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THE JAPAN 

CHRISTIAN YEARBOOK 

1956 

A Survey of 

The Christian Movement in Japan 
during 1955 

Edited by 

ALDEN E. MATTHEWS 

and 
JOHN H. SKILLMAN 




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



The Japan Christian Yearbook 
for 1956 is a continuation of 
the Japan Mission Yearbook and 
is the forty-fifth issue of the 

Christian Movement in Japan 

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and Formosa. 



EDITORIAL COMMITTEE 

Kendall A. Davis Shotaro Miyoshi 
Margaret Kitchen John Moss 
Theodore Kitchen John Skillman 
Alden E. Matthews Douglas Swendseid 
Nozomu Tomita 



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 

Trends in the Christian Movement in Japan 

Dr. Sigurd Aske. 

Political Tides 8 

Economic Trends 10 

Public Sentiment 11 

The Religious Situation 15 

The Problem of the Rear Exit 15 

Church Attendance Down 16 

A New Self-Consciousness 19 

Encouraging Trend in Christian Literature 24 

The Event of the Year : The Colloquial Bible 27 

Religious Freedom 29 

Training of Lay Leadership 31 

Protestant Missionaries 32 

The "Non-Church Movement" 35 

SECTION II 

In Memoriam 

Dr. A. J. Stirewalt. 

1954 39 

1955 49 

3 



4 TABLE OF CONTENTS 

SECTION III 
Directories 

Mission Boards and Societies 65 

Missionaries by Missions 91 

Missionaries by Prefectures and Towns 147 

Alphabetical List of Missionaries, with Addresses 209 

APPENDIX 

Prefectures, Towns, and Cities in Romaji and Kanji 402 



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PREFACE 

This edition of the Japan Christian Yearbook continues 
the trend towards a yearbook amounting to little more 
than a directory of Protestant missionaries and missionary 
societies in Japan. The advisability of such a reduction 
of the scope and historical value of this publication is 
being questioned and, although there may be some who 
would prefer nothing more than an annual directory, we 
hope there will be serious reconsideration of the future 
nature of the Yearbook when the Fellowship of Christian 
Missionaries holds its annual meeting this summer. 

We are publishing the book earlier this year than has 
been the case recently with the expectation that the 
directories will prove to be more accurate for a longer 
period of time. Yet please do not think of this book as 
an early replacement of the 1955 edition. Inasmuch as 
this edition contains the obituaries for 1954 as well as 
1955 and omits statistics and graphs which were a feature 
of last year s book, we hope you will find that each 
edition enhances the other s usefulness. 

Considerable criticism, much of it justified, has fallen 
upon the graphs and statistics published last year. We 
especially regret the inadequate visual indication of the 
change of scale in some of the bar graphs. There are 
other imperfections also for which we apologize. Never- 
the-less we hope you will continue to find the graphs 



PREFACE 7 

and statistical tables as helpful as we have, as you seek to 
understand and interpret the complexities of the Christian 
movement in Japan. Obviously the gathering, evaluating, 
and presenting of statistics requires experienced personnel 
working continuously over a period of years. 

We cannot put this book into your hands without ex 
pressing our gratitude to the members of the Editorial 
Committee and to all those who have helped by provid 
ing information. We especially thank Dr. A. J. Stirewalt 
for compiling the obituaries with such care, Dr. Sigurd 
Aske for his fine survey article, Mr. & Mrs. Kitchen for 
their long labor on the directories, and Mr. Miyoshi of 
the Kyo Bun Kan for his patient attention to the many 
details of publishing. 

The Billy Graham crusade has just been in Japan as 
we go to press, and we would like to gratefully acknow 
ledge the blessing he has brought to the cause of Christ 
in this land, expressing the hope that the seed he planted 
will be nurtured unto a mighty harvest. Among other 
things, we Christians are left more keenly aware of our 
mutual need to forgive and forget much that is in our 
past. May God grant that all of us, being humbled at 
the foot of the one cross, may rise to proclaim in harmony 
the one gospel of our one Lord to a people more ready 
than ever before to hear, and repent, and believe. 

The Editors. 



SECTION I 

TRENDS IN THE CHRISTIAN 
MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 

By Sigurd Aske 

This article makes no attempt to enumerate all im 
portant events in the Christian movement in Japan dur 
ing 1955. l Rather the purpose has been to sharpen up 
and to analyse briefly some of the more evident trends 
in the Protestant Church in this country. To the ex 
tent which a discussion of political and economic aspects 
is deemed a prerequisite toward an intelligent under 
standing of the general religious situation, a summary 
treatment of these fields is presented as an introduction. 
The only valid reason why this article has been written 
by a person who has been but five years in this land is 
that I was so requested by people who perhaps should 
have known better. 

POLITICAL TIDES 

Early in June 1955 the governments of Japan and the 
USSR began negotiations aimed at regularizing diplomatic 

1. Dr. Paul S. Mayer s " Significant Developments in the Christian 
Movement in Japan," The Japan Christian Year Book 1955, 
pp. 9--S7, covers events up to mid-summer 1955. The article 
also includes a report on the Catholic Church in Japan. 

8 



TRENDS IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 9 

relations between the two countries. Throughout the 
year Red China and Japan were gradually being drawn 
closer together through increased attempts at trade and 
cultural interchange. These two phenomena colored to 
some extent most of the other political events in Japan 
during 1955. 

When Mr. Hatoyama as early as February cam 
paigned under the slogan " Diplomatic Relations with 
Communist China and the USSR " he must have had a 
feeling of the undercurrent of international good will that 
came to the surface during the Geneva Big Four Con 
ference in July this year. He was here tackling head-on 
a problem which the Yoshida government had refused 
to take up. That this impressed the man in the street 
is evidenced by the support given to Hatoyama in the 
general election. 

While the Hatoyama government never actually at 
tempted to alter the basic pattern of close partnership 
with the USA so firmly established by Yoshida, the 
public was to some extent led to think that Hatoyama 
was more independent of the USA than his predecessor. 
Though neither Liberals nor Socialists were basically 
opposed to opening negotiations with the USSR or to 
an increase in trade with Red China, both groups have 
been disturbed by the simplicity of Hatoyama s views in 
these matters. The Liberal Party leaders have expressed 
their concern lest the government s policy should estrange 
Japan from the friendship of America and the western 
nations, and play into the hands of the Communists. 
The Socialists have time and again attacked Hatoyama s 



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" two-faced diplomacy ". 

Whether the recent merger of the Democratic and 
Liberal parties, and the union of the two Socialist parties 
have created a greater degree of stability in the political 
field in Japan, it is too early to say. The impression a 
non-politician is left with after having lived through the 
year 1955 in post-war Japan is that it was a year of 
political uncertainty. 

A most welcome sign of hope for possible future im 
provements in Republic of Korea Japan relations came 
toward the end of the year with the exchange of open 
letters between Dr. Toyohiko Kagawa and ROK Presi 
dent Dr. Syngman Rhee. 

ECONOMIC TRENDS 

The economic sitation presents an outward picture of 
remarkable post-war recovery. Compared with last year, 
when newspaper headlines frequently were spotted with 
the word "depression", the present mood, though caut 
ious, is far more optimistic. 

The bumper rice crop this year has of course been a 
tremendous factor, with a reported all time record of 70 
million bushels above average, 93 million above 1954. 
Other important data show the same upward trend : in 
dustrial production up 13^ (over 1954), steel production 
up 12.8 %. During the year Japan moved up to third 
place among shipbuilding-nations, outdistancing by far 
the USA. The first half of the year showed a favor 
able monthly average balance of exports over imports of 
some US $ 23 million. 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 11 

Thus it seems that the deflationary policies put into 
effect late in 1954, emphasizing rationalization and in 
creased productivity with the purpose of creating a 
favorable balance in Japan s foreign trade, have achieved 
their desired goal. 

All Japan s economic ills are not by any means 
cured, however. Coupled with an apparent improvement 
in the economic field, at least as viewed from the inter 
national angle, is a considerable degree of uneasiness and 
concern for what may come next. 

The road into the future is indeed dotted with all 
kinds of danger signs. 40 % of the GATT 2 member na 
tions refuse to grant Japan trading privileges extended 
to other GATT members. The promise of increased 
trade which Red China a year ago used as bait for the 
opening of informal relations is still but a promise. 
Possible unfair restrictions on Japan s trade with foreign 
countries remain a constant threat to the economic sta 
bility of this nation. Finally, behind the apparent pros 
perity are two inherent weak spots : the state of over 
production and the threat of chronic unemployment. 
Any determined attempt to cure any one of the two tends 
in the long run to aggravate both. This presents to 
Japan a dilemma to which no government has yet found 
a satisfactory solution. 

PUBLIC SENTIMENT 

What is the sentiment of the Japanese people toward 

2. GATT = General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 



12 TRENDS 

foreigners in general and toward Americans in particular? 
Is the government once again putting pressure on foreign 
ers, including the missionaries, in order to have them 
leave for home? These questions have been asked and 
answered repeatedly during 1955, not entirely without 
reason. 

First, there has been the Income Tax problem. Not 
a few people, including missionaries, have been inclined 
to interpret the revision of the tax law as the beginning 
of a long range expulsion program. That the greatly 
increased personal income tax will force a number of 
missionaries to leave Japan is unfortunately true. Some 
mission boards have already made plans for future re 
duction in the number of missionaries here. But that 
this was even a side-purpose behind the revision of the 
Tax Law is unlikely. It may be pointed out that the 
tax agreement now in effect is expiring, making it neces 
sary for some new arrangement to be worked out. The 
new regulations quite clearly aim at putting Japanese 
and foreign residents on the same level. At the same 
time they provide an additional burden on the foreigner 
who may not necessarily benefit from exemptions avail 
able to the average Japanese. 

The American atomic " Honest John " artillery piece 
and problems related to US military bases in Japan have 
repeatedly made headlines during the year. Headline 
readers are tempted to conclude that Japan is growing 
more anti-American as time passes. Looking into the 
actual conditions behind the headlines, however, inevit 
ably leads to a somewhat different conclusion : there is 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 13 

presently no tendency toward stronger anti-foreign or anti- 
American feeling in Japan. 

It was in 1952, not 1955, that foreign owned cars 
were overturned and set afire in Tokyo. And even then 
it was clearly a communist inspired riot and not a spon 
taneous outburst of popular emotions. 

A factor that comes into play here is the present 
tactics of the Communist Party in Japan. All church 
leaders whom I interviewed were in complete agreement 
that communist power in this country is on the decline. 
The Reds have come a long way down hill since 1952, 
at least in popularity, and probably in actual strength. 
Party membership is down to a bare 30,000, from 108, 
000 in 1950. Only 2 communist representatives were 
elected to the Diet in the last general election. 

Personally, I am of the opinion that the above results 
spring more from a change in tactics than from an 
actual loss of strength. True, the Reds did make a 
miscalculation of public sentiment at the time of the 
May Day riots in Tokyo in 1952, and a similar blunder 
when the Peking Red Cross Delegation headed by Miss 
Li Te-ch uan toured Japan in 1954. The fact that com 
munist-lead youths took over to the extent that the 
police were refused entrance to public places made think 
ing individuals visualize what might happen in the future 
should ever a crowd of this caliber ascend to power. 
These and other considerations made a change in tactics 
necessary, and this is what we now witness. Instead of 
any exhibition of brute force, the so-called " United 
Front " tactics call for increased activities in the cultural 



14 TRENDS 

field. All such efforts within the framework of the labor 
unions have the blessing of the C. P. The poor show 
ing at the last general election must at least partly have 
been because of the fact that the Reds in many areas 
withdrew their candidates in favor of the Farmer-Labor 
Party or Socialist Left representatives in the obvious 
hope that these men would better serve communist aims 
such as Russian friendship, no armament and anti- 
Americanism. 

Worth noting is also the fact that since the foreign 
minister of the People s Republic of Korea last year 
stated that the Korean communists in Japan would not, 
as Korean citizens, interfere in the internal problems of 
the Japanese nation, the political activities of this large 
segment of potential trouble-makers have been controlled 
down to a gentle simmering. Nor do they any longer 
belong to the Japan Communist Party. 

The amazing show of strength in the April local elec 
tions in Tokyo, when no less than 41 were elected Ward 
Assemblymen (out of a total of 938), while not approx 
imated in other places, was startling enough to create 
question-marks regarding the presumed decrease of Red 
strength in this country. 

Turning again to the much discussed anti-American 
ism, whenever I have asked American missionaries if 
they have felt such antipathy directed against themselves 
as individuals, the reply has almost always been in the 
negative. This has led me to diagnose this " anti- 
foreignism " as mainly a political phenomenon, not some 
thing that has penetrated into the socio-cultural sphere. 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 15 

To be outspokenly anti-US in these days of political 
turmoil is a negative way of stating one s patriotism. 
And Japan Anno Domini 1955 is definitely pro- Japanese. 
After years of post-war confusion and disillusion, the 
nation is making real headway in the painful process of 
finding itself. 

THE RELIGIOUS SITUATION 

The religious situation in post-war Japan has been 
repeatedly expressed, in over-simplified terms, as being 
that of confusion. This is our opportunity. A man in 
confusion and distress is willing to listen to anyone. 
Here is also our limitation : the man who is willing to 
listen to you, readily lends his ear to others. And there 
always is some other prophet, preaching some other 
" gospel." 

When the emperor in 1946 declared himself a human 
being without divine origin, he kicked from under the 
feet of the Japanese people their traditional basis for 
moral and ethical teaching : the belief in themselves as a 
model nation. Japan from 1945 till now has had no 
criterion by which to judge and evaluate doctrines and 
ideas that have come to the islands. The latest arrival 
tends to claim the day. 

THE PROBLEM OF THE REAR EXIT 

Many wonderful reports have been written from Japan 
about the possibilities for Christian work in post-war 
Japan. Most of them have had something to do with 
the truth, However, we need to keep in mind that 



16 TRENDS 

while such reports usually are written from the point of 
view of the church entrance, the problem of the Japa 
nese church since 1945 has been that of the rear exit. 
New people are continually coming into contact with the 
churches, but somehow the audiences remain numerical 
ly about the same. 

As of 1955 report writers will have to look for a new 
theme. Even a quick glance at available statistical data 
suggests this. Several writers in both the secular and 
the Christian presses in Japan have already concluded 
that the main problem is now no longer at the back 
door, but rather at the entrance of the church. The 
bases of their reasoning are figures such as these : 

1950 1953 1954 1955 

Average Sunday worship g() 15Q ?g 259 

attendance 

Baptisms (NCC related I^^Q 1 ? 12729 

churches only) 

However, while here merely suggesting that perhaps 
the area in which to concentrate the efforts of the church 
is the congregational life of the churches, let us look at 
the situation more in detail. 

CHURCH ATTENDANCE DOWN 

A number of pastors of established churches through 
out Japan report a marked decrease in the number of 
persons attending church services, some as much as 10^ 
over against 1954. In missionary dominated congrega 
tions a number of factors are involved which make it 
difficult to form any conclusion on the basis of figures 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 17 

available. 

Tn connection with the (Kyodan) National Missionary 
Conference in Osaka November 2 3, 1955, the evening 
edition of the Mainichi Shimbun carried a profoundly 
interesting article entitled " Christianity s Trouble ". 
While the situation used to be that church attendance 
was larger than church membership, the figures this 
year show a different trend : 3 

Church membership 1 26,000 

Church attendance 46,000(36.5$) 

Among other things, the decline in Sunday service 
attendance was analysed. Increased cultural activities 
sponsored by business firms, companies and schools, the 
misuse of Sunday for travel, and the Christian house 
wife s responsibility in a home where she may be the 
only Christian were the main factors listed. The writer 
goes on from there, however, to conclude that the problem 
goes far deeper, and in the majority of cases may be 
attributed to weak faith on the part of the individual. 
The Christian faith is by its very nature revolutionary, 
and vull inevitably attack the existing social patterns. 
When therefore many Christians do their best to keep 
their faith as something outside or separate from their 
social life, they not only create an impossible situation 
for themselves, but also hinder the power of Christianity 
from being applied to the ills of society. 



3. United Church of Christ in Japan figures indicating that there 
are no less than 281 churches in the country that have no 
Sunday services, are perhaps even more alarming. 



18 TRENDS 

The readiness of some pastors to baptize even more 
or less casual visitors came in for a round of solid 
sarcasm, as did the unhealthy dependance on foreign 
funds. 

After discussing this phenomenon with protestant 
pastors from various parts of Japan, I present some of 
their comments, listed with no concern for their relative 
importance : 

1) Shintoism is in a new way reaching out after 
young married couples. Much is made of the so- 
called " 7-5-3 Ceremonies ", when children are 
brought to the shrines to be blessed by the priests. 

2) Our church services are naive and unrealistic. 
They are not geared to the actual life-situations 
around us, nor do they meet the need of the in 
dividuals who come to our churches. Many of the 
so-called " Newer Religions ", which have experienced 
such fabulous growth after the war 4 carry their 
message to the people in a realistic way with 
advertisements like : " Learn how to settle your 
family quarrels ", " Want to know how to raise 
obedient children ? ". Also, they are making avail 
able full time counsellors free of charge. 

3) The church audiences are not required to take 
much more part in the service than they do in a 
movie theatre. The main difference is the poor 



4. While this was generally true up until 1954, there are now 
definite indications of a cooling off of much of this mis-directed 
religious enthusiasm. 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 19 

quality of the actors in the churches. 

4) The sermons are entirely too intellectual and 
theological, hence tire and confuse the people in 
stead of giving them spiritual help. 

5) There is an appalling lack of suitable activities 
for most age-groups. 

6) The church has little or no contact with the 
working classes. 

7) The church has not been militant enough. There 
has been no outspoken warning against compromise 
of the Christian faith in relations with other re 
ligions. Rather, much of our Christianity seems to 
accept compromise even before it is asked for, thus 
undermining its own fortifications against the day 
of battle. 

8) Church narrow-mindedness. The church service 
has degenerated into a forum for small talk and 
vicious criticism, where more is torn down than 
built up. 

A NEW SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS 

While the years immediately after the war saw the 
Japanese church more passive, with the missionaries 
showing the greater initiative, a noticeable trend of 
healthy self-consciousness has been registered during the 
recent past. The post-war bewilderment is gone. The 
church has found herself, and is determined to go for 
ward. 

On the 2nd of May, 1959 Protestantism in Japan 
crosses the dateline and enters upon its second century 



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of activities. It is no exaggeration to say that the Cent 
enary Movement puts its stamp on Japanese church life 
in 1955. This year and the next few will perhaps be 
remembered in terms of their proximity to 1959. The 
church is coming of age. She is busily preparing for the 
100th anniversary by, among other things, attempting to 
bring to a worthy conclusion a number of projects that 
up till now were left half-finished. Also a number of 
new projects have been started with the help of the 
impetus that the 100 years give. 

The 14th World Convention on Christian Education is 
scheduled for Tokyo in August 1958. The General 
Secretary of the World Council of Christian Education, 
Dr. Nelson Chappel, visited Japan during December 1955 
to help organize preparatory work for the coming con 
ference which will witness some 5000 delegates from the 
four corners of the world, from approximately 56 nations. 
Prior to this large conference of delegates there will be 
a smaller so-called " Institute " of something like 200 
Christian educational experts from all over the world in 
the Kansai area. 

The hundred year mark, now approaching with seem 
ingly accelerating speed, has made the Protestant Church 
conscious of her age and history, and of her accomplish 
ments. As the church is carried toward the deadline she 
looks around to take stock of her achievements, in order 
to have something to show to the world and herself in 
1959. Certainly not in a spirit of pride, rather it is 
with true humility that the church examines the fruit of 
the past century to hold something in her hands as a 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 21 

token of thanks to God and to those of his servants who 
have been good to this country. 

It is on this background that we must see the present 
efforts to compile and publish a history of the Kyodan, 5 
the decision to erect a Centenary Memorial Kyodan Con 
ference Building within an hour and a half of down 
town Tokyo, and a number of similar projects now be 
ing planned. Already other church bodies, among them 
the Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church, have published 
historical records of their denominations, some of which 
are voluminous works of more than 500 pages. 

Rev. Takeshi Muto, Moderator of the United Church 
of Christ in Japan, observed last June that there are 
three trends which he has seen in the annual meetings 
of the 14 districts of the church : 

1) Every district is growing in unity and intensity of 
fellowship ; 

2) Younger ministers are more and more being elected 
to positions of leadership in the districts ; 

3) The Centenary Campaign of the Kyodan has just 
begun to roll. 

More than her achievements, the Japanese Church has 
become increasingly aware of her heritage, her many-fold 
heritage. Here in Japan German speculative theology 
has battled glad American activism, extreme Reformed 
Puritanism has clashed with humanistic Liberalism. Now 
the church is sifting the soil of the battle-field, looking 



5. The term " Kyodan " as used in this article refers to the United 
Church of Christ in Japan (Nihon Kirisutokyo Kyodan). 



22 TRENDS 

for lasting values. For the church is anxious to preserve 
its heritage, and in some way or other, pass it on to the 
coming generations. Though not in any sense weighed 
down by material riches, the church is preparing her 
will, and many are the items jotted down on the pages. 
The Christian Classic Series, prepared by the Theo 
logical Classics Committee over a period of years, and 
whose first volume was published by the Shinkyo Shup- 
pansha this fall, is an epoch-making publication in Japan. 
Included in this volume are the ecumenical creeds and 
a number of special creeds. The second volume will 
contain works of the Apostolic Fathers, Augustine, Ek- 
hart, Tauler, Luther, Calvin, Wesley, Schleiermacher, 
Laud and Edwards. 



Above all, the church has become extremely conscious 
of her responsibility. This responsibility has been brought 
home to her, not only recently by Dr. Brunner and other 
bluntly speaking prophets of God with a real concern 
for the evangelization of Japan, but by the statistics of 
which the Japanese are masters. In fact, I have a feel 
ing that this responsibility for the surrounding masses 
of non-Christian people has been almost too staggering 
for the spiritually relatively weak Japanese church. The 
sight of the teaming millions streaming to shrines and 
temples on holidays has stolen the breath and the 
initiative from the numbered few. But now, no matter 
how staggering and, humanly speaking, hopeless this 
task of bringing Christ to the Japanese nation may 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 23 

be, the Church is bracing herself for the impossible. 6 

Front page news has, of course, been made by 
" Volunteer Visitation Evangelism ". A movement of very 
recent origin with organized groups in more than 200 
churches, it is representative of a number of such pheno 
mena on a smaller scale. The 200 delegates to its Third 
Annual Volunteer Homon Dendo Conference last August 
at the Baptist Assembly Grounds in Kansai rejoiced to 
gether over having led an average of 2.5 persons to 
Christ during the last year. These people came from 
64 Kyodan, 11 Baptist, 10 Lutheran, 6 Episcopalian and 
2 Independent churches throughout Japan. 

This Volunteer Movement is a truly indigenous move 
ment. Though inspired by similar movements in other 
countries, it was born and bred in Japan. Led by the 
Rev. Ryukichi Yoshida, Associate Pastor of the Reinan- 
zaka Church in Tokyo, it is a lay movement calling for 
much sacrifice and hard work on the part of its mem- 



6. 1905 1914 1924 1937 1942 1950 1955 

Population SOmill 56mill 62mill 70mill 83mill 88mill 

Christians : 

1. Protestant 60,862 107,494 166,673 215,828 190,477 208,209 271,394 

2. Catholic 85,086 155,600246,232 
Prot. churches 529 578 1,320 1,945 1,829 2,089 2,605 

During the years 19371955 the Protestant Community in Japan 
experienced an increase of 55,566, over against a population 
increase of 18 million. Thus, while in each case the increase, 
figured on a percentage basis, balances at approximately 25 %, 
Japanese of 1955 has some 18 million more non-Christian in 
dividuals than it had in 1937. 



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bers. 7 

ENCOURAGING TREND IN CHRISTIAN 
LITERATURE 

Missionaries have always been fond of quoting statist 
ics that prove beyond a shadow of doubt that Christian 
literature has almost unlimited possiblities in Japan. 
According to a survey undertaken by the Japan News 
paper Publishers and Editors Association in 1954, no 
less than 94 % of the people read newspapers, most of 
them (77 %) every day, others only occasionally. There 
is a total of 176 daily newspapers in this country, with 
a total circulation of some 34 million copies. Dozens of 
well-known magazines crowd every counter. Repercus 
sions from radical articles in any one of the more in 
fluential magazines may be felt intuitively by anyone 
who has his ear to the ground. For not only do the 
Japanese people read, they are (more than any other 
people I know) influenced by what they read. 

If the Christian Church had fully realized the import 
ance of literature in Japan, more personnel would have 
been made available for such specialized work. Un 
fortunately, while the Communist Movement during 
recent years has made one frontal attack after another 
in the field of literature, flooding the islands with pic 
torials, magazines and books, (some printed in Moscow, 
others in more neutral-sounding places) literary efforts 

7. For further information, cf. Volunteer Homon Dendo News, avail 
able by writing to Rev. R. Yoshida, Reinanzaka Church, Tokyo. 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 25 

have always tended to be regarded as the " Second Mile " 
in Christian circles. 

However, here are signs of a new era. One such en 
couraging sign was the Christian Writers Workshop, a 
National Christian Council Literature Commission spon 
sored conference held July 8 30, 1955, with more than 
80 people participating. 

Under the heading " Another Milestone for Christ in 
Japan " the Japan Christian Activity News" stated on 
August 1, 1955: 

For the first time in Japan, Christian writers from all 
over the country gathered together for the express pur 
pose of studying and discussing methods, materials and 
purposes of zoriting Christian literature. 

An indication of the content of the lectures may be 
gained from the following list of speakers and their 
subjects : Dr. Minoru Toyoda " Christian Thought in 
English Literature " ; Mr. Kojiro Serizawa (a novelist) 
" Life and Literature" ; Prof. Tomokazu Sasabuchi 
"Modern Japanese Literature and Christianity"; Prof. 
Bunnosuke Sekine " Wording and Sentence Construc 
tion" ; and Mr. Hirabayashi "Poems and Literature 



Japan Christian Activity News, published bi-weekly by the Com 
mission on Public Relations of the National Christian Council 
of Japan, (Editors Kaname Tsukahara and Peyton Palmore III) 
is a must for any one who desires to keep up with current 
events within the Protestant Movement in Japan, and a neces 
sary supplement to the Japan Christian Quarterly and the Japan 
Christian Year Book. Address : Christian Center 2, 4-Chome, 
Ginza, Tokyo. 



26 TRENDS 

in Denmark ". 

The encouraging trend in the field of Christian lit 
erature is the emphasis on literature written with a real 
understanding of the socio-religious background of the 
potential readers. For years Japan has been rich in 
foreign books. Translations of Christian best sellers 
abroad have been attended to promptly. But most of 
these things have been entirely too foreign. Time has 
perhaps come, when it is realized that theology, no 
matter how sound and evangelical, in itself is not enough. 
It must be combined with an equally sound knowledge 
of anthropology. We cannot, to speak figuratively, 
take the Christian message from an American deep- 
freezer, carry it to a far away foreign country, and there 
parachute it down on unprepared people. Even in the 
Old Testament we read that the prophet " sat where the 
people sat, and slept where the people slept for seven 
days " before he brought the message from God. 
Though my figure of speech should not be stressed, 
there is need of some sort of an " Ellis Island " here 
in the Far East for the processing of the many " sound- 
breaking " visitors from abroad, who often times have a 
God-given message but only vague conceptions about the 
very real problem of communication in the preaching of 
the gospel in a non-Christian country. 

The recent substantial increase in tracts and booklets 
dealing with every-day problems is indeed a welcome 
sign of better times ahead. One reason why literary 
evangelism and Christian radio programs have proved so 
effective in Japan is perhaps rooted in the psychological 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 27 

make-up of the Japanese people. They resent being 
pushed around. Yet this is exactly what they are prone 
to be when presented with the Christian message aggres 
sively. Pushed into a tight corner, an individual may 
indeed " decide for Christ ". Only his decision was some 
body else s, and therefore will prove to be the first in a 
series of decisions. It seems to me that the people want 
to think matters over, gradually coming to a conclusion. 
The radio ministry and literary evangelism afford a man 
just such an opportunity. They give a person the free 
dom to think unhurriedly through the problems, the 
freedom to check tentative solutions against reactions of 
other people involved, in fact take all the time his con 
science allots him. 

THE EVENT OF THE YEAR : 
THE COLLOQUIAL BIBLE 

The publication of the Bible in colloquial Japanese in 
April 1955 has been hailed as an outstanding event by 
Christians and non-Christians alike. 9 In the spring the 
National Library Association selected the new publication 
as one of its " recommended books ", thereby suggesting 
to its 3000 member libraries throughout the country to 
put this edition of the Bible on special display and in 
clude it in the list of recommended reading. Their in 
the fall the Mainichi Newspapers awarded the Japan 
Bible Society a special prize for the new " Kogotai " 
(Colloquial) edition. The Mainichi Prize, awarded once 

9. For details, see Dr. Mayer: Op. cit, pp. 2325. 



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a year for the 12 most outstanding publications of cul 
tural significance, is reportedly the most coveted award 
in Japanese publication circles. 

This recognition of the new translation of the Bible is 
particularly remarkable in view of the situation that only 
slightly over 0.5 % of the population is Christian, and 
bears in it an acknowledgement of the fact that the 
Bible has become a book of significance for the entire 
Japanese nation. 

Welcomed with open arms in all Protestant circles, the 
translation has also met with considerable criticism, much 
of which has been temperamental and of little import 
ance. There are points, however, that deserve serious 
consideration in view 7 of possible future revisions. 

The usage of the non-conclusive " de-aro " needs re 
thinking. The rendering of ancient time units in terms 
of present day units inevitably puts a stamp of contem 
porary scholarship on the Scriptures which tends to be 
come out-dated before the ink has dried. This type of 
interpretive translation represents a deviation from stand 
ard Biblical scholarship. 10 

The sale of bibles jumped from 40,000 in 1954 to around 
100,000 this year (89,016 as of December 1, 1955). Of the 
500,000 New Testaments sold during 1955 by far the 
greater number were in the colloquial translation. 

10. With few exceptions, authorized translations throughout the 
world, including the Revised Standard Version, retain such 
units as found in the original manuscripts. The problem of 
time in the Gospel according to John is one of the issues 
involved. John 19 : 14 etc. 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 29 

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM 

After 1952 it has become increasingly popular for 
government officials to pay homage at Shinto shrines. 
Interpreted as a tendency toward a gradual return to 
pre-war religious favoritism, these practices have been 
closely watched by Christian leaders. 

The Japan Bible Christian Council 11 has repeatedly 
protested publicly against these violations of the constitu 
tion. 12 However, since the JBCC is a minority group 
with strong (American) missionary initiative, these out 
spoken protests have created a good deal of antagonism 
rather than achieving their real purpose. The National 
Christian Council of Japan on the other hand, is in a 
better position to speak in behalf of the Protestant Church 
of Japan. It was with gratitude that we read of the 
resolution passed at the NCC annual meeting : 13 

" In censure of government officials who pay homage 
at religious shrines and are considering rebuilding 
national shrines, the NCC resolved that religious 
freedom must be preserved as stated in the Con 
stitution." 

Individual churches have sho\vn similar concern. Several 
have set forth their attitude toward non-Christian religions 
and religious practices in official documents. Thus the 
Lutheran Unity Committee, composed of duly elected 

11. Affiliated with the International Council of Christian Churches 
(ICCC) 

12. Article 12, New Constitution. 

13. JCAN, No. 58, (April 1, 1955), p. 3 



30 TRENDS 

representatives from 11 groups presently in the process 
of working out the basis for one Evangelical Lutheran 
Church in Japan, in December 1955, adopted the follow 
ing Statement on Faith and Practice : 14 

1. The Word of God teaches that there is only one 
true God, the Maker of heaven and earth, the Judge 
of all mankind, and the Father of our Lord Jesus 
Christ. As Christians we must give wholehearted 
allegiance of Him and have no other gods. 

2. We hold that any religious practice which denies 
the one true God revealed in Scripture as Father, 
Son and Holy Spirit is sinful. 

3. We urge all Christian believers to seek to help 
one another to be true to Jesus Christ, the Son of 
God, as their only Lord and Savior and not to 
compromise their faith by participating in any non- 
Christian religious practice. 

4. We urge all pastors and teachers to make known, 
privately and publicly, the teaching of the Word of 
God regarding idolatry and non-Christian religious 
practices. As a guide in applying the above prin 
ciples we urge that : 

a. A Christian abstain from any kind of worship or 
service at a non-Christian altar in the home or in 
a public place. 

b. When a Christian attends non-Christian funerals 
he does not participate in non-Christian religious 

14. The statement has yet to be approved by all groups. It is 
quoted here merely as an example of the trend of thinking in 
regard to the problem of religious freedom. 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 31 

practices such as burning incense etc. 

c. The Christian funeral should be a Christian 
witness to the living. (In this connection we re 
commend that a definitely Christian funeral service 
be prepared. This is not a reference to the order 
of service, but to such things as can be used in 
connection with the service to give a definitely 
Christian emphasis. 

d. That in all other family and civil matters a 
Christian should seek to be a witness to his Lord 
and Master. 

5. We recommend that a permanent Commission on 
Faith and Practice be established by the New Lu 
theran Church to study the problem of developing 
a positive Christian tradition in Japan. 

TRAINING OF LAY LEADERSHIP 

Though not all have been as outspoken about it as 
Dr. E. Stanley Jones, 15 pastors, missionaries and laymen 
are bemoaning the fact that the church in Japan is a 
pastor s church. This pattern is at least partly a carry 
over from feudalism, and a very stubborn thing to change. 
It is perhaps safe to say that Christian leaders generally 
are increasingly aware of this weakness, often diagnosed 
as a major reason why Christianity in Japan has become 
a " city religion." 16 Much is also being done to correct 

15. E. Stanley Jones, " Evangelism in Japan After the Occupation " 
The Japan Christian Quarterly, Summer, 1953, pp. 181185. 

16. 90% of the churches located in the cities. Cf. The Japan Christ 
ian Year Book 1954, p. 153. 



32 TRENDS 

the situation, particularly in the field of training of work 
ers for the planting of the church in rural areas. 17 

The role of Bible Institutes in post-war Japan is an 
interesting study. In some of the more church-minded 
groups such as the Lutheran (to mention one with which 
I am familiar) the Bible School idea was unknown prior 
to 1940. And speaking of Japan as a whole, the num 
ber of Bible Schools increased from 3 in 1949 to 16 in 
1954. 1R 

Undoubtedly there are instances where the Bible In 
stitute merely deteriorates into an inferior theological 
seminary. The real purpose of such Bible Institutes (in 
the Lutheran Church, and this would be typical of con 
fessional groups with more or less solid organization) is 
primarily to give Bible knowledge to ordinary Christians, 
secondly to train lay people for part- or full-time service 
in the church. 

PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES 

It serves no purpose to avoid mention of the deplor 
able fact that Protestant missionaries in post-war Japan 
have been split into two missionary fellowship associations. 
About the same time that the old Fellowship of Christ- 

17. Excellent treatment of the rural problem is found in the flw. 
articles : Edward M. Clark, " Christian Approach of Rural 
Japan ", Contemporary Japan Vol. XXIII Nos. 1C 12, 1955, pp. 
726 751, and Charles H. Germany, " Rural Japan, The Church s 
Strategic Mission", International Review of Missions, Vol. XLIV, 
No. 175, July 1955, pp. 307- -31 5. 

18. The Japan Christian Year Book 1955, p. 91. 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 33 

ian Missionaries was re-organized in 1947 another fellow 
ship group, the Evangelical Missions Association of Japan 
came into existence. 19 

The functioning of two organizations with almost iden 
tical purposes has been deeply regretted by many, but 
early attempts to do something about the situation met 
with failure. One reason for this was, no doubt, that 
the FCM has no statement of faith, and since it includes 
the majority of missionaries at work in Japan it may be 
inferred that the fellowship tolerates modernistic theology. 
EMAJ on the other hand has a definite statement of 
faith, and has time and again officially taken a strong 
stand against all non-evangelical trends. Gradually, and 
for various reasons, EMAJ came to hold its summer 
conferences at Karuizawa while FCM conferences became 
identified with Nojiri. 

Missionaries who attended both conferences have re 
peatedly said that they felt at home both at Karuizawa 
and Nojiri. In both places the pre-eminence of Jesus 
was felt. And where Jesus Christ is exalted to His 
rightful place as the Son of God and the Son of Man, 
crucified for our sin and resurrected for our justification, 
organizational misgivings fall by the wayside. 

It came as no surprise to many of us when the heart- 
tening news was reported recently that during the fall 
of 1955 leaders of both groups have come together for 



19. Later changed to Evangelical Missionary Association of Japan, 
indicating that individual missionaries may join though their 
mission organization takes no action. 



34 TRENDS 

brotherly discussions. While there are no plans for a 
merger, serious thought is being given to the possibility 
of publishing jointly a Japan Christian Year Book, a 
Protestant Missionary Directory, etc. Also, leaders of 
each group are suggesting that their members fellowship 
with the brother organization, and are planning con 
ferences so as to make it possible for any missionary to 

attend both. 

* * 

* 

Hundreds of missionaries were swept into Japan with 
the waves of eager good-will that engulfed the island 
empire right after the last war. Are these people still 
here? 

Available statistical data give no final answer to this 
interesting query. We do know that there were 175 
fewer protestant missionaries in Japan in 1955 compared 
with 1954 figures. 20 But does this roughly 10% decrease 
in missionary personnel indicate a beginning exodus of 
people whose initial enthusiasm could not stand the 
nerve-wrecking test of casual indifference to mechanical 
minded methods of presenting the Gospel? We do not 
know. 

If their " preaching of the Gospel " was but a poor 
imitation of the usual Hollywood " happy-end-scene," 
where the audience joins the actors walking innocently and 
hopefully into a joyous sunset, then let us hope they 
never return. Their main contribution in Japan was but 
to help foster the all too common misconception of the 

20. 1954 1602, 1955...... 1427. Figures may not be correct 



IN THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT IN JAPAN 35 

Gospel as superficial (Christian) optimism and western 
know-how. But if these 175 were lowly servants of God 
to this strategic nation in the Far East, we pray for 
their speedy return after a well earned furlough. 

THE " NON-CHURCH MOVEMENT " 

It would be to invite serious criticism to close an 
article of this kind without at least a reference to the 
" Mu-kyo-kai Un-do ". 21 Almost to the same extent that 
no self-respecting paster could afford to avoid mentioning 
the Atomic bomb in any sermon from 1945 on, it 
has become fashionable in Japan nowadays to ackowledge 
this exteresting movement. During Professor ?^mil 
Brunner s stay in this country 1953-1955 the movement 
received much unsolicited publicity. 22 

Perhaps when this publicity-dust has settled somewhat 
a more sober judgement may be formed. Right now in 

21. Founder Kanzo Uchimura 1861-1930. See John F. Howes: 
" The Formative Years," The Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 
XX, (July 1954) No. 3, pp. 194-208. Also Toshiro Suzuki : 
"The Non-Church Group," JCQ, Vol. XVIII (Spring 1952), 
No. 2, pp. 136-142, where the " three essential aspects " of this 
group are described as: 1) A cross-centric Faith, 2) Regard 
for Bible Study and 3) Advocacy of Japanese Christianity. 

22. Prior to his coming to Japan this time, Dr. Brunner made a 
statement in his book " Das Missverstandnis der Kirche " 
(Zurich 1951) that this movement had contributed as much to 
the spread of Christianity in Japan as the organized church. 
As late as in 1953 he still held to that belief. (See " Why I 
Returned to Japan," JCQ, Vol. XX (January 1954) No. 1. pp. 
14-17, and interview with Dr. Brunner by Rev. James Scherer) 



36 TRENDS 

the immediate " Post-Brunner Era " it seems almost im 
possible to arrive at a sound evaluation of the extent 
and relative importance of this peculiar movement, 
particularly since its very anti-organizational character 
defies conventional attempts to obtain reliable statistical 
data. 



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SECTION II 
IN MEMORIAM 

By A. J. Stirewalt 

1954 

When the aged Paul was confined in that Roman 
dungeon, facing certain martyrdom, he wrote in his final 
epistle : "I am already on the point of being sacrificed ; 
the time of my departure has come. I have fought the 
good fight. I have finished the race. I have kept the 
faith. Henceforth there is laid up for me the crown of 
righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will 
award to me on that Day, and not only to me, but also 
to all who love His appearing ". 

The missionaries who have come to Japan are, like 
Paul, heralds of the Gospel ; but unlike Paul, their lines 
have fallen in pleasant places where it has not been 
necessary to endure the hardships he endured, or to 
suffer martyrdom. However, everyone who takes up his 
cross and follows Jesus has things to endure, burdens to 
carry, together with disappointments. 

But our Lord does not leave any of His servants to 
continue over-time in the work of His harvest. Since 
our last conference sunset has come to still others of 
our group and we believe they have been given the 

39 



40 IN MEMORIAM 

crown of righteousness promised to those who love the 
appearing of our Lord. 

Though some of these were unknown to us in the 
flesh, surely we do not consider them as strangers for, 
with the same purpose, serving the same Lord, they and 
we have been fellow-workers in a common cause, the only 
distinction being the time of service. It is our privilege 
to reap part of what they sowed, and thus we rejoice 
together. Being partakers in their labors we desire to 
honor them for what they have done. 

The twenty whose names are about to be read gave 
557 years, or an average of more than 27 years each to 
Christian work in Japan. This period of years indicates 
faithfness. Our Lord only is able to estimate what they 
accomplished. But this we know : He who called them 
into His service was ever ready to sustain them, to direct 
them, and to make their life fruitful. We believe that 
He did so. Thus in honoring these servants of our Lord, 
we praise their Lord, and our Lord. 

With the passing of these fellow-workers we are again 
reminded that the evening of life will come to each of 
us, and that for some of us it is yet only a little while. 

Of these twenty, three continued on the field until they 
were summoned, one after having served fifty-two years, 
another forty-seven, and still another forty-three years. 
It is also to be noted that one of these twenty first came 
to Japan in the year 1885, just twenty-six years after the 
first protestant missioanry arrived, and another in 1890. 
With such connections we feel related to those of pioneer 
days. 



1954 41 

As we succeed others, others will succeed us until the 
Lord of the harvest deems it sufficient. We can not be 
unmindful of what we have inherited, or of what we 
bequeath. What we leave depends on the extent to 
which we present ourselves as a living sacrifice, holy and 
acceptable to God. 

MR. JOEL ANDERSON 

Mr. Joel Anderson, Evangelical Alliance Mission, was 
born in Veste, Kumla, Orebro Lan, Sweden, July 4,173, 
and died in Seattle, Wash., U. S. A., Dec. 14, 1953. In 
Japan: Oct. 21,1900 Jan. 31,1941. Served: in evange 
listic work ten years in Takayama, Gifu Prefecture and 
the remaining time in Tokyo. 

REV. J. A. ASPBERG 

Rev. Johannes Augustinus Aspberg, Swedish Evangelical 
Orient Mission, was born in Boden, Sweden, Aug. 28, 1899 
and died suddenly in his home at Numazu June 19, 1954. 
In Japan: 1950-1954, but had previously served 25 
years in China. Rev. Aspberg was superintendent of his 
mission. He was a scholar and able linguist and devoted 
much time to preparing material for the study of the 
Japanese language. Mrs. Aspberg and five children survive 
him. Served : Numazu. 

MISS HELEN COUCH 

Miss Helen Couch, Methodist Episcopal Church, was 
born in Carbondale, Pa., 1886, and died Dec. 27,1953. 
In Japan: 1916-1941. Served: Hakodate and Nagasa- 



42 IN MEMORIAM 

ki in evangelistic and school work. She received her 
higher education in Ohio Wesleyan University and in the 
Kennedy School of Missions. Since retirement in 1940 
she lived in Robincrof Rest Home, Passadena, Calif. 

MRS. W. D. CUNNINGHAM 

Mrs. Emily Blackstone Boyd Cunningham, Yotsuya 
Mission, was born in Connellsville, Pa., U. S. A., Feb 22, 
1873 and died in Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 25,1953. In Japan : 
1901 until death. Served: Entire time in evangelistic 
work in Tokyo and was especially active in teaching Bible 
classes. She and her husband who preceded her in death 
founded the Yotsuya Mission which she continued to 
conduct until her decease. She passed away after one 
week of illness. She was recognized posthumously by the 
Ministry of Education by the bestowal of the Fourth 
Medal of Honor. 

MRS. L. C. EDMONDS 

Mrs. Laura Croker Edmonds (nee Rademacher), Church 
Missionary Society, was born 1863 and died Oct. 14, 
1953, in Beckenham, Kent, England. In Japan: 1885 
1897. Her husband who also came to Japan in 1885 
died in Osaka 1889. After her retirement in 1897 she 
returned to England where she spent the remainder of 
her life. 

REV. W. H. ERSKINE, D. D. 

Rev. William Hugh Erskine, D. D., Disciples of Christ, 
was born in Pittsburg, Pa., Feb, 2,1879 and died in 



1954 43 

Washington, D. C., Feb. 17,1954. Served : Akita and 
Osaka. He founded the Osaka Eigo Gakko and was 
interested in community and city affairs in Osaka. In 
Japan: 1904-1933. He was a graduate of Bethany 
College and for a time served on that faculty. 

REV. A. K. FAUST, PH. D. 

Rev. Allen K. Faust, Ph. D., Evangelical and Reformed 
Church, was born Aug. 20, 1869 in Bernville, Berks 
County, Pa., and died in Allentown, Pa., Sept. 13, 1953. 
In Japan: Sept. 2, 1900-1930. Served: Educational 
work in Sendai his entire time, part of which was as 
president of Miyagi College. He graduated from Keystone 
State Normal School, 1893, from Franklin and Marshall 
College, A. B., 1897, and M. A., 1900, Theological 
Seminary of the Reformed Church of U. S., 1900, Ph. 
D. from Uni. Pa., 1909. In 1930 he returned to the U. 
S. to become professor in Catawba College, Salisbury, N. 
C. Mrs. Faust preceded him in death. Two sons survive 
him. 

MRS. P. L. GERHARD 

Mrs. Paul L. Gerhard (Blanch Ault), Evangelical and 
Reformed Church, was born in Fort Louden, Pa., U. S. A., 
Oct. 30, 1073 and died in Annondale, Va, Sept. 1, 1953. 
In Japan : 1902-1939, but returned for a visit in 1950-51. 
Served : Entire time in Sendai where her husband was 
connected with Tohoku Gakuin. Her husband, Dr. Paul 
L. Gerhard died in 1948. 



44 IN MEMORIAM 

DR. LIEMAR HENNIG 

Dr. Liemar Hennig, Ostasian Mission (German East 
Asia Mission), was born in Germany 1909 and died in 
Hanover Germany, Feb. 17, 1954 after a long and serious 
illness. In Japan : 1936-1947. Served German Evangelical 
churches in Tokyo and Kobe. After returning to Germany 
he continued to serve the East Asia Mission in the 
homeland. He was pastor at Oesselse in Hildesheim. 
From 1949 to 195Q he served as pastor of the German 
Evangelical Lutheran St. Mary s Church in London. In 
1951 he engaged in pastoral and welfare work in the 
Hannovarian area where he passed away. 

DR. W. F. HEREFORD 

Rev. William Francis Hereford, D. D., Presbterian U. 
S. A., was born in New Market, Ala., U. S. A., Mar. 2, 
1873, and died in his home in Lebanon, Tenn., Dec. 22, 
1953, after an illness of two months. In Japan : Nov. 
1902 Jan. 1941. Served: Wakayama 1902-6, Uji-Yama- 
da 1906-10, Hiroshima 1911-41. His activity in evan 
gelistic work bore marked results among which were 
many who were led to become Christian ministers. He 
was married to Miss Ada Payne in 1902 and in 1952 
they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Of 
their five children, Mrs. R. A. E. Hessel and Miss Nannie 
M. Hereford are missionaries in Japan. 

MRS. ANNE THEODOSIA HIND 

Mrs. Anne Theodosia Hind (nee Tapson), Church 



1954 45 

Missionary Society, was born in England 1864 and died 
at Bexhill, Sussex, England, Feb. 16, 1954. In Japan: 
1890-1941. Served: Together with her husband Rev. 
J. Hind, in Fukuoka, 1890-1925, and after retirement 
lived in Tabata, Fukuoka Prefecture until his death in 
Karuizawa 1934. She is best remembered by her kindness 
and sympathy to all who needed help. She was always 
ready to speak for our Lord to lonely and unhappy people 
and her cheerfulness helped those whom she met. Leaving 
Japan in 1941 she went to Australia and later to England. 

MISS MARGARET KEAGY 

Miss Margaret Drummond Keagy, United Church of 
Canada, was born April 4, 1880, in West Flamboro, 
Ontario, Canada and died Oct. 28, 1953 in Toronto. In 
Japan: 1908-1941. Served: Toyo Eiwa Jo Gakko in 
Tokyo 1908-1918 teaching domestic science, at close of 
World War I with Red Cross in Siberia for one year, 
during her last twenty years in Japan engaged in evan 
gelistic work in Kofu and Hammamatsu. After retirement 
in 1941 she lived with sisters in Toronto where she 
suffered poor health until passing to her heavenly home. 

REV. M. M. KIPPS 

Rev. Michael Moses Kipps, United Lutheran Church 
in America, was born in Madison, Va., March 24, 1884, 
and died in Pottsville, Pa., Nov. 5, 1953. In Japan: 
1916-1921. Served: school work in Kumamoto and 
evangelistic work in Toyohashi. He was educated in 
Lenoir Rhyne College, Roanoke College, and in Mt. Airy 



46 IN MEMORIAM 

Theological Seminary, Philadelphia. Mrs. Kipps and three 
married daughters survive him. 

REV. RUBEN LINDGREN 

Rev. Ruben Lindgren, Lutheran Evangelical Association 
of Finland, was born in Pojo, Finland Aug. 3, 1889 and 
died in Helsinki, Finland, June 19, 1953. In Japan: 
1917-1924. Served: Kami Suwa, Nagano prefecture 
after language study in Tokyo. After returning to Fin 
land in 1924 he continued his studies and graduated in 
theology from the Univ. of Helsinki. From 1930 he 
served in St. John s Church (Southern Swedish congreg 
ation) in Helsinki. In 1945 the title " Canon " was 
conferred on him. Humility and faithfulness characterized 
his life. 

REV. J. T. MEYERS 

Rev. J. T. Meyers, Methodist Episcopal Church, was 
born in Baltimore, Md., Dec. 20, 1866, and died in 
Washington, D. C. 1954. In Japan: Aug. 21, 1893- 
1940. He came as a missionary of the Methodist Church 
South. Served : Shikoku, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima, 
Ashiya, and Okayama. 

MISS ANNIE PATTON 

Miss Annie Patton, Southern Presbyterian Church, 
died at the home of the her nice in Burbank, Calif., 
Feb. 20, 1954. In Japan: 19001937. Served: with 
her sister Miss Florence Patton, Tokushima, Okazaki, and 
Nagoya in evangelistic work. After their retirement in 



1954 47 

1937, they lived together in Pasadena, Calif., until the 
passing of Miss Florence in 1949. Miss Annie continued 
theie until a few days before her death. 

COMISSIONER ERNEST PUGMIRE 

Commissioner Ernest I. Pugmire, Salvation Army, 
was born in Kansas City, Mo., March 4, 1888 and died 
in New York June 24, 1953. In Japan: 19191931. 
Served : In Tokyo as Chief Secretary of the SA in Japan. 
He was born of SA officers while they were serving in 
the U. S. After graduating from the SA Training 
College in Toronto in 1906 he served in Canada, China, 
Japan, and afterwards for more than twenty years in 
executive posts in Atlanta, Chicaga, and New York where 
for a number of years he was National Commander of 
the SA until he suddenly passed away under heart attack. 

MRS. HANNA SCOTT 

Mrs. Hanna Dorothea Scott (nee Senior), Church 
Missionary Society, was born at Blackford, Carlisle, Eng 
land, Oct. 16, 1884 and died in Birmingham, England 
Dec. 20, 1953. In Japan: 19131930. In 1916 she 
was married to Rev. J. J. Scott who died in Hawksley, 
England in 1947. Served: with her husband in Toku- 
shima. She continued communications with friends in 
Tokushima until shortly before her death. 

MRS. ROY SMITH 

Mrs. Charlotte Jacques Hess Smith, Methodist Episcopal 
Church, was born in Philo, 111., June 17, 1886 and died 



48 IN MEMORIAM 

in Kobe, Japan, Nov. 26, 1953. She came to Japan in 
1910 and was married to Mr. Roy Smith Oct. 10 of that 
year. Served : Kobe the entire time except in Okayama 
1918 1919, in work especially among young people. 
She received her A. B. from the University of 111. and 
her M. A. from the Pacific School of Religion, Berkely, 
Calif. Her husband and three children survive her. 

MISS SADIE TAIT 

Miss Sadie Olivia Tait, United Church of Canada, was 
born in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada Dec. 21, 1892, 
and died in Toronto, Nov. 6, 1953. In Japan: 1916 
1928. Served : Toyo Eiwa Jo Gokko in Tokyo during 
her first term, and afterwards in evangelistic work in 
Kanazawa. When returning to Canada in 1928 family 
circumstances made it necessary for her to remain in the 
homeland where she served under the Board of Home 
Missions until failing health necessitated retirement in 
1948. 



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MISS ELIZABETH ALEXANDER 

Miss Victoria Elizabeth Alexander, Methodist, was born 
on May 7, 1870 at Stanhope, Prince Edward Island, 
Canada, and died on January 8, 1955 at Edmonton, 
Alberta, Canada. In Japan: 1903-1936. Served: edu 
cational and evangelistic work in Hirosaki and Sapporo. 

MRS. J. M. BALDWIN 

Mrs. J. McQueen Baldwin (nee Mary Hunt), Church 
of England in Canada, was born on June 18, 1864 in 
Dorset, England, and died on February 2, 1955 in Ottawa, 
Canada. In Japan: 1891-1940. Served: in evangelistic 
work before marriage in Osaka and Tokushima under 
the Church Missionary Society ; and with husband in 
Nagoya and Toyohashi. Though Mr. & Mrs. Baldwin 
served under the Canadian Church, they lived on their 
own funds ; and in addition, through their generosity 
such projects as Rev. R. M. Millman s Japanese Gram 
mar were made possible. 

THE VENERABLE ARCHDEACON JOHN 
BATCHELOR, D. D., F. R. G. S. 

The Venerable Archdeacon John Batchelor, D. D., 

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50 IN MEMORIAM 

F. R. G. S., Church Missionary Society, was born in 
Hertford, England on April 2, 1854. In Japan: 1877- 
1940. Served: in Hokkaido, principally to the Ainu, 
to whom he was the first missionary, and the first to 
reduce their language to form and writing. He translated 
into that language much of the Bible, wrote an Ainu- 
English-Japanese Dictionary, an Ainu Grammar, and many 
books and tracts on the culture and folk lore of the Ainu. 
He was decorated many times by the Japanese Emperor 
and government, and also in his home country. 

MRS. E. F. BELL 

Mrs. Enock Fry Bell (nee Anne Elizabeth Bowman), 
American Board, was born Sept. 24, 1873, in New Haven, 
Conn., and died in June 1955 at Boston, Mass. In Japan : 
1902-1905. Served: Sapporo, Kobe, Doshisha Univ., 
Kyoto, with her husband, Because of her ill health, 
the Bells had to discontinue their work in Japan, but 
Mr. Bell then served as a secretary at the American 
Board headquarters for many years, and then as editor 
of the Missionary Herald. 

MRS. C. L. BROWN 

Mrs. Charles L. Brown (nee Virginia Frantz), United 
Lutheran Church in America, was born in Salem, Va. 
on Dec. 29, 1872, and died June 15, 1955 in Burlington, 
Vt. In Japan: 1898-1915. Served: in Saga and Ku- 
mamoto in evangelistic work, especially through Sunday 
Schools, English and Cooking classes, Her husband was 



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one of the chief founders of Kyushu Gakuin and after 
leaving Japan in 1916 became a Board secretary. 

MRS. DeWITT COURTNEY 

Mrs. DeWitt Courtney (nee Susannah Riker), Presby 
terian Church U. S. A. In Japan : 1926-1952. Served : 
in Sapporo, Osaka, and Tokyo. She served as Mission 
Treasurer. During the war years, she helped out in 
India, and in post-war Japan, she was retained as an 
advisor by the Bank of Japan. She married after leaving 
Japan, and died in Florida. 

MRS. C. K. GUMMING 

Mrs. C. K. Gumming (nee Ona Patterson), Presbyterian 
Church, U. S., died on July 12, 1955 at Davidson, N. C. 
In Japan: 1895-1925. Served: before marriage as the 
second principal of Kinjo Girls School in Nagoya ; after 
marriage to Dr. Gumming in Nagoya and Toyohashi. 

REV. CHARLES H. EVANS 

Rev. Charles H. Evans, Protestant Episcopal Church 
in the U. S. A., died Jan. 20, 1955 in Claremont, Calif. 
In Japan: 1894-1939. Served: in Tokyo, Maebashi, 
and Mito. 

