajira, Ocaria district of ary, L. H. Gardiner.
North Santander, and that part of
Choc6 and Antioquia that lies north Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., Mrs.
L. H. Gardiner.
of 7.5 degrees.
Population: 1,774,515 ; churches, 11 ; Ordained Minister: L. H. Gardiner.
members, 733. Licensed Missionary: Mrs. L. H. Gar-
diner.
Cable Address: "Adventista," Barran-
quilla, Colombia, South America. Legal Board of "Advent Zendingsge-
nootschap," L. H. Gardiner, Mrs. L.
Office Address: Calle Magdalena Es- H. Gardiner, Fred Labega, D. Mar-
quina Carrera Cuartel, Barranquilla, tyn, Jacob Myers.
Colombia, South America.
Postal Address: Apartado 261, Barran-
quilla, Colombia, South America.
PACIFIC COLOMBIA MISSION
Officers:
Director, Eugenio Plata. Organized 1941
Secretary-Treasurer, M. A. Paden. Territory: Departments of El Valle,
Executive Committee, Eugenio Plata, Cauca, Narifio, Caldas, the comisariat
Gilberto Bustamante, Gregorio La- of Putumayo, and that part of Choce.
guna, Jose M. Martinex, M. A: and Antioquia that lies south of 7.5
Paden. degrees.
Departmental Secretaries: Population: 3,321,597; churches, 6 ;
Book and Bible House, M. A. Paden. members, 493.
Field Missionary, Gregorio Laguna. Cable Address: "Adventists," Cali, Co-
Home Missionary, Eugenio Plata. lombia, South America.
Sabbath School, Mrs. Frances de Office Address: Carrera 7a, No. 15-58,
Plata. Cali, Colombia, South America.
Y. P. M. V., Gilberto Bustamante.
Ordained Ministers: Postal Address: Apartado 313, Cali, Co-
lombia, South America.
Gilberto Bustamante, Eugenio Plata.
Officers:
Licensed Ministers:
Director, G. W. Chapman.
Gregorio Laguna, Jose Martinez. Secretary-Treasurer, Tirso Escanden.
Licensed Missionaries: Executive Committee: G. W. Chap-
M. A. Paden, Mrs. M. A. Paden, man, Tirso Escandon, Pedro R. Gon-
Mrs. Frances de Plata. zalez, Vicente Moreno, Jorge Renck:M.
126 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

Departmental Secretaries: Sabbath School, Mrs. L. H. Olson.


Book and Bible House, Tirso Escan- Y. P. M. V., C. L. Powers.
dOn. Ordained Minister: L. H. Olson.
Educational, G. W. Chapman.
Field Missionary, Pedro F. Gonzalez. Licensed Ministers:
Home Missionary, G. W. Chapman. Rafael Fleitas, Carlos J. Plata, C. L.
Sabbath School, Mrs. G. W. Chapman. Powers.
Y. P. M. V., Tirso EscOndon.
Licensed Missionaries:
Ordained Minister: G. W. Chapman L. A. Bolivar, Gabriel Castro, Mrs.
Licensed Ministers: L. H. Olson, Mrs. C. L. Powers.
Tirso Escendon, Pedro R. Gonzalez,
Vicente Moreno, Jorge Rendon, Moises
Valdez. VENEZUELA MISSION
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. G. W. Chap- Reorganized 1934
man. Territory: Republic of Venezuela.
UPPER MAGDALENA MISSION Population: 3.491,159 ; churches, 12 ;
members, 742.
Reorganized 1941 Cable Address: "Adventista," Caracas,
Territory: Departments of Cundina- Venezuela, South America.
marca, Boyaca, Tolima, Huila, San-
tander, and Santander del Norte ex- Office Address: Carcel a Pilita No. 2,
cept the Ocafia district north ; and Caracas, Venezuela, South America.
the territories of Vichada, Meta, Vau- Postal Address: Apartado 986, Caracas,
pes, Arauca, Caoueta and Amazonas. Venezuela, South America.
Population: 3.599,176 ; churches, 13 ; Officers:
members, 672.
Director, A. R. Sherman.
Cable Address: "Adventista," Bogota, Secretary-Treasurer, R. Fite.
Colombia, South America. Executive Committee: A. R. Sherman,
Office. Address: Luna Park, Bogota, Jorge Escandon, R. FitO, 0. Rodri-
Colombia, South America. guez.
Postal Address: Apartado Nacional de Departmental Secretaries:
Correos No. 436, Bogota, Colombia, Book and Bible House, R. Fite.
South America. Educational, Mrs. A. R. Sherman.
Officers: Field Missionary, Jorge Escanden.
Home Missionary, A. R. Sherman,
Director, L. H. Olson. Y. P. M. V. and Sabbath School,
Secretary-Treasurer, C. L. Powers. Mrs. A. R. Sherman.
Executive Committee: L. H. Olson, Ordained Ministers:
R. D. Fleitas, C. J. Plata, Salvador Alberto Acosta, A. R. Sherman.
Plata, C. L. Powers.
Licensed Minister: Jorge Escandon.
Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, C. L. Powers. Licensed Missionaries
Field Missionary, Rafael Fleitas. R. FitO, Mrs. R. FitO, J. A. Lamas,
Home Missionary, L. H. Olson. Mrs. A. R. Sherman.

MEXICAN UNION MISSION


Organized 1923
Territory: The Republic of Mexico. Officers :
Population: 19,473,741 ; churches, 117 ; Superintendent, H. F. House.
members, 6,919. Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, J. G.
Pettey.
Cable Address: "Adventistas," Monter- Executive Committee: H. F. House,
rey, N. L., Mexico. I. M. Angell, L. E. Breitigam, A. J.
Calderon, C. E. Moon, W. R. Mulhol-
Office and Postal Address: Vallarta Sur land, M. E. Olsen, A. G. Parfitt, J. E.
644, Monterrey, N. L., Mexico. (Tele- Perez, J. G. Pettey, Emiliano Ponce,
phone 56-57.) J. A. Salazar, V. A. Sawa.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 127

Departmental Secretaries: Licensed Missionaries:


Educational, H. F. House. Antonio Correa, Melchor Covarrubias,
Field Missionary, W. R. Mulholland. Ricardo Fernandez, Vicroeia Funes,
Home Missionary and Medical, C. E. Francisco Jimenez, Ana Maria John-
Moon. son, F. E. Paredes, Alfonso Rodri-
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., L. guez, Daniel Sanchez, Rafael Urrutia,
E. Breitigam. Sra. E. 0. de Varduzco.
Ordained Ministers:
H. F. House, C. E. Moon, A. G. GULF MISSION
Parfitt.
Organized 1924
Licensed Ministers:
Territory: The states of Coahuila,
I. M. Angell, L. E. Breitigam, A. J. Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi, Tamau-
Calderon, W. R. Mulholland, J. G. lipas, Chilhuahua, Durango, Zacate-
Pettey. cas, and Aguascalientes.
Licensed Missionaries: Population : 3,998,869 ; churches, 33 ;
Mrs. I. M. Angell, Mrs. L. E. Breiti- members, 1,254.
gam, Raymundo Garza, Mrs. H. F.
House, E. C. Jacobsen, Mrs. E. C. Office Address: Calle Hidalgo Sur 114,
Jacobsen, Mrs. C. E. Moon, Mrs. W. Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. (Tele-
R. Mulholland, Mrs. A. G. Parfitt, phone, 12-40.)
Mrs. J. G. Pettey, Jose Leor y Ruiz. Postal Address: Apartado 139, Saltillo,
Honorary: V. M. Calvo, Demetrio Coahuila, Mexico.
Gonzalez, Virginia Harnandez, A. E. Officers:
Perez, J. G. Rojas, Mrs. Juana de
Sauza, Christian Shults, Mrs. Gre- Director, Emiliano Ponce.
goria M. de Vera, Mrs. E. 0. de Secretary-Treasurer, C. L. Dinius.
Verduzco. Executive Committee: Emiliano
Ponce, C. L. Dinius, Vicente Rodri-
guez, A. E. Torres.
Departmental Secretaries:
CENTRAL MEXICAN MISSION Educational, Emiliano Ponce.
Organized 1924 Field Missionary, Roberto Monsalvo.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
Territory: The northern half of Vera- and Y. P. M. V., Vicente Rodri-
cruz and Puebla, the states of Hi- guez.
dalgo, Guerrero, Morelos, Queretaro, Ordained Ministers:
Tlaxcala, Guanajuato, Michoacan and
Mexico. Jose Castillo, C. L. Dinius, Daniel
Londeros, Emiliano Ponce, Vicente
Population: 8,688,596; churches, 19; Rodriguez, Antonio Torres.
members, 1,880.
Licensed Ministers:
Cable Address: "Adventistas," Mexico, Jose Corral, Israel Lopez, Robert
D. F. Telephone, Mex. P-09-93. Monsalvo, Francisco Reyes, Daniel
Off
ice Address: Agricultura 79, Colonia Zertuche.
Escandon, Tacubaya, D. F., Mexico. Licensed Missionaries:
Officers: Benjamin Arteaga, Mrs. C. L. Dinius,
Director, J. E. Perez. Eunice Jimenez, Rafael Jaurigui,
Secretary-Treasurer, F. E. Paredes. Julio' Margado, Elizabeth Perez.
Executive Committee: J. E. Perez,
A. J. Calderon, V. M. Calvo, Rafael
Munoz, F. E. Paredes. PACIFIC MEXICAN MISSION
Departmental Secretaries: Organized 1924
Educational, J. E. Perez. Territory: The states of Jalisco, Co-
Field Missionary, Max Trevino. lima, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Sonora, and
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, Lower California.
and Y. P. M. V., Rafael Munoz.
Ordained Ministers: Population: 2,673,649; churches, 10
members, 472.
Rafael Arroyo, Jose Carpintero,
Abraham Paez, J. E. Perez. Office Address: Avenida Libertad 747.
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. (Tele-
Licensed Minister: Estaban G. Leon. phone, 38-11.)
128 INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION

Postal Address: Apartado 606, Guadala- Licensed Minister: Xavier Ponce.


jara, Jalisco, Mexico.
Licensed Missionaries:
Officers:
Hilario Amaro, Josue Fernandez,
Director, V. A. Sauza. Mrs. Max Fuss, Buenaventura Gudiel,
Secretary-Treasurer, Ignacio Ponce. Eustano Hernandez, Ildelisa Lara,
Executive Committee: V. A. Sauza, Rosendo Miramon, Jose Oliveros, Con-
Ignacio Ponce, Jose Quintero. suelo Rivera, Mrs. H. A. B. Robinson,
()fella Romero, Lydia Salazar.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational, Home Missionary, ,and
Y. P. M. V., V. A. Sauza.
Field Missionary, Jose Quintero.
Sabbath School, Ignacio Ponce. YUCATAN MISSION

Ordained Ministers: Organized 1943


V. A. Sauza, F. B. Zaynos. Territory: The states of Yucatan, Cam-
peche, Tabasco, and the territory of
Licensed Ministers: Quintana Roo.
Alfonso Castillo, Francisco Cortez,
C. R. Valenzuela. Population: 809,921 ; churches, 12 ; mem-
bers, 1,030.
Licensed Missionaries:
Office Address: Calle 72 No. 406-A
Olga Flores, Horatio Hernandez, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.
Erasto Jimenez, A. E. Perez, Ignacio
Ponce, Jose Quintero. Postal Address: Apartado 453, Merida,
Yucatan, Mexico.
Officers:
Director, Monrad E. Olsen.
TEHUANTEPEC MISSION Secretary-Treasurer, Miguel Lara
Organized 1924 Flores.

Territory: The states of Chiapas, Executive Committee: Monrad E. Ol-


Oaxaca and southern halves of Pu- sen, Miguel Lara Flores, Paciente
ebla and Vera Cruz. Trinidad.

Population: 3,302,706 ; churches, 43 ; Department Secretaries:


members, 2,283. Educational, Monrad E. Olsen,
Fiell Missionary,
Cable Address: "Adventista," Puebla, Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
Pue., Mexico. and Y. P. M. V.,
Office Address: Calle 9 Poniente 1702, Ordained Ministers:
Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. (Telephone,
Mexicana 31-64.) Monrad E. Olsen, Paciente Trinidad.

Postal Address: Apartado 107, Puebla, Licensed Missionaries:


Puebla, Mexico. Miguel Lara Flores, Pedro Garfias,
Jose M. Mena, Carlos Nunez.
Officers:
Director, J. A. Salazar.
Secretary-Treasurer, H. A. B. Robin-
son. INSTITUTIONS IN THE INTER-
Office Secretary, Max Fuss.
AMERICAN DIVISION
Executive Committee: J. A.' Salazar,
Jose Castrejon, Gilberto Corona, Max Educational:
Fuss, H. A. B. Robinson.
Academia Adventista Hispanoameri-
Departmental Secretaries: cans, Apartado 1320, San Jose,
Educational, J. A. Salazar. Costa Rica, Central America.
Field Missionary, Gilberto Corona.. Caribbean Training College, Box 175,
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B. W. I.
and Y. P. M. V., Jose Castrejon. Colegio Adventista de las Antilles,
Ordained Ministers: Apartado 329, Santa Clara, Cuba.
Colege Vertieres, Casier A-115, Port-
Ladislao Arriaga, Jose Castrejon, au-Prince, Haiti.
Max Fuss, Aurelio Jimenez, De la Colombia-Venezuela Union Training
Paz Maths., Cutberto Moctezuma, H. School, Apartado 224, Medellin, Co-
A. B. Robinson, J. A. Salazar. lombia, South America.
INTER-AMERICAN DIVISION 129

Escuela. Agricola Industrial Mexi- Clinics Adventista de Monterrey,


cans, Apartado 16, Montemorelos, Vallarta Sur 644, Monterrey, N. L.,
N. L., Mexico. Mexico.
West Indian Training College, Post Clinics Adventists de Saltillo, Calle
Office Box 22, Mandeville, Jamaica, Hidalgo Sur 114, Saltillo, Coahuila,
B. W. I. Mexico.
Publishing:
Dispensary No. 1 de Chiapas, Morelos
Agenda de Publicaciones, "Mexico 57, Huimanguillo, Tabasco, Mexico.
Central," Calle Prosperidad 89,
Tacubaya, D. F., Mexico. Benito Juarez Dispensary, Calle 9
Pacific Press Publishing Association, Poniente, Puebla, Pue., Mexico.
Inter-American Branch, Box 5007,
Cristobal, Canal Zone. Libertad Dispensary, Lista de Correos,
Comalcalco, Tabasco, Mexico.
Dispensaries: ,
Agua Escondida Dispensary, Villa Vera Cruz Dispensary, Diaz Aragon
Allende, Chiapas, Mexico. 51, Vera Cruz, Ver., Mexico.

For the newly organized

BRITISH WEST INDIES UNION MISSION


See pages 395 and 396

5
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION
Organized 1928

Territory: British Isles, Denmark, Nor- ignated by the General Conference as


way, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Lat- its special representatives in the sev-
via, Lithuania, Iceland, Greenland, eral sections of the Northern European
Faroes ; comprising the Baltic, Brit- territory as follows: For the Scandi-
ish, East Nordic and West Nordic navian or Nordic section, G. A. Lind-
Union Conferences. say ; for the British Isles, H. W. Lowe.
Population: 71,823,299 ; churches, 417 ;
members, 24,412. General Conference Transportation
Agent: C. H. Anscombe, 41 Hazel
Because of war conditions in the field Gardens, Edgware, Middlesex, Eng-
which make it impossible for the North- land ; Telephone : Edgware 7758 ;
ern European Division to function in Cable Address, "Adventist, London."
the usual manner, the Division interests Telegrams, "Adventist, Phone, Lon-
are being administered temporarily by don."
the General Conference Committee from
its headquarters in Washington, D. C., Legal Association: "World Wide Advent
U. S. A. Key workers have been des- Missions, Limited."

BALTIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1923

Territory: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithu- Honorary: A. Klement.


ania.
Licensed Ministers:
Population: 5,635,942; churches, 81 ;
members, 5,108. A. Kallaste, E. Kanna, V. Karmas,
J. Vilba.
Office Address: Merepuiestee 14a, Tal-
linn, Estonia. Licensed Missionaries:
A. Kaldma, E. Laimets, J. Ney, H.
Pilt, Mrs. N. Seestrand, Miss L. Tali,
ESTONIAN CONFERENCE V. Viirsalu.
Organized 1912
Territory: Estonia. LATVIAN CONFERENCE
Population: 1,126,413 ; churches, 39 ; Organized 1920
members, 2,029.
Territory: Latvia.
Office Address: Merepuiestee 14a, Tal-
linn, Estonia. Population: 2,010,000 ; churches, 28 ;
members, 2,885.
Officers:
President, R. Vinglas. Cable Address: "Advent," Riga.
Secretary, E. Magi. Office Address: Brivibas iela 11, Riga,
Treasurer, A. Kallaste. Latvia.
Executive Committee: E. Magi, A. Officers:
Aug, E. Kell, A. Paaksi. J. Vaga.
President, E. Klotins.
Departmental Secretaries: Secretary-Treasurer, A. Jurkevics.
Educational, R. Vinglas. Executive Committee: E. Klotins, A.
Field Missionary, V. Viirsalu. Colders, A. Jurkevics, J. Oltins, R.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Vilsons.
Y. P. M. V., E. Magi.
Religious Liberty, E. Magi. Departmental Secretaries:
Ordained Ministers: Field Missionary, V. Arius.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
A. Aug, M. Barengrub, J. Daniel, E. Welfare Missionary, A. Colders.
Magi, L. Nikkar, R. Vinglas. Y. P. M. V., E. Klotins.
130
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 131

Ordained Ministers: Office Address: Vakieciu g-ve 67,


Kaunas, Lithuania.
0. Balodis, J. Birzins, J. Colderis,
A. Colders, J. Drikis, A. Eglitis, K. Officers:
Fogelis, E. Grinbergs, A. Jurkevics,
E. Klotins, E. Krievs, P. Macanovs, Director, A. Birzgal.
J. Oltins, D. Platonovs, P. M. Pur- Secretary-Treasurer, K. Strazdauskas.
malis, K. Sutta. Executive Committee: A. Birzgal, P.
Licensed Ministers: Kaltanas, J. Simonaitis, K. Straz-
dauskas.
R. Auzins, A. Lejnieks, A. Mednis.
Departmental Secretaries:
Licensed Missionaries:
L. Colders, A. Dambis, J. Lapa, V. Field Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,
Spruds, M. Stumbergs, A. Vilerts, K. Strazdauskas.
V. Vilmanis. Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
A. Birzgal.
Ordained Minister: A. Birzgal.
LITHUANIAN MISSION FIELD
Organized 1920 Licensed Minister: V. Krause.
Territory: Lithuania. Licensed Missionaries:
Population: 2,499,529 ; churches, 14 ; P. Bluzmanas, A. Rusteika, K. Straz-
members, 194. dauskas.

BRITISH UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1920
Territory: England, Wales, Scotland, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Northern Ireland, Irish Free State J. Harker.
and adjacent Isles. Y. P. M. V., J. M. Howard.
Population: 49,196,724; churches, 96; Ordained Ministers:
members, 6,105. G. W. Baird, W. T. Bartlett, W. L.
Cable Address: "Advent," Watford, Emmerson, J. Harker, J. M. Howard,
Herts, England. H. W. Lowe, W. G. C. Murdoch.
Honorary: T. H. Cooper, H. F. De-
Office: Stanborough Park, Watford, 'Ath, E. G. Essery, S. Joyce. W. H.
Herts, England. (Telephone, Garston Meredith, E. B. Phillips, P. C. Poley,
2251-2.) A. S. Rodd, A. Watson, J. B. West,
Officers: R. Whiteside, A. H. Williams.
President, H. W. Lowe. Licensed Ministers:
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, A. A. Carey, J. C. Craven, E. H. Foster,
Carey. C. F. W. Futcher, N. H. Knight, A.
Field Secretary, W. T. Bartlett. J. Raitt, P. Schuil.
Licensed Missionaries:
Executive Committee: H. W. Lowe, W. G. Baldry, Miss E. Howard, T.
W. T. Bartlett, A. Carey, E. E. Cra- Murdoch, J. Rigby, A. H. Thompson,
ven, W. L. Emmerson, J. Harker, J. A. Warren.
M. Howard, R. S. Joyce, S. G. Hyde,
G. D. King, J. A. McMillan, W. G. Legal Assn.: British Advent Missions,
C. Murdoch, J. Rigby, A. H. Thomp- Limited ; chairman, H. W. Lowe ; sec-
son, A. Warren. retary, A. Carey.
General Conference Transportation
Agent: C. H. Anscombe, 41 Hazel
Gardens, Edgware, Middlesex; Tele- IRISH MISSION
phone, Edgware 7758: Cable Address,
"Adventist, London" ; Telegrams, Organized 1902
"Adventist, Phone, London." Territory: Northern Ireland and Irish
Departmental Secretaries: Free State.
Educational, W. G. C. Murdoch. Population: 4,258,854 ; churches, 8 ;
Field Missionary, J. M. Howard. members, 204.
132 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Office: Stanborough Park, Watford, nox, H. W. McCrow, W. R. A. Madg-


Herts., England. wick, W. Maudsley, H. K. Munson, L.
Murdoch, B. E. Sparrow.
Officers:
Licensed Ministers:
Director, E. E. Craven, S. D. A.
Church, Florenceville Ave., Ormeau B. Belton, D. Buckle, D. J. Clarke,
Road, Belfast, Ireland. D. Conroy, V. Cooper, F. Edwards, K.
Secretary-Treasurer, W. G. Baldry, Elias, J. C. French, K. Lacey, M.
Stanborough Park, Watford, Herts., Musgrave, S. H. Parkin, P. Stear-
England. man, R. D. Vine.
Advisory Committee: E. E. Craven, Licensed Missionaries:
J. Houston, A. Johnston, A. C. Vine, Miss E. Adair, Miss E. A. Buck, Miss
E. Zins. K. Chase, Miss A. F. Clarke, Miss B.
Cleary, Miss J. M. Cowan, Miss L. C.
Departmental Secretaries: Elias, Miss H. M. Ford, Miss L. Gard-
Field Missionary, J. M. Howard. ner, Miss G. H. Goodier, Miss J.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Handysides, Miss I. Himsworth, Miss
J. Harker. E. Mahon, Miss L. Mason, Miss J.
Y. P. M. V., J. M. Howard. Mitchell, Miss R. Richardson, Miss
E. Stendall, Miss E. Taylor.
Ordained Ministers:
E. E. Craven, A. C. Vine, E. Zins.
Licensed Ministers: SCOTTISH MISSION
E. Bell, A. H. Cowley, R. W. Dough- Organized 1902
erty.
Territory: Scotland, including The Heb-
Licensed Missionaries: Miss M. Kirby, rides, Orkneys, and Shetlands.
Miss M. 0. Howlett.
Population: 4,842,980; churches, 5 ;
members, 298.
Office: 15 Rowallen Gardens, Broomhill,
NORTH ENGLAND CONFERENCE Glasgow 1, Scotland.
Organized 1904 ; Reorganized 1928 Officers:
Director, J. A. McMillan.
Territory: The counties of Lancashire, Secretary-Treasurer, W. G. Baldry.
Yorkshire, Durham, Cheshire, Isle
of Man, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Advisory COmmittee: J. A. McMillan,
Northumberland, Derbyshire, Notting- L. G. Hardinge, H. T. Johnson, R.
hamshire, Lincolnshire, Staffordshire, Kennedy, D. Thompson.
Northamptonshire, Rutland, Leices- Departhental Secretaries:
tershire, Worcestershire, Warwick-
shire. Field Missionary, J. M. Howard.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Population: 19,015,553; churches, 32; J. Harker.
members, 1,966. Y. P. M. V., J. M. Howard.
Office: 22 Zulla Road, Mapperley Park, Ordained Ministers:
Nottingham, England. (Telephone, L. G. Hardinge, J. A. McMillan, D.
Nottingham 66312.) Morrison.
Officers: Licensed Ministers:
President, R. S. Joyce. H. T. Johnson, A. Watson.
Secretary-Treasurer, F. D. Buckle.
Executive Committee: R. S. Joyce, G. Licensed Missionaries:
Baird, B. Belton, F. D. Buckle, C. L. Miss J. Archibald, Miss R. Gowlett,
Kelly, W. M. Lennox, W. R. A. Miss B. Hanna.
Madgwick, E. Merchant, H. Rhodes.
Departmental Secretaries:
SOUTH ENGLAND CONFERENCE
Field Missionary, B. Belton.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Organized 1902; Reorganized 1928
Y. P. M. V., B. E. Sparrow.
Territory: The Counties of Cornwall,
Ordained Ministers: Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Gloucester,
J. E. Bell, A. F. Bird, W. J. Cannon, Wilts, Oxford, Berks., Bucks., Hants.,
D. J. Handysides, R. S. Joyce, S. G. Surrey, Sussex, Kent, London, Middle-
Joyce, B. F. Kinman, W. M. Len- sex, Hertford, Bedford, Huntingdon,
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 133

Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Powell, Miss N. L. Thompson, Miss


Isle of Wight, and the Channel Is- V. Warren.
lands. Honorary: Mrs. M. E. Brooks, Mrs.
Population: 18,130,406 ; churches, 48 ; D. Casey.
members, 3,184. Church School Teachers:
Office: 780 St. Albans Road, Watford, Miss P. Cooling, Miss B. Cross, Miss
Herts., England. (Phone, Garston M. Dorland, Miss V. M. Lauderdale,
(Watford) 2213-4.) Miss M. Turner, Miss A. E. West,
E. E. White, Miss W. Willis, A. J.
Officers: Woodfield.
President, G. D. King.
Secretary-Treasurer, J. H. Parkin.
Executive Committee: G. D. King, WELSH MISSION
W. W. Armstrong, H. Benwell, G. V.
Hall, W. H. Meredith, A. J. Mustard, Organized 1902
J. H. Parkin, E. R. Warland, A. H. Territory: Principality of Wales, Coun-
Williams. ties of Monmouthshire, Shropshire,
Departmental Secretaries: and Herefordshire.
Educational, Home Missionary, Sab- Population: 2,948,931 ; churches, 8 ;
bath School, and Y. P. M. V., E. R. members, 453.
Warland. Office: Stanborough Park, Watford,
Field Missionary, A. W. Cook. . .Herts., England.
Ordained Ministers: Officers:
A. K. Armstrong, W. W. Armstrong, Director, S. G. Hyde, "Ventnor,"
F. C. Bailey, J. H. Bayliss, G. R. Bell, Tyglass Road, Llanishen, Cardiff,
R. T. Bolton, C. R. Bonney, S. Bull, Glam.
0. M. Dorland, G. D. King, L. E. A.
Lane, A. J. Mustard, W. J. Nicholson, Secretary-Treasurer, W. G. Baldry,
F. A. Spearing, L. D. Vince, E. R. Stanborough Park, Watford, Herts.,
Warland, F. J. Wilmshurst. England.
Licensed Ministers: Advisory Committee: S. G. Hyde,
F. S. Jackson, R. Jacques, F. E.
E. Ashton, R. H. Bainbridge, A. W. Powell.
Cook, E. Cox, P. Cumings, D. J. Dun-
nett, E. E. Hulbert, J. D. Maffey, I. Departmental Secretaries:
McGougan, H. Musgrave, J. H. Par- Field Missionary, J. M. Howard.
kin, 0. H. Rosier, G. Roper, L. Shaw, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
R. H. Smith, A. G. Tapping, R. A. J. Harker.
Vince, H. W. Walklett, J. P. West, Y. P. M. V., J. M. Howard.
E. E. White, A. J. Woodfield.
Ordained Ministers:
Licensed Missionaries: S. G. Hyde, F. S. Jackson.
Miss G. M. Brookes, Miss M. Clements,
Miss M. Dando, Miss 0. C. Davies, Licensed Ministers:
Miss E. Donaldson, Miss R. Dorland, E. A. Butters, H. Humphries, J. R.
Miss K. Emm, Miss D. Fradrick, Miss Lewis, C. D. Watson.
E. Guntrip, Miss G. V. Hardiman,
Miss J. M. Hyde, Miss A. Stewart- Licensed Missionaries:
Jocks, Miss M. John, Miss N. Le- Miss W. Buckle, Miss A. Hartland,
Vierge, Miss K. Mahon, Miss E. M. Miss P. Stranden.

