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THE JAPAN 

CHRISTIAN YEARBOOK 

1955 



A Survey of 

The Christian Movement in Japan 

during 1954 

Edited by 
HOWARD F. HUFF 



THE CHRISTIAN LITERATURE SOCIETY 

(KYO BUN KWAN) 

CHRISTIAN CENTER 

TOKYO 

Foreign Sales : Friendship Press, 257 
Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y, 



The Japan Christian Yearbook 
for 1955 is a continuation of 
the Japan Mission Yearbook and 
is the forty-fourth issue of the 
Christian Movement in Japan 
and Formosa. 



EDITORIAL COMMITTEE 

Akira Ebizawa Alden Matthews 
Howard Huff Mary McCrimmon 
Hazel Hughes Shotaro Miyoshi 
Keizo Manabe Barbara Nuding 
John Skillman 



The Japan Christian Yearbook 

is published under the auspices of 
the Fellowship of Christian Mission- 
aries in cooperation with the Japan 
National Christian Council. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Preface 6 

SECTION I 

Significant Developments in The Christian 
Movement in Japan 

Dr. Paul Mayer 

Eighth General Assembly of the Kyodan 9 

Fifteen Christians in Japanese Parliament 12 

Tragedy 12 

Veteran Missionaries Depart 14 

Dr. Emil Brunner 15 

Special Anniversaries 17 

Special Evangelistic Efforts 19 

World Wide Contacts 21 

The Colloquial Bible 23 

Ventures In Cooperation 25 

The United Christian Missionary Society 25 

German Missions 26 

Lutheran Unity 28 

•^International Christian University 31 

New Interest in Medical Work 33 

Deaconess Work in Japan 35 

Japan Church World Service 37 

Work for Service Men 40 

Japanese-American Orphans 42 

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Audio-Visual Evangelism 14 

Occupational Evangelism 46 

Home Visitation Evangelism 48 

The Catholic Church in Japan 50 

The Centenary Movement 53 

SECTION II 
Graphs and Statistic 

Graphs , 59 

Religions in Japan 59 

Nationalities of Missionaries in Japan for the Year 1954 60 

Churches, Clergy, Baptisms, Christians in Japan 1949-1954... 61 

Church Membership — Japanese Clergy — Missionaries 

by Churches 62 

Social Work 66 

\ Education 70 

Specialized Evangelism 72 

Statistics 74 

Church 74 

Social Work 86 

\ Education 89 

Specialized Evangelism 92 

SECTION III 

♦ 

Directories 

Japanese Church Headquaters 96 

Headquarters of Other Religious and Social Organizations 115 

NStudent Centers in Japan 123 

Christian Rural Centers 124 

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Protestant Schools in Japan 128 

Important 1954 Christian Publications in Japan 174 

Mission Boards and Societies 183 

Missionaries by Missions 203 

Missionaries- by Towns 246 

Alphabetical List of Missionaries, with Addresses 298 

APPENDIX 

Prefectures in Romaji and Kanji 469 

Towns and Cities in Romaji and Kanji 470 



PREFACE 

As this 1955 JAPAN CHRISTIAN YEARBOOK goes 
to press the thing which impresses one most about the 
Japanese Christian enterprise is that there is a growing 
mutual appreciation of the work done by native Japanese 
churchmen and missionaries from abroad. The Holy 
Spirit achieves this fellowship in Christ and the effects 
are broad and deep. On every hand the air is full of 
expressed desires for fuller cooperation. Witnessing for 
Christ in Japan, as in many other countries today, soon 
brings a conviction that all the concerted effort possible 
by those who call themselves Christian is not enough. 
Increasingly an inward judgmental pressure urges us 
toward the center of our Christian life, and as we draw 
nearer to our Lord, Jesus the Christ, we find ourselves 
nearer to each other. Many are the missionaries who 
have found their own faith nurtured by daily association 
with Japanese Christians and missionaries of other tradi- 
tions. New life is springing from these encounters. New 
life, and a contagion — a contagion of love and unity. 
Should we discover that this infectious power is the true 
life of Christ's Church, we can only confess humbly that 
it is God's act by the working of His Holy Spirit. 

You will notice that the contents of this book are 
different from previous years. At the conference of the 

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PREFACE / 

Fellowship of Christian Missionaries, held at Lake Nojiri 
during the latter part of July 1954, action was taken to 
shorten the survey articles in the YEARBOOK. At the 
sametime, the editorial staff of this volume was urged to 
make the directories even more useful to the missionaries 
of this land. This we have tried to do. 

Pitfalls lay before us all the way. Statistics in Japan 
are precarious. Sometimes differences in cultural values 
upset any scale of probability. At Other times, figures 
from sources which are reasonably self-consistent never- 
theless stand in serious contrast when compared to each 
other. No method of weighing relative reliability is 
known to us. 

We are aware of discrepancies that appear in our 
statistics. We have attempted to measure these and allow 
for their full importance ; but, even after doing our best, 
difficulties remain. Rather than attempt to camouflage 
them, we simply ask your forbearance and— wherever 
possible — a greater degree of personal cooperation in 
subsequent years. 

Allow me to add at this point that the compilers of 
this book are not "ithmatical" fiends. Their souls do not 
delight in statistics and they know better than any others 
how imperfectly the fruits of their labors portray the 
work for Christ in Japan. Without exception, they are 
people who have added this to already full schedules 
because their fellow missionaries pressed upon them this 
task. They have discharged their heavy responsibilities well. 



PR IF ACE 



No editor should fail to 'attribute to his staff his 
thanks for the hours of selfless effort spent in producing a 
work such as this. But when the occasion arises that an 
editor must leave such a project before it is actually 
finished, he must surely mention his gratitude for such 
capable and faithful co-workers. Mr. John Skillman, of 
Aoyama Gakuin University, has seen this work to its 
completion. All hail to him and to the others of the 
editorial and publishing staff. 

A last word of gratitude to Dr. Paul Mayer. Already 
taxed with too many responsibilities, he nevertheless 
consented to bring to us in our one survey article his 
insights derived from many, many years as a missionary 
in this land. All of us stand in his debt. May this volume 
convey to millions a wide understanding of what is being 
done for Japan in the name of the Savior. 

The Editor. 



SECTION I 

SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS IN 

THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT 

IN JAPAN 

By PAUL S. MAYER 

The purpose of the following article is to call atten- 
tion to some of the significant events that have trans- 
pired in the Christian movement in Japan. There has 
heen no attempt to follow a straight chronological line. 
No doubt some important items have been overlooked. 
Another writing on the same theme would perhaps 
follow a different emphasis. This review is not neces- 
sarily limited to the period of last year. Rather an 
attempt has been made, while recording some of the 
events that have occurred recently, to point out at the 
same time certain trends which have been in evidence 
since the end of the war, when in a general way an old 
era closed and a new era began. 

EIGHTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
OF THE KYODAN 

The Eighth General Assembly of the Kyodan was 
held in the Fujimi-cho Church, Tokyo, October 26-28, 
1955. The number of delegates in attendance was 400, 
equally divided between ministers and laymen. This 

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10 SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 

Eighth General Assembly was marked by a number of 
important actions and decisions. First, to be noted 
was a complete change in leadership. When the Kyo- 
dan was organized in 1941, the Moderator elected was 
Rev. Mitsuru Tomita of the former Presbyterian church. 
Rev. Tomita served in this capacity during the period 
of the war until 1946. At the special General Assembly 
called that year, Dr. Michio Kozaki, a former Congre- 
gational pastor, was chosen as Moderator. At the 1954 
meeting of the General Assembly Rev. Ken Muto was 
elected. Rev. Muto is of Methodist background, former 
president of Kassui Girls' School and pastor of Central 
Tabernacle, Tokyo. The Vice-moderator, Rev. Gosaku 
Okada, comes from the former United Brethren Church. 
He is a pastor of one of Tokyo's largest churches and 
professor in the Japan Biblical Seminary. The record- 
ing secretary is Rev. Takihito Yamakita, a former 
Baptist. The position of General Secretary of the Kyo- 
dan is ably tilled by Rev. Iwao Niwa, former Congre- 
gationalism 

A second noteworthy fact of this Assembly was the 
greater place given to laymen. Heretofore the powerful 
Executive Committee which functions between the 
meetings of the Assembly, consisted of eight ministers 
and nine laymen. The 1955 Assembly changed this, so 
that the Executive Committee now consists of fourteen 
ministers and thirteen laymen. The caliber of these lay 
representatives is clearly indicated by the following 
facts. One of the thirteen is a woman, a leader in 
woman's work; one was formerly an admiral in the 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 1 1 

Japanese navy; four are members of the Diet, one 
having served at one time as Minister of Finance in 
the Japnese Government; three have held prominent 
positions in the educational field and four in the busi- 
ness world. 

Thirdly, the Kyodan after a number of years of 
careful study and considerable discussion finally at 
this session approved a Confession of Faith. This 
Confession of Faith appeared on page 101 of last year's 
Yearbook, but it was not definitely approved until the 
1954 session of the General Assembly. Fourthly, this 
General Assembly adopted a resolution which called 
for the organization of the Sogodendo Iinkwai or a 
kind of Home Missionary Society. This new organiz- 
ation is the evangelistic arm of the Kyodan. All phases 
of evangelistic work come under its general super- 
vision. 

This Eighth General Assembly, without a doubt, 
was a highwater mark in the history of the Kyodan. 
Formed on June 24th, 1941, under the compulsion of 
the immediate prewar crisis, thirty three different de- 
nominations cooperating, the Kyodan in its brief his- 
tory has faced a number of serious situations which 
threatened its unity. A number of denominations, such 
as the Anglican, the Lutheran, the Southern Baptist 
and the Salvation Army have withdrawn. A part of 
the Presbyterian-Reformed group also withdrew. In 
each of the previous Assemblies there was a certain 
amount of tension. The Eighth Assembly was entirely 
free from such tension. The entire session, character- 



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ized by vigorous discussion, manifested a remarkable 
spirit of unity. The Kyodan has found itself. 

FIFTEEN CHRISTIANS IN JAPANESE 
PARLIAMENT 

In the general election held in February, 1955, fifteen 
Christians were elected to seats in the Lower House. 
There are 407 members in the Japanese Diet. Christians 
form only 0.5 per cent of the total population, but 
their representation is the Diet is 3.2 per cent. Ten of 
the newly elected members belong to the Kyodan. They 
are Kei Hoashi, Mrs. Satoko Togano, Shutaro Matsu- 
ura, Jiro Hoshijima, Yoshio Suzuki, Motojiro Sugi- 
yama, Jotaro Kawakami, Tomomatsu Hasegawa, To- 
shihisa Yamamoto and Tokutaro Kitamura. The other 
live are former Premier Tetsu Katayama, a Presby- 
terian; Dr. Jinkichi Shirama, a Roman Catholic. Presi- 
dent Shigeyoshi Matsumae, an Evangelical Lutheran; 
Kozo Inomata, an Anglican, and former speaker of the 
Lower House, Komakichi Matsuoka, a Baptist. Mr. 
Jotaro Kawakami is the chairman of the Right-Wing 
Socialist Parly. Mr Tokutaro Kitamura was a Minister 
of Finance in a former Cabinet. Mr. Motojiro Sugiyama, 
intimate friend and co-worker of Dr. Kagawa, has been 
elected vice-chairman of the Lower House. 

TRAGEDY 

Among Protestant missionaries in Japan since the 
beginning of their work in 1859 there has been no one 
who has met the fate of a martyr. However in the 



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course of nearly one hundred years, tragedy in the 
form of sudden death has struck again and again. 
Volcano, earthquake, river, sea, accident and robbers 
have taken their toll from among the missionary group. 
The first of such tragedies occurred in 1870 when Mr. 
and Mrs. Gomes and their little son were killed in the 
explosion of the boiler of the boat on which they were 
going from Tokyo to Yokohama. 

The latest of such tragedies took place on Septem- 
ber 26th, 1954, when the Toya Maru, the ferry plying 
between Honshu and Hokkaido, capsized in the harbor 
of Hakodate, carrying 1,129 people to a watery grave. 
Three missionaries were on board the ill fated vessel. 
Mr. Don Orth was saved fortunately, but Mr. Dean 
Leeper of the YMCA and Rev. A. R. Stone lost their 
lives. Mr. Leeper who was engaged in student work 
with the Y was in his second term of service, having 
just previous to the tragedy returned to Japan from 
furlough. Mr. Stone was a missionary of the United 
Church of Canada. He first came to Japan in 1926. At 
the close of the war he resumed his work as a mission- 
ary. Due largely to his untiring efforts the Kyodan 
caught a new vision of the importance of rural work. 
The Training School for Rural Workers at Hino near 
Tokyo owes its establishment largely to Mr. Stone. 
He served as the secretary of the Cooperative Evan- 
gelism Committee. He resigned this position to take 
up pioneer evangelism in Hokkaido. He was on his 
way to attend the conference on evangelism at Kutsu- 
kake when his untimely deatli took place. Two very 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 

widely attended funeral services took place in Tokyo. 
Mr. Stone was posthumously decorated with the fifth 
order. 



VETERAN MISSIONARIES DEPART 

In January 195;"), Dr. and Mrs. Win. Axling left 
Japan after more than fifty years of service in this 
country. Dr. and Mrs. Axling first arrived in Japan 
in 1901 as missionaries of the American Baptist Foreign 
Mission Society. Stationed first in Sendai, they later 
moved to Tokyo where Dr. Axling established the 
Misaki Kaikwan (Baptist Tabernacle), a pioneer in- 
stitution in social service work. Because of his pro- 
ficiency in the Japanese language, Dr. Axling soon 
became a preacher who was frequently called upon to 
fill pulpits, not only in his own denomination, but also 
in many other churches. Dr. Axling served for many 
years as English secretary of the National Christian 
Council. In that capacity he represented Japan at a 
number of international gatherings. 

In 1941 when the relations between Japan and the 
United States were rapidly reaching a crisis, an effort 
was made by the Christians of Japan to ease the ten- 
sion. A number of outstanding Christian leaders pro- 
ceeded to the United States to meet with churchmen of 
America. This historic gathering convened in River- 
side, California. Dr. Axling accompanied the group 
from Japan as interpreter and advisor. Upon the out- 
break of the w r ar Dr. and Mrs. Axling were interned, 
returning to the United States on the second exchange 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 1 5 

ship in September, 1943. 

After the end of the war Dr. and Mrs. Axling came 
to Japan again, this time as retired missionaries. Dr. 
Axling was engaged by the Kyodan as a special travel- 
ling evangelist. In this capacity he travelled all over 
Japan, preaching in the churches and enrolling many 
inquirers. Dr. Axling has no doubt spoken in more 
Japanese churches than any other missionary. Dr. 
Axling is the author of several books, the best known 
being his "Kagawa." When the impaired eye sight of 
Mrs. Axling made it necessary for them to return to 
the United States, signal honors were conferred upon 
them. Since the close of the war, many missionaries, 
especially those engaged in educational and social ser- 
vice work, have been honored by the Japan Govern- 
ment with special decorations. These have been of the 
fifth and fourth grade. Dr. Axling, however, was award- 
ed the order of the second grade. Dr. Axling was also 
given the key to the city of Tokyo. This is the first 
time that such high honors have been bestowed upon 
a missionary. 

DR. EMIL BRUNNER 

Dr. and Mrs. Emil Brunner arrived in Japan on 
October 1st, 1953 and left for Switzerland in July, 1955. 
Dr. Brunner was for thirty years professor of Christian 
Theology in the University of Zurich. He resigned this 
position to accept an appointment at the International 
Christian University. At this institution on three dif- 
ferent occasions he taught the course in Introduction 



lo Christianity. This course is required of all candi- 
dates for a degree from the College of Liberal Arts. 
The third time this course was taught (April to July, 
1955) the total registration was 250 students. In addi- 
tion there were usually 50 to 100 auditors present. This 
has been by far the largest registration of any course 
taught at the University thus far. He also taught ad- 
vanced courses in Justice and Freedom in Society, 
Christian Ethics and Modern Society, Existentialism 
and Western Social Theory and Ethics. He organized 
the faculty Bible class which met regularly at his home 
and proved to be a unifying force among scholars of 
varied backgrounds. 

The willingness of Dr. Brunner to give up an im- 
portant post in a great European university to come 
to Japan was a matter of constant inspiration to other 
faculty members. He organized informal extra curri- 
cula!* Bible classes for students. His chapel talks and 
sermons at the newly organized university church were 
deeply appreciated by faculty and students alike. In 
addition to his work at the University, Dr. Brunner 
was called upon for innumerable addresses at confer- 
ences, conventions and meetings of missionaries, pas- 
tors, educators, scholars and lay people. Everywhere 
large audiences were inspired by his messages. No 
Christian scholar, visiting Japan in recent years, has 
exerted so profound an influence. He remained longer 
than most. His reputation as an outstanding theologi- 
an assured him of a great hearing. The man himself 
was readily approachable. Although lecturing on pro- 



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found themes, his language was simple and easily 
understood. His occasional criticism of the church 
and his rather marked leaning towards the non-Church 
groups in Japan called forth sharp replies from the 
regular church leaders. 

SPECIAL ANNIVERSARIES 

The year 1955 will see two of Japan's great organiz- 
ations observing anniversaries. OfTicers of the Salva- 
tion Army arrived In Japan in 1895. There came to 
them at that lime a young man who was destined to 
hecome one of the great Christians of Japan — Gumpei 
Yamamuro, who later became Territorial Commander. 
Of him some one has said "he won for the Army and 
for his own devotion the highest esteem from people 
from all walks of life, was decorated by the Emperor 
of Japan for social services to his countrymen and 
received the Order of the Founder from the General. 
More than fifty hooks and pamphlets and a constant 
stream of articles poured from his gifted pen." Among 
these books was his famous "The Common People's 
Gospel" which is still regarded as a masterpiece of 
simple, clear Christian teaching. 

The Salvation Army suffered severely during the 
war. Some its officers were the first to he detained by 
the police. Recovery since the end of the war has been 
steady. The War Cryjhe Young Soldier and the Officer 
Magazine are published again. Major Yamamuro, 
daughter of the great Commander, is actively engaged 
in retranslating and publishing many urgently needed 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



Salvation Army books. In addition to numerous cen- 
ters of evangelical activity throughout the country, 
work is now being carried on in homes for children 
and young women, for men of the laboring class and 
in two large sanatoria for tubercular patients. More 
than sixty young Japanese have been trained and com- 
missioned during the past several years. 

1955 is the centennial year of the establishment of 
the World Council of Y.M.C.A.'s. The Young Men's 
Christian Association has formed an international 
bridge of friendship and understanding across every 
continent and most nations of the world. In August 
1955, in Paris the first post-war world gathering of the 
Y.M.C.A.'s will be held. Forty two delegates will 
represent the Y.M.C.A.'s of Japan at this significant 
conclave. The theme of the centennial is "That they 
all may be one." The past decade has been one of 
marked advance for the Japanese Y.M.C.A. in the fields 
of physical education and recreation, camping, work 
with high schools youth through Hi-Y clubs, training 
of lay members to committee responsibilities, spiritual 
emphasis and the reconstruction of Y.M.C.A. facilities. 

Nine camps under the direction of local Y.M.C.A.'s 
have been established and organized camping has be- 
come a part of the summer Y.M.C.A. program. Coupled 
with reconstruction and the broadening of Y.M.C.A. 
services to member and non-member groups, there has 
been an increase in the personal growth and develop- 
ment of individuals coming in contact with the Move- 
ment. Greater emphasis is being placed on the Y.M.C.A. 



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and its services as being complimentary to the Chris- 
tian work being carried on in the Christian churches 
of Japan. The Y.M.C.A. affords the individual Chris- 
tian the practical application in a host of activities the 
Christian principles taught by the Christian church. 

SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC EFFORTS 

Dendo, evangelism, is a popular word among the 
Christians of Japan. Conscious of the fact that only a 
very small minority of the eighty eight million people 
have been reached by the Christian message, evan- 
gelism is bound to receive a special emphasis. Every 
Sunday night meeting is called an evangelistic service. 
At least once or twice a year special evangelistic meet- 
ings are arranged. Rural evangelism, occupational 
evangelism, visitation evangelism, student evangelism 
are widely used. Caravans, work camps, literature, 
audio-visual aids and many other methods are employ- 
ed to carry the message to the unreached millions. 
One missionary hired a plane to scatter thousands of 
leaflets over a Kyushu city, an indication of things to 
come. Dr. Kagawa's evangelistic efforts are nation- 
wide. Assistance in evangelism from abroad are wel- 
comed and appreciated. During the past year there 
have been two such efforts which have achieved good 
results. 

Dr. E. Stanley Jones made his fourth visit to Japan 
from February 1st, 1955, to the end of April. During 
that lime Dr. Jones visited 72 cities and towns in all 
parts of Japan. Contrary to predictions this fourth 



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visit of Dr. Jones showed no diminishing of interest 
in his form of evangelism. The mneh publicized anti- 
American spirit was not in evidence. About 25,000 de- 
cisions were reported. These are divided into three 
groups; those who having heard the Christian message 
for the first time would like to learn more about it; 
those who have received some instruction in the past 
express a desire for baptism and those who have been 
Christians, but feci the need of deeper consecration. 

A very unique efTort has been introduced by Rev. 
Lawrence Lacour. Coming to Japan in 197)0 with his 
Musical Crusade, he was impressed by the opportunity 
for evangelism and he devised the method of bringing 
a group of ministers and laymen to Japan for the 
summer months. The first such group arrived in the 
summer of 1954. More than twenty men and women 
composed this first delegation. They proceeded to 
Fukushima Prefecture and for two months these Amer- 
ican ministers and laymen lived in Japanese style in 
ten small centers of the Prefecture. 

With the help of interpreters they preached the 
Gospel to children and adults. In the small town of 
Yabuki, where a Negro pastor worked, fourteen were 
baptized at the end of the summer. The experiment 
of the first year was so successful that Mr. Lacour has 
brought a larger group for the summer of 1955. Thirty 
four men and women have arrived. The ten centers 
of Fukushima Prefecture will again be occupied and 
in addition four centers 'in the Tokyo area and eight 
in the west will be opened. The fact that these Amer- 



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ican men and women, accustomed to all the comforts 
of American life, are willing for the sake of the King- 
dom to come to Japan in the heat of the summer and 
spend two months in surroundings which are entirely 
strange to them has made a deep impression on the 
Japanese. 

WORLD WIDE CONTACTS 

Numerous Christian leaders from all parts of the 
world continue to come to Japan. Japanese Christians 
aiso are going ahroad in ever increasing numbers. It 
is hoped that this exchange of visitors will foster a 
greater ecumenical spirit. Outstanding, of course, 
during this past year was the attendance of Japanese 
Christian leaders at the Second General Assembly of 
the World Council of Christian Churches, held at 
Evanston, Illinois, August 1-15. Only two of Japan's 
numerous denominations were entitled to representa- 
tion at the Assembly; namely, the Kyodan and the 
Nippon Seikokwai (Anglican). Dr. Michio Kozaki, 
Rev. Shiro Murata and Rev. Shigehary Oishi repre- 
sented the Kyodan and Prof. W. E. Kan the Anglican 
group. There were also four Japanese consultants, two 
youth consultants and eight accredited visitors. Among 
the consultants were Dr. Toyohiko Kagawa and Mr. 
Soichi Saito, secretary of the National Y. 

According to reports the Japanese representatives 
were rather quiescent, but they did present the resolu- 
tion of the Japanese Christians against the use of the 
hydrogen bomb. The introduction of this resolution 



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.OPMENTS 



brought forth considerable publicity in the United 
States. Three representatives of the Home and Family 
Lite committee of the National Christian Council at- 
tended the East Asia Christian Family Life conference 
in Manila; three delegates from the Audio-Visual Com- 
missions represented Japan at the conference held at 
Bangkok; and several Japanese leaders have visited 
Okinawa and Formosa. Young Christian people have 
gone to the Philippines. 

At the third Jubilee of the Bible Soeieties in London 
Secretary T. Miyakoda of the Japan Bible Society 
represented Japan. Secretary M. Fujita of the Church 
School Commission of the NCC attended the Assembly 
for the World Council of Chrstian Education. At that 
time he extended an invitation to hold the next world 
convention in Tokyo. Such a convention was held in 
Tokyo in 1920 and made a profound impression upon 
the entire Japanese nation. The date will be 1958. 

An informal invitation to hold the next General 
Assembly of the World Council of Christian Churches 
in Japan was extended. It is doubtful, however, whe- 
ther Japan would be able to entertain two world 
gatherings at practically the same time. The East Asia 
Consultation on Ecumenical Mission was held in Hong- 
kong, July 23-26, 1954. Rev. Kozo Kashiwai represented 
the Kyodan. This conference convened under the lead- 
ership of Dr. John Coventry Smith, Associate General 
Secretary of the Presbyterian Boa*'d. Dr. Smith out- 
lined briefly the purpose of the conference in the fol- 
lowing words "that the need for such a consultation 
had been underscored repeatedly during recent months 
by expressed requests from various lands for fraternal 



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workers to be sent from lands other than those tradi- 
tionally on the sending end of the missionary pro- 
gram." Japanese Christians are making an increasingly 
large contribution in various ways to the development 
of the Christian movement in other lands, especially 
upon those in South Asia. 

THE COLLOQUIAL BIBLE 

The years 1954 and 1955 will long be remembered 
in the history of the Christian movement in Japan as 
the lime when the Bible was published in the colloquial 
of the Japanese language. The work of Bible trans- 
lation and publication has had a long and honorable 
history in Japan. A convention of missionaries in 1872 
appointed a committee to translate the New Testament. 
A permanent committee was set up in 1878 which re- 
vised the translations that had been made. The New 
Testament was completed in 1880 and on April 19th 
of that year proper celebrations were held. The com- 
plete Bible was not issued until 1888. Later four Japa- 
nese scholars and four missionaries prepared a revi- 
sion of the New Testament which was in use from 
1917, until 1954 when the colloquial New Testament 
was published. 

The need for the revision of the Old Testament was 
also keenly felt. Just before the outbreak of the war 
a committee was appointed to revise the Old Testa- 
ment. It worked through the period of the war, but 
when the war ended, the need for the revision was no 
longer felt so keenly. The revision prepared by the 



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committee was received by the Japan Bible Society 
but never published. Changes taking place in the 
Japanese language made imperative the translation of 
the Bible into the colloquial. In 1951 a committee was 
appointed to make this revision. The Japan Bible So- 
ciety agreed to contribute one third of the necessary 
expenses and the British and Foreign Bible Society 
and the American Bible Society cooperated in provid- 
ing the balance. 

Six Japanese scholars were selected. For the Old 
Testament they were Rev. Senji Tsuru (chairman), 
Rev. Giichiro Tezuka and Rev. Toshio Endo. For the 
New Testament they were Rev. Takuo Matsumoto 
(chairman), Rev. Saigo Yamaya and Rev. Masashi 
Takahashi. Rev. Tsuru was the chairman of both 
committees. The revision of the New Testament in the 
colloquial was completed after three years and a cele- 
bration of this memorable event was held on April, 
1954. The revision of the Old Testament required more 
time. It was completed in the fall of 1954, but the 
celebration of the historic completion of the revision 
of the whole Bible into the colloquial was not held 
until April 15, 1955. Before a large representative 
gathering in the Ginza church, the colloquial Bible was 
dedicated to the service of God and man. Representa- 
tives from the British and Foreign Bible Society, the 
American Bible Society and the Korean Bible Society 
were present and brought greetings. Messages of con- 
gratulation were read from the Prime Minister and the 
Minister of Education. Rev. Ken Muto, Moderator of 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 25 

the Kyodan, and Mr. Genjiro Sugiyania, vice-chairman 
of the Lower House, expressed Iheir felicitations over 
the revision of the Bible into the colloquial. 

The significance of the publication of the colloquial 
Bible lies not only in the fact that the Bible has now 
been published in the language that everyone can under- 
stand, but also in the fact that for the first lime in the 
history of Bible translation and revision in Japan the 
entire work has been accomplished by Japanese schol- 
ars. Since the end of the war 20,000,000 copies of the 
Bible have been circulated by the Japan Bible Society. 

VENTURES IN COOPERATION 

The United Christian Missionary Society 

Because the nature of the United Christian Mis- 
sionary Society participation in the Interboard Com- 
mittee for Christian Work in Japan seemed to create 
a feeling of uncertainty and ambiguity as to whether 
this mission was operating on the same basis as other 
Boards, affiliated with the Interboard Committee, and 
because certain expensive and inefficient methods re- 
sulted from this ambiguous relationship, missionaries 
in Japan affiliated with the United Christian Mission- 
ary Society in April, 1953, requested that, "A Commis- 
sion of Friendly Inquiry" be sent to Japan in the fall 
of 1954 from the Disciples of Christ to study existing 
conditions and trends within the Christian movement 
in Japan, including the relation of the Kyodan to other 
segments of the total life and work of Protestant Chris- 
tianity; and to report in due time to the Board of 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 

Trustees of the United Society with definite long range 
proposals regarding future policy and program of the 
Society for Japan. 

In response to this request, a commission consisting 
of four leaders arrived in Japan on September 16th and 
remained until October 18th. Chairman of the com- 
mission was Dr. Riley B. Montgomery, President of the 
College of the Bible, Lexington, Kentucky. Dr. Virgil 
Sly, Executive Secretary of the Foreign Division of the 
United Society, was also a member of the commission. 
During their stay in Japan, members of this commis- 
sion carried out an exhausting schedule of travel and 
conference. They travelled extensively to acquaint 
themselves with Japanese Christian activity within and 
without the United Church. The International Con- 
vention of the Disciples of Christ, meeting in Miami, 
Florida, October 25-31, 1954, immediately following the 
return of the commission to the United States, elected 
Dr. Montgomery, the chairman of the commission, to 
the office of President of the International Convention. 
This action was interpreted as a significant indication 
of support for a program of full cooperation in move- 
ments towards Christian union on the mission field 
and participation in joint administrative structures, 
such as the Interboard Committee. 

In January, 1955, the actual decision was taken to 
enter fully into the Interboard Committee setup. 



German Missions 

Before the war the work of German missionaries 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 27 

was on a small scale. The Ost Asien Mission sent its 
first missionaries to Japan in 1885, but the mission 
never had a large development. Later the Liebenzeller 
Mission, which had carried on work in the South Sea 
islands, also began missionary work in Japan. Neither 
of this missions ever had more than three or four 
families. 

After the war, however, a greater interest was mani- 
fested in Germany toward mission work in Japan. Nine 
mission societies which were interested in the mission- 
ary work in Japan organized what is called the Japan 
Committee of German Missions. This Committee func- 
tions under the larger organization, Deutscher Evan- 
gelischer Missions Tag, which is a union of all mis- 
sionary societies in Germany. 

At the time of the meeting of Missions Tag held on 
October 14, 1954 the matter of the relationship of the 
German missions working in Japan was discussed. 
This problem had been raised by Mr. Ebizawa, the 
General Secretary of the National Christian Council. 
Mr. Ebizawa had pointed out that the disunity among 
missionary organizations was having a deletorious 
effect on the cause of Christianity in Japan. In reply, 
the meeting on October 14th drew up a declaration. 
It stated that the mission of German Evangelical Chris- 
tianity is to share the Christian faith with all the 
nations of the earth and especially the heritage of the 
Reformation. Then the declaration adds that it is the 
purpose of German missions to avoid disunion, and 
also to avoid the establishment of separate denomina- 



iIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 

tions. It is the hope of the German missions that their 
workers will identity themselves with existing churches, 
reserving the right however in regard to the choice of 
such churches. 

Carrying our this declaration, the German East Asia 
Mission, located in Tokyo, is a part of the Kyodan. The 
five deaconesses of the German Deaconesses Mother- 
house of Kaisers werth are working with the Kyodan 
church in Hamamatsu. The Japan Committee of Ger- 
man Missions made formal application for associate 
membership in the National Christian Council of Japan. 
The annual meeting of the Council held in March 1955 
unanimously approved this request. 



Lutheran Unity 

Eleven Lutheran bodies working in Japan — Augus- 
tana Lutheran Mission, Evangelical Lutheran Church, 
Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church, Japan Lutheran 
Missionaries Association of the United Lutheran 
Church, Japan Mission of the Lutheran Church Mis- 
souri Synod, Japan Mission of the Suomi Synod, Luth- 
eran Brethren Mission of Japan, Lutheran Evangelical 
Association of Finland, Lutheran Free Church of Nor- 
way, Norwegian Lutheran Mission and Norwegian 
Missionary Society — are working on a plan of unity. 
The following statements are taken from the report of 
the Committee on Lutheran Unity in Japan. 

"At the close of the historic All Lutheran Free Con- 
ference session at Nara in October, 11)53, of which the 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 29 

subject of Lutheran unity in Japan was discussed, it 
Was decided to form a Committee on Lutheran Unity 
in Japan composed of two members from each of the 
eleven groups working in Japan. Since then the entire 
committee of twenty two has met four times; a smaller 
committee made up of one from each group has met 
once; and two sub-committees of five members each, 
known as the Doctrinal Witness Committee and the 
Constitution Committee, have met frequently. The 
result of the total eiTort of these committees is two 
documents: The Doctrinal Witness which was adopted 
at Kobe on December 14, 1954 and the Organizational 
Recommendations which were adopted at Giftl on 
October 22 of the same year." 

"These two documents express the Committee's con- 
viction on what constitutes the fundamental basis upon 
which all the groups of Japanese Lutheranism can co- 
operate in a single Lutheran Church." 

"The Committee now forwards these documents to 
all interested and concerned churches, bodies, and mis- 
sion; welcoming reactions, but genuinely hoping that 
they will be officially approved, making possible the 
next step towards organic unity — the actual drawing 
up of the constitution of the new Lutheran Church in 
Japan." 

In regard to the Doctrinal Witness the report slates, 
"We, the officially delegated representatives of the 
respective Lutheran Churches and Mission Societies in 
Japan, present this Doctrinal Witness as a testimony 
to the unity in faith which the Holy Spirit has created 



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SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



among us and as a proclamation of the distinctive mes- 
sage Of Lutlieranism. This declaration is not to be 
regarded as a complete exposition of Lutheran doc- 
trine, as it found in Holy Scripture and set forth in the 
three Ecumenical Creeds, in the Catechism of Martin 
Luther and in the historic Lutheran Confessions to 
which Lutheranism subscribes. It is rather a simple 
witness to the fundamental Scriptural truths of Luth- 
eranism." Here follow seven articles on Sola Scriptura, 
three on Sola Fide and five on Sola Cratia. 

In regard to the organizational recommendations 
the report states: 

"Whereas, The Constitution and By-laws for a 
future New Lutheran Church in Japan should properly 
be formulated by representatives from local congre- 
gations (One lay and one clergy representative from 
each district). 

Whereas, the special agreements between the New 
Lutheran Church in Japan and the various Lutheran 
Churches and mission societies from abroad, cooperat- 
ing in the work in Japan, should properly be drawn 
up by parties delegated with such responsibility, we 
propose that the following points be given due con- 
sideration in subsequent discussions and draftings." 
Then follows a general outline of the points, including 
such matters as the congregation, the district, the 
General Convention, the Mission, pastors and evan- 
gelists, the missionary and finance. 

The Unity Committee convened in Kobe on April 19, 
1955, to hear the reactions of the mission bodies on the 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 31 

field and of representatives of the home Boards. Un- 
resolved problems and differences of opinion were 
brought into the open. A considerable degree of agree- 
ment was reached and the good will and interest of the 
supporting boards was gratefully received. It was 
apparent however that concrete steps toward imple- 
menting actual organic unity will require a good deal 
more time and perseverance. It is to be noted that 
the representatives of the Wisconsin Synod who arriv- 
ed in Japan in 1953 are not participating in these dis- 
cussions of Lutheran Unity. 

INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY 

International Christian University received its char- 
ter as a Liberal Arts College in March, 1953 and in- 
ducted its third freshman class on April 4th, 1955. The 
University has now five hundred students, ninety per 
cent of whom come from the upper 10% of the high 
school graduating classes. Thirty five per cent are 
women and approximately ten per cent are from 
abroad, including twenty two Chinese students, two 
Indian students, three Korean students, one from Thai- 
land and fifteen from the United States. Approximately 
twenty eight of the entering freshmen class are Chris- 
tian, ten per cent of last year's freshmen and sopho- 
mores have become members of the University Church, 
since it was organized and since the building was de- 
dicated on May 9, 1954. Full time teachers for the cur- 
rent year number forty six. In addition there are 
twenty five part-time instructors and lectures. The 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



faculty members of the University have written more 
than two hundred books and a multitude of articles. 

The University has about 50,000 books in its library, 
26,000 from the Orient and 24,000 Western books. The 
library subcribes for .'J76 journals. A new library 
building is urgently needed by the summer of 1956. 

The University church building was dedicated on 
May 9, 1954 with a church membership of one hundred 
ten. A dormitory for men, one for women and a 
cafeteria were opened on January 11, 1955. A ten 
apartment building for single faculty women and five 
homes for Japanese faculty members were completed 
in 1955, bringing the total facilities available on the 
campus for faculty members up to thirty. 

Senior faculty members have been selected with the 
graduate objective of the University in mind. This 
means that the University has an outstanding faculty 
for the undergraduate program in the College of 
Liberal Arts. Regulations of the Ministry of Education 
do not permit application for a charter for graduate 
work until the four year undergraduate program is in 
full operation. Under the leadership of Dean Tlidaka, 
director of ihe Institute of Educational Research and 
Service, a request for a charter is now being prepared 
and will be presented to the Department of Education. 
Since 1950 will be the first year after the completion 
of the lull four year undergraduate program it is hoped 
to begin graduate instruction in the field of education 
that year. 

The University is now in the fourth year of the six 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 33 

year plan of development. The school is substantially 
on schedule in students, faculty, library, and the aca- 
demic facilities. The University is behind schedule in 
the housing of students and faculty on the campus. 
Facilities for library, Science and Physical Education 
are serious needs for the immediate future. 

NEW INTEREST IN MEDICAL WORK 

Since the end of the war there has been a growing 
interest in Christian circles in medical work. In pre- 
war days certain missions such as the Protestant Epis- 
copal, the Seventh Day Adventists, the Salvation Army 
and the Omi Brotherhood carried on this kind of work. 
The Protestant Episcopal mission centered its medical 
work in St. Luke's International Center with 145 beds. 
Other medical work by this group was done at St. Bar- 
nabas' hospital, Osaka, Harunasu Sanatorium in Gum- 
ma Prefecture, New Life Sanatorium at Obuse Mura, 
Nagano Prefecture, and the Kujukuri Home in Chiba. 
The Seikokwai (Anglican) through its various institu- 
tions provides the accommodation of 620 beds. 

In addition to the hospitals above there are a num- 
ber of clinics which on a smaller scale minister to the 
sick. St. Luke's Hospital was taken over by the Amer- 
ican Army when Japan surrendered. After ten years 
it will again revert to the original owners, the date of 
the return being the summer of 1955. The Salvation 
Army which had to close its hospital in Tokyo during 
the war is again planning to open this institution. The 
Seventh Day Adventists have added a large addition to 



34 SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 

their hospital in Tokyo. New churches and missions 
have entered the medical field in recent years. 

The Kyodan sponsors a hospital of 100 beds in 
Kinugasa, Yokosuka. This building was made available 
to the Kyodan by the American forces. In Kanda 
ward, Tokyo, the Kyodan established a clinic. Funds 
have been provided to change this clinic into a small 
hospital with 20 beds. Newcomers in the medical field 
are the Southern Baptist Convention and the Presby- 
terian Church in the U.S. The former group bought a 
large estate of 10,000 tsubo in the city of Kyoto. A large 
house and small houses on the ground have been re- 
modelled into a modern hospital for 100 beds, 50 of 
which are in use now. 

Plans are to have a School of Nursing later. The 
total cost of the project is $210,000. Three Japanese 
doctors and four foreign doctors, three foreign nurses 
and nine Japanese nurses together with ten other 
members form the staff. The Southern Presbyterian 
hospital is located in the city of Osaka near the Osaka 
Station. Immediate plans call for a ferro-concrete build- 
ing providing accommodations for 65 beds. This num- 
ber will be increased to 120. The first unit will be 
opened in early 1956. 

In connection with St. Luke's there is a training 
school for nurses which ranks as the best school of its 
kind in this country. Both the Southern Baptist and 
the Southern Presbyterian hospitals are also planning 
similar schools. This development in medical work 
is not so much a recognition of the inadequacy of the 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 35 

Japanese ties, but rather a growing realization of the 
great contribution that can be made through the 
ministry of healing by Christian doctors and nurses. 

DEACONESS WORK IN JAPAN 

Japanese Christian leaders, like Dr. Kozaki and Dr. 
T. Kagawa, visiting Germany, have been much im- 
pressed by the deaconess work in that country and 
have often expressed a desire that a similar program 
might be introduced into Japan. That hope has at last 
been realized. Dr. Paul Moeller of Germany visited 
Japan in 1949 and discussed with Japanese leaders the 
possibility of starting such work in this country. Re- 
turning to Germany Dr. Moeller presented this matter 
to German Mission and Deaconess Boards. At the same 
time the Japan Committee of German Missions came 
into being as a combined Board of several German 
missions. 

The request of the Japan Christian leaders met with 
much favor and it was decided that some deaconesses 
of the Kaiserswerther Verband should go to Japan 
under auspices of the Japan Committee of German 
Missions. In 1952 Dr. Moeller came to Japan again to 
make the necessary arrangements for the arrival of the 
deaconesses. Among other contacts he got in touch 
with Mr. T. Hasegawa, a member of the Lower House 
of the Japanese Parliament, and a leader of the T B 
Sanatorium at Mikatabara near Hamamatsu, Shizuoka. 
Mr. Hasegawa thirty years ago had seen a film showing 
deaconess work in Germany and since then had earn- 



36 SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 

estly hoped that similar work could be started in his 
sanatorium. He therefore offered his sanatorium as a 
base tor this new beginning and promised all the help 
he could give. 

In 1953 five deaconesses arrived from Germany and 
located at the sanatorium near Hamamatsu. Here they 
set up a Mutterhaus and in addition to studying the 
language, began the training of several girls who had 
volunteered for this kind of work. About the same 
time two German deaconesses were sent to Japan by 
the Evangelical United Brethren Church under the 
Inlerboard Committee. These deaconesses settled in 
Kazo, Saitama Prefecture, where the Aisenryo Orphan- 
age is located. The clinic erected for the Orphanage is 
being used temporarily as the Mutterhaus. 

During the first year four Japanese girls were re- 
ceived for training. That number has since been in- 
creased to ten. In the beginning of this movement in 
Japan, the National Christian Council gave supervision 
to this work, but since the question arises in regard to 
the position of the deaconess in the work of the church, 
the Kyodan has given official recognition to the dea- 
coness program. 

An especially appointed committee made a careful 
study of the deaconess program and recommended that 
a Deaconess Society be organized. This has been done 
with Dr. Kozaki as chairman. Each Mutterhaus main- 
tains an independent organization, but the Deaconess 
Society serves as the channel of coordination and co- 
operation. It is believed that this well tried program 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 37 

introduced from Germany will make a unique contri- 
bution to the Christian movement in Japan. 

JAPAN CHURCH WORLD SERVICE 

The Japan Church World Service Committee in 
association with the National Christian Council of 
Japan is the agency which is endeavoring to carry on 
the task of relief and inter-church aid in Japan. Japan 
Church World Service is related to similar Christian 
Service Committees in more than 40 countries, co- 
ordinated by the division of Inter-Church Aid and 
Service to Refugees of the World Council of Churches 
in association with the International Missionary Coun- 
cil. 

In addition to the voluntary services of ministers, 
laymen and missionaries who compose the 40 prefec- 
ture] Church World Service Committees, the present 
staff of Japan Church World Service includes the chair- 
man, Rev. Y. Manahe who is also chairman of the 
Social Problems Committee of the National Council, 
and Mr. Hallam C. Shorrock, Jr., representative of 
Church World Service, U.S.A. and Japan representa- 
tive, World Council of Churches Division of Inter- 
Church aid and Service to Refugees. 

From the end of World War II until late in 1950, 
the original Church World Service operated in Japan 
as one of the Lara Agencies (Licensed Agencies for 
Relief in Asia). In the course of years the needs for 
relief in Japan decreased. The old Church World Ser- 
vice Committee was dissolved and became the Japan 



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SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



International Christian Service Committee. It included 
more Japanese leaders and looked forward to serving 
more as integral part of the Japanese church than it 
had been able to do previously. Early in 1954 the Japan 
International Christian Service Committee changed its 
name to Japan Church World Service or "Nihon Koku- 
sai Kirisutokyo Hoshidan." In March, 1955, at the 
annual meeting of the National Christian Council Japan 
Church World Service was accepted as a full member 
of the Council. Thus Japan Church World Service 
operates in full association with the National Christian 
Council of Japan. 

Japan Church World Service carries on the follow- 
ing activities: 

1) Cooperates with the Japanese Ministry of Wel- 
fare and the National Council of Social Work in carry- 
ing on a ministry of relief and rehabilitation through 
Japanese Social Welfare institutions in each prefecture. 

2) Japan Church Service is constantly on the alert 
ready to meet any emergency or catastrophe, such as 
lire, Hood, earthquake or famine. As an example, after 
the disasterous fire which swept the Hokkaido city of 
Iwanai Japan Church World Service rushed 35 bales 
of heavy winter clothing, 10 cans of vitamins, 500 
candles and 675 lbs. of powdered milk to the scene. 

3) Japan Church World Service carries on a re- 
habilitation program for the physically handicapped, 
helping to make such persons self-respecting and self- 
supporting. 

4) Japan Church World Service oilers a scholar- 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 39 

ship fund for training students who wish to devote 
their lives to full time Christian social work. 

5) Japan Church World Service ministers to the 
relief and resettlement of refugees. The main group of 
refugees now being served are some 200 stateless Eu- 
ropean refugees who are trying to leave intolerable 
hardships and suffering in China to rejoin relatives and 
friends in Japan. Japan Church World Service ar- 
ranges for Japanese visas, endeavors to find sponsors 
for those who have no friends, counsels with refugees 
and considers emergency assistance and cooperates with 
other volunteer agencies and governments in arranging 
for resettlement of stateless refugees in Japan to other 
countries. 

6) The Japan Heifer Advisory Committee working 
through and under the Japan Church World Service 
committee carries on a program of rehabilitation and 
relief through making available food producing ani- 
mals, such as heifers, bulls, goats, chickens, bees to 
local committees in particularly needy areas in Japan 
as well as in Korea and Hongkong. 

7) As a new aspect of its work, Japan Church 
World Service has undertaken the need which over- 
shadows all other needs in Japan, that of making some 
attempt at answering Japan's major problem of over- 
population. Japan's birth rate has decreased in recent 
years, but due to better medical and sanitary conditions 
the death rate also has decreased. It is estimated that 
between 1960 and 1970 Japan's present population of 
88,000,000 will mount to 100,000,000. The resultant 



40 SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 

social and economic pressure caused by such an in- 
crease in population may seriously threaten world 
peace. Mr. Shorrock presented this matter to the As- 
sembly of the World Council of Christian Churches at 
Evanston. 

Kentaro Buma, the Associate Director of Japan 
Church World Service has been invited to visit South 
America in the interests of Japanese migration to that 
area. Mr. Buma left Japan on May 26, 1955 and went 
to Geneva to attend the meeting of the Interchurch Aid 
and Service to Refugees Consultation. From there he 
went to South America via New York. In South Amer- 
ica Mr. Buma will consult with government officials, 
Japanese consular people and also with Japanese emi- 
grants. It is hoped that as a result of this survey Mr. 
Buma will recommend a long range policy of service 
and resettlement aid by the churches to Japanese emi- 
grants in South America through the World Council of 
Churches, Division of Inter-Church Aid and Service to 
Refugees. 

WORK FOR SERVICE MEN 

The project of coordinated, oil-base programming 
for service men in Japan began in 1952 and was the 
outgrowth of a sense of need by one dedicated Japa- 
nese Christian woman, Mrs. Ochimi Kubushiro of the 
Women's Christian Temperance Union. 

In Kure there were large concentrations of troops 
with Australian, Canadian, British and American per- 
sonnel. It was here that Mrs. Kubushiro together with 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 41 

a group of Christian Japanese women of the WCTU 
began the Christian Friends' Home on March 14th, 
11)53. From this humble beginning the Home began 
to grow and prosper in its service to service men in 
that area by providing programs in Japanese eulture, 
participation in community service projects, by shop- 
ping and guide service and by affording Christian 
fellowship. 

Sensing the growing moral problem in each area of 
Japan where foreign military personnel were based, 
with accompanying bars and organized system of 
prostitution, the Social Problems Commission of the 
National Christian Council of Japan took action to 
create the Kichi Mondai (Base Problems) committee 
for the purpose of dealing actively with this problem. 
This committee wrote to the Christian churches in 
America, asking for financial assistance and personnel 
in order that a definite, comprehensive, coordinated 
program between the Japanese Christian Church and 
foreign military personnel might be established. 

In response to this request Rev. and Mrs. Norman 
E. Koehler were appointed by the Presbyterian Board 
of Missions to go to Japan to organize and establish 
this kind of program. They arrived in Japan in Septem- 
ber, 1954 and immediately began a survey of the mili- 
tary areas in this country, which included trips by 
train, boat and station wagon to sixteen military bases. 
Another response came in the form of a commission 
under the leadership of Maj. General Charles I. Car- 
penter, Chief of Air Force Chaplains. This commis- 



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SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



sion was composed of a number of chaplains am 
church leaders from various denominations. The: 
remained in Japan from September 14 to 25, 195 / 
visited air force bases throughout the country and heli 
conferences with Japanese and missionary leaders. 

Based on the report of this commission, the National 
Council of the Churches of Christ in America set up 
a Far East Committee for Servicemen, comprised of 
twelve members with power to organize and to act in 
all matters pertaining to this project. On January 19th, 
1955, this Committee met and chose as their permanent 
name the Cooperative Committee for Ministry to Ser- 
vice Personnel in the Far East under the Foreign Divi- 
sion of the National Council of the Churches of Christ 
in America. The goals set for 1955 are the continuance 
of the work at Kure, the strengthening of the work at 
Tachikawa begun by several Kyodan pastors and the 
establishment of new centers at Sasebo, Sendai and 
Fukuoka. Rev. and Mrs. Koehler moved to Sasebo 
in the spring of 1955 and opened the center there. A 
smaller program has been started in Sendai and the 
groundwork for the opening of a center in Fukuoka 
has been laid. The Lutheran Church under the leader- 
ship of Rev. Edwin Sohn has established centers for 
service personnel in Tachikawa and Yokosuka. 



JAPANESE-AMERICAN ORPHANS 

One serious problem growing out of the presence 
of large numbers of foreign military forces in Japan 
is the problem of the so-called Konketsuji of the 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 43 

children of mixed parentage. In 1952 at the sugestion 
of the American consul in Tokyo a committee was 
organized to study the problem and to render such aid 
as could be provided. This committee took the name 
of the American Joint Committee for Assisting Jap- 
nese-American Orphans. The American Tokyo Cham- 
ber of Commerce, the Tokyo Union Church, the In- 
terboard Committee and the American Legion, Tokyo 
Post, formed the original members of the Committee. 

Since then many organizations, including Jewish and 
Roman Catholic group, have associated themselves with 
the committee. The purpose of the committee is to make 
a survey of the actual situation, to render assistance 
in the adoption of children whom their mothers are 
willing to give up and to help in the education of such 
as remain in Japan. One of the first tasks undertaken 
by the committee was to make a thorough study of the 
actual number of mixed blood children. Wild rumors 
were being circulated in regard to the number, some 
persons claiming that there were 200,000 of such 
children. 

In close cooperation with the Japanese authorities, 
the committee was able to affirm that the number did 
not exceed 5,000. Of these approximately 4,500 reside 
with their mothers or other relatives and 500 live in 
106 orphanages. The committee is now actively engaged 
in the second part of its program. The Tokyo Masonic 
bodies have placed at the disposal of the committee a 
room in their building free of charge. 
A staff has been engaged and under the able leader- 



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SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 






ship of Mr. Llyod Graham adoptions by U.S. couples 
living in Japan arc being arranged at an increasing 
rate and the flow of children to approved homes in the 
United States has begun. The Doris Duke Foundation 
has made available a grant of $5,000 on the con- 
dition that a similar amount be raised in Japan. In 
agreement with International Social Service Miss 
Florence Boester, a trained worker in this field, has 
been sent to Japan. The coming of Miss Boester will 
greatly facilitate the program of the committee. 

AUDIO-VISUAL EVANGELISM 

No contrast between pre-war and post-war condi- 
tions in Japan, as far as the Christian movement is 
concerned, is more striking than the developments in 
the field of audio-visal aids. Roman Catholics and 
Protestants alike are using this new method on an in- 
creasing scale. The National Christian Council has as 
one of its departments a commission on audio-visual 
aids. The outstanding achievement of this Commission 
during the past year has been the erection of the Chris- 
tian Audio-Visual Center, located on the compound 
of Aoyama Gakuin. This center was dedicated in Jan- 
uary, 1055. The total outlay was $75,000 which amount 
includes the cost of the building and equipment. Among 
the facilities are three recording studios, office and work 
space, meeting rooms, film library and equipment for 
producing A-V films. In the area of projected aids, the 
enlargement of the library of films and filmstrips was 
continued and branch libraries were opened in Hiro- 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 45 

shima, Osaka and and Sendai. The film "The Good 
Soil" was produced and a committee was set up to study 
the coordination of A-V aids with church school cur- 
riculum. 

In the field of radio Avaco produced six programs 
during most of the year, each of which was broadcast 
over two or more of twenty one private stations. Pro- 
grams on private stations alone totalled 1,353 or ap- 
proximately four hundred hours of broadcast. Most 
successful programs have been Bach's religious music 
with interpretation, a commentary program for wo- 
men and narration of the biographies of great Chris- 
tians. A poll of the private stations was made last 
year, 53 replying. Each of them was carrying from one 
to six Christian programs a week. The average was 
three per station. These figures exclude the program 
of Avaco as stated above. 

The largest block is the Lutheran Hour on more 
than twenty five stations a week. Next is probably 
the "Voice of Prophecy" of the Seventy Day Adven- 
tists. In Kyushu a program sponsored by missionary 
B. C. Moore is reaching the people of the southern 
island. The Lutheran Hour has the largest response 
and follow-up with about 3000 taking their Bible 
course. In addition to these broadcasts over private 
stations, Avaco NHK Liaison Committee arranged more 
than seventy broadcasts over Network II of the gov- 
ernment broadcasting corporation. 



46 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



OCCUPATIONAL EVANGELISM 

The beginnings of the labor movement in Japan, 
as in most countries, came from a concern on the 
part of Christian men. It was in 1897 that unions of 
railway workers, printers and sleel workers were be- 
gun, al 1 started and led by Christians. Some years 
later Dr. Kagarwa and men associated with him also gave 
leadership to the growing labor movement and held 
that leadership until labor was suppressed during the 
war. In 1913 and 1914 the National Christian Council 
of Japan did some work in factory evangelism and 
missionaries and Japanese leaders shared in this task. 

Since the end of the war many factories and offices 
expressed an interest in Christianity. Laymen and 
pastors have been asked to teach Bible classes or an- 
swer questions at lunch periods and in after work 
periods. As a result the General Assembly of the Kyo- 
dan in 1950 appointed a Social Problems Study Com- 
mission and an Occupational Evangelism Committee. 
Further steps have been taken to the effect that there 
is now a committee or sub-committee in every district 
of the Kyodan. One pastor in Yokohama has resign- 
ed his church in order to devote his full time to the 
eighty or more groups in the offices and factories of the 
Tokyo area. 

The establishment of churches in the coal mining 
area of Kyushu has been a special emphasis. The 
bringing together for fellowship and training of young 
Christians in the textile mills of Shikoku is worthy of 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 47 

notice. Labor Gospel schools patterned after the Rural 
Gospel schools have been experimented with in Kyoto. 
In Tokyo there has been a continuous program ex- 
tending over a period of several years of training 
classes for leaders of occupational evangelism. 

Further stimulus was given to this movement by 
the coming to Japan in 1954 of Dr. and Mrs. Henry 
Jones, sent by the Presbyterian Board.. Dr. Jones af- 
ter graduating from McCormick Theological Seminary, 
spent twenty years or more in Church Neighborhood 
Houses In Workers' communities as a home missionary. 
Here he became acquainted with the labor move- 
ment and was convinced that the church must 
work move closely with it, if we are to be able 
to share the Christian faith with laboring people. 
Since 1947 Dr. and Mrs. Jones have been foreign mis- 
sionaries in China and South America, charged with 
developing this program. In Japan Dr. Jones has been 
given a roving commission, not to be tied down to any 
one institution. By lectures and seminars at theolo- 
gical seminaries, by talks and discussions al pastors' 
training school, by expediting translations and by pub- 
lishing materials for Bible study groups by enlisting 
the interest and support of other committees and 
groups, such as Avaco, NCC Literature Commission 
and Religious Education Committee, Dr. Jones and his 
co-worker hope to extend this program throughout 
Japan. 

All this is to the good. Too long the church in Jap- 
an has confined its efforts to the student and more edu- 



48 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



cated classes. Resent emphases upon rural and occu- 
pational evangelism, long stressed by Dr. Kagawa, are 
an indication that the church in Japan is final ly being 
awakened to the need of these great classes. Unfortu- 
nately there are few Christian leaders who are trained 
to head up such a movement and it is safe to say that 
no theological seminary is at present prepared to train 
such leaders. Occupational evangelism is all right as 
far as it goes, hut if we are to touch the powerful la- 
bor movement in Japan much more drastic steps must 
he taken.. 



HOME VISITATION EVANGELISM 






One of the movements in Japan which is quietly 
making a growing contribution to the development of 
the church is Home Visitation Evangelism. This me- 
thod was first introduced by Dr. D. D. McConnell of 
the United States in 1949. One who cnught the vision 
of this method, although certain changes had to he 
made to adapt it to the situation in Japan, was Rev. 
Ryukichi Yoshida. Rev. Yoshida, after graduating from 
the theological seminary at Oberlin, served as pastor 
of several churches before coming to the Reinanzaka 
Church, Tokyo, co-pastor with Dr. Kozaki. Five years 
ago Rev. Yoshida carefully trained five "volunteers", 
as home visitation workers are called in Japan. This 
number has grown to sixty two men and women. The 
volunteers follows a fairly rigid weekly schedule, 
spending much time in prayer, in study of the Bible 
and of the manual of work. He devotes from two to 






IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 49 

five evenings a week to Ibis work. As a result the 
Keinanzaka church lias added an average of 101 new 
members annually. 

More and more pastors are organizing local home 
visitation groups. Forty such groups are operating in 
the Tokyo area, 30 in Kyushu, 20 in Chugoku, 10 in 
Shikoku, 40 in the Kwansai area, 20 in Chuhu, 5 in the 
Tohoku and 10 in Hokkaido. At least six of the Kyo- 
dan's fourteeen districts have home evangelism visita- 
tion committees. The National Christian Council has 
organized a committee on Home Visitation Evangelism 
on which there are four members from the Kyodan, 
and two each from the Episcopal, Lutheran and Bap- 
tist churches. In 1953 a conference was held in Ivarui- 
zawa with seventy attending. The next year at Gotem- 
ba the attendance was 150. 

Future plans for this program are: 

1) Rev. Yoshida will lecture and hold area work- 
shop type conferences all over Japan as time and op- 
portunity permit. 

2) Rev. Yoshida and other members of the com- 
mittee will endeavor to visit each local congregation 
which shows a willingness to try this program for the 
purpose of training, counselling and sharing of me- 
thods, materials and spiritual inspiration. 

3) Publication of two magazines or news sheets, 
one in English to inform missionaries and English 
speaking people of the progress and plans of the move- 
ment and one in Japanese. 

4) Annual conferences. 



50 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



5) Annual conferences for missionaries in an 
endeavor to integrate home visitation plans and me- 
thods more and more into the missionary's outreach. 

6) Training centers, beginning with one in Tokyo 
to which home visitation groups and their pastors from 
outlying areas can be invited to meet with and share 
the experience of a local trained group in action for 
inspiration, training and actual visitation with an ex- 
perienced volunteer. 

7) Assignment of a missionary coworker. Rev. 
Homer F. Yearick, a missionary of the E & R Board, 
has been assigned to serve in the Home Visitation 
Evangelism movement. 



THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN JAPAN 



A Report Based on the 
Catholic Directory of Japan, 1955 

The Hierarchic organization of the Catholic Church 
in Japan includes the Archdiocese of Tokyo, the Dio- 
ceses of Fukuoka, Kagoshima, Kyoto, Nagasaki, Osaka, 
Sapporo, Scndai and Yokohama, the Vicariate Apos- 
tolic of Hiroshima and the Prefectures Apostolic of 
Miyazaki, Nagoya, Niigata, Shikoku and Urawa. The 
Holy See is represented by an Internuncio in Tokyo. 

Central organ of the Hierachy is the National Ca- 
tholic Committee, also situated in Tokyo, which seeks 
to render such services to the various ecclesiastical 
divisions as the local groups cannot easily secure for 
themselves. In addition to a general Secretariate, the 
Committee comprises the following departments: Press, 









IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 51 

Catholic Action, Education, Legal Affairs, Social Ac- 
tion, Charities, Employment, etc. Loosely attached to 
the Committee also are the national federations of 
Catholic Physicians, Catholic Students, the Young 
Christian Workers (Jocistes), Catholic Artists, a lib- 
rary for the blind, etc. These organizations, however, 
have their own central administration. 

Lay Catholics numbered 193,724 on June 30, 1954, 
while catechumens still under instruction but not yet 
baptized numbered 24,803. 

Included among the mission personnel in Decem- 
ber, 1954, were 1,283 priests, 317 Brothers and 3,498 
Sisters of whom 260 priests, 157 Brothers and 2,709 
Sisters were Japanese Avhilc the others represented 35 
foreign countries. 

About 200 of the priests belong to the Diocesan 
clergy and are supported by their respective dioceses 
while the other priests along with all of the Brothers 
and Sisters belong to 38 Religious or Missionary So- 
cieties of men and 70 such Societies of women. 

As of December 1, 1954, Japan had a total of 564 
churches but of. these, only 460 had resident priests. 

For the training of the clergy, the Church has 7 
Minor and 6 Major Seminaries. The Minor Seminary 
curriculum includes the regular Chugakko and Koto- 
gakko courses, while the Major Seminary Curriculum 
usually entails eight more years of Philosophy, The- 
ology and various other scientific and cultural subjects 
of college and university grade. Enrollment in the 
Major Seminaries is approximately 360. 



52 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



Other Catholic educational establishments include 
five universities (two of them co-educational), six 
Junior Colleges, 68 Kotogakko, 70 Chugakko, and 40 
elementary schools with a total enrollment of about 
00,000 students. Not included in these statistics are a 
score of special schools, e.g. a Junior College of Nurs- 
ing, a Junior College of Music, seven schools for 
foreign children, two training schools for kindergarten 
teachers, etc. with a total enrollment of about 3,000 
students (1414 for the foreign schools). 

Included among the Catholic welfare works are 
two leprosaria with 170 patients, 15 hospitals with 1,120 
beds, 11 tubercular sanatoria with 1,115 beds, 19 dis- 
pensaries without in-patient facilities, 12 old folks' 
homes which care for about 375 aged men and women, 
14 hostels mostly for students and working girls with 
about 325 guests, approximately 50 orphanages caring 
for some, 5,000 orphans, about 60 day nurseries, etc. 

Most of the educational and social welfare institu- 
tions are conducted by the various Missionary Socie- 
ties. 

The Catholic Church in Japan has only one national 
Catholic newspaper, published in Tokyo, but there are 
several diocesan monthlies and a large number of 
parish bulletins. Among the specialized magazines may 
be named Shin Sekai, a magazine for the Young Chris- 
tian Workers, Katorikku Kyoiku, an educational 
monthly, Seiki, a general cultural magazine, Monu- 
menta Nipponica, a multi-lingual quarterly devoted to 
Japanological studies, Koe, Seibo no Kishi etc. which 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 53 

are of general Catholic interest. 

THE CENTENARY MOVEMENT 

On May 2nd, 1859, before the actual opening of the 
ports of Japan, Rev. J. Liggins of the Protestant 
Episcopal Mission, landed ill Nagasaki. Towards the 
end of the following month Rev. C. M. Williams of the 
same mission reached Japan. Before the close of the 
same year missionaries of the Presbyterian Church and 
of the Reformed Church in America joined the first 
two. In 1959 it will therefore be one hundred years 
since the opening of Protestant missions in Japan. 
Japanese Christians are planning to observe this an- 
niversary in a large way. 

Three years ago the National Christian Council of 
Japan appointed a committee to make plans for the 
centenary movement. Dr. T. Kagawa agreed to give 
two weeks out ol every month for special evangelism. 
However, it soon became apparent that unless the dif- 
ferent denominations cooperate, the largest success 
cannot be attained. The National Christian Council 
has hitherto been considered lo be not an organiza- 
tion to carry on special projects., but merely a consul- 
tative body. At the annual meeting of the National 
Christtian Council in March, 1955, it was agreed by the 
various constituent bodies that while each denomina- 
tion would carry on a special centenary program there 
are certain areas which only a united approach can 
reach. A committee of twenty one, representing the 
different groups, was appointed. Mr. Akira Ebisawa, 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



who resigned as General Secretary of the Council, was 
asked to serve as secretary of the Centenary move- 
ment. The committee has made the following plans 
for 1955; 

a) Evangelism. Under this section are included the 
E. Stanley Jones campaign; the Lacour Musical Ev- 
angelism Crusade; the Morris-Leavitt Audio-Visiual 
evangelism, the Sherwood Eddy Youth Evangelism in 
the fall and Home Visitation. 

h) Memorials. Under this section are included the 
compiling of a history of the Christian movement in 
Japan, both in Japanese and English; the collection of 
historical material and the preservation of historic 
places connected with the Christian movement and 
the production of a film and a picture album showing 
interesting phases of the work in Japan. 

c) New Life Movement. This rather vague part of 
the program looks forward to cooperation with Ihe 
Government's New Life Movement, promoting the Chris- 
tian spirit in social welfare, social reform, industry 
and education. 

While it is still too early to judge the effects of the 
Centenary movement one result is already apparent. It 
has awakened the church in Japan to the realization 
of the exceedingly slow progress of the Christian cause 
in this country. The Christian church in Japan has 
witnessed many movements of various kinds. One of 
the most effective was the Kingdom of God Movement. 
It produced outsanding results, but never once was 
there a spontaneous outpouring of the Spirit. It is to 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 55 

be earnestly hoped that the Centenary Movement will 
pass beyond the mechanical planning by a committee 
to a mighty outpouring of spiritual power. 

As has been intimated, one result of the Centenary 
Movement thus far has been to make the church in 
Japan conscious of Hie slowness of the progress of 
the Christian movement. At the same time there is 
a growing awarness that the church somehow has 
been unable to fill the spiritual vacuum which has ex- 
isted in this land, especially since the end of the war. 
Following the close of the war, there was a marked 
movement in Japan towards the church. Meetings of 
all kinds were largely attended and large numbers 
were baptized. In the last year or two this interest has 
gradually tapered off. 

Granted that this interest was fostered by the un- 
usual conditions following defeat in the war, it still 
remains a matter of concern that the church was not 
able to hold this interest. Another fact is that in re- 
cent years many strange Religious groups have arisen. 
Some of them count their followers by the millions. 
According to a Japanese scholar these religions offer 
to the people two things greatly desired. They em- 
phasize healing of diseases and provide a fellowship. 
Granted that many of these groups represent a lower 
type of religion, they do indicate, however, that there 
is a spiritual longing on the part of many people, even 
though it may not be of the highest type. 

Again the question arises why the church is not 
able to reach these masses. Japan is admittedly a dif- 



SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS 



ftcult field. Dr. Kagawa, a keen observer of conditions, 

in a recent address lists eight outstanding difficulties. 
Space permits only a listing of the eight points; 1. 
Moral insanity; 2. atheistic materialism; 3. sexual secu- 
larism; 4. economic depression; 5. revolutionary com- 
munism; (>. comeback of militarism; 7. revival of paga- 
nism and 8. atheistic natural science. This is a for- 
midable array of difficulties.* 

They remind one of Paul's comment on the situation 
in Ephesus "there are many adversaries." The recog- 
nition on the part of Paul that there are many adver- 
saries did not cause him to leave the work. "I will stay 
in Ephesus." "For a wide door for effective work has 
opened to me." The Christian faith, prescribed in the 
beginning, long suspected as an alien faith unsuited to 
Japanese life and culture, subject to many bitter at- 
tacks by a fanatical nationalism, confronted by a deep- 
ly intrenched conservatism, has survived. It survived 
even the critical period of the war. The Christian 
faith in Japan, as has been abundantly demonstrated, 
has in it survival power. 

- A historical persective is necessary in order to get 
a correct picture of the situation. A hundred years 
after all are but a short period as far as the Christian 
cause is concerned. In "The First Five Centuries of 
the Church" Dr. James MofTat wrote "To see the live 
centuries in their true perspective, it must be realized 
that they mean five hundred long years. During the 
first three Christian centuries the church is engaged 
for the most part in claiming and winning its right to 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 57 

a footing in the empire; during the next two, it is start- 
ing to face fresh responsibilities and opportunities 
'within the empire east and west. 

The ordinary reader hardly realizes how long the 
achievement took, and how important it is for a know- 
ledge of Christian message and mission to grasp the 
significance of the fact that the task did take so long." 
The century of Christian work in Japan! Like the 
church in the Roman empire it has been a time for 
claiming and winning its right to a footing in the land. 
In many ways ths goal has been achieved. The church 
in Japan, increasingly aware of its responsibilities 
and opportunities, is entering upon a new era with 
confidence in its message and in the power of its Lord. 



SECTION II 



GRAPHS AND STATISTIC 



John H. Skillman 



RELIGIONS IN JAPAN 



59 



RELIGION 


No.of People 


Percent 


Colo, in 
Groph 


SHiNTOISM 


77,780,324 


89.8 


BUDDHISM 


47,714,876 


».. 1 


CHRISTIANITY 


485,399 


0.56 | 


OTHER RELIGIONS 


3,419,471 


3.9 




TOTAL 


129,400,070 


149.36 




POPULATION 


86,500,000 


100.0 






Because the total number of adherents claimed for Shinto coupled with the total number of adherents 
claimed for Buddhism exceeds the total population of Japan, we have chosen to divide arbitrarily 
the statistics given by three and to represent this block by a solid color on the chart. The remaining 
two-thirds are divided in shaded gradients between Buddhism and Shinto. It many be of interest to 
note that neither Buddhism or Shinto count people, as such, but count houses and multiply by three. 

1953 Department of Education Statistics 



60 NATIONALITIES OF MISSIONARIES IN JAPAN 

FOR THE YEAR 1954 



2 ■ Australia 



6 ^H Switzerland 




United 
States 



100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 



Statistics do not include Catholic Missionaries or Missionaries not under a Mission Board. 
Statistics from 1954 Japanese Christian Year Book 



CHURCHES IN JAPAN 
1949—1954 



5,000 










3< 
819 


90 

s 

33 


31 


3,000 


i 
25 


/ 

18 


/ 


3531 


3026 



























































1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 

u 

Statistics from Department of Education 1954 



CLERGY IN JAPAN 



61 



BAPTISMS IN JAPAN 
1949—1954 



50,000 




1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 *.« 

(Doc. 3IH) 
Statistics from 1955 Japan Christian Year Book Survey 



"91 


JAPANESE AND MISSIONARY 
1949—1954 














9535 












^^9549 










J 


^8334 














/ 














if 










6089 


W(*b\ 








6,000 


•Xd 


■Aw- 










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4,000 
















3,000 




















































kTZ 




r ^ 







1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 y.„ 

(Jon. 1 .11 

Statistics from Deportment of Education 1954 



CHRISTIANS IN JAPAN 

1949—1954 



400 






j 


4 




485 
• 19 




3 


9 


370 



























































r"j 




L J 


L A 







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(Jon. lrt) 

Statistics from Department of Education 1954 



62 1. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP JAPANESE CLERGY MISSIONARIES BY CHURCHES 




Kyodai Dan 



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Statistics from 1955 Japan Christian Year Book Survey and 1954 Kirisutokyo Nenkan 



2. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP-JAPANESE CLERGY 


-MISSIONARIES BY CHURCHES 


63 


CHURCH NAME 


MIS- 
SION 2 S § 


MO 

l.OOO 

s.ono 


10.000 

1X900 

200 000 


Kami no Kyokai 


CG EH 








Fukuin Jiyu 


IliiiiHHHIIIIIIIII 








Kabuenanto 


I::""""Miiiiiiii 








Kirisuto no Kyokai 


indcc JB ■■■iiiiiii 








Kyushu Kurisuchian 


KCM ■ 








Osaka Kurisuchian 


° cm ^^n 








Shinrei Seisho Yuko 










o-"""!"iiimiiii 




Pentekosute 
Kirisutok/o Dendo 


JAM 1 








Malsujitsu Seito 


IJi™[J!!!!!!!Hiii 








Nippon Ruteru Kyokai 










Noruei Ruteru Dendo 










Zainippon Taikan 










Kaikakuha Kyodan 


PS iimTTTTi!"'"" 