MR. GALEN M. FISHER 

Mr. Galen M. Fisher, Secretary of the Young Men s 
Christian Association, was born Aprl. 12, 1873 in Oakland, 
Calif., and died Jan. 2, 1955 at Berkeley, Calif. In Japan : 



52 IN MEMORIAM 

1898-1919. Served : In Tokyo as Senior Secretary of 
the Y. M. C. A. He was keen scholar of Japanese and 
lectured before the Asiatic Society of Japan, being author 
of two of its transactions. He introduced the system of 
furnishing Christian men just out of colleges abroad to 
come to teach in Japanese government schools. Also, 
he was an early proponent of devolution, withdrawing 
from Japan himself, in order that a Japanese General 
Secretary might have freer rein. 

REV. CANON WILLIAM H. GALE, L. TH. 

Rev. Canon William H. Gale, L. Th., Church of 
England in Canada, was born Aug. 24, 1880, at Abbotts- 
ford, Quebec, Canada, and died June 27, 1955, in Van- 
cuver, B. C. In Japan: 1911-1931. Served: Toyo- 
hashi, Matsumoto, and Himeji as priest of the Japan 
Anglican Church. After returning to Canada in 1931, 
he served in the Anglican Mission to the Japanese in 
Vancouver, B. C. continuously until his death, except 
for three years (1948-1951) when he was in charge of 
the Japanese Congregation in Toronto. 

MRS. C. P. GARMAN 

Mrs. Clark P. (Katherine) Carman, American Board 
of Commissioners, (Christian Mission until union with 
the ABCFM, 1930), was born Oct. 13, 1876, in Cleve 
land, Ohio, and died suddenly Jan. 20, 1955 in Denver, 
Colorado. In Japan : 1906-1941. Served: Sendai and 
Tokyo in evangelistic work, emphasizing contacts with 



1955 53 

women. During their latter years in Japan Rev. Mr. 
Garman was connected with the Kyobunkan. 

MISS JESSIE GILLESPY 

Miss Jessie Gillespy, Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, 
was born March 14, 1876, at Tonbridge, Kent, England, 
and died Sept. 11, 1954, in Tokyo, Japan. In Japan: 
1902-1954. Served: Under C. M. S. in Pool Girls 
School, Osaka, until 1919, when she connected herself 
with the Japan Evangelistic Band and served in Kobe 
Mission Hall, Ogaki, Kaibara, Fukuchiyama, Befu, and 
Takasago, chiefly in evangelistic work and partly in 
kindergartens with emphasis on reaching the parents 
through the children. While in Canada during the 
Second World War she became associated with the 
Pentecostal Assemblies of God, and since the war was 
located in Kitakata, Fukushima Prefecture, where she 
was buried. While in Canada during the war she did 
extensive work among the Japanese in internment camps. 

MISS ELIZABETH RACHEL GILLETT 

Miss Elizabeth Rachel Gillett, Railway Mission, was 
born in Banbury, England, Jan. 2, 1865, and died at 
the same place July 9, 1954. In Japan: 1896-1940. 
Served : with residence in Tokyo she traveled exten 
sively in behalf of her work for railway employees 
throughout Japan. She retained her affection for Japan 
and for Japanese individuals until the end. The last 
one she had the privilege of meeting was Rev. I. line 



54 IN MEMORIAM 

of Shizuoka who in 1953 visited England. These two 
had worked together for forty years. 

REV. E. C. HENNIGAR, D. D. 

Rev. Edward Calvin Hennigar, D. D., United Church 
of Canada, was born 1880 at St. John, New Brunswick, 
Canada, and died Nov. 12, 1954, at Vancouver, B. C., 
Canada. In Japan : 1905-1940. Served : one term each 
in Fukui and Toyama, and ten years each in Matsumoto 
and Tokyo in evangelistic work. While in Tokyo in 
addition to his connection with the Chuo Kaido, he was 
English language secretary of the Japan Temperence 
Federation, in which capacity, at the request of the 
Japanese government, he lectured at schools of various 
kinds. In 1942 ill health forced him to retire in Van 
couver. Mrs. Hennigar (nee May Hart), a member of 
a well-known missionary family, two sisters, and one 
brother survive him. 

MISS ALICE HORNE 

Miss Alice Christina Home, Church Missionary Society, 
was born at Upper Norwood, England, 1869, and died 
in Trunbridge Wells, Kent, England, Oct. 11, 1954. In 
Japan: 1906-1940. Served: in Kyushu at Kokura, 
Nogata, Nobeoka, and Izuka coal mining district. It was 
because of her work that churches were started at Iki 
and Tsushima Islands. In Tsushima a group of Christ 
ians continues to meet regularly without a resident pastor. 
Much of her work was done among students whom she 
prepared for baptism and confirmation. On leaving Japan 



1955 55 

in 1940 she went to Australia, and after the war to 
England and resided at Trunbridge Wells, Kent. 

MISS JESSIE HOWIE 

Miss Jessie Howie, United Church of Canada (Methodist 
Church of Canada until amalgamation), died June 18, 
1954. In Japan : 1900-1914. Served : First term in 
Tokyo, second term in Kanazawa, chiefly in evangelistic 
work. Not being able to return after her second fur 
lough, she served under the Board of Home Mission 
1914-1936, working among the Japanese and Chinese in 
Vancouver, B. C. After thirty six years of active service 
she retired but continued to live in Vancouver and con 
tinued to encourage those whom she had formerly directed 
into the Christian Church. 

MRS. HAZEL MAE KILBOURNE 

Mrs. Hazel Mae Kilbourne, Oriental Missionary Society, 
was born Aug. 28, 1894, in Cincinnatti, Ohio, U.S.A. 
and died March 4, 1955 in Glendale, Calif., U. S. A. 
In Japan: 1915-1954. Served: Tokyo as teacher in 
seminary, in evangelistic work, and as a writer. 

MRS. WALTER KRIDER 

Mrs. Walter Krider (nee Anastatia Cox), Methodist, 
was born Oct. 15, 1893 in Indiana and died in Milford, 
Ind. on July 3, 1955. In Japan : 1920-1935. Served : 
in Nagasaki. 



56 IN MEMORIAM 

MR. H. DEAN LEEPER 

Mr. H. Dean Leeper, Young Men s Christian Associa 
tion, was born Nov. 12, 1920, in Farmington, 111., and 
died Sept. 26, 1954 in the Toya Maru disaster at Hako 
date. In Japan: 1948- until death 1954. Served : Tokyo 
at National YMCA as Fraternal Secretary for Student 
Work. 

DR. CHARLES A. LOGAN 

Dr. Charles A. Logan, Presbyterian Church, U. S. 
In Japan: 1902-1941. Served: almost the entire time 
in Tokushima in the island of Shikoku. In post-war 
period, because of the age limit he was not returned to 
Japan although he was permitted to take a trip to Japan 
to visit old friends. He gave his time to building 
churches in city suburbs in his last years. Dr. Logan 
was instrumental in leading Dr. Toyohiko Kagawa to a 
knowledge of the Lord. 

MRS. JOHN W. MOORE 

Mrs. John W. Moore (nee Kate Boude), Presbyterian 
Church U.S., was born Jan. 11, 1870 at Gadaulet, Ky. 
and died June 13, 1955 at Pasedena, Calif. In Japan: 
1892-1937. Served: entire time in evangelistic work on 
the island of Shikoku, in Kochi and Kagawa Prefectures. 
Two sons, Rev. Lardner W. Moore and Rev. Baude 
Moore, and a grandson Rev. Lardner D. Moore, are in 
missionary service in Japan. 



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MISS HELEN W. MUNROE 

Miss Helen W. Munroe, Baptist Mission, was born at 
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 14, 1875 and died at Plymouth, 
Mass., Feb. 21, 1954. In Japan: 1916-1919. Served: 
As a teacher at Mary L. Colby School in Yokohama. 
Her return to the States in 1919 was necessitated by 
responsibility for an elderly aunt. 

MRS. WILLIAM W. PARKINSON 

Mrs. William W. Parkinson (nee Audio Crowe), Ameri 
can Baptist, was born Sept. 14, 1903, in Cochran, Geor 
gia, and died Sept. 28, 1951, at Warrenton, Va. In 
Japan: 1929-1935. Served: Tokyo and Yokohama in 
general work, but mostly in behalf of students. After 
leaving Japan, together with her husband, served in 
Blackstone, Va., Rappahannock, Va., and Orange, N. J., 
after which Rev. Mr. Parkinson became Candidate 
Secretary for the Baptist Boards. 

REV. M. MOSSER SMYSER 

Rev. M. Mosser Smyser, Independent missionary died 
inYokote, Akita Ken, Feb. 24, 1955. In Japan: 1903- 
until death in 1955. Served : mostly in Yokote and 
surrounding area in rural evangelism. 

REV. HENRY van EYCK STEGEMEN, D. D. 

Rev. Henry van Eyck Stegeman, D. D., Reformed 
Church in America, was born March 8, 1890, at Har 
rison, South Dakota, died Aug. 14, 1954, in Orange 



58 IN MEMORIAM 

City, Iowa. In Japan : 1917-1941. Served: Tokyo, as 
professor in Meiji Gakuin Seminary, did evangelistic 
work in Kurume, and as president of Ferris Seminary 
in Yokohama. After his return as Registrar in North 
western Junior College, Orange City, Iowa, where Mrs. 
Stegeman (nee Gertrude Hoekje) continues to live. 

REV. ALFRED R. STONE 

Rev. Alfred R. Stone, United Church of Canada, was 
born Apr. 29, 1902, at High Gate, Ontario, and died 
Sept. 26, 1954 in the Toya Maru disaster at Hakodate. 
In Japan: 1926- death in 1954. Served: Toyama, 
Hamamatsu, Nagano Prefecture, Central Tabernacle, 
Tokyo, and the summer just preceding his death he 
moved to Sapporo. Most of his service in Japan was 
devoted to rural evangelism, and even when in Tokyo, 
it was he who poineered the Rural Leadership Training 
Center in Hino just west of Tokyo. Surviving him are 
his wife, two sons, Donald C. and Robert F., his father, 
a sister, and a brother. On Oct. 4, 1954, at St. James- 
Bond United Church, Toronto, where the family are 
members, a memorial service was held, at which Ambas 
sador Matsudaira, Ottawa, Mr. K. Yoshida, Japanese 
Consul at Toronto, and Rev. K. Shimizu were present. 
High tribute was paid to the Rev. Mr. Stone and his work 
by the Ambassador. At the time of this disaster caused by 
the typhoon " Marie," Mr. Stone was on his way south 
to attend a meeting of the Cooperative Evangelism Com 
mittee (of the United Church of Christ in Japan) of 
which he was a secretary. He rendered valuable service 



1955 59 

trying to allay the panic aboard the doomed Toya Maru. 
He served faithfully until death, and was posthumously 
decorated by the Emperor. 

MRS. BELLE JOSEPHINE TALBOTT 

Mrs. Belle Josephine Talbott, Church of the Nazarene, 
was born July 17, 1865 in Leland, 111, and died Dec. 
21, 1954 in Ontario, Calif. In Japan: 1916-1938. 
Served : Kyoto, Kobe, Tokyo, in evangelistic work. After 
leaving Japan she was active in evangelistic work within 
the circle of her church in Montana and California. In 
1950 she retired and resided in Ontario, Calif., where 
she passed away. Mrs. Talbott was the mother of Mrs. 
Florence Eckel who passed away June, 1952, in Osaka. 

REV. KRISTIAN TAMMIO 

Rev. Kristian Tammio, Lutheran Evangelical Associa 
tion of Finland, was born Nov. 13, 1889, in Hanko, 
Finland, and died Nov. 23, 1954, in Lieksa, Finland. In 
Japan: 1913-1921, and again 1948-1952. Served: 
mainly in Nagano Prefecture in evangelistic work with 
special emphasis on giving the Gospel to rural villages. 
In Finland he served as pastor of various congregations 
and was pastor of Pielisjaervi parish when he died. 

MRS. CHARLES M. WARREN 

Mrs. Charles M. Warren (nee Cora Frances Keith), 
American Board, was born Jan. 16, 1873, at Braintree, 
Mass., and died Sept. 9, 1954, at Claremont, Calif. In 
Japan: 1899-1941. Served: Maebashi, Niigata, Kobe 



60 IN MEMORIAM 

College, Tottori, Miyazaki, and Doshisha University. She 
graduated from Mt. Holyoke in 1896 and came to Japan 
with her uncle and family, Dr. Otis Gary, in 1899. 
During the war years she helped her husband who was 
the pastor of the First Japanese Church in Seattle, Wash., 
and then of the Japanese church in Salt Lake City. 
Her husband died Nov. 24, 1951. 

MISS JESSIE M. G. WILKINSON 

Miss Jessie M. G. Wilkinson, Baptist Mission, was 
born in Boston, Mass., Nov. 26, 1885, and died in the 
same city March 5, 1954. In Japan : 1919-1931. Served : 
in Kobe as a kindergartener at the Zenrin Kindergarten. 
Like Kagawa she made her home in a small Japanese 
house in the Kobe slums. After returning to America 
she again took up kindergarten teaching which she had 
done before going out in the first place. 

MISS HELEN L. WILSON 

Miss Helen L. Wilson, Baptist Mission, was born at 
Buffalo, N.Y., 1903 and died at Kenmore, N. Y., Dec. 
1, 1953. In Japan: 1929 for one tern. Served: Sendai. 
Ill health prevented her serving more than one term, 
but upon her return to America she did some deputation 
work, and later taught religious education classes on 
released time in cooperation with the public schools. 
When too ill for these activities she entered the Wheel 
chair Home in Kenmore, N. Y. where she died. 



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MRS. ALONZO D. WOODWORTH 

Mrs. Alonzo D. Woodworth (nee Ida Penrod), Chri 
stian Mission, was born at Manson, Ind., U. S. A., in 
1866, and died at Merom, Ind. on Sept. 27, 1955. In 
Japan : 39 years. Served : in Tokyo. Her husband in 
church work and teaching Theology, she in kindergarten, 
Sunday School and work for women. For their last 
three years in Japan, after the merger, they served under 
the American Board. On retirement the Woodworths 
kept an active interest in church enterprises and a 
developing rural center. 



A Correction 

In the 1950 Christian Year Book it is stated that 
Dr. Daniel Norman died in Karuizawa, June 22, 
1941. This is repeated in connection with Mrs. 
Norman s obituary in the 1954 issue. We have been 
informed that he died in London, Ontario, Canada. 
We apoligize for the error. 



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

Kirby, Executive Secretary, 1762 Beacon Street, 
Brookline, Mass. Rev. Floyd W. Powers, Field 
Supt, 29-3 chome, Tatsumi-dori, Ashigaoka, 
Sakai, Osaka-fu. 

2. ABCFM American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 

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

3. ABFMS American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 152 

Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y, Mrs. Charles 
H. Sears. Rev. B. L. Hinchman, Japan Rep., 2-1 
chome, 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, 2-4 chome, 
Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 56-1081. 

5. ABWE Association of Baptists for World Evangelism, 
Schaff Building, 15th and Race Streets, Philadel 
phia 2, Pa. Japan Headquarters : Rev. Jaymes 
P. Morgan, 2227 Shimoarata-cho, Kagoshima-shi, 

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Kagoshima-ken. 

6. ACF Aizu Christian Fellowship, Miss Edith Mclntosh, 

Canadian Representative -Treasurer, 273 North 
Dewhurst Blvd, Toronto, Ont., Canada. Mrs. 
Margaret Milner, British Representative-Treas 
urer, Mooragh, Whitehouse Lane, Barnston, 
Wirral, Ches., England. Mrs. Frances Noble 
Phair, American Representative-Treasurer, 638 
E. Hoffer Street, Banning, Calif., U. S. A. Miss 
Kathleen Morris, President, 438 Sakae-machi, 
Aizu Wakamatsu, Fukushima ken. 

7. AFP Mission Board of the Religious Society of 

Friends of Philadelphia, 304 Arch Street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Representative in Japan, Miss 
Edith F. Sharpless, 1674 Sakura-machi, Mito-shi, 
Ibaragi-ken. 

8. AFSC American Friends Service Committee, 20 South 

12th Street, Philadelphia 7, Pa. Representative 
in Japan, Miss Esther B. Rhoads, Japan Unit, 
14-1 chome, Mita Dai-machi, Minato-ku, Tokyo. 
Tel. 45-0804. 

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

West Pacific Street, Springfield, Mo. Rev. John 
J. Clement, Chairman, 430-1, 3 chome, Koma- 
gome, Toshima-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 94-5115. 

10. AGGB Assemblies of God, Great Britain and Ireland, 

23 Eltham Road, London S. E. 12, England. 
Representative in Japan, Mr. Leslie E. Savage, 
55-5 chome, Hiratsuka-cho, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 

11. AGM Amazing Grace Missions (Independent Baptist), 



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600, San Antonio, Texas. Representative in 
Japan, Rev. Clyde Pickett, Dogukoji, Takanabe- 
cho, Miyazaki-ken. 

12. ALM Augustana Lutheran Mission, Japan, 2445 Park 

Avenue, Minneapolis 4, Minn., Rev. Melvin A. 
Hammarberg. Representative in Japan, Rev. 
Kenneth J. Dale, Kuroiwa, Kogushi, Ube-shi, 
Yamaguchi-ken. Tel. 2219. 

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

President. Representative in Japan, Rev. Charles 
K. Roth, 215 Shimohoya, Hoya-machi, Kitatama- 
gun, Tokyo. Japan Soul Clinic Headquarters, 
105 Nishikubo, Musashino-shi, Tokyo. Tel. Mu- 
sashino 398-2505. 

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

Mo., Dr. Fred S. Donnelson, Director of Missions. 
Japan Representative, Rev. Olson Hodges, 639-4 
chome, Makuhari-machi, Chiba-shi. 

15. BC Brethren in Christ Foreign Mission Board, 

Washington Boro, Pa., Rev. Henry N. Hostetter, 
Executive Secretary. Representative in Japan ; 
Mr. Peter A. Willms, 11 Tokaichi, Hijiwara, 
Hagi-shi, Yamaguchi-ken. Tel. Hagi 444 

16. BFBS British and Foreign Bible Society (Cooperating 

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

17. BGCA Baptist General Conference of America, 5750 



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North Ashland Avenue, Chicago 26, 111. Japan 
Secretary -Treasurer, Rev. Dale Bjork, 11-2 
chome, Toyotama Kita, Nerima-ku, Tokyo. 

18. BMM Baptist Mid-Missions in Japan, 1120 Chester 

Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, Rev. Dan Bishop, 
Chairman, Box 49, Fukushima-shi, Fukushima- 
ken. 

19. BPM Bible Protestant Mission, Rev. George Derr, 

134 Delsea Drive, Westville, N. J. Representative 
in Japan, Rev. H. Dale Oxley, 38 Kajiya-machi, 
Hitoyoshi-shi, Kumamoto-ken. 

20. BPT Bethel Pentecostal Temple, 2035-2nd Avenue, 

Seattle 1, Wash. Representatives in Japan : Miss 
Harriett Dithridge, 30-4 chome, Shibazaki-cho, 
Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo ; and Rev. M. E. Askew, 
Mizuho-machi, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo. 

21. CA Christian Assemblies, Mr. J. T. Carroll, 2010 

Rainier Avenue, Everett, Wash. Representative 
in Japan, Mr. Ernest J. Davis, Box 982, Central 
Post Office, Tokyo. 

22. CBFMS Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society 

Dr. Vincent Brushwyler, 352 Wellington Avenue, 
Chicago 14, 111. Field Conference Chairman, Rev. 
Bennie Benson, 667 Kami no cho, Monto-machi, 
Yonezawa-shi, Yamagata-ken. Tel. 1991. 

23. CC Christian Missions maintained by missionaries of 

the Church of Christ. 

24. CC-CM a. Church of Christ Cunningham Mission, Mr. 

T. O. Hathcock, 1109, 22 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 
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450 Arai-machi, Nakar.o-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 38-5171. 

25. CC-CRM b. Christian Radio Mission, Mrs. Don Blair, 

Forwarding Agent, 804 Mississippi, Amarillo, 
Texas. Representative in Japan, Mrs. Exie Fultz, 
14-6 chome, Namamiya cho, Asahi-ku, Osaka. 
Tel. 33-5493. 

26. CC-HCM c. Hokkaido Christian Mission, Mr. Merton C. 

Fate, Forwarding Agent, Box 182, Danville, 111. 
Representative in Japan, Mr. Ernest D. Faber, 
16 Wakaba-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. 

27. CC-JCM d. Japanese Christian Mission, Mrs. W. L. 

Walker, Forwarding Agent, 426 Obispo Avenue, 
Long Beach, Calif. Representative in Japan, Mr. 
Wesley Walker, 1862 Moiwabashi, Sapporo, Hok 
kaido. 

28. CC-KCM e. Kyushu Christian Mission, Mrs. Gladys 

Auerswald, Secretary, Box 139, North Vernon, 
Ind. Representative in Japan : Mr. Mark G. 
Maxey, 10925 Kanoya, Kanoya-shi, Kagoshima- 
ken. Tel. 374. 

29. CC-LMJ f. Likins Mission to Japan, Mr. E. S. Beveridge, 

Forwarding Agent, 908 Farners Bank Bldg., 
Mansfield, Ohio. Representative in Japan, 141-1 
chome, Tsurumaki-cho, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. 

30 CC-MCM g. Mabashi Christian Mission, Mrs. O. P. 
Wegner, Forwarding Agent, 1895 N. 24th Street, 
Salem, Oregon. Representative in Japan, Miss 
Grace Farnham, 500-4 chome, Mabashi, Sugi- 
nami-ku, Tokyo. 

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Dowell, Forwarding Agent, Mooreland, Okla. 
Representative in Japan, Mr. Bob Chambers, 
Box 8, Naka, Nagoya. 

32. CC-OCM i. Osaka Christian Mission, Mrs. Kuhn, For 

warding Agent, 1829 Oregon Avenue, Long Beach 
6, Calif. Representative in Japan, Mr. Harold 
Cole, Osaka Bible Seminary, 36-6 chome, Naka- 
miya-cho, Asahi-ku, Osaka. Tel. 33-5493. 

33. CC-REJ j. Rural Evangelism in Japan, Representative 

in Japan, Mr. Paul Nielsen, 154 Minami Miagino, 
Minami no me, Hirono-machi, Sendai-shi. 

34. CC-SCM k. Shikoku Church of Christ Mission, Mr. 

Garland Petty, Forwarding Agent, 596 West 
llth, Peru, Ind. Representative in Japan, Mr. 
Donald Burney, 1146-3 chome, Shimoochiai, 
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. 

35. CC-TCM 1. Tanabe Christian Mission, Representative in 

Japan, Miss Vivian Lemmon, 80 Shimoyashiki, 
Tanabe-shi, Wakayama-ken. 

36. CCC Christian Catholic Church, Rev. Carl Q. Lee, 

Mission Secretary, 2700-2714 Enoch Avenue, 
Zion, 111. Representative in Japan, Rev. Clark 
B. Offner, 66 Hozen, Kuma, Kariya-shi, Aichi-ken. 

37. CEAUS Church of England in Australia, Australian 

Board of Missions, 14 Spring Street, Sydney, N. 
S. W., Australia. Representative in Japan, Rev. 
Frank W. Coaldrake, 960 Okaku, Ito-shi, Shizu- 
oka-ken. Tel. Ito 3025. 

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

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in Japan, Rev. Arthur R. Eikamp, 93-3 chome, 
Tamagawa, Okusawa-machi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. 
Tel. 72-4321. 

39. ChC Missionaries in Japan sent out by Churches 

of Christ, Japan address : Ibaraki Christian 
College, Omika, Kuji-machi, Hitachi-shi, Ibaraki- 
ken. Tel. Kujihama 2251. 

40. CJPM Central Japan Pioneer Mission, Mr. A. V. 

Windsor, Chairman, 445 Hyakken-machi, Mae- 
bashi-shi, Gumma-ken. Tel. Maebashi 5742. 

41. CLC Christian Literature Crusade, Representative in 

Japan, Mr. Kenneth Ridley, 1505-4 chome, Shin- 
den-cho, Ichikawa-shi, Chiba-ken. 

42. CMA The Christian and Missionary Alliance, 260 

West 44th Street, New York, N. Y., Dr. A. C. 
Snead, Foreign Secretary. Representative in 
Japan, Rev. A. Paul McGarvey, P. O. Box 70, 
Hiroshima-shi. Tel. 3-6450. 

43. CMB Christian Mission to Buddhists, Elisenbergbein 

6, Oslo, Norway, Rev. N. N. Thelle, Executive 
Secretary. Japan Representative, Rev. Ragnvald 
Hemstad, 18 Yamazoe-cho, Shugakuin, Sakyo-ku, 
Kyoto. 

44. CMS Church Missionary Society, 6 Salisbury Square, 

London, E. C. 4, England. Representative in 
Japan, Miss Stella C. Doubleday, 882-3 chome, 
Senda-machi, Hiroshima-shi. Tel. 4-5775. 

45. CN Church of the Nazarene, 6401 The Paseo, Box 

6076, Kansas City, Mo. Representative in Jnpan : 
Dr. W. A. Eckel, 229 Tamagawa Oyama-cho, 



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Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 72-5667. 

46. CPC Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Board of 

Foreign Missions, Crosstown Station, Box 5746, 
Memphis, Tennessee, Rev. Arleigh Matlock, D. 
D., Executive . Secretary. Representative in 
Japan ; Rev. Thomas Forester, Aza Hei, 5-go, 
3366-3, Shimo Tsuruma, Yamato Machi, Koza- 
gun, Kanagawa-ken. Tel. Yamato 409. 

47. CRJM The Christian Reformed Japan Mission, 543 

Eastern Avenue, SE, Grand Rapids, Mich., Rev. 
Henry Evenhouse, Secretary of the Board. 
Representative in Japan, Rev. Richard Sytsma, 
30 Nishikosenba, Kawagoe-shi, Saitama-ken. 
Tel. Kawagoe 1529. 

48. EFCA Evangelical Free Church of America, 2950 

Nicollet, Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. Arnold Olson, 
President. Japan Headquarters, 5 Tojiin Nishi- 
machi, Kamikyo-ku, Kyoto. Tel. Nishijin 4033. 

49. E & R Evangelical and Reformed Church, 1505 Race 

Street, Philadelphia 2, Pa. 

(See Interboard Committee for Christian Work 

in Japan.) 

50. ELC Evangelical Lutheran Church, Japan Mission, 

422 South Fifth St., Minneapolis 15, Minn., Dr. 
R. A. Syrdal, Executive Secretary ; Rev. John 
Homerstad, Field Secretary, 11-2 chome, Ume- 
zono-cho, Okazaki-shi, Aichi-ken. Mission Hdq., 
21 Maruyamo-cho, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 94- 
0835. 

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N. Francisco Avenue, Chicago 25, 111., T. W. 
Anderson, President. Representative in Japan, 
Rev. Melbourne J. Metcalf, Chairman, 990-3 
chome, Nakameguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 
49-8346. 

52. EUB Evangelical United Brethren Church, 1409 U. 

B. Building, Dayton 2, Ohio. 

(See Interboard Committee for Christian Work 

in Japan.) 

53. FCM Free Christian Mission, R. Engebretsen, Filadel- 

fia Assembly, 24 St. Olavsgt, Norway. Field 
Representative, Rev. Arne J. Hemmingby, 9-1 
Tawara Shimo Machi, Fukui-shi, Fukui-ken. 

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

Armstrong, 902 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis 
3, Minn. Field Chairman, Rev. Rollin S. Rea- 
soner, 111. Hakuraku, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama. 

55. FFOM Finnish Free Overseas Mission, Pengerk 9 Hel 

sinki, Finland, Mr. O. Finell. Representative in 
Japan, Rev. L. V. Heimonen, 101 Kamihate-cho, 
Kitashirakawa, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto. 

56. FM Free Methodist Church of North America, 

Winona Lake, Ind. Representative in Japan, Rev. 
Norman Overland, 45-1 chome, Maruyama-dori, 
Abeno-ku, Osaka. Tel. 66-4661. 

57. GCMM General Conference Mennonite Mission, Mr. 

John Thiessen, Secretary, 722 Main Street, New 
ton, Kansas. Mr. Verney Unruh, Chairman, 50- 
3 chome, Yodogawa-cho, Miyazaki-shi. Tel. 4009. 

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



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Berlin, Lichterfelde, Kiesstrasse 8. Represent 
ative in Japan, Rev. Harald Oehler, 20-2 chome 
Tomizaka, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 92-2921. 

59. GGEA Grace Gospel Evangelistic Association Inter 

national Inc., 1532 24th Avenue, Longview, 
Washington. Representative in Japan, Rev. Fred 
Pike, 265 Gonokami, Nishitama-mura, Nishitama- 
gun, Tokyo. 

60. GI The Gideons International, 212 East Superior 

Street, Chicago 11, 111. Representative in Japan, 
Mr. Richard J. Holzwarth, Box 1018, Central 
Post Office, Tokyo. Tel. 58-1723. 

61. GMM Marburger Mission (German), Marburg/lahn, 

Germany, Stresemannstr. 25. American Head 
quarters : Liberty Corner Mission, Liberty Corner, 
N. J. Representative in Japan, Miss Karoline 
Stcinhoff, Higashi Naruo 12, Naruo-cho, Nishino- 
miya-shi, Hyogo-ken. 

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

A. Brandt Reed, 15 Park Row, New York 38, 
N. Y. Representative in Japan, Mr. Kenneth 
W. Clark, 1073 Ohara-cho, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. 
Tel. 32-5602. Hi-BA Student Center, 35 Konno- 
cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 40-5072. 

63. HFD Hokkaido Fukuin Dendo Kai, Oakland Evangel 

istic Assn., Inc., 1522 8th Ave., Oakland, Calif. 
Rev. Raymond E. McNaughton, Missionary Field 
Rep., 10 Honcho, Hakodate-shi, Hokkaido. 

64. IBC Interboard Committee for Christian Work in 

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10 N. Y. Interboard Field Committee Office 
Secretary, Rev. Dr. Darley Downs, Room 802, 
2-4 chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 56-6966. 

65. IBPFM Independent Board for Presbyterian Foreign 

Missions, Rev. Wm. A. Mahlow, 246 West 
Walnut Lane, Philadelphia 44, Pa. Japan Mission 
Chairman, Rev. Philip R. Foxwell, 273 Horino- 
uchi, 1 chome, Suginami-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 38-0017. 

66. ICEF International Child Evangelism Fellowship, 

P. O. Box. 637, Pacific Palisades, Calif. Mr. 
Charles Pierce, Superintendent, 25 Shoto-cho, 
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 46-2342. 

67. ICFG International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, 

Angelus Temple, 1200 Glendale Blvd., Los An 
geles, 26, Calif. Representatives in Japan, Mr. 
and Mrs. Jack Francey, 569 No. 1 Higashi O- 
izumi, Nerima-ku, Tokyo. 

68. IGL International Gospel League, Japan Mission, 

Headquarters, Pasadena, Calif. Japan Director, 
Dr. Janet R. Kiel, 93 Uyama, Sumoto-shi, Awaji, 
Hyogo-ken. 

69. 1ND Independent of any society or mission board. 

70. IUGM International Union of Gospel Missions, Inc. 

320 Crew St., S. W., Atlanta, Ga., Dr. Wm. Huck, 
President. Office : Dr. Hugh Moreton, 748 Mu- 
sashino-shi, Tokyo. Tel. Musashino 2224. 

71. JAM Japan Apostolic Mission, Mrs. L. W. Coote, 214 

Colfax, San Antonio, Texas. Japan Headquarters : 
Ikoma Bible College, Ikoma-cho, Nara-ken, Dr. 
Leonard W. Coote. 



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72. JCGM Japan Committee of German Missions, Am 

Dobben 123, Bremen, Pastor E. Ramsauer. Miss 
Ursula von Reiswitz, Representative, 331 Eifuku- 
cho, Suginami-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 32-4794. 

73. JEB Japan Evangelistic Band, 19 John Street, Bedford 

Row, London W. C. 1, England. American Head 
quarters : 1412 N. Kingsley Drive, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Mr. William Bee, Field Leader, 11-5 
chome, Shiomidai-cho, Suma-ku, Kobe. 

74. JEM Japan Evangelical Mission, Mr. Murray L. Daw- 

son, Three Hills, Alberta, Canada. U. S A. 
Office : Miss Audrey Stenholm, 9710 15th Avenue 
N. W., Seattle 7, Wash. Rev. James Brisbin, Field 
Director, 2895 Kitanakajima-cho, Nagaoka-shi. 
Tel. Nagaoka 4229. 

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

Philadelphia 26, Pa., Mr. B. Donald Sutherland, 
Chairman. Miss Esther S. Bower, Representative, 
63 Showa-cho, 1 Cho, Hamadera, Sakai-shi, 
Osaka-fu. Tel. Hamadera 19. 

76. JIM Japan Inland Mission, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 

Kennedy, 3 Higashi Hon Machi, Shimogano, 
Sakyo-ku, Kyoto. 

77. JOC The Japanese Orthodox Church, (Russian 

Orthodox Church) Most Rev. Metropolitan Leonty, 
59 East 2nd Street, New York, N. Y. Most Rev. 
Bishop Ireney, Nicolai-Do, 1-3 Surugadai, Kanda, 
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 29-1885. 

78. JRBM Japan Regular Baptist Mission of the Conven 

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Foreign Missions Committee Chairman, Rev. E. 
V. Apps, Box 130, Port Coquitlam, B. C., Canada. 
Japan Representative, Rev. F. L. Pickering, 380 
Nakagawa, Takaoka-shi, Toyama-ken. 

79. LBA The Church of Lutheran Brethren of America, 

Fergus Falls, Minn. The Lutheran Brethren 
Mission of Japan Headquarters, Kami-cho 8, 
Narayama Motoshinmachi, Akita-shi. Tel. 4949. 

80. LDS The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 

Saints, 47 E. South Temple Street, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. Mission President, President Paul C. 
Andrus, 14-2 Hiroo-cho, Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo. 
Tel. 45-1613. 

81. LEAF Lutheran Evangelical Association of Finland, 

Malminkatu 12, Helsinki, Finland, Toivo Rapeli, 
Executive Secretary. Artturi Karen, Japan Re 
presentative, 108 Kobinata Suido-cho, Bunkyo- 
ku, Tokyo. 

82. LFCN Lutheran Free Church of Norway, Japan Mis 

sion, Rev. O. A. Sommernes, Executive Secretary, 
Moss, Norway. Rev. Sigurd Aske, Superinten 
dent, 48 Takigatani, Shioya-cho, Tarumi-ku, Kobe. 
Tel. Tarumi 3187. 

83. LM Liebenzeller Mission, Bad Liebenzell, Wuerttem- 

berg, Germany. Pfarrer Albert Achenbach, 
Director. Representative in Japan, Rev. A. G. 
Ettling, 1933 Nakanoshima, Kawasaki-shi, Kana- 
gawa-ken. 

84. M The Mennonite Board of Missions and Chari 

ties, 1711 Prairie Street Elkhart, Indiana, J. D. 



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85. MB 



86. MC 



87. MCC 



88. MCCS 



89. MM 



Graber, Secretary. Rev. Don M. McCammon, 
Representative, 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, Rev. Harry 
Friesen, Chairman, 59 Sonpachi-cho, 4 Jo-dori, 
Ishibashi Soen, Ikeda-shi, Osaka-fu. Tel. Ikeda 
210. 

Board of Missions, The Methodist Church, 150 
Fifth Avenue, New York 11, N. Y. 
(See Interboard Committee for Christian Work 
in Japan.) 

Mennonite Central Committee, Mr. Norman A. 
Wingert, Director, 350 Setamachi, Tamagawa, 
Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. Tel. Futaka Tamagawa 
(108) 244. 

Mission Covenant Church of Sweden (Svenska 
Missions-forbundet), Tegnergatan 8, Stockholm, 
Sweden. Secretary for Foreign Missions : Rev. 
G. Nicklasson. Chairman in Japan : Rev. Hen- 
ning Akerberg. Headquarters, Swedish Mission, 
Aminohama, Okayama-shi, Okayama-ken. Tel. 
Okayama 2-9672. Telegr. SWEMISS OKAYA- 
MASHI. (See SMJ) 

Mino Mission, Miss Elizabeth A. Whewell, 
Superintendent, Tomidahama, Yokkaichi, Mie- 
ken. Tel. Tomida 96. Representative in Ameri 
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90. MSCC 



91. MSL 



92. NAB 



93. NEOM 



94. NLM 



95. NMA 



96. NMS 



Columbus, Ohio. 

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, Mo. Rev. Paul 
Heerboth, Representative. Office : Tokyo Luthe 
ran Center, 16-1 chome, Fujimi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, 
Tokyo. Tel. 33-5266. 

North American Baptist General Mission in 
Japan, Inc., 7308 Madison Street, Forest Park, 
111. Rev. Walter Sukut, Field Superintendent, 
4 Nishisonjoin-cho, Kinugasa, Kita-ku, Kyoto. 

Norwegian Evangelical Orient Mission, 20 
Mollergaten, Oslo, Norway., Mr. John Gulbrand- 
scn. Representative in Japan, Mr. Haakon In- 
gwardo, 86 Kitamachi, Nakamura, Soma-shi, 
Fukushima-ken. 

Norwegian Lutheran Mission, Grensen 19, Oslo, 
Norway, Tormod Vaagen, Secretary. Rev. 
Gabriel Eikli, Field Superintendent, 5-27 Chi- 
morimachi, 1 chome, Suma-ku, Kobe. Tel. 7- 
1662. 

Norwegian Mission Alliance, Oslo, Norway. 
Paul Walstad, Secretary. Mr. Erling Melaaen, 
Chairman, Ohara-machi, Chiba-ken. 

Norwegian Missionary Society, Asylgaten 10, 
Stavanger, Norway, Rev. Eimar Amdahl, Ex 
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Superintendent, 197 Sekido Takamatsu, Waka- 
yama-shi. Tel. 5839. 

97. NTM New Tribes Mission, Chico, Calif. Mr. John L. 

McPhail, Japan Representative, 1304 Kamiyasu- 
matsu, Tokorozawa-shi, Saitama-ken. 

98. OB The Omi Brotherhood, Mr. Carl B. Balcomb, 33 

Oxford Avenue, Dayton 7, Ohio, Representative 
in America and President of the Omi Brother 
hood Foundation of America. Omi-Hachiman- 
shi, Shiga-ken. Dr. Merell Vories Hitotsuyanagi. 
Tel. Omi-Hachiman 526-530 (office) and 456 
(residence). 

99. OEM Oriental Boat Mission, P. O. Box 428, Chicago 

90, 111. Representative in Japan : Rev. Douglas 
Dawson, P. O. Box 761, Kobe. 

100. OBSC Open Bible Standard Churches, Inc., 351-19th 

Street, Des Moines, Iowa, Rev. R. Bryant Mitchell, 
Executive Director. Japan Open Bible Churches, 
Rev. Philard L. Rounds, Representative, 23 Nishi 
Machi, Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo. 

101. OMF Overseas Missionary Fellowship, General Direc 

tor, Mr. J. Oswald Sanders, 2 Cluny Road., 
Singapore 10. Mr. L. A. Street, Field Supt., 49 
Sawada, Tsukuri-machi, Aomori-shi, Aomori-ken. 
Mr. B. Hallgren, Business Manager, 344 Seijo- 
machi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. 

102. OMS Oriental Missionary Society, 856 North Hobart 

Blvd., Los Angeles 29, Calif., Dr. Eugene Erny, 
Chairman. Representative in Japan, Dr. Roy P. 
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chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 37-3664. 

103. OMSS Orebro Missionary Society of Sweden, (Oerebro 

Missionsfoerening), Skotgatan 11, Oerebro, Swe 
den, Secretary for Foreign Missions, Rev. John 
Magrusson. Chairman in Japan, Rev. Erik 
Sandberg. Headquarters, 122 Aoi-cho, Minato, 
Wakayama-shi, Wakayama-ken. Teleg. SAND- 
BERG WAKAYAMA. (See SMJ) 

104. OPC The Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Committee 

on Foreign Missions, Rev. John P. Galbreath, 
Secretary, 728 Schaff Bldg., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 
Japan Mission Chairman, Rev. R. Heber Mcll- 
waine, 79 Nii-machi, Watari-cho, Miyagi-ken. 

105. PAC The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, 50 

Euston Avenue, Toronto 6, Canada, Rev. George 
R. Upton, Secretary. Rev. D. F. Kauffman, 
Representative, 77-11 Kita Shichi Ban-cho, Sen- 
dai-shi. 

106. PCC General Board of Missions, The Presbyterian 

Church in Canada, Rev. E. H. Johnson, Secretary 
for Overseas Missions, 63 St. George St., Toronto 
5, Ontario, Canada. Canadian Presbyterian Mis 
sion to the Koreans in Japan, Rev. Donald H. 
Powell, Nagamine Yama, Nada-ku, Kobe. Tel. 
8-5429. 

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

Wash., Rev. Roy Johnson, Pastor. Japan Philadel 
phia Church Mission, Headquarters, 205 Ozato- 
cho, Honmoku, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Rev. Harold 
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108. PEC Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A., 281 

Fourth Ave., New York, N Y. Japan Office : 19, 
Akashi-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 54-0126. 
Cable address : Amchumiss Tokyo. 

109. PN Board of Foreign Missions, Presbyterian 

Church in the U.S.A., 156 Fifth Ave., New 
York 10, N. Y., Dr. Charles T. Leber, Secretary. 
(See Interboard Committee for Christian Work 
in Japan.) 

110. POBC Pacific Orient Broadcasting Co., Rev. Arthur J. 

Seely, General Manager, Office: 1093-3 Matsu- 
bara Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 32-2153. Mailing 
address: C. P. O. Box 1000, Tokyo. 

111. PS Board of World Missions. Presbyterian Church 

in the U. S., P. O. Box 330, Nashville 1, Tenn. 
Miss Margaret Archibald, Secretary, Japan Mis 
sion, Kinjo College, Omori, Moriyama-shi, Aichi- 
ken. Tel. Nagoya Shigai Omori 53-ko. 

112. PTL Pocket Testament League, Inc., 156 Fifth Ave., 

New York 10, N. Y., Alfred A. Kunz, Executive 
Director. Mr. Samuel A. Befus, Representative, 
255 Minami Senzoku-machi, Ota-ku, Tokyo. 

113. RCA Reformed Church in America, 156 Fifth Ave., 

New York 10, N. Y. (See Interboard Committee 
for Christian Work in Japan.) 

114. RPM Reformed Presbyterian Church in N. A., c/o 

Chester A. Fox, Treasurer, 209 Ninth Street, 
Pittsburgh 22, Pa. Rev. Samuel E. Boyle, Chair 
man, 12 Ichinotani 2 chome, Suma-ku, Kobe. 
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115. SA Salvation Army, International Headquarters, 

London, England. Territorial Headquarters, 17, 
Kanda, Jimbo-cho, 2 chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. 
Brigr. Long, General Secretary. Tel. 33-7311. 

116. SAJM Swiss Alliance-Japan Mission, Japan Branch of 

The Philafrican and Alliance Mission, Mr. Eugene 
Schmidt, Sec., 23 St. Georgen Strasse, Winter- 
thur, Switzerland. Representative in Japan, Mr. 
Paul Scha r, Obana, Kanaimura, Sado-gun, Nii- 
gata-ken. 

117. SAMJ Swedish Alliance Mission in Japan (Svenska 

Alliansmissionen) Vaestra Storgatan 14, Joen- 
koeping, Sweden, Secretary for Foreign Missions, 
Rev. A. Almqvist. Chairman in Japan : Rev. 
Philip Malmvall. Hdq. : 141 Kamiikegawa-cho, 
Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka-ken. Teleg. SAM- 
CENTER HAMAMATSUSHI. (See SJM) 

118. SBC Southern Baptist Convention, Foreign Mission 

Board, 2037 Monument Avenue, Richmond 20, 
Va. Cable Address : Forenboard. Dr. Baker J. 
Cauthen, Executive Secretary. Japan Mission 
of Foreign Mission Board of S. B. C., Dr. Frank 
H. Connely, 11 Kamiyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. 
Treasurer. Miss Lucy E. Smith, Assistant 
Treasurer 

119. SBM Swedish Baptist Mission (Svenska Baptistsam- 

fundet) The Baptist Union of Sweden Klara- 
bergsgatan 50, Stockholm, Sweden. Secretary 
for Foreign Missions : Rev. Eric Strutz. Chair 
man in Japan : Rev. Ergon Rinell, Kanto Gakuin 



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Univ., Mutsuura, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama-shi. 
Hdq. 621 Nakano-cho, Yashiro, Himeji-shi, Hyogo- 
ken. (See SMJ) 

120. SDA General Conference of Seventh Day Adventists, 

Takoma Park, Washington, D. C., W. R. Beach, 
Secretary. Mr. F. R. Millard, President, Japan 
Union Mission, 164-2 chome, Onden, Shibuya-ku, 
Tokyo. Tel. 40-1171. 

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

Pfarrer Werner Zollinger, Prasident der Schwci- 
zerischen Ostarien Mission, Friedensstrasse, 7, 
Winterthur, Schweiz. Representative in Japan : 
Shogoin-Higashi-machi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto. Tel. 
7-2437. 

122. SEMJ Swedish Evangelical Mission in Japan (Svenska 

Mongol-och Japanmissionen) Brunnsgatan 4, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Secretary for Foreign Mis 
sions : Rev. Paul-Georg Svensson. Chairman in 
Japan : Rev. Folke Persson. Hdq. 43-3 chome, 
Shimouma-machi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 42- 
9094. Teleg. SWEMISS. (See SMJ) 

123. SEOM Swedish Evangelical Orient Mission (Svenska 

Missionen i Kina och Japan) Drottninggatan 55, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Secretary for Foreign Mis 
sions : Rev. Erik Malm. Chairman in Japan : 
Rev. Gosta Goes. Hdq. 149 Hira-machi, Numazu- 
shi, Shizuoka-ken. (See SMJ) 

124. vSFM Swedish Free Mission of the Pentecostal 

Churches of Sweden, Box 6082, Stockholm, 
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Lind, 122 Iwama cho, 2 chome, Hodogaya-ku, 
Yokohama-shi. (See SMJ) 

125. SHM Swedish Holiness Mission (Helgelsefoerbundet) 

Gotabro, Sweden. Secretary for Foreign Mis 
sions, Mrs. J. Reinholdz, Box 213, Kumla, Sweden. 
Chairman in Japan : Rev. Lars Jansson, Hdq., 
35 Yoyoura, Kuroiso-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi- 
ken. Teleg. SWEDISH MISSION KUROISO 
TOCHIGIKEN. (See SMJ) 

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

Editor of the Swedish Missionaries Address 
List, 382-6 Kosei-cho, Okazaki-shi. 

127. SPG Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in 

Foreign Parts, 15 Tufton St.. Westminster, 
London S. W. 1, England. Japan Representative : 
Miss A. K. Woolley, Koran Jogakko, 1046, Hira- 
tsuka 7 chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 78- 
4736. 

128. SSJE Society of St. John the Evangelist, 980 Memo 

rial Drive, Cambridge 38, Mass. Representative 
in Japan : Rev. Oliver B. Dale, St. Michael s 
Monastery, Shimadagashi, Oyama Kyoku Kunai, 
Tochigi-ken. 

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

Rev. J. Eugene Kunos, Ch., Box 748, El. Min- 
nestos, Mich., Rev. Norman Lund, Represen 
tative, 2210-2 chome, Sanno, Ota-ku, Tokyo. 
Tel. 76-4209. 

130. TEAM The Evangelical Alliance Mission, Dr. David 

H. Johnson, 2839 W. McLean Avenue, Chicago 



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47, 111. Japan Representative : Rev. Delbert A. 
Kuehl, 1-2 chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. 

131. TN The Navigators, Dawson Trotman, Director, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. Japan Dir. : L. Roy 
Robertson, 325-2 chome, Nishi Okubo, Shinjuku- 
ku, Tokyo. P. O. Box 1067, Tokyo. (Tel. 32- 
2136) 

132. UCC United Church of Canada, Wesley Building, 299 

Queen St., W. Toronto, 2B Ontario, Canada. 
(See Interboard Committee for Christian Work 
in Japan.) 

133. UCMS United Christian Missionary Society (Dis 

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

134. ULCA United Lutheran Church in America, 231 

Madison Avenue, New York 16, N. Y. Represen 
tative in Japan : Rev. Harold G. Deal, 22 Toku- 
gawa-cho, 3 chome, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi. 
Tel. 4-3223. 

135. UMI Universal Missions, Inc. Mr. Vernon Martin, 

1120 S. Chapel Ave., Alhambra, Calif. Japan 
address : Rev. Jewel Price, 43-7 Watarise 
Naruo-cho, Nishinomiya-shi. 

136. UPC United Pentecostal Church, International Head 

quarters, 3645 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 
Missionary Representative in Japan : Rev. Wil 
liam J. Nukida, 326 Fushimi-cho, Sapporo-shi, 
Hokkaido. 



MISSION BOARDS AND SOCIETIES 



87 



137. WEC Worldwide Evangelistic Crusade, Secretary, 

Norman P. Grubb, Box A, Fort Washington, P. 
A. Representative in Japan : Mr. Lon Fulton, 
569 Kondo, Gokasho-cho, Kanzaki-gun, Shiga-ken. 
Tel. Ishizuka 47. 

138. WGM World Gospel Mission, Dr. George R. Warner, 

President, Box 826, Marion, Indiana. Represen 
tative in Japan : Rev. David A. Kuba, 267-3 
chome, Itabashi-machi, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo. 

139. WM Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society, 330 

East Onondaga Street, Syracuse 2, N. Y. Dr. F. 
R. Birch, Executive Secretary. Representative 
in Japan : Rev. A. Gordon Wolfe, 261 Itabashi- 
machi, 3 chome, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo. Tel. 96- 
2401. 

140. WMC World Missions to Children, Mr. P. P. Huggins, 

Egobata, Higashi Tashiro-machi, Saga-shi, Saga- 
ken. 

141. WT Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, 124 

Columbia Heights, Brooklyn 1, N. Y. Represen 
tative in Japan : Mr. Donald Haslett, 1 Toyo- 
oko-cho, Shiba, Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo. 

142. WUMS Woman s Union Missionary Society of America, 

80 E. llth St. (Rm. 646) New York 3, N. Y. 
Representative, Miss Mary Ballantyne, 221 
Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi. Tel. 2- 
9049. 

143. YFC Japan Youth for Christ (Affiliated with Youth 

for Christ, International, Inc.) 109 N. Cross St., 
Wheaton, 111., Dr. Robert A. Cook, President. 



88 DIRECTORIES 

Representative in Japan : Rev. Dale Cryderman, 
Tokyo C. P. O. Box 1014. Tel. 33-8887, 94- 
5118, 49-6437. 

144. YMCA Young Men s Christian Association, (Interna 
tional Committee of Young Men s Christian 
Associations) , 291 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y. 
Representative in Japan : Mr. Winthrop A. 
Long, National Committee, YMCA of Japan, 2 
Nishi Kanda 1 chome, Chiyoda-ku. Tokyo. Tel. 
25-5200. 



NSM Norwegian Seamans Mission, Herman Foss at, 

5 Bergen, Norway. Representative in Japan : 

6 Nakayamate-Dori 2-chome, Ikuta-ku, Kobe. 



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LIST OF MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



American Advent Mission 

Society (AAMS) 
Bailey, Miss Hazel, 1953 
Braun, Rev. and Mrs. Neil, 

1952 

Cassidy, Miss Bertha E. 1950 
Osborne, Rev. and Mrs. 

David, 1955 
Powers, Rev. and Mrs. Floyd 

W., 1950 

Rediker, Rev. Beulah, 1950 
Whitman, Miss Sylvia, 1950 

American Baptist Foreign 

Mission Society (ABFMS) 
Allen, Miss Thomasine, 1915 
Beath, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling, 

1948 
Brannen, Rev. and Mrs. Noah, 

1952 

Calder, Miss Marguerite, 1949 
Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. 

George, 1953 
Fridell, Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur, 

1948 



Gano, Rev. and Mrs. Glenn, 

1954 

Hampton, Miss Lois, 1952 
Hinchman, Rev. and Mrs. B. 

L., 1949 
Jennings, Rev. and Mrs. 

Raymond, 1950 
Railing, Miss Ruth, 1952 
Knabe, Miss Elizabeth, 1951 
Livingston, Rev. and Mrs. 

Theodore, 1952 
Manierre, Rev. and Mrs. 

Stanley, 1954 

McCoy, Miss Beulah, 1947 
McLellan, Miss Luella, 1951 
Nelson, Miss Ada, 1952 
Nicholson, Rev. and Mrs. 

John, 1949 

Post, Miss Vida, 1920 
Sanderson, Miss Abbie, 1954 
Thompson, Miss Edith, 1955 
Waddington. Mr. Richard, 

1953 
Waterman, Miss Gertrude. 

1948 



91 



92 



DIRECTORIES 



American Bible Society 

(ABS) 

Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. 
James C. F., 

Association of Baptists for 
World Evangelism 

(ABWE) 
Chandler, Rev. and Mrs. 

Vernon D., Jr., 1954 
Goodson, Miss Mary F., 1955 
Morgan, Rev. and Mrs. 

Jaymes P., 1953 
Potter, Miss Elaine. 1954 
Shook, Rev. and Mrs. Paul, 

Jr., 1955 

Aizu Christian Fellowship 

(ACF) 

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

Mission Board of the Relig 
ious Society of Friends of 
Philadelphia (AFP) 

Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce, 



1954 

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



American Friends Service 

Committee (AFSC) 
Mendl, Mr. Wolf, 1955 
Miho, Miss Fumie, 1954 
Noel, Mr. and Mrs. Don O., 

1954 
Rhoads, Miss Esther, B., 1917 

General Council of the As 
semblies of God (AG) 

Berg, Rev. and Mrs. Paul, 

1953 

Byers, Miss Florence M., 1928 
Carlow, Miss Margaret E., 

1948 
Clement, Rev. and Mrs. John 

J., 1933 

Floyd, Mrs. Ruth, 1949 
Frivold, Rev. and Mrs. 

Robert, 1952 
Hymes, Rev. and Mrs. 

Robert, 1952 
Johnston, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard L., 1950 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



93 



Juergensen, Miss Marie, 1922 
Juergensen, Mrs. Nettie, 1934 
Mincey, Rev. and Mrs. E. W., 

1952 
Nipper, Rev. and Mrs. 

Leonard, 1949 
Pedigo, Rev. Ray T, 1953 
Petersen. Rev. and Mrs. 

Harry J., 1952 
Sondeno, Rev. and Mrs. 

Fredolff, 1953 
Wengler, Miss Jessie, 
Yamada, Miss Ellen J., 1950 

Assemblies of God, Great 
Britain and Ireland 

(AGGB) 

Coates, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. 
Davies, Mr. and Mrs. E. D., 

1937 
Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie 

E., 1951 



Amazing Grace Missions 

(AGM) 

Pickett, Rev. and Mrs. Clyde, 
1952 



Augustana Lutheran Mis 



sion, Japan (ALM) 
Berg, Rev. and Mrs. Karl W., 

1952 

Colberg, Miss Lois, 1950 
Cunningham, Rev. and Mrs. 

Robert, 1953 
Dale, Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth 

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

bert, 1953 
Hawkinson, Miss Marian, 

1952 
Hoaglund, Rev. and Mrs. 

Alan, 1954 
Lindberg, Rev. and Mrs. 

David, 1955 

Lindquist, Miss Mary, 1952 
Lundeen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Milton, 1954 
Olson, Rev. and Mrs. George 

L., 1950 
Setterholm, Rev. and Mrs. 

Paul, 1952 
Swanson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Edwin, 1951 
Tack, Rev. and Mrs. Marvin 

A., 1952 



94 



DIRECTORIES 



Vikner, Rev. and Mrs. David 
L., 1950 

American Soul Clinic (ASC) 

Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, 

1951 

Bergman, Mrs. Feme, 1952 
Borror, Miss Doris, 1951 
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Tim, 

1950 

Coryell, Mrs. Ada, 1950 
Coryell, Miss Ada. 1950 
Friesen, Miss Susan, 1952 
Greyell, Mr. Arthur, 1952 
Gronlund, Mrs. Mildred, 1951 
Hardley, Mr. and Mrs. 

Robert, 1955 
Hasegawa, Mr. and Mrs. 

Taro, 1951 
Doi, Mrs. Dorothy Iwabuchi, 

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

1952 

Johnson, Mrs. Margaret, 1952 
Kaylor, Mr. and Mrs. Leo, 

1951 

Lee, Miss Cleo, 1952 
Moon, Mrs. Inez, 1952 



| Nimura, Miss Blanche, 1952 
Person, Miss Mildred, 1951 
j Paul, Miss Eva, 1951 
Quisenberry, Mr. and Mrs. 

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

1951 
Roth, Rev. and Mrs. Charles, 

1951 
Sanderholm, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frank, 1952 

Sano, Miss Eileen, 1954 
Sides, Mrs. Norma, 1952 
Wenger, Mrs. Mary 
Woollett, Rev. and Mrs. John 
F., 1951 

Baptist Bible Fellowship 

(BBF) 
Arnold, Rev. and Mrs. Ray 

D., 1953 

Dunn, Rev. and Mrs. Ed., 1954 
Hodges, Rev. and Mrs. Olson, 

1949 
Marsden, Rev. and Mrs. 

Alvin V., 1950 
Mason, Rev. and Mrs. Jack 

R., 1951 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



95 



Powders, Rev. and Mrs. 

James L., 1955 
Rodgers, Rev. and Mrs. 