EAST NORDIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1931

Territory: Sweden and Finland. Office Address: Tunnelgatan 25, Stock-


holm, Sweden.
Population: 10,258,900; churches, 95; Officers:
members, 6,026.
President, G. A. Lindsay.
Cable Address: Advent, Stockholm, Sec.-Treas., and Auditor, A. Karlman.
Sweden. Executive Committee: G. A. Lindsay,
134 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Alfr. Anderson, A. Blomstedt, C. FINLAND SWEDISH CONFERENCE


Gidlund, S. Jonasson, A. Karlman,
E. H. Larsson, John Larsson, Y. Organized 1929
Miettinen, A. Rintala, Vilh. Sucks- Territory: Finland.
dorff, D. Carlsson.
Population: 304,262 ; churches, 13 ;
Departmental Secretaries: members, 439.
Educational, Office: Annegatan 7, Helsingfors, Fin-
Medical, V. Sucksdorff. land.
Publishing and Home Missionary, S.
Jonasson. Officers:
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., President, John Larsson.
David Carlsson. Secretary-Treasurer, Helge Nyholm,
Ordained Ministers: Executive Committee: John Larsson,
0. Angervo, D. Carlson, G. A. Lind- G. Forsblom, H. Karstriim, B. Lilje-
say, C. Gidlung. Sigward Jonasson. berg, Helge Nyholm, V. Sueksdorff,
Anselm Syring.
Honorary: C. 0. Carlstjarna, K. A:
Fernstrom, G. Hermanson, J. Wal- Departmental Secretaries:
lenkampf.. Field Missionary, I. Heikkinen.
Licensed Missionaries: Home Missionary, G. Forsblom.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
A. Karlman, V. Sucksdorff. Martha Arnolds.
Ordained Ministers:
G. Forsblom, John Larsson.
FINLAND CONFERENCE
Licensed Missionaries:
Organized 1929
Martha Arnolds, Laina Ehrnstedt,
Territory: Finland. Edge Nyholm, Elsa Olausen, Harry
Population: 3,584,100 ; churches, 26 ; Olsson, Lydia Sandholm.
members, 2,411.
Office: Annank. 7, Helsingfors, Finland. NORTH SWEDISH CONFERENCE
Officers: Organized 1929
President, A. Rintala. Territory: Northern part of Sweden.
Secretary-Treasurer, T. Heinonen.
Executive Committee: A. Rintala, A. Population: 3,244,653 ; churches, 30 ;
Arasola, T. Heinonen, 0. Jaakkola, members, 1,685.
Y. Miettinen, E. Rosengren, E. Cable Address: Advent, Stockholm.
Saario.
Office: Tunnelgatan 25, Stockholm,
Departmental Secretaries: Sweden.
Field Missionary, I. Heikkinen.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Officers:
Y. P. M. V., 0. Peltonen. President, Alfr. Anderson.
Secretary-Treasurer, Lisa Soderberg.
Ordained Ministers:
Executive Committee: Alfr. Ander-
A. Arasola, V. Kohtanen, K. V. son, Carl S. Anderson, J. 0. Eriksson,
Osola, A. Rintala, 0. Peltonen, T. C. Gidlund, W. Johanson, R. Svens-
Seljavaara. - son, K. Utterback.
Licensed Ministers:
Departmental Secretaries:
V. Heikkila, E. Luukko, V. Parhan-
kangas,- E. Peltonen, E. Sivonen. Field Missionary, Eric Roslind.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Licensed Missionaries: P. HOrnefidt.
I. Heikkinen, T. Heinonen, Ester Y. P. M. V., D. Carlsson.
Helisten, Viivi Gangasvuori, Liinna Ordained Ministers:
Lehti, Elsa Luukkainen, Veera
Luukko, 0. Maatanen, Y. Miettinen, Alf. Anderson, Eric Hansson, W. Ru-
Saimi Moberg, J. Pekkanen, Siiri Sa- noff, 0. Spanghagen, R. Svensson,
volainen, Helmi Sihvola, Aini Sysi- K. UlfstrOrn, K. Utterback, Nils
metsa, Lydia Turunen, Irja Varvi. Zerne.
-Legal Assn. (for Finland and Finland Licensed Missionaries:
Swedish Conferences) "Filantropinen Olga Forsberg, Elsa Hagberg, P.
Yhdistys Aikain Vartija r. y." Presi- Hornfeldt, Stina Sandholm, Vera
dent, A. Rintala. Sandstrom, Lisa Soderberg, Paul
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 135

Sundquist, Anna Sundquist, Louis Officers:


Martin. President, A. Blomstedt.
Secretary-Treasurer, 0. Grundberg.
Legal Assn. (for North and South
Swedish Conferences) : "Sallskapet Executive Committee: A. Blomstedt,
Sanningens Harold." President, C. E. Erenius, 0. Grundberg, E. Karls-
Gidlund ; Vice-President, I. Unhall ; son, S. Lundstrom, S. Magnusson, 0.
Secretary, J. P. Lindberg; Treasurer, Pettersson.
E. H. Larson. Executive Committee:
Alf. Anderson, Axel Bengtsson, A. Departmental Secretaries:
Blomstedt, S. Magnusson, G. W. Field Missionary, Eric Roslind.
Ericsson, A. Axelsson, W. Johanson, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Advisory: G. A. Lindsay; Auditors, G. Norheim.
A. Karlman, 0. Grundberg. Y. P. M. V., David Carlsson.
Ordained Ministers:
Gosta Berglund, A. Blomstedt, D.
Carlsson, E. Erenius, S. Lundstrom,
SOUTH SWEDISH CONFERENCE Ernst Mattsson, Eric Swenzon.
Organized 1929 Licensed Ministers:
Ch. Lindberg, Helge Lindberg, G.
Territory: Southern part of Sweden. Norheim, H. Rosenberg, E. Sonestam,
011e Svensson.
Population: 3,125,885 ; churches, 26 ;
members, 1,491. Licensed Missionaries:
Cable Address: Advent, Goteborg. Elisabeth Carlsson, Alfhild Erenius,
Gunnel Flodin, Bertil Fried, 0. Grund-
Office Address: Vasagatan 12, Gote- berg, Alice Lind, Dora Mattsson, El-
borg, Sweden. len Svenson.

WEST NORDIC UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1931

(The former Scandinavian Union Con- Religious Liberty, P. G. Nelson.


ference, organized in 1901, was in 1931 Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V.,
divided into an East Nordic and a West Alf. Lohne.
Nordic Union.)
Ordained Ministers:
Territory: Denmark, Norway, Iceland, K. Abrahamsen, E. Bjaanaes, 0. S.
Faroe Islands, and Greenland (un- Lie, P. G. Nelson, P. J. Olsen.
entered).
Honorary: Erik Arnesen.
Population: 6,731,733; churches, 145;
members, 7,173. Licensed Ministers:
P. A. Christiansen, R. F. Jensen, M.
Office Address: Baekesanatoriet, Skods- Larsen, Alf. Lohne, 0. S. Sorensen,
borg, Denmark. \\:1/4
Officers: Licensed Missionaries:
President, P. G. Nelzion. Ruth Andersen, Georg Bagger, A. C.
Sec.-Treas., A. C. Cl;-;'stensen. Christensen, Ester Hange Inger K.
Lund, P. Myhre, K. Naerland, Gu-
Executive Committee :\ G. Nelson, drun Nielsen, C. M. Scott.
A. Andersen, E. Bjaa,f,aes. A. C.
C1=::tz:-...=,,-1.--A:i.sinristiansen, R. F.
Jensen, M. Larsen, Alf. Lohne, M.
Muderspach, 0. J. Olsen, P. J. Olsen, The Nordic Philanthropic Society
Paul Olsen, T. Opsahl, L. Moe-
Larsen, C. M. Scott, L. Tobiassen, Organized 1897
T. Tobiassen, A. Varmer.
Address: Skodsborg Badesanatoriet,
Departmental Secretaries: Skodsborg, Denmark.
Educational,
Home Missionary, E. Bjaanaes. Legal Name: Nordisk filantropisk Sels-
Medical, A. Andersen, C. M. Scott. kab.
136 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Officers Address: Box 262, Reykjavik, Iceland.


President, Axel Varmer. Cable Address: Adventkirkjan, Reyk-
Secretary, L. Muderspach. javik.
Treasurer, Chr. Hansen.
Trustees: Officers:
Axel Varmer, A. Andersen, Chr. President, 0. J. Olsen.
Bunken, C. C. Hansen, Chr. Hansen, Secretary, S. Heidar.
E. Hansen, H. Johansen, H. Muder- Cashier, M. Helgason.
spach, L. Muderspach, P. G. Nelson, Executive Committee: 0. J. Olsen,
T. H. V. Schou, H. Westerlund. S. Hallgrimsson, S. Heidar, M. Helga-
son, J. Gudmundsson.
Departmental Secretaries:
EAST DENMARK CONFERENCE Field Missionary, M. Z. Thorvaldsson.
Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,
Organized 1880; Reorganized 1981 J. Gudmundsson.
Territory: East Denmark. Ordained Minister: 0. J. Olsen.
Population: 1,648,823 ; churches, 29 ;
members, 1,656. Licensed Ministers:
Cable Address: Expedit, Copenhagen. J. G. Jonsson, Guom. Palsson, N. J.
Vider6.
Office Address: Suomisvej 6, Copen-
hagen, Denmark. Licensed Missionaries:
Officers: S. Hallgrimsson, M. Helgason, J.
Gudmundsson.
President, Axel Varmer.
Secretary-Traesurer, H. L. Henriksen.
Auditor, A. C. Christensen.
Executive Committee: Axel Varmer,
Johs. Cristiansen, Teilman, Christian- NORTH NORWAY CONFERENCE
sen, H. L. Henriksen, J. I. Henrik-
sen: Job. Jensen, H. Westerlund. Organized 1929
Departmental Secretaries: Territory: North Norway.
Field Missionary, 0. S. Sorensen. Population: 793,422; churches, 28
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, members, 973.
and Y. P. M. V., Johs. Jensen.
Office Address: Kjopmannsgt. 28, Trond-
Ordained Ministers: heim, Norwdy.
J. P. U. Jensen, Johs. Jensen, L. J.
Kirkelokke, L. Muderspach, Axel Officers:
Varmer. President, L. Saeboe-Larsen.
Licensed Ministers: Sec.-Treas., Borghild Fulsebakke.
Auditor, A. C. Christensen.
Paul Knudsen, E. V. Nielsen, V.
Olsen. Executive Committee: L. Saeboe-Lar-
sen, A. Aalmo, Haakon Flak, 0.
Licensed Missionaries: Frenning, Paul Frivold, S. H. Mykle-
Olive Brum, Irene Capion, Victor bust, R. Wiiklund.
Christensen, Wilkens Svarre, Helga
Mayer, Anders Nielsen, Othilia Niel- Departmental Secretaries:
sen, I. Wikkelso. Field Missionary, Home Missionary,
Church School Teachers: Sabbath School, and Y. P. M. V.,
0. Frenning.
Meete Ditlefsen, Erna Flindt, Karl
Frederiksen. Ordained Ministers:
0. Frenning, J. A. Tillgren, L. Sae-
boe-Larsen.
ICELAND-FAROES CONFERENCE
Licensed Ministers:
Entered 1897; Organized 1930
Paul Frivold, J. Reichelt, L. K. To-
Territory: Iceland and the Faroe Is- biassen.
lands.
Population: 141,614; churches, 8 ; mem- Licensed Missionary:
bers? 449, Borghild Fulsebakke.
NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION 137

SOUTH NORWAY CONFERENCE Executive Committee: H. Muderspach,


H. A. Hansen, T. Kristensen, B. Ol-
(Formerly a part of the Norway Con- sen, E. Ostedgaard, E. Rasmussen,
ference, organized in 1887; divided and G. Westman.
reorganized in 1929.)
Departmental Secretaries:
Territory: South Norway. Field Missionary, 0. S. Sorensen.
Population: 2,093,348 ; churches, 43 ; Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and
members, 2,530. Y. P. M. V., Frede Nielsen.
Cable Address: "Sunnhetsbladet," Oslo, Ordained Ministers:
Norway. A. Guldhammer, I. W. Christiansen,
Office Address: Akersgaten 74, Oslo, Kristensen, H. Muderspach, Frede
Norway. (Telephone, 22862.) Nielsen, G. E. Westman.
Licensed Minister: Mogens Bakke.
Officers:
President, T. Tobiassen. Licensed Missionaries:
Sec.-Treas., R. Abrahamsen.
Auditors, A. C. Christensen, P. Pet- Else Christensen, David Guldhammer,
tersen. Dorothea Praestiin, Noomi Rasmus-
sen.
Executive Committee: T. Tobiassen,
0. Haugvik, S. K. Johansen, Thv. Church School Teachers:
Paulsen, 0. Schibstad, L. J. Stene, Alice Christensen, Elinor Christian-
E. Stinessen. sen, Ewald Guldhammer, Ellen Niel-
sen, Marie Schmidt, Anna Simonsen.
Departmental Secretaries:
Field Missionary, Paul Olsen.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School,
and Y. P. M. V., E. Stinessen.
INSTITUTIONS IN THE NORTHERN
Ordained Ministers: EUROPEAN DIVISION
0. Jordahl, Paul Olsen, R. J. Skyll- Educational:
stad, L. J. Stene, T. Tobiassen, E.
Stinesses, Chr. Tobiassen, 0. Udbjorg, Baltic Union School, Brivibas iela 11,
T. S. Valen. Riga, Latvia.
Danish Mission School (Vejlefjord
Licensed Minister: A. A. Andreassen. Hojskole), Daugaard St.,Denmark.
Licensed Missionaries: Estonian Training Schoo, Tallinn,
Estonia.
R. Abrahamsen, Ruth Andersen, Finland S. D. A. Mission School,
Borgh. Fulsebakke, Mina Jacobsen, Hiirla, Piikkii3, Finland.
Magnus Larsen, Ingeb. Londal, P. M. Newbold Missionary College, Pack-
Myhre, 0. K. Naerland, Elise Nagle. wood Haugh, Packwood, near Hock-
stad, Helga Pedersen, 0. Wiik. ley Heath, Warwickshire, England.
Church School Teachers: Norway, S. D. A. Mission School,
Algarheim, Norway.
Lina Mordahl, Charles Wang. Swedish Missionary School, Ekeby-
holm, Rimbo, Sweden.
Publishing:
-,,
British Publishing House, Stanbor-
----- .WEST
\WEST DENMARK CONFERENCE ough Press Ltd., Stanborough Park,
Watford, Herts., England.
1880; Reorganized 1931 Copenhagen Publishing House, Suo-
misvej 6, Copenhagen, V., Denmark.
Territory: West Denmark (Jylland and Estonian Publishing House, Mere-
,,,,,4 Fyn). puiestee 14a, Tallinn, Estonia.
Population: 2,054,526 ; churches, 37 ; Finland Publishing House, Annegatan
members, 1,565. 7, Helsingfors, Finland.
1/Office Address: Norre Alle 30, Aarhus,
Iceland S. D. A. Publishing House,
Box 262, Reykjavik, Iceland.
Denmark. Latvian Publishing House,' Brivibas
iela 11, Riga, Latvia.
Officers: Norwegian Publishing House, Akers-
President, H. Muderspach. gaten 74, Oslo, Norway.
Secretary-Treasurer, Alf. Berg. Stockholm Publishing House, Tunnel-
Auditor, A. C. Christensen. gatan 25, Stockholm, Sweden,
138 NORTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION

Depositories: Legal Associations:


Lithuanian Depository, Vokieciu g-ve World Wide Advent Missions, Ltd.,
57, Kaunas, Lithuania. 41 Hazel Gardens, Edgware, Eng-
Sanitariums: land.
Good Health Association, Stanbor- Baltic Union
ough Park, Watford Herts., Eng- Estonian Building Department, Mere-
land. puiestee 14a, Tallinn, Estonia.
Hultafors Sanitarium, Hultafors, Riga Mission Property, Brivibas iela
Sweden. 11, Riga, Latvia.
Skodsborg Sanitarium, Skodsborg,
Denmark.
Stanborough Park Sanitarium, Stan- British Union
borough Park, Watford, Herts., British Advent Missions, Ltd., Wat-
England. (Temporarily taken over ford, Herts., England.
by government.) Granose Foods, Ltd., Stanborough
Park, Watford, Herts., England.
Summer Sanitariums: Good Health Assn., Ltd., Stanborough
Ekebyholm Summer Sanitarium, Park, Watford, Herts., England.
Rimbo, Sweden. Stanborough Press, Ltd., Stanborough
Toivonlinna Summer Sanitarium, Park, Watford, Herts., England.
Piikkio, Finland.
East Nordic Union
Treatment Rooms: Finland Mission Property, Annegaten
Copenhagen Clinic, Fysisk Kuran- 7, Helsingfors, Finland.
stalt, St. Kongensgade 36-38, Cop- Sanningens Harold Assn., Tunnel-
enhagen, K., Denmark. gatan 25, Stockholm, Sweden.
Helsingfors Hydro-Electric Institute, Stockholm Mission Property, Tunnel-
Annegatan 7, Helsingfors, Finland. gatan 25, Stockholm, Sweden.
Nyhyttan Sanitarium, Nyhyttan,
Jarnboas. Sweden. West Nordic Union
Oslo Health Home, Akersgaten 74,
Oslo, Norway. Aarhus Church Property, Narreallee
Stockholm Hydro-Electric Institute, 30, Denmark.
Humlegardsgatan 18, Stockholm, Bergen Church Property, Sigurds-
Sweden. gaten 25, Bergen, Norway.
"Ebenezer," Suomisvej 5, Copenhagen,
Food Companies: V., Denmark.
Nordic Philanthropic Society, Skods-
Copenhagen Food Factory, Baldersgade borg, Denmark.
14, Copenhagen, L., Denmark. Oslo S. D. A. Assn., Akersgaten 74,
Granose Foods, Lt. (British Health Oslo, Norway.
Food Factory), Stanborough Park, Oslo Church Property, Akersgaten 74,
Watford, Hefts., England. Oslo, Norway.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION
Organized 1916
Territory: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Publishing Department:
Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, and Secretary, J. C. Culpepper.
Ecuador, with the islands in the Pa-
cific and Atlantic Oceans adjacent Members: E. Doehnert, M. I. Fay-
thereto, comprising the Austral and ard, J. B. Johnson, F. B. Moore,
South Brazil Union Conferences, and Manoel Soares, Luiz Waldvogel, Sam-
the Inca, East Brazil, and North uel Weiss, Paulo Wensell.
Brazil Union Missions. Radio Commission:
Population: 83,940,528; churches, 275; Secretary, L. H. Lindbeck.
members, 36,130. Religious Liberty:
Cable Address: "Division," Buenos Secretary, R. R. Figuhr.
Aires, Argentina.
Sabbath School Department:
Office Address: Virrey del Pino 3801,
Buenos Aires, Argentina, South Secretary, Santiago Schmidt.
America. Members: L. B. Halliwell, C. E.
Officers: Lambeth, G. E. Stacey, Juan Riffel.
President, R. R. Figuhr. Transportation Department:
Secretary, H. 0. Olson. General Agent, F. L. Harrison.
Treas. and Auditor, F. L. Harrison. Assistant Agent, J. D. Cornell.
Executive Committee: R. R. Figuhr, Austral Union Conference, J. Wag-
R. W. Belz, J. C. Culpepper, E. ner.
Doehnert, N. W. Dunn, L. B. Halli- East Brazil Union Mission, F. Vegele.
well, F. L. Harrison, J. B. Johnson, Inca Union Mission, P. H. Barnes.
C. E. Lambeth, L. H. Lindbeck, L. D. North Brazil Union Mission, B. W.
Minner, H. 0. Olson, D. Peixoto, T. Steinweg.
W. Steen. South Brazil Union Conference, P. C.
Beskow.
Cashier, J. D. Cornell.
Educational Department: Young People's Missionary Volunteer
Department:
Secretary, N. W. Dunn.
Secretary, N. W. Dunn.
Members: C. D. Christensen, Walton
J. Brown, Dario Garcia, E. R. Maas, Members: L. B. Halliwell, E. R.
H. C. Morton, D. Peixoto, Leon Rep- Maas, Leon Replogle, G. E. Stacey.
logle, G. E. Stacey, T. W. Steen. Ordained Ministers:
Home Missionary Department: J. C. Culpepper, N. W. Dunn, R. R.
Secretary, Santiago Schmidt. Figuhr, L. H. Lindbeck, H. 0. Olson,
Members: L. B. Halliwell, Juan Santiago Schmidt.
Riffel, Santiago Schmidt, Samuel Licensed Minister: F. L. Harrison.
Weiss. Licensed Missionaries:
Ministerial Association: Esther M. Adams, J. D. Cornell, Mrs.
Secretary, H. 0. Olson. J. D. Cornell, Mrs. J. C. Culpepper,
Members: R. W. Belz, J. C. Culpep- Mrs. N. W. Dunn, W. Everist, Mar-
per, N. W. Dunn, R. R. Figuhr, L. jorie Fields, Mrs. R. R. Figuhr, Raq-
B. Halliwell, C. E. Lambeth, E. N. uel V. Genanian, Leon Harder, Mrs.
Lugenbeal, L. D. Minner, L. H. Lind- Leon Harder, Mrs. F. L. Harrison,
beck, Principals of the advanced Mrs. L. H. Lindbeck, Mrs. H. 0.
training schools in the Division. Olson, Mrs. Santiago Schmidt.

AUSTRAL UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1906
Territory: The Buenos Aires, Chile, and Argentina, South America. (Tele-
Central Argentine Conferences; land phone, 741Florida-236.)
the Cuyo, North Argentine, and Uru-
guay Missions. Population: 22,065,025 ; churches, 110;
Cable Address: Division (Para Austral), members, 9,367.
Buenos Aires, South America. Officers:
Office Address: Calle V. Vergara 3227, President, E. N. Lugenbeal.
Florida, F. C. C, A., Buenos Aires, Secretary-Treasurer, J. Wagner.

139
140 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Executive Committee: E. N. Lugen- Officers:


beal, E. Almonte, C. Becker, P. M. President, Walter Schubert.
Brouchy, G. E. Emmenegger, J. B. Secretary-Treasurer, Alfredo Bellido.
Johnson, E. R. Maas, F. B. Moore, Executive Committee: W. Schubert,
G. E. Norris, Juan Riffel, N. Soto, A. Aeschlimann, F. Astoviza, A. Bel-
W. Schubert, T. W. Steen, J. Wag- lido, E. Brooks, J. Ferri, D. Ham-
ner, N. Wensell, C. E. Westphal, H. merly, F. H. Leeds, Benj. Riffel.
J. Westphal.
Departmental Secretaries:
Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, Alfredo Bel-
Educational and Y. P. M. V., E. R. lido.
Maas. Educational, E. R. Maas.
Field Missionary, F. B. Moore. Field Missionary, Benj. Riffel.
Medical, C. E. Westphal. Sabbath School, Home Missionary,
Sabbath School and Home Mission- and Y. P. M. V., A. Aeschlimann.
ary, Juan Riffel.
Ordained Ministers:
Ordained Ministers:
A. Aeschlimann, A. Ascione, J. A.
E. Brooks,J. B. Johnson, J. D. Liv- Benjour, J. Ferri, D. Hammerly, Wal-
ingston, E. N. Lugenbeal, E. R. Maas, ter Schubert.
F. B. Moore, Juan Riffel, T. W. Steen,
J. Wagner. Licensed Ministers:
Honorary: A. M. Buzugherian, Luis G. Cammarata, A. Mayer, Benj. Rif-
Ernst, Camilo Gil, M. Gnadjin, I. fel, F. Scarcella.
Kalbermatter, G. D. Klatt, C. E.
Krieghoff, M. Leytes, S. Mangold, Licensed Missionaries:
E. W. Thomann, V. E. Thomann. A. Bellido, J. Bernhardt, J. Carbal-
Licensed Ministers: lal, Rene. Chaskelis, Mrs. J. P. de
Echarri, Elena Dupertuis, Elisa Ferri,
F. Chaij, F. G. Drachenberg, M. L Olof Feyling, L. Gambetta, Ana
Fayard, N. Soto. Gironde, Madeleine R. Gourian, J. P.
Licensed Missionaries: Kalbermatter, Gmo. Krieghoff, Mrs.
M. de Paredes, Jose Riffel, Juan Tab-
V. Ampuero, Mrs. Carl Becker, 0. uenca.
Biaggi, Mrs. E. Brooks, Mrs. Cleo H.
de Brouchy, Mrs. M. C. de Papasian, Church School Teachers:
Ester Gaudino, G. Ernst, Mrs. M. I. Mrs. D. Brooks, Adela Dupertuis, L.
Fayard, S. Ferri, P. Szent Galy, M. Rhys, Sara Vasquez, Beatriz Visani.
Hammerly, Mrs. J. B. Johnson, Jose
Tabuenca, M. Salvini, Mrs. J. D.
Livingston, Mrs. E. N. Lugenbeal,
Mrs. E. R. Maas, Mrs. F. B. Moore, CENTRAL ARGENTINE CON-
G. E. Norris, Mrs. G. E. Norris, Sara FERENCE
Rode, Mrs. W. Schubert, Mrs. T. W.
Steen; Mrs. I. M. Vacquer, Mrs. Organized 1921
J. Wagner, C. E. Westphal, Mrs. C.
E. Westphal, Mrs. H. J. Westphal, J. Territory: Provinces of Entre Rios,
Zevallos. Santa Fe, and Cordoba.
Honorary: J. A. Ayvazian, Mrs.
Lydia G. de Oppegard, Mrs. C. Dan- Population: 3,500,000; churches, 22;
ner, Facundo Olavarria, G. B. Replo- members, 2,130.
gle, T. E. Saviano. Office Address: Cervantes 144, Parana,
Entre Rios, Argentina, South Amer-
ica. (Telephone, 10671, Parana.)
BUENOS AIRES CONFERENCE
Officers:
Organized 1921
President, Carl Becker.
Territory: City of Buenos Aires, Prov- Secretary-Treasurer, Ernesto Steger.
ince of Buenos Aires, Territories of Executive Committee: C. Becker,
La Pampa, Rio Negro, Neuquen, Chu- David Badenas, Godofredo Block, Nic-
but, Santa Cruz and Tierra del Fu- olas Chaij, Felipe Sittner, Ernesto
ego, also the Falkland Islands. Steger, S. C. Weber, J. Weiss.
Population: 6,601,690 ; churches, 18 Departmental Secretaries:
members, 1,625.
Book and Bible House, R. Kalber-
Office Address: Uriarte 2429, Buenos matter.
Aires, Argentina, South America. Educational and Y. P. M. V., Felipe
(Telephone, Palermo (71) 3904.) Sittner.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 141