Bankoku Fukuin 










Kassui Kirisuto 


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Kanan Kyodan 


J 8 "" 








Shinto no Shukai 


f 








Kokusai Kirisuto 










Fukuin Kyodan 










Senkyo Kwai 


!!!■::::::::::::::: 








Sei lesu Kwai 


m r 








Toyo Kiyome 


1 miiiiii 


II 







Statistics from 1955 Japan Christian Year Book Survey and 1954 Kirisutokyo Nenkan 



64 



3. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP- JAPANESE CLERGY-MISSIONARIE5' BY CHURCHES 




CHURCH NAME 


MIS- 
SION 


in § g 


1 ooo 

3000 

ioo aa 

200 000 


Beikoku Adobento 


AAMS 1 


iffi 


TMIT' 






Kirisuto Yokoi 


AFP 


li 


ITTTtiT"" 






A$$eoboriizu Kyodan 


(Gl Br.) 




TW" 






Kaninguhamu 


ccc* j 








EIC 1 








— "*"■■ 






Beteru Kirisuto 


FCM I 


■j 






Fufcuin Jiyo Gun 












Mabashi Kirisuto 


MCM 












Kcnhiwazaki 


JEM | 




.1 






Noruei Ruteru Jiyu 


LFCN | 


s. 










Hokubei Menonaito 


MB 


P«MM 










Mino Mission 


MM 




,..i 


'f'"" 






Opun Baiburu 


OBSC | 




.... 


T 




Horinesu Kyokai 


oms i 




T 


'f 








OMSS ■ 




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■ Sin 




Yukai Oregon 


OYM 




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Wesureyan 


WM I 


Illll 


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Dojin Shadan 






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Statistics from 1955 Japan Christian Year Book Survey and 1954 Kirisufokvo Nenltan 



CHURCH MEMBERSHIP- JAPANESE CLERGY-MISSIONARIES BY CHURCHES 



65 



CHURCH NAME 


MIS- 
SION „ 2 s 


8 8 § § § 

18 i 1 1 




BPM 






Kirisuto Kodo 


CCC 




Fukuin Dendo 


CJPM 








CRJM 1 






Fuirando Jiyu 


FFOM 








GGEA ^ 






lesu Fukuin Kyodan 


IND- lllllllllll 

JGB ■ ' ' 






Nagoya Kurisuchian 


NCM j - - - 






Fuiraderufuia 


PM J B| 






Shimo Ochiai 


SOM 








IUGM t$tH III 








JIM ■ 








JRBM 






Riibenzera Mission 


LM 1 








M 








MCCS I I 








NEOM 








NMA B ' 






Doshinkal 


i!:::::::: 






Toyo Kyurei 










Saiensu 








Choro 


!!! 








Statistics from 1955 Japan Christian Year Book Survey and 1954 Kirisutokyo Nenkan 



66 




HOSPITAL 4 CLINICS T -B., LEPER, MENTAL SANI- 
TARIUMS 



60,000 

70,000 

60,000 

50,000 

40,000 

30,000 

20,000 

10,000 

9,000 

8,000 

7,000 

6,000 

5,000 

4,000 

3,000 

2,000 

1,000 

900 

800 

700 

600 

500 

400 

300 

200 

100 

90 

80 

70 

60 

50 

40 

30 

20 

10 





^ 





1949 1953 1954 



1949 1953 1954 
Statistics as of Dec. 31st of each year. 



PRISON WORK WORK AMONG PROSTITUTES 



67 



BODILY HANDICAPPED 



a 

70,000 


-f i i iitr 
~|TTT|'" 


60,000 
50,000 






40,000 
30,000 






20,000 




10,000 




9,000 
8,000 






7,000 
6,000 
5,000 
4,000 
3,000 
2,000 
1,000 








r*~ 


M NUMBER 


900 
800 


M SERVFn 


/ 




/ 


500 


4 — 


400 
300 
200 
100 
90 
80 












70 




60 








30 




20 











^^^WORKERS 



pi 




* 



1949 1953 1954 1949 1953 1954 




ft 



F NUMBER 
ftERYfP 



[il 



MOTHER, BABY CARE 



MILITARY PERSONNEL 



1 1 


V" 


A SERVICE 


tftfi, 




T 


x 


"f7 


70,000 


Ji 


• 




60.00C 




I 


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50,000 


/ 




/ 




40,000 


/ 




1 




30,000 


/ 




^SERVED 




20,000 


#NUMHhl? 

K SERVED 








10,000 










9,000 




















7,000 










6,000 










5,000 










4,000 










3,000 










2,000 










1 ,000 




















800 










700 










600 




















400 








^ 










f NUMBER 
J SERVED 






^^^~ 








NUMBER SERVED 
























I 


70 










60 










50 










40 






WORKERS^ 




30 






/ 


J 




WORKER^^ 
INSTITUTIONS 




V^ 


' 


10 




tMtki^^ 






1949 1953 1954 


1949 1953 1954 


▲ ▲ ▲ 

1949 1953 1954 


▲ ▲ ▲ 

1949 1953 '954 



Statistics as of Dec. 31 sf of each year. 



ORPHANAGES 



JUVENILE CRIME PRE- 
VENTION 




1949 1953 1954 



949 1953 1954 1949 1953 1954 

Statistics as of Dec. 31st of each year. 



70 



KINDERGARTENS 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS 



JUNIOR HIGH 



SENIOR HIGH 




1949 1953 1954 1949 1953 1954 1949 1953 1954 

Statistics as of Dec. 31st of each year. 

Education I.B.C. statistics not obtained for 1949 & 1953 for Primary, Junior High, 

Junior College, College and Theological Schools. 

I.B.C. statistics not obtained for 1949, 1954 for Kindergartens. 



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High, 



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OTHER 73 




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Statistics as of Dec. 31st of each year. 



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SECTION III 
DIRECTORIES 



JAPANESE CHURCH HEADQUARTERS 



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Assenburiizu Kyodan 

(Eikoku Kei) (Assembly of 

God- -Great Britain and 

Ireland) 54, 1 Chome, Wa- 

tarida Shin Cho, Kawasaki 

Shi, Kanagawa Ken 

Phone: Kawasaki 2485 

Supt.: D. E. Davies 

Bankoku Fukuin Kyodan 'J5MU SIM 

(World Evangelical Body) 

162 Hommachi, Matsu- 

moto Shi, Nagano Ken 

Phone: Matsumoto 2347 

Moderator: Rev. Nakazawa 

Beikoku Adobento Sen- 

kyokai Nihon Shibu 

(American Advent Mission 

Society) 29, Tatsumi-dori 3 

Ghome, Asahigaoka, Sakai 

Shi, Osaka 

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CHURCH HEADQUARTERS 



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Phone: Sakai 1660 
Supt: Floyd Powers 

4. Beikoku Itchi Baputesuto 
Rengo Nippon Dendo- 

dan (Baptist General Con- 
ference of America) 11, 
Toyotama Kita 2 Chome, 
Nerima Ku, Tokyo 
Moderator: G. Swanson 

5. Beteru Kirisuto Shokai 
(Bethel Christian Church) 
24, Akita Machi, Higashi 
Kyujo, Shimokyo Ku, 
Kyoto 

Rep.: Saburo Chikamatsu 
Miss Agnes Moy 

6. Fuinrando Jiyu Kaigai 
Dendo Kyodan (Finnish 
Free Overseas Mission 
Church) 101, Kami Ovvari 
Cho, Kitashirakawa, Sakyo 
Ku, Kyoto Shi 
Moderator: L. Hiemonen 

7. Fuiraderufuia Mishion 
(Church of Philadelphia) 
47 Ozato Machi, Naka Ku, 
Yokohama 

Rep.: H.N, Hestekind 



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8. Fukuin Dendo Kyodan 

(Gospel Evangelical Body) 
445, Hyakken Cho, Mae- 
bashi Shi, Gumma Ken 
Chairman: Miss D.A. Parr 

9. Fukuin Koyukai (Japan 
Gospel Fellowship) 462, 4 
Chome, Showa Cho, Hama- 
dera, Sakai Shi, Osaka Fu 
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10. Fukuin Ruteru Kyokai 
Nihon Dendobu (Evange- 
lical Lutheran Church of 
Finland) 21, Maruyama 
Cho, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo 
Rep.: Olaf Hansen 

11. Hokubei Menonaito Bu- 
razaren Kyodan (North 
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thren Church) 59, Sonpachi 
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Shoen, Ikeda Shi, Osaka Fu 
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H. Gaede 

12. Iesu Fukuin Kyodan 
(Gospel of Jesus Church) 






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1548, Shimo Hoya, Hoya 

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Dir.: Yu Akichika 

13. Iesu no Mitama Kyokai 
Kyodan (The Spirit of 
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kubo, Suginami Ku, Tokyo 
Phone : 39-5925 

Bishop: Rev. Jun Murai 

14. Immanueru So go Dendo 
Dan (Immanuel General 
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Chome, Ghiyoda Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: Funabashi 561 
Director: Rev. F. Tsutada 

15. Kami no Kyokai (Church 
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1 Chome, NerimaKu, Tokyo 
Rep.: Rev. S. Taniguchi 

16. Kaninguhamu Mis hi on 
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Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo 
Rev.: Rev. W. D. Cunning- 
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17. Kashiwazaki Kirisuto 
Kyokai (Japan Evangelical 



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DIRECTORIES 



Mission) Kujiranami, 

Kashiwazaki Shi, Niigata 

Ken 

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18. Kassui Kirisuto Kyodan 
(Living Water Christian 
Body) 406, "2 Chome, Sai- 
wai, Odawara Shi, Kana- 
gawa Ken 

Phone: Odawara 1373 
Moderator: Rev. Tsutomu 
Abe 

19. Kinan Kurisuchian Mi- 
shion (COC) (Kinan Chris- 
tian Mission) 80, Shimo- 
yashiki Cho, Tanabe Shi, 
Wakayama Ken 

Res.: Miss Vivian Lemmon 

20. Kirisuto Doshinkai (Ply- 
mouth Brethren) c/o Mr. 
Z. Suzuki, 41, Shiroyama 
Cho, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. 
Rep.: Mr. Zenshichi Suzuki 

21. Kirisuto Kyodai Dan 
(Christian Brotherhood 
Church) 8, Ogawa Machi 
3 Chome, Kanda, Chiyoda 
Ku, Tokyo 



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22. Kirisutokyo Dendo Kan 
(Japan Apostolic Mission) 
1, 880 Kami Yokota Cho, 
Sumiyoshi, Fukuoka Shi 
Supt.: W. Richert 

23. Kirisutokyo Dojin Sha- 
dan (Christian Fellowship 
Society) 12, Fujimi Cho 2 
Chome, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo 
Supt.: Senichi Kimura 

24. Kirisutokyo Kanan Kyo- 
dan (Christian Canaan 
Body) 24, Higashi 1 Cho, 
Kushiya Machi, Sakai Shi, 
Osaka Fu 
Supt.: Rev. Seibei Morita 

25. Kirisutokyo Toyo Kyu- 
rei Dan (Christian Oriental 
Salvation Church) 27, Izumi- 
Dori 4 Chome, Nada Ku, 
Kobe 

Phone: 8-6462 
Supt.: Tokuda Cho 

26. Kirisuto no Kyokai 
(Church of Christ) Moto- 
shirogane Machi, Mito Shi 



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Rep.: Harold E. Holland 
Kirisuto Shinshu Kyo- 

dan (Christian Spiritual 
Body) 6784, Shimo Yoshida, 
Fuji Yoshida Shi, Yama- 
nashi Ken 

Director: Shinsui Kawaai 
Kirisuto Shinto no Shu- 
kai (Plymouth Brethren) 
475, 4 Choine, Omiyamae, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo 
Rep.: Yoshizo Shoji 
Kirisuto Yukai, Beikoku 
Oregon Nenkai (Friends, 
Oregon Convention) 60, 4 
Chome, Yamasaka Cho, 
Higashi Sumiyoshi Ku, 
Osaka 

Phone: 79-2325 
Rep.: C. A. Bundy 
Kirisuto Yukai Nippon 
Nenkai (Friends, Japan 
Convention) 14, 1 Chome, 
Mita Dai Machi, Shiba, 
Minato Ku, Tokyo 
Moderator : Toyotaro Ta- 
kemura 
Kokusai Kirisuto Kyo- 



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dan (International Christian 
Church) 838 Sendagaya 5 
Chome, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo 
Phone : 37-1966 
Supt.: Togawa Yoshimoto 

32. Kurisuchian Saiensu 
(Christian Science) First 
Church of Christ Scientist, 
33 Nagata Cho 1 Chome, 
Ghiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 

33. Kyokuto Fukuin Juji Gun 
(Far Eastern Gospel Cru- 
sade) 111 Hakuraku, Kana- 
gawa Ku, Yokohama 
Phone: 4-5217 

Director : Robert Foster 

34. Kyusei Gun Nippon Ho- 
nei The Salvation Army 
in Japan) Jimbo Cho 17, 2 
Chome, Kanda, Chiyoda 
Ku, Tokyo 

Phone: 33-7311-3 
Territorial Commander : 
Commissioner Masuzo 

Uyemura 

35. Kyushu Kurisuchian Mi- 
shion (COG) (Kyushu Chr- 
istian Mission) 10925 Ni- 



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shihara Gho, Kanoya Shi 
Kagoshima Ken 
Rep.: Mark G. Maxey 

36. Mabashi Kirisuto-no- 
Kyokai (COC) (Mabashi 
Church of Christ) 500, Ma- 
bashi, 4 Chome Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo 

Rep.: Miss Grace Farnham 

37. Matsujitsu-Seito Iesu 
Kirisuto Kyokai (Church 
of Jesus Christ of Latter 
Day Saints) 2-14, Hiroo 
Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo 

Sept.: Hilton A. Robertson 

38. Mino Mishion (Mino Mis- 
sion) Tomidahama, Yokka- 
ichi, Mie Ken 

Phone : Ozaki 1007 
Supt.: E.A. Whewell 

39. Nagoya Kurisuchian Mi- 
shion (COC) (Nagoya 
Christian Misson) 19 Shi- 
shobako, Chiguza Kyoku, 
Nagoya 

Rep.: Howard Davis 

40. Nippon Araiansu Kyo- 



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63, Hakushima-Nishi, Naka 
Machi, Hiroshima Shi 
Rep.: Rev. Shigezo Ogata 

41. Nippon Assenburiizu 
Kyodan (Assemblies of 
God Church of Japan) 430, 
Komagome 3 Chome, To- 
shima Ku, Tokyo 

Phone : 94-4925 
Moderator : Rev. Kiyoma 
Yumiyama 

42. Nippon Baputesuto Rem- 
mei (NCC) (Japan Baptist 
Convention) 11 Kamiyama 
Machi, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo 
Phone : 46-5170 
President : Rev. Buntaro 
Kimura 

43. Nippon Domei Kirisuto 
Kyodan (Tne Evangelical 
Alliance Mission) 15, Uye- 
nohara Machi, Nakano Ku, 
Tokyo 

Moderator : Rev. M. Ma- 
tsuda 

44. Nippon Fukuin Jiyu Kyo- 
kai (Evangelical Free 



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Machi, Kamikyo Ku, Kyo- 
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Rep.: W. E. Thalleen 

45. Nippon Fukuin Kyodan 
(Japan Gospel Church) 3 
Nishi Hatchobori 1 Chome, 
Chuo Ku, Tokyo 
Moderator : Katsue Yoshi- 
no 

46. Nippon Fukuin Ruteru 
Kyokai (Japan Evangelical 
Lutheran Church) 921, 
Saginomiya 2 Chome, Naka- 
no Ku, Tokyo 

Phone: 39-0959 
Rep.: Rev. Y. Makise 

47. Nippon Horinesu Kyokai 
(Japan Holiness Church) 
391, Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 
Shinjuku Ku Tokyo 
Phone: 37-3674 

Supt.: Rev. Akiji Kuru- 
mada 

48. Nippon Horinesu Kyo- 
dan (Japan Holiness Body) 
412, Tamagawa Nakamachi 
2 Chome, Setagaya Ku, 



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Tokyo 

Phone : Tamagawa 317 

Moderator : Rev. M. Ara- 

hara 

49. Nippon Iesu Kirisuto 
Kyodan (Japan Jesus Christ 
Church) 130 Aio Machi 1 
Chome, Akashi Shi 
Chairman : Iisuke Kojima 

50. Nippon Jiyu Mesojisuto 
Kyodan (Free Methodist 
Church) 81, Maruyama 
Dori 1 Chome, Abeno Ku, 
Osaka 

President : Kaneo Oda 

51. Nippon Jiyu Shukyo 
Remmei (Unitarians) c/o 
Seisoku Koko, 24 Shiba 
Koen, Minato Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: 43-0913 
Chairman : Hideo Kishi- 
moto 

52. Nippon Kabuenanto 
Kyokai (Japan Covenant 
Church) 395 Akatsutsumi 
Cho 2 Chome, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo 

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53. Nippon Kirisuto Choro 
Kyokai (Japan Christian 
Presbyterian Church) 1235 
Matsunoki Cho, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo 
Moderator : Kozo Goto 

54. Nippon Kirisuto Kai 
(Japan Christian Society) 
Tokyo Church: 37, Ma tsu- 
nami Cho, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo 
Minister : Toyokichi Mori 

55. Nippon Kirisuto Kaika- 
kuha Kyokai (Reformed 
Church in Japan) 20, Shi- 
modori 5 Chome, Shibuya 
Ku, Tokyo 

Stated Clerk : Rev. T. To- 
kiwa 

56. Nippon Kirisuto Kyokai 
(Japan Presbyterian Church) 
Daikai Office, c/o Omori 
Church, 1 16 Iriarai 4 Chome 
Ota Ku, Tokyo 
Moderator : Rev. K. Ima- 
mura 

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(NCC) (The United Church 
of Christ in Japan) Chris- 
tian Center, 2, Ginza 4 
Chome, Chuo Ku, Tokyo 
Phone : 56-6131 
Moderator : Rev. Ken 
Muto 

58. Nippon Nazarene Kyo- 
dan (Church of the Naza- 
rene) 237, Oyama Cho, 
Tamagawa, Setagaya Ku, 
Tokyo 

Phone : 72-5667 
Supt.: W. A. Eckel 

59. Nippon Pentekosute 
Kyodan (Japan Pentecostal 
Church) Ikoma, Nara Ken 
Supt.: L. W. Coote 

60. Nippon Ruteru Kyokai 
(Japan Lutheran Chruch) 
16 Fujimi Cho 1 Chome, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: 33-8624 
Moderator : W. J. Danker 

61. Nippon Seiko Kwai(NCC) 
(The Episcopal Church of) 
Japan) 23, Tokiwamatsu 
Cho, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo 






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Presiding Bishop : The 
Most Rev. Michael H. Ya- 
shiro 

62. Nippon Senkyokai (Japan 
Mission Society) Moto 
Hachioji, Shigai, Hachioji 
Shi, Tokyo 
Supt.: Yoshisuke Aida 

63. Nippon Wuesureyan Me- 
sodisuto Senkyodan (Ja- 
pan Wesleyan Methodist 
Church) 261, Itabashi 3 
Chome, Itabashi Ku, Tokyo 
Chairman: Rev. A. G. Wolf 

64. Noruei Dendokai (Norwe- 
gian Mission Society) 15 
Tezukayama Nishi 3 Cho- 
me, Sumiyoshi Ku, Osaka 
Chairman : Mr. Shorester 

65. Noruei Ruteru Dendo 
Kyokai (Norwegian Luth- 
eran Mission) 3 Nakajima 
Dori 2 Chome, Fukiai Ku, 
Kobe 
Supt.: Anders Hooas 

66. Noruei Ruteru Jiyu Kyo- 
kai Nihon Dendodan 48, 
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Tarumi Ku, Kobe 
Rep.: Sigurd Aske 

67. Opun Baiburu Sutanda- 
do Kyodan (Open Bible 
Standard Churches) 1100 
Sumida Cho 4 Chome, Su- 
mida Ku, Tokyo 

Rep.: P. L. Rounds 

68. Osaka Kurisuchian Mi- 
shion (COC) (Osaka Chris- 
tian Mission) 31 Naka- 
miya Cho 6 Chome, Asahi 
Ku, Osaka 

Rep.: M. B. Clark 

69. Riibenzera Mishion (Lie- 
benzeller Mission) 1982 
Nakanojima, Kawasaki Shi, 
Kanagawa Ken 

Rep.: Otto Mosimann 

70. Ruteru Doho Senkyodan 
(The Church of Lutheran 
Brethren of America) 2-15 
Eikaku Cho, Tozakiko, 
Akita Ken 

Rep.: F. Werdal 

71. Sebunsu Dee Adobenchi- 
suto Kyodan (Seventh Day 
Adventists) 164, Onden 3 



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Chome, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo 
Phone : 48-6543-4916 
Supt.: Rev. F. R. Millard 

72. Sei Iesu Kai (Holy Jesus 
Society) 880, Tozuka Cho 
3 Chome, Shinjuku Ku, 
Tokyo 

Phone : 33-7466 
Moderator : Rev. Takeji 
Otsuki 

73. Shimo Ochiai Kirisuto- 
no-Kyokai (COC) (Shimo 
Ochiai Church of Christ) 
1146 Shimo Ochiai 3 Cho- 
me, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo 
Rep.: J. Fleenor 

74. Shinrei Seisho Yuko Kai 
(Japan Baptist Bible Fellow- 
ship) 328, Noborito Cho 
3 Chome, Chiba Shi, Chi- 
ba Ken 

Phone : Chiba 324 
Rep.: I. F. Foster 

75. Shu Iesu Kyodan (Church 
of the Lord Jesus) 215 
Shujomachi, Hiroshima Shi 
Rep.: Kyo Kurokawa 

76. Toyo Senkyokai Kiyome 



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Kyokai (Oriental Missio- 
nary Society, Holiness 
Church) 971, Kashiwagi 
4 Chome, Shinjuku Ku, 
Tokyo 
Chief: Rev. K. Ozaki 

77. Watch Tauwa Seisho Sa- 
tsushi Kyokai (Watch 
Tower Bible and Tract 
Society) 1, Toyooka Cho, 
Mita, Shiba, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo 

Rep*: Donald Haslett 

78. Zainippon Taikan Kiri- 
suto Kyokai (Korean 
Christian Church in Japan) 
4 Sarugaku Cho 2 Chome, 
Kanda, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo 
Phone : 25-2623 

Supf: O. Yoon Tai 

79. Independent Churches 

80. Nippon Harisutosu Sei- 
kyokai (Japan Orthodox 
Church) 1, Surugadai 4 
Chome, Kanda, Chiyoda 
Ku, Tokyo 

Phone: 25-1885 
Patriarch : Irene Bekish 



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81. Nippon Katorikku Kyo- 

kai (Japan Catholic Church) 
1, Rokuban Cho 10, Chiyo- 
da Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: 33-4874, 4763 
Archbishop : Tatsuo Doi 









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HEADQUARTERS OF OTHER RELIGIOUS 
AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS 



1. Byoin Dendo Bunsho 
Kankokai (Hospital Evan- 
gelism Publishing Society) 
c/o Christian Service Center, 
Bentcn Dori 4 Chome, Naka 
Ku, Yokohama 

2. Iesu no Tomo Kai 
(Friends of Jesus Society) c/o 
Dr. T. Kagawa, 603 Kami 
Kitazawa 2 Chome, Seta- 
gaya Ku, Tokyo 
Chairman : T. Kagawa 

3. Kirisutokyo Bunka Gak- 
kai (Christian Cultural As- 
sociation) c/o Meiji Gakuin 
Imazato Cho, Shiba Shiro- 
kane, Minato Ku, Tokyo 

4. Kirisutokyo Doshikai 
(Christian Fellowship Socie- 
ty) c/o Rev. T. Katatani, 
81 Nishiogikubo 2 Chome, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo 
Chairman: Rev. H. Shirato 

5. Kirisutokyo Hoiku Rem- 

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mei (Christian Federation 
of Childhood Education) 
c/o Mrs. Y. Iwamura, 977 
Tsutsumikata Machi, Ota, 
Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: 75-1440 
President: Mrs. Y. Iwamura 

6. Kirisutokyo Jido Fuku- 
shi Kai (Christian Chil 
dren's Fund) 405 Seishokan, 
2, Ginza 4 Chome, Chuo 
Ku, Tokyo 

Chairman: Rev. Y. Manabe 

7. Kirisutokyo Kyoiku Do- 
mei kai (National Christian 
Education Association in 
Japan) Christian Center, 2, 
Ginza 4 Chome, Chuo Ku, 
Tokyo 

Phone : 56-7643 
Chairman: Rev. S. Murata 

8. Kirisutokyo Shigakukai 
(The Society of Historical 
Study of Christianity) c/o 
Kanto Gakuin, Mutsuura, 
Kanazawa Ku, Yokohama 

9. Kirisuto Shimbuusha 
(The Christ Weekly) 6, 1 



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Chome, Kanda Nishiki Cho, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo 
President : Dr. T. Kagawa 

10. KokusaiKirisutokyoHo- 
shidan (Agents for Church 
World Service) (Internation- 
al Christian Service Com- 
mittee) Christian Center, 2, 
Ginza 4 Chome, Chuo Ku, 
Tokyo 

Chairman: Hallam C. Shor- 
rock 

11. Lacour Kinen-Ongaku 
Dendo Dan (The Lacour 
Memorial Musical Evange- 
listic Crusade) c/o Kirisuto 
Shimbunsha 

Chairman: Rev. Akira Ebi- 
sawa 

12. Naigai Kyoryokukai 
(Council of Cooperation) 
Chiistian Center, 2 Ginza 4 
Chome, Chuo Ku, Tokyo 
Chairman: Rev. M. Kozaki, 
D.D. 

13. Nippon Eiga Dendo Kyo- 
kai (Japan Motion Picture 
Evangelical Association) 1, 



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Ginza Nishi 4 Chome, Chuo 

Ku, Tokyo 

Chairman: Rev. T. Takase 

14. Nippon Katei Seisho Kai 

(Japan Home Bible League) 
Bible House (Christian 
Center) 2, Ginza 4 Chome, 
Chuo Ku, Tokyo. 
President: Shun Suzuki 

15. Nippon Kinshu Domei 
(Japan Temperance Union) 
10, Haruki Cho, 2 Chome, 
Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo 

16. Nippon Kirisutokyo Bun- 
ka Kyokai (Japan Christian 
Cultural Society) Christian 
Center, 2, Ginza 4 Chome, 
Chuo Ku, Tokyo 

Phone: 56-8446, Ext. (4) 
Chairman: Rev. Manabe 

17. Nippon Kirisutokyo Fu- 
jin Kyofukai (Women's 
Christian Temperance 
Union of Japan) 360 Okubo 
Hyakuninmachi 3 Chome, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo 
President: Mrs. Kuni Sawa- 






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18. Nippon Kirisutokyo Hei- 
wa Kyokai (Japan Chris- 
tiad Peace Association) 2, 
Ginza 4 Chome, Chuo Ku, 
Tokyo 

President: Dr. Y. Abe 

19. Nippon Kirisutokyo Jo- 
shi-Seinenkai (National 
YWCA of Japan) 15, Kudan 
4 Chome, Chiyoda Ku, 
Tokyo 

Phone: 33-7167. 
Chairman: Rev. (Mrs.) T. 
Uemura 

20. Nippon Kirisutokyo Kyo- 
gikai (The National Chris- 
tian Council of Japan) 
Christian) Center, 2 Ginza 4 
Chome, Chuo Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: Kyobashi 56-5003 
Cable code: "JAACONCIL- 
TOKYO" 

Chairman: Rev. M. Kozaki, 
D.D. 

21. Nippon Kirisutokyo Sei- 
nenkai Domei (National 
YWCA of Japan) 2 Nishi- 
Kanda 1 Chome, Chiyoka 



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Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: 29-5201-4 
Chairman: T. Igarashi 

22. Nippon Kirisutosha Ika 

Remmei (Japan Council 
of Christian Doctors) c/o 
Shinanomachi Church, 30 
Shinanomachi, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. 
Chairman : E. Nagamatsu 

23. Nippon Mojin Kiristokyo 
Dendo Kyogikai (Tlie 
Council of Christian Evan- 
gelism for the Blind in 
Japan) c/o National Chris- 
tian Council 2, Ginza 4 
Chome, Chuo Ku, Tokyo 
Chairman : Rev. K. Kashi- 



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kyo Kyorei Kai (Japan 
Union of Christian Endea- 
vor) c/o Mr. K. Hata, Asahi 
Building, Ginza 7 Chome, 
Chuo Ku, Tokyo 
President : Rev. T. Makino 
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House (Christian Center) 2, 
Ginza 4 Chome, Chuo Ku, 
Tokyo 

Chairman : Rev. M. Imai- 
zumi 

Seisho Ghukai Kankokai 
(Bible Commentary Pub- 
lishing Association) c/o Kyo 
Bun Kwan 
Phone : 56-8446 
Chairman : Mitsu Tomita 
Sekai Kirisutokyo Kyo- 
gikai Nanmin Kyusaibu 
(World Council of Churches 
Dept. of Interchurch Aid 
and Service to Refugees) 
Christian Center, 2, Ginza 
4 Chome, Chuo Ku, Tokyo 
Phone : 56-4774 
Chairman : Hallam C. 
Shorrock 

Yokohama Iryo Dendo- 
kai (Yokohama Gospel and 
Medical Mission) 100, Mi- 
namiota Machi 1 Chome, 
Minami Ku, Yokohama 
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Reconciliation) 4th Floor, 
Kyo Bun Kwan Bekkan, 6, 
1 Kanda Nishiki Cho, Chi- 
yoda Ku, Tokyo 
Phone : 25-6691 
National Chairman : Iwao 
Ayusawa 

Executive Secretary : Paul 
M. Sekiya 

Zen-Nippon Kirisutokyo 
Shakai Jigyo Dome! (All 
Japan Christian Social Wel- 
fare Association) c/o T Na- 
mae, 2, Agechi Machi, 
Shibuya Ku, Tokyo 
Chairman : T. Namae 
Zen-Nippon Shakai- 

shugi Kirisutosha Zen- 
sen Dome! (All Japan 
Christian Socialist League) 
c/o Prof. G. Sakakibara, 15 
Uguisudani Cho, Shibuya 
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STUDENT CENTERS IN JAPAN 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, JAPAN 
MISSION 

Student Center. 1 1 Hayashi-Cho, Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo 
Director : Morris Sorenson. Tel. 92-2677 

INTER VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

Ochanomizu Student Centre, Surugadai, Kanda, Tokyo 
Director : Miss Irene Webster-Smith Tel. 29-1512 
Counselor : Rev. Keith Miller. 

JAPAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Tokyo Student Center, 1-1 Sadohara-Cho, Ichigaya, 
Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo. Pastor : Rev. Atsumi Tazaka 
Director : Rev. Norman H. Nuding. Tel. 33-7504 

KYODAN 

1. Student Christian Fellowship Center, 30 Shinano- 
machi, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo. Directors : Rev. 
Noboru Nishido, Rev. David Swain. Tel. 35-2432. 

2. Student Center, c/o Rev. Phillip Williams, 23 
Komegafukuro Machi, Sendai. 

3. Student Center, Sapporo. Director : Rev. Robert 
Barker. 

SEIKOKAI 

Student Center, Sapporo. Directors : Prof. Hideyasu 
Nakagawa, Rev. William Eddy. 

WASEDA HOSHIEN 

550, 1 Chome, Totsuka Machi, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo. 
Tel. 33-3687. Executive Secretary : Mr. D. Y. Muko- 
tani. Pastor : Rev. E. S. Shinozaki. Residential Mis- 
sionary : Rev. W. M. Fridell. Student Secretary : Mr. 
Akiharu Nasu. 

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CHRISTIAN RURAL CENTERS 

A. CHURCH OF CHRIST IN JAPAN. 

(Nihon Kiristo Kyodan) 

I. National Rural Service and Training Center 

Hino Machi, Minami Tama Gun, Tokyo 
President: Dr. E. M. Clark. Director: Rev. Gen- 
ichi Murono 
II. Regional Service and Training Centers 

1. Kwansai Area 
limorino, Hyogo Ken. Director: Rew Tomi 

jiro Iwatsuka 

2. Tohoku Area 
Rifu, Miyagi Ken. Director: Rev. Hisakichi 

Saito 

3. Hokkaido Area 
Nipporo, Ebetsu Machi. Director: Rev. Kin- 

saku Furuyama 

III. Special Rural Center. 
Prefecture Center Name and Location Pastor in Charge 

1. Shiga Omiseishojuku; Rev. Toranosuke Yama 

Hachiman Shi da 

2. Kagawa Teshima; Shodo 

Gun Mr. Seiichi Fujisaki 

IV. Local Centers. 
1. Hokkaido Yakumo Rev. Banjo Mano 

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2. * 

3. Aomori 

4. Akita 

5. Fukushima 

6. * 

7. Yamagata 

8. Ibaraki 

9. Gumma 

10. * 

11. Niigata 

12. Saitama 

13. Tochigi 

14. Tokyo 

15. Kanagawa 

16. * 

17. Chiba 

18. Shizuoka 

19. Nagano 



Oketo, Kitami 
Goshogavvara 
Yokote Shunan, 

Yokote Shi 
Date 
Aizu-Takada, 

Onuma Gun 
Shinjo 
Mito Shinsei, Mito 

Shi 
Shimamura, Saba 

Gun 
Shibukawa 
Koide 
Koshigaya 
Nishinasuno 
Habu Minato, 

Oshima 
Atsugi 
Misaki Fishing 

Village Center 
Tomisato, Imba 

Gun 
Enshu, Hama- 

matsu Shi 
Fujimi Kogen, 

Fujimi Mura, 

Suwa Gun 



Rev. Shigemitsu Noguchi 
Rev. Kichiya Kikuchi 

Rev. Shigeji Seya 

Rev. Koshiro Motomiya 

Rev. Sakae Endo 
Rev. Naomichi Ashina 

Rev. Chuzo Ushioda 

Rev. Yoshihide Higo 
Rev. Yotaro Kurihara 
Rev. Kanichiro Sakurai 
Rev. Teiro Nagao 
Rev. Tadashi Koike 

Rev. Totaro Shirakawa 
Rev. Yushiro Abe 

Rev. Kazuo Osawa 

Rev. Ichiro Naito 

Rev. Bijitsu Matsumoto 



Rev. Mantaro Koshimizu 




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126 DIRECTORIES 

20. Yamanashi Kusakabe Rev. Natake Sakae 

21. Shizuoka Miyaguchi; Ara- 

tama Mura, 

Inasa Gun Rev. Kyoji Ito 

Omitsu Rev. Rikichi Hayashi 

Owashi Fishing 

Village Rev. Shinobu Koide 

Sakahogi Kamo 

Gun Rev. Fumio Iwai 

Minami-Yama; 

Komenoki, Nis- 

shin Mura, Ai- 
chi Gun Rev. 

26. Shiga Asahi; Higashi 

Asai Gun Rev. Ryoji Sakai 

27. Kyoto Tanba; Sonobe 

Machi, Funai 

Gun Rev. Yamaguchi 

28. Osaka Nagano; Nagano 

Machi Rev. Toru Hashimoto 

29. Wakayama Kokawa Rev. Mitsujiro Kodama 

30. & Minabe Fishing 

Village; Hidaka 

Gun Rev. Sotohiko Matsuzaki 

31. Nara Umami Roto; 

Kitakatsuragi 

Gun Rev. Genjiro Yoshida 

32. Hyogo Shizuki; Awaji 






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33. Tottori 

34. Okayama 

35. Hiroshima 

36. Yamaguchi 

37. Shimane 

38. Ehime 

39. Fukuoka 

40. Oita 

41. Miyazaki 



42. Nagasaki 

43. Kagoshima 



Shima 
Yazu; Koge Machi 
Tomita 
Miyoshi; Futami 

Gun 
Hofu 

Iwami Masuda 
Kawakami; Onzen 

Gun 
Tsuyazaki 
Bungo Takada 
Chausubara; 

Kamihokita Mu- 

ra, Jito Gun 
Isahaya; Isahaya 

Shi 
Ibusuki; Ibusuki 

Shi 



Rev. Shinjiro Endo 
Rev. Shohei Kamatani 
Rev. Susumu Kono 

Rev. Iwao Hayami 
Rev. Masao Baba 
Rev. Kenichiro Sumida 

Rev. Reizo Matsuda 
Rev. Kihei Moriwaki 
Rev. Megumi Amamiya 



Rev. Shinichi Miyamoto 



Rev. Heiji Ito 



Rev. Misaki Shimazu 



B. 



C. 



SEIKO-KAI (Holy Catholic Church - - Anglican) 
Kiyosato Rural Parish (St. Andrew's Church) 
Kiyosato Mura, Kita Koma Gun, Yamanashi Ken. 
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST. 
Nihon San-Iku Gakuin 

Showa Machi, Kimitsu Gun, Chiba Ken. 
CHURCH OF CHRIST. 
Ibaraki Center 

Kuji Machi, Kuji Gun, Ibaraki Ken. 



PROTESTANT SCHOOLS 






In the first column, following the name of the institution in 
romanized Japanese, is the English name, the address, the telephone 
number (if any), and other information according to the key. The 
second column provides a convenient list of school names, addresses 
and names of persons responsible, in Chinese characters vvherev 
this information was available. 

Institutions marked by an asterisk (*) have failed to supply new 
information. The information given is dependent either on t he- 
Japanese Christian Yearbook for 1954 (Kirisutokyo Nenkan) or on the 
1954 JAPAN CHRISTIAN YEARBOOK. 



KEY 

[Y} Name of president or head. 

(2^ Number of students. 

£3} Number of faculty or staff. 

(4T) Number of missionaries. 

£5 J Date of establishment. 

S Seminary or Bible School. 

GD Graduate Department. 

C College 

JC Junior College 

HS High School 

MS Middle School 

PS Primary School 

K Kindergarten 

— Information not supplied. 

128 



WC Women's College 

WJC Women's Junior College 

GHS Girls' High School 

GMS Girls' Middle School 

GPS Girls' Primary School 

CHS Commercial High School 

SC Special Course 






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129 



1 . * Aizu Rittai Nogyo Ken- 

kyujo (Aizu Agricultural 

Institute), Onuma-mura, 

Fukushima-ken. 

CI} Sakae Endo (2^ — 

C33 - CC - C5J. 

2. Aoyama Gakuin (Aoya- 
ma University), 22 Midori- 
ga-oka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 
(40-2181/9). 

C1D Minoru Toyoda [2] 
GD-63, C-4, 741, WJC- 
877, HS-1288, MS--818, 
PS -566 C3D G-190, WJC- 
67, HS-52, MS-42, PS- 24 
C4^ C-ll, WJG-4, HS-3, 
MS-2 C5^ 1874. 

3.* Azami Yosai Gakuin 
(Azami Dressmaking 

School), 28 Keya-cho, 
Fukui-shi (4298). 
Clj Shizuko Yasumoto 
C2^ 30 C3j 3 C5j 1948. 

4. Baika Gakuen, 419 Mi- 
nami Todoroki, Toyonaka- 
shi (Toyonaka 3206). 
CI} Sugi Mibai C2j WJC- 
127, GHS-669, GMS-437 






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C3} WJC-25, GHS-43, 
GMS-36 CC 2 C5} 1878. 

5. Baiko Jogakuin (Baiko 
Girls' School), 1854 Maru- 
yama-cho, Shimonoseki- 
shi (Shimono-seki 3722). 
CI} Shinjiro Hirotsu C2} 
GHS-575, GMS-469 C3} 
GHS-34, GMS-20 0*} 4 
C5} 1914. 

6. Ghinzei Gakuin, 1212 
Sakaeda-cho, Isahaya-shi 
(Isahaya 222). 

Cl} Moritaka Samejima 
C2} HS-740, MS 119 C3} 
38 C4} 1 C5} 1881. 

7.* Chuo Noson Kyoka 
Kenkyujo (National 

Rural Service and Train- 
ing Center), 540 Takakura, 
Hinomachi, Nishi Tama- 
gun, Tokyo. 
CI} E. M. Clark C5} 1948. 

8. Chuo Seisho Gakko 
(Chuo Bible School), 430 
Komagome 3-chome, Bun- 
kyo-ku, Tokyo (94-4925) 
CI} Kiyoma Yumiyama 



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C2} 38 C3} 13 C4j 4 C5} 
1950. 
9.* Domei Seisho Gakko 

(Alliance Bible Institute), 
992 Shimotakaido4-chome, 
Suginami-ku, Tokyo. 
CI} Warren T. Adams C2} 
37 C3j 15 C5} 1950. 

10. Doshisha (Doshisha Uni- 
versity), Monzen-cho, Sho- 
gokuji, Kamikyo-ku, Kyo- 
to (Kami 430). 

CI} Setsuji Otsuka C2} 
GD-419, C 10,333, S 135, 
WC 1,088, GHS-831, 

GMS-804, HS 1,039, MS 
876, CHS 602 C3} GD-52, 
C-227, S-30, HS-44, MS- 
30, CHS-10, GHS 55 C4} 
9 C5D 1885. 

1 1 . Doshisha Kori Gakko, 
Mitsui, Neyagawa-shi 
(Kori 208). 

CI} Sadao Yamada C2} 
HS-652, MS 362. 
12.* Enzeru Daigakuen (An- 
gel Daigakuen), 409 Oaza 
Kitano, Kiimura, Kaiso- 






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gun, Wakayama-ken (Ka- 
wabe 4315). 

C1D Kiichi Hirata C2} 35 
C3D 4 C5D 1945. 

13. Ferisu Jogakuin (Ferris 
Girls' School), 178Yamate- 
cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama- 
shi (Honkyoku 2900). 
C1D Takeo Yamanaga C2} 
WJC-394, GHS-304, 

GMS-312 C33 WJC-64, 
GHS.GMS-32 CC 3 C5} 
1870. 

14* Fukui Eigo Gakko (Fu- 
kui English School), 103 
Hoeikami-cho, Fukuishi 
(Fukui 4598). 

CI} Kogoiemon Nitagai 
C2} 300 C3D 5 C5} 1949. 

15. Fukuoka Jogakuin (Fu- 
kuoka Girls' School), 523 
Minami Yakuin, Fukuoka- 
shi (Nishi 2222). 
CI} Yoshi Tokunaga C2} 
GHS-628, GMS-637, Spe- 
cial Course 41 C3} GHS 
34, GMS 30 (4) 3 C5} 
1885, 



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16.* Fukuzawa Yosai Gaku- 

in (Fukuzawa Dressmak- 
ing School), 1767 Hokujo, 
Tateyama-shi, Chiba-ken 
(Tateyama 413). 
Cl} Haru Fukuzawa (2^ 
50 C3D 4 C5n 1922. 

1 7 . Furendo Gakuen 

(Friends School), 30 Koun- 
cho, Mita-Shiba, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo (45-4616) 
CI} Orie Shimazaki C2} 
HS-291, MS-318 C3} HS- 
17, MS-17 C4D 2C5D 1887. 

18.* Futae Gakuen Shogakko 
(Futae Gakuen Primary 
School), 164 Harigatani- 
cho 1-chome, Urawa-shi, 
Saitama-ken (Urawa shi 
3705). 

CI} Take Matsuo C2} 36 
C3D 4 C5D 1951. 

19. Gakusei Shudoin (Stud- 
ents' Cloister), 21 Maru- 
yama-cho, Bunkyo-ku, 
Tokyo (94-0629) 

CI} Shinsui Kawaai C2} 19 
C3} 1 C5: 1918. 

20 . * Gureisu Eigakuin (Grace 






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English School), 795 No- 
gatamachi 1-chome, Naka- 
no-ku, Tokyo. 
CI} Teruo Okabe &1 70 
C3^ 2 C5D 1952. 
Hakuaisha Gakuen Sho- 
gakko (Hakuaisha Gaku- 
en Primary School), 65 
Moto-imazato, Kita-dori 
2-chome, Higashi Yodo- 
gawa-ku, Osaka (Toyosaki 
367). 

C1D Katsue Kobashi £2} 
160 C3D 5 C5: 1911. 
Hattori Seisho Gakuin 
(Hattori Bible Seminary), 
Hattori Takehara-mura, 
Higashi Ibaragi-gun, Iba- 
ragi-ken. 

C1D Koishi Tanaka C2J 23 
C3^ 11 C5D 1947. 
Heian Jogakuin (Heian 
Girls' School), Shimodate- 
uri dori, Karasuma, Nishi- 
hairu 5-chome, Kamikyo- 
ku, Kyoto (Nishijin 29-30) 
CI} Shotaro Okajima C2D 
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GMS-335 C3D WJC-46, 
GHS-57, GMS-51 C4D 5 
C53 1875. 

24. Heiwa Gakuen (Peace 
School), 5811 Kowada, 
Chigasaki-shi, Kanagawa- 
ken (Tsujido 44). 

CI} Yoriuki Murajima C2D 
HS-85, MS-118, PS-276 
C3: HS-10, MS-12, PS-8 
C4} HS-1, MS-1 C5} 1917 

25. Hinomoto Gakuen, 50 

Shimodera-machi, Himeji- 
shi (Himeji 875). 
CI} Saburo Namioka C2} 
HS-321, MS-327 C3} 29, 
C4J 2, C5^ 1893. 

26. Hirosaki Gakuin, 5 Sa- 
kamoto-cho, Hirosaki-shi. 
(Hirosaki 842). 

CI} Shinshi Oda C2} JC- 
115, HS-662, MS-584 C3} 
JG-35 HMS-50 C4} 3 C5} 
1886. 

27 . Hiroshima Jogakuin, 
46 Kami Nagaregawa-cho, 
Hiroshima-shi. (Naka 
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CI} Hamako Hirose C2} 
C-377, HS-661, MS-644 
C3J C-48, HS-40 MS-28 
C4} HS-2, MS-1 C5} 
1886. 
28.* Hisamune Rittai Nogyo 
Kenkyujo (Hisamune Ag- 
ricultural Institute), Naka- 
kitakami, Oi-cho, Kume- 
gun, Okayama-ken. 
Cl} Tsuyoshi Hisamune 
C5} 1929. 

29. Hokuriku Gakuin, 10 
Kami Kakinokibatake, 
Kanazawa-shi. (3-1985). 
C1D Tetsuo Banjo C2} JC- 
61 HS-613, MS-503 C3} 
JC-31, HS-17, MS-27 C4} 
JC-2, HMS-3 C5} 1884. 

30. Hokusei Gakuen, 17- 
chome, Nishi, Minami- 
gojo, Sapporo-shi (2. 4825) 
C1D Koji Abiko C2} WJC- 
158, HS-675 MS-647, SC- 
72 C3} WJC-41, HS-30, 
MS-23 C4} 3 C5} 1887. 

31. Iai Joshi Gakko, 64 
Suginami-cho, Hakodate- 






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shi, Hokkaido. (1118) 
CI} Shinai Obata C2} 
GHS-301, GMS-365 C3} 
JC-9, HMS-14 CC 11 C5D 
1882. 

Ibaragi Christian Col- 
lege, 4048 Omika, Kuji- 
machi, Ibaragi-ken (Kuji- 
hama 227). 

CI} Logan J. Fox C2} JC- 
192, HS-193 C33 JC-39, 
HS-24 C4} 5 C5D \&%. 

33.* Iimorino Dendo Gakko 
(Iimorino School of Evan- 
gelism), Shimo Satomura, 
Kase-gan, Hyogo-ken. 
CI} Tomijiro Iwatsuka C2} 
5 C3} 10 C4D 2 C5} 1948. 

34.* Ikoma Seisho Gakuin 
(Ikoma Bible College), I- 
komamachi, lkoma-gun, 
Nara-ken. 

CI} Leonard W. Coote C2} 
28 C3} 4 C4} 2 C5} 1925. 

35.* Imumaneru Seisen 

Shingakuin (Immanuel 
Bible Training College), 
57 Tokiwa-machi 10, Ura- 



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wa-shi, Saitama-kcn(4284). 
C1D Tsugio Tsutada C2} 
54 C3D 16 C4D 4 C5} 1949. 

36.* Jiyu Gakuen, Minami- 
zawa, Gakuen-machi, 

Kurumemura Kitatama- 
gun, Tokyo (Tanashi-101) 
CI} Motoko Hani C2} Boys- 
192, Girls-418, PS-202 C3} 
Boys-30, Girls-40, PS- 18 
C5} 1921. 

37.* Joshi Eiyo Gakuen 
(Women's Junior College 
of Nutrition), 422 Koma- 
gome, 3-chome, Toshima- 
ku, Tokyo (94-2743). 
CI} Aya Kagawa C2} 320 
C3} 16 C5} 1950. 

38. Joshi Gakuin, 10, 22 
Ichibancho, Chiyoda-ku, 
Tokyo (33-6825). 

CI} Tsuchi Yamamoto C2} 
HS-654, MS-737 C3} HS- 
27, MS-25 C4} 2 C5} 1870. 

39. Joshi Sei Gakuin, 353 
Nakazato-cho, Kita-ku, 
Tokyo 82-0523). 

CI} Nobundo Oda C2} 






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GHS-492, GMS-532 C3} 
GHS-27, GMS-22 C4} 5 
C5} 1905. 

40. Kamojima Gakuen, 

Kamojima-cho, Oe-gun, 
Tokushima-ken (134). 
CI} Yoshikazu Tarumi C2} 
HS-40 C3D HS-15 C4D 1 
C5} 1947. 

41. Kansei Gakuin, 1 Ban- 
cho, Uegahara, Nishino- 
miya-shi (Nishinomiya 
620). 

CI} H. W. Outerbridge 
C2} GD-242, C-5788 JC- 
867, HS-848, MS-544 C3} 
C-313, JC-54, HS-44, 
MS-26 C4D G-10, JC-1, 
HS-1, MS-1 C5D 1889. 

42.* Kansai Seisho Gakko 
(J. E. B. Kansai Bible 
School), 87 Shiyoya-machi, 
Tarumi-ku, Kobe. 
CI} Goro Sawamura C2} 
51 C3} 12 C43 3 C53 1925. 

43. Kanto Gakuin, 4 Miha- 
rudai, Minami-ku, Yoko- 
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234). 

CI} YuSakataC2nC-1600, 
HS-660, MS-650, PS-400, 
CHS-500, Mutsuura HS- 
300, Mutsuura MS-450 C3} 
C-140, HS-33, MS-24, PS- 
16, CHS-45, Mutsuura 
HS-20, Mutsuura MS-24 
C4T| C-3, HMS-3 C5D 1919. 

44.* Karuisawa Seisho Ga- 
kuin (Karuisawa Bible 
Institute), 2163 Karuizawa, 
Karuizawa-shi (2302). 
CI} Earl F. Tygert C2} H 
C3D 7 C4} 2 C5} 1949. 

45.* Kashiwazaki Seisho 

Gakuin (Kashiwazaki 

Bible Institute), Kujira- 
nami-machi, Kashiwazaki- 
shi, Niigata-ken. 
C1D Lyman R. Spaulding 

46.* C2} 6 C3J7C4:5C5: 1952. 
Kagawa Nittai Nogyo 
Denkyujo (Kagawa Agri- 
cultural Institute), 71 So- 
shigaya 1-chome, Seta- 
gaya-ku, Tokyo. 
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Ogawa ; Ibaraki Branch : 
Takuji Kume ; Nagano 
Branch : Eiichi Yamamoto 
C2} Tokyo Branch-20, 
others-90 C3] 20 C5} 1946. 
47* Keimei Gakuen, 1737 
Haijima-mura, Kitatama- 
gun, Tokyo (Haijima 3). 
CI] Naoaki Sugano C2] 
HS 49, MS 39, PS-65 C3D 
HS-21, MS 24, PS 16 C5] 
1940. 

48. Keimei Jogakuin, 35, 4 
Nakayamate Dori, Ikuta- 
ku, Kobe-shi (Fukiai 3539) 
CI] Masahisa Tobita C2] 
GHS-190, GMS-131 C3] 
GHS-12, GMS 10 C5D 
1924. 

49. Keisei Joshi Koto Gak- 
ko, 515 Niemon-cho, Higa- 
shi-ku, Osaka-shi (Higashi 
1550). 

CI] Masae Inagaki C2] 
GHS-110 C3] 15 C5] 1924. 

50. Keisen Jogakuen, 1090 
Funabashi-cho, Setagaya- 
ku, Tokyo (32-1812). 



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CI} Jiro Shimizu C2} 
WJC-144, GHS-443, 

GMS-482 C3D WJC-50, 
GHS-36, GMS-18 C5} 
1817. 

51. Kinjo Gakuin, 2, 4 Shi- 
rakabe-cho, Higashi-ku, 
Nagoya-shi (Higashi 4620) 
CI} Buichi Kondo C2} 
C-1263,HS- 1641, MS- 1330 
C3} 151 C4} C-3, HMS-2 
C5} 1889. 

52. Kirisutokyo Dokuritsu 
Gakuen, (Christian Inde- 
pendence Institute), 826 
Tsugawa-mura Tsujimizu, 
Nishiokitama-gun, Yama- 
gata-ken. 

CI} Sukeyoshi Suzuki C2} 
HS-26 C3} HS-6 C5} 1948. 

53 . Kobe Jogakuin, 65 Oka- 
dayama, Nishinomiya-shi 
(Nishinomiya 2264). 
CI} Monkichi Nanba C2} 
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GHMS-2 C5} 1875. 

54. Kobe Kaikakuha Shin- 
gakko (Kobe Reformed 
Seminary), Nada-ku, Kobe 
(Mikage 4922) 
CI} Minoru Okada C2} 20 
C33 5 M 1 C5} 1947. 

55* Kobe Seisho Gakuin 
(Kobe Bible Seminary), 10 
Kagoike-dori 1-chome, 

Fukiai-ku, Kobe. 
CI} Hidehiko Sato C2} 16 
C3} 5 C4j 1 C5j 1948. 

56.* Kobe Shingakuin (Kobe 
Theological Seminary), 161 
Odawara, Sumiyoshi-cho, 
Higashi Nada-ku, Kobe. 
CI} Yoshitaro Imamura 
C23 20 C33 11 C5D 1946. 

57.* Kokusai Eigo Gakko 
(International English 

School), 838 Sendagaya 
5-chome, Shibuya-ku, To- 
kyo (37-1966). 
CI} Yoshimoto Togawa 
C2} Eng- 250, Type- 100 C3} 
Eng-35,' Type 5 C4} 5 C5} 
1945. 









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57 . Kokusai Kirisutokyo 

Daigaku (International 
Christian University), 1500 
Osawa, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo 
(Musashino 398-3791). 
CI} Hachiro Yuasa C2} 
329 C33 54 C43 18 C5D 1953. 

58. Koran Jo Gakko, 1046, 
7 Hiratsuka, Shinagawa- 
ku, Tokyo (78-4736). 

03 Kiichi Sasaki C2} 
GHS-294, GMS-300 C3} 
GHS-16, GMS-14 ^ 
GHMS-2 C5} 1888. 

59. Kwassui Gakuin, 13 Hi- 
gashi Yamate-cho, Naga- 
saki-shi (1416) 

ClJ Caroline S. Peckham 
C2: WJC 445, GHS-471, 
MHS-420 C3} WJC- 50, 
GHS-23, GMS 23 ^ 
WJC 5, GHMS-1 C5J 
1879. 

60. Kyoai Gakuen, 131 Iwa- 
kami-cho, Maebashi-shi 
(Maebashi 2223). 

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MS-12 C5^ 1888. 
61.* Kyoritsu Joshi Shin- 
gakko (Kyoritsu Women's 
Theological Seminary), 221 
Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, 
Yokohama (2-9049) 
CI} M. Ballantyne {T\ 13 
C3D 8 CC 2 C5] 1900. 

62 . Kyuseigun Shikan Gak- 
ko (The Salvation Army 
School), 31 Jingu-dori, 2- 
chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 
(40-2490). 

Cl} Ichitaro Hitotsuyanagi 
{2~} 13 C3] 7 C5D 1906. 

63. Kyushu Gakuin, 45 Ku- 
hinji, Oemachi, Kuma- 
moto-shi (Kumamoto 779). 
CI} Kiyoshi Kawase C2] 
HS 994, MS-280 C3} HS 
42, MS- 11 CC 3C5} 1910. 

64. Kyushu Jogakuin, 300 
Murozono, Shimizu-cho, 
Kumamoto-shi (Kuma- 
moto 2187). 

Clj Inoko Miura C2} GHS 
771, GMS 223 C3] GHS- 
46, GMS-39 CC 3 C5} 



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1926. 
65 . * Maebashi Seisho Gaku- 

ryo (Maebashi Bible 
School), 124 Seioji-machi, 
Maebashi, Gumma-ken. 
CI} D. A. Parr C2} 3 C3} 
10 C4D 3 C5} 1927. 
1 66 . Matsuyama Jo-nan Ko- 
togakko, 17 Nagaki-cho, 
Matsuyama-shi (Matsu- 
yama 1288) 

CI} Kiju Futagami C2} 
HS-433, MS-46 C3} HS- 
20, MS 9 C5D 1891. 

67 . Matsuyama Shinonome 
Koto Gakko, 65, 3 Okai- 
do, Matsuyama-shi (Ma- 
tsuyama 394). 
CI} Clarence S. Gillett C2} 
HS-541, MS 370, SC-18 
C3} HS-28, MS-24 C*} 3 
C5} 1886. 

63. Meiji Gakuin, 42 Ima- 
zato-cho, Shirogane, Shiba 
Minato-ku, Tokyo (49- 
6187). 

CI} Shiro Murata C2} C- 
2520 HS-790 MS- 500 C3} 



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C-137, HS-37, MS-37 C4j 

C-4,HS-2,MS-2C5D1877. 

69.* Mejiro Rogosu Eigo 

Gakuin (Mejiro Logos 

English School), Mejiro 

1-chome, Toshima-ku, 

Tokyo (97-4001). 

CI] Sawato Yamamoto 

C2: 1800 C3D 20 C4D 18 C5} 

1947. 

70. Miyagi Gakuin, 166 
Sanban-cho Sendai-shi 
(Sendai 196). 

CI} Sada Nishiyama (2^ 
WC-686, HS-722, MS 691 
C3] WC-67, HS 40, MS- 
40 C4] 9 C5} 1886. 

71. Momoyama Gakuin, 5, 
3 Showamachi Naka, Abe- 
no-ku, Osaka-shi (Higashi 
Sumiyoshi 2175). 

CI} Suguru Koizumi (2^ 
HS-972, MS-213 C3] HS 
38, MS- 15 C4} 1 C5} 1890. 

72 . * Mukyokai Seisho Juku, 

(Mukyokai Bible School), 
88 Karashima-machi, Ku- 
mamoto-shi (5473). 



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C1D Ikuo Tejima C2} 80 
C3: 8 C5D 1951. 

73.* Musashino Gakuen 

Shogakko (Musashino 
Gakuen Primary School), 
119 Sakai Musashino-shi, 
Tokyo (Musashino 398 
4219). 

C1D Fujitaro Sato C2} 360 
C3D 14 C5D 1924. 

74.* Musashino Nomin Fu- 
kuin Gakko (Musashino 
Agricultural Gospel 

School), 71 Soshigaya 1- 
chome, Setagaya-ku, To- 
kyo, 

CI} Kanzo Ogawa C2} 20 
C3} 20 C5D 1932. 

75 . Nagasaki Gaikokugo 
Tanki Daigaku (Naga- 
saki Jr. College of Foreign 
Studies), 1 Motodaiku- 
machi, Nagasaki-shi (1256). 
Cl} Takeo Aoyama &~) 
JC 291 C3: 34 C5D 1947 

76 . Nagoya Gakuin, 1 7 Cho- 
kyuji Machi, Higashi-ku, 
Nagoya-shi (Higashi 2764) 






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CI} Tei Tanaka C2} HS- 
883, MS-912 C33 HS-30, 
MS-31 C4} 2 C53 1906. 

77. Niijima Gakuen Koto 
Gakko, 3503 Annaka Ma- 
chi, Gumma-ken (Annaka 
40). 

Cl} Hayao Kashiwagi C2} 
HS-190, MS-280 C3} HS- 
15, MS- 14 C4} HS-2 C5} 
1947. 

78.* Nikorai Gakuin (Nicolai 
Gakuin), 1 Surugadai 4- 
chome, Kanda, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo (29-1885). 
CI} Iriney Bekish C2} 882 
C3} 16 C4} 4 C5} 1949. 

79.* Nippon Araiansu Sei- 
sho Gakko (Japan Alli- 
ance Bible School), 225 
Itsukaichi-machi, Saeki- 
gun, Hiroshima-ken. 
CI} Paul McGarvey C2} 
11 C3} 8 C4} 3 C5} 1950. 

80.* Nippon Fukuin Jiyu 
Seisho Gakuin (Japan 
Evangelical Free Bible In- 
stitute), 58 Komatsubara, 



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DIRECTORIES 



Kitamachi, Kamikyo-ku, 

Kyoto. 

00 W. E. Thaleen C2D 1 1 

C3D 3 C€ 7 C5D 1951 

81.* Nippon Fukuin Shin- 
gakko (Japan Gospel 
Seminary), 2500 Kami 
Ishihara, Chofu-machi, 
• Tokyo (Chofu 457). 
C1D Keichi Hiraide C2} 14 
C3} 7 C5D 1939. 

82.* Nippon Jido Fukuin 
Kyokai Seisho Gakuin 
(Japan Child Evangelism 
Fellowship Bible School), 
146 Nishiyama-cho, Ashi- 
ya, Hyogo-ken. 
Ci: Jane Swetland C2} 6 
C3} 8 C4D - C5} 1952. 

83.* Nippon Junshin Seishi 
Gakuin (Japan Faith 
Bible Institute), 13 Kinu- 
gasa, Kaido-cho, Kami- 
kyo-ku, Kyoto. 
CI} Victor K. Vine C2J 
10 C3D 6 CCl 5 C5J 1954. 

84.* Nippon Kirisutokyokai 
Tokyo Shingaku Juku 



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151 



(Christian Japan Mission 
Tokyo Bible School), 14 
Ghihaya-cho 3-chome, To- 
shima-ku, Tokyo. 
CI} Hisao Kurihara C2} 6 
C3: 10 C5n 1952 

85.* Nippon Kirisuto Shin- 
gakko (Japan Christian 
Theological Seminary), 273 
Horinouchi 2-chome, Su- 
ginami-ku, Tokyo (38- 
0017). 

CI} John M. L. Young C2} 
29 C3^ 15 CCl — C5} 1949. 

86.* Nippon Nazaren Shin- 
gakko (Japan Nazarene 
Seminary), 229 Oyama- 
cho, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 
(72-5667). 

CI} W.A. Eckol C23 29 
C3} 9 C4} 3 C5} 1952). 

87. Nippon Row a Gakko 
(Japan School for the 
Deaf), 457 2-chome, Kami- 
kitazawa, Setagaya-ku, 
Tokyo (32-540). 
CI} Isao Oshima C2} MS- 



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DIRECTORIES 



131 C3J 21 C43 1 C53 1920. 

88. Nippon Ruteru Shin- 
gakko (Japan Lutheran 
Theologieal Seminary), 
921, 2 Saginomiya, Naka- 
no-ku, Tokyo (39-959). 
C1D Chitose Kishi (T\ 50 
C3D 19 CCl 5 C5^ 1951. 

89.* Nippon Saniku Gakuin 
(Seventh Day Adventist 
Schools) : 

Ghiba School : Showa- 
machi, Kimitsu-gun, Ghi- 
ba-ken (Narawa 18). 
C1D R. S. Moore C2D Semi- 
nary and PS- 193 C3^ 30 
C43 6 C5^ 1897. 
Ibaraki School : Higashi 
Ozawa-mura, Kuji-gun, 
Ibaraki-ken. 

CI} Eichi Kawai C2} MS- 
7, PS-8 C3j MS-3, PS-3 
C5} 1949. 

Sapporo School : Nishi 
16-chome Minami 9-jo, 
Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido. 
CI} Keiko Yanami ^ PS- 
16 C3^ 2 C5D 1951. 



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153 



Tokyo School: 171 Ama- 

numa 1-chome, Suginami- 

ku, Tokyo (39 5161). 

£1} Kuniko Matsumoto 

C2^ PS-72 C3^ 5 C5j 1949. 
90.* Nippon Seisho Daiga- 

kuin (Japan Bible Semi- 
nary), 152 Ogikubo 3- 

chome, Suginami-ku, 

Tokyo (39-5925). 

Clj Jun Murai C2} 15 C3} 

2 C5j 1952. 
91.* Nippon Seishogaku 

Kenkyujo (Japan Bible 

Institute), 20 Tomisaka 2- 

chome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 

(92-2921). 

CI} Tsutomu Oshio C2j 
- 125 C3^ 7 C5D 1950. 
92.* Nippon Seisho Gakuin H;fcM|^[% 



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(Japan Bible School), 30 
Ochiai, Kurume-mura, 
Kitatama-gun, Tokyo 

(Kurume 22). 
C1D Hideo Uematsu C2} — 
C3: - C4^ - C5D 1949. 
Nippon Seisho Shin- 
gakko (Japan Bible 



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DIRECTORIES 



School), 500, 1 Shimo 
Ochiai, Shinjuku-ku, To- 
kyo (95-3260). 
C1D Tameichiro Kansai 
C2D 111 C33 26 C4J 2 C5} 
1946. 

94.* Nippon Suijo Gakko, 
140 Yamate-cho, Yokoha- 
ma-shi, (2-9683). 
CI} Den Ito C2D PS- 120 
C3D 18 C5: 1942. 

95.* No son Dendo Shingak- 
ko (Agricultural Evange- 
listic Seminary), 540 Taka- 
kura, Hino-machi, Mina- 
mitama-gun, Tokyo. 
CI} E. M. Clark C2D 44 
C3n 20 C4: 2 C5} 1948. 

96. Oberin Gakuen (Oberlin 
of Japan), 2693 Kiso, 
Tadao-mura, Minamita- 
ma-gun, Tokyo (Tadao 
20). 

Cl} Tomoko Shimizu C2D 
WJC-60, GHS-212, GMS- 
105 C3D WJC-29, GHS-17, 
GMS-9 C€ WJC-4 C53 
1946. 



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97.* Oi Eigo Gakuin (Oi 

English School), 217 Mina- 
mi-Shinagawa, Shinaga- 
wa-ku, Tokyo (49-9970). 
CI} Isamu Kogure C2} 400 
C3} 27 C4D 8 C5D 1945. 

98. Omi Kyodaisha Gaku- 
en, 177 1-chome, Omi 
Hachiman-shi (Omihachi- 
man 444). 

C1D Makiko Hitotsuyanagi 
C2D GH-66 C33 GH-20 C5D 
1933. 

99* Omi Seisho Juku (Omi 
Bible School), Azatsuchi- 
da, Hachiman-cho, Omi- 
shi, Shiga-ken (271). 
ClD Seizo Uchizumi (2^ 
5 C3D 7 C5]) 1949. 

1 00 . Orio Joshi Shogyo Koto 
Gakko, 826 Orio Oaza, 
Yawatashi (Orio 61). 

CID Takashi Masuda C2j 
WHS-414, WMS-202, SG- 
67 C3D WHS-25, WMS- 
23 C5D 1935. 

101. Osaka Jogakuin, 200, 2 
Shinonome-cho, Higashi- 






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DIRECTORIES 

(Higashi ( 



ku, Osaka-ku, 

1550). 

ClD Kinnosuke Morita C2} 

GHS-760, GMS-740 C3} 

GHS-37, GMS-24 C4D 2 

C5} 1884. 

102. Osaka Kirisutokyo Ga- 
kuin (Osaka Christian 
College), 81, 1-chome Ma- 
ruyama Dori, Abeno-ku, 
Osaka-shi (Tenkajaya 

2097). 

C1D Kaneo Oda C2} S-43, 
JC-267 C3^ S-10, JC-39 
C41JCr7 C5: 1953. 

103.* Osaka Seisho Gakuin 
(Osaka Bible Seminary), 
14 Nakamiya-cho 6-chome, 
Asahi-ku, Osaka (33-5493). 
CI} Martin B. Clark C2} 
18 C33 10 C4D 6 C5D 1937. 

104.* Oyu Gakuen, 2463 Seta- 
gaya 3-chome, Setagaya- 
ku, Tokyo (42-0971). 
CI} Shizu Ishikawa C2} 
HS-520, MS-440 C3} 54 
C5} 1935. 

105. Pool Gakuin 5844, 5- 



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chome, Katsuyama Dori, 
Ikuno-ku, Osaka-shi (Ten- 
noji 290). 

CI} Ryoichi Tanaka C2} 
JC-51, HS-754, MS-535 
C3} JC-29, HS-20, MS- 18 
C4} 2 C5} 1890. 

106. Rakuno Gakuin Tanki 
Daigaku, 582, Nishinobo- 
ro, Ebetsu-shi, Hokkaido 
(Ebetsu 414). 

CI} Makoto Hiura C2} JC- 
140 C3} 22 C4} - C5} 1950. 

107. Rikkyo Gakuin, 3- 
chome, Ikebukuro, Toshi- 
ma-ku, Tokyo (97-3121). 
CI} Jyunzo Sakai C2} GD- 
177, C-4276, HS-796, MS- 
706, PS-540 C3} G-188, 
HS-33, MS 27, PS-25 C4} 
C-7, HMS-4 C5} 1874. 

108. Rikkyo Jogakuin 123, 3- 
chome Kugayama, Sugi- 
nami-ku, Tokyo (39-118}. 
CI} Kiyoshi Ogavva C2} 
GHS-641,GMS-654, GPS 
445, C3} GHS--32, GMS 
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109. Seibi Gakuen, 124, Mai- 
ta-cho, Minami-ku, Yo- 
kohama shi (Chojamachi 
7363). 

CI} Kiyoshi Otake C2} 
GHS-440, GMS-452, PS- 
258 C3} GHS-23, GMS 
17, PS- 10 C4} 3 C5} 1880. 

110. Seibi Joshi Kotogakko, 
5-chome, Takamori-cho 
Gifu-shi (Gifu 2345). 

CI} Takashi Katagiri C2} 
GHS-112, GMS-18 C3} 
GHS-10, GMS-9 C5} 1925. 

111. Seibo Gakuen, Nakaya- 
ma, Hanno-shi. (Hanno 
269) 

CI} Hidehiko Sawada C2} 
HS-121.MS-44, PS 23 C3} 
HS-11, MS- 11, PS 4 C4} 
2 C5} 1918. 

112. Seirei June Kangofu 
Yoseijo (Seido School of 
Nursing), Mihohara-mura, 
Hamana-gun, Shizuoka- 
ken. 

CI} Tamotsu Hasegawa 
C2} 36 C3} 16 C5} 1952. 

113. Seigakuin, 257 Nakazato- 












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cho, Kita-ku, Tokyo (82- 

0522). 

CI} Iwao Hatanaka C2} 

HS-515, MS-438 C3} HS- 

27, MS-21 C4D 3 C5} 1906. 

114* Sei Iesu Kai Shudo Ga- 
kuin (Holy Jesus Monas- 
tery School), 9 Nagao-cho, 
Ukyo-ku, Kyoto. 
C1D Tekeji Otsuki C2} 12 
C3} 7 C53 1947. 

115* Seiki Shingakko (Cove- 
nant Bible School), 990 
Naka Meguro 3-chome, 
Meguro-ku, Tokyo (49- 
8746). 

CI} William Rigmark C2} 
11 C3D 6 C4] 3 C5: 1952. 

116.* Seikokai Shingakuin 
(Central Theological Col- 
lege), 16 Tamagawa Na- 
kamachi 2-chome, Seta- 
gaya-ku, Tokyo (Futago 
Tamagawa 575). 
CI} Shunji E. Nishi C2} 
26 C3D 6 C4D 4 C5: 1912. 

117.* Sekurateri Sukuru (Sec- 
retary School), 23 Udaga- 



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CI} Eiichi Amano C2} 540 




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gun, Osaka-fu. 
CI} Shinichi Ueda C2} 
MS-240 C3D 18 C5} 1950. 
Seimi Gakuin, Taukoshi- 
machi, Gifu-shi (2345). 
CI} Taka Katagiri C2} 
GHS, Nite GHS. GMS- 
180 C3} 20 C4} 1 C5} 1925. 
Sei Mikaeru Gakuen 
(St. Michael's School), 920 
Nikaido, Kamakura-shi 
(Kamakura 2514). 
CI} Takanobu Mitsui C2} 
MS-3, PS-88 C3} MS--9, 
PS-14 C4} PS-1 C5} 1951. 
Seinan Gakuin, Nishi 
Shinmachi, Fukuoka-shi 
(Nishi 537). 

CI} E. L. Copeland C2} 
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C5: 1930. 
122. Seinan Jogakuin, 491 

Iriguchi Nakai, Kokura- 
shi (Kokura 844). 
CI} Matsuta Hara C2} 
WJC-329, GHS-650, 

GMS-658 C3^ WJC-52, 
GHS-42, GMS-34 C4} 12 
C5} 1922. 

123* Sei Roka Joshi Tanki 
Daigaku (St. Luke's Wo- 
men's Jr. College), 25, 
Akaishi-cho, Chuo-ku, To- 
kyo (55-5151). 
CI} Sarah G. White (2^ 
57 C3j 37 0*3 2 C5D 1927. 

124* Seisan-i Eigo Gakko 
(Holy Trinity English 
School), 10 Kanei, Naka- 
machi, Fukui-shi, Fukui- 
ken (Fukui 3347). 
CI} Tadaichi Sakamoto 
C2J 90 C33 4 C5} 1949. 

125.* Seisho Gakuen, 902 Wa- 
kamatsu-cho, Chiba-shi 
(Yotsukaido 3). 
CI} G. M. Bishop C2j S 
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C33 S(JC)-28, HMS-35 C4} 
3 C5^ 1947. 

126.* Seisoku Gakuin, Shiba 
Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 
(43-0914). 