Lavern F., 1950 

Brethren in Christ (BC) 
Book, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle, 

1955 
Willms, Mr. Peter A., 1953 

British and Foreign Bible 

Society (BFBS) 
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. 

James C. F. 

Baptist General Conference 

of America (BGCA) 
Bjork, Rev. and Mrs. Dale 

W., 1952 
Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius, 

1955 

Funk, Miss Elsie, 1949 
Lindberg, Rev. and Mrs. 

Sten, 1951 

Nordstrom, Miss Elaine, 1952 
Patterson, Rev. and Mrs. 

James, 1953 
Skoog, Rev. and Mrs. Ronald, 

1955 



Sorley, Rev. and Mrs. Francis 

B., 1948 
Swanson, Rev. and Mrs. Glen 

E., 1950 
Walbert, Rev. and Mrs. 

Clement, 1955 
Youngquist, Rev. and Mrs. 

Haris, 1950 



Baptist Mid-Missions in 

Japan (BMM) 
Bishop, Rev. Dan, 1953 
Lancaster, Rev. and Mrs. 

Wm., 1953 

Morano, Miss Thuvia, 1951 
Pfaff, Rev. and Mrs. J. 

Newland, 1948 
Pfost, Miss Lois, 1953 
Regier, Miss Evelyn, 1954 
Youmans, Miss Doris, 1952 

Bible Protestant Mission 

(BPM) 

Oxley, Rev. and Mrs. H. 
Dale, 1952 

Bethel Pentecostal Temple 

(BPT) 
Askew, Rev. and Mrs. Donald 



96 



DIRECTORIES 



R., 1954 
Askew, Rev. and Mrs. M. E., 

1951 

Dithridge, Miss Harriett, 1910 
Galloway, Mr. and Mrs. Jim, 

1956, 1954 

Hunter, Miss Jean, 1954 
Kyollen, Mrs. Ruth 

Christian Assemblies (CA) 

Barrett, Mr. Cecil, 1937 
Davis, Mr. Ernest, 1926 
Jefferies, Mr. Edgar, 1950 
Koyama, Mr. Seiichi, 1947 
Layden, Miss Frances, 1948 
Sargeant, Miss Marguerite, 

1948 

Stelfore, Mr. Thomas, 1950 
Wills, Mr. Clifton, 1950 

Conservative Baptist Foreign 

Mission Society (CBFMS) 

Beabout, Miss Florence, 1950 

Benson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Bennie, 1952 

Bowen, Miss Virginia, 1950 
Cole, Rev. and Mrs. Frank, 

1952 
Fleischman, Miss Lorraine, 



1952 

Foreman, Miss Alice, 1955 
Holecek, Rev. and Mrs. 

Frank, 1947 
Huttenlock, Rev. and Mrs. 

George, 1951 
Jones, Miss Gladys, 1950 
Kiper, Miss Sarah Jane, 1950 
Kreps, Rev. and Mrs. Homer, 

1953 

Lowe, Miss Ruth Ann, 1951 
McCune, Rev. and Mrs. 

George, 1951 
McDaniel, Rev. and Mrs. 

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

1947 

Morris, Miss Betty, 1952 
Noell, Rev. and Mrs. Frank, 

1955 

Pease, Miss Harriet, 1951 
Sabina, Rev. and Mrs. Moses, 

1950 
Sorrentino, Dr. and Mrs. 

Louis V., 1951 
Tetro, Rev. and Mrs. Frank, 

1950 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



97 



Varney, Miss Evelyn, 1949 
Walter, Miss Helen. 1951 
Weber, Rev. and Mrs. James, 

1953 

Winter, Miss Peggy, 1952 
Zinke, Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert, 

1952 

Christian Missions of the 
Church of Christ (CC) 

A. Church of Christ, Cun 
ningham Mission (CC-CM) 

Buttray, Mr. and Mrs. Stan 
ley, 1950 

Patton, Mr. and Mrs. An 
drew, 1948 

Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, 
1947 

B. Christian Radio Mission 
(CC-CRM) 

Fultz, Mrs. Exie Jane 

C. Hokkaido Christian Mis- 
ion (CC-HCM) 

Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, 
1954 

D. Japanese Christian Mis 
sion (CC-JCM) 

Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Wes 



ley, 1955 

E. Kyushu Christian Mis 
sion (CC-KCM) 

Dittemore, Mrs. Isabel M., 

1951 
i Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. 

Alvin D., 1954 
Maxey, Mr. and Mrs. Mark 

G., 1954 

F. Likins Mission to Japan 
(CC-LMJ) 

Likins, Mr. and Mrs. Claude, 
1955 

G. Mabashi Christian Mis 
sion, (CC-MCM) 

Farnham, Miss Grace, 1925 

Fleenor, Mr. and Mrs. Julius, 
1950 

H. Nagoya Christian Mis 
sion (CC-NCM) 
i Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Bob, 
1952 

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, 
1951 

I. Osaka Christian Mission 
(CC-OCM) 

Beckman, Mr. and Mrs. 



98 



DIRECTORIES 



George, 1949 
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Martin, 

1950 
Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, 

1937 

Kinnett, Miss Jane, 1951 
Mings, Mr. and Mrs. Ray, 

1951 

Sherman, Miss Lucille, 1952 
West, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Whittington, Miss Betty, 1953 
J. Rural Evangelism in 

Japan (CC-REJ) 
Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, 

1940 
K. Shikoku Church of 

Christ Mission (CC-SCM) 
Burney, Mr. and Mrs. Donald, 

1954 

L. Tanabe Christian Mis 
sion (CC-TCM) 
Lemmon, Miss Vivian 



Christian Catholic Church 

(CCC) 

Offner, Rev. and Mrs. Clark 
B., 1951 

Church of England in Aust 



ralia (CEAUS) 
Coaldrake, Rev. and Mrs. 
Frank W., 1947 

Missionary Board of the 
Church of God (CG) 

Eikamp, Rev. and Mrs. 

Arthur R., 1949 
j Goens, Rev. and Mrs. Donald, 
1954 

Kinley, Rev. and Mrs. Philip, 

1955 
Smith, Rev, and Mrs. Nathan, 

1951 



Missionaries sent out by 

Churches of Christ (ChC) 
Andrew, Miss Sarah, 1916 
Baggett, Mr. and Mrs. 

Richard F., 1950 
Betts, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, 1956 
Bixler, Mr. and Mrs. O. D., 

1919, 1949 
j Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Colis, 

1948 
Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 

L., 1948 
Carrell, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 

L., 1950 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



99 



Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 

W., 1948 

Ewing, Miss Hettie Lee, 1926 
Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 

Robert, Jr., 1947 
Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Logan J., 

1948 
Gurganus, Mr. and Mrs. 

George P., 1949 
Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 

E., 1950 
Mowrer, Mr. and Mrs. Max, 

1953 
Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. E. A., 

1918 
Scherman, Dr. Fred C., 1949 

Central Japan Pioneer Mis 
sion (CJPM) 

Brook, Mr. David, 1955 

Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. 
S., 1948 

Corwin, Mr. and Mrs. C. M., 
1952 

Gray, Miss Lorna, 1955 

Jones, Miss Glenys, 1953 
Jones, Miss Gwyneth, 1953 
McKay, Miss Doris, 1951 



Morris, Mr. and Mrs. A. J., 

1952 

Ott, Mr. Paul, 1955 
Parr, Miss D. A., 1927 
Schnydring, Miss Emmi, 1951 
Slichter, Miss Betty, 1949 
Thorp, Miss Dorothy, 1953 
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. T. C., 

1951 
Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. A. V., 

1955 

Christian Literature Crusade 

(CLC) 

Ridley, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. 

Donald 

The Christian and Mission 
ary Alliance (CMA) 
Bollback, Rev. and Mrs. 

Anthony, 1952 

Dievendorf, Mrs. Anne, 1922 
Dyck, Miss Susan, 1953 
Francis, Miss Mable, 1909 
McGarvey, Rev. and Mrs. A. 

Paul, 1952 
Snider, Mrs. Hilda, 1951 



100 



DIRECTORIES 



Stumpf, Rev. and Mrs. Ray, 

1950 
Van Schooten, Rev. and Mrs. 

Alvin, 1955 



Christian Mission to Budd 
hists (CMB) 

Hemstad, Rav. Ragnald, 1953 

Kung, Rev. and Mrs. Tien 
Min, 1953 

Thomsen, Rev. and Mrs. 
Harry, 1956 

Church Missionary Society 

(CMS) 

Baggs, Miss Mabel C., 1925 
Baker, Miss Elsie M., 1923 
Bushe, Miss S. L. K., 1921 
Doubleday, Miss Stella C., 

1928 

Foss, Miss Eleanor M., 1936 
Goldsmith, Miss Mabel O., 

1928 
Hammer, Rev. and Mrs. R. 

J., 1950 
Staveley, Miss J. Ann, 1928 



Church of the Nazarene 

(CN) 



Bennett, Rev. and Mrs. Mer- 
ril S., 1952 

Davis, Rev. and Mrs. Harri 
son R. S., Jr., 1950 

Eckel, Rev. and Mrs. W. A., 
1916, 1950 

Helling, Rev. and Mrs. Hubert 
H., 1952 

McKay, Rev. and Mrs. Bart- 
lett, 1954 

Shepherd, Rev. and Mrs. 
Doyle M., 1949 

Cumberland Presbyterian 

Church (CPC) 
Forester, Rev. and Mrs. 

Thomas, 1953 

Christian Reformed Japan 

Mission (CRJM) 
Bruinooge, Rev. and Mrs. 

Henry, 1951 

Koets, Miss Magdalena, 1951 
Sutton, Rev. Robert L., 1952 
Sweetman, Rev. and Mrs. 

Leonard, 1955 
Sytsma, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard, 1952 
Van Baak, Rev. and Mrs. 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



101 



Edward, 1951 

Vander Bilt, Rev. and Mrs. 
Mass, 1955 

Evangelical Free Church of 

America (EFCA) 
Becker, Miss Blanche, 1954 
Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Einar, 

1953 
Fuller, Rev. and Mrs. Dwight, 

1951 
Halstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Dale, 

1952 
Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin, 

1949 
Hesselgrave, Rev. and Mrs. 

David, 1950 
Prins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, 

1954 
Thalleen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Waldor, 1950 

Evangelical Lutheran 

Church (ELC) 
Aamodt, Rev. and Mrs. 

Conrad, 1951 
Aasland, Rev. and Mrs. 

Harold, 1954 



Anderson, Miss Wanda, 1955 
Arnold, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 

D., 1952 
Bergh, Rev. and Mrs. Oliver, 

1951 

Bonnalie, Miss Dorothy, 1955 
Bowman, Rev. and Mrs. John 

E., 1953 

Boyum, Miss Bernice, 1950 
Davidson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Lewis E., 1951 
Eimon, Rev. and Mrs. Harold, 

1954 
Gilbertson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Gaylen, 1953 

Gulick, Miss Anna D., 1951 
Hansen, Rev. and Mrs. Olaf, 

1949 

Hanson, Miss Lydia, 1950 
Hanson, Miss Marian, 1951 
Herbst, Miss Ruth, 1952 
Holte, Miss Roselyn, 1952 
Homerstad, Rev. and Mrs. 

John M., 1951 
Hyland, Rev. and Mrs. Philip, 

1950 
Ingulsrud, Rev. and Mrs. 



102 



DIRECTORIES 



Lars, 1952 
Johnsrud, Rev. and Mrs. 

Leroy, 1950 
Klemesrud, Rev. and Mrs. 

Stanely, 1953 
Knutson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Alton, 1951 
Luttio, Rev. and Mrs. Philip, 

1952 
Mitchell, Miss Anna Marie, 

1950 

Myhrwold, Miss Froydis, 1951 
Nelson, Miss Grace, 1954 
Nelson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard, 1952 
Neumann, Rev. and Mrs. 

Norman, 1954 
Olson, Rev. and Mrs. Norman, 

1951 

Pederson, Miss Lois, 1950 
Robertsdahl, Miss Lenore, 

1955 

Salter, Miss Bessie, 1954 
Sanoden, Rev. and Mrs. Rus 
sell, 1952 
Sorenson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Morris, 1953 



Stenberg, Rev. and Mrs. 

Kenneth, 1950 

Strandlie, Miss Winona, 1955 
Swenseid, Rev. and Mrs. 

Douglas, 1952 
Tang, Rev. and Mrs. Gordon 

O., 1950 

Tuff, Miss Evelyn, 1954 
Undseth, Rev. and Mrs. Einar, 

1954 
Vorland, Rev. and Mrs. Ge- 

hard, 1953 
Vinge, Rev. and Mrs. Daniel, 

1951 
Wang, Miss Jean, 1953 

Evangelical Mission Coven 
ant of America (EMCA) 

Engeman, Rev. and Mrs. 
Harry, 1950 

Jensen, Rev. and Mrs. Louis 
F., 1953 

Johnson, Miss Bonnevieve 
M., 1954 

Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. 
Gordon, 1951 

Kristerson, Miss Ruth, 1951 

Lindstrom, Miss Shirley, 1951 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



103 



Metcalf, Rev. and Mrs. Mel 
bourne J., 1941 

Peterson, Rev. and Mrs. 
Leonard, 1955 

Rigmark, Rev. and Mrs. K. 
William, 1949 

Verme, Rev. and Mrs. Robert 
E. 1949 

Westberg, Rev. and Mrs. 
Harry E., 1952 

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. and Mrs. 

Arne, 1953 

Jorgensen, Miss Anna, 1954 
Moy, Miss Agnes, 1951 
Nordli, Miss Edel, 1954 
Pedersen, Miss Ruth, 1950 



Riis, Miss Helene, 1951 
Rudolph, Miss Bjorg, 1953 
Rudolph, Rev. and Mrs. J. W., 

1950 

Skauge, Miss Olga, 1950 
Solvoll, Rev. and Mrs. Arnulf, 

1951 
Torp, Rev. and 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. and Mrs. Howard, 

1953 

Bollman, Mr. and Mrs. Theo 
dore G., 1950 
Bond, Miss Dorothy, 1954 
Classen, Miss Ann, 1953 
Classen, Miss Martha, 1951 
Colston, Miss Augusta, 1951 
Dillon, Rev. and Mrs. Alan 
B., 1948 



DIRECTORIES 
and Mrs. 



104 

Engholm, Mr. 

Duane, 1954 
Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 

1949 
Fox, Rev. and Mrs. Roger, 

1951 

Friesen, Miss Arlene, 1953 
Friesen, Rev. and Mrs. Ro 
land, 1952 

Hume, Miss Doris, 1952 
Jeanes, Miss Dorothy, 1951 
Jenkins, Miss Jacqueline, 1955 
Kaneshiro, Miss Kimiko, 1950 
Koski, Miss Beatrice, 1953 
Kubo, Miss Rowena, 1954 
Lautzenheiser, Miss Wanda, 

1952 
Matheson, Mr, and Mrs. 

Robert H., 1952 
McLeroy, Rev. and Mrs. 

Robin, 1953 
McMahan, Mr. and Mrs. 

Carl, 1955 
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad, 

1951 
Moe, Rev. and Mrs. Arthur 

J., 1952 



Montei, Mr. and Mrs. Dou 
glas, 1955 

Morehouse, Miss Mildred, 
1955 

Murata, Rev. and Mrs. Her 
bert, 1949, 1953 

Neufeld, Miss Bertha, 1951 

Newbrander, Rev. and Mrs. 
Virgil, 1951 

Olfert, Miss Marie, 1950 

Peters, Miss Dorothy, 1953 

Placzek, Rev. and Mrs. Frank, 
1953 

Price, Miss Winifred, 1951 

Prinsell, Miss Edna, 1953 

Reasoner, Rev. and Mrs. Rol- 
lin S., 1951 

Reese, Rev. and Mrs. Robert, 
1948 

Reimer, Rev. and Mrs. Wil- 
lard, 1955 

Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard, 
1950 

Siebert, Rev. and Mrs. John 
ny, 1951 

Silfwerbrand, Mrs, Marion, 
1952 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



105 



Smith, Rev. and Mrs. Harry, 
1953 

Swanson, Rev. and Mrs. 
Clarence, 1952 

Sweet, Rev. and Mrs. Leo 
nard, 1948 

Young, Mr. and Mrs. Cla 
rence, 1952 

Finnish Free Overseas 

Mission (FFOM) 
Heimonen, Mr. and Mrs. L. 

V., 1952 

Karna, Mr. and Mrs. T., 1950 
Pelttari, Miss M., 1952 
Rokka, Mr. and Mrs. J., 1954 

Free Methodist Church of 

North America (FM) 
Anderson, Miss Myrtle, 1951 
Bullis, Rev. and Mrs. Harry, 

1951 
De Shazer, Rev. and Mrs. 

Jacob, 1948 

Fensome, Miss Alice E., 1948 
Millikan, Mrs. Eva B., 1911 
Overland, Rev. and Mrs, 



Norman, 1952 
Parsons, Rev. and Mrs. Elmer 

E., 1949 

Reid, Miss Pearl M., 1950 
Skudler, Rev. and Mrs. Ed 
ward, 1952 



General Conference Men- 

nonite Mission (GCMM) 
Boschman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Paul, 1951 
Derksen, Mr. and Mrs. Peter, 

1954 

Dyck, Miss Anna, 1953 
Ediger, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd, 

1953 

Friesen, Miss Leonore, 1951 
Giesbrecht, Miss Martha, 

1953 

Patkau, Miss Esther, 1951 
Ramseyer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Robert, 1954 
Thiessen, Mr. and Mrs. 

Bernard, 1952 
Unruh, Mr. and Mrs. Verney, 

1951 
Voran, Mr. and Mrs. Peter, 

1951 



106 



DIRECTORIES 



German East-Asia Mission 

(GEAM) 

Oehler, Rev. and Mrs. Harald, 
1952 

Grace Gospel Evangelistic 
Association International 
Inc. (GGEA) 

Pike, Rev. and Mrs. Fred, 
1950 

The Gideons International 

(GI) 

Holzwarth, Mr. Richard J., 
1951 

Marburger Mission (GMM) 
Ebinger, Miss Frieda, 1953 
Fleischmann, Miss Babette, 

1951 

Schmid, Miss Ruth, 1953 
Steinhoff, Miss Karoline, 1952 
Uhlig, Miss Marianne, 1956 

High School Evangelism 
Fellowship, Inc. (Hi-BA) 

Clark, Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth 
W., 1950 

Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. John 
F., 1952 



Hokkaido Fukuin Dendo Kai 

(HFD) 

McNaughton, Rev. and Mrs. 
R. E., 1928 

Interboard Committee for 
Christian Work in Japan 

(IBC) 
A. American Board of 

Commissioners for Foreign 

Missions (ABCFM IBC) 
Buell, Miss Constance, 1952 
Gary, Rev. Frank, 1911 
Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Otis, 1947 
Clapp, Miss Frances B., 1918 
Cobb, Miss Ann, 1955 
Crew, Miss Angie, 1923 
Downs, Rev. and Mrs. Barley, 

1919 
Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. John 

F., 1951 
Gillett, Rev. and Mrs. C. S., 

1921 
Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 

1947 

Griesy, Mr. Paul, 1955 
Gulick, Mr. and Mrs. Leeds, 

1921 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



10? 



Gwinn, Miss Alice E., 1922 
Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. H.W., 

1920 

Hibbard, Miss Esther L., 1929 
Houston, Miss Lyda S., 1951 
Husted, Miss Edith, 1917 
Kern, Mr. Wilbur, 1955 
Larson, Mr. and Mrs. David, 

1954 

Littlejohn, Miss Jean, 1951 
Matthews, Rev. and Mrs. 

Alden E, 1952 
McKnight, Rev. and Mrs. W. 

Q., 1920 
Moran, Rev. and Mrs. S. F., 

1916 

Morrill, Mr. and Mrs. Dou 
glas W., 1949 

Roberts, Mrs. May M., 1929 
Robertson, Miss Grace M., 

1950 

Turner, Miss Joyce, 1954 
Wood, Rev. and Mrs. Robert 

W., 1949 

B. Evangelical and Re 
formed (E & R IBC) 
Ankeney, Mrs. Margaret, 
1923 



Baumgartner, Mr. and Mrs. 

Paul L., 1955 

Beecken, Rev. and Mrs. Her 
bert, 1950 

Cundiff, Mr. William S., 1952 
Garner, Miss Margaret, 1949 
Gerhard, Dr. and Mrs. R. H., 

1928 
Getz, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce ? 

1953 
Gregory, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 

R., 1948 

Hoy, Miss Gertrude B., 1949 
Kroehler, Rev. and Mrs. 

Armin, 1950 

Krueger, Miss Naomi, 1954 
Kusunoki, Miss Yasuko, 1955 
Lammers, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard, 1948 
Landis, Miss Janell, 1953 
Melchert, Mr. and Mrs. 

James F., 1952 
Niehaus, Miss Elizabeth L., 

1955 

Petersen, Miss Tordis, 1953 
Reusser, Rev. and Mrs. 

George F., 1953 
Ross, Rtv. Myron, 1954 



108 



DIRECTORIES 



Rubright, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard, 1951 
Schroer, Rev. G. W., 1954 
Schweitzer, Mr. Carl F., 

1952 
Searle, Mr. Victor C., Jr., 

1953 
Sipple, Mr. and Mrs. C. S., 

1930 

Snyder, Miss Ruth F., 1952 
Yearick, Rev. and Mrs. 

Homer F., 1953 
C. Evangelical United Bre 
thren (EUBIBC) 
Anderson, Miss Irene, 1928 
Barrett, Rev. and Mrs. Wm. 

R., 1950 
Brownlee, Rev. and Mrs. 

Wallace, 1951 
Brims, Rev. and Mrs. Robert 

W., 1947 
Corl, Rev. and Mrs. Javan, 

1955 

Elmer, Miss Ruth, 1949 
Fichtner, Miss Anne C., 1955 
Garrison, Rev. and Mrs. 

Elton, 1950 
Juten, Miss Shirley, 1952 



! Kellerman, Miss Jean, 1952 
I Kramer, Miss Lois, 1917 
I Kuecklich, Miss Gertrud, 

1922 
Lang, Rev. and Mrs. Ernst, 

1928, 1930 
Mayer, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 

S., 1909 
Relief eld, Deaconess Hanna 

B., 1952 

Schneider, Miss Doris, 1952 
Theuer, Rev. and Mrs. 

George, 1949 

Voehringer, Deaconess Eliza 
beth, 1953 
D. The Methodist Church 

(MC IBC) 
Adams, Rev. and Mrs. Evyn, 

1951 

Allum, Miss Iris, 1951 
Alston, Miss Charlotte, 1955 
Alsup, Miss Alice, 1952 
Bailey, Miss Barbara M., 

1919 
Bandel, Miss M. Elizabeth, 

1953 

Barns, Miss Helen, 1921 
Bascom, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



109 



bert E., 1950 

Bedell, Miss Mary E., 1950 
Berkey, Mrs. Marguerite, 

1951 

Bost, Miss Ethel, 1949 
Boyer, Miss Alice, 1948 
Boyles, Miss Helen, 1953 
Bray, Rev. and Mrs. William 

D., 1952 

Brittain, Miss Blanche, 1929 
Browning, Rev. and Mrs. 

Willis P., 1951 
Bruner, Rev. and Mrs. Glen, 

1920 

Byler, Miss Gertrude, 1927 
Carroll, Miss Sally, 1926 
Chamberlain, Miss Addie, 

1955 

Cheney, Miss Alice, 1915 
Clarke, Miss Elizabeth, 1948 
Cobb, Rev. and Mrs. John 

B., 1918 

Croskrey, Miss Dorothy, 1949 
Curry, Miss Olive, 1923 
Dail, Miss Lucy Marie, 1955 
Elder, Rev. and Mrs. Wm. 

M., 1948 
Feely, Miss Gertrude, 1931 



Finch, Miss Mary D., 1925 
Floyd, Mr. Roger, 1953 
Fosnot, Miss Pearl, 1953 
Foster, Miss Mary, 1954 
Fukada, Mrs. Robert, 1955 
Gamblin, Rev. and Mrs. 

Arthur E., 1953 
Germany, Rev. and Mrs. 

Charles H., 1947 
Giles, Miss S. Rebecca, 1948 
Gilkey, Mr. William E., 1953 
Givens, Miss Anna M., 1950 
Harbin, Rev. and Mrs. A 

Van, 1934 
Hilburn, Rev. and Mrs. 

Samuel M., 1923 
Hitchcock, Miss Alice, 1952 
Hodges, Miss Olive I., 1902 
Howell, Miss Elizabeth, 1948 
Hughes, Mr. Lee B., 1948 
Jefferson, Miss Alice C., 1950 
Jones, Miss Mary, 1948 
Jones, Rev. and Mrs. Ran 
dolph L., 1953 
Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. James, 

1953 
Kitchen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Theodore J., 1953, 1954 



no 



DIRECTORIES 



Koch, Miss Joyce, 1954 
Kreps, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, 

1950 

Lind, Miss Jennie, 1951 
Maiden, Miss Margaret, 1954 
Mayer, Miss Margery, 1948 
McCain, Miss Pearle, 1951 
McLain, Miss Lulu M., 1955 
McMillan, Miss Mary, 1939 
McWilliams, Rev. and Mrs. 

Robert, 1951 
Meek, Miss Martha Emma, 

1955 

Moore, Miss Helen C, 1931 
Morris, Miss M. Geneva, 1955 
Moss, Rev. and Mrs. John 

A., 1948 

Morris, Mr. Douglas, 1955 
Oldridge, Miss Mary Belle, 

1920 
Paine, Miss Mildred Anne, 

1920 
Palmore, Rev. and Mrs. P. 

Lee, 1922, 1920 
Palmore, Rev. and Mrs. 

Peyton L, III, 1948, 1954 
Parrott, Miss Rae Beth, 1955 
Parsons, Miss Maud, 1951 



Parsons, Rev. and Mrs. 

Norman, 1948 
Peavy, Miss Anne, 1923 
Peckham, Miss Caroline, 1915 
Rahn, Rev. and Mrs. Robert, 

1953 

Reedy, Mr. Boyd, 1954 
Register, Miss Kathleen, 1954 
Rippey, Miss Hazel M., 1952 
Saito, Mr. and Mrs. Morse 

T., 1949 
Sawada, Rev. and Mrs. Ben, 

1950 

Schwab, Miss Elsa, 1941 
Selvey, Miss Esther, 1952 
Shaver, Rev. and Mrs. I. L., 

1919 
Shimer, Mr. and Mrs. Eliot 

R., 1948, 1953 
Skillman, Mr. and Mrs. John 

H., 1951 

Smith, Mr. Roy, 1903 
Stubbs, Rev. and Mrs. David 

C., 1935 
Swain, Rev. and Mrs. David 

L., 1953 

Tarr, Miss Alberta, 1932 
Teele, Dr. and Mrs. Roy E., 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



111 



1950 

Tennant, Miss Elizabeth, 1948 
Thompson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Everett W., 1926 
Thompson, Mr. Lawrance, 

1953 

Waldron, Miss Rose, 1952 
Warne, Miss Eleanor, 1948 
Westfall, Miss May E., 1952 
Whitehead, Miss Mabel, 1917 
Winans, Rev. Edward J., 1951 
E. The Presbyterian Church, 

USA (PN IBC) 
Althouse, Miss Sue, 1955 
Barker, Rev. and Mrs. Robert 

S., 1947 

Brown, Miss Mildred, 1952 
Carrick, Rev. and Mrs. M. 

R., 1950 
Chapman, Rev. and Mrs. E. 

N, 1916 
Clark, Rev. and Mrs. Ed. M., 

1920 
Daub, Rev. and Mrs. Edward, 

1951 
Davis, Rev. and Mrs. Rendell 

A., 1951 
Deter, Miss Virginia, 1950 



Driskill, Rev. and Mrs. 

Lawrence, 1951 
Drummond, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard, 1949 
Firebaugh, Miss Martha E., 

1951 

Foreman, Mr. Burton, 1951 
Franklin, Rev. and Mrs. Sam 

H., Jr., 1929 
Grier, Rev. and Mrs. Louis 

N., 1948 
Grubbs, Rev. Thomas W., 

1948 

Grube, Miss Alice, 1932 
Havlick, Miss Dorothy, 1951 
| Hereford, Miss Nannie, 1932 
Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. Glen, 

1950 
Johnson, Miss Harriet Ann 

1951 
Jones, Rev. and Mrs. Henry, 

1953 
Kamitsuka, Rev. and Mrs. 

Arthur, 1949 
Koehler, Rev. and Mrs. 

Norman, 1954 

Lawson, Miss Dorothy, 1949 
Lloyd, Rev. Gwilym G., 1950 



112 



DIRECTORIES 



MacConald, Miss Alice, 1951 
Mackenzie, Miss Virginia, 

1919 
Norton, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard B., 1951 
Oltman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 

V., 1931 

Rider, Miss Shirley, 1950 
Schmidt, Miss Dorothy, 1937 
Taylor, Miss Dorothy, 1950 
Thurber, Rev. and Mrs. L. 

Newton, 1948 
Troyer, Dr. and Mrs. Maurice 

E., 1991 
Urquhart, Miss Betty A., 

1952 
Weiss, Rev. and Mrs. Wm. 

G., 1953 

Wells, Miss Lillian, 1900 
Winn, Mrs. Merle, 1916 
Winn, Rev. and Mrs. Paul, 

1939 
Worth, Dr. and Mrs. Donald, 

1954 

F. Reformed Church in 

America (RCA IBC) 
Bogard, Miss F. Belle, 1936 



Brink, Miss Suzanne, 1950 
Bruggers, Rev. and Mrs. 

Glenn, 1952 
DeMaagd, Rev. and Mrs. 

John, 1928 
Flaherty, Mr. and Mrs. 

Theodore E., 1949, 1953 
Harmelink, Miss Fenita, 1953 
Hesselink, Rev. and Mrs. I. 

John, 1953 
Kleinjans, Mr. and Mrs. 

Everett, 1951 
Korver, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald, 

1948 
Moore, Rev. and Mrs. Boude 

C., 1924 

Norden, Rev. and Mrs. Rus 
sell, 1953 

Siter, Miss Verlaine R., 1953 
Tanis, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 

H., 1953 
Van Wyk, Rev. and Mrs. 

Gordon J., 1953 
Walvoord, Miss Florence, 

1922 

Zander, Miss Helen R., 1928 
G. United Church of Canada 

(UCC IBC) 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



113 



Armstrong, Miss Margaret, 

1903 
Avison, Miss Margaret L., 

1953 
Campbell, Miss Margaret H., 

1953 
Carey, Rev. and Mrs. E. F., 

1947 
Chappell, Miss Constance, 

1912 

Chappell, Miss Mary, 1912 
Clugston, Rev. and Mrs. 

Donald A., 1949 
Cook, Miss Dulcie, 1930 
Cosens, Miss E. Marguerite, 

1955 

Darby, Miss Laura W., 1952 
Douglas, Miss Leona, 1930 
Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, 

1951 
Greenbank, Miss Katherine, 

1920 

Haig, Miss Mary, 1922 
Hamilton, Miss Gertrude, 

1917 

Horning, Miss Enid Mae, 1954 
Howlett, Rev. and Mrs. Floyd 

G., 1951 



Jaeckel, Rev. and Mrs. 

Theodor, 1940 
Keighley, Rev. and Mrs. 

Leonard, 1952 
Leith, Miss Isobel, 1933 
MacDonald, Miss Jean, 1950 
MacLeod, Rev. and Mrs. Ian, 

1950 
Matthewson, Miss Mildred 

E., 1936 
McCrimmon, Miss Mary F., 

1952 
McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. 

Arthur, 1920 

McLachlan, Miss May, 1924 
Moase, Miss Helen C., 1953 
Muir, Rev. and Mrs. Francis, 

1953 
\ Norman, Rev. and Mrs. 

Howard, 1932 
Orth, Rev. Donald B., 1952 
Outerbridge, Rev. and Mrs. 

Howard W., 1910 
Peters, Miss C. Jean, 1953 
Ridley, Rev. and Mrs. Robert, 

1955 
Robertson, Rev. and Mrs. S. 

D., 1954 



114 



DIRECTORIES 



Rorke, Miss M. Luella, 1919 
Saunders, Miss Violet, 1931 
Scruton, Miss M. Fern, 1925 
Suttie, Miss E. Gwen, 1928 
Thomas, Miss Wilna, 1949 
Trueman, Miss Margaret, 

1951 
Tunbridge, Miss Marjorie, 

1950 
Warkentyne, Mr. Henry J.. 

1952 

Yeadon, Miss Marjorie, 1953 
H. United Christian Mis 
sionary Society (Disciples) 

(UCMS IBC) 

Edgerton, Miss Daisy, 1949 
Hendricks, Rev. and Mrs. K. 

C., 1921 
Huff, Rev. and Mrs. Howard, 

1951 

Hughes, Miss Hazel, 1953 
Kamikawa, Rev. and Mrs. 

Aigi, 1949 
Palmer, Rev. and Mrs. Ralph, 

1952 
Rossman, Rev. and Mrs. 

Vern, 1952 
Shorrock, Rev. and Mrs. 



Hallam C., 1947 
Starn, Miss Pauline, 1954 
Troxel, Rev. and Mrs. Del- 

bert V., 1953 
Warner, Rev. and Mrs. Austin, 

1951 
Williams, Mrs. Diora Spear, 

1952 

Independent Board for Pre 
sbyterian Foreign Missions 

(IBPFM) 
Foxwell, Rev. and Mrs. 

Philip R., 1948 
Johnson, Miss Mary, 1952 
Krauss, Miss Anne P., 1949 
Ribi, Mrs. H. Kurt, 1948 
Soltau, Rev. and Mrs. Ad- 

dison, 1953 
Wigglesworth, Miss Anne E., 

1949 
Young, Rev. and Mrs. John 

M. L, 1948 

International Child Evan 
gelism Fellowship (ICEF) 

Attaway, Mr. and Mrs. Ken 
neth, 1952 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



115 



Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, 

1952 
Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 

E., 1950 

Pixler, Miss Mildred, 1953 
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. L. 

Wayne, 1950 

International Church of the 
Foursquare Gospel (ICFG) 

Barrett, Rev. and Mrs. Clif 
ford, 1953 

Francey, Mr. and Mrs. Jack, 
1955, 1952 

Lucht, Rev. and Mrs. Carl, 
1951 

International Gospel League, 

Japan Mission (IGL) 
Croyle, Miss Winifred B., 1950 
Kiel, Dr. Janet R., 1950 

Independent (IND) 
Airgood, Miss Grace, 1954 
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 

G., 1953 
Beckon, Mr. & Mrs. Gifford, 

1955 

Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 
Browne, Mr. Montgomery, 



1950 

Brunschweiler, Mr. Walter 
Budd, Mr. and Mrs. Howard 
Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. Dale, 

1952 
Daniels, Misses Mable E., 

1928, and Ruth R., 1951 
Dexter, Mr. and Mrs. A. 
Doernen, Miss Waltraut 
Fugleberg, Gudrun 
Hardenberg, Miss Maria 
Harker, Mr. Rowland, 1939 
Harrigan, Mr. and Mrs. Carl 
Hayashi, Miss Helen 
Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, 

1954 
Hessel, Rev. and Mrs. R. A. 

Egon, 1931, 1925 
I Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald 

M. 

Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. 
Larson, Mr. Howard 
Locker, Rev. and Mrs. J. 
McAllister, Mr. J. 
McCracken, Miss Lillian, 1951 
McCune, Rev. and Mrs. H.C., 

1951 
Pietsch, Rev. and Mrs, 

Timothy, 1936 



116 



DIRECTORIES 



Riddles, Miss Kathleen 

Rhoads, Rev. and Mrs. John, 

1952 

Shelhorn, Mr. Rayrnond, 1953 
Speechley, Miss Dlaria 
Spinnett, Mr. and Mrs. Jake 
Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, 

1955 
Toyotome, Rev. and Mrs. 

Masumi, 1953 
Wine, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. R, J.. 

1931 
Wunstrof, Mr. P. G. 

Independent Baptist (IND 

BAPT) 
Bladder, Rev. and Mrs. Carl, 

1950 
Lowman, Miss Alice, 1952 

Independent Episcopal (IND 
EPIS) 

Munsterberg, Dr. and Mrs. 
Hugo 

Independent Society of 

Friends (IND SOF) 
Nicholson, Mr. Donald V., 



1950 

Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs 
Herbert V., 1951 



International Union of 
Gospel Missions, Inc., 
(IUGM) 

Moreton, Dr. and Mrs. Hugh, 
1951 



Japan Apostolic Mission 

(JAM) 
Bradburn, Mr. and Mrs. C., 

1955 

Coote, Dr. Leonard W., 1914 
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. C., 

1956 
Tish, Mr. and Mrs. L., 1955 

Japan Committee of German 

Missions (JCGM) 
Guenther, Rev. and 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 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



117 



Von Haugwitz, Sister Irm- ! Smith, Miss Alice Elsa, 1937 
trud, 1953 Smith, Miss Irene Webster, 



Von Reiswitz, Miss Ursula, 

1953 
Wolff, Sister Hanni, 1953 



1916 

Verwey, Mr. and Mrs. C. J., 
1951 



Wendorff, Rev. and Mrs. W., Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Milton, 
1955 1948 



Japan Evangelistic Band 

(JEB) 
Bee, Mr. and Mrs. William, 

1926 

Clarke, Miss Eunice G., 1950 
Dyson, Miss Mary, 1955 
Gosden, Rev. and Mrs. E.W., j 

1933 
Heywood, Mr. and Mrs. R.E., 

1950 
Kirkpatrick, Rev. and Mrs. 

L. V., 1953 

Lloyd, Miss Mary, 1929 
Luke, Rev. and Mrs. Percy 

T., 1932 
Marcks, Miss Margaret M., 

1951 

McCormick, Miss Jean, 1951 
McGrath, Miss Violet, 1928 
Saville, Miss Rose, 1925 



Japan Evangelical Mission 

(JEM) 

Anderson, Miss Mildred, 1951 
Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. E., 

1953 
Brisbin, Rev. and Mrs. J. E., 

1949 
Budd, Rev. and Mrs. John, 

1952 
Friesen, Rev. and Mrs. W., 

1953 

Harris, Miss Cora, 1949 
Ikenouye, Mr. Iwao, 1951 
Jacobsen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Morris, 1949 

Kennedy, Miss Helen, 1950 
McLean, Rev. and Mrs. Don- 

nel, 1953 
Parker, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph, 

1949 



118 



DIRECTORIES 



Satoda, Miss Chiyoko, 1950 
Spaulding, Rev. and Mrs. L. 

R., 1949 

Uchida, Miss Ikuye, 1952 
Uchida, Miss Sachiye, 1953 
Whisman, Miss Winnie, 1952 



Japan Gospel Fellowship 

(JGF) 
Ayabe, Rev. and Mrs. Henry 

K., 1955 

Black, Miss Alice, 1935 
Bower, Miss Esther S., 1937 
Bower, Miss Marian B., 1948 
Iwasa, Miss Katherine, 1951 
Kawashima, Miss Tamie, 

1951 

Motoyama, Miss Julia, 1947 
Oestreich, Rev. and Mrs. 

George, 1949 
Pfaff, Miss Anne, 1937 
Snelson, Miss Irene, 1949 
Zimmerman, Rev. and Mrs. 

Charles, 1951 

Japan Inland Mission (JIM) 

Attwater, Miss V., 1951 
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh, 
1949 



Japanese Orthodox Church 

(JOC) 

Ireney, The Most Rev. Bishop 
Shevchenko, Rev. David, 1953 

Japan Regular Baptist Mis 
sion (JRBM) 

Pickering, Rev. and Mrs. F. 
L., 1952 

Church of Lutheran Bre 
thren of America (LBA) 

Blikstad, Rev, and Mrs. Paul, 
1951 

Brustad, Rev. and Mrs. Otto, 
1950 

Eriksen, Miss Ruth, 1952 

Langager, Rev. and Mrs. 
David, 1952 

Larsen, Rev. and Mrs. Mor 
ris C., 1954 

Nortvedt, Rev. and Mrs. 
Thomas E., 1951 

Olson, Rev. and Mrs. James, 
1954 

Rood, Miss Frances, 1950 

Skovholt, Miss Dorothy, 1952 

Werdal, Rev. and Mrs. Mor- 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



119 



ris A., 1949 

Werdal, Rev. and Mrs. Philip 
E., 1950 

Latter Day Saints (LDS) 
Anderson, Elder C. Leroy 
Andrus, Sister Frances P. 
Andrus, President Paul C. 
Astin, Elder Delbert F. 
Atkinson, Elder Jerry L. 
Austin, Elder John 
Austin, Elder Richard 
Awa, Elder George 
Ball, Elder Alfred, Jr. 
Beaman, Elder Bruce 
Bennett, Elder Richard 
Bingham, Elder Darold 
Bodily, Elder David 
Bowen, Elder Paul G. 
Broadhead, Elder David 
Burnham, Elder Fraoncis 
Carr, Elder Gail 
Cook, Elder Marion H. 
Dahl, Elder Richard A. 
Detton, Elder Richard 
Endo, Sister Irene 
Enniss, Elder Noel H. 
Fletcher, Elder Robert 



Funk, Sister Helen June 
Funk, Elder Lewis J. 
Gambles, Elder Harry B. 
Godfrey, Elder Lyman R. 
Goodwin, Elder Robert 
Green, Elder Donald W. 
Hall, Elder Robert 
Haslam, Elder Larry 
Heise, Elder Donald 
Higgins, Elder John C. 
Hoki, Elder Mitsuo 
Hoover, Elder Mark 
Horikami, Elder Tamaru 
Herman, Elder Gerald D. 
Imai, Sister Tomiko 
Inokuchi, Elder Carl H. 
Ishida, Sister Chieko 
Jensen, Elder Douglas N. 
Johnson, Elder Archie 
Jones, Elder James J., Jr. 
Kagoshima, Sister Tami 
Kaneko, Sister Mihoko 
Katsuda, Sister Peggy 
Kochi, Sister Nancy S. 
Larsen, Elder Evan 
Ludberg, Elder Don C. 
Mackelprang, Elder Joseph 
Mackley, Elder James R, 



120 



DIRECTORIES 



Miller, Elder Don L. 
Miller, Elder H. Lewis 
Moffitt, Elder Howard 
Morgan, Elder Jack 
Oniki, Elder Ben 
Orme, Elder Larry 
Osborn, Elder Robert T. 
Pack, Elder David 
Pokini, Sister Laverla 
Robertson, Elder Robert 
Roper, Elder Gary 
Shimabukuro, Elder Sam 
Shumway, Elder Larry 
Shumway, Elder Norman 
Slade, Elder Harold D. 
Smith, Elder Dan 
Steggell, Elder Howard D. 
Telford, Elder Ralph 
Toyn, Elder Richard 
Turley, Elder Floyd K. 
Turner, Elder Newell 
Udall, Elder Joseph 
Wada, Sister Mihoko 
Welch, Elder John C. 
Welch, Elder Theodore 
Willis, Elder Kelland 
Wright, Elder Gary H. 
Wright, Elder Willis 



Yamada, Sister Ikuko 

Lutheran Evangelical As 
sociation of Finland 

(LEAF) 

Airo, Miss Jenni, 1907 
Karen, Rev. and Mrs. Art- 

turi, 1922 
Karikoski, Rev. and Mrs. 

Pentti, 1955 

Laitinen, Miss Martta, 1952 
Lipponen, Miss Sanna, 1948 
Micro, Miss Martta, 1952 
Niemi, Miss Tyyne, 1926 
Piirainen, Miss Kaisu, 1952 
Remahl, Miss Ragna, 1952 
Savolainen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Paavo. 1939 
Savolainen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Vihtori, 1907 
Soderbacka, Rev. and Mrs. 

Gottfried, 1952 
Valtonen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Tauno, 1952 

Lutheran Free Church of 

Norway (LFCN) 
Aske, Rev. and Mrs. Sigurd, 

1950 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



121 



Godoy, Rev. and Mrs. Rolf, 

1950 
Kivle, Rev. and Mrs. Per, | 

1950 

Liebenzeller Mission (LM) 
Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Gotthold 

1953, 1954 

Benzinger, Miss Esther, 1952 
Eitel, Dr. and Mrs. K. F, 1951 
Ettling, Mr. and Mrs. A. G., 

1953 

Kunz, Mr. Arthur, 1952 
Luginsland, Miss Helene, 1951 
Meyer, Mr. Hans, 1954 
Roesti, Miss Magdalene, 1953 
Vatter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernst, 

1952, 1953 
Weiss, Miss Marianne, 1955 



Meimonite Board of Mis 
sions and Charities (M) 

Bean, Miss Ruth, 1952 

Beck, Rev. and Mrs. Carl C., 
1949 

Blosser, Rev. and Mrs. 
Eugene, 1954 

Buckwalter, Rev. and Mrs. 
Ralph E., 1949 



Kanagy, Rev. and Mrs. Lee 

H., 1951 

Lichty, Miss Maria, 1955 
McCammon, Rev. and Mrs. 

Don M., 1953 
Reber, Rev. and Mrs. Don 

D., 1952 

Ressler, Miss Rhoda, 1953 
Ressler, Miss Ruth, 1953 
Richard, Rev. and Mrs. Joe, 

1954 

Mennonite Brethren Mission 

(MB) 
Balzer, Rev. and Mrs. David, 

1954 
Bartel, Rev. and Mrs. 

Jonathan, 1952 
Friesen, Rev. and Mrs. Harry, 

1951 

Gunther, Miss Rubena, 1950 
Krause, Rev. and Mrs. Sam 

H., 1953 
Wiens, Rev. and Mrs. Roland, 

1951 
Wiens, Miss Ruth, 1950 



Mennonite Central Com 
mittee (MCC) 



122 



DIRECTORIES 



Gingerich, Dr. and Mrs. 

Melvin, 1955 
Wingert, Rev. and Mrs. 

Norman A., 1953 



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 Cellia A., 1949 
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. and Mrs. H. 

J., 1949 

Miller, Miss Jessie M., 1934 
Mutch, Rev, and Mrs. Bruce, 



1955 

Powell, Miss Lilian, 1934 
Powles, Rev. and Mrs. C. H., 

1949 
Powles, Rt. Rev. and Mrs. P. 

S. C., 1916 
Purser, Miss Constance M., 

1951 
Robinson, Miss Hilda M., 

1912 
Savary, Rev. and Mrs. R. N., 

1937 

Sheppard, Miss Alison, 1952 
Smith, Rev. Norman, 1951 
Start, Dr. and Mrs. R. K., 

1930 

Lutheran Church Missouri 

Synod (MSL) 
Auw, Rev. and Mrs. Hugh 

C., Jr., 1951 
Bergt, Rev. and Mrs. Elmer 

J., 1951 
Carow, Rev. and Mrs. Albert, 

1953 
Danker, Rev. and Mrs. W. J., 

1948 
Davis, Rev, and Mrs. Lin- 



"MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



Wood, 1954 George, 1949 

Fromm, Rev. and Mrs. Strege, Rev. and Mrs. Paul, 

Elwood P., 1953 1949 

Clock, Rev. and Mrs. Delmar Tewes, Mr. and Mrs. E. H., 



J., 1951 
Heerboth, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 

M., 1949 
Hintz, Rev. and Mrs. Richard, 

1953 
Jastram, Rev. and Mrs. 

Robert, 1953 
Koepke, Rev. and Mrs. Frank, 

1955 
Kreyling, Rev. and Mrs. Paul, 

1949 
Meyer, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard, 1949 
Pallmyer, Rev. and Mrs. Paul, 

1951 
Patschke, Rev. and Mrs, 

Arbie, 1955 
Phipps, Rev. and Mrs. Ralph, 

1954 
Poetter, Rev. and Mrs. 

Richard, 1950 
Popp, Rev. and Mrs. Milton, 

1951 
Shibata, Rev. and Mrs. 



1951 
Theiss, Dr. and Mrs. Otto 

H., 1952 
Zschiegner, Rev. and Mrs. 

Max, 1950 
Zwintscher, Rev. and Mrs. 

Victor, 1949 



North American Baptist 

General Mission (NAB) 
Auch, Rev. and Mrs. Cle- 

mence, 1954 
Kern, Rev. and Mrs. Edwin, 

1955 

Miller, Miss Florence, 1951 
Sukut, Rev. and Mrs. Walter, 

1953 



Norwegian 



Evangelical 



Orient Mission (NEOM) 

Andaas, Mr. and Mrs. Arn- 

finn, 1951 

Brustad, Miss Aslaug, 1951 
Engebretsen, Miss Gudrun, 

1952 



DIRECTORIES 



Gaardlos, Miss Ruth, 1951 
Gornitzka, Mr. Robert, 1954 
Horgen, Miss Borghild, 1954 
Ingwardo, Mr. Haakon, 1951 
Jonannsen, Miss Inger-Marie, 
1951 

Knutsen, Miss Astri, 1954 
Knutsen, Rev. Edvin, 1954 
Kongstein, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frank, 1951 

Kvarme, Miss Asta M., 1951 
Svendsen, Miss Anna, 1951 
Torjesen, Mrs. Walborg 



Norwegian Lutheran Mission 

(NLM) 
Boe, Rev. and Mrs. Kaare, 

1949 

Drivstuen, Miss Dagny, 1949 
Eikli, Rev. and Mrs. Gabriel, 

1949 

Finnseth. Rev. Per, 1952 
Foss, Miss Marit, 1951 
Gamlen, Miss Anna, 1949 
Grasmo, Rev. and Mrs. Erik, 

1950 
Gronning. Rev. and Mrs. 

Arne, 1951 



Hoaas, Rev. and Mrs, Anders, 

1950 

Jaabeck, Miss Petra, 1949 
Jossang, Rev, and Mrs, Lars, 

1950 
Lundeby, Rev, and Mrs, Arne, 

1951 

Nordstrand, Miss Edel, 1952 
Robertstad, Miss Ruth, 1950 
Scheie, Miss Anna, 1949 
Sorhus, Rev. and Mrs. 

Magnus, 1954 



Norwegian Mission Alliance 

(NMA) 

Hannestad, Mrs, Bertha, 1950 
Melaaen, Mr. and Mrs. Erl- 

ing, 1950 

Norland, Mr. and Mrs. Bern- 
hard, 1953 

Odden, Miss Guri, 1950 
Vereide, Mr. and Mrs. Abra 
ham, 1950 

Vereide, Miss Aslaug, 1954 
Winsnes, Mr. and Mrs. 
Samuel, 1952 

Norwegian Missionary 

Society (NMS) 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



125 



Alve. Rev. and Mrs. Bjorn, 

1950 

Backer, Miss Ingrid, 1952 
Holthe, Miss Ragna, 1953 
Ingebretsen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Ernst, 1953 
Kjollesdal, Rev. and Mrs. 

Steinar, 1950 
Nordbo, Rev. and Mrs. An- 

und, 1953 
Salomonsen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Leif, 1950 
Sandvik, Rev. and Mrs. 

Trygve, 1952 
Tjelle, Rev. and Mrs. Lars, 

1952 

New Tribes Mission (NTM) 
Broman, Rev. and Mrs. 

David, 1950 

Broman, Rev. Paul, 1950 
Broman, Mr. Philip, 1954 
Beckman, Mr. and Mrs. 

David, 1955 

Caley, Miss Rhelinda, 1953 
Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Coy, 

1951 
Crowder, Miss Rebekah, 1954 



Fanger, Rev. and Mrs. Clif 
ford, 1949 

Fanger, Mr. Richard, 1951 
Goto, Mr. John, 1950 
Hasting, Miss Sarah Ann, 

1954 
Jackson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Harold, 1955 

Jackson, Mr. William, 1954 
Kenney, Miss Pearl, 1953 
Koop, Miss Mary, 1954 
Leiyn, Miss Jennie, 1950 
Leonard, Rev. and Mrs. 

Clifford, 1954 
Low, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 

1952 

Martin, Rev. and Mrs. Ed 
ward H., 1950 
McPhail, Mr. and Mrs. John 

L., 1950 

Meyer, Miss Hildegard, 1950 
Murch, Miss Barbara, 1951 
Phibbs, Rev. and Mrs. Don, 

1952 
Spoor, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, 

1951 

Stanley, Miss Ethel, 1950 
Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Law- 



126 



DIRECTORIES 



rence, 1950 

Tomono, Mr. Teruo, 1950 
Townsend, Mr. Louis, 1951 
Wood, Miss Joan, 1951 
Yakel, Miss Ella, 1951 

Omi Brotherhood (OB) 
Hitotsuyanagi, Dr. Merrell 

Vories, 1905 
Murata, Mr. Koichiro 



Open Bible Standard 
Churches, Inc. (OBSC) 

Collins, Rev. and Mrs. Jacob 
F., 1950 

Rounds, Rev. and Mrs. Phi- 
lard L., 1950 

Overseas Missionary Fellow 
ship (OMF) 
Abrahams, Mr. and 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. and Mrs. H. E,. 

1951 

Fredlund, Miss M. M., 1952 
Friesen, Miss A., 1954 
Friesen, Mr. Abe, 1955 
Glass, Miss E. M., 1951 
Hall, Miss L. L., 1952 
Hallgren, Mr. and Mrs. B. R., 

1953 

Hayman, Mr. D. E., 1952 
Highwood, Mr. D., 1955 
Hogben, Dr. M. M., 1952 
Johnston, Rev. and Mrs. V. 

W., 1955 

Kelly, Miss D. L, 1955 
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. A. 

R., 1952- 

Kluttz, Mr. R., 1954 
Little, Mr. and Mrs. L. N, 

1953 

Lowen, Miss I., 1955 
Maass, Miss M. A., 1951 
Melcalf, Mr. S. A., 1952 
Miller, Miss M. E., 1954 
Milner, Miss M., 1953 
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. D., 1952 
Ormiston, Dr. R. L, 1952 
Pape, Rev. and Mrs. W. H., 



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127 



1952 
Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. A. j 

T. F., 1952 

Robinson, Miss E., 1955 
Searle, Mr. and Mrs. W. G., 

1951 

Singleton, Miss E. M., 1951 
Slining, Miss J., 1955 
Street, Mr. and Mrs. L. A., 

1952 

Thomson, Mr. L. H., 1955 
Weller, Miss M. E., 1952 
White, Miss E. R., 1951 
Wilson, Miss J. S., 1955 
Wimer, Miss E., 1951 
Young, Miss R. C., 1952 

Oriental Missionary Society 

(QMS) 

Adams, Dr. and Mrs. Roy P., 
1916, 1954 

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Francis, 
1951 

Dupree, Mr. and Mrs. Char 
les, 1953, 1956 

Herbert, Mr. Leslie, 1955 

Ike, Rev. and Mrs. Lester, 
1954 



Jones, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph, 
1954 

Maclain, Mr. and Mrs. Jack, 
1956 

Nealis, Mr. Grant, 1955 

Shelton, Rev. and Mrs. Ar 
thur, 1953 

Widermuth, Rev. and Mrs. 
Wesley, 1952 



The Orthodox Presbyterian 

Church (OPC) 
Mcllwaine, Rev. and Mrs. R. 

H., 1934, 1935 
Uomoto, Rev. and Mrs. 

George Y., 1951 



Pentecostal Assemblies of 

Canada (PAC) 
Clements, Rev. and Mrs. Don, 

1951 
Gingrich, Rev. and Mrs. V. 

L, 1954 
Kauffman, Rev. and Mrs. D., 

1951 

Kroeker, Miss Ann, 1950 
Latta, Miss Jean, 1950 

Presbyterian Church in 



DIRECTORIES 



Canada (Canadian Presby 
terian Mission to the 
Koreans in Japan.) (PCC) 
Powell, Rev. Donald H, 1952 
Powell, Dr. (M. D.) Marion 

G., 1952 

Talmage, Rev. and Mrs. John 
E., 1953 

Philadelphia Church (PCM) 
Arnesen, Rev. Jacob, 1954 
Borge, Rev. Peter, 1953 
Hestekind, Rev. Harold N., 
1948 

Protestant Episcopal Church | 

(PEC) 

Birdsall, John B., 1955 
Bitsberger, Rev. Donald E., 

1954 

Branstad, Mr. Karl E., 1947 
Budd, Mr. Henry F., 1949 
Coleman, Rev. Robert H., 1951 
Craighill, Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd j 

R., Jr., 1952 

Draper, Rev. William F., 1953 
Eddy, Rev. and Mrs. William 

D., 1950 
Falck, Miss Elizabeth, 1951 



Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl, 

1953 
Gardiner, Miss Ernestine W., 

1947 

Hansen, Rev. Harry W., 1953 
Heim, Rev. Kenneth E., 1953 
Kaasa, Mr. Thomas H., 1951 
Lehman, Mr. Gene, 1954 
Lloyd, Rev. and Mrs. John J., 

1947 

McKim, Miss Nellie, 1947 
Merritt, Rev. Richard A., 1949 
Morley, Rev. Christopher, Jr., 

1951 

Nishi, Rev. Shunji F., 1951 
Oglesby, Mrs. Angela M., 1949 
Parsons, Rev. and Mrs. Wil 
liam B., Jr., 1951 
Perry, Mr. Charles E., 1951 
Rhodes, Rev. Errol F. W., 1951 
Richards, Rev. Ernest D., 1947 
Sano, Miss Alice Y., 1954 
Smith, Rev. and Mrs. Robert 

M., 1951 

Spencer, Miss Gladys G., 1947 
Stout, Miss Dorothy J., 1950 
Sumners, Miss Gertrude, 1953 
Tucker, Rev. Beverley D., 1953 



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129 



Weitzel, Rev. William, 1954 
White, Miss Sarah G., 1948 
Williamson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Wayne B., 1954 
Wood, Mr. Edwin, 1953 
Whybray, Rev. Roger, 1951 

Pacific Orient Broadcasting 

Co. (POBC) 
Ando, Rev. Kiichi 
Hatori, Rev. Akira 
Holritz, Bernard, 1950 

TEAM 
Seely, Rev. Arthur Jr., 1950 

TEAM 
Shaw, Bernard N., 1950 

FEGC 

Board of World Missions, 
Presbyterian Church in 

the U. S. (PS) 
Archibald, Miss Margaret, i 

1928 
Baldwin, Rev. and Mrs. j 

Walter P., 1950 
Barksdale, Rev. and Mrs. ! 