Field Missionary, Nicolas Chaij. Fayard, A. H. Riffel, Louis Rojas,


Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Edo. Torreblanca.
Felipe Sittner. Licensed Missionaries:
Ordained Ministers: M. Acufm, Mrs. M. de Aeschlimann,
V. C. Aeschlimann, Carl Becker, B. Almonte, D. L. Biaggi, E. Bustos,
Godofredo Block, Daniel Feder, G. A. Cameron, E. R. Flores, D. Larra-
Schaeffier, Felipe Sittner, S. C. vide, E. Marinkovic, P. Mora, Mrs.
Weber. R. de Riffel, J. Schmied, Mrs. N. de
Schmied, H. Vyhmeister.
Licensed Ministers:
Nicolas Chaij, P. R. Tabuenca. Church School Teachers:
C. Alarcon, N. Cespedes, G. Clouzet,
Licensed Missionaries: A. Foppiano, L. Ibarbe, 0. Ibarbe, S.
R. Kalbermatter, Manuel Nestares, Lagos, M. Maquieira, J. Sepulveda,
E. Steger. Self a Vera, R. Van De Wyngard.
Church School Teachers:
J. Bernet, Albina Bernhardt, Emma
Cardozo, Emilia Frey, Teresa Ramos,
A Rode, Julia Roscher, S. Zurigian. CUYO MISSION
Organized 1943
Territory: Provinces of Mendoza, La
CHILE CONFERENCE Rioja, Catamarca, San Juan, and San
Luis, in Argentina.
Organized 1907 Population: 1,046,484 ; churches, 4 ;
Territory: Republic of Chile. members, 264.
Office Address: 25 de Mayo 1323, Men-
Population: 4,974,726 ; churches, 37: doza, Argentina, South America.
members, 2,938.
Cable Address: "Adventista," Santiago, Officers:
Chile, South America. Director, P. M. Brouchy.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. E. Thomann.
Office Address: Porvenir 58, Santiago, Executive Committee: P. M. Brouchy,
Chile, South America. (Telephone, A. Berchin, E. T. Block, J. D. Rep-
Auto. 51748.) logle, A. E. Thomann.
Postal Address: Casilla 2830, Santiago, Departmental Secretaries:
Chile, South America. Book and Bible House, A. E. Tho-
Officers: mann.
President, Eliel Almonte. Educational, P. M. Brouchy.
Secretary-Treasurer, G. E. Emmeneg- Field Missionary and Home Mission-
ger. ary, J. D. Replogle.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., A.
Executive Committee: E. Almonte, E. Thomann.
W. E. Aeschlimann, E. Arias, .7. C.
Castellano, C. D. Christensen, G. E. Ordained Ministers:
Emmenegger, L. A. Griott, A. Her- A. Berchin, P. M. Brouchy, E. T.
rera, E. Marinkovic. Block, J. D. Replogle.
Departmental Secretaries: Licensed Missionaries:
Book and Bible House, Ehieterio A. T. Brouchy, A. E. Thomann.
Arias.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., E. Al- Church School Teachers:
monte.
Field Missionary, J. C. Castellano. Mercelina Mayor, M. I. Thomann.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School.
Ernesto Marinkovic.
Ordained Ministers:
E. Almonte, F. Arriagada, C. D. NORTH MISSION
Christensen, L. A. Griott, C. H. Mayr, Organized 1906
L. A. Rojas.
Territory: The Provinces of Santiago
Licensed Ministers: del Estero, Salta, Tucuman, Jujuy
W. E. Aeschlimann, E. Arias, J. C. and Corrientes, and the Territories of
Castellano, G. E. Emmenegger, S. Misiones, Chaco, Formosa and Los
142 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Andes in the Republic of Argentina, URUGUAY MISSION


and the Republic of Paraguay. Organized 1906
Population: 3,642,125; churches, 15 ; Territory: The Republic of Uruguay.
members, 1,234. Population: 2,300,000; churches, 14;
members, 1,176.
Office Address: Carlos Pellegrini 1645, Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad-
Corrientes, Argentina, South Amer-
ventista," Montevideo, Uruguay.
ica.
Office Address: Avda. Italia 2360, Mon-
Officers: tevideo, -Uruguay, South America.
President, Niels Wensell. (Telephone, 43-5-83.)
Secretary-Treasurer, Claudio Krieg- Officers:
hoff. Director, H. J. Westphal.
Executive Committee: N. Wensell, F. Secretary-Treasurer, D. J. Weiss.
Bordt, S. Brack, Claudio Krieghoff, Executive Committee: H. J. Westphal,
J. F. Sittner, I. M. Vacquer. B. Bustos, J. Ernst, P. R. Gomez, A.
Departmental Secretaries: Hammerly, M. Rasi, D. J. Weiss.
Book and Bible House, Claudio Departmental Secretaries:
Krieghoff. Book and Bible House, S. Alberro.
Educational, Home Missionary, Sab- Educational and Y. P. M. V., H. J.
bath School and Y. P. M. V., J. F. Cairus.
Sittner. Field Missionary, P. R. GOmez.
Field Missionary, Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
M. Rasi.
Ordained Ministers:
E. Lautaret, W. Polishuk, I. M. Vac- Ordained Ministers:
quer, N. Wensell. H. P. Beskow, B. Bustos, M. Pidoux,
H. J. Westphal.
Licensed Ministers:.
Licensed Ministers:
E. Gmelin, Roberto Otto, J. F. Sitt-
ner. S. Alberro, J. H. Cairus, P. R.
Gomez, M. Rasi.
Licensed Missionaries: Licensed Missionaries:
D. Fischer, Claudio Krieghoff, B. Trei- S. Bernhardt, Ida Beskow, Esther
yer. Iuorno, Celsa Vazquez, D. J. Weiss.
Church School Teachers:
Church School Teachers:
Catalina Genover, Encarnacion Ra-
E. Bublitz, C. Busso, Celia Davales, mos, Josefa Ramos.
Cristosa Diaz, Marceliana Diaz, Dora
Feiock, Irma Hardy, Yolanda Kalber- Legal Association:
matter, L. C. Lavooy, D. Leichner, "CorporaciOn Uruguay de los Ad-
R. C. Lust, Fella Masloff. ventistas del Septimo Dia."

EAST BRAZIL UNION MISSION


Organized 1919

Territory: Federal District and the Postal and Office Address: Rua Lopes
States of Rio de Janeiro, Minas Ge- Trovao 84, Niteroi Estado do Rio,
rais, Espirito Santo, Bahia, Sergipe, Brazil, South America. (Telephone,
Alagoas, Pernambuco, Paraiba, Rio Niteroi 3810.)
Grande do Norte.
Officers:
Population: 25,962,157; churches, 51; Superintendent,
members, 5,465. Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, F.
Vegele.
Cable Address: "Adventista," Rio de Executive Committee: J. H. Boehm,
Janeiro. W. J. Brown, 0. Castellani, E. Doeh-
Telegraphic Address: nert, G. F. Ebinger, A. C. Harder,
D. Piexoto, Leon Replogle. C. C.
"Adveritista," Niteroi, Estado do Rio, Schneider, S. Schmidt, F. Vegele, P.
Brazil. E. Wensell, R. J. Wilfarth.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 143

Departmental Secretaries: Church School Teachers:


Educational and Y. P. M. V., Leon Gerda Burgo, Hilda Groeschel, Glau-
Replogle. cia Lira, Josef a Ludevice, Lordes
Field Missionary, P. E. Wensell. Ludevice, Albertina Pereira, Rute
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Rodrigues, Eunice Ramos, Gilds San-
tos, Moises Santos.
Medical, C. C. Schneider.
Ordained Ministers:
NORTHEAST MISSION
W. J. Brown, Leon Replogle, C. C.
Schneider, P. E. Wensell, R. J. Wil- Reorganized 1937
farth. Territory: States of Alagoas, Pernam-
Licensed Minister: F. Vegele. buco, Paraiba, Rio Grande do Norte.
Licensed Missionaries: Population: 6,405,000 ; churches, 6 :
members, 895.
H. S. Bergold, J. Bork, Mrs. W. J.
Brown, I. Carvalhaes, Miss E. Her- Telegraphic Address: Adventistas, Re-
manson, Jarge Klosko, Mrs. J. cife.
Klosko, J. Monteiro, Mrs. J. Monte- Office Address: Rua Gervasio Pires 717,
ire, S. M. Oliveira, A. Oberg, J. dos Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil.
Pasios, Mrs. J. dos Passos, Mrs. L.
Replogle, Mrs. C. C. Schneider, Mrs. Postal Address: Caixa Postal 378, Re-
F. Vegele, Mrs. P. E. Wensell. cife, Pernambuco, Brazil.
Legal Association: "Associacao da Un- Officers:
ido Este Brasileira dos Adventistas do Director, Oscar Castellani.
Skim Dia." Secretary-Treasurer, Max Fuhrmann.
Executive Committee: 0. Castellani,
Jairo T. Armijo., R. C. Araiijo, M.
Fuhrmann.
BAHIA MISSION
Departmental Secretaries:
Reorganized 1937
Book and Bible House and Sabbath
Territory: States of Bahia and Sergipe. School, Max Fuhrmann.
Field Missionary, R. C. Araujo.
Population: 5,027,157 ; churches, 5 ; Home Missionary, Educational, and
members, 790. Y. P. M. V., Jairo T. Armijo.
Telegraphic Address: Adventista, Bahia. Ordained Ministers:
Office Address: Rua Alvora Tiberius 58, 0. Castellani, W. W. Stoehr.
Cidade do Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
Licensed Ministers:
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 198, Ci- Jairo T. Araujo, Manoel Pereira da
dade do Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Silva, Israel Zorub.
Officers: Licensed Missionaries:
Director, G. F. Ebinger. R. C. Araujo, Joao F. Carvalho, M.
Secretary-Treasurer, 0. M. Groeschel. Fuhrmann, Ataliba de Abreu Netto.
Executive Committee: G. F. Ebinger, Church School Teachers:
0. M. Groeschel, Jorge Hoyler, 0. C. Berenice Almeida, Maria Amelia,
Mendonca, P. S. Seidl.
Iracema Aratijo, Lourdes Campos,
Departmental Secretaries: Zulmira Morais, Dulce Pessoa, Mil-
Book and Bible House, 0. M. Groe- ton Pinheiro, Sebastiana Mano Quei-
schel. roz, Ivete Ribeiro, Neida Stoehr.
Field Missionary, 0. C. Mendonca.
Home Missionary, G. F. Ebinger.
Sabbath School, Y. P. M. V., and RIO-ESPIRITO SANTO MISSION
Educational, P. S. Seidl.
Established 1919
Ordained Ministers:
Territory: State of Espirito Santo and
G. F. Ebinger, Jorge Hoyler, P. S. the northern part of the State of Rio
Seidl. de Janeiro, northeastern part of the
Licensed Missionaries: State Minas Gerais, part of the State
of Bahia south of Rio Jequitinhonha.
Cyro P. Cunha, 0. M. Groeschel, J.
Burgo, A. G. Lira, 0. C. Mendonca, Population: 2,200,000 ; churches, 24:
R. L. Pereird, Mrs. A. Seidl. members, 2,136.
144 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Telegraphic Address: Adventistas, Vi- Population: 12,330,000 ; churches, 16 ;


toria, Espirito Santo, Brazil. members, 1,644.
Office Address: Rua Graciano Neves 260, Telegraphic Address: Adventistas, Rio
Vit6ria, Espirito Santo, Brazil. de Janeiro.
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 233, Vi- Office Address: Rua Matoso 161, Rio de
toria, Espirito Santo, Brazil, South Janeiro, Brazil. (Telephone, 28-7796.)
America.
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 768, Rio
Officers: de Janeiro, Brazil, South America.
Director, A. C. Harder. Officers:
Secretary-Treasurer, E. Ebinger.
Director, J. H. Boehm.
Executive Committee: A. C. Harder, Secretary-Treasurer, J. P. Lebo.
Americo Coelho, E. Ebinger, A. L.
Meier, M. Ost, J. M. Zeroth. Executive Committee: J. H. Boehm.
J. P. Lobo, J. Baracat, E. Roth, J. J.
Departmental Secretaries: Oliveira, K. H. F. Tulaszewski.
Book and Bible House, E. Ebinger.
Educational, Sabbath School, Home Departmental Secretaries:
Missionary, and Y. P. M. V., Man- Book and Bible House, J. P. Lobo.
oel Ost. Educational and Y. P. M. V., Ernesto
Field Missionary, J. M. Zeroth. Roth.
Ordained Ministers: Field Missionary, J. J. Oliveira.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School.
A. C. Harder, A, L. Meier, Manoel Ernesto Roth.
Ost.
Ordained Ministers:
Licensed Missionaries: J. Baracat, J. H. Boehm, Julio Mi-
E. Ebinger, Catarina Grabby, Mrs. A. nam, Ernesto Roth, Nelson Schwantes,
C. Harder, J. Kattwinkel, G. Ludwig, K. H. F. Tulaszewski.
Mrs. E. Meier, J. F. Moura, G. G. Honorary: K. Kaltenhauser.
Oliveira, Wendelin Reissner, Hilda
Silva, P. L. Souza, J. M. Zeroth, Mrs. Licensed Minister:
J. M. Zeroth.
Honorary: M. Alencar.
Church School Teachers:
Licensed Missionaries:
Celina Barcelos, Elza Gutzeit, Augusta
Ludwig, E. C. Michel, Ana Monteiro, Mrs. J. H. Boehm, J. P. Lobo; Mrs.
Waldemar G. Monteiro, Ordula V. K. H. F. Tulaszewski, J. J. Oliveira.
Nascimento, J. F. Oliveira, Olinda Honorary: Mrs. Regina Broga.
Ost, Alice Rockel, Norival Souza,
Balardino Tavares. Bible Instructors:
Nair Cunha, Zoe Garcia, Raul Rocco.
RIO-MINAS GERAIS MISSION Church School Teachers:
Established 1931 M. Correa, Miss M. Ferreira, N. Go-
mes, A. Goncalves, Miss ElM Har-
Territory: The State of Minas Gerais manson, Jose Lugao, Antonio Lisboa,
except Southwest corner of the State; Martha Rocco, L. Ramalho, A. Teix-
the Southern part of the State of Rio eira, E. M. Teles, S. Thomas, M.
de' Janeiro and Federal District. Vieira.

INCA UNION MISSION


Organized 1914

Territory: The Bolivia, Ecuador, Lake Telegraphic Address: "Incaunion," Mi-


Titicaca, Peril, and Upper Amazon raflores, Peru.
Missions.
Office Address: Avda. Comandante Es-
Population: 12,674,800 ; churches, 47 ; pinar 670, Miraflores, Lima, Peru,
members, 10,344. South America.
Cable Address: "Incaunion," Lima, Postal Address: Casilla 1003, Lima,
Perti. Peril, South America.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 145

Officers: Licensed Ministers:


Superintendent, L. D. Minner. R. G. Mote, D. J. von Pohle, W. R.
Secretary-Treasurer, P. H. Barnes. Robinson.
Executive Committee: L. D. Minner, Licensed Missionaries:
A. Alva, P. H. Barnes, H. V. Espino, Arthuro Arauzo, Otilia Camacho,
R. A. Hayden, H. C. Morton, Juan Emilio Casas, Mrs. Juana de Casas,
Plenc, G. F. Ruf, G. E. Stacey, B. L. Domingo Chuguimia, M. Isidro, Mrs.
Thompson, A. M. Tillman, Samuel M. Isidro, Faustino Limachi, Clarita
Weiss. Linares, I Mamani, Atanacio Mar-
tinez, Loren Minner, Mrs. Loren
Departmental Secretaries: Minner, Mrs. R. G. Mote, Talitha
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Sab- Neumann, Maximo Pano, J. N. Perez,
bath School, G. E. Stacey. Mrs. J. N. Perez, P. Perez, Mrs.
Home Missionary and Field Mission- Francisco Piro, H. T. Pitman, Mrs.
ary, Samuel Weiss. Naomi Kime-Pitman, Mrs, Juan
Plenc, Mrs. D. J. von Pohle, Mrs. W.
Ordained Ministers: R. Robinson, Armando Ruiz, Mrs.
L. D. Minner, H. C. Morton, M. F. Armando Ruiz, Elias Ruiz.
Perez, G. E. Stacey, Samuel Weiss. Honorary: Mateo Urbina.
Licensed Ministers: Interne, Daniel Iuorno.
Mateo Aguilar, A. J. Alva, P. H.
Barnes, J. I. Hartman. Collana Mission Station
Licensed Missionaries: Address: Casilla 355, La Paz, Bolivia.
Director: Moises Aguilar.
Mrs. P. H. Barnes, Mrs. J. I. Hart-
man, Mrs. L. D. Minner, Mrs. H. C. Licensed Missionary: Domingo Chu-
Morton, Mrs. M. F. Perez, R. N. quimia.
Rojas, Mrs. R. N. Rojas, Mrs. G. E. Indian Schools, 22 ; Teachers, 25.
Stacey, Mrs. Samuel Weiss.
Ingavi Mission Station

BOLIVIA MISSION Address: Casilla 355, La Paz, Bolivia.


Evangelist: Laureano Acnuta.
Established 1907 Indian School, 1 ; Teacher, 1.
Territory: Republic of Bolivia. South
America. Inquisivi Mission Station
Population: 3,457,000 ; churches, 7 ; Address: Quime, (Via Eucaliptus) Bo-
members, 1,952. livia:
Office Address: 20 de Octubre 1186, La Director: Miguel Isidro.
Paz, Bolivia. Licensed Missionaries:
Postal Address: Casilla 365, La Paz, Faustino Limachi, Mrs. Miguel Isidro.
Bolivia, South America. Indian Schools, 19 ; Teachers, 19.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: Adven-
tista, La Paz, Bolivia. Pacajes Mission Station
Officers: Address: General Camacho, F. C. La
Director, Juan Plenc. Paz to Arica (Casilla 355, La Paz,
Secretary-Treasurer, R. G. Mote. Bolivia).
Executive Committee: Juan Plenc, Director: Armando Ruiz.
Moises Aguilar, R. G. Mote, Francisco
Piro, H. T. Pitman, D. J. von Pohle, Licensed Missionary: Mrs. Nercida Ruiz.
W. R. Robinson. Indian Schools, 5 ; Teachers, 5.
Departmental Secretaries:
Book and Bible House, R. G. Mote. Puerto Acosta Mission Station
Field Missionary, Francisco Piro. Address: Puerto Acosta, Bolivia.
Home Missionary, Juan Plenc. Director: Ignacio Mamani.
Medical, H. T. Pitman. Indian Schools, 3 ; Teachers, 3.
Sabbath School, Educational, and
Y. P. M. V., W. R. Robinson.
Bolivia Mission Schools not belonging
Ordained Minister: Juan Plenc. to a particular Mission Station, 4.
146 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

ECUADOR MISSION C. Christie, R. L. Jacobs, Anselmo


Maguera, C. R. Potts, A. E. Sosa.
Established 1906
Departmental Secretaries:
Territory: Republic of Ecuador, South
America. Book and Bible House, E. C. Christie,
Educational, Y. P. M. V., and Sab-
Population: 2,922,000; churches, 3; bath School, Andres Achata.
members, 139. Home Missionary and Field Mission-
ary, Segundo Andrade.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad- Medical. C. R. Potts.
ventista," Quito.
Ordained Ministers:
Office Address: Ciudadela Jardin 56, William Goransson, R. L. Jacobs, S.
Quito, Ecuador. C. Pritchard, A. E. Sosa, A. M. Till-
Postal Address: Casilla 44, Quito, Ecua- man.
dor, South America. Licensed Ministers:
Officers: Andres Achata, Segundo Andrade, Lu-
Director, B. L. Thompson. ciano Chambe, Felipe Chambilla, Cris-
tobal Chavarria, E. C. Christie, Mar-
Secretary-Treasurer, B. L. Thompson. iano Huayllara, P. P. Leon, Anselmo
Executive Committee: B. L. Thomp- Maquera, Bernabe Montero, Jenaro
son, Julio Espinosa, S. Kalbermatter, Moran, Pedro Neira, Marcelino Pacco,
Jorge Riffel, Jose Tocon. C. R. Potts, Pedro Quispe, I. Ramos,
Departmental Secretaries: Mariano Sosa, L. R. Wilkins, Justo
Yapo.
Educational, Sabbath School, and Y.
P. M. V., B. L. Thompson. Honorary: J. M. Linares.
Home Missionary and Field Mission- Licensed Missionaries:
ary, Jorge Riffel. Victor Achanta, Anita Angulo, Mrs.
Ordained Ministers: Segundo Andrade, Mrs. E. C. Christie,
Mrs. William Goransson, Mrs. R. L.
J. E. Espinosa, C. E. Fillman, B. L. Jacobs, Mrs. P. P. Leon, Mrs. Ana A.
Thompson. Marker, Enrique Marker, Mrs. C. R.
Licensed Minister: S. Kalbermatter. Potts, Mrs. S. C. Pritchard, Mrs. I.
Ramos, C. E. Schmidt, Mrs. C. E.
Licensed Missionaries: Schmidt, Mrs. A. M. Tillman, Mrs. L.
R. Wilkins.
Mrs. C. E. Fillman, Mrs. S. Kalber-
matter, Jorge Riffel, Mrs. Jorge Rif-
fel, Mrs. B. L. Thompson. Arequipa Mission Station
Address: Casilla 252, Arequipa, Peril.
LAKE TITICACA MISSION Director: S. C. Pritchard.
(Mision del Lago Titicaca) Licensed Missionary: Tomas Curazi.
Established 1916
Territory: Departments of Puno, Cuzco, Ilave Mission Station
Apurimac, Arequipa, Moquega, Tacna, Adiress: Mision Adventista, Ilave,
and Madre de Dios in Peru. Peril.
Churches: 14 ; members, 5,788. Director: Cristobal Chavarria.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad- Licensed Missionary: Antonio Condori.
ventista," Puno,
Indian Schools, 4; Indian teachers, 4.
Office Address: Calle Lima No. 21,
Puno, Peru.
Postal Address: Casilla 85, Puno, Juliaca Mission Station
South America. Address: Casilla 4, Juliaca,
Officers: Director: R. L. Jacobs.
Director, A. M. Tillman. Sub-director: Pedro Quispe.
Secretary-Treasurer, E. C. Christie.
Executive Committee: A. M. Tillman, Licensed Missionary: Augustine Quispe.
Andres Achata, Segunlo Andrade, E. Indian Schools, 2; Indian teachers, 2.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 147

Laro Mission Station Umuchl Mission Station


Address: Mision Adventista, Laro. Address: Mision Adventista, Moho.
Peru.
Director: Ascencio Sosa. Director: Ruben Chambi.
Sub-director: Justo P. Yapo.
Licensed Missionary:
Indian Schools, 7; Indian teachers, 7. Martin E. Velasquez.
Indian Schools, 14 ; Indian teachers, 16.

Piata Mission Station


Urcos Mission Station
Address: Misi6n Adventista, Huancane,
Peru. Address: Casilla 223, Cuzco, Peru.
Director: Mariano Sosa. Director: William Goransson.
Indian Schools, 28; Indian teachers, 28. Indian School, 1; Indian teacher, 1.

Plateria Mission Station PERU MISSION


Address: Mision Adventista, Plateria. Established 1006

Director: Bernabe Montero. Territory: Republic of Peril, excepting


the Departments making up the Lake
Licensed Missionary: Titicaca and Upper Amazon Missions.
Cipriano Cacallaca. Churches: 16; members, 1,824.
Indian Schools, 6; Indian teachers, 6. Telegraphic Address: "Adventista,"
Miraflores, Lima Peril.
Office Address: Calle Colina 254, Mira-
Pomata Mission Station flores, Lima, Peril.
Address: Estacion Misionera, Pomata, Postal Address: Casilla 1002, Lima,
Per& South Ame:ica.
Director: Anselmo Maquera. Officers:
Licensed Missionary: G. Zapana. Director, G. F. Ruf.
Secretary-Treasurer, J. E. Denehy.
Indian Schools, 8 ; Indian teachers, 8. Executive Committee: G. F. Ruf, E.
G. Aesehlimann, A. A. Alva, J. E.
Denehy, H. V. Espino, 0. Krause, B.
A. Larsen, Roberto Martinsen.
Puno Mission Station
Departmental Secretaries:
Address: Casilla 85, Puno,
Book and Bible House, J. E. Denehy.
Director: E. C. Christie. Educational, Sabbath School, and Y.
P. M. V., H. V. Espino.
Field Missionary, E. G. Aeschlimann.
Home Missionary, G. F. Ruf.
Sandia Mission Station Ordained Ministers:
Address: Mision Adventista, Sandia, A. A. Alva, B. A. Larsen, 0. Krause,
Peru. G. F. Ruf.
Director: Pedro N. Neira. Licensed Ministers:
Licensed Missionary: Manuel Condori. E. G. Aeschlimann, Wm. Bernal, Car-
los Castillano, J. E. Denehy, Merardo
Indian Schools, 4; Indian teachers, 5. Leon, J. C. Ruskjer, Moises Tenorio.
Honorary: Raid Chavez, Cayetano
Diaz.

Tacna Mission Station Licensed Missionaries:


Mrs. E. G. Aeschlimann, Raul Alar-
Address: Casilla 146, Tacna, Peru. con, Gonzalo Alva, J. E. Denehy, Mrs.
Director: L. R. Wilkins. J. E. Denehy, Jose Diaz, Mrs. 0.
148 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Krause, Mrs. B. A. Larsen, Mrs. G. den, A. A. Manrique, Mrs. A. A. Man-


F. Ruf, Lorenzo Ruiz, Mrs. J. C. rique, Antonio Monoz, Alphonso Pin-
Ruskjer. edo, Sale Ruiz.
Intern: Daniel Ramos. Honorary: Rufino Pacho.

Sutziki Mission Station


Alto Huallaga Mission Station
Address: Casilla 1002, Lima, Peru.
Address: Lamas, Perti.
Director: J. C. Ruskjer.
Director: Bernabe Chavez.
Indian Schools, 2; Indian teachers, 2.
Indian School: 1; teacher, 1.

UPPER AMAZON MISSION


OF PERU Alto Ucayali Mission Station
Organized 1927 Address: Casilla 240, Iquitos, Peri).
Territory: The Departments of Loreto, Director: Jose Chavez.
San Martin, and Amazonas. Indian Schools: 2; Indian teachers, 2.
Churches: 7; members, 641.
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad-
ventists," Iquitos, Per& Eben-Ezer Mission Station
Postal Address: Casilla 240, Iquitos, Address: Contamana, Alto Ucayali,
Perti, South America. Per(i.
Office Address: Ave. Coronel Portillo Director: Rufino Pacho.
No. 77, Iquitos, Perd. Indian School: 1; Indian teacher, 1.
Officers:
Director, R. A. Hayden.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. A. Manrique. Huallaga Mission Station
Executive Committee: R. A. Hayden, Address: Yurimaguas, Peru.
Bernabe Chavez, A. A. Manrique, J.
P. Ramos, M. Portugal. Director: Dionisio del Aguila.
Departmental Secretaries: Indian School: 1; teacher, 1.
Educational and Sabbath School,
A. A. Manrique.
Publishing and Home Missionary, M. Moyobamba Mission Station
Portugal.
Y. P. M. V., R. A. Hayden. Address: Moyobamba, Peril
Ordained Ministers: Director: Israel Alomia.
Bernabe Chavez, R. A. Hayden, J. P.
Ramos.
Licensed Missionaries: Pucallpa Mission Station
Israel Alomia, J. Chavez, D. del Address: Pucallpa, Peru.
Aguila, L. Gomez, Mrs. R. A. Hay- Director: J. Sale Ruiz.