£1} Nobuichiro Imaoka 
C23 HS-385, MS-253 C3j 
36 C5D 1889. 

127. Seiwa Joshi Tanki Dai- 
gaku (Seiwa Women's Jr. 
College), Okadayama 1- 
chome, Nishinomiya, Hyo- 
go-ken (Nishinomiya 2624). 
C1D Mabel Whitehead C2} 
WJC-171 C3^39 C4}5 C53 
1941. 

128.* Shikoku Kirisutokyo 
Gakuen (Shikoku Chris- 
tian College), Ikuno, Zen- 
tsuji-machi, Kagawa-ken 
(424). 

CI} L. W. Moore C2D 21 
C3} 12 C4} 5 C5D 1950. 

129. Shimizu Joshi Koto 
Gakko, 7 Sakuragi-cho, 
Ejiri, Shimizu-shi (Shimi- 
zu 519) 
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163 



GHS-549, GMS-79 C33 
GHS-24, GMS-5 CO 1 
C5} 1919. 
130* Shirayuri Katei Gakko 

(Shirayuri Home School), 
1265 Eyomi Asahi-machi, 
Kume-gun Okayama-ken. 
C1D Dcnsuke Suzuki £2} 
106 C3D 4 C53 1946. 

131. Shizuoka Eiwa Jogaku- 
in, 81 Nishi Kusabuka-cho, 
Shizuoka-shi (Shizuoka 
1417). 

C1D Tamotsu Murota C2] 
GHS-571, GMS-500 C3] 
GHS-20, GMS-20 C€ 3 
C5J 1887. 

132. Shoei Tanki Daigaku 
(Shoei Jr. College), 36, 
Naka 6-chome, Yamate- 
dori, Ikuta-ku, Kobe-shi 
(Motomachi 2865). 

. C13 Eizaburo Yokota C2D 
127 C3D 30 C4} 1 C5D 1889. 

133. Shorn Jogakuin, 565, 3 
Aoya-cho, Nada-ku, Kobe- 
shi (Mikage (3680). 

CI] Isamu Asano C2] WJC 



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-186, GHS-992, GMS- 
1051 C33 WJC-28, GHS- 
26, GMS-29 CO 3 C5D 
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165 



100 Okuzawa-rnachi 3- 
chome, Setagaya-ku, To- 
kyo (72-4321). 
CI} Shigehisa Taniguchi 
C2J HMS-190 C3} 20 CO 
2 C53 1952. 

138* Tanakami Tenmon Dai 
(Tanakami Observatory), 
Kami Tanakami, Kurita- 
gun, Shiga-ken (Kami 
Tanakami 15). 
CI} Issei Yamamoto C2} 
10-20 C33 5 C5} 1940. 

139* Tanba Bunka Gakuen, 
Miyamachi, Sonobe- 

machi, Funai-gun, Kyoto- 
fu. 

CI} Koichi Kamaya C2} 
56 C3} 8 C5} 1950. 

140. Tohoku Gakuin, 1, Mi- 
nami Rokuken-cho, Sen- 
dai-shi (2-5377). 
CI} Tadao Oda C2} G- 
2190, JG-1020, HS-1024, 
MS-912 C3} C-58, JC-50, 
HS-34, MS-28 CO 5 C5} 
1944. 

141.* Tokai Ruteru Seisho 



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166 



DIRECTORIES 



142. 



143. 



144. 



Gakuin (Tokai Lutheran 
Bible Institute), 432 Furu- 
sho, Shizuoka-shi, Shizu- 
oka-ken. 

C1D Philip O. Hyland C2] 
15 C3D 6 C4^ 3 C5} 1954. 
Tokyo Gakuen, 916 Ko 
iwa-cho 6-chome, Edoga- 
wa-ku, Tokyo (Edogawa 
0814). 

CI} Gen Sekine C2} GHS- 
152, GMS-58 C3DGHS-11 
GMS-10 C4: 1 C5^ 1924. 
Tokyo Joshi Daigaku 
(Tokyo Women's Christian 
College). 124 Iogi 3-chome, 
Suginami-ku, Tokyo (39- 
2255). 

C1D Teiji Takagi C2D WC- 
1173, WJC-483C3D 101 C4] 
6 C5D 1918. 

Tokyo Kirisutokyo Sei- 
nenkai Gakko (Tokyo 
YMCA Schools), 7 Kanda, 
Mitoshiro-cho, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo (25-2106-9) : 
English School : £1} Kiyo- 
sue Inui C2D 1441 C33 39 









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C43 7 C5D 1890. 

Hotel School : (1^ Mosa- 

buro Kimoto (2~) 204 C3} 

18 C5D 1935. 

Typing School: (13 Ko 

Kobayashi C2} 144 C33 4 

C5} 1921. 

145.* Tokyo Nihongo Gakko 
(Tokyo School of the 
Japanese Language), 38 
Minami Tairadai-machi, 
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (46- 
4812). 

[1} Naoe Naganuma (2^ 
234 C33 39 C53 1948. 

146.* Tokyo Seisho Gakko 
(Toky3 Bible School), 208 
Hyakunin-cho 2-chome, 
Shinjuku-ku Tokyo (35- 
0165). 

CI} Tosaji Obara (2^ 14 
C3j 12 C5j 1933. 

147 * Tokyo Seisho Gakko 
(Tokyo Bible School), 5 
Surugadai 2-chome, Kan- 
da, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. 



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168 



DIRECTORIES 



148* Tokyo Seisho Gakuin 

(Tokyo Bible Seminary), 

391 Kashiwagi 3-chome, 

Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (37- 

3674). 

C13 Akiji Kurumada C2} 

51 C3j 12 C4D 4 C5: 1901. 

149. Tokyo Seisho Shingak- 
ko (Tokyo Bible Semi- 
nary), 27 Sakurayama-cho, 
Nakano-ku, Tokyo (38- 
5334). 

C1D Andrew Patton C2j 30 
C3} 12 C4j 4 C5^ 1949. 

1 50 . Tokyo Seisho Shingaku- 
in (Tokyo Theological 
Seminary), 3 NishiHatcho- 
bori 1-chome, Chuo-ku, 
Tokyo (55-8816). 

C1D Eichi Hoshino (21 35 
C3D 10 C5} 1950. 

151. Tokyo Shingaku Daiga- 
ku (Tokyo Union Theolo- 
gical Seminary), 707 Mure, 
Mitaka-shi (Musashino 
2594). 

CI} Hidenobu Kuwada C2} 
GD-79, S-129C3} S-41 C43 



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169 



6 C5D 1943. 
152.* Tokyo Shingaku Juku 

(Tokyo Theological 

School), 3 Horinouchi 1- 
chome, Suginami-ku, To- 
kyo. 

CI} Shin Hasegawa C2D 20 
C3D 12 C4D 7 C5D 1949. 

153* Tokyo Typist Gakuin 
(Tokyo Typist School), 19 
Kaji-cho 1-chome, Kanda, 
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (25- 
3773). 

fl} Minosuke Shinoda C2j 
350 C3} 6 C4} 1 C5D 1947. 

154* Tokyo Yoji Kyoiku Sen- 
shu Gakko (Tokyo Child 
Education Training 

School), 500 Shimo Ochiai 
1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, 

Tokyo (95-3260). 
CI} P. S. Mayer C2j 38 C3D 
17 C4: — C5} 1953. 

155.* Toogi-juku, 2 Shimo Shi- 
rokane-cho, Hirosaki-shi, 
Aomori-ken (Hirosaki 

1905-0702). 
C1D Ichiro Kawasaki £2} 



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170 



DIRECTORIES 



HS-750, MS-500 C3} HS- 
21, MS-20 C4}2 C5D 1922. 

156* Toshima Rittai Nogyo 
Kenkyujo (Toshirna Agri- 
cultural Institute), Horie- 
mura, Itano-gun, Toku- 
shima-ken. 

CI} Eiichi Yamamoto (2^ 
- C33 - C4D - C5} -. 

157. Toyo Eiwa Jogakuin, 8 
Higashi Toriizaka-cho, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo (48- 
1673). 

C1D Wataru Nagano C2} 
WJC-134, GHS-386, GMS 
-517, GPS-471 C3} WJC- 
40, GHS-21, GMS -20, 
GPS-23 Cf) WJC, GHS, 
GMS-6, GPS-1 C5D 1884. 

158.* Tsuda Juku Daigaku 
(Tsuda Women's College), 
Ogawa, Kodaira-machi, 
Kitatama-gun, Tokyo (Ko- 
daira 4). 

CI} Yoshi Kasuya C2} 720 
C3} 78 C43 8 C5} 1900. 

159.* Uesureen Mesojisuto 
Shingakko (Wesleyan 



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PROTESTANT SCHOOLS 



171 



Methodist Seminary), 261 

Itabashi-machi 3-chome, 

Itabashi-ku, Tokyo (96- 

1233). 

CI} R. S. Nicholson C2} — 

C3} - 0*} - C5} -. 

160.* Uirfyamusu Shingaku 
Kan (Bishop Williams' 
Theological Seminary), c/o 
Nihon Seikokai, Kyoto 
Diocese, Shimotateuri, 
Karasuma-dori, Kamikyo- 
ku, Kyoto (Nishi-2372). 
CI} Jiro Sasaki C2} 9 C3} 
13 C4} 3 C5} 1948. 

161.* Yamaguchi Fukuin Ei- 
go Gakko (Yamaguchi 
Gospel English School), 70 
Kamitate-koji 3-chome, 
Vamaguchi-shi (Yamagu- 
chi 1980). 

CI} Masao Hiramatsu C2} 
60 C3} 2 C5} 1948. 

162. Yamanashi Eiwa Gaku- 
in, 112 Atago-cho, Koufu- 
shi (Koufu 3640). 
CI} Masata Naito C2} HS- 
360, MS-380 C3} HS-18, 



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172 



DIRECTORIES 



MS-17 C4D 4 C53 1889. 

1 63 . * Yokohama Hoiku Sem- 

mon Gakuin (Yokohama 

Child Welfare Workers' 

Training School), 133 Hei- 

raku-cho, Minami-ku, 

Yokohama. 

Ci: Tsune Hirano C2} 98 

C3D 31 C5] 1940. 

164. Yokohama Kyoritsu 
Gakuen, 212 Yamate-cho, 
Naka-ku, Yokohami-shi 
(Honkyoku 2039). 

C1D Katsuyo Jinbo C2D HS 
-398, MS-415 C3^ HS-21, 
MS-20 Cfl 2 C5 J 1871. 

165.* Yokosuka Bunka Fuku- 
so Gakuin (Yokosuka 
Bunka Sewing School), 81 
Taura 2-chome, Yokosuka 
(Taura 450). 

C1D Michiko Naito (2~) 57 
C3^ 5 CC 1 C5D 1949. 

166. Yokosuka Gakuin, 82 
Inaoka-cho, Yokosuka-shi 
(Yokosuka 231). 
CO Kei Takebe C2} HS- 
326, MS-423, PS-661 C33 






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PROTESTANT SCHOOLS 173 

HS-21, MS-21, PS 27 C€ 
1 £5} 1950. 
167.* Yokosuka Shakaikan 1ft^1H±£fi&3Sig¥& 
Eigo Gakko (Yokosuka #MK7tTffi?S=:TBA 
Shakaikan English Night 
School), 81 Taura 2-chome, 
Yokosuka (Taura 450). 
CI} E. W. Thompson (2^ 
550 C3D 12 C4] 5 C5] 1949. 



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IMPORTANT (1954) CHRISTIAN 
PUBLICATIONS IN JAPANESE 



Author 


Title 


Publisher 


Price 




Religious Thought 


• 


Ishihara, K. 
& Others 


Lectures on The New 
Religions 


Sobunsha 


¥380 


Kumano, Y. 


Dogmatics, Vol. I 


Shinkyo 
Shuppan 


450 


Nygren, A. 


Agape and Eros, II 


* 


280 


Kerr, H. T. 


Positive Protestantism 


// 


150 


Barth, K. 


Church and State 
(Rechtfertigung 
und Recht; 
Christengemeinde 
und Biirgergem- 
einde) 


'/ 


140 


Hyslop, R. D. 


Togetfier To Be His 
Witness 


NCC, Lit. Con 


i. 50 


Cullman n, O. 


Christ and Time 


Iwanami 


260 


Luther, M. 


Augusburg Canfession 
Apology 


Lutheran 


70 


'/ 


Christian Liberty 


Nankodo 


130 


// 


'/ 


Seitosha 


60 


wcc. 


Handbook on Com- 
munism 


NCC,Lit.Com. 


100 


Sato, T. 


Questions Modern 
Christians Are 
Asking 


YMCA Press 


160 


Berdyaev, N. 


Slavery and Freedom 


Shinkyo 
Shuppan 


400 



174 



IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS 



175 



Shinmi, H. 

Uoki & Ariga 

Baintcn, R. 
Fukuyama, T. 

Ojio, T. 

Bainton, R. 
Fosdick, H. E. 
Isshiki, Y. 
Buxton, G. 

Kanai, T. 
Uematsu, H. 
Sekine, B. 



Sekine, M. 
Watanabe, Z. 

Baba, O. 

Takabashi, K. 

Sekine, B. 



History and Biography 

Kyodan Press 



Chronology of the 
Bible 



History of Christian 
Thought 

Church of Our Fathers 

History of The Evan- 
gelical Lutheran 
Church in Japan 

Lfe of Rev. T. Ta- 
kakura 



KyoBunKwan 



200 

250 
250 



Lutheran Press 600 



Shinkyo 
Shuppan 



Here I Stand Lutheran Press 

Jesus of Nazareth YMCA Press 

Miss Michiko Kawai Sogensha 

Reward of Faith Buxton 

Fellowship' 

George Mueller Shinyakusha 

Women in tfie N.T. '/ 

Life of Michi Kawai Shinkyo 

Shuppan 

Bible Study 

Old Testament Sogensha 

Theses on the Bible, II Shinkyo 

Shuppan 

Old Testament Theo- 
logy Jordan sha 



Apocrypha of O. T. 

How to Read the 
Bible 



Shinkyo 
Shuppan 

Kadokawa 



350 
600 
200 
200 

300 
200 
800 

340 



300 
750 
380 
250 
100 



176 


DIRECTORIES 






Watanabe, Z. 


Outline of New 
Testament 


Kyodan Press 


380 


Smith, P. 


Short Bible (O. T.) 


Ganshodo 


300 


Goodspeed, E.J 


* (N. T.) 


// 


280 


Sakon, Y. 


Wall Map of Pale- 
stine 


NCC, Lit. 
Com. 


1,750 


'/ 


'/ of Mediterranean 


* 


1,800 


Saito, I. 


The Book of Job 


Kenkyusha 


150 


Matsuda, A. 


Job, the Commentary 


Kyodan Press 


380 


Uchimura, K. 


Romans 


Kadokavva 


100 


Barth, K. 


Romans, II 


* 


650 


Okada, G. 


John 


YMCA Press 


50 


Takayanagi 


Luke 


* 


50 


Dale, K.J. 


The Christian's Faith 


// 


80 


Yamamoto, T. 


Study on Acts. 


SanichiShoten 


620 


Masaike, J. 


Lecture on John 


'/ 9 


560 


Takayanagi 


Study on Mark 


Fukuinkwan 


120 


Devotional and Evangelistic 




NCC, Lit. Com. 


Encounter With God 
(Best Sermons) 


Shinkyo 
Shuppan 


220 


(Tracts for Evangelism) 




Shimamura, K. 


Worship Service 


NCC,Lit.Gom. 


1.50 


Miyagi, H. 


Service and Offering 


// 


1.50 


Nishimura, K. 


Suffering of Christ 


'/ 


1.50 


Tanaka, I. 


Easter 


's 


1.50 


Okubo, J. 


Pentecost 


'/ 


1.50 



Aoki, I. 
Obara, T. 
Yamaguchi, T 
Aoyama, S. 

Naito, T. 
Kikuchi, Y. 
Yamada, C. 
Kanai, T. 
Okada, G. 



MPORTANT PUBLICATIONS 

NCCLit.Com 



Mother s Day 

Children s Day 

The Miracles 

Teaching of Jesus, I. 
Faith 

II. Hope 

HI. Love 

IV. Kingdom of God 

Christmas 

Protestantism and 
Catholicism 



177 

1.50 
1.50 
1.50 

1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 

1.50 



(Life Guidance Pamphlets) 



Ojima, J. 

Suzuki, M. 

Kimoto, M. 
Obara, T. 
Hinohara, S. 

Sakamoto, Y. 
Hiyane, A. 
Aoyama, S. 
Endo, Y. 
Yamamuro, B. 

Kyodan 

Shinkyo 



Problem of Life and 
Death ' 

God's Love and Dis- 
aster 

Selecting Your Job 

Life and Suffering 

Disease and God 's 
Healing 

'Temptation 

'True Faith 

Amusement 

Is Religion Opium ? 

Witie, Tobacco, Nar- 
cotics 

Family Worship 

Calendar (1955) 

People who Followed 
Jesus 



NCCLit.Com. 15 

* 15 

* 15 

* 15 

/, 15 

a 15 

* 15 

* 15 

* 15 

* 15 
Kyodan Press 20 



Shinkyo 
Shuppan 



120 



178 


DIRECTORIES 






NCC, Lit. Com. 


Life Stories of Re- 
ligious Heroes 




300 


Yamauchi, R. 


Message of Christmas 


Lutheran Press 


25 


'/ 


Right Faith and 
Superstition 


// 


1.50 


'/ 


The Way to Face 
Suffering 


'/ 


1.50 


'/ 


To Parents who Have 
Lost A Child 


'/ 


1.50 


// 


Stewardship 


'/ 


1.50 


Uchiumi, S. 


Significance of Spiri- 
tual Life 


'/ 


1.50 


Aoyama, S. 


Guide to Church 


'/ 


1.50 


Okimoto, M. 


Reformation of The 
Soul 


Salvation Arm) 


' 25 


Saji, R. 


Answer to Christian 
Faith 


Seitosha 


60 


Sawamura, G. 


Guide to Christianity 


Buxton 
Fellow-ship 


40 


Kumano, Y. 


Christ, Hope of the 
World 


Kyodan Press 


60 


Doki, R. 


Eschatology in the 
Bible 


'/ 


60 


Jones, S. 


Abundant Living 


// 


360 


Sakon, Y. 


Album of Holy Land 


'/ 


180 


St. Clair 


I Met Jesus 


Shinkyo 
Shuppan 


220 


Kawanishi, T. 


Under His Wing 


Sanichi Shoten 


230 


Ebara, M. 


Kamakura Lectures 


'/ 


150 


Shimizu, Y. 


Protestantism 


Jordan Press 


18 


Ozaki, S. 


Justification and Puri- 
fication 


* 


25 



MPORTANT PUBLICATIONS 



179 



Uematsu, H. 
Umeda, Y. 

Kamegai, R. 



Women in the 0. T. Shinyaku Sha 80 

Comfort for the Con- 

valescent C. L. E. A. 70 



From Buddha 
Christ 



to 



Fukuin Kwan 100 



Literature, Fiction 



Tawai, Y. 



Saito, K. 
Ohara, M. 
Sugimori, H. 



Sato, J. 



Ye shall be with Me 
in Paradise 
(A letter from 
Prisoner with 
Death Penalty) 

Saved People 

Rossettis Poems 

Foot steps of Grace 

Poems of the Desert 

Faith and Literature 

(Essays) 



Shinkyo 
Shuppan 



Sanichi Shoten 



Sogensha 



140 

140 

100 

90 

100 

180 



Education and Children 
NCC. Kamishibai 



Sato, H. 
Yazaki, K. 
Nishizaka, Y. 

Ioka, K. 

Nishizaka, T. 
Hasegawa, H. 



Ishiwatari 



Story of Jesus (II) 

* (HI) 

Beginning of the Shinkyo 



NCC,Lit.Com. 300 

* 300 



World 

Abraham, Isaac, & 
Jacob 

Parables of Jesus 

Origin of Israelites 

Stories and Sermons 
for Children 

Christmas Songs 



Shuppan 



50 

50 

50 

120 



Shinyakusha 100 
St, Michael Sha 10 






180 


DIRECTORIES 






Jido Tosho Kamishibai 








Life of Moses, 1 set 


Jido Tosho 


330 




Story of Joseph 


'/ 


330 




St. Peter 


// 


330 


Ozaki, Y. 


A Christians Journey 


Jordan Press 


200 


Maxwell, A. 


Bed Time Stories 


Fukuin Sha 


200 


Ohara, K. 


Jesus (Picture & 
Story) 


Tamagawa 
Univ. 


500 


Ed. Com. 


Sermons for Church 
School 


Kyodan Press 


150 


fj 


From the land of 
Slavery 


'/ 


100 


Gwinn, A. 


Going on to the Perfect 


YMCA Press 


150 


Yoshino, T. 


Card Book 


Seibunsha 


20 


Kelsey, A. 


Stories for Junior 
Worship (2nd ed) 

Magazines 


KyoBunKwan 


150 


Muraoka, H. 


New Age (Monthly) 


New Age Sha 


60 


Kagawa, T. 


Noson 

(Rural Monthly) 


Noson Com. 


40 


NCC, Lit. Com. 


Church Education 
(Monthly) 


C. S. Com. 


40 


NCC, Lit. Com. 


4 Leaflets for Children 


NCC,Lit.Com. 






1) Nakayoshi 

(Kindergarten) 




8 




2) Kobato 

(1 & 2 grades) 




8 




3) Kohitsuji 

(3 & 4 grades) 




8 




4) Hikari no Ko 
(5 & 6 grades) 




8 



IMPORTANT TRANSLATIONS BY COMMISSION 
ON CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

— SINCE 1951 — 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 

11. 
12. 
13. 

14. 
15. 
16. 

17. 
18. 



Title & Author Translator 

Religious Liberty, by Searle Bates A. Ebizawa 

Kingship of Christ, by Vissert' Hooft E. Kan 

Ecumenical Studies, by WCC T. Uoki 

The Man Christ Jesus, by John Knox N. Ebizawa 

The Bible, by Bowie M. Sakai 

Church, Law and Society, by Aulen S. Kishi 

Beginnings of Christianity, by Craig K. Sugawara 

Church of Our Fathers, by Bainton S. Kega 

Lectures on Kierkegaard, by Johnson E. Kan 

A Christian Handbook on Commu- 
nism, by Lit. & Lit. NCC, USA Y. Endo 

Resurrection of the Dead, by K. Barth T. Hiroyasu 

Christian Answer, by Sweazy T. Kimata 

The Way of Power & Poise, by 

S. Jones S. Yasumura 

Big Fisherman, by L. Douglas Y. Okubo 

Valley of the Shadow, by H. Lilje S. Aoyama 

The King Nobody Wanted, by 

Langford M. Muraoka 

His Name is Jesus, by S. Klein M. Muraoka 

One Story, by Hulda Niebuhr T. Nakamura 

181 



182 



DIRECTORIES 



19. Promise to Keep, by Smart 

20. Guiding Children in Christian Growth, 

by M. Jones 

21. Stories for Junior Worship, by Kelsey 

22. Slavery and Freedom, by Berdyaev 

23. Together to be His Witnesses, by 

WCC Study Dept 

24. Positive Protestantism, by H. Kerr 

25. Here I Stand, by R. Bainton 

26. Reward of Faith, by G. Baxton 

27. Abundant Living, by S. Jones 



I. Saito 

N. Ebizawa & 
J. M. Fujita 

T. Tanaka 

N. Miyazaki 

T. Uoki 

N. Nishido 

I. Aoyama & 
C. Kishi 

I. Kojima 

Hashimoto & 
Tomi 



MISSION BOARDS AND SOCIETIES 

Note : * marks information taken from 1954 Japan Christian Yearbook. 

1. AAMS American Advent Mission Society, Rev. C. L. 

Kirby, Eecutive Secretary, 160 Warren Street, 
Boston, 19, Mass. Rev. Floyd W. Powers, Field 
Supt., 29 3 cho Tatsumi dori, Ashigaoka, Sakai, 
Osaka-fu. 

2. ABCFM American Board of Commissioners fcr Foreign 

Missions, 14 Beacon Street, Boston 8, Mass. 
(See Interboard Committee for Christian Work in 
•Japan.) 

3. ABF American Baptist Foreign Mission society, 152 

Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y., Dr. Elmer 
A. Fridell. Rev. W. Fridell, Japan rep. 2-1 Cho- 
me, Misaki-Cho, Kanda, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 

4. ABS* American Bible Society (Cooperating with the 

Japan Bible Society): 450 Park Avenue, New York 
22, N. Y., Representative in Japan, Mr. James 
C. F. Robertson, Bible House, 2, Ginza 4 Chome, 
ChuoKu, Tokyo. Tel. 56-1081. 

5. ABWE Association of Baptists for World Evangelism 

Schaff Building, 15th & Race Street, Philadelphia 
2, Pa. Japan Headquarters : Rev. Jaymes P. 
Morgan, 2227 Shimoarata Cho, Kagoshima Shi, 
Kagoshima Ken. 

6. ACF Aizu Christian Fellowship Miss Edith Mcintosh, 

Canadian representative-treasurer: 273 North Dew- 



183 



184 DIRECTORIES 

hurst Blvd., Toronto, Ont. Canada. Mrs. Marga- 
ret Milner, British representative-treasurer: Mo- 
oragh, Whitehouse Lane, Barnston, Wirral, Ches., 
England. Mrs. Frances Noble Phair, American 
representative-treasurer: 638 East Holier Street, 
Banning, Calif. U. S. A. Miss Kathleen Morris, 
President: 438 Sadae Machi, Aizu Wakamatsu, 
Fukushima Ken. 

7. AFP Misson Board of the Religious Society of Friends 

of Philadelphia, 304 Arch St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. Miss Esther Rhoads, 14 Mita Dai Machi 1 
Chome, Minato Ku, Tokyo (Tel. 45-0304). 

8. AFSC American Friends Service Committee, 20 South 

12th St., Philadelphia 7, Pa. Representative : Miss 
Esther Rhoads, Japan Unit, 14 Mita Dai Machi 
> 1 Chome, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-0804) 

9. AG* General Council of the Assemblies of God, 434 

West Pacific Street, Springfield 1, Missouri. Rev. 
John J. Clement, Chairman, 430-1, 3 Chome, 
Komagome, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 94-5115) 

10. AG(Gt.B.)* Assemblies of God, Great Britain Ireland, 23 

Eltham Road, London S. E. 12, England. Mr. 
David E. Davies, 1/54 Watarida-Shin-Cho, Ka- 
wasaki Shi, Kanagawa Ken. 

11. AGM Amazing Grace Missions (Independent Baptist), 

600 San Antonio, Texas. Clyde Pickett, Dokukoji, 
Takanabe Cho, Miyazaki Ken. 

12. ALM Augustan Lutheran Mission, Japan, 2445 Park 

Avenue, Minneapolis 4, Minnesota, Dr. S. H. 
Swanson. Rev. David Vikner, 628, Ujina Macbi, 






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185 



7 Chome, Hiroshima Shi. 

13. ASC American Soul Clinic, Fred Jordan, Founder and 

President. Charles Sheppard, Int'l Director: Box 
69, Los Angeles, Calif. Rev. John F. Woolett 
3 Kumi Wakakusa Cho, Beppu Shi, Oita Ken. 
Headquarters: 1165 Goya Dori, Ooza Beppu, 
Beppu Shi, Oita Ken (Tel. 1779 Beppu) (P. O. 
Box 8, Beppu) 

14. BBF Baptist Bible Fellowship, Box 106, Springfield, 

Missouri, U.S.A. Director of Missions : Dr. Fred 
S. Donnelson. Japan Rep : Rev. Olson Hodges, 
639. Makuhari Machi, 4 Choree Chiba Shi, 

15. BFBS* British & Foreign Bible Society (Cooperating with 

the Japan Bible Society), 146 Queen Victoria 
Street, London E. C. 4, England. Mr. James C. 
F. Robertson, Representative in Japan and Korea, 
Bible House, 2, Ginza 4 Chome, Chuo Ku, Tokyo. 
Tel. 56-1081. 

16. ' BGCA Baptist General Conference of America, 5750 

North Ashland Avenue, Chicage 26, Illinois. Rev. 
Dale Bjork, 11, Toyotama-Kita 2 Chome, Nerima 
Ku, Tokyo. 

17. BMM Baptist Mid-Missions in Japan, 1 120 Chester Ave- 

nue, Cleveland, Ohio. Rev. Dan Bishop, Chairman, 
29-1 Kita Gorouchi Cho, Fukushima Shi, Fuku- 
shima Ken. 

18. BPM Bible Protestant Misson, Rev. George Derr, 134 

Delsea Dr., Westville N.J. USA, Rev. H.D. Oxley, 
38 Kajiya Machi, Hitoyoshi Shi, Kumamoto Ken. 

19. BPT Bethel Pentecostal Temple, 2035-2nd Ave., Seattle 



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20. CA* 



21. CBFMS 



22. CCC 



1, Wash. Rev. and Mrs. M. E. Askew, Mizuho- 
Machi, Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 

Christan Assemblies, Mr. J.T. Carroll, 2010 Raini- 
er Avenue, Everett, Washington. Mr. Earnest 
J. Davis, Box 982, Central Post Office, Tokyo. 

Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 
Dr. Vincent Brushwyler, 352 Wellington Avenue, 
Chicago 14, Illinois. Rev. George Huttenlock, 
Field Conference Chairman, 88 Higashihara, Ya- 
magata Shi, Yamagata Ken. 

Christian Catholic Church, Rev. Carl Q. Lee, 
Mission Secretary, 2700-2714 Enoch Avenue, Zion, 
Illinois. Rev. Clark. B. Offner, 66 Hozen, Kuma, 
Kariya Shi, Aichi Ken. 

23. CCCM Church of Christ Cunningham Mission, T. O. 

Hathcock, 1109, 22 Marietta St., Atlanta, Ga. 
Harold Sims, 450 Arai Machi, Nakano Ku, To- 
kyo. (Tel. 38-5171). 

24. CE(AUST)* Church of England in Australia, Australian 

Board of Missions, 14 Spring Street, Sydney, N. S. 
W., Australia. Rev. & Mrs. Frank W. Coaldrake, 
960 Okaku, Ito Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

25. CG Missionary Board of the Church of God, 1303 

East Fifth Street, Anderson, Indiana. Rev. Arthur 
R. Eikamp, 93, 3 Chome, Tamagawa, Okusawa 
Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-4321) 

26. CJPM Central Japan Pioneer Mission, Miss D. A. Parr. 

445, Hyakken-Machi, Maebashi Shi, Gumma Ken. 
(Tel. Maebashi 5742) 

27. CMA The Christian and Missionary Alliance, 260 West 



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187 



44th Street, New York, N. Y. Dr. A. C. Snead, 
Fgn. Sec. Paul McGarvey, 547 Kako Machi, Hi- 
roshima, P.O. Box 70. (Tel. 3-6350) 

28. CMB Christian Mission to Buddhists, Elisenbergveien 

6, Oslo, Norway. Executive Secretary: Rev. N. 
N. Thelle. Rev. Ragnvald Hemstad, 18 Yamazoe- 
Cho, Shugakuin, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 

29. CMS Church Missionary Society, 6 Salisbury Square, 

London, E.C.4. England. Miss Stella C. Double- 
day, 882, Senda Machi 3 Chome, Hiroshima Shi. 
(Tel. 4-5775) 

30. CN Church of the Nazarene, 2923 Troost Avenue, 

Kansas City 41, Missouri. Dr. W. A. Eckel, 229, 
Tamagawa-Oyama-Cho, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 72-5667) 

31. CPMKJ Canadian Presbytesian Mission to the Koreans 

in Japan. Rev. D. H. Powell, Nagamineyama, 
Oishi, Nada ku, Kobe. 

32. CRJM The Christian Reformed Japan Mission, 543 

Eastern Ave., SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 
Dr. John C. DeKorne, Sec'y of the Board. Rev. 
Richard Sytsma, 299 1 Chome Egota, Nakano Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 95-6641) 

33. EFCA* Evangelical Free Church of America, 2950 Nicol- 

let, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Arnold Olson, 
President. Japan Headquarters, 5 Tojiin Nishi- 
machi, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijin 4033). 

34. E & R Evangelical & Reformed Church, 1505 Race 

Street, Philadelphia, 2, Pennsylvania. (See Inter- 
board Committee for Christian Work in Japan). 



188 DIRECTORIES 

35. ELC Evangelical Lutheran Church, Japan Mission, 422 

South Fifth St., Minneapolis 15, Minn. Dr. R.A. 
Syrdal, Ex. Sec. Rev. John Homerstad, Field 
Sec'y, 11-2 Chome, Umezone Cho, Okazaki, Aichi 
Ken. Mission Hdq.: 21 Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 94-0835) 

36. EMCA Evangelical Mission Covenant of America, 5101 

N. Francisco Avenue, Chicago 25, Illinois, Rev. H. 
Engeman, Chairman. S. W. Anderson, Pres., D. 
Melbourne J. Metcalf, 990-3 Chome, Nakame- 
guro Machi, Meguro Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 49-8346) 

37. EUB Evangelical United Brethren Church, 1409, U. B 

Building, Dayton 2, Ohio. (See Interboard Com- 
mittee for Christian Work in Japan). 

38. FCM Free Christian Mission, R. Engebretsen, Filadelfia, 

Rembly, 24. St., Olavsgt, Oslo, Norway. Field 
Representative, Rev. J. W Rudolph: 9-1 Tawara 
Shimo Machi, Fukui Shi, Fukui Ken. 

39. FEGC Far Eastern Gospel Crusade, Rev. Philip E. 

Armstrong, 902 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis 3, 
Minn. Field Ch. : Rev. Rollin S. Reasoner, 111, 
Hakuraku, Kanagawa Ku, Yokohama. 

40. FFOM Finnish Free Overseas Mission, Pengerk 9 Hel- 

sinki, Finland, Mr. O. Finell. Rev. L. Heimone, 
101 Kami Owari cho, Kita Shirakawa, Sakyo Ku, 
Kyoto. 

41. FM Free Methodist Church of North America 

Winona Lake, Indiana. Rev. Norman Overland, 
Superintendent, 45 Maruyama Dori 1 Chome, 
Abeno Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 66-4661). 




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42. GCM General Conference Mennonite Mission, John 

Thiessen, Sec. 722 Main St., Newton, Kansas, 
Verney Unruh, Chmn. 50 Yodogawa-cho, 3 
Chome, Miyazaki Shi. (Tel. 4009). 

43. GEAM German East Asia Mission, Rev. E. Rohde, 

Berlin, Lichterfelde, Kiesstrasse 8. Rev. Harald 
Oehler, 20, Tomizaka 2 Chome, Bunkyo Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 92-2921). 

44. GGEA Grace Gospel Evangelistic Association Inter- 

national Inc., Inc., 1532, 24th Avenue, Longview, 
Washington. Mr. Fred Pike, 265 Gonokami, 
Nishitama Mura, Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 

45. GI The Gideons International 212 East Superior 

Street, Chicago 11, Illinois. Mr. Richard J, 
Holzwarth, Box 870, Central P. O. Tokyo. 169-2 
Chome Mabashi, Suginami Ku, Tokyo (Tel. 38-6396) 

46. GMM Marburger Mission, Marburg/lahn, Germany, 

Stresemannstr. 25. Miss Karoline SteinhofF, 
Higashi- Naruo 12, Naruo-cho, Nishinomiya Shi, 
Hyogo Ken. 

47. Hi-BA High School Evangelism Fellowship, Inc. Mr. 

A. Brandt Reed, 15 Park Row, New York 38, New 
York. Mr. Kenneth Clark, 1073 Oharacho, 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

48. HFD Hokkaido Fukuin Dendo Kai, Oakland Evan- 

gelistic Assn. Inc. 1522 8th Ave. Oakland Calif. 
Raymond E. McNaughton, Missionary Field Rep. 
10 Honcho, Hakodate. 

49. IBC Interboard Committee for Christian Work in 

Japan, Room 501, 156 Fifth Avenue, New York 10 



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DIRECTORIES 



51. ICEF* 



52. ICFG* 



N.Y. Interboard Missionary Field Committee Office 
Secretary: Rev. Dr. Darley Downs, Room 801, 2 
Ginza 4 Chome, Chuo Ku, Tokyo (Tel. 56-6966). 
50. IBPFM Independent Board For Presbyterian Foreign 
Missions, Rev. Wm. A. Mahlow, 246 West 
Walnut Lanes, Philadelphia 44, Pa. Japan Mission 
Chairman, # Rev. Philip R. Foxwell, 273, Horinouchi 
1 Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017). 
International Child Evangelism Fellowship, P. 
O. Box 637, Pacific Palisades, Calif. Mr. & Mrs. 
Charles E. Pierce, Superintendents, 25 Shoto 
Machi, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-2342). 
International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, 
Angelus Temple, 1200 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles 
26, California. Rev. Billie Charles, Bible Agricul- 
tural School, Wakamatsu-cho, Chiba Shi. (Tel. 
Yotsukaido 3). 

IND Independent of any society or misson board. 

IUGM International Union of Gospel Missions, Inc. 
320 Crew St. S. W., Atlanta, Ga., U. S. A. Dr. 
Wm. Huck, President. Office : Dr. Hugh Moreton, 
748 Musashino Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. Musashino 2224). 

55. IVCF Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Geneva, 

Illinois. 2-1 Surugadai 3 Chome, Kanda, Chiyoda 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel 25-1512). 

56. JAM Japan Apostolion, Mrs. L. W. Coote 214 Colfax 

St., San Antonio, Texas U.S.A. Ikoma Bible Col- 
lege, Ikoma Cho, Nara Ken. Rev. Leonard W. 
Coote. 

57. JBM The Japan Boat Mission, Mr. C.J. Harris. Rep. 



53. 
54. 



MISSION BOARDS AND SOCIETIES 191 

Ave. S. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Japan Rep. 
R.E. Malloy, 115 Kumoi Cho, Nishinomiya Shi 
(Tel. Nish, 67) Hdq. address, Shika no Shima, 
Fukuoka Ken. Kyushu. 

58. JCGM Japan Committee of German Missions, Am 

Dobben 123, Bremen, Pastor E. Ramsauer. Miss 
Ursula von Reiswitz, Representative: 331 Eifuku 
cho, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

59. JEB Japan Evangelistic Band, 19 John's Street, Bed- 

ford Row, London VV. C. 1, England. American 
Headquarters : 1412 N. Kingsley Drive, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Rev. F. Tipton Williams, " The 
Mount." 11 Shiomidai Cho 5 Chome, Suma Ku, 
Kobe. 

60. JEM* Japan Evangelical Mission, Mr. Murray L. 

Dawson, Three Hills, Alberta, Canada. U. S. A. 
Office: Miss Audrey Stenholm, 9710, 15th Avenue 
N.W., Seattle 7, Washington. Rev. James Brisbin, 
Field Director, 2895 Kitanakajima Cho, Nagaoka 
Shi. 

61. JGF Japan Gospel Fellowship, 6719 N. Carlisle Street, 

Philadelphia 26, Pa., B. Donald Sutherland, Ch., 
Miss Esther S. Bower, Rep., 63, Showa Cho 1 
Chome, Hamadera, Sakai Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. 
Hamadera 19). 

62. JIM* Japan Inland Mission, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Kennedy, 

3 Higashi Hon Machi, Shimogamo, Sakyo Ku, 
Kyoto Shi. 

63 . JOC The Japanese Orthodox Church (ROC) Most Rev. 

Metropolitan Leonty, 59 East 2nd St., New York, 




192 DIRECTORIES 

N.Y. Most Rev. Bishop Ireney, Nicolai-Do, 1-3 
Surugadai, Kanda, Tokyo. (Tel. 29-1885) 

64. JRBM Japan Regular Baptist Mission of the Conven 

tion of Regular Baptists of British Columbia. 

Rev. L. G. Baker, President, 825 W. 15th Avenue, 
Vancouver, B. C, Canada. Rev. F. L. Pickering, 
1029 Seta Machi, Tamagawa, Setagaya Ku, 
Tokyo. 

65. KCM Kyushu Christian Misson, Mrs. Gladys Kuerswald 

Sec, Box 139, North Vernon, Indiana. Mr. 
Mark G. Maxey, 10925 Nishihara Cho, Kanoya 
Shi, Kagoshima Ken. (Tel. 374) 

66. LBA* The Church of Lutheran Brethren of America, 

Fergus Falls, Minnesota. The Lutheran Brethren 
Mission of Japan, Headquarters : Kami-cho 8, 
Narayama Motoshinmachi, Akita Shi. (Tel. 4949). 

67. LDS* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 47 

E. South Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
President, Vinal G. Mauss, 14-2 Hiroo Cho, 
Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-1613). 
Mailing Address : Central P.O. Box 412, Tokyo. 

68. LEAF Lutheran Evangelical Association of Finland, 

Malminkatu 12, Helsinki, Finland. Ex. Sec. Toive 
Rapeli. Rev. Paavo Savolainen, 108 Kobinata, 
Suidocho, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 

69. LFCN Lutheran Free Church of Norway, Japan Mis- 

sion, Mr, Carl Mortensen, Executive Secretary, 
Mollergaten 12, Oslo, Norway. Rev. Sigurd Aske, 
Superintendent. 48 Takigatani, Shioya Cho, Tarumi 
Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Tarumi 3187). 



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193 



70. LM 



1. M 



72. MB 



73. MC 



74. MCC* 



75. MCCS 



76. MM 



Liebenzeller Mission, Bad Liebenzell, Wuert- 
temberg, Germany. Pfarrer Albert Achenbach, 
Director. Rev. A.G. Ettling, 1933 Nakanoshima, 
Kawasaki Shi, Kanagawa Ken. 
The Mennonite Board of Missions and Chari- 
ties, 1711 Prairie Street, Elkhart, Indiana. J.D. 
Graber Sec. Rev. Don Michael McCammon Rep. 
428 Honan Cho, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
38-9275) 
Mennonite Brethren Church, Board of Foreign 
Missions, Rev. A.E. Jansen, Executive Secretary, 
305 South Lincoln Street, Hillsboro, Kansas. 
Japan Mennonite Brethren Mission, Harry Fricsen, 
Ch., 59, Sonpachi-Cho, 4Jo-Dori, Ishibashi Soen, 
Ikeda Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Ikeda 210). 
Board of Missions, Methodist Church, 150 Fifth 
Avenue, New York 11, N. Y. (See Interboard 
Committee for Christian Work in Japan). 
Mennonite Central Committee, Mr. Norman Win- 
gert, 7 Kasugade Cho Naka 6 Chome, Konohana 
3 Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 46-0234). 
Mission Covenant Church of Sweden (Svenska 
Missionsforbundet) Tegnergatan 8, Stockholm, 
Sweden. Secretary for Foreign Missions: Rev. G. 
Nicklasson. Chairman in Japan : Rev. Goete 
Bringerud, Hdq. 361 Kuwabatake, Aminohama 
Okayama Shi, Okayama Ken. (Tel.. Okayama 
9672). Telephone : Telegram : Sweden Mission, 
Ajino, Kojima. (See SMJ) 
Mino Mission, Harry E. Smith, Representative, 356 



194 



DIRECTORIES 



77. MSCC 



78. MSL 




79. NABA* 



Acton Road, Columbus, Ohio. Miss Elizabeth 
Whewell, Superintendent, Mino Mission, Tomid 
hama, Yokkaichi, Mie Ken. (Tel. Tomida 96). 

Missionary Society of the Church of England in 
Canada, 600 Jarvis Street, Toronto 5, Ontario 
Canada. Rt. Rev. P.S.C. Powles, 14/3 Yama 
waki Cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya. (Tel. 73-4291). 

Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, 210 North 
Broadway Street, St. Louis, Missouri. Rev. Paul 
Heerboth, Representative. Office: Tokyo Lutheran 
Center, 16, Fujimi Cho 1 Chome, Chiyoda Ku 
Tokyo. (Tel. 33-8624). 

North American Baptist Association, Mr. Z.T. 
Rankin, 500, Mabashi 4 Chome, Suginami K 
Tokyo. 
80. NABGMS* North American Bapitist General Missionary 
Society, 7308 Madison Street, Forest Park, Illinois. 
P.O. Box 6. Mr. John Rhoads, Field superinten 
dent, 127, 2 Chome, Ogikubo, Suginami Ku 
Tokyo. 

Norwegian Evangelical Orient Mission, 20 Mo! 
lergaten, Oslo, Norway. Mr. Johs. Gulbrandsen 
Mr. Ingwardo, 86, Kitamachi, Nakamura Machi 
Soma Gun, Fukushima Ken. 

National Holiness Missonary Society, Dr. George 
Warner, Box 826, Marion, Indiana. Rev. David 
A. Kuba, 261 Itabashi Cho, 3 Chome, Itabashi 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Norwegian Lutheran Mission, Grensen 19, Oslo, 
Norway, Tormod Vaagen, Sec. Rev. Gabriel Eikli, 



r. 

■I 



81. NEOM 



82. NHS* 



83. NLM 



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84. NMA 



85. NMS* 



86. NTM 



87. OB 



88. OBSC* 



89. OMF 



Field Superintendent, 5-27 Chimorimachi 1-Cho- 
me, Suma Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Suma 7-1662). 
Telegr. " Suma Norluth." 

Norwegian Mission Alliance, Oslo, Norway. Paul 
Walstad, Sec'y. Mr. Erling Synnove Melaaen, 
Chairman, Ohara Machi, Chiba Ken. 

Norwegian Missionary Society, Stavanger, Norway. 
Executive Secretary, Rev. Einar Amdahl. Rev. 
Steinar Kjollesdal, Superintendent (NMS 1842) 15, 
3 Chome, Tesukayama Nishi, Sumiyoshi Ku, Osaka 
(Tel. Sumiyoshi 67-6320). 

New Tribes Mission, Chico, California. John L. 
McPhail. 1304 Kamiyasumatsu, Tokorozawa Shi, 
Saitama Ken. 

The Omi Brotherhood, Mr. Carl B Balcomb 33 
Oxford Ave., Dayton, Ohio U.S.A. Omi Hachi- 
man Shi, Shiga Ken. Dr. Merrell (Vories) Hitotsu- 
yanagi. (Tel. Omi Ilachiman 526-Office, 530 
Residence). 

Open Bible Standard Churches Inc., 851 -19th 
Street, Des Moines, Iowa, Rev. R. Bryant 
Mitchell, Executive Director. Japan Open Bible 
Churches, 23 Nishi Machi Azabu, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo, Rev. Philard L. Rounds, Representative. 

Overseas Missionary Fellowship, Hdq. Mr. 
J. Oswald Sanders, 2 Cluny Rd. Singapore 10. 
Mr. L. A, Street, Field Supt., Kita 7 Jo, Nishi 6 
Chome, Sapporo Shi, Hokkaido, Mr. A.R. Ken- 
nedy, Field Secretary, 2531 Karuizawa, Nagano 
Ken. 



196 DIRECTORIES 

90. OMS Oriental Missionary Society, 856 North Hobart 

Blvd., Los Angeles 29, Calif. Dr. Eugene Erny, 
Ch. Dr. Roy P. Adams. Tokyo Bible Institute, 
391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 37-3664). 

91. OMSS Orebro Missionary Society of Sweden, Skolga tan 

112 Orebro, Sweden. Rev. John Magnusson. Erik 
Sandberg 122 Aoi Cho, Minato Wakayama Shi, 
Wakayama Ken. (See SMJ) 

92. OPC The Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Rev. R.H. 

Mcllwaine, 79, Niimachi, Watari Machi, Miyagi 
Ken. 

93. OYM Board of Missions of Oregon Yearly Meeting, 

Rev. Walter P. Lee, Route 1, Eagle, Idaho. Mrs. 
Christie Ann Bundy, 60 Yamasaka Cho, 4 Chome, 
Higashisumiyoshi Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 79-2325). 

94 . PAC* The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, 50 Euston 

Avenue, Toronto 6, Ontario, Canada. Rev. 
George R. Upton, Secretary. Rev. D.F. KaufF- 
man, Representative, Suehiro Cho, Kitakata Ma- 
chi, Fukushima Ken. 

95. PAW Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, 3040 North 

Illinois St. Indianapolis, 8, Indiana, U.S.A. 

96. PCC General Board of Missions, Presbyterian Church 

in Canada, Rev. E. H. Johnson, Sec'y, 63 St. 
George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Rev. 
Don Powell, Nagamineyama, Oishi, Nada Ku, 
Kobe. 

97. PCM Philadelphia Church, 7704 24th NW, Seattle 7 

Washington, U.S.A., Rev. Roy Johnson. Rep. 






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Rev. Harold N. Hestekind, Box 203 Yokohama. 
Hdq. 205 Ozato Cho Honmoku, Naka Ku, Yoko- 
hama. 
98. PEC Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA, 281 

Fourth Ave., New York, N.Y. Office of the re- 
presentative in Japan, 19, Akashi Cho, Chuo Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 55-0126). (Cable) AMCHUMISS 
TOKYO. 

Board of Foreign Missions, Presbyterian Church in 
the U.S.A., 156 Fifth Avenue, New York 10, N.Y. 
Dr. Leber, Sec'y. (See Interboard Committee for 
Christian Work in Japan). 

Pacific Orient Broadcasting Co. Director : Mr. 
Arthur J. Seely, 10-1-41, Nishikata-Machi, Bun- 
kyo Ku, Tokyo (Tel. 92-1370). 

Board of World Missions, Presbyterian Church in 
the U.S.A., P.O. Box 330, Nashville 1, Tennessee. 
Miss Margaret Archibald, Secretary, Japan Mis- 
sion, Kinjo College, Omori, Moriyama Cho, 
Higashi P. O., Nagoya. (Tel. Nagoya Shigai, 
Omori 53-ko). 

Reformed Church in America, 156 Fifth Avenue, 
New York 10, N.Y. (See Interboard Committee 
for Christian Work in Japan). 

Reformed Presbyterian Church in N.A., c/o 
Chester A. Fox, Treasurer, 209 Ninth Street, 
Pittsburgh 22, Pa. Samuel E. Boyle, Chairman. 12, 
Ichinotani 2 Chome, Suma Ku, Kobe. 
104. SA Salvation Army, International Headquarters, 

London, England. Territorial Headquarters, 17, 



99. PN 



100. POBC 



101. PS 



102. RCA 



103. RPM* 



198 



DIRECTORIES 



105. SAJM 



106. SAMJ 



107. SBC 



108. SBM 



109. SCBM* 



110. SDA 



Kanda Jimbocho 2 Chome, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo 
Col. Davidson, Executive Secretary. (Tel. 33- 
7311). 

Swiss Alliance-Japan-Mission, Japan branch of 
The Philafrican and Alliance Mission, Mr. 
Eugene Schmidt Sec. 23, St. Georgen Strasse, 
Winterthur, Switzerland, Paul Schar, Obana, 
Kanaimura, Sado Gun, Niigata Ken. 

Swedish Alliance Mission in Japan Arvid Alm- 
quist 14, Jonkoping, Sweden. Josef Simeonsson, 
141, Kamiikegawa Cho, Hamamatsu Shi, Shizuoka 
Ken. (See SMJ) 

Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Con- 
vention, 2037 Monument Avenue, Richmond 20, 
Virginia; Cable Address: Forenboard. Dr. Baker 
J. Cauthen, Executive Secretary. Japan Mission 
of Foreign Mission Board of S.B.C. 1 1 Kamiyama- 
Cho, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo. Telephone 46-5564 
Code Address SOBAP. Dr. Frank H. Connely, 
Treasurer, Miss Lucy E. Smith, Assistant Trea- 
surer. 

The Swedish Baptist Mission. Home Board : The 
Baptist Union of Sweden. Rev. Eric Strutz, Klara 
bergsgatan 50, Stockholm, Sweden. Rev. Egron 
Rinell, 621, Nakano Cho, Yoshiro, Himeji Shi. 
(See SMJ) 

South China Boat Mission, P.O. Box 428, 
Chicago 90, Illinois. Mr. Walter Nicholls, 
Chairman, Japan Field, P.O. Box 761, Kobe. 

General Conference of Seventh Day Adventists, 








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Tacoma Park. Washington, D.C., W. R. Beach, 
Sec'y- Mr. F.R. Millard, President, Japan Union 
Mission, 164-2 Chome Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
40-1171) 

111. SEAM Swiss East Asia Mission, Home Office : Herrn 

Pfarrer Werner Zollinger, Prasident der Schwci- 
zerischen Ostasien Mission, Friedensstrasse, 7, 
Winterthur, Schweiz. Werner Kohler, Shogoin- 
Higashi-Machi, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 7-3456). 

112. SEMJ Swedish Mission in Japan, 4 III Brunnsgaten, 

Stockholm 42, Sweden. Rev. Paul G. Svensson. 
Rev. Folke Persson. 43-3 Chome, Shimouma 
Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Cable : SWEMISS) 
(See SMJ) 

113. SEOM Swedish Evangelical Orient Mission of Swedish 

Mission in China and Japan, 55 Drottninggatan, 
Stockholm, Sweden, Rev. Erik Malm Chairman 
in Japan : Rev. Ake Haglund, 149 Hira Machi, 
Numazu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. (See SMJ). 

114. SFM Swedish Free Mission of the Pentacostal 

Churches of Sweden, Box 6082, Stockholm 6, 
Sweden. Rev. Ingemar Lind, 122 Iwama Cho, 2 
Chome, Hodo- gaya Ku, Yokohama. (See SMJ) 

115. SHM Swedish Holiness Mission, Helgelsefoerbundet, 

Gotabro Sweden. Mrs. Reinholdz, Box 231, Kumla 
Sweden. Rev. Lars Jansson, Ch., 35 Toyoura, 
Kuroiso Machi, Nasu Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

116. SMJ Swedish Missions in Japan, Rev. Erik Wiberg, 

Editor of the Swedish Missionaries' Address List, 
382-6 Kosei Cho, Okazaki Shi. 



200 DIRECTORIES 

117. SPG Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in 

Foreign Parts, 15 Tufton St., Westminster, Lon- 
don, S. W. 1, England. Japan Rep. A. K. Wooley, 
Koran Jogakko, 1046, Hiratsuka 7 Chome, Shi- 
nagavva Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 78-4736). (See PEC) 

118. SSJE Society of Saint John the Evangelist, 980 Memo- 

rial Drive, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts. Rt. Rev. 
Oliver B. Dale, St. Michael's Monastery, Shima- 
dagashi, Oyama Kyoku Kunai, Tochigi Ken. 
(See PEC) 

119. SSM Suomi Synod of America (Finnish Ev. Lutheran), 

Rev. J. Eugene Kunos, Ch., Box 748 El Minnestos, 
Rev. Norman Lund, Representative, Headquarters: 
2210, 2-chome, Sanno, Ota-ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 76- 
4209) 

120. TEAM The Evangelical Alliance Mission, Dr. David H. 

Johnson, 2839 W. McLean Avenue, Chicago 47, 
Illinois. Japan Rep. Rev. Delbert A. Kuell, 
2-chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 






121. TN 



122. UCC 



123. UCMS 



The Navigators, Dawson Trotman, Director, Colo- 
rado Springs, Colorado. Japan dir : George E. 
Bostrom, 1770 4 Chome Kamitakaido, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo. P. O. Box 1067, Tokyo. (Tel. 32- 
2136). 

United Church of Canada, Wesley Building, 299 
Queen Street, W. Toronto, 2B Ontario, Canada. 
(See Interboard Committee for Christian Work in 
Japan). 

United Christian Missionary Society (Discip'es), 



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Missions Building, 222 South Downey Avenue, 
Indianapolis 7, Indiana. Dr. Virgil A. Sly. (See 
lnterboard Committee for Christian Work in 
Japan). 

124. ULCA United Lutheran Church in America, 231 Madi- 

son Avenue, New York 16, N.Y. Rev. Harold G. 
Deal, 22 Tokugawa Cho 3 Chome, Higashi Ku, 
Nagoya. (Tel. 4-3223). 

125. UMI Universal Missions Inc., Mr. Vernon Martin 1120 

S. Chapel Ave., Alhambra, Calif. U.S.A. Japan 
address : 27-2, 2-Chome, Shinohara, Hon Machi, 
Nada Ku, Kobe. 

126. UPC United Pentecostal Church, International Head- 

quarters, 3645 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 
Missionary representative in Japan, Mr. William 
J. Nukida, 326 Fushimi Cho, Sapporo Shi, Hok- 
kaido. 
Worldwide Evangelistic Crusade, Secy. Worman 
P. Grubb, Box A. Fort Washington P. A. Mr. Lon 
Fulton, 569 Kondo, Gokasho Cho, Kanzaki Gun, 
Shiga Ken. (Tel. Isizuka 47). 
Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society, 330 East 
Onondaga Street, Syracuse 2, New York. Dr. 
F.R. Birch, Executive Secretary. Rev. A. Gordon 
Wolfe, 261 Itabashi-Machi 3 Chome, Itabashi Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 96-2401). 
129. WPC Washburn Pentecostal Church, Washburn, Maine, 

Rev. Renhard Sand, Box 551. Rev. Shirlie 
Bailey, 138, Shibazaki Cho 4 Chome, Tachikawa 
Shi, Tokyo. 



127. WEC 



128. WM 




ca, 

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202 DIRECTORIES 

130. WT Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society, 124 Co- 

lumbia Heights, Brooklyn 2, New York. Mr. 
Donald Haslett, 1, Toyooka-cho, Shiba, Mita, 
Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

131. WUMS Woman's Union Missionary Society of America, 

80 E. 11th St. (Rm. 646) New York 3, N.Y. Mi 
Mary Ballantyne, 221, Yamate Cho, Naka Ku, 
Yokohama. (Tel. 2-9049). 

132. YFC Japan Youth for Christ, (Affiliated with Youth for 

Christ, International, Inc.) 109 N. Cross St. 
Wheaton, Illinois, U. S. A. Dr. Robert A. Cook, 
President. Rev. Dale Cryderman, 9, Hitotsubashi 
2 Chome, Kanda, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. Mailing 
address : Tokyo C. P. O. Box 1014. (Tel. 33- 
8887, 94-5118, 49-6437). 

133. YMCA Young Men's Christian Association, (International 

Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations 
291 Broadway, New York 7, N.Y.) Mr. Winthrop 
A. Long, National Committee, YMCA of Japan, 
2, Nishi Kanda 1 Chome, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 25-5200). 



LIST OF MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



American Advent Mission 

(AAM) 
Bailey, Miss Hazel, 1953 
Braun, Rev. & Mrs. Neil, 

1952 
Cassidy, Bertha E., 1950 
Metzler, Miss Margaret, 1950 
Osborne, Rev. & Mrs., 1955 
Powers, Rev. & Mrs., 1950 
Rediker, Rev. Beulah, 1950 
Whitman, Miss Sylvia, 1950 

American Baptist Foreign 
Mission Society (ABF) 

Allen, Miss Thomasine, 1915 

Beath, Mr. & Mrs. Sterling, 
1948 

Bollinger, Rev. & Mrs. Ed- 
ward, 1951 

Brannen, Rev. & Mrs. Noah, 
1952 

Calder, Miss Marguerite, 1949 

Fridell, Rev. & Mrs. Wilbur, 
1948 

Gano, Rev. & Mrs. Glenn, 
1954 

Hampton, Miss Lois, 1952 



| Hinchman, Rev. & Mrs. B. 
L., 1949 
Jennings, Rev. & Mrs. 
Raymond, 1950 
\ Kalling, Miss Ruth, 1952 

Knabe, Miss Elizabeth, 1951 
! Livingston, Rev. & Mrs. 
Theodore, 1952 
Manierre, Rev. & Mrs. 
Stanley, 1954 
; McCoy, Miss Beulah, 1947 
McLellan, Miss Luella, 1951 
Nelson, Miss Ada, 1952 
Nicholson, Rev. & Mrs. 

John, 1949 
Osborn, Miss Allison, 1952 
Post, Miss Vida, 1920 
Sanderson, Miss Abbie, 1954 
; Waddington, Mr. Richard, 
1953 
Waterman, Miss Gertrude, 
1948 

American Bible Society 

(ABS) 
Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. 
James C. F. 



203 



204 



DIRECTORIES 



Association of Baptists 
for World Evangelism 

(ABWE) 
Chandler, Rev. & Mrs. 

Vernon D. Jr. 
Goodson, Miss Mary F. 
Morgan, Rev. & Mrs. 

Jaymes P. 
Nicholls, Rev. & Mrs. Walter 
Potter, Miss Elaine 
Shook, Rev. & Mrs. Paul Jr. 

Aizu Christian Fellowship 

(ACF) 
Dann, Miss Janet M., 1951 
Holdcroft, Miss Joy, 1955 
Holdcroft, Miss Mary, 1950 
Martin, Miss Mary, 1949 
Morris, Miss Kathleen, 1949 

Misson Bd of the Religious 
Society of Friends of 
Philadelphia (AFP) 

Rhoads, Esther B., 1917 

American Friends Service 
Committee (AFSC) 

Mendl, Wolf, 1955 

Miho, Fumie, 1954 

Noel, Mr. & Mrs. Don O., 
1954 




Pearson, Mr. & Mrs. Br 

1954 
Rhoads, Esther B., 1917 
Rittenhouse, Jane, 1954 
Sharpless, Edith F., 1908 

Assemblies of God, Great 
Britain and Ireland (AG- 
I Gt. Br.) Butcher, Mr. & Mrs. 
W.F., 1950 
Davies, Mr. & Mrs. D.E., 
1937 
1 Savage, Mr. & Mrs. L. E., 
1951 

Amazing Grace Missions 

(AGM) 
! Pickett, Mr. & Mrs. Clyde, 
1952 

Augustana Lutheran Mis- 
sion, Japan (ALM) 

Berg, Rev. & Mrs. Karl W., 

1952 
Colberg, Miss Lois 1950 
Cunningham, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robert, 1953 
Dale, Rev. & Mrs. Kenneth 

J., 1951 
Ericson, Rev. & Mrs. Wil- 

bert, 1953 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSONS 



205 



Hawkinson, Miss Marion, 

1952 
Hoagland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Alan, 1954 
Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. | 

David, 1955 
Lindquist, Miss Mary, 1952 
Lundeen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Milton, 1954 
Olson, Rev. & Mrs. George 

L., 1950 
Setterholm, Rev. & Mrs. 

Paul, 1952 
Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edwin, 1951 
Tack, Rev. & Mrs. Marvin 

A., 1952 
Vikner, Rev. & Mrs. David 

L., 1950 , 

American Soul Clinic 

(ASG) 
Borgman, Mrs. Feme, 1952 
Borror, Miss Doris, 1951 
Burgess, Mr. Osee, 1953 
Collins, Mr. & Mrs. L. Tim, 

1950 
Coryell, Miss Ada, 1952 
Coryell, Mrs. Ada, 1952 



Friesen, Miss Susan, 1952 
Greyell, Mr. Arthur, 1952 
Gronlund, Mr. Mildred, 1951 
Hardley, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

1955 
Hasegawa, Mr. & Mrs. Taro, 

1951 
Doe, Mrs. Dorothy Iwabuchi, 

1952 
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. E., 

1952 
Johnson, Mrs. Margaret, 1952 
Kaylor, Mr. & Mr. Leo, 1951 
Lee, Miss Cleo, 1952 
Moon, Mrs. Inez, 1952 
Nimura, Miss Blanche, 
Pierson, Miss Mildred, 1951 
Paul, Miss Erva, 1951 
Quisenberry, Mr. & Mrs. 

Bill, 1955 
Rolph, Mr. & Mrs. George, 

1951 
Roth, Mr. & Mrs. Charles 

K., 
Sanderholm, Mr. & Mrs. 

Frank, 1952 
Sano, Miss Eileen, 1954 
Sides, Mrs. Norma, 1952 
Wenger, Mrs. Mary, 



206 



DIRECTORIES 



Woollett, Rev. and Mrs. John 
F., 1951 

Baptist Bible Fellowship 

(BBF) 
Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Ray 

D., 1951 
Dunn, Rev. Ed, 1954 
Hodges, Rev. & Mrs. Olson, 

1949 
Mason, Rev. & Mrs. Jack R. 

1951 

British Foreign Bible 

Society (BFBS) 
Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. James 

G. F. 

Baptist General Confer- 
ence of America (BGCA) 

Bjork, Rev. & Mrs. Dale W., 
1952 

Funk, Miss Elsie, 1949 

Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. Sten, 
1951 

Nordstrom, Miss Elaine, 1952 

Patterson, Rev. & Mrs. 
James, 1953 

Skoog, Rev. & Mrs. Ronald, 
1955 

Sorley, Rev. & Mrs, Francis 



B., 1948 
Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. Gler 

E., 1950 
Walbert, Rev. & 

Clement, 1955 
Youngquist, Rev. & Mi 

Haris, 1950 



Baptist Mid-Missions in 
Japan 

Bishop, Rev. Dan, 1953 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. Wm., 

1953 
Morano, Miss Thuvia, 1951 
Pfaff, Rev. & Mrs. J 

Newland 
Pfost, Miss Lois, 1953 
Regier, Miss Evelyn, 1954 
Youmans, Miss Doris, 1952 



in 

II 

i 
j- 



Bible Protestant Mission 

(BPM) 
Oxley, Rev. & Mrs. H. Dale, 
1952 



Bethel Pentecostal Temple 

(BPT) 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. M. E., 

1951 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Donal 

R., 1954 




MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



207 



Galloway, Mrs. Lorraine. 

1954 
Hunter, Miss Jean, 1954 



Christian Assemblies (GA) 

Barrett, Mr. Cecil, 1951 
Denio, Mr. Sproulie, 1950 
Jeffries, Mr. Edgar, 1951 
Koyama, Mr. Seiichi, 1947 
Layden, Miss Frances, 1951 
Sargeant, Miss Marguerite, 

1951 
Stelfox, Mr. Tom, 1951 
Wills, Mr. Clifton, 1951 

Conservative Baptist For- 
eign Misson Society 

(CBFMS) 
Beabout, Miss Florence, 1950 
Benson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Bennie, 1952 
Bowen, Miss Virginia, 1950 
Cole, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 

1952 
Creer, Rev. & Mrs. Ray, 

1950 
Fleischman, Miss Lorraine, 

1952 
Foreman, Miss Alice, 1955 
Holecek, Rev. & Mrs. 



Frank, 1947 
Huttenlock, Rev. & Mrs. 

George, 1951 
Jones, Miss Gladys, 1950 
Kiper, Miss Sarah Jane, 1950 
Krause, Miss Dorothy, 1950 
Kreps, Mr. & Mrs. Homer 

V., 1953 
Lowe, Miss Ruth Ann, 1951 
McCune, Rev. & Mrs. 

George, 1951 
McDaniei, Rev. & Mrs. 

John, 1949 
Meeko, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 

1947 
Morris, Miss Betty, 1952 
Pease, Miss Harriet, 1951 
Quimby, Miss Jean, 1948 
Sabina, Rev. & Mrs. Moses, 

1950 
Smith, Miss Margaret, 1947 
Sorrentino, Dr. & Mrs. Louis 
V., 1951 
| Tetro, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 
1950 
Varney, Miss Evelyn, 1949 
J Walter, Miss Helen, 1951 
; Weber, Rev. & Mrs. James, 
I 1953 



208 



DIRECTORIES 



Winter, Miss Margaret, 1952 1954 

Xinke, Rev. & Mrs. Gilbert, Smith, Rev. & Mrs. Nathan, 



1952 



1951 



Christian Catholic Church Central Japan Pioneer 



(CCC) 



Mission (CJPM) 



OfTner, Rev. & Mrs. Clark Cooke, Mr. & Mrs. T. T. S. 



B., 1951 

Church of Christ Cunning- 
ham Mission (CCCM) 

Buttray, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley, 

1950 
Faber, Mr. & Mrs. Earnest, 
Patton, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew, 

1948 
Sims, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 

1947 
Taylor, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 

1949 

Church of England in 
Australia (CE-Aust.) 

Coaldrake, Rev. & Mrs. 
Frank, 1947 

Church of God, Mission- 
ary Board of (CG) 

Eikamp, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur 

R., 1949 
Goens, Rev. & Mrs. Donald, 



1948 
Corwin, Mr. & Mrs. C. M., 

1952 
Jones, Miss Glenys, 1953 
Jones, Miss Gwyneth, 1953 
McKay, Miss Doris, 1951 
Morris, Mr. & Mrs. A. J., 

1952 
Parr, Miss I). A., 1927 
Schnydrig, Miss Emmi, 1951 
Slichter, Miss Betty, 1949 
Thorp, Miss Dorothy, 1953 
Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. T. G., 

1951 

The Christian and Mis- 
sionary Alliance (CMA) 

Bollback, Rev. & Mrs. 

Anthony, 1952 
Dievendorf, Mrs. Anne, 1922 
Dyck, Miss Susan, 1953 
Francis, Miss Mable, 1909 
McGarvey, Rev. & Mrs. 



MISSONARIES OF MISSONS 



209 



Paul, 1952 
Snider, Mrs. Hilda, 1951 
Stumpf, Rev. & Mrs. Ray, 

1950 



The Christian Mission To 
Buddhists (CMB) 

Hemstad, Rev. Ragnald, 1953 j 
Kung Tien Min, Rev., 1953 

Church Missionary Socie- 
ty (CMS) 
Baggs, Miss Mabel C, 1925 
Bushe, Miss S.L.K., 1921 
Doubleday, Miss Stella C, 

1928 
Foss, Miss Eleanor M., 1936 
Goldsmith, Miss Mabel ()., 

1928 
Hammer, Rev. & Mrs. R.J., 

1950 
Staveley, Miss J. Ann, 1928 

Church of the Nazarene 

(GN) 
Bennett, Rev. & Mrs. Merril 

S., 1952 
Eckel, Rev. & Mrs. W. A., 
1916 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. Harrison 

R. S.Jr., 1950 



Helling, Rev. & Mrs. Hubert 

H., 1952 
McKay, Rev. & Mrs. 

Bartlett, 1954 
Shepherd, Rev. & Mrs. Doyle 

M., 1949 

Christian Reformed Japan 

Mission (CR JM) 
Bruinooge, Rev. & Mrs. 

Henry, 1951 
Koets, Miss Magdalena, 1951 
Sutton, Rev. Robert L., 1952 
Sweetman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leonard, 1955 
Sytsma, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard, 1952 
Van Baak, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edward, 1951 
Vanderbilt, Rev. & Mrs. 

Maas 1955 

Evangelical Free Church 
of America (EFGA) 

Becher, Miss Blanche, 1954 
Ford, Mr. & Mrs. Einar, 1953 
Fuller, Rev. & Mrs. Dwight, 

1951 
Halstrom, Mr. & Mrs. Dale, 

1952 



210 



DIRECTORIES 



Hanson, Mr. Calvin 
Hesselgrave, Rev. & Mrs. 
David, 1950 



Hansen, Rev. & Mrs. 

1949 
Hanson, Miss Lydia, 1950 



Prine, Mr. & Mrs. Harry, Hanson, Miss Marian, 1951 



1954 



Herbst, Miss Ruth, 1952 



Thalleen, Rev. & Mrs. Holte, Miss Roselyn, 1952 



Waldor, 1950 

Evangelical Lutheran 

Church Japan Mission 

(ELC) 
Aamodt, Rev. & Mrs. Conrad, 

1951 
Aasland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harold, 1954 
Arneson, Miss Andeline, 1952 
Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

D., 1952 
Bergh, Rev. & Mrs. Oliver, 

1951 
Bowman, Rev. & Mrs. John 

R., 1953 



Homerstad, Rev. & Mrs. 

John M., 1951 
Hyland, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 

1950 
Ingulsrud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lars, 1952 
Johnsrud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leroy, 1950 
Klemesrud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Stanely, 1953 
Knutson, Rev. & Mrs. Alton, 

1951 
Luttio, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 

1952 
Mitchell, Miss Anna Marie, 
Boyum, Miss Bernice, 1950 1950 

Davidson, Rev. & Mrs. Lewis i Myhrwold, Miss Froydis, 1951 



E., 1951 



Nelson, Miss Grace, 1954 



Eimon, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, ! Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 



1954 
Gilbertson, Rev. & Mrs. 
Gaylen, 1953 



1952 
Neumann, Rev. & Mrs. 
Norman, 1954 



Gulick, Miss Anna D., 1951 I Olson, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSONS 



211 



1951 
Pederson, Miss Lois, 1950 
Salter, Miss Bessie, 1954 
Sanoden, Rev. & Mrs. 

Russel, 1952 
Sorenson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Morris, 1953 
Stenberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Kenneth, 1950 
Swendseid, Rev. & Mrs. 

Douglas, 1952 
Tang, Rev. & Mrs. Gordon 

O., 1950 
Tuff, Miss Evelyn, 1954 
Undseth, Rev. & Mrs. Einar, 

1954 
Vorland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gehard, 1953 
Vinge, Rev. & Mrs. Daniel, 

1951 
Wang, Miss Jean, 1953 

Evangelical Mission Cove- 
nant of America (EMGA) 

Engeman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harry, 1950 
Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. Louis 

F., 1953 
Johnson, Miss Bonnevieve 

M., 1954 



! Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gordon, 1951 
; Kristerson, Miss Ruth, 1951 
\ Lindstrom, Miss Shirley, 1951 
j Metcalf, Rev. & Mrs. 
Melbourne J., 1949 
Rigmark, Rev. & Mrs. K. 