John O., 1951 
Blake, Miss Mary Elizabeth, 

1952 



Borchert, Rev. and Mrs. 

Harold, 1952 
Boyle, Rev. and Mrs. W. P., 

1949 
Brady, Mr. and Mrs. John 

H., 1950, 1949 
Bridgman, Mr. and Mrs. John 

F., 1954 
Brown, Dr. (M. D.) and Mrs. 

Frank A. Jr., 1949 
Buchanan, Miss Elizabeth O., 

1914 

Buckland, Miss Ruth, 1924 
Bush, Dr. (M. D.) and Mrs. 

Ovid B., 1953 
Cain, Rev. and Mrs. Benson, 

1953, 1950 
Cogswell, Rev. and Mrs. 

James A., 1949 
Connell, Miss Juanita, 1952 
Currell, Miss Susan McD., 

1921 

Dick, Miss Cornelia, 1955 
Fultz, Miss Catherine, 1951 
Godert, Miss Agnes, 1955 
Haraughty, Miss Mary, 1950 
Heizer, Miss Jo Anne, 1952 
Lamb, Miss June, 1955 



DIRECTORIES 



Lancaster, Rev. and Mrs. 

Lewis H. Jr., 1952 
Magruder, Rev. and Mrs. 

James T., 1952, 1953 
McAlpine, Rev. and Mrs. 

James A., 1953 
McCall, Rev. and Mrs. Don, 

1952, 1949 
Mcllwaine, Dr. (D. D.) and 

Mrs. W. A., 1919, 1939 
McLauchlin, Dr. (D. D.) and 

Mrs. Wilfred C., 1949 
McNeil, Miss Elizabeth, 1950 
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Guy 

S., 1953 

Mitchell, Rev. Irvine G., 1949 
Moore, Rev. and Mrs. Lard- 

ner C., 1954 
Moore, Rev. and Mrs. Lard- 

ner W., 1924 
Peterson, Rev. and Mrs. Lyle 

W., 1949 

Ryburn, Miss Jean, 1953 
Smythe, Mrs. L. C. M., 1916 
Stewart, Miss Betty, 1953 
Swenson, Miss Nell, 1954 



B. Jr., 1950 



Presbyterian Church, U. S., 
Korean Mission 

Talmage, Rev. and Mrs. John 
E., 1953 



Taylor, Rev. and Mrs. Arch Phillips, Snr.-Major Dorothy 



Pocket Testament League, 

Inc. (PTL) 
Befus, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 

Reformed Presbyterian 

Church in N. A. (RPM) 
Boyle, Rev. and Mrs. Samuel 

E., 1950 
Chao, Rev. and Mrs. Charles 

H., 1951 

Paris, Miss Eleanor, 1955 
Hansen, Rev. and Mrs. David 

D., 1954 

Lynn, Miss Orlena M., 1951 
Spear, Rev. and Mrs. Gene 

W., 1955 

Salvation Army (SA) 

Harewood, Captain Elwyn 

G., 1953 
Long, Brigadier and Mrs. 

Arthur G., 1951 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



131 



D., 1949 



Swiss Alliance-Japan-Mis- 

sion (SAJM) 
Schar, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, 

1953 

Pfeifer, Mr. Samuel, 1955 
Reichmann, Miss Luise, 1955 



Southern Baptist Conven 
tion, Foreign Mission 
Board (SBC) 

Askew, Rev. and Mrs. Curtis 
D., 1949 

Barlow, Miss Hannah, 1951 

Bradshaw, Rev. and Mrs. 
Melvin J., 1950 

Calcote, Rev. and Mrs. Ralph 
V., 1951 

Callaway, Rev. and Mrs. 
Tucker R, 1950 

Campbell, Miss Vera, 1950 

Clark, Dr. and Mrs. C. F., 
1953 

Clarke, Rev. and Mrs. Cole- 
man D., 1945 

Connely, Dr. and Mrs. Frank 
H., 1952 

Copeland, Dr. and Mr. Lu 



ther, 1948 
Culpepper, Dr. and Mrs. R. 

H., 1950 
Dozier, Mrs. C. K. (emeritus) , 

1906 
Dozier, Rev. and Mrs. Edwin 

B., 1933 
Emanuel, Rev. and Mrs. B. 

P., 1950 

Fielder, Rev. and Mrs. Ge 
rald, 1954 

Fontnote, Dr. Audrey, 1952 
Garrott, Dr. and Mrs. W. M., 

1934 
Gillespie, Rev. and Mrs. A. 

L., 1946 

Glass, Miss Lois, 1950 
Grant, Rev. and Mrs. Worth 

C., 1950 

Graves, Miss Alma, 1936 
Gujlatt, Rev. and Mrs. Tom 

D., 1950 

Hagood, Dr. Martha, 1953 
Halvarson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Carl M., 1952 
Hays, Dr. and Mrs. George 

H., 1948 
Highfill, Miss Virginia, 1950 



132 



DIRECTORIES 



Hollaway, Rev. and Mrs. 

Ernest Lee, 1949 
Hoover, Miss Annie, 1949 
Horton, Miss Frances, 1952 
Horton, Rev. and Mrs. Fred 

M., 1950 
Hoshizaki, Rev. and Mrs. 

Reiji, 1949 
Howard, Rev. and Mrs. S. 

P. Jr., 1949 

Hudson, Miss Lenora, 1949 
Jackson, Rev. and 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. and Mrs. 

Virgil O., 1952 
Medling, Rev. and Mrs. W. 

R., 1946 
Mercer, Rev. and Mrs. Dewey, 

1955 

Miller, Miss Floryne, 1939 
Moorhead, Rev. and Mrs. M. 

F., 1946 



Morgan, Miss Mary Neal, 

1950 
Nelson, Rev. and Mrs. Loyce 

N., 1950 
Oliver, Rev. and Mrs. Ed L., 

1950 
Parker, Rev. and Mrs. Calvin, 

1951 
Satterwhite, Dr. and Mrs. J. 

P., 1952 
Shepard, Rev. and Mrs. John 

W., 1948 
Sherer, Rev. and Mrs. R. C., 

1948 

Shiver, Miss Mavis, 1953 
Smith, Miss Lucy E., 1951 
Spencer, Rev. and Mrs. A. 

E., 1952 

Stokes, Miss Lucy Belle, 1949 
Talley, Miss Frances, 1946 
Todd, Miss Pearl, 1950 
Walker, Rev. and Mrs. W. 

L., 1949 

Watkins, Miss Elizabeth, 1929 
Watson, Rev. and Mrs. Les 
lie, 1950 

Whaley, Rev. and Mrs. Char 
les, 1949, 1950 



MISSION APIES BY MISSIONS 



133 



Wood, Rev. and Mrs. James 
E., 1948 

Wright, Rev. and Mrs. Mor 
ris J., 1950 

General Conference of 
Seventh Day Adventists 

(SDA) 

Aaby, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden 
L., 1953 

Bird, Mr. and Mrs. M. C., 
1954 

Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. G. O., 
1954 

Blincoe, Rev. and Mrs. 
Thomas H., 1953 

Clark, Rev. and Mrs. W. T., 
1950 

Eldridge, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 
H., 1937 

Garner, Miss Verna Mae 

Hamilin, Rev. and Mrs. Eu 
gene A., 1954 

Milliard, Rev. and Mrs. War 
ren I. 

Irvine, Miss Bessie E., 1952 

Jensen, Rev. and Mrs. E. E., 
1948 



Ludden, Mr. and Mrs. Hart 
ley B., 1948 

Millard, Rev. and Mrs. Fran 
cis R., 1929 

Moore, Rev. and Mrs. Ray 
mond S., 1951 

Munroe, Miss Ruth M., 1952 

Nelson, Rev. and Mrs. An 
drew N., 1918 

Nelson, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 
W., 1950 

Nelson, Dr. and Mrs. Richard 
A., 1955 

Sager, Rev. and Mrs. Jack., 
1950 

Syphers, Dr. and Mrs. C. 
Irwin, 1949 

Van Dolson, Rev. and Mrs. 
Leo R., 1951 

Watts, Rev. and Mrs. C. B., 
1955 

Webber, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred 
B., 1951 

Woods, Dr. and Mrs. Neal 
C. Jr., 1952 

Swiss East Asia Mission 

(SEAM) 



134 



DIRECTORIES 



Kohler, Rev. and Mrs. Wer 
ner, 1954 

Schwersenz, Dr. and Mrs. 
Gerhard, 1949 

Swedish Missions in Japan 

(SMJ) 

A. Mission Covenant 
Church of Sweden (MCCS 
-SMJ) 

Akerberg, Rev. and Mrs. 

Hennig, 1949 
Arvefjord, Rev. and Mrs. S., 

1952 
Bringerud, Rev. and Mrs. G., 

1951 
Kristiansson, Rev. and Mrs. 

G., 1952 

Nyren, Miss M., 1949 
Rojas, Rev. and Mrs. J., 1949 
Skold, Dr. and Mrs. Sam, 

1950 
Tubbin, Rev. and Mrs. R., 

1951 

Wandel, Miss D., 1951 
Wennborg, Mrs. Ingeborg, 

1951 

B, Orebj-o Missionary 



Society of Sweden 

(OMSS SMJ) 

Eriksson, Miss Linnea, 1951 
Hoffner, Rev. and Mrs. Karl, 

1952 
Jansson, Rev. and Mrs. Helge, 

1949 

Klemensson, Miss G., 1954 
Pettersson, Miss Anna, 1953 
Sandberg, Rev. and Mrs. 

Erik, 1951 

Skoog, Miss Maj-Britt, 1954 
Sundberg, Rev. and Mrs. 

Fred A., 1952 
Thoern, Miss Inez, 1951 
C. The Swedish Alliance 

Mission in Japan (SAMJ 

-SMJ) 

Anderson, Miss Thalt, 1951 
Frandell, Rev. and Mrs. 

Karl, 1950 
Linden, Rev. and Mrs. Arne, 

1950 
Loenander, Rev. and Mrs. 

Aake, 1951 
Malmvall, Rev. and Mrs. 

Philip, 1951 
Simeonsson, Rev. and Mrs, 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



135 



Josef, 1950 

Svensson, Miss Ester, 1950 
Vist, Miss Ingrid, 1953 
Wiberg, Rev. and Mrs. Erik, 

1951 

D. Swedish Baptist Mission 
(SBM SMJ) 

Jansson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Martin, 1952 
Rinell, Rev. and Mrs. Egron, 

1950 
Rinell, Rev. and Mrs. Oscar, 

1955 

E. Swedish Evangelical 
Mission in Japan (SEMJ 
-SMJ) 

Almefors, Rev. and Mrs. 

Eric, 1951 
Bohlin, Rev. and Mrs. A. 

Edvin, 1951 
Eriksson, Rev. and Mrs. E. 

Paul, 1951 

Hellberg, Miss Gullbritt, 1952 
Jonsson, Miss Sigrid, 1953 
Persson, Rev. and Mrs. Folke, 

1951 

Stark, Miss Kerstin, 1955 
Thorsell, Miss Anna-Lisa, 



1951 

F. Swedish Evangelical 
Orient Mission (SEOM 
SMJ) 

Aspberg, Mrs. Ingrid, 1950 
Cederholm, Miss Margit, 1950 
Engver, Miss Maria, 1951 
Ershammar, Rev. and Mrs. 

Selfrid, 1950 
Goes, Rev. and Mrs. Gosta, 

1954 
Haglund, Rev. and Mrs. Ake, 

1950 

Karlsson, Miss Gunborg, 1955 
Lyreskog, Rev. and Mrs. 

Thore, 1953 

Nilsson, Miss Ella, 1950 
Soderberg, Miss Ida, 1951 

G. Swedish Free Mission 
of the Pentecostal Church 
es of Sweden (SFM 
SMJ) 

Andersson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Evert, 1951 

Axelsson, Miss Alva, 1951 
Axelsson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Goesta, 1951 
Bergeld, Miss Sofia, 1953 



136 



Chrisander, Miss Margareta, 

1953 

Eriksson, Miss Astrid, 1953 
Genberg, Miss Frida, 1951 
Joerneman, Miss Brita, 1951 
Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. John 

H., 1950 
Lind. Rev. and Mrs. Ingemar, 

1952 
Nelson, Rev. and Mrs. Alfred, 

1953 

Olofsson, Miss Birgit, 1953 
Olofsson, Miss Eva, 1950 
Wilhelmsson, Miss Thyra, 

1955 

H. Swedish Holiness Mis 
sion (SHM SMJ) 
Andersson, Miss Martha, 1952 
Brynte, Rev. and Mrs. Thor- 

sten, 1951 
Hjaertstroem, Rev. and Mrs. 

Arnold, 1954 
Jansson, Rev. and Mrs. Lars, 

1951 

Svensson, Rev. Birger, 1955 
I. Independent (IND SMJ) 
Silfwerbrand, Rev. Carl G. 



DIRECTORIES 

O., 1950 



Society for the Propagation 
of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts (SPG) 

Brown, Miss D. E. L., 1955 
Chandler, Miss M. F., 1953 
Christopher, Rev. and Mrs. 

R. C., 1950 

Grosjean, Miss V. C., 1948 
Hailstone, Miss M. E., 1920 
Lea, Miss L. E., 1927 
Shepherd, Miss K. M., 1910 
Trott, Miss D. E., 1910 
Whybray, Rev. R. N., 1951 
Wilkinson, Miss M., 1952 
Woolley, Miss A. K., 1915 
Wyatt, Miss C. E. M., 1952 

Society of St. John the 

Evangelist (SSJE) 
Dale, Rev. Oliver B., 1940 
Viall, Rt. Rev. K. A., 1935 

Suomi Synod of America 

(SSM) 

Aho, Miss lima Ruth, 1953 
Elson, Mrs. Wilho, 1950 
Lund, Rev. Norman, 1951 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



137 



Makkonen, Miss Sarah, 1950 
Vehanen, Rev. and Mrs. Eino 

The Evangelical Alliance 
Mission (TEAM) 

Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Warren, 
1949 

Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Willis, 
1950 

Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip, 
1953 

Archer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam, 
1952 

Bears, Miss Kathleen, 1949 

Beasley, Rev. and Mrs. James, 
1951 

Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Del- 
mar, 1947 

Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. 
Dwight, 1950 

Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Ho 
ward, 1952 

Brannen, Mr. and Mrs. The 
odore, 1954 

Browning, Mr. and Mrs. 
Neal, 1954 

Buss, Rev. and Mrs- Bern- 



hard, 1948 

Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Ches 
ter, 1949 

Carrico, Mr. and Mrs. Willis, 
1950 

Chamberlain, Miss Phyllis, 

1950 

Christmas, Mrs. Doris, 1949 
Clark, Miss Thelma, 1950 
Courtney, Mrs. Richard, 1952 
Cox, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph, 

1953, 1952 
Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel, 

1952 

Dales, Miss Laura, 1949 
Dean, Miss Barbara, 1950 
DeCamp, Miss Grace, 1947 
Degelman, Mr. and Mrs. O. 

R., 1947 

Degerman, Miss Bessie, 1954 
DeLong, Miss Lelah, 1949 
Duran, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 

R., 1955 
Eagle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, 

1950 
Euler, Rev. and Mrs. Frank, 

1951 
Fadel, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, 



138 



DIRECTORIES 



1951 

Finrow, Miss Patricia, 1951 
Fisch, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin, 

1951 

Forsberg, Miss Ruth, 1947 
Frens, Mr. and Mrs. James, 

1950 

Friesen, Mr. Jacob, 1955 
Gallegar, Miss Arlie, 1954 
Goertzen, Miss Delna, 1951 
Good, Dr. and Mrs. Harold, 

1949 
Goss, Mr. and Mrs. Donn, 

1949 
Harms, Mr. and Mrs. William, 

1950, 1951 

Hegge, Rev. and Mrs. Myron, 
1950 

Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Ken 
neth, 1951 

Hoke, Mr. and Mrs. Donald, 
1952 

Holritz, Mr. and Mrs. Ber 
nard, 1950 

Illingworth, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wai-lace, 1952 

James, Mr. and Mrs. William, 

1951, 1953 



Jarvis, Dr. and Mrs. Fred, 

1952 
Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy, 

1953 

Johnson, Miss Edith, 
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald, 

1949 
Joseph, Rev, and Mrs. Kenny, 

1951, 1954 
Junker, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin, 

1954 

Karlson, Miss Florence, 1950 
Klassen, Miss Bernice, 1952 
Kuehl, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert, 

1951 

Lant, Miss Mary Jo, 1947 
Larlee, Rev. and Mrs. Char 
les, 1950 
Laug, Rev. and Mrs. George, 

1948 
Lautz, Mr. and Mrs. William, 

1951 

Lindsay, Miss Mabel, 1954 
Lingle, Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur, 

1954 

Long, Miss Beatrice, 1951 
Loudermilk, Miss Betty, 1955 
Magnusson, Mr. Hans, 1950 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



139 



Martin, Mr. and Mrs. David, 
1951 

May, Mrs. Frances, 1952 

McAlpine, Mr. and Mrs. 
Donald, 1950 

McCall, Mr. and Mrs. Loren, 
1954 

McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. 
Chalmers, 1951 

McVety, Mr. and Mrs. Ken 
neth, 1949 

Messenger, Mrs. Blanche, 
1955 

Miller, Mr. Abram, 1952 

Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Keith, 
1952 

Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. 
Thomas, 1949 

Mueller, Rev. and Mrs. Ro 
bert, 1951 

Nader, Miss Esther, 1951 

Nelson, Miss Anna, 1954 

Nelson, Rev. and Mrs. Don., 
1951 

Netland, Mr. and Mrs. Anton, 
1952 

Norton, Mr. and Mrs. James, 
1952 



Notehelfer, Mr. and Mrs. J. 

Karl, 1950, 1934 
Petersen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Lyle, 1951 
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. George, 

1951 

Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Will 
iam, 1948 
Reece, Rev. and Mrs. Taylor, 

1952, 1954 

Reid, Mr. and Mrs. John, 1953 
Sapsford, Rev. and Mrs. 

Leslie, 1952, 1953 
Sarjeant, Rev. and Mrs. John, 

1951 
Schone, Mr. and Mrs. John, 

1950 
Schwab, Mr. and Mrs. John, 

1948 
Seely, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, 

1950 

Sevland, Miss Eva, 1937 
Shattuck, Miss Betty, 1949 
Shorey, Mr. and Mrs. William, 

1952 

Smith, Miss Genevieve, 1948 
Smith, Miss Ruth, 1949 
Springer, Mr. and Mrs 



140 



DIRECTORIES 



Victor, 1949 

Stellwagon, Rev. Russell, 
1951 

Stermer, Miss Dorothy, 1951 

Strorrr, Mr. and Mrs. Verner, 
1951 

Swift, Miss Mildred, 1950 

Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. 
William, 1954 

Utterback, Miss Elsie Jean, 
1949 

Vogt, Miss Verna, 1952 

Waldin, Miss Margaret, 1951 

Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
A., 1949 

Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Rus 
sell, 1951 

White, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, 
1952 

Winters, Rev. and Mrs. Ger 
ald, 1952 

Yunker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 
1953 

Zerbe, Rev. and Mrs. Ben, 
1950 

The Navigators (TN) 

Baker, Joan M., 1955 



Bostrom, Mr. George E., 

1951 
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. L. 

Roy, 1950 

United Lutheran Church in 
America (ULCA) 

Aderholdt, Miss Virginia D., 
1936 

Alsdorf, Rev. and Mrs. Ho 
ward A., 1938 

Anspach, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 
Parker, Jr., 1950 

Auxt, Miss Dorothy J., 1951 

Barnhart, Miss Esther., 1951 

Billow, Rev. and Mrs. Will 
iam, 1954 

Dawkins, Rev. and Mrs. 
Charles, 1954 

Deal, Rev. and Mrs. Harold 
G., 1948 

Ellis, Rev. Andrew B., 1951 

Feil, Rev. Paul, 1954 

Harder, Miss Helene H., 1927 

Hoh, Rev. David, 1955 

Huddle, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 
B., 1940 

Huddle, Miss Elizabeth, 1951 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



141 



Johnsen, Rev. and Mrs. Paul 

C., 1952 
Koch, Rev. and Mrs. Dennis, 

1952 
Kundten, Dr. and Mrs. 

Arthur C., 1920 
L Heureux, Rev. and Mrs. 

Louis, 1952 
MacMurphey, Mr. Charles, 

1954 
Mattson, Rev. and Mrs. 

Walter, 1953 
McCartney, Mr. and Mrs. 

Sedoris, 1948 

Meyer, Rev. and Mrs. Alex 
ander, 1951 
Meynardie, Rev. and Mrs. 

Robert E., 1951 
Miller, Miss Marjorie M., 

1951 
Neve, Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd 

R., 1948 

Nuding, Rev. and Mrs. Nor 
man H., 1951 
Powlas, Miss Annie, 1919 
Powlas, Miss Maud, 1918 
Rasmussen, Rev. and Mrs. 

Peter, 1954 



Scherer, Rev. and Mrs. James, 

1952 

Stirewalt, Rev. A. J., 1905 
Wentz, Rev. and Mrs. Edwin 

C., 1951 

Winther, Rev. J. M. T., 1898 
Winther, Miss Maya, 1928 
Zuch, Rev. and Mrs. Robert, 

1954 

Universal Missions, Inc. 

(UMI) 

Price, Rev. Jewel, 1950 
Twilleager, Rev. and Mrs. 

Wm., 1954 

United Pentecostal Church 

(UPC) 
Nukida, Rev. William J., 1949 

Worldwide Evangelistic 

Crusade (WEC) 
Cameron, Miss Moira, 1954 
Davis, Miss Carnella, 1951 
Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Lon, 

1950 
Gerry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 

1951 
Harris, Miss Esma, 1953 



142 



DIRECTORIES 



Holt, Miss Isabel, 1951 
James, Mr. and Mrs. Max, 

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 

World Gospel Mission 

(WGM) 

Kuba, Rev. and Mrs. David 
A., 1952 

Wesleyan Methodist Mis 
sionary Society (WM) 

Cessna, Rev. and Mrs. William, 

Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. 
Harold, 1952 

Wolfe, Rev. and Mrs. A. 
Gordon, 1948 

World Missions to Children 

(WMC) 
Grenz, Miss Elsie 



Halvorson, Miss Mabel 
Huggins, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. 
Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. 

Watch Tower Bible and 

Tract Society (WT) 
Asayama, Miss Asano, 1954 
Bagnall, Miss Grace, 1950 
Barry, Mr. and Mrs. W. 

Lloyd, 1949 

Beavor, Mr. and Mrs. Dou 
glas, 1951 

Berner, Miss Marianne, 1952 
Bidmeade, Miss Joyce, 1951 
Brandt, Miss Inger Maj-Britt, 

1954 

Cooke, Miss Daphne, 1955 
Counts, Mr. and Mrs. W. A., 

1950 

Cuddeford, Miss Muriel, 1955 
Dearn, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon 

A., 1951 

Dyer, Miss Lois, 1950 
Fukase, Mr. Tsutomu, 1954 
Green, Mr. and Mrs. David, 

1952 

Gregory, Miss Gladys, 1950 
Hanaoka, Mr. Kameichi, 1951 



MISSIONARIES BY MISSIONS 



143 



Haslett, Mr. and Mrs. Don 
ald, 1948 
Heron, Miss Alice Marion, 

1950 

Hollingworth, Miss Ila, 1952 
Hyde, Miss Audrey, 1952 
Hyde, Miss Jean, 1951 
Iszlaub, Mr. and Mrs. Percy, 

1949 

Keltic, Mrs. Thelma, 1951 
Lean, Miss Ruby, 1951 
Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, 

1955 

Manso, Miss Florence, 1950 
Marsh, Miss Edna, 1951 
McLean, Mr. Ralph Stanley, ; 

1951 

Mihara, Miss Hana, 1950 
Nako, Miss Adeline, 1953 
Painton, Miss Margaret, ] 
1951 

_ 

Pettit, Mr. Leon, 1951 
Percival, Mr. and Mrs. 

McKay, 1953 

Prudehl, Miss Erika, 1953 , 
Samson, Miss Lillian, 1953 
Searle, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce, 

1951 



Tanigawa, Miss Elsie, 1949 
Taylor, Miss Beth, 1952 
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs 

Adrian deL., 1949, 1950 
Tohara, Mr. and Mrs. Shin- 

ichi, 1949 
Toma, Mr. and Mrs. Shinta- 

ro, J., 1949 

Wilde, Miss Idella, 1952 
Wilkes, Mr. and Mrs. John, 

1952 

Winteler, Miss Lena, 1951 
Winteler, Miss Margrit, 1954 

Woman s Union Missionary 
Society of America 

(WUMS) 

Aldridge, Miss Ruth, 1952 
Ballantyne, Miss Mary, 1936 
King, Mrs. Peggy, 1952 
Marsh, Miss Berni, 1955 
Marsh, Miss Lois, 1954 
Powell, Miss Catherine, 1955 

Japan Youth for Christ 

(YFC) 
Cryderman, Rev. Dale, 

Young Men s Christian 



144 



DIRECTORIES 



Association (YMCA) 
Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Earle 

R., 1952 
Long, Mr. and Mrs. Win- 



throp A., 1951 

Wedel, Mr. and Mrs. A. 
Delmar, 1955 



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MISSIONARIES BY PREFECTURES AND TOWNS 



1. AICHI KEN 

ICHINOMIYA SHI 

Illingworth, Mr. & Mrs. 

Wallace, TEAM 
ITAYANAGI MACHI 

Maass, Miss M. A., OMF 
KARIYA SHI 
Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

D., ELC 
Offner, Rev. & Mrs. Clark, 

CCC 

KASUGAI SHI 
Buchanan, Miss Elizabeth 

O., PS 

KOZOJI MACHI 
Euler, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 

TEAM 

MORIYAMA SHI 
Archibald, Miss Margaret, 

PS 

Ryburn, Miss Jean, PS 
NAGOYA SHI 
Asayama,Miss Asano, WT 



Baldwin, Rev. & Mrs. Wal 
ter P., PS 

Bennett, Rev. & Mrs. Mer- 
ril S., CN 

Berner, Miss Marianne, 
WT 

Blake, Miss Mary Eliza 
bethPS 

Brandt, Miss Inger Maj- 
Britt WT 

Chambers, Mr. & Mrs. Bob, 
CC-NCM 

Counts, Mr. & Mrs. W. A., 
WT 

Davis, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 
CC-NCM 

Deal, Rev. & Mrs. Harold 
G., ULCA 

Floyd, Mr. Roger W., MC. 
(IBC) 

Frivold, Rev. & Mrs. Ro 
bert AG 

Gilbertson, Rev. & Mrs. 
Gaylen, ELC 



147 



148 



DIRECTORIES 



Gregory ,Miss Gladys, WT 
Hanson,Miss Marian, ELC 
Harris, Miss Mary C., 

MSCC 
Hawkins, Miss Frances B., 

MSCC 
Hollaway, Rev. & Mrs. 

Ernest Lee, SBC 
Inokuchi, Elder Carl H., 

LDS 
Juergensen, Mrs. Nettie, 

AG 
Morris, Mr. Douglas, MC 

(IBC) 

Pedersen, Miss Lois, ELC j 
Phillips, Mr. & Mrs. ] 

George, TEAM 
Powles, Rev. & Mrs. C. H., | 

MSCC 
Powles, Rt. Rev. & Mrs. 

P. S. C., MSCC 
Robinson, Miss Hilda M., 

MSCC 
Sapsford, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leslie TEAM 
Smythe, Mrs. L. C. M. PS 
Thompson, Mr. & Mrs. 

Adrian, WT 



Wilde, Miss Idella WT 
Wright, Elder Willis LDS 
NARUMI CHO 
Heise, Elder Donald, LDS 
Horikami, Elder Tamaru, 

LDS 

NISHIO MACHI 
Johnson, Miss Harriet Ann, 

PN (IBC) 
OKAZAKI SHI 
Homerstad, Rev. & Mrs. 

John M., ELC 
Wiberg, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 

SAMJ (SMJ) 
SETO SHI 

Hagen,Miss Kirsten, FCM 
TOYOHASHI SHI 
Cogswell, Rev. & Mrs. 

James A., PS 
Horobin, Miss Harriet M., 

MSCC 

Miller, Mr. Abram, TEAM 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard, ELC 
Svensson, Miss Ester, 

SAMJ (SMJ) 

White, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd, 
TEAM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



149 



TOYOKAWA SHI 

Loenander, Rev. & Mrs. 

Aake SAMJ (SMJ) 
YAW ATA CHO 
Luke, Rev. & Mrs. Percy 

J.-JEB 

2. AKITA KEN 

AKITA SHI 

Brustad, Rev. & Mrs. Otto, 

LBA 
Nordtvedt, Rev. & Mrs. 

Thomas E., LBA 
Rood, Miss Frances, LBA 
Werdal, Rev. & Mrs. Mor 
ris A., LBA 
HONJO MACHI 
Palmer, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph, 

UCMS (IBC) 
NOSHIRO SHI 
Blikstad, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 

LBA 
ODATE SHI 
Olson, Rev. & Mrs. James, 

LBA 

UEDA MURA 
Walter, Miss Helen, 
CBFMS 



YUZAWA SHI 

Weber, Rev. & Mrs. James, 

CBFMS 
Winter, Miss Peggy, 

CBFMS 

3. AOMORI KEN 

AOMORI SHI 

Barber, Miss D. E., OMF 
Campbell, Mr. J. J., OMF 
Edwards, Miss L. B., 

OMF 
Fadel, Mr. & Mrs. Allen, 

TEAM 
Fisher, Mr. & Mrs. H. E., 

OMF 

Friesen, Mr. Abe, OMF 
Halvarson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Carl M., SBC 
Highwood, Mr. D., OMF 
Kelly, Miss D. I., OMF 
Lowen, Miss I., OMF 
McAllister, Mr. J., IND 
Netland, Mr. & Mrs. Anton, 

TEAM 

Robinson, Miss E., OMF 
Searle, Mr. & Mrs. W. G., 

OMF 



150 



DIRECTORIES 



Singleton, Miss E. M., 

OMF 
Spencer, Miss Gladys G., 

PEC 

Thomson, Mr. L. H., OMF 
Wilson, Miss J. S., OMF 
HACHINOKE 
Harrigan, Mr. & Mrs. 

Carl IND 
Little, Mr. & Mrs. L. N., 

OMF 

HIROSAKI SHI 
Bascom, Mr. & Mrs. Gil 
bert E., MC (IBC) 
Brittain, Miss Blanche, 

MC (IBC) 

Brown, Miss T. J., OMF 
Byler, Miss Gertrude M., 

MC (IBC) 
Fredlund, Miss M. M., 

OMF 
Parsons, Miss Maud, MC 

(IBC) 
Thompson, Mr. Lawrence, 

MC (IBC) 
ITAYANAGI MACHI 
Cornelius, Miss D. C., 

OMF 



KANAGI MACHI 

Metcalf, Mr. S. A., OMF 
MUKOE MURA 

Crowley, Mr. & Mrs. Dale, 

Jr., IND 
SAMBONGI SHI 

Broman, Rev. Paul, NTM 
Tomono, Mr. Teruo, NTM 
Wood, Miss Joan, NTM 

4. CHIBA KEN 

ANEGASAKI MACHI 

Reynolds, Mr. & Mrs. A. 

T. F. OMF 
CHIBA SHI 

Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Ray 
D., BBF 

Barrett, Rev. & Mrs. Wil 
liam R., EUB (IBC) 

Hodges, Rev. & Mrs. Olson, 
BBF 

Johnsen, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 
C., ULCA 

Mason, Rev. & Mrs. Jack 

R. BBF 
CHOSHI SHI 

Yunker, Mr. & Mrs. Ro 
bert, TEAM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



151 



ICHIKAWA SHI 

Auxt, Miss Dorothy J., 

ULCA 
Powlas, Miss Annie, 

ULCA 

Ridley, Mr. & Mrs. Ken 
neth, CLC 

Vereide, Rev. & Mrs. Abra 
ham, NMA 

Wengler, Miss Jessie, AG 
Winsnes, Mr. Samuel, 

NMA 

KASHIWA SHI 
Shorey, Mr. & Mrs. Wm., 

TEAM 
OHARA* MACHI 

Melaaen, Mr. & Mrs. Er- 

ling, NMA 
OTAKI MACHI 

Odden, Miss Guri, NMA 
SHOWA MACHI 
Blincoe, Rev. & Mrs. 

Thomas H., SDA 
Ludden, Mr. & Mrs. Hart 
ley B. SDA 

Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Ray 
mond S., SDA 
TATEYAMA SHI 



Petersen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lyle, TEAM 
TOMISATO MURA 

Littlejohn, Miss Jean, 

ABCFM (IBC) 
Trueman, Miss Margaret, 

UCC (IBC) 

5. EHIME KEN 

KAWAUCHI MURA 

Warne, Miss Eleanor, 

MC (IBC) 
MATSUYAMA SHI 

Francis, Miss Mable, 

CMA 
Gillett, Rev. & Mrs. C. S., 

ABCFM (IBC) 
Husted, Miss Edith, 

ABCFM (IBC) 
Talley, Miss Frances, 

SBC 
Watkins, Miss Elizabeth, 

SBC 

6. FUKUI KEN 

FUKUI SHI 

Hemmingley, Rev. & Mrs. 
Arne FCM 



152 



DIRECTORIES 



Rudolph, Miss Bjorg E., 

FCM 
Rudolph, Rev. & Mrs. J. 

W., FCM 
Torp, Rev. & Mrs. Aage, 

FCM 
KATSUYAMA SHI 

Bakken, Miss Berte, FCM 
MIKUNI MACHI 
Skauge, Miss Olga, FCM 
Winsjansen, Miss Kirsten, 

FCM 

TAKEFU SHI 
Berge, Miss Aagot, FCM 
Gulbrandsen, Mrs. Dagny, 

FCM 

7. FUKUOKA KEN 

FUKUOKA SHI 

Bitsberger, Rev. Donald E., 
PEC 

Boyles, Miss Helen, MC 
(IBC) 

Callaway, Rev. & Mrs. 
Tucker, SBC 

Campbell, Miss Vera SBC 

Copeland, Dr. & Mrs. Lu 
therSBC 



Croskrey, Miss Dorothy E., 

MC(IBC) 
Culpepper, Dr. & Mrs. R. 

H., SBC 
Garrott, Dr. & Mrs. W. M., 

SBC 

Glass, Miss Lois, SBC 
Graves, Miss Alma, SBC 
Harder, Miss Helene H., 

ULCA 
Hays, Dr. & Mrs. George 

H., SBC 
Hesselink, Rev. & Mrs. I. 

John Jr. RCA (IBC) 
Howell, Miss Elizabeth, 

MC(IBC) 
Lind, Miss Jenny, MC 

(IBC) 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. B. C., 

RCA (IBC) 
Rolph, Mr. & Mrs. George, 

ASC 
Scherer, Rev. & Mrs. 

James, ULCA 
Shepard, Rev. & Mrs. John 

W., SBC 

Shiver, Miss Mavis, SBC 
Todd, Miss Pearl SBC 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



153 



Williams, Mrs. Diora Spear, 

UCMS(IBC) 
Wood, Rev. & Mrs. James 

E., SBC 
IWAJIKU 

Smith, Rev. & Mrs. Nathan, 
CG 

KOKURA SHI 
Barlow, Miss Hannah, 



SBC 
Horton, 

SBC 
Hudson, 

SBC 
Jaeckel, 



Miss Frances, 



Miss Lenora, 



& Mrs. 



Rev. 

Theodor UCC(IBC) 
Lancaster, Miss Cecile, 

SBC 

Lane, Miss Mattie, SBC 
L Heuruex, Rev. & Mrs. 

Louis ULCA 
Miller, Miss Floryne, SBC 
Whaley, Rev. & Mrs. 

Charles SBC 
KURUME SHI 
Goldsmith, Miss Mabel O., 

CMS 
Neve, Rev. & Mrs. Lloyd 



R., ULCA 

Norden, Rev. & Mrs. Rus 
sell RCA (IBC) 
TOBATA SHI 
Knox, Miss Martha, SBC 
Limbert, Miss Mary, SBC 
TSUYAZAKI MACHI 
Hitchcock, Miss Alice, 

MC(IBC) 
YOSHITOMI MACHI 

Moon, Mrs. Inez, ASC 
YAW ATA SHI 
Calcote, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph 
V., SBC 

8. FUKUSHIMAKEN 

AIZUWAKAMATSU SHI 

Martin, Miss Mary, ACF 
Morris, Miss Kathleen, 

ACF 

FUKUSHIMA SHI 
Bishop, Rev. Dan, BMM 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wm., BMM 
Morano, Miss Thuvia, 

BMM 
Pfaff , Rev. & Mrs. Newland 

J., BMM 



154 



DIRECTORIES 



Pfost, Miss Lois, BMM 
Regier, Miss Evelyn, 

BMM 
Youmans, Miss Doris, 

BMM 

HARAMACHI SHI 
Brustad, Miss Aslaug, 

NEOM 
Horgen, Miss Borghild, 

NEOM 
Johannsen, Miss Inger- 

Marie, NEOM 
IWAKI SHI 
Knutsen, Edvin, NEOM 
Kongstein, Mr. & Mrs. 

Frank, NEOM 
KORIYAMA SHI 
Anderson, Miss Irene, 

EUB(IBC) 
NAKOSO SHI 
Engebretsen, Miss Gudrun, 

NEOM 
Knutsen, Miss Astri, 

NEOM 
Svendsen, Miss Anna, 

NEOM 

ONONII MACHI 
Dann, Miss Janet M., 



ACF 

Holdcroft, Miss Joy, ACF 
Holdcroft, Miss Mary, 

ACF 

SHIRAKAWA SHI 
Andersson, Miss Martha, 

SHM(SMJ) 
Hjaertstroem, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arnold SHM(SMJ) 
SOMA SHI 
Andaas, Mr. & Mrs. 

Arnfinn, NEOM 
Gornitzka, Mr. Robert, 

NEOM 
Ingwardo, Mr. Haakon, 

NEOM 
SUKAGAWA SHI 

Ando, Rev. Kiichi, POBC 
TAKADA MACHI 
Kroehler, Rev. & Mrs. 

Armin E&R(IBC) 
Schroer, Rev. Gilbert W., 

E&RCIBQ 

9. GIFU KEN 

GIFU SHI 

Harms, Mr. & Mrs. William, 
TEAM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



155 



McAlpine, Rev. & Mrs. 

James A., PS 
Miller, Miss Jessie M., 

MSCC 

MASUDA SHI 
Carlson, Mr. & Mrs. 

Chester, TEAM 
OGAKI SHI 
Miller. Miss Erma L., 

MM 

Smith, Miss D. Jane, MM 
TAKAYAMA SHI 
DeCamp, Miss Grace, 

TEAM 
Forsberg, Miss Ruth, 

TEAM 

10. GUNMA KEN 
ANNAKA MACHI 

Beecken, Rev. & Mrs. 

Herbert J., E&R(IBC) 
ISEZAKI SHI 

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

CJPM 

MAEBASHI SHI 
Awa, Elder George, LDS 
Brook, Mr. David CJPM 
Cooke, Mr. & Mrs. T. T. 



S., CJPM 

Gray, Miss Lorna , CJPM 
Jones, Miss Glenys, CJPM 
Jones, Miss Gwyneth, 

CJPM 
Miller, Elder H. Lewis, 

LDS 
Morris, Mr. & Mrs A. J., 

CJPM 

Ott, Mr. Paul, CJPM 
Parr, Miss D. A., CJPM 
Pfeifer, Mr. Samuel, 

SAJM 
Schnydrig, Miss Emmi, 

CJPM 
Slichter, Miss Betty, 

CJPM 
Thorp, Miss Dorothy, 

CJPM 
Windsor, Mr. & Mrs. A. 

V., CJPM 
OTA SHI 

Dunn, Rev. & Mrs. Ed., 

BBF 
SHIBUKAWA SHI 

Verme, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 

E., EMCA 
TAKASAKI SHI 



156 



DIRECTORIES 



Carr, Elder Gail, LDS 
Hoki, Elder Mitsuo, LDS 

11. HIROSHIMA KEN 

HIROSHIMA SHI 

Alston, Miss Charlotte, 

MC(IBC) 
Bedell, Miss Mary, MC 

(IBC) 
Benedict, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 

ICEF 

Colberg, Miss Lois, ALM 
Cunningham, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robert, ALM 
Doubleday, Miss Stella C., 

CMS 
Finch, Miss Mary D., 

MC(IBC) 
Ishida, Sister Chieko, 

LDS 
Jones, Miss Mary, MC 

(IBC) 
Kagoshima, Sister Tami, 

LDS 
McGarvey, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

Paul, CMA 
McMillan, Miss Mary, 

MC(IBC) 



McSherry, Rev. & Mrs. 

H. J., MSCC 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Loyce 

N., SBC 
Parrott, Miss Rae Beth, 

MC(IBC) 

Roper, Elder Gary, LDS 
Turley, Elder Floyd K., 

LDS 
Turner, Elder Newell, 

LDS 
Vikner, Rev. & Mrs. David 

L., ALM 
Willis, Elder Kelland 

LDS 

ITSUKAICHI MACHI 
Dievendorf, Mrs. Anne, 

CMA 
Stumpf, Rev. & Mrs. Ray, 

CMA 
KURE SHI 

Berg, Rev. & Mrs. Karl 
W., ALM 
Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. J. 

Donald CLC 
MIHARA SHI 
Ericson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wilbert ALM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



157 



Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edwin, ALM 
MITSUKI GUN 
Brannen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Noah, ABFMS 
ONOMICHI SHI 
Bandel, Miss Myrtle 

Elizabeth MC(IBC) 
SAIJO MACHI 
Olson, Rev. & Mrs. George 
L, ALM 

12. HOKKAIDO 

AKABIRA SHI 

Hayman, Mr. D. E., OMF 
Kluttz, Mr. R., OMF 
ASAHIGAWA SHI 
Austin, Elder John, LDS 
Clugston, Rev. & Mrs. 

Donald A., UCC(IBC) 
Jackson, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

H. SBC 
Pallmyer, Rev. & Mrs. 

Paul MSL 
EBETSU SHI 
Rippey, Miss Hazel, MC 

(IBC) 
HAKODATE SHI 



Giles, Miss Sarah Rebecca, 

MC(IBC) 
Leith, Miss Isobel, UCC 

(IBC) 
McNaughton, Rev. & Mrs. 

R. E. , HFD 
Waldron, Miss Rose E., 

MC(IBC) 
HIDAKA MOMBETSU 

Hall, Miss L. L., OMF 
HIDAKA SHI 
Abrahams, Mr. & Mrs. D. 

J. OMF 
Batch, Miss E.F.M.-OMF 

Morris, Mr. & Mrs. D., 

OMF 

HGMBETSU CHO 
Reber, Rev. & Mrs. Don 

D., M 

KAMISHI HORO CHO 
Ressler, Misses Ruth and 

Rhoda, M 
KITAMI SHI 
Bahler, Miss M., OMF 
Miller, Miss M. E., OMF 
KUSHIRO SHI 
Bean, Miss Ruth, M 
Buckwalter, Rev. & Mrs. 



158 



DIRECTORIES 



Ralph E. M 
KUTCHAN MACHI 

Glass, Miss E. M., OM*F 
White, Miss E. R. OMF 
MORIMACHI 

Weller, Miss M. E., OMF 
MURORAN SHI 
Goodwin, Elder Robert, 

LDS 
Hellberg, Miss Gullbritt, 

SEMJ(SMJ) 
Jonsson, Miss Sigrid, 

SEMJ(SMJ) 
Thorsell, Miss Anna-Lisa 

SEMJ(SMJ) 
Wright, Elder Gary H., 

LDS 

NAKASHIBETSU CHO 
Kanagy, Rev. and Mrs. 

Lee H., M 
NAYORO SHI 
Hewlett, Rev. & Mrs. Floyd 

G., UCC(IBC) 
OBIHIRO SHI 
Beck, Rev. & Mrs. Carl C., 

M 
Blosser, Rev. & Mrs. 

Eugene, M 



Orth, Rev. Donald B., 

UCC(IBC) 
OTARU SHI 

Auw, Rev. & Mrs. Hugh 

C., Jr. MSL 
Beaman, Elder Bruce, 

LDS 
MacLeod, Rev. & Mrs. Ian 

G., UCC(IBC) 
Moffitt, Elder Howard, 

LDS 

SAPPORO SHI 
Adams, Rev. & Mrs. Evyn, 

MC(IBC) 
Barker, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 

S., PN(IBC) 
Brown, Miss Mildred, PN 

(IBC) 
Eddy, Rev. & Mrs. William 

D., PEC 
Enniss, Elder Noel H., 

LDS 
Fromm, Rev. & Mrs. 

Elwood D. MSL 
Funk, Sister Helen June, 
LDS 

Hall, Elder Robert, LDS 
Hintz, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



159 



MSL 

Hoover, Miss Annie, SBC ; 
Hymes, Rev. & Mrs. Ro 
bert AG 
Kamitsuka, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arthur PN(IBC) 
Krueger, Miss Naomi, 

E&ROBC) 

Milner, Miss M., OMF 
Moorhead, Rev. & Mrs. 

M. F. SBC 

Nukida, Rev. Wm. J., UPC 
Purainen, Miss Kaisu, 

LEAF 
Robertson, Eider Robert, 

LDS 
Shumway, Elder Larry, 

LDS 
Staveley, Miss J. Ann, 

CMS 
Taylor, Miss Dorothy, 

PN(IBC) 
Tucker, Rev. Beverley D., 

PEC 
Valtonen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Tauno LEAF 
Wada, Sister Mihoku, 

LDS 



Walker, Mr. & Mrs. Wes 
ley CC-JCM 

Wimer, Miss E., OMF 
TOMAKOMAI SHI 

Brownlee, Rev. & Mrs. R. 
Wallace EUB(IBC) 

Eriksson, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
Paul SEMJ(SMJ) 

Hansen, Rev. Harry W., 
PEC 

13. HYOGO KEN 

AKASHI SHI 

Shepherd, Miss K. M., 
SPG 

Sorhus, Rev. & Mrs. Mag 
nus, NLM 

Trott, Miss D. E., SPG 
AMAGASAKI SHI 

Cary, Rev. Frank, 

ABCFM(IBC) 
ASHIYA SHI 

Attaway, Mr. & Mrs. 
Kenneth ICEF 

Lamb, Miss June, PS 
HIMEJI SHI 

Hampton, Miss Lois, 
ABFMS 



160 



DIRECTORIES 



McLellan, Miss Luella, 
ABFMS 

Rinell, Rev. & Mrs. Oscar, 

SBM(SMJ) 
HOJO CHO 

Norton, Rev. & Mrs. Ri 
chard PN (IBC) 
IWAYA CHO 

Bullis, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 

FM 
KAIBARA MACHI 

Saville, Miss Rose, JEB 
KOBE SHI 

Aske, Rev. & Mrs. Sigurd, 
LFCN 

Bagnall, Miss Grace, WT 

Berkey, Mrs. Marguerite, 
MC(TBC) 

Boe, Rev. & Mrs. Kaare, 
NLM 

Bollback, Rev. & Mrs. An 
thony, CMA 

Boyle, Rev. & Mrs. Samuel 
E., RPM 

Brady, Mr. & Mrs. John 
H., PS 

Bridgman, Mr. & Mrs. 
John F. PS 



Bush, Dr. & Mrs. Ovid B., 

Jr., PS 
Byers, Miss Florence M., 

AG 
Cain, Rev. & Mrs. Benson, 

PS 
Chamberlain, Miss Addie, 

MC(IBC) 
Chao, Rev. & Mrs. Charles 

H., RPM 
Clark, Rev. & Mrs. W. T., 

SDA 
Clarke, Miss Eunice G., 

JEB 
Cobb, Rev. & Mrs. John 

B., MC(IBC) 
Daub, Rev. & Mrs. Edward, 

PN(IBC) 
Dawson, Rev. Douglas, 

OEM 
Derksen, Mr. & Mrs. Peter, 

GCMM 

Dick, Miss Cornelia, PS 
Dillard, Miss Mary, OEM 
Dyson, Miss Mary, JEB 
Eikli, Rev. & Mrs. Gabriel, 

NLM 
Faris, Miss Eleanor, RPM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



161 



Feely, Miss Gertrude, MC 
(IBC) 

Fichtner, Miss Anne C., 
EUB(IBC) 

Foss, Miss Marit, NLM 

Fultz, Miss Catherine, PS 

Fultz, Mrs. Exie Jane, 
CC-CRM 

Gamblin, Rev. & Mrs. Ar 
thur K, MC(IBC) 

Gingrich, Rev. & Mrs. V. 
L., PAC 

Gizze, Rev. & Mrs. Vin 
cent OBM 

Godert, Miss Agnes, PS 

Gosden, Rev. & Mrs. E. 
W., JEB 

Gundersen, Miss Johanna, 
FCM 

Hansen, Rev. & Mrs. David 
D, RPM 

Hoaas, Rev. & Mrs. Anders, 
NLM 

Hovey, Miss Marion, 
OBM 

Iszlaub, Mr. & Mrs. Percy, 
WT 

Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. C. 



E., ASC 
Jorgensen, Miss Anna. 

FCM 
Kolbenson, Miss Bertha, 

OBM 

Lea, Miss L. E., SPG 
Lorgan, Mr. & Mrs. Har 
vey, WT 
Lundeby, Rev. & Mrs. 

Anne, NLM 
Lynn, Miss Arlena M., 

RPM 
Maiden, Miss Margaret, 

MC(IBC) 
McGrath, Miss Violet, 

JEB 
Mcllwaine, Rev. & Mrs. 

W. W, PS 
McLain, Miss ^ulu M., 

MC(IBC) 
McLauchlin, Rev. & Mrs. 

W. C., PS 
McNeill, Miss Elizabeth, 

PS 

Mihara, Miss Hana, WT 
Mitchell, Rev. I. G. PS 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Lard- 

ner C., PS 



162 



DIRECTORIES 



Nipper, Rev. & Mrs. Leo 
nard, AG 
Nordstrand, Miss Edel, 

NLM 
Oglesby, Mrs. Angela M., 

PEC 
Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. P. 

Lee MC(IBC) 
Pedersen, Miss Ruth E., 

FCM 
Pixler, Miss Mildred, 

ICEF 

Powell, Rev. & Mrs. Do 
nald, PCC 
Ramseyer, Mr. & Mrs. 

Robert, GCMM 
Richards, Rev. Ernest D., 

PEC 
Robertson, Miss Grace M., 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Roundhill, Mr. Kenneth, 

WEC 
Saito, Mr. & Mrs. Morse 

T., MC(IBC) 
Sano, Miss Alice, PEC 
Sherer, Rev. & Mrs. R. C., 

SBC 
Shevchenko, Rev. David, 



JOC 
Skoog, Miss Maj-Britt, 

OMSS(SMJ) 
Smith, Miss Alice Elsa 

JEB 

Smith, Mr. Roy, MC(IBC) 
Solvoll, Rev. & Mrs. Ar- 

nulf FCM 

Spear, Rev. & Mrs. Gene W. 
Stirewalt, Rev. A. J., 

ULCA 

Swenson, Miss Nell, PS 
Talmage, Rev. & Mrs. John 

E., PCC & PS 
Tjelle, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 

NMS 
Twilleager, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wm., UMI 

Ulvestad, Mr. Sverre NSN 
Van Schooten, Rev. & Mrs. 

Alvin, CMA 

Wayne, Mr. & Mrs. Mil 
ton, JEB 
Westfall, Miss May E., 

MC(IBC) 
Winther, Rev. J. M. T., 

ULCA 
Wood, Mr. Edwin R. PEC 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



163 



NISHINOMIYA SHI 

Bogard, Miss F. Belle, 

RCA (IBC) 
Bray, Rev. & Mrs. William 

D., MC(IBC) 
Buell, Miss Constance, 

ABCFM (IBC) 
Carroll, Miss Sally, MC 

(IBC) 
Cobb, Miss Ann, ABCFM 

(IBC) 
Cole, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 

CC-OCM 
Crew, Miss Angle, 

ABCFM (IBC) 
Ebinger, Miss Frieda, 

GMM 
Fleischmann, Miss Babette, 

GMM 
Gilkey, Mr. William E., 

MC(IBC) 
Harbin, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

Vandiver MC(IBC) 
Hilburn, Rev. & Mrs. 

Samuel M. , MC(IBC) 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Ran 
dolph Lee MC (IBC) 
Larson, Mr. & Mrs. David, 



ABCFM (IBC) 
Mattson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Walter ULCA 
McCain, Miss Pearle, MC 

(IBC) 
McKnight, Rev. & Mrs. 

W. Q., ABCFM (IBC) 
Moran, Rev. & Mrs. S. F., 

ABCFM (IBC) 
Morrill, Mr. & Mrs. Dou 
glas -ABCFM (IBC) 
Norman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Howard, UCC (IBC) 
Osborne, Rev. & Mrs. 

David AAMS 
Outerbridge, Rev. & Mrs. 

Howard W., UCC (IBC) 
Peavy, Miss Anne, MC 

(IBC) 

Price, Rev. Jewel, UMI 
Roberts, Mrs. May M., 

ABCFM (IBC) 
Schmid, Miss Ruth, GMM 
Steinhoff, Miss Karoline, 

GMM 
Stubbs, Rev. & Mrs. David 

C., MC(IBC) 
Teele, Dr. & Mrs. Roy E., 



164 



DIRECTORIES 



MC(IBC) 

Turner, Miss Joyce, 
ABCFM(IBC) 

Uhlig, Miss Marianne, 
GMM 

Warkentyne, Mr. Henry J., 
-UCC(IBC) 

Warner, Rev. & Mrs. Au 
stin UCMS (IBC) 

Whitehead, Miss Mabel, 

MC(IBC) 
SUMOTO SHI 

Croyle, Miss Winifred B., 
IGL 

Kiel, Dr. Janet R., IGL 
TOYOOKA SHI 

Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Mar 
tin SBM(SMJ) 

Lloyd, Miss Mary, JEB 

14. IBARAGI KEN 

HITACHI SHI 

Baggett, Mr. & Mrs. Ri 
chard F., ChC 

Betts, Mr. & Mrs. Joe, 
ChC 

Cannon, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph 
L ChC 



Doyle, Mr. & Mrs. Char 
les W., ChC 

Fox, Mr. & Mrs. Harry 
Robert, Jr., ChC 

Fox, Mr. & Mrs. Logan J., 
ChC 

Holland, Mr. & Mrs. Ha 
rold E., ChC 

Mowrer, Mr. & Mrs. Max, 

ChC 
MAKABE MACHI 

Kunz, Mr. Arthur, LM 
MITO SHI 

Bruns, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 
W. EUB(IBC) 

Gullatt, Rev. & Mrs. Tom 
D., SBC 

Sharpless, Miss Edith F., 
AFP 

Skudler, Rev. & Mrs. Ed 
ward, FM 
NAKAMINOTO SHI 

Beck, Mr. & Mrs. Gott- 

hold, LM 
SHIMODATE SHI 

McKim, Miss Nellie, PEC 
TSUCHIURA SHI 

Winters, Rev. & Mrs. Ge- 



raid TEAM 
TSUKUBA MACHI 

Becker, Mr. & Mrs. Del- 
mar, TEAM 
YUKI SHI 

Vetter, Mr. & Mrs. Ernst, 
LM 



15. ISHIKAWA KEN 

DAISHOOJI MACHI 

Smith, Miss Genevieve, 

TEAM 
KANAZAWA SHI 

Althouse, Miss Sue, PN 

(IBC) 

Bodily, Elder David, LDS 
Cook, Miss Dulcie, UCC 

(IBC) 
Deter, Miss Virginia, PN 

(IBC) 
Haig, Miss Mary, UCC 

(IBC) 
Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. Roy, 

TEAM 
Katsuda, Sister Peggy, 

LDS 

Parker, Rev. & Mrs. Cal 
vinSBC 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 165 

Shimabukuro, Elder Sam, 

LDS 
Winn, Mrs. Merle, PN 

(IBC) 
Yamada, Sister Ikuko, 

LDS 

KOMATSU SHI 
Bruun, Miss Anna, FCM 
Cook, Elder Marion H., 

LDS 

Haugen, Miss Aase, FCM 
Miller, Elder Don L., LDS 
Riis, Miss Helen FCM 
NOTO MACHI 
Beckman, Mr. & Mrs. 

David NTM 
SUZU SHI 
Stanley, Miss Ethel, NTM 



16. IWATE KEN 

ICHINOSEKI SHI 

Broman, Rev. & Mrs. 