NORTH BRAZIL UNION MISSION


Organized 1936
Territory: States of Ceara, Piauhi, South America. (Telephone, 2794.)
Maranhao, Para, Amazonas, and
Territory of Acre. Postal Address: Caixa Postal 666, Be-
lem, Para, Brazil, South America.
Population: 7,200,000 ; churches, 7 ;
members, 675. Officers:
Telegraphic Address: Adventista, Be- Director, L. B. Halliwell.
lem, Para, Brazil. Secretary-Treasurer, B. W. Steinweg.
Office Address: Rua Arcipreste Manoel Acting Field Missionary Secretary,
Teodoro 386, Belem, Para, Brazil Edmundo Miranda.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 149

Ordained Ministers: Postal Address: Caixa Postal 656, Be-


John Baerg,' L. B. Halliwell, G. S. lem, Para, Brazil, South America.
Storch, B. W. Steinweg. Officers:
Licensed Missionaries: Director, L. B. Halliwell.
Mrs. John Baerg, Barbara Burnett, Secretary-Treasurer, B. W. Steinweg.
Mrs. L. B. Halliwell, Antonio Mi- Departmental Secretary:
randa, Mrs. B. W. Steinweg. Book and Bible House, B. W. Stein-
weg.
Licensed Ministers:
CENTRAL AMAZON MISSION
F. Garcia, J. Guntzmann.
Established 1940
Church School Teacher: F. Garcia.
Territory: Amazonas and Territory of
Acre.
Population: 1,000,000 ; churches, 2; NORTH COAST MISSION
members, 74.
Telegraphic Address: Adventista, Ma- Established 1936
ngos, Amazonas, Brazil. Territory: States of Ceara, Piaui,
Office Address: Praca Oswaldo Cruz Maranhao.
139, Mangos, Amazonas, Brazil, South Population: 4,000,000 ; churches, 2;
America. members, 164.
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 243, Ma- Telegraphic Address: Adventista, For-
ngos, Amazonas, Brazil, South Amer-
taleza, Ceara, Brazil, South America.
ica.
Officers: Office Address: Rua Guilherme Rocha
834, Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil:
Director, L. B. Halliwell.
Secretary-Treasurer, B. W. Steinweg. Postal Address: Caixa Postal 341, For-
taleza, Ceara, Brazil, South America.
Licensed Ministers:
F. C. Pritchard, S. C. Souza. Officers :
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. F. C. Prit- Director, R. A. Wilcox.
chard. Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. R. A. Wil-
cox.
Departmental Secretaries:
LOWER AMAZON MISSION
Book and "Bible House, Mrs. R. A.
Established 1927 Wilcox.
Territory: Para, part of the State of Ordained Minister: R. A. Wilcox.
Amazonas.
Population: 2,200,000 ; churches, 3 ; Licensed Ministers:
members, 437. A. Carvalho, W. Streithorst.
Telegraphic Address: Adventista, Be- Licensed Missionaries:
lem, Para, Brazil.
Mrs. W. Streithorst, H. F. Tavares,
Office Address: Rua Arcipreste Manoel Mrs. R. A. Wilcox.
Teodoro 386, Belem, Para, Brazil,
South America. (Telephone, 2794.) Church School Teacher: II. F. Tavares.

SOUTH BRAZIL UNION CONFERENCE


Organized 1911
Territory: The Conferences of Rio Telegraphic Address: Uniao," sao
Grande do Sul, Parana-Santa Cata- Paulo.
rina and Sao Paulo, and the mission
fields of Mato Grosso and Goiaz, in- Office Address: Alameda Caetes No. 30,
cluding the Minas Triangulo. Bairro Indianopolis, Sao Paulo, Bra-
zil, South America. (Do not send
Population: 16,039,046; churches, 60; mail here.) (Telephone, 7-3122.)
members, 10,279.
Cable Address: "Adventists," Sao Postal Address: Caixa Postal 2898, Sao
Paulo, Brazil. Paulo, Brazil, South America.
150 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Officers: Y. P. M. V., Home Missionary, and


President, Rodolpho Belz. Educational, M. Margarido.
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, P. Ordained Ministers:
C. Beskow.
Waldemar Ehlers, M. Margarido.
Executive Committee: Rodolpho Belz,
P. C. Beskow, Q. Dau, E. Doehnert, Licensed Missionary: Miguel Malty.
J. G. Garcia, M. Margarido, R. E.
Oberg, J. R. Passes, F. M. Porto, D. Church School Teachers:
Piexoto, G. G. Ritter, Manoel Soares, Juvencio Decol, Verner Frank, Ana-
G. Streithorst. dir Mainardi.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., R. E. MATO GROSSO MISSION
Oberg.
Field Missionary, Manoel Soares. Established 1921
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Territory: The State of Mato Grosso,
Medical, . Brazil.
Ordained Ministers: Population: 1.000,000 ; churches, 4
Rodolpho Belz, J. G. Garcia, Joao members, 225.
Linhares, D. Peixoto, Luiz Waldvogel.
Office Address: Rua Barao do Rio
Licensed Ministers: Branco esquina da Rua 24 de Fev-
P. C. Beskow, R. de A. Butler, G. F. ereiro, Campo Grande Mato Grosso.
Denz, Emilio Doehnert, Renato E.
Oberg, F. M. POrto, S. Schwantes, Postal Address: Caixa Postal 146,
Manoel Soares. Campo Grande, Mato Grosso, Brazil,
South America.
Licensed Missionaries:
Jose Alvarenga, Wilson Avila, Esther Officers:
E. Benfatti, Adolpho Bergold, Al- Director, Jose R. dos Passos.
fredo Bleck, Josii D. Carvalho, Ro- Secretary-Treasurer, Joao de Deus
salia Engel, F. H. Gerling, Jose Pinho.
Guimaraes, Naor Klein, Alfredo P. Executive Committee: Jose R. dos
Mendes, George W. Schmidbauer, B. Passos, A Barboza, Joao de Deus
E. Schuenamann, Albertina Simao, Pinho, Oscar dos Reis.
Olinda B. Spindola, Walter R.
Wheeler, Mrs. Walter R. Wheeler, Departmental Secretaries:
Alice Zorub. Book and Bible House, Sabbath
Honorary: E. Langenstrassen, A. School, Home Missionary, and Field
Pages. Missionary, Joao de Deus Pinho.
Legal Assn.: "Uniao Sul Brasileira dos Y. P. M. V. and Educational, Jose R.
Adventistas do Setimo Dia." dos Passos.
Ordained Minister: Jose R. dos Passos.
GOIANA-MINEIRA MISSION Licensed Minister: A. Barboza.
Established 1927 Honorary: Max Rohde.
Territory: The States of Goiaz and Mi- Licensed Missionaries:
nas Triangle, Brazil, South America.
Joao de Deus Pinho, Oscar dos Reis.
Population: 812,354 ; churches, 2 ; mem-
bers, 253. Church School Teachers:
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 60, Goi- Renato Bivar, Rubens S. Ferreira.
ania, Goiaz, Brazil, South America. Y. Karru, Adelina Passos, Aldair
Franca, Maria de Lourdes Fernandes.
Office Address: Avenida Goiaz, Goiaz,
Brazil.
Officers: PARANA-SANTA CATARINA
Director, M. Margarido. CONFERENCE
Secretary-Treasurer, Waldemar Ehl- Organized 1940
ers.
Executive Committee: M. Margarido, Territory: States of Parana and Santa
Waldemar Ehlers, Miguel Malty, Lon- Catarina.
gino Niz. Population: 2,426,692; churches, 17;
Departmental Secretaries: members, 2,716.
Book and Bible House and Sabbath Telegraphic Address: "Adventistas,"
School. Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 151

Office Address: Rua Dr. Ermelino de Executive Committee: G. Streithorst,


Leao No. 170, Curitiba, Parana, Bra- Gustavo Bergold, Dario Garcia, Sieg-
zil, South America. (Do not send fried Hoffmann, Aracely S. Melo, 0.
mail here.) E. Santo, Dermival Stockier de Lima.
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 810, Curi- Departmental Secretaries:
tiba, Parana, Brazil, South America. Book and Bible House, Gustavo Ber-
Officers: gold. (Temporary.)
President, Querino Dau. Educational, Sabbath School, and Y.
Secretary-Treasurer, 0. G. de Pinho. P. M. V., 0. E. Santo.
Field Missionary, P. S. Camacho.
Executive Committee: Querino Dau,' Home Missionary, G. Streithorst.
E. R. Azevedo, Orion Fonseca, An-
tonio Jimenes, D. S. Lima, 0. G. de Ordained Ministers:
Pinho, A. Rutz. H. Hoffmann, S. Kuempel, Aracely S.
Department Secretaries: Melo, G. Streithorst.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Romeu Honorary: H. F. Graf, S. Hoffmann.
Rodos Reis. Licensed Minister:
Field Missionary, 0. Fonseca.
Home Missionary, Querino Dau. Jaco G. Streithorst.
Sabbath School, 0. G. de Pinho. Licensed Missionaries:
Ordained Ministers: Roberto Azevedo, Gustavo Bergold,
E. R. Azevedo, Querino Dan, D. S. Luiz Gianini, H. Neumenn, Ilea Reis,
H. Ruhe, 0. E. Santo, Dermival
Lima, A. Rutz. Stockier de Lima.
Honorary: F. R. Kuempel. M. Kuem-
pel. Church School Teachers:
Licensed Ministers: Manuel Braff, Darci Costa, Eliasib
Cruz, Frieda Ditberner, H. Frierich,
Silas Gianini, 0. G. de Pinho, R. R. Maria Gonzales, Pedor Gonzales,
dos Reis, Boni Renck. Amerina Jaime, Wilma Koehler,
Honorary: C. Stoehr. Maria F. Krob, Henrique Knoener,
Lenira Lusts, Graciana Oliveira,
Licensed Missionaries: Manoel R. Oliveira, T. Oliveira, Win-
0. Fonseca, A. Jimenes, Geraldo ceslau Oliveira, Julia Rohmenn, Joao
Marski, Irene Tschurtschenthaler. Rabelo, Romeu X. Santos, Berta
Schuck, Reinoldo Schuck, Jaci R.
Church School Teachers: Silva, Astrogildo Silva, Helga Streit-
C. Antunes, P. Braga, P. Custodio horst.
Braga, L. Duarte, E. Leichsenring,
D. R. Martins, A. Metzger, E. W. de Legal Assn.: "Associacao dos Advent-
Paula, L. Reinert, Idilio Tschurt- istas do Setimo Dia no Rio Grande
schenthaler, H. Weber. do Sul."

SAO PAULO CONFERENCE


RIO GRANDE DO SUL CONFERENCE
Organized 1922
Organized 1906
Territory: The State of Sao Paulo,
Territory: The State of Rio Grande do Brazil, South America.
Sul, Brazil, South America.
Population: 8,500,000 ; churches, 13 ;
Population: 3,300,000 ; churches, 24 ; members, 4,196.
members, 2,889.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventista," Sao
Telegraphic Address: "Adventists," Paulo, Brazil.
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul,
Brazil. Office Address: Rua Tagus, No. 88, Sao
Paulo, Brazil, South America. (Do
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 177, Porto not send mail here.) (Telephone,
Alegra, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, 7-1271.)
South America.
Office Address: Rua General Vitorino Postal Address: Caixa Postal 1830, Sao
No. 77, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Paulo, Brazil, South America.
Sul, Brazil, South America. Officers:
Officers: President, Germano G. Ritter.
President, G. Streithorst. Secretary-Treasurer, Arno Schwantes.
Secretary-Treasurer, Gustavo Ber- Executive Committee: Germano G.
gold. (Temporary.) Ritter, Arno Schwantes, Wandir
152 SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Arouca, Galdino Nunes Vieira, Moises Colegio Adventista (Brazil College),


S. Nigri, Emanuel Zorub, E:ias M. Caixa Postal 258-A, Sao Paulo,
Castilho. Brazil, South America.
Ginasio Adventista (Taquara Acad-
Departmental Secretaries: emy), Taquara, Rio Grande do Sul,
Book and Bible House, Arno Schwan- Brazil, South America.
' tes. Instituto Industrial (Lima Training
Educational and Y. P. M. V., Moises School), Casilla 2102, Lima, Peril,
S. Nigri. South America.
Field Missionary, Carmo Naufal. Instituto Teologico Adventists (East
Home Missionary and Sabbath School, Brazil Academy), Born Sucesso, via
Emanuel Zorub. Noqueira, E. F. L., Estado do Rio,
Ordained Ministers: Brazil, South America.
Instituto Industrial Boliviano (Bo-
W. Arouca, E. M. Castilho, T. Kanda, livian Training School), Casilla 82,
M. S. Nigri, Germano G. Ritter, Cochabamba, Bolivia, South Amer-
Emanuel Zorub. ica.
Licensed Minister: Instituto Bernadino Rivadavia (Bue-
nos Aires Academy), Estanislao del
Honorary: F. Belz. Campo 1546, Florida, F. C. C. A.,
Licensed Missionaries: Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Maria Aparecida. Anversa, Waldemar Publishing:
Anversa, Wadi Bechara, Josino Cam- Casa Editora Sudamericana, Florida,
pos, Waldemar Rodrigues da Silva, F. C. C. A., Buenos Aires, Argen-
Manoel Salustiano de Castro, Oscar tina, South America.
Lindquist, Berta Lipke, Wanda Mar- Casa Publicadora Brasileira, Caixa
tinelli, Altino Martins, Carmo Nau- Postal 34, Santo Andre, S. P. R.,
fal, Dalva A. Paula, Jonas A. Paula, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America.
Isaura Peixoto, Arno Schwantes, Jose
N. Siqueira, Galdino Nunes, Vieira, Sanitariums and Hospitals:
Jorge Waiting. Casa de Saude Liberdade (Sao Paulo
Honorary: Pedro Faustino dos Santos, Clinic), Rua Tamandare 495, Sao
Evaristo Negrao, Antonio Penha. Paulo, Brazil, South America.
Church School Teachers: Clinica "Born Samaritano" (Belem
Clinic) Rua Arcipreste Manoel Teo-
Dina Apolinario, Antonio A. Bronze, doro 248, Belem, Para, Brazil.
Maria Caputo, Israel Damaceno, Joa-
quim F. de Paula, Geni Gorski, Ber-. Clinica Juliaca (Juliaca Clinic), Ca-
nardina Krueger, Haidee C. Lind- silla 22, Juliaca, Peril, South Amer-
quist, Ester Maluf, Ludovico Martins, ica.
Elza Meibach, Izabel Lopes Mendonca, Clinica de Repouso White (Rio de Jan-
Ercilio Morais, Celista Mota, Alaide eiro Clinic), Rua Almirante Alex-
S. Neto, Dacio Ferraz Camargo Pen- andrino, 31, Santa Tereza, Rio de
teado, Piraja D. Pinto, Carlina Janeiro, Brazil, South America.
Queiroz, Enedina Quieroz, Zuleica Sanatorio Adventista del Plata (River
Queiroz, Maria Rodrigues, Irene Se- Plate Sanitarium), Puiggari, F. C.
guedi, Lidia Siqueira, Yolando Trezza, E., Entre Rios, Argentina, South
Efigenia A. Trigo, Rute Vieira. America.
Sanatorio y Hospital de Sud Yungas
(Chulumani Sanitarium and Hospi-
tal), Chulumani, Sud Yungas, Bo-
INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTH livia, South America.
AMERICAN DIVISION
Medical Missionary Launches:
Educational: "Luzeiro II" (Light-bearer). Oper-
Colegio Adventista de Butia (Butia ates on the first thousand miles of
Academy), Turvo, L. S. F., Santa the Amazon River and its tribu-
Catarina, Brazil, South America. taries. L. B. Halliwell in charge,
Colegio Adventista del Plata (River Mrs. L. B. Halliwell, nurse. Head-
Plate Junior College), Puiggari, F. quarters: Caixa Postal 656, Belem,
C. E., Entre Rios, Argentina, Brazil.
South America. "Luzeiro I." Operates on the second
Colegio Adventista del Titicaca (Lake thousand miles of the Amazon
Titicaca Training School), Casilla River and its tributaries. F. C.
4, Juliaca, Peru, South America. Pritchard, nurse in charge, Mrs.
Colegio Industrial Adventista (Chil- Pritchard, also a nurse. Headquar-
Ian Training School), Casilla 7 D, ters, Caixa Postal 243, Manaos,
Chillan, Chile, South America. Amazonas, Brazil.
SOUTH AMERICAN DIVISION 153

"El Auxiliadora" (Helper). Oper- Food Company:


ates along that part of the Ama- Alimentos Granix, Sociedad Andnima
zon River which is in Peru. R. A. (Buenos Aires Food Company),
Avenida San Martin 4625, Florida,
Hayden in charge. Headquarters, F. C. C. A., Buenos Aires, Argen-
Casilla 240, Iquitos, Peru. tina, South America.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION
Organized 1920

Territory: The Union of South Africa, Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V.,


Basutoland, Swaziland, Southwest Af- J. M. Hnatyshyn.
rica, Portuguese East Africa, Belgian Medical, Donald Abbott.
Congo, Angola, Ruanda, Urundi, Ny- Ministerial Assoc., W. H. Anderson.
asaland Protectorate, Bechuanaland Publishing, L. A. Vixie.
Protectorate, Northern Rhodesia, Sabbath School, A. W. Staples.
Southern Rhodesia, the islands of St.
Ordained Ministers:
Helena, Tristan de Cunha, Ascension ;
Tanganyika, Kenya Colony and Pro- W. H. Anderson, C. W. Bozarth,
tectorate, the islands of Zanzibar and J. M. Hnatyshyn, E. W. Marter, W.
Pemba; Uganda Protectorate and E. McClure, E. A. Moon, Milton Rob-
Southern Anglo-Egyptian Sudan ; ison, G. E. Shankel, A. W. Staples,
comprising the Angola, Congo, East L. A. Vixie, J. V. Wilson.
African, Southeast African, and Licensed Ministers:
Zambesi Union Missions, and the
South African Union Conference. D. H. Abbott, C. C. Marais, J. L. Mil-
ford, D. A. Webster.
Population: European, 2,222,431 ; Asi-
atic, 324,599; Colored, 827,902; Na- Licensed Missionaries:
tive, 50,444,576 ; Total Population, Mrs. W. H. Anderson, J. F. Birk-
53,819,508. enstock, Mrs. C. W. Bozarth, C.
F. Clarke, Mrs. C. F. Clarke,
Churches: White, 64; Colored, 16; In- Miss E. Edmed. Miss D. Ferguson,
dian, 1 ; Native, 270 ; Total, 351. Miss L. Ficker, Miss G. P. Fortner,
Members: White, 4,414 ; Colored, 801 ; Miss L. Fouche, Miss P. Fouche, S.
Indian, 36 ; Native, 30,735 ; Total, Glanz, Mrs. S. Glanz, Mrs. R. Gorle,
35,986. Believers not baptized, 44,- Miss 11. Hayton, Miss E. Hinterleit-
258. Total adherents, 80,244. ner, Mrs. J. M. Hnatyshyn, Miss E.
Telegraphic and Cable Address: "Ad- Hurlow, Mrs. C. C. Marais, Mrs. E.
ventist," Claremont, Cape. W. Marter, Mrs. W. E. McClure, F.
E. Meckling, Mrs. F. E. Meckling,
Office Address: Grove Avenue, Clare- Mrs. J. L. Milford, Mrs. E. A. Moon,
mont, Cape Province, South Africa. Erico Msuseni, Miss M. Nickel, Mrs.
Officers: M. Owens, Mrs. M. Robison, J. G.
Slate, Mrs. J. G. Slate, S. Sparrow,
President, C. W. Bozarth. Mrs. S. Sparrow, Mrs. A. W. Staples,
Secretary, Milton Robison. Miss Y. Staples, P. J. van Eck, Mrs.
Treasurer and Auditor, E. A. Moon. P. J. van Eck, Miss A. Visser, F.
Assistant Treasurer, D. A. Webster. Visser, Mrs. F. Visser, Mrs. L. A.
Executive Committee: C. W. Bozarth, Vixie, Miss B. Webb, Mrs. D. A.
W. H. Anderson, J. R. Campbell, F. Webster, Miss P. A. Willmore, Mrs.
G. Clifford, J. M. Hnatyshyn, S. G. J. V. Wilson.
Maxwell, W. E. McClure, E. A. Moon, Honorary: Mrs. W. B. Commin.
G. R. Nash, M. Robison, J. G. Slate,
H. M. Sparrow, A. W. Staple, V. E. Legal Association: Seventh-day Ad-
Toppenberg, L. A. Vixie, D. A. Web- ventist Community of Africa (Incor-
ster. porated) ; President, C. W. Bozarth ;
Vice-President, J. G. Slate; Secre-
Departmental Secretaries: tary, Milton Robison : Asst. Sec*,tarv,
Educational and Religious Liberty, G. D. A. Webster; Treasurer, E. A.
E. Shankel. Moon.

ANGOLA UNION MISSION


Organized 1925
Territory: Angola (Portuguese West believers not baptized, 1,833. Total
Africa) . adherents, 3,644.
Area: 510,670 square miles. Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad-
ventista," Nova Lisboa, Angola.
Population: White, 30,000; native,
4,170,000. Postal Address: Angola Union Mission
of Seventh-day Adventists, Caixa Pos-
Churches: 28; members, 1,811 includ- tale No. 3, Nova Lisboa, Angola,
ing 30 Europeans and 1,781 natives; Portuguese West Africa.
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SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 155

Officers: Luccusse Mission Station


Superintendent, P. Stevenson. Postal Address: Caixa Postal No. 34,
Secretary-Treasurer, W. M. Webster. Vila Luzo, Angola, Portuguese West
Executive Committee: P. Stevenson, Africa.
I. D. Higgins, E. L. Jewell, R. B. Director: A. J. Rodrigues.
Parsons, W. M. Webster.
Licensed Missionaries:
Departmental Secretaries: A. J. Rodrigues, Mrs. A. J. Rodrigues.
Acting Educational, P. Stevenson. Portuguese Teacher: A. J. Rodrigues.
Medical. R. B. Parsons. Village Schools: 4.
Sabbath School, W. M. Webster.
Y. P. M. V., P. Stevenson. Native Teachers: 5.

Ordained Minister: P. Stevenson.

Licensed Missionaries: Luz Mission Station


Mrs. P. Stevenson, W. M. Webster,
Mrs. W. M. Webster. Postal Address: Missao de Luz, Caixa
Postale, No. 33, Vila Luzo, Distrito
de Moxico, Angola, Portuguege West
Africa.
Director: E. L. Jewell.
Bongo Mission Station
Licensed Ministers:
Address: Missao Adventista, Lepi, An- Minganjo, Isague, E. L. Jewell.
gola, Portuguese West Africa.
Licensed Missionaries: A. M. Candeias,
Officers: Mrs. A. M. Candeias, Mrs. E. L.
Jewell.
Director, I. D. Higgins.
Doctor, R. B. Parsons. Portuguese Teacher: A. M. Candeias.
Nurse, Ruth Johnson.
Teachers: V. Chaves, I. D. Higgins, Village Schools: 12.
Mrs. I. D. Higgins, Miss R. Visser, Native Teachers: 14.
Capinala. Catimba, Chicondo, Leo-
nardo, Mario.

Ordained Minister: R. B. Parsons.


Namba Mission Station
Licensed Ministers:
Postal Address: Caixa Postal 3, Nova
Mario Abel, Leonardo, Chicondo.
Lisboa, Angola.
Licensed Missionaries: Director: --.
V. Chaves, Mrs. V. Chaves, I. D. Hig- Village Schools: 3.
gins, Mrs. I. D. Higgins, Miss R.
Johnson, Mrs. R. B. Parsons, Miss R. Native Teachers: 3.
Visser. Ordained Minister: Herculano.
Licensed Ministers: Carlos, Silvino.

Cuale Mission Station Ovimbundu Outschools


Postal Address: Duque de Braganca, Address: Caixa Postal 3, Noya Lisboa,
Districto do Malange, Angola, Portu- Angola.
guese West Africa.
Director.
Director.
Inspector: Venancio.
Portuguese Teacher: Ordained Minister: Venancio.
Licensed Minister: Colino. Licensed Ministers: Edurdo, Chiperica.
Village School: I. Village Schools: 31.
Native Teachers: 2. Teachers: 31.
CONGO UNION MISSION
Organized 1925

Territory: Congo Beige and Ruanda, Buganda Mission Station


Urundi.
Established 1926
Area: 909,654 square miles.
Population: White, 26,000; native, Postal Address: P. 0. Usumbura,
14,600,000. Urundi, Africa.
Churches: 38 ; members, 6,864, includ- Director: A. L. Davy.
ing 36 Europeans and 5,829 natives. Village Schools: 10.
Believers not baptized, 12,850. Total
adherents, 18,714. Native Teachers: 12.
Telegraphic and Cable Address: "Ad-
ventist," Usumbura.
Gitwe Mission District
Postal Address: Gitwe, Ruanda, via
Usumbura, Belgian East Africa. Established 1942
Officers:
Postal Address: Via Usumbura, Ru-
Superintendent, J. R. Campbell. anda-Urundi, Belgian East Africa.
Secretary-Treasurer, M. Duplouy.
Director: A. Siepman.
Executive Committee: J. R. Camp-
bell, K. F. Ambs, V. Davies, M. Du- Ordained Ministers: D. Kagegera, A.
plouy, A. Matter, L. K. Rittenhouse, Muhaya, M. Segatwa, E. Sumutwa.
A. Siepman, E. L. Tarr.
Licensed Minister: A. Siepman.
Departmental Secretaries:
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. A. Siepman.
Educational, E. L. Tarr.
Sabbath School, M. Duplouy: Village Schools: 80.
Y. P. M. V., J. R. Campbell.
Ordained Minister: J. R. Campbell.
Licensed Minister: Maxime Duplouy. Gitwe Mission Station
Licensed Missionaries: (Seminaire Adventiste)
Mrs. J. R. Campbell, Mrs. Maxime Established 1921
Duplouy.
Legal Organization for Congo Beige: Postal Address: Via Usumbura, Ru-
The Congo Union Mission of Seventh- anda-Urundi, Belgian East Africa.
day Adventists. Director: K. F. Ambs.
Legal Representative for Congo Beige: Dispensary: A. A. Matter.
J. R. Campbell.
Suppleant: M. Duplouy. Licensed Ministers:
Legal Organization for Ruanda Urundi: K. F. Ambs, A. A. Matter.
. Mission Evangelique des Adventistes
du Septieme Jour. Licensed Missionary: Mrs. K. F. Ambs.
Legal Representative for Ruanda Faculty:
Urundi: J. R. Campbell. K. F. Ambs, S. Kanakusi, A. A. Mat-
Suppleant: M. Duplouy. ter, M. Nyiringondo.