William, 1949 
Yerme, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 

E., 1949 
Westberg, Rev. & Mrs. 
Harry E., 1952 



Evangelical United Breth 

ren (EUB) (See IBG) 



Evangelical & Reformed 

(E & R) (See IBC) 



Free Christian Mission 

(FCM) 
Bakken, Miss Berte, 1950 
Berge, Miss Aagot, 1950 
' Bruun, Miss Anna, 1951 
Gulbrandsen, Mrs. Dagny, 
1951 

Gundersen, Miss Johanna, 

1953 
Hagen, Miss Kirsten, 1951 
Haugen, Miss Aase, 1953 
Hemmingby, Rev. & Mrs. 



212 



DIRECTORIES 



Arne, 1953 
Jorgensen, Miss Anna, 1954 
Moy, Miss Agnes, 1951 
Nordli, Miss Edel, 1954 
Pedersen, Miss Ruth, 1954 
Riis, Miss Helene, 1951 
Rudolph, Miss Bjorg, 1953 
Rudolph, Rev. & Mrs. J. 

W., 1950 
Skauge, Miss Olga, 1950 
Solvoll, Rev. & Mrs. Arnulf, 

1951 
Torp, Rev. & Mrs. Aage, 1954 
Winsjansen, Miss Kirsten, 

1953 

Far Eastern Gospel 
Crusade (FEGC) 

Allen, Rev. Shelton, 1952 

Baum, Rev. Bill, 1952 

Best, Rev. and Mrs. Sydney, 

1951 
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 

1953 
Bollman, Mr. & Mrs. Theo- 
dore G., 1950 
Bond, Miss Dorothy, 1954 
Classen, Miss Ann, 1953 
Classen, Miss Martha, 1951 
Colston, Miss Augusta, 1951 



Dillon, Rev. & Mrs. Alan B., 

1948 
Engholm, Mr. & Mrs. Duane, 

1954 
Foster, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

1949 
| Fox, Rev. & Mrs. Roger, 1951 
Friesen, Miss Arlene, 1953 
Friesen, • Rev. & Mrs. 

Roland, 1952 
Heidecker, Miss May, 1953 
Hume, Miss Doris, 1952 
Jeanes, Miss Dorothy, 1951 
Kaneshiro, Miss Kimiko, 1950 
Kaneshiro, Miss Tomi, 1951 
Koski, Miss Beatrice, 1953 
Kubo, Miss Rowena, 1954 
Lautzenheiser, Miss Wanda, 

1952 
Loveless, Miss Marion, 1952 
Matheson, Mr. & Mrs. 

Robert H., 1952 
McLeroy, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robin, 1953 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Conrad, 

1951 
Moe, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur J., 

1952 
Murata, Rev. & Mrs. Her- 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSONS 



213 



bert, 1949 
Neufeld, Miss Bertha, 1951 
Newbrander, Rev. & Mrs. 

Virgil, 1951 
Olfert, Miss Marie, 1950 
Parker, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 

1949 
Peters, Miss Dorothy, 1953 
Placzek, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 

1953 
Price, Miss Winifred, 1951 
Prinsell, Miss Edna, 1953 
Reasoner, Rev. & Mrs. Rollin 

S., 1951 
Reese, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 

1948 
Reimer, Rev. & Mrs. 

Willard, 1955 
Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard, 

1950 
Siebert, Rev. & Mrs. Johnny, 

1951 
Smith, Rev. and Mrs. Harry, 

1953 
Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Clarence, 1952 
Sweet, Rev. & Mrs. Leonard 

E., 1948 
Young, Mr. & Mrs. 



Clarence, 1952 

Finnish Free Overseas 

Mission (FFOM) 
Heimonen, Mr. & Mrs. L. 

V., 1952 
Kama, Mr. & Mrs. T., 1950 
Makinen, Miss A., 1950 
Pelttari, Miss M., 1952 
Rokka, Mr. & Mrs. J., 1954 

Free Methodist Church of 

America (FM) 
Anderson, Miss Myrtle, 1951 
Bullis, Rev. & Mrs. Harry 

A., 1951 
DeShazer, Rev. & Mrs. 

Jacob, 1948 
Fensome, Miss Alice E., 1948 
Millikan, Miss Eva B., 1911 
Overland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman, 1952 
Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. Elmer 

E., 1949 
Reid, Miss Pearl M., 1950 
Skudler, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edward, 1952 



General Conference Men- 
nonite Mission (MM) 

Boschman, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 



214 



1951 
Derksen, Mr. & Mrs. Peter, 

1954 
Dyck, Miss Anna, 1953 
Ediger, Mr. & Mrs. Ferd, 

1953 
Friesen, Miss Leonore, 1951 
Giesbrecht, Miss Martha, 

1953 
Patkau, Miss Esther, 1951 
Ramseyer, Mr. & Mrs. 

Robert, 1954 
Thiessen, Mr. & Mrs. 

Bernard, 1952 
Unruh, Mr. & Mrs. Verney, 

1951 
Voran, Mr. & Mrs. Peter, 

1951 



DIRECTORIES 

Holzwarth, Richard J. 1951 



German East-Asia Misson 

(GEAM) 
Oehler, Rev. & Mrs. 
Harald, 1952 

Grace Gospel Evangelistic 
Association Internation- 
al, Inc. (GGEA) 

Pike, Rev. & Mrs. Fred, 1950 

The Gideons International 

(GI) 



(German) Marburger Mis- 
sion (GMM) 
Ebinger, Frieda, 1953 
Fleischmann, Babette, 1951 
Schmidt, Ruth, 1954 
SteinhofT, Karoline, 1951 

High School Evangelism 
Fellowship, Inc. (Hi-BA) 
Clark, Rev. Kenneth W., 1950 
Clark, Jane C, 1950 
Meyer, John F., 1952 
Meyer, Betty L., 1952 

Hokkaido Fukuin Dendo 

Kai (HFDK) 
McNaughton, Rev. & Mrs, 

Raymond E., 1928 

Interboard Committee For 
Christian Work in Japan 

Note : for dates of arrival 
of IBC Missionaries See 
Alphabetical list 

American Board (ABCFM)- 
IBC 

Bierman, Mr, Milton 
Buell, Miss Constance 
Cary, Rev. Frank 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



215 



Cary, Mr. & Mrs. Otis 
Clapp, Miss Frances B. 
Cobb, Miss Ann 
Crew, Miss Angie 
Downs, Rev. & Mrs. D. 
Fairfield, Mr. & Mrs. J. 
Gillett, Rev. & Mrs. C. S. 
Guilliom, Miss Susan Mary 
Grant, Mr. & Mrs. Robert 
Gulick, Mr. & Mrs. Leeds 
Gwinn, Miss Alice E. 
Hackett, Mr. & Mrs. H.W. 
Hibbard, Miss Esther L. 
Houston, Miss Lyda S. 
Husted, Miss Edith 
Larson, Mr. & Mrs. David 
Littlejohn, Miss Jean 
Matthews, Rev. & Mrs. A. 
McKnight, Rev. & Mrs. 

W. Q, 
Moran, Rev. & Mrs. S. F. 
Morrill, Mr. and Mrs. 

Douglas W. 
Reeves, Miss Grace 
Roberts, Mrs. May M. 
Robertson, Miss Grace M. 
Turner, Miss Joyce 
Wood, Rev. & Mrs. R. W. 



Evangelical & Reformed 

(E & R)-IBC 

Ankeney, Mrs. Margaret 

Beecken, Rev. & Mrs. H. 

CundifT, Mr. William 

Garner, Miss Margaret 
I Gerhard, Mr. & Mrs. R. 

Getz, Mr. & Mrs. Pierce 
! Gregory, Rev. & Mrs. P.R. 

Hoy, Miss Gertrude B. 

Kroehler, Rev. & Mrs. 
Armin 

Krueger, Miss Naomi 

Lammers, Rev. & Mrs. R. 

Landis, Miss Janell 

Melchert, Mr. & Mrs. J. 

Petersen, Miss Tordis 

Raisch, Miss Lillian 

Reusser, Rev. & Mrs. P. 

Ross, Rev. Myron 

Rubright, Rev. & Mrs. R. 

Schroer, Rev. G. W. 

Schweitzer, Mr. Carl F. 

Searle, Mr. Victor C. Jr 

Sipple, Mr. & Mrs. C. S. 

Snyder, Miss Ruth F. 

Williams, Rev. & Mrs. P. 

Yearick, Rev. & Mrs. H.L. 

Evangelical United Breth- 



216 



DIRECTORIES 



ren (EUB)-IBC 
Anderson, Miss Irene 
Barrett, Rev. & Mrs. W.W. 
Brownlee, Rev. & Mrs. W. 
Bruns, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 
Corl, Rev. & Mrs. J. 
Elmer, Miss Ruth 
Garrison, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
Juten, Miss Shirley 
Kellerman, Miss Jean 
Kramer, Miss Lois 
Kuecklich, Miss Gertrud 
Lang, Rev. & Mrs. Ernst 
Mayer, Rev. & Mrs. P. S. 
Rehefeld, Miss Hanna B. 
Schneider, Miss Doris 
Theuer, Rev. & Mrs. G. 
Voehringer, Miss Elizabeth E. 

Methodist Board (MC)-IBC 
Adams, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
Adams, Miss Marie 
Allum, Miss Iris 
Alston, Miss Charlotte 
Alsup, Miss Alice 
Anderson, Miss Myra P. 
Bailey, Miss B. M. 
Bandel, Miss Myrtle E. 
Barns, Miss Helen 



Bascom, Mr. & Mrs. G. 

Bedell, Miss Mary E. 

Berkey, Mrs. Marguerite 

Best, Rev. & Mrs. E. E. 

Bost, Miss Ethel 

Boyer, Miss Alice 

Boyles, Miss Helen 
| Bray, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

Brittain, Miss Blanche 

Browning, Rev. & Mrs. \V. 

Byler, Miss Gertrude 
j Carroll, Miss Sallie 
1 Cheney, Miss Alice 
| Clark, Miss Elizabeth 
| Cobb, Rev. & Mrs. J. B. 
j Cooper, Miss Lois 

Croskrey, Miss Dorothy 

Curry, Miss Olive 

Dail, Miss Lucy Marie 

Eads, Miss Mary E. 

Elder, Rev. & Mrs. W. M. 

Endow, Miss Masako 

Feely, Miss Gertrude 

Finch, Miss Mary 

Floyd, Mr. Roger 

Fosnot, Miss Pearl 

Foster, Miss Mary 

Gamblin, Rev. & Mrs. A.E. 

Germany, Rev. & Mrs. 



MISSIONARIES 
Chas. | 

Giles, Miss Rebecca 
Gilkey, Mr. William E. 
Givens, Miss Anna 
Harbin, Rev. & Mrs. A.Y. 
Hartman, Miss Doris 
Hilburn, Rev. & Mrs. S. 
Hitchcock, Miss Alice 
Hodges, Miss Olive I. 
Howell, Miss Elizabeth 
Hughes, Mr. Lee B. 
Jefferson, Miss Alice C. 
Johnson, Mr. Keith 
Jones, Miss Mary 
Jones, Mr. & Mrs. R. L. 
Joyce, Mr. & Mrs. J. 
Kitchen, Rev. & Mrs. T. 
Koch, Miss Joyce 
Kreps, Rev. & Mrs. L. 
Lind, Miss Jennie 
Maiden, Miss Margaret 
Mayer, Miss Margery 
McCain, Miss Pearle 
McLain, Miss Lulu M. 
McMillan, Miss Mary 
McQuie, Miss Ada 
McWilliams, Rev. & Mrs. R 
Meek, Miss Martha Emma 
Moore, Miss Helen G. 



BY MISSIONS 



217 



Morris, Miss Margaret G. 
Moss, Rev. & Mrs. John 
Oldridge, Miss Mary Belle 
Paine, Miss Mildred Anne 
Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. P. 

Lee 
Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. 

Peyton L. Ill 
Parsons, Miss Maud 
Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman 
Peavy, Miss Anne 
Peckham, Miss Caroline 
Rahn, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 
Reed, Miss Gloria J. 
Reedy, Mr. Boyd 
Register, Miss Kathleen 
Rippey, Miss Hazel M. 
Saito, Mr. & Mrs. Morse T. 
Sawada, Rev. & Mrs. Ben 
Schwab, Miss Elsa 
Selvey, Miss Esther 
Shaver, Rev. & Mrs. I. L. 
Shimer, Mr. Mrs.& E. R. 
Skillman, Mr. & Mrs. J. 
Smith, Mr. Roy 
Stevens, Miss Catherine 
Stubbs, Rev. & Mrs. D 
Swain, Rev. & Mrs. D. L. 



218 



blRECTORIfcS 



Tarr, Miss Alberta 
Teele, Mr. & Mrs. R. E. 
Tennant, Miss Elizabeth 
Thompson, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
Thompson, Mr. Lawrance 
Towson, Miss Manie 
Waidron, Miss Rose 
Warne, Miss Eleanor 
Westfall, Miss Mary E. 
Whitehead, Miss Mabel 
Winans, Rev. E. J. 



Presbyterian Board, USA 

(PN)-IBC 
Althouse, Miss Sue 
Barker, Rev. & Mrs. R. 
Brown, Miss Mildred 
Carrick, Rev. & Mrs. M. 
Chapman, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
Clark, Rev. & Mrs. E. M. 
Daub, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
Daugherty, Miss Lena G. 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. R. 
Deter, Miss Virginia 
Driskill, Rev. & Mrs. L. 
Drummond, Rev. and Mrs. 

R. 
Firebaugh, Miss Martha E. 
Foreman, Mr. Burton 
Franklin, Rev. & Mrs. Sam 



Jr. 
Grier, Rev. & Mrs. L. N. 
Grubbs, Rev. Thomas W. 
Grube, Miss Alice 
Havlick, Miss Dorothy 
Hereford, Miss Nannie M. 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Glen 
Johnson, Miss Harriet Ann 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. H. 
Kamitsuka, Rev. & Mrs. A. 
Koehler, Rev. & Mrs, 

Norman 
Lawson, Miss Dorothy 
Lloyd, Rev. G. G. 
MacDonald, Miss Alice 
Mackenzie, Miss Virginia 
Norton, Rev. & Mrs. R.B. 
Oltman, Mr. & Mrs. P.V. 
Reiser, Miss A. Irene 
Rider, Miss Shirley 
Schmidt, Miss Dorothy 
Taylor, Miss Dorothy 
Thurber, Rev. & Mrs. L.N. 
Troyer, Mr. (Ph. D.) & 

Mrs. M. 
Urquhart, Miss Betty A. 
Weiss, Rev. & Mrs. W. G. 
Wells, Miss Lillian 
Winn, Mrs. Merle 



I 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



219 



Worth, Mr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. 
Donald 

Reformed Church in 
America (RCA)— IBC 

Bogard, Miss F. Belle 
Brink, Miss Suzanne 
Bruggers, Rev. & Mrs. G. 
DeMaagd, Rev. & Mrs. J. 
Estell, Mr. W. H. 
Flaherty, Mr. & Mrs. T.E. 
Hesselink, Rev. & Mrs. I.J. 
Kieinjans, Mr. & Mrs. E. 
Korver, Mr. & Mrs. R. C. 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Boude 
Norden, Rev. & Mrs. R.L. 
Oltman, Miss G. Janet 
Poppen, Miss Marcella 
Siter, Miss Verlaine R. 
Tanis, Rev. & Mrs. Paul H. 
Van Wyk, Rev. & Mrs. G.J. 
Van Zoeren, Miss Carol 
Zander, Miss Helen R. 

United Church of Canada 

(UCC)-IBG 
Armstrong, Miss Margaret 

(retired) 
Avison, Miss Margaret L. 
Brown, Miss Merrill E. 



j Campbell, Miss Margaret H. 

! Carey, Rev. & Mrs. E. F. 

I Chappell, Miss Constance 

j Chappell, Miss Mary 
Clugston, Rev. & Mrs. D.A. 
Cook, Miss Dulcie 
Darby, Miss Laura W. 
Douglas, Miss Leona 
Graham, Mr. & Mrs. L. 
Greenbank, Miss Katherine 
Haig, Miss Mary 
Hamilton, Miss Gertrude 
Horning, Miss Enid Mae 
Howlett, Rev. & Mrs. F.G. 
Jaeckel, Rev. & Mrs. T. 
Keighley, Rev. & Mrs. L. 
Langland, Miss Violet F. 
Leith, Miss Isobel 
MacDonald, Miss Jean 
MacLeod, Rev. & Mrs. Ian 
Matthewson, Miss Mildred E. 
McCrimmon, Miss Mary F. 
McKenzie, Mr. & Mrs. 

Arthur 
McLachlan, Miss May 
Moase, Miss Helen C. 
Muir, Rev. & Mrs. F. 
Norman, Rev. & Mrs. H. 

i Orth, Rev. Donald B. 



2^0 



DIRECTORIES 




Outerbridge, Rev. & Mrs. H. 
Peters, Miss C. Jean 
Rorke, Miss M. Luella 
Saunders, Miss Violet 
Scruton, Miss M. Fern 
Suttie, Miss E. Gwen 
Thomas, Miss Wilna 
Thurlow, Mr. James M. 
Trueman, Miss Margaret 
Tunbridge, Miss Marjorie 
Warkentyne, Mr. Henry J. 
Yeadon, Miss Marjorie 



United Christian Mission- 
ary Society (Disciples) 

(UCMS)— IBC 
Edgerton, Miss Daisy 
Hendricks, Rev. & Mrs. 

K.C. 
Huff, Rev. & Mrs. Howard 
Hughes, Miss Hazel 
Kamikawa, Rev. & Mrs. A. 
Palmer, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph 
Rossman, Rev. & Mrs. Vern 
Shorrock, Rev. & Mrs. H.C. 
Starn, Miss Pauline 
Troxel, Rev. & Mrs. D.V. 
Warner, Rev. & Mrs. 

Austin 



Independent Board For 
Presbyterian Foreign 
Missions 

Foxwell, Rev. & Mrs. Philip 

R., 1948 
Johnson, Miss Mary, 1952 
Krauss, Miss Anne P., 1949 
Ribi, Mrs. H. Kurt, 1948 
Soltau, Rev. & Mrs. Addison 

P., 1953 
Wiggles worth, Miss Anne E 

1949 
Young, Rev. and Mrs. Johr 

M. L., 1948 



International Child Evan 
gelism Fellowship (ICEF 

Attaway, Mr. & Mrs 

Kenneth, 1952 
Benedict, Mr. & Mrs, Paul 

1952 
Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Charle 

E., 1950 
Pixler, Mildred, 1953 
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 

L., 1950 



International Church o: 
the Foursquare Gospe 

(ICFG) 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



221 



Charles, Rev. Billie M., 1952 
Lucht, Mr. & Mrs. Carl. 
1951 



G., 1954 
Walker, Mr. & Mrs. Wesley, 
1955 



Independent (IND) 

Browne, Mr. & Mrs., 1590 
Daniels, Misses Mabel E., 

1928, & Ruth R., 1951 
Dick, Mr. R. H. 
Harker, Mr. Rowland 
Pietsch, Rev. & Mrs. 

Timothy, 1936 
Willms, Peter* 
Wright, Mr. & Mrs. R.J. 

Independent Missionaries 
Connected with the 
Kyushu Christian Mis- 
sion (Ind-KCM) 
Bills, Mr. & Mrs. Alex, 
Burney, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 

1955 
Clark, Mr. & Mrs. Martin, 
Dittemore, Mrs. Isabel, 1951 
Faber, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest, 

1955 
Fleenor, Mr. & Mrs. Julius, 
Hammond, Mi\ & Mrs. Al, 

1954 
Maxey, Mr. & Mrs. Mark 



Independent Society of 

Friends (Ind-SOF) 
Xicholson, Donald V. 
Nicholson, Mr. & Mrs. 

Herbert V., 1915 



International Union of 
Gospel Missions Inc. 

(IUGM) 

i Moreton, Dr. & Mrs. Hugh 
1951 

Inter- Varsity Christian 
Fellowship (IVCF) 

| Miller, Keith, Mr. & Mrs., 

TEAM 
| Roundhill, Mr. Ken, 1949 
Webster-Smith, Miss Irene, 
1916 

Japan Apostolic Mission 

} Coote, Leonard W, 1914 
! Hughes, Mrs. Marie, 1952 
' Melugin, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
C„ 1953 

Japan Boat Mission 

i Malloy, Mr. & Mrs. R, E, 



222 



DIRECTORIES 



1954 



Japan Committee of Ger- 
man Missions (JCGM) 
Guenther, Rev. & Mrs. H. 

1954 
Hartwig, Miss Irmgard, 1954, 
Janhsen, Sister Frieda, 1953 
Mende, Sister Dora, 1953 
Mundinger, Miss Dora 1953 
Poellmitz, Sister Else, 1953 
Strohm, Miss Elsbeth, 1953 
Von Haugwitz, Sister Irm- 

trud, 1953 
Von Reiswitz, Miss Ursula, 

1953 
Wolff, Sister Hanni, 1953 

Japan Evangelistic Band 

(JEB) 
Baird, Miss Dorothy, 1953 
Bee, Mr. & Mrs. William, 

1926 
Clarke, Miss Eunice G., 1950 
Dyson, Miss Mary, 1955 
Gosden, Rev. & Mrs. E.W., 

1933 
Hey wood, Mr. & Mrs. R. 

E., 1950 
Kirkpatrick, Rev. & Mrs. L. 



V., 1953 

Lloyd, Miss Mary 1929 

Luke, Rev. & Mrs. Percy, 1 ., 

1932 

Marcks, Miss Margaret M., 

1951 

McGormick, Miss Jean, 1951 

McGrath, Miss Violet, 1928 

| Saville, Miss Rose, 1925 

j Smith, Miss Alice Elsa, 1937 

I Smith, Miss I. Webster, 1916 

| Verwey, Mr. & Mrs. C. J. 

1949. 
i 
! Whan, Mr. & Mrs. Milton, 

1948 

Williams, Rev. & Mrs. F. 

T., 1929 

Japan Gospel Fellowship 

(JGF) 
Black, Miss Alice, 1953 

I 

Bower, Miss Esther S., 1937 
| Bower, Miss Marian B., 1948 
i Iwasa, Miss Katherine, 1951 
j Kawashima, Miss Tamie, 
1951 
Motoyama, Miss Julia, 1947 
| Oestreich, Rev. & Mrs. 
George, 1949 
Pfaff, Miss Anne, 1937 






MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



223 



Raby, Miss Judy, 
Snelson, Miss Irene, 1949 
Zimmerman, Rev. & Mrs. 
Charles, 1951 



Japan Inland Mission 

(JIM) 
Attwater, Miss V., 1951 
Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh, 

1949 



The Japanese Orthodox 

Church (JOC) 
Ireney, Most Rev. Bishop, 
Shevchenko, Rev. David, 1953 

Japan Regular Baptist 

Mission (JRBM) 
Pickering, Rev. F. L. 

Lutheran Evangelical As- 
sociation of Finland 

(LEAF) 
Airo, Miss Jenni, 1901 
Karen, Rev. & Mrs. Art- 

turi, 1922 
Laitinen, Miss Martta, 1952 
Lipponen, Miss Sanna, 1941 
Miero, Miss Martta, 1938 
Niemi, Miss Tyyne, 1926 
Piirainen, Miss Kaisu, 1952 



Remahl, Miss Ragna, 1952 
Savolainen, Rev. & Mrs, 

Paavo, 1939 
Savolainen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Vihtori, 1907 
Soderbacka, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gottfried, 1952 
Yaltonen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Tauno, 1952 



Lutheran Free Church of 

Norway (LFCN) 
Aske, Rev. & Mrs. Sigurd, 

1950 
Godoy, Rev. & Mrs. Rolf, 

1950 
Kivle, Rev. & Mrs. Per, 1950 

Liebenzeller Mission (LM) 

Beck, Mr. Gotthold, 1953 
Benzinger, Miss Esther, 1952 
Bulling, Miss Mina, 1954 
Eitel, Dr. K. F. & Mrs. Anna, 

1951 
Ettling, Mr. A. G. & Mrs. 

M. E. 1953 
Kunz, Mr. Arthur, 1952 
Luginsland, Miss Helene, 

1951 
Meyer, Mr. Hans, 1954 
Roesti, Miss Magdalene, 1953 



224 



DIRECTORIES 



Vatter, Mr. Ernst & Mrs. 
Sigrid, 1952 & 1953 



Mennonite Board of Mis- 
sions and Charities (M) 

Bean, Miss Ruth, 1952 
Beck, Rev. & Mrs. Carl C, 

1949 
Blosser, Rev. & Mrs. Eugene, 

1954 
Buckwalter, Rev. & Mrs. 

Ralph E., 1949 
Kanagy, Rev. & Mrs. Lee 

H., 1951 
McCammon, Rev. & Mrs. 

Don M., 1955 
Reber, Rev. & Mrs. Don D., 

1952 
Ressler, Miss Rhoda, 1953 
Ressler, Miss Ruth, 1953 
Richards, Rev. & Mrs. Joe, 

1954 



1951 






Gunther, Miss Rubena, 1950 
Krause, Rev. & Mrs. Sam 

H., 1953 
Wiens, Rev. & Mrs. Ronal 

M., 1951 
Wiens, Miss Ruth, 1950 



. 



Board of Missions of the 
Methodist Church (MC) 
(See 1BG) 



Mennonite Central Com- 
mittee (MCC) 

Fast, Miss Alice, 1950 
Wingert, Mr. & Mrs. 
Norman A., 1953 

Mission Covenant Church 
of Sweden (MCCS) (See 
SMJ) 



Mennonite Brethren Mis- 

sion (MB) 

Balzer, Rev. & Mrs. David, j 

1954 
Bartel, Rev. & Mrs. | 

Jonathan, 1952 
Friesen, Rev, & Mrs, Harry, i 



Mino Mission (MM) 

Miller, Miss Erma L., 1926 
Smith, Miss D. Jane, 1947 
Whewell, Miss Elizabeth A., 
1928 



Missionary Society of the 
Church of England in 
Canada (MSCC) 

Benns, Miss Ceilia A, 1949 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



225 



Clench, Miss Marguerite, 

1923 
Fletcher, Miss Shirley M. 

1952 
Foerstel, Miss Marie, 1927 
Hamilton, Miss Florence, 1914 
Harris, Miss Mary C, 1952 
Hawkins, Miss Frances B., 

1920 
Horobin, Miss Harriet M., 

1923 
McSherry, Rev. & Mrs. H.J., 

1949 
Miller, Miss Jessie M., 1934 



On Furlough. 
Start, Dr. & Mrs. R. K., 1930 

Lutheran Church-Mis- 

souri Synod (MSL) 

Auw, Rev. & Mrs. Hugh C. 

Jr., 1951 
Bergt, Rev. & Mrs. Elmer 

J., 1951 
Carow, Rev. & Mrs. Albert, 

1953 
Danker, Rev. & Mrs. W.J., 

1948 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. 

Linwood, 1954 



Mutch, Rev. & Mrs. Bruce, | Egolf> Rey & Mrs Ralph 

1948 



1955 

Powell, Miss Lilias, 1934 
Powles, Rev. & Mrs. C. H., 

1949 
Powles, Rt. Rev. & Mrs. 

P. S.G. 1916 
Purser, Miss Constance M., 

1951 
Robinson, Miss Hilda M., 

1912 
Savary, Rev. & Mrs. R. N., 

1937 
Sheppard, Miss Alison, 1952 
Smith, Rev. Norman, 1951 



Fromm, Rev. & Mrs. Elwood 

P. 1953 
Glock, Rev. & Mrs Delmar, 

J-, 1951 
Hass, Rev. & Mrs Leroy, 

1948 
Heerboth, Rev & Mrs. Paul 

M., 1949 
Hintz, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard, 1953 
Jastram, Rev. & Mrs 

Robert, 1953 
Kreyling, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 



226 



DIRECTORIES 



1949 
Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 

1949 
Pallmeyer, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 

1951 
Phipps, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph, 

1954 
Poetter, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard, 1950 
Popp, Rev. & Mrs. Milton, 

1951 
Shibata, Rev. & Mrs. 

George, 1949 
Strege, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 

1949 
Tewes, Mr. & Mrs. E.H. 1951 
Theiss, Dr. & Mrs. Otto H., 

1952 
Zschiegner, Rev. & Mrs. 

Max, 1950 
Zwintscher, Rev. & Mrs. 

Victor, 1949 




Lechner, Miss Lois, 1953 
Miller, Miss Florence M., 

1951 
Rhoads, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

1952 
Sukut, Mr. & Mrs. Walter, 

1953 

Norwegian Evangelical 

Orient Mission (NEOM) 
Andaas, Mr. & Mrs. Arnfinn, 

1951 
Aslaug, Miss Brustad 
Engebretsen, Miss Gudrun, 

1952 
Gaardlos, Miss Ruth, 1951 
Gornitzka, Robert, 1954 
Horgen, Miss Borghild, 1954 
Ingwardo, Haakon, 1951 
Johansen, Miss Inger-Marie. 

1951 
Knutsen, Edvin, 1954 
Knutsen, Miss Astri, 1954 



North American Baptist Kongstein, Mr. & Mrs. 

Frank, 1951 
Kvarme, Miss Asta M., 1951 
Svendsen, Miss Anna, 1951 
Torjesen, Mr. Walborg 



Association (NABA) 
Rankin, Mr. & Mrs. Z. T., 
1951 

North American Baptist 
General Missionary So- 
ciety (NABGMS) 



National Holiness Mis 
sionary Society (NHS) 






MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



227 



Kuba, Rev. & Mrs. David 
A., 1952 

Norwegian Lutheran Mis- 
sion (NLM) 
Boe, Rev. & Mrs. Kaare, 

1949 
Drivstuen, Miss Dagny, 1949 
Eikli, Rev. & Mrs. Gabriel, 

1949 
Finnseth, Rev. Per, 1952 
Foss, Miss Marit, 1951 
Gamlem, Miss Anna, 1949 
Grasmo, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 

1950 
Gronning, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 

1951 
Hoaas, Rev. & Mrs. Anders, 

1950 
Jaabaek, Miss Petra, 1949 
Jossang, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 

1950 
Lundeby, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 

1951 
Nordstrand, Miss Edel, 1952 
Robertstad, Miss Ruth, 1950 
Soheie, Miss Anna, 1949 
Sorhus, Rev. & Mrs. Magnus, 

1954 



The Norwegian Mission 

Alliance (NMA) 
Hannestad, Mrs. Bertha 
Melaaen, Mr. & Mrs. Erling 
Norland, Mr. & Mrs. 

Bernhard 
Odden, Miss Guri 
Vereide, Mr. and Mrs. 

Abraham 
Vereide, Miss Aslaug 
Winsnes, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel 

Norwegian Missionary 

Society (NMS) 
Alve, Rev. & Mrs. Bjorn, 

1950 
Angebretsen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Ernst, 1953 
Backer, Miss Ingrid, 1951 
Holthe, Miss Ragna, 1952 
Kjollesdal, Rev. & Mrs. 

Steinar, 1950 
Nordbo, Rev. & Mrs. Anund, 

1953 
Salomonsen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leif, 1953 
Sandvik, Rev. & Mrs. 

Trygve, 1952 
Tjelle, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 



228 



DIRECTORIES 



1952 



New Tribes Mission 

(NTM) 
Beach, Mrs. Vernus, 1954 
Broman, Rev. David, 1950 
Broman, Rev. Paul, 1950 
Broman, Mr. Philip, 1954 
Caley, Miss Rhelinda, 1953 
Carter, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 

1950 
Crawford, Mr. & Mrs. Coy, 

1951 
Fanger, Rev. & Mrs. Clifford, 

1954 
Fanger, Mr. Richard, 1951 
Goto, Mr. John, 1950 
Jackson, Mr. William, 1954 
Kenney, Miss Pearl, 1953 
Koop, Miss Mary, 1954 
Leiyn, Miss Jennie, 1950 
Leonard, Rev. & Mrs. 

Clifford E., 1954 
Low, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

1952 
Martin, Rev. & Mrs, 

Edward, 1950 
McPhail, Rev. & Mrs. John 

L., 1950 
Meyer, Miss Hildegard, 1950 



Murch, Miss Barbara, 1951 
Phibbs, Rev. & Mrs. Don 

1952 
Spoor, Mr. & Leroy, 1951 
Stanley, Miss Ethel, 1950 
Todd, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence, 

1950 
Tomono, Mr. Teruo, 1950 
Townsend, Mr. Louis, 1951 
Troyer, Rev. & Mrs. David, 

1953 
Wood, Miss Joan, 1951 
Yakel, Miss Ella, 1951 

The Omi Brotherhood 

Foundation (OB) 
Hitotsuyanagi, Dr. Merrell 

Vories 
Murata, Mr. Koichiro 

Open Bible Standard 
Churches, Inc. (OBSC) 

Collins, Rev. & Mrs. Jacob 
F., 1950 

Karnes, Rev. Edward C, 

Rounds, Rev. & Mrs. Philard 
L., 1950 



> 



Overseas Missionary Fel- 
lowship of the China 
Inland Mission (OMF) 






MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



229 



Abrahams, Mr. & Mrs. D. 

J., 1952 
Bahler, Miss M., 1952 
Barber, Miss D. E., 1955 
Batch, Miss E. F. M., 1954 
Brown, Miss T.J., 1953 
Campbell, Mr. J. J., 1955 
Cornelius, Miss D. C. 1951 
Edwards, Miss L. B., 1953 
Fisher, Mr. & Mrs, H. E., 

1951 
Flowers, Miss E. M., 1952 
Fredlund, Miss M. M., 1952 
Friesen, Miss A., 1954 
Glass, Miss E. M., 1951 
Hall, Miss L. L., 1952 
Hallgren, Mr. & Mrs. B. R., 

1953 
Harvey, Miss H. S., 1951 
Hayman, Mr. D. E., 1952 
Hogben, Dr. M. M., 1952 
Johnston, Rev. & Mrs. V. 

W., 1955 
Kelly, Miss D. I., 1955 
Kennedy, Mr. &M rs. A. R., 

1952 
Kluttz, Mr. R., 1954 
Little, Mr. & Mrs. L. N., 

1953 



Mass, Miss M. A. 1951, 
Metcalf, Mr. S. A., 1952 
Miller, Miss M. E., 1954 
Milner, Miss M. 1953 
Morris, Mr. & Mrs. D., 1952 
Ormiston, Dr. R. I., 1952 
Pape, Rev. & Mrs. W. H., 

1952 
Reynolds, Mr. & Mrs. A.T.F., 

1952 
Robinson, Miss E., 1955 
, Searle, Mr. & Mrs. W. G., 
1951 
Singleton, Miss E. M,, 1951 
! Street, Mr. & Mrs. L. A., 

1952 
| Thomson, Mr. L. H., 1955 
| Weller, Miss M. E., 1952 
! White, Miss E. R., 1951 
I Wilson, Miss J. S., 1955 
i Wimer, Miss E., 1951, 
Young, Miss R. C, 1952 

Oriental Missionary Soci- 
ety (OMS) 
! Adams, Dr. & Mrs. Roy P., 

1916, 1954 
I Dupree, Mr. Charles, 1953 
| Huey, Mr. Raymond E., 1953 
! Ike, Rev. & Mrs. Lester, 1954 



230 



DIRECTORIES 



Jones, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph, 

1954 
Kempton, Mr. Charles, 1953 
Ncff, Mr. Dale R., 1953 
Schultz, Helmut, 1953 
Shelton, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, 

1953 
Wildermuth, Rev. & Mrs., 

Wesley, 1952 



Orebro Missionary Soci- 
ety of Sweden (OMSS) 

(See SMJ) 

Orthodox Presbyterian 

Church (OPC) 
Mcllwaine, Rev. & Mrs. R. 

H., 1934 
Uomoto, Rev. & Mrs. George 

Y., 1951 

The Pentecostal Assem- 
blies of Canada (PAC) 

Clements, Rev. & Mrs. Don 
Gingrich, Rev. & Mrs. V. L., 

1954 
Kauffman, Rev, & Mrs. D., 

1951 
Kroeker, Miss Ann, 1950 
Latta, Miss Jean, 1950 



Pentecostal Assemblies of 

World (PAW) 
McCuje, Mr. & Mrs. H. L. 

1951 



Mission of the Presbyti 
rian Church in Canada 
to the Koreans in Japan 

(PCCMKJ) 
Powell, Rev. Donald H., 1952 
Powell, Dr. Marion G., 1952 
Rumball, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

E.P., 



Philadelphia Church Mis- 
sion (PCM) 

Arnesen, Rev. Jacob, 1954 
Borge, Rev. Peter, 1953 
Hestekind, Rev. Harold N., 
1948 

Protestant Episcopal 

Church the National 
Council (PEC) 

Bitsberger, Rev. Donald E., 

1954 
Booth, Miss Ellen E., 1951 
Branstad, Mr. Karl E., 1947 
Budd, Mr. Henry F., 1949 
Coleman, Rev. Robert H., 

1951 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



231 



Graighill, Rev. Lloyd R. Jr., 

1951 
Draper, Rev. William F., 1953 
Eddy, Rev. William D., 1950 
Falck, Miss Elizabeth H., 1951 
Fowler, Mr. J. Earl, 1953 
Gardiner, Miss Ernestine W., 

1947 
Heim, Rev. Kenneth E., 1953 
Kaasa, Mr. Thomas H., 1951 
Leeman, Rev. Judson S., 1950 
Lehman, Mr. Gene, 1954 
Lloyd, Rev. John J., 1947 
McKim, Miss Nellie 
Merritt, Rev. Richard A., 

1954 
Morley, Rev. Christopher Jr., 

1951 
Nishi, Rev. Shunji F., 1951 
Oglesby, Mrs. Angela M., 

1949 
Parsons, Rev. William B. Jr., 

1951 
Perry, Mr. Charles E., 1951 
Pond, Miss Helen M., 1949 
Rhodes, Rev. Errol F. W., 

1951 
Richards, Rev. Earnest D., 
1947 



Sano, Miss Alice Y., 1954 
Smith, Rev. Robert M., 1951 
Spencer, Miss Gladys G. 
Stout, Miss Dorothy J., 1950 
Sumners, Miss Gertrude, 1953 
Tucker, Rev. Beverley D., 

1953 
Weitzel, Rev. William, 1954 
White, Miss Sarah G., 1948 
Williamson, Rev. Wayne B., 

1954 
Wood, Mr. Edwin R., 1953 
Whybray, Rev. Roger., 1951 



The Board of Foreign 
Missions of the Presby- 
terian Church U. S. A. 

(PN) (See IBC) 

Pacific Orient Broadcast- 
ing Company (POBC) 
Ando, Kiichi-FDK 
Bell, Mr. Ralph E., 1951— 
TEAM 
| Hatori, Akira— TEAM 
i Holritz, Bernard, 1950— 

TEAM 
I Seely, Arthur J., 1951 — 

TEAM 
I Shaw, Bernard N., 1950 — 



232 

FEGC 



DIRECTORIES 



Presbyterian Church in 

the United States (South- 
ern) (PS) 
Archibald, Miss Margaret, ; 

1928 
Baldwin, Rev. & Mrs. Walter 

P., 1950 
Barksdale, Rev. & Mrs. John 

O., 1951 
Blake, Miss Mary Elizabeth, 

1952 
Bridgman, Mr. & Mrs. John 

F„ 1954 
Borchert, Rev. & Mrs. | 

Harold, 1928 
Boyle, Rev. & Mrs. W. P., ! 

1949 
Brady, Mr. & Mrs. John H., 

1950, 1949 
Brown, Dr. & Mrs. Frank 

A. Jr., 1949 
Buchanan, Miss Elizabeth 

O., 1914 
Buckland, Miss Ruth, 1924 
Bush, Dr. & Mrs. Ovid B., 

1953 
Cain, Rev. Benson, 1953 
Cogswell, Rev. & Mrs. James 



A., 1949 
Connell, Miss Juanita, 1952 
Currell, Miss Susan Mc D., 

1921 
Fultz, Miss Catherine, 1951 
Gunn, Miss Coline, 1950 
Haraughty, Miss Mary, 1950 
Heizer, Miss Jo Anne, 1952 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. Lewis 

H. Jr., 1952 
McAlpine, Rev. & Mrs. 

James A., 1935 
McCall, Rev. & Mrs. Don, 

1952, 1949 
Mcllwaine, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

A., 1919, 1939 
McLauchlin, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wilfred C. 1949 
McNeill, Miss Elizabeth, 1950 
Magruder, Rev. & Mrs. 

James T., 1952, 1953 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Guy 

S., 1953 
Mitchell, Rev. Irvine G., 1949 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Lardner 

C., 1954 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Lardner 

W., 1924 
Peterson, Rev. & Mrs. Lyle 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



233 



W., 1949 
Ryburn, Miss Jean, 1953 
Smythe, Mrs. L. G. M., 1916 
Stewart, Miss Betty, 1953 
Swenson, Miss Nell, 1954 
Taylor, Rev. & Mrs. Arch 

B. Jr., 1950 



Presbyterian Church, U.S. 
(Korea Branch) (PS-KB) 

Talmage, Rev. & Mrs. 
John E., 1953 (see PCC- 
MKJ) 

Pocket Testament League 

(PTL) 
Befus, Mr. & Mrs. Samel 



Reformed Church in 
America (RCA) (See IBC) 



Reformed Presbyterian 

Church in N. A. (RPM) 
Adams, Miss Mary, 1950 
Boyle, Rev. & Mrs. Samuell 

E., 1950 
Chao, Mr. Charles H., 1951 
Hansen, Mr. & Mrs. David 

D., 1953 
Huston, Miss Rose A., 1950 
Lynn, Miss Orlena, 1950 



The Salvation Army (SA) 

Harewood, Captain Elwyn 

G., 1953 
Long, Brigadier & Mrs. 

Arthur C, 1951 
Phillips, Snr.-Major Dorothy 

D., 1949 

Swiss Alliance Japan Mis- 
sion (SAJM) 
Schar, Mr. & Mrs. Paul 1953 



Swedish Alliance Mission 

(SAM) (See SMJ) 



Southern Baptist Mis- 
sionaries in Japan (SBC) 

Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Curtis 

D., 1949 
Barlow, Miss Hannah, 1951 
Bradshaw, Rev. & Mrs. 

Melvin J., 1950 
Calcote, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph 

V., 1951 
Callaway, Rev. & Mrs. 

Tucker N., 1950 
Campbell, Miss Vera, 1950 
Clark, Dr. & Mrs. C. F. 1953 
Clarke, Rev. & Mrs. Cole 

man D., 1945 
Connely, Dr. & Mrs. Frank 



234 



DIRECTORIES 



H., 1952 



Highfill, Miss Virginia, 1950 



Copeland, Dr. & Mrs. j Hollaway, Rev. & Mrs 



Luther, 1948 



Ernest Lee, 1949 



Culpepper, Dr. & Mrs. R. : Hoover, Miss Annie, 1949 






H., 1950 
Dozier, Mrs. C.K. (emeritus), 

1906 
Emanuel, Rev. & Mrs. B. P., 

1950 
Fielder, Rev. & Mrs. Gerald, 

1954 
Fontnote, Dr. Audrey, 1952 
Garrott, Dr. & Mrs. W. M., 

1934 
Gillespie, Rev. & Mrs. AL.,. 

1946 
Glass, Miss Lois, 1950, 
Grant, Rev. & Mrs. Worth 

C., 1950 
Graves, Miss Alma, 1936 
Gullatt, Rev. & Mrs. Tom 

D., 1950 
Hagood, Dr. Martha, 1953 
Dozier, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin 

B., 1933 
Halvarson, Rev. & Mrs. Carl 

M., 1952 



Horton, Miss Frances, 1952 
Horton, Rev. & Mrs. Fred 

M., 1950 
Hoshizaki, Rev. & Mrs. Reiji, 

1949 
Howard, Rev. & Mrs. S. P. 

Jr., 1949 
Hudson, Miss Lenora, 1949 
Jackson, Rev. & Mrs. W. H., 

1951 
Knox, Miss Martha, 1950 
Lancaster, Miss Cecile, 1920 
Lane, Miss Dottie, 1951 
Limbert, Miss Mary, 1950 
Massengill, Miss Mary Lou, 

1954 
McMillan, Rev. & Mrs. 

Virgil O., 1952 
Medling, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

R., 1946 
Miller, Miss Floryne, 1939 
Moorhead, Rev. & Mrs. M. 

F., 1946 



Hays, Dr. & Mrs. George j Morgan, Miss Mary Neal, 
H., 1948 1950 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



235 



Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Loyce Wood, Rev. & Mrs. James 



N., 1950 



E., 1948 



Oliver, Rev. & Mrs. Ed E., Wright, Rev. & Mrs. Morris 



1950 
Parker, Rev. & Mrs. Calvin, 

1951 
Satterwhite, Dr. & Mrs. J. 

P., 1952 
Shepard, Rev. & Mrs. John 

W., 1948 



J., 1950 






Swedish Baptist Mission 

(SBM) (See SMJ) 



South China Boat Mission 

(SCBM) 
Combs, Miss Marion, 1950 
Sherer, Rev. & Mrs. R. C, Dawson, Rev. Douglas, 1950 



1948 
Shiver, Miss Mavis, 1953 
Smith, Miss Lucy E., 1951, 
Spence, Rev. & Mrs. R. M., 

1948 
Spencer, Rev. & Mrs. A. E., I Japan Unfon y^m of 

Seventh-day Adventists 

Stokes, Miss Lucy Belle, 1949 j (SDA) 

Talley, Miss Frances, 1946 ! Aaby, Mr. & Mrs. Ogden L., 



Dillard, Miss Mary, 1950 
Gizzi, Rev. & Mrs. Vincent, 

1951 
Hovey, Miss Marian, 1951 
Kolbenson, Miss Bertha, 1950 



Todd. Miss Pearl, 1950 
Walker, Rev. & Mrs. W. L., 

1949 
Watkins, Miss Elizabeth, 

1929, 
Watson, Rev. & Mrs. Leslie, 

1950 
Whaley, Rev. & Mrs. Charles, 

1949-Rev., 1950-Mrs. 



1953 
Bird, Mr. & Mrs. M. C. 1954 
Bruce, Mr. & Mrs. G.O. 1954 
Blincoe, Rev. & Mrs. Thomas 

H., 1953, 
Clark, Rev. & Mrs. W. T., 

1950 
Eldridge, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

H., 1937 



236 



DIRECTORIES 




Garner, Miss Verna Mae 
Hamlin, Rev. & Mrs. Eugene 

A., 1954 
Hilliard, Elder & Mrs. 

Warren I. 
Irvine, Miss Bessie E., 1952 
Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. E. E., j 

1948 
Ludden, Mr. & Mrs. Hartley 

B., 1948 

Millard, Rev. & Mrs. Francis j 

R., 1929 
- 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. 

Raymond S., 1951 



Swiss East Asia Mission 

(SEAM) 
Kohler, Rev. & Mrs. Werner, 

1954 
Schwersenz, Dr. & Mr: 

Gerhard, 1949 



Swedish Missions 
Japan (SMJ) 




Swedish Evangelical Mis- 
sion in Japan (SEMJ) — 
SMJ 

Almefors, Rev. & Mrs. Eric 

W., 1951 
Munroe, Miss Ruth M., 1952 j Bohlin> Rev & Mrs A 



Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Andrew 

N., 1918 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

W., 1950 
Sager, Rev. & Mrs. Jack., I j on8Son> M iss Sigrid, 1953 

1950 
Syphers, Dr. & Mrs. C. Irwin, 

1949 



Edvin, 1951 
Eriksson, Rev. & Mrs. E. 

Paul, 1951 
Hellberg, Miss Gullbritt, 1952 



! Persson, Rev. & Mrs. Folke 

1951 
i Stark, Miss Kerstin, 1955 
Van Dolson, Rev. & Mrs. Thorsell) Miss Anna-Lisa, 

Leo R., 1951 1951 

Webber, Dr. & Mrs. Alfred 

B., 1951 
Woods, Dr. & Mrs. Neal C. 
Jr., 1952 



Independent (IND)— SMJ 

Silfwerbrand, Rev. Carl G. 
O., 1950 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



237 



Mission Covenant Church 

of Sweden (MCCS)-SMJ 
Akerberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Hennig, 1949 
Arvefjord, Rev. & Mrs. S., 

1952 
Bringerud, Rev. & Mrs. G., 

1951 
Kristiansson, Rev. & Mrs. 

G., 1952 
Rojas, Rev. & Mrs. J., 1949 
Skold, Dr. & Mrs. Sam, 1950 
Tubbin, Rev. & Mrs., 1951 
Wennborg, Mrs. Ingeborg, 

1951 

Swedish Baptist Mission 

(SBM)-SMJ 
Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Martin, 

1952 
Rinell, Rev. & Mrs. Egron, 

1950 

Orebro Missionary Society 
of Sweden (OMSS)-SMJ 

Eriksson, Miss Linnea, 1951 

Hoffner, Rev. & Mrs. Karl, 
1952 

Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Helge, 
1949 



Pettersson, Miss Anna, 1953 
Sandberg, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 

1951 
Skoog, Miss Maj-Britt, 1954 
Sundberg, Rev. & Mrs. Fred. 

A., 1952 
Thoern, Miss Inez, 1951 

The Swedish Alliance 
Mission in Japan (S AM J) 

-SMJ 
Andersson, Miss Thali, 1951 
Frandell, Rev. & Mrs. Karl, 

1950 
Linden, Rev. and Mrs. Arne, 

1950 
Loenander, Rev. & Mrs. 

Aake, 1951 
Malmvall, Rev. & Mrs. 

Philip, 1951 
Simeonsson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Josef, 1950 
Svensson, Miss Ester, 1950 
Vist, Miss Ingrid, 1953 
Wiberg, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 

1951 



Swedish Evangelical Ori- 
ent Mission (SEOM)— 
SMJ 



238 



DIRECTORIES 



Aspberg, Mrs. Ingrid, 1950 
Cederholm, Miss Margit, 1950 
Engver, Miss Maria, 1951 
Ershammar, Rev. & Mrs. 

Selfrid, 1950 
Goes, Rev. & Mrs. Gosta, 

1954 
Haglund, Rev. & Mrs. Ake, 

1950 
Lyreskog, Rev. & Mrs. Thore, 

1953 
Nilsson, Miss Ella, 1950 
Soderberg, Miss Ida, 1951 



H., 1950 
Lind, Rev. & Mrs. Ingemar, 

1952 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Alfred, 

1953 
Olofsson, Miss Birgit, 1953 
Olofsson, Miss Eva, 1950 
Wilhelmsson, Miss Thyra, 

1955 



Swedish Free Mission , 
of the Pentecostal Chur- 
ches of Sweden (SFM)- ! 

SMJ 
Andersson, Rev. & Mrs. j Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 



Swedish Holiness Mis- 
sion (SHM)-SMJ 

Andersson, Miss Martha, 
1952 

Hjaertstroem, Rev. & Mrs. 
Arnold, 1954 

Brynte, Rev. & Mrs. Torsten, 
1951 



Evert, 1951 
Axelson, Miss Alva, 1951 
Axelsson, Rev. & Mrs Goesta, 

1951 
Bergeld, Miss Sofia, 1953 
Chrisander, Miss Margareta, 

1953 
Eriksson, Miss Astrid, 1953 
Genberg, Miss Frida, 1951 
Joerneman, Miss Brita, 1951 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. John. 



1951 
Svensson, Rev. Birger, 1955 

Swedish Evangelical Ori- 
ental Mission (SEOM) 

(See SMJ) 



Swedish Free Mission 

(SFM) (See SMJ) 



Swedish Holiness Mission 

(SHM) (See SMJ) 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



239 



Society for Propagation of 

Gospel (SPG) 
Chandler, Miss M. F. 
Christopher, Rev. & Mrs. 

R. C. 
Grossjean, Miss V. C. 
Hailstone, Miss M. E. 
Shepherd, Miss K. M. 
Trott, Miss D. E. 
Whybray, Rev. R. N. 
Wilkinson, Miss M. 
Wyatt, Miss C.E.M. 

The Society of St. John the 
Evangelist (SSJE) (Nippon 
Sei Ko Kai) 
Dale, Rev., Oliver B., 1940 
Viall, Rt. Rev. Kenneth A., 
1935 

Suomi Synod Mission 

(SSM) 
Aho, Miss lima Ruth, 1953 
Elson, Rev. & Mrs. Wilho, 

1950 
Lund, Rev. Norman, 1951 
Makkonen, Miss Sarah, 1950 

The Evangelistic Alliance 

Mission (TEAM) 
Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Warren, 



1949 
Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Willis, 

1950 
Allen, Mr. & Mrs. Phillip, 

1953 
Archer, Mr. & Mrs. Sam, 

1952 
Bears, Miss Kathleen, 1949 
Beasley, Mr. & Mrs. James, 

1951 
Becker, Mr. & Mrs. Delmar, 

1947 
Bennett, Mr. & Mrs. Dwight, 

1950 
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 1951 
Bishop, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 

1952 
Brannen, Mr. & Mrs. 

Theodore, 1954 
Browning, Mr. & Mrs. Neal, 

1954 
Buss, Mr. Bernhard, 1948 
Carlson, Mr. & Mrs. Chester, 

1949 
Carrico, Mr. & Mrs. Willis, 

1950 
Chamberlain, Miss Dorothy, 

1949 
Chamberlain, Miss Phyllis, 



240 



DIRECTORIES 




1950 
Clark, Miss Thelma, 1950 
Courtney, Mrs. Richard, 1952 
Cox, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 

1953 
Dale, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel, 

1952 
Dales, Miss Laura, 1949, 
Dean, Miss Barbara, 1950 
DeCamp, Miss Grace, 1947 



Good, Dr. & Mrs. Harold, 

1949 
Goss, Mr. & Mrs. Donn, 1949 
Harms, Mr. & Mrs. William, 

1950 
Hegge, Mr. & Mrs. Myron, 
1950 

: Hindal, Miss Hope, 1949 
[ Hoke, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 
1952 



Degelman, Mr. & Mrs. O. Holritz, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard. 



R., 1947 



1950 



DeLong, Miss Lelah, 1949 
Eagle, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 

1950 
Euler, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 

1951 
Fadel, Mr. & Mrs. Allen, 

1951 
Finrow, Miss Patricia, 1951 
Finsaas, Miss Lila, 1954 



Degerman, Miss Bessie, 1954 j Henry, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, 

1951 
Illingworth, Mr. & Mrs. 

Wallace, 1952 
James, Mr. & Mrs. William, 

1951 
Jarvis, Dr. & Mrs. Fred, 1953 
Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald, 

1949 
Joseph, Mr. Kenny, 1951 



Fisch, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin, j Jensen, Mr. & Mrs. Roy, 1953 



1951 
Forsberg, Miss Ruth, 1947 



Junker, Mr. Calvin, 1954 
Karlson, Miss Florence, 1950 



Frens, Mr. & Mrs. James, Klassen, Miss Bernice, 1952 



1950 
Gallegar, Miss Arlie, 1954 
Goertzen, Miss Delna, 1951 



Kuehl, Mr. & Mrs. Delbert, 

1951 
Lant, Miss Mary Jo. 1947 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



241 



Larlee, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, Mueller, Mr. & Mrs. 



1950 



Robert, 1951 



Laug, Mr. & Mrs. George, Nader, Miss Esther, 1951 
1948 ' Nelson, Miss Anna, 1954 

Lautz, Mr. & Mrs. William, Nelson, Mr. & Mrs. Don, 



1951 



1951 



Lindsay, Miss Mabel, 1954 | Netland, Mr. & Mrs. Anton. 



Lingle, Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur, 

1954 
Long, Miss Beatrice, 1951 
Martin, Mr. & Mrs. David, 

1951 
Magnusson, Mr. Hans, 1950 



1952 
Noe, Miss Lorraine, 1954 
Norton, Mr. & Mrs. James, 

1952 
Notehelfer, Mr. & Mrs. J. 

Karl, 1950, 1934 



Maxwell, Miss Patricia, 1954 Parker, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

May, Mrs. Frances, 1952 1952 

McAlpine, Mr. & Mrs. j Petersen, Mr. & Mrs. Lyle, 



Donald, 1950 



1951 



McCall, Mr. & Mrs. Loren, Phillips, Mr. & Mrs. George, 



1954 



1951 



McDaniel, Mr. & Mrs. Pinckney, Miss Ruth, 1948 



Chalmers, 1951 
McVety, Mr. & Mrs. 
Kenneth, 1949 



Powell, Mr. & Mrs. William, 

1948 
Reece, Mr. Taylor, 1952 



Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Abram, Reid, Mr. & Mrs. John, 1953 

Sapsford, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie, 

1953 
Sarjeant, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

1951 
Schone, Mr. & Mrs. John, 



1952 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Keith, 

1952 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. 

Thomas, 1949 



242 



DIRECTORIES 



1950 
Schwab, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

1948 
Seely, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur, 

1950 
Sevland, Miss Eva, 1937 
Shattuck, Miss Betty, 1949 
Shorey, Mr. & Mrs. William, 

1952 
Smith, Miss Genevieve, 1948 
Smith, Miss Ruth, 1949 
Springer, Mr. & Mrs. Victor, 

1949 
Stellwagon, Mr. Russell, 1951 
Stermer, Miss Dorothy, 1951 
Strom, Mr. & Mrs. Verner, 

1951 
Swift, Miss Mildred, 1950 
Thornton, Mr. & Mrs. 

William, 1954 
Utterback, Miss Elsie Jean, 

1949 
Vogt, Miss Verna, 1952 
Waldin, Miss Margaret, 1951 
Walter, Mr. & Mrs. Donald 

A., 1949 
Walters, Mr. & Mrs. Russell, 

1951 
Watson, Mr. & Mrs. Tom, 



1951 
White, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd, 

1952 
Winters, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald, 

1952 
Yunker, Mr. & Mrs. 1953 
Zerbe, Mr. & Mrs. Ben, 1950 

The Navigators (TN) 

Bostrom, Geroge E., 1951 
Crabtree, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

1953 
Hughes, Miss Mabel, 1953 
Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. Roy, 

1950 
Scott, Mr. Richard, 1952 



Universal Missions In- 
corporated (UMI) 
Price, Rev. Jewel, 1950 
Twilleager, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wm, 1954 



The United Church of 
Canada (UCG) (See IBC) 

United Christian Mission- 
ary Society (UCMS) 

(See IBC) 

United Lutheran Church 
in America (ULCA) 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



2*43 



Aderholdt, Miss Virginia D., 

1936 
Akard, Miss Martha B., 1914 
Alsdof, Rev. & Mrs. Howard 

A., 1938 
Anspach, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 

Parker Jr., 1950 
Auxt, Miss Dorothy J., 1951 
Barnhart, Miss Esther, 1951 
Billow, Rev. & Mrs. William, 

1954 
Dawkins, Rev. & Mrs. 

Charles, 1954 
Deal, Rev. & Mrs. Harold 

G., 1948 
Durboraw, Miss Esther, 1952 
Ellis, Rev. Andrew B., 1951 
Feil, Rev. Paul, 1954 
Harder, Miss Helene PL, 1927 
Hoh, Rev. David, 1955 
Huddle, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

B., 1940 
Huddle, Miss Elizabeth, 1951 
Johnsen, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 

C, 1952, 
Koch, Rev. and Mrs. Dennis, 

1952 
Kundten, Dr. & Mrs. Arthur 

C, 1920 



L'Heuruex, Rev. & Mrs. 

Louis, 1952 
MacMurphey, Mr. Charles, 

1954 
Mattson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Walter, 1953 
McCartney, Mr. & Mrs. 

Sedoris, 1948 
Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. Alex- 
ander, 1951 
Meynardie, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robert E., 1951 
Miller, Miss Marjorie M,, 

1951 
Neve, Rev. & Mrs. Lloyd R., 

1948 
Nuding, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman H., 1951 
Powlas, Miss Annie, 1919 
Powlas, Miss Maud, 1918 
Rasmussen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Peter, 1954 
Scherer, Rev. & Mrs. James, 

1952 
Wentz, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin 

C, 1951 
Winther, Miss Maya, 1928 
Zuch, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 

1954 



244 



DIRECTORIES 




World Evangelism Cru- 
sade (WEC) 

Cameron, Miss Moira, 1954 

Davis, Miss Carnella, 1951 

Fulton, Mr. & Mrs. Lon, 
1950 

Gerry, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 
1951 

Harris, Miss Esma, 1953 

Holt, Miss Isabel, 1951 1951 

James, Mr. & Mrs. Max, j Berner, Miss Marianne, 1952 



Wolverton, Miss Helen, 1951 

Watch Tower Bible & 
Tract Society (WT) 

Asayama, Miss Asano, 1954 
Bagnall, Miss Grace, 1950, 
Barry, Mr. & Mrs. W. Lloyd, 

1949 
Beavor, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas, 



1951 
Little, Mr. John, 1954 
Masson, Mr. Jack, 1951 
Roberts, Mr. Geoff, 1952 
Roundhill, Mr. Kenneth, 1951 
Sulley, Miss Winifred, 1951 
Sunde, Mr. and Mrs. Ken, 

1954 
Turnbull, Mr. Ian, 1952 
Zastrow, Miss Violet, 1952 

The American Wesleyan 
Mission in Japan (WM) 

Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Harold 

1., 1952, 
Wolfe, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

Gordon, 1949 

Washburn Pentecostal 

Church (WPC) 



Bidmeade, Miss Joyce, 1951 
Counts, Mr. & Mrs. W. A., 

1950 
Dearn, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon 

A., 1951 
Dyer, Miss Lois, 1950 
Fukase, Mr. Tsutomu, 1954 
Brandt, Miss Inger Maj-Britt, 

1954, 1954 
Green, Mr. & Mrs. David, 

1952 
Gregory, Miss Gladys, 1950 
Hanaoka, Mr. Kameichi, 1951 
Haslett, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 

1948 
Heron, Miss Alice Marion, 

1950 
Hollingworth, Miss Ha, 195: 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



2*5 



Hyde, Miss Audrey, 1952 
Hyde, Miss Jean, 1951 
Iszlaub, Mr. & Mrs. Percy, 

1949 
Keltie, Mrs. Thelma, 1951 
Lean, Miss Ruby, 1951 
Manso, Miss Florence, 1950 
Marsh, Miss Edna, 1951 
McDonald, Mr. Dennis, 1952 
McLean, Mr. Ralph Stanley, 

1951 
Mihara, Miss Hana, 1950 
Miller, Miss Norrine, 1950 
Nako, Miss Adeline, 1953 
Painton, Miss Margaret, 1951 
Park, Miss Evalyn, 1953 
Pettitt, Mr. Leon, 1951 
Percival, Mr. & Mrs. McKay, 

1953 
Prudehl, Miss Erika, 1953 
Samson, Miss Lillian, 1953 
Searle, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce, 

1951 
Tanigawa, Miss Elsie, 1949 
Taylor, Miss Beth, 1952 
Tohara, Mr. & Mrs. Shi- 

nichi, 1949 
Toma, Mr. & Mrs. Shintaro 



J., 1949 
! Wilde, Miss Denise, 1951 
j Wilde, Miss Idella, 1952 
| Wilkes, Mr. & Mrs. John 
1952 
Wintelcr, Miss Lena, 1951 

Woman's Union Mission- 
ary Society of America 

(WUMS) 
; Aldridge, Miss Ruth, 1952 
. Ballantyne, Miss Mary, 1936 
King, Mrs. Peggy, 1952 
Marsh, Miss Lois, 1954 



Japan Youth For Christ 

(YFC) 
I Cryderman, Rev. Dale 
| lkenouye, Mr. Iwao 
■ Jamieson, Rev. Norman 
! Lafe, Rev. Ghet 
| Mills, Rev. Ed 
I Wolgemuth, Rev. Samuel 

j Young Men's Christian 
Association (YMCA) 
Buckley, Mr. & Mrs. Earle 

R., 1952 
Long, Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop 
A., 1951 



LIST OF MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



AIZU WAKAMATSU SHI 
(Fukushima Ken) 

Martin, Miss Mary,— ACF 
Morris, Miss Kathleen,— 
ACF 

AKASHI SHI (Hyogo Ken) 

Finnseth, Rev. Per,— NLM 
Shepherd, Miss K. M., — 

SPG 
Sorhus, Rev. & Mrs. Mag- 
nus,— NLM 



Beecken, Rev. & Mrs. Her- 
bert J.,— E&R(IBC) 



AMAGASAKI SHI (Hyogo 
Ken) 

Caray, Rev. Frank, — 
ABGFM (IBC) 

ANEGASAKI MACHI (Chi- 
na Ken) 

Kaneshiro, Miss Tomi, — 

FEGC 
Reynolds, Mr. & Mrs. 

A.T. F.-OMF 

ANNAKA MACHI (Gunma 
Ken) 



AOMORI SHI (Aomori 
Ken) 

Barber, Miss D. E.-OMF 
Campell, Mr. J.J.,— OMF 
Fadel, Mr. & Mrs. Allen, 

—TEAM 
Fisher, Mr. & Mrs. H. E., 

—OMF 
Kelly, Miss D. I.,— OMF 
Little, Mr. & Mrs. L.N.,— 

OMF 

Robinson, Miss E.-OMF 
Singleton, Miss E. M., — 

OMF 
Spencer, Miss Gladys G., — 

PEC 
Tomson, Mr. L. H.-OMF 
Wilson, Mias J. S.-OMS 

ARAO SHI (Kumamoto 
Ken) 

Powlas, Miss Mauld,— 
ULCA 



246 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



247 



ASAHIGAWA SHI (Hok- 
kaido) 

Clugston, Rev. & Mrs. 

D. A. -UCC(IBC) 
Jackson, Rev. & Mrs. 

W. H. -SBC 



ASAMA MACHI (Nagano 
Ken) 

Stellwagon, Mr. Russell,— 
TEAM 

ASHIYA SHI (Hyogo Ken) 

Attaway, Mr. & Mrs. Ken- 
neth 

ASHIO MACHI (Tochigi 
Ken) 

Thorp, Miss Dorothy,— 
CJPM 

BEPPU SHI (Oita Ken) 

Burgess, Mr. Osee, — ASC 
Collins, Mr. & Mrs. L. 

Tim,-ASC 
Iwabuchi, Mrs. Dorothy, 

-ASC 
Johnson, Mrs. Margaret,— 

ASC 
Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. C. E., 

-ASC 



Nimura, Miss Blanche,— 

ASC 
Sano, Miss Ellen,— ASC 
Tarr, Miss Alberta,— MC 

(IBC) 
Woollett, Rev. Mrs. John 

F.,-ASC 

BOFU SHI (Yamaguchi 
Ken) 

Tack, Rev. & Mrs. Marvin 
A.,— ALM 



CHIBA SHI (Chiba Ken) 

Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Ray 

D.-BBF 
Barrett, Rev. & Mrs. W.R., 

— EUB(IBC) 
Hodges, Rev. & Mrs. 

Olson— BBF 
Johnsen, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

C.-ULCA 
Mason, Rev. & Mrs. Jack 

R.-BBF 

CHIGASAKI SHI (Kanaga- 
wa Ken) 

Hodges, Miss Olive I., 
(Retired),— MC(IBC) 



248 



DIRECTOR 1 1 ;s 




CHIKUJO GUN (Fukuoka FUJISAWA SHI (Kanagawa 



Ken) 

Moon, Mrs. Inez, 



ASC 



CHOSHI SHI (Chiba Ken) 

Yunker, Mr. & Mrs.,— 
TEAM 

DAISHOOJI MACHI (Ishi- 
kawa Ken) 

Smith, Miss Genevieve, — 

TEAM 
Vogt, Miss Verna,— TEAM 

EBETSU SHI (Hokkaido) 

Rippey, Miss Hazel M.,— 
MC(IBC) 

FUKUYAMA SHI (Hiro- 
shima Ken) 

Dyck, Miss Susan, — CMA 

FUJI MACHI (Shizuoka 
Ken) 

Olson, Rev. & Mrs. Nor- 
man, — ELC 

FUJINOMIYA SHI (Shizu- 
oka Ken) 

Cederholm, Miss Margit, — 

SEOM (SMJ) 
Nilson, Miss Ella,— SEOM 

(SMJ) 



Ken) 

Hume, Miss Doris,— FEGC 
Peters, Miss Dorothy,- 
FEGC 

FUKUI SHI (Fukui Ken) 

Rudolph, Miss Bjorg E.,— 

FCM 
Rudolph, Rev. & Mrs. J. 

W.-FCM 
Torp, Rev. & Mrs. Adge, 

FCM 

FUKUOKA SHI (Fukuoka 
Ken) 

Boyles, Miss Helen,— MC 

(1BC) 
Callaway, Rev. & Mrs 

Tucker N.,— SBC 
Campbell, Miss Vera,— SBC 
Copeland, Dr. (PHD) & 

Mrs. Luther— SBC 
Croskrey, Miss Dorothy E., 

— MC(IBC) 
Culpepper, Dr. (PhD) & 

Mrs. R. H.,— SBC 
Garrott, Dr. (PhD) & Mrs 

W. M.,— SBC 
Glass, Miss Lois,— SBC 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



249 



Graves, Miss Alma,— SBC 
Harder, Miss Helene H.,— 

ULCA 
Hays, Dr. (PhD) & Mrs. 

George H.,— SBC 
Hesselink, Rev. & Mrs. 

John jr., RCA(IBC) 
Howell, Miss Elizabeth, — 

MC(IBC) 
Lind, Miss Jennie S., — MC 

(IBC) 
Marymee, Miss Delores L., 

-MC(IBC) 
McQuie, Miss Ada,— MC 

(IBC) 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. B.C., 

-RCA(IBC) 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

W.-SDA 
Scherer, Rev. & Mrs. James, 

-ULCA 
Shepard, Rev. & Mrs. John 

W.-SBC 
Todd, Miss Pearl— SBC 
Wood, Rev. & Mrs. James 

E.-SBC 



FUKUSHIMA SHI (Fuku- 
shima Ken) 
Bishop, Rev. Dan— BMM 



Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wm.-BMM 
Morano, Miss Thuvia, — 

BMM 
Pfost, Miss Lois,— BMM 
Regier, Miss Evelyn,— 

BMM 

GIFU SHI (Gifu Ken) 

Fletcher, Miss Shirley M., 
MSCC 

Harms, Mr. & Mrs. Wil- 
liam, TEAM 

McAlpine, Rev. & Mrs. 
James A., PA 

Miller, Miss Jessie M., 
MSCC 

GOBO MACHI (Waka- 
yama Ken) 
Funk, Miss Elsie, BGCA 

GOKANOSHO CHO (Shiga 
Ken) 

Cameron, Miss Moira, 

WEC 
Fulton, Mr. & Mrs. Lon, 

WEC 
Masson, Mr. Jack, WEC 
Sulley, Miss Winifred, WEC 
Sunde, Mr. & Mrs. Ken 



250 



DIRECTORIES 



WEG 

Zastrow, Miss Violet, WEC 

GOSEN SHI (Niigata Ken) 

Bauman, Mr. & Mrs. R., — 
JEM 




HAGI MACHI (Yamaguchi 
Ken) 

Willms, Mr. Peter, IND 

HAGIWARA MACHI (Gifu 
Ken) 

Becker, Mr. & Mrs. 
Delmar, TEAM 

HAKODATE SHI (Hok- 
kaido) 

Giles, Miss Sara Rebecca, 

MC(IBC) 
Leith, Miss Isabel, UCG 

(IBC) 
McNaughton, Rev. & Mrs. 

R. E., IND-OEA 
Reed, Miss Gloria J., MC 

(IBC) 
Waldron, Miss Rose, MC 

(IBC) 

HAMAMATSU SHI (Shizu- | 
oka Ken) 



Browne, M., IND 
Carrick, Rev. & Mrs. 

Malcolm R., PN(IBC) 
Grossjean, Miss V.C., SPG 
Gulick, Miss Anna D., ELC 
Ingulsrud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lars, ELC 
Jannsen, Sister Frieda, 

JCGM 
Johnsrud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leroy, ELC 
Klemesrud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Stanely, ELC 
Malmvall, Rev. & Mrs. 

Philip, SAMJ(SMJ) 
Mende, Sister Dora, JCGM 
Poellmitz, Sister Else, 

JCGM 
Simeonsson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Josef, SAMJ(SMJ) 
Vist, Miss Ingrid, SAMJ 

(SMJ) 
Von Haugwitz, Sister 

Irmtrud, JCGM 
Wolff, Sister Hanni, JCGM 

HANDA SHI (Aichi Ken) 

Bergh, Rev. & Mrs. Oliver, 
ELC 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



Vorland, Rev. & Mrs. I 
Gehard, ELC 

HARAMACHI SHI (Fuku- 
shima Ken) 
Brustad, Miss Aslaug B., 

NEOM 
Horgen, Miss Borghild, 

NEOM 
Johansen, Miss Inger-Marie, 

NEOM 



Classen, 
FEGG 



Miss 



351 
Martha, 



HAYAMA CHO (Kana- 
gawa Ken) 

Hasagawa, Mr. & Mrs. 
Taro— ASC 

HIDAKA SHI (Hokkaido) 

Abrahams, Mr. & Mrs. D. 
J.-OMF 



HIKARI SHI (Yamaguchi 
Ken) 

McWilliams, Rev. & Mrs. 
Robert W., MC(IBC) 

HIKONE SHI (Shiga Ken) 

Little, Mr. John, WEC 
Roberts, Mr. Geoff, WEC 

HIMEJI SHI (Hyogo Ken) 

Hampton, Miss Lois,— 

ABFMS 
McLellan, Miss Luella, — 

ABFMS 
Rinell, Rev. & Mrs. Egron, 

— SBM(SMJ) 



HIDAKA MOMBETSU 

(Hokkaido) 

Batch, Miss E.F.M.-OMF 
Hall, Miss L.L.,— OMF 
Harvey, Miss H. S.-OMF 
Morris, Mr. & Mrs. D.,— 
OMF 

HIGASHI-MATSUYAMA 
SHI (Saitama Ken) 

Classen, Miss Ann, FEGC 



HINO CHO (Shiga Ken) 

Turnbull, Mr. Ian, WEC 
HINO MACHI (TOKYO 
TO) 

Matthews, Rev. & Mas. 
Alden E. ABCFM(IBC) 



HIRAISHI MURA (Tochigi 
Ken) 

Colston, Miss Augusta, 
FEGC 

HIROSAKI SHI (Aomori 



252 



DIRECTORIES 



Ken) 

Bascom, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert 

E.-MC(IBC) 
Brittain, Miss Blanche,— 

MC(IBC) 
Byler, Miss Gertrude M.,— 

MC(IBC) 
Edwards, Miss L.B.-OMF 
Fredlund, Miss M.M.,— 

OMF 
Parsons, Miss Maud,— MC 

(IBC) 

HIROSHIMA SHI (Hiro- 
shima Ken) 

Alston, Miss Charlotte,— 

MC(IBC) 
Anderson, Miss Myra P.,— 

MC(IBC) 
Bedell, Miss Mary,— MC 

(IBC) 
Benedict, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 

— ICEF 
Colberg, Miss Lois,— ALM 
Cooper, Miss Lois,— MC 

(IBC) 




Finch, Miss Mary D.,— M 

(IBC) 
Hartman, Miss Doris,— M 

(IBC) 
Jones, Miss Mary,— MC 

(IBC) 
McGarvey, Rev. & Mrs. 