David NTM 
Caley, Miss Rhelinda, 

NTM 

Leiyn, Miss Jennie, NTM 
Meyer, Miss Hildegard, 

NTM 



166 



DIRECTORIES 



Yakel, Miss Ella NTM 
KITAKAMI SHI 

Holecek, Rev. & Mrs. 

Frank, CBFMS 
Lowe, Miss Ruth Anne, 

CBFMS 

Ormiston, Dr. R. I. OMF 
Pease, Miss Harriet, 

CBFMS 
KUJI MACHI 
Allen, Miss Thomasine, 

ABFMS 

MORIOKA SHI 
Gregory, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 

E & R(IBC) 
Livingston, Rev. & Mrs. 

Theodore, ABFMS 
TAKADA SHI 
Broman, Mr. Philip, NTM 
Crawford, Mr. & Mrs. Coy, 

NTM 

Goto, Mr. John, NTM 
Kenney, Miss Pearl, NTM 
Murch, Miss Barbara, 

NTM 

Todd, Mr. & Mrs. Law 
rence, NTM 



17. KAGAWA KEN 

MARUGAME SHI 

Barksdale, Rev. & Mrs. 

John O., PS 

Connell, Miss Juanita, PS 
Haraughty,Miss Mary, PS 
TAKAMATSU SHI 
Christopher, Rev. & Mrs. 

R. C., SPG 
Cox, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph 

TEAM 
Dale, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel, 

TEAM 
Emanuel, Rev. & Mrs. B. 

P. SBC 
Magruder, Rev. & Mrs. J. 

T., PS 

SAKAIDE SHI 
Browning, Mr. & Mrs. 

Neal TEAM 
ZENTSUJI SHI 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Guy 

S., PS 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Lard- 

ner W., PS 

Taylor, Rev. & Mrs. Arch 
B., Jr. PS 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



167 



18. KAGOSHIMA 
KEN 

KAGOSHIMA SHI 

Bruggers, Rev. & Mrs. 

Glenn RCA (IBC) 
Chandler, Rev. & Mrs. 

Vernon D., Jr. , ABWE 
Dittemore, Mrs. Isabel M., 

CC-KCM 
Goodson, Miss Mary F., 

ABWE 
Mayer, Miss Margery, 

MC(IBC) 
Morgan, Rev. & Mrs. Jay- 

mes P. ABWE 
Oliver, Rev. & Mrs. E. L., 

SBC 
Potter, Miss Elaine, 

ABWE 
Shook, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 

Jr.,-ABWE 
Wentz, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin 

C., ULCA 
KANOYA SHI 
Hammond, Mr. & Mrs. 

Alvin D., CC-KCM 
Maxey, Mr. & Mrs. Mark 



G., CC-KCM 
KASEDA SHI 

Sidas, Mrs. Norma, ASC 
MAKURAZAKI SHI 

Borgman, Mrs. Feme, 
ASC 

19. KANAGAWA 
KEN 

AYASE MACHI 

Tanis, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

H., RCA (IBC) 
CHIGASAKI SHI 
Hodges, Miss Olive L, 

MC(IBC) 
FUJISAWA SHI 
Hardley, Mr. & Mrs. Ro 
bert, ASC 
HAYAMA CHO 
Hasegawa, Mr. & Mrs. 

Taro, ASC 
KAMAKURA SHI 

Drummond, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard PN (IBC) 
Rhodes, Mr. & Mrs. E.A., 

ChC 

KAWASAKI SHI 
Coates, Mr. & Mrs. E. D., 



168 



DIRECTORIES 



AGGB 

Davies, Mr. & Mrs. D. E., 
AGGB 

Ettling, Mr. & Mrs. A. G., 

LM 

Gaenzle, Mr. Heinz, LM 
Meyer, Mr. Hans, LM 
Shelhorn, Mr. Raymond, 

IND 
Weiss, Miss Marianne, 

LM 

ODAWARA SHI 
MacDonald, Miss Alice, 

PN(IBC) 

Metcalf, Rev. & Mrs. Mel 
bourne J., EMCA 
YAMATO MACHI 
Forester, Rev. & Mrs. 

Thomas, CPC 
YOKOHAMA SHI 
Aldridge, Miss Ruth, 

WUMS 
Alsup, Miss Alice, MC 

(IBC) 

Arnesen, Rev. Jacob, PCM 
Ballantyne, .Miss Mary, 

WUMS 
Barns, Miss Helen, MC 



(IBC) 
Baum, Rev. & Mrs. Bill, 

FEGC 
Beath, Mr. & Mrs. Sterling, 

ABFMS 

Beavor, Mr. & Mrs. Dou 
glas, WT 
Best, Rev. & Mrs. Sydney, 

FEGC 
Bidmeade, Miss Joyce, 

WT 
Bird, Mr. & Mrs. M. C., 

SDA 
Calder, Miss Marguerite, 

ABFMS 
Chrisander, Miss Marga- 

reta, SFM(SMJ) 
Cooke, Miss Daphne, WT 
Cuddleford, Miss Muriel, 

WT 
Dahl, Elder Richard A. 

LDS 
Dawson, Mr. & Mrs. 

George, ABFMS 
Dearn, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon 

A., WT 
Degelman, Mr. & Mrs. O. 

R., TEAM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



169 



deMaagd, Rev. & Mrs. 

John C. RCA (IBC) 
Detton, Elder Richard, 

LDS 
Engholm, Mr. & Mrs. 

Duane, FEGC 
Eriksson, Miss Astrid, 

SFM(SMJ) 
Friesen, Miss Arlene, 

FEGC 
Fukada, Mrs. Robert, MC 

(IBC) 
Hannestad, Mrs. Bertha, 

NMA 
Harmelink, Miss Fenita, 

RCA (IBC) 
Hestekind, Rev. Harold N., 

PCM 
Horton, Rev. & Mrs. Fred 

M., SBC 

Hyde, Miss Jean, WT 
Jenkins, Miss Jacqueline, 

FEGC 
Joerneman, Miss Brita, 

SFM(SMJ) 
Kalling, Miss Ruth, 

ABFMS 
King, Mrs. Peggy, 



WUMS 
Kubo, Miss Rowena, 

FEGC 
Lang, Rev. & Mrs. Ernst 

EUB(IBC) 
Lant, Miss Mary Jo, 

TEAM 

Lean, Miss Ruby, WT 
Lind, Rev. & Mrs. Ingemar, 

SFM(SMJ) 
Marsh, Miss Berni, 

WUMS 

Marsh, Miss Edna, WT 
Marsh, Miss Lois WUMS 
Matheson, Mr. & Mrs. Ro 
bert H., FEGC 
McLean, Mr. Ralph WT 
McMahan, Mr. & Mrs. 

Carl FEGC 
Meyer, Mr. & Mrs. John 

F. Hi-BA 
Meynardie, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robert E., ULCA 
Montei, Mr. & Mrs. Dou- 

glas-FEGC 
Morehouse, Miss Mildred, 

FEGC 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Alfred, 



170 



DIRECTORIES 



SFM(SMJ) 
Nicholson, Rev. & Mrs. 

John, ABFMS 
Norland, Mr. & Mrs. Bern- 
hard NMA 
Oniki, Elder Ben LDS 
Petersen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harry J., AG 
Pettitt, Mr. Leon, WT 
Phipps, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph, 

MSL 
Powell, Miss Catherine, 

WUMS 
Prinsell, Miss Edna, 

FEGC 
Reimer, Rev. & Mrs. Wil- 

lard, FEGC 
Rinell, Rev. & Mrs. Egron, 

SBM(SMJ) 
Searle, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce, 

-WT 
Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Clarence, FEGC 
Sweet, Rev. & Mrs. Leo 
nard E., FEGC 
Thompson, Miss Edith, 

ABFMS 
Waddington, Mr. Richard, 



ABFMS 
Watts, Rev. & Mrs. C. B., 

SDA 
Welch, Elder Theodroe, 

LDS 
Wilhelmsson, Miss Thyra, 

SFM 
Zander, Miss Helen R., 

RCA(IBC) 
YOKOSUKA SHI 
Beasley, Rev. & Mrs. 

James, TEAM 
Luttio, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 

-ELC 
Thompson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Everett W., MC(IBC) 
ZUSHI SHI 
Dillion, Rev. & Mrs. Alan 

B., FEGC 

20. KOCHI KEN 

KONGO CHO 

Currell, Miss Suzan McD., 

PS 

KOCHI SHI 
Berchert, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harold, PS 
Buckland, Miss Ruth, PS 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



171 



Heizer, Miss Jo Anne, PS 
Long, Miss Beatrice, 

TEAM 
Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman MC(IBC) 
Peterson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lyle, PS 
Stewart, Miss Betty, PS 

21. KUMAMOTO 
KEN 

ARAO SHI 

Powlas, Miss Maud, 

ULCA 
HITOYOSHI SHI 

Oxley, Rev. & Mrs. H. D., 

BPM 
KUMAMOTO SHI 

Aderholdt, Miss Virginia 

D., ULCA 
Allum, Miss Iris, MC 

(IBC) 
Barnhart, Miss Esther, 

ULCA 
Brink, Miss Suzanne H., 

RCA (IBC) 
Ellis, Rev. Andrew B., 

ULCA 



Huddle, Miss Elizabeth, 

ULCA 
MacMurphey, Mr. Charles, 

-ULCA 
Medling, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

R. SBC 
Miller, Miss Marjorie M., 

ULCA 
Zuch, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 

ULCA 

22. KYOTO . 

JOYO CHO 

Pelttari, Miss M., FFOM 
KYOTO SHI 

Anspach, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

Parker, ULCA 
Ayabe, Rev. & Mrs. Henry 

K., JGF 
Becker, Miss Blanche, 

EFCA 
Beckman, Mr. & Mrs. 

George, CC-OCM 
Berg, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 

AG 
Bradshaw, Rev. & Mrs. 

Melvin J., SEC 
Gary, Mr, & Mrs. Otis, 



172 



DIRECTORIES 



ABCFM(IBC) 
Clapp, Dr. Frances B., 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Clark, Dr. & Mrs. C. F., 

SBC 

Clarke, Rev. & Mrs. Cole- 
man D., SBC 
Dyer, Miss Lois, WT 
Fielder, Rev. & Mrs. Ge 
rald, SBC 
Fontnote, Dr. Andrey, 

SBC 
Ford, Mr. & Mrs. Einar, 

EFCA 
Fuller, Rev. & Mrs. 

Dwight, EFCA 
Gerry, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

WEC 
Grant, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Green, Mr. & Mrs. David, 

WT 
Griesy, Mr. Paul Val, 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Gulick, Mr. & Mrs. Leeds, 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Gwinn, Miss Alice, 

ABCFM(IBC) 



Hagood, Dr. Martha, SBC 
Halstrom, Mr. & Mrs. 

Dale, EFCA 

Hanson, Mr. & Mrs. Cal 
vin, EFCA 
Heimonen, Mr. & Mrs. L. 

V., FFOM 
Hemstad, Rev. Ragnold, 

CMB 
Heron, Miss Alice Marion, 

-WT 
Hibbard, Miss Esther L., 

ABCFM(IBC) 
Hollingworth, Miss Ila, 

WT 
Horman, Elder Gerald D., 

-LDS 
Kama, Mr. & Mrs. T., 

FFOM 
Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. 

Hugh, JIM 
Kern, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin, 

NAB 
Koch, Rev. & Mrs. Dennis, 

-ULCA 

Kohler, Rev. & Mrs. Wer 
ner, SEAM 
Kung, Rev. & Mrs. Tien 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



173 



Min, CMB 

Lammers, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard L., E&R(IBC) 

Larsen, Elder Evan, LDS 

Lloyd, Rev. Gwilym G., 

PN(IBC) 
Lloyd, Rev. & Mrs. John 

J. PEC 
Massengill, Miss Mary 

Lou, SBC 
Motoyama, Miss Julia, 

JGF 

Moy, Miss Agnes, FCM 
Muir, Rev. & Mrs. Francis, 

UCC(IBC) 
Mutch, Rev. & Mrs. Bruce, 

MSCC 

Nordlie, Miss Edel, FCM 
Peterson, Miss Tordis, 

E&R(IBC) 
Prins, Mr. & Mrs. Harry, 

-EFCA 
Rider, Miss Shirley, PN 

(IBC) 
Rokka, Mr. & Mrs. J., 

FFOM 
Satterwhite, Dr. & Mrs. 

J. P. SBC 



Schwab, Miss Elsa, MC 

(IBC) 
Schwersenz, Dr. & Mrs. 

Gerhard, SEAM 
Sukut, Rev. & Mrs. Walter, 

-NAB 
Sumners, Miss Gertrude, 

PEC 

Taylor, Miss Beth, WT 
Thomsen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harry CMB 
Thurber, Rev. & Mrs. L. N., 

PN(IBC) 
Wilkes, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

-WT 

Wine, Mr. & Mrs., IND 
Winteler, Miss Lena, WT 
Winteler, Miss Margrit, 

WT 
Wood, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 

W., ABCFM(IBC) 

23. MIE KEN 
ISE SHI 

Auch, Rev. & Mrs. Cle- 

mence, NAB 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Glen, 

PN(IBC) 



174 



DIRECTORIES 



Miller, Miss Florence, 

NAB 
KIHO CHO 

Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. 
Glen E. , BGCA 

MATSUSAKA SHI 

Godoy, Rev. & Mrs. Rolf, 

LFCN 
Kivle, Rev. & Mrs. Per, 

LFCN 
TSU SHI 
Chapman, Rev. & Mrs. E. 

N., PN(IBC) 
YOKKAICHI SHI 
Whewell, Miss Elizabeth 

A, MM 

24. MIYAGI KEN 

FURUKAWA SHI 

Huttenlock, Rev. & Mrs. 

George, CBFMS 
ISHINOMAKI SHI 
Cole, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 

CBFMS 
RIFU MURA 
Troxell, Rev. & Mrs. D. V., 
UCMS(IBC) 



SENDAI SHI 

Ankeney, Mrs. Margaret, 

E&R(IBC) 
Austin, Elder Richard, 

LDS 
Baumgartner, Mr. & Mrs. 

Paul L., E&RCIBQ 

Cundiff, Mr. William S., 

E&RCIBQ 

Draper, Rev. William F., 

PEC 
Fleischman, Mis Larraine, 

CBFMS 
Garner, Miss Margaret, 

E&R(IBC) 
Getz, Mr. & Mrs. Pierce, 

E&R(IBC) 
Grant, Rev. & Mrs. Worth 

C., SBC 
Higgins, Elder John C., 

LDS 
Hoy, Miss Gertrude B., 

E&R(IBC) 
Kauffman, Rev. & Mrs. D., 

-PAC 
McCoy, Mis Beulah, 

CBFMS 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



175 



McDaniel, Rev. & Mrs. 

John CBFMS 
Melchert, Mr. & Mrs. 

James F. E&R(IBC) 
Morgan, Elder Jack, 

LDS 
Morris, Miss Betty, 

CBFMS 
Niehaus, Miss Elizabeth L, 

E&R(IBC) 
Nielsen, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 

CC-REJ 

Post, Miss Vida CBFMS 
Rubright, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard W., E&R(IBC) 
Sabina, Rev. & Mrs. Moses, 

CBFMS 
Sager, Rev. & Mrs. Jack, 

SDA 
Sanderson, Miss Abbie, 

ABFMS 
Schweitzer, Mr. Carl F., 

E&R(IBC) 
Searle, Mr. Victor C., Jr. 

E&R(IBCj 
Shumway, Elder Norman, 

LDS 
Sipple, Mr. & Mrs. Carl 



S., E&R(IBC) 
Snyder, Miss Ruth F., 

E&R(IBC) 
Tohara, Mr. & Mrs. Shin- 

ichi WT 
Uornoto, Rev. & Mrs. 

George Y., OPC 
WATARI CHO 

Mcllwaine, Rev. & Mrs. 

R. H. OPC 

25. MIYAZAKI KEN 

HUGA SHI 

Ediger, Rev. & Mrs. Fred, 

GCMM 
KOBAYASHI SHI 

Boschman, Mr. & Mrs. 

Paul GCMM 
MIYAKONOJO SHI 

Dyck, Miss Anne, GCMM 
MIYAZAKI SHI 
Friesen, Miss Leonore, 

GCMM 
Giesbrecht, Martha, 

GCMM 

Patkan, Esther, GCMM 
Thiessen, Mr. & Mrs. 

Bernard GCMM 



176 



DIRECTORIES 



Watson, Rev. & Mrs. Les 
lieSBC 
NICHINAN SHI 

Voran, Peter , GCMM 
NOBEOKA SHI 
Gronlund, Mrs. Mildred, 

ASC 

Lee, Miss Cleo, ASC 
TAKAUABE CHO 
Pickett, Rev. & Mrs. Clyde, 
AGM 

26. NAGANO KEN 

IWAMURADA MACHI 

Stellwagon, Rev. Russell, 

TEAM 
KARUIZAWA MACHI 

Bohlin, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

Edvin, SEMJ(SMJ) 
Degerman, Miss Bessie, 

TEAM 
Duran, Mr. & Mrs. Fred 

R. TEAM 

Friesen, Miss A., OMF 
Friesen, Mr. Jacob, 

TEAM 
Johnston, Rev. & Mrs. V. 

W., OMF 



Junker, Mr. & Mrs. Calvin> 

TEAM 

Larlee, Rev. & Mrs. Char- 
less, TEAM 
Lindsay, Miss Mabel, 

TEAM 
Lingle, Rev. & Mrs. Wilbur, 

TEAM 
Lucht, Mr. & Mrs. Carl, 

ICFG 
Nelson, Miss Anna, 

TEAM 
Sevland, Miss Eva, 

TEAM 
Shattuck, Miss Betty 

TEAM 

Slining, Miss J., OMF 
Thornton, Mr, & Mrs. 

William TEAM 
Utterback, Miss Elsie Jean, 

TEAM 
Walters, Mr. & Mrs. 

Russell TEAM 
Werner, Mr. Walter, 

IND 

Wunstorf, Mr. P. G., IND 
MATSUMOTO SHI 
Bishop, Mr. & Mrs. 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



177 



Howard, TEAM 
MINAMI MATSUMOTOSHI 

Bennett, Elder Richard, 

LDS 
Mackley, Elder James R., 

-LDS 

NAGANO SHI 
Foerstel, Miss Marie, 

MSCC 
Goss, Mr. & Mrs. Don, 

TEAM 
Keighley, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leonard UCC(IBC) 
MacDonald, Miss Jean, 

UCC(IBC) 
Norton, Mr. & Mrs. 

James TEAM 
Sheppard, Miss Alison, 

MSCC 
Turnbridge, Miss Marjorie, 

-UCC(IBC) 
OBUSE MACHI 
Benns, Miss Cellia A., 

MSCC 
Powell, Miss Lillian, 

MSCC 

OKAYA SHI 
Laitinen, Miss Martta. 



LEAF 
SHIMO SUWA MACHI 

Soderbacka, Rev.& Mrs. 

Gottfried LEAF 
SUWA SHI 
VanBaak, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edward A., CRJM 
UEDA SHI 
Clinch, Miss Marguerite, 

MSCC 

Hamilton, Miss Florence, 
MSCC 

24. NAGASAKI KEN 

ISAHAYA SHI 

Joyce Mr. & Mrs. James 

A. MC(IBC) 
NAGASAKI SHI 

Bost, Miss Ethel, MC 

(IBC) 
Curry, Miss Olive, MC 

(IBC) 
Jefferson, Miss Alice, MC 

(IBC) 
Koch, Miss Joyce, MC 

(IBC) 
Moore, Miss Helen, MC 

(IBC) 



178 



DIRECTORIES 



Peckham, Miss Caroline, 

MC(IBC) 
Shimer, Mr. & Mrs. Eliot 

R., MC(IBC) 
Tennant, Miss Elizabeth, 

MC(IBC) 
SASEBO SHI 
Friesen, Miss Susan, ASC 
Greyell, Mr. Arthur ASC 
Halvarson, Miss Mabel, 

WMC 
Koehler, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman PN(IBC) 

28. NARA KEN 

IKOMA CHO 

Bradburn, Mr. & Mrs. C., 

JAM 
Coote, Dr. Leonard W., 

JAM 
Thompson, Mr. & Mrs. C., 

JAM 
Fish, Mr. & Mrs. L., 

JAM 

NARA SHI 
Holthe, Miss Ragna, 

NMS 
Nordbo, Rev. & Mrs. 



Anund, NMS 
Reusser, Rev. & Mrs. 

George, E&R (IBC) 
Thoern, Miss Inez OMSS 

(SMJ) 

OYODO CHO 
James, Mr. & Mrs. Max, 

-WEC 

YAMATO TADADA SHI 
Craighill, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lloyd R, Jr., PEC 

29. NIIGATA KEN 

GOSEN SHI 

Bauman, Mr. & Mrs. E., 

JEM 

KAMO SHI 
McLean, Rev. & Mrs. 

Donnel, JEM 
Poetter, Rev. & Mrs. 

Richard, MSL 
Satoda, Miss Chiyoko, 

JEM 

KANAI MURA 
Reichmann, Miss Luise, 

SAJM 

Schar, Mr. & Mrs. Paul 
SAJM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



179 



KASHIWAZAKI SHI 

Anderson, Miss Mildred, 

JEM 
Jacobsen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Morris, JEM 
Kennedy, Miss Helen, 

JEM 
Spaulding, Rev. & Mrs. 

L. R., JEM 

Uchida, Miss Ikuye, JEM 
NAGAOKA SHI 
Brisbin, Rev. & Mrs. J. E., 

JEM 
Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. W., 

JEM 

Harris, Miss Cora JEM 
Ikenouye, Mr. Iwao, JEM 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gordon, EMCA 
Kreyling, Rev. & Mrs. 

Paul, MSL 
Parker, Rev. & Mrs. 

Joseph, JEM 
Westberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harry E. , EMCA 
Zwintscher, Rev & Victor, 

MSL 
NIIGATA SHI 



Buss, Rev. & Mrs. 

Bernhard TEAM 
Gambles, Elder Harry B., 

-LDS 
McDaniel, Mr. & Mrs. 

Chalmers TEAM 
Popp, Rev. & Mrs. Milton, 

MSL 
Reece, Rev. & Mrs. Taylor, 

TEAM 
Slade, Elder Harold D., 

LDS 

OJIYA SHI 
Uchida, Miss Sachiye, 

JEM 
Whisman, Miss Winnie, 

JEM 

SANJO SHI 
Atkinson, Elder Jerry L., 

LDS 
Budd, Rev. & Mrs. John, 

JEM 
Burnham, Elder Francis, 

LDS 

SHIBATA SHI 
Jastram, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robert, MSL 
Jensen, Elden Douglas N., 



180 



DIRECTORIES 



LDS 
Kaneko, Sister Mihoko, 

LDS 
Pokini, Sister Laverla, 

LDS 

Udall, Elder Joseph LDS 
TAKADA SHI 
Allen, Mr. & Mrs. Philip, 

TEAM 

30. OITA KEN 

BEPPU SHI 

Doi, Mrs. Dorothy Iwa- 

buchi, ASC 
Johnson, Mrs. Margaret, 

ASC 
Nimura, Miss. Blanche, 

ASC 
Sanderholm, Mr. & Mrs. 

Frank, ASC 
Tarr, Miss Alberta, MC 

(IBC) 

OITA SHI 
Shaver, Rev. & Mrs. I. L., 

MC(IBC) 
Walker, Rev. & Mrs. 

W. L., SBC 
SAEKI SHI 



Borror, Miss Doris, ASC 
Paul, Miss Eva, ASC 

31. OKAYAMA KEN 

KOJIMA SHI 

Aakerberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Henning MCCS (SM J) 
KURASHIKI SHI 
Arvefjord, Rev. & Mrs. 

Stig MCCS(SMJ) 
Bringerud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gote MCCS(SMJ) 
Roejaas, Rev. & Mrs. J., 

MCCS(SMJ) 
Wennborg, Mrs. Ingeborg, 

MCCS(SMJ) 
OKAYAMA SHI 
Kristiansson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gunnar MCCS(SMJ) 
Osborn, Elder Robert T., 

-LDS 
Toyn, Elder Richard 

LDS 
Tubbin, Rev. & Mrs. Rune, 

MCCS(SMJ) 
Yamada, Miss Ellen J., 

AG 
TSUYAMA SHI 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



181 



Gronning, Rev. & Mrs. 
A me, NLM 

32. OSAKA-FU 
HIRAKATE SHI 

Mings, Mr. & Mrs. Ray, 

CC-OCM 
IKEDA SHI 
Balzer, Rev. & Mrs. David, 

MB 
Wiens, Rev. & Mrs. 

Roland M., MB 
Wiens, Miss Ruth, MB 

IZUMISANO SHI 

Ingebretsen, Rev. & Mrs. 
Ernst, NMS 

KISHIWADA SHI 

Black, Miss Alice, JGF 
Pfaff, Miss Anne JGF 
Snelson, Miss Irene, JGF 

NEYAGAWA SHI 
Kern, Mr. Wilbur, 
ABCFM(IBC) 

OSAKA SHI 
Anderson, Miss Myrtle, 

FM 
Backer, Miss Ingrid, 



NMS 
Baker, Miss Elsie M., 

CMS 
Ball, Elder Alfred, J., 

LDS 
Bartel, Rev. & Mrs. 

Jonathan, MB 
Budd, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 

-IND 

Coryell, Mrs. Ada ASC 
Coryell, Miss Ada, ASC 
Driskill, Rev. & Mrs J. 

Lawrence, PN(IBC) 
Endo, Sister Irene, LDS 
Eriksson, Miss Linnes, 

OMSS(SMJ) 
Fletcher, Elder Robert, 

LDS 
Foss, Miss Eleanor, M., 

CMS 
Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 

MB 
Garrison, Rev. & Mrs. 

Elton P. EUB(IBC) 
Gillespie, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

L., SBC 
Grube, Miss Alice, PN 



182 



DIRECTORIES 



(IBC) 
Gunther, Miss Rubena, 

MB 
Highfill, Miss Virginia, 

SBC 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Henry, 

PN(IBC) 
Kinnett, Miss Jane, CC- 

OCM 
Krause, Rev. & Mrs. Sam 

H., MB 
Morgan, Miss Mary Neal, 

SBC 
Overland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman, FM 
Pearson, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce, 

AFP 
Purser, Miss Constance M., 

MSCC 
Sandvik, Rev. & Mrs. Trgve 

NMS 
Sherman, Miss Lucille, 

CC-OCM 
West, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

CC-REJ 
Whittington, Miss Betty, 

CC-OCM 
SAKAI SHI 



Bower, Miss Esther S., 

JGF 
Bower, Miss Marian B., 

JGF 
Hessel, Rev. & Mrs. R. A. 

Egon, IND 
Iwasa, Miss Katherine, 

JGF 
Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Helge, OMSS(SMJ) 
Kawashima, Miss Tamie, 

JGF 
Oestreich, Rev. & Mrs. 

George, JGF 
Pettersson, Miss Anna, 

OMSS(SMJ) 
Powers, Rev. & Mrs. Floyd 

W., AAMS 
Sundberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Fred, OMSS(SMJ) 
SUITA SHI 
Brown, Dr. & Mrs. Frank 

A., Jr. PS 
Schneider, Miss Doris, 

EUB(IBC) 
TANAGAWA CHO 
Hoffner, Rev. & Mrs. Karl, 

OMSS(SMJ) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



183 



TOYONAKA SHI 

Godfrey, Elder Lyman R., 

LDS 
Green, Elder Donald W., 

-LDS 
Houston, Miss Lydia S., 

ABCFM(IBC) 

Imai, Sister Tomoko, LDS 
Mackelprang, Elder Joseph, 

LDS 
Manierre, Rev. & Mrs. 

Stanley ABFMS 
Orme, Elder Larry, LDS 
Rahn, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 

MC(IBC) 
Waterman, Miss Gertrude, 

ABFMS 

33. SAGA KEN 

SAGA SHI 

Huggins, Mr. & Mrs. P .P., 

WMC 
Paulson, Mr. & Mrs. T. M., 

WMC 
Winther, Miss Maya, 

ULCA 

34. SAITAMA KEN 



HANNO 

Carow, Rev. & Mrs. Albert, 
MSL 

Murata, Rev. & Mrs. Her 
bert FEGC 
HIGASHI MATSUYAMA 

SHI 

Classen, Miss Ann, FEGC 

Classen, Miss Martha, 

FEGC 
KATAYAMA MURA 

Phibbs, Rev. & Mrs. Don, 
NTM 

Spoor, Mr. & Mrs. Leroy, 

NTM 
KAWAGOE SHI 

Systma, Rev. & Mrs. Ri 
chard, CRJM 
KAZO SHI 

Kuecklich, Miss Gertrud 
E., EUB(IBC) 

Voehringer, Deaconess 
Elizabeth E., EUB(IBC) 
MINANO MACHI 

Jeanes, Miss Dorothy, 
FEGC 

Lautzenheiser, Miss Wenda, 
-FEGC 



184 



DIRECTORIES 
Winifred, 



Price, Miss 

FEGC 

OMIYA SHI 
Zschiegner, Rev. & Mrs. 

Max, MSL 
SHIKI MACHI 
Doernen, Miss Waltrant, 

IND 
Hardenberg, Miss Maria, 

IND 

TOKOROZAWA SHI 
Jackson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harold, NTM 
Martin, Rev. & Mrs. 

Edward H., NTM 
URAWA SHI 
Stokes, Miss Lucy Belle, 

SBC 

Wright, Rev. & Mrs. Mor 
ris J., SBC 

35. SHIGA KEN 

GOKANOSHO CHO 

Cameron, Miss Moira, 

WEC 
Fulton, Mr. & Mrs. Lon, 

-WEC 
Holt, Miss Isabel, WEC 



Masson, Mr, Jack, WEC 
Nicholson, Donald V., 

IND-SOF 
Nicholson, Mr. & Mrs. 

Herbert V., IND-SOF 
Sulley, Miss Winifred, 

WEC 
Sunde, Mr. & Mrs. Ken, 

WEC 
Zastrow, Miss Violet 

WEC 

HIKONE SHI 
Little, Mr. John, WEC 
Roberts, Mr. Geoff, WEC 
HINO CHO 

Turnbull, Mr. Ian, WEC 
NAGAHAMA SHI 
Attwater, Miss V., JIM 
Davis, Miss Cannella, 

WEC 

OMI HACHIMAN SHI 
Hitotsuyanagi, Dr. Merrell 

Vories, OB 
Murata, Mr. Koichiro, 

OB 

OTSU SHI 

Theuer, Rev. & Mrs. Geor 
ge EUB(IBC) 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 

36. SHIMANE KEN 

MATSUE SHI 



Dyck, Miss Susan, CMA 
Finnseth, Rev. Per, NLM 
Gamlen, Miss Anna, NLM 
Grasmo, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 

NLM 

Snider, Mrs. Hilda CMA 
Spencer, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

E., SBC 
ODA SHI 
Drivstuen, Miss Dagny, 

NLM 
Jaabeck, Miss Petra, 

NLM 
Robertstad, Miss Ruth, 

NLM 



37. SHIZUOKA KEN 
FUJI SHI 

Olson, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 

ELC 

FUJONOMIYA SHI 
Karlsson, Miss Gunborg, 

SEOM(SMJ) 
Nilsson, Miss Ella, SEOM 

(SMJ) 
HAIBARA CHO 



185 

McLachlan, Miss May, 
UCC(IBC) 



HAMAMATSU SHI 

Browne, Mr. Montgomery, 

IND 
Carrick, Rev. & Mrs. 

Malcolm R. PN(IBC) 
Frandell, Rev. & Mrs. 

Karl, SAM J (SMJ) 
Grosjean, Miss V. C., 

SPG 
Gulick, Miss Anna D., 

ELC 
Ingulsrud, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lars ELC 
Janhsen, Sister Fieda 

JCGM 
Klemensrud, 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 



186 



DIRECTORIES 



(SMJ) 
Von Haugwiz, Sister Irm- 

trud, JCGM 
Wolff, Sister Hanni, 

JCGM 
ITO SHI 
Coaldrake, Rev. & Mrs. 

Frank, CE(AUST) 
IWATA SHI 
Linden, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 

SAM J (SMJ) 
KAKEGAWA SHI 
Vorland, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gehard, ELC 
MISHIMA SHI 
Lyreskog, Rev. & Mrs. 

Thore, SEOM(SMJ) 
Goderberg, Miss Ida, 

SEOM(SMJ) 
NUMAZU SHI 
Aamodt, Rev. & Mrs. 

Conrad, ELC 
Andrews, Miss Sarah, 

ChC 
Goes, Rev. & Mrs. Gosta, 

SEOM(SMJ) 
Klemensson, Miss Gudrun, 

OMSS(SMJ) 



SHIMADA SHI 

Davidson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lewis E., ELC 
Holte, Miss Roselyn, 

ELC 
Myhrwold, Miss Froydis, 

-ELC 

SHIMIZU SHI 
Eagle, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 

TEAM 
SHIZUOKA SHI 
Bergh, Rev. & Mrs. Oliver, 

-ELC 
Campbell, Miss Margaret 

H., UCC(IBC) 
Ewing, Miss Hettie Lee, 

ChC 
Hoshizaki, Rev. & Mrs. 

Reiji SBC 
Moase, Miss Helen C., 

UCC(IBC) 

Nelson, Miss Grace, ELC 
Rodgers, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lavern F., BBF 
Rorke, Miss M. Luella, 

UCC(IBC) 

Tuff, Miss Evelyn, ELC 
Vinge, Rev. & Mrs. Daniel, 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



187 



ELC 

Wang, Miss Jean, ELC 
YAIZU SHI 
Undseth, Rev. & Mrs. 

Einar, ELC 
YUGAWARA MACHI 
Bowman, Rev. & Mrs. 
John E., ELC 



38. TOCHIGI KEN 

KUROISO MACHI 

Janssson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lars SHM(SMJ) 
Svensson, Rev. Birger, 

SHM(SMJ) 
MAMADA MACHI 
Fanger, Rev. & Mrs. 

Clifford, NTM 
Koop, Miss Mary, NTM 
NOGI MURA 
Fanger, Mr. Richard, 

NTM 
Jackson, Mr. William, 

NTM 
Townsend, Mr. Louis, 

NTM 

OYAMA MACHI 
Dale, Rev. Oliver B., 



SSJE 
UTSUNOMIYA SHI 

Allen, Rev. Shelton , FEGC 
Bond, Miss Dorothy, 

FEGC 
Colston, Miss Augusta, 

FEGC 
Hereford, Miss Nannie M., 

-PN(IBC) 
Smith, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 

FEGC 

39. TOKUSHIMA 
KEN 

KAMOJIMA CHO 

Germany, Rev. & Mrs. 

Charles H., MC(IBC) 
TACHIBANA MACHI 
McCormick, Miss Jean, 

JEB 

TOKUSHIMA SHI 
Boyle, Rev. & Mrs. W. P., 

PS 
Fletcher, Miss Shirley, M., 

-MSCC 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. 

Lewis H., Jr. PS 
Savary, Rev. & Mrs. R. N., 



188 



DIRECTORIES 



MSCC 



40. TOKYO TO 
ADACHI KU 

Paine, Miss Mildred Anne, 

MC(IBC) 
Selvey, Miss Esther, MC 

(IBC) 

ARAKAWA KU 
Wyatt, Miss C. E. M., 

SPG 

BUNKYO KU 
Aaland, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 

ELC 
Eimon, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 

ELC 
Elmer, Miss Ruth, EUB 

(IBC) 

Hanson, Miss Lydia, ELC 
Heim, Rev. Kenneth E., 

PEC 

Herbst, Miss Ruth, ELC 
Hinchman, Rev. & Mrs. 

B. L., ABFMS 
Karen, Rev. & Mrs. Art- 

turi, LEAF 
Karikoski, Rev. & Mrs. 

Peutti, LEAF 



Kellerman/ Miss Jean, 

EUB (IBC) 
Lipponen, Miss Sanna, 

LEAF 
Neumann, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman, ELC 
Oehler, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 

SEAM 
Patschke, Rev. & Mrs. 

Arbie, MSL 
Sanoden, Rev. & Mrs. 

Russell, ELC 
Sorenson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Morris, ELC 
Swenseid, Rev. & Mrs. 

Douglas, ELC 
CHIYODA KU 
Bergt, Rev. & Mrs. Elmer 

J., MSL 
Bixler, Mr. & Mrs. O. D., 

ChC 
Bostrom, Mr. George E., 

TN 
Buckley, Mr. & Mrs. Earle 

R., YMCA 
Danker, Rev. & Mrs. W. 

J.-MSL 
Foreman, Miss Alice 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



189 



CBFMS 

Harewood, Captain Elwyn 
vj., oA 

Havlick, Miss Dorothy, 
PN(IBC) 

Heerboth, Rev. & Mrs. 
Paul M., MSL 

Hyde, Miss Audrey, WT 

Ireney, Most Rev. Bishop, 
JOC 

Long, Brigadier & Mrs. 
Arthur G., SA 

Long, Mr. & Mrs. Winthrop 
A., YMCA 

Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. Ri 
chard, MSL 

Moss, Rev. & Mrs. John 
A., MC(IBC) 

Nako, Miss Adeline, WT 

Nelson, Miss Ada, 
ABFMS 

Nuding, Rev. & Mrs. Nor 
man, ULCA 

Percival, Mr. & Mrs. 
McKay WT 

Phillips, Snr. Major Doro 
thy D., SA 

Prudehl, Miss Erika WT 



Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. 

James C. F., ABS & 

BFBS 
Scherman, Dr. Fred C., 

ChC 
Schwab, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

TEAM 
Shibata, Rev. & Mrs. 

George, MSL 
Varney, Miss Evelyn, 

CBFMS 
Wedel, Mr. & Mrs. A. 

Delmar YMCA 
Weiss, Rev. & Mrs. Wm. 

G., PN(IBC) 
CHUO KIT 

Fowler, Mr. J. Earl, PEC 
Gardiner, Miss Ernestine 

W. PEC 
Smith, Rev. Robert M., 

PEC 
White, Miss Sarah C., 

PEC 

EDOGAWA KU 
Pedigo, Rev. Ray T., AG 
Powders, Rev. & Mrs. 

James L. , BBF 
HACHIOJI SHI 



190 



DIRECTORIES 



Fox, Rev. & Mrs. Roger, 

FEGC 
McLeroy, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robin, FEGC 
HARAMACHIDA-MACHI 
Daniels, Miss Mabel E, 

IND 
Daniels, Miss Ruth R., 

IND 

HINO MACHI 
Matthews, Rev. & Mrs. 

Alden E., ABCFM(IBC) 
ITABASHI KU 
Cessna, Rev. & Mrs. 

William WM 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harold, WM 
Kreps, Rev. & Mrs. Homer, 

CBFMS 
Kuba, Rev. & Mrs. David 

A., WGM 
Lang, Rev. & Mrs. George, 

TEAM 
Richard, Rev. & Mrs. Joe, 

M 

Salter, Miss Bessie, ELC 
Wolfe, Rev. & Mrs. A. 

Gordon, WM 



KITA KU 

Corl, Rev. & Mrs. Jaran, 

-EUB(IBC) 
Edgerton, Miss Daisy Bell, 

UCMS(IBC) 
Hendricks, Rev. & Mrs. K. 

C., UCMS(IBC) 
Huff, Rev. & Mrs. Howard 

F., UCMS(IBC) 
Juergensen, Miss Marie, 

AG 
Kamikawa, Rev. & Mrs. 

Aigi, UCMS(IBC) 
Rossman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Vern, UCMS(IBC) 
KITATAMA GUN 
Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 

ASC 
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 

FEGC 
Carrell, Mr. & Mrs. Wm. 

L., ChC 
Chappell, Miss Mary, 

UCC(IBC) 
Crowder, Miss Rebekah, 

NTM 
Hasting, Miss Sarah Ann, 

NTM 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



191 



Koshi, Miss Beatrice 

FEGC 
Leonard, Rev. & Mrs. 

Clifford NTM 
May, Mrs. Frances, 

TEAM 
McCune, Rev. & Mrs. H. 

C., IND 
Messenger, Mrs. Blanche, 

TEAM 

Millikan, Mrs. Eva B., FM 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Tho 
mas TEAM 
Quisenberry, Rev. & Mrs. 

Bill ASC 
Reese, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 

FEGC 
Roth, Rev. & Mrs. Charles 

K., ASC 
Silfwerbrand, Rev. Carl 

G. O.-IND(SMJ) 
Silfwerbrand, Mrs. Marion, 

FEGC 
MEGURO KU 
Dozier, Mrs. C. K., SBC 
Johnson, Miss Bonnevieve 

M, EMCA 
Koepke, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 



MSL 
Kristerson, Miss Ruth, 

EMCA 

Pietsch, Rev. & Mrs. Ti 
mothy, IND 
Rigmark, Rev. & Mrs. K. 

W., EMCA 
Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard, 

FEGC & POBC 
Thomas, Miss Wilna, 

UCC(IBC) 
MINATO KU 
Anderson, Elder C. Leroy, 

LDS 
Andrus, Sister Frances P., 

LDS 
Andrus, President Paul C., 

LDS 
Barry, Mr. & Mrs. W. 

Lloyd, WT 
Bo wen, Elder Paul G., 

LDS 
Browning, Rev. & Mrs. 

Willis P. MC(IBC) 
Bruner, Rev. & Mrs. Glen, 

MC(IBC) 

Budd, Mr. Henry F, PEC 
Clarke, Miss Elizabeth, 



192 



DIRECTORIES 



MC(IBC) 

Cosens, Miss E. Margue 
rite ,UCC (IBC) 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. 

Linwood, MSL 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. 

Rendell A. , PN(IBC) 
Flaherty, Mr. & Mrs. 

Theodore E., RCA (IBC) 
Fukase, Mr. Tsutomu, 

WT 
Graham, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd 

B., UCC(IBC) 
Hamilton, Miss Gertrude, 

UCC(IBC) 
Hanaoka, Mr. Kameichi, 

-WT 
Harker, Rev. Rowland, 

IND 
Haslett, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 

-WT 

Hatori, Rev. Akira, POBC 
Horning, Miss Enid Mae, 

-UCC(IBC) 
Hughes, Miss Hazel M., 

UCMS(IBC) 
Hunter, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 

IND 



Keltic, Mrs. Thelma , WT 
Kochi, Sister Nancy S., 

LDS 
Korver, Mr. & Mrs. Ronald 

G., RCA (IBC) 
Kreps, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie, 

-MC(IBC) 
Kusunoki, Miss Yasuko, 

E&R(IBC) 
Landis, Miss Janell Jean, 

E&R(IBC) 
Lawson, Miss Dorothy M., 

PN(IBC) 
Lundberg, Elder Don C., 

LDS 
Manso, Miss Florence, 

WT 
Matthewson, Miss Mildred 

E., UCC(IBC) 
Mendl, Mr. Wolf AFSC 
Oltman, Mr. & Mrs. Paul 

PN(IBC) 
Painton, Miss Margaret, 

WT 
Rhoads, Miss Esther B., 

AFP & AFSC 
Rittenhouse, Miss Jane, 

AFP 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



. 193 



Robertson, Rev. & Mrs. S. 

D., UCC(IBC) 
Ross, Rev. Myron, E & R 

(IBC) 

Rounds, Rev. & Mrs. Phi- 
lard L., OBSC 
Saunders, Miss Violet, 

UCC(IBC) 
Sawada, Rev. & Mrs. Ben, 

MC(IBC) 
Scruton, Miss M. Feme, 

UCC(IBC) 
Starn, Miss Pauline, 

UCMS(IBC) 
Suttie, Miss E. Given, 

UCC(IBC) 
Tanigawa, Miss Elsie, 

WT 
Toma, Mr. & Mrs. Shin- 

taro, WT 
Viall, Rt. Rev. K. A., 

SSJE 
Wells, Miss Lillian, PN 

(IBC) 
Winn, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 

PN(JBC) 
Yeadon, Miss H. Marjorie, 

UCC(IBC) 



MITAKA SHI 

Franklin, Dr. & Mrs. Sam 

H., Jr., PN(IBC) 
Gerhard, Dr. & Mrs. 

Robert H. E & R(IBC) 
Hackett, Mr. & Mrs. H. 

W., ABCFM(IBC) 
McCrimmon, Miss Mary, 

UCC(IBC) 
McKenzie, Mr. & Mrs. 

Arthur UCC (IBC) 
Munsterberg, Dr. & Mrs. 

Hugo, IND-Epis. 
Troyer, Dr. & Mrs. Mau 
rice E., PN(IBC) 
Worth, Dr. & Mrs. Donald, 

PN(IBC) 
MUSASHINO SHI 
Beckon, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert 

IND 
Moreton, Dr. & Mrs. Hugh, 

IUGM 

Sano, Miss Eileen, ASC 
Woolett, Rev. & Mrs. John 

F., ASC 
NAKANO KU 
Barrett, Mr. Cecil, CA 
Davis, Mr. Ernest, CA 



194 



DIRECTORIES 



Hansen, Rev. & Mrs. Olaf, 

ELC 
Huddle, Rev. & Mrs. B. 

Paul ULCA 
Jefferies, Mr. Edgar, CA 
Koets, Miss Magdalena, 

CRJM 

Koyama, Mr. Seiichi, CA 
Layden, Miss Frances, 

CA 

Patton, Mr. & Mrs. An 
drew CC-CM 
Sargeant, Miss Marguerite, 

CA 
Sims, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 

CC-CM 
Stelfore, Mrs. Thomas, 

CA 
Sweetman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leonard, CRJM 
Toyotome, Rev. & Mrs. 

Masumi, IND 
VanderBilt, Rev. & Mrs. 

Mass, CRJM 
Wills, Mr. Clifton, CA 
NERIMA KU 
Airgood, Miss Grace, IND 
Bjork, Rev. & Mrs. Dale 



W., BGCA 

Francey, Mr. & Mrs. Jack, 
ICFG 

Larson, Mr. Howard, IND 

McCracken, Miss Lillian, 
IND 

Mincey, Rev. & Mrs. E. W., 
AG 

Patterson, Rev. & Mrs. 
James, BGCA 

Russell, Mr. & Mrs. 
Wayne, ICEF 

Skoog, Rev. & Mrs. Ro 
nald, BGCA 
NISHITAMA GUN 

Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Do 
nald R. BPT 

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

Galloway, Mr. & Mrs. Jim, 
BPT 

Hunter, Miss Jean, BPT 

Kyallen, Mrs. Ruth, BPT 

Locker, Rev. & Mrs. J., 
IND 

Pike, Rev. & Mrs. Fred, 
GGEA 

Placzek, Rev. & Mrs. 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



195 



Frank FEGC 
OME SHI 

Hume, Miss Doris, FEGC 
Peters, Miss Dorothy, 

EFGC 
OTA KU 

Airo, Miss Jenni, LEAF 
Allen, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, 

-IND 
Befus, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel, 

PTL 
Benzinger, Miss Esther, 

LM 
Bishop, Mr. & Mrs. Henry, 

IND 
Carey, Rev. & Mrs. C. F., 

-UCC(IBC) 

Hayashi, Miss Helen, IND 
Hoaglund, Rev. & Mrs. 

Alan ALM 
Kruse, Mr. & Mrs. D. R., 

IND 

Lund, Rev. Norman, SSM 
Makkonen, Miss Sarah, 

SSM 

Niemi, Miss Tyyne, LEAF 
Reasoner, Rev. & Mrs. 

Rollin S., FEGC 



Reedy, Mr. Boyd. MC 
(IBC) 

Ridley, Rev. & Mrs. Robert 
W., UCC(IBC) 

Roesti, Miss Magdalene, 
LM 

Steele, Mr. & Mrs. Harry, 
IND 

Vehanen, Rev. & Mrs. 
Eino, SSM 

Young, Mr. & Mrs. Cla 
rence, FEGC 
SETAGAYA KU 

Barrett, Rev. & Mrs. Clif 
ford, ICFG 

Birdsall, John B., PEC 

Blackler, Rev. & Mrs. Carl, 
IND-BAPT 

Brannen, Mr. & Mrs. 
Theodore, TEAM 

Clark, Rev. & Mrs. Ken 
neth W., Hi-BA 

Davis, Rev. & Mrs. Harri 
son R. S., Jr., CN 

Dozier, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin 
B., SBC 

Eikamp, Rev. & Mrs. Ar 
thur R., CG 



196 



DIRECTORIES 



Engeman, Rev. & Mrs. 
Harry EMCA 

Foster, Miss Mary C., 
MC(IBC) 

Gano, Rev. & Mrs. Glenn, 
ABFMS 

Garner, Miss Verna Mae, 
SDA 

Gingerich, Dr. & Mrs. 
Melvin MCC 

Goens, Rev. & Mrs. Do 
nald, CG 

Goertzen, Miss Delna, 
TEAM 

Hallgren, Mr. & Mrs. B. 
R., OMF 

Hammer, Rev. & Mrs. R. 
J., CMS 

Helling, Rev. & Mrs. Hu 
bert H., CN 

Jarvis, Dr. & Mrs. Fred, 
TEAM 

Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. Louis 
F., EMCA 

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Ge 
rald, TEAM 

Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Ho 
ward, ABFMS 



Kuehl, Mr. & Mrs. Delbert, 
TEAM 

Lichty, Miss Maria, M 

Likins, Mr. & Mrs. Claude, 
CC-LMJ 

Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. 
David, ALM 

Lindstrom, Miss Shirley, 
EMCA 

Lowman, Miss Alice, 
IND-BAPT 

Lundeen, Rev. & Mrs. Mil 
ton, ALM 

McCall, Mr. & Mrs. Loren, 
TEAM 

McKay, Rev. & Mrs. Bart- 
lett, CN 

Merritt, Rev. Richard A., 
PEC 

Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. 
Alexander, ULCA 

Miho, Miss Fumie, AFSC 

Morley, Rev. Christopher, 
Jr., PEC 

Mueller, Rev. & Mrs. Ro 
bert, TEAM 

Nishi, Rev. S. F., PEC 

Notchelfer, Mr. & Mrs. J. 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



197 



Karl 

Persson, Rev. & Mrs. Folke, 
SEMJ(SMJ) 

Peterson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leonard, EMCA 
Reid, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

TEAM 
Sarjeant, Rev. & Mrs. 

John TEAM 
Schone, Mr. & Mrs. John, 

TEAM 
Seely, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur 

J., TEAM & POBC 
Shepherd, Rev. & Mrs. 

Doyle M., CN 
Sondeno, Rev. & Mrs. 

Fredolff AG 
Stark, Miss Kerstin, 

SEMJ(SMJ) 
Stermer, Miss Dorothy, 

TEAM 
Vereide, Miss Aslaug, 

NMA 
Vogt, Miss Margaret, 

TEAM 
Waldin, Miss Margaret, 

TEAM 
Weitzel, Rev. William, 



PEC 
Wingert, Rev. & Mrs. 

Norman A. MCC 
Whybray, Rev. & Mrs. 

Roger N. -SPG & PEC 
SHIBUYA KU 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Curtis 

D., SBC 
Bailey, Miss Barbara May, 

-MC(IBC) 
Bruce, Mr. & Mrs. G. O., 

SDA 
Campbell, Mr. & Mrs. 

Colis ChC 
Cheney, Miss Alice, MC 

(IBC) 
Connely, Dr. & Mrs. Frank 

H., SBC 
Dail, Miss Lucy Marie, 

MC(IBC) 
Downs, Rev. & Mrs. Dar- 

ley ABCFM(IBC) 
Eitel, Dr. & Mrs. K. F, 

LM 
Eldridge, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

H., SDA 
Fairfield, Mr. & Mrs. John 

F. ABCFM(IBC) 



198 



DIRECTORIES 



Foreman, Mr. Burton V., 

PN(IBC) 
Fosnot, Miss Pearl, MC 

(IBC) 

Fuglebery, Gudrun, IND 
Funk, Elder Lewis J., 

LDS 
Gwens, Miss Anna M., 

MC(IBC) 
Haslam, Elder Larry, 

LDS 
Hilliard, Rev. & Mrs. 

Warren I., SDA 
Hughes, Mr. Lee B., MC 

(IBC) 
Kitchen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Theodore J., MC(IBC) 
Luginsland, Miss Helene, 

LM 

t 

Meek, Miss Martha Emma, 
MC(IBC) 

Millard, Rev. & Mrs. Fran 
cis R., SDA 

Morris, Miss M. Geneva, 
MC(IBC) 

Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. An 
drew N., SDA 

Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 



W., SDA 
Oldridge, Miss Mary Belle, 

MC(IBC) 

Pack, Elder David, LDS 
Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Charles 

E., ICEF 
Register, Miss Kathleen, 

MC(IBC) 
Shorrock, Rev. & Mrs. 

Hallam C., UCMS(IBC) 
Skillman, Mr. & Mrs. John 

H., MC(IBC) 
Smith, Miss Lucy E., SBC 
Steggell, Elder Howard D., 

-LDS 
Theiss, Dr. & Mrs. Otto 

H., MSL 
Winans, Rev. Edward J., 

MC(IBC) 

SHINAGAWA KU 
Brown, Miss D. E. L., 

SPG 
Chandler, Miss M. F., 

SPG 
Clark, Dr. & Mrs. Edward 

M., PN(IBC) 
Hailstone, Miss M. E., 

SPG 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



199 



Hayes, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie, 

IND 
Kleinjans, Mr. & Mrs. j 

Everett RCA (IBC) 
Savage, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie 

E., AGGB 
Van Wyk, Rev. & Mrs. 

Gordon J., RCA (IBC) 
Wilkinson, Miss M., SPG 
Wooley, Miss A. K., SPG 
Yearick, Rev. & Mrs. 
Homer F. , E & R(IBC) 
SHINJUKU KU 
Adams, Dr. & Mrs. Roy 

P., QMS 

Alsdorf, Rev. & Mrs. Ho 
ward, ULCA 
Baker, Joan M., TN 
Billow, Rev. & Mrs. Wil 
liam, ULCA 

Burney, Mr. & Mrs. Do 
nald CC-SCM 
Bushe, Miss S. L. K., 

CMS 

Buttray, Mr. & Mrs. Stan 
ley, CC-CM 

Davis, Mr. & Mrs. Francis, 
QMS 



Dawkins, Rev. & Mrs. 

Charles ULCA 
Dexter, Mr. & Mrs. A., 

IND 

Dunbar, Mr. Virgil QMS 
Dupree, Mr. & Mrs. Char 
les QMS 

Dyer, Mr. Stanley, QMS 
Faber, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest 

D., CC-HCM 
Feil, Rev. Paul ULCA 
Fleenor, Mr. & Mrs. Julius, 

CC-MCM 

Fridell, Rev. & Mrs. Wil 
bur ABFMS 
Clock, Rev. & Mrs. Delmar 

J., MSC 
Gurganus, Mr. & Mrs. 

George P., ChC 
Herbert, Mr. Leslie, QMS 
Hoh, Rev. David, ULCA 
Ike, Rev. & Mrs. Lester, 

QMS 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 

QMS 
Juten, Miss Shirley, EUB 

(IBC) 
Kramer, Miss Lois, EUB 



200 



DIRECTORIES 



(IBC) 
Maclain, Rev. & Mrs. 

Jack QMS 
Mayer, Rev. & Mrs. Paul 

S. EUB(IBC) 
Mercer, Rev. & Mrs. De- 

wey, SBC 

Nealis, Mr. Grant, QMS 
Noel, Mr. & Mrs. Don, 

AFSC 
Noell, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 

CBFMS 
Nordstrom, Miss Elaine, 

BGCA 
Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. P. 

L., Ill, MC (IBC) 
Rasmussen, Rev. & Mrs. 

Peter ULCA 
Riddles, Miss Kathleen, 

IND 
Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. L. 

Roy, TN 
Schmidt, Miss Dorothy, 

PN(IBC) 

Shelton, Rev. & Mrs. Ar 
thur, QMS 
Speechley, Miss Dlaria, 

IND 



Sutton, Rev. Robert L., 

CRJM 
Swain, Rev. & Mrs. David 

L., MC(IBC) 
Tewes, Mr. & Mrs. E. H., 

MSL 

Walbert, Rev. Mrs. Cle 
ment, BGCA 
Wildemuth, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wesley, QMS 
Wright, Mr. & Mrs. R. J., 

IND 
Zinke, Rev. & Mrs. Gilbert, 

CBFMS 
SUGINAMI KU 
Aaby, Mr. & Mrs. Ogden 

L., SDA 
Archer, Mr. & Mrs. Sam, 

TEAM 
Astin, Elder Delbert F., 

LDS 
Broadhead, Elder David, 

LDS 
Cederholm, Miss Margit, 

SEOM(SMJ) 
Chappell, Miss Constance, 

-UCC(IBC) 
Farnham, Miss Grace, 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



201 



CC-MCM 
Finrow, Miss Patricia, 

TEAM 
Firebaugh, Miss Martha 

E., PN(IBC) 
Fisch, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin, 

TEAM 
Foxwell, Rev. & Mrs. 