Bikobo Hill Mission Station


Kikamba Mission Station
Established 1930
Established 1924
Postal Address: Boite Postal 3, Kon-
golo, Belgian Congo, Central Africa. Postal Address: Boite Postal 3, Kongolo,
Director: V. Davies. Belgian Congo, Central Africa.
Licensed Minister: V. Davies. Director: Kosam.
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. V. Davies. Ordained Minister: Kosam.
Village Schools: 22. Village Schools: 2.
Native Teachers: 20. Native Teachers: 3.
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SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 157

Kirundu Mission. Station Ngoma Medical Mission Station


Postal Address: Kirundu, via Kindu, Established 1931
Province Orientsle, Congo Beige, Cen-
tral Africa. Postal Address: Gitwe, Ruanda, Usum-
bura, Urundi, Congo Beige.
Director: P. S. Marsa.
Director: A. Matter.
Licensed Minister: P. S. Marsa.
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. P. S. Marsa. Medical Supt.: L. K. Rittenhouse.
Native Licensed Minister: 1. Nurse: Miss F. Spillman.
Village Schools: 17. Ordained Minister: A. Matter.
Native Teachers: 19. Licensed Minister: L. K. Rittenhouse.
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. A. Matter, Mrs. L. K. Ritten-
Lubembe Central School house, Miss F. Spillman.
Established 1939 Village Schools: 33.
Postal Address: Chisunka Village, Mo- Native Teachers: 34.
kambo, via Elissbethville, Congo
Beige, Africa.
Rwankeri Mission Station
Director: Titus Kiana.
Ordained Minister: Titus Kiana. Established 1922
Pastor: 1. Postal Address: P. 0. Goma, Congo
Village Schools: 4. Beige, Kivu, East Africa.
Native Teachers: 7. Director: E. L. Tarr.
Nurse: .
Rwesse Mission Station Ordained Minister: E. L. Tarr.
Established 1941 Licensed Missionaries:
G. A. Ellingworth, Mrs. E. L. Tarr.
Postal Address: Via Lubero, Congo
Beige. Village Schools: 67.
Director: D. E. Delhove. Native Teachers: 69.
Ordained Minister: D. E. Delhove.
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. D. E. Del- Songs' Mission Station
hove.
Village Schools: 3. Established 1921
Native Teachers: 3. Postal Address: Boite Postale, Kamina,
Congo Beige, Africa.
Ndora Mission Station Director: 0. Rouhe.
Established 1936 Licensed Minister: 0. Rouhe.
Licensed Missionaries:
Postal Address: P. 0. Usumbura,
Urundi, Africa. Miss H. Mote, Mrs. 0. Rouhe, T. W.
Staples, Mrs. T. W. Staples, F. L.
Director: A. L. Davy. Visser.
Licensed Missionaries:
A. L. Davy, Mrs. A. L. Davy. Village Schools: 9.
Village Schools: 12. Native Teachers: 12.
Native Teachers: 13. Native Evangelists: 3.

EAST AFRICAN UNION MISSION


Organized, 1912; reorganized 1942
Territory: Kenya Colony, the islands Churches: 81; members: European,
of Zanzibar and Pemba, Tanganyika 100 ; native, 9,842; total, 9,942, be-
Territory, and Uganda Protectorate. lievers not baptized, 6,814 ; total ad-
Area: 978,416 square miles. herents, 16,756.
Population: European, 32,746; Asiatic,
103,652; native, 14,943,526 ; total, 15,- Postal Address: Box 221, Kisumu,
079,924. Kenya Colony, East Africa.
158 SOIITIIERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Office Address: Maxwell's Estate, 6 Oigo, Amos Oirere, Alisha Olero,


miles on Yala Road, Kisumu, Kenya Joel Omer, G. Pearson, W. C. S.
Colony, East Africa. Raitt.
Officers: Licensed Ministers:
Superintendent, H. M. Sparrow. Nikanor Agonda, Luka Amayo, Yo-
Secretary-Treasurer, C. T. Bannister, hana Anyengo, Mordekai Ating'a,
Executive Committee: H. M. Spar- S. W. Beardsell, P. Chetarnbe, E. Ki-
row, C. T. Banister, R. A. Carey, G. menja, Klement Katonya, Lazaro
A. Lewis, F. H. Muderspach, M. C. Kumu, N. Misati, Filip Molo, M. Mo-
Murdoch, E. W. Pedersen, F. H. manyi, Timotheo Ngao, Josia Ngare,
Thomas, Kenya Field Superintendent, Thadayo Nyabwa, Elisha Nyakang'o,
Suji Mission Director. A. Nyakundi, Asa Obuola, N. Ochi-
Silvano Ododa, Erasto Ogila,
Departmental Secretaries: Thadayo Olouch, Samwel Omondi, N.
Educational, Sabbath School, and Y. Ong'era, N. Orang'o, Malaki Osoo,
P. M. Y., E. W. Pedersen. Ezekiel Rewe,D. M. Swaine.
Publishing and Home Missionary, R. Licensed Missionaries:
A. Carey.
Mrs. S. W. Beardsell, Miss G. A:
Ordained Ministers: Clarke, L. P. Foster, Mrs. L. P. Fos-
E. W. Pedersen, H. M. Sparrow. ter, Mrs. C. J. Hyde, Miss K. Jorgen-
sen, W. Marais, Mrs. W. Marais, Mrs.
Licensed Missionaries: M. C. Murdoch, Miss D. Nielsen, Miss
C. T. Bannister, Mrs. C. T. Bannister, K. Nielsen, Miss C. Olsen, Mrs. G.
R. A. Carey, Mrs. R. A. Carey, Mrs. Pearson, Rex Pearson, Mrs. W. C. S.
E. W. Pedersen, Mrs. H. M. Sparrow. Raitt, Miss C. J. Schuil, Mrs. D. M.
Swaine.

KENYA MISSION FIELD Changamwe Mission Station


Organized 1912 Established 1934
Territory: Kenya Colony, and the Is- Address: Box 273, Mombasa, Kenya
lands of Pemba and Zanzibar. Colony, East Africa.
Area: 384,960 square miles. Churches: 2 ; members, 57.
Population: European, 20,640; Asiatic, Director: W. C. S. Raitt.
48,203 ; native, 4,195,955 ; total, African District Leaders: 2.
4,264,798.
Evangelist: 1.
Churches: European, 1; native, 48. Village Schools: 4.
Members: European, 55; native,
6,064 ; total, 6.119 ; believers not bap- African Teachers: 10.
tized, 4,195 ; total adherents, 10,259. Girls' School: Mrs. W. C. S. Raitt.
Postal Address: Box 1352, Nairobi,
Kenya Colony, East Africa. Chebwai Mission Station
Office Address: Crauford Road, Nairobi, Established 1931
Kenya Colony, East Africa.
Churches: 3 ; members, 90.
Officers:
Address: P. 0. Kakamega, Kenya
Superintendent, Colony, East Africa.
Secretary-Treasurer, G. Pearson.
Executive Committee: S. W. Beard- Director: W. Marais.
sell, L. P. Foster, C. J. Hyde, Justus African District Leaders: 2.
Kangethe, M. C. Murdoch, Paulo Ny- African Evangelist: 1.
amweya. Elisha Olera, G. Pearson,
W. C. S. Raitt, Kenya Field Superin- Village Schools: 6.
tendent. African Teachers: 10.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational, S. W. Beardsell. Gendia Mission Station
Medical, L. P. Foster.
Official Translator, Miss G. Clarke. Established 1906
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., G.
Pearson. Churches: 16; members, 2,054.
Ordained Ministers: Address: Gendia, Private Bag, P. 0.
Joshua Auma, C. J. Hyde, M. C. Mur- Kisumu, Kenya Colony, East Africa.
doch, Paulo Nyamweya, Jeremiah Director: M. C. Murdoch,
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 159

African District Leaders: 6. TANGANYIKA MISSION FIELD


African Ministers: 4. Entered 1903
African Evangelists: 9.
Village Schools: 29. Territory: Tanganyika Territory.
African Teachers: 52. Area: 472,840 square miles.
Population: European, 9,286; Asiatic,
Kamagambo Mission Station 41,216; native, 6,292,359; total, 6,342,-
861.
Established 1916
Churches: 20 ; native members, 3,120 ;
Address: P. 0. Kisii, Kenya Colony, European members, 36 ; total, 3,156 ;
East Africa. believers not baptized, 2,254 ; total be-
Director: S. W. Beardsell. lievers, 5,410.
Staff: See Training School.
Postal Address: P. 0. Musoma, Tangan-
Dispensary: L. P. Foster. yika Territory, East Africa.

Office Address: Busegwe Mission, 20


Kanyadoto Mission Station miles from Musoma on main road to
Mwanza.
Established 1918
Officers:
Churches: 15; members, 2,200.
Address: Kanyadoto, P. 0. Kisii, Kenya Superintendent, F. H. Thomas.
Colony, East Africa. Secretary-Treasurer, H. Robson.
Director. Executive Committee: F. H. Thomas,
L. D. Brown, Isaiah Fue, Yolam Kam-
African District Leaders: 7. wendo, Elisa Kilonzo, H. E. Kotz,
African Ministers: 2. James Odero, F. G. Reid, H. Robson,
African Evangelists: 4. D. K. Short, Director Suji Mission.
Village Schools: 23. Departmental Secretaries:
African Teachers: 49. Educational, D. K. Short.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., H.
Robson.
Karura Mission Station
Established 1933 Ordained Ministers:
European: H. E. Kotz, H. Robson,
Churches: 3; members, 159. F. H. Thomas.
Address: P. 0. Box 1352, Nairobi, African: Isaiah Fue, Yolam Kam-
Kenya Colony, East Africa. wendo, Elisa Kilango, Paulo Kilonzo,
Director: D. M. Swaine. Ezekiel Mafufu, James Odero, Petro
Rusase, Andrea Siti.
African District Leaders: 3.
African Evangelists: 3. Licensed Ministers:
Village Schools: 4. European : F. G. Reid, D. K. Short.
African Teachers: 8.
African: Lazaro Bomani, Benjamin
Farita, Philipo Kambo, Enok Katondo,
Esikia Kerekero, Jeremiah Lushimo,
Nyanchwa Mission Station Johannes Magobi, Johan Makauta,
Petro Marwa, Yacobo Mgeni, Zecha-
Established 1922 riah Mhule, Benjamin Mkichikiwe,
Churches: 11; members, 1,846. Petro Mkwavi, Abeli Mutendi, Petro
Address: P. 0. Kisii, Kenya Colony, Mwasi, Hosea Ng'Omane, Efraim
Nguru, Tuvaka Nzoki, Yoel Otieno,
East Africa.
Aroni Sekuba, Stefano Singo.
Director: C. J. Hyde.
Licensed Missionaries:
African District Leaders: 8.
L. D. Brown, Mrs. L. D. Brown, Wm.
African Ministers: 3. Chase, Mrs. Wm. Chase, Mrs. H. E.
African Evangelists: 9. Kotz, Mrs. F. G. Reid, Mrs. H. Rob-
son, Mrs. D. K. Short, Mrs. F. H.
Village Schools: 38. Thomas, K. G. Webster, Mrs. K. G.
African Teachers: 54. Webster.
160 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Busegwe Mission Station Mwagala Mission Station


Established 1916 Established 1918
Church: 1; members, 64. Churches: 2; members, 246.
Address: P. 0. Musoma, Tanganyika, Address: P. 0. Maswa, Via Mwalam-
East Africa. paka, Lake Province, Tanganyika,
Director: H. Robson. East Africa.
African District Leader: 1. Director: H. E. Kotz.
African Evangelists: 2. African District Leaders: 2.
Village Schools: 5. African Minister: 1.
African Teachers: 7. African Evangelists: 2.
Dispensary: Mrs. H. Robson.
Village Schools: 7.
African Teachers: 9.
Ikizu Mission Station
Established 1908
Ntusu Mission Station
Address: P. 0. Musoma, Tanganyika
Territory, East Africa. Established 1916
Director: D. K. Short. Churches: 4; members, 1,224.
Staff: See Training School. Address: P. 0. Maswa, Via Mwalam-
paka, Lake Province, Tanganyika,
African Evangelist: 1. East Africa.
Village Schools: 4. Director: H. E. Kotz.
African Teachers: 6. African District Leaders: 4.
Dispensary: Mrs. D. K. Short. African Evangelists: 6.
Village Schools: 12.
Majita Mission Station African Teachers: 17.
Established 1916
Churches: 4 ; members, 1,016.
Address: P. 0. Musoma, Tanganyika Suji Primary School and Mission
Territory, East Africa. Station
Director: L. D. Brown. Established 1912
African District Leaders: 4. Churches: 6; members, 964.
African Minister: 1. Address: P. 0. Makania, Tanga Prov-
ince, Tanganyika, East Africa.
Africa Evangelists: 4.
Director.
Village Schools: 16.
School Master: K. G. Webster.
African Teachers: 22. African District Leaders: 4.
Dispensary: Mrs. L. D. Brown. African Ministers: 2.
African Evangelists: 11.
Mbeya Mission Station Village Schools: 16.
Established 1934 African Teachers: 23.
Church: 1; members, 12. Dispensary: Mrs. K. G. Webster.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, P. 0. Mbeya,
Tanganyika, East Africa. Utimbaru Mission Station
Director.
Established 1912
African District Leader: 1.
Churches: 4; members, 1,120.
Village Schools: 2.
Address: P. 0. Musoma, Lake Province,
African Teachers: 4. Tanganyika, East Africa.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 161

Director: F. G. Reid. Katikamu Mission Station


African District Leaders: 3. Established 1943
African Ministers: 2. Churches: 2; members, 340.
African Evangelists: 4. Address: P. 0. Box 22, Kampala,
Village Schools: 13. Uganda, East Africa.
African Teachers: 17. Director: F. H. Muderspach.

Dispensary: Mrs. F. G. Reid. African District Leaders: 2.


African Evangelists: 2.
Village Schools: 4.
UGANDA MISSION FIELD African Teachers and Workers: 28.
EAablished 1927
Territory: Uganda Protectorate. Kakoro Mission Station
Churches: 12 ; European members, 9 ; Established 1934
native, 658 ; total, 667. Believers not
baptized, 420. Total adherents, 1,087. Churches: 1; members, 24.
Area: 120,616 square miles. Address: P. 0. Box 49, Mbale, Uganda,
East Africa.
Population: European, 2,820; Asiatic,
14,233 ; native, 4,455,212 ; total, 4,472,- Director.
265.
African District Leader: 1.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 22, Kampala, African Evangelist: 1.
Uganda, East Africa.
Village Schools: 4.
Office Address: Kireka Hill Mission,
Mile 6 on Jinja Road. African Teachers: 6.

Officers:
Superintendent, C. A. Lewis. Kireka Mission Station
Secretary-Treasurer, Miss M. Sachs.
Executive Committee: G. A. Lewis, Established 1930
M. E. Lind, F. H. Muderapach, Ashe
Musoke, Miss M. Sachs, Director Ka- Churches: 1; members, 20.
koro Mission, Director Nchwanga Postal Address: P. 0. Box 22, Kam-
Training School, Colporteur Leader. pala, Uganda, East Africa.
Departmental Secretaries: Director: G. A. Lewis.
Educatidnal, Director Nchwanga African District Leader: 1.
Training School. Village School: 1.
Sabbath School and M. V., G. A. African Teachers and Workers: 3.
Lewis.
Ordained Ministers:
G. A. Lewis, M. E. Lind, F. H. Mu- Nchwanga Mission Station
derspach.
Established 1927
Licensed Ministers: Church: 1; members, 44.
Zefania Biraro, Simeoni Golola, Henry Postal Address: P. 0. Muben-le,
Guwedeko, Misaki Kabala, Daudi Mu- Uganda, East Africa.
kasa, Aloni Musoke, Ashe Musoke,
Erisafu Mwanje, Cranmer Namas- Director: M. E. Lind.
wala.
African District Leaders: 2.
Licensed Missionaries: African Evangelist: 1.
Mrs. G. A. Lewis, Mrs. M. E. Lind, Village Schools: 2.
Mrs. F. H. Muderspach, Miss M.
Sachs. African Teachers: 4.
6
SOUTH AFRICAN UNION CONFERENCE
Organized 1902

Territory: The Union of South Africa, R. Grant, Mrs. W. R. Grant, Mrs.


Southwest Africa, Basutoland, Swazi- 0. Honey, Mrs. W. H. Hurlow, B.
land, and that portion of Portuguese Khumalo, Mrs. B. Khumalo, Miss J.
East Africa lying south of Latitude B. Kleinert, D. Macdonald, Mrs.- G.
22 0, and St. Helena Island. A. B. Madgwick, D. Masina, Miss E.
Mlanjane, G. Solomons, Mrs. J. E.
Area: 851,063 square miles. Symons, Mrs. E. W. Tarr.
Population: White, 2,053,331; Asiatics, Honorary: Mrs. C. Burton, Mrs. M.
235,327; Natives, 8,420,598 ; Colored, Commin, Miss E. Edie, Mrs. W. H.
823,334. Total population, 11,532,590. Haupt, Mrs. J. C. Rogers, Mrs. E. L.
Churches: White, 58 ; Colored, 16 ; In- Stevenson, Mrs. M. Walston.
dian, 1 ; Native, 48 ; Total, 123 ; Mem- Legal Assn.: Seventh-day Adventist
bers: White, 3,987; Colored, 801; In- Community of Africa (Incorporated).
dian, 36 ; Native, 2,726 ; Total, 7,563.
Believers not baptized, 370; Total
adherents, 7,920.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," CAPE CONFERENCE
Bloemfontein, 0. F. S. (Formerly part of South African
Office Address: 31 Fichardt Chambers, Conference)
Maitland Street, Bloemfontein, 0. F. Reorganized 1936
S., South Africa.
Territory: All Europeans and Asiatics
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 468, Bloem- in the Cape Province, except for the
fontein, Orange Free State, South territory north of Kuruman and
Africa. Taungs : that portion of the Orange
Officers: Free State south of and including
Boshof, Brandfort, and Ladybrand ;
President, F. G. Clifford. Basutoland ; and the' mandated terri-
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, J. E. tory of South West Africa. (For
Symons. European work.)
Executive Committee: F. G. Clifford,
J. N. de Beer, E. D. Hanson, W. H. Area: 630,610 square miles (approxi-
Hurlow, A. C. LeButt, G. A. S. mately).
Madgwick, W. E. McClure, J. Rau- Population: 923,485 (approximately) ;
benheimer, J. G. Siepman, A. W. Sta- churches, 24 ; members, 1,645.
ples, J. E. Symons, E. W. Tarr, J.
van de Merwe, and the Educational Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Port
Secretary of the South African Union. Elizabeth, Cape Province, South' -Af-
rica.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational, Office Address: 162 Russell Road, Port
Field Missionary, Division Field Mis- Elizabeth, Cape Province, South Af-
sionary Secretary. rica.
Home Missionary and Y. P. M. V., W.
H. Hurlow. Postal Address: Box 1133, Port Eliza-
Medical, beth, Cape Province, South Africa.
Religious Liberty, F. G. Clifford.
Ordained Ministers: Officers:
F. G. Clifford, A. V. Edwards, H. J. President, E. D. Hanson.
Hurlow, W. H. Hurlow, J. E. Symons. Secretary-Treasurer, Miss P. E. Will-
more.
Honorary: 0. 0. Bredenkamp, W. H. Executive Committee: E. D. Hanson,
Haupt, A. N. Ingle, D. J. May, J. C. E. L. Cardey, W. C. Cowper, C. C.
Rogers, G. W. Shone, D. F. Tarr. Marais, D. J. 'Olivier, B. B. Piercey,
Licensed Ministers: J. C. van de Merwe, P. J. Trytsman,
Jr., Miss P. E. Willmore.
G. A. S. Madgwick, E. W. Tarr, E. A.
Tsotetsi. Departmental, Secretaries:
Licensed Missionaries: Educational, E. D. Manson.
Mrs. F. G. Clifford, Miss. M. Coetzee, Field Missionary and Home Mission-
Miss R. Curtis, MiSs H. Dale, Mrs. , ary, H. J. Moolman.
A. V. Edwards, Mrs. Jane Gacula, W. Medical, Miss A. G. Fleming.
162
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 163

Religious Book Depository, Miss P. E. Executive Committee:


Willmore. R. E. Ansley, E. F. Birkenstock, J.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., W. J. B. Combrinck, V. R. Cooks, P. F.
C. Cowper. Fouche, P. J. van der Merwe, N.
Prinsloo, J. Raubenheimer, J. P.
Ordained Ministers: Schoultz.
E. L. Cardey, S. J. Fourie, E. D. Departmental Secretaries:
Hanson, J. van de Merwe, P. Wick-
man. Educational, Home Missionary, and
Y. P. M. V., J. 13. Cooks.
Licensed Ministers: Medical,
D. Baird, M. Coetzee, W. C. Cowper, Religious Book Depository, R. E.
T. L. Gillett, H. J. Moolman, R. Vis- Ansley.
ser. Sabbath School and Field Missionary,
F. H. A. Ficker.
Licensed Missionaries: Ordained Ministers:
Miss E. K. Beaton, Miss C. Bezuiden-
bout, Mrs. E. L. Cardey, Miss H. R. E. Ansley, J. J. B. Combrinck, A.
Clarkson, Mrs. M. Coetzee, Mrs. W. J. Herholdt, S. G. Hiten, S. S. Hiten,
C. Cowper, Miss J. D. Cramond, Miss H. M. Kent, P. J. v. d. Merwe, John
A. G. Fleming, J. C. Grobler, Miss E. Raubenheimer, E. J. Stevenson, G. S.
Greunewald, Miss M. Hewett, Mrs. L. Stevenson, P. A. Venter.
Hiten, Mrs. E. D. Hanson, Mrs. H. J. Licensed Ministers:
Moolman, L. Mostert, C. S. Pike, Mrs. J. B. Cooks, P. H. Coetzee, D. A. de
C. S. Pike, Miss L. Roberts, D. Beer, F. H. A. Ficker, P. J. Laage,
D. Toerien, Mrs. J. van de Merwe, G. A. W. Meyer, A. vanden Bergh.
Miss L. van Rooyen, Mrs. R. Visser,
Mrs. P. Wickman, Miss P. E. Will- Licensed Missionaries:
more, Miss S. Willmore.
Miss A. Albers, Mrs. R. E. Ansley,
Church School Teachers: Miss G. Butcher, Mrs. P. Coetzee,
Miss J. D. Cramond, Miss E. Greune- Mrs. J. J. B. Combrinck, Mrs. J. B.
wald, Mrs. L. Hiten, L. Mostert. Cooks, Miss P. Dawkins, Miss B. de
Beer, Mrs. D. A. de Beer, Miss J. de
Beer, Miss M. J. Dixie, Mrs. F. H. A.
Ficker, Mrs. A. J. Herholdt, Mrs. S.
NATAL-TRANSVAAL CONFERENCE S. Hiten, Mrs. 0. Honey, Mrs. H. M.
Kent, Miss J. Knoetze, Mrs. P. J.
(Formerly part of South African Laage, Mrs. R. Lindup, Mrs. G. A.
Conference) W. Meyer, Miss G. Olivier, Mrs. John
Raubenheimer, Mrs. D. Roux, Miss A.
Reorganized 1936 Seager, Mrs. E. J. Stevenson, Mrs.
Territory: All Europeans and Asiatics G. S. Stevenson, Mrs. I. Swanepoel,
in the territories of the Provinces of Mrs. P. J. v. d. Merwe, Mrs. A. van-
Natal and Transvaal; portion of the den Bergh, Mrs. P. A. Venter, F.
Cape Province known as British von Horsten.
Bechuanaland north of Kuruman and Church School Teachers:
Taungs ; portion of the Orange Free
State Province north of Boshof, Mrs. E. Bulgin, Miss M. Hegter, S. C.
Brandfort, and Ladybrand ; Swaziland Moolman, Miss F. M. Orchard, J.
and Portuguese East Africa south of Theron.
Latitude 22.
Area: 425,508 square miles (approxi-
mately). , DURBAN INDIAN MISSION
Population: 1,110,346 (approximately) ; (Under the direction of the Natal-
churches, 33 ; members, 2,297. Transvaal Conference)
Telegraphic Address: "Natracon," Postal Address: Seventh-day Adventist
Johannesburg. Church, Keats Avenue, Durban, Na-
Office Address: 14 Claim Street Johan- tal, South Africa.
nesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. Church: 1 ; members 36.
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 7768, Jo- Ordained Ministers:
hannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa.
V. Norcott; E. D. Willmott.
Officers:
President, Licensed- Missionaries:
Secretary-Treasurer, R. E. Ansley. Mrs. V. Norcott, Mrs. E. D. Willmott.
164 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

NORTH BANTU MISSION FIELD Emmanuel Mission Station and District


(Formerly part of South African Established 1910
Mission Field)
Address: P. 0. Leribe, Basutoland,
Reorganized 1936 South Africa.
Territory: Native work in Basutoland, Director: It. A. Buckley.
Bechuanaland (south of Mafeking),
Orange Free State, Natal, Portuguese Licensed Missionaries:
East Africa (south of Latitude 22), Bantu, J. Senkoto.
Swaziland, Transvaal, and Zululand.
Native Worker: Mrs. J. Nkosi.
Area: 332,901 square miles.
Population: 5,254,142; churches, 31; Teachers:
members, native, 1,773; white, 13; A. Kadi-Kadi, P. Mafebedj, S. Mora-
total, 1,786. lane, N. Mjseu, E. Senkoto, T. Ta-
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Jo- bane, E. Tsotetsi.
hannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa.
Office Address: 11 Allbret Building, 9
Fraser Street, Johannesburg, Trans- Kolo Mission Station
vaal, South Africa. Established 1899
Officers:
Address: P. 0. Mahlalefi, Via Morija,
Superintendent, J. G. Siepman. Basutoland, South Africa.
Secretary-Treasurer, A. A. Pitt.
Director.
Executive Committee: J. G. Siepman,
J. N. Bacela, R. A. Buckley, J. D. Native Worker: J. Senkoto.
Harcombe, J. M. Hlubi, Eka J. Ku. Teacher: Mrs. J. Senkoto.
boni, A. A. Pitt.
Departmental Secretaries:
Educational, Publishing, and Sabbath Mafeking Mission District
School, E. A. Buckley.
Y. P. M. V., J. G. Siepman. Postal Address: P. 0. Linokana, West-
ern Transvaal, South Africa.
Ordained Ministers:
E. A. Buckley, R. A. Buckley, J. G. Director: Abel Magotsi.
Siepman, W. C. Tarr. Licensed Minister: Abel Magotsi.
Licensed Ministers: Teachers: A. Lecogo, M. Moeketsi.
J. D. Harcombe, A. A. Pitt.
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. R. A. Buckley, Mrs. J. D. Har- North Natal Mission District
combe, Mrs. J. G. Siepman, Miss M. Postal Address: Box 34, Dundee, Natal,
K. Smith, Miss M. J. Tarr, Mrs. W. South Africa.
C. Tarr.
Director: D. Masina.
Childrens' Home Licensed Minister: D. Masina.
(Home for Untainted Children Licensed Missionary: A. J. J. Tsha-
of Leper Parents.) balala.

Address: Emmanuel Mission, P. 0.