Paul,— CMA 
McMillan, Miss Mary 

MC(IBC) 
McSherry, Rev. H.J.,— 

MSCC 
Yikner, Rev. & Mrs. David 

L.,— ALM 

HITOYOSHI SHI (Kuma- 
moto Ken) 

Oxley, Rev. & Mrs. H. 

Dale— BPM 
Sanderholm, Mr. & Mrs. 

Frank,— ASC 

HOMBETSU CHO (Hok- 
kaido) 

Reber, Rev. & Mrs. Don 
D.,-M 






Cunningham, Rev. & Mrs. HONJO MACHI (Akita 



Robert— ALM 
Doubleday, Miss Stella C, 
-CMS 



Ken) 

Palmer, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph 
T., UCMS(IBC) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



253 



HUGA SHI (Miyazaki Ken) 

Ediger, Mr. & Mrs. Ferd,— 
MM 



Chamberlain, Miss Phyllis, 

TEAM 
Swift, Miss Mildred, 

TEAM 



ICHIKAWA SHI (Chiba ISAHAYA sm (Nagasaki 



Ken) 

Auxt, Miss Dorothy, ULCA 
Powlas, Miss Annie, ULCA 
Vereide, Mr. Abraham, 
Winsnes, Mr. & Mrs. 
Samuel, NMA 



Ken) 

Anspach, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 
Parker Jr., ULCA 

Joyce, Mr. & Mrs. James, 
MC(IBC) 

Thompson, Mr. Lawrence 
H., MC(IBC) 

ISEZAKI SHI (Gumma 
Ken) 

Corwin, Mr. & Mrs. C. M., 
CJPM 
IWAKI SHI (Fukushima 
Ken) 
Knutsen, Mr. Edvin, 

NEOM 
Kongstein, Mr. & Mrs. 
Frank, NEOM 
1KOMA CHO (Nara Ken) IWATA SHI (Shizuoka 



ICHINOMIYA-SHI (Aichi 
Ken) 

Illingworth, Mr. & Mrs. 
Wallace, TEAM 

IKEDA SHI (Osaka Fu) 

Balzer, Rev. & Mrs. David, 

MB 
Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 

MB 
Wiens, Miss Ruth, MB 



Coote, Rev. & Mrs. Leon- 
ard W., JAM 

Melugin, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
C, JAM 



INA SHI (Nagano Ken) 



Ken) 

Linden, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 
SAMJ(SMJ) 

KAGOSHIMA SHI (Kago- 
shima Ken) 



254 



DIRECTORIES 




Bruggers, Rev. & Mrs. 

Glenn— RGA(IBC) 
Chandler, Rev. & Mrs. 

Vernon D. Jr.— ABWE 
Dittemore, Mrs. Isabel,— 

IND-KCM 
Endow, Miss Masako, — MC 

(IBC) 
Goodson, Miss Mary F., — 

ABWE 
Mayer, Miss Margery- KAMOJIMA CHO (Toku- 



gawa Ken) 

Dillon, Rev. & Mrs. Alan 

B., FEGC 
Drummond, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard, PN(IBC) 

KAMISHI HORO CHO 
(Hokkaido) 

Ressler, Misses Ruth and 
Rhoda,— M 



MG(IBG) 

Oliver, Rev. & Mrs. Ed 

L.,— SBC 

Potter, Miss Elaine,— j 
ABWE KAMO SHI (Niigata Ken) 

Shook, Rev. & Mrs. Paul McLean, Rev. Donnel- 



shima Ken) 

Germany, Rev. & Mrs. 
Charles H.,— MC(IBC) 



Jr.— ABWE 
Wentz, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin 
C— ULCA 

KAIBARA MACHI (Hyogo 
Ken) 

Saville, Miss Rose, JEB 

KAINAN SHI (Wakayama 
Ken) 

Zimmerman, Rev. & Mrs. 
Charles F., JGF 

KAMAKURA SHI (Kana- 



JEM 

SatodaMissChiyoko, — JEM 

KANAI (Niigata Ken) 

Schaar, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 
— SAJM 



KANAIWA MACHI (Yama- 
nashi Ken) 

Boyer, Miss Alice, — MC 
(IBC) 

KANAGI MACHI (Aomori 
Ken) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 
Metcalf, Mr. S. A.-OMF 



255 



KANAZAWA SHI (Ishi- 
kawa Ken) 
Althouse, Miss Sue S., PN 

(IBC) 
Cook, Miss Dulcie, UCG 

(IBC) 
Deter, Miss Virginia, PN 

(IBC) 
Haig, Miss Mary, UCC 

(IBC) 
Jensen, Mr. & Mrs. Roy, 

TEAM 
Martin, Mr. David, TEAM 
Morgan, Rev. & Mrs. 

Jaymes P., ABWE 
Nicholls, Rev. & Mrs. 

Walter, ABWE 
Parker, Rev. & Mrs. Calvin, 

SBC 
Reiser, Miss A. Irene, PN 

(IBC) 
Winn, Mrs. Merle, PN 

(IBC) 

KANOYA SHI (Kagoshima 
Ken) 

Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. 
Al, IND-KCM 



Maxey, Mr. & Mrs. Mark 
G., IND-KCM 

KARIYA SHI (Aichi Ken) 

Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

D., ELC 
Offner, Rev. & Mrs. Clark 

B., CCC 



KARUIZAWA SHI (Nagano 
Ken) 

Allen, Mr. & Mrs. Phillip, 

—TEAM 
Bishop, Mr. & Mrs. How- 
ard,— TEAM 
Browning, Mr. & Mrs. 

Neal— TEAM 
Degerman, Miss Bessie, — 

TEAM 
Finaas, Miss Lila,— TEAM 
Friesen, Miss A.,— OMF 
Hallgren, Mr. & Mrs. B. 

R.,— OMF 
Hogben, Dr. M.M.— OMF 
Johnston, Rev. & Mrs. V. 

W.— OMF 
Junker, Mr. Calvin, — 

TEAM 
Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. A. 

R.-OMF 



256 



DIRECTORIES 
Mrs. 




Larlee, Mr. & 

Charles,— TEAM 
Lindsay, Miss Mabel, — 

TEAM 
Lingle, Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur. 

—TEAM 
Maxwell, Miss Patricia, — 

TEAM 
Miller, Miss M. E.-OMF KASHIWAZAKI SHI (Nii- 



KASEDA SHI (Kagoshima 
Ken) 

Sides, Mrs. Norma, — ASC 

KASHIWA SHI (Ghiba 
Ken) 

Shorey, Mr. & Mrs. Wil- 
liam, TEAM 



Nelson, Miss Anna,— 

TEAM 
Netland, Mr. & Mrs. 

Anton,— TEAM 
Noe, Miss Lorraine, — 

TEAM 
Prins, Mr. & Mrs. Harry, 

EFCA 
Sapsford, Mr. & Mrs. 

Leslie,— TEAM 
Searle, Mr. & Mrs. W. G., 

— OMF 
Sevland, Miss Eva, — TEAM 
Shattuck, Miss Betty,— KATAYAMA MURA (Sai- 



I 



gata Ken) 

Anderson, Miss Mildred, 

JEM 
Kennedy, Miss Helen, 

JEM 
Spaulding, Rev. & Mrs. 

L. R.,— JEM 
Uchida, Miss Ikuye, — JEM 

KASUGAI SHI (Aichi Ken) 

Buchanan, Miss Elizabeth 

O., PS 
Buchanan, Miss Elsie, PS 



TEAM 

Young, Miss R. C.-OMF 

KASAI GUN (Hyogo Ken) 

Norton, Rev. & Mr. 
Richard B.,— PN(IBC) 



tama Ken) 

Phibbs, Rev. & Mrs. Don, 
— NTM 



KATSUYAMA SHI (Fukui 
Ken) 

Bakken, Miss Berte, FC] 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



257 



Jorgensen, Miss Anna. 

FCM 
Nordli, Miss Edel, FCM 

KAWASAKI SHI (Kana- 
gawa Ken) 

Bulling, Miss Mina, LM 
Ettling, Mr. & Mrs. A. G., 

LM 
McLachlan, Miss May, 

UCC(IBC) 
Meyer, Mr. Hans, LM 



Lowe, Miss Ruth Ann, R. 

N.,— JCBF 
Pease, Miss Harriet, R. N., 

—JCBF 
Smith, Miss Margaret, R. 

N., CBFM 
Sorrentino, Mr. & Mrs. 

Louis V., CBFM 

KITAMI SHI (Hokkaido) 

Bahler, Miss M.-OMF 
Brown, Miss T.J.,— OMF 



KAZO SHI (Saitama Ken) KITSUKI MACHI (Oita 



Kuecklich, Miss Gertrud, — 

EUB(IBC) 
Rehefeld, Miss Hannah, — 

EUB(IBC) 
Voehringer, Miss Elizabeth, 

— EUB(IBC) 

KIHO CHO (Mie Ken) 



Ken) 

Towson, Miss Manie C, 
MC(IBC) 



KOBAYASHI SHI (Miya- 
zaki Ken) 

Boschman, Mr. & Mrs. 
Paul— MM 



Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. Glen \ KOBE SHI (Hyogo Ken) 



E., BGCA 



KISHIWADA SHI (Osaka 

Fu) 

Black, Miss Alice, JGF 

Pfaff, Miss Anne, JGF 

KITAKAMI SHI (Iwate 
Ken) 



Aske, Rev. & Mrs. Sigurd, 
— LFCN 

Bagnall, Miss Grace, — WT 

Beavor, Mr. & Mrs. Wil- 
liam,— WT 

Bee, Mr. & Mrs. William, 
-JEB 

Berkey, Mrs. Marguerite,— 



258 



DIRECTORIES 



MC(IBC) 



Fultz, Miss Catherine,— PS 



Brady, Mr. & Mrs. John | Gamblin, Rev. & Mrs. 



H.,— PS 

Bridgeman, Mr. & Mrs. 
John,— PS 



Arthur— MC(IBC) 
Giesbrecht, Miss Martha,— 
MM 



Bush, Dr. & Mrs. Ovid B. ; Gingrich, Rev. & Mrs. V. 



Jr., PS 



L.,— PAC 



Cobb, Miss Ann, — ABCFM Gizzi, Rev. & Mrs. Vincent 



(IBC) 
Cobb, Rev. & Mrs. John 

B.,— MC(IBC) 
Clark, Rev. & Mrs. W.T., 

— SDA 
Daub, Rev. & Mrs. Edward, 

— PN(IBC) 
Dawson, Mr. Douglas— 

SCBM 
Derksen, Mr. & Mrs. Peter, 

—MM 
Dyck, Miss Anna,— MM 
Dyer, Miss Lois, — WT 



—SCBM 

Gundersen, Miss Johanna, 
FCM 

Heron, Miss Alice Marion, 
— WT 

Hoaas, Rev. & Mrs. An- 
ders,— NLM 

Hollingworth, Miss Ila, — 
WT 

Hovey, Miss Marion, — 
SCBM 

Iszlaub, Mr. & Mrs. Percy, 
-WT 



Dick, Mr. R. H.,— IND Kirkpatrick, Rev. & Mrs. 



Dyson, Miss Mary, — JEB 



LV.-JEB 



Eikli, Rev. & Mrs. Gabriel, Klemensson, Miss Gudrun, 



—NLM 
Feely, Miss Gertrude, — MC 

(IBC) 
Finnseth, Rev. Per,— NLM 
Foss, Miss Mark,— NLM 



— OMSS(SMJ) 
Lea, Miss L. E.,— SPG 
Lundeby, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arne,— NLM 
Maiden, Miss Margaret,— 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



259 



MC(IBC) 
Magruder, Rev. & Mrs. 

J.T.-PS 
McGrath, Miss Violet,-— 

JEB 
Mcllwaine, Rev. & Mrs. 

W.A. -PS 
McLauchlin, Rev. & Mrs. 

W. C. -PS 
McLean, Mr. Ralph 

Stanley,— WT 
McNeill, Miss Elizabeth,— 

PS 
Mihara, Miss Hana,— WT 
Mitchell, Rev. Irvine G.,— 

PS 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lardner, — PS 
Nordstrand, Miss Edel,— 

NLM 
Oglesby, Mrs. Angela M.,— 

PEC 
Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. P. 

Lee,— MC(IBC) 
Pedersen, Miss Ruth E.,— 

FGM 

Pixler, Miss Mildred,— 

ICEF 
Powell, Rev. & Mrs. (M.D.) 



Donald H.,— PCC 
Price, Rev. Jewel,— UM 
Ramseyer, Mr. & Mrs. 

Robert,— MM 
Richards, Rev. Earnest D., 

—PEC 
Robertson, Miss Grace M., 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Roundhill, Mr. Kenneth,— 

WEC 
Saito, Mr. & Mrs. Morse 

T.-MC(IBC) 
Sano, Miss Alice Y.,— PEC 
Selvell, Rev. & Mrs. Arnulf, 

— FCM 
Sherer, Rev. & Mrs. R. C, 

—SBC 
Skoog, Miss Maj-Britt, 

OMSS(SMJ) 
Smith, Mr. Roy, MC(IBC) 
Sorhus, Rev. & Mrs. 

Magnus, — NLM 
Swenson, Miss Nell, — PS 
Talmage, Rev. & Mrs. 

John E., PCC & PS 
Taylor, Rev. & Mrs. Arch 

B.Jr.,-PS 
Twilleager, Rev. & Mrs. 

UM 



260 



DIRECTORIES 






Westfall, Miss May,— MC 

(IBC) 
Whan, Mr. & Mrs. Milton, 

-JEB 
Wood, Mr. Edwin E., — 

PEG 

KOCHI SHI (Kochi Ken) 

Borchert, Rev. & Mrs. Har- 
old, PS 
Buckland, Miss Ruth,— PS 
Currell, Miss Susan, — PS 
Heizer, Miss Jo Anne, — PS 
Long, Miss Beatrice,— 

TEAM 
Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman P. MC(IBC) 
Peterson, Rev. & Mrs. Lyle 

W., PS 
Stewart, Miss Betty,— PS 
KOFU SHI (Yamanashi 
Ken) 
Avison, Miss Margaret L., 

-UCC(IBC) 
Brown, Miss Merrill E., — 

UCG(IBG) 
Bruinooge, Rev. & Mrs. 

Henry— CRJM 
Darby, Miss Laura W.,— 

UCC(IBC) 



Douglas, Miss Leona, UCC 

(IBC) 
Elson, Rev. & Mrs. Wilho, 

-SSM 
Greenbank, Miss Katherine, 

— UCC(IBC) 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Alfred, 

-SFM(SMJ) 

KOJIMA SHI (Okayama 
Ken) 

Akerberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Henning— MCCS(SMJ) 
Nyren, Miss Margaret, — 

MCCS(SMJ) 
Skoeld, Dr. & Mrs. Sam — 

MGCS(SMJ) 

KOKURA SHI (Fukuoka 
Ken) 

Barlow, Miss Hannah, — 

SBC 
Bradshaw, Rev. & Mrs. 

Melvin J.,— SBC 
Horton, Miss Frances, — 

SBC 
Hudson, Miss Lenora,— 

SBC 
Jaeckel, Rev. & Mrs. Theo- 

dor,-UCC(IBC) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



261 



Lancaster, Miss Cecile, — 

SBC 
Lane, Miss Dottie,— SBC 
L'Heureux, Rev. & Mrs. 

Louis, — ULGA 
Miller, Miss Floryne— SBC 
Whaley, Rev. & Mrs. 

Charles-SBC 

KOMATSU SHI (Ishikawa 
Ken) 

Bruun, Miss Anna,— FCM 
Riis. Miss Helene,— FCM 

KORIYAMA SHI (Fuku- 
shima Ken) 

Anderson, Miss Irene, — 
EUB(IBC) 



KUJI MACHI (Iwate Ken) 

Allen, Miss Thomasine, 
ABFMS 



KUMAMOTO SHI (Kuma- 
moto Ken) 

Aderholdt, Miss Virginia 

D. ,— ULCA 
Akard, Miss Martha B.,— 

ULCA 
Allum, Miss Iris,— MC ! KURAYOSHI SHI (Tottori 



Alsdorf, Rev. & Mrs. How- 
ard A.,— ULCA 
Barnhart, Miss Esther, — 

ULCA 
Brink, Miss Suzanne, —RCA 

(IBC) 
Ellis, Rev. Andrew B., — 

ULCA 
Huddle, Miss Elizabeth, — 

ULCA 
MacMurphey, Mr. Charles, 

—ULCA 
Medling, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

R.-SBC 
Miller, Miss Marjorie,— 

ULCA 
Zuch, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 

ULCA 

KURASHIKI SHI (Oka- 
yama Ken) 
Arvefjord, Rev. & Mrs. 

Stig— MCCS(SMJ) 
Bringerud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gote— MCCS(SMJ) 
Wennborg, Mrs. Ingeborg, 

— MCCS(SMJ) 



(IBC) 



Ken) 



262 



DIRECTORIES 






Braun, Rev. & Mrs. Neil, — 

AAMS 
Cassidy, Miss Bertha E., — 

AAMS 
Rediker, Rev. Beulah,— 

AAMS 
Whitman, Miss Sylvia, — 

AAMS 

KURE SHI (Hiroshima 
Ken) 

Berg, Rev. & Mrs. Karl 
W.,— ALM 

KUROISO MACHI (Tochi- 
gi Ken) 

Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 

— SHM(SMJ) 
Svensson, Rev. Birger,— 

SHM(SMJ) 

KURUME SHI (Fukuoka 
Ken) 

Adams, Mr. & Mrs. 

Charles,— ASG 
Goldsmith, Miss Mabel O., 

-CMS 
Neve, Rev. & Mrs. Lloyd 

R.,— ULCA 
Norden, Rev. and Mrs. 

Norden L.,— RCA(IBC) 



KUSHIRO SHI (Hokkaido) 

Bean, Miss Ruth,— M 
Buckwalter, Rev. & Mrs. 
Ralph E.-M 



KUTCHAN MACHI (Hok- 
kaido) 

Hyaman, Mr. D. E.-OMF 
Kluttz, Mr. R.-OMF 



KYOTO SHI (Kyoto Fu) 

Becker, Miss Blanche,— 

EFCA 
Cary, Mr. & Mrs. (M. D.) 

Otis-ABCFM(IBC) 
Clapp, Miss Frances B.,— 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Clark, Dr. & Mrs. C. F. — 

SBC 
Clarke, Rev. & Mrs. Cole- 
man D.,— SBC 
Fontnote, Dr. (M. D.) 

Audrey— SBC 
Friesen, Miss Arlene, — 

FEGC 
Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. Ro- 

land-FEGC 
Fuller, Rev. & Mrs. 

Dwight-EFCA 
Gerry, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



263 



-WEC 
Green, Mr. & Mrs. David, 

-WT 
Griesy, Mr. Paul, UCC 

(IBC) 
Grant, Mr. & Mrs. Robert 

H. ABCFM(IBC) 
Gulick, Mr. & Mrs. Leeds, 

-ABCFM(IBC) 
Gwinn, Miss Alice— 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Hagood, Dr. (M.D.) Martha 

-SBC 
Halstrom, Mr. & Mrs. 

Dale— EFCA 
Harris, Miss Esma, — WEC 
Heimonen, Mr. & Mrs. L. 

V.,— FFOM 
Hemstad, Rev. Fagnvald,— 

CMB 
Hibbard, Miss Esther,— 

ABCFM(IBG) 
Kama, Mr. & Mrs.— 

FFOM 
Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. 

Hugh— JIM 
Koch, Rev. & Mrs. Dennis, 

-ULCA 
Kung, Rev. Tien Min,— 



CMB 

Lammers, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard L.,— E&R(IBC) 
Lloyd, Rev. Gwilym G.,— 

PN(IBC) 
Lloyd, Rev. & Mrs. John 

J.,-PEC 
Makinen, Miss A.,— FFOM 
Motoyama, Miss Julie— 

JGF 
Moy, Miss Agnes,— FCM 
Muir, Rev. & Mrs. Francis, 

-UCC(IBC) 
Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. 

William B. Jr.— PEC 
Pelttari, Miss M.,— FFOM 
Percival, Mr. & Mrs. 

McKay— WT 
Petersen, Miss Tordis M. — 

E&R(IBC) 
Raby, Miss Judy— JGF 
Rider, Miss Shirley M.,— 

PN(IBC) 
Rokka, Mr. & Mrs. J.,— 

FFOM 
Satterwhite, Dr. (M. D.) & 

Mrs. J. P.— SBC 
Schwab, Miss Elsa,— MC 

(IBC) 



264 



DIRECTORIES 



Sumners, Miss Gertrude,— 

PEG 
Taylor, Miss Beth— WT 
Thalleen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Walder— EFCA 
Wilkes, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

-WT 
Winteler, Miss Lena,— WT 



MAEBASHI SHI (Gumma 
Ken) 

Cooke, Mr. T. T. S. & 

Mrs.,— CJPM 
Jones, Miss Glenys, — CJPM 
Jones, Miss Gwyneth, — 

CJPM 
McKay, Miss Doris,— 

CJPM 
Parr, Miss D. A.-CJPM 

MAKABE MACHI Ibaraki 
Ken) 

Kunz, Mr. Arthur,— LM 

MAKURASAKI SHI (Kago- 
shima Ken) 

Borgman, Mrs. Feme — 
ASC 



MARUGAME SHI (Ka- 
gawa Ken) 

Barksdale, Rev. & Mrs. 



John 0.,~PS 
Connell, Miss Juanita, — PS 



MASUDA MACHI (Akita 
Ken) 

Varney, Miss Evelyn, 
CBFM 



I 



MASUHO CHO (Yama- 
nashi Ken) 

Olofsson, Miss Birgit, — 
SFM(SMJ) 

Olofsson, Miss Eva,— SFM 

(SMJ) 

MATSUE SHI (Shimane 
Ken) 

Bollback, Rev. Anthony, — 

CMA 
Gamlem, Miss Anna, — 

NLM 
Grasmo, Rev. & Mrs. Erik 

—NLM 
Nordstrand, Miss Edel,— 

NLM 



: 



MATSUMOTO SHI (Naga- 
no Ken) 

Carey, Rev. & Mrs. E. F., 

— UCC(IBC) 
Carrico, Mr. & Mrs. 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



265 



Willis;— TEAM 



MATSUYAMA SHI (Ehime 
Ken) 

Dievendorf, Mrs. Anne— 

CMA 
Francis, Miss Mable— CMA 
Gillett, Rev. & Mrs. C.B., 

— ABCFM(IBC) 
Husted, EdithS.,— ABCFM 

(IBC) 
Snider, Mrs. Hilda,— CMA 
Talley, Miss Frances.— SBC 
Watkins, Miss Elizabeth,— 

SBC 

MATSUSAKA SHI (Mie 
Ken) 

Godoy, Rev. & Mrs. Rolf, 

— LFCN 
Kivle, Rev. & Mrs. Per,— 

LFCN 

MIHARA SHI (Hiroshima 
Ken) 

Ericson, Rev. & Mrs — 

ALM 
Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edwin,— ALM 



Ken) 

Hemmingby, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arne,-FCM 
Skauge, Miss Olga— FCM 
Winsjansen, Miss Kirsten, 

-FCM 

MISHIMA SHI (Shizuoka 
Ken) 

Lyreskog, Rev. & Mrs. 

Thore-SEOM(SMJ) 
Socerberg, Miss Ida,— 

SEOM(SMJ) 

MINANO MACHI (Saitama 
Ken) 

Jeanes, Miss Dorothy,— 

FEGC 
Lautzenheiser, Miss Wanda, 

-FEGC 
Price, Miss Winifred,— 

FEGC 



MIKUNI MACHI (Fukui 



MITAKA SHI (Tokyo To) 

Franklin, Rev. and Mrs. 

Sam H. -PN(IBC) 
Hackett, Mr. & Mrs. H. 

W.-ABCFM(IBC) 
Troyer, Dr. & Mrs. Maurice 

E.,— PN(IBC) 
Worth, Dr.&Mrs. Donald, 



266 



DIRECTORIES 



— PN(IBC) 

MITO SHI (Ibaraki Ken) 

Bruns, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 

W.,— EUB(IBC) 
Gullatt, Rev. & Mrs. Tom 

D.,— SBC 
Sharpless, Miss Edith E.— 

AFSC 



MITSUKI GUN (Hiro- 
shima Ken) 

Brannen, Mr. & Mrs. 
Noah— ABFMS 

MIYAGI GUN (Miyagi 
Ken) 

Troxell, Rev. & Mrs. 
DelbertV.-UCMS(IBC) 

MIYAKONOJO SHI (Miya- 
zaki Ken) 

Unruh, Rev. & Mrs. 
Verney, — MM 

MIYAZAKI SHI (Miyazaki 
Ken) 

Friesen, Miss Leonore — 

MM 
Patkau, Miss Esther— MM 
Thiessen, Mr. & Mrs. 

Bernard — MM 



Voran, Mr. & Mrs. Peter 

MM 
Watson, Rev. & Mrs. Leslie, 

—SBC 

MIZUSAWA SHI (Iwate 
Ken) 

Beach, Mrs. Vermis,— NTM 
Broman, Rev. David, — 

NTM 
Broman, Rev. Paul, — 

NTM 
Broman, Mr. Philip,— 

NTM 
Caley, Miss Rhelinda,— 

NTM 
Crawford, Mr. & Mrs. Coy, 

—NTM 
Goto, Mr. John— NTM 
Kenney, Miss Pearl,— NTM 
Leiyn, Miss Jennie,— NTM 
Meyer, Miss Hildegard,— 

NTM 
Murch, Miss Barbara,— 

NTM 
Todd, Mr. & Mrs. Law- 
rence, — NTM 
Tomono, Mr. Teruo, — 

NTM 
Wood, Miss Joan— NTM 






MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



267 



Yakel, Miss Ella ,-NTM 

MORI MACHI (Hokkaido) 

Glass, Miss E. M.-OMF 
Weller, Miss M. E.-OMF 
White, Miss E. R.-OMF 

MORIOKA SHI (Iwate 
Ken) 

Gregory, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

R.-E & R(IBC) 
Livingston, Mr. & Mrs. 

Theodore— ABFMS 

MORIYAMA SHI (Aichi 
Ken) 

Archibald, Miss Margaret, 

PS 
Blake, Miss Mary Elizabeth, 

-PS 
Gunn, Miss Goline, — PS 
Ryburn, Miss Jean, — PS 



MURAYAMA SHI (Yama- 
gata Ken) 

Tetro, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 
GBFM 

MURORAN SHI (Hok- 
kaido) 

Hellberg, Miss Gullbritt,— 
SEMJ(SMJ) 



Jonsson, Miss Sigrid, — 
SEMJ(SMJ) 
Thorsell, Miss Anna-Lisa, — 
SEMJ(SMJ) 

MUSASHINO SHI (Tokyo) 

Moreton, Dr. & Mrs. Hugh, 
— IUGM 

NAGAHAMA SHI (Shiga 
Ken) 

Attwater, Miss V.,— JIM 
Davis, Miss Carnella,— 

WEC 
Holt, Miss Isabel— WEC 

NAGAOKA SHI (Niigata 
Ken) 

Brisbin, Rev. & Mrs. J.E.,— 

JEM 
Friesen, Rev. W., — JEM 
Harris, Miss Cora — JEM 
Jacobsen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Morris— JEM 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gordon— EMCA 
Maxwell, Miss Lois — JEM 
Riggs, Miss Venda— JEM 
Westbert, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harry E.,— EMCA 



268 



DIRECTORIES 



NAGANO CHO (Osaka Fu) 

Driskill, Rev. & Mrs. J. 
Lawrence— PN(IBC) 

NAGANO SHI (Nagano 
Ken) 

Eoerstel, Miss Marie, — 

mscc: 

Keighley, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leonard— UCC(IBC) 
MacDonald, Miss Jean, — 

UCC(IBC) 
Norton, Mr. & Mrs. James, 

—TEAM 
Pinckney, Miss Ruth, — 

TEAM 
Sheppard, Miss Alison, — 

MSCC 
Tunbridge, Miss Marjorie, 

-UCC(IBC) 

NAGASAKI SHI (Nagasaki 
Ken) 

Best, Rev. & Mrs. Ernest 

E.,— MC(IBC) 
Bost, Miss Ethel W.-MC 

(IBC) 
Curry, Miss Olive,— MC 

(IBC) 
Elston, Miss Gretchen, — 




MC(IBC) 
Jefferson, Miss Alice, — MC 

(IBC) 
Koch, Miss Joyce,— MC 

(IBC) 
Moore, Miss Helen C, — 

MC(IBC) 
Peckham, Miss Caroline 

S.-MC(IBC) 
Shimer, Mr. & Mrs. Eliot 

R.,— MC(IBC) 
Spence, Rev. & Mrs. R. 

M.-SBC 
Tennant, Miss Elizabeth 

R.,— MC(IBC) 



NAGOYA SHI (Aichi Ken 

Asayama, Miss Asano, — W'l 
Archibald, Miss Margaret, 

-PS 
Baldwin, Rev. & Mrs 

Walter P.— PS 
Berner, Miss Marianne, — 
WT 

Blake, Miss Beth,— PS 
Brandt, Miss Inger Maj 

Britt— WT 
Counts, Mr. & Mrs. W. A., 

— WT 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



269 



Deal, Rev. & Mrs. Harold 

G.-ULCA 
Euler, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 

—TEAM 
Floyd, Mr. Roger W.-MC 

(IBC) 
Gilbertson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gaylen — ELC 
Gregory, Miss Gladys,— 

WT 
Hanson, Miss Marian,— 

ELC 
Harris, Miss Mary C.,— 

MSCC 
Hawkins, Miss Frances H., 

-MSCC 
Helling, Rev. & Mrs. 

Hubert H.-CN 
Hollaway, Rev. & Mrs. 

Ernest Lee— SBC 
Keltie, Mrs. Thelma, — 

WT 
Manso, Miss Florence, — 

WT 
McCall, Rev. & Mrs. Don, 

-PS 
McDonald, Mr. Dennis,— 

WT 
Miller, Miss Norrine, — WT 



Mutch, Rev. Bruce,— 

MSCC 
Phillips, Mr. & Mrs. 

George— TEAM 
Powles, Rt. Rev. P.S.C. & 

Mrs.,— MSCC 
Robinson, Miss Hilda M., 

—MSCC 
Smith, Rev. Norman,— 

MSCC 
Smythe, Mrs. L. C. M.,— 

PS 
Spencer, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

E.— SBC 
Tang, Rev. & Mrs. Gordon 

O.-SBC 
Wilde, Miss Idella,-WT 

NACHI MACHI (Waka- 
yama Ken) 

Sorley, Rev. & Mrs. Francis 
B.,— BGCA 

Youngquist, Rev. & Mrs. 
Haris— BGCA 

NAKASHIBETSU CHO 
(Hokkaido) 

Kanagy, Lee H.,— M 

NARA SHI (Nara Ken) 

Carter^ Mr- & Mrs. Ralph, 



270 



DIRECTORIES 



— NTM 
Thoern, Miss Inez,— OMSS 

(SMJ) 



NAYORO SHI (Hokkaido) 

Howlett, Rev. & Mrs. 
Floyd G. — UCC(IBC) 

NIIGATA SHI (Niigata 
Ken) 

Buss, Mr. Bernhard,— 
TEAM 

NISHI MURA (Yamagata 
Ken) 

Jones, Miss Gladys,— 
JCBM 

NISHIO MACHI (Aichi 
Ken) 

Johnson, Miss Harriet A., — 

PN(IBC) 
McDaniel, Mr. & Mrs. 

Chalmers,— TEAM 
Reece, Mr. Taylor,— 

TEAM 

NISHINOMIYA SHI (Hyo- 
go Ken) 

Bray, Rev. & Mrs. William 

D.-MC(IBC) 
Buell, Miss Constance,— 



ABCFM(IBC) 
Carroll, Miss Sally,— MC 

(IBC) 
Crew, Miss Angie,— 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Eads, Miss Mary,— MC 

(IBC) 
Ebinger, Miss Frieda,— 

GMM 
Fleischmann, Miss Babette, 

—GMM 
Gilkey, Mr. William E.,— 

MC(IBC) 
Harbin, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

Van— MC(IBC) 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs 

Randolph L.,— MC(IBC) 
Malloy, Mr. & Mrs. R. 

E.,— JBM 
Mattson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Walter, — ULCA 
McCain, Miss Pearle— 

MC(IBC) 
McKnight, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wm. Q.,— ABCFM(IBC) 
Moran, Rev. & Mrs. S.F., 

— ABCFM(IBC) 
Morrill, Mr. & Mrs. 

Douglas W.,— ABCFM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



271 



(IBC) 
Norman, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

H.H.-UCC(IBC) 
Osborne, Rev. & Mrs. 

David— AAMS 
Outerbridge, Rev. & Mrs. 

H.W.-UCC(IBC) 
Peavy, Miss Anne, — MG 

(IBC) 
Reeves, Miss Grace G., — 

ABCFM(IBG) 
Roberts, Mrs. Floyd,— 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Schmidt, Miss Ruth,— 

GMM 
SteinhofT, Miss Karoline,— 

GMM 
Stubbs, Rev. & Mrs. David 

Carson,— MG(IBC) 
Teele, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. 

Roy E.,— MG(IBC) 
Thurlow, Dr. James M., — 

UGC(IBC) 
Warner, Rev. & Mrs. Austin 

M.-UCMS(IBC) 
Whitehead, Miss Mabel,— 
MC(IBG) 

NOBEOKA SHI (Miyazaki 



Ken) 

Gronlund, Mrs. Mildred, - 

ASC 
Lee, Miss Gleo,— ASC 

NOGI MURA (Tochigi 
Ken) 

Fanger, Rev. & Mrs. 

Clifford— NTM 
Fanger, Mr. Richard,— 

NTM 
Jackson, Mr. William,— 

NTM 
Koop, Miss Mary, — NTM 
Townsend, Mr. Louis,— 

NTM 
Troyer, Rev. & Mrs. David, 

—NTM 



NUMAZU SHI (Shizuoka 
Ken) 

Aamodt, Rev. & Mrs. 

Conrad, — ELG 
Arneson, Miss Andeline, — 

ELG 
Goes, Rev. & Mrs. Gosta,— 

SEOM(SMJ) 
Haglund, Rev. & Mrs. Ake, 

— SEOM(SMJ) 



272 



DIRECTORIES 



OBIHIRO SHI (Hokkaido) 

Beck, Rev. & Mrs. Carl 

C.-M 
Blosser, Rev. & Mrs. 

Eugene, — M 
Orth, Rev. Donald B.,— 

UCC(IBC) 



MM 

OGORI MACHI «: 

guchi Ken) 

Hawkinson, Miss Marion, 

— ALM 
Lindquist, Miss Mary, — 

ALM 



OBUSE MACHI (Nagano QHARA MACHI (Chiba 



Ken) 

Benns, Miss Cellia A., — 

MSGC 
Powell, Miss Lilias (RN),— 

MSCC 



ODA SHI (Shimane Ken) 

Drivstuen, Miss Dagny,— 

NLM 
Jaabaek, Miss Petra, — NLM 
Robertstad, Miss Ruth, — 

NLM 

ODAWARA SHI (Kana- 
gawa Ken) 

MacDonald, Miss Alice E., 
— PN(IBC) 

Metcalf, Rev. & Mrs. Mel- 
bourne J.,— EMCA 

OGAKI SHI (Gifu Ken) 

Miller, Miss Erma L., — 



Ken) 

Melaaen, Mr. Erling,- 

NMA 

OITA SHI (Oita Ken) 

Shaver, Rev. & Mrs. I.L., 

— MC(IBC) 
Walker, Rev. & Mrs. 

L.,— SBC 

OJIYA SHI (Niigata Ken) 

Uchida, Miss Sachiye, — 

JEM 
Whisman, Miss Winnie,— 

JEM 

OKAYA SHI (Nagano Ken) 

Laitinen, Miss Martha, — 
LEAF 

OKAYAMA SHI (Okayama 
Ken) 

Dillard, Miss Mary,— 






SCMB 
Kristiansson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gunnar— MCCS(SMJ) 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Loyce 

N.,-SBC 
Rojas, Rev. & Mrs. J.,— 

MCCS(SMJ) 
Tubbin, Rev. & Mrs. Rune, 

— MCCS(SMJ) 
Wandel, Miss Dagny, — 

MCCS(SMJ) 

OKAZAKI SHI (Aichi Ken) 

Homerstad, Rev. & Mrs. 

John M.,— ELC 
Wiberg, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 

SAMJ(SMJ) 

OKOCHI MURA (Yama- 
nashi Ken) 

Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Conrad, 
-FEGG 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 
— CJPM 



273 



OKUMA MACHI (Fuku- 
shima Ken) 

Holecek, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 
— JGBM 

OMAMA SHI (Gumma 
Ken) 

Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. T. G., 



ONOMICHI SHI (Hiro- 
shima Ken) 

Bandel, Miss Elizabeth, — 
MC(IBC) 

ONONII MACHI (Fuku- 
shima Ken) 

Dann, Miss Janet M.,— 

ACF 
Holdcroft, Miss Joy,— ACF 
Holdcroft, Miss Mary F.,— 

ACF 

ONSEN GUN (Kawakami 
Mura, Ehime ken) 

Warne, Miss Eleanor, — MC 
(IBC) 

OSAKA SHI (Osaka Fu) 

Bartel, Rev. & Mrs. Jona- 
than,— MB 

Bills, Mr. & Mrs. Alex,— 
IND-KCM 

Bollinger, Mr. & Mrs. Ed- 
ward— ABFMS 

Clark, Mr. & Mrs. Martin, 
— IND-FCM 

Coryell, Mrs. Ada,— ASC 

Foss, Miss Eleanor M., — 
CMS 



274 



DIRECTORIES 

Wilde, Miss Denise,— WT 




OTA SHI (Gumma Ken) 

Dunn, Rev. Ed.,— BBF 



OTAKI MACHI (Chiba 
Ken) 

Odden, Miss Guri,— NMA 

OTARU SHI (Hokkaido) 

MacLeod, Rev. & Mrs. Ian 
G.,— UCC(IBG) 



Garrison, Rev. & Mrs. 

Elton P.,— EUB(IBG) 
Gillespie, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

L.,— SBC 
Grube, Miss Alice, — PN 

(IBC) 
Gunther, Miss Rubena, — 

MB 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Henry, 

— PN(IBC) 
Krause, Rev. & Mrs. Sam 

H.-MB 
Morgan, Miss Mary Neal, 

-SBC 
Pearson, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce, 

— AFSC 
Purser, Miss Constance M., 

— MSCC 
Reid, Miss Pearl M.,— FM 
Reusser, Rev. & Mrs. 

George F.-E & R(IBC) 
Schneider, Miss Doris, EUB 

(IBC) 
Vermey, Mr. & Mrs. C.J., 

-JEB 
Waterman, Miss Gertrude, 

— ABFMS 
Wiens, Rev. & Mrs. Ronald | SAIJO MACHI (Hiroshima 



OTSU SHI (Shiga Ken) 

Theuer, Rev. & Mrs. 
George— EUB(IBC) 

OYODO CHO (Nara Ken) 

James, Mr. & Mrs. Max,— 
WEC 



SAEKI SHI (Oita Ken) 

Paul, Miss Eva— ASC 
Pierson, Miss Mildred,— 

—ASC 
Sorror, Miss Doris,— ASC 

SA1K1 GUN (Hiroshima 
Ken) 

Stumpf, Rev. & Mrs. Ray, 
— CMA 



M.,— MB 



Ken) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



275 



Olson, Rev. & Mrs. George 
L.,— ALM 

SAKAI SHI (Osaka Fu) 

Bower, Miss Esther S., — 

JGF 
Bower, Miss Marian B.,— 

JGF 
Iwasa, Miss Katherine, — i 

JGF 
Kawashima, Miss Tamie, — 

JGF 
Metzler, Miss Margaret,— 

AAMS 
Oestreich, Rev. & Mrs. 

George, — JGF 
Pettersson, Miss Anna, — 

OMSS(SMJ) 
Powers, Rev. & Mrs., Floyd 

W.,— AAMS 
Sundberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Fred A.,— OMSS(SMJ) 

SANJO SHI (Niigata Ken) 

Budd, Rev. & Mrs. John — 
JEM 



SAPPORO SHI (Hokkaido) 

Adams, Rev. & Mrs. Evyn, 
-MG(IBC) 



Barker, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robert. S.,— PN(IBC) 
Brown, Miss Mildred,— PN 

(IBC) 
Eddy, Rev. & Mrs. William 

D.,— PEG 
Flowers, Miss E. M.- — 

OMF 
Hoover, Miss Annie,— SBC 
Kamitsuka, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arthur,— PN(IBC) 
Milner, Miss M— OMF 
Moorhead, Rev. & Mrs. 

M. F.,— SBC 
Nukida, Mr. William J.— 

UPC 
Ormiston, Dr. R. I.— OMF 
Piirainen, Miss Kaisu,— 

LEAF 
Staveley, Miss J. Ann,— 

CMS 
Street, Mr. & Mrs. L. A., 

-OMF 
Taylor, Miss Dorthy,— PN 

(IBC) 
Tucker, Rev. Beverley,— 

PEG 
Valtonen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Tauno,— LEAF 



276 



DIRECTORIES 



SASEBO SHI (Nagasaki 
Ken) 

Friesen, Miss Susan— ASC 

Koehler, Rev. & Mrs. i 

Norman,— PN(IBC) 

Rolph, Mr. & Mrs. George 

—ASC 

I 

SAGA SHI (Saga Ken) 

Winther, Miss Maya,— 

ULCA 



SENDAI SHI (Miyagi Ken) 

Ankeney, Mrs. Alfred,— 

E&R(IBC) 
Beabout, Miss Florence,— 

JCBM 
Bowen, Miss Virginia, — 

JCBM 
Cundiff, Mr. William S. ,— 

E&R(IBC) 
Draper, Rev. William F.,— 

PEC 
Fleischman, Miss Lorraine, 

—JCBM 
Garner, Miss Margaret A. 

— E&R(IBC) 
Getz, Mr. & Mrs. Pierce 

A.-E&R(IBC) 
Grant, Rev. & Mrs. Worth 

C-SBC 



Hoy, Miss Gertrude B. 

E&R(IBC) 
McCoy, Miss Beulah 

ABFMS 
McDaniel, Mr. & Mrs. 

Jack,— CBFM 
Melchert, Mr. & Mrs. 

James F.,— E&R(IBC) 
Morris, Miss Betty,— 

CBFM 
Nako, Miss Adeline,— \\ T 
Post, Miss Vida— ABFMS 
Sabina, Mr. & Mrs. Moses, 

CBFM 
Rubright, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard W.— E&R(IBC) 
Sanderson, Miss Abbie, — 

ABFMS 
Searle, Mr. Victor C. Jr., 

— E&R(IBC) 
Sipple, Mr. & Mrs. Carl 

S.,— E&R(IBC) 
Snyder, Miss Ruth F.— 

E&R(IBC) 
Tohara, Mr. & Mrs. 

Shinichi, — WT 
Uemoto, Rev. & Mrs. 

George Y.,— OPC 
Williams, Rev. & Mrs 



MISSIONAR] 
Philip E.,-E&R(IBG) 



in 



SETO SHI (Aichi Ken) 

Hagen, Miss Kirsten,— 

FCM 
Haugen, Miss Aase,— FCM 

SHIBUKAWA SHI (Gum- 
ma Ken) 

Verme, Rev. & Mrs. 
Robert E.,— EMCA 

SHIMADA SHI (Shizuoka 
Ken) 

Davidson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lewis E.,— ELC 
Holte, Miss Roselyn,— ELC 
Myhrwold, Miss Froydis,— 

ELC 

SHIMADAGASHI (Tochigi 
Ken) 

Dale, Rev. Oliver B.,— 
SSJE 

SHIMIZU SHI (Shizuoka 
Ken) 

Bennett, Mr. & Mrs. 

Dwight,— TEAM 
Eagle, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 

—TEAM 



SHIMODATE SHI (Shizuo- 
ka Ken) 

McKim, Miss Nellie,-PEC 

SHIMONOSEKI SHI (Ya- 
maguchi Ken) 

Howard, Rev. & Mrs. S. 

P. Jr.— SBC 
Mackenzie, Miss Virginia 

M.,-PN(IBC) 
Siter, Miss Verlaine R.,— 

RCA(IBC) 
Urquhart, Miss Betty A.,— 

PN(IBC) 
Walvoord, Miss Florence. — 

RCA(IBC) 

SHIMOSATO MURA (Hyo- 
go Ken) 

Norton, Rev. & Mrs. 
Richard B.-PN(IBC) 

SHIMO-SUWA-MACHI 
(Nagano Ken) 

Soderbacka, Rev. & Mrs. 
Gottfried— LEAF 

SHINGI MURA (Shiga 
Ken) 

Marcks, Miss Margaret M., 
-JEB 



278 



DIRECTORIES 



SHIRAHAMA CHO (Waka- 
yama Ken) 
Andersson, Miss Martha, — 

SHM(SMJ) 
Hjaertstroem, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arnold,— SHM(SMJ) 
Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Sten— BGCA 

SHIZUOKA SHI (Shizuoka 
Ken) 

Campbell, Miss Margaret 

H.-UCC(IBC) 
Cornelius, Miss D. C, — 

— OMF 
Hoshizaki, Rev. & Mrs. 

Reiji,— SBC 
Hyland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Philip,— ELC 
McMillan, Rev. & Mrs. 

Virgil O. ,— SBC 
Mitchell, Miss Anna Marie, 

—ELC 
Moase, Miss Helen C, — 

UCC(IBC) 
Rorke, Miss M. Luella, — 

UCC(IBC) 
Undseth, Rev. & Mrs. 

Einar, — ELC 
Vinge, Rev. & Mrs. Daniel, 




—ELC 
Wimer, Miss E.— OMF 

SHOWA MACHI (Chib 
Ken) 

Blincoe, Rev. & Mrs 
Thomas H., -SDA 

Ludden, Mr. & Mrs. Hart- 
ley B.-SDA 

Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Ray- 
mond S., — SDA 

SOMA SHI (Fukushima 
Ken) 

Andaas, Mr. & Mrs. Arn- 

finn-NEOM 
Gornitzka, Mr. Robert,— 

— NEOM 
Ingwardo, Haakon, - 

NEOM 

SUITA SHI (Osaka Fu) 

Brown, Dr. & Mrs., Frank 
A. Jr. M. D.-PS 



SUKAGAWA SHI 

Ando, Mr. Kiichi — FDK 
(POBC) 

SUSAMI MACHI (Wakaya- 
ma Ken) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



279 



Heywood, Mr. & Mrs. R. | Christopher, Rev. & Mrs. 
E.-JEB 



SUWA SHI (Nagano Ken) 

Van Baak, Rev. & Mrs. 
Edward A. ,-CRJM 



SUZU SHI (Ishikawa Ken) 

Stanley, Miss Ethel— NTM 

TACHIKAWA SHI (Tokyo 
To) 

James, Mr. & Mrs. William, 
-TEAM 



TAKAOKA SHI (Toyama 
Ken) 

Spoor, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, 

—NTM 
Low, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

—NTM 

TAKADA SHI (Niigata 
Ken) 

Hegge, Mr. & Mrs. Myron, 

-TEAM 
Kroehler, Rev. & Mrs. 

Armin,— E&R(IBG) 
Schroer, Rev. Gilbert D. — 

E&R(IBC) 

TAKAMATSU SHI (Kaga- 
wa Ken) 



R. R.-SPG 
Cox, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph,— 

TEAM 
Dale, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel, 

—TEAM 
Emanuel, Rev. & Mrs. B. 

P.,-SBC 
Halvarson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Carl M.-SBC 
Haraughty, Miss Mary, — 

PS 



TAKAYAMA SHI (Gifu 
Ken) 

DeCamp, Miss Grace,— 

TEAM 
Forsberg, Miss Ruth, — 

TEAM 

TAKEFU SHI (Fukui Ken) 

Berge, Miss Aaget,— FCM 
Gulbrandsen, Mrs. Dagny, 
—FCM 



TANAGAWA CHO (Osaka 

Fu) 

Hoffnew, Rev. & Mrs. 
Karl— OMSS(SMJ) 



TATEYAMA SHI (Chiba 
Ken) 



280 



DIRECTORIES 



Petersen, Mr. & Mrs. Lyle, 
-TEAM 

TAZAWA MURA (Niigata 
Ken) 

Strom, Mr. & Mrs. Verner, 
—TEAM 



TOBATA SHI (Fukuoka 
Ken) 

Knox, Miss Martha,— SBC 
Limbert, Miss Mary,— SBC 

TOMAKOMAI SHI (Hok- 
kaido) 

Brownlee, Rev. & Mrs. R. 

Wallace, EUB(IBC) 
Eriksson, Rev. & Mrs. E. 

Paul,— SEMJ(SMJ) 
Hansen, Rev. Harry W., — 

PEC 

TOMISATO MURA (Chiba 
Ken) 

Little John, Miss Jean,— 
ABCFM(IBC) 

TOTTORI SHI (Tottori 
Ken) 

Boe, Rev. & Mrs. Kaare, 

— NLM 
Elder, Rev. & Mrs. William 



M. MC(IBG) 
Jossang, Rev. & Mrs. Lars 

—NLM 
Scheie, Miss Anna,— NLM 



TOYAMA SHI (Toyama 
Ken) 

Armstrong, Miss Margaret 

— UCC(IBC) 
Lautz, Mr. & Mrs. William 

—TEAM 






TOYOHASHI SHI (Aichi 
Ken) 

Cogswell, Rev. & Mrs. 

James A., — PS 
Horobin, Miss Harriet H., 

-MSCC 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Abram. 

—TEAM 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard,— ELC 
Svensson, Miss Ester, - 

SAMJ(SMJ) 
White, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd, 

—TEAM 

TOYOKAWA SHI (Aichi 
Ken) 

Loenander, Rev. & Mrs. 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



281 



Aske-SAMJ(SMJ) 

TOYOOKA SHI (Hyogo 
Ken) 

Gosden, Rev. & Mrs. E. 

W.-JEB 
Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Martin,— SBM(SMJ) 
Lloyd, Miss Mary,— JEB 

TOYONAKA SHI (Osaka 
Fu) 

Bailey, Miss Hazel,— AAMS 
Houston, Miss Lyda S.,— 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Rahn, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 

MC(IBC) 

TSU SHI (Mie Ken) 

Chapman, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
N.,— PN(IBC) 

TSUCHIURA SHI (Ibaraki 
Ken) 

Winters, Mr. & Mrs. 
Gerald,— TEAM 

TSUYAMA SHI (Okayama 
Ken) 

Gronning, Rev. & Mrs. 
Arne.— NLM 



TSUYAZAKI MACHI (Fu- 
kuoka Ken) 

Hitchcock, Miss Alice, MC 
(IBC) 

TOKYO 

Aaby, Mr. & Mrs. Ogden 

L.-SDA 
Aasland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harold— ELC 
Adams, Miss Marie— MC 

(IBC) 
Adams, Dr. & Mrs. Roy,— 

OMS 
Aho, Miss lima Ruth,— 

MA 
Airo, Miss Jenni,— LEAF 
Archer, Mr. & Mrs. Sam, 

—TEAM 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Curtis 

D.-SBC 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Donald 

R.-BPT 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. M. E., 

— BPT 
Bailey, Miss Barbara— MC 

(IBC) 
Bandel, Miss Myrtle Eliza- 
beth— MC(IBC) 
Barry, Mr. & Mrs. W. 



282 



DIRECTORIES 



Lloyd,— WT 
Beck, Mr. Gotthold,— LM 
Bell, Mr. Ralph E.-TEAM 
Bennett, Rev. & Mrs. 

Merril-CN 
Billow, Rev. & Mrs. Willi- 
am— ULCA 
Bitsberger, Rev. Donald E., 

-PEC 
Bjork, Rev. & Mrs. Dale 

W., BGCA 
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. 

Howard-FEGC 
Bollman, Mr. & Mrs. 

Theodore. G.,— FEGC 
Booth, Miss Ellen, E., — 

PEG 
Bostrom, Mr. George E., — 

TN 
Bowman, Rev. & Mrs. 

John— ELC 
Boyer, Miss Alice, MC(IBC) 
Brannen, Mr. & Mrs. 

Theodore, TEAM 
Branstad, Mr. Karl E.,— 

PEC 
Browning, Rev. & Mrs. 

Willis Paul— MC(IBC) 
Bruce, Mr. & Mrs. G. O., 




-SDA 
Buckley, Mr. & Mrs 

R.,— YMCA 
Budd, Mr. & Mrs. Henry 

F.-PEC 
Burney, Mr. & Mrs. 

Donald— IND-KCM 
Bushe, Miss S.L.K.,— CMS 
Buttray, Mr. & Mrs. Stan- 
ley,— CCCM 
Chandler, Miss M. F., — 

SPG 
Chappell, Miss Constance, 

— UCC(IBC) 
Chappell, Miss Mary, — 

UCC(IBC) 
Cheney, Miss Alice,— MC 

(IBC) 
Clark, Rev. & Mrs. Edward 

M.-PN(IBC) 
Clark, Rev. & Mrs., 

Kenneth W.— HiBA 
Clarke, Miss Elizabeth, — 

MC(IBC) 
Connely, Rev. & Mrs. 

Frank H.-SBC 
Cosens, Miss Margarite, — 

MC(IBC) 
Crabtree, Mr. & Mrs. 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



283 



Robert— TN 
Cryderman, Rev. Dale,— 

YFC 
Dail, Miss Lucy Marie,— 

MC(IBC) 
Daniels, Misses Mabel E., 

& Ruth R. — IND 
Daugherty, Miss Lena G., 

— PN(IBC) 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. Harri- 
son R. S. Jr.,-GN 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. Rendell 

A.-PN(IBC) 
Dawkins, Rev. & Mrs. 

Charles— ULCA 
Dean, Miss Barbara, — 

TEAM 
Downs, Rev. & Mrs. Dar- 

ley,-ABCFM(IBC) 
Dozier, Mrs. C. K.,— SBC 
Dozier, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edwin B.,— SBC 
Durboraw, Miss Esther, — 

ULCA 
Eckel, Rev. & Mrs.,-CN 
Edgerton, Miss Daisy, — 

UCMS 
Eikamp, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arthur R. — CG 



Eimon, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harold,-ELC 
Eitel, Dr. & Mrs. K. F.,— 

LM 
Eldridge, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

H., SDA 
Elmer, Miss Ruth,— EUB 

(IBC) 
Engeman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harry— EMCA 
Faber, Mr. & Earnest,— 

CCCM 
Fairfield, Mr. & Mrs. John 

F.-ABCFM(IBC) 
Falck, Miss Elizabeth H., 

—PEC 
Feil, Rev. Paul,— ULCA 
Fielder, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gerald,-SBC 
Finrow, Miss Patricia,— 

TEAM 
Firebaugh, Miss Martha E., 

— PN(IBC) 
Flaherty, Mr. & Mrs. 

Theodore E., RCA(IBC) 
Foreman, Miss Alice,— 

CBFMS 
Foreman, Mr. Burton V., 

-PN(IBC) 



284 



DIRECTORIES 



Fosnot, Miss Pearl— MC 

(IBC) 
Foster, Miss Mary C— MC 

(IBC) 
Foster, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

— FEGC 
Fox, Rev. & Mrs. Roger, 

-FEGC 
Fowler, Mr. & Mrs. J. 

Earl,— PEC 
Foxwell, Rev. & Mrs. 

Philip R.,— 1BPFM 
Fridell, Rev. & Mrs.,— 

ABFMS 
Fukase, Mr. Tsutomu, — 

WT 
Gallegar, Miss Arlie, — 

TEAM 
Galloway, Mrs. Lorraine, — 

BPT 
Gano, Mr. & Mrs.— 

ABFMS 
Garner, Miss Verna Mae, 

— SDA 
Gardiner, Miss Ernestine 

W.,— PEC 
Gerhard, Dr. & Mrs. 

Robert H., E&R(IBC) 
Givens, Miss Anna— MC 



■ 



(IBC) 
Goen, Rev. & Mrs. Donald 

-CG 
Gortzen, Miss Delna 

TEAM 
Good, Dr. & Mrs. Harold, 

—TEAM 
Graham, Mr. & Mrs. 

Lloyd B.-UCC(IBC) 
Guenther, Rev. & Mrs. H., 

— JCGM 
Hailstone, Miss M. E., 

SPG 
Hamilton, Miss Gertrude,— 

UCC(IBC) 
Hammer, Rev. & Mrs. R. 

J.-CMS 
Hanaoka, Mr. Kameichi,— 

WT 
Hare wood, Captain Elwyn 

G.-SA 
Harker, Rowland,— IND 
Hartwig, Miss Irmgard, — 

JCGM 
Haslett, Mr. & Mrs. 

Donald— WT 
Hatori, Akira., JEMS 

(POBC) 
Havlick, Miss Dorothy,— 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



285 



PN(IBC) 
Heidecker, Miss May,— 

FEGC 
Heim, Rev. Kenneth E.,— 

PEC 
Hendricks, Rev. & Mrs. K. 

C.-UCMS (1BC) 
Herbst, Miss Ruth,— ELC 
Hilburn, Rev. & Mrs. 

Sam M., MC(IBC) 
Hilliard, Rev. & Mrs. 

Warren I.,— SDA 
Hinchman, Rev. & Mrs. 

B.L.— ABFMS 
Hoagland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Alan,— ALM 
Hoh, Rev. David,— ULCA 
Hoke, Rev. & Mrs. Donald, 

—TEAM 
Holritz, Mr. Bernard E., — 

EAM(POBC) 
Holzwarth, Mr. Richard J., 

-GI 
Horning, Miss Edith, — 

UCG(IBG) 
Huddle, Rev. & Mrs. B., 

Paul— ULCA 
Huey, Mr. Raymond E., — 

OMS 



Huff, Rev. & Mrs. H. F., 

— UCMS(IBC) 
Hughes, Miss Hazel,— 

UCMS(IBC) 
Hughes, Mr. Lee B.-MC 

(IBC) 
Hughes, Miss Mabel— TN 
Hunter, Miss Jean,— BPT 
Ike, Rev. & Mrs. Lester,— 

OMS 
Ikenouye, Mr. Iwao.— YFC 
Irvine, Miss Bessie N., — 

SDA 
Jamieson, Rev. Norman, — 

YFC 
Jarvis, Dr. & Mrs. Fred,— 

TEAM 
Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. Louis 

F.,— EMCA 
Johnson, Miss Bonnevieve 

M.,— EMCA 
Johnson, Miss Mary, — 

IBPFM 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harold I.-WM 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 

—OMS 
Juten, Miss Shirley,— EUB 

(IBC) 



286 



DIRECTORIES 



Kaasa, Mr. Thomas H., 

—PEG 
Kamikawa, Rev. & Mrs.— 

UCMS(IBC) 
Kaneshiro, Miss Kimiko,— 

FEGG 
Karen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Artturi,— LEAF 
Kellerman, Miss Jean, — 

EUB(IBC) 
Kempton, Mr. Charles,— 

OMS 
Kitchen, Rev. & Mrs. Ted., 

— MC(IBC) 
Klassen, Miss Bernice,— 

TEAM 
Kleinjans, Mr. & Mrs. 

Everett,— RCA(IBC) 
Knabe, Miss Elizabeth,— 

ABFMS 
Knudten, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arthur C.,— ULCA 
Koets, Miss Magdalena, — 

CRJM 
Korver, Mr. & Mrs. 

Ronald G., RCA(IBC) 
Koski, Miss Beatrice, — 

FEGG 
Kramer, Miss Lois F., — 



EUB(IBC) 
Krauss, Miss Anne. 

IBPFM 
Kreps, Mr. & Mrs. Homei 

— CBFMS 
Kreps, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie, 

— MG(IBC) 
Kristerson, Miss Ruth, — 

EMGA 
Krueger, Miss Naomi, 

E&R(IBC) 
Kuehl, Mr. & Mrs. Delbert, 

—TEAM 
Lafe, Rev. Chet— YFC 
Landis, Janell J., E&R(IBC) 
Langland, Miss Violet, — 

UGG(IBC) 
Laug, Mr. & Mrs. George, 

—TEAM 
Lawson, Miss Dorothy M., 

— PN(IBG) 
Leonard, Rev. & Mrs. 

Clifford-NTM 
Leeman, Rev. (M. D.) 

Judson S.,— PEC 
Lehman, Mr. Gene,— PEC 
Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

David,— ALM 
Lindstrom, Miss Shirley,— 






MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



287 



EMCA 

Long, Brigadier & Mrs. 

Arthur G.,— SA 
Long, Mr. & Mrs. Win- 

throp A.,— YMCA 
Loveless, Miss Marion, — 

FEGC 
Luginsland, Miss Helene, 

— LM 
Lund, Rev. Norman,— SSM 
Lundeen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Milton,— ALM 
Makkonen, Miss Sarah, — 

SSM 
Martin, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edward,— NTM 
Mass, Miss M. A.,— OMF 
Massengill, Miss Mary Lou, 

-SBC 
Matthewson, Miss Mildred 

E.-UCC(IBC) 
May, Mrs. Frances, — 

TEAM 
Mayer, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

S.-EUB(IBC) 
McAlpine, Mr. & Mrs. 

Loren,— TEAM 
McCall, Mr. & Mrs. Loren, 

-TEAM 



McCrimmon, Miss Mary, 

-UCC(IBC) 
McKay, Rev. & Mrs. Bart- 

lett— CN 
McKenzie, Mr. & Mrs. 

Arthur P.— UCC(IBC) 
McLain, Miss Lulu Marie 

— MC(IBG) 
McLeroy, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robin-FEGC 
Meek, Miss Martha Emma 

-MC(IBC) 
Mendl, Wolf,— AFSG 
Merritt, Rev. Richard A., 

—PEG 
Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. Alex- 

ander,-ULGA 
Miho, Fumie,— AFSC 
Mills, Rev. Ed ,-YFC 
Millard, Elder & Mrs. 

Francis R.,— SDA 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Keith, 

-TEAM 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. 

Thomas,— TEAM 
Moe, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur 

J.-FEGC 
Morley, Rev. Christopher, 

Jr.-PEC 



288 



DIRECTORIES 



Morris, Miss Margaret 

Geneva— MC(IBC) 
Moss, Rev. & Mrs. John, 

— MC(IBC) 
Mueller, Mr. & Mrs. 

Robert-TEAM 
Mundinger, Miss Dora,— 

JCGM 
Munroe, Miss Ruth M.,— 

SDA 
Murata, Rev. & Mrs. Her- 
bert— FEGC 
Munsterberg, Mr. & Mrs. 

Hugo— PEC 
Nader, Miss Esther, — 

TEAM 
Neff, Mr. Dale R.-OMS 
Nelson, Miss Ada,— ABFMS 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Andrew N.,— SDA 
Nelson, Mr. & Mrs. Don, 

—TEAM 
Nelson, Miss Drade,— ELC 
Neumann, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman,— ELC 
Newbrander, Rev. & Mrs. 

Virgil-FEGC 
Nishi, Rev. Shunji F.,— 

PEC 



Noel, Mr. & Mrs. B., AFSC 
Nordstrom, Miss Elaine, 

— BGCA 
Noteshelfer, Mr. & Mrs. J. 

Karl— TEAM 
Nuding, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman H.,— ULCA 
Oehler, Rev. & Mrs. H.,- 

GEAM 
Oldridge, Miss Mary Belle, 

— MC(IBC) 
Oltman, Mr. & Mrs. Paul 

V.,— PN(IBC) 
Overland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman — FM 
Paine, Miss Mildred Anne, 

MC(IBC) 
Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. 

Peyton L.— MC(IBC) 
Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman— MC(IBC) 
Pape, Rev. & Mrs. W. H., 

— OMF 
Patterson, Rev. & Mrs. 

James,— BGCA 
Patton, Mr. & Mrs. And- 
rew— CCCM 
Perry Mr. Charles E., 

PEC 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



289 



Persson, Rev. & Mrs., I 

Folke,— SEMJ(SMJ) 
Peters, Miss Jean,— UCC j 

(IBC) 
Pettitt, Mr. Leon— WT 
Phillips, Snr. -Major Doro 

thy D.-SA 
Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 

ICRF 
Pietsch, Rev. & Mrs. 

Timothy,— IND 
Pickering, Rev. & Mrs. F. 

L.— JRAM 
Placzek, Rev. & Mrs. 

Feank-FEGC 
Pond, Miss Helen M.,— 

PEC 
Rasmussen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Peter,— ULCA 
Reedy, Mr. Boyd— MC j 

(IBC) 
Register, Miss Kathleen, 

MC(IBC) 
Remahl, Miss Ragna,— 

LEAF 
Reasoner, Rev. & Mrs. 

Rollin, S. ,-FEGC 
Reese, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 

-FEGC 



Reid, Mr. & Mrs. John,— 

TEAM 
Rhoads, Miss Esther B., — 

AFSC 
Rhodes, Rev. Erroll F. W., 

—PEC 
Ribi, Mrs. H. Kurt,— 

IBPFM 
Richards, Rev. & Mrs. Joe, 

— M 
Ridley, Rev. & Mrs. R. 

Walter,— UGG(IBG) 
Rigmark, Rev. & Mrs. K. 

William,— EMCA 
Rittenhouse, Miss Jane, — 

AFSC 
Robertson, Mr. & Mrs.,— 

— TN" 
Robertson, Rev. & Mrs. S. 

D.-UCC(IBC) 
Roesti, Miss Magdalene, — 

— LM 
Ross, Rev. Myron V 

E&R(IBC) 
Rossman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Vein,— UCMS(IBC) 
Roth, Mr. & Mrs. Charles 

K.-ASC 
Salter, Miss Bessie, — ELG 



290 



DIRECTORIES 






Sanoden, Rev. & Mrs. 

Russel— ELC 
Sarjeant, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

—TEAM 
Saunders, Miss Violet, — 

UCC(IBC) 
Savolainen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Paavo,— LEAF 
Sawada, Rev. & Mrs. Ben, 

— MC(IBC) 
Schmidt, Miss Dorothy, — 

PN(IBC) 
Schone, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

TEAM 
Scott, Mr. Richard— TN 
Scruten, Miss Fern, — UCC 

(IBC) 
Seely, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur, 

—TEAM 
Selvey, Miss Esther, — MC 

(IBC) 
Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard, 

— FEGC 
Shelton, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arthur— OMS 
Shepherd, Rev. & Mrs. 

Doyle M. ,— CN 
Shiver, Miss Mavis, — SBC 
Shorrock, Rev. & Mrs. 



Uld, 

° 



HallamC.-UCMS(IBC) 
Siebert, Rev. & Mrs. 

Johnny— FEGC 
Sims, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 

— CCCM 
Silfwerbrand, Rev. G. 

lND(SMJ) 
Skillman, Mr. & Mrs. John 

H.,— MC(IBC) 
Skoog, Rev. & Mrs. Ronald, 

— BGCA 
Spear, Miss Diora,— UCMS 

(IBC) 
Smith, Miss I. Webster,— 

JEB(IVCF) 
Smith, Miss Lucy E.,— 

SBC 
Smith, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 

M.,— PEC 
Smith, Rev. & Mrs. 

Nathan,— CG 
Soltau, Rev. & Mrs. 

Addison P.,— IBPFM 
Sorenson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Morris, — ELC 
Stark, Miss Kerstin,— 

SEMJ(SMJ) 
Starn , Miss Pauline, UCM 
(IBC) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



291 



Stenberg, Rev. & Mrs. ; 

Kenneth,— ELC 
Stermer, Miss Dorothy,— 

TEAM 
Stokes, Miss Lucy Belle,— 

SBC 
Stout, Miss Dorothy J., — 

PEC 
Strohm, Miss Elsbeth,— 

JCGM 
Suttie, Miss E. Gwen, — 

UCC(IBC) 
Sutton, Rev. Robert L.,-~ 

CRJM 
Swain, Rev. & Mrs. David 

L., MC(IBC) 
Sweetman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leonard,— CRJM 
Swendseid, Rev. & Mrs. 

Douglas— ELC 
Syphers, Dr. & Mrs. Irwin, 

-SDA 
Sytsma, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard— CRJM 
Tanigawa, Miss Elsie, — WT 
Taylor, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 

— CCCM 
Toma, Mr. & Mrs. Shintaro 

J.,-WT 



Thomas, Miss Wilna G.,— 

UCC(IBC) 
Thornton, Mr. & Mrs. 

William,— TEAM 
Trott, Miss D. E.— SPG 
Trueman, Miss Margaret, 

-UCC(IBC) 
Tuff, Miss Evelyn,— ELC 
VanderBilt, Rev. & Mrs. 

Maas,— CRJM 
Van Dolson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leo R.,— SDA 
Van Wyk, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gordon J.,— RCA(IBC) 
Vereide, Miss Aslaug, — 

NMA 
Yiall, Rt. Rev. Kenneth 

A.,— SSJE 
von Reiswitz, Miss Ursula, 

-JCGM 
Walbert, Rev. & MRS. 

Clement,— BGCA 
Waldin, Miss Margaret, — 

TEAM 
Walters, Mr. & Mrs. Rus- 
sell— TEAM 
Warkentyne, Mr. Henry 

J.,— UCC(IBC) 
Walker, Mr. & Mrs. 



292 



DIRECTORIES 




Wesley,— IND-KCM 
Webber, Dr. & Mrs. 

Alfred B. (M. D.),— SDA 
Weber, Mr. & Mrs. James, 

— CBFMS 
Weiss, Rev. & Mrs. William 

G.,-PN(IBC) 
Weitzel, Rev. William, — 

PEC 
Wells, Miss Lillian A.,— 

PN(IBC) 
Wenger, Mrs. Mary,— ASC 
Wildermuth, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wesley— OMS 
Winans, Mr. Edward J.,— 

MC(IBC) 
Wolfe, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gordon,— WM 
Wolgemuth, Rev. Samuel, 

— YFC 
White, Miss Sarah G.,— 

PEC 
Whybray, Rev. Roger N., 

—PEC 
Wigglesworth, Miss Anne 

E.,— IBPFM 
Wilkinson, Miss M.,— SPG 
Williamson, Rev. Wayne 

B.-PEC 



Winn, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

R.,— PN(IBC) 
Woods, Dr. & Mrs. Neal 

C. (M. D.),— SDA 
Woolley, Mr. A. K.,— SPG 
Wright, Mr. & Mrs. R.J., 

-IND 
Wyatt, Miss C. E. M.,— 

SPG 
Yeadon, Miss H. Marjorie, 

UCC(IBC) 
Yearick, Rev. & Mrs* 

Homer F. — E&R(IBC) 
Young, Rev. & Mrs. John 

M. L.-IBPFM 
Zinke, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert, 

— CBFMS 

TOKOROZAWA SHI (Sai- 
tama Ken) 

McPhail, Mr. & Mrs. 
John L.-NTM 



TOKUSHIMA 


SHI ( 


Toku- 


shima Ken) 






Baggs, Miss 


Mabel 


c.,- 


CMS 






Boyle, Rev. & Mrs. 


W. P., 


-PS 






Clarke, Miss 


Eunice 


G.,- 



JEB 
Coleman, Rev. Robert H., 

-PEC 
Savary, Rev. R. N., & Mrs. 

-MSCC 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lewis H., Jr.-PS 

TOTTORI SHI (Tottori 
Ken) 

Elder, Rev. & Mrs. Wm, 
— MC(IBC) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 
NEOM 



293 



UJI YAMADA SHI (Mie 
Ken) 

Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Glen, 
-PN(IBC) 



UBE SHI (Yamaguchi Ken) 

Dale, Rev. & Mrs. Kenneth 
J.-ALM 

UEDA MURA (Akita Ken) 

Walter, Miss Helen, — 
CBFMS 



UEDA SHI (Nagano Ken) 

Clench, Miss Marguerite, 

-MSCC 
Engebretsen, Miss Gudrun, 

—NEOM 
Hamilton, Miss Florence, — 

MSCC 
Knutsen, Miss Astri, — 

NEOM 
Svendsen, Miss Anna, — 



UNEBI MACHI (Nara Ken) 

Hughes, Mrs. Marie,— JAM 

URAWA SHI (Saitama 
Ken) 

Ford, Mr. & Mrs. Einar, 

-EFCA 
Wright, Rev. & Mrs. 