Philip R., IBPFM 
Good, Dr. & Mrs. Harold, 

TEAM 
Guenther, Rev. & Mrs.- H., 

JCGM 

Hamlin, Rev. & Mrs. Eu 
gene A., SDA 
Hartwig, Miss Irmgard, 

JCGM 

Hegge, Rev. & Mrs. My 
ron, TEAM 
Hoke, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 

TEAM 

Holzwarth, Richard J., GI 
Irvine, Miss Bessie E., 

SDA 
Johnson, Miss Mary, 

IBPFM 
Joseph, Rev. & Mrs. Ken- 

ney, TEAM 



Knabe, Miss Elizabeth, 

ABFMS 
Krauss, Miss Anne P., 

IBPFM 
Martin, Mr. & Mrs. David, 

TEAM 
McCammon, Rev. & Mrs. 

Don M., M 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Keith, 

TEAM 
Mundinger, Miss Dora, 

JCGM 
Munroe, Miss Ruth M., 

SDA 
Nelson, Dr. & Mrs. Richard 

A., SDA 
Pape, Rev. & Mrs. W. H., 

OMF 
Peters, Miss Jean, UCC 

(IBC) 

Ribi, Mrs. H. Kurt, 

IBPFM 
Soltau, Rev. & Mrs. Addi- 

son P. IBPFM 
Stout, Miss Dorothy, PEC 
Strohm, Miss Elsbeth, 

JCGM 
Syphers, Dr, & Mrs. C. 



202 



DIRECTORIES 



Irwin, SDA 
Van Dolson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Leo R., SDA 
Von Reiswitz, Miss Ursula, 

JCGM 
Webber, Dr. & Mrs. Alfred 

B, SDA 
Wendorff, Rev. & Mrs. W., 

JCGM 
Wigglesworth, Miss Anne 

E., IBPRM 
Woods, Dr. & Mrs. Neal 

C. Jr. SDA 
Young, Rev. & Mrs. John 

M. L., IBPFM 
SUMIDA KU 
Collins, Rev. & Mrs. Jacob 

F., OBS 

TACHIKAWA SHI 
Dithridge, Miss Harriett, 

BPT 

James, Mr. & Mrs. Wil 
liam, TEAM 
Kinley, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 

CG 

TOSHIMA KU 
Branstad, Mr. Karl E., 

PEC 
Carlow, Miss Margaret E., 



AG 
Clement, Rev. & Mrs. John 

J.-AG 
Falck, Miss Elizabeth N., 

PEC 
Kaasa, Mr. Thomas H., 

PEC 

Lehman, Mr. Gene, PEC 
Micro, Miss Martta, 

LEAF 
Perry, Mr. Charles E., 

PEC 
Rehefeld, Deaconess Han- 

na B., EUB(IBC) 
Remahl, Miss Ragna, 

LEAF 
Rhodes, Rev. Erroll F. W., 

PEC 
Williamson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Wayne B. PEC 
CENTRAL POST OFFICE 
Cryderman, Rev. Dale, 

YFC 
Rhoads, Rev. & Mrs. John, 

-IND 

41. TOTTORI KEN 

KURAYOSHI SHI 

Bailey, Miss Hazel, 



AAMS 
Braum, Rev. & Mrs. Neil, 

AAMS 
Cassidy, Miss Bertha E., 

AAMS 
Rediker, Rev. Beulah, 

AAMS 
Whitman, Miss Sylvia, 

AAMS 

TOTTORI SHI 
Elder, Rev. & Mrs. Wil 
liam M., MC(IBC) 
Jossang, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 

NLM 

Scheie, Miss Anna, NLM 
WATARI MURA 
Spinnett, Mr. & Mrs. Jake 

IND 

42. TOYAMA KEN 

TAKAOKA SHI 

Low, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 

NTM 
Pickering, Rev. & Mrs. F. 

L., JRBM 
TOYAMA SHI 
Armstrong, Miss Margaret, 

-UCC(IBC) 
Lautz, Mr. & Mrs. William, 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 
TEAM 



203 



43. WAKAYAMA 
KEN 

GOBO MACHI 

Funk, Miss Elsie, BGCA 
KAINAN SHI 
Zimmerman, Rev. & Mrs. 

Charles F. JGF 
NACHI MACHI 
Sorley, Rev. & Mrs. Fran 
cis B. 
Youngquist, Rev. & Mrs. 

Harris, BGCA 
SHIRAHAMA CHO 

Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. 

Sten, BGCA 
TANABE SHI 

Lemmon, Miss Vivian, 

CC-TCM 

WAKAYAMA SHI 
Alve, Rev. & Mrs. Bjorn, 

NMS 
Grier, Rev. & Mrs. Louis, 

-PN (IBC) 
Kjoklesdal, Rev. & Mrs. 

Steinar, NMS 
Sandberg, Rev, & Mrs, 



204 



DIRECTORIES 



Erik OMSS(SMJ) 

44. YAMAGATA 
KEN 

SAKATA SHI 

Langager, Rev. & Mrs. 

David, LBA 

Larsen, Rav. & Mrs. Mor 
ris C., LBA 
Werdal, Rev. & Mrs. 

Philip E. LBA 
SANBONGI MURA 
Eriksen, Miss Ruth, LBA 
Skovholt, Miss Dorothy, 

LBA 

YAMAGATA SHI 
Bingham, Elder Darold, 

LDS 

Hoover, Elder Mark, LDS 
Meeko, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 

CBFMS 
YONEZAWA SHI 
Benson, Rev. & Mrs. Ben- 

nie, CBFMS 

45. YAMAGUCHI 
KEN 

BOFU SHI 

Tack, Rev, & Mrs. Marvin 



A., ALM 
HAGI MACHI 

Book, Mr. & Mrs. Doyle, 

BC 

Willms, Mr. Peter A., BC 
HIKARI SHI 
McWilliams, Rev. & Mrs. 

Robert W. MC(IBC) 
OGORI MACHI 
Hawkinson, Miss Marian, 

ALM 
Lindquist, Miss Mary, 

ALM 

SHIMONOSEKI SHI 
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) 
UBE SHI 
Dale, Rev. & Mrs. Kenneth 

J., ALM 
YAMAGUCHI SHI 



MISSIONARIES BY TOWNS 



205 



Grubbs, Rev. Thomas W., 

PN(IBC) 
YANAJ SHI 
Jones, Elder James J., 

LDS 
Setterholm, Rev. & Mrs. 

Paul ALM 
Smith, Elder Dan LDS 

46. YAMANASHI 
KEN 

ENZAN SHI 
Axelsson, Miss Alva, 

SFM(SMJ) 

FUJI YOSHIDA SHI 
Moe, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur 

J., FEGC 
KOFU SHI 
Aho, Miss lima Ruth, 

SSM 

Andersson, Rev. & Mrs. 
Evert SFM(SMJ) 



Avison, Miss Margaret L., 

UCC(IBC) 
Boyer, Miss Alice, MC 

(IBC) 
Bruinooge, Rev. & Mrs 

Henry, CRJM 
Darby, Miss Laura W., 

UCC(IBC) 
Douglas, Miss Leona, 

UCC(ICC) 
Greenbank, Miss Kathe- 

rine UCC(IBC) 
Telford, Elder Ralph, 

LDS 
Welch, Elder John C., 

LDS 

MASUHO CHO 
Axelsson, Rev. & Mrs. 

Goesta, SFM(SMJ) 
Olofsson, Miss Birgit, 

SFM(SMJ) 



207 




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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF 

MISSIONARIES 
WITH ADDRESSES 

A - 

Aaby Mr. & Mrs. Ogden L., 1953, SDA 

171 Amanuma 1 Chome, Suginami 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-5161) 
Askerberg, Rev. & Mrs. Henning 

(China), 1949, MCCS (SMJ) Ajino, 

Kojima Shi, Okayama Ken. (Tel. 

Kojima 24) 
Aamodt, Rev. & Mrs. Conrad, 1951, 

ELC 347 Sumiyoshi Cho, Kamika- 

nuki, Numazu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Aasland, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 1954, 

ELC 21 Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo zi 7 

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 

214 Shimohoya, Hoya Machi, 

Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. 

209 



210 DIRECTORIES 

Adams, Rev. & Mrs. Evyn, 1951, MC 

(IBC) Kita Odori, Higashi 6 Chome, 

Sapporo, Hokkaido. 
Adams, Dr. & Mrs. Roy P., 1916, 1954, 

OMS 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664) 
Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Warren, 1949, 

TEAM (Furlough 55-56) c/oW.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. 
Aderholdt, Miss Virginia D., 1936, 

ULCA (Furlough 55-56) Kyushu 

Jogakuin, Shimizu Machi, Kumamo- 

to Shi. (Tel. Kumamoto 5375) 
Aho, Miss lima Ruth (China), 1953, 

SSM 104 Higashi Aonuma Machi, -OHH 

Kofu Shi, Yamanashi Ken. (Tel. 6749) 
Airgood, Miss Grace, 1954, IND 25 

Yahara Machi, 1 Chome, Nerima Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Airo, Miss Jenni, 1907, LEAF 4-185 

Denenchofu, Ota Ku, Tokyo. RO A 51 

Aldridge, Miss Ruth, 1952, WUMS 

221 Yamate Machi, Naka Ku, Yoko- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 211 

hama Shi. TA FJyf 

Allen, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur G., 1953, 

IND 1017 Kugahara Machi, Ota 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Allen, Mr. & Mrs. Phillip, 1953, 

TEAM 12, 1 Chome, Minamishiro 

Machi, Takada Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Allen, Rev. Shelton, 1952, FEGC 717 

Imaizumi Cho, 7 Chome, Utsunomiya 

Shi, Tochigi Ken. 
Allen, Miss Thomasine, 1915, ABFMS 

Kuji Christian Center, Kuji Machi, 

Iwate Ken. (Tel. Kuji 25) 
Allum, Miss Iris, 1951, MC (IBO- 

75 Okada Machi, Kumamoto Shi. 
Almefors, Rev. & Mrs. Eric W., 1951, 

SEMJ (SMJ) (Furlough) SMJM s 

Exp., Brunnsgatan 4, Illtr., Stock 
holm, Sweden. 
Alsdorf, Rev. & Mrs. Howard A., 

1938, ULCA 303 Hyakunin Cho, 3 

chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

36-2419) 

Alston, Miss Charlotte, 1955, MC 

(IBQ Hiroshima Jo Gakuin, 49 

Kami-Nagarekawa Cho, Hiroshima 

Shi. 

Alsup, Miss Alice, (China), 1952, MC 



212 DIRECTORIES 

(IBQ Seibi Gakuen, 124 Maita 

Machi, Minami Ku, Yokohama Shi. 

(Tel. 3-7363) 
Althouse, Miss Sue, 1955, PN (IBQ- 

Hokuriku Gakuin, 10 Kami Kakino- ^fcH^lwl 

batake, Kanazawa Shi. (Tel. 2-0763) *> 

Alve, Rev. & Mrs. Bjorn, 1950, NMS 

197 Sekido-Takamatsu, Wakaya- 

ma Shi. (Tel. 5839) 
Andaas, Mr. & Mrs. Arnfinn, 1951, 

NEOMSoma Shi, Fukushima Ken. 7 ^ F - 

Anderrson, Miss Thali (China), 1951, (^4.) 

SAMJ (SMJ) (Furlough) Box 50, 

Annerstad, Sweden. 
Anderson, Elder C. Leroy, LDS 14-2 

Hiroo Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Anderson, Miss Irene, 1928, EUB 



(IBC) 95 Shimizu Dai, Koriyama 

Shi, Fukushima Ken. (Tel. 1687) 
Anderson, Miss Mildred, 1951, JEM 

Minato Cho, 3 Chome, Kashiwazaki 

Shi, Niigata Ken. (Furlough 56) 
Anderson, Miss Myrtle, 1951, FM 

44-1 Chome, Maruyama Dori, Abeno 

Ku, Osaka. f~ 

Andersson, Rev. & Mrs. Evert (China), 

1951, SFM (SMJ) 339 Takabatake 

Cho, Kofu Shi, Yamanashi Ken. (Tel. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 213 

6335) 
Andersson, Miss Martha, 1952, SHM 

(SHM) 17 Hikage, Shirakawa Shi, 

Fukushima Ken. 
Ando, Rev. Kiichi, POBC c/o Fukuin 

Dendo Kyodan, Tsutsumi, Sukaga- ^{SiiM 

wa Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Andrews, Miss Sarah, 1916, ChC 2- 

3, 2 Chome, Tokiwa Cho, Numazu 

Shi, Shizuoka Ken. r ^ * i; 

Andrus, Sister Frances P., LDS 14-2 

Hiroo Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

~T ^s H fls 7* 
Andrus, President Paul C., LDS 14-2 



Hiroo Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Ankeney, Mrs. Margaret, 1923, E&R 
(IBQ 60 Kozenji Dori, Sendai Shi, 
Miyagi Ken. (Tel. Sendai 2-7439) 

Anspach, Rev. & Mrs. Paul Parker, 
Jr., 1950, ULCA 22 Sekiden Cho, 
Tanaka, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 

Archer, Mr. & Mrs. Sam, 1952, TEAM 
346 Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Archibald, Miss Margaret, 1928, PS 
Kinjo College, Smythe Hall, Omori, 
Moriyama Shi, Aichi Ken. (Tel. Na- 
goya Shigai, Omori,. 53-Ko) 



214 DIRECTORIES 

Armstrong, Miss Margaret, (Retired), 
1903, UCC (IBQ 274 Sogawa Cho, T- 

Toyama Shi. (Tel. 4090) 

Arnesen, Rev. Jacob, 1954, PCM 



Isogo Philadelphia Church, 69 Isogo 

~7 \ T T~ -v ~~ v 

Machi, Isogo Ku, Yokohama Shi. - r _ % y 

Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Paul D., 1952, 

ELC 35 Higashi Takasu Dori, Kari- 

ya, Kariya Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Arnold, Rev. & Mrs. Ray D., 1953, 

BBF 328 Nobuto Cho, 3 Chome, A r- 

Chiba Shi. 
Arvef jord, Rev. & Mrs. S., 1952, MCCS 

(SMJ) Swedish Mission, 640 Asahi Q M 

Machi, Kurashiki Shi, Okayama Ken. 

(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 86, 1 Chome, Harajuku, Shibu- HAA 

ya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 40-1510) 
Askew, Rev. & Mrs. Donald R., 1954, 

BPT Hakonegasaki, Mizuho Machi, 

Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 215 



Askew, Rev. & Mrs. M. E., 1951, 

BPT Hakonegasaki, Mizuho Machi, 

Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 
Aspberg, Mrs. Ingrid, (China), 1950, 

SEOM (SMJ) (Furlough) Missio- 

naershemet, Duvbo, Sundbyberg 2, 

Sweden. 
Astin, Elder Delbert F., LDS 236, 3 

Chome, Ogikubo, Suginami Ku, H 

Tokyo. 7 * f i - 

Atkinson, Elder Jerry L., LDS c/o |ft^li:=^ 

Masa Nitta, Minami Yokka Machi, H h 

371, Sanjo Shi, Niigata Ken. 
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. 
Auch, Rev. & Mrs. Clemence, 1954, 

NAB 352-1 Chome, Futamata Cho, 

Ise Shi, Mie Ken. (Tel. 4846) 
Austin, Elder John, LDS 6 Jo, 1 

Chome, Asahigawa Shi, Hokkaido. 
Austin, Elder Richard, LDS 28 Koze- 

nji Dori, Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken. 
Auw, Rev. & Mrs. Hugh C., Jr., 1951, 

MSL 2 Irifune Cho, 9 Chome, Otaru 



216 DIRECTORIES 

Shi, Hokkaido. 
Auxt, Miss Dorothy J., 1951, ULCA 

2077Suwada Cho, 2 Chome, Ichika- 

wa Shi, Chiba Ken. (Tel. Ichikawa 

5455) 
Avison, Miss Margaret L., 1953, UCC 

(IBQ 5090 Mo to Joya Machi, Kofu O 

Shi, Yamanashi Ken. (Tel. 5451) 
Awa, Elder George, LDS 15 Kita Kuru- 

wa Cho, Maebashi Shi, Gumma Ken. -^Jl TV 7 

Axelsson, Miss Alva, (China), 1951, lil^j^-tSUlTfrJiJ^-^ 

SFM (SMJ) 1160 Kamiozo, Enzan ^o 

Shi, Yamanashi Ken. 7 ? -t^v^ 

Axelsson, Rev. & Mrs. Goesta, (Tibet), 

1951, SFM (SMJ) 359 Furujuku, 

Aoyagi, Masuho Cho, Yamanashi 

Ken. 
Ayabe, Rev. & Mrs. Henry K., 1955, 

JGF 30-50 Ogura Cho, Kitashiraka- 

wa, Sakyo Ku^ Kyoto. 

B 



Backer, Miss Ingrid, 1952, NMS 22- 

5 Chome, Bandai Nishi, Sumiyoshi 

Ku, Osaka. 
Baggett, Mr. & Mrs. Richard F., 

1950, ChCOmika, Kuji Machi, Hita- fg #&. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 217 

chi Shi, Ibaragi Ken. (Tel. Kujihama 

2251) 
Baggs, Miss Mabel C., 1925, CMS (#IH40 

(Furlough), c/o Church Missionary 

Society, 6 Salisbury Square, London 

E. C. 4. 
Bagnall, Miss Grace (N. Z., Aust), 

1950, WT 12-2, 1 Chome, Ninomiya 

Cho, Fukiai Ku, Kobe. -* * ^ ~ > v 

Bahler, Miss M., (China), 1952, OMF 

Kita 3, Higashi 3 Chome, Kitami 

Shi, Hokkaido. 
Bailey, Miss Barbara May, 1919, MC 

(IBQ 11 Konno Cho/Shibuya Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 40-0649) 
Bailey, Miss Hazel, 1953, AAMS 971 

Yodoya Machi, Kurayoshi Shi, To- Ji-fc ^-f ]) 

ttori Ken. (Tel. Kurayoshi 278) 
Baker, Miss Elsie M., 1923, 1955, CMS 

Poole Gakuin, Katsuyama Dori, 

Ikuno Ku, Osaka. (Tel. Tennoji 3190, 

day, & Tennoji 290, night) 
Baker, Joan M., 1955, TN 325-2 

Chome, Nishi Okubo, Shinjuku Ku, HTHHZIS 

Tokyo. 
Bakken, Miss Berte, 1950, FCN 

Katsuyama Shi, Fukui Ken. 
Baldwin, Rev. & Mrs. Walter P., 1950, 



218 DIRECTORIES 

PS 1/31 Maruya Cho, 4 Chome, 

Showa Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. Mizuho(8) 

4170) 
Ball, Elder Alfred, Jr., LDS 40, Nishi 

1 Chome, Tezukayama, Abeno Ku, 

Osaka. 
Ballantyne, Miss Mary, 1936, WUMS 

221 Yamate Machi, Naka Ku, *? 

Yokohama 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) c/o Takisato Tatsumi, 12 ~ fc & i ~Jj 

Toyohi Machi, Onomichi Shi, Hiro- ^>r^ 

shima Ken. 
Barber, Miss D. E., 1955, OMF WW^7fr*^ff# 

Tsutsui Machi, Tsutsui, Ooaza, Ao- 

mori Shi, Aomori 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 167 Josei Cho, Marugame 

Shi, Kagawa Ken. (Tel. Marugame 

903) 
Barlow, Miss Hannah, 1951, SBC 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 219 

Seinan Jogakuin, Itozu, Kokura Shi. ^ x r n - 

(Tel. 5-2744) 
Barnhart, Miss Esther, 1951, ULCA 

Ji-ai-en, Kuwamizu Machi, Kuma- 

moto Shi. (Tel. 3509) 
Barns, Miss Helen, 1921, MC(IBC)- 

Seibi Gakuen, 124 Maita Machi, H ^ 

Minami Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 3-7363) 
Barrett, Mr. Cecil, 1937, CA (Fur 
lough 56-57), c/o S. J. Lang, 1521- 

4 Chome, Egota Machi, Nakano Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Barrett, Rev. & Mrs. Clifford, 1953, 

ICFG 711-2 Chome, Matsubara Cho, wjz:T H -b- 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Barrett, Rev. & Mrs. William R., 1950, 
EUB(IBC) (Furlough 55-56) 96 

Katsuragi Cho, Chiba Shi, Chiba Ken. 
Barry, Mr. & Mrs. W. Lloyd (N. Z., 

Aust.) 1949, WT 1 Toyooka Cho, 

Shiba, Mita, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Bartel, ev. & 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) (Furlough 55-56) 5 

Shimp Shirokane Cho, Hirosaki Shi, 



220 DIRECTORIES 

Aomori Ken. (Tel. 1942) 
Batch, Miss E. F. M., 1954, OMF 

411 Tomikawa, Hidaka, Hokkaido. 
Baum, Rev. & Mrs. Bill, 1952, FEGC 

111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa Ku, 

Yokohama Shi. (Tel. 4-5217) 
Bauman, Mr. & Mrs. E., 1953, JEM 

3157 Gosen Machi, Gosen Shi, Niiga- 

ta Ken! 
Baumgartner, Mr. & Mrs. Paul L., 

1955, E&R(IBQ 41 Uwacho, Kome- 

gafukuro, Sendai Shi. (Tel. 3-3257) 
Beabout, Miss Florence, 1950, CBFMS 

-(Furlough) 1079 Belvour Blvd., 

South Euclid, Ohio. 
Beaman, Elder Bruce, LDS 35-1 

Choms, Ito Tomioka Cho, Otaru 

Shi, Hokkaido. 
Bean, Miss Ruth (China) 1952, M 13 

Tsurugadai, Kushiro Shi, Hokkaido. 

(Tel. 4680) 
Bears, Miss Kathleen, 1949, TEAM 

(Furlough 54-56) 10030 Glovane St,, 

El Monte, California. 
Beasley, Rev. & Mrs. James, 1951 

TEAM 34-2 Chome, Wakamatsu EH tf-X 

Cho, Yokosuka Shi. (Tel. 2519) 
Beath, Mr. & Mrs. Sterling (China), 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 221 

1948, ABFMS Kanto Gakuin Uni 
versity, Mutsuura, Kanazawa Ku, 
Yokohama Shi. (Tel. 3-9224) 

Beavor, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas (Eng 
land) , 1951, WT 772 Shinohara Cho, bi: 
Kohoku Ku, Yokohama. 

Beck, Rev. & Mrs. (R. N.) Carl C., 

1949, M 1, 7 Jo, Minami 17 Chome, 
Obihiro Shi, Hokkaido. 

Beck, Mr. & Mrs. Gotthold, 1953, 

1954, LM 5652 Shaka Machi, Naka- 

minato Shi, Ibaraki Ken. 
Becker, Miss Blanche, 1954, EFCA 

5 Tojiin Nishimachi, Kamikyo Ku, 

Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijin 4033) 
Becker, Mr. & Mrs. Delmar, 1947, 

TEAM 3114 Aza Omachi, Oda, 

Tsukuba Machi, Tsukuba Gun, Iba 
raki Ken. 
Beckman, Mr. & Mrs. David, 1955, 

NTM Otarogi, Ushitsu, Notomachi, 

Fugeshi Gun, Ishikawa Ken. 
Beckman, Mr. & Mrs. George, 1949, 

CC-OCM 64 lori Cho, Kitashiraka- 

wa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Beckon, Mr. & Mrs. Gilford, 1955, IND 

1875 Kichijoji,Musashino Shi,Tokyo 
Bedell, Miss Mary E., (China), 1950, 



DIRECTORIES 

MC(IBC) Hiroshima Jo Gakuin, 49 

Kaminagarekawa Cho, Hiroshima ^ v r ^ 

Shi. (Tel. next door 4-2826) 
Bee, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1926, JEB 

(Furlough 56) c/o Japan Evan 
gelistic Band, 19 John St., London 

W. C. 1, England. 
Beecken, Rev. & Mrs. Herbert J., 

1950, E&R(IBQ (Furlough 55-56) 

Annaka Machi, Gumma Ken. 
Befus, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel, PTL 

(Furlough) 255 Minami Senzoku 

Machi, Ota Ku, Tokyo. e- 

Benedict, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 1952, ICEF 

936 Waseda, Ushita Machi, Hiro 
shima Shi. 
Bennett, Mr. & Mrs. Dwight, 1950, 

TEAM (Furlough 55-56) c/o Frank 

Busjahn, Orangeville, III, U. S. A. 
Bennett, Rev. & Mrs. Merril S., 1952, 

CN 18, 2 Chome, Itabashi Machi, 

Naka Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. 24-6590) 
Bennett, Elder Richard, LDS 1604 

Oaza Sawa Mura, Minami Matsu- 

moto Shi, Nagano Ken. ^^ , y |> 

Benns, Miss Cellia A., (R. N.), 1949, 

MSCC New Life Sanitorium, Obu- 

se Machi, Kamitakai Gun, Nagano 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 



223 



Ken. (Tel. Obuse 33) 
Benson, Rev. & Mrs. Bennie, 1952, 

CBFMS 667 Kami no cho, Monto 

Machi, Yonezawa Shi. 
Benzinger, Miss Esther, 1952, LM 

935 Kugahara Machi, Ota Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 75-0211) 
Berg, Rev. & Mrs. Karl W., 1952, ALM 

115 Azuma Cho, 1 Chome, Kure 

Shi, Hiroshima Ken. 
Berg, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 1953, AG 

22 Shimogamo Honmachi, Sakyo Ku, 

Kyoto. 
Berge, Miss Aagot, 1950, FCM 27 

Shinbe, Takefu Shi, Fukui Ken. 
Bergeld, Miss Sofia (Mongolia) 1953, 

SFM (SMJ) (Furlough) Hoenoen, 

Sweden. 
Bergh, Rev. & Mrs. Oliver, 1951, ELC 

432 Furusho, Shizuoka Shi, Shizu- 

oka Ken. 
Bergt, Rev. & Mrs. Elmer J., 1951, 

MSL 6 Kudan, 2 Chome, Chiyoda 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Berkey, Mrs. Marguerite, (China), 

1951, MC (IBQ 8 Kitanagasa Dori, 

4 Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 2- 

2961) 




W/Zl 



224 DIRECTORIES 

Berner, Miss Marianne (USA), 1952, 

WT 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 

Nagoya Shi. 
Best, Rev. & Mrs. Sydney, 1951, FEGC 

104 Arai, Honmoku, Naka Ku, 

Yokohama Shi. 
Betts, Mr. & Mrs. Joe, 1956, ChC 

Omika, Kuji Machi, Hitachi Shi, 

Ibaraki Ken. (Tel. Kujihama 2251) 
Bidmeade, Miss Joyce (Australia), 

WT 772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku "t- ^~ F - H 

Ku, Yokohama Shi. 
Billow, Rev. & Mrs. William, 1954, 

ULCA 303 Hyakunin Machi, 3 

Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

36-2419) 
Bingham, Elder Darold, LDS 397 

Suwa Machi, Yamagata Shi, 

Yamagata Ken. 
Bird, Mr. & Mrs. M. C., 1954, SDA 

1966 Kamikawai Machi, Hodogaya 

Ku, Yokohama Shi. (Tel. Kawai 39) 
Birdsall, John B., 1955, PEC 131 

Taishido, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

42-7869) 
Bishop, Rev. Dan, 1953, BMM Box % f WM fa\tilti MMfr 

49, Fukushima Shi, Fukushima Ken. P3A, e^ay? 
Bishop, Mr. & Mrs. Henry, IND 3JC3iB-*:fflE3C,l!ia-- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 225 



1409-1 Chome, Higashi Magome, 

Ota Ku, Tokyo. 
Bishop, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 1952, 

TEAM 420 Sakura Machi, Matsu- Q 

moto Shi, Nagano Ken. 
Bitsberger, Rev. Donald E., 1954, PEC 

31 Tengumatsu, Fukuoka Shi. 
Bixler, Mr. & Mrs. O. D., 1919, 1949, 

ChC 5, 2 Chome, Surugadai, Kanda, 

Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 25-1144) tf 9 * 7 - 

Bjork, Rev. & Mrs. Dale W., 1952, jJCMMM^ISb- 

BGCA 2-11 Toyotama Kita, Neri- +- tfa>? 

ma Ku, Tokyo. 
Black, Miss Alice, 1953, JGF 152 

Bessho Cho, 1 Chome, Kishiwada 

Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Kishiwada 1961) 
Blackler, Rev. & Mrs. Carl, 1950, IND- 

BAPT 9-2 Chome, Kamiuma Cho, 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3684) 
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 1953, FEGC 

30 Ochiai, Kurume Mura, Kita- 

tama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kurume 22) 
Blake, Miss Mary Elizabeth, 1952, PS 

33-4 Chikara Machi, Higashi Ku, 7 ^ 

Nagoya Shi. (Tel. 4-6421) 
Blikstad, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 1951, LBA 

Aramachi, Noshiro Shi, Akita Ken. 

(Tel. 124) 



^26 DIRECTORIES 

Blincoe, Rev. & Mrs. Thomas H., 1953, 

SDA Japan Missionary College, 

Showa Machi, Chiba Ken. 
Blosser, Rev. & Mrs. (R. N.) Eugene, 

(China), 1954, M 1, 7 Jo, Minami ? 

17 Chome, Obihiro Shi, Hokkaido. 
Bodily, Elder David, LDS 4-8 Dewa 

Machi, Kanazawa Shi, Ishikawa Ken. 
Boe, Rev. & Mrs. Kaare (China), 1949, 

NLM 5-27 Chimori Machi, 1 Chome, 

Suma, Kobe. (Tel. 7-1662) 
Bogard, Miss F. Belle, 1936, RCA 

(IBC) Kobe Jo Gakuin, Okadayama, 

Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. Nishinomiya 

2264) 

Bohlin, Rev. & Mrs. A. Edvin, (Mon 
golia), 1951, SEMJ (SMJ) House * No. 2526 
No. 2526, Karuizawa Machi, Nagano tf 

Ken. 

Bollback, Rev. & Mrs. Anthony, 1952, 

CMA 4-1 Chome, Minooka Dori, 

Naka Ku, Kobe. 
Bond, Miss Dorothy, 1954, FEGC 

4365 Hiraide Machi, Utsunomiya 

Shi, Tochigi Ken. 
Book, Mr. & Mrs. Doyle, 1955, BC 

Tokaichi 11, Hijiwara, Hagi Shi, 

Yamaguchi Ken. (Tel. Hagi 444) 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 227 



Borchert, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 1952, 

PS 385 Fukui Cho, Kochi Shi. (Tel. #? * - I- 

Kochi 1040) 

Borge, Rev. Peter, 1953, PCM (Fur 
lough in America) 
Borgman, Mrs. Feme, 1952, ASC 

Uekami Kita Machi, Makurazaki Shi, wj 

Kagoshima Ken. 
Borror, Miss Doris, 1951, ASC Hon- 

machi 2 Chome, Saeki Shi, Oita Ken. 
Boschman, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 1951, 

GCMM 3-448 Okanohara, Hosono, 

Kobayashi Shi, Miyazaki Ken. 
Bost, Miss Ethel, (China), 1949, MC 

(IBQ 12 Higashi Yamate Dori, 

Nagasaki Shi. (Tel. 1416) 
Bostrom, Mr. George E., 1951, TN 

3/1 Surugadai 2 Chome, Kanda, 

Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Bowen, Elder Paul G., LDS 14-2 

Hiroo Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Bowen, Miss Virginia, 1950, CBFMS 

(Furlough) 260 Seventh Ave., Santa 

Cruz, Calif. 
Bower, Miss Esther S., 1937, JGF 

63-1 Showa Cho, Hamadera, Sakai 

Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Hamadera 19) 
Bower, Miss Marian B., 1949, JGF 



228 DIRECTORIES 

63-1 Showa Cho, Hamadera, Sakai 
Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Hamadera 19) 
Bowman, Rev. & Mrs. John E., 1953, 
ELC c/o Toshi Matsuda, 1529 Yo- 
shihama, Yugawara, Shizuoka Ken. 
Boyer, Miss Alice, 1948, MC (IBQ 
2148 Ise Machi, Kofu Shi, Yarnanashi HA 
Ken. 

Boyle, Rev. & Mrs. Samuel E., 1950, 
RPM-12 Ichinotani Cho 2 Chome, 
Suma Ku, Kobe. Kobe P. O. Box 
589. (Tel. Kobe 7-2490) # * 4 ^ 

Boyle, Rev. & Mrs. W. P., 1949, PS ^ffi*ff/l|Hr-<oz: 
27 Nakamaegawa Cho, 1 Chome, -b $ * 4 )V 

Tokushima Shi. (Tel. Tokushima 
3742) 

Boyles, Miss Helen, (Korea) , 1953, MC 

(IBQ (Furlough 55-56) 42 Nishi 

Yohane Cho, Fukuoka Shi. (Tel. 2- 

5759) 

Bradburn, Mr. & Mrs. C., 1955, JAM 

Ikoma Cho, Nara Ken. 
Bradshaw, Rev. & Mrs. Melvin J., 
1950, SBC c/o Japan Baptist Hos 
pital, 47 Yama no moto Cho, Kita- 
shirakawa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. y * ? * ^ ^ a ~ 

7-0540) 
Brady, Mr. & Mrs. John H., 1950, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 229 

1949, PS 3 Kumochi Cho, 1 Chome, T0H -f\"-?~ 

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, Ki 

ABFMS 16056 Mukaishima Cho, 

Mitsuki Gun, Hiroshima Ken. (Tel- 

Onomichi 286 no Otsu). 
Brannen, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore, 1954, 

TEAM 1068, 2 Chome, Setagaya 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-2233) 
Branstad, Mr. Karl E., 1947, PEC- JiOiCfBS&E&lgHT 

Rikkyo University, Ikebukuro 3 

Chome, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

97-3121 ; 2952) 
Braun, Rev. & Mrs. Neil, 1952, AAMS 

971 Yodoya Machi, Kurayoshi Shi, 

Tottori Ken. (Tel. Kurayoshi 278) 
Bray, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. William, 

D., 1952, MC (IBO 10 Kwansei 

Gakuin, Kamigawara, Nishinomiya 

Shi. 
Bridgman, Mr. & Mrs. John F., 1954, 

PS 1478 Shironomai, Mikage Cho, <oU pqA-L 

Higashi Nada Ku, Kobe Shi. (Tel. 

Mikage 2986) 
Bringerud, Rev. & Mrs. Gote, 1951, 



2&) DIRECTORIES 

MCCS (SMJ) 640 Asahi Machi, 

Kurashiki Shi, Okayama Ken. (Tel. 

Kurashiki 2490) 
Brink, Miss Suzanne H., 1950, RCA 

(IBQ 75 Okada Machi, Kumamoto 

Shi. (Furlough 1955-56) 
Brisbin, Rev. & Mrs. J. E., 1949, JEM 

2895 Kitanakajima Cho 1 Chome, 

Nagaoka Shi, Niigata Ken. (Tel. ~7 * t" ^ 

Nagaoka 4229) 
Brittain, Miss Blanche, 1929, MC 

(IBC) 9 Nakakawarage Cho, Hiro- 

saki Shi, Aomori Ken. (Tel. 2213) 
Broadhead, Elder David, LDS 236 

3 Chome, Ogikubo, Suginami Ku, HziEi/\- 

Tokyo. 7*v- 

Broman, Rev. & Mrs. David, 1950, 

NTM 255 Yamanoms Machi, Ichi- 

noseki Shi, Iwate Ken. 
Broman, Rev. Paul, 1950, NTM 8 

Chome, Sanbongi Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Broman, Mr. Philip, 1954, NTM 

Takada Machi, Takada Shi, Iwate 

Ken. 
Brook, Mr. David, 1955, CJPM 445 

Hyakken Machi, Maebashi Shi, 

Gumma Ken. 
Brown, Miss D. E. L., 1955, SPG c/o 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 231 



Koran Jogakko, 1046, 7 Chome, 

Hiratsuka, Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 
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 -I^Ttl 

Nishi 17 Chome, Sapporo Shi, Hok 
kaido. (Tel. 2-4276) 
Brown, Miss T. J., 1953, OMF 21 

Yamamichi Cho, Hirosaki Shi, Ao- 

mori Ken. 
Browne, Mr. Montgomery, 1950, IND 

1538-10 Kamoe Cho, Hamamatsu Jin-A O 

Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 7* 

Browning, Mr. & Mrs. Neal, 1954, ^fjliy^ 

TEAM 2147 Konohana Cho, Saka- -pq L 

ide Shi, Kagawa Ken. 7" 7 V ~ i 

Browning, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. (Ph. 

D.) Willis P., i951, MC (IBQ 116 

Aoyama Minami Cho 6 Chome, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 40-1203) 
Brownlee, Rev. & Mrs. R. Wallace, 

1951, EUB (IBQ 62 Yayoi Cho, 

Tomakomai, Hokkaido. 
Bruce, Mr. & Mrs. G. O., 1954, SDA 

164-2 Onden 3 Chome, Shibuya 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel, 40-1171) 



DIRECTORIES 

Bruggers, Rev. & Mrs. Glenn, 1952, 

RCA (IBQ 137 Kami Arata Cho, WT-H-b 

Kagoshima Shi, Kagoshima Ken. f ^ ytfr-X 

Bruinooge, Rev. & Mrs. Henry, 1951, 

CRJM (Furlough 55-56). 17 Waka- 

matsu Cho, Kofu Shi, Yamanashi 

Ksn. (Tel. Kofu 2535) 
Bruner, Rev. & Mrs. Glen, 1920, MC 

(IBQ 116 Aoyama Minami Cho 6 

Chome, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

40-1201) 
Bruns, Rev. & Mrs. Robert W., 1947, 

EUB (IBC) 5936 Tokiwa Cho, Mito *^A y y^x 

Shi, Ibaragi Ken. (Tel. 4093) 
Brunschweiler, Mr. Walter, IND 1530 W^^^^-M^ &i 

Yaita Machi, Shioya Gun, Tochigi SHIO 

Ken. i/JH/s/aX-f ?-: 

Brustad, Miss Aslaug, 1951, NEOM 

(Furlough 55-56), Haramachi Shi, 

Fukushima Ken. 
Brustad, Rev. & Mrs. Otto, LBA 8 

Kami Cho, Narayama, Motoshin- 

machi, Akita Shi, Akita Ken. (Tel. 

4949) 
Bruun, Miss Anna, 1951, FCM 

Katsuki Byoin, Komatsu Shi, Ishi- 

kawa Ken. 
Brynte, Rev. & Mrs. Thorsten, 1951, 






ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 233 

SHM (SMJ) (Furlough), Hillinge, 

Lyckasgard, Sweden. 
Buchanan, Miss Elizabeth O, 1914, PS 

116 Yagoto Cho 2 Chome, Kasu- 

gai Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Buckland, Miss Ruth, 1924, PS 116 

Shigatsuta, Hongu Cho, Kochi Shi. 

(Tel. Kochi 2917) 
Buckwalter, Rev. & Mrs. (R. N.) Ralph 

E., 1949, M (Furlough 55-56: c/o 

Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana, 

USA), 13 Tsurugadai, Kushiro Shi, 

Hokkaido. 
Buckley, Mr. & Mrs. Earle R., 1952, 

YMCA 7-2 Fujimi Cho, Chiyoda wjno-L: YMCA 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-4261) M, 9 i^ 

Budd, Mr. Henry F., 1949, PEC 48 

Aoyama Minami Cho 1 Chome, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-5435; 

Off. 54-0126) 
Budd, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, IND 24 

3 Chome, Oji Machi, Abeno Ku, HTHnPH /< F 

Osaka Shi. 
Budd, Rev. & Mrs. John, 1952, JEM 

Miyanokoshi, Yokka Machi, Sanjo 

Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Buell, Miss Constance, (China) 1952, 

ABCFM (IBQ Kobe Jo Gakuin, 



234 DIRECTORIES 

Okadayama, Nishinomiya. (Tel. 2264) 
Bullis, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 1951, FM ^ 

Nagahama, Iwaya Cho, Tsuna Gun, 

Hyogo Ken. (Tel. Iwaya 53) 
Burney, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 1954, 

CC-SCM 1 146 Shimoochiai 3 Chome, T H 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 
Burnham, Elder Francis, LDS, c/o 

Masa Nitta, Minami Yokka Macfr, 

371 Sanjo Shi, Niigata. 
Bush, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. Ovid B. Jr., 

1953, PS 3 Kumochi Cho 1 Chome, 

Fukiai Ku, Kobe Shi. (Tel. Fukiai 

2-2591) 
Bushe, Miss S. L. K., 1921, CMS 17, 

San-ei-cho, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 
Buss, Rev. & Mrs. Bernhard, 1948, 

TEAM 112 2-Chome, Hakusan-ura, 

Niigata Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Buttray, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley, 1950, 

CCCM (Furlough 55-56), 575 Kami- 

ochiai 2 Chome, Shinjuku Ku. Tokyo. 

(Tel. 95-3056). (Meadville, Pennsyl 
vania, USA). 
Byers, Miss Florence M., AG 1-1743 

Aza Tesaki Sumiyoshi Cho, Higashi- 

nada Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Mikaga (8) 

3803) 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 235 



Byler, Miss Gertrude M., 1927, MC 

(IBC) 9 Nakakawarage Cho, Hiro- A M 7 - 

saki, Aomori Ken. (Tel. 2213) 

c 



Cain, Rev. & Mrs. Benson, 1953, 1950, 
PS 2-48 Nakajima Dori, 3 Chome, 
Fukiai Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai (2) 
7477) 

Calcote, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph V., 1951, 
SBC 8-36 Narumizu Machi, Yawata 
Shi, Fukuoka Ken. 

Calder, Miss Marguerite (China) , 1949, 
ABFMS Kanto Gakuin University, 
Mutsuura, Kanazawa Ku, Yokohama 
Shi. (Tel. Yokohama 3-9224) 

Caley, Miss Rhelinda, 1953, NTM 255 
Yamanome Machi, Ichinoseki Shi, 
Iwate Ken. 

Callaway, Rev. & Mrs. Tucker, (Ha 
waii), 1950, SBC (Furlough 55-56: 
Southern Baptist Seminary, Lexing 
ton Rd., Louisville, Kentucky), 979 
Hamamatsubara, Maedashi, Oaza, 
Fukuoka Shi. 

Cameron, Miss Moira, 1954, WEC 
569 Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kana- 



236 DIRECTORIES 

zaki Gun, Shiga Ken. (Tel. Ishizuka 

47). 
Campbell, Mr. & Mrs. Colis, 1948, 

ChC 1498 Yoyogi-Tomigaya, Shibu- 

ya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. Shibuya (46) **yx* 

2061). 
Campbell, Mr. J. J., 1955, OMF- S^W^;*^^ 

Tsutsui Machi, Tsutsui, Ooasa, Ao- 

mori Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Campbell, Miss Margaret H., 1953, 

UCC(IBC) 25 Nishi Kusabuka 

Machi, Shizuoka Shi. 
Campbell, Miss Vera, 1950, SBC 465 

Torikai Machi 6 Chome, Fukuoka 

Shi. (Tel. 2-3146) (Furlough 55: 

Fairburn, Georgia). 
Cannon, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L., 1948, 

ChC Omika, Kuji Machi, Hitachi 

Shi, Ibaragi Ken. (Tel. Kujihama 

2251). 
Carey, Rev. & Mrs. (R. N.) E. F., 

1947, UCC(IBC) 2/35, 3 Chome 

Denenchofu, Ota Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

72-4897). 
Carlow, Miss Margaret E., 1948, AG 

430-1, 3 Chome, Komagome, To- 

shima Ku, Tokyo. 
Carlson, Mr. & Mrs. Chester, 1949, 



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TEAM Hagiwara Machi, Masuda 

Gun, Gifu Ken. 
Carow, Rev. & Mrs. Albert, 1953, 

MSL 342 Nakayama, Oaza, Hanno, "t>U-! 

Iruma Gun, Saitama Ken. 
Carr, Elder Gail, LDS 275 Namie 

Cho, Takasaki Shi, Gumma Ken. bS 

Carrell, Mr. & Mrs. Wm. L., 1950, 

ChC 2699 Koganei Machi, Kitatama 

Gun, Tokyo-to. 
Carrick, Rev. & Mrs. Malcolm R., 

1950, PN(IBC) 138 Matsushiro Cho, 

Hamamatsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. (Fur- * * l) 

lough 55-56) 
Carrico, Mr. & Mrs. Willis, 1950, (MEW) 

TEAM (Furlough 55-56: 18820 

Arlington Torrance, California). 
Carroll, Miss Sally, 1926, MC(IBC)- 

Seiwa Joshi Tanki Daigaku, Okada- 

yama, Nishinomiya. (Tel. Nish. 

2009). 
Cary, Rev. Frank, 1911, ABCFM(IBC) 

20 Enoki Cho, Mizudo, Amagasa- 

ki Shi, Hyogo Ken. 
Cary, Mr. & Mrs. (M. D.) Otis, 1947, 

ABCFM (IBC) Associate Amherst 

House, Doshisha University, Kyoto, 

(Tel. 3-3736) ; Cable address ; 



238 DIRECTORIES 

AMHERSTHOUSE, KYOTO, 
Cassidy, Miss Bertha E. (China) , 1950 

AAMS 971 Yodoya Machi, Kura- 

yoshi Shi, Tottori Ken. (Tel. Kura- 

yoshi 278). 
Cederholm, Miss Margit (China) , 1950, 

SEOM(SMJ) 423 Homen Cho, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Cessna, Rev. & Mrs. William, WM 

261 3 Chome, Itabashi Machi, Itaba- 

shi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 96-2401). 
Chamberlain, Miss Addie, 1955, MC 

(IBQ Keimei High School, 35 Na- 

kayamate Dori, 4 Chome, Ikuta Ku, 

Kobe. (Tel. 2-3539). 
Chamberlain, Miss Phyllis, 1950, 

TEAM (Furlough) 405 So. Madi 
son, Pasadena 5, California, USA. 
Chambers, Mr. & Mrs. Bob, 1952, CC- 

NCM Box 8, Naka, Nagoya. 
Chandler, Miss M. F., 1953, SPG 

Koran Jogakko, 1046 Hiratsuka 7 

Chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo. f- -y > F 7 

Chandler, Rev. & Mrs. Vernon D. Jr., Kji} ^ mm ^ 

1954, ABWE Higashi P. O. Box # 33, 

Kagoshima Shi. (or, Hamanoichi, 

Hayatohinatayama Cho, Aira Gun, 

Kagoshima Ken) , -7- ^ >- K 7 - 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 239 



Chao, Rev. & Mrs. Charles H., 1951, 

RPM 11 Ichinotani Cho, 2 Chome, 

Suma Ku, Kobe. 
Chapman, Rev. & Mrs. E. N., 1916, 

PN(IBC) 2542 Yuki Cho, Tsu Shi, 

Mie Ken. 
Chappell, Miss Constance, 1912, UCC 

(IBQ Tokyo Woman s Christian T0 

College, 124 logimachi, 3 Chome, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-5522). 
Chappell, Miss Mary, 1912, UCC(IBC) 

c/o Tsudajiku-Daigaku, Kodaira 

Machi, Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. 

Kokubunji 421). 
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. 
Christmas, Mrs. Doris, 1949, TEAM 

-(Furlough 55-56). 1401 Rosalie 

Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 

USA. 
Christopher, Rev. & Mrs. R. C., 1950, 

SPG 97 Nakashin Cho, Takamatsu 

Shi. 
Clapp, Miss Frances B., (Mus. D.), 



240 DIRECTORIES 

1918, ABCFM (IBC) -Karasumaru 

Dori, Imadegawa Agaru, Nishi Iru, 

Karasumaru Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. 
(Tel. Nishijin (4) -147). 
Clark, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. C. F. 1953, 

SBC 1 Kami Ikeda Cho, Kitashiraka- 

wa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 7-5757) . 
Clark, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. Edward 

M., (So. America) 1920, PN(IBC) 

2/1103, 8 Chome, Koyama, Shina- 

gawa Ku. Tokyo. (Tel. 78-0869) 
Clark, Rev. & Mrs. Kenneth W., 1950, 

Hi-BA 1073 Ohara Cho, Setagaya 

Ku, Tokyo. (Furlough 55-56) (Tel. 

32-5602) 
Clark, Mr. & Mrs. Martin, 1950, CC- (^H4) 

OCM (Furlough 55-56). Mission 

Address; 31-6 Chome, Nakamiya 

Cho, Asahi Ku, Osaka City. 
Clark, Miss Thelma, 1950, TEAM 

(Furlough 55-56). Pottruff Road, 

South, R. R. #3 Hamilton, Ontario, 

Canada. 
Clark, Rev. & Mrs. W. T., 1950, SDA 

11 Nakajimadori 3 Chome, Fukiai + 9 7 - 

Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 2-0537). 
Clarke, Rev. & Mrs. Coleman D., 1945. 
SBC 2/50 Minamida Mach, Jodoji, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 241 

Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 7-2257). 
Clarke, Miss Elizabeth., 1948, MC 

(IBQ Interboard House, 4 of 12 

Shiba Park, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 43-2188). 
Clarke, Miss Eunice G. 1950, JEB 

c/o 11 of 5, Shiomidai Cho, Suma 

Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Classen, Miss Ann, 1953, FEGC 3803 

Matsuba Cho, Higashi Matsuyama =AOH 

Shi, Saitama Ken. 
Classen, Miss Martha, 1951, FEGC 

3803 Matsuba Cho, Higashi Matsya- =AOH 

ma Shi, Saitama Ken. 
Clement, Rev. & Mrs. John J., 1933, 

AG 430-1, 3 Chome, Komagome, 

Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 94-5115). 
Clements, Rev. & Mrs. Don., 1951, 

PAC (Furlough 54-55). 50 Euston 

Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Clench, Miss Marguerite, 1923, MSCC 

(Honorary). .4002 Baba-no-Cho, 

Ueda Shi, Nagano Ken. 
Clugston, Rev. & Mrs. Donald A., 

1949, UCC(IBC) 5 Jo, 23 Chome, 

Asahigawa, Hokkaido. 
Coaldrake, Rev. & Mrs. Frankw, 1947, 

CE(AUST) 960 Oka Ku, Ito Shi. 



242 DIRECTORIES 

(Tel. Ito 3025). 
Coates, Mr. & Mrs. E. D., AGGB 48 fl^JH 

Miyamae Cho, Kawasaki Shi, Kana- 

gawa Ken. 
Cobb, Miss Ann, 1955, ABCFM(IBC) 

Kobe Jo Gakuin, Okadayama, 

Nishinomiya. (Tel. Nishinomiya 

2264). 

Cobb, Rev. & Mrs. John B., 1918, MC 
(IBC) 8 Kitanagasa dori, 4 Chome, 
Ikuta Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai (2)- 
2961) (Furlough 55-56). 

Cogswell, Rev. & Mrs. James A., 
1949, PS 106 Asahi Machi, Toyoha- 
shi Shi. 

Colberg, Miss Lois (R. N.), 1950, ALM 
628-7 Chome, Ujina Machi, Hiro 
shima Shi. (Tel. 4-2720) (On Furl 
ough, 55- 56) 2445 Park Ave. Min 
neapolis 4, Minnesota, U. S. A.) 

Cole, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 1952, CBFMS 
53 Tamachi, Minato, Ishinomaki 
Shi, Miyagi Ken. 

Cole, Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 1937.. CC- 
OCM 47 Shishigakuchi, Koyoen, ^PH 
Nishinomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. 

Coleman, Rev. Robert H., 1951, PEC OiH40 
(Furlough 55-56) c/o Protestant 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 243 

Episcopal Church, 281 4th Avenue, 

New York 10, N. Y. 
Collins, Rev. & Mrs. Jacob F., 1950, 

OBS 1-102, 4 Chome, Sumida 

Machi, Sumida Ku, Tokyo. 
Collins, Mr. & Mrs. Tim, 1950, ASC 

(Furlough) c/o American Soul 

Clinic, Box 69, Main Post Office, 

Los Angeles 53, Calif. 
Colston, Miss Augusta, 1951, FEGC 

4365 Hiraide Machi, Utsunomiya 

Shi, Tochigi Ken. 
Combs, Miss Marion, 1950, OEM 

(Leave of absence) 
Connell, Miss Juanita, 1952, PS 439 

Nakabu, Marugame Shi, Kagawa 

Ken. 
Connely, Dr. (D. D,) & Mrs. Frank 

H., 1952, SBC 35/1177 Yoyogi Ue- 

hara, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46- 

2347) 
Cook, Miss Dulcie, 1930, UCC(IBC)- 

22 Sakuragi Kunoshoji, Tera Machi, 

3 Chome, Kanazawa Shi. (Tel. 3- 

0163) 
Cook, Elder Marion H., LDS 125 

Ryusuke Cho, Komatsu Shi, Ishika- 

wa Ken. 



244 DIRECTORIES 

Cooke, Miss Daphne, (England). 1955, 

WT 772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku 

Ku, Yokohama Shi. 
Cooke, Mr. & Mrs. T. T. S., 1948, 

CJPM 445 Hyakken Machi, Maeba- 

shi, Gumma Ken. 
Coote, Dr. (D. D.) Leonard W., 1914, 

JAM Ikoma Cho, Nara Ken. 
Copeland, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Luther, 

1948, SBC 425 Hoshiguma Oaza, a-X9*f 

Fukuoka Shi. (Tel. 2-6481) 
Corl, Rev. & Mrs. Javan, 1955, EUB 

(IBC) 353 Nakazato Cho, Kita Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 82-1555) 
Cornelius, Miss D. C., (China), 1951, 

OMF 2-51 Aza Minota, Fukunoda, 

Itayanagi Machi, Aomori Ken. 3 - ^ >; >> 7; 

Corwin, Mr. & Mrs. C. M., 1952, ffimm&g*!5iftm 

CJPM 82 Munetaka Cho, Isesaki, A a - n> V i * 

Gumma Ken. 
Coryell, Mrs. Ada, 1950, ASC Maru- *B7UN 

yama Dori, 2 Chome, Abeno Ku, -~TB 

Osaka Shi. 
Coryell, Miss Ada, 1950, ASC Maru- 

yama Dori, 2 Chome, Abeno Ku, 

Osaka Shi. 
Cosens, Miss (Rev.) E. Marguerite, 

1955, UCC(IBC) 2 Higashi Toriiza- J&BJ: 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 245 

ka, Azabu, Minato ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
48-3325) 
Counts, Mr. & Mrs. W. A. (Korea), 

1950, WT 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka 
Ku, Nagoya Shi. 

Courtney, Mrs. Richard, 1952, TEAM OfS*) 
-(Furlough 55-56) c/o Mrs. Fern 
Anderson, 713 15th St., N. W., Cal 
gary, Alberta, Canada. 

Cox, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 1953, 1952, 
TEAM 295 Nakano Cho, Takama- 
tsu Shi, Kagawa Ken. 

Craighill, Rev. & Mrs. Lloyd R., Jr., 

1951, PEC Hongo Dori, 1 Chome, 
Yamato Takada Shi. 

Crawford, Mr. & Mrs. Coy, 1951, 

NTM Takada Machi, Takada Shi, ? - 7 * r- F 

Iwate Kerr. 
Crew, Miss Angie, (Near East), 1923, 

ABCFM(IBC) Kobe Jo Gakuin, 

Okadayama, Nishinomiya. (Tel. Ni- 

shinomiya 2264) 
Croskrey, Miss Dorothy E., 1949, MC 

(IBQ 42 Nishi Yohane Cho, Fuku- 23- 

oka Shi, Fukuoka Ken. 
Crowder, Miss Rebekah, 1954, NTM 

139 Kurumegawa, Higashi-muraya- 

ma Machi, Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. 



246 DIRECTORIES 

Crowley, Mr. & Mrs. Dale., Jr., 1952, 
IND Omuki, Mukae Mura, Sannoe- 
gun, Aomoi Ken. 

Croyle, Miss Winifred B., 1950, IGL 
93 Uyama, Sumoto Shi, Hyogo 
Ken. 

Cryderman, Rev. Dale, YFC (Fur 
lough) P. O. Box 1014, Central Post 
Office, Tokyo. 

Cuddeford, Miss Muriel, (England, 
1955, WT 772 Shinohara Cho, Ko- 
hoku Ku, Yokohama. 

Culpepper, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. R. H., 
1950, SBC 11 Banchi 2 Chome, 
Hirao Sanso Dori, Fukuoka Shi. 

Cundiff, Mr. William S., 1952, E&R 

(IBQ 61 Kozenji dori, Sendai, V 
Miyagi Ken. (Tel. 3256). 

Cunningham, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, JKJI, 
1953, ALM 628 Ujina Machi, 7 A 
Chome, Hiroshima Shi. (Tel. 4-2720). 

Currell, Miss Susan McD., 1921, PS 
116 Shigatsuta, Hongu Cho, Kochi 
Shi. (Tel. Kochi 2917). 

Curry, Miss Olive, 1923, MC(IBC) 
Kwassui Junior College, 12 Higashi 
Yamate Dori, Nagasaki. (Tel. 1416). 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 247 



J) 

Dahl, Elder Richard A., LDS 29 
Shinohara Machi, Kohoku Ku, Yoko 
hama. 

Dail, Miss Lucy Marie, 1955, MC(IBC) 
69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. ft 
(Tel. 46-1909). 

Dale, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel, 1952, TEAM j|| 
994 Miyawaki Cho, Takamatsu 
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, Shimadagashi, 
Oyama Kyoku-ku-nai, Tochigi Ken. 