Leribe, Basutoland, South Africa. Orange Free State Mission District
Board of Management: Postal Address: 288 Lovedale Road,
F. G. Clifford, J. G. Siepman, Sir Mohlamola Location, Bloemfontein,
Walter Johnson, Miss M. Martin, R. 0. F. S., South Africa.
A. Buckley. Director: J. Ndabambi.
In Charge: Miss M. Martin. Ordained Minister: J. Ndabambi.
Licensed Missionary: M. P. Mtembu.
East-Transvaal Mission District
Teacher: Mrs. J. Africa.
Address: P. 0. Box 68, Ermelo, East
Transvaal, South, Africa.
Director: Eka J. Kuboni. Pretoria Mission District
Ordained Minister: Eka J. Kuboni.
Postal Address: 11 Allbret Building. 9
Licensed Missionary: R. E. Nhlapho. Fraser Street, Johannesburg, Trans-
Teacher: Enslyn Kuboni. vaal, South Africa.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 165

Director: T. Kote. Zululand Mission District


Licensed Minister: T. Kote. Postal Address: P. 0. Nongoma, Zulu-
Licensed Missionary, W. M. Masemola. land, South Africa.
Teacher: C. Legoabe. Director: J. S. Moya.
Ordained Minister: J. S. Moya.
Rand Mission District Licensed Missionary: M. Bole.
Postal Address: 11 Allbret Building, Teacher: M. Methwecu.
Johannesburg, South Africa.
Director: J. N. Bacela.
Ordained Minister: J. N. Bacela. SOUTH BANTU MISSION FIELD
(Formerly part of South African
Licensed Missionaries: Mission Field)
S. Mkwananzi, A. M. Nkosi.
Reorganized 1936
Teachers: Mrs. Mkwananzi, G. Vilakazi.
Territory: Native work in the Province
of the Cape of Good Hope.
Shiloh Mission Station and District Area: 207,869 square miles (approxi-
Established 1930 mate.)
Postal Address: P. 0. Lunsklip, via Population: 2,045,110 ; churches, native,
Potgietersrust, N. Transvaal, South 18 ; members, native, 953; white, 23 ;
Africa. total, 976.
Director: J. D. Harcombe. Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," East
London.
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. J. D. Harcombe, A. P. Mabowe, Postal Address: 19 Union House, Union
Mrs. A. M. Molokomme. Street, East London, Cape Province,
South Africa.
Teachers:
Officers,
K. Koopedi, A. P. Mabowe, Mrs. A.
P. Mabowe, E. Ntsoane, W. Solontsi. Superintendent, J. N. deBeer.
Secretary-Treasurer, L. H. Clack.
Executive Committee: J. N. deBeer,
South Natal Mission District L. H. Clack, F. Macdonald, S. S.
Mgqamqo, D. D. Ntsikeni, S. T. Pi-
Postal Address: P. 0. Amanzimtoti, kolo, E. W. Tarr, Educational Secre-
Natal. tary South African Union, and Di-
rector of Cancele Mission.
Director: W. C. Tarr.
Departmental Secretaries:
Licensed Minister: I. E. Seteka.
Publishing, J. N. deBeer.
Sabbath School, Mrs. A. P. Tarr.
Y. P. M. V. and Home Missionary,
Swaziland Mission District J. N. deBeer.
Postal Address: P. 0. Mahamba, Swa- Ordained Ministers: J. N. deBeer.
ziland, South Africa. Honorary: A. P. Tarr.
Director: J. M. Hlubi. Licensed Missionaries:
Ordained Minister: J. M. Hlubi.
L. H. Clack, Mrs. J. N. deBeer.
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. J. M. Hlubi.
Teachers: Honorary: Mrs. A. P. Tarr.
P. Hlubi, Miriam Khubeka.
Cancele Mission Station
Taunga Mission District Postal Address: P. 0. Cancele, Via
Postal Address: P. 0. Taungs, Cape Mount Frere, East Griqualand, Cape
Province, South Africa. Province, South Africa.
Director: M. R. Moeletsi. Director: G. S. Glass.
Licensed Ministers: M. R. Moeletsi, Licensed Ministers:
Honorary: K. I. Itumeleng. G. S. Glass, J. J. Oosthuizen.
166 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Licensed Missionaries: Director: B. T. Scott.


Mrs. G. S. Glass, Mrs. J. J. Oosthui- Ordained Minister: B. T. Scott.
zen, G. F. Potwana.
Teacher: A. Ntsomboyi.
Teachers:
A. S. Bongs, Headmaster R. Maji-
yezi, C. Mankayi, I. Mbenenge, T.
Ntwana.
Willowvale Mission District
Postal Address: P. 0. Badi, Willowvale,
Cape Province, South Africa.
Director: S. K. Ntwana.
Eastern Province Mission District
Ordained Ministers: G. S. Mayaba, S.
Postal Address: Native Post Office, K. Ntwana. Y.
Kingwilliamstown, Cape Province,
South Africa. Honorary: E. S. Jakavula.
Licensed Ministers:
Director: S. S. Mgqamqo. D. D. Mankayi, A. G. Williams.
Ordained Minister: S. S. Mgqamqo. Teacher: R. Nodumo.
Licensed Minister: J. Ncuka.
Teachers:
M. Mhlom, A. Mngwe, W. Novete, E. CAPE FIELD OF SEVENTH-DAY
Vappie.
ADVENTISTS
Work for the Colored People in
the Union of South Africa.
Glen Grey Mission District Population: 767,984 ; churches, 16;
members, 801 ; white, 9 ; total, 810.
Postal Address: B. E. 14, Location,
Queenstown, Cape Province, South Postal Address: 5, Claremont Chambers,
Africa. Main Road, Claremont, Cape, South
Director: S. T. Pikoli. Africa.
Ordained Minister: S. T. Pikoli. Officers:
Licensed Minister: A. Mredlane. Superintendent, A. C. LeButt.
Licensed Missionary: Secretary-Treasurer, L. M. Kleinert.
Honorary: Hans Shai. Executive Committee: A. C. LeButt,
P. Edwards, A. Felix, L. M. Kleinert,
Teachers: K. Landers, N. C. Stuart, Principal
L. Gweabe, E. Mayaba, Mrs. S. T. Good Hope Training School.
Pikoli, Mrs. A. G. Williams.
Ordained Ministers..
C. A. Boykin, L. L. Huntington, A.
C. LeButt, N. C. Stuart.
Lusikisiki Mission District Honorary: D. C. Theunissen.
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, P. 0. Licensed Ministers:
Box 12, Lusikisiki, East Pondoland, W. H. Hayter, A. G. Kohen, K. Lan-
South Africa. ders, G. Theunissen.
Director: D. D. Ntsikeni. Licensed Missionaries:
Ordained Minister: D. D. Ntsikeni. S. J. Bloemetjie, Mrs. C. A. Boykin,
Licensed Missionaries: Miss T. J. Bristow, Mrs. E. K. Cer-
J. Mngwe, E. Pototo. fontyne, H. P. Campher, Mrs. C. W.
Curtis, Miss M. R. Davids, Mrs. F.
Teacher: H. Mlanjana. H. A. Ficker, G. Goldman, Mrs. W.
H. Hayter, Mrs. L. S. Huntington,
Miss L. M. Kleinert, D. laKay, Mrs.
K. Landers, Mrs. A. C. LeButt, Mrs.
N. C. Stuart, Miss A. V. Sutherland.
Umtata Mission District
Honorary: Mrs. D. C. Theunissen,
Postal Address: S. D. A. Mission, P. 0.
Umtata, Transkei, Cape Province, Teachers:
South Africa. G. Beyers, I. duPreez, W. Turner.,
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 167

SOUTH WEST AFRICA ST. HELENA ISLAND MISSION


Unorganized (South Atlantic Ocean)
For Non-European Work Unorganized
Territory: The mandated territory of
South West Africa (formerly German Area: 47 square miles.
South West Africa). Population: 5,000 approximately.
Area: 317,725 square miles.
Postal Address: Jamestown, St. Helena
Population: Non-whites, 320,868. Island.

SOUTHEAST AFRICAN UNION MISSION


Organized 1925

Territory: Nyasaland, Portuguese East Ordained Ministers:


Africa north of latitude 22; North- W. B. Higgins, Albert Kambauwa,
east Rhodesia, east of meridian 32. Phillip Kasonga, Ered Maliro, James
Area: 272,928 square miles. Ngaiyayi.

Population: White, 7,600, approx.; na- Licensed Ministers:


tive, 5,467,606. Robert Sonya, Lincoln Chipunga,
Moffat Chona, Jeremiah Kalonga.
Churches: 25 ; members, 9,828, includ- Richard Lumala, Frighton Malomya,
ing 27 Europeans and 9,801 natives. Captain Muluda, V. E. Robinson.
Believers not baptized, 4,732. Total
adherents, 14,560. Licensed Missionaries-.
I. L. Ansley, Mrs. I. L. Ansley, Miss
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," L. M. Delhove, Miss R. Foote, Mrs.
Blantyre, Nyasaland. W. B. Higgins, Miss M. Johnson,
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 51, Blan- Miss H. E. Lude, E. L. Morel, Mrs.
tyre, Nyasaland, Africa. E. L. Morel, Mrs. V. E. Robinson.
Officers:
UNATTACHED MISSIONS
Superintendent, S. G. Maxwell.
Secretary-Treasurer, E. B. Jewell.
Executive Committee: S. G. Maxwell,
W. L. Davy, W. B. Higgins, E. 13. Chileka Mission Station
Jewell, E. L. Morel, H. W. Steven- Address: Box 51, Blantyre, Nyasaland,
son, M. M. Webster.
Africa.
Departmental Secretaries:
Director: John Thomas.
Educational, W. B. Higgins.
Field Missionary, Ordained Ministers:
Medical, E. L. Morel. Jonathan Kabambe, Morrison Ma-
Sabbath School, linki, John Thomas.
Y. P. M. V.,
Licensed Ministers:
Ordained Ministers: Harrison Cipao, Bexter Misiri, Spur-
E. B. Jewell, S. G. Maxwell. geon Napangana.
Licensed Missionary: Village Schools: 11.
Mrs. E. B. Jewell.
Inspector: Bexter Misiri.
Head Teacher: Tennyson Lapani, as-
Malamulo Mission Station sisted by 29 teachers.
Established 1902
Telegraphic Address: P. 0. Malamulo,
Cinyama Mission Station
Nyasaland.
(Formerly Mlanje Mission District)
Postal Address: P. 0. Malamulo, Ny-
asaland, British Central Africa. Organized 1929
Director: W. B. Higgins. Address: Blantyre, Nyasaland, Africa.
Village Schools: 11.. Director :.Sopha Saiwa.
168 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Ordained Ministers: Licensed Minister: Joseph Mangame.


Ben Chona, Sopha Saiwa. Licensed Missionary: Mrs. M. M. Web-
Licensed Ministers: ster.
Jonas John, Moses Kemwenje. Inspector: Joseph Mangame.
Village Schools, 14. Village Schools: 12.
Inspectors: Native Teachers: 17.
Moses Kamwenje, Alfred Nyambi.
Head Teacher: Birston Kalonga, as- Mombera Mission Station
sisted by 18 teachers.
Address: P. 0. Mzimba, Nyasaland, Af-
rica.
Director: Simon Msuseni.
Lake. View Mission Station
Head Teacher: Nathan Kasambara.
Address: P. 0. Fort Mlangeni, Nyasa-
land, Africa. Faculty:
Director: Roman Cimera. Simon Msuseni, assisted by 4 teachers.
Faculty: Ordained Ministers:
Roman Cimera, Eveson Jonas, as- Simon Msuseni, David Nkosi.
sisted by 4 teachers. Village Schools: 7.
Ordained Minister: Roman Cimera.
Licensed Ministers: Munguluni Mission
Tom Kachoka, Mills Mbvundula.
(Formerly Mozambique Mission)
Village Schools: 5.
Organized 1933
Territory: Portuguese East Africa
Luwazi Mission Station North of latitude 22.
Address: P. 0. Nkata Bay, Nyasaland, Area: 260,200 square miles.
Africa.
Population: White, 5,800; native, 4,-
Director: W. L. Davy. 803,900.
Faculty: Postal Address: P. 0. Munhamade, Dis-
Barson Barto, Simon Ngaiyaye, Des- trict de Quilemane, Portuguese East
ert Nkalakosa, assisted by 5 native Africa.
teachers.
Director: 0. I. Fields.
Ordained Ministers:
Faculty:
Simon Bunyani, W. L. Davy, Ncm n
Jere, Paulos Mhango, Desert Nkola- 0. I. Fields, Mrs. 0. I. Felds, and 3
kosa, Simon Ngaiyayi. native teachers.
Licensed Ministers: Licensed Minister: 0. I. Fields.
Barson Barto, Zachariah Goma, Bit- Licensed Missionary: Mrs. 0. I. Fields.
fiat Sapa.
In Charge of Dispensary: Mrs. 0. I.
In Charge of Dispensary: Mrs. W. L. Fields.
Davy, assisted by 1 native orderly.
Village Schools: 22.
Mwtimi Mission Station
Address: P. 0. Fort Manning, Nyasa-
Matandani Mission Station land, Africa.
Acquired 1908 Director: H. W. Stevenson.
Postal Address: Box 51, Blantyre, Ny- Faculty:
asaland, Africa. Buxton Simon, H. W. Stevenson,
Acting Director: M. M. Webster. Mrs. H. W. Stevenson, assisted by 8
teachers.
Ordained Ministers:
In Charge of Hospital and Leper Col-
Yokoniah Sosula, M. M. Webster. ony: Miss D. Ingle and 4 assistants.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 169

Ordained Minister: Soldier Kanjanga. Tekerani Mission Station


Licensed Ministers: Acquired 1923
Hamilton Kanjira, H. W. Stevenson.
Licensed Missionaries: Address: P. 0. Tekerani, Nyasaland,
Africa.
Miss M. D. Ingle, Mrs. H. W. Steven-
son. Director: B. Ellingworth.
Village Schools: 4. Ordained Ministers:
Harry Konje, Ben Ritch.
Thambani Mission Station Licensed Ministers:
Organized 1929 B. Ellingworth, Maynard Kamoto,
Luke Kapanda.
Address: P. 0. Mwanza, Nyasaland, Af- Licensed Missionary: Mrs. B. Elling-
rica. worth.
Director: Victor Mpheza.
Ordained Minister: Victor Mpheza. Inspector: Ce Maynard.
Inspector: Sampson Kavalo. Village Schools: 32.
Village Schools: 7. Native Teachers: 37.
Head Teacher: Jackson Nseula, assisted Dispensary: Mrs. B. Ellingworth and
by 7 teachers. native orderly.

ZAMBESI UNION MISSION


Organized 1916
Territory: Northern and Southern Rho- Departmental Secretaries:
desia, and Bechuanaland Protectorate, Educational, W. R. Vail.
comprising Northern Rhodesia Mis- Field Missionary and Home Mission-
sion Field, Southern Rhodesia Mis- ary,
sion Field, and the Rhodesia-Bechu- Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., W.
analand Conference. R. Vail.
Area: 614,950 square miles. Ordained Ministers:
Population: White, 61,210; approxi- Gladstone Imasiku, R. M. Mote, G. R.
mately ; native, 2,144,757 ; colored, Nash, Johonson Ngono, H. R. S. Tsu-
4,568; Asiatic, 2,772; total, 2,213,307. kudu, W. R. Vail.
Churches: Native, 61; European, 5; to- Honorary: Moses Donga, Mark Gan-
tal, 66. Members: Native, 9,773 ; gasa, I. X. Nkomo, John Ross, Harry
European, 236 ; total, 10,008. Believ- Sibagobe, F. R. Stockil.
ers not baptized: 10,505; total believ-
ers, 20,513. Licensed Ministers:
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Bul- C. P. Bringle, P. B. Fairchild, J. G.
awayo. Foster, F. B. Jewell, W. P. Owen,
A. A. Tsotetsi, P. W. Willmore.
Office Address: 114 Jameson St., Bula-
wayo, Southern Rhodesia, Africa. Licensed Missionaries:
Telephone: 2210. C. A. Bradley, Mrs.' C. A. Bradley,
Mrs. C. P. Bringle, Miss Enid Elling-
Postal Address: P. 0. Box 573, Bula- worth, Mrs. P. B. Fairchild, Mrs. J.
wayo, Southern Rhodesia, Africa. G. Foster, Miss W. Fourtrie, Miss
Petra Ilovig, Mrs. F. B. Jewell, P.
Officers: Jonker, Mrs. P. Jonker, Miss H. Mc-
Superintendent, G. R. Nash. Cullough, Mrs. R. M. Mote, Miss
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, P. Paulin Muller, Mrs. G. R. Nash,
W. Willmore. Mrs. W. P. Owen, R. W. Royer, Mrs.
R. W. Royer, Miss G. Smith, Miss R.
Executive Committee: G. R. Nash, Staples, Miss Evadne Tarr, Mrs. W.
A. W. Austen, C. A. Bradley, C. Paul R. Vail, Mrs. P. W. Willmore.
Bringle, J. G. Foster, R. M. Mote, W.
P. Owen, A. E. Rawson, W. R. Vail, Legal Assn.: Seventh-day Adventist
P. W. Willmore. Community of Africa (Incorporated).
170 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Kanye Medical Mission Station Mrs. J. M. Staples, D. R. Symons,


Mrs. D. R. Symons, Miss D. R. Web-
Established 1921 ster.
Postal Address: P. 0. Kanye, Via Lo- Church School Teacher: Mrs. I. Mason.
batsi, Bechuanaland Protectorate,
South Africa.
Medical Supt.: C. Paul Bringle.
Nurse: Miss W. Fourie. NORTHERN RHODESIA MISSION
FIELD
Organized 1921
Maun Medical Mission Station Territory: Northern Rhodesia, except
Established 1936 Barotseland, Caprivi Strip and ter-
ritory east of Meridian 32.
Postal Address: P. 0. Maun, Bechuana- Area: 219,995 square miles.
land Protectorate, South Africa.
Population: Native, 882,704; European,
Medical Supt.: J. G. Foster. 9,500.
Staff: R. W. Royer, Mrs. R. W.
Royer, Miss P. Hovig. Churches: European, 1 ; members, 22 ;
Native, 22; members, 3,236.
Orderlies: 2.
Postal Address: P. 0. Mission, North-
Native Evangelist: A. A. Tsotetsi. ern Rhodesia, Africa.
Officers:
Superintendent, A. W. Austen.
Secretary-Treasurer, B. Searle.
RHODESIA-BECHUANALAND Executive Committee: A. W. Austen,
CONFERENCE A. Bristow, W. M. Cooks, Job Mabuti,
(European) James Malinki, James Muyeba, R. P.
Robinson, B. Searle, Andrew Sham-
Organized 1929 ilimo, W. G. Webster, C. E. Wheeler.
Territory: European work in Southern Departmental Secretaries:
Rhodesia, Bechuanaland Protectorate,
and Beira in Portuguese East Africa. Sabbath School, C. E. Wheeler.
Self-Support and Y. P. M. V., James
Area: 425,354 square miles. Malinki.
Population: White, 66,226; colored and Ordained Ministers:
Asiatic, 9,158 ; churches, 4 ; members. European A. W. Austen, W. W.
177. Christensen, R. P. Robinson, C. E.
Postal Address: Private Bag, Gwelo, Wheeler.
Southern Rhodesia, Africa. Native: Lawson Endaenda, Peter
Lengalenga, Henry Mabona, Job Ma-
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," buti, Jack Mahlatini, James Malinki,
Gwelo. James Muyeba, Luck Ndhlovu, Elmer
Officers: Nkomo, Paul Shamalamba.
President, A. E. Rawson. Licensed Ministers:
Secretary-Treasurer, D. R. Symons.
European: A. Bristow, W. M. Cooks,
Executive Committee: W. D. Eva, A. B. Searle.
E. Rawson, C. E. Sparrow, M. R.
Sparrow, D. R. Symons, S. F. Stockil, Native: Matthew Chiwanga, Simon
C. E. Trevithick. Kaliba, Lotson Kausu, Jam Mayinza,
Harry Mwananyau, Simon Mwenda,
Departmental Secretaries: Jonathan Mwesa, Joseph Mwimo,
Educational, W. R. Vail. Simon Mwinga, Jacob Nkuluchila,
Sabbath School, Miss D. R. Webster. Chamyolo Pison, Andrew Shamilimo,
Seth Shimabwachi.
Ordained Ministers:
W. D. Eva, A. E. Rawson. Licensed Missionaries:
Licensed Minister: J. M. Staples. Mrs. A. W. Austen, Mrs. A. Bristow,
Licensed Missionaries: Mrs. W. M. Cooks, Mrs. W. W.
Christensen, Mrs. R. P. Robinson,
Miss Lily Bradley. Mrs. W. D. Eva, Mrs. B. Searle, Miss C. L. Stevens,
Mrs. R. Mason, Mrs. A. E. Rawson, Mrs. C. E. Wheeler.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 171

Broken Hill Mission District Village Schools: 4.


(Native Mission) Village School Teachers: 5.
European Inspector: C. E. Wheeler.
Established 1941
Address: Care of Muchenje Mission, P.
0. Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia, Af- Luapula Mission District
rica. (Native Mission)
Director: Lawson Endaenda. Established 1929
Village Schools: 6. Address: c/o Chimpempe Mission, P.
Village School Teachers: 5 . 0. Kawambwa, Northern Rhodesia,
European Inspector: A. W. Austen. Africa.
Director: Samuel Mulomba.
Village Schools: 2.
Bwengwa Mission District Village School Teachers: 3.
(Native Mission) European Inspector: R. P. Robinson.
Established 1935
Address: P. 0. Monze, Northern Rhode-
sia, Africa. Mujika Mission District
Director: Jack Mahlatini. (Native Mission)
Village Schools: 6.
Established 1941
Village School Teachers: 8.
European Inspector: C. E. Wheeler. Address: P. 0. Monze, Northern Rho-
desia, Africa.
Director: Simon Mwinga.
Chimpempe Mission Station Village Schools: 5.
Established 1921 Village School Teachers: 6.
European Inspector: C. E. Wheeler.
Address: P. 0. Kawambwa, Northern
Rhodesia, Africa.
Director: R. P. Robinson.
Native Teachers: 4. Munenga Mission District
Village School: 1. (Native Mission)
Dispensary: Mrs. R. P. Robinson. Established 1930
Address: P. 0. Mazabuka, Northern
Demu Mission District Rhodesia, Africa.
Director: Job Mabuti.
(Native Mission)
Mission Schools: 2.
Established 1930 Village Schools: 7.
Address: P. 0. Pemba, Northern Rho- Village School Teachers: 12.
desia, Africa.
European Inspector: C. E. Wheeler.
Director: Andrew Shamilimo.
Evangelist: 1.
Mission School: 1. Musofu Mission Station
Village Schools: 5. Established 1917
Village School Teachers: 7. Address: Private Bag, Ndola, Northern
European Inspector: C. E. Wheeler. Rhodesia, Africa.
Director: W. M. Cooks.
Dimbwe Mission District Teachers:
(Native Mission) W. M. Cooks, Mrs. W. M. Cooks, and
3 native teachers.
Established 1935 Evangelists: 2.
Address: c /o Tara Trading Co., Private
Village Schools: 5.
Bag, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia,
Africa. Village School Teachers: 5.
Director: Jam Mayinza. Dispensary: Mrs. W. M. Cooks.
172 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Nadezwe Mission District UNATTACHED FIELDS


(Native Mission)
Kalungwishi Mission District
Established 1934
(Native Mission)
Address: P. 0. Mazabuka, Northern
Rhodesia, Africa. Established 1921
Director: Henry Mabona.
Address: Care Chimpempe Mission, P.
Village Schools: 2. O. Kawambwa, Northern Rhodesia,
Village School Teachers: 3. Africa.
European Inspector: C. E. Wheeler. Director: James Muyeba.
Village Schools: 5.
Village School Teachers: 8.
Ndola Mission District
European Inspector: R. P. Robinson.
(Native Mission)
Established 1937
Address: P. 0. Ndola, Northern Rho- Katima Mulilo Mission Station
desia, Africa.
Director: Peter Lengalenga. Established 1921
Village Schools: 4. Address: P. 0. Sesheke, Northern Rho-
desia, Africa.
Village School Teachers: 5.
European Inspector: W. M. Cooks. Director and Village School Inspector:

Native Evangelist: 1.
Rusangu Mission Station Village Schools: 5.
Established 1905 Village School Teachers: 5.
Address: P. 0. Mission, Northern Rho-
desia, Africa.
Director: A. Bristow. Liumba Hill Mission Station
Headmaster: A. Bristow.
Established 1928
Teachers:
A. Bristow, Mrs. A. Bristow, Miss C. Address: P. 0. Kalabo, Northern Rho-
L. Stevens, and 5 native teachers. desia, Africa.
Village School: 1. Director: W. P. Owen.
Vk.lage School Teachers: 2. Staff: C. A. Bradley, Mrs. C. A.
Bradley, P. Jonker, Mrs. P. Jonker,
Native Minister: 1. Mrs. W. P. Owen, and 3 native
Evangelists: 1. teachers.
Dispensary: Mrs. C. A. Bradley.

Sala Mission District


(Native Mission) Luanginga Mission District
Established 1931 (Native District)
Established 1941
Address: P. 0. Lusaka, Northern Rho-
desia, Africa. Address: P. 0. Kalabo, Barotseland, N.
Rhodesia, Africa.
Director: Paul Shamalamba.
Director:
Village Schools: 3.
Village School Teachers: 4. Native Evangelist: 1.
Native Evangelists: 1. Village Schools: 6.
Minister: 1. Teachers: 6.
European Inspector: A. W. Austen. European Inspector: C. A. Bradley.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 173

Lwambi Mission District Executive Committee; A. E. Rawson,


W. Bastiaans, T. B. Burton, A. N.
(Native District) Gama, Edward Janda, Paul Mbono,
Established 1941 Stephen Ngwenya, S. Palvie, Christo-
pher Robinson, D. R. Symons.
Address: P. 0. Mongu, Barotseland, N.
Rhodesia, Africa. Departmental Secretaries:
Director: Gladstone Imasiku. Sabbath School, S. Palvie; Associ-
ates: A. N. Gama, Edward Janda.
Native Minister: 1. Y. P. M. V., and Field Missionary,
Village Schools: 6. S. B. Dube.
Teachers: 8. Self-Support Secretaries:
European Inspector: C. A. Bradley. A. N. Gama, Edward Janda.
Ordained Ministers:
Tapo Mission District European: I. B. Burton, C. Robinson.
Native: Alfred Gama, Edward Janda,
(Native District) Paul Mbono, Emory Mlalazi, James
Established 1936 Moyo, William Moyo, James Nde-
bele, Stephen Ngwenya, John Ni-
Address: P. 0. Kalabo, Barotseland, N. gani, Philip Nkomazana.
Rhodesia, Africa.
Licensed Ministers:
Director: Geo. Sikongo.
European: W. Bastiaans.
Native Evangelist: 1. Native: S. B. Dube, John Lupahla,
Village Schools: 4. Dick Mahlahla, Joe Moyo, Timothy
Moyo, John Ncube, Philemon Ncube,
Teachers: 4. Register Ndhlovu, Robert Nhepo,
European Inspector: C. A. Bradley. Harry Nkiwane, Enoch Wahungana.
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. W. Bastiaans, Mrs. I. B. Burton,
Mweru Mission District R. E. Eva, Miss H. Furber, S. Palvie,
Mrs. C. Robinson, D. R. Symons, Mrs.
(Native Mission) D. R. Symons, Miss W. Tickton, Miss
Address: dare Chimpempe Mission, P. D. R. Webster.
0. Kawambwa, Northern Rhodesia, Native Colporteurs: 12.
Africa.
Director: Wilson Sabila.
Village Schools: 2.
Bulawayo Mission District
Village School Teachers: 3.
(Native Mission District)
European Inspector: R. P. Robinson.
Established 1929
Address: /c Box 573, Bulawayo,
SOUTHERN RHODESIA Southern Rhodesia, Africa.
MISSION FIELD Director: John Ncube.
Organized 1921 Native Teachers: 5.
Territory: Native work in Southern Village Schools: 4.
Rhodesia, and Tati Concession of European Inspector: W. Bastiaans.
Bechuanaland Protectorate.
Area: 150,616 square miles.
Population: Native, 1,376,000. Chiduku-Makoni Mission District
Churches: 21; members, native, 5,444 ; (Native Mission District)
European, 23.
Established 1938
Address: Box 208, Gwelo, Southern
Rhodesia, Africa. Address: c Inyazura Mission, Inya-
zura, S. Rhodesia.
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist,"
Gwelo. Director: Edward Janda.
Officers: Native Teachers: 8.
Superintendent, A. E. Rawson. Village Schools: 7.
Secretary-Treasurer, D. R. Symons. European Inspector: C. Robinson.
174 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Filabusi Mission Station Native Teachers: 2.