Morris J.,— SBJ 

USHIBUKA SHI (Kuma- 
moto Ken) 

Greyall, Mr. Arthur— ASC 

UTSUNOMIYA SHI (To- 
chigi Ken) 

Allen, Rev. Shelton,— 

FEGC 
Baum, Rev. Bill-FEGC 
Hereford, Miss Nannie M., 

-PN(IBC) 
Kroeker, Miss Ann,— PAC 
Latta, Miss Jean,— PAC 
Morris, Mr. & Mrs. A. J., 

— CJPM 



294 



DIRECTORIES 






Smith, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 
— FEGC 



Grubbs, Rev. Thomas W., 
-PN(IBC) 



WATARI CHO (Miyagi YANAI SHI (Yamaguchi 



Ken) 

Mcllwaine, Rev. & Mrs. 
R. Heber— OPC 



Ken) 

Setterholm, Rev. & Mr 
Paul,— ALM 



WAKAYAMA SHI (Waka- YAO SHI (Osaka FU) 



yama Ken) 

Combs, Miss Marion — 

SCBM 
Grier, Rev. & Mrs. Louis, 

— PN(IBC) 
Sandberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Erik,— OMSS(SMJ) 

YAIZU SHI (Shizuoka Ken) 

Knutson, Rev. & Mrs. 
Alton,— ELC 

YAMAGATA SHI (Yama- 
guchi Ken) 

Huttenlock, Mr. & Mrs. 

George-CBFMS 
Kiper^ Miss Sarah June,— 

CBFMS 
Meeke, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph, 

—CBFMS 

YAMAGUCHI SHI (Yama- 
gata Ken) 



Eriksson, Miss Linnes,— 

OMSS(SMJ) 
Klemensson, Miss Gudrun 

— OMSS(SMJ) 



YAWATA CHO (Aichi Ken 

Calcote, Rev. & Mrs. Ralp 

V.,— SBC 
Luke, Rev. & Mrs. Perc 

T.,-JEB 



YOKKAICHI SHI (Mie 
Ken) 

Smith, Miss Jane D.-MM 

Whewall, Miss Elizabeth 

A.,— MM 



YOKOHAMA SHI (Kana 
gawa Ken) 
Aldridge, Miss Ruth,— 

WUMS 
Alsup, Miss Alice— MC 

(IBC) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOVVNS 



295 



Arneson, Rev. Jacob.,— PN 
Axelson, Miss Alva,— SFM 

(SMJ) 
Barns, Miss Helen, — MC 

(IBC) 
Ballantyne, Miss Mary,— 

WUMS 
Beath, Mr. & Mrs. Sterling, 

— ABFMS 
Bergold, Miss Sofia,— SFM 

(SMJ) 
Best, Rev. & Mrs. Sydney, 

-FEGC 
Bidmeade, Miss Joyce, — 

WT 
Bird, Mr. & Mrs. M. C.,— 

SDA 
Bond, Miss Dorothy, — 

FEGC 
Borge, Rev. Peter,— PM 
Calder, Miss Marguerite, — 

ABFMS 
Ghrisander, Miss Marga- 

reta-SFM(SMJ) 
Dearn, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon 

WT 
Degelman, Mr. & Mrs. O. 

R. ,— TEAM 
DeMaagd, Rev. Mrs. John 



C.,-RCA(IBC) 

Engholm, Mr. & Mrs. 

Duane— FEGC 
Eriksson, Miss Astrid, — 

SFM(SMJ) 
Hamlin, Rev. & Mrs. 

Eugene A.,— SDA 
Hardley, Mr. & Mrs. 

Robert— ASC 
Harmelink, Miss Fenita, — 

RCA(IBC) 
Hestikind, Rev^ Harold N., 

— PN 
Horton, Rev. & Mrs. Fred 

M.,— SBC 
Hyde, Miss Audrey,— WT 
Hyde, Miss Jean,— WT 
Jennings, Mr. & Mrs. Ray- 
mond,— ABFMS 
Joerneman, Miss Brita,— 

SFM(SMJ) 
Kalling, Miss Ruth,— 

ABFMS 
King, Mrs. Peggy — 

WUMS 
Kubo, Miss Rowena,— 

FEGC 
Lang, Rev. & Mrs. Ernst,— 

EUB(IBC) 



296 



DIRECTORIES 




Lant, Miss Mary Jo,— 

TEAM 
Lean, Miss Ruby,— WT 
Lind, Rev. & Mrs. Ingemar, 

— SFM(SMJ) 
Manierre, Mr. & Mrs. 

Stanley— ABFMS 
Marsh, Miss Edna,— WT 
Marsh, Miss Lois,— WUMS 
Matheson, Mr. & Mrs. 

Robert— FEGC 
Meyer, Mr. & Mrs. John 

F.,— Hi-BA 
Meynardie, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robert E.,— ULCA 
Nicholson, Rev. & Mrs. 

John— ABFMS 
Norland, Mr. & Mrs. YOKOSUKA SHI (Kana- 



Reimer, Rev. & Mrs. 

Willard,— FEGC 
Searle, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce, 

-WT 
Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Clarence,— FEGC 
Sweet, Rev. & Mrs. Leo- 
nard, E., — FEGC 
Waddington, Mr. Richard, 

-ABFMS 
Wilhelmsson, Miss Thyra, 

— SFM(SMJ) 
Young, Mr. & Mrs. 

Clarence— FEGC 
Zander, Miss Helen R., — 

RCA(IBC) 



Bernhard,— NMA 



gawa Ken) 



Osborn, Miss Allison- \ Beasley, Mr. & Mrs. James, 



—ABFMS 
Painton, Miss Margaret, — 

WT 
Park, Miss Evalyn— WT 
Prinsell, Miss Edna, — 

FEGC 
Prudehl, Miss Erika,— WT 
Quisenberry, Mr. & Mrs. 

Bill,-ASC 



—TEAM 
Luttio, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 

— ELC 
Stevens, Miss Catherine B., 

— MC(IBC) 
Thompson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Everett W., MC(IBC) 

YONEZAWA SHI (Yama- 
gata Ken) 



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Benson, Mr. & Mrs. Benny, YUKI SHI (Ibaragi Ken) 



-CBFMS 
McCune, Mr., & Mrs. 
George,— CBFMS 

YUASA SHI (Wakayama 
Ken) 

Kolbenson, Miss Bertha — 
SCBM 

YUZAWA SHI (Akita Ken) 



Vatter, Mr. & Mrs. Ernst, 
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ZENTSUJI (Kagawa Ken) 
Cain, Rev. Benson, — PS 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Guy 

S.-PS 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. L.W., 

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Krause, Miss Dorothy,— ZUSHI SHI (Kanagawa 



CBFMS 
Quimby, Miss Jean, — 

CBFMS 
Winter, Miss Peggy,— 

CBFMS 



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Neufeld, Miss Bertha,— 

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WITH ADDRESSES 



Aaby, Mr. & Mrs. Ogden L., 1953, 
SDA— 171 Amanuma 1 Chome, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-5161). 

Aakerberg, Rev. & Mrs. Henning 
(China), L949, MCCS(SMJ)— Ajino, 
Kojima Shi, Okayama Ken. (Tel. 
Kojima 24). 

Aamodt, Rev. & Mrs. Conrad, 1951, 
ELC— 347 Sumiyoshi Cho, Kami- 
kanuku, Numazu Shi, Shizuoka 
Ken. 

Aasland, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 1954, 
ELC — 21 Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 94-0835). 

Abrahams, Mr. & Mrs. D.J., 1952, 
OMF— 85-6 Honcho, Shizunai 
Machi, Hidaka, Hokkaido. 

Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 1951, 
ASC — 131-1 Omagari, Tsubuku, 
Horn Machi, Kurume Shi, Fukuoka 
Ken. 






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Adams, Rev. & Mrs. Evyn, 1951, 
MC(IBC)— Kita Odori 6 Chome, 
Sapporo Shi, Hokkaido. 

Adams, Miss Marie (China), 1950, 
MC(IBC)— Tokyo Woman's Chris- 
tian College, 124 Iogi Machi 3 
Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
39-5522). 

Adams, Dr. & Mrs. Roy P., 1916, 
1954, OMS- 391 Kashiwaki 3 
Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
37-3664). 

Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Warren, 1949, 
TEAM— (Furlough 55-56) c/o W. F. 
Adams, 301 Durham, New West- 
minster, B. C, Dominion of 
Canada. 

Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Willis, 1950, 
TEAM— (Furlough 55-56) c/o Anton 
Anderson, Rt. #1, Junction City, 
Wisconsin, U. S. A. 

Aderholdt, Miss Virginia D., 1936, 
ULCA— (Furlough 55-56) Kyushu 
Jogakuin, Shimizu Machi, Kuma- 
moto Shi. (Tel. Kumamoto 5375). 
Aho, Miss lima R. (China), 1953, 
SSM— 2210 Sanno 2 Chome, Ota 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 76-4209). 



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Airo, Miss Jenni, 1907, LEAF— 4-185 

Denenchofu, Ota Ku, Tokyo. 
Akard, Miss Martha B., 1914, ULCA 
—(Furlough 55-56). Kyushu Jogaku- 
in, Shimizu Machi, Kumamoto Shi. 
(Tel. Kumamoto 5375). 
Aldridge, Miss Ruth, 1952, WUMS— 
221 Yamate Machi, Chuo Ku, Yoko- 
hama Shi. 
Allen, Mr. & Mrs. Phillip, 1953, 
TEAM— 2501 Karuizawa Machi, 
Nagano Ken. 
Allen, Rev. Shelton, 1952, FEGC— 
717 Imaizumi Cho 7 Chome, Utsuno- 
miya Shi, Tochigi Ken. 
Allen, Miss Thomasine, 1915, ABFMS 
— Kuji Christian Center, Kuji 
Machi, Iwate Ken. (Tel. Kuji 25). 
Allum, Miss Iris, 1951, MC(IBC)— 
75 Okada Machi, Kumamoto Shi. 
Almefors, Rev. & Mrs. Eric W., 
1 95 1 , SEMJ(SMJ)-(Furlough)- 
SMJM's Exp., Brunnsgatan 4, Illtr., 
Stockholm, Sweden. 
Alsdorf, Rev. & Mrs. Howard A., 
1938, ULCA-(Furlough '55). 35 
Suizenji Honmachi, Kumamoto Shi, 
(Tel. 2105). 



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Alston, Miss Charlotte, 1955, MC 
(IBC) — Hiroshima Jogakuin, 49 
Kaminagarekawa Cho, Hiroshima 
Shi. (Tel. 4-2826). 

Alsup, Miss Alice (China), 1952, MC 
(IBC)— Seibi Gakuen, 124 Maita 
Machi, Minami Ku, Yokohama 
Shi. (Tel. 3-7363). 

Althouse, Miss Sue S., 1955, PN(IBC) 
— Hokuriku Gakuin, 10 Kami Kaki- 
nobatake, Kanazawa Shi, Ishikawa 
Ken. (Tel. 2-0763). 

Andaas, Mr. & Mrs. Arnfinn, 1951, 
NEOM— Soma Shi, Fukushima 
Ken. 

Anderson, Miss Irene, 1928, EUB 
(IBC) — 95 Shimizu Dai, Koriyama 
Shi, Fukushima Ken. (Tel. 1687). 

Anderson, Miss Mildred, 1951, JEM 
— Minato-cho 3 Chome, Kashiwa- 
zaki Shi, Niigata Ken. 

Anderson, Miss Myra P., 1922, MC 
(IBC)— Hiroshima Jogakuin, 49 
Kaminagarekawa Cho, Hiroshima 
Shi. (Tel. 4-2826) 

Andersson, Rev. & Mrs. Evert 
(China), 1951, SFM(SMJ)— (Fur- 
lough)— Taborfoersamlingen, Sve- 



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agatan 12, Tranas, Sweden. 
Andersson, Miss Martha, 1952, SUM 

(SMJ)~ 17 Hikage, Shirakawa Shi, 

Fukushima Ken. 
Anderrson, Miss Thali (China), 1951, 

SAMJ(SMJ)— (Furlough)— Box 50, 

Annerstad, Sweden. 
Ando, Mr. Kiichi, native, POBG— 

c/o Fukuin Dendo Kyodan, 

Tsutsumi, Sukagawa Shi. 
Ankeney, Mrs. Alfred, 1923, E & R 

(IBQ— 60 Kozenji Dori, Sendai Shi. 

(Tel. 2-7439). 
Anspach, Rev. & Mrs. Paul Parker 

Jr., 1950, ULC A— (Furlough '55) 

389 Izumi Machi, Isahaya Shi, 

Nagasaki Ken. 
Archer, Mr. & Mrs. Sam, 1952, 

TEAM— 346 Eifuku Cho, Suginami 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Archibald, Miss Margaret 1928, PS— 

Kinjo College, Smythe Hall, Omori, 

Moriyama Cho, Higashi Kyoku 

Kunai, Nagoya Shi. (Tel. Nagoya 

Shigai, Omori, 53-Ko). 
Armstrong, Miss Margaret (retir- 
ed), 1903, UCC(IBC)— 274 Sogawa 

Cho, Toyama Shi. (Tel. 4090). 



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Arnesen, Rev. Jacob, 1954, PM— 

P. O. Box 203, Yokohama Shi. 
Arneson, Miss Andeline, 1952, ELG— 

377 Sumiyoshi Cho, Kamikanuki, 

Shizuoka Ken. 
Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Paul D., 1952, 

ELC— 35 Higashi Takasu Dori, 

Kariya, Kariya Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Ray D., 1951, 

BBF— 328 Nobuto Cho, 3 Chome, 

Chiba Shi. 
Arvefjord, Rev. & Mrs. S., 1952, 

MCGS(SMJ)— Swedish Mission, 

Asahi Machi, Kurashiki Shi. (Tel. 

Kurashiki 2490). 
Asayama, Miss Asano, 1954, WT — 

153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, Nagoya 

Shi. 
Aske, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. (R. N.) 

Sigurd (China), 1950, LFCN— 48 

Takigatani, Shioya Cho, Tarumi 

Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Tarumi 3187). 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Curtis D., 1949, 

SBC— 352 Nishi Okubo 2 Chome, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562). 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Donald R., 

1954, BPT— Mizuho Machi, Nishi- 

tama Gun, Tokyo. 



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Askew, Rev. & Mrs. M. E., 1951, 

BPT — Mizuho Machi, Nishitama 

Gun, Tokyo. 
Aspberg, Mrs. Ingrid (China), 1950, 

SEOM(SMJ)— (On Furlough). Mis- 

sionaershemet, Duvbo, Sundbyberg 

2, Sweden. 
Attaway, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, 1952, 

ICEF — 146 Nishiyama Cho, Ashiya 

Shi, Hyogo Ken. 
Attwater, Miss V., 1951, JIM— C/o 

Nagahama Post Office, Nagahama 

Shi, Shiga Ken. 
Auw, Rev. & Mrs. Hugh C. Jr., 1951, 

MSL— 2 Irifune Cho 9 Chome, 

Otaru, Hokkaido. 
Auxt, Miss Dorothy J., 1951, ULCA— 

2077 Suwada Cho 2 Chome, Ichi- 

kawa Shi, Chiba Ken. (Tel. Ichi- 

kawa 5455). 
Avison, Miss Margaret L., 1953, UCC 

(IBQ— 5090 Motojoya Machi, Kofu 

Shi. (Tel. Kofu 5451). 
Axelson, Miss Alva (China), 1951, 

SFM(SMJ)— 1160 Kamiozo, Enzan 

Shi, Yamanashi Ken. 
Axelson, Rev. & Mrs. Goesta (Tibet), 

1951, SFM(SMJ)— (Furlough)— 

Smyrna, Aelvaengen, Sweden, 






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Baggs, Miss Mabel C., 1925, CMS— 
47 Minami Sako Machi 8 Chome, 
Tokushima Shi. 

Bagnall, Miss Grace (N.Z., Autralia), 
1950, WT— Yamatc Dori 1 Chome, 
Higashi Tarumi Cho, Tarumi Ku, 
Kobe. 

Bahler, Miss M. (China), 1952, OMF 
Kita 3 Higashi 3 Chome, Kitami 
Shi, Hokkaido. 

Bailey, Miss Barbara May, 1919, MC 
(IBC)— 11 Konno Cho, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 40-0649). 

Bailey, Miss Hazel. 1953, AAMS— 51 
Hommachi 5 Chome, Toyonaka, 
Osaka Fu. 

Baird, Miss Dorothy, 1953, JEB— 
(On Sick Leave), c/o Japan Evange- 
listic Band, 19 John Street, London. 
W.C. 1, England. 

Bakken, Miss Berte, 1950, FCM— 
Katsuyama Shi, Fukui Ken. 

Baldwin, Rev. & Mrs. Walter P., 
1950, PS— (Furlough to Oct. '55). 
1/31 Maruya Cho 4 Chome, Showa 
Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. Mizuho (8) 4170). 



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Ballantyne, Miss Mary, 1936, WUMS 
221 Yamate Machi, Chuo Ku, Yoko- 
hama Shi. 

Balzer, Rev. & Mrs. David, 1954, 
MB— 59 Sompachi Cho, 4 Jo Dori 
Ishibashi Soen, Ikeda Shi, Osaka 
Fu. (Tel. Ikeda 210). 

Bandel, Miss Myrtle Elizabeth, 1953, 
MC(IBC)— 68 Kubo Cho, Onomichi 
Shi, Hiroshima Ken. 

Barber, Miss D. E., 1955, OMF— 54 
Matsubara Cho, Aomori Shi, Ao- 
mori Ken. 

Barker, Rev. & Mrs. Robert S., 1947, 
PN(IBC)— Nishi 6 Chome, Kita 
7-Jo, Sapporo Shi, Hokkaido. 

Barksdale, Rev. & Mrs. John O., 
1951, PS— (Furlough 55) 167 Josei 
Cho, Marugame Shi, Kagawa Ken. 
(Tel. Marugame 903). (P.O. Box 
330, Nashville 1, Tennessee). 

Barlow, Miss Hannah, 1951, SBC— 
Seinan Jogakuin, Itozu, Kokura 
Shi. 

Barnhart, Miss Esther, 1951, ULCA— 
Ji-ai-en, Kuwamizu Machi, Kuma- 
moto Shi. (Tel, 3509), 






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Barns, Miss Helen, 1921, MC(IBG)— 
Seibi Gakuen, 124 Maita Machi, 
Minami Ku, Yokohama Shi. (Tel. 
3-7363). 

Barrett, Rev. & Mrs. W. R., 1950, 
EUB(IBC)— (Furlough 55-56) 96 
Katsuragi Cho, Chiba Shi. (28 N. 
Wright Street, Naperville, Illinois, 
U.S.A.) 

Barry, Mr. & Mrs. W. Lloyd (N. Z., 
Australia), 1949, WT-1 Toyooka 
Cho, Shiba Mita Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

Bartel, Rev. & Mrs. Jonathan, 1952, 
MB— 7 Kasugade Cho, Naka 6 
Chome, Konohana Ku, Osaka Shi. 
(Tel. 46-0234). 

Bascom, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert E., 
1950, MC(IBC)-2 Shimo Shirokane 
Cho, Hirosaki Shi. (Tel. 1942). 
(Furlough 55-56). 

Batch, Miss E. F. M., 1954, OMF— 43 
Honcho, Hidaka Mombetsu, Hok- 
kaido. 

Baum, Rev. Bill, 1952, FEGG— 717 
Imaizumi Cho 7 Chome, Utsuno- 
miya Shi, Tochigi Ken. 

Bauman, Mr. & Mrs. E., 1953, JEM 
-r-Owaza Gosen, Gosen Shi, Niigata 
Ken. 






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Beabout, Miss Florence, 1950, 
CBFMS— (Furlough) 1079 Belvour 
Blvd., S. Euclid, Ohio U. S. A. 

Beach, Mrs. Vcrnus, 1954, NTM— 
31-2 Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

Bean, Miss Ruth (China), 1952, M— 

2 Kurogane Gho 8 Chome, Kushiro 
Shi, Hokkaido. 

Bears, Miss Kathleen, 1949, TEAM— 
(Furlough 54-55). 10030 Glovane St., 
El Monte, California, U. S. A. 

Beasley, Rev. & Mrs. James, 1951, 
TEAM— 34 Wakamatsu Cho 2 
Chome, Yokosuka Shi. (Tel. 2519). 

Beath, Mr. & Mrs. Sterling, (China), 

1948, ABFMS— Kanto Gakuin Uni- 
versity, Mutsuura, Kanazawa Ku, 
Yokohama Shi. (Tel. Yokohama 

3 9224). 

Beavor, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas (Eng- 
land), 1951, WT— Yamate Dori 1 
Chome, Higashi Tarumi Cho, 
Tarumi Ku, Kobe. 

Beck, Rev. & Mrs. (R.N.) CarlC, 

1949, M— (Furlough 55). 1601 So. 
Eighth St., Goshen, Indiana, U.S.A. 

Beck, Mr. Gotthold, 1953, LM— 758 
Izumi Cho, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 



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Becker, Miss Blanche, 1954, EFCA— 

5 Tojiin Nishimachi, Kamigyo Ku, 

Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijiin 4033). 
Becker, Mr. & Mrs. Delmar, 1947, 

TEAM— Hagiwara Machi, Masuda 

Gun, Gifu Ken. 
Bedell, Miss Mary (China), 1950, MC 

(IBC)— Hiroshima Jogakuin, 49 

Kaminagarekawa Gho, Hiroshima 

Shi. (Tel. 4-2826). 
Beecken, Rev. & Mrs. Herbert J., 

1950, E & R(1BC)— (Furlough 55-56). 

R. R. #1, Box 267, Elgin, Illinois, 

U.S.A. 
Bee, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1926, JEB- 

11 of 5 Shiomidai Gho, Suma Ku, 

Kobe Shi. 
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 1951, TEAM 

—(Furlough 53-?) Box 17, Wcbber- 

ville, Michigan, U. S. A. 
Benedict, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 1952, 

IGEF— 936 Waseda, Ushita Machi, 

Hiroshima Shi. 
Bennett, Mr. & Mrs. Dvvight, 1950, 

TEAM— 1-723 Shimoshimizu, Shi- 

mizu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Bennett, Rev. & Mrs. Merril S., 

1952, GN— 229 Oyama Gho, Tama- 

gawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

72-5667). 



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Benns, Miss Cellia A. (R. N.), 1949, 
MSCC — New Life Sanatorium, 
Obuse Machi, Kamitakai Gun, 
Nagano Ken. (Tel. Obuse 33). 

Benson, Mr. & Mrs. Bennie, 1952, 
CBFMS-5359 Sanno Cho, Yone- 
zawa Shi, Yamagata Ken. (Tel. 
1991). 

Benzinger, Miss Esther, 1952, LM— 
935 Kugahara Ma?hi, Ota Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 75-0211). 

Berg, Rev. & Mrs. Karl W., 1952, 
ALM— 115 Azuma Cho 1 Chome, 
Kure Shi, Hiroshima Ken. 

Berge, Miss Aagot, 1950, FCM— 27 
Shinbe, Takefu Shi, Fukui Ken. 

Bergeld, Miss Sofia (Mongolia), 1953, 
SFM(SMJ)— 451 Tsurumi Machi, 
Tsurumi Ku, Yokohama Shi. 

Bergh, Rev. & Mrs. Oliver, 1951, 
ELC— 84-6 Aza Horizaki, Handa 
Shi, Aichi. Ken. 

Bergt, Rev. & Mrs. Elmer J., 1951, 
MSL— 6 Kudan 2 Chome, Chiyoda 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Berkey, Mrs. Marguerite (China), 
1951, MC(IBC)— 8 Kitanagasa Dori 
4 Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 
2-2961). 






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Berner, Miss Marianne (USA), 1952, 
WT- 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 
Nagoya Shi. 

Best, Rev. & Mrs. Ernest E., 1950, 
MC(IBC)— (Furlough 55-56). 

Best, Rev. & Mrs. Sydney, 1951, 
FEGC— 104 Arai, Honmoku, Naka 
Ku, Yokohama. 

Bidmeade, Miss Joyce (Australia), 
1951, WT— 772 Shinohara Cho, 
Kohoku Ku, Yokohama Shi. 

Billow, Rev. & Mrs. William, 1954, 
ULCA— 303 Hyakunin Machi 3 
Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
35-2419). 

Bills, Mr. & Mrs. Alex, IND-CRM- 

(Furlough 55). 

Bird, Mr. & Mrs. M. C, 1954, SDA— 
1966 Kamikawai Machi, Hodogaya 
Ku, Yokohama. 

Bishop, Rev. Dan, 1953, BMM— Box 
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Bitsberger, Rev. Donald E., 1954, 
PEC — 131 Taishido, Setagaya Ku, 
Tokyo. 
Bjork, Rev. & Mrs. Dale W., 1952, 
BGCA— 2-11 Toyotama Kita, Neri- 
ma Ku, Tokyo. 
Black, Miss Alice, 1953, JGF— 152 
Bessho Cho, 1 Chome, Kishiwada 
Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Kishiwada 
1961). 
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 1953, 
FEGC — 30 Ochiai, Kurume-mura, 
Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. 
Kurume 22). 
Blake, Miss Mary Elizabeth, 1952, 
PS — Nankoryo, Kinjo College, 
Omori, Moriyama Shi, Aichi Ken. 
(Tel. Nagoya Shigai, Omori 53- 
Otsu). 
Blincoe, Elder & Mrs. Thomas H., 
1953, SDA — Japan Missionary Col- 
lege, Showa Machi, Chiba Ken. 
Blosser, Rev. & Mrs. (R. N.) Eugene 
(China), 1954, M— No. 1, 7 Jo, 
Minami 17 Chome, Obihiro Shi, 
Hokkaido. 
Boe, Rev. & Mrs. Kaare (China), 
1949, NLM— (Furlough 55). 46 
Motodaikumachi, Tottori Shi. 




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(Mongolia), 1951, SEMJ(SMJ)— 

(Furlough)— Bredaryd, Sweden. 
Rollback, Rev. & Mrs. Anthony, 

1952, CMA— P.O. Box 26 (60 Kitata 

Machi), Matsue Shi. 
Bollinger, Rev. & Mrs. Edward, 

1951, ABFMS— 1276 Harada, Toyo- 

naka Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Toyonaka 

4433). 
Bollman, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore G., 

1950, FEGC— 273 Horinouchi 1 

Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Bond, Miss Dorothy, 1954, FEGC— 

1 1 1 Hakuraku, Kanagawa Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217). 
Booth, Miss Ellen E., 1951, PEC— 

Rikkyo Jogakuin, 123 Kugayama 3 

Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Borchert, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 1928, 

PS— 87 Takajo Machi, Kochi Shi. 

(Tel. Kochi 2937). 
Borge, Rev. Peter, 1953, PM— 205 

Ozato Cho, Honmoku, Naka ku, 

Yokohama. 
Borgman, Mrs. Feme, 1952, ASC— 

Uekami Kita Machi, Makurazaki 

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Borror, Miss Doris, 1951, ASC— (Fur- 
lough) 1517 N. Fairview Ave., Bur- 
bank, California, U. S. A. (Horn- 
machi 2 Chome, Saeki Shi, Oita 
Ken). 

Boschman, Mr. La Verne, 1951, 
MM — Kobayashi Shi, Miyazaki 
Ken. 

Boschman, Mr. Paul, 1951, MM- 
Kobayashi Shi, Miyazaki Ken. 

Bost, Miss Ethel W. (China), 1949, 
MC(IBC)— Kwassui Jr. College, 12 
Higashi Yamate Cho, Nagasaki Shi. 
(Tel. 1416). 

Bostrom, Mr. George E., 1951, TN— 
1770 Kamitakaido 4 Chome, Sugi- 
nami Ku, Tokyo. 

Bowen, Miss Virginia, 1950, CBFMS 
— 31 Nakasugiyama, Sendai Shi. 
(Tel. 2-4488). 

Bower, Miss Esther, S., 1937, JGF— 
63-1 Showa Cho, Hamadera, Sakai 
Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Hamadera 19). 

Bower, Miss Marian B., 1949, JGF— 
63-1 Showa Cho, Hamadera, Sakai 
Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Hamadera 19). 

Bowman, Rev. & Mrs. John E., 
1953, ELC— 20 Tokiwadai 2 Chome, 
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Boyer, Miss Alice, 1948, MC(IBC)- 
113 Kami Kamiuchigawa, Kanaiwa 
Machi, Higashi Yamanashi, Yama- 
nashi Ken. 

Boyle, Rev. & Mrs. W. P., 1949, PS— 
(Furlough 55) 27 Nakamaegawa Cho 
1 Chome, Tokushima Shi. (c/o Rural 
Retreat, Virginia, U. S. A.) 

Boyles, Miss Helen (Korea), 1953, 
MC(IBC)— 42 Nishi Yohana Cho, 
Fukuoka Shi. 

Bradshaw, Rev. & Mrs. Melvin J., 

1950, SBC— (Furlough 55). Seinan 
Jogakuin, Itozu, Kokura Shi. (R.F. 
D. # 2, Franklin, Virginia, U. S. A.) 

Brady, Mr. & Mrs. John H., 1950, 
1949, PS— (Furlough 55). (235 Inman 
Dr., Decatur, Georgia, U. S. A.) 3 
Kumochi Cho 1 Chome, Fukiai Ku, 
Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai 2591). 

Brandt, Miss Inger Maj-Britt, 1954, 
WT— 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 
Nagoya Shi. 

Brannen, Rev. & Mrs. Noah, 1952, 
ABFMS— 16056 Mukaishima Cho, 
Mitsuki Gun, Hiroshima Ken. (Tel. 
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Brannen, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore, 
1954, TEAM— 261 Itabashi Machi 
3 Chome, Itabashi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
96-2401). 

Branstad, Mr. Karl E., 1947, PEC— 
Rikkyo University, Ikebukuro 3 
Chome, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
97-3121; 2952). 

Braun, Rev. & Mrs. Neil, 1952, 
AAMS — 971 Yodoyamaehi, Kura- 
yoshi Shi, Tottori Ken. (Tel. Kura- 
yoshi 278). 

Bray, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. William 
D., 1952, MC(1BC)-10 Kwansai 
Gakuin, Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. 
Nigawa 476). 

Bridgeman, Mr. & Mrs. John 1\, 
1954, PS— 1478 Shironomai, Mikage 
Cho, Higashi Nada Ku, Kobe Shi. 
(Tel. Mikage 2986). 

Bringerud, Rev. & Mrs. Gote, 1951, 
MCCS(SMJ)— 640 Asahi Machi, 
Kurashiki Shi, Okayama Ken. (Tel. 
Kurashiki 2490). 

Brink, Miss Suzanne, 1950, RCA 
(IBQ-75 Okada Machi, Kuma- 
moto Shi. 







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Brisbin, Rev. & Mrs. J. E., 1949, 
JEM —2895 Kitanakajima Gho 1 
Chome, Nagaoka Shi, Niigata Ken. 

Brittain, Miss Blanche, 1929, MC 
(IBC)— 9 Nakakawarage Cho, Hiro- 
saki Shi. 

Bromau, Rev. David, 1950, NTM— 
31-2 Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

Broman, Rev. Paul, 1950, NTM— 
31-2 Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

Broman, Mr. Philip, 1954, NTM— 
31-2 Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

Brown, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. Frank 
A. Jr., 1949, PS— 21 1629 Tarumi, 
Suita Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Suita 
38 0963). 

Brown, Miss Mildred, 1952, PN(IBC) 
— Hokusei Gakuen, Minami 5 Jo, 
Nishi 17 Chome, Sapporo Shi, Hok- 
kaido. (Tel. 2-4276). 

Browne, Mr. Montgomery, 1950, 
IND— 1538 10 Kamoe Cho, Ilama- 
matsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Browning, Mr. & Mrs. Neal, 1954, 
TEAM-2429 Karuizawa Machi, 
Nagano Ken. 



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Browning, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. (Ph. 

D.) Willis P., 1951, MC(lBCj-116 

Aoyama Minami Cho 6 Chome, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 40-1203). 
Brownlee, Rev. & Mrs. R. Wallace, 

1951, EUB(IBC)-62 Kayoi Cho, 

Tomakomai, Hokkaido. 
Boyum, Miss Bernice (China), 1950, 

ELC— (Furlough 55-56). 422 South 

Fifth St., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 

U.S.A. 
Bruce, Mr. & Mrs. G. O., 1954, SDA 

-164-2 Onden 3 Chome, Shibuya 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Bruggers, Rev. & Mrs. Glenn, 1952, 

RCA(IBC)— 137 Kami Arata Cho, 

Kagoshima Shi. 
Bruinooge, Rev. & Mrs. Henry, 1951, 

CRJM— (Furlough 55 56). 17 Wa- 

kamatsu Cho, Kofu Shi, Yamanashi 

Ken. (Tel. Kofu 2535). 
Bruns, Rev. & Mrs. Robert W., 1947, 

EUB (IBQ— 5936 Tokiwa Cho, 

Mito Shi, Ibaragi Ken. 
Brustad, Miss Aslaug, 1951, NEOM— 

Haramachi Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Bruun, Miss Anna, 1951, FCM— 

Katsuki Byoin, Komatsu Shi, Ishi- 

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Brynte, Rev. & Mrs. Torsten, 1951, 

SHM(SMJ)— (Furlough). Box 68, 

Roervik, Sweden. 
Buchanan, Miss Elizabeth O., 1914, 

PS— 116 Yagoto Cho 2 Chome, 

Kasugai Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Buckland, Miss Ruth, 1924, PS— 

(Furlough 55). 3820 11th Ave. S., 

Birmingham, Alabama, U. S. A. 

(116 Shigatsuta, Hongu Cho, Kochi 

Shi.) (Tel. Kochi 2917). 
Buckley, Mr. & Mrs. Earle R., 1952, 

YMGA— 7-2 Fujimi Cho, Chiyoda 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-4261.) 
Buckwalter, Rev. & Mrs. (R.N.) 

Ralph E., 1949, M— (Furlough 55- 

56 : c/o Goshen College, Goshen, 

Indiana, U. S. A.) 13 Tsurugadai, 

Kushiro Shi, Hokkaido. 
Budd, Mr. Henry F., 1949, PEC— 48 

Aoyama Minami Cho 1 Chome, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-5435 ; 

Off. 55-0126). 
Budd, Rev. & Mrs. John, 1953, JEM - 

Miyanokoshi, Sanjo Shi, Niigata 

Ken. 
Buell, Miss Constance (China), 1952, 

ABCFM(IBC)-Kobe Jogakuin, 

Okadayama, Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel, 

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Bulling, Miss Mina, 1954, LM -1933 
Nakanoshima, Kawasaki Shi Kana- 
gawa Ken. 

Burgess, Mr. Osee, 1953, ASC— 
Shonin Cho, Kita Ishigaki, Beppu 
Shi, Oita Ken. 

Burney, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 1954, 
IND-KCM— 1146 Shimoochiai 3 
Chomc, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 

Bush, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. Ovid B. 
Jr., 1953, PS— 3Kumochi Cho 1 
Chome, Fukiai Ku, Kobe Shi. (Tel. 
Fukiai 2-2591). 

Bushe, Miss S. L. K., 1921., CMS— 
17 Sanei Cho, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 

Buss, Rev. Bernhard, 1948, TEAM— 
112 Hakusanura, 2 Chome, Niigata 
Shi, Niigata Ken. 

Buttray, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley, 1950, 
CCCM— (Furlough 55-56). 575 
Kamiochiai 2 Chome, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 95 3056). (Mead- 
ville, Pennsylvania, U. S. A.). 

Byler, Miss Gertrude M., 1927, MC 
(IBQ— 9 Nakakawarage Cho, Hiro- 
saki Shi, 







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Cain, Rev. Benson, 1953, PS — Shikoku 
Christian College, Ikuno, Zentsuji 
Shi, Kagawa Ken. (Tel. Zentsuji 
425). 

Calcote, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph V., 1951, 
SBC— 8-36 Narumizu Machi, Ya- 
wata Shi, Fukuoka Ken. 

Calder, Miss Marguerite (China), 
1949, ABFMS— Kanto Gakuin 
University, Mutsuura, Kanazawa 
Ku, Yokohama Shi, (Tel. Yoko- 
hama 3-9224). 

Caley, Miss Rhelinda, 1953, NTM— 
31-2 Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

Calgary, Miss Alberta (Furlough 55) 
Callaway, Rev. & Mrs. Tucker 
(Hawaii), 1950, SBC-(Furlough 55) 
979 Hamamatsubara, Maedashi, 
Oaza, Fukuoka Shi. (Atlanta, 
Georgia, U. S. A.) 

Cameron, Miss Moira, 1954, WEC— 
569 Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kan- 
zaki Gun, Shiga Ken. (Tel. Ishizuka 

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Campbell, Mr. J. J., 1955, OMF— 
49 Azasawada, Tsukuri Michi, 
Aomori Shi, Aomori Ken. 

Campbell, Miss Margaret H., 1953, 
UCC(IBC)— 25 Nishikusabuka Cho, 
Shizuoka Shi. 

Campbell, Miss Vera, 1950, SBC— 
465 Torikai Machi 6 Chome, 
Fukuoka Shi. 

Carey, Rev. & Mrs. (R. N.) E. Frank, 
1947, UCC(IBC)-797 Joyama, 
Miyabuchi, Matsumoto Shi, Nagano 
Ken. 










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Carlson, Mr. & Mrs. Chester, 1949, 
TEAM— (Furlough 54-55). 1638 
Grove St., Berkeley, California, 
U.S.A. 

Carow, Rev. & Mrs. Albert, 1953, 
MSL— 292 Nakayama, Oaza, Han- 
no, Iruma Gun, Saitama Ken. 

Carrick, Rev. & Mrs. Malcolm R., 
1950, PN(IBC)-(Furlough 55-56)- 
San Francisco Theological Seminary, 
San Anselmo, California, U. S. A. 

Carrico, Mr. & Mrs. Willis, 1950, ^fF^t&fc'rtT^Sj 
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Carroll, Miss Sally, 1926, MC(IBC)— 

Seiwa Joshi Tanki Daigaku, Okada- 

yama, Nishinomiya Shi. 
Carter, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 1950, 

NTM— Nara Shi, Nara Ken. 
Cary, Rev. Frank (P.I.), 1911 ABCFM 

(IBQ— 20 Enokicho, Mizudo, Ama- 

gasaki Shi. 

Cary, Prof. & Mrs. (M. D.) Otis, 1947, 
ABCFM (IBC) — Associate Amherst 
House, Doshisha University, Kyoto. 
(Tel. 3-3736); Cable address: 
AMHERSTHOUSE, KYOTO. 

Cassidy, Miss Bertha E. (China), 1950, 
AAMS— 971 Yodoyamachi, Kura- 
yoshi-shi, Tottori Ken. (Tel. Kura- 
yoshi 278) 

Cederholm, Miss Margit (China), 
1950, SEOM(SMJ)— 1675 Omiya, 
Fujinomiya Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Chamberlain, Miss Dorothy, 1949, 
TEAM— (Furlough 53-?) 6737 
Waldemar, St. Louis 10, Missouri, 
U. S. A. 

Chamberlain, Miss Phyllis, 1950, 
TEAM— 4492 Oaza Inabe, Ina Shi, 
Nagano Ken. 

Chandler, Miss M. F., 1953, SPG— 
Koran Jogakko, 1046 Hjratsuka 7 
Chome, Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 



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Chandler, Rev. & Mrs. Vernon D. 
Jr., 1954, ABWE— Higashi P. O. 
Box # 33, Kagoshima Shi. 

Chapman, Rev. & Mrs. Ernest N., 
1916, 1917, PN(IBC)— 2542 Yuki 
Cho, Tsu Shi, Mie Ken. 

Chappell, Miss Constance, 1912, 
UCC(IBC)— Tokyo Woman's Chris- 
tian College, 124 Iogi 3 Chome, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-5522). 

Chappell, Miss Mary, 1912, UCC 
(IBC) — Kodaira Machi, Kitatama 
Gun, Tokyo. Tel. Kodaira 4 & 16). 

Cheney, Miss Alice, 1915, MC(IBC— 
69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 46-1909). 

Chrisander, Miss Margareta (China), 
1953, SFM(SMJ)— 451 Tsurumi 
Machi, Tsurumi Ku, Yokohama Shi. 

Christopher, Rev. & Mrs. R.C. 1950, 
SPG— 97 Nakashin Cho, Takamatsu 
Shi. 

Clapp, Miss Frances B. (Ms. D.), 
1918, ABCFM(IBC)— Nishi Iru, 
Imadegawa Agaru, Karasumaru, 
Kyoto. 

Clark, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. C. F., 
1953, SBC— 1 Kami Ikeda Cho, 
Kitashirakawa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 




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M. (S. America), 1920, PN(IBC)— — - OH<on 
2/1103 Koyama 8 Chome, Shina- 9 9-9 

gawa Ku, Tokyo. Tel. 78-0809). 

Clark, Rev. & Mrs. Kenneth W., 
1950, HiBa— 1073 Oharacho, Seta- 
gaya Ku, Tokyo. 

Clark, Mr. & Mrs. Martin, 1950, 
IND-OCM— (Furlough 55-56). (An- 
ticipates return to Osaka). 

Clark, Miss Thelma, 1950, TEAM— 
(Furlough 55-56). Pottruff Road, 
South, R.R. # 3, Hamilton, Ontario, 
Canada. 

Clark, Elder & Mrs. W. T., 1950, 
SDA — 11 Nakajimadori 3 Chome, 
Fukiai Ku, Kobe. 

Clarke, Rev. & Mrs. Coleman D., 
1945, SBC— 2/50 Minamida Machi, 
Jodoji, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 7- 

2257). 

Clarke, Miss Elizabeth, 1948, MC 
(IBQ— 69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Clarke, Miss Eunice G., 1950, JEB— 
Shiotani, Tachibana, Machi, Naka 
Gun, Tokushima Ken. 



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Classen, Miss Ann, 1953, FEGC— 
3803 Matsuba Cho, Higashi Matsu- 
yama Shi, Saitama Ken. 

Classen, Miss Martha, 1951, FEGC— 
3803 Matsuba Gho, Higashi Matsu- 
yania Shi, Saitama Ken. 

Clements, Rev. & Mrs. Don. 1951, 
PAC— (Furlough 54-55). 50 Euston 
Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

Clench, Miss Marguerite, 1923, 
MSCC— (Honorary). 5083 Takajo 
Machi, Ueda Shi, Nagano Ken. 

Clugston, Rev. & Mrs. D. A„ 1949, 
UCC(IBC)— 23-Chome, 5 Jo, Asahi- 
gawa Shi, Hokkaiko. 

Cobb, Miss Ann, 1955, ABCFM(IBC) 
— Kobe College, 65 Okadayama, 
Nishinomiya Shi, 

Cobb, Rev. & Mrs. John B., 1918, 
MC(IBC)— (Furlough 55-56). 8 
Kitanagasa Dori 4 Chome, Ikuta 
Ku, Kobe (Tel. 2-2961). 

Cogswell, Rev. & Mrs. James A., 
1949, PS— (Furlough 55). c/o P. O. 
Box 330, Nashville 1, Tennessee, 
U.S.A. (106 Asahi Machi, Toyo- 
hashi Shi.) 



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Colberg, Miss Lois (R. N.), 1950, 
ALM— 628 7-Chome, Ujina Machi, 
Hiroshima Shi. (Tel. 4-2720). 

Collins, Mr. & Mrs. Tim, 1950, 
ASC — 1165 Goya Dori, Beppu Shi. 

Cole, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 1952, 
CBFMS — 31 Nakasugiyama, Sendai 
Shi. Tel. (2-4488). 

Coleman, Rev. Robert H., 1951, 
PEC— Furlough 55-56). c/o Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church, 281 4th 
Avenue, N. Y. C. 10, N. Y. 

Colston, Miss Augusta, 1951, FEGC— 
4365 Owaza-nakakubo, Hiraishi 
Mura, Kawachi Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

Combs, Miss Marion, SCBM— 
(Furlough '55). 274 Yamato Machi, 
Kitagata, Okayama Shi. 

Connell, Miss Juanita, 1952, PS— 
167 Josei Cho, Marugame Shi, 
Kagawa Ken. (Tel. Marugame 903). 

Connely, Dr. (D. D.) & Mrs. Frank 
H., 1952, SBC- 35/1 177 Yoyogi 
Uehara, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
46-2347). 

Cook, Miss Dulcie, 1930, UCC(IBC)— 
22 Sakuragi, Kunoshoji, Tera Machi 
3-Chome, Kanazawa Shi. (Tel. 
3-0163). 



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Cooke, Mr. T. T. S. & Mrs., 1948, 

CJPM— 445 Hyakken Machi, Mae- 

bashi, Gumma Ken, (Tel. Maebashi 

5742). 
Cooper, Miss Lois, 1929, MC(IBC)— 

(Furlough '55). 49 Kaminagarekawa 

Cho, Hiroshima Shi. 
Coote, Dr. Leonard W. (D. D.), 1914, 

JAM — Ikoma Cho, Nara Ken. 
Copeland, Dr. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. 

Luther, 1948, SBC— Hoshiguma, 

Taguma Mura, Sawara Gun, 

Fukuoka. (Tel. 2-6481). 
Cornelius, Miss D. C. (China), 1951, 

OMF — (Furlough) Miyuki Cho, 

Shizunai Machi, Hokkaido. 
Corwin, Mr. & Mrs. CM., 1952, 

CPM— 82 Munetaka Cho, Isesaki, 

Gumma Ken. 
Coryell, Mrs. Ada & Miss. Ada, 1950, 

ASC — Maruyama Dori 2 Chome, 

Abeno Ku, Osaka Shi. 
Cosens, Miss Margarite, 1955, MC 

(IBC) — 2 Higashi Torizaka Azabu, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325). 
Counts, Mr. & Mrs. W. A. (Korea), 

1950, WT— 153 lseyama Cho, Naka 

Ku, Nagoya Shi. 









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Courtney, Mr. Richard, 1952, 

TEAM— (Furlough 55-56). c/o Mrs. 

Fern Anderson, 713 15th St., N. W., 

Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 
Cox, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 1953, 

TEAM— 295 Nakano Cho, Taka- 

matsu Shi, Kagawa Ken. 
Crabtree, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1953, 

TN— 1770 Kamitakaidb 4 Chome, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Craighill, Rev. Lloyd R. Jr., 1951, 

PEC— Hongo-Dori, 1 -chome, Yama- 

to, Takada Shi. 
Crawford, Mr. & Mrs. Coy, 1951, 

NTM— 31-2 Tachi Machi, Mizu- 

sawa Shi, Iwate Ken. 
Crew, Miss Angie (Near East), 1923, 

ABCFM(IBC)— Kobe Jogakuin, 

Okadayama, Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. 

Nishinomiya 2264). 
Croskrey, Miss Dorothy E., 1949, 

MC(IBC)— 42 Nishi Yohana Cho, 

Fukuoka Shi. 
Cryderman, Rev. Dale, YFC— 851 

Shimo-Meguro 4-chome, Meguro 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 49-6437). 
Culpepper, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. R. 

H., 1950, SBC— 11 Banchi 2-chome, 

Hirao Sanso-Dori, Fukuoka Shi. 



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Cundiff, Mr. William S., 1952, E & 
R(IBC)-61 Kozenjidori, Sendai 
Shi. (Tel. 3-3256). 

Cunningham, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 
1953, ALM— 628 Ujina Machi, 7- 
chome, Hiroshima Shi. (Tel. 4-2720). 

Currell, Miss Susan McD., 1921, 
PS— 116 Shigatsuta, Hongu. Cho, 
Kochi Ken. (Tel. Kochi 2917).' 

Curry, Miss Olive, 1923, MC(IBC)— 
Kwassui Junior College, 12 Higashi 
Yamate Cho, Nagasaki Shi. 



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Dail, Miss Lucy Marie, 1955, MC 
(IBQ— 69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Dale, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel, 1952, 
TEAM— 994 Miyawaki Cho, Taka- 
matsu Shi, Kagawa Ken. 

Dale, Rev. & Mrs. Kenneth J., 1951, 
ALM — Kuroiwa, Kogushi, Ube Shi, 
Yamaguchi Ken. (Tel. 2219). 

Dale, Rev. Oliver B., 1940 SSJE— 
St. Michael's Monastery, Shimada- 
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Dales, Miss Laura, 1949, TEAM— 
(Furlough 54-55). Box 93, Meaford, 
Ontario, Canada. 

Daniels, Misses Mabel E., 1928, & 
Ruth R., 1951, IND— Obirin 
Gakuen, Tadao Mura, Minamitama 
Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Tadao 20). 

Danker, Rev. & Mrs. W. J., 1948, 
MSL— (Furlough 55-56). 71 Miya- 
mura Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Dann, Miss Janet M., Returned 1951, 
ACF— 154 Nakadori, Ononii Machi, 
Tarqura Gun, Fukushima Ken. 

Darby, Miss Laura W. (China), 1952, 
LCC(IBC)— 5090 Motojoya Machi, 
Kofu Shi. (Tel. 5451). 

Daub, Rev. & Mrs. Edward, 1951, 
PN(IBC)— 20 of 4 Nagamine yama, 
Oishi, Nada Ku, Kobe. 

Daugherty, Miss Lena G., 1915, 
PN(IBC)— 6 13, Kudan, 4-chome, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-6763). 

Davidson, Rev. & Mrs. Lewis E., 
1951, ELC— 1984 Otsu Dori, Shimada 
Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Davis, Miss Carnella, 1951, WEC- 
c/o Mr. Kouichi Nakagawa, 1003 
Jifukiji Cho, Nagahama Shi, Shiga 
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Davis, Rev. & Mrs. Harrison R. S. 

jr., 1950, CN-229 Oyama Cho, 

Tamagawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 72-5667). 
Davis, & Rev. Mrs. Linwood, 1953, 

MSL— 2-58, 2-chome Suidobata, 

Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. Rendell A., 1951, 

PN(IBC)-19 of 9 Tsuna Machi, 

Mita, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

45-0438). 
Dawkins, Rev. & Mrs. Charles, 1954, 

ULCA— 303 Hyakunin Machi, 3 

Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

35-2419). 
Dawson, Mr. Douglas, 1950, SCBM— 

P. O. Box 761, Kobe. 
Deal, Rev. & Mrs. Harold G., 1948, 

ULCA— 22 Tokugawa Cho 3 Chome, 

Higashi Ku, Nagoya. ( r Fel. 4-3223). 
Dean, Miss Barbara, 1950, TEAM— 

346 Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 32-1513). 
Dearn, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon A. 

(England), 1951, WT— 772 Sinohara 

Cho, Kohoku Ku, Yokohama. 
DeCamp, Miss Grace, 1947, TEAM— 

Hatsuda Cho, 2-chome, Takayama 

Shi, Gifu Ken. 



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Degelman, Mr. & Mrs. O. R., 1947, 
TEAM— 350 Honmoku Machi, 2- 
chome, Naka Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 
Yokohama 7986). 

Degerman, Miss Bessie, 1954, 
TEAM— 1413 Karuizawa Machi, 
Nagano Ken. 

DeLong, Miss Lelah, 1949, TEAM— 
(Furlough 54-55). 116 Iowa Ave., 
Riverside, Calif., U. S. A. 

de Maagd, Rev. & Mrs. John C, 
1928, RGA(IBC)— 37 Yamate, Naka 
Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 2-9183). 

Derksen, Mr. & Mrs. Peter, 1954, 
MM— 122 Yamamoto Dori, 4 
Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 

Deter, Miss Virginia, 1950, PN(IBC)— 
Hokuriku Gakuin, 10 Kami Kakino- 
batake, Kanazawa Shi, Ishikawa 
Ken. (Tel. 2-0763). 

Dick, Mr. R. H., 1951, IND-111 
Oike Yamada Machi, Hiyogo Ku, 
Kobe Shi. 

Dievendorf, Mrs. Anne, 1922, 
CMA— (Furlough 54 55). Minami 
Horibata, Matsuyama Shi, Shikoku. 
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Dillard, Miss Mary, 1950, SCBM— 
(Furlough 55-56). 74 Kitakata Yamato 
Cho, Okayama Shi. 

Dillon, Rev. & Mrs. Alan B., 1948, 
FEGC — 37 Koshigoe, Kamakura 
Shi, Kanagawa Ken. 

Dittemore, Mrs. Isabel (West China), 
1951, IND-KGM-98 Ue Arata 
Machi, Kagoshima Shi. 

Doe, Mrs. Dorothy Iwabuchi, 1952, 
ASC— 9 Kumi Wakakusa Cho, 
Beppu Shi, Oita Ken. 

Doubleday, Miss Stella C. (Ceylon), 
1928, CMS-882 Senda Machi, 3- 
chome, Hiroshima. (Tel. 4 5775). 

Douglas, Miss Leona, 1930, UCC 
(IBC)— 5090 Motojoya-Machi, Kofu 
Shi. (Tel. 5451). 

Downs, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. 
Darley, 1919, 1922, ABCFM(IBC)— 
12 Hachiyama, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo 
(Tel. 46 2777 (home) ; 56 6966, 6131 
(office)). 

Dozier, Mrs. C. K., 1906, SBC-2325 
Kami Meguro, 5-chome, Meguro 
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Dozier, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin B. 
(Hawaii), 1933, SBC— 110 1-chome, 
Shimo Uma-cho, Setagaya Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 42-0608). 

Draper, Rev. William F., 1953, 
PEC— 124, 6-Bancho, Sendai Shi. 

Driskill, Rev. & Mrs. J. Lawrence, 
1951 PN(IBC)— (Furlough 55-56). 
335 Furono, Nagano Cho, Kawachi 
Gun, Osaka. (Tel. Osaka-Nagano 
118). 

Drivstuen, Miss Dagny (China), 1949, 
NLM— Oda Shi, Shimane Ken. 

Drummond, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. 
Richard, 1949, PN(IBC)— 242 
Zaimokuza, Kamakura Shi, Kana- 
gawa Ken. (Tel. Kamakura 3730). 

Dunn, Rev. Ed, BBF— 894 Daimon 
Dori, Ota Shi, Gumma Ken. 

Dupree, Mr. Charles, 1953, OMS— 
(Furlough.) 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37 3664). 

Durboraw, Miss Esther, 1952, 
ULCA— Tokyo Women's Christian 
College, 124 Iogi 3 Chome, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-5522). 






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Dyck, Miss Anna, 
Yamamoto Dori, 
Ku, Kobe. 

Dyck, Miss Susan, 
Miyoshi Cho, 
Hiroshima Ken. 

Dyer, Miss Lois, 
Aus.), 1950, WT- 
Ghome, Higashi 
Tarumi Ku, Kobe 

Dyson, Miss Mary, 
5, Shiomidai Cho, 
Shi. 



DIRFXTORIES 

1953, MM— 122 
4 Chome, Ikuta 

1953, CMA— 288 
Fukuyama Shi, 

(Malay, N. Z., 

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Tarumi Cho, 

1955, JEB— 11 of 
Suma Ku, Kobe 




Eads, Miss Mary, 1952, MC(IBC)— 
(Furlough 55-56). Seiwa Joshi Tanki 
Daigaku, Okadayama, Nishinomiya 
Shi. 

Eagle, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 1950, 
TEAM— 35 Ote Machi, Shimizu, 
Shizuoka Ken. 

Ebinger, Miss Frieda, 1953, GMM— 
Higashi Naruo 12, Naruo Cho, 
Nishinomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. 

Eckel, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. W. A., 
1916, 1950, CN-229 Oyama Cho, 
Tamagawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo, 
(Tel. 72-5667). 



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Eddy, Rev. & Mrs. William D., 1950, 

PEC— Nishi 5-Chome, Kita 15-Jo, 

Sapporo. 
Edgerton, Miss Daisy, 1949, UGMS 

(IBC)— 353 Nakazato Cho, Kita Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 82 1555). 

Ediger, Rev. & Mrs. Ferd, 1953, 
MM — Huga Shi, Miyazaki Ken. 

Edwards, Miss L. B., 1953, OMF— 
21 Yamamichi Cho, Hirosaki Shi, 
Aomori Ken. 

Egolf, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph, 1948, 
MSL— 23 Asashi Dai, Naka Ku, 
Yokohama. 

Eikamp, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur R. 
(Furlough Address, 1955) c/o Mis- 
sionary Board, 1303 East Fifth Street, 
Anderson, Indiana. 1949, CG— 93, 
3-chome, Okusawa Machi, Tama- 
gavva, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

Eikli, Rev. & Mrs. Gabriel (China), 
1949, NLM— 27-5 Chimorimachi, 
1-chome, Suma, Kobe. (Tel. Kobe 
(7) 1662). Telegr. " Suma Norluth ". 

Eimon, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 1954, 
ELC— 21 Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo 
Ku, Tokyo, 



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Eitel, Dr. (M. D.) K. F. & Mrs. 

Anna, 1951, LM— 58 Shoto Machi, 
Shibuya ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-4970). 

Elder, Rev. & Mrs. William M., 
1948, MC(IBC)— 62 Nishi Machi, 
Higashi, Chubu Kyoku, Tottori 
Shi, Tottori Ken. 

Eldridge, Rev. & Mrs. Paul H. 
(Philippines), 1937, SDA— 164-2 
Onden, 3 Chome, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Ellis, Rev. Andrew B., 1951, ULCA— 
351 Oya Machi Moto, Kumamoto 
Shi, (Tel. 566). 

Elmer, Miss Ruth (China), 1949, 
EUB(IBC)-84 Sasugaya Cho, 
Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 92 5516). 

Elson, Rev. & Mrs. Wilho, 1950, 
SSM— -104 Higashi- Aonuma Machi, 
Kofu Shi. (Tel. 6749). 

Emanuel, Rev. & Mrs. B. P., 1950, 
SBC— 252 Miyavvaki Cho, Taka- 
matsu Shi, (Furlough Address/516 
Arlington Avenue, Lawton, Oklaho- 
ma U.S.A.). 



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Endow, Miss Masako, 1950, MC 
(IBG)— (Furlough 55-56). 143 Kajiya 
Machi, Kagoshima Shi. 

Engebretsen, Miss Gudrun, 1952, 
NEOM— Ueda Machi, Fukushima 
Ken. 

Engeman, Rev.& Mrs. Harry, 1950, 
EMCA— 1068--3 Chome, Matsubara 
Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
32 1411). 

Engholm, Mr. & Mrs. Duane, 1954, 
FEGC — 111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa 
Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217). 

Engver, Miss Maria, 1951, SEOM 
(SMJ)— (Furlough). SMKJ/s Exp., 
Drottninggatan 55, Stockholm, 
Sweden. 

Ericson, Rev. & Mrs. Wilbert, 1953, 
ALM — 477 Nishimiya Cho, Mihara 
Shi, Hiroshima Ken. (Tel. Mihara 
1044) 

Eriksson, Miss Astrid (China). 1953, 
SFM(SMJ)— 451 Tsurumi Machi, 
Tsurumi Ku, Yokohama Shi. 

Eriksson, Miss Linnea, 1951, OMSS 
(SMJ)— 98-2 Mitsu, Yao Shi, Osaka 
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Eriksson, Rev. & Mrs. E. Paul imM'S'Wti £BJ 

(Mongolia), 1951, SEMJ(SMJ)— 77 fc-fc 
Midori Cho, Tomakomai Shi, 
Hokkaido. 



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(China), 1950, SEOM(SMJ)— (Fur- 
lough), Kvidinge, Sweden. 



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TEAM— 183 Aza-Atagomae, Kita- PTr'^^fj-AH 

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Fairfield, Mr. & Mrs. John F., 
(China), 1951, ABCFM(IBC)— 12 
Hachiyama, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 46-2777 (home); 56-6757, 8446 
(office)). 

Falck, Miss Elizabeth N., 1951, PEC 
— Rikkyo University, 3 Chome Ike- 
bukuro, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
97-3121). 

Fanger, Rev. & Mrs. Clifford, 1954, 
NTM— Tomonuma, 984 Nogi Mura, 
Shimotsugi Gun Tochigi Ken. 

Fanger, Mr. Richard, 1951, NTM— 
Tomonuma, 984 Nogi Mura, Shimo- 
tsugi Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

Feely, Miss (Ed. D.) Gertrude 
(Philippines), 1931, MC(IBC)— 
(Furlough). Christian Youth Center, 
Mikage Cho, Higashi Nada Ku, 
Kobe. (Tel. 8-3793). 

Feil, Rev. Paul, 1954, ULCA— 303 
Hyakunin Machi 3 Chome, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-2419). 
Fielder, Rev. & Mrs. Gerald, 1954, 
SBC-352 Nishi Okubo 2-Chome, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562). 
Finnseth, Rev. Per, 1952, NLM— 
827 Kanigasaka Seibu, Akashi, via 
Kobe. 






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Finrow, Miss Patricia, 1951, TEAM— 
992, Shimotakaido Cho, 4-Chome, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-7079). 

Finsaas, Miss Lila, 1954, TEAM— 
1413 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano 
Ken. 

Firebaugh, Miss Martha E., 1951, 
PN(IBC)— Tokyo Women's Christian 
College, 124 Iogi Machi, 3 Chome, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-2255). 

Fisch, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin (China), 
1951, TEAM— (Furlough 54-55). 
c/o The Evangelical Alliance Mis- 
sion, 2839 W. McLean Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

Fisher, Mr. & Mrs. H. E. (China), 
1951, OMF— 49 Azasawada, Tsukuri 
Michi, Aomori Shi, Aomori Ken. 

Finch, Miss Mary D., 1925, MC 
(IBC)— 49 Kaminagarekawa Cho, 
Hiroshima Shi. (Tel. 4-2826). 

Flaherty, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore E., 
1953, RCA(IBC)— 345 Sanko Cho, 
Shirokane, Shiba, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Fleenor, Mr. & Mrs. Julius, 1955, 
IND-MCM— (Furlough). Tokyo. 



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Fleischmann, Miss Babette, 1951, 

GMM— Higashi Naruo Cho, Nishi- 

nomiya, Hyogo Ken. 
Fleischman, Miss Lorraine, 1950, 

CBFMC— 31 Nakasugiyama Dori, 

Sendai Shi, (Tel. 2-4488). 
Fletcher, Miss Shirley M., 1952, 

MSCC— 5-6 Teppo Cho, Gifu Shi. 
Flowers, Miss E. M. (China), 1952, 

OMF— (Furlough) 
Floyd, Mr. Roger W., 1953, MC 

(IBC)— Nagoya Gakuin, Daiko 

Machi, 10 Chome, Higashi Ku, 

Nagoya. 
Foerstel, Miss Marie, 1927, MSCC— 

229 Nishi Nagano Machi, Nagano 

Shi. (Tel. Nagano 2961). 
Fontnote, Dr. (M. D.) Audrey, 1952, 

SBC— 22 Kami Ikeda Cho, Kita- 

shirakawa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Ford, Mr. & Mrs. Einar, 1953, 

EFCA— 188 Motobuto Machi, 

Urawa Shi, Saitama Ken. 
Foreman, Miss Alice, 1955, CBFMS— 

2-1-3 Surugadai, Kanda, Chiyoda 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Foreman, Burton V., 1951, PN 

(IBC)— c/o Sekiba Sadamu, 1466 

Yoyogi-Tomigaya, Shibuya Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 46-5785). 



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Forester, Rev. & Mrs. Thomas, 1953, 
CPG— 776 Nishi Osaki 4 Chome, 
Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 49- 
7337). 

Forsberg, Miss Ruth, 1947, TEAM— 
Hatsuda Cho 2 Chome, Takayama 
Shi, Gifu Ken. 

Fosnot, Miss (Ph. D.) Pearl (China), 
1953, MC(IBC)-11 Konno Cho, 
Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 

Foss, Miss Eleanor M. (Ceylon 41-45), 
1936, CMS— Principal, Pool Gakuin 
Junior College. Poole Gakuin, 
Katsuyama Dori, Ikuno Ku, Osaka. 
(Tel. Tennoji 290). 

Foss, Miss Marit (China), 1951, 
NLM— 3 Nakajima Dori 2 Chome, 
Fukiai ku, Kobe. 

Foster, Miss Mary C, 1954, MC 
(IBQ-69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 46-1909). 

Foster, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1949, 

FEGG-7 of 26, Denenchofu 1 

Chome, Ota Ku, Tokyo. 
Fowler, Mr. J. Earl, 1953, PEC— 

19 Akashi Cho, Chuo Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 55-5151, 8460). 



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Fox, Rev. & Mrs. Roger, 1951, 

FEGC— 76-2 Dai Machi 3 Chome, 

Hachioji Shi, Tokyo. 
Foxwell, Rev. & Mrs. Philip R., 

1948, 1BPFM— 273 Horinouchi 1 

Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

38-0017). 
Francis, Miss Mable, 1909, CMA— 

(Furlough). Minami Horibata, 

Matsuyama Shi, Shikoku, (Tel. 

1009). (c/o 4419 Belmar Ave., Toledo, 

Ohio). 
Frandell, Rev. & Mrs. Karl. 1950, 

SAMJ(SMJ)— (Furlough). Box 5, 

Stockaryd, Sweden. 
Franklin, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. Sam 

H., PN(IBC)-(Furlough 55-56). c/o 

Presbyterian Board of Foreign 

Missions 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y. C. 

Tokyo Theological Seminary, 707 

Mure, Mitaka Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. 

Musashino 2594). 
Fredlund, Miss M. M. (China), 1952, 

OMF— 21 Yamamichi Cho, Hirosaki 

Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Frens, Mr. & Mrs. James. 1950, 

TEAM-(Furlough 55-56). R. R. #2, 

Holland, Mich. 






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Fridell, Rev. & Mrs. Wilbur, 1948, 

ABFMS— 550 Totsuka Machi 1 

Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

33-3687). 
Friesen, Miss A., 1954, OMF— 2531 

Karuizawa, Nagano Ken. 
Friesen, Miss Arlene, 1953, FEGC— 

40 Higashi Hinokuchi Cho, Tanaka, 

Sakyo Ku, Kyoto Shi. 
Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 1951, 

MB— 59 Sompachi Cho, 4 Jo Dori, 

Ishibashi Soen, lkeda Shi, Osaka 

Fu. (Tel. Ikeda 210). 
Friesen, Miss Leonore, 1951, MM— 

50 Yodogawa Cho, Miyazaki Shi, 

(Tel. 4009). 

Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. Roland, 1952, 
FEGC-40 Higashi, Hinokuchi Cho, 
Tanaka, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto Shi. 

Friesen, Miss Susan, 1952, ASC— 
8 Hira Machi, Sasebo Shi, Naga- 
saki Ken. 

Friesen, Rev. W., 1953, JEM— 411 
Higashi Senjumachi, Nagaoka Shi. 

Fromm, Rev. & Mrs. Elwood P., 
1953, MSL— West 10, South 18, 
Sapporo, Hokkaido. 



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Fukase, Mr. Tsutomu, 1954, WT— 
1 Toyooka Cho, Shiba Mita, Minato 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Fuller, Rev. & Mrs. Dwight, 1951, 
EFCA-43 Minami Shiba Cho, 
Shimogamo, Kyoto. 

Fulton, Mr. & Mrs. Lon, 1950, 
WEC— 569 Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, 
Kanzaki Gun, Shiga Ken. (Tel. 
Ishizaka 47). 

Fultz, Miss Catherine, 1951, PS— 
(Furlough 55-56). (Ararat, Virginia.) 
3 Kumochi Cho 1 Chome, Fukiai 
Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai 2591). 

Funk, Miss Elsie, 1949, BGCA— c/o 
Yachiyo Ryokan, Gobo Shi, Waka- 
yama Ken. (Furlough 55-56). 



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Gaardlos, Miss Ruth, 1955, NEOM— 
86 Kitamachi Nakamura Machi, 
Soma Gun, Fukushima Ken. 

Gallegar, Miss Arlie, 1954, TEAM— 
30 Ochiai, Higashi-Kurume, Kita- 
tama Gun, Tokyo-toka. (Tel. 
Kurume 22). 

Galloway, Mrs" Lorraine, BPT — 
Mizuho Machi, Nishitama Gun, 
Tokyo. 



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Gamblin, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, 1953, 
MC(IBC)— 8 Kitanagasa Don 4 
Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe Shi. (Tel. 
2-2961). 

Gamlem, Miss Anna, (China), 1949, 
NLM— 121 Soto Nakabara Cho, 
Matsue, Shimane Ken. 

Gano, Rev. & Mrs. Glenn, 1954, 
ABFMS-2, 2 Chome, Shimouma 
Cho, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

Gardiner, Miss Ernestine W., 1947, 
PEC- 19 Akashi Cho, Chuo Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Garner, Miss Margaret A., 1949—41 
Uwacho, Komegafukuro, Sendai. 
(Tel. 3-3257). 

Garner, Miss Verna Mae, SDA— 171 
Amanuma, 1 Chome, Suginami Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Garrison, Rev. & Mrs. Elton P., 
1950, EUB(IBC)— 45 Daigaku Mae, 
Senriyama, Suita, Osaka Fu. c/o 
513 W. Abriendo, Pueblo, Colorado. 

Garrott, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. W. M., 
(Hawaii), 1934, SBC— Hoshiguma, 
Taguma Mura, Sawara Gun, 
Fukuoka Ken 



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Genberg, Miss Frida, (China), 1951, UM40 
SFM(SMJ)— (Furlough), c/o Rev. 
H. Carlson, Filadelfia, Vaernamo, 
Sweden. 



Gerhard, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs., E & R 
(IBC) International Christian 
Univer-sity, 1500 Osawa, Mitaka, 
Tokyo. (Tel. (398) 3791). 

Germany, Rev. & Mrs. Charles H., 
1947, MC(IBC)— 506 Kamojima 
Cho, Oe Gun, Tokushima Ken. 
Tel. Kamojima 153). 






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Gerry, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1951, ^aSfffii^lS^WlUT 

WEC— Imadegawa, Sagaru, Tera ;w ^iH" 
Machi, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto Shi. 

Getz, Mr. & Mrs. Pierce A., 1953, M-frfi * *- 3g hBjHH 

33 Uwa Cho, Komegafukuro, Sendai ** y % 
Shi. (Tel. Sendai 2-6812). 

Giesbrecht, Martha, 1953, MM— 122 ^pTtJ^ffl^Ul^jira 

Yamamoto Dori, 4 Chome, Ikuta <D— '. \ 

Ku, Kobe. ^-^7'H h 



Gilbertson, Rev. & Mrs. Gaylen, 
1953, ELC— 78, 2 Chome, Torisu 
Cho, Minami Ku, Nagoya. 



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Giles, Miss Sara Rebecca, 1948, MC 
(IBQ— Iai Joshi Koto Gakko, 64 
Suginami Gho, Hakodate Shi. (Tel. 

5277). 

Gilkey, Mr. William E., (China), 

1953, MC(IBC)-c/o Fukunaka, 78 

Matsuzono Cho, Nishimomiya Shi. 
Gillespie, Rev. & Mrs. A. L., 1946. 

SBC-149, Osaka Kamino Cho, 

Tennoji Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 77 6165). 
Gillett, Rev. (Ed. D.) & Mrs. C. S., 

(Marshall & Caroline Islands), 1921, 

ABCFM(IBC) 65 Okaido 3 Chome, 

Matsuyama Shi. (Tel. 394). 
Gingrich, Rev. & Mrs. V. L., 1954, 

PAC — 7-1 Chome, Shinsenji Dori, 

Fukiai Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Givens, Miss Anna, 1950, MC 

(IBQ— 69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Gizze, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent, 1951, 

SCBM— P. O. Box 761 Kobe. 
Glass, Miss E. M., (China), 1951, 

OMF— 112 Minato Cho, Mori, 

Hokkaido. 
Glass, Miss Lois, (China), 1950, 

SBC— 465 6 Chome, Torikai Machi, 

Fukuoka, 



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Glock, Rev. & Mrs. Deimar J., 1951, 
MSC— 15 Nakano Cho, Ushigome, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 

Godoy, Rev. & Mrs. Rolf, 1950, 
LFCN— 1331 Tonomachi, Matsu- 
saka, Mie. 

Goens, Rev. & Mrs. Donald, 1954, 
CG— 93, 3 Chome, Okusawa Machi, 
Tamagawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

Goes, Rev. & Mrs. Gosta, (China), 
1954, SEOM(SMJ)— 568 Minami 
Hongo Cho, Numazu Shi, Shizuoka 
Ken. 

Goertzen, Miss Delna, 1951, TEAM— 
1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3898). 

Goldsmith, Miss Mabel O., 1928, 
CMS— 10, Shojima Kuzubei Cho, 
Kurume. (Tel. 4971). 

Good, Dr. & Mrs. Harold, (China), 
1949, TEAM— 283, 1-chome, Shimo- 
takaido Cho, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

Goodson, Miss Mary F., 1955, 
ABWE— 2227 Shimoarata Cho, 
Kagoshima Shi, Kagoshima Ken. 

Gornitzka, Robert, 1954, NEOM— 
Soma Shi, Fukushima Ken, 






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Gosden, Rev. & Mrs. E. W., 1933, 
JEB— 45, 1 Chome, Asahi, Toyooka 
Shi, Hyogo Ken. 

Goss, Mr. & Mrs. Donn, 1949, 
TEAM— (Furlough) c/o 234 S. E. 
Garfield St., Camas, Wash. 

Goto, Mr. John, 1950, NTM— 312 
Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, Iwate 
Ken. 

Graham, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd B., 1951, 
UCC(IBC)— (Furlough 55 56). 12 
Gazenbo Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3516). 

Grant, Prof. & Mrs. Robert H., 
1947, ABCF(IBC)-1/13 Asukai Cho, 
Tanaka, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 
Yoshida 707). 

Grant, Rev. & Mrs. Worth C, 1950, 
SBC— 11-98 Tsutsumi Dori, Sendai. 
c/o 301 Fomestown Road, Nigh 
Point, N. C, U.S.A. 