Dales, Miss Laura, 1949, TEAM 
(Furlough 54-56) Prairie Bible In 
stitute, Three Hills, Alberta, 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) 16-1 Chome, 
Fujimi Cho, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 



248 DIRECTORIES 

Dann, Miss Janet M., 1951, ACF 154 

Nakadori, Ononii Machi, Tamura 

Gun, Fukushima Ken. 
Darby, Miss Laura W., (China), 1952, 

UCC(IBC) 5090 Moto Joya Machi, 

Kofu, Yamanashi Ken. (Tel. 5451). 
Daub, Rev. & Mrs. Edward, 1951, PN 

(IBC) 16 of 4 Nagamine Yama, 

Oishi, Nada Ku, Kobe. 
Davidson, Rev. & Mrs. Lewis E., 1951, 

ELC 1984 Otsu dori, Shimada Shi, 1iAM 

Shizuoka Ken. ^i 

Davies, Mr. & Mrs. D. E., 1937, AGGB 

1/54 Watarida Shin Cho, Kawa 
saki Shi, Kanagawa Ken. (Furlough) . 
Davis, Miss Carnella, 1951, WEC c/o 

Mr. Kouichi Nakagawa, 1003 Jifuki- 

ji Cho, Nagahama Shi, Shiga Ken. 
Davis, Mr, Ernest, 1926, CA c/o S. 

J. Lang, 1521-4 Chome, Egota EH S~ SJ.y 

Machi, Nakano Ku, Tokyo, (or Box 

982, Central Post Office, Tokyo). 
Davis, Mr. & Mrs. Francis, 1951, 1956, 

OMS 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664) . 
Davis, Rev. & Mrs. Harrison R. S. Jr., 

1950, CN 229 Oyama Cho, Tama- 

gawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 249 

72-5667). 
Davis, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, 1951, CC- 

NCM 13-3 Chome, Tokugawayama 

Cho, Chigusaku, Nagoya Shi. r - ? -f 

Davis, Rev. & Mrs. Linwood, 1953, 

MSL 71 Miyamura Cho, Azabu, 

Minato 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 OHQH 

Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. F->*>X 

36-2419). 
Dawson, Rev. Douglas, 1950, OBM WprftH^g^MIA* 

Sam-no-miya PO Box 761, Kobe. 
Dawson, Mr. & Mrs. George, 1953, 



ABFMS 4 Miharudai, Minami Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. Yokohama 3-6628) , 
Deal, Rev. & Mrs. Harold G., 1948, 

ULCA 22 Tokugawa Cho 3 Chome, 

Higashi Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. 4-3223). 
Dean, Miss Barbara, 1950, TEAM 

(Furlough 55-56) , Wheaton College, 

Wheaton, Illinois, USA. 
Dearn, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon A., (Eng 
land), 1951, WT 772 Shinohara -l:^ r-fT-v 



250 DIRECTORIES 

Cho, Kohoku Ku, Yokohama. 
DeCamp, Miss Grace, 1947, TEAM 

2 Chome, Hatsuda Cho, Takayama 

shi, Gifu Ken. 
Degelman, Mr. & Mrs. O. R, 1947, 

TEAM 350 Honmoku Machi, 2 =2O 

Chome, Naka Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 

Yokohama 2-7986). 
Degerman, Miss Bessie, 1954, TEAM 

597 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano 

Ken. 
DeLong, Miss Lelah, 1949, TEAM 

(Furlough 54-56). 116 Iowa Ave., 

Riverside, California., USA. 
deMaagd, Rev. & Mrs. John C., 1928, 

RCA(IBC) 37 Yamate, Naka Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. 2-9183). 
Derksen, Mr. & Mrs. Peter, 1954, 

GCMM-122 Yamamoto Dori, 4 

Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 
DeShazer, Rev. & Mrs. Jacob, 1948, 

FM Asbury Seminary, Wilmore, 

Kentucky. (Furlough). 
Deter, Miss Virginia, 1950, PN(IBC) 

Hokuriku Gakuin, 10 Kami Kaki- 

nokibatake, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 

Ken. (Tel. 2-0763). (Furlough 55- 

56). 



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251 



Detton, Elder Richard, LDS 29 Shino- 

hara Machi, Kohoku Ku, Yokohama. 
Dexter, Mr. & Mrs. A., IND 274 3 

Chome, Hyakunin Cho, Shinjuku Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Dick, Miss Cornelia, 1955, PS 112 

Yamamoto Dori 4 Chome, Ikuta 

Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Fukuai (2) 1887). 
Dievendorf, Mrs. Anne, 1922, CM A 

255 Itsukaitchi Machi, Saiki Gun, 

Hiroshima Ken. 
Dillard, Miss Mary, 1950, OEM 

San-no-miya P. O., Box 761, Kobe. 
Dillon, Rev. & Mrs. Alan B., 1948, 

FEGC 1183 Zushi, Zushi Shi, Kana- 

gawa Ken. (Tel. 978). 
Dithridge, Miss Harriett, BPT 30 4 

Chome, Shibazaki Cho, Tachikawa 

Shi, Tokyo. 
Dittemore, Mrs. Isabel M., 1951, CC- 

KCM 146 Tempozan Cho, Kago- 

shima City. (Furlough: Church St. 

Staion, Box 245, New York 8, N. 

Y.) 
Doernen, Miss Waltraut, IND 2136 

Iruma Cho, Shiki Machi, Saitama 

Ken. 
Doi, Mrs. Dorothy Iwabuchi, 1952, 



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252 DIRECTORIES 

ASC-9 Kumi Wakakusa Cho, Beppu F-f 

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 Moto Joya Machi, Kofu, 

Yamanashi Ken. (Tel. 5451). 
Downs, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. Darley, 

1919, ABCFM(IBC) 12 Hachiyama, 

Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-2777). 
Doyle, Mr. & Mrs. Charles W., 1948, 

ChC Omika, Kuji Machi, Hitachi |g K-f;v- 

Shi, Ibaraki Ken. (Tel. Kujihama 

2251). 
Dozier, Mrs. C. K., 1906, SBC 2325 

Kami Meguro 5 Chome, Meguro 

Ku, Tokyo. 

Dozier, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin B. (Ha 
waii), 1933, SBC 110 1 Chome, o 

Shimo Uma Cho, Setagaya Ku, To- F - f J -v - 

kyo. (Tel. 42-0608). 
Draper, Rev. William F., 1953, PEC- 

8 Motokaji Cho, Sendai shi. (Tel. 

Sendai 2-4684). 
Driskill, Rev. & Mrs. J. Lawrence, 

1951, PF (IBC) 335 Furuno, Kawa- 

chinagano Shi, Osaka Fu. (Furlough 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 253 

55-56). 
Drivstuen, Miss Dagny (China), 1949, ,ij<KIS/J N ffl7fJ 

NLM Oda Shi, Shimane Ken. F !J ^^f- * - ^ 

Drummond, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. H^Tir-H^KiS Hzi 

Richard, 1949, PN(IBC) 242 Zaimo- V?^^ F 

kuza, Kamakura (Tel. Kamakura 

1720) . 
Dunbar, Mr. Virgil, 1956, QMS 391 

Kashiwagi 3 chome, Shinjuku Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 
Dunn, Rev. & Mrs. Ed, 1954, BBF 

894 Daimon Dori, Ota Shi, Gumma 

Ken. 
Dupree, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 1953, 

1956, OMS 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, HH/L 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664) . 
Duran, Mr. & Mrs. Fred R., 1955, 

TEAM 1231 Karuizawa Machi, 

Nagano Ken. 
Dyck, Miss Anna, 1953, GCMM 5330 

Namiki, Kami Kawa Higashi Machi, 

Miyakonojo, Miyazaki. 
Dyck, Miss Susan, 1953, CMA-60 

Kitata Machi, Matsue Shi, Shimane O 

Ken. 
Dyer, Miss Lois, (Malay, N. Z., Aus.), 

1950, WT 68/285 Shingoryoguchi 

Cho, Kita-kyoku Ku, Kyoto. 



254 



DIRECTORIES 



Dyer, Mr. Stanley, 1956, QMS 391 

Kashiwagi 3 Chome, Shinju Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 
Dyson, Miss Mary, 1955, JEB 11 of 

5, Shiomidai Cho, Suma Ku, Kobe 

Shi. 



E 

Eagle, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, 1950, 

TEAM 35 Ote Machi, Shimizu, 

Shizuoka Ken. 
Ebinger, Miss Frieda, 1953, GMM 

Higashi Naruo 12, Naruo Cho, Nishi- 

nomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. 
Eckel, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. W. A., 

1916, 1950, CN (Furlough). 
Eddy, Rev. & Mrs. William D., 1950 

PEC Nishi 5 Chome, Kita 15- Jo, 

Sapporo. 
Edgerton, Miss Daisy Bell, 1949, 

UCMS(IBC) 353 Nakazato Cho, 

Kita Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 82-1555). 
Ediger, Rev. & Mrs. Ferd, 1953, 

GCMM Tomitaka Machi, Hyuga 

Shi, Miyazaki Ken. 
Edwards, Miss L. B., 1953, OMF 49 

Sawada, Tsukurimichi, Aomori Shi, 






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ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 255 

Aomori Ken. 
Eikamp, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur R., 1949, 

CG (Furlough) c/o Missionary 

Board, 1303 East Fifth Street, An 
derson, Indiana. 93, 3 Chome, Oku- 

sawa Machi, Tamagawa, Setagaya 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Eikli, Rev. & Mrs. Gabriel, (China), 

1949, NLM 27-5 Chimori Machi, 

1 Chome, Suma, Kobe. (Tel. Kobe 

(7) 1662). 
Eimon, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 1954, 

ELC 21 Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Eitel, Dr. (M. D.) K. F. & Mrs. Anna, 

1951, LM 58 Shoto Machi, Shibuya A 7 J 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-4970). 
Elder, Rev. & Mrs. William M., 1948, 

MC(IBC) 20 Kuritani Cho, Tottori O 

Shi, Tottori Ken. 
Eldridge, Rev. & Mrs. Paul H. (Phi- ^ 

lippines), 1937, SDA 164-2 Onden, g 

3 Chome, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

40-1171). 
Ellis, Rev. Andrew B., 1951, ULCA (^0 

351 Oya Machi Moto, Kumamoto ^ 

Shi. (Tel. 566). (Furlough 56) 
Elmer, Miss Ruth, (China), 1949, EUB 



256 DIRECTORIES 

(IBQ 84 Sasugaya Cho, Bunkyo 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 92-5516). 

Elson, Mrs. Wilho, 1950, SSM (Fur 
lough) Box 465, Chassell, Mich. 

Emanuel, Rev. & Mrs. B. P., 1950, 
SBC 252 Miyawaki Cho, Takama- 
tsu Shi. (Tel. 5926). 

Endo, Sister Irene, LDS 55 9 Chome 
Honmachi, Toyonaka Shi, Osaka 
Fu. 

Engebretsen, Miss Gudrun, 1952, 
NEOM Ueda, Nakoso Shi, Fuku- 
shima ken. 

Engeman, Rev. & Mrs. Hairy, 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 
(SM J) (Furlough) . Missionaenshe- 
mmet, Duvbo, Sundbyberg 2, Swe 
den. 

Enniss, Elder Noel H., LDS Kita 2 
Jo Nishi 24 chome, Sapporo Shi, 
Hokkaido. 

Ericson, Rev. & Mrs. Wilbert, 1953, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 257 

ALM 477 Nishimiya Cho, Mihara -b-b 9 * V? : 

Shi, Hiroshima Ken. (Tel. Mihara 

1044) . 
Eriksen, Miss Ruth, 1952, LBA P. O. 

Yokoyama, Higashi-Tagawa Gun, 

Yamagata Ken, Sanbongi Mura. 
Eriksson, Miss Astrid (China), 1953, 

SFM(SMJ) 451 Tsurumi Machi, 

Tsurumi Ku, Yokohama Shi. 
Eriksson, Rev. & Mrs. E. Paul (Mon 
golia) , 1951, SEMJ (SMJ) 77 Midori -b ^ J 9 V : 

Cho, Tomakomai Shi, Hokkaido. 
Eriksson, Miss Linnea, 1951, OMSS ^KFttA 

(SMJ) 98-2 Mitsu, Yao Shi, Osaka 

Fu. 
Ershammar, Rev. & Mrs. Self rid, (jJfUJ^) 

(China), 1950, SEOM (SMJ) (Fur 
lough) Kvidinge, Sweden. 
Ettling, Mr. & Mrs. A. G., 1953, LM 

1933 Nakanoshima, Kawasaki Shi, 

Kanagawa Ken. 
Euler, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 1951, 

TEAM 88 Aza Kaino, Oaza Tama- 

no, Kozoji Machi, Higashikasugai 

Gun, Aichi Ken. 
Ewing, Miss, Hettie Lee, 1926, ChC 

7/2 Sakae Cho, Shizuoka Shi. 



258 DIRECTORIES 



Faber, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest D., 1954, 

CC-HCM 16 Wakaba Cho, Shinju- 

ku Ku, Tokyo. 
Fadel, Mr. & Mrs. Allen, 1951, TEAM 

54 Matsubara Cho, Aomori Shi, 3 7 x 

Aomori Ken. 
Fairfield, Mr. & Mrs. John F. (China) , 

1951, ABCFM (IBQ 12 Hachiyama z: 

Cho, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46- 7 * r 7 

2777) 
Falck, Miss Elizabeth N., 1951, PEC 

Rikkyo Univ., 3 Chome, Ikebuku- 

ro, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 97- 

3121) 
Fanger, Rev. & Mrs. Clifford, 1949, 

NTM 1327, Mamada Machi, Tochi- -fc 7 -, >ff- 

gi Ken. 
Fanger, Mr. Richard, 1951, NTM 

Tomonuma, 984 Nogi Mura, Shimo- 

tsuga Gun, Tochigi Ken. 
Faris, Miss Eleanor, 1955, RPM 39, 

1 chome, Nakayamate Dori, Ikuta 

Ku, Kobe. 
Farnham, Miss Grace, 1925, CC-MCM 

4-500 Mabashi, Suginami Ku, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 259 

Tokyo. ~? -r ~ "s^J* 

Feely, Miss (Rev.) Gertrude (Ed. D.), (&S4 ) : f$3 a TftJBKE 

(Philippines) , 1931, MC (IBC) (Fur- w; 99*+t 

lough 55-56) Christian Youth Center, i/>x.- x--fs? - 

Mikage Cho, Higashi Nada Ku, f A J 7 4+-$ 4 

Kobe. (Tel. 8-3793) 
Feil, Rev. Paul, 1954, ULCA 303 ^Mf^fSIKWA^J H 

Hyakunin Machi, 3 Chome, Shinju- OHOH 7 7 -f ;i/ 

ku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 36-2419) 
Fensome, Miss Alice E., 1948, FM (-jf gt) 

(Furlough) Seattle Pacific College, 

Seattle 99, Washington. 
Fichtner, Miss Anne C., 1955, EUB ^F 1 Tfji|!H #*r <f 

(IBC) Canadian Academy, Nada T>T% -f 5. - ft 

Ku, Kobe. 7 i fc h 1- - 

Fielder, Rev. & Mrs. Gerald, 1954, 

SBC 18 Koyama Hananogi Cho, 

Kita Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 4-6709) ? i ~ 

Finch, Miss Mary D., 1925, MC(IBC) 

Hiroshima Jo Gakuin, 49 Kami- 

nagarekawa Cho, Hiroshima Shi. 
Finnseth, Rev. Per, 1952, NLM 121 

Soto Nakabara Cho, Matsue Shi, 

Shimane Ken. 
Finrow, Miss Patricia, 1951, TEAM 

992-4 Chome, Shimotakaido, Sugina- 

mi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-7079) 
Firebaugh, Miss Martha E., 1951, PN 



260 DIRECTORIES 

(IBC) Tokyo Woman s Christian 

College, 124 logi Machi, 3 Chome, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-2255) 
Fisch, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin (China), 

1951, TEAM 346 Eifuku Cho, Sugi- KA 7 < y > 

nami Ku, Tokyo. 
Fisher, Mr. & Mrs. H. E., (China), 

1951, OMF Tsutsui Machi, Tsutsui, 

Ooaza, Aomori Shi, Aomori Ken. ~7 ^ 

Flaherty, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore E., 

1949, 1953, RCA (IBC) 345 Sanko 

Cho, Shirokane, Shiba, Minato Ku, 

Tokyo. (Emergency Tel., Dormitory 

45-0845) 
Fleenor, Mr. & Mrs. Julius, 1950, 

CC-MCM (Furlough) 3-1140 Shi- T&^= HO 

moochiai, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. ^ 7 

Fleischman, Miss Lorraine, 1952, 

CBFMS, 83 Tsutsumi Dori, Sendai 

Shi. 
Fleischmann, Miss Babette, 1951, 

GMM 12 Higashi Naruo Cho. Nishi- + 

nomiya, Hyogo Ken. 7 7 -f v ^ -^ ^ 

Fletcher, Elder Robert, LDS 40, Nishi X7frMfgffi^^UJ 

1 Chome, Tezukayama, Abeno Ku, H TBHO 

Osaka Shi. 7 f ^ * - 

Fletcher, Miss Shirley M., 1952, MSCC ffi rfr W;^T H -f- 

16 1 Chome, Itsuki Cho, Tokushi- ^ 7 ^ y =f- ^ - 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 261 

ma Shi, 
Floyd, Mr. Roger W., 1953, MC(IBC) 

7, 10 Chome, Daiko Cho, Higashi TB-b 

Ku, Nagoya. 
Floyd, Mrs. Ruth, 1949, AG (Fur- (.jug^) 

lough) 
Foerstel, Miss Marie, 1927, MSCC- -gg^ff 

229 Nishi Nagano Machi, Nagano- y^r^riv 

shi. (Tel. Nagano 2961) 
Fontnote, Dr. (M. D.) Audrey, 1952, 

SBC 22 Kami Ikeda Cho, Kitashi- 

rakawa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 7- 

5777) 
Ford, Mr. & Mrs. Einar, 1953, EFCA 

188 Motobuto Machi, Urawa Shi, /\;\ 

Saitama Ken. 
Foreman, Miss Alice, 1955, CBFMS jfujrf&^ftffllE^M 

5-1 Chome, Surugadai, Chiyoda Ku, TH2 

Tokyo. (Tel. 29-2512) 
Foreman, Mr. Burton V., 1951, PN 

(IBC) c/o Sekiba Sadamu, 1466 

Yoyogi Tomigaya, Shibuya Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 46-5785) 
Forester, Rev. & Mrs. Thomas, 1953, 

CPC Aza Hei, 5-go, 3366-3, Shimo 

Tsuruma, Yamato Machi, Koza 

Gun, Kanagawa Ken. (Tel. Yamato 

409) 



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262 DIRECTORIES 

Forsberg, Miss Ruth, 1947, TEAM 

2 Chome, Hatsuda Cho, Takayama 

Shi, Gifu Ken, 
Fosnot, Miss (Ph. D.) Pearl B., 

(China), 1953, MC(IBC) 11 Konno 7*^1- 

Cho, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

40-0507) 
Foss, Miss Eleanor M. (Ceylon) , 1936, 

CMS Principal, Poole Gakuin Junior 

College, Poole Gakuin, Katsuyama 

Dori, Ikuno Ku, Osaka. (Tel. Ten- 

noji 290) 
Foss, Miss Marit (China) 1951, NLM 

3 Nakajima Dori, 2 Chome, Fuki- 

ai Ku, Kobe. 

Foster, Miss Mary C, 1954, MC(IBC) 
c/o Sasae Ando, 209 Seijo Mach , 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Foster, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1949, 

FEGC (Furlough) c/o J. S. Tyley, 

1641 N. 78th Ave., Elmwood Park 

35, 111. 
Fowler, Mr. J. Earl, 1953, PEC 19 

Akashi Cho, Chuo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. A 

54-5151, 5163) 
Fox, Mr. & Mrs. Harry Robert, Jr., 

1947, ChC Omika, Kuji Machi, 

Hitachi Shi, Ibaraki Ken. (Tel. Kuji- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 263 

hama 2251) 
Fox, Mr. & Mrs. Logan J., 1948, ChC 

Omika, Kuji Machi, Hitachi Shi, 

Ibaraki Ken. (Tel. Kujihama 2251) 
Fox, Rev. & Mrs. Roger, 1951, FEGC 

76-2 Dai Machi, 3 Chome, Hachi- 

oji Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. 3336) 
Foxwell, Rev. & Mrs. Philip R., 1948, 

IBPFM 273 Horinouchi 1 Chome, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017) 
Francey, Mr. & Mrs. Jack, 1955, 1952, 

ICFG 569 No. 1, Higashi Oizumi, 

Nerima Ku, Tokyo. 
Francis, Miss Mable, 1909, CMA 

Minami Horibata, Matsuyama Shi, 7 7 > 

Shikoku. (Tel. 1009) 
Frandell, Rev. & Mrs. Karl, 1950, 

SAMJ (SMJ) 141 Kamiikegawa Cho, 

Hamamatsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Franklin, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. Sam 

H., Jr., 1929, PN(IBC) (Furlough 

55-56) 890 Mure, Mitaka Shi, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 398-5047) 
Fredlund, Miss M. M. (China), 1952, 

OMF 21 Yamamichi Cho, Hirosaki - 7 f K ? V F 

Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Frens, Mr. & Mrs. James, 1950, TEAM (MS 1 ! 1 ) 

(Furlough 55-56) R. R. 2, Holland, 



264 DIRECTORIES 

Mich. 
Fridell, Rev. & Mrs. Wilbur, 1948, 

ABFMS 550 Totsuka Machi 1 Cho- TSSSO 

me,Shinjuku Ku,Tokyo. (Tel. 34-3687) ~J y r - ^ 

Friesen, Miss A., 1954, OMF 2305 SJ13i-fl--^wrz:~C> 

Karuizawa, Nagano Ken. E 7 J - -if y 

Friesen, Mr. Abe, 1955, OMF Tsutsui W&ip. Wrii^m* 

F3 T KxTC F3 -^j\ I l-J ^X~T J |RjTr 

Machi, Tsutsui, Ooaza, Aomori Shi, 

Aomori Ken. 
Friesen, Miss Arlene, 1953, FEGC 

29 Shimo Cho, Mitsuzawa, Kanaga- 

wa Ku, Yokohama. 
Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 1951, 

MB 59 Sompachi Cho, 4 Jo Dori, 

Ishibashi Soen, Ikeda Shi, Osaka 

Fu. (Tel. Ikeda 210) 
Friesen, Mr. Jacob, 1955, TEAM 

1190 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano Ken. O 79- 

Friesen, Miss Leonore, 1951, GCMM 

-(On furlough) 50, 3-Chome Yodo- 

gawa Cho, Miyazaki Shi, (Tel 7 !J - 

4009) 

Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. Roland, 1952, 

FEGC 29 Shimo Cho Mitszawa, 

Kanagawa Ku, Yokohama. 
Friesen, Miss Susan, 1952, ASC 8 

Hira Machi, Sasebo Shi, Nagasaki 

Ken. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 265 



Friesen, Rev. & Mrs. W., 1953, JEM 

411 Higashi Senjumachi, Nagaoka 

Shi. 
Frivold, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1952, 

AG 2-3 Ishikawa Cho, Mizuho Ku, 

Nagoya. 
Fromm, Rev. & Mrs. Elwood P., 1953, 

MSL 1226 West 10, South 18, Sap 
poro Shi, Hokkaido. 
Fugleberg, Gudrun, IND c/o Ichiro 

Ito, 617 Hatsudai Cho, Yoyogi, Shi- WTA i: 

buya Ku, Tokyo. 
Fukada, Mrs. Robert, 1955, MC(IBC) 8$&7t5]gEi8fflBT- 

Seibi Gakuen, 124 Maita Machi, H 

Minami Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 3- 

7363) 
Fukase, Mr. Tsutomu, 1954, WT 1 ^[S=Mf 

Toyooka Cho, Shiba Mita, Minato WJ $ 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Fuller, Rev. & Mrs. Dwight, 1951, 

EFCA (On furlough 2019 7th Ave. 

Greeley, Col.) 43 Minami Shiba Cho, 

Shimogamo, Kyoto. 
Fulton, Mr. & Mrs. Lon, 1950, WEC 

569 Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kan- 

zaki Gun, Shiga Ken. (Tel. Ishizaka ? ^ 

47) 
Fultz, Miss Catherine, 1951, PS 1 



266 DIRECTORIES 

Yamada Cho 3 Chome, Nada Ku, 

Kobe. (Teh 8-2760) 
Fultz, Mrs. Exie Jane, CC-CRM 67 

Yokoya, Uozaki Cho, Higashi Nada M 

Ku, Kobe. 
Funk, Miss Elsie, 1949, BGCA c/o (<M 

Yachiyo Ryokan, Gobo Shi, Waka- H? 

yama Ken. (Furlough 55-56) 
Funk, Sister Helen June, LDS Kita 

2 Jo Nishi 24 Chome, Sapporo Shi, 

Hokkaido. 
Funk, Elder Lewis J., LDS 34-1 

Chome, Hachiman Dori, Shibuya 

Ku, Tokyo. 

Q 



Gaardlos, Miss Ruth, 1951, NEOM 
(Furlough) Mollergaten 20, Oslo, 

Norway. 
Gaenzle, Mr. Heinz, 1956, LM 1933 

Nakanoshima, Kawasaki Shi, Kana- 

gawa Ken. 
Galloway, Mr. & Mrs. Jim, 1956, 1954, 

BPT 341 Harakomiya, Akita Machi, 

Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 
Gambles, Elder Harry B., LDS 1- 

242 Hakusan Ura, Niigata Shi, Niiga- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 267 



ta Ken. 
Gamblin, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur E., 1953, 

MC(IBC) 8 Kitanagasa Dori 4 A 

Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 

2-2961) 
Gamlen, Miss Anna (China), 1949, 

NLM 121 Soto Nakabara Cho, 

Matsue, Shimane Ken. (Furlough) 
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, ft 

Tokyo. (Tel. 54-5151) 
Garner, Miss Margaret, 1949, E & R 

(IBC) 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) (Furlough 55-56) 45 

Daigakumae, Senriyma, Suita, Osa 
ka Fu. 
Garrott, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. W. M., 

(Hawaii), 1934, SBC 423 Hoshigu- 

ma, Oaza, Fukuoka Shi, (Tel. 2- 

6481) 



268 DIRECTORIES 

Genberg, Miss Frida (China), 1951, 
SFM(SMJ) (Furlough) Filadelfia, 
Vaernamo, Sweden. 

Gerhard, Mr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Robert 
H., 1928, E&R(IBQ International 
Christian University, 1500 Osawa 
Mitaka Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. Musashino 
(398) -3791). 

Germany, Rev. & Mrs. Charles H., 
1947, MC(IBC) 506 Kamojima Cho, 
Oe Gun, Tokushima Ken. (Tel. Ka 
mojima 506). 

Gerry, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1951, WEC 
Imadegawa, Sagaru, Teramachi, 
Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto Shi. 

Getz, Mr. & Mrs. (R. N.) Pierce, 1953, 
E&R(IBQ 28 Uwacho, Komega- 
fukuro, Sendai. (Tel. 6812). 

Giesbrecht, Miss Martha, 1953, GCMM 
5330 Namiki, Kami Kawa Higashi 
Machi, Miyakonojo, Miyazaki. 

Gilbertson, Rev. & Mrs. Gaylen, 1953, 
ELC 78, 2 Chome, Torisu Cho, <^A 
Minami Ku, Nagoya. 

Giles, Miss Sara Rebecca, 1948, MC 
(IBC) lai Joshi Koto Gakko, 64 
Suginami Cho, Hakodate. (Tel. Home 
5277, School 1118). 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 269 



Gilkey, Mr. William E., (China) , 1953, 

MC(IBC) c/o Fukunaka, 78 Matsu- 

zono Cho, Nishinomiya, Hyogo Ken. 
Gillespie, Rev. & Mrs. A. L., 1946, 

SBC 149, Osaka Kamino Cho, Ten- 

noji Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 77-6165). 
Gillett, Rev. (Ed. D.) & Mrs. C. S., 

(Marshall & Caroline Islands) , 1921, 

ABCFM(IBC) 65 Okaido Machi, 3 

Chome, Matsuyama. (Tel. 394). 
Gingerich, Dr. & Mrs. Melvin, 1955^ 

MCC 350, Setamachi, Tamagawa, 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Gingrich, Rev. & Mrs. V. L., 1954, 

PAC 7-1 Chome, Shinsenji Dori, Odb 

Fukiai Ku, Kobe Shi. * *! ^ IJ 

Givens, Miss Anna M., 1950, MC(IEC) 

69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 46-1909). 
Gizze, Rev. & Mrs. Vincent, 1951, 

OEM (On furlough) San-no-miya 

P. O. Box 761 Kobe. 
Glass, Miss E. M., (China), 1951, 

OMF 23 North 2 Jo West 2, Kut- 

chianmachi, Hokkaido. 
Glass, Miss Lois, (China), 1950, SBC 

-465 6 Chome, Torikai Machi, Fu- *5 

kuoka. (Tel. 2-3146). 



270 DIRECTORIES 

Clock, Rev. & Mrs. Delmar, J., 1951, 
MSC 15 Nakano Cho, Ushigome, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 
Godert, Miss Agnes, 1955, PS 112 

Yamamoto Dori, 4. Chome, Ikuta Ku, ~m 

Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai 2-1887). 
Godfrey, Elder Lyman R., LDS 2-11 

Takasago Dori, Toyonaka Shi, Osa 
ka Fu. 
Godoy, Rev. & Mrs. Rolf, 1950, LFCN 

1331 Tonomachi, Matsusaka, Mie. 
Goens, Rev. & Mrs. Donald, 1954, CG 

93, 3 Chome, Okusawa Machi, 

Tamagawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Goertzen, Miss Delna, 1951, TEAM 

1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3898). 
Goes, Rev. & Mrs. Gosta, (China), 

1954, SEOM(SMJ) 149 Hira Machi, 

Numazu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Goldsmith, Miss Mabel O., 1928, CMS 

10, Shojima Kuzubei Cho, Kurume. 

(Tel. 4971). 
Good, Dr. & Mrs. Harold, (China), 

1949, TEAM 423 Honan Cho, Sugi- 

nami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0204). 
Goodson, Miss Mary F., 1955, ABWE 

2227 Shimoarata-cho, Kagoshima- 






ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 271 

Shi, Kagoshima Ken. if y F V > 

Goodwin, Elder Robert, LDS 89 Sai- ^fc^jl ^f^ Tlj^WjA^i 

wai Cho, Muroran Shi, Hokkaido. if y F "f > 

Gornitzka, Robert, 1954, NEOM JS^fBJUrf! 

Soma Shi, Fukushima Ken. ^vu - y % 

Gosden, Rev. & Mrs. E. W., 1933, 

JEB 11 of 5, Shiomidai Cho, Suma 

Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Goss, Mr. & Mrs. Bonn, 1949, TEAM 

953 Oaza Miwa, Nagano Shi, Na 
gano Ken. 
Goto, Mr. John, 1950, NTM Takada 

machi, Takada Shi, Iwate Ken. 
Graham, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd B., 1951, 

UCC(IBC) 12 Gazenbo Cho, Azabu, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3516) 

(Furlough 55-56). 
Grant, Mr. & Mrs. Robert H., 1947, 

ABCFM(IBC) 1-13 Asukai Cho, 

Tanaka, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 

Yoshida 7-0707). 
Grant, Rev. & Mrs. Worth C., 1950, 

SBC 11-98 Tsutsumi Dori, Sendai. 

(Tel. 239) (Furlough) 805 E. Lex 
ington Avenue, High Point, N. C. 
Grasmo, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 1950, NLM 

(Furlough) 121 So to Nakabara 

Cho, Matsue, Shimane Ken. (Tel. 



272 



DIRECTORIES 



5444) 
Graves, Miss Alma, (Africa, Hawaii), 

1936, SBC Seinan Gakuin, Nishijin 

Machi, Fukuoka Shi. (Tel. 2-0537). 
Gray, Miss Lorna, CJPM 445 Hyak- 

ken Machi, Maebashi Shi, Gumma 

Ken. 
Grosjean, Miss V. C, (Korea), 1948, 

SPG 344 Kamoe Kita Cho, Hama- 

matsu Shi. 
Green, Mr. & Mrs. David (Canada), 

1952, WT 68/285 Shingoryoguchi 

Cho, Kitakyokunai, Kyoto Shi. 
Green, Elder Donald W., LDS 2-11 

Takasago Dori, Toyonaka Shi, Osa 
ka Fu. 
Greenbank, Miss Katherine, 1920, 

UCC (IBQ 5090 Moto Joya machi, 

Kofu, Yamanashi Ken. (Tel. 5451) 
Gregory, Miss Gladys (Korea), 1950, 

WT 153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, 

Nagoya. 
Gregory, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, (China), 

1948, E & R (IBQ 102 Osawaka- 

wara Koji, Morioka, Iwate Ken. 

(Tel. 1217) 
Grenz, Miss Elsie, WMC 137 Fujiwa- 

ra Cho, Sasebo Shi, Nagasaki Ken. 



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Grey ell, Mr. Arthur, 1952, ASC Ushi- 
buka Shi, Amakusa, Shima, Kuma- 
moto Ken. 

Grier, Rev. & Mrs. (R. N.) Louis, 
1948, PN(IBC) 9 Chome, Komatsu- 
bara Cho, Wakayawa Shi. (Tel. 
Wakayama 630) 

Griesy, Mr. Paul Val, 1955, ABCFM 
(IBQ Doshisha Senior High School, 
Osagi Cho, Iwakura, Sakyo Ku, 
Kyoto. (Tel. 7-5158) 

Gronlund, Mrs. Mildred, 1951, ASC 
(Furlough 55-56) c/o 1130 No. Ave. 
54, Los Angeles 42, Calif. Higashi 
Shinkoji, Nobeoka Shi, Miyazaki 
Ken. 

Gronning, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 1951, 
NLM Tsuyama, Okayama Ken. 
(Tel. Tsuyama 1975) 

Grubbs, Rev. Thomas W., 1948, PN 
(IBQ 13 Noda Cho, Yamaguchi 
Shi. 

Grube, Miss Alice, 1932, PN (IBO- 
200, 2 chome, Shinonome Cho, Higa 
shi Ku, Osaka. (Tel Higashi 1550) 

Guenther, Rev. & Mrs. H., 1954, 
JCGM 331 Eifuku Cho, Suginami 
ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 32-4794) 



274 DIRECTORIES 

Gulbrandsen, Mrs. Dagny, 1951, FCM 

27 Shinbo, Takef Shi, Fukui Ken. 
Gulick, Miss Anna D., 1951, ELC 82 

Oiwake Cho, Hamamatsu Shi, Shi- 

zuoka ken. 
Gulick, Mr. & Mrs. Leeds, 1921, 

ABCFM (IBC) Muromachi Dori, 

Imadegawa Agaru, Kamikyo Ku, 

Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijin 5642) 
Gullat, Rev. & Mrs. Tom D., 1950, 

SBC (Furlough 55) 4225 Camp- -bZZ tf? 

tellton Road, Ben Hill, Ga. 755 Ka- 

magami Cho, Mito. (Tel. 2019) 
Gundersen, Miss Johanna, 1953, FCM 

P. O. Box 323, Kobe. 
Gunther, Miss Rubena, 1950, MB 7 

Kasugade Cho, Naka 6 Chome, Ko- 

nohana Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 46-0234) 
Gurganus, Mr. & Mrs. George P., 

1949, ChC 1498 Yoyogi Tomigaya, 

Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-2061) 
Gwinn, Miss Alice E., (Greece), 1922, 

ABCFM (IBC) Karasumaru Dori, 

Imadegawa Agaru, Nishi Iru, Kami 
kyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijin 147) 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 275 

TT 

Hackett, Mr. & Mrs. (R. N.) H. W., 

1920, ABCFM (IBC) " Taizanso ", 

2153 Osawa, Mitaka Shi, Tokyo. 

(Tel. Musashino (398) -3791) 
Hagen, Miss Kirsten, FCM 47 Nan- 

zan Cho, (Box 32), Seto Shi, Aichi -fc 

Ken. 
Haglund, Rev. & Mrs. Ake, (China), ()jj,i 

1950, SEOM (SMJ) (Furlough) 

Ymergatan 17 IV, Uppsala, Sweden. 
Hagood, Dr. (M. D.) Martha, 1953, 

SBC 22 Kami Ikeda Cho, Kitashi- 

rakawa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. M-/yF 

7-5777) 
Haig, Miss Mary (Formosa & New 

foundland), 1922, UCC(IBC) 22 

Kunoshoji, Sakuragi, Teramachi, 3 

Chome, Kanazawa. (Tel. 3-0163) 
Hailstone, Miss M. E., 1920, SPG- 

Koran Jogakko, 1046, 7 Chome, 

Hiratsuka, Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 
Hall, Miss L. L., (China), 1952, OMF 

411 Tomikawa, Hidaka, Hokkaido. 
Hall, Elder Robert, LDS Kita 2 Jo, 

Nishi 21 Chome, Sapporo Shi, Hok- HHTB 



276 DIRECTORIES 

kaido. 
Hallgren, Mr. & Mrs. B. R., (China), 

1953, OMF 344 Seijo Machi, Seta- 

gaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Halstrom, Mr. & Mrs. Dale, 1952, 

EFCA 5 Tojiin Nishimachi, Kami- 

kyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijin 4033) xvA>;* f. B-A 

Halvarson, Rev. & Mrs. Carl M., 1952, 

SBC 21 Sawada Tsukuri Michi, 

Aomori Shi. 
Halvorson, Miss Mabel, WMC 137 

Fujiwara Cho, Sasebo Shi, Naga 
saki Ken. 
Hamlin, Rev. & Mrs. Eugene A., 

(Guam), 1954, SDA 171 Amanuma H t /\A f s 

1 Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Hammer, Rev. & Mrs. R. J., 1950, 

CMS Central Theological College, 

16, 2 Chome, Tamagawa Naka Ma 
chi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

Futago Tamagawa 575) 
Hammond, Mr. & Mrs. Alvin D., 1954, MI&Ji&JlTfJ 

CC-KCM Kanoya Shi, Kagoshima ^ =e v F 

Ken. 

Hampton, Miss Lois, 1952, ABFMS ^fiit^K^SlffSf^l 
203 Gokenyashiki, Himeji Shi, Hyogo OH! ^ > 7" \- > 
Ken. 

Hamilton, Miss Florence (Honorary), S^MfflflJlS^BIE 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 277 



1914, MSCC 4402 Baba Cho, Ueda EOn ~t*F 

Shi, Nagano Ken. 
Hamilton, Miss Gertrude, 1917, UCC JfCSCfP^IKtffiftpMl 

(IBC) 2 Higashi Toriizaka, Azabu, ^^ Ar*t 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325) 
Hanaoka, Mr. Kameichi (Hawaii), 

1951, WT 1 Toyooka Cho, Shiba, 

Mita, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Hannestad, Mrs. Bertha, 1950, NMA 

220 Yamashita Cho, Yokohama 

Shi. 
Hansen, Rev. & Mrs. David D., 1954, 

RPM 12-1 Obukamiko Yasuba, 

Yamada Cho, Kobe Shi, Hyogo Ken. 

P. O. Box, 589, Kobe. (Tel. Dial 

Kobe 106 ; Ask for Obu 41) 
Hansen, Rev. Harry W., 1953, PEC 

70 Asahi Machi, Tomakomai Shi, -tO 

Hokkaido. 
Hansen, Rev. & Mrs. Olaf (China), 

1949, ELC 921, 2 Chome, Sagino- 

miya, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. 
Hanson, Mr. & Mrs. Calvin, 1949, 

EFCA 58 Kitamachi, Komatsubara, 

Kyoto Shi. 
Hanson, Miss Lydia (China), 1950, 

ELC 21 Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo 

Ku, Tokyo. 



278 DIRECTORIES 

Hanson, Miss Marian, 1951, ELC 38, 

1 Chome, Torisu Cho, Minami Ku, 

Nagoya Shi. 
Haraughty, Miss Mary, 1950, PS 439 

Nakabu, Marugame Shi, Kagawa -Ji ^7 T 4 - 

Ken. (Tel. Marugame 455) 
Harbin, Rev. & Mrs. A. Vandiver, 

1934, MC (IBC) 8 Kwansei Gagu- 

in, Kamigahara, Nishinomiya. (Tel. 

620) 
Hardenberg, Miss Maria, IND 2136 

Iruma Cho, Shiki Machi, Saitama 

Ken. 
Harder, Miss Helene H., 1927, ULCA 

979 Hamamatsu Cho, Madashi, 

Fukuoka. (Tel. 3-4580) 
Hardley, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1955, 

ASC 2932 Minamihama, Katase 

Machi, Fujisawa Shi, Kanagawa Ken. ^ - 9 - 

Harewood, Captain Elwyn G., 1953, 

SA 17, 2 Chome, Kanda, Jimbo 

Cho, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Harker, Rev. Rowland, 1939, IND 19 

Azabu Fujimi Cho, Minato Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Harmelink, Miss Fenita, 1954, RCA 

(IBC) 37 Yamate Cho, Naka Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. 2-9183) 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 279 



Harms, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1950, te^LTfrg^&jHffrz: 

1951, TEAM 22-2 Chome, Nagara- **A* 

hatsuhi Cho, Gifu Shi, Gifu ken. 
Harrigan, Mr. & Mrs. Carl, IND 

Hachinohe, Aomori Ken. 
Harris, Miss Cora, 1949, JEM 2895 

Kitanakajima 1 Chome, Nagaoka 

Shi. (Tel. Nagaoka 4229) 
Harris, Miss Esma, 1953, WEC 569 

Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kanzaki Gun, 

Shiga Ken. 
Harris, Miss Mary C., 1952, MSCC 

54 Meigetsu Cho, 2 Chome, Showa 

Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. Nagoya 8-2635) 
Hartwig, Miss Irmgard, 1954, JCGM 

331 Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 32-4794) ~- I- V 4 * ? 

Hasegawa, Mr. & Mrs. Taro, 1951, 

ASC 932 Ishiki, Hayama Cho, Ka- 

nagawa Ken. 

Haslam, Elder Larry, LDS 34-1 Cho 
me, Hachiman Dori, Shibuya Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Haslett, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, (Hawaii, 

Europe) , 1948, WT 1 Toyooka Cho, w; 

Shiba, Mita, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Hasting, Miss Sarah Ann, 1954, NTM 

139 Kumegawa, Higashi-maru- 



280 DIRECTORIES 

yama Machi, Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. ^ * -7- , & ? 

Hatori, Rev. Akira, POBC-12/8 Ao- ^ mm&mm 

yama Takagi Cho, Akasaka, Minato 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Haugen, Miss Aase, 1954, FCM 

Katsuki Byoin, Komatsu Shi, Ishi- g* r> y 

kawa Ken. 
Havlick, Miss Dorothy, 1951, PN(IBC) 

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 Marian, 1952, ALM 

2429-1 Higashi-Tsu-Shimo, Ogori 

Machi, Yamaguchi Ken. (Tel. 376) 
Hayashi, Miss Hellen, IND 1412 1 

Chome, Higashi Magome Machi, yg gg z: n 

Ota Ku, Tokyo. 
Hayes, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie, 1954, IND 

55-5 Hiratsuka Cho, Shinagawa 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Hayman, Mr. D. E., 1952, OMF 426 

Aza Akabira, Akabira Shi, Hokkaido. 
Hays, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. George H, 

1948, SBC-421 Hoshiguma Oaza, f x 

Fukuoka. (Tel. 2-6481) 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 281 



Heerboth, Rev. & Mrs. Paul M., 1949, 
MSL (Furlough 56) 16, 1 Chome, 
Fujimi Cho, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Hegge, Rev. & Mrs. Myron, 1950, 
TEAM 1101 Wadahon Cho, Sugi- 
nami Ku, Tokyo. 

Heim, Rev. (D. D.) Kenneth E., 1953, 
PEC 41, 10 Nishikata Machi, Bun- 
kyo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 92-1370 & 54 
-0126) 

Heimonen, Mr. & Mrs. L. V., 1952, 
FFOM 20-1 Minamida Cho, Jodoji, 
Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Heise, Elder Donald, LDS 194 Shu- 

kuchi, Narumi Cho, Aichi 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 229 Oyama Cho, Tamagawa, 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-5667) 

Hemmingby, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, 1953, 

FCM 9-1 Tawara Shimo Machi, 

Fukui Shi, Fukui Ken. 

Hemstad, Rev. Ragnald, 1953, CMB 



282 DIRECTORIES 

18 Yamazoe Cho, Shugakuin, Sakyo 

Ku, Kyoto. 
Hendricks, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. K. C., 

1921, UCMS (IBC) 1233 Oji Machi, 

Kita Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 91-5262) 
Henry, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, 1951, 

TEAM (Furlough 55-56) c/o 145 So. 

Rutan, Wichita 8, Kansas. 
Herbert, Mr. Leslie, 1955, QMS 391 

Kashiwagi 3 Chome, Shinjuku Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664) 
Herbst, Miss Ruth, 1952, ELC 21 

Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 
Hereford, Miss Nannie M., 1932, PN 

(IBC) 1898 Tomatsuri Cho, Utsuno- A ^ ^ y * - K 

miya. (Tel. Utsunomiya 6738) 
Heron, Miss Alice Marion, (Aus.), 

1950, WT 68/285 Shingoryoguchi 

Cho, Nishiiru, Kuramaguchi Dori, 

Kita-kyoku Ku, Kyoto Shi. 
Hessel, Rev. & Mrs. R. A. Egon, 1931 

& 1925, IND 137, 4 Cho, Naka Mi- 

kunigaoka, Sakai Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Hesselgrave, Rev. & Mrs. David, 

EFCA (Furlough) c/o 3905 Grand 

Avenue, S. Mpls, Minn. 
Hesselink, Rev. & Mrs. I. John, Jr., 

1953, RCA (IBC) -107 Oheri Machi, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 

Fukuoka. 
Hestekind, Rev. Harold N., (China), 

PCM 1948, 205 Ozato Cho, Hon- 

moku, Naka Ku, Yokohama. * h ;# -f v F 

Heywood, Mr. & Mrs. R. E., 1950, JEB 

(Furlough 56) c/o Japan Evange 
listic Band, 19 John Street, London, 

W. C. 1, England. 
Hibbard, Miss (Ph. D.) Esther -L., 

1929, ABCFM (IBQ Muromachi 

Dori, Imadegawa Agaru, Kamikyo 

Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. Nishijin 5642) 
Higgins, Elder John C., LDS 28 Ko- 

zenji Dori, Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken. 
Highfill, Miss Virginia, 1950, SBC 

6 Nishi 2 Chome, Harima Cho, Abe- 
no Ku, Osaka. 
Highwocd, Mr. D., 1955, OMF Tsu- 

tsui Machi, Tsutsui, Ooaza, Aomori 

Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Hilburn, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Samuel 

M., 1923, MC (IBC) 1 Kwansei 

Gakuin, Nishinomiya. 
Billiard, Rev. & Mrs. Warren L, 1949, 

SDA 164-2 Onden 3 Chome, Shibu- 

ya Ku, Tokyo. b >J -v - F 

Hinchman, Rev. & Mrs. B. L., 1949, 

ABFMS 92 Myogadani, Bunkyo Ku, 



284 DIRECTORIES 

Tokyo. (Tel. 94-3896) 
Hintz, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1953, 

MSL South Odori, West 6, Sapporo, 

Hokkaido. 
Hitchcock, Miss Alice, 1952, MC(IBC) 

Tsuyazaki Machi, Munakata Gun, 

Fukuoka. (Tel. Tsuyazaki 33) 
Hitotsuyanagi, Dr. Merrell Vories, 

1905, OB Omi-Hachiman Shi, Shiga #jj 

Ken. 

Hjaertstroem, Rev. & Mrs. Arnold, fgJU^fiTSJrfrHj^- t 

1954, SHM (SMJ) 17 Hikage, Shira- * 9 * * h B ~ A 

kawa Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Hoaas, Rev. & Mrs. Anders, (China), 

1950, NLM Principal of Lutheran 

Bible Institute, 3 Nakajima Dori 2 

Chome, Fukiai, Kobe. 
Hoaglund, Rev. & Mrs. Alan, 1954, 

ALM 142 4 Chome, Denenchofu, 

Ota Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-2268) 
Hodges, Miss Olive I. (Retired), 1902, 

MC (IBC) 5934Kowada, Chigasaki 

Shi, Kanagawa Ken. 
Hodges, Rev. & Mrs. Olson, 1949, BBF 

639, 4 Chome, Makuhari Machi, 

Chiba Shi. 
Hoffner, Rev. & Mrs. Karl, 1952, 

OMSS(SMJ) Misaki Machi, Higashi 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 285 

Tanagawa Cho, Sennan Gun, Osaka 

Fu. 
Hogben, Dr. M. M. (China), 1952, (ilfS^) 

OMF (Furlough). 
Hoh, Rev. David, 1955, ULCA 303 

Hyakunin Cho 3 Chome, Shinjuku 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 36-2419) 
Hoke, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 1952, TEAM 

1603 Omiya Cho, Suginami Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Hoki, Elder Mitsuo, LDS 275 Namie 

Cho, Takasaki Shi, Gumma Ken. 
Holdcroft, Miss Joy, 1955, ACF 154 

Naka Dori, Ononii Machi, Tamura 

Gun, Fukushima Ken. 
Holdcroft, Miss Mary F., 1950, ACF 

-(Furlough) c/o 832 Cumberland 

Crescent North Vancouver, B. C., 

Canada. 154 Naka Dori, Ononii 

Machi, Tamura Gun, Fukushima 

Ken. 
Holecek, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 1947, 

CBFMS Nakagawaishi, Kurosawa- 

jiri Machi, Kitakami Shi, Iwate Ken. 

(Tel. 511) 
Holland, Mr. & Mrs. Harold E., ChC 

(1950), Omika, Kuji Machi, Hi 
tachi Shi, Ibaraki Ken. (Tel. Kuji- 



286 DIRECTORIES 

hama 2251) 
Hollaway, Rev. & Mrs. Ernest Lee, 

1949, SBC 27 3 Chome, Mitana Cho, =- 

Chigusa Ku, Nagoya. (Tel. 73-4543) * 7 $ * 4 

Hollingworth, Miss Ila, (Aus.), WT 

68/285 Shingoryoguchi Cho, Nishiiru, 

Kuramaguchi Dori, Kitakyoku Ku, 

Kyoto Shi. 
Holritz, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard, POBC 

& TEAM (Furlough), c o 721 Third 

St., NE, Jamestown, N. D. 
Holt, Miss Isabel, 1951, WEC 569 

Kondo Gokannosho Cho, Kanzaki 

Gun, Shiga Ken. 
Holte, Miss Roselyn, 1952, ELC 3 

Chome, Nakagawa Cho, Shimada TH 

Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Holthe, Miss Ragna, 1953, NMS 291 

Omori Cho, Nara Shi. (Tel. 4363) 
Holzwarth, Richard J., GI 169-2 

Chome, Mabashi, Suginami Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 38-6396) 
Homerstad, 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. TH 7-X- 

Hoover, Elder Mark, LDS 397 Suwa 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 287 

Machi, Yamagata Shi, Yamagata iit 7-x- 

Ken. 
Horgen, Miss Borghild, 1954, NEOM 

Haramachi Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Horikami, Elder Tamaru, LDS 194 

Shukuchi, Narumi Cho, Aichi Ken. ft EH ^Jr. 

Horman, Elder Gerald D., LDS 53 

Minami Machi, Toji-in, Kamikyo 

Ku, Kyoto Shi. 
Horning, Miss Enid Mae, 1954, UCC 

(IBC) 2 Higashi Toriizaka, Azabu, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325) 
Horobin, Miss Harriet M., 1923, MSCC 

35-1 Mukaiyama-oike Cho, Toyo- 

hashi Shi. 
Horton, Miss Frances, 1952, SBC 

Seinan Jo Gakuin, Itozu, Kokura. 

(Tel. 5-2744) 
Horton, Rev. & Mrs. Fred M., 1950, 

SBC 65 Sawawatari, Kanagawa Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. 4-3100). (Furlough) 

S. Baptist Seminary, 2825 Lexington 

Road, Louisville, Ky. 
Hoshizaki, Rev. & Mrs. Reiji, 1949, 

SBC Oiwa, Shizuoka. (Tel. 3-0517) 
Houston, Miss Lyda S., (China), 1951, 

ABCFM (IBC) Baika Jo Gakuin, /\ 

418 Minami Todoroki, Toyonaka 



288 DIRECTORIES 

Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Hovey, Miss Marion, 1951, OBM 

(Furlough 55-56). Kobe. 
Howard, Rev. & Mrs. S. P. Jr., 1949, 

SBC 1290 Nakajimayama 1 Chome, 

Shinmachi, Shimonoseki. (Tel. 2- 

5988) 
Howell, Miss Elizabeth, 1948, MC 

(IBQ Fukuoka Jo Gakuin, 523 

Minami Yakuin, Fukuoka. 
Howlett, Rev. & Mrs. Floyd G., 1951, 

UCC (IBQ Higashi 3 Jo, Kita 6 

Chome, Nayoro Machi, Kamikawa 

Gun, Hokkaido. 
Hoy, Miss (L. H. D.) Gertrude B, 1949, 

E&R (IBQ 60 Kozenji Dori, Sen- 

dai. (Tel. 3256) 
Huddle, Rev. & Mrs. B. Paul, 1940, 

ULCA (Furlough) Japan Lutheran 

Theological Seminary, 921 Sagino- 

miya 2 Chome, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 39-0959) 
Huddle, Miss Elizabeth, 1951, ULCA 

Kyushu Jogakuin, Murozono, Shi- 

mizu Machi, Kumamoto Shi. (Tel. 

5375). (Furlough). 
Hudson, Miss Lenora, 1949, SBC 

Seinan Jo Gakuin, Itozu, Kokura. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 289 

(Tel. 5-2744) k X .* AV > 

Huff, Rev. & Mrs. Howard F., 1951, 

UCMS (IBC) 1233 Oji Machi, Kita 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 91-5262). (Furlough 

55-56). 
Huggins, Mr. & Mrs. P. P., WMC 

Egobata, Higashi Tashiro Machi, 

Saga Shi, Saga Ken. 
Hughes, Miss Hazel M. (India), 1953, 

UCMS (IBC) Interboard House, 4 

of 12 Shiba Koen, Minato Ku, Tokyo. K 

(Tel. 43-2188) 
Hughes, Mr. Lee B., 1948, MC (IBC) 

c/o Aoyama Gakuin, 22 Midoriga- WUJ^^ t a. - 

oka, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 40- 

3431) 
Hume, Miss Doris, 1952, FEGC 1012 3CM^WTf5if-! 

Ome, Ome Shi, Tokyo. ~7 ^ 

Hunter, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, IND 36 



Matsuzaka Cho, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Hunter, Miss Jean, 1954, BPT 341 

Harakomiya, Akita Machi, Nishitama 

Gun, Tokyo. 
Husted, Miss Edith, (India), 1917, 

ABCFM (IBC) 65 Okaido Machi, /,: 

3 Chome, Matsuyama Shi. (Tel. 394) 
Huttenlock, Rev. & Mrs. George, 1951, 

CBFMS Koganehara 90, Inaba 



290 DIRECTORIES 

Aza, Furukawa Shi, Miyagi Ken. 
Hyde, Miss Audrey, (Aus.), 1952, WT 

16, 2 Chome, Fujimi Cho, Chiyoda 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Hyde, Miss Jean, (Aus.), 1951, WT 

772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku Ku, 

Yokohama. 
Hyland, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 1950, ELC 

(Furlough 56-57) c/o 422 South 

Fifth St., Minneapolis, Minn., USA. 
Hymes, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1952, AG 

Kita 3 Jo Nishi 21 Chome, Sap- H-TB 

poro Shi, Hokkaido. 

j 

Ike, Rev. & Mrs. Lester, 1954, QMS 
391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, Shinjuku T@ 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664) 

Ikenouye, Mr. Iwao, 1951, JEM 2895 
Kitanakajima Cho, 1 Chome, Naga- 
oka Shi. 

Illingworth, Mr. & Mrs. Wallace, 1952, 
TEAM Fusumada Cho, Ichinomiya 
Shi, Aichi Ken. 

Imai, Sister Tomiko, LDS 55 9 Cho 
me, Honmachi, Toyonaka Shi, Osa 
ka Fu. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 291 



Ingebretsen, Rev. & Mrs. Ernst, 1953, i< 

NMS 700 Nakasho, Izumisano Shi. 

i "- 
Ingulsrud, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 1952, 



ELC 222 Kamikegawa Cho, Hama- . 

matsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Ingwardo, Haakon, 1951, NEOM So- 

ma Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Inokuchi, Elder Carl H., LDS 9-27 

Motokoi Cho, Chigusa Ku, Nagoya 

Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Ireney, Most Rev. Bishop, Nicolai Do, 

JOC 1-4, Surugadai, Kanda, Tokyo. Ma x H / ~^7 

(Tel. 29-1885). -f3 -f !> ^-i 

Irvine, Miss Bessie E., (Philippines). 

1952, SDA 171 Amanuma, 1 Chome, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Ishida, Sister Chieko, LDS 400-2 

Furuta Machi, Furue, Hiroshima 

Shi, Hiroshima Ken. 
Iszlaub, Mr. & Mrs. Percy, (Aus.), 

1949, WT 12-2 1 Chome, Ninomiya TH+zioz: 

Cho, Fukiai Ku, Kobe. ^ * 7 ~ J 

Iwasa, Miss Katherine, 1951, JGF *JK&fftf3^838?nWT 

63-1 Showa Cho, Hamadera, Sakai -A-= -Y ?t 

Shi, Osaka Fu. 