(Native Mission) Village School: 1.
Established 1929 European Inspector: C. Robinson.
Address: Insimbiti School, P. 0. Fi]a-
busi, South Rhodesia, Africa.
Inyazura Mission Station
Director: J. N. Sibanda.
Village Schols: 5. Established 1910
Mission School: 1. Address: Inyazura Mission, P. 0. Inya-
zura, Southern Rhodesia, Africa.
Native Teachers: 8.
Director: C. Robinson.
European Inspector: W. Bastiaans.
European Headmistress: R. E. Eva, as-
sisted by 3 native teachers.
Village School: 1.
Fort Victoria Mission District
Village School Teachers: 2.
(Native Mission District)
Dispensary: Mrs. C. Robinson.
Established 1910
Address: c/o "Stanhope," P. 0. Fort
Victoria, Southern Rhodesia, Africa. Lower Gwelo Mission Station
Director: James Moyo. (Formerly Somabula)
Native Teachers: 2. Established 1901
Village Schools: 2. Address: Private Bag, Gwelo, Southern
European Inspector: S. Palvie. Rhodesia, Africa,
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," Gwelo.
Director: I. B. Burton.
Gwaai Mission Station Central Day and Boarding School: Eu-
(Native Mission) ropean Headmaster, I. B. Burton.
assisted by 3 native teachers.
Established 1929
Village Schools: 3.
Address: P. 0. Gwaai Siding, Souther. Village School Teachers: 5.
Rhodesia, Africa. European Inspector: S. Parvie.
Director: Joe Moyo.
Mission School: 1.
Village Schools: 4. Lower Shangani Mission District
Native Teachers: 5. (Native Mission District)
European Inspector: W. Bastiaans. Established 1911
Address: Care Assistant Native Com-
missioner, Shanghai Reserve, P. 0.
Hanke Mission Station Lonely Mine, Southern Rhodesia, Af-
(Native Mission) rica.
Established 1910 Director: John. Lupahla.
Postal Address: P. 0. Selukwe, South- Native Teachers: 4.
ern Rhodesia, Africa. Village Schools: 3.
Director: James Ndebele. European Inspector: W. Bastiaans.
Native Teachers: 10.
Mission School: 1.
Village Schools: 5. Mapani Mission Station
(Native Mission)
European Inspector: S. Palvie.
Established 1936
Address: c/o Private Bag 25 K, Bula-
Headlands-Mrewa Mission District wayo, Southern Rhodesia.
(Native Mission District) Director: Register Ndhllov-u.,
Established 1929 Native Teachers: 5.
Address: P. 0. Headlands, Southern Mission School: 1.
Rhodesia, Africa. Village Schools: 4.
Director: Paul Mbono. European Inspector: W. llastiaans.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION 175

Maranke Mission District Director: Philip Nkomazana.


(Native Mission District) Mission School: 1.
Established 1938 Village School: 1.
Address: P. 0. Odzi, Southern Rhode- Native Teachers: 2.
sia, Af ries. European Inspector: S. Palvie.
Director: Enoch Wahungana.
Native Teachers: 2.
Village Schools: 2. Solusi Mission Station
European Inspector: C. Robinson. Established 1894
Address: Solusi Mission, Box 573, Bula-
wayo, Southern Rhodesia, Africa.
Midlands Mission District Director: R. M. Mote.
(Native Mission District) Union Training School (See Educa-
Established 1936 tional Institutions).
Address : c/o Lower Gwelo Mission, Dispensary: F. B. Jewell, Mrs. R. L.
Private Bag, Gwelo, Southern Rhode- Garber.
sia, Africa. Trott Baby Welcome Clinic: Mrs. R. L.
Director: Emory Mlalazi. Garber.
Village Schools: 7. Teti Mission District
Native Teachers: 8.
European Inspector: S. Palvie. (Native Mission District)
Established 1940
Mondora Mission District Address: c/o Mr. L. R. Tarr, P. 0.
(Native Mission District) Tsessebe, Bechuanaland Protectorate,
S. Africa.
Established 1936 Director: William Myengwa.
Address: P. 0. Featherstone, Southern
Rhodesia, Africa.
Director: Robert Nhepo. INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTHERN
"AFRICAN DIVISION
Educational:
Nata Mission District Bethel Training College (Native), P.
(Native Mission District) 0. Butterworth, C. P., So. Africa.
Bongo Training School, Missao Ad-
Established 1936 ventista, Lepi, Distrito de Bengu-
ela, Angola, Portuguese West Af-
Address: c /o Solusi Mission, Bulawayo, rica.
Southern .Rhodesia, Africa. Gitwe Training School, via Usumbura,
Acting Director: Jeremiah Mobobola. Urundi, Central Africa.
Good Hope Training School, River-
Village Schools: 4. side," Klipfontein Road, Athlone,
Native Teachers: 4. Cape Province, South Africa.
Helderberg College (for Europeans),
European Inspector: R. L. Garber. Box 22, Somerset West, Cape Prov-
ince, South Africa.
Hillcrest Secondary School (for Eu-
ropeans), Bollihope Crescent, Mow-
Que Que Mission District bray, Cape Town, South Africa.
(Native Mission District) Ikizu Training School, Ikizu Mission,
P. 0. Musoma, Tanganyika Terri-
Formerly part of Midlands Mission tory, East Africa.
District Kamagambo Training School, Kama-
Established 1943 gambo, P. 0. Kisii, Kenya Colony,
E. Africa.
Address: Care Gunde School, care St. Malamulo Training School, P. 0.
Patrick's Mission, Private Bag, Gwelo, Malamulo, Nyasaland, British Cen-
Southern Rhodesia. ' tral Africa.
176 SOUTHERN AFRICAN DIVISION

Nchwanga Training School, P. 0. Cuale Mission Dispensary, Duque de


Mubende, Uganda, East Africa. Braganca, Malange, Angola, Portu-
Solusi Training School, Bulawayo, guese West Africa.
Southern Rhodesia, Africa. Gitwe Mission Dispensary, P. 0.
Usumbura, Urundi, Central Africa.
Publishing: Ikizu Mission Dispensary, Ikizu
Training School, P. 0. Musoma,
Advent Press, Gendia, P. 0. Kisumu, Tanganyika, East Africa.
Kenya Colony, E. Africa. Inyazura Mission Dispensary, Inya-
Malamulo Press, P. 0. Malamulo, zura, Southern Rhodesia, Africa.
Nyasaland, British Central Africa. Kirundu Mission Dispensary, Ki-
Sentinel Publishing Co., Rosmead rundu, via Kindu, Province Orien-
Ave., Kenilworth, Cape, South Af- tale, Congo Beige, Central Africa.
rica. Liumba Hill Dispensary, P. 0.
Kalabo, Barotseland, Northern
Medical: Rhodesia, Africa.
Hospitals Lucusse Mission Dispensary, Caixa
Postale No. 34, Vila Luzo, Angola,
Bongo Mission Hospital, Lepi, An- Portuguese West Africa.
gola, Portuguese West Africa. Luwazi Mission Dispensary, P. 0.
Kanye Hospital, Kanye, via Lobatsi, Nkata Bay, Nyasaland, Africa.
British Bechuanaland, Africa. Luz Mission Dispensary, Caixa Postal
Kendu Hospital, Gendia, P. 0. Ki- 33, Vila Luzo, Angola, Portuguese
sumu, Kenya Colony, East Africa. West Africa.
Lower Gwelo Mission Hospital, Pri- Majita Mission Dispensary, Majita
vate Bag, Gwelo, Southern Rho- Mission, P. 0. Musoma, Tangan-
desia. yika, East Africa.
Malamulo Mission Hospital and Leper Munguluni Mission Dispensary, P. 0.
Colony, Malamulo Mission, P. 0. Munhemade, Districto de Quile-
Malamulo, Nyasaland, Central Af- mane, Portuguese East Africa.
rica. Musofu Mission Dispensary, Private
Maun Medical Mission Hospital, P. 0. Bag, Ndola, Northern Rhodesia,
Maun, via Palapye Road, Bechu- Africa.
analand Protectorate. Nova Lisboa Dispensary, Caixa Pos-
Mwami Mission Hospital and Leper tal No. 3, Nova Lisboa, Angola,
Colony, Fort Manning, Northern Portuguese West Africa.
Rhodesia. Ntusu Mission Dispensary, Ntusu Mis-
Ngoma Mission Hospital, P. 0.
sion, P. 0. Maswa, Via Mwalam-
Usumbura, Urundi, Central Africa.
paka, Lake Province, Tanganyika,
Nokuphila Hospital, Western Native East Africa.
Township, Johannesburg, Trans- Rusangu Mission Dispensary, P. 0.
vaal, South Africa. Mission Siding, Northern Rhodesia,
Songs Mission Hospital, B. P. Ka- Africa.
mina, Belgian Congo, Central Af- Rwankeri Mission Dispensary, Rwan-
rica. keri P. 0., Goma, Kivu, Congo
Dispensaries Beige, Central Africa.
Shiloh Mission Dispensary, Lunsklip,
Busegwe Mission Dispensary, Busegwe Northern Transvaal, South Africa.
Mission, P. 0. Musoma, Tangan- Solusi Mission Dispensary, Bulawayo,
yika, East Africa. Southern Rhodesia, Africa.
Cancele Mission Dispensary, P. 0. Suji Mission Dispensary, Suji Mission,
Cancele, via Mount Frere, East P. 0. Makania, Tanga Province,
Griqualand, South Africa. Tanganyika, East Africa.
Changamwe Mission Dispensary, P. Tekerani Mission Dispensary, P. 0.
0. Box 273, Mombasa, Kenya, East Tekerani, Nyasaland, British Cen-
Africa. tral Africa.
Chimpempe Mission Dispensary, P. 0. Utimbaru Mission Dispensary, Utim-
Kawambwa, Northeast Rhodesia, baru Mission, P. 0. Musoma, Tan-
Africa. ganyika, East Africa.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION
Organized as the India Union Mission, 1910; reorganized 1919
Territory: India, Burma, Ceylon, and Ordained Ministers:
adjacent islands, politically attached, R. A. Garner, A. L. Ham, R. L. Kim-
Afghanistan, Baluchistan, Nepal, and ble, M. 0. Manley, E. M. Meleen, E.
Bhutan. W. Pohlman, L. C. Shepard, A. F.
Tarr, E. D. Thomas, M. G. Champion.
Area: 2,232,057 square miles.
Licensed Ministers:
Population: 400,000,000; churches, 156; J. S. Dason, J. Johannes.
members, 7,502.
Licensed Missionaries:
Cable and Telegraphic Address: "Ad- Miss L. Baird, Miss E. Binder, Mrs.
ventist," Poona, India. M. G. Champion, Mrs. R. A. Garner,
Post Office Address: Box 16, Poona, Miss B. Gore, Mrs, A. L. Ham, W.
India. Janes, Mrs. J. Johannes, Mrs. R. L.
Kimble, Mrs. G. G. Lowry, W. C.
Officers: Mackett, Mrs. W. C. Mackett, Mrs.
President, A. L. Ham. M. 0. Manley, Mrs. Nora Mattison,
Secretary-Treasurer and Auditor, A. Mrs. E. M. Meleen, Mrs. E. W. Pohl-
F. Tarr. man, M. S. Prasada Rao, R. Rice,
Mrs. L. C. Shepard, Miss L. Streeter,
Division Committee: A. L. Ham, R. Mrs. A. F. Tarr.
A. Garner, R. L. Kimble, F. H. Workers Serving Temporarily in
Loasby, 0. 0. Mattison, E. M. Me- Africa
leen, H. C. Menke], L. G. Mooker- Ordained Ministers:
:lee, E. W. Pohlman, L. C. Shepherd, W. W. Christensen, C. A. Boykin, J.
F. E. Spiess, A. F. Tarr, E. D. N. Hnatyshyn, L. Huntington, H. M.
Thomas. Kent, A. E. Rawson, E. D. Willmott.
Departmental Secretaries: Licensed Missionaries:
Educational and Y. P. M. V., E. W. Mrs. W. W. Christensen, Mrs. C. A.
Pohlman. Boykin, I. D. Higgins, Mrs. I. D. Hig-
Medical, T. E. Flaiz. . gins, Mrs. J. M. Hnatyshyn, Mrs. L.
Ministerial, A. L. Ham. Huntington, Mrs. H. M. Kent, Mrs.
Publishing, L. C. Shepard (acting]. N. A. Owens, Mrs. A. E. Rawson,
Religious Liberty, A. F. Tarr. Mrs. E. D. Willmott.
Sabbath School and Home Missionary, Legal Assn.: "The India Financial As-
E. D. Thomas. sociation of Seventh-day Adventists."
Transportation Agent, A. F. Tarr. Chairman, A. L. Ham, Secretary-
Uplift, L. C. Shepard. Treasurer, A. F. Tarr.

BURMA UNION MISSION


Organized 1919
Territory: Burma, including the Shan Licensed Ministers:
States; the Andaman and Nicobar Arthur Ba Tin, Ohn Swint, Saw U.
Islands.
Licensed Missionaries:
Population: 14,696,601 ; churches, 12;
members, 898. John Ba Tin, Baw Dee, Pein Gyi, Po
Han, Mrs. J. Johanson, Tun Kyine,
Cable Address: "Adventist," Rangoon. Aye Maung, Tun Maung, Maung Nee,
Thra Paul, Ma Than Sein, Ma Shwe,
Office Address: 68 U Wisara Road, Ran- Mrs. 0. A, Skau, Saw Yai.
goon, Burma.
Officers:
Under the direction of the Division IRRAWADDY DELTA MISSION
Committee. FIELD
Ordained Ministers: Territory: Rangoon, the Delta, Arracan
Division, Andaman and Nicobar Is-
Deacon David, Chit Maung, Tha My- lands.
ing, Thra Peter, Myat Po, Po Shwe,
Po Toke. Churches: 7 ; membership, 581.
177
178 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION

Address: 68 U Wisara Road, Rangoon, TENASSARIM MISSION FIELD


Burma. Territory: Tenassarim District, includ-
Cable Address: "Adventist," Rangoon. ing Toungoo District.
Officers: Churches: 3; membership, 193.
Under the direction of the Division Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kama-
Committee. maung, P. 0. Shwegon, Thaton Dist.,
Burma.
Officers:
Bassein Mission Station Under the direction of the Division
Office Address: Kozu Road, P. O. Box Committee.
23, Bassein, Burma.
Direction: Division Committee.
Kamamaung Mission Station
Village Schools: 4.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kama-
Village School Teachers: 4. maung, P. 0. Shwegon, Thaton Dist.,
Evangelist: Tun Kyine. Burma.
Direction: Division Committee.
Village Schools: 8.
Htugyi Mission Station Village School Teachers: 8.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, P. 0.
Htugyi, Henzada Dist., Burma.
Direction: Division Committee. UPPER BURMA MISSION FIELD
Village Schools: 4. Territory: North Burma and Shan
States.
Village School Teachers: 4.
Churches: 2; membership, 124.
Evangelist: Aye Maung.
Office Address: Headquarters not yet es-
tablished.
Myaungmya Mission Station Officers:
Under the direction of the Division
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, My- Committee.
aungmya, Burma.
Direction: Division Committee. Evangelist: Po Han.
Village Schools: 4.
Village School Teachers: 4. Shwenyaungbin Mission Station
Direction: Division Committee.
Rangoon Mission Station - Evangelists:
Address: 68 U Wisara Road, Rangoon, Baw Dee, Maung Ni.
Burma. Teacher: Ka Yai.
Direction: Division Committee. Village School: 1.

NORTHEAST INDIA UNION MISSION


Organized 1919
Territory: Assam, Bengal, Bihar, Or- Officers:
issa, Sikkim, Bhutan and Nepal. Superintendent, F. H. Loasby.
Area: 299,841 sq. miles. Secretary, F. H. Loasby.
Population: 121,480,000; churches, 29: Treasurer, R. S. Fernando.
members, 970. Executive Committee: F. H. Loasby,
Telegraphic Address: t "Adventist," R. J. Borrowdale, J. C. Dean, R. S.
Ranchi. Fernando, P. C. Gayen, G. B. Hoag,
C. Jensen, P. D. Kujur, 0. W.
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, Bars- Lange, L. G. Mookerjee, W. B. Vo-
gain, P. 0. Ranchi, B. H. Ry., India. taw.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 179

Departmental Secretaries: Jowai Mission Station


Book Depot, R. S. Fernando. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Jowai, Via
Educational, Shillong, Assam, India.
Field Missionary, G. B. Hoag.
Home Missionary, Sabbath School, and Director: 0. W. Lange.
Y. P. M. V., L. G. Mookerjee. High School: 1.
Medical,
Vernacular Teachers: 4.
Ordained Ministers:
F. H. Loasby, L. G. Mookerjee.
Honorary: James Besra, A. C. Haldar, Shillong Mission Station
B. Peters. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Nongthym-
Licensed Ministers: mai, Shillong, Assam, India.
R. S. Fernando, G. B. Hoag, Director: C. J. Jensen.
Honorary: P. N. Paroi. Church School: 1.
Licensed Missionaries: Vernacular Teachers, 3.
Mrs. G. B. Hoag, Mrs. F. H. Loasby,
Mrs. L. G. Mookerjee.

BIHAR MISSION FIELD


ASSAM MISSION FIELD Territory: Bihar.
Territory: Assam. Area: 51,054 square miles.
Area: 55,014 sq. miles. Population: 36,340,000 ; churches, 12 ;
members, 508.
Population: 10,930,000 ; church, 1 ; mem-
bers, 57. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Karmatar,
E. I. Rly., India.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Nongthym-
mai, Shillong, Assam. Officers:
Officers: Superintendent and Secretary, R. J.
Borrowdale.
Superintendent and Secretary, C. J. Treasurer, R. S. Fernando.
Jensen. Executive Committee: R. J. Borrow-
Treasurer, R. S. Fernando. dale, R. N. Dass, It. S. Fernando,
Executive Committee: R. S. Fer- Barko Kisku, P. D. Kujur, B. Now-
nando, 0. Gatphoh, C. B. Israel, C. rangi, W. B. Votaw.
J. Jensen, 0. W. Lange, S. K. Maw-
fang, R. E. Rajee. Departmental Secretaries:
Educational, R. J. Borrowdale.
Departmental Secretaries: Home Missionary, S. K. Besra.
Educational, 0. W. Lange. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., S.
Sabbath School and Home Missionary, K. Besra.
C. J. Jensen. Ordained Ministers:
Y. P. M. V., C. B. Israel.
Publishing, G. B. Hoag. R. J. Borrowdale, Barko Kisku, P. D.
Kujur, W. B. Votaw.
Ordained Ministers: Licensed Ministers:
C. J. Jensen, 0. W. Lange. R. N. Dass, Ohma Ekka.
Licensed Ministers: Licensed Missionaries:
C. B. Israel, R. E. Rajee. Mrs. R. J. Borrowdale, Mrs. W. B.
Votaw.
Licensed Missionaries:
Indian Workers: 24.
Mrs. C. J. Jensen, Mrs. 0. W. Lange.
Village Schools: 9.
Indian Workers: 7.
Boarding Schools: 2.
High School: 1. Stations: Karmatar, Khunti, Ranchi,
Church School: 1. Basmata, Kolyan, Chota Solbandha,
Bagri, Raniya, Sardikal, Moro,
Stations: Shillong, Jowai, Mawkaiew, Oraon, Ghagra, Taku Patratoly, Gu-
Thaintynrsh. rula, Baragain, Aprol, Pomea, Ronhe.
180 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION

Karmatar Mission Station Stations: Barisal, Gopalganj, Jalirpar,


Suagram, Buruabaree, Narikeltala.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Karmatar, Betkachia, Kalikapur.
E. I. Rly., India.
Director: R. J. Borrowdale. Gopalganj Mission Station
Village School: 1. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Gopalganj
P. 0., Faridpur Dist., Bengal, India.
Boarding School: 1.
Director: T. C. Bairagee.
Vernacular Teachers: 9. Evangelists and Workers: 8.
Evangelists and Workers: 5.
Jalirpar Mission Station
Khunti Mission Station Address: S. D. A. Mission, Jalirpar P.
0., Faridpur District, Bengal, India.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Khunti Post
Office, Ranchi District, India. Director: P. C. Gayen.
Director: W. B. Votaw. Boarding School: 1.
Boarding School: 1. Teachers, Evangelists and Workers: 19.
Vernacular Teachers: 3.
Evangelists and Workers: 3. ORISSA MISSION FIELD
Territory: Orissa.
Area: 32,000 square miles.
Oraon Mission Station Population: 11,754,000.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, P. 0. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Baragain.
Ghagra, Ranchi District, India. Ranchi, Bihar, India.
Director: P. D. Kujur. Officers:
Evangelists and Workers: 3. Superintendent and Secretary, F. H.
Loasby.
EAST BENGAL MISSION FIELD Treasurer, R. S. Fernando.
Executive Committee: The Union
Territory: East Bengal. Committee.
Area: 45,000 sq. miles. Departmental Secretaries:
Population: 36,456,000; churches, 13; The Union Deparmental Secretaries.
members, 196.
Indian Worker: 1.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Gopalganj
P. 0., Faridpur District, Bengal Station: Khurda.
India.
Officers: WEST BENGAL MISSION FIELD
Superintendent and Secretary, L. G. Territory: West Bengal.
Mookerjee.
Treasurer, R. S. Fernando. Area: 37,955 square miles.
Executive Committee: L. G. Mooker- Population: 26,000,000; churches, 3;
jee, S. N. Arinda, T. C. Bairagee, R. members, 209.
S. Fernando, P. C. Gayen, S. K. Address: S. D. A. Mission, 36 Park St..
Haldar. Calcutta, India.
Departmental Secretaries:
Officers:
Educational, P. G. Gayen.
Publishing, G. B. Hoag. Superintendent and Secretary, F. H.
Sabbath School and Home Missionary, Loasby.
K. Haldar. Treasurer, R. S. Fernando.
Executive Committee: F. H. Loasby,
Ordained Ministers: Miss M. V. Broderson, K. S. Ekka, R.
T. C. Bairagee, P. C. Gayen. S. Fernando, U. N. Haldar.
Licensed Ministers: Ordained Minister: U. N. Haldar.
I. B. Bairagee, B. K. Haldar, S. C. Indian Workers: 7.
Madhu. Village Schools: 2. .
Indian Workers: 21.
Stations: Akelpur, Beldanga, Bogra,
Village Schools: 4. Chokoakheti, Chuadanga, Hili, Lab-
Boarding School: 1. dakathal.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 181

Calcutta Mission Station Bible Instructor: Miss N. Dowman.


Address: S. D. A. Mission, 36 Park Church School: 1.
Street, Calcutta, India. Teachers: 3.
Director: J. C. Dean.
Ordained Minister: J. C. Dean. Chuadanga Mission Station
Licensed Minister: G. C. Arinda. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Chuadanga
P. 0., Nadia District, Bengal, India.
Licensed Missionaries:
Director.
Miss M. V. Broderson, Mrs. J. C.
Dean, Miss V. Dean, Miss H. Dud- Village School: 1.
renec, Miss N. Dowman. Vernacular Teacher: 1.

NORTHWEST INDIA UNION MISSION


Organized 1919; reorganized 1929; reorganized 1937

Territory: Punjab, United Provinces, Morris, Miss T. E. Sandberg, Mrs.