Grasmo, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 1950, 

NLM— 121 Soto Nakabara Cho, 

Matsue, Shimane Ken. 
Graves, Miss Alma, (Africa, Hawaii), 

1936, SBC— Seinan Gakuin, Nishijin 

Machi, Fukuoka Shi, 






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Green, Mr. & Mrs. David (Canada), 

1952, WT— 68/285 Shingoryoguchi 

Cho, Nishiiru, Kuramaguchi Dori, 

Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto Shi. 
Greenbank, Miss Katherine, 1920, 

UCC(IBC)— 5090 Motojoya Machi, 

Kofu Shi. (Tel. 5451). 
Gregory, Miss Gladys, (Korea), 1950, 

WT— 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 

Nagoya. 
Gregory, Rev. & Mrs. Paul R., 

(China), 1948, E & R(IBC)— 102 

Osawakawara-koji, Morioka, Iwate 

Ken. (Tel. Morioka 1217). 
Greyell, Mr. Arthur, 1952, ASC— 

Ushibuka Shi, Amakusa Shima, 

Kumamoto Ken. 
Grier, Rev. & Mrs. Louis, 1948, PN 

(IBC)— Komatsuhara 9 Chome, 

Wakayama Shi. (Tel. Wakayama 

630). 
Griesy, Mr. Paul, ABCFM(IBC)— 

Osagi Cho, Iwakura, Sakyo Ku, 

Kyoto. 
Gronlund, Mrs. Mildred, 1951, ASC— 

(Furlough 55-56). c/o 1130 No. Ave 

54, Los Angeles 42, Calif. Higashi 

Shinkoji, Nobeoka Shi, Miyazaki 

Ken. 



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Gronning, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 1951, 
NLM — Tsuyama, Okayama Ken. 
(Tel. Tsuyama 1975). 

Grossjean, Miss V. C, (Korea), 1948, 
SPG— 344, Kamoe Kita Cho, Hama- 
matsu Shi. 

Grubbs, Rev. Thomas W., 1948, PN 
(IBC)— 13 Noda Cho, Yamaguchi 
Shi. 

Grube, Miss Alice, 1932, PN(IBC)— 
200 Shinonome Cho, 2 Chome, 
Higashi Ku, Osaka. 

Gurnther, Rev. & Mrs. H., 1954, 
JCGM— 331, Eifuku Cho, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Gulbrandsen, Mrs. Dagny, 1951, 
FCM— 27, Shinbo, Takefu Shi, 
Fukui Ken. 

Gulick, Mr. & Mrs. Leeds, 1921, 
ABCF(IBC)— Muromachi Dori, Ima- 
degawa Agaru, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto 
Shi. (Tel. Nishijin 5642). 

Gulick, Miss Anna D., 1951, ELC— 
82 Oiwake Cho, Hamamatsu Shi, 
Shizuoka Ken. 










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Guliatt, Rev. & Mrs. Tom D., 1950, 
SBC— 755 Kamagami Cho, Mito. 

Gundersen, Miss Johanna, 1953, 
FCM— P. O. Box 323, Kobe. 

Gunn, Miss Goline, 1950, PS— Nan- 
koryo, Kinjo College, Omori, 
Moriyama Shi, Aichi Ken. 

Gunther, Miss Rubena, 1950, MB— 
7 Kasugade Cho, Naka 6 Chome, 
Konohana Ku, Osaka. (Tel. Kono- 
hana (46)-0234). 

Gwinn, Miss Alice, (Greece), 1922, 
ABCFM(IBC)— Nishi Iru, Imadega- 
wa Agaru, Karasumaru Dori, Kami- 
kyo Ku, Kyoto Shi. (Tel. Nishijin 
0147). 



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H. W., 1920, ABCFM (IBQ-Tai- 

sanso, 2153 Osawa, Mitaka Shi, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 56-6855 (office), Mu- 
sashino 3791 (home)). 

Hagen, Miss Kirsten, FCM— 7. Ka- 
magami Cho, (Box 32) Seto Shi, Ai- 
chi Ken. 

Haglund, Rev. & Mrs. Ake, (China), 
1950, SEOM (SMJ)-149 Hira 
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Hagood, Dr. (M. D.) Martha, 1953, 
22 Kami Ikeda Cho, Kitashirakawa, 
Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 

Haig, Miss Mary, (Formosa & New- 
foundland), 1922, UCG (IBQ— 22 
Sakuragi, Kunoshoji, Tera Machi, 
3 chome, Kanazawa Shi. (Tel. 3- 
0163). 

Hailstone, Miss M. E., SPG, Koran 
Jogakko, 1046, 7 Chome, Hiratsuka, 
Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 

Hall, Miss L. L. (China), 1952, 
OMF— 43 Honcho, Hidaka Mom- 
betsu, Hokkaido. 

Hallgren, Mr. & Mrs. B.R., (China), 
1953, OMF— 2163 Karuizawa, Na- 
gano Ken. 

Halstrom, Mr. & Mrs. Dale, 1952, 
EFCA — 5 Tojiin Nishimachi, Kami- 
gyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijin 4033). 

Halvarson, Rev. & Mrs. Carl M, 
1952, SBC— 252 Miyawaki Cho, 
Takamatsu Shi. 

Hamilton, Miss (Honorary) Florence, 
1914—5083 Takajo Machi, Ueda 
Shi, Nagano Ken. 

Hamilton, Miss Gertrude, 1917, 
UCC (IBC)— 2 Higashi Torizaka, 
Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
48-3325). 



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Hamlin, Rev. & Mrs. Eugene A., 
(Guam), 1954, SDA—1966 Kami- 
kawai Machi, Hodogaya Ku, Yoko- 
hama. 

Hammer, Rev. & Mrs. R.J., 1950, 
CMS— (Furlough) c/o Church Mis- 
sionary Society, 6, Salisbury Square, 
London, E. C. 4. England. Seiko- 
kai Shingakuin, 16, 2 chome Tama- 
gawa Naka Machi, Setagaya Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. Futagotamagawa 575, 
576). 

Hammond, Mr. & Mrs. Al., 1954, 
IND-KGM— 10925 Nishihara Cho, 
Kanoya Shi, Kagoshima Ken. 

Hampton, Miss Lois, 1952, 
ABFMS— 203 Gokenyashiki, Himeji 
Shi, Hyogo Ken. 

Hanaoka, Mr. Kameichi, (Hawaii), 
1951, WT-1 Toyooka Cho, Shiba 
Mita, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

Hannestad, Mrs. Bertha, 1950, 
NMA— 220 Yamashita Cho, Yoko- 
hama. 

Hansen, Rev. & Mrs. Olaf, (China), 
1949, ELC— (Furlough 55-56) c/o 44 
Alexander St. Princeton, New 
Jersey. 



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Hansen, Rev. Harry W., 1953, 
PEC — 70, Asahi Machi, Tomako- 
mai Shi. 

Hanson, Calvin, EFCA, (Furlough)— 
58 Kitamachi Komatsubara, Kyoto. 

Hanson, Miss Lydia, (China), 1950, 
ELC— (Furlough 55-56). c/o 422 
South Fifth St. Minneapolis, Minn. 
U.S.A. 

Hanson, Miss Marian, 1951, ELC — 
38, 1 chome Torisu Cho, Minami 
Ku, Nagoya Shi. 

Haraughty, Miss Mary, 1950, PS— 
(Furlough), c/o 703 Summit, Law- 
ton, Oklahoma. 65 Saiwai Cho, 
Takamatsu. 

Harbin, Rev. & Mrs. A. Van, 1934, 
MC (IBQ— 8 Kwansei Gakuin, 
Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. Nigawa 476). 

Harder, Miss Helene H., 1927, 
ULCA— 979 Hamamatsu Cho, Ma- 
dashi, Fukuoka. (Tel. 3-4580). 

Hardley, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1955, 
ASC — 757 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku 
Ku, Yokohama. 

Harewood, Captain Elwyn C, 1953, 
SA — 17 2-chome, Kanda Jimbocho, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 



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Harker, Rowland, 1ND— 19 Azabu 
Fujimi Cho, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

Harmelink, Miss Fenita, 1954, RCA 
(IBC)— 37 Yamate Cho, Naka Ku, 
Yokohama. (Tel. 2-9183) 

Harms, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1950, 
TEAM— 22 2-chome, Nagara-hatsu- 
hi-cho, Gifu Shi, Gifu Ken. 

Harris, Miss Cora, 1945, SEM— 
(Furlough) 

Harris, Miss Mary C, 1952, MSCC— 
54 Meigetsu Cho 2 chome, Showa 
Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. Nagoya 8-2635). 

Hartman, Miss Doris, 1952, MC 
(IBC)— (Furlough). 49 Kaminagare- 
kawa Cho, Hiroshima Shi. 

Hartwig, Miss Irmgard, 1954, 
JCGM— 331 Eifukucho, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Harvey, Miss H. S., (China), 1951, 
OMF— (Furlough). 43 Honcho Hi- 
daka Mombetsu Machi, Hidaka, 
Hokkaido. 

Hasegawa, Mr. & Mrs. Taro, 1951, 
ASC— 932 Ishiki, Hayama Cho, 
Kanagawa Ken. 

Haslett, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, (Ha- 
waii, Europe), 1948, WT — 1 Toyo- 
oka Cho, Shiba Mita, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. 



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Hass, Rev. & Mrs. Leroy, 1948, 
MSL— 16, 1 chome, Fujimi Cho, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 

Hatori, Akira, POBC— 12/8 Aoyama 
Takagi Cho, Akasaka, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Haugen, Miss Aase, 1954, FCM— 7. 
Kamagami Cho (Box 32), Seto Shi, 
Aichi Ken. 

Havlick, Miss Dorothy, 1951, PN 
(IBQ— 6 of 13, 4 chome, Kudan, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-6763). 

Hawkins, Miss Frances B., 1920, 
MSCC— 54 Meigetsu Cho 2 Chome, 
Showa Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. Nagoya 
8-2635). 

Hawkinson, Miss Marion, 1952, 
ALM— 2429- 1 Higashi-Tsu-Shimo, 
Ogori Machi, Yamaguchi Ken. 
(Tel. 376). 

Hayman, Mr. D. E., 1952, OMF- 
Kita 2, Nishi 2, Kutchan, Hokkai- 
do. 

Hays, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. George 
H., 1948, SBC— Hoshiguma, Tagu- 
ma Mura, Sawara Gun, Fukuoka 
Ken. (Tel. 2-6481). 




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Heerboth, Rev. & Mrs. Paul M., 

1949, MSL— 6, 2 chome, Kudan, 

Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Heidecker, Miss May, 1953, FEGC— 

30 Ochiai, Kurume Mura, Kitata- 

rna Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kurume 22). 
Heimonen, Mr. & Mrs. L. V., 1952, 

FFOM— 20-1 Minamida Cho, Jodo- 

ji, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Helm, Rev. (D. D.), Kenneth E., 

1953, PEC-41, 10 Nishikata Machi, 

Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 92-1370/ 

55-0126). 
Hegge, Rev. & Mrs. Myron, 1950, 

TEAM — 12, 1 chome, Minamishiro 

Machi, Takada Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Heizer, Miss Jo Anne, 1952, PS— 

116 Shigatsuta, Hongu Cho, Kochi 

Shi. (Tel. Kochi 2917). 
Hellberg, Miss Gullbritt, 1952, SEMJ 

(SMJ)— 42, 1 Chome, Ohashinai 

Cho, Muroran Shi, Hokkaido. 
Helling, Rev. & Mrs. Hubert H., 

1952, CN— 18, 2 chome Itabashi 

Machi, Itabashi Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. 

24-6590). 
Hemmingey, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 

FCM— Box 5, Mikuni Machi, Fu- 

kui Ken. 



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Hcmstad, Rev. Ragnvald, 1953, 
CMB — 18 Yamazoe cho, Shugakuin, 
Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 

Hendricks, Rev. & Mrs. K. C, 1921, 
UCMS (IBQ— (Furlough Jan. '55- 
Oct. 55.) c/o Apt. A., 2106 E. 85th 
St., Seattle, Wash., U.S.A. 1233 
Ojimachi, Kita Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
91-5262). 

Henry, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, 1951, 
TEAM— (Furlough '55-56) c/o 145 
So. Rutan, Wichita 8, Kansas. 

Herbst, Miss Ruth, 1952, ELC— 21 
Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo Ku, To- 
kyo. 

Herford, Miss Nannie M., 1932, PN 
(1BC)— 1898 Tomatsuri Cho, Utsu- 
nomiya Shi. 

Heron, Miss Alice Marion, (Aus.), 
1950, WT— Yamate Dori 1 Chome, 
Higashi Tarumi Cho, Tarumi Ku, 
Kobe. 

Hesselgrave, Rev. & Mrs. David, 
EFCA— (Furlough) c/o 3905 Grand 
Avenue S. Mpls, Minn. 58 Kita- 
machi, Komatsubara, Kyoto. 

Hesselink, Rev. & Mrs. I. John, Jr., 
KCA (IBC)— 107 Ohori, Fukuoka. 
(Tel. 2-0017). 



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Hestekind, Rev. Harold N., (China), 

1948, PM— 69 Isogo Machi, Isogo 
Ku, Yokohama. 

Heywood, Mr. & Mrs. R. E. 1950, 
JEB— 4330 Susami Machi, Nishi 
Muro Gun, Wakayama Ken. 

Hibbard, Miss (Ph. D.). 1929, 
ABCFM (IBC)— Muromachi Dori, 
Imadegawa Agaru, Kamikyo Ku, 
Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijin 5642). 

Highfill, Miss Virginia, 1950, SBC— 
(Furlough) c/o 2901 Bon Air Avenue, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 6 Nishi 2 
chome, Harimacho, Abeno Ku, 
Osaka. 

HiTburn, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Sam 
M., 1923, MC (IBC)- 116 Aoyama 
Minami Cho, 6 Chome, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 40-2201). 

Milliard, Rev. & Mrs. Warren I., 

1949, SD A- 164-2 Onden 3 chome, 
Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 

Hinchman, Rev. & Mrs. B. L. 
(Furlough)— c/o American Baptist 
Foreign Mission Society, 152 Madi- 
son Ave., New York 16, N. Y. 

Hindal, Miss Hope, (China), 1949, 
TEAM— (Furlough '53-, ) c/o 41 
Blackmore St., East Greenwhich, R.I. 



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Hintz, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1953, 
MSL— South Odori, West 6, Sap- 
poro, Hokkaido. 

Hitchcock, Miss Alice, 1952, MC 
(IBC) — Tsuyazaki Machi, Munakata 
Gun, Fukuoka Ken. (Tel. Tsuya- 
zaki 33). 

Hjaertstroem, Rev. & Mrs. Arnold, 
1954, SHM (SMJ)— 17 Hikage, 
Shirakawa Shi, Fukushima Ken. 

Hoaas, Rev. & Mrs. Anders, (China), 
Jan. 1950, NLM-Principal of 
Lutheran Bible Institute, 3 Naka- 
jimadori 2 Chome, Fukiai, Kobe. 

Hoagland, Rev. & Mrs. Alan, 1954, 
ALM — 142 4 Chome, Denenchofu, 
Ota Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-2268). 

Hodges, Miss Olive I., (Retired), 
1902, MC (IBC)— 5934 Kowada, 
Chigasaki Shi, Kanagawa Ken. 

Hodges, Rev. & Mrs. Olson, 1949, 
BBF— 639, 4 Chome, Makuhari 
Machi, Chiba Shi. 

Hoffner, Rev. & Mrs. Karl, 1952, 
OMSS (SMJ)— Tanagawa Cho, 
Sennan Gun, Osaka Fu. 

Hogben, Dr. M. M., (China), 1952, 
OMF— 2305 Karuizawa, Nagano 
Ken. 






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Hoh, Rev. David, 1955, ULCA— 303 
Hyakunin Cho 3 Chome, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-2419). 

Hoke, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 1952, 
TEAM— 1603 Omiya Cho, Sugina- 
mi Ku, Tokyo. 

Holdcroft, Miss Joy, 1955, ACF— 
154 Nakadori, Ononii Machi, Ta- 
mura Gun, Fukushima Ken. 

Holdcroft, Miss Mary F., 1950, 
ACF— (Furlough) c/o 832 Cumber- 
land Crescent North Vancouver, 
B. C, Canada. 154 Nakadori, Ono- 
nii Machi, Tamura Gun, Fukushi- 
ma Ken. 

Hollaway, Rev. & Mrs, Ernest Lee, 

1949, SBC— 27 3-Chome, Mitana 
Cho, Chigusa Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. 
73-2808). c/o 2000 Broadus, Fort 
Worth, Texas. 

Hollingworth, Miss Ha, (Aus.), 
\VT— Yamate Dori, 1 Chome, Hi- 
gashi Tarumi Cho, Tarumi Ku, 
Kobe. 

Holritz, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard E., 

1950, TEAM (POBC)— (Furlough 
'55-56) c/o 721 Third St. NE, 
Jamestown, N. D. 



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Holt, Miss Isabel, 1951, WEC— 1003 
Eikyuji Cho, Nagahama Shi, Shi- 
ga Ken. 

Holte, Miss Roselyn, 1952, ELC— 3 
Chome, Nakagawa Cho, Shimada 
Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Holucek, Mr. & Mrs. Frank., 1947, 
CBFMS— Ono Mura, Okuma Ma- 
chi, Futaba Gun, Fukushima Ken. 

Holzwarth, Richard J., GI— 169-2 
Chome, Mabashi, Suginami Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 38-6396). 

Homers tad, Rev. & Mrs. John M., 
1951, ELC— 11-2, 1 chome Umezono 
Cho, Okazaki Shi, Aichi Ken. 

Hoover, Miss Annie, 1949, SBC- 
South 22, West 14, Sapporo, c/o 
3202 E. Third, North Little Rock, 
Ark. 

Horgen, Miss Borghild, 1954, NEOM 
— Haramachi Shi, Fukushima Ken. 

Horning, Miss Edith, 1954, UCC 
(IBC) — 2 Higashi Toriizaka, Azabu, 
Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48 3325). 

Horobin, Miss Harriet M., 1923, 
MSCC— 35 1 Mukaiyama-oike Cho, 
Toyohashi Shi. 



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Horton, Miss Frances, 1952, SBC— 
Seinan Jo Gakuin, Itozu, Kokura. 

Hoshizaki, Rev. & Mrs. Reiji, 1949, 
SBC— (Furlough Aug. '55) c/o 
Southern Baptist Seminary, 2825 
Lexington Rd., Louisville, Ky. 55 
Oiwa, Shizuoka. 

Houston, Miss Lyda S., (China), 
1951, ABCFM(IBC)— Baika Jo 
Gakuin, 6 Chome, Honmachi, 
Toyonaka Shi, Osaka Fu, (Tel. 
5030 Toyonaka). 

Hovey, Miss Marion, 1951, SCBM— 
Kobe. 

Howard, Rev. & Mrs. S. P. Jr., 1949, 
SBC— (Furlough Sep. '55) c/o 3505 
Greenwood Drive, Waco, Texas. 
1290 Nakajimayama, 1 Chome, 
Shinmachi, Shimonoseki. 

Howell, Miss Elizabeth, 1948, MC 
(IBC)— Fukuoka Jo Gakuin, 523 
Minami Yakuin, Fukuoka Shi. 

Howlett, Rev. & Mrs. Floyd G., 
1951, UCC(IBC)-12 Kita6Chome, 
Higashi 3 Jo, Nayoro Shi, Hokkaido. 

Hoy, Dr. Gertrude B., (China), 1949, 
E&R (IBC)— 60 Kozenji Dori, 
Sendai. (Tel. 2-7439). 



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Huddle, Miss Elizabeth, 1951, 
ULCA — Kyushu Jogakuin, Muro- 
zono, Shimizu Machi, Kumamoto 
Shi. (Tel. 5375). 

Huddle, Rev. & Mrs. B., Paul 1940, 
ULCA — (Furlough). Japan Lutheran 
Theological Seminary, 921 Sagino- 
miya 2 Chome, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 39 0959). 

Hudson, Miss Lenora, 1949, SBC— 
(Furlough) 1030 c/o Greenwood, N.E. 
Atlanta, Ga. Seinan Jo Gakuin, 
Itozu, Kokura. (Tel. 5-2744). 

Huey, Mr. Raymond E., 1953, OMS— 
391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 

Huff, Rev. & Mrs. H. F., 1951, 
UCMS(IBC)— Furlough July, ? 55 
-Aug. '56) c/o 99 Claremont Ave., 
New York 27, N. Y., U. S. A. 1233 
Ojimachi, Kita Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
91-5262). 

Hughes, Miss Hazel, (India), 1953, 
UCMS(IBC)— Interboard House, 4 
of 12 Shiba Koen, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 43-2188). 

Hughes, Mr. Lee B., 1948, MC 
(IBC) — Aoyama Gakuin, Shibuya 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 40-2181). 






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Hughes, Miss Mebel, 1953, TN— 

1770, 4 Chome, Kamitakaido, Sugi- 

nami Ku, Tokyo. 
Hughes, Mrs. Marie, 1952, JAM— 

Mise, Unebi-cho, Takaichi Gun. 

Nara Ken. 
Hume, Miss Doris, 1952, FEGC-6735 

Kugenuma, Fujisawa Shi, Kana- 

gawa Ken. 
Hunter, Miss Jean, BPT— Mizuho 

Machi, Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 

Husted, Edith S., (India), 1917, 
ABCFM(IBC)— 65 Okaido 3-chome, 
Matsuyama Shi, (Tel. 394). 

Huttenlock, Mr. & Mrs. George, 

1951, CBFMS— 88 Higashihara 

Machi, Yamagata Shi. (Tel. 4789 

(church).) 
Hyde, Miss Jean, (Aus.), 1951, WT- 

772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku Ku, 

Yokohama. 
Hyland, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 1950, 

ELC— 432 Furusho Cho, Shizuoka 

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Ike, Rev. &. Mrs. Lester, 1954, OMS 
— 391 Kashiwagi 3 chome, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 

Ikenouye, Mr. Iwao, YFC-1770, 4 
Chome, Kamitakaido, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 32 2136). 

Illingworth, Mr. & Mrs. Wallace, 
1952, TEAM— 13 Fusumada Cho, 
Ichinomiya Shi, Aichi Ken. 

Ingulsrud, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 1952, 
ELC— 222 Kamikegawa Cho, Hama- 
matsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Ingwardo, Haakon, 1951, NEOM— 
Soma Shi, Fukushima Ken. 

Irvine, Miss Bessie E., (Philippines). 
1952, SDA— 171 Amanuma, 1 
Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

Iszlaub, Mr. & Mrs. Percy, (Aus.), 
1949, WT— Yamate Dori 1 Chome, 
Higashi Tarumi Cho, Tarumi Ku, 
Kobe. 

Iwasa, Miss Katherine, 1951, JGF— 
63-1 Showa Cho, Hamadera, Sakai 
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Jaabock, Miss Petra, (China), 1949, 
NLM— Oda Shi, Shimane Ken. 

Jackson, Rev. & Mrs. W. H., 1951, 
22-Jo, 6 Chome, Asahigawa. 

Jackson, Mr. William, 1954, NTM— 
Tomonuma, 984 Nogi Mura, Shimo- 
tsugi Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

Jacobsen, Rev. & Mrs. Morris, 1945, 
JEM— (Furlough -Aug. '55) 

Jaeckel, Rev. & Mrs. Theodor, 1954, 
UCC(IBC)— 511 Otani Dori, Kami- 
tomino, Kokura Shi, Kyushu. 

James, Mr. & Mrs. Max, 1951, 
WEC — Higaimoto, Oyodo Cho, 
Yoshino Gun, Nara Ken. 

James, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1951, 
TEAM— 162, 1 Chome, Akebono 
Cho, Tachikawa Shi. (P. O. Box 
14. Tachikawa, Tokyo). (Tel. Tachi- 
kawa 4224). 

Jamieson, Rev. Norman, YFC— 352, 
2 Chome Nishi Okubo, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562). 

Janhsen, Sister Frieda, 1953, JCGM 
— Hamamatsu Shi, Mikatabara 968, 
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Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Helge, 1949, 
OMSS(SMJ)— (Furlough). 

Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 1951, 
SHM(SMJ)— 35 Toyoura, Kuroiso 
Machi, Nasu Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Martin, 
(China), 1952, SBM(SMS)— 48 
Maruyama Cho, Toyooka Shi, 
Hyogo Ken. 

Jarvis, Dr. & Mrs. Fred, 1953, 
TEAM— 735, 4 Chome, Setagaya, 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-4209). 

Jastram, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1953, 
MSL— 668 Kobito Cho, Shibata Shi, 
Niigata Ken. 

Jeanes, Miss Dorothy, 1951, FEGC 
— 1027 Shimo Tano, Minano Machi, 
Chichibu Gun, Saitama Ken. 

Jefferson, Miss Alice (India), 1950, 
MC (IBQ— (Furlough). Kwassui 

Junior College, 12 Higashi Yamate- 
Cho, Nagasaki. 

Jennings, Rev. & Mrs. Raymond, 
1950, ABFMS— Kanto Gakuin Uni- 
versity, Mutsuura, Kanazawa Ku, 
Yokohama (Tel. Yokohama 3-9224). 

Jensen Rev. & Mrs. E. E., (Alaska), 
1948, SDA— Akahira Ku, 5 Han, 
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Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. Louis F., 1953, 
EMCA— 1068-3 Chome, Matsubara 
Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
32-1411). 

Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. Roy, 1953, 
TEAM— 92-3 Shimonaka Cho, 
Misogura Cho, Kanazawa Shi, Ishi- 
kawa Ken. 

Joerneman, Miss Brita, (China), 
1951, SFM(SMJ)— 1953 Nagata Ma- 
chi, Minami Ku, Yokohama Shi. 

Johansen, Miss Inger-Marie, 1951, 
NEOM— Haramachi Shi, Fuku- 
shima Ken. 

Johnsen, Rev. & Mrs. Paul C. 1952, 
ULCA-74 2 Chome, Kasuga Cho, 
Chiba Shi. 

Johnson, Miss Bonnevieve M., 1954, 
EMCA— 1068-3 Chome, Matsubara 
Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
32-1411). 

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. C. E., 1952, 
ASC — Furuichi, 1 Kumi, Kame- 
gawa Machi, Beppu, Oita Ken. 

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald, 1949, 
TEAM— (Furlough '54-55). c/o 509 
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Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Glen, 1950, ^ 'm\iWi\i 'jm®S 
PN(IBC)— (Furlough '55-56). c/o San *£* $ 3 y v v 
Francisco Seminary, San Anselmo, 
Cal. 656 Iwabuchi Cho, Ise Shi, 
Mie Ken. 

Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Gordon, 1951, gtfilJp^PJTfr^j&l 

EMCA— (Furlough -56) 3 Chome, =©— %Hr- 

Gakko Cho, Nagaoka Shi, Niigata & a v V y 
Ken. 

Johnson, Miss Harriet A., 1951, PN ^£HiMJ£fflJ 

(IBC)— Kinjo Cho, Nishio Machi, S>»'Wv 

Aichi Ken. 

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273 1-chome, Horinouchi, Suginami -Oi:tS 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017). ■» 9 - • £>3 V V v 

Johnson, Mrs. Margaret, 1952, ASC— ^53^iJJfr7M^P 

5 Nishinoguchi, Beppu Shi, Oita i/ a v v v 
Ken. 

Johnston, Rev. & Mrs. V. W., &m^%#iR~^0= 

(China), 1955, OMF— 2503 Karui- &u-vx'YV 
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Johnsrud, Rev. & Mrs. Leroy, 1950, 
ELC— 1-356 Nagori Cho, Hama- 
matsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Jones, Miss Gladys, 1950, CBFMS— 
Ko-40 Yachi Machi, Kahoku Cho, 
Nishimurayama Gun, Yamagata 
Ken. (Tel. Tamada 236). 

Jones, Miss Glenys, 1953, CJPM— 445 
Hyakken Machi, Maebashi, Gunma 
Ken. (Tel. Maebashi 5742). 

Jones, Miss Gwyneth, 1953, CJPM— 
445 Hyakken Machi, Maebashi, 
Gumma Ken. (Tel. Maebashi 5742). 

Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Henry, 1953, PN 
(IBQ— 200 2 Chome, Shinonome 
Cho, Higashi Ku, Osaka. 

Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 1954, 
OMS— 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 

Jones, Miss Mary, 1948, MC(IBC)-49 
Kaminagarekawa Cho, Hiroshima 
Shi. 

Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Randolph L., 
1953, MC(IBC)— Kwansai Gakuin, 
Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. Nigawa 491). 

Jonsson, Miss Sigrid, 1953, SEMJ 
(SMJ)— 42, 1 Chome, Ohashinai 
Cho, Muroran Shi, Hokkaido. 



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Jorgense, Miss Anna, FCM, Katsu- 

yama Shi, Fukui Ken. 
Joseph, Mr. Kenny, 1951, TEAM— 

(Furlough '55) c/o 5028 N. Central 

Park Ave., Chicago 25, III. (Tel. 

Juniper 82632). 
Jossang, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, (China), 

1950, NLM— 46 Motodaiku Machi, 

Tottori Shi. 
Joyce, Mr. & Mrs. James, A., 1953, 

MC(IBC)— Chinzei Gakuin, Isahaya 

Shi, Nagasaki Ken. 
Junker, Mr. Calvin, 1954, TEAM— 

1190 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano 

Ken. 
Juten, Miss Shirley, 1952, EUB(IBC)— 

500, 1 Chome, Shimo Ochiai, Shin- 
juku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 95-5031). 

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Rikkyo University, 3 Chome, Ike- 
bukuro, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
97-4707). (91-3121). 

Railing, Miss Ruth, 1952, ABFMS— 
77 Kuritaya, Kanagawa Ku, Yoko- 
hama. (Tel. 4-3687). 






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Kamikawa, Rev. & Mrs. Aigi, 1949, 
UCMS(IBC)— 1233 Ojimachi, -Kita 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 91-4711). 

Kamitsuka, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, 
1949, PN(IBC)— (Furlough '54-55). 
Sapporo, Hokkaido. 

Kanagy, Rev. & Mrs. (R.N.) Lee 
H., 1951, Nemuro Kuni, Naka- 
shibetsu Cho. 

Kaneshiro, Miss Kimiko, 1950, 
FEGC— 1605 4-chome, Shimo Ochi- 
ai, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 

Kaneshiro, Miss Tomi, 1951, FEGC— 

564 Shiizu, Anegasaki Machi, Ichi- 

hara Gun, Chiba Ken. 
Karen, Rev. & Mrs. Artturi, 1922, 

LEAF— 3-1633 Ikebukuro, Toshima 

Ku, Tokyo. 

Karlson, Miss Florence, 1950, 
TEAM— (Furlough '55-56) c/o 9821- 
161 St., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

Kama, Mr. & Mrs. T., 1950, FFOM— 
101. Kamihate Cho, Kitashirakawa, 
Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 

Kauffman, Rev. & Mrs. D., (China), 
1951, PAC— Suehiro Cho, Kitakata 
Shi, Fukushima Ken. 






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Kawashima, Miss Tamie, 1951, 
JGF — 63-1 Showa Cho, Hamadera, 
Sakai Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Hama- 
dera 19). 

Kaylor, Mr. & Mrs. Leo, (Phyllis), 

1951, ASC— 3 Chome, Goryoshita 
Machi, Sendai Shi, Kagoshima Ken. 

Keighley, Rev. & Mrs. Leonard, 

1952, UCC(IBC)— 67 Agata Machi, 
Nagano Shi. (Tel. 4362). 

Kellerman, Miss Jean, (China), 1952, 
EUB(IBC)— 84 Sashigaya Cho, Bun- 
kyo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 92-5516). 

Kelly, Miss D. I., J955, OMF-54 
Matsubara Cho, Aomori Shi, Ao- 
mori Ken. 

Keltie, Mrs. Thelma, (N. Z.), 1951, 
WT— 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 
Nagoya. 

Kempton, Mr. Charles, 1953, OMS- 
(Furlough) 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 

Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. A.R., (China), 
1952, OMF— 2531 Karuizawa, Naga- 
no Ken. 

Kennedy, Miss Helen, 1950, JEM— 
Minatocho, 3 Chome, Kashiwazaki 
Shi, Niigata Ken. 



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Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh, 1949, 
JIM— 3 Higashi Hon Machi, Shimo- 
gamo, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto Shi. 

Kenney, Miss Pearl, 1953, NTM— 31- 
2 Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

King, Mrs. Peggy, 1952, WUMS— 
221 Yamate Machi, Chuo Ku, Yoko- 
hama Shi. 

Kirkpatrick, Rev. & Mrs. L. V. 
(M.A.), 1953, JEB— 466-469 Aza 
Ogi, Honjo Machi Nishi Hama, 
Higashi Nada Ku, Kobe Shi. 

Kiper, Miss Sarah Jane, 1950, 
CBFMS— 68 Umetate Machi, Yarna- 
gata Shi. (Tel. 5076). 

Kitchen, Rev. & Mrs. Theodore., 
1953, 1954, MC(IBC)— 12 Aoba Cho, 
Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel 40-2005). 

Kivle, Rev. & Mrs. Per, 1950, LFCN- 
(Furlough '54-?). 1331 Tonomachi, 
Matsusaka Shi, Mie Ken. 

Klassen, Miss Bernice, 1952, TEAM— 
1, 2-chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3898). 

Kleinjans, Mr. & Mrs. Everett, RCA 
(IBC)— 761, 1-chome, Kami Osaki, 
Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 



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Rlemensson, Miss Gudrun, 1954, 
SMJ(OMSS)— c/o Mr. Noda 20 
Takaha, Tera Guchi, Nada Ku, 
Kobe Shi. 

Klemesrud, Rev. & Mrs. Stanely, 
1953, ELC- 1-356 Nagori Gho, 
Hamamatsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Kluttz, Mr. R., 1954, OMF-Kita 2 
Nishi 2, Kutchan, Hokkaido. 

Knabe, Miss Elizabeth, (Ghina), 1951, 
ABFMS— Tokyo Woman's Christian 
College, 124, 3 chome, Iogi, Sugi- 
nami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-5522). 

Knox, Miss Martha, 1950, SBC— 
(Furlough May '55-?). 2 Chome, 
Meiji Machi, Tobata. (Tel. 3245) 

Knudten, Dr. & Mrs. Arthur C., 
1920, ULCA— (Furlough). Japan 
Lutheran Theological Seminary, 921 
Saginomiya 2 Chome, Nakano Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 39-0959). 

Knutsen, Miss Astri, 1954, NEOM— 
Ueda Machi, Fukushima Ken. 

Knutsen, Edvin, 1954, NEOM— Ban- 
jo Shi, Fukushima Ken. 

Knutson, Rev. & Mrs. Alton, 1951, 
ELC— 3-46, Shiotsu Yaizu Shi, 
Shizuoka Ken. 



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Koch, Miss Joyce, 1954, MC(IBG)- 

12, Higashi Yamate Cho, Nagasaki 

Shi. 
Koch, Rev. & Mrs. Dennis, 1952, 

ULCA— 2 Shimo Itakura Cho, Ko- 

yama, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 

4-274). 
Koehler, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 1954, 

PN(IBC)— Christian Men's Service 

Center, 9 Moto Machi, Sasebo, 

Nagasaki Ken. 
Koets, Miss Magdalena, 1951, 

CRJM— 299 1 Chome Egota, Nakano 

Ku, Tokyo. 

Kolbenson, Miss Bertha, SCBM— 7 
of 1594 Yuasa Machi, Arita Gun, 
Wakayama Ken. 

Kongstein, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 1951, 
NEOM — Iwaki Shi, Fukushima 
Ken. 

Koop, Miss Mary, 1954, NTM— 
(Tomonuma) 984 Nogi Mura, 
Shimotsugi Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

Korver, Mr. & Mrs. Ronald G., 
RCA(IBC)— Meiji Gakuin, 42 Ima- 
zato Cho, Shirokane, Minato Ku, 
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Koski, Miss Beatrice, 1953, FEGC— 
30 Ochiai, Kurume Mura, Kitatama 
Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kurume 22). 

Kramer, Miss Lois F., 1917, EUB 
(IBQ— 500, 1 Chome, Shimo Ochi- 
ai, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 

Krause, Miss Dorothy, 1950, CEFMS 
— Yuzawa Shi, Akita Ken. 

Krause, Rev. & Mrs. Sam H., 1953, 
MB— 60 Yamasaka Cho, 4 Chome, 
Higashi Sumiyoshi Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 
79-2325). 

Krauss, Miss Anne P., 1949, IBPFM 
— 273, 1 chome, Horinouchi, Sugi- 
nami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38 0017). 

Kreps, Mr. & Mrs. Homer, 1953, 
GBFMS— Ho no 19, 3 Yayoi Cho, 
Mukogaoka, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 

Kreps, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie, 1950, MC 
(IBC)— (Furlough) 116 Aoyama 
Minami Cho, 6 Chome, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 40-1201). 

Kreyling, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 1949, 
MSL— 2458 2 Suido Cho, Nagaoka 
Shi, Niigata Ken. 

Kristerson, Miss Ruth, 1951, EMCA 
— 990-3 Chome, Nakameguro Machi, 
Meguro Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 49-8746), 



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Kristiansson, Rev. & Mrs. Gunnar, ISJUlTtfffl^'JMHA"— 

1952, (MCGS)SMS— Swedish Mis- ^i*ffyyy 

sion, Kuwabatake, Aminohama, 

Okayama Shi. (Tel. Okayama 2- 

9672). 
Kroehier, Rev. & Mrs. Armin, 1950, 

E&R(IBC)— (Furlough 55-56) Taka- 

da Machi, Onuma Gun, Fukushima 

Ken. 
Kroeker, Miss Ann, 1950, PAG— 503 J^lf^fS'gTtT 

Ichinosawa Machi, Utsunomiya Shi, 

Tochigi Ken. 
Krueger, Miss Naomi, 1954, E&R 

(IBC)— Intel-board House, 4 of 12 

Shiba Koen, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 43 2188). 
Kubo, Miss Rowena, 1954, FEGC— «$&7tifl£SJIIE64g 

111 Hakuraku, Kanagavva Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217). 
Kuehl, Mr. & Mrs. Delbert, 1951, 

TEAM- 1733, 4 Ghome, Fukazawa 

Cho, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Kuecklich, Miss Gertrud, 1922, EUB 

(IBC)— c/o Aisenryo, Kazo Shi, Sai- 

tama Ken. (Tel. Kazo 341). 
Kung, Rev. Tien Min, 1953, CMB— 

18 Yamazoe Cho, Shugakuin, Sakyo 

Ku, Kyoto, 



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Kunz, Mr. Arthur, 1952, LM— 230 

Takajo Cho, Makabe Machi, Ma- 

kabe Gun, Ibaragi Ken. 
Kvarme, Miss Asta M., 1951, NEOM 

— (Furlough) c/o 20. Mollergaten, 

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Lafe, Rev. Chet, 1954, YFC-352, 2 

Chome, Nishi Okubo, Shinjuku Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562). 
Lammers, Rev. & Mrs. Richard L., 

1948, E&R(IBQ— 6 of 1, Asakai 

Cho, Tanaka, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 

(Tel. 7-4494). 
Lancaster, Miss Cecile, (Hawaii), 

1920, Seinan Jo Gakuin, Itozu, Ko- 

kura. 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. Lewis H. 

Jr., 1952, PS— 27 NakamaegawaCho, 

1 Chome, Tokushima. (Tel. Toku- 

shima 3742). 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. Wm., 1953, 

BMM— Box 49, Fukushima Shi. 
Landis, Janell J., 1953, E&R(IBC) 

— Interboard House, 4 of 12 Shiba 

Koen, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 43 

2188), 









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385 



Lane, Miss Dottie, 1951, Seinan Jo 
Gakuin, Itozu, Kokura. (Tel. 5- 

2744). 

Lang, Rev. & Mrs. Ernst, 1928, 1930, 
EUB(IBC)— 405 Miyatani, Kikuna 
Cho, Kohoku Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 
4-3167). 

Lant, Miss Mary Jo, 1947, TEAM— 
350, 2 Chome, Honmoku Machi, 
Naka Ku, Yokohama Shi. (Tel. 
Yokohama (2)- 7986). 

Larlee, Rev. & Mrs. Charles, 1950, 
TEAM— 1190 Karuizawa Machi, 
Nagano Ken. (Tel. Karuizawa 2522). 

Larson, Mr. & Mrs. David, 1954, 
ABCFM(IBC)— Kobe Jo Gakuin, 
65 Okadayama, Nishinomiya, Shi. 

Latta, Miss Jean, 1950, PAG— 503 
Ichinosawa Machi, Utsunomiya Shi, 
Tochigi Ken. 

Laitinen, Miss Martta, 1952, LEAF— 
5073 Kamihama, Okaya Shi, Naga- 
no Ken. 

Laug, Rev. & Mrs. George, 1948, 
TEAM-261, 3 Ghome, Itabashi 
Machi, Itabashi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel, 
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Lautz, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1951, 

TEAM— 165 Imaizumi Cho, To- 

yama Shi, Toyama Ken. 
Lautzenheiser, Miss Wanda, 1952, 

FEGC— 1027 Shimo Tano, Minano 

Machi, Chichibu Gun, Saitama 

Ken. 
Lawson, Miss Dorothy M. 1949, PN 

(IBC)— Interboard House, 4 of 12 

Shiba Koen, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Lea, Miss L. E., SPG— 21, 2 Chome, 

Yamamoto Dori, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 
Lean, Miss Ruby, (Aus.), 1951, WT— 

772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku Ku, 

Yokohama. 
Lee, Miss Cleo, 1952, ASG— Higashi 

Shinkojo, Nobeoka Shi, Miyazaki 

Ken. 
Leeman, Rev. (M. D.) Judson S., 

1950, PEG— 48, 1 Chome, Aoyama 

Minami Cho, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 48-0524, 55-5151). 
Lehman, Mr. Gene, 1954, PEC— Rik- 

kyo University, 3 Chome, Ikebukuro, 

Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 97-3121). 
Leith, Miss Isobel, 1933, UCC(IBC)— 

Iai Joshi Yochien, 53 Moto Machi, 

Hakodate Shi, Hokkaido, (Tel, 

6764). 




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387 



Leiyn, Miss Jennie, 1950, NTM— 31-2 
Tachi Maehi, Mizusawa Shi, Iwate 
Ken. 

Leonard, Rev. & Mrs. Clifford, 1954, 
NTM— Kamiishiwara, Chofu Ma- 
ehi, Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. 

L'Heuruex, Rev. & Mrs. Louis, 1952, 
ULCA-1306-2 Mihagino Naka- 
muta, Kokura Shi. 

Limbert, Miss Mary, 1950, SBC— 
(Furlough J 55) c/o 2801 Lexington 
Road, Louisville, Ky. 2 Chome, 
Meiji Machi, Tobata Shi. 

Lind, Rev. & Mrs. Ingemar, 1952, 
SFM(SMJ)— 122 Iwama Cho, 2 
Chome, Hodogaya Ku, Yokohama. 

Lind, Miss Jennie S., (China), 1951, 
MC(IBC)— Fukuoka Jo Gakuin, 523 
Minami Yakuin, Fukuoka Shi. 

Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. David, 1955, 
ALM— 139 Higashi Tamagawa Cho, 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-4989). 

Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. Sten, 1951, 
BGCA — Shirahama Cho, Wakayama 
Ken. 

Linden, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, (China) 
1950, SAMJ(SMJ)-2914 Nishi Shin 
Machi, Nakaizumi, Iwate Shi, 
Shizuoka Ken. 






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Lingle, Rev. & Mrs. Wilbur, 1954, 
TEAM— 2419 Karuizawa Machi, 
Nagano Ken. 

Lindquist, Miss Mary, 1952, ALM— 
2429-1 Higashi Tsu Shimo, Ogori 
Machi, Yamaguchi Ken. (Tel. 376). 

Lindsay, Miss Mabel, 1954, TEAM 
— 615 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano 
Ken. 

Lindstrom, Miss Shirley, 1951, 
EMCA— (Furlough May, '55-Sept. 
'56; c/o 5720 W. 8th St., Minn., 
USA 1068-3 Chome, Matsubara 
Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

Lipponen, Miss Sanna, 1947, LEAF 
— c/o B 30, Humalistonkatu, Hel- 
sinki, Finland. 

Little, Mr. John, 1954, WEC— 2 Ban- 
cho, Hikone Shi, Shiga Ken. 

Little, Mr. & Mrs. L. N., (China), 
1953, OMF— 49 Aza-Sawada, Tsu- 
kuri Michi, Aomori Shi, Aomori 
Ken. 

Littlejohn, Miss Jean, 1950, ABCFM 
(IBC)— (Furlough Aug. '55-'56) c/o 
154 S. Sumner Ave., Scranton, 
Penna. Ryogoku, Tomisato Mura, 
Imba Gun, Chiba Ken. 



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Livingston, Rev. & Mrs. Theodore, 
1952, ABFMS— 79, 2 Chome, Nishi- 
kumiura, Ueda, Morioka Shi, Iwate 
Ken. 

Lloyd, Rev. (Ph.D.) Gwilym G. 
(Hawaii), 1950, PN(IBC)— Doshisha 
University, Ryoteramachi Dori, 
Imadegawa Sagaru, Kamikyo Ku, 
Kyoto. 

Lloyd, Rev. & Mrs. John J. 1947, PEC 
— Imadegawa Sagaru, Karasumaru, 
Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. 

Lloyd, Miss Mary, 1929, JEB— 45, 1 
Chome Asahi, Toyooka Shi, Hyogo 
Ken. 

Loenander, Rev. & Mrs. Aake, 1951, 
SAMJ(SMJ)— Yokosa, Furujuku 
Cho, Toyokawa Shi, Aichi Ken. 

Long, Brigadier & Mrs. Arthur G., 
(India), 1951, SA— c/o The Salvation 
Army Young Women's Hostel, 
(Kyuseigun Joshi Seinen Kan), 1, 2 
Chome Misujimachi Asakusa, Daito 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 87-8490). 

Long, Miss Beatrice, 1951, TEAM— 
27 Sakurababa, Kochi Shi, Kochi 
Ken. 









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Long, Mr. & Mrs. Winthrop A., 1951, 
c/o YMCA 7 Fujimi Cho 2 Ghome, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-6373). 

Loveless, Miss Marion, 1952, FEGC 
—30 Ochiai, Kurume Mura, Kita- 
tama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kurume 
22). 

Low, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1952, NTM 
— Takaoka Shi, Toyama Ken. 

Lowe, Miss (R.N.) Ruth Ann, 1951, 
CBFMS — c/o Mr. Tominaga, Saiwai 
Gho, Kurosawajiri Machi, Kitakami 
Shi, Iwate Ken. 

Ludden, Mr. & Mrs. Hartley B., 
1948, SDA — Japan Missionary Col- 
lege, Showa Machi, Chiba Ken. 

Luginsland, Miss Helene, Nurse, 
1951, LM— 58 Shoto Machi, Shibu- 
ya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-4970). 

Luke, Rev. & Mrs. Percy T., 1932, 
JEB — 21 Shinshi Morishita, Yawata 
Cho, Chita Gun, Aichi Ken. 

Lund, Rev. Norman, 1951, SSM— 
2210 Sanno 2 Chome, Ota Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 76-4209). 

Lundeby, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 1951, 
NLM — Acting Principal of Lutheran 
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Kobe." 
Lundeen, Rev. & Mrs. Milton, 1954, 

ALM— 139 Higashi Tamagawa Cho, 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-4989) 
Luttio, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 1952, 

ELC— 51-1 Chome, Otsu, Yoko- 

suka Shi. 
Lyreskog, Rev. & Mrs. Thore, 1953, 

SEOM(SMJ)— 3909 Miya Cho, Mi- 



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MacDonald, Miss Alice E., 1951, 
PN (IBC)— c/o Koichi Hirano, 562 
Fujiyama Itabashi, Odawara, Kana- 
gawa Ken. 

Macdonald, Miss Jean, 1951, UCC 
(IBC)— 69 Agata Machi, Nagano 
Shi, Nagano Ken. (Tel. 4363). 

Mackenzie, Miss Virginia M., 1919, 
PN (IBC)— (Furlough '55-56) Baiko 
Jo Gakuin, Maruyama Cho, Shimo- 
noseki. (Tel. 3722). 

MacLeod, Rev. & Mrs. Ian G., 1950, 
UCC (IBC)— 15 Shiomidai Cho, 
Otaru Shi, Hokkai- do. (Tel. 6542). 



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DIRECTORIES 



MacMurphey, Mr. Charles, 1954, 
ULCA— 351 Oye Machi Moto, 
Kumamoto Shi. (Tel. 566). 

Magnusson, Mr. Hans, 1950, TEAM 
— (Furlough '55-56) c/o Bjorkhaga, 
Spexhult, Nassjo, Sweden. 

Magruder, Rev. & Mrs. J. T., 1952, 

1953, PS— 2-48 Nakajima Dori, 3 
Chome Fukiai Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 
Fukiai (2)-7477). 

Maiden, Miss Margaret, 1954, MC 
(IBQ— 35 Naka-yamate Dori, 4 Cho- 
me, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 

Makinen, Miss A., 1950, FFOM— 
c/o Tsukamoto, Donomae Cho, 
Takehana, Yamashina, Higashi- 
yama Ku, Kyoto. 

Makkonen, Miss Sarah 1950, SSM— 
(Furlough July '55- ) 2210 Sanno 
2 Chome, Ota Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
76-4209). 

Malmvall, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 
(China), 1951, SAMJ (SMJ)-Mu- 
shimizuka Cho, Hamamatsu Shi, 
Shizuoka Ken. 

Malloy, Mr. & Mrs. R. E., 1952, 

1954, JBM— 115 Kumoi Cho, Nishi- 
nomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. (Tel. 
Nishinomiya 67). 



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Manierre, Rev. & Mrs. Stanley, 

1954, ABFMS— 73 Kanoedai, Mina- 

mi Kit, Yokohama. (Tel. Yokohama 

3-1338). 
Manso, Miss Florence (Korea), 1950, 

\VT— 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 

Nagoya. 
Marcks, Miss Margaret M., 1951, 

JEB— Yasuigawa, Shingi Mura, 

Takashima Gun, Shiga Ken. 
Marsh, Miss Edna (Aus.), 1951, VVT 

—2772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku Ku, 

Yokohama. 
Marsh, Miss Lois, 1954, WUMS— 

221, Yamate Machi, Chuo Ku, 

Yokohama Shi. 
Martin, Rev. & Mrs. Edward, 1950, 

NTM — 201 1 Noguchi, Higashi 

Murayama Machi, Kitatama Gun, 

Tokyo. 
Martin, Mr. & Mrs. David, 1951, 

TEAM— (Furlough '55-56) c/o C. 

R. May, Woodbury, Georgia. 5, 

13, Kamitakasho Machi, Kanazawa 

Shi, Ishikawa Ken. 
Martin, Miss Mary, 1949, ACF— 

438 Sakae Machi, 4 Chome, Aizu 

Wakamatsu, Fukushima Ken. 






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Mason, Rev. & Mrs. Jack R. 1951, 
BBF-639, 4 Chome, Makuhari, 
Chiba Shi. (Tel. Kemigawa 347). 

Mass, Miss M. A. (China), 1951, 
OMF— (Furlough). 

Massengill, Miss Mary Lou, 1954, 
352 2 Chome, Nishi Okubo, Shin- 
juku Ku, Tokyo. 

Masson, Mr. Jack, 1951, WEC— 569 
Kondo Gokanosho Cho, Kanzaki 
Gun, Shiga Ken. 

Matheson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert H., 
1952, FEGC-111 Hakuraku, Kana- 
gawa Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217). 

Matthews, Rev. & Mrs. A. E., 
(China), 1952, ABCFM (IBQ— 540 
Takakura, Hino Machi, Minami- 
tama Gun, Tokyo. 

Matthewson, Miss Mildred E., 
(B. W. I.), 1936, UCC (IBQ -2 
Higashi Torizaka, Azabu, Minato 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325). 

Mattson, Rev. & Mrs. Walter, 1953, 
ULCA— 3 Kasumi Cho, Nishino- 
miya Shi. 

Maxwell, Miss Lois, 1953, JEM— 
2895 Kitanakajima Cho, 1 Chome, 
Nagaoka Shi. 






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Maxwell, Miss Patricia, 1954, TEAM 
— 1413 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano 
Ken. 

Maxey, Mr. & Mrs. Mark G., 1954, 
IND-KCM— (Furlough '55) c/o Box 
139, North Vernon, Indiana, U.S.A. 
10925 Nishihara Gho, Kanoya Shi, 
Kagoshima Ken. 

May, Mrs. Frances, 1952, TEAM— 
30 Ochiai, Higashi Kurume, Kita- 
tama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kurume 

22;. 

Mayer, Miss Marjorie, 1948, MC iStMWKOi^i 

(IBC)— 143 Kahiya Machi, Kago- 
shima Shi. 

Mayer, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. (R. N.) 
Paul S., EUB (IBC)— 500, 1 Ghome, 
Shimo Ochiai Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 95-3666). 

McAlpine, Rev. & Mrs. James A., flfc.f.ififtjtfll— T@ 
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1951, MG (IBC)— Seiwa Joshi Tanki 
Daigaku, Okadayama, Nishinomiya 
Shi. (Tel. Nishinomiya, 2624). 

McCall, Rev. & Mrs. Don, PS— 1-13 
Maruya Cho, 4 Chome, Showa Ku, 
Nagoya. (Tel. Mizuho 41 70). 



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McCall, Mr. & Mrs. Lorcn, 1954, 
TEAM— 423 Honan Cho, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo. 

McCammon, Rev. & Mrs. Don M., 
(China), 1953, M-428 Honan Cho, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

McCartney, Mr. & Mrs. Sedoris, 
1948, ULC A— (Furlough) c/o 1435 
West 31 St. Minneapolis, Minn. 

McCormick, Miss Jean, 1949, JEB— 
(Furlough Apr. '54-Sep. '55) c/o 
Japan Evangelistic Band, 19 John 
Street, London, W.C.I. England. 

McCoy, Miss Beulah, 1947, ABFMS 
— 7 Nakajima Cho, Sendai Shi, 
Miyagi Ken. (Tel. Sendai 2-8791). 

McCrimmon, Miss Mary, 1952, 

UCC (IBQ-707 Mure, Mitaka Shi, 

Tokyo. (Tel. Musashino 398 2594). 
McCune, Mr. & Mrs. George, 1951, 

CBFMS — Yonezawa Shi, Yamaga- 

ta Ken. 
McDonald, Mr. Dennis, (England), 

1952, WT— 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka 

Ku, Nagoya. 
McDaniel, Mr. & Mrs. Jack, 1949, 

CBFMS— Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken. 



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McGarvey, Rev. A. Paul, 1952, j£&7ti$Bffi^&?ii5q 
CMA— P. O. Box 70 (547 Kako -fcO 
Machi), Hiroshima. (Tel. 3-6450). 



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McGrath, Miss Violet, 1928, JEB- 
1163 Kami-Oiden, Higashi Tarumi. 
Tarumi Ku, Kobe Shi. 



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Mckay, Rev. & Mrs. Bartlett, 1954, jt^Wfcffl^fm^T 
CN— 193 Sangen Jya Ya Machi, m. 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-0920). 

McKenzie, (M.A.) Prof. & Mrs. 1920, 
UCC(IBC)— International Christian 
University, 1500 Osawa, Mitaka, 
Tokyo. (Tel. (398)3791-3). 

Mclhvaine, Rev. & Mrs. R. Heber, ^^^^bt 



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D. D., 3 Kumochi Cho, 1 Ghome, — TSH 

Fukiai Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai (2)- ■*>M'** 
2591). 

McKay, Miss Doris, 1951, CJPM— SfBlftffflMJ^IfBl 
445 Hyakken Machi, Maebashi, ^™S 
Gumma Ken. (Tel. Maebashi, 5724). "* >y *" 4 

McKim, Miss Nellie, 1947, PEC— ^*ftT:fcTtj#a»r 
Motoshiro Cho, Shimodate Shi, ty^V 

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DIRECTORIES 



McKnight, Rev. & Mrs. Wm.Q., 
1920, ABCFM— Kwansai Gakuin, 
Uegahara, Nishinomiya Shi. 

McLachland, Miss May, 1924, UCG 
(IBG)— 537, 2 Chome, Kawasaki 
Machi, Haibara Gun, Shizuoka 
Ken. 

McLain, Miss Lulu Marie, 1955, MC 
(IBG)— 69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo. 

McLauchlin, Rev. & Mrs. W. C. 
1949, PS— 112 Yamamoto Dori, 4 
Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 
Fukiai (2)- 1887). 

McLean, Rev. Donnel, 1953, JEM— 
Negoya, Kamo Shi, Niigata Ken. 

McLean, Mr. Ralph Stanley, (Eire, 
England), 1951, WT— Yamate Dori 
1 Chome, Higashi Tarumi Cho, 
Tarumi Ku, Kobe Shi. 

McLellan, Miss Luella, 1951, 
ABFMS— 203 Gokenyashiki, Himeji 
Shi, Hyogo Ken. 

McLeroy, Rev. & Mrs. Robin, 1953, 
FEGC— 83, 1-2 Chome, Dai Machi, 
Hachioji Shi, Tokyo. 

McMillan, Miss Mary, 1939, MC 
(IBG) — (Furlough) Hiroshima Jo- 
gakuin, 720 Ushita Machi, Hiro- 
shima Shi, 



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McMillan, Rev. & Mrs. Virgril O., 
1952, 55 Oiwa, Shizuoka Shi. 

McNaughton, Mrs. (L.J.) R. E. 1928, 
1949, IND-OEA— 10 Honcho Hako- 
date, Hokkaido. 

McNeill, Miss Elizabeth, 1950, PS— 
(Furlough '55) c/o Box 141, Archer, 
Florida, 112 Yamamoto Dori, 4 
Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe Shi. (Tel. 
Fukiai 1887). 

McPhail, Mr. & Mrs. John L., 1950, 
NTM — 1304 Kamiyasumatsu, Toko- 
rozawa Shi, Saitama Ken. 

McQuie, Miss Ada, (Korea), 1951, 
MC (IBQ— (Furlough) 42 Nishi 
Yohana Cho, Fukuoka Shi. 

McSherry, Rev. & Mrs. 1949, 
MSCC— 46 Komachi, Hiroshima 
Shi. 

McVety, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, 1949, 
TEAM— (Furlough '55-56) c/o 1043 
Clifton Ave. N. W. Moose Jaw, 
Canada. 

McWilliams, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 
W., 1951, MC (IBQ— 42 Midoriga 
Oka, Mitsui, Hikari Shi, Yamagu- 
chi Ken, 



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Medling, Rev. & Mrs. W. R., 1946, 
SBC— 356 Shin Yashiki Machi, 
Kumamoto Shi. 

Meek, Miss Martha Emma, 1955, 
MC (IBQ— 69 Matsumami Cho, 
Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 

Meeke, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph, 1947, 
CBFMS— Yamagata Shi. 

Melaaen, Mr. Erling & Mrs. Syn- 
nove, NMA— 8867 Shibuta, Ohara 
Machi, Chiba Ken. 

Melchert, Mr. & Mrs. James, F., 
1952, E&R (IBC)— 69 Katahira Cho, 
Sendai Shi. 

Melugin, Rev. & Mrs. E. C, 1953, 
JAM — Ikoma Cho, Nara Ken. 

Mende, Sister Dora, 1953, JCGM— 
Mihogahara 968, Shizuoka Ken. 

Mendl, Wolf, 1955, AFSC— 14, 1 
Chome, Mita Dai Machi, Minato 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-00). 

Merritt, Rev. Richard A., 1949, PEC 
— 131, Taishido, Setagaya Ku, To- 
kyo. 

Metcalf, Rev. & Mrs. Melbourne J., 
1949, EMCA— 382 Sakawa, Oda- 
wara Shi, Kanagavva Ken, 



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Metcalf, Mr. S. A., 1952, OMF— W&!JMt3&&*»I 

Kanagi Machi, Kita Gun, Aomori ^ ^ * ~ 7 

Ken. 
Metzler, Miss Margaret, 1950, AAMS *6RtfWrf]Jl&*- IrES 

-(Furlough May '54- ) 29-3 Chome HT B r*l 

Tatsumi Dori, Asahigaoka, Sakai 

Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. Alexander, 1951, 

ULCA— 370-2 Chome, Shinmachi, 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-6759). 

Meyer, Mr. Hans, 1954, LM— 1933 fli£JI|yF<JI|*ftffi+ffJtf 

Xakanoshima, Kawasaki Shi, Ka 

nagawa Ken. 
Meyer, Betty L., 1952, Hi-BA— 
Meyer, John F., 1952, Hi-BA-52, 2 ^Tf^MPl 

Chome, Kyoshincho Minami Ku, 

Yokohama. 

Meyer, Miss Hildegard, 1950, NTM 
—31-2 Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1949, 
MSL — 16, 1 Chome, Fujimicho, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 

Meynardie, Re- v. & Mrs. Robert E., 
1951, ULCA— 29 Mituzawa Shimo 
Cho, Kanagawa ku, Yokohama. 
(Tel. 4-7252). 






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Miero, Miss Martta, 1938, LEAF— 
c/o 12 Malminkaetu, Helsinki, Fin- 
land. 

Mihara, Miss Hana, (USA), 1950, 
WT— Yamate Dori 1 Chome, Hi- 
gashi Tarumi Cho, Tarumi Ku, 
Kobe Shi. 

Miho, Fumiye, 1954, AFSC— Setaga- 
ya Neighborhood Center, 8, 1 Cho- 
me, Kita Shimouma Cho, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42 4016). 

Millard, Elder & Mrs. Francis R., 
(Philippines), 1929, SDA— 164-2 
Onden, 3 Chome, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Miller, Miss M. E., 1954, OMF— 
2531 Karuizawa, Nagano Ken. 

Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Abram, 1952, 
TEAM— 216 Kitajima, Kitajima 
Cho, Toyohashi Shi, Aichi Ken. 

Miller, Miss Norrine, (Korea), 1950, 
WT— 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 
Nagoya. 

Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Conrad, 1951, 
FEGC— 262 Marutaki, Okochi Mura, 
Nishi Yatsushiro Gun, Yamanashi 
Ken. 






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403 



Miller, Miss Erma L., 1926, MM— 

Honbaba Dori, Funa Machi, Ogaki 

Shi, Gifu Ken. 
Miller, Miss Floryne, (China, Hawaii), 

1939, SBC— Seinan Jo Gakuin, Ito 

zu, Kokura Shi. 
Miller, Miss Jessie M., 1934, MSCC 

5—6 Teppo Cho, Kano Cho, Gifu 

Shi. 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Keith, 1952, 

TEAM— 2-1-3 Surugadai, Kanda, 

Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 29-1512). 
Miller, Miss Marjorie M., 1951, 

ULCA— Kyushu Jogakuin, Shimizu 

Machi, Kumamoto Shi. (Tel. 5375). 
Miller, Miss M., (China), 1953, OMF 

— Kita 22 Nishi 7, Sapporo, Hok- 
kaido. 
Mills, Rev. Edmund, 1952, YFC- 

(Furlough) c/o Box 595, West Union, 

Ohio, U. S. A. 
Mitchell, Miss Anna Marie, 1950, 

ELC— 432 Furusho Cho, Shizuoka 

Ken. 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Guy S., 1953, 

PS— Shikoku Christian College, 

Ikuno, Zentsuji, Kanagawa Ken, 

(Tel, Zentsuji 425), 






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DIRECTORIES 




Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas, 1949, 
TEAM— 30 Ochiai, Higashi Kuru- 
me, Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. 
Kurume 22). 

Mitchell, Rev. Irine G., 1949, PS— 
(Furlough '55) c/o 510 9th Ave. W., 
Huntsville, Ala. 3 Kumochi Cho, 
1 Chome, Fukiai Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 
Fukiai 2591). 

Moase, Miss Helen C., 1953, UCC 
(IBC)— 25 Nishikusabuka Cho, Shi- 
zuoka Shi. 

Moe, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur J., 1952, 
FEGC— 341 Harakomiya, Tasai 
Mura, Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 

Moon, Mrs. Inez, 1952, ASC— Yoshi- 
tomi Machi, Chikujo Gun, Fuku- 
oka Ken. 

Moore, Rev. & Mrs. B.C., 1924, 
RCA (IBC)— (Furlough '55-56) 107 
Ohori Machi, Fukuoka. 

Moore, Miss Helen G., (Philippines) 
1931, MC (IBC)— Kwassui Junior 
College, 12 Higashi Yamate Cho, 
Nagasaki Shi. 

Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Lardner W., 
1924, PS— Shikoku Christian Col- 
lege, Ikuno, Zentsuji, Kagawa Ken. 



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Moore, Rev. (Ed. D.) & Mrs. Ray- 
mond S., 1951, SDA — Japan Mis- 
sionary College, Showa Machi, 
Chiba Ken. 

Moorhead, Rev. & Mrs. M. F., 1946, 
SBC— South 12, West 1, Sapporo 
Shi. (Tel. 2-5918). 

Moran, Rev. & Mrs. S. F., 1916, 
ABCFM (IBQ— 59 Kumoi Cho, 
Nishinomiya Shi. 

Morano, Thuvia, 1951, BMM— Box 
49, Fukushima Shi, Fukushima Ken. 

Moreton, Dr. & Mrs. Hugh, 1951, 
IUGM— 748 Musashino Shi, Sakai, 
Tokyo. (Tel. Musashino 2224). 

Morgan, Rev. & Mrs. Jaymes P., 
(China, Philippines), 1953, ABVVE— 
Higashi Post Office Box No. 39, 
Kagoshima Shi, Kagoshima Ken. 

Morgan, Miss Mary Neal, 1950, SBC 
— c/o 162 Marimon Avenue, Har- 
rodsburg, Ky. 6 Nishi 2 Chome, 
Harima Cho, Abeno Ku, Osaka. 

Morley, Rev. Christopher, Jr., 1951, 
PEC — Central Theological College, 
16, 2 Chome, Naka Machi, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. Futako Tamaga- 
wa 575). 



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Morrill, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas W., 
1949, ABCFM (IBC)-Kansei Gaku- 
in, Uegahara, Nishinomiya Shi. 

Morris, Miss Betty, 1951, CBFM— 
31 Nakasugiyama Dori, Sendai Shi, 
Miyagi Ken. 

Morris, Mr. & Mrs. D., 1952, OMF 
— Higashi Samani, Samani, Hidaka, 
Hokkaido. 

Morris, Mr. A.J. & Mrs., 1952, 
CJPM (Mr.), 1951, CJPM (Mrs.)— 
1091 Kawara Machi, Utsunomiya 
Shi, Tochigi Ken. 

Morris, Miss Kathleen, 1949, ACF— 
438 Sakae Machi, 4 Chome, Aizu 
Wakamatsu, Fukushima Ken. 

Morris, Miss Margaret Geneva, 1955, 
MC (IBQ- 

Moss, Rev. & Mrs. John, 1948, MC 
(IBQ— 116 Aoyama Minami Cho, 
6 Chome, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
40-1201). 

Motoyama, Miss Julia, 1947, JGF— 
80 Midori Cho, Shichiku, Kamikyo 
Ku, Kyoto. 

Moy, Miss Agnes, 1951, FCM— Radjo 
Mon P. O. Kyoto. 



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Mueller, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1951 
TEAM — 1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3442). 

Muir, Rev. & Mrs. Francis, (China), 
1953, UCC (IBQ— Kyoto Shi. 

Mundinger, Miss Dora, 1953, JCGM 
—331 Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Munroe, Miss Ruth M. (Siam, Ja- 
maica), 1952, SDA— 171 Amanuma, 
1 Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

Munsterberg, Dr. & Mrs. Hugo, 
(Episcopal) Ph. D. International 
Christian University, 1500 Osawa, 
Mitaka, Tokyo. 

Murata, Rev. & Mrs. Herbert, 1949, 
1953, FEGO— 1605 4 Chome, Shimo 
Ochiai, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 

Murch, Miss Barbara, 1951, NTM— 
31-2 Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

Mutch, Rev. & Mrs., 1955, MSCC 

— 3-14 Yamawaki Cho, Showa Ku, 

Nagoya Shi. 
Myhrwold, Miss Froydis, 1951, ELC 

— 3 Chome, Nakagawa Cho, Shi- 

mada Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 



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DIRECTORIES 



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Nader, Miss Esther, 1951, TEAM— 
1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3442). 

Nako, Mill Adeline, (Hawaii), 1953, 
WT — 62 Shinkawara Machi, Sendai 
Shi. 

Neff, Mr. Dal R., 1953, OMS- 
(Furlough) 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 

Nelson, Miss Ada, (China), 1952, 
ABFMS— 2, 1 Chome, Misaki Cho, 
Kanda, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
29-3115). 

Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Alfred, (China), 
1953, SFM (SMJ)-339 Takabatake 
Cho, Kofu Shi, Yamanashi Ken. 
(Tel. Kofu 6335). (Telegram address: 
FREEMION KOFU). 

Nelson, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. An- 
drew N., (China, Philippines), 1918, 
SDA— 164-2 Onden 3 Chome, Shi- 
buya Ku, Tokyo. 

Nelson, Miss Anna, 1954, TEAM— 
1413 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano 
Ken. 



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409 



Nelson, Rev. & Mrs., (Furlough '55) 
c/o 2000 Broadus, Ft. Worth, Texas. 

Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Don, 1951, 
TEAM— 1433, 2 Chome, Setagaya, 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-1367). 

Nelson, Miss Grace, 1954, ELC— 21 
Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 

Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Loyce N., 1950, 
SBC— 236 Hirose Machi, Okayama. 

Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Paul W., 1950, 
SDA— 160 Ohori Machi, Fukuoka 
Shi, Kyushu. (Tel. Fukuoka 2-6989). 

Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1952, 

ELC— 103 Kawara Machi, Toyo- 

hashi Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Netland, Mr. & Mrs. Anton, 1952, 

TEAM— 2163 Karuizawa Machi, 

Nagano Ken. (Tel. Karuizawa 2302). 
Neufeld, Miss Bertha, 1915, FEGC— 

1183 Zushi, Zushi Shi, Kanagawa 

Ken. 
Neumann, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 

1954, ELC— 21 Maruyama Cho, 

Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 
Neve, Rev. & Mrs. Lloyd R., 1948, 

ULCA— 118 Sasayama Machi 2 

Chome, Kurume Shi. (Tel. 4972). 



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DIRECTORIES 



Newbrander, Rev. & Mrs. Virgil, 
1951, FEGC— 30 Ochiai, Kurume 
Mura, Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. 
Kurume 22). 

Nicholls, Rev. & Mrs. Walter, (China), 
1949, ABWE— (Furlough) c/o 1304 
Schaff Building, Fifteenth and Race 
Streets, Philadelphia 2, Pennsulava- 
nia, U. S. A. Higashi Post 

Office Box No. 39, Kagoshima Shi, 
Kagoshima Ken. 

Nicholson, Donald V., 1950, IND— 
(Furlough '55-56), Gokasho P.O., 
Shiga Ken. 

Nicholson, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert V., 
1951, IND-(Furlough '55-56). 

Nicholson, Rev. & Mrs. John, 1949, 
ABFMS — 4 Miharudai, Minami 
Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 3-6628). 

Niemi, Miss Tyyne, 1926, LEAF — c/o 
9 D 17 Lonnrotinkatu, Jelsinki, Fin- 
land, c/o Oishi, 185, 4 Chome, Den- 
enchofu, Ota Ku, Tokyo. 

Nilsson, Miss Ella, (China), 1950, 
SEOM(SMJ)— 1675 Omiya, Fujino- 
miya Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Nimura, Miss Blanche, 1952, ASC— 
c/o Tamura, Nishi Noguchi, Beppu 
Shi, Oita Ken. 















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Nishi, Rev. (Ph.D.), 1951, PEC— 
Central Theological College, 16, 2 
Chome, Tamagawa Naka Machi, 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Futako 
Tamagawa 575). 

Noe, Miss Lorraine, 1954, TEAM — 
1413 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano 
Km. 

Noel, Fon O. & Elizabeth B., 1954, 
AFSC— Toyama Heights Neighbor- 
hood Center, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 34-7245). 

Borden, Rev. & Mrs. Russell L, 1953, 
RCA(IBC)— Kurume. 

Norland, Mr. Bernhard & Mrs. 
Rachel, NMA-184 Yamate Yoko- 
hama. 

Nordli, Miss Edel, FCM— Katsuyama 
Shi, Fukui, Ken. 

Nordstrand, Miss Edel, (China), 
1953, NLM— 27-5 Chimorimachi, 1 
Chome, Suma, Kobe. 

Nordstrom, Miss Elaine, 1952, BGCA 
—2-352 Nishiokubo, Shinjuku Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Norman, Rev. & Mrs. W. H. H., 
1932, UCC(IBC)— 7 Kwansei Gakuin 
University, Uegahara, Nishinomiya 
Shi. (Tel. Nishinomiya 620). 






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Norton, Mr. & Mrs. James, 1952, 
TEAM-483 Aza Higashi Bamba, 
Oaza Kurita, Nagano Shi, Nagano 
Ken. 

Norton, Rev. & Mrs. Richard B., 
(China, Thailand), 1951 PN(IBC)— 
Dange, Shimosato Mura, Kasai 
Gun, Hyogo Ken. 

Notehelfer Mr. & Mrs. Norman H., 
1951, ULCA — 1 Chome, Tamagawa, 
Todoroki Machi, Setagaya Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Nuding, Rev. & Mrs. Norman H., 
1951, ULCA-25 Ichiban Cho, 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-8832). 

Nukida, Mr. William J.j 1949, UPC 
326 Fushimi Cho, Sapporo, Hok- 
kaido. 