Delhi Province, Rajputana, Sind, E. R. Streeter.
Kashmir, Afghanistan, Baluchistan, Other Workers: 3.
Northwest Frontier Province, with
connected native States. Regular Colporteurs:
Population: 90,959,613 ; churches, 16; .T. M. Abraham, Keshan Chandra, K.
M. David, K. Berry, A. B. Scott.
members, 1,350.
Office Address: 23 Curzon Road, New
Delhi, India.
Officers: EAST PUNJAB MISSION
Superintendent, 0. 0. Mattison. Organized 1942
Secretary-Treasurer, Miss M. IL Bel-
chambers. Territory: Part of Punjab Province.
Executive Committee: 0. 0. Mattison, Churches: 2 ; members, 219.
L. E. Allen, Miss M. H. Belchambers,
Faqur Chand, E. L. Clark, A. Gard- Address: 159 Ferozepore Road, P. 0.
ner, D. C. Jacob, R. P. Morris, Mela Ichhra, Lahore, Indic.
Ram, Munshi Ram, R. J. Ritchie,
Miss T. E. Sandberg, E. R. Streeter. Officers:
Superintendent, Faqir Chand.
Departmental Secretaries: Secretary-Treasurer, F. M. Sajid.
Educational, E. R. Streeter. Executive Committee: Faqir Chand,
Field Missionary and Y. P. M. V., E. F. M. Sajid, L. E. Allen, Umar Din.
L. Clark. Jhande Khan.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Miss T. E. Sandberg. Departmental Secretaries:
Manager of Book Dept., Solomon Educational and Home Missionary,
Moses. Faqir Chand.
Medical, H. C. Menke]. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., F.
M. Sajid.
Ordained Ministers:
Ordained Ministers:
R. P. Morris, 0. 0. Mattison, H. C. Faqir Chand, Viru Mall.
Menkel, 0. W. Nolda, E. R. Streeter.
Licensed Ministers:
Licensed Ministers: Nabi Bakhsh, Umar Din, Jhande
H. C. Alexander, E. L. Clark, C. H. Khan.
Hamel, D. S. Johnson, Barkat Masih
I, Sher Singh. Licensed Missionaries:
Sultan Ahmed, Alla Ditta II, Israel
Licensed Missionaries: J. Din, R. A. Ditta, Fazal Masih, F.
Miss M. H. Belchambers, Miss V. M. Sajid.
Chilton, Mrs. C. H. Hamel, Mr..,:\ O. 0.
Mattison, Mrs. E. Meyers, Mrs. It. P. Other Workers: 3.
182 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION

WEST PUNJAB MISSION Rawalpindi Mission Station


Organized 1942 Address: 162 Mackeson Road, Rawal-
pindi, India.
Territory: Part of Punjab Province.
Director: H. Baird.
Churches, 4 ; members, 285.
Address: 159, Ferozepore Road, P. 0.
Ichhra, Lahore, India.
Officers: SIND LOCAL MISSION FIELD
Superintendent, Munshi Ram. Organized 1937
Secretary-Treasurer, F. M. Sajid.
Executive Committee: Munshi Ram, Territory: Sind Province.
F. M. Sajid, L. E. Allen, B. Peter, Area: 46,378 sq. miles.
Prem Masih.
yopulation: 3,887,070 ; church, 1; mem-
Ordained Ministers: bers, 33.
L. E. Allen, H. Baird, B. Peter, V. W.
Stotesbury. Address: 91 Depot Lines, Karachi, In-
dia.
Licensed Ministers:
Hernam Dass, Hakim Din, Barkat Officers:
Masih II, Gulam Masih, Prem Masih, Superintendent, 0. 0. Mattison.
Mehnga Mall, Mitthias J. Mall, Mun- Secretary-Treasurer, Miss M. H. Bel-'
shi Ram, Badr Uddin. chambers.
Licensed Missionaries: Executive Committee: The Union
Mrs. L. E. Allen, Abdul Aziz, Mrs. H. Committee.
Baird, L. Daniel, Chirag Din, Alla Departmental Secretaries:
Ditta, 1st, Labhu Mall, Inayat Masih,
K. Peter. Educational, E. It. Streeter.
Home Missionary and Sabbath School,
Other Workers: 2. Miss T. E. Sandberg.
Y. P. M. V. and Publishing, E. L.
Clark.
Chuharkana Mission Station
Licensed Minister: R. J. Ritchie.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Chuharkana
Mandi, Punjab, India.
Director: L. E. Allen.
UNITED PROVINCES MISSION
Village School: 1. FIELD
Vernacular Teacher: 1.
Organized 1919; Reorganized 1937
and 1942
Gujranwala Mission Station
Territory: United Provinces and Delhi
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Gujranwala, Province.
Punjab, India.
Director: L. E. Allen. Population: 50,251,079; churches, 9;
Village Schools: 4. members, 813.
Vernacular Teachers: 5. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Amroha,
Moradabad District, India.
Lahore (English) Station Officers:
Address: 48 Lawrance Road, Lahore, Superintendent, A. Gardner.
India. Secretary-Treasurer, Samuel Rai.
Director: V. W. Stotesbury. Executive Committee: Chandersen,
Masih Dayal, A. Gardner, B. A.
Church School: 1. Howard, Samuel Rai, T. R. Torkelson.
Teacher, 1.
Departmental Secretaries:
Lahore (Vernacular) Station Y. P. M. V. and Educational, B. A.
Howard.
Address: 159 Ferobepore Road, P. 0. Sabbath School and Home Missionary,
Ichhra, Lahore, India. A. Gardner.
Director: Faqir Chand. Ordained Ministers:
Village School: 1. A. Gardner, B. A. Howard, A. E.
Teacher: 1. Nelson, Mela Ram, T. It. Torkelson.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 183

Licensed Ministers: Hapur Mission Station


G. D. Bates, Chandersen, J. S. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Hapur, U.
Chowla, Masih Dayal, Nihal Singh, P., India.
Francis Wray.
Director: T. R. Torkelson.
Licensed Missionaries:
Masih Charan, Sunder Das, Hira Lall,
Mrs. A. E. Nelson, Samuel Rai, M. C. Lucknow (English) Station
Singh, Nirmal Singh, Mrs. T. R.
Torkelson. Address: 17 Abbott Road, Lucknow, In-
Other Workers: 4. dia.
Director: A. E. Nelson.
Stations:
Allahabad, Lucknow, Delhi, Morada-
bad.
Lucknow (Vernacular) Station
Address: 11 Blunt Square, Maweya,
Lucknow, India.
Allahabad Mission Station
Director: B. A. Howard.
Address: 8 Cawnpore Road, Allahabad,
U. P., India. Village Schools: 2.
Director: A. E. Nelson. Vernacular Teachers: 4.

Delhi Mission Station Moradabad Mission Station


Address: 23 Curzon Road, New Delhi, Address: S. D. A. Mission, Moradabad,
India. U. P., India.
Director: T. R. Torkelson. Director: A. Gardner.

SOUTH INDIA UNION MISSION


Organized 1919

Territory: The Madras Presidency with Medical,


its neighboring native states, includ- Sabbath School, E. D. Thomas (act-
ing such parts of Hyderabad State as ing).
are allied thereto by languages; Cey- Ordained Ministers:
lon, the Maldive and Lacadive Is-
lands. M. I. Pakkianathan, C. A. W. Ritchie,
0. A. Skau.
Population: 75,000,000 ; churches, 86 ;
members, 3,650. Licensed Ministers:
Telegraphic Address: "Adventist," C. Alexander, M. D. Kodan, L. J.
Bangalore, India. Larson, Ch. B. Williams, T. V. Zech-
Office Address: S. D. A. Mission, 9 ariah.
Cunningham Road, Bangalore, South Licensed Missionaries:
India. Miss E. Dyer, Mrs. R. A. Garner,
Officers: Mrs. J. Johanson, Mrs. L. J. Larson,
Superintendent, E. M. Meleen. Mrs. 0. A. Skau.
Secretary-Treasurer, R. A. Garner.
Other Workers:
Executive Committee: E. M. Meleen,
G. P. Crussiah, R. A. Garner, G. Gur- Miss J. Homer, V. V. Krishnayya, J.
ubatham, 0. Israel, A. F. Jessen, Japagnanam, Miss M. Sterling.
J. A. Johanson, P. J. Kelly, V. D.
Koilpillai, S. Thomas, H. G. Wood-
ward.
Departmental Secretaries: CEYLON MISSION FIELD
Educational and Y. P. M. V., 0. A. Territory: Ceylon and Maldive Islands.
Skau.
Home Missionary and Field Mission- Population: 6,080,000 ; churches, 4;
ary, J. A. Johanson. members, 223.
184 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION

Office Address: "St. Anthony," Dehi- Licensed Ministers:


wala Road, Nogegoda, Ceylon, South C. K. John, A. D. Jonathan.
India.
Licensed Missionaries:
Officers:
E. T. Austin, N. Y. Chelliah.
Superintendent, A. F. Jessen.
Treasurer, A. F. Jessen. Other Workers:
Executive Committee: A. F. Jessen, Mrs. E. T. Austin, A. S. Bhasker,
G. C. DeS. Illansinghe, P. Lobo, E. S. G. David, R. John, Miss S. Joy,
Matthews, A. R. Peiris, Y. G. Prak- Miss M. Matthews, B. Navaratnam,
asam. Miss L. Phillips, R. S. Sathyasee-
lappa, M. Stephen, K. M. Sunanda,
Departmental Secretaries: I. R. Thomas.
Home Missionary, A. F. Jessen.
Publishing, Stations:
Sabbath School, A. R. Peiris. Doddagazanur, Kollegal, Kaliyur, Ban-
Y. P. M. V., P. Lobo. galore, Mercara, Nagavali, Mysore
Ordained Minister: A. F. Jessen. City.
Licensed Ministers:
A. R. Peiris, Y. G. Prakasam. NORTH MALAYALAM MISSION
FIELD
Licensed Missionaries:
Mrs. A. F. Jessen, P. Lobo, E. W. Organized 1942
Matthews. Territory: Central and North Travan-
Other Workers: core, British Malabar and South Ca-
nara.
Monikam Dason, P. Dias, Allen
D'Silva, S. De Silva, M. R. Fernando, Population: 12,500,000 North and South
D. Gnanasundaram, H. M. Goontil- Malayalam fields ; churches, 7 ; mem-
leke, G. E. DeS. Illansinghe, A. Jaya- bers, 260.
sundra, C. P. Jonahs, E. Juriansz,
Mildred de Mel, D. E. Wijesinghe. Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist
Mission, Thiruvella, Travancore.
Stations:
Colombo, Kottawa, Moratawa, Jaffna, Officers:
Nugegoda, Batticaloa. Superintendent, V. D. Koilpillai.
Secretary-Treasurer, V. D. Koilpillai.
Executive Committee: M. Bhagheen,
L. C. Charles, L. J. Larson, S. S.
KANARESE MISSION FIELD Lazarus, K. S. Peter, V. D. Koil-
Territory: Mysore State, North and pillai.
South Coorg, Kollegal Taluk, Doddo- Departmental Secretaries:
gazanur, and that portion of North
Kanara not included in Western Educational, L. J. Larson.
India. Publishing, D. Paul.
Y. P. M. V., Sabbath School, and
Population: 11,000,000; churches, 6; Home Missionary, V. D. Koilpillai.
members, 260.
Ordained Ministers:
Office Address: 9 Cunningham Road, K. S. Peter, V. D. Koilpillai.
Bangalore, South India.
Officers: Licensed Ministers:
Superintendent, H. G. Woodward. M. Bhagheen, L. C. Charles, T. V.
Secretary-Treasurer, E. T. Austin. Zachariah.
Executive Committee: H. G. Wood- Licensed Missionaries:
ward, E. T. Austin, N. Y. Chelliah, S. S. Lazarus, P. I. Manuel, K. R.
J. Johanson, C. K. John, A. D. Jona- Mathew.
than, H. M. Peak.
Departmental Secretaries: Licensed Teacher Evangelist: P. M.
Jacob.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., A. D.
Jonathan. Stations: Ayroor, Chenyalam, Elan-
Home Missionary, E. T. Austin. thoor, Karikam, Kottayam, Kidan-
Publishing, J. A. Johanson. gannoor, Kumbanad, Kunnamkulam,
Sabbath School, C. K. John. Meenadam, Meyannor, Muhamma,
Patnamthitta, Perumkulam, Thiru-
Ordained Ministers: vella, Thumpamon, Vadavatnoor,
H. M. Peak, H. G. Woodward. Venniculam.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 185

NORTH TAMIL MISSION FIELD Officers:


Organized 1942 Superintendent, 0. Israel.
Secretary-Treasurer, 0. Israel.
Territory: North Arcot, South Arcot, Executive Committee: 0. Israel, Ch.
Chingleput, Salem, Coimbatore (Ex- Devasahayam, E. S. Sudarsanam, E.
cluding such portion as is being N. William, Ch. B. William.
worked in the Kanarese language),
Nilgiri Hills, Trichinopoly, Tanjore. Departmental Secretaries:
Ramnad, Madura, Tinnevelly (North Educational and Home Missionary.
of Kovilpatti), Palni Hills, Puduko- 0. Israel.
tah State, Pondicherry, Karaikal. Field Missionary, E. S. Sudarsanam.
Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., 0.
Population: 22,783,740 (Both North and Israel.
South Tamil Missions) : churches, 12 ;
members, 436. Ordained Ministers:
Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist 0. Israel.
Mission, 46 Subramaniapuram Main Honorary: M. P. Daniel.
Road, Madura, South India.
Officers: Licensed Ministers:
Superintendent, S. Thomas. M. Benjamin, Ch. Devasahayam, P.
Secretary-Treasurer, M. Amirtham. Sundar Rao, E. N. William, G. N.
Solomon, K. Solomon.
Executive Committee: S. Thomas, M.
Amirtham, A. M. Jesudawson, C. Licensed Missionaries:
John, M. K. Samuel, A. Selvana- K. P. Jeevaratnarn, N. V. Jesudass,
yagam, N. Vinayagam. D. John, 0. B. Jonathan, L. S. Philip,
Departmental Secretaries: T. Prakasem, N. Subramanyam, 1
Subhoosanam.
Educational and Y. P. M. V., M.
Amirtham. Other Workers:
Field Missionary, M. K. Samuel. R. Nagabhoosanam, M. Jeevarathnam,
Sabbath School and Home Mission- Ch. Krupavaram, G. Samuel, G. Pra-
ary, S. Thomas. sadarao.
Ordained Ministers: Stations: Antervedipalam, Lakkawaram,
S. Thomas, A. Selvanayagam, A. M. Mandapetta, Mirthipadu, Yedithi,
Jesudawson. Narsapur, Narendrapuram, Rajah-
mundry, Rustambada, Vizagapatam,
Licensed Ministers: Chilukuru, Adra, Arthamuru, Chitti-
C. John, N. Vinayagam, M. Amir- thigunta, Digamarru, East Palem,
tham. Gudapalli, Gantipedapudi, Kesana-
Licensed Missionaries: palli, Ersumanda, Gummulur, Kop-
parru, Lankala Koder, Meduru, Sree-
Y. Abraham, Mrs. G. Henry, N. Rat- rangapattam, Viswasahayapuram,
nasamy, M. K. Samuel. Yenuguvanilanka.
Other Workers: 2.
N. B.Some of the stations are
Stations: Madras, Madura, Trichinop- newly opened Sabbath Schools.
oly, Kariananthal, Alagianalloor,
Kalloorany, Tirupur, Ootacamund,
Yellagiri Hills, Nachipalayam, Ketti,
Coonoor, Virudhunagar, Thevaram, SOUTH MALAYALAM MISSION
Kalikappan, Maniampalayam, Pondi- FIELD
cherry. Organized 1942
Territory: South Travancore except
Tamil speaking area.
NORTH TELUGU MISSION FIELD
Organized 1942 Population: 12,500,000 North and South
Malayalam fields ; churches, 17 ; mem-
Territory: East and West Godavari bers, 825.
Districts, and all territory north to Office Address: South Malayalam Mis-
Orissa. sion of Seventh-day Adventists, Nan-
Population: 14,000,000; churches, 12; thencode, Trivandrum, Travancore,
members, 490. South Inida.
Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist Officers:
Mission, Narsapur, West Godavari Superintendent, G. P. Crussiah.
District, South India. Secretary-Treasurer, A. D. Jackson.
186 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION.

Executive Committee: G. P. Crussiah, Field - Missionary, M. K. Samuel.


V. Jacob, A. D. Jackson, P. S. John- Sabbath School and Home Missionary,
son, J. Joshua, L. J. Larson, S. Na- G. Gurubatham,
thaniel, D. Paul. Ordained Ministers:
Departmental Secretaries: G. Gurubatham, S. N. David, C.
Educational, L. J. Larson. Moses, P. K. David. '
Field Missionary, D. Paul.
Home Missionary, G. P. Crussiah. Licensed Ministers:
Sabbath School, J. Joshua. Job Miller, S. K. Arumanayagam.
Y. P. M. V., A. D. Jackson.
Licensed Missionaries:
Ordained Ministers:
S. Seenivasagam, D. Santhanaswamy_
A. C. Jacob, J. Joshua. Enos David.
Licensed Ministers: Other Workers: 11,
V. Jacob, S. Nallathamby, S. Na- Stations: Achampatty, Adyalmuthaloor,
thaniel. Arbnachalapuram, Dennishpuram,
Licensed Missionar:es: Gurugatoor, Kottoor, Kumarikulam,
Moolachi, Nagercoil, Palamcottah,
K. G. Dason, G. Dhermadass, C. P. Palaniyappapuram, Prakasapuram.
John, T. M. Joseph, K. P. Kurian. Sarodu, Sawyerpuram, Tuticorin, Val-
Mrs. Mary, M. C. Moses, J. Paul,
liyoor, Vellachivellai, Sivagnanapu-
M. J. Laban, A. Shadrack, P. S. ram.
Johnson,
Licensed Teacher Evangelists:
,..1-:- Gabriel, A. I. Lazarus, V. S.
Sastry. SOUTH TELUGU MISSION FIELD
Other Worker: 1. Organized- 4942
Stations: Adv:mtpuram, Arumana,
Kunnathukal, Pandarathara, Aruvi- Territory: Kistna and Guntur Districts,
codu, Oondcncodu, Kanjiramkonam, Hyderabad State and all territory
Kulathamal, Manjavilakam, Para- south to Madras.
sala, Kulathoor, Vadacodu, Venga- Population: 14,000,000; churches; 10
noor, Kakamoola, Paruthipally, Vi-. members, 557.
dura, Panavoor, Kokothamangalam, Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist.
Mylady, Ki 7 anguvila, .Vattioorkavoo, Mission, Nuzvid, Kistna District,
Poo!anura. Karamana, Alukadu, Tri- South India.
vandrum, Nedumangode.
Officers:
Superintendent, P. J. Kelly.
,LOUTH TAlVilL MISSION FIELD Secretary-Treasurer, B. S. Moses.
Organized 1942 Executive Committee: P. J. Kelly,
Ch. Devadass, C. H. John, B. S.
Territory: Tinnevelly District and Moses, C. A. W. Ritchie, E. S. Sudar-
Tamil speaking section of South Tra- sanam.
vancore (that portion of Travancore
State lying south and east of the Departmental Secretaries:
river which runs immediately north Educational and Home Missionary,
of Marthandam.) P. J. Kelly.
Population: 11,216,260; churches, 18; eitild Missionary, E. S. Sudarsanam.
members, 599. Sabbath School and Y. P. M. V., B.
S. Moses.
Office Address: Seventh-day Adventist
Mission, Trivandrum Road, Nagercoil, Ordained Ministers::
S. Travancore, South India. Ch. Devadass, P. J. Kelly, Ch. John.
Officers: Licensed Ministers:
Superintendent, G. Gurubatham. E. S. Sudarsanam, M. B. Laban.
Secretary-Treasurer, Enos David:.
Honorary: G. C. Joseph.
Executive. Committee: G. . Guru-
batham; M..:Arputharn, Enos PaiVid, Licensed Missionaries:
Job Miller: M. I. Pakkianathau,;:C. Y. Daniel, P. Devadanam, M. Jacob,
Moses, M. K. Samuel. P. Jacob, S. Joseph, P. Mosea; M.- V.
Departmental Secretaries: Nehemiah, R. S. P. Rao, D. Samuel,
Satyanandam, B. Solomon.
Educational and Y. P. M. V.,. M. I,
Pakkiahathan. . . Other Workers: 6. -
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 181

Stations: Guntur, Bezwada, Nandi- Atkuru, Pekkellapadu, Pedapudi, Goo-


gama, Chenderlapadu, Keesaru, Mad- varam, Yelamandala, Dondapuda Ma-
havaram, Nuzvid, Woodpeta, Moga- sulipatam, Doddadevarapadu, Nar-
larajapuram, Hanumanthunigudem, saravupet a.

WESTERN INDIA UNION. MISSION


Organized 1929; reorganized 1937 and 1941

Territory:. Bombay Presidency, the Bombay Mission Station


parts of Hyderabad State related
thereto by language, Central India; Address: 15 Club Back Road, Byculla,
Central Provinces with related native Bombay, India.
states, and Goa. Churches: 2 ; members, 58.
Population: 54,562,622 ; churches, 13 : Directors' G. A. Hamilton.
members, 634.
Ordained Minister: G. A. Hamilton.
Postal Address: Box 64, Poona, India. Licensed Minister: H. P. Khajekar.
Officers: Licensed Missionaries:
Superintendent, F. E. SoieSs. Mrs. G. A. Hamilton, Miss F. Tuckey.
Secretary Treasurer, I. K. Moses.
Executive Committee: F. E. Spiess,
G. A. Hamilton, B. J.. Hivale, J. Central Marathi Mission Station
Johannes, .-R. S. Lowry, W. H. Mc-
Henry, W. J. McHenry, I. K. Moses. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Pensioners'
Lines No. 5, Ahmednagar, India.
Departmental Secretaries:
Churches: 3 ; members, 183.
Education, R. S. Lowry.
Home Missionary, W. Janes. Director: W. J. McHenry.
Medical, Licensed Ministers: K. E. Bunsode, W.
Publishing, W. Janes. J. McHenry.
Sabbath School, Mrs. F. E. Spiess.
Y. P. M. V., Licensed Missionaries: Mrs. W. J. Mc-
Henry, M. D. Moses.
Ordained Minister: F. E. Spiess.
Teacher-Evangelist: A. L. Wood.
Licensed Ministers:
Bible Instructor: Gracebai Bhakre.
R. S. Lowry, I. K. Moses.
Honorary: G. S. Borge. Village Schools: 2.
Licensed Missionaries: Central Province Mission Station
Mrs. R. S. Lowry, N. Matthews, Mrs. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Civil Lines,
F. E. Spiess. Nagpur, Central Province, India.
Honorary: 0. B. Pakhre, J. L. Wal- Members:. 33.
ekhar.
Evangelist: H. C. Lamb.
Teacher Evangelists:
S. B. Gaikwad, C. N. John. S. L.
Khandagle, N. 0. Matthews, Sumitra Kalyan Mission Station
Pandit, Hanabai Ranade, P. M. Address: S. D. A. Mission, Kalyan,
Thomas. Bombay Province, India.
Church: 1 ; members, 17.
Gujerati Mission Station Director: F. E. Spiess.
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Nanpura, Licensed Minister: S. S. Chavan.
Surat, India. Licensed Missionary: S. P. Engles.
Church: 1 ; members, 40.
Director: J. Johannes.
Kolhapur Mission Station
Licensed Ministers:
J. Johannes, C. K. Rathod. Address: S. D. A. 'Mission, Shahupuri,
Kolhapur, India.
Licensed Missionaries:
-T. S. Arlie, Mrs. J. Johannes, V. T. Churches: 3 ; members, 156.
Thomas. Director: F. E. Spiess.
188 SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION

Licensed Minister: B. J. Hivale. Kottarakara Secondary Boarding


School, Kottarakara, South Traven-
Licensed Missionaries: core, South India.
M. P. Jadhav, V. P. Muthiah, S. S. Kottawa Secondary Boarding School,
Pandit. Kottawa, Pannipittiya, Colombo,
Teacher Evangelists: Ceylon.
Lasalgaon Secondary Boarding School,
D. D. Bunsode, S. B. Devadi, Belvant Lasalgaon, Nasik District, India.
H. Kale, B. P. Nade, Esterbai S. Meiktila Secondary Boarding School,
Sanade, V. S. Shinde. Meiktila, Burma.*
Myaungmya Elementary School, S. D.
Bible Instructor: Dayabai Gaikwad. A. Mission, Myaungmya, Burma.*
Village Schools: 5. Narsapur Secondary Boarding School
of S. D. A., Narsapur, West Goda-
vary, South India.
Ohndaw Elementary Boarding School,
Poona Mission Station Ohn daw, Shwegon P. 0., Thaton
Address: S. D. A. Mission, Post Box 64, District, via Moulmein, Burma.
Poona, India. Poona Elementary Day School, Salis-
bury Park, Poona, India.
Churches: 3 ; members, 180. Prakasapuram Secondary Boarding
Director: F. E. Spiess. School, S. D. A. Mission, Praka-
Ordained Minister: W. H. McHenry. sapuram, Mukuperi Post, Tinne-
velly District, South India.
Licensed Ministers: Rangoon Elementary Church School,
D. P. Borge, P. E. Phasge. 68 Wisara Road, Rangoon, Burma.*
Roorkee Secondary Boarding School,
Licensed Missionary: Mrs. W. H. Mc- The Retreat, Roorkee, U. P., India.
Henry. Shillong Elementary Day School,
Nongthymmai, Shillong, Assam.
Teacher-Evangelists: Spicer College, Aundh Road, Kirkee,
A. M. Job, D. N. Ohal, Miss M. D. near Poona, India.
Rajarathnamma, K. S. Rasalam. Vincent Hill School and Junior Col-
Evangelists: lege, Mussoorie, India.
D. P. Borge, V. P. Muthiah, P. R. Publishing:
Phasge.
Oriental Watchman Publishing House,
Elementary School: 1 ; Dispensary, 1. Post Box 85, Poona, India: with
depots at Bangalore, New Delhi,
Rangoon, Ranchi, Poona.
INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTHERN
ASIA DIVISION Medical:
Educational: Sanitariums and Hospitals
Bangalore Secondary Day School, Giffard Mission Hospital of S. D. A.,
S. D. A. Mission School, 8 Spencer Nuzvid, Kistna District, South In-
Road, Cleveland Town, Bangalore. dia.
Calcutta Elementary Day School, 36 Gopalganj Hospital, S. D. A. Mission
Park St., Calcutta, India. Hospital, P. 0. Gopalganj, District
Chuharkana Elementary Boarding Faridpur, Bengal, India.
School, Chuharkana, N. W. Rly., Simla Sanitarium, "Canton House,"
Punjab, India. Simla, India.
Hapur Elementary Boarding School, Surat Hospital, S. D. A. Mission,
S. D. A. Mission, Hapur, U. P., Surat, Bombay Presidency, India.
India.
Jalirpar Secondary Boarding School, Dispensaries
S. D. A., Mission, P. 0. Jalirpar, Adayal Mudalur Dispensary, Tinne-
Faridpur District, East Bengal, velly District, South India.
India. Brightlands Nursing Home, Bright-
Jowai Secondary Boarding School, lands, Maymyo, Burma.*
Jowai, Via Shillong, Assam, India. Chuharkana Dispensary, Chuharkana
Karmatar Secondary Boarding School, Mandi, Punjab, India.
S. D. A. Mission, Karmatar, E. I. Hapur Dispensary, S. D. A. Mission,
Rly., India. Hapur, Meerut District, India.
Khunti Elementary Boarding School, Htugyi Dispensary, S. D. A. Mission,
Khunti, Ranchi District, India. Htugyi, Burma.*
Kollegal Elementary Boarding School, Kottarakara Dispensary, S. D. A.
Kollegal, Coimbatore District, In- Mission, Kottarakara, Travancore,
dia. South India.
SOUTHERN ASIA DIVISION 189

Meiktila Dispensary, Meiktila, Burma. Prakasapuram Dispensary, Prakasa-


Myaungmya Dispensary, Mosokwin, puram, Mukuperi Post, Tinnevelly
Rd., Mayaungmya, Burma. District, South India.
Narsapur Mission Dispensary, S. D. Shwengaungbin Dispensary, Shwen-
A. Mission, Narsapur, W. Godavary gaungbin, Burma.
District, South India. Spicer College Dispensary, Aundh
Ohndaw Dispensary, Ohndaw, Swe- Road, Kirkee, Near Poona, India.
gon P. 0., Thaton District, Burma. Votaw Welfare Center, Salisbury
Palaniappapuram Dispensary, Pala- Park, Poona, India.
niappapuram, Tinnevelly District,
South India. Closed owing to war.
SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DIVISION
Organized 1928

The official and workers' lists here Officers:


given for the Southern European Di-
vision and its union and local fields President, A. V. Olson.
are the same as those appearing in Secretary, W. R. Beach.
the 1943 Year Book, with the tem- Treasurer and Auditor, F. Brennwald.
porary addition of those of Bulgaria Division Committee: A. V. Olson,
and Greece. W. R. Beach, L. Beer, F. Brennwald,
Territory: Switzerland, Liechtenstein, F. Charpiot, J. de Caenel, D. Florea,
France, Hungary, Monaco, Belgium, R. Gerber, A. J. Girou, A. Lorencin,
Luxembourg, Spain, Andorra, Portu- 0. Meyer, J. Nussbaum, H. Struve.
gal, Italy, Vatican State, San Marino,
Jugoslavia, Rumania, Tripolitania, Departmental Secretaries:
Cyrenaica, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Educational, W. R. Beach.
Morocco, Tangier, Rio de Oro, Mau- Home Missionary, H. Struve.
ritania, Senegal, Portuguese Guinea, Medical and Religious Liberty, J.
the Azores Islands, Madeira, Canary Nussbaum, 49 avenue de Is Grande
Islands, Cape Verde Islands, Mada- Armee, Paris 16, France.
gascar, Reunion, Mauritius and De- Ministerial Association, A. V. Olson.
pendencies, the Seychelles