Nyren, Miss Margareta, (China), 
1949, MCCS(SMJ)— (Furlough) 

Hovslaett, Sweden. 



Odden, Miss Guri, (China), 1950, 
NMA— Otaki Machi, Isumi Gun, 
Chiba Ken. 

Oehler, Rev. & Mrs. Harald, 1952, 
GEAM— 2-20 Tomizaka, Bunkyo 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 92-2921). 



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Oestreich, Rev. & Mrs. George, 1949, 
JGF— 462-4 Showa Cho, Hamada, 
Sakai Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Hama- 
dera 324). 

Offner, Rev. & Mrs. Clark B., 1951, 
CCC — 66 Hozen, Kuma, Kariya Shi, 
Aichi Ken. 

Oglesby, Mrs. Angela M., 1949, PEC 
—20, Nozaki Dori 8 Chome, Fukiai 
Ku, Kobe. 

Oldridge, Miss (Th. D.), Mary Belle, 
1920, MC(IBC)— 11 Konno Cho, 
Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 

Olfert, Miss Marie, 1950, FEGC— 
1183 Zushi, Zushi Shi, Kanagawa 
Ken. 

Oliver, Rev. & Mrs. Ed. L., 1950, 
SBC— (Furlough '54-55) c/o 202 N. 
Birchwood, Louisville, Ky. 98 Kami 
Arata Machi, Kagosnima. (Tel. 
4070). 

Olofsson, Miss Birgit, 1953, SFM 
(SMJ)— 359 Furujiku, Aoyagi, Masu- 
ho Cho, Yamanashi Ken. 

Olofsson, Miss Eva, (China), 1950, 
SFM(SMJ)— 359 Furujiku, Aoyagi, 
Masuho Cho, Yamanashi Ken. 



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Olson, Rev. & Mrs. George L., 1950, 
ALM— 1410 Saijo Machi, Kamo 
Gun, Hiroshima Ken. (Tel. 31). 

Olson, Rev. & Mrs. Norman 1951, 
ELC — 1 Kajima Cho, Fuji Shi, 
Shizuoka Ken. 

Oltman, Miss C. Janet, 1914, RCA 
(IBC) — Pre-retirement furlough 1955 
37 Yamate Cho, Naka Ku, Yoko- 
hama. 

Oltman, Mr. & Mrs. Paul V., (Co- 
lombia), 1931, PN(IBC)— Furlough 
'55-56) c/o 47 Claremont Ave., New 
York, N. Y.) 19-9 Tsuna Machi, 
Mita, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45- 
0438). 

Ormiston, Dr. R. I., 1952, OMF— 
Kita 22 Nishi 7, Sapporo, Hokkaido. 

Orth, Rev. Donald B., 1952, UCC 
(IBC)— (Furlough '55-56) Higashi, 
1 Jo, Minami 7 Chome, Obihiro 
Shi, Hokkaido. 

Osborne, Rev. David & Mrs. Alice, 
1955, AAMS— 2 Shimizu Cho, Nishi- 
nomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. (Tel. 
Nishinomiya 1055). 

Outerbridge, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. 
H. W., 1910, UCC(IBC)— 4 Kwansei 
Gakuin University, Uegahara, Nishi- 
nomiya Shi. (Tel, Nishinomiya 620, 
670), 



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Overland, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 
1952, FM— 352-2 Chome, Nishi- 
Okubo, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 

Oxley, Rev. & Mrs. H. D. 1952, BPM 
—38 Kajiya Machi, Hitoyoshi Shi, 
Kumamoto Ken. 



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Paine, Miss Mildred Anne, 1920, MC 
(IBC)— Aikei Gakuin, 1035 Motoki, 
1 Chome, Adachi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
88-2815). 

Painton, Miss Margaret (N. Z., Aus), 
1951, WT— 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka 
Ku, Nagoya. 

Pallmeyer, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 1951, 
MSL — Asahi Machi, 9 Chome, 
Asahigawa Shi, Hokkaido. 

Palmer, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph T., 
UCMC(IBC)— 55 Nakadate Machi, 
Honjo Shi, Yuri Gun, Akita Ken. 

Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. P. Lee 
MC(IBC)— 1 Hanayama Cho, 1 
Chome, Nagata Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 
5-1856). 

Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. Peyton L., 
1948, 1954, MC(IBC)— Interboard 
House, 4 of 12 Shiba Koen, Minato 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 43-2188). 



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Parr, Miss D. A., 1927, CJPM-445 
Hyakken Cho, Maebashi Shi, Gum- 
ma Ken. 

Park, Miss Evalyn, (Hawaii), 1953, 
WT— 772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku 
Ku, Yokohama. 

Parker, Rev. & Mrs. Calivin, 1951, 
SBC— 139, Kita, Togashi Machi, 
Kanazawa Shi. 

Parker, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 1949, 
FEGC— (Furlough- '55 Oct.) 

Parker, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1952, 
TEAM— (Furlough '53- ) c/o The 
Evangelical Alliance Mission, 2839 
W. McLean Ave., Chicago 47, 111. 

Parsons, Miss Maud (China) 1951, 
MC(IBC)— 9 Nakakawarage Cho, 
Hirosaki Shi. 

Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 1948, 
MC(IBC)— Kochi Chi, Kochi Ken. 

Parsons, Rev. William B., Jr., 1951, 
PEC(Furlough)— Protestant Episco- 
Church, 28, 4th Avenue., N. Y. C. 

pal 10, N. Y. 

Pape, Rev. & Mrs. W. H., (China), 
1952, OMF— c/o Tokyo Theological 
Seminary, 3 Horinouchi 1 Chome, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 




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Patkau, Eather, 1951, MM— 50 Yodo- 

gawa Cho, Miyazaki Shi. (Tel. 

4009). 
Patton, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew, 1948, 

CCGM— 27 Sakurayama Machi, 

Nakano Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-5334). 
Patterson, Rev. & Mrs. James, 

1953, BGCA— 2-13 Toyotama Kita 

Nerima Ku, Tokyo. 
Paul, Miss Eva, 1951, SAC— 2 Chome, 

Hon Machi, Saeki Shi, Oita Ken. 
Pearson, Bruce & Barbara, 1954, 

AFSC— 75, 2 Chome, Maruyama 

Dori, Abeno Ku, Osaka Shi. 
Pease, Miss Harriet, (R.N.) 1951, 

CBFMS — c/o Mr. Tominaga, Sai- 

wai Cho, Kurosawajiri Machi, Kita- 

kami Shi, Iwate Ken. 
Peavy, Miss Anne, 1923, MC(IBC)— 

Seiwa Joshi Tanki Daigaku, ( )kada- 

yama, Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. Nishi- 

nomiya 2624). 
Peckham, Miss Caroline S., 1915, 

MC(IBC)— Kwassui Junior College, 

12 higashi Yamate Cho, Nagasaki 

Shi. (Tel. 1416). 
Pedersen, Miss Lois, 1950, ELC— 

(Furlough 1955) c/o 1719 Iowa Ave, 

Superior, Wis, U. S. A. 



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Pedersen, Miss Ruth E., 1950, FOM 
15, Shironouchi Dori, Nada Ku, 
Kobe. 

Pelttari, Miss M., 1952, FFOM— c/o 
Ogawa, Joyo Cho, Kuze Gun, 
Kyoto Fu. 

Percival, Mr. & Mrs. McKay(USA), 
1953, WT— 68/285 Nishiiru, Kurama- 
guchi Dori, Shingoryoguchi Cho, 
Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. 

Perry, Mr. Charles E., 1951, PEC— 
(Furlough Sep. "55- ) c/o Protestant 
Episcopal Church, 281 4th Ave. 
NYC 10, N. Y. Rikkyo University, 
3 Chome, Ikebukuro, Toshima Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Persson, Rev. & Mrs. Folke, (Mon- 
golia), 1951, SEMJ(SMJ)— 43, 3 
Chome, Shimouma Machi, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Peters, Miss Dorothy, 1953, FEGC— 
6735 Kugenuma, Fujisawa Shi, Ka- 
nagawa Ken. 

Peters, Miss Jean, 1953, UCC(IBC)— 
c/o Tsunehiko Maki, 361, 4 Chome, 
Asagaya, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 39-9295) 

Petersen, Rev. & Mrs. Lyle, 1951, 
TEAM— 2048, Hojo Machi, Tate- 
yama Shi, Chiba Ken, 



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Peterson, Miss Tordis M., 1953, E 
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& R(IBC)— c/o Mrs. Shizuko Iwasa, 

415 To-no-dan, Kamikyo Ku, 

Sakuragi Gho. 
Pettersson, Miss Anne, 1953, (OMSS) 

SMJ— 534 Uenosniba Cho, Sakai 

Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Peterson, Rev. & Mrs. Lyle W., 

1954 PS-87 Takajo Machi, Kochi 

Shi. (Tel. Kochi 2937). 
Pettitt, Mr. Leon, (Wales, England), 

1951, WT— 1 Toyooka Cho, Shiba, 

Mita, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Pfaff, Miss Anne, 1937, JGF— Besho 

Cho, 152 1, Kishiwada Shi, Osaka 

Fu. (Tel. Kishiwada 1961). 
Pfost, Lois, 1953, BMM— Box 49, 

Fukushima Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Phibbs, Rev. & Mrs. Don, 1952, 

NTM— 96 Ichiriyama, Katayama 

Mura, Kitaadachi Gun, Saitama 

Ken. 
Phillips, Snr.-Major Dorothy D., 

1949, SA— 17, 2 Chome Kanda 

Jimbocho, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Phillips, Mr. & Mrs. George, 1951, 

TEAM— 38, 2-Chome, Nishisaka 

Machi, Chigusa Ku, Nagoya Shi. 



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Phipps, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph, 1954, 

MSL — 16, 1 Chome, Fujimicho, 

Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Pickering, Rev. & Mrs. F. L., 1955, 

JBBM— 380 Nakagawa, Takaoka 

Shi, Toyama Ken. 
Pickett, Rev. Clyde, 1952, AGM— 

Dogukoji, Takanabe Cho, Miyazaki 

Ken. 
Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Charles E., 1950, 

ICEF— 25 Shoto Machi, Shibuya 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-2342) 

Pietsch, Rev. & Mrs. Timothy, 1936, 

IND— 179 Miyamae Cho, Meguro 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Piirainen, Miss Kaisu, 1952, LEAF — 

Minami 12-Jo, Nishi 12 Chome, 

Sapporo, Hokkaido. 

Pinckney, Miss Ruth, 1948, TEAM— 
953 Aza Miwa, Nagano Shi, Naga- 
no Ken. 

Placzek, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 1953, 

FEGC — 739 Kusabana, Tasai Mura, 

Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 
Pixler, Miss Mildred, 1953, ICEF— 

19-4 Nakayamate Dori, Ikuta Ku, 

Kobe Shi, Hyogo Ken. 



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Poellmitz, Sister Else, 1953, Mihoga- 
hara-968, Hamamatsu Shi, Shizu- 
oka Ken. 

Poetter, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1950, 

MSL— Jojo, Kamo Shi, 3 Chome, -<*■• 

Niigata Ken. 

Pond, Miss Helen M., 1949, PEC- ItLffMWKmM 
19 Akashi Cho, Chuo Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 55-5151). 

Popp, Rev. & Krs. Milton, 1951, 
MSL— 49-Matunami Cho, 3 Chome, 
Niigata Shi. 

Post, Miss Vida, 1920, ABFMS— 
(Furlough). 

Potter, Miss Elaine, 1954, ABWE— 
2227 Shimoarata Cho, Kagoshima 
Ken. 



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Powell, Rev. Donald H. & Dr. (M. nPJMm&l&m 
D.) Marion G., 1952, PCC Naga- 
mine Yama, Oishi, Nada Ku, 
Kobe. (Tel. 8-5429). 



Powell, Miss Lilian (R. N.), 1934, 
MSCC— New Life Sanatorium, 
Obuse Machi, Kamitakai Gun, 
Nagano Ken. (Tel. Obuse 33). 






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Powell, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1948, 
TEAM— (Furlough '55-56), c/o Aud 
Scott, R. #3, Madisonville, Ky. 
Powers, Rev. Floyd W. & Mrs. 
Musa, 1950, AAMS— 29-3 Chome, 
Tatsumi Dori, Asahigaoka, Sakai 
Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Sakai 1660). 
Powlas, Miss Annie, 1919, ULCA— 
80 Konodai, Ichikawa Shi, Chiba 
Ken. (Tel. Ichikawa 4182). 
Powlas, Miss Maud, 1918, ULCA— 
Shionen, Chuoku, Arao Shi, Kuma- 
moto Ken. 
Powles, Rt. Rev. & Mrs., P. S. C. 
1916, MSCC-3-14 Yamawaki Cho, 
Showa Ku, Nagoya Shi. (Tel. 73- 
4291). 
Price, Rev. Jewel, 27-2, 2 Chome, 
Shinohara Hon Machi, Nada ku, 
Kobe. 
Price, Miss Winifred, 1951, FEGC— 
1027 Shimo Tano, Minano Machi, 
Chichibu Gun, Saitama Ken. 
Prins, Mr. & Mrs. Harry, 1954, 
EFCA— 2507 Karuizawa Machi, 
Karuizawa Shi. 
Prinsell, Miss Edna, 1953, FEGC— 
1 1 1 Hakuraku, Kanagaw Ku, Yoko- 
hama. (Tel. 4-5217). 



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Prudehl, Miss Erika, (Germany), 
1953, WT— 772 Shinohara Cho, Ko- 
hoku Ku, Yokohama. 

Purser, Miss Constance M. 1951, 
MSCC— Poole Gakuin, Katsuyama 
Dori 5, Ikuno Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 
Tennoji 290). 



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Yuzawa Shi, Akita Ken. r J ^u\£- 

Quisenberry, Mr. & Mrs. Bill, 1955, ffi?fcrtT#K 
ASC— 26 Uchiko Cho, Naka Ku, ^vty^'J- 

Yokohama. 



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Raby, Miss Judy, 1953, JGF-80 $Jm.Vsm$k>ft 
Midori Cho, Shinchi Ku, Kamikyo *&»! AO 9 tf- 
Ku, Kyoto. 

Rahn, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1953, *Rrtf«*7tiHTB 

MC(IBC)— 5 Wakamatsu Dori, 3 ^ as 
Chome, Toyonaka Shi, Osaka Fu, 
(Tel. Toyonaka 5822). 
Ramseyer, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1954, 
MM— 122 4 Chome, Yamamoto 
Dori, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 



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Rasmussen, Rev. & Mrs. Peter, 1954, 
ULCA— 456, 1 Chome, Shimo Ochi- 
ai, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 95- 
3708). 

Reasoner, Rev. & Mrs. Rollin S., 
1951, FEGC-972 Kami Ikegami 
Gho, Ota Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 78-2481 
(neighbor)). 

Reber, Rev. & Mrs. Don D., 1952, 
M— 8-15-52 Hombetsu Cho, Naka- 
gawa Gun, Tokachi Kuni, Hok- 
kaido. 

Rediker, Rev. Beulah, (China), 1950, 
A AMS— (Furlough Nov. '53-00) 971 
Yodoya Machi, Kurayoshi Shi, Tot- 
tori Ken. 

Reece, Rev. Taylor, 1952, TEAM— 
112, 2-Chome, Hakusanura Machi, 
Niigata Shi, Niigata Ken. 

Reed, Miss Gloria J. 1952, MC(IBG) 
— (Furlough) Iai Joshi Koto Gakko, 
64 Suginami Cho, Hakodate Shi. 

Reedy, Mr. Boyd, 1954, MC(IBC)— 
Interboard House, 4 of 12 Shiba 
Koen, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
43-2188). 

Reese, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1948, 
FEGC— 214-5 Kitashinden, Shimo- 
hoya, Hoya Machi, Kitatama Gun, 
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Reeves, Miss Grace G., 1954, ABCFM gg7tj^#»m*- 
(IBC)— 59 Kumoi Cho, Nishinomiya V ~^ x 

Shi. 

Regier, Evelyn, 1954, BMM-Box 49 te&&lg&lti&giS 
Fukushima Shi, Fukushima Ken. 



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Register, Miss Kathleen, 1954, MC m^W^E&IF^J 

(IBC)— 11 Konno Cho, Shibuya Ku, — *«***- 
Tokyo. (Tel. 40-0649). 

Rehefeld, Miss Hannah, 1952, EUB ^EEftjftpSWL^ 
(IBC)— c/o Aisenryo, Kazo Shi, Sai- ^.%M 
tama Ken. (Tel. Kazo 341). l/>f?**>K 

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Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-1059). 

Reid, Miss Pearl M., 1950, FM— 44 

Maruyama Dori 1 Chome, Abeno 

Ku, Osaka. 
Reimer, Rev. & Mrs. Willard, 1955, 

FEGC — 111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa 

Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217). 
Reiser, Miss A. Irene, PN(IBC)— 

Hokuriku Gakuin, 10 Kami Kaki- 

nokibatake, Kanazawa Shi, Ishi- 

kawa Ken. (Tel. 2-7163). 
Remahl, Miss Ragna, 1952, LEAF— )£;£$&& £&■& 

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Ressler, Misses Ruth & Rhoda, 1953, 
M — Kamishihoro Cho, Tokachi 
Kuni, Hokkaido. 

Reusser, Rev. & Mrs. George F., 
1953, E & R(IBC)— 565 Nagano Cho, 
Minami Kawachi Gun, Osaka Fu. 
(Tel. Osaka Nagano 118). 

Reynolds, Mr. & Mrs. A. T. F., 
(China), 1952, OMF— 819 Shizudai, 
Anegasaki, Chiba Ken. 

Rhoads, Esther, B., 1917, AFSC— 14, 

1 Chome, Mita Dai Machi, Minato 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-0804). 

Rhodes, Rev. Erroll F. W., 1951, 
PEC — Central Theological College, 
16, 2 Chome, Tamagawa Naka 
Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

Ribi, Mrs. H. Kurt, 1948, IBPFM- 
273 1 Chome, Horinouchi, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017). 

Richards, Rev. Earnest D., 1947, 
PEC— Shoin Junior College, 1 Cho- 
me, Nakajima Dori, Fukiai Ku, 
Kobe. 

Richard, Rev. & Mrs. Joe, 1954, M— 

2 Shimouma Cho, 2 Chome, Seta- 
gaya Ku, Tokyo. 






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Rider, Miss Shirley M., 1950, PN 
(IBC) — Muromachi Dori, Imade- 
gawa Agaru, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. 

Ridley, Rev. & Mrs. Walter, 1955, 
I CC(IBC)— 2 of 35, 3 Chome, Den- 
enchofu, Ota Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72- 
3980). 

Riggs, Miss, Yenda, 1954, JEM— 
2895 Kitanakajimacho, 1 Chome, 
Nagaoka Shi, Niigata Ken. 

Rigmark, Rev. & Mrs. K. William 
(China), 1948, EMCA— 990-3 Cho- 
me, Nakameguro Machi, Meguro 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 49-8746). 

Riis, Miss Helene, FCM— Katsuki 
Byo-in, Komatsu Shi, Ishikawa 
Ken. 

Rinell, Rev. & Mrs. Egron, (China), 
1950, SAM— Kanto Gakuin Uni- 
versity, Mutsuura, Kanazawa Ku, 
Yokohama Shi. 

Rippey, Miss Hazel M. (China), 1952, 
MC(IBC)-3 Nishi Sapporo, Ebetsu 
Shi, Sapporo Gun, Hokkaido. 

Rittenhouse, Jane, 1954, AFSC— 14, 
1 Chome, Mita Dai Machi, Minato 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-0804). 



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Roberts, Mrs. Floyd(May M.), 1929, 
ABCFM (IBC) - Kobe Jogakuin, 
Okadayama, Nishinomiya Shi. 

Roberts, Mr. Geoff, 1952, WEG— 
2. Ban Cho, Hikone Shi, Shiga 
Ken. 

Robertson, Miss Grace M., 1950, 
ABCFM(IBC)-Shoei Junior Col- 
lege, Nakayama Dori, 6 Chome, 
lkuta Ku, Kobe. (Tel. (College) 
Motomachi 4-2865). 

Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. Roy, 1950, 
TN— (Furlough) 1770, 4 Chome, 
Kamitakaido, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

Robertson, Rev. & Mrs. S. D., 1954, 
UCC(IBC)— 12 Gazenbo Cho, Aza- 
bu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48- 
3516). 

Robertstad, Miss Ruth, (China), 
1950, NLM— Oda Shi, Shimane 
Ken. 

Robinson, Miss E., 1955, OMF— 54 
Matsubara Cho, Aomori Shi, Ao- 
mori Ken. 

Robinson, Miss Hilda M., 1912, 
MSCC— 18 Shogetsu Cho 5, Mizuho 
Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. Nagoya 8-0275). 



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Roejaas, Rev. & Mrs. Josef, (China), 

1949, MCCS(SMJ)— 361 Kuwa- 

batake, Aminohama, Okayama Shi, 

Okayama Ken. (Tel. Okayama 

9627). 
Roesti, Miss Magdalene, 1953, LM— 

935 Kugahara Machi, Ota Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 75 0211). 
Rojas, Rev. & Mrs. J., 1949, MCCS 

—Swedish Mission, Aminohama, 

Okayama Shi. (Tel. Okayama 2- 

9672). 
Rokka, Mr. & Mrs. J., 1954, FFOM 

— 33 Minamida Cho, Jodoji, Sakyo 

Ku, Kyoto. 
Rolph, Mr. & Mrs. George, 1951, 

ASC — Takanashi Cho, Sasebo Shi, 

Nagasaki Ken. 
Rorke, Miss M. Luella, 1919, UCC 

(IBQ— 25 Nishikusabuka Cho, 

Shizuoka Shi. 
Ross, Rev. Myron W., 1954, E & R 

(IBC)— Interboard House, 4 of 12 

Shiba Koen, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 43 2188). 
Rossman, Rev. & Mrs. Vern, 1952, 

UCMS(IBC)-1233 Ojimachi, Kiia 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 91-5262). 






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Roth, Mr. & Mrs. Charles K.— (Fur- 
lough till July 1955) c/o American 
Soul Clinic, Box 69 Main Office, 
Los Angeles 53, Calif. 

Roundhill, Mr. Kenneth, 1951, WEC 
c/o Otani Yasumasa, 1 No. 22 Shino- 
hara Hon Machi, Nada Ku, Kobe 
Shi. 

Rubright, Rev. & Mrs. Richard W., 
1951, E & R(IBC)-126 Tsuchidoi, 
Sendai. (Tel. Sendai 2-6638). 

Rudolph, Miss Bjorg E., FCM— 9-1. 
Tawara Shimo Machi, Fukui Shi. 

Rudolph, Rev. & Mrs. J. W., FCM— 
9 1. Tawara Shimo Machi, Fukui 
Shi. 

Rumball, Rev. & Mrs. W. E. P. 

(Furlough '55). 

Russell, Mr. & Mrs. L. Wayne, 1950, 
ICEF— 5914, 2 Chome, Minami Cho, 
Nerima Ku, Tokyo. 

Ryburn, Miss Jean, 1953, PS— Nan- 
koryo, Kinjo Gakuin College, Omori, 
Moriyama Shi, Aichi Ken. (Tel. 
Nagoya Shigai, Omori 53 Otsu). 



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Sabina, Mr. & Mrs. Moses, 1950, 
CBFMS— 167, 3 Hachi Ken Koji 
Minami Koizumi Sendai Shi. 

Sager, Rev. & Mrs. Jack, 1950, SDA 
—32 Hasekura Cho, Sendai Shi.. 

Saito, Mr. & Mrs. Morse T., 1949, 
1948, MC(IBC)— on furlough 8 
Kitanagasa Dori, 4 Chome, Ikuta 
Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 2-5056). 

Salter, Miss Bessie, 1954, ELC— 21 
Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 

Samson, Miss Lillian, (Hawaii), 1953, 
WT— 62 Shinkawara Machi, Sendai. 

Sandberg, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, (China), 

1951, OMSS(SMJ)— 122 Aoi Cho, 
Minato, Wakayama Shi, Wakayama 
Ken. 

Sanderholm, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 

1952, ASC-85 Nanuka Machi, Hito- 
yoshi Shi, Kumamoto Ken. 

Sanderson, Miss Abbie, (China), 
1954, ABFMS-7 Nakajima Cho, 
Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken. (Tel. Sen- 
dai 2-8791). 



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Sano, Miss Alice Y., 1954, PEG— 5, 

Sakuguchi Dori, 4 Chome, Fukiai 

Ku, Kobe. 
Sano, Miss Eileen, 1954, ASC— 1165 

Goya Dori, Beppu Shi, Oita Ken. 
Sanoden, Rev. & Mrs. Russel, 1952, 

ELC — 66 Hayashi Gho, Bunkyo Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Sapsford, Rev. & Mrs. Leslie 1953, 

TEAM— 2426 Karuizawa Machi, 

Nagano Ken. 
Sarjeant, Rev. & Mrs. Joh, 1951, 

TEAM— 1068, 2 Chome, Setagaya 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-2233). 
Satoda, Miss Chiyoko, 1950, JEM— 

Negoya, Kamo Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Satterwhite, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. J. 

P., 1952, SBC— 5 Nishi Senouchi 

Cho, Kitashirakawa, Sakyo Ku, 

Kyoto. 
Saunders, Miss Violet, 1931, UCC 

(IBC)— 2 Higashi Toriizaka, Azabu, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325). 
Savary, Rev. R. N., B. A., L. Th., 

B. D. & Mrs. 1937, MSCC-3-73 

Saiwai Cho, Tokushima Shi. 
Savillle, Miss Rose, 1925, .JEB— 2 of 

251 Kami Naka Machi, Kaibara 

Machi, Hikami Gun, Hyogo Ken. 



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Savolainen, Rev. & Mrs. Paavo, 
1939, LEAF— 108 Kobinata Suido 
Cho, Kunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 

Savolainen, Rev. & Mrs. Vihtori, 
1907, LEAF— c/o 17 C Vainolankatu, 
Helsinki, Finland. 

Sawada, Rev. & Mrs. Ben, 1950, MC 

(IBC)— 116 Aoyama Minami Cho. 

(> Chome, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Schar, Paul & Ruth H., 1953, SAJM 

— Obana, Kanai Mura, Sadp Gun, 

Niigata Ken. 



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NLM— 46 Motodaiku Machi, Tot- 
tori Shi. 
Scherer, Rev. & Mrs. James, 1952, 
ULCA— 88, 2 Chome, Torikai Ma- 
chi, Fukuoka Shi. 

Schmidt, Miss Dorothy, 1937, PN 
(IBC)— 500 Shimo Ochiai 1 Chome, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 

Schmidt, Miss Ruth, 1954, GMM— 
Higashi Naruo 12, Naruo Cho, 
Nishinomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. 

Schneider, Miss Doris, 1952, EUB 
(IBC)— 45 Daigaku Mae, Senriyama 
Suita, Osaka Fu, 



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DIRECTORIES 



Schnydrig, Miss Emmi, GJPM— 

(Furlough Apr. 55-00) c/o Kander- 

grund, Kt. Bern, Switzerland. 
Schone, Mr. & Mrs. John, 1950, 

TEAM— 1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-1059). 
Schroer, Dr. Gilbert D., 1954, E& 

R(IBC)— Takada Machi, Onuma 

Gun, Fukushima Ken. 
Schultz, Helmut, 1953, OMS— 391 

Kashiwagi 3. Chome, Shinjuku Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 
Schwab, Miss Elsa, (Sumatra), 1941, 

MG(IBG) 14-4 Hiratacho Katagihara, 

Uekyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Schwab, Mr. & Mrs. John, 1948, 

TEAM— (Furlough) c/o 201 Colum- 
bia St., Turlock, Calif. 
Schweitzer, Mr. Carl F., 1952, E & 

R(IBC)— 61 Kozenji Dori, Sendai. 

(Tel. 3-3256). 
Scott, Mr. Richard, 1952, TN— 1770, 

4 Chome, Kamitakaido, Suginami 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Scruton, Miss Fern, (B.W.I.O., 1925, 

UCC(IBC)— 2 Higashi Toriizaka, 

Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

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Searle, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce (Aus.), 
1951, WT— 772 Shinohara Cho, Ko- 
hoku Ku, Yokohama. 

Searle, Mr. Victor C. Jr., 1953, E & 
R(IBC)— 61 Kozenji Dori, -Sendai 
Shi, Miyagi Ken. (Tel. Sendai 3256). 

Searle, Mr. & Mrs. W. G., (China), 
1951, OMF— 2305 Karuizawa, Naga- 
no Ken. 

Seely, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur, 1950, 
TEAM— 870, 3 Chome, Matsubara 
Cho, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
32-2280). 

Seely, Arthur J. (T. E. A. M.), 1951, 
POBC— (Furlough) c/o 911 Yesler, 
Seattle 4. Wash. 

Selvey, Miss Esther, 1952, MC(IBC) 
— Aikei Gakuen, 1035 Motoki 1 Cho- 
me, Adachi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 88 
2815). 

Setterholm, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, ALM 
—3765 Onoue, Uanai Shi, Yama- 
guchi Ken. (Tel. 432). 

Sevland, Miss Eva, 1937, TEAM— 
615 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano Ken. 

Sharpless, Edith F., 1910, AFSC— 
1674 Sakura Machi, Mito Shi, Iba- 
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Shattuck, Miss Betty, 1949, TEAM— 
1352 Karuizawa, Nagano Ken. 

Shaver, Rev. & Mrs. I. L., 1919, MC 
(IBQ— (Furlough '55-56). 94 Niage 
Machi, Oita Shi. 

Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard, 1950, 
FEGC— 3 of 105 Chome, Fusuma 
Cho, Meguro Ku, Tokyo. 

Shaw, Bernard N., 1950, POBC— 105 
3 Fusuma Machi, Meguro Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Shepherd, Rev. & Mrs. Doyle M., 
1949, CN— (Furlough) 

Shepard, Rev. & Mrs. John W., 1948, 
SBC— (Furlough May '55 ? ) c/o 
1587 Olympian Circle, S.W. Atlanta, 
Ga. Seinan Gakuin, Nishijin Machi, 
Fukuoka. (Tel. 2-0537). 

Sheperd, Miss K. M., 1910, SPG— 
11, 2 Chome, Taidera, Akashi Shi. 
Hyogo Ken. 

Sheppard, Miss Alison, 1952, MSCC 
— 229 Nishi Nagano Machi, Nagano 
Shi. (Tel. Nagano, Kurosawa 2961). 

Sherer, Rev. & Mrs. R. C. 1948, 
SBC — 1, 7 Chome, Kami Tsutsui, 
Fukiai Ku, Kobe, 



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Shelton, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, 1953, 

OMS— 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 
Shevchenko, Rev. David, 1953, ROC fl!F*^fflKUl*3i 

— 19/1, Yamamoto Dori, 1 Chome, 

Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 
Shibata, Rev. & Mrs. George, 1949, 

MSL— 860, 4 Chome, Shimo Me- 

guro, Meguro Ku, Tokyo. *£ 

Shimer, Mr. & Mrs. Eliot R., 1948, mmi'lUW^TS 

1953, MC(IBC)— 305 Shiroyama 

Cho, 2 Chome, Nagasaki Shi. (Tel. 

2928). 
Shiver, Miss Mavis, 1953, SBC-352 

2 Chome, Nishi Okubo, Shinjuku 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562). 

Shook, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, Jr. 1955, 

ABVVE— 60 Shimoarata Cho, Kago- 

shima Shi, Kagoshima Ken. 
Shorey, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1952, 

TEAM— 1512, 3 Chome, Azuma 

Cho, Kashiwa Shi, Chiba Ken. 

Shorrock, Rev. & Mrs. Hallam C, 
Jr., 1947, UCMS(IBC)— 44 Hachi- 
yama-cho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo. 

Sides, Mrs. Norma, 1952, ASC— Inoi U^Bi^nmU 
Baba, Kaseda Shi, Kawanabe Gun, 
Kagoshima Ken. 



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Siebert, Rev. & Mrs. Johnny, 1951, 
FEGC — 253 Sawai, Shimobun, Mita 
Mura, Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 
Silfwerbrand, Rev. Carl G.O.. 
(China), 1950, IND(SMJ)— c/o J. E. 
C S., 30 Ochiai, Higashi Kurume, 
Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. 
Simeonsson, Rev. & Mrs. Josef, 
(China), 1950, SAMJ(SMJ)-141 
Kamiikegawa Cho, Hamamatsu Shi, 
Shizuoka Ken. 
Sims, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 1947, 
CCM— 450 Arai Machi, Nakano 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-3173). 
Singleton, Miss E. M., (China), 1951, 
OMF— 54 Matsubara Cho, Aomori 
Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Sipple, Mr. & Mrs. Carl S., 1930, 
ER(IBC)— 69 Katahiracho, Sendai 
Shi. 
Siter, Miss Verlaine R., 1953, RCA 
(IBC)— BaikoJoGakuin, 1854 Maru- 
yama Cho, Shimonoseki Shi. (Tel. 
3722). 
Skauge, Miss. Olga, 1950, FCM— 
Box 5. Mikuni Machi, Fukui Ken. 
Skillman, Mr. & Mrs. John, 1951, 
MC(IBC)— Aoyama Gakuin, Shibu- 
ya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 40-2183). 



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Skoeld, Dr. & Mrs. Sam, 1950, ('JM4 1 ) ^a^ 

(China)— (On Furlough), (MCCS) 

SMJ — Odengatan 94, Stockholm^ 

Sweden. 
Skoog, Miss Maj-Britt, 1954 OMSS 

(SMJ)— 1954-Hankyu Rokko Apart- 
ment, Miyayama Cho, 2 Chome 20, 

Nada Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Skoog, Rev. & Mrs. Ronald, 1955, 

BGCA— 3-5439 Minamicho Nerima 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Slichter, Miss. Betty, (On furlough 

1954-1955). Ill Fairlawn Avenue, 
Toronto, 12, Ont. Canada. 
Smith, Miss Alice Elsa, (Furloug- 

April 1955) 1937, JEB— c/o Japan 

Evangelistic Band, 1412 N. Kingsley 

Drive, Los Angeles 27, Calif., 

U. S. A. 
Smith, Miss. Genevieve, 1948, TEAM CflllW£WI**#!tr 

40 Aza Uo Machi, Daishoji Machi, 

Enuma Gun, Ishikawa Ken. 
Smith, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 1953, 

FEGC— 525 Shukugo Cho, Utsuno- 

miya Shi, Tochigi Ken. 
Smith, Miss I. Webster, 1916, JEB— 

3 of 1, 2 Chome, Surugadai, Kan- 
da, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (I.V.C.F. 

Centre) (Tel. 25-1512). 






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Smith, Miss D. Jane, 1947, MM— 
Tomidahama, Yokkaichi, Mie Ken. 
(Tomida 96). 
Smith, Miss Lucy E., (China), 1951, 
SBC— 35/1 177 Yoyogi Uehara Shibu- 
ya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-2347). 
Smith, Miss Margaret, R. N., 1947, 
CBFMS — Kurosawajiri Machi Kita- 
kami Shi, Iwate Ken. 
Smith, Rev. & Mfs. Nathan, 1951. 
142-2 Fujimi Cho, 1-Chome, Tachi- 
kawa, Tokyo. 
Smith, Rev. Norman, 1951, (On fur- 
lough) MSCC— c/o R. T. Rev. P. 
S. C. Powles 3-14 Yamawaki Cho, 
Showa Ku, Nagoya Shi. 
Smith, Rev. Robert M., 1951, PEC— 
133, Honmura Cho, Azabu, Minato 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-4685). 
Smith, Miss Ruth, 1949, (on Furlough 
1954-55) TEAM— 5060 Hermosa 
Ave., Los Angeles, 41, Calif. 
Smith, Mr. Roy, 1903, MC(IBC)— 15 
Shinohara Minami Cho, 2-Chome, 
Nada Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 8-5750). 
Smythe, Mrs. L. C. M. 33 Chikara 
Machi, 4-Chome, Higashi Ku, Na- 
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Snelson, Miss Irene, 1949, JGF (on x**.yy 

furlough) 6719 North Carlisle Street 

Philadelphia 26, Pa. 
Snider, Mrs. Hilda, 1951, CMA- 

Hinami Horibata, Matsuyama Shi, 

Shikoku. (Tel. 1009). 
Snyder, Miss Ruth F. 1952, 33 Uwa- 

Cho, Komegafukuro, Sendai Shi. 

(Tel. Sendai 2-6812). 
Soderbacka, Rev. & Mrs. Gottfried, 

1952, LEAF— 6709 Tonbe, Shimo- 

Suwa Machi, Nagano Ken. 

Soderberg, Miss Ida, 1951 (China) 
SEOM(SMJ)*— 3909 Miya Cho, Mi- 
shima Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Soltau, Rev. & Mrs. Addison P. 1953, 
IBPFM— 273 1-Chome, Horinouchi, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017). 

Solvoll, Rev. & Mrs. Arnulf, FCM— 

22 Zenshoji Cho, Suma Ku, Kobe 

Shi. 
Sorenson, Rev. & Mrs. Morris, 1953, 

ELC— 10 Nishikata Machi, Bunkyo 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Sorhus, Rev. & Mrs. Magnus, 1954, 

NLM, Evangelism. 827 Kanigasaka 

Seibu, Akashi, Kobe Shi. 



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Sorley, Rev. & Mrs. Francis B. ftl&Ul&WftflfcKSt 
Temma, Nachi Machi, Wakayama y — i/« 

Ken. 

Sorrentino, Mrs. Louis V., 1950, %^)&ft±3\i}mij0 
CBFMS, Nakagawaishi, Kuro- 
sawajiri Machi, Kitakami Shi, Iwa- 
te Ken. 



Spaulding, Rev. L. R., 1949, SEM- *HS*«ltfl1itf« 
Kujiranami, Kashiwazaki Shi, Nii- ffi*ft§£^K 
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SBC— 9 Nishi Kojima Cho, Dai- fi *-<YX 

tokuen, Nagasaki. 

Spencer, Rev. & Mrs. A. E., 1952, ^Mrfi^fiMffiPJ 
SBC— 27 3-Chome, Mitana Cho, 3TB~-fc; 
Chigusa Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. 73-2808). x^y*V 

Spencer, Miss Gladys G., 1947, PEC W£lfr»l*3iiiW 
—494, Renpei Machi, Namiuchi, 0*10 
Aomori Shi. xHv**- 

Spoor, Mr. & Mrs. Leroy, 1951, ^WHWf^Tfr 

NTM, Takaoka Shi, Toyama Ken. x,-h'T 

Springer, Mr. & Mrs. Victor, 1949, x^yy^dl*) 
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443 



Stanley, Miss Ethel, 1950, NTM, 
lida, Suzu Shi, Ishikawa Ken. 

Stark, Miss Kerstin, 1955, SEMJ 
(SMJ)— 43 Shimouma Machi, 3 
Chome, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

Starn, Miss Pauline, (China), 1954, 
UCMS(IBC)— Interboard House, 4 
of 12 Shiba Koen, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 43-2188). 

Start, Dr. R. K., M. D., C. M. and 
Mrs. Start 1930, MSCC— On ex- 
tended leave. 15 Alice St., Brad- 
ford, Ont., Canada. 

Staveley, Miss J. Ann, (1928, OMS— 
c/o Rt. Rev. R. K. Ueda, 1507 
Nishi 17 Chome, Minami 14-jo, 
Sapporo Shi. (Tel. 2-4214). 

Steinhoff, Miss Karoline, 1951, GMM 
Higashi Naruo 12, Naruo Cho, 
Nishinomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. 

Stellwagon, Rev. Russell, 1951, 
TEAM-1213 Nishihon Machi, Asa- 
ma Machi, Nagano Ken. (Tel. Iwa- 
murada 3). 

Stenberg, Rev. & Mrs. Kenneth, 
1950, ELC— 20, 2 Chome Tokiwadai, 
ltabashi Ku, Tokyo. 



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Stermer, Miss Dorothy, 1951, TEAM 
— 1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3442). 

Stevens, Miss Catherine B., 1920, MC 
(IBC) — Yokosuka Gakuin, 82 Ina- 
oka Cho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa 
Ken. 

Stewart, Miss Betty, 1953, PS— 116 
Shigatsuta, Hongu Cho, Kochi. 
(Tel. Kochi 2917). 

Stokes, Miss Lucy Belle, 1949, 352 
2-Chome, Nishi Okubo, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562). 

Stout, Miss Dorothy J., 1950, PEC— 
Rikkyo Jogakuin, 123, 3-Chome, 
Kugayama, Suginanii Ku, Tokyo. 

Street, Mr. & Mrs. L. A., (China), 
1952, OMF-Kita 22 Nishi 7, Sap- 
poro, Hokkaido. 

Strege, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 1949, 
MSL Asahi Machi 4 Chome, Asahi- 
gawa Shi, Hokkaido. 

Strohm, Miss Elsbeth, 1953, JCGM— 
331 Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Strom, Mr. & Mrs. Verner, 1951, 
TEAM — Hiniizo, Tazawa-mura, 
Nakauonuma Gun, Niigata Ken. 










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Stubbs, Rev. (Ed. D.) & Mrs. David 

Carson, (India), 1935, MC(IBC)— 6 

Kansai Gakuin, Nishinomiya Shi. 

(Tel. Nigawa 476). 
Stumpf, Rev. & Mrs. Ray, 1950, 

CMA— 255 Itsukaichi Machi, Saiki 

Gun, Hiroshima Ken. (Tel. 250 ) 
Sulley, Miss Winifred, 1951, WEC— 

569 Kondo Gokanosho Cho, Kan- 

zaki Gun, Shiga Ken. (Ishizuka 49). 
Sumners, Miss. Gerturde, 1953, PEC 

Bishamon Cho, Tonodan, Kamikyo 

Ku, Kyoto. 
Sunde, Mr. & Mrs. Ken WEC— 569 

Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kanzaki 

Gun, Shiga Ken. (Tel. Ishizuka 49). 
Sundberg, Rev. & Mrs. Fred, 1952, 

(OMSS)SMJ— 534 Ucnoshiba Cho, 

Sakai Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Suttie, Miss E. Gwen, 1928, 2 Higashi, 

Toriizaka, Azabu, Minato Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325). 
Sutton, Rev. Robert L., 1952, GRJM 

16 Saka Maehi, Yotsuya, Shinjuku- 

ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-6610). 
Suzuki, Mr. Paul, IND— 179 Miya- 

mae Cho, Meguro Ku, Tokyo. Faith 

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Svendsen, Miss. Anna, 1951, NEOM 
— Ueda Machi, Fukushima Ken. 

Svensson, Rev. Birger, 1955 SHM 
(SMJ) — 35 Toyoura, Kuroiso Machi, 
Nasu Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

Svensson, Miss Ester, 1950 (China), 
SAMJ(SMJ)— 80 Moto Machi, 
Azumada Cho, Toyohashi Shi, Ai- 
chi Ken. 

Swain, Rev. & Mrs. David L., 1953, 
MC(IBG)— 30 Shinano Machi, Shin- 
juku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-2432). 

Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. Clarence, 
1952, FEGC— 111 Hakuraku, Kana- 
gawa Ku, Yokohama. 

Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin, (Fur- 
lough 1955-56), 1951, ALM— 477 
Nishinomiya Cho, Mihara Shi, Hiro- 
shima Ken. (Tel. 1044). 2445 Park 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 
U. S. A. 

Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. Glen E., 1950, 
BGCA— (furlough 1955). Narukawa 
Kiho Cho, Mie Ken. 

Sweet, Rev. & Mrs. Leonard E., 1948, 
FEGC — 111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa 
Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4 5217), 




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Sweetman, Rev. & Mrs. Leonard, 
1955, CRJM— 299 1-Chome, Egota, 
Nakano Ku, Tokyo. 

Swendseid, Rev. & Mrs. Douglas, 

1952, ELC — 35 Komagome, Hayashi 
Cho, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 82 
4819). 

Swenson, Miss Nell, (R. N.), 1954, 
PS — 112 Yamamoto Dori, 4 Ghome, 
Ikuta Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai 1887). 

Swift, Miss Mildred, 1950, TEAM— 
4492 Oaza Inabe, Ina-shi, Nagano 
Ken. 

Syphers, Dr. & Mrs. C. Irwin, (M. 
D.), 1949, SDA— 171 Amanuma, 1 
Ghome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

Sytsma, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1952, 
CRJM— 299 1 Ghome, Egota, Naka- 
no Ku, Tokyo. 

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Tack, Rev. & Mrs. Marvin A., 1952, 
ALM— 1628 Higashi-Sabarei, Bofu 
Shi, Yamaguchi Ken. (Tel. 1876). 

Talmage, Rev. & Mrs. John E., 

1953, PCG&PS-(Served in Korea 
Beginning 1937) 17-2 Aotani Cho, 
2 Chome, Nada Ku, Kobe, (Tel. 
8-9239). 



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Talley, Miss Frances, 1946—536 Mi- 

nami Machi, 5 Chome, Oaza Dogo, 

Matsuyama. 
Tang, Rev. & Mrs. Gordon O., 1950, 

E&C— 78, 2 Chome, Torisu Cho, 

Minami Ku, Nagoya. 

Tanigawa, Miss Elsie (Hawaii), 1949, 
WT— 1, Toyooka Cho, Mita, Shiba, 
Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

Tanis, Rev. & Mrs. Paul H., RCA 
(IBC)— 1543 2 Terao Ayasc machi, 
Koza Gun Kanagawa Ken. 

Tarr, Miss Alberta, 1932, MC (IBC) 
— Nishinoguchi Machi, Beppu Shi, 
Kyushu. 

Taylor, Rev. & Mrs. Arch. B. Jr., 
PS— 1, Yamada Cho, 3 Chome, 
Nada Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Mikage (8) 
2760). 

Taylor, Miss Beth, (USA), 1952, WT 
—68/285 Shingoryoguchi Cho, Nishi- 
iru, Kuramaguchi Dori, Kamikyo 
Ku, Kyoto. 

Taylor, Miss Dorothy, PN (IBC)— 
Hokusei Gakuin, Minami 5 jo, 
Nishi 17 Chome, Sapporo, Hok- 
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Taylor, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, (China), 

1949, CCCM— 129 Uehara Cho, 

Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 
Teele, Mr. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. Roy 

E., (China), 1950, MC (IBQ-2, 

Kwansai Gakuin, Nishinomiya Shi. 

(Tel. Nigawa 491) (on furlough 

1955-56). 
Tennant, Miss Elizabeth R., 1948, 

MC (IBC)— Kwassui Junior College, 

12, Higashi Yamate Cho, Nagasaki 

Shi. (Tel. 1416). 
Tetro, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 1950, 

CBFMS — Yuzawa, Tateoka Machi, 

Murayama Shi, Yamagata Ken. 

(Tel. (Sato) 139). 
Tewes, Mr. & Mrs. E. H., 1951, 

MSL — 15, Nakano Cho, l T shigome, 

Sh'injuku Ku, Tokyo. 
Thalleen, Rev. & Mrs. Waldor, 1950, 

EFGA— 58, Kita Machi, Komatsu- 

bara, Kyoto. 
Theiss, Dr. & Mrs. Otto H., 1952, 

MSL— 480, 2 Chome, Sendagaya, 

Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 
Theuer, Rev. & Mrs. George, 

(China), 1949, EUB (IBC)— 217, 

Kamide Baba Cho, Otsu Shi. (Tel, 

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Thiessen, Bernard, 1952, MM— '^MtiW^^S—TU 

Thiessen, Ruby, 1952—39, 1 Ghome, Hft ^-t 
Matsubashi Cho, Miyazaki Shi. 

Thoern, Miss Inez, (China), 1951, £&Jft£&lfTS>fcja: 

OMSS (SMJ)-llO, Hachiken Cho, *r»T O 

Nishikitsuji, Nara Shi, Nara Ken. **-v •-f -** 

Thomas, Miss Wilna C, 1949, UCC ~MPM B /iET n 1 

(IBC)— c/o Uchigaki, 3-584, Shimo- HTIHA0 

Meguro, Meguro Ku, Tokyo. rt*&^ K"** 

Thompson, Rev. & Mrs. Everett #t^7f?fflrfPJ * 'J 

W., 1926, MC (IBC)— Christian X*ty*y>r 

Center, Taura Machi, Yokosuka h A-y v 
Shi. 



Thompson, Mr. Lawrence H., 1953, W^HMiJTfi 

MC (IBC)— 2 Shimo Shirokane Cho, T£»T=: 

Hirosaki Shi. Aomori Ken. h a v v 

Thomson, Mr. L. H., 1955, OMF- WfcSftWSTfr&jt^ 

49, Azasawasa, Tsukuri Michi, Ao- ?Kffl0^t 
mori Shi, Aomori Ken. 

Thornton, Mr. & Mrs. William, JHfTfil^tW 

1954, TEAM— 2515, Karuizawa Ma- nH— E 

chi, Nagano Ken. r/h-y 

Thorp, Miss Dorothy, B. A., 1953, W^fcm^iR 

CJPM— 2525, Akasawa Cho, Ashio, r±2£Z3E 

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Thorsell, Miss Anna-Lisa, 1951, 

(Mongolia), 42, 1 Chome, Ohashinai 

Cho, Muroran Shi, Hokkaido. 
Thurber, Rev. & Mrs. L., Newton, 

1948, PN (IBG) (Furlough)— 6 of 1, 

Tanaka, Asukai Cho, Sakyo Ku, 

Kyoto. 
Thurlow, Mr. James M., 1952, UGG 

(IBC)— 2, Kwansai Gakuin Universi- 
ty, Uegahara, Nishinomiya Shi. 

(Tel. Nishinomiya 620). 
Todd, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence, 1950, 

NTM — 16, Terawaki Mizusawa Shi, 

Iwate Ken. 

Todd, Miss Pearl, (China), 1950, Sei- fiTOWn" 

nan Gakuin, Nishijin Machi, Fuku- 

oka Shi. (Tel. 2-0537). 
Tohara, Mr. & Mrs. Shinichi, 

(Hawaii), 1949, WT— 62, Shinkawara 

Machi, Sendai Shi. 






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(Hawaii), 1949, WT— 1, Toyooka 
Cho, Mita, Shiba, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Tomono, Mr. Teruo, 1950, NTM— 
31 2, Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 



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Torjesen, Mrs. Walborg, NEOM— 
2, Jen-ai Lu, Pingtung, Formosa. 

Torp, Rev. & Mrs. Aage, FCM— 
9-1, Tawara Shimo Machi, Fukui 
Shi. 

Townsend, Mr. Louis, 1951, NTM— 
Tomonuma, 984, Nogi Mura, Shi- 
motsugi Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

Towson, Miss Manie C, 1917, MC 
(IBC)— Naka Machi, Kitsuki Gun, 
Oita Ken. (Tel. Kitsuki 28). (on 
Furlough). 

Trott, Miss D. E., SPG— 8, Sakae 
Cho, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

Troxell, Rev. & Mrs. Delbert V., 
1953, UCMS (IBC)— Rifu Mura, 
Miyagi Gun, Miyagi Ken. 

Troyer, Rev. & Mrs. David, 1953, 
NTM— Tomonuma 984, Nogi Mura, 
Seimotsugi Gun, Tochigi Ken. 

Troyer, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Maurice 
E., PN (IBC)— International Chris- 
tian University. 1500 Osawa, Mitaka 
Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. S98-3791). (Fur- 
lough 1955). Japan International 
Christian University Foundation, 
44, East 23rd Street, New York 
City, N.Y. 



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Trueman, Miss Margaret, UCC(IBC) 
-Ryogoku, Toinisatu Mura, Imba 

Gun, Chiba Ken. 
Tubbin, Rev. & Mrs., 1951, 

(MGCS) SMJ— Swedish Mission, 

Aminohama, Okayama Shi. (Tel. 

Okayama 2-9672). 
Tucker, Rev. Beverley D., 1953, PEC fU^fcn-^HT 

— Higashi 3 Ghomc, Kita 21 Jo, @ ? T v * - 

Sapporo, Hokkaido. 
Tuff, Miss Evelyn, 1954, ELC— 21, 

Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo Ku, To- 
kyo. (94-0835). 
Tunbridge, Miss Marjoris, 1950, 

UCC (IBQ— 69, Agata Machi, Na- 
gano Shi, Nagano Ken. (Tel. 4363). 
Turnbull, Mr. Ian, 1952, WEC— 438, 

Okubo Hino Cho, Gamo Gun, Shiga 

Ken. 
Twilleager, Rev. Wm. & Rev. Mrs. 

Ona Twilleager. 203 Kitono Cho, 

4 Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 






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Kujiranami, Kashiwazaki Shi. fHi^^/'-K E f^Jffl 

Uchida, Miss Sachiye, 1953, JEM-- SnS&'h-TfrTfrfifitfW 

Inari Machi, Ojiya Shi, Niigata S. ftffl 
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Undseth, Rev. & Mrs. Einar, 1954, 

ELG — 77, Kamiashiarai Cho, Shizu- 

oka Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Unruh, Yerney, 1951, MM— 
Unruh, Belva, 1951-5330, Kawa 

Higashi Machi, Miyakonojo, Miya- 

zaki Ken. (lei. 1188). 
Uemoto. Rev. ' & Mrs. George Y., 

(')PC- 61, Kita 6-ban Cho, Sendai. 
Urquhart, Miss Betty A., 1952. Bai- 

ko Jo Gakuin, Maruyama Clio, 

Shimonoseki. (Tel. 3722). 
Utterback, Miss Elsie Jean, 1949, 

TEAM— c/o Rev. John W. Utter- 

back, P.O. Box 805, Topanga, 

Calif, (on Furlough 1955-56). 



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Valtonen, Rev. & Mrs. Tauno, 1952, 
LEAF— Minami 12-Jo, Nishi 12 
Chome, Sapporo shi, Hokkaido. 

Van Baak, Rev. & Mrs. Edward 
A., 1951, CLJM-1069, Kita-enodo, 
Suwa Shi, Nagano Ken. (Tel. Suwa 
711). 

Vander Bilt, Rev. & Mrs. Mass, 
CRJM— 299, 1 Chome, Egota, Na- 
kano Ku, Tokyo. 



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455 



Van Dolson, Rev. & Mrs. Leo R., 

1951, SDA— 171, Amanuma, 1 Cho- 
me, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Van Wyk, Rev. & Mrs. Gordon J., 
RCA (IBQ— 761, 1 Chome, Kami 
Osaki, Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 



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Varney, Miss Evelyn, 1949, CBFMS f*ffll)MifflWl__ _ 

— Masuda Machi, Akita Ken. >f - y U v 

Vatter, Mr. Ernst & Mrs. Sigrid ^«(£*W)*u$trfr 

1952 & 1953 LM— 244, Daigiri Ma- 
chi, Yuki Shi, Ibaraki Ken. 
Vereide, Mr. Abraham, NMA— 
Vereide, Mrs. Ragna— 231, Shinden, 

Ichikawa Shi. 
Vereide, Miss Aslaug, NMA— 53, 3 

Chome, Shimouma, Setagaya Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Verme, Rev. & Mrs. Robert E., 

1949, EMCA— 2570, Aza Oishi, 

Shibukawa Shi, Gumma Ken. 
Verwey, Mr. & Mrs. C.J., 1951, 

JEB— Hakuchoen, Furuichi Machi, 

Minami Kawachi Gun, Osaka Fu. 
Viall, Rt. Rev. Kenneth A., 1935, 

SSJE— 48, 1 Chome, Aoyama 

Minami Cho, Akasaka, Minato Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 48-7433). 



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DIRECTORIES 



Vikner, Rev. & Mrs. David L., 
(China), 1950, ALM— 628, 7 Chqme, 
Ujina Machi, Hiroshima. (Tel. 4- 
2720). (on Furlough 1955-1956). 2011, 
46th St., Rock Island, Illinois, 
U.S.A. 

Vinge, Rev. & Mrs. Daniel 1951, 
ELC— 222, Otowa Cho, Shizuoka 
Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Vist, Miss Ingrid, 1953, SAMJ(SMJ) 
—141, Kamiikegawa Cho, Hama- 
matsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Voehrmger, Miss Elizabeth, 1953, 
EUB (IBC) — c/o Aisenryo, Kazo 
Shi, Saitama Ken. 

Vogt, Miss Verna, 1952, TEAM— 
40, Aza Uo Machi, Daishoji Ma- 
chi, Enuma Gun, Ishikawa Ken. 

Von Haugwiz, Sister Irmtrud, 1953, 
Hamamatsu Shi, Mikatabara 368, 
Shizuoka Ken. 

Von Reiswitz, Miss Ursula, 1953 — 
331, Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Voran, Peter, 1951, MM— Lois Voran, 
1951. Aburatsu Cho, Nichinan Shi, 
Miyazaki Ken. 

Vorland, Rev. & Mrs. Gehard, 1953, 
ELC — 84-6, Aza Horisaki, Handa 
Shi, Aichi Ken. 






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Waddington, Mr. Richard, 1953, 
ABFMS— 4, Miharudai, Minami 
Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 3 6628). 

Walbert, Rev. & Mrs. Clement, 1955, 
BOCA— 2-352, Nishiokubo, Shin- 
juku Ku, Tokyo. 

Waldin, Miss Margaret, 1947 (China), 
1951 (Japan), TEAM— 1, 2 Chome, 
Kitazawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 42-3898). 

Waldron, Miss Rose (China, 1922), 
1952, MC— Iai Joshi Koto Gakko, 
64, Suginami Cho, Hakodate Shi. 
(Tel. 5277). 

Walker, Rev. & Mrs. W. L., 1949, 
SBC— 5533, 1 Chome, Nakajima 
Hachijo Dori, Oita. (On Furlough 
1955). 303, Westminster Ave. San 
Antonic, Texas. 

Walker, Mr. & Mrs. Wesley, 1NO- 
KCM— Tokyo. 

Walter, Mr. & Mrs. Donald A., 
1949, TEAM— 2810, West 21st Ave., 
Vancouver, Washington (On Fur- 
lough 1954-55). 



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Walter, Miss Helen, 1951, CBFMS— 
Akita Ken, Hiraka Gun, Ueda 
Mura. 

Walters, Mr. & Mrs. Russell, 1951, 
TEAM-2435, Karuizawa Machi, 
Nagano Ken. 

Walvoord, Miss Florence, RCA 
(IBG) — Baiko Jo Gakuin, Maruyama 
Cho, Shimonoseki. (Tel. 3772). 

Wandel, Miss Dagny, 1951, MCCS 
(SMJ)— 361, Kuwabatake, Amino- 
hama, Okayama Shi, Okayama 
Ken. (Tel. Okayama 9672). 

Wang, Miss Jean, 1953, ELC— 183, 
Otowa Cho, Shizuoka Shi, Shizu- 
oka Ken. 

Warkentyne, Mr. Henry J., 1952, 
UGC (IBQ— 2, Kwansai Gakuin 
University, Uegahara, Nishinomiya 
Shi. (Tel. Nishinomiya 620). 

Warne, Miss Eleanor, 1948, MC (IBC) 
— Kawakami Mura, Onsen Gun, 
Ehime Ken. (Tel. Kawakami 6). 

Warner, Rev. & Mrs. Austin M., 
1951, UCMS (IBC)— 56, Kumoi 
Cho, Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. Nishi- 
nomiya 3121). 



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459 



Waterman, Miss Gertrude, 1948, 

ABFMS, (China), 51, 1 Chome, 

Hon Machi, Toyonaka Shi, Osaka 

Fu. 
Watkins, Miss Elizabeth, 1929—536, 

Minami Machi, 5 Chome, Oaza 

Dogo, Matsuyama. 
Watson, Rev. & Mrs. Leslie, 1950— 

Box 1225, Troup, Texas. 171-2, 

Maruyama Cho, Miyazaki. (5-0192). 
Watson, Mr. & Mrs. Tom, 1951, 

TEAM— 732, S. W. 13th Ave., Ft. 

Lauderdale, Fla. (on Furlough 1954- 

55). 
Webber, Dr. & Mrs. Alfred B., 1951, 

(M. D.) SDA— 171, Amanuma, 1 

Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Weber, ;Mr. & Mrs. James, 1953, 

CBFMS— 108, Wakabayashi Machi, 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-5719). 
Weiss, Rev. & Mrs. William G., 1953, 

PN(IBC)-13, Kudan, 4 Chome, 

Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-6763). 
Weitzel, Rev. William, 1954, PEC— 

131, Taishido, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Weller, Miss M. E., (China), 1952, 

OMF— 112, Minato Cho, Mori, 

Hokkaido. 



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Wells, Miss Lillian A. (Retired) 1900, 
IW(IBC)— 47 of 45, 5 Chome, Mi- 
nami Cho, Aoyama, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Wenger, Mrs. Mary, ASC— (on Fur- 
lough 1955). 12534, Moorpark Ave., 
Studio City, California. 

Wennborg, Mrs. Ingeborg, 1951, 
MCCS(SMJ)— Swedish Mission, 

Asahi Machi, Kurashiki Shi. (Tel. 
Kurashiki 2490). 

Wentz, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin C, 1951, 
LLC A— 23, lnari Cho, Kagoshima. 

Westbert, Rev. & Mrs. Harry E., 
1952, EMCA— 3 Chome, Gakko Cho, 
Nagaoka Shi, Niigata Ken. 

Westfall, Miss May E., 1952, MC 
(IBC)— 35, Nakayamate Dori, 4 
Chome, lkuta Ku, Kobe Shi. 

Whaley, Rev. & Mrs. Charles, 1949 
(Rev. W), 1948 (Mrs. VV), SBC— 
537, Tomino Suwanodai, Machi, 
Kokura Shi. (5-0108). 

Whan, Mr. & Mrs. Milton, 1948, 
J LB— 466-469, Aza Ogi, Honjo Ma- 
chi, Nishi Hama, Higashi Nada Ku, 
Kobe Shi. 



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Whewell, Miss Elizabeth A., 1928, Hfi&ra0Tti7tj&ffl& 
MM— Tomidahama, Yokkaichi, y^y^;u 

Mic Ken. (Tel. Tomida 96) 

Whisman, Miss Winnie, 1952, SEM f?»<'h-T#7»lW 
— Inari Machi, Ojiya Shi, Niigata 7J^tv 

Ken. 

White, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd, 1952, &m$J$W5WaPSJ\ 
TEAM— 2, Yatori, Hanada Cho, M U n *Pj b 
Toyohashi Shi, Aichi Ken. 

White, Miss E. R., (China). 1951, *7>fb (*§g#) 
OMF — (on Furlough). 

White, Miss Sarah C, 1948, PEC- mM»!iiETOWJ 
19, Akashi Cho, Chuo Ku, Tokyo. ~*- **<> 

(55-5151). 

Whitehead, Miss Mabel, 1917, MC S^TfrraUJ 

(IBC)— Seiwa Joshi Tanki Daigaku, mftii;¥&M±¥ 

Okadayama, Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. fcv 4 h^y K 
Nishinomiya 2624). 

Whitman, Miss Sylvia, (China), 1950, * i y b ■* v 0J§ S4 1 ) 
AAMS— 971, Yodoya Machi, Kura- 
yoshi Shi, Tottori Ken. (on Furlough 
1955). 

Whybray, Rev. R. N., SPG, PEC- jfOKMfcSmE^JII* 

Seikokai Theological College, 16, 2 HrjziT@-A 

Chome, Tamagawa Naka Machi, V^y'u^ 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 



462 



DIRECTORIES 



Wiberg, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 1951, 
(China), SAMJ(SMJ)— 6 382, Kosei 
Cho, Okazaki Shi, Aichi Ken. 

Wiens, Rev. & Mrs. Roland M., 
(China), 1951, MB— 7, Kasugade 
Cho, Naka 6 Chome, Konohana 
Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 46-0234). 

Wiens, Miss Ruth, 1950, MB— 59, 
Sompachi Cho, 4 Jo Dori, Ishibashi 
Shoen, Ikeda Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. 
Ikeda 210). 

Wigglesworth, Miss Anne E., 1949, 
IBPFM— 273, 1 Chome, Horinouchi, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 0017). 

Wilde, Miss Denise (Aus.), 1951, WT 
— 111, Minami Kavvahori Cho, Tcn- 
noji Ku, Osaka. 

Wilde, Miss Idella, (Aus.), 1952, WT 
— 153, Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 
Nagoya Shi. 

Wildermuth, Rev. & Mrs. Wesley, 
1952, OMS— 391, Kashiwagi 3 Cho- 
me, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37- 
3664). 

Wilhelmsson, Miss Thyra, 1955, 
SFM(SMJ)— 1953, Nagata Machi, 
Minami Ku, Yokohama Shi. 

Wilkes, Mr. & Mrs. John, (USA), 
1952, WT— 68-285, Shingoryoguchi 



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Cho, Nishiiru, Kuramaguchi Dori, 

Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Wilkinson, Miss M., SPG— 882, 3 

Chome, Nishishinagawa, Shinagawa 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Williams, Mrs. Diora Spear, 1952 

UCMS (IBQ— 209, Area " B " Bei- 

gun Kazoku, Shukusha, Ashiya, 

Onga Gun, Fukuoka ken. 

Williams, Rev. & Mrs. F. T., 1929, 
JEB — (on Furlough 1954). c/o Japan 
Evangelistic Band. 1412, N. King- 
sley Drive, Los Angeles 27, Calif., 
U.S.A. 

Williams, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 1950, 
E&R(IBC)— 33, Uwacho, Kome- 
gafukuro, Sendai Shi. (on Furlough 
1955-57). c/o Union Theological 
Seminary. 3041, Broadway at 120th 
Street New York 27, N. Y. 

Williamson, Rev. Wayne B., 1954, 
PEC— 131, Taishido, Setagaya Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Willms, Peter, IND-Hagi Shi, Ya- 
maguchi Ken. 

Wilson, Miss J. S., 1955, OMF— 54, 
Matsubara Cho, Aomori Shi, Ao- 
mori Ken. 

Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. James E., INDJ 
— Baptist Bible Seminary, Johnson 
City, New York. 179, Miyamae 
Cho, Meguro Ku, Tokyo. 



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Wilson, Mr. T.'CL & Mrs., 1951, 
CJPM— 4 Chome, ( )mama, (inmraa 

Ken. 

Wimer, Miss E., (China), 1951, OMF 
— (on Furlough). 

Winans, Mr. Edward J., (China), 
1951, MC(IBC)— Aoyama Gakuin, 
22, Midorigaoka, Shibuya Ku, To- 
kyo. (Tel. 40-3431). 

Winn, Rev. & Mrs. Pual R., (China, 
Guatemala, Colombia), 1939, PN 
(IBQ— 2 of 35, 3 Chome, Denen- 
chofu, Ota Ku, Tokyo. 

Winn, Mrs. Merle, 1916, PN(IBC)— 
Hokuriku Gakuin, 10 Kami Kaki- 
nobatake, Kanazawa Shi, Ishikawa 
Ken. (Tel. 2-0763). 

Winther, xMiss Maya, 1928, ULCA— 
217, Nakanohashi Koji, Mizugae 
Machi, Saga Shi. (Tel. 4010). 

Winsnes, Mr. Samuel, NMA— Wins- 
nes, Mrs. May. 231, Shindcn, Ichi- 
kawa Shi. 

Winsjansen, Miss Kirsten, FCM— 
Box 5, Mikuni Machi, Fukui Ken. 

Winteler, Miss Lena, (Switzerland), 
1951, WT— 68/285, Shingoryoguchi 
Cho, Nishiiru, Kuramaguchi Don, 
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Winter, Miss Peggy, 1952, CBFMS- Mffl^^rKTfT 

Yuzawa Shi, Akita Ken. VJ V*~ 

Winters, Rev. & Mrs. Gerald, 1952, ^$&±ffli'M&*W 

TEAM— 1093, Aza Kiso, Komatsu, 

Tsuchiura Shi, Ibaragi Ken. 
Wolff, Sister Hanni, 1953, Hamama- 

tsu Shi, Mikatabara 968, Shizuoka 

Ken. 

Wolgemuth, Rev. Samuel, YFC— 
(on Furlough). Youth for Christ, Int. 
109, North Cross Street Wheaton, 
Illinois U.S.A. 

Wood, Mr. Edwin R., 1953, PEC— 

5, Nakajima Dori, 3 Chome, Fukiai 

Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Wood, Rev. & Mrs. James E., 1948, 

SBC— Seinan Gakuin, Nishijin Ma- 

chi, Fukuoka. (2-1948). (Coming 

Back in August, 1955). Southern 

Baptist Seminary. 2825, Lexington 

Rd. Louisville, Ky. 
Wood, Miss Joan, 1951, NTM, 31-2, 

Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, [wate 

Ken. 
Woods, Dr. & Mrs. Neal C. Jr. 1952, 

(M. ().), SDA— 171, Amanuma, 1 

Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 



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Wood, Rev. & Mrs. Robert W., 1949, * >y K (*§§#) 
ABCFM(IBC)— (on Furlough 1954- 
56). Union Theological Seminary, 
at 120th Street, New York 27, N. Y. 



Woollett, Rev. & Mrs. John F., 1951, ^fr^Mj-ftfttf.Wf 
ASC— 3 Kumi, Wakakusa Cho, 3i§ *-Vv 
Beppu Shi, Oita Ken. 



Woolley, 



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Jogakko, 1046, 7 Chome, Hiratsuka, 
Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 

Worth, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Donald, 
1954, PN(IBC)— International Chris- 
tian University, 1500, Osawa, Mi- 
taka Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. 398-3791). 



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SBC— 2/1 10, 5 Chome, Tokiwa Cho, 
Urawa Shi. (Tel. 3558). Pasadena, 
Texas. (Leaving in April, 1955). 

Wright, Mr. & Mrs. R.J., IND— 9, 
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Yakel, Miss Ella, 1951, NTM-31-2, 
Tachi Machi, Mizusawa Shi, Iwate 
Ken. 

Yeadon,MissH. Marjorie, 1953, UCG 
(IBQ— 2, Higashi Toriizaka, Azabu, 
Minatoku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325). 

Yearick, Rev. & Mrs. Homer F., 
1953, E & R (IBQ— 648, Hiratsuka 
Cho, 2 Chome, Shinagawa Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 78-6279). 

Youmans, Doris, 1952, BMM— Box 
49, Fukushima Shi, Fukushima Ken. 

Young, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence, 1952, 
FEGC— 111, Hakuraku, Kanagawa 
Ku, Yokohama Shi. (Tel. 4-5217). 

Young, Miss R.C., (China), 1952, 
OMF— (on Furlough). 

Young, Rev. & Mrs. John M. L., 
1948, IBPFM— 1235, Matsunoki Cho, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (38-5510). 

Youngquist, Rev. & Mrs. Haris, 
1950, BGCA— Temman, Nachi Ma- 
chi, Wakayama Ken. (on Furlough 
May, 1955). 

Yunker, Mr. & Mrs., 1953, TEAM— 
2798, Shimizu Cho, Choshi Shi, 
Chiba Ken. 



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Zander, Miss Helen R., RCA, 1BC— 

37, Yamate Cho, Naka Ku, Yoko- 
hama Shi. (Tel. 2-9183). 

Zastrow, Miss Violet, 1952, WEC 
569, Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kan- 
zaki Gun, Shiga Ken. (Ishizuka 49). 

Zerbe, Rev. & Mrs. Ben, 1950, TEAM 
— (on Furlough 1955-56). Lustre, 
Mont. 

Zimmerman, Rev. & Mrs. Charles 
F., 1951, JGF— Shimizu 195, Kainan 
Shi, Wakayama Ken, Japan. 

Zinke, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert, 1954, 
CBFMS— 352, 2 Chome, Nishiokubo, 
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562). 

Zschiegner, Rev. & Mrs. Max, 1951, 
MSL — 267, Takahana, 4 Chome, 
Omiya Shi, Saitama Ken. 

Zuch, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1954, 
ULCA — 35, Suizenji Hon Machi, 
Kumamoto Shi. (Tel. 2150). 

Zwintscher, Rev. & Mrs. Victor, 
1949, MSL— 49, Matsunami Cho, 
3 Chome, Niig^ta Shi. 



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throughout the world. The Line's American 
personnel in the Far East overages more than 16 year's em- 
ployment, largely in the Orient. Experienced personnel and 
world-wide facilities are just one of many reasons why . . . 



IT PAYS YOU WELL TO SNTP & TRAVEL A. P. L. 



Trans-Pacific fares between Japan and the Pacific 
Coast on fast and comfortable freighters, $375. 

Fares from Yokohama on the Luxery Liners S. S. 
President Cleveland and President Wilson, $510 
and up. Special playroom for children and com- 
plete medical and hospital facilities are available. 

For further particulars apply to the nearest Amer- 
ican President Lines office. 

TOKYO YOKOHAMA OSAKA KOBE 



Tokyo: Marunouchi Bldg. 
Yokohama : 50 Yamashita-cho 
Kobe : Crescent Bldg. Ikutaku 
Osaka : Nomura Bldg. Kitahama 



Passenger 
Phone: 20-0211 
Phone: 2-7575 
Phone: 4-7152 
Phone: 23-2600 



Freight 

20-0212 

2-7576 

4-7151 



Representing — Lykes Lines Agency, Inc. 



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NEW YORK 

HEAD OFFICE 
55 Wall Street, New York 15, N. Y. 



JAPAN BRANCHES 

Tokyo No. 4 Otemachi 2-chome, Chiyocaku 

(Tel. No. 23-3401-9) 

Y kohama Nc. 74-A Yamashiiacho, Takaku 

(Tel. No. 02-7164) 



Osaka 



Nag.ya 



Military 
facilities 



No. 35 Kitahama 5 chome, Higashiku 

(Tel. No. 23-5258) 

No. 16 Kuwaracho 4-chome, Nakaku 

(Tel. No. 25-3535) 

Camp Zama A. P. O. Nc . 243 
Camp 0< A.P O. No. 9