292 DIRECTORIES 

J 

Jaabeck, Miss Petra, (China), 1949, 

NLM Oda Shi, Shimane Ken. 
Jackson, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 1955, 

NTM 406 Asahicho, Tokorozawa 

Shi, Saitama Ken. 
Jackson, Rev. & Mrs. W. H., SBC 

22- Jo, 6 Chome, Asahigawa Shi. 
Jackson, Mr. William, 1954, NTM 

Tomonuma, 984 Noga Mura, Shimo- ^LAEH 

tsugi Gun Tochigi Ken. ^ ^ $ y 

Jacobsen, Rev. & Mrs. Morris, 1949, ttftrf5,t^ ffifl^li 

JEM Kashiwazaki Seisho Gakuin, ^r F^ 

Kujiranami, Kashiwazaki Shi. (Tel. M - >* -v =* ^-fe 

Kashiwazaki 1347). 
Jaeckel, Rev. & Mrs. Theodor, 1940, 

UCC (IBC) 511 Otanidori, Kami 

Tomino Kokura, Kyushu. 
James, Mr. & Mrs. Max, 1951, WEC 

(Furlough 55-56). Higakimoto, 

Oyodo Cho, Yoshino Gun, Nara 

Ken. 
James, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1951, 

1953, TEAM 162, 1 Chome, Ake- 

bono Cho, Tachikawa Shi. (P. O. 

Box 14, Tachikawa Shi, Toky) (Tel. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 293 

Tachikawa 4224). 
Janhsen, Sister Frieda, 1953, JCGM- 

Hamamatsu Shi, Mikatabara 968, 

Shizuoka Ken. (Tel. Mikatabara 3). 
Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Helge, 1949, 

OMSS(SMJ) 1009 Daisen Cho, Sa- 

kai Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Lars, 1951, SHM 

(SMJ) 35 Toyonoura, Kuroiso 

Machi, Nasu Gun, Tochigi Ken. 
Jansson, Rev. & Mrs. Martin, (China) , 

1952, SBM(SMJ) 48 Maruyama 

Cho, Toyooka Shi, Hyogo Ken. 
Jarvis, Dr. & Mrs. Fred, 1952, TEAM 

735, 4 Chome, Setagaya, Setagaya FHTH LH 

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, ffl-O 

Chichibu Gun, Saitama Ken. 5/- 

Jefferies, Mr. Edgar, 1950, CA c/o 

S. J. Lang, 1521, 4 Chome, Egota HO 2Z1- 

Machi, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. s?**? 

Jefferson, Miss Alice (India), 1950, 

MC(IBC) (Furlough). Kwassui wj-z: 

Junior College, 12 Higashi Yamate & * y r V : 



294 DIRECTORIES 

Cho, Nagasaki. 
Jenkins, Miss Jacqueline, 1955, FEGC 

Ill Hakuraku, Kanagawa Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217). 
Jennings, Rev. & Mrs. Raymond, 1950, 

ABFMS (Furlough) c/o Miss Flo 
rence Payne, 600 Locust, Owensboro, 

Kentucky. 
Jensen, Elder Douglas N., LDS c/o 

Mr. C. Ichishima, Higashi Machi, C. ^ 

Shibata Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. Louis F., 1953, 

EMCA 1068-3 Chome, Matsubara 

Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

32-1411). 

Jensen, Rev. & Mrs. Roy, 1953, TEAM 

3-92 Shimonaka Cho, Misogura 

Cho, Kanazawa Shi, Ishikawa Ken. 
Joerneman, Miss Brita, (China), 1951, 

SFM(SMJ) 1953 Nagata Machi, 

Minami Ku, Yokohama Shi. 
Johannsen, Miss Inger Marie, 1951, 

NEOM Haramachi Shi, Fukushima -f >y^v y 

Ken. 3 ^ > 

Johnsen, Rev. & Mrs. Paul C., 1952, 

ULCA 74-2 Chome, Kasuga Cho, 

Chiba Shi. 
Johnson, Elder Archie, LDS 6 Jo, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 295 

1 Chome, Asahigowa Hokkaido. H ^ a >- V > 

Johnson, Miss Bonnevieve M., 1954, 

EMCA 990-3 Chome, Nakameguro, 

Meguro Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 49-8746) 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. C. E., 1952, 

ASC 5 Chome, Shinohara, Minami 

Machi, Nada Ku, Kobe. 
Johnson, Miss Edith, TEAM (Fur 
lough) c/o Mrs. Frank Price, 1522 

North Ave., 49, Los Angeles 42, 

Calif. 
Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald, 1949, 

TEAM 1-2 Chome, Kitazawa, Seta- 

gaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Glen, 1950, PN 

(IBQ (Furlough 55-56) 656 Iwa- 

buchi Cho, Ise Shi, Mie Ken. 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Gordon, 1951, 

EMCA (Furlough 56) 3 Chome, 

Gakko Cho, Nagaoka Shi, Niigata 

Ken. 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Harold, 1952, 

WM 261-3 Chome, Itabashi Machi, 

Itabashi Ku, Tokyo. (Tol. 96-2401) 

Johnson, Miss Harriet Ann, 1951, PN 

(IBC) Kinjo Cho, Nishio Machi, 

Aichi Ken. 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. Howard, 1955, 



296 DIRECTORIES 

ABFMS 2-2 Chome, Shimouma 

Cho, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Johnson, Rev. & Mrs. John H., 1950, 

SFM(SMJ) (Furlough) Dianavagen 

17, Sollentuna, Sweden. 
Johnson, Mrs. Margaret, 1952, ASC 

5 Nishinoguchi, Beppu Shi, Oita 

Ken. 
Johnson, Miss Mary, 1952, IBPFM 

273-1 Chome, Horinouchi, Sugmami oz: -fc 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017) v y - 

Johnsrud, Rev. & Mrs. Leroy, 1950, OJ@^) 

ELC (Furlough 56-57) c/o 422 

South Fifth St., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Johnston, Rev. & Mrs. Richard L., ( MiUrf) 

1950, AG (Furlough) 1520 Calpooia 

St., Albany, Oregon. 
Johnston, Rev. & Mrs. V. W., (China), SiS31 

1955, OMF 2305 Karuizawa Machi, 

Nagano Ken. 
Jones, Miss Gladys, 1950, CBFMS (-JiS^) 

(Furlough) R. F. D. J 1, Greenfield 

Center, N. Y. 
Jones, Miss Glenys, 1953, CJPM 445 

Hyakken Machi, Maebashi, Gumma 

Ken. (Tel. Maebashi 5742) 
Jones, Miss Gwyneth, 1953, CJPM 

445 Hyakken Machi, Maeba- EHE 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 297 

bashi, Gumma Ken. (Tel. Maebashi 

5742) 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Henry, 1953, PN 

(IBQ 200-2 Chome, Shinonome 

Cho, Higashi Ku, Osaka. (Tel. Higa- 

shi 1550) 
Jones, Elder James J., Jr., LDS 3680 

Nishi Ushirogi, Yanai Shi, Yamagu- 

chi Ken. 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 1954, OMS 

391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, Shinjuku TH 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664) 
Jones, Miss Mary, 1948, MC(IBC)- 

49 Kami Nagarekawa Cho, Hiroshi- -^ a - > X 

ma. 
Jones, Rev. & Mrs. Randolph Lee, 

1953, MC(IBC) 3 Kwansei Gakuin, 
Nishinomiya. 

Jonsson, Miss Sigrid, 1953, SEMJ 

(SMJ) 42-1 Chome, Ohashinai Cho, 

Muroran Shi, Hokkaido. 
Jorgensen, Miss Anna, FCM 27 

Funadera Dori, Nada Ku, Kobe. a^y^-b 

Joseph, Rev. & Mrs. Kenny, 1951, 

1954, TEAM 706-2 Chome, Narimu- 
ne, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

Jossang, Rev. & Mrs. Lars (China) 
1950, NLM 46 Motodaiku Machi, 



298 



DIRECTORIES 



Tottori Shi. 
Joyce, Mr. & Mrs. James A., 1953, 

MC(IBC) Chinzei Gakuin, Isahaya 

shi, Nagasaki Ken. 
Juergensen, Miss Marie, 1922, AG 

1666 Takinogawa Machi, Kita Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 96-2217) 
Juergensen, Mrs. Nettie, 1934, AG 

14-3 Ishikawa Cho, Mizuho Ku, 

Nagoya. 
Junker, Mr. & Mrs. Calvin, 1954, 

TEAM 2418 Karuizawa Machi, Na 
gano Ken. 
Juten, Miss Shirley, 1952, EUB(IBC) 

500-1 Chome, Shimoochiai, Shin- 

juku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 95-5031) 



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Kaasa, Mr. Thomas H., 1951, PEC 
Rikkyo Univ., 3 Chome, Ikebukuro, 
Toshima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 97-4717 
or 91-3121) 

Kagoshima, Sister Tami, LDS 400-2 
Furuta Machi, Furue, Hiroshima Shi. 

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 Oji Machi, Kita 

Ku, Tokyo. (Upper Oji House) (Tel. 

91-4711) 
Kamitsuka, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, 1949, 

PN(IBC) (Furlough) Hokusei Ga- 

kuin, Minami 5 Jo, Nishi 17 Chome, 

Sapporo, Hokkaido. (Tel. 2-4276) 
Kanagy, Rev. & Mrs. (R. N.) Lee 

H, 1951, M (Furlough) c/o Men- 

nonite Board of Missions & Chari 
ties, 1711 Prairie St., Elkhart, Ind. 

Nemuro Kuni, Nakashibetsu Cho. 

(Tel. 242) 
Kaneko, Sister Mihoko, LDS c/o Mr. 

C. Ichishima, Higashi Machi, Shibata 

Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Kaneshiro, Miss Kimiko, 1950, FEGC 

(Furlough) c/o Far Eastern Gos 
pel Crusade, 902 Hennepin Ave., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Karen, Rev. & Mrs. Artturi, 1922, 

LEAF 108 Kobinata Suido Cho, iiWT OA 

Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 
Karikoski, Rev. & Mrs. Pentti, 1955, ^jjgogKtSCE 

LEAF 108 Kobinata Suido Cho, iiWT-OA 

Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. 
Karl son. Miss Florence, 1950, TEAM (MS4 1 ) 



300 DIRECTORIES 

-(Furlough 55-56) c/o 9821 161 

St., Edmonston, Alberta, Canada. 
Karlsson, Miss Gunborg, 1955, SEOM 

(SMJ) 1675 Omiya, Fujinomiya 

Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Kama, Mr. & Mrs. T., 1950, FFOM 

101 Kamihate Cho, Kitashirakawa, 

Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Katsuda, Sister Peggy, LDS 11-4 

Naruse Machi, Kanazawa Shi, Ishi- 

kawa Ken. 
Kauffman, Rev. & Mrs. D., (China), 

1951, PAC 77-11 Kita Shichi Ban- -f- $ - 

cho, Sendai. 
Kawashima, Miss Tamie, 1951, JGF 

63-1 Showa Cho, Hamadera, Sakai 

Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Hamadera 19) 
Kaylor, Mr. & Mrs. Leo. 1951, ASC 

(Furlough 55-56) c/o American 

Soul Clinic, Box 69, Main Post 

Office, Los Angeles 53, Calif. 
Keighley, Rev. & Mrs. Leonard, 1952, 

UCC(IBC) 67 Agata Machi, Naga 
no Shi. 
Kellerman, Miss Jean (China) 1952, 

EUB(IBC) 84 Sashigaya Cho, Bun- 

kyo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 92-5516) 
Kelly, Miss D. I., 1955, OMF Tsutsui 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 301 



Machi, Tsutsui, Ooaza, Aomori Shi, 

Aomori Ken. 
Keltic, Mrs. Thelma (N. Z.) 1951, 

WT 1 Toyooka Cho, Shiba, Mita, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. A. R., (China), 

1952, OMF (Furlough) 
Kennedy, Miss Helen, 1950, JEM 

Minato Cho, 3 Chome, Kashiwazaki 

Shi, Niigata Ken. (Furlough 1956) H - ^ * r < - 

Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh, 1949, 

JIM 3 Higashi Hon Machi, Shimo- 

gamo, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Kenney, Miss Pearl, 1953, NTM 

Takada Machi, Takada Shi, Iwate 

Ken. 
Kern, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin, 1955, NAB 

4 Nishisonjoin Cho, Kinugasa, Kita 

Ku, Kyoto. 
Kern, Mr. Wilbur, 1955, ABCFM(IBC) 

Doshisha Koto Gakko, Mitsui, 

Neyagawa Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Kiel, Dr. Janet R., 1950, IGL 93 Uya- , 

ma, Sumoto Shi, Awaji, Hyogo Ken. 
King, Mrs. Peggy, 1952, WUMS 221 

Yamate Machi, Naka Ku, Yokohama. 
Kinley, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 1955, 

CG 142-2 Fujimi Cho, 1 Chome, 



302 DIRECTORIES 

Tachikawa Shi, Tokyo. 
Kinnett, Miss Jane, 1951, CC-OCM 

(Furlough) 31-6 Chome, Nakamiya 

Cho, Asahi Ku, Osaka. 
Kiper, Miss Sarah Jane, 1950, CBFMS 

(Furlough) c/o Hallie Kiper, 
Chenoa, 111. 

Kirkpatrick, Rev. & Mrs. L. V., 1953, 
JEB (On Sick Leave) 3002 Max 
well, Los Angeles, 27, Calif. 

Kitchen, Rev. & Mrs. Theodore J., 
1953, 1954, MC(IBC) 12 Aoba Cho, 
Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 40-2006) 

Kivle, Rev. & Mrs. Per, 1950, LFCN 

(Furlough 1956) 1331 Tonomachi, 
Matsusaka, Mie Ken. 

Kjollesdal, Rev. & Mrs. Steinar, 1950, 

NMS 197 Sekido-Takamatsu, Wa- 

kayama Shi. (Tel. 5839) 
Klassen, Miss Bernice, 1952, TEAM 

(Furlough) 55-57) Lehigh, Kansas. 
Kleinjans, Mr. & Mrs. Everett (China), 

1951, RCA(IBC) 761, 1 Chome, 

Kami Osaki, Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 
Klemensrud, Rev. & Mrs. Stanely, 

1953, ELC 1-356 Nagori Cho, Hama- 

matsu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Klemensson, Miss Gudrun, 1954, OMSS 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 303 

(SMJ) 568 Minami Kongo Cho, 2AA 

Numazu Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Kluttz, Mr. R., 1954, OMF 426 Aza 

Akabira, Akabira Shi, Hokkaido. 
Knabe, Miss Elizabeth (China), 1951, 

ABFMS Tokyo Woman s Christian H i^ 

College, 124, 3 Chome, logi, Sugina- 

mi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 39-5522) 
Knox, Miss Martha, 1950, SBC 

(Furlough) Jackson, Mo. 2 Chome, TH 

Meiji Machi, Tobata. (Tel. 3245) 
Knudten, Dr. & Mrs. Arthur C., 1920, 

ULCA (Extended Leave) 252 Atara 

St., Monrovia, Calif. 
Knutsen, Miss Astri, 1954, NEOM 

Ueda, Nakoso Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Knutsen, Edvin, 1954, NEOM Iwaki 

Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Knutson, Rev. & Mrs. Alton, 1951, 

ELC (Furlough 56-57) c/o 422 

South Fifth St., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Koch, Rev. & Mrs. Dennis, 1952, 

ULCA 2 Shimo Itakura Cho, Koya- 

ma, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 4- 

274) 
Koch, Miss Joyce, 1954, MC(IBC)- 

Kwassui Junior College, 12 Higashi 

Yamate, Nagasaki Shi, (Tel. 1416) 



304 DIRECTORIES 

Kochi, Sister Nancy S., LDS 14-2 

Hiroo Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Koehler, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 1954, 

PN (IBC) Associate IBC missiona 
ries working with the National 

Christian Council for service men 

Christian Service Men s Center, 9 

Moto Machi, Sasebo, Nagasaki Ken. 
Koepke, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 1955, 

MSL 860-4 Chome, Shimo Meguro, TF4AA-Q 

Meguro Ku, Tokyo. >r 

Koets, Miss Magdalena, 1951, CRJM 

(Furlough 56-57) 299-1 Chome, 

Egota, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

95-6641) 

Kohler, Rev. & Mrs. Werner, 1954, 

SEAM 10 Higashi Machi, Shogoin, 

Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 7-2437) 
Kolbenson, Miss Bertha, 1950, OEM 

(Furlough 55-56) Box 761, Kobe. 

~a }]/ s< > -fe 

Kongstein, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 1951, 

NEOM Iwaki Shi, Fukushima Ken. 
Koop, Miss Mary, 1954, NTM 1327 

Mamada, Mamada Machi, Tochigi 

Ken. 

Korver, Mr. & Mrs. Ronald G., 1948, 
RCA (IBC) Meiji Gakuin, 42 Imaza- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 



305 



to Cho, Shirokane, Minato Ku, To 
kyo. (Tel. 49-6187) 

Koski, Miss Beatrice, 1953, FEGC 
30 Ochiai, Kurume Mura, Kitatama 
gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kurume 22) 

Koyama, Mr. Seiichi, 1947, CA c/o S. 
J. Lang, 1521, 4 Chome, Egota 
Machi, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. 

Kramer, Miss Lois, 1917, EUB(IBC)- 
500-1 Chome, Shimoochiai, Shinjuku 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 95-5031) 

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, Suginami 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017) 

Kreps, Mr. & Mrs. Homer, 1953, 
CBFMS 261, 3 Chome, Itabashi, 
Itabashi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 29-2401) 

Kreps, Rev. & Mrs. Leslie, 1950, MC 
(IBQ (Furlough 55-57) 116, 6 
Chome, Aoyama Minami Cho, Mi 
nato Ku, Tokyo. 

Kreyling, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 1949, 
MSL 2458-2 Suido Cho, Nagaoka 
Shi, Niigata Ken. 



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306 DIRECTORIES 

Kristerson, Miss Ruth, 1951, EMCA 

(Furlough), 990-3 Chome, Nakame- 

guro, Meguro Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 49- 

8746) 
Kristiansson, Rev. & Mrs. Gunnar, 

1952, MCCS (SM J) Swedish Mission, ^ y x f- ^ v v y 

361 Kuwata, Aminohama, Okayama 

Shi. (Tel. Okayama 2-9672) 
Kroehler, Rev. & Mrs. Armin, 1950, 

E&R(IBQ Takada Machi, Onuma 

Gun, Fukushima Ken. (Tel. Aizu 

Takada 222 Ko) (Furlough 55-56) 
Kroeker, Miss Ann, 1950, PAC 

(Furlough 55-56) 50 Euston Ave., 

Toronto, Ont, Canada. 
Krueger, Miss Naomi, 1954, E&R(IBC) 

Hokusei Gakuen, Minami 5 Jo, 

Nishi 17 Chome, Sapporo, Hokkaido. 
Kruse, Mr. & Mrs. D. R., IND 267-1 

Chome, Denenchofu, Ota Ku. Tokyo. 
Kuba, Rev. & Mrs. David A., 1952, 

WGM 267-3 Chome, Itabashi Machi, 

Itabashi Ku, Tokyo. 
Kubo, Miss Rowena, 1954, FEGC 111 

Hakuraku, Kanagawa Ku, Yokoha 
ma. (Tel. 4-5217) 
Kuecklich, Miss Gertrud E., 1922, EUB 

(IBC) Aisenryo Evangelical Orpha- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 307 

nage, Raiha Mura, Kazo Machi, 

Saitama Ken. (Tel. Kazo 341) 
Kuehl, Mr. & Mrs. Delbert. 1951, 

TEAM 1733, 4 Chome, Fukazawa 

Cho, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Kung, Rev. & Mrs. Tien Min, 1953, 

CMB 18 Yamazoe Cho, Shugakuin, 

Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Kunz, Mr. Arthur, 1952, LM 230, 49 

litsuka Cho, Makabe Machi, Maka- 

be Gun, Ibaraki Ken. 
Kusunoki, Miss Yasuko, 1955, E&R 

(IBQ Interboard House, 4 of 12 

Shiba Park, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

43-2188) 
Kvarme, Miss Asta M., 1951, NEOM 

(Furlough) c/o 20 Mollergaten, 

Oslo, Norway. 
Kyollen, Mrs. Ruth, BPT 341 Hara- 

komiya, Akita Machi, Nishitama 

Gun, Tokyo. 



Laitinen, Miss Martta, 1952, LEAF- 

5073 Kamihama, Okay a Shi, Nagano -L:H 7-f r 

Ken. 
Lamb, Miss June, 1955, PS c/o Mrs. 



308 DIRECTORIES 

Kimura, 10, Nishi Ashiya, Ashiya O ^frt^ 71* 

Shi, Hyogo Ken. (Tel. Ashiya 3758) . 
Lammers, Rev. & Mrs. Richard L., 

1948, E&R(IBC) 6 of 1 Asukai Cho, 

Tanaka, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 

7-4494). 
Lancaster, Miss Cecile, (Hawaii) , 1920, 

SBC Seinan Jo Gakuin, Itozu, Ko- 

kura. (Tel. 5-2744). 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. Lewis H. Jr., 

1952, PS 14, 3 Tokushima Hon Cho, 

Tokushima Shi. 
Lancaster, Rev. & Mrs. Wm., 1953, 

BMM Box 49, Fukushima Shi. 7 > 

Landis, Miss Janell Jean, 1953, E&R 

(IBQ Interboard House, 4 of 12 

Shiba Park, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

43-2188). 
Lane, Miss Dottie, 1951, SBC Seinan 

Jo Gakuin, Itozu, Kokura. (Tel. 

5-2744). 
Lang, Rev. & Mrs. Ernst, 1928, 1930, 

EUB(IBC) 405 KikunaCho, Kohoku 

Ku, Yokohama, (Mail-Address- 

Kanagawa P. O. Box 39, Yokohama) . 

(Tel. 4-3167). 
Langager, Rev. & Mrs. David. 1952, 

LBA 1 Chome Hon Cho, -Sakata 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 309 

Shi, Yamagata Ken. (Tel. 1307), 
Lant, Miss Mary Jo, 1947, TEAM 

350, 2 Chome, Honmoku Machi, 

Naka Ku, Yakohama Shi. (Tel. 

Yokohama (2) -7986). 
Larlee, Rev. & Mrs. Charles, 1950, SlP^^n; ft 

TEAM 1190 Karuizawa Machi, Na- O 99- 

gano Ken. (Tel. Karuizawa 2522). 
Larsen, Elder Evan, LDS 53 Minami 

Machi, Toji in, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto 

Shi. 
Larsen, Rev. & Mrs. Morris C., 1952, 

LBA 1 Chome Hon Cho, Sakata Shi, 

Yamagata Ken. (Tel. 1307). 
Larson, Mr. & Mrs. David, 1954, 

ABCFM(IBC) Kobe Jo Gakuin, -> : ^ 

Okadayama, Nishinomiya. 
Larson, Mr. Howard, IND 906 Tateno 

machi, Nerima Ku, Tokyo. 
Latta, Miss Jean, 1950, PAC (Fur 
lough 1955-56). 50 Euston Ave., 

Toronto, Ont, Canada. 
Laug, Rev. & Mrs. George, 1948, 

TEAM 261, 3 Chome, Itabashi, 

Itabashi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 96-2401). 
Lautz, Mr. & Mrs. Willam, 1951, 

TEAM 165 Imaizumi Cho, Toyama AI 7 V v 

Shi, Toyama Ken. 



310 DIRECTORIES 

Lautzenheiser, Miss Wanda, 1952, 

FEGC 1027 Shimo Tano, Minano 

Machi, Chichibu Gun, Saitama Ken. 7 > ^ > 

Lawson, Miss Dorothy M., 1949, PN 

(IBQ Interboard House, 4 of 12 

Shiba Park, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

43-2188). 
Layden, Miss Frances, 1948, CA c/o 

S. J. Lang, 1521, 4 Chome Egota KTH-Hz:- 

Machi, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. ^ 

Lea, Miss L. E., 1927 SPG 21, 2 

Chome, Yamamoto Dori, Ikuta Ku, 

Kobe. 
Lean, Miss Ruby, (Aus.), 1951, WT 

772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku Ku, -t 

Yokohama. 
Lee, Miss Cleo, 1952, ASC Higashi 

Shinkojo, Nobeoka Shi, Miyazaki V ~ 

Ken. 

Lehman, Mr. Gene, 1954, PEC Rik- 

kyo Univ., 3 Chome, Ikebukuro, To- 

shima Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 97-3121) 
Leith, Miss Isobel, 1933, UCC(IBC) 

lai Joshi Yochien, 53 Moto Machi, }gjgj 

Hakodate Shi, Hokkaido. (Tel. 1119) 
Leiyn, Miss Jennie, 1950, NTM Ichi- 

noseki Shi, Iwate Ken. (Furlough) 
Lemmon, Miss Vivian, CC-TCM 80 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 311 



Shimoyashiki, Tanabe, Wakayama AO 

Ken. 
Leonard, Rev. & Mrs. Clifford, 1954, 

NTM Kamiishiwara, Chofu Machi, 

Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. 
L Heuruex, Rev. & Mrs. Louis, 1952, 

ULCA 1306, 2 Mihagino Nakamuta, 

Kokura Shi. 
Lichty, Miss Maria, 1955, M c/o Ka- 

neko, 2084 3 Chome, Setagaya, Seta- -OAK 

gaya Ku. (Tel. 42-4095) -> 

Likins, Mr. & Mrs. Claude, 1954, jJOk ilWffl^Gil 

CC-LMJ 141 1 Chome, Tsurumaki -TB E9- 

Cho, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. ^ ^ : 

Limbert, Miss Mary, 1950, SBC 2 

Chome, Meiji Machi, Tobata Shi. 

(Tel. 3245) 
Lind, Rev. & Mrs. Ingemar, 1952, 

SFM(SMJ) 122 Iwama Cho, 2 

Chome, Hodogaya Ku, Yokohama. 
Lind, Miss Jenny, (China) 1951, MC 

(IBQ Fukuoka Jo Gakuin, 523 Mi- mm&*& V > K 

nami Yakuin, Fukuoka. 
Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. David, 1955, 

ALM 139 Higashi Tamagawa Cho, W~ 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-4989). 
Lindberg, Rev. & Mrs. Sten, 1951, 

BGCA Shirahama Cho, Wakayama 



312 DIRECTORIES 

Ken. 
Linden, Rev. & Mrs. Arne, (China) 

1950, SAMJ(SMJ) 2914 Nishi Shin- 

machi, Nakaizumi, Iwata Shi, Shizu- 

oka 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, 1955-Sept. 56) c/o 

5720 W. 8th St., Minneapolis Minn., A 

USA. 1068-3 Chome, Matsubara 

Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 
Lingle. Rev. & Mrs. Wilbur, 1954, 

TEAM 2419 Karuizawa Machi, 

Nagano Ken. 
Lipponen, Miss Sanna, 1948, LEAF 

108 Kobinata Suido Cho, Bunkyo 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Little, Mr. John, 1954, WEC 2 Ban 

Cho, Hikone Shi, Shiga Ken. 
Little, Mr. & Mrs. L. N., (China), 

1953, OMF 1-16 Anabatake, Minato 

Machi, Hachinohe Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Littlejohn, Miss Jean, 1950, ABCFM 

(IBQ Ryogoku, Tomisato Mura, 



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313 



Imba Gun, Chiba Ken. (Furlough 

1955-56) 
Livingston, Rev. & Mrs. Theodore, 

1952, ABFMS 79, 2 Chome, Nishi- 

kumiura, Ueda, Morioka Shi, Iwate 

Ken. 
Lloyd, Rev. Gwilym G., (Hawaii) 1950 

PN (IBC) Hawaii Ryo, Teramachi 

dori, Imadegawa Sagaru, Kamikyo 

Ku, Kyoto. 
Lloyd, Rev. & Mrs. John J. 1947, 1954, 

PEC Imadegawa Sagaru, Karasu- 

maru, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 

4-0022) 
Lloyd, Miss Mary, 1929, JEB 45, 1 

Chome Asahi, Toyooka Shi, Hyogo 

Ken. 
Locker, Rev. & Mrs. J, IND 1337 

Miyaji, Nishitama Mura, Nishitama 

Gun, Tokyo. 
Loenander, Rev. & Mrs. Aake, 1951, 

SAMJ (SMJ) Yokosa, Furujuku 

Cho, Toyokawa Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Logan, Mr. & Mrs. Harvey (Aus.) 

1955, WT 12-2 1 Chome, Ninomiya 

Cho, Fukiai Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Long, Brigadier & Mrs. Arthur G., 

(India), 1951, SA 17, 2 Chome, 



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314 DIRECTORIES 

Kanda Jimbocho, Chiyoda Ku, To 
kyo (Tel. 33-7313) 
Long, Miss Beatrice, 1951, TEAM 27 

Sakurababa, Kochi Shi, Kochi Ken. 
Long, Mr. & Mrs. Winthrop A., 1951, 

YMCA c/o YMCA 7 Fujimi Cho, 

2 Chome, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. YMCAft 

33-6373). 
Loudermilk, Miss Betty, 1955, TEAM 

597 Karuizawa Machi, Nagano 

Ken. 
Low, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1952, NTM 

1 chome 25 Sengoku Cho, Takao- 

ka Shi, Toyama Ken. 
Lowe, Miss Ruth Anne, 1951, CBFMS 

c/o Mr. Tominaga, Saiwai Cho, ^HT ^x^^f 

Kurosawajiri Machi, Kitakami Shi, 7 f J 

Iwate Ken. 
Lowen, Miss I. 1955, OMF Tsutsui fffBftff&r&1Si#jgf# 

Machi, Tsutsui, Aomori Shi, Aomori Bj n ^ v 

Ken. 
Lowman, Miss Alice, 1952, IND-BAPT 

9, 2 Chome, Kamiuma Cho, Seta- 

gaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3684) 
Lucht, Rev. & Mrs. Carl, ICFG 2404 

Karuizawa Machi, Nagano Ken. 
Ludden, Mr. & Mrs. Hartley B., 1948, 

SDA Japan Missionary College, 



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Showa Machi, Chiba Ken. 7 F ^ 

Luginsland, Miss Helene, Nurse, 1951, ypjjr 

LM 58 Shoto Machi, Shibuya 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. H : O 

(Tel. 76-4209). 
Lundberg, Elder Don C. LDS 14-2 

Hiroo Cho, Azabu, Minato Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Lundeby, Rev. & Mrs. Anne, 1951, 

NLM Acting Principal of Lutheran THE: 

Bible Institute, Kobe. 3 Nakajima 

Dori. (Tel. 2-6956) 
Lundeen, Rev. & Mrs. Milton, 1954, 

ALM 139 Higashi Tamagawa Cho, w; H/L 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-4989) 7 1 

Luttio, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, 1952, ELC 

51-1 Chome, Otsu, Yokosuka Shi, 

Kanagawa Ken. 
Lynn, Miss Orlena M., 1951, RPM 

39 1 Chome, Nakayamete Dori, Iku- 

ta Ku, Kobe, Kobe P. O. Box 822 

(Tel. Kobe 2-8386) 
Lyreskog, Rev. & Mrs. Thore, 1953, 



316 DIRECTORIES 

SEOM (SMJ) 3909 Miya Cho, Mi- 
shima Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

M 



Maass, Miss M. A. (China), 1951, WBJffi^ 

OMF 2-51 Aza Minota, Fukunoda, 

Itayanagi Machi, Aomori Ken. 
MacDonald, Miss Alice E., 1951, PN 

(IBQ c/o Koichi Hirano, 562 Fuji 
yama Itabashi, Odawara Shi, Kana- ^ 

gawa Ken. 
MacDonald, Miss Jean, 1951, UCC (jfg 

(IBQ 69 Agata Cho, Nagano Shi. ft 

(Tel. 4363) (Furlough 1955-56.) 
Mackelprang, Elder Joseph, LDS 2- 

11 Takasago Dori, Toyonaka Shi, 

Osaka Fu. 
MacKenzie, Miss Virginia M., 1919, 

PN (IBQ (Furlough 1955-56) Bai- 

ko Jo Gakuin, Maruyama Cho, Shi- 

monoseki. (Tel. 3722) 
Mackley, Elder James R., LDS 1604 

Oaza Sawa Mura, Minami Matsu- 

moto Shi, Nagano Ken. 
Maclain, Rev. & Mrs. Jack, 1956, 

QMS 391 Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664) 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 317 



MacLeod, Rev. & Mrs. Ian G., 1950, 

UCC (IBQ 15 Shiomidai Cho, O- 

taru Shi, Hokkaido. (Tel. 6542) 
MacMurphey, Mr. Charles, 1954, 

ULCA 351 Oye Machi, Moto, Kuma- 

moto 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 65 Saiwai Cho, Takamatsu 

Shi. (Tel. Takamatsu 3791) 
Maiden, Miss Margaret, 1954, MC 

(IBQ Keimei High School, 35 

Nakayamate Dori, 4 Chome, Ikuta ^*ln /-f-r> 

Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 2-3539) 
Makkonen, Miss Sarah, 1950, SSM 

(Furlough July 1955-56) 2210 Sanno 

2 Chome, Ota Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 76- 

4209) 
Malmvall, Rev. & Mrs. Philip, (China), 

1951, SAMJ (SMJ) 23-19796 Shijimi- 

zuka Cho, Hamamatsu Shi, Shizu- 

oka Ken. 
Manierre, Rev. & Mrs. Stanley, 1954, 

ABFMS 1276 Harada, Toyonaka 

Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Toyonaka 4433) . 
Manso, Miss Florence (Korea), 1950, 



318 DIRECTORIES 

WT 1 Toyooka Cho, Shiba, Mita, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Marcks, Miss Margaret M., 1951, JEB 

(On Furlough 1956) co Japan 

Evangelistic Band, 1412, N. Kingsley 

Drive, Los Angeles, 27, Calif, U.S.A. 
Marsh, Miss Berni, 1955, WUMS 221 

Yamate Machi, Naka Ku, Yokohama. 
Marsh, Miss Edna (Aus.), 1951, WT 

772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku Ku, 

Yokohama. 
Marsh, Miss Lois, 1954, WUMS 221, 

Yamate Machi, Naka Ku, Yokohama 

Shi. 
Martin, Mr. & Mrs. David, 1951, 

TEAM 168 Izumi Cho, Suginami 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Martin, Rev. & Mrs. Edward H., 1950, 

NTM 2011 Noguchi, Higashi-Mura- 

yama Machi, Tokorozawa Shi, Sai- 

tama Ken. 
Martin, Miss Mary, 1949, ACF 438 ^^J^^g^Wj^BT 

Sakae Machi, 4 Chome, Aizu Waka- EHTSEHA 

matsu, Fukushima Ken. -?-=fy 

Mason, Rev. & Mrs. Jack R., 1951, 

BBF 149, 2 Chome, Sakae Cho, 

Matsudo Shi, Chiba Ken. 
Massengill, Miss Mary Lou, 1954, SBC 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 319 



22 Kami-Ikeda Cho, Kitashirakawa, 

Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. 7-5777) 
Masson, Mr. Jack, 1951, WEC 569 

Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kanzaki 

Gun, Shiga Ken. 
Matheson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert H., 1952, 

FEGC 111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa 

Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217) 
Matthews, Rev. & Mrs. Alden E., 

(China), 1952, ABCFM (IBQ 540 

Takakura, Hino Machi, Minamitama 

Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Hachioji 3754) 
Matthewson, Miss Mildred E., (B. W. 

I.) 1936, UCC (IBQ 2 Higashi 

Toriizaka, Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 48-3325) 
Mattson, Rev. & Mrs. Walter, 1953, S STpj&BlH 

ULCA 3 Kasumi Cho, Nishinomiya 

Shi. 
Maxey, Mr. & Mrs. Mark G., 1954, &!EJ&&M7ft 

CC-KCM Kanoya, Kagoshima Ken. 
May, Mrs. Frances, 1952, TEAM 30 JJOfclWfclMWBBI^ffl 

Ochiai, Higashi Kurume, Kitatama /Kl^H 

Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kurume 22) 
Mayer, Miss Margery, 1948, MC (IBC) gg!ES,7f5lilTWT--ra 

224 Yamashita Cho, Kagoshima 

Shi. 
Mayer, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. (R. N.) 



320 DIRECTORIES 

Paul S., 1909, EUB (IBC) 500, 1 T02OO 

Chome, Shimo Ochiai, Shinjuku Ku, / - -V - 

Tokyo. (Tel. 95-3666) 
McAllister, Mr. J., IND 23 Shinoda 

Cho, Aomori Shi, Aomori Ken. 
McAlpine, Rev. & Mrs. James A., 1935, 

PS 6, 1 Chome, Kokonoe Cho, Gifu 

Shi. (Tel. 2-4701) 
McAlpine, Mr. & Mrs. Donald, 1950, 

TEAM (Furlough 55-57) 718 

Peralta Way, Fresno, California. 
McCain, Miss Pearle (Ed. D.), (China), 

1951, MC (IBC) Seiwa Joshi Tanki 

Daigaku, Okadayama, Nishinomiya -v ? ? ^ -f > 

Shi. (Tel. 2009) 
McCall, Mr. & Mrs. Loren, 1954, ^DSCSIftffi^Mlftffl^ 

TEAM 1433 Setagaya, Setagaya H== T=-;Ar 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-1367) 
McCammon, Rev. & Mrs. Don M., 

(China), 1953, M 428 Honan Cho, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-9275) 
McCartney, Mr. & Mrs. Sedoris, 1948, 

ULCA (Furlough) c/o 1435 West 

31 St. Minneapolis, Minn. 
McCormick, Miss Jean, 1949, JEB 

Shiotani, Tachibana Machi, Naka 

Gun, Tokushima Ken. 
McCoy, Miss Beulah, 1947, ABFMS 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 321 

7 Nakajima Cho, Sendai Shi, Miyagi ~? - =* -f 

Ken. (Tel. Sendai 2-8791) 
McCracken, Miss Lillian, 1951, IND 

25 Yahara Machi, 1 Chome, Nerima 

Ku, Tokyo. 
McCrimmon, Miss Mary F., 1952, 

UCC (IBQ Tokyo Union Theolog 
ical Seminary, 1, 707 Mure, Mitaka 

Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. Musashino 2549) 
McCune, Rev. & Mrs. George, 1951, 

CBFMS (Furlough) 2023 Agnes St., 

Eau Claire, Wise. 
McCune, Rev. & Mrs. H. C., IND 

1104 Ogawa, Kodaira Machi, Kita- Wl OK 

tama Gun, Tokyo. ~? y 7 3- *. - *s 

McDaniel, Mr. & Mrs. Chalmers, 1951, fSflMfHSr& ! BWT~ i 

TEAM 5210, 1 Chome, Futaba Cho, T02--O 

Niigata Shi, Niigata Ken. ~? y ? ?- * ^ 

McDaniel, Rev. & Mrs. John, 1949, MalU^UJiIH 

CBFMS 31 Nakasugiyama Dori, -???-*.jv 

Sendai Shi. (Tel. 2-4488) 
McGarvey, Rev. & Mrs. A. Paul, 1952, 

CMA P. O. Box 70, 547 Kako 

Machi, Hiroshima. (Tel. 3-6450) 
McGrath, Miss Violet, 1928, JEB 1163 

Kami-oiden, Higashi Tarumi, Taru- 

mi Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Mcllwaine, Rev. & Mrs. R. Heber, 



322 DIRECTORIES 

1934, 1935, OPC 79 Nii Machi, 
Watari Cho, Miyagi Ken. 
Mcllwaine, Dr. (D. D.) & Mrs. W.A., 

1919, 1939, PS 1, 5 Nishi Hirano 
Mikage Cho, Higashi-nada Ku, Kobe. 

Mckay, Rev. & Mrs. Bartlett, 1954, 
CN 193Sangenjaya Machi, Setagaya 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-0920) 

Mckay, Miss Doris, 1951, CJPM 
(Furlough) 22 Campbell St. Paramat 
ta, Sydney, Australia. 

Mckenzie, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur P., 1920, 
UCC (IBC) International Christian OO @Pi* y 
University, 1500 Osawa, Mitaka Shi, ffc A;^ 
Tokyo. (Tel. 398-3791) ^ * ? >r > 

McKim, Miss Nellie, 1947, PEC Moto- 
shiro Cho, Shimodate Shi, Ibaragi 
Ken. 

McKnight, Rev. & Mrs. William Q., 

1920, ABCFM (IBC) 9, Kwansei -**9T+\ 
Gakuin, Nishinomiya. 

McLachlan, Miss May, 1924, UCC IMW&$RtKi$$l 
(IBC) 753, 2 Chome, Shizunami, M TS-fcSH 
Haibara Cho, Haibara Gun, Shizu- -? v V 7 9 7*~ 

oka Ken. 

McLain, Miss Lulu M., 1955, MC(IBC) 
Keimei High School, 35 Naka- 
yamate Dori, 4 Chome, Ikuta Ku, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 323 

Kobe. (Tel. 2-3539) 
McLauchlin, Rev. & Mrs. W. C., 

(China), 1949, PS 112 Yamamoto 

Dori, 4 Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 

(Tel. Fukiai 2-1887) 
McLean, Rev. & Mrs. Donnel, 1953, JEM 

Negoya, Kamo Shi, Niigata Ken. 
McLean, Mr. Ralph Stanley, (Eire, 

England), 1951, WT 772 Shinohara 

Cho, Kohoku Ku, Yokohama. 
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. (Tel. 3336, 

Neighbour) 
McMahan, Mr. & Mrs. Carl, 1955, 

FEGC 111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa 

Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217) 
McMillan, Miss Mary, 1939, MC(IBC) 

720 Ushita Machi, Hiroshima. 

(Furlough 1955-56) 
McMillan, Rev. & Mrs. Virgil O., SBC 

1952, 9 Daitokuen, Nagasaki Shi. 
McNaughton, Rev. & Mrs. R. E., 1928, 

HFD 10 Honcho, Hakodate, Hok 
kaido. 



324 DIRECTORIES 

McNeill, Miss Elizabeth, 1950, PS 1, 

3 Chome, Yamada Cho, Nada Ku, 

Kobe. (Tel. Mikage 8-2760) 
McPhail, Mr. & Mrs. John L., 1950, 

NTM 1304 Kamiyasumatsu, Toko- 

rozawa Shi, Saitama Ken. 7 r>7-T < A- 

McSherry, Rev. & Mrs. H. J., 1949, 

MSCC 46 Komachi, Hiroshima Shi. 
McVety, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, 1949, 

TEAM (Furlough 1955-1956) c/o 

1043 Clifton Ave. N. W. Moose Jaw, 

Canada. 
McWilliams, Rev. & Mrs. Robert W., 

1951, MC (IBQ 42 Midorigaoka, 

Mitsui, Hikari Shi, Yamaguchi Ken. 

(Tel. Hikari 307) 
Medling, Rev. & Mrs. W. R., 1946, 

SBC 356 Shin-yashiki Machi, Kuma- 

moto Shi. 
Meek, Miss Martha Emma, 1955, MC 

(IBC) 69 Shoto Cho, Shibuya Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 46-1909) 
Meeko, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 1947, 

CBFMS 2, 16 Midori Cho, Yama- 

gata Shi. (Tel. 5076) 
Melaaen, Mr. & Mrs. Erling, 1950, 

NMA 8867 Shibuta, Ohara Machi, 

Isumi Gun, Chiba Ken. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 325 



Melchert, Mr. & Mrs. James F., 1952, 

E & R (IBC) 69 Katahira Cho, ^ 

Sendai, Miyagi Ken. 
Mende, Sister Dora, 1953, JCGM 968 ^PPI^ 

Mikatabara, Hamamatsu Shi, Shizu- 

oka Ken. 
Mendl, Mr. Wolf, 1955, AFSC 14, 1 jjtStHlE 

Chome, Mita Dai Machi, Minato Ku, T@ E3 

Tokyo. (Tel. 45-0804). 
Mercer, Rev. & Mrs. Dewey, 1955, 

SBC 352, 2 Chome, Nishi Okubo, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562) 
Merritt, Rev. Richard A., 1949, PEC 

131, Taishido, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 42-7869) 
Messenger, Mrs. Blanche, 1955, TEAM MM 

30 Ochiai, Higashikurume, Kita- >l^n~ 

tama Gun, Tokyo. 
Metcalf, Rev. & Mrs. Melbourne J., W^JIIM 

1949, EMCA 482 Sakawa, Odawara 

Shi, Kanagawa Ken. 
Metcalf, Mr. S. A., 1952, OMF Kana- 

gi Machi, Kita Gun, Aomori Ken. 
Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. Alexander, 1951, 

ULCA 370-2, 2 Chome, Shinmachi, 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-7659) 
Meyer, Mr. Hans, 1954, LM 1933 

Nakanoshima, Kawasaki Shi, Kana- 



326 DIRECTORIES 

gawa Ken. 
Meyer, Miss Hildegard, 1950, NTM 

(Furlough) Ichinoseki Shi, Iwate 

Ken. 
Meyer, Mr. & Mrs. John F., 1952, Hi- 

BA 52, 2 Chome, Kyoshin Cho, 

Minami Ku, Yokohama. 
Meyer, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1949, 

MSL (Furlough 1955-56) 16, 1 

Chome, Fujimi Cho, Chiyoda Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Meynardie, Rev. & Mrs. Robert E., 

1951, ULC A (Furlough 1956) 29 

Mitsuzawa Shimo Cho, Kanagawa 

Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4-7252) 
Micro, Miss Martta, 1948, LEAF 3- 

1633 Ikebukuro, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. 
Mihara, Miss Hana, (USA), 1950, WT 

Yamate Dori, 1 Chome, Higashi 

Tarumi Cho, Tarumi Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Miho, Fumiye, 1954, AFSC Setagaya 

Neighborhood Center, 8, 1 Chome, 

Kita Shimouma Cho, Setagaya Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 42-4016) 
Millard, Rev. & Mrs. Francis R., 

(Philippines), 1929, SDA 164-2 

Onden, 3 Chome, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 
Miller, Mr. Abram, 1952, TEAM 216 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 327 

Kitajima, Kitajima Cho, Toyohashi J^zi >\ 

Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Conrad, 1951, (jiS40 

FEGC (Furlough) 160 Glen Road, 

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 
Miller, Elder Don L., LDS 125 Ryu- 

suke Cho, Komatsu Shi, Ishikawa 

Ken. 
Miller, Miss Erma L., 1926, MM 

Honbaba Dori, Funa Machi, Ogaki 

Shi, Gifu Ken (Tel. Ogaki 3007) 
Miller, Miss Florence, 1951, NAB 

352, 1 Chome, Futamata Cho, Ise 

Shi, Mie Ken. (Tel. 4846) 
Miller, Miss Floryne, (China, Hawaii) , 

1939, SBC (Furlough 1955) c/o Mrs. 

O. S. Martin, Kingsport High 

Way, Johnson City, Tenn. Sei- 

nan Jo Gakuin, Itozu, Kokura Shi, 

(Tel 5-2744) 
Miller, Miss Jessie M. ( 1943, MSCC 

5-6 Teppo Cho, Kano Cho, Gifu 

Shi. 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Keith, 1952, TEAM 

283, 1 Chome Shimotakaido Cho, wj TH 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Miller, Elder H. Lewis, LDS 15 Kita 

Kuruwa Cho, Maebashi Shi, Gumma H 



328 DIRECTORIES 

Ken. 
Miller, Miss M. E. 1954, OMF Higa- 

shi 3 Chome, Kita 3 jo, Kitami Shi, HTH 7- 

Hokkaido. 
Miller, Miss Marjorie M., 1951, ULCA 

(Furlough 1956) , Kyushu Jogakuin, 

Shimizu Machi, Kumamoto Shi. 

(Tel. 5375). 
Millikan, Mrs. Eva B., 1911, FM 

1714, Koganei, Kitatama Gun, t H 

Tokyo. 
Milner, Miss M., (China), 1953, OMF 

Kita 22 Nishi 6, Sapporo, Hokkaido. 
Mincey, Rev. & Mrs. E. W. 1952, AG 

906 Tateno Machi, Nerima Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 99-8797) 
Mings, Mr. & Mrs. Ray, 1951, CC- 

OCM 1152, 3 Nakaburi, Hirakata 

Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Mitchell, Miss Anna Marie. 1950, 

ELC (Furlough 1956-57) c/o 422 

South Fifth St. Minneapolis, Minn., 

U. S. A. 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Guy S., 1953, 

PS Shikoku Christian College, Iku- raaS^^^HA^ 

no, Zentsuji, Kagawa Ken. (Tel. $ <x f- x >v 

Zentsuji 425) 
Mitchell, Rev. Irine G., 1949, PS 3 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 329 

Kumochi cho, 1 Chome, Fukiai Ku, TBH -yf-i^ 

Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai 2591) 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas, 1949, JlCSl^fc^JPI&JK^S 

TEAM 30 Ochiai, Higashi Kurume, 3tifc=LO 

Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kuru- ^ " ^ x }V 

me 22) 
Moase, Miss Helen C., 1953, UCC(IBC) ^fffffim^WziH 

25 Nishi Kusabuka Machi, Shizu- ^e - * 

oka Shi. 
Moe, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur J., 1952, 

FEGC 242 Matsuyama, Fuji Yoshi- 

da Shi, Yamanashi Ken. 
Moffitt, Elder Howard, LDS 35, 1 

Chome, Ito Tomioka Cho, Otaru 

Shi, Hokkaido. 
Montei, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas, 1955, 

FEGC 111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa ^ > 

Ku, Yokohama Shi. (Tel. 4-5217) 
Moon, Mrs. Inez, 1952, ASC Yoshito- 

mi Machi, Chikujo Gun, Fukuoka 

Ken. 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. B. C., 1924, RCA 

(IBQ (Furlough 1955-56) 107 Oho- -Ob *-7 

ri Machi, Fukuoka Shi. (Tel. Fuku 
oka 2-0017) 
Moore, Miss Helen G., (Philippines) 

1931, MC(IBC) Kwassui Junior 

College, 12 Higashi Yamate dori, 



330 DIRECTORIES 

Nagasaki. (Tel. 1416) 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Lardner C., 1954, 

PS 1478 Shironomae Mikage Cho, 

Higashi Nada Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Mi 
kage 8-2986) 
Moore, Rev. & Mrs. Lardner W., 1924, 

PS Shikoku Christian College, Iku- 

no, Zentsuji, Kagawa ken. 
Moore, Rev. (Ed. D.) & Mrs. Raymond 

S., 1951 SDA Japan Missionary 

College, Showa Machi, Chiba Ken. ^-7 

Moorhead, Rev. & Mrs. M. F., 1946, 

SBC South 12, West 1, Sapporo 

Shi. (Tel 2-5918) 
Moran, Rev. & Mrs. S. F, 1916, ABCFM 

(IBC) 59 Kumoi Cho, Shukugawa, 

Nishinomiya. (Tel. Nishinomiya 

3121) 
Morano, Miss Thuvia, 1951, BMM 

Box 49, Fukushima Shi, Fukushima 

Ken. 
Morehouse, Miss Mildred, 1955, FEGC 

111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa Ku, ^T^V 

Yokohama Shi. (Tel. 4-5217) 
Moreton, Dr. & Mrs. Hugh, 1951, 

IUGM 748 Musashino Shi, Sakai, A 

Tokyo. (Tel. Musashino 2224) 
Morgan, Elder Jack, LDS 28 Kozen- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 331 

ji Dori, Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken. HA ^ jfi/ 

Morgen, Rev. & Mrs. Jaymes P., 
(China, Philippines), 1953, ABWE 

Higashi P. O. Box No. 39, Kagoshi- 

ma Shi, Kagoshima Ken. 
Morgan, Miss Mary Neal, 1950, SBC 
(Furlough) 321 N. East St., 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 575-576) 
Morrill, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas W., 1949, 

UCC(IBC) No. 5, Kwansei Ga- <c- 

kuin, Nishinomiya. (Tel. Nigawa 

491) 
Morris, Mr. & Mrs. A. J., 1952, 1951, 

CJPM (Furlough) 445 Hyakken 

Machi, Maebashi, Gumma Ken. 
Morris, Miss Betty, 1952, CBFMS 

83 Tsutsumi Dori, Sendai Shi. 
Morris, Mr. & Mrs. D., 1952, OMF 

Higashi Samani, Higashi Samani, 

Hidaka, Hokkaido. 
Morris, Miss Kathleen, 1949, ACF 

438 Sakae Machi, 4 Chome, Aizu 



332 DIRECTORIES 

Wakamatsu, Fukushima Ken. 
Morris, Miss Margaret Geveva, 1955, 

MC(IBC) 11 Konno Cho, Shibuya 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 40-0649) 
Moss, Rev. & Mrs. John, 1948, MC 

(IBC) 13, 4 Chome, Kudan, Chiyo- 

da Ku Tokyo. (Tel. 33-6763) 
Motoyama, Miss Julia, 1947, JGF 80 

Shimo Midori Cho, Shichiku, Kita AO 

Ku, Kyoto. 
Mowrer, Mr. & Mrs. Max, 1953, ChC 

Omika, Kuji Machi, Hitachi Shi, 

Ibaragi Ken. (Tel. Kujihama 2251) 
Moy, Miss Agnes, 1951, FCM Rajoo 

Mon P. O., Kyoto. 
Mueller, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1951, 

TEAM 1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, TH 

Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3442) 
Muir, Rev. & Mrs. Francis, (China), 

1953, UCC(IBC) Ichijo Dori, 

Karasumaru Nishi, Kamikyo Ku, 

Kyoto. 
Mundinger, Miss Dora, 1953, JCGM 

331 Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 32-4794) 
Munroe, Miss Ruth M. (Siam, Jamai 
ca), 1952, SDA 171 Amanuma, 1 

Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 333 



Munsterberg, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. 

Hugo, IND EPIS International OO mm* V x h 

Christian University, 1500 Osawa, 

Mitaka, Tokyo. 
Murata, Rev. & Mrs. Herbert, 1949, 

1953, FEGC 147 Miyamoto Cho, ra-b A 7 ? 

Hanno Shi, Saitama Ken. 
Murata, Mr. Koichiro, OB Omi 

Hachiman Shi, Shiga Ken. 
Murch, Miss Barbara, 1951, NTM 

Takada Machi, Takada Shi, Iwate 

Ken. 
Mutch, Rev. & Mrs. Bruce 1955, 

MSCC Shimotachiuri Agaru, Kara- 

sumaru Dori, Kami Kyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Myhrwold, Miss Froydis, 1951, ELC 

3 Chome, Nakagawa Cho, Shimada TH 

Shi, Shizuoka Ken. $ 

- N - 

Nader, Miss Esther, 1951, TEAM ClSS t ) 

5321 Grace St., Chicago 41, 111. 

U. S. A. (Furlough 1955-57). 
Nako, Miss Adeline, (Hawaii), 1953, 

WT 16 2-Chome, Fujimi Cho, Chi- 

yoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Nealis, Mr. Grant, 1955 QMS 391 



334 DIRECTORIES 

Kashiwagi, 3 Chome, Shinjuku Ku, TH = /L 

Tokyo. (Tel. 37-3664). 
Nelson, Miss Ada, (China), 1952, 

ABFMS 2, 1 Chome, Misaki Cho, 

Kanda, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

20-3115). 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Alfred, (China), 

1953, SFM (SMJ) 2189 Shinohara 

Machi, Kohoku Ku, Yokohama, (Tel. 

4-0811, Mrs. Masaki). 
Nelson, Rev. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Andrew 

N., (China, Philippines), 1918, SDA 

164-2 Onden 3 Chome, Shibuya 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Nelson, Miss Anna, 1954, TEAM 597 

Karuizawa Machi, Nagano Ken. 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Don, 1951, 

TEAM 704 City View Drive South, 

Minneapolis 16, Minn. U. S. A. 

(Furlough 1955-57). 
Nelson, Miss Grace, 1954, ELC 432 

Furusho, Shizuoka Shi, Shizuoka H~ ^ ;i/ y :. 

Ken. 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Loyce N., 1950, 

SBC 16-308 Zakoba Cho, Hiroshima. 

(Tel. 4-0037). 
Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Paul W., 1950, 

SDA 164-2 Onden SChome, Shibuya 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 335 

Ku, Tokyo. *^y v 

Nelson, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1952, 

ELC 18 Mukaiyama, Dai Cho, 

Toyohashi Shi, Aichi Ken. 
Nelson, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs, Richard 

A., 1955, SDA 171 Amanuma 1 

Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Netland, Mr. & Mrs. Anton, 1952, 

TEAM 54 Matsubara Cho, Aomori M * h ? is F 

Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Neufeld, Miss Bertha, 1951, FEGC 

Henderson, Nebraska, U. S. A. 

(Furlough) . 
Neumann, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 1954, 

ELC 21 Maruyama Cho, Bunkyo Zr--*> 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Neve, Rev. & Mrs. Lloyd R., 1948, 

ULCA 118 Sasayama Machi 2 Cho 
me, Kurume Shi. (Tel. 4972). 
Newbrander, Rev. & Mrs. Virgil, 1951, 

FEGC 3726 W. 132 St., Cleveland 

11, Ohio. U. S. A. (Furlough). 
Nicholson, Donald V., 1950, IND-SOF 

-(Furlough 55-56), Gokasho P. O., 

Shiga Ken. ^ 3 ;p y > 

Nicholson, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert V., (Ul H 1 ) 

1951, IND-SOF (Furlough 55-56). 
Nicholson, Rev. & Mrs. John, 1949, 



336 DIRECTORIES 

ABFMS 4 Miharudai, Minami Ku 
Yokohama. (Tel. 3-6628). 

Niehaus, Miss Elizabeth L., 1955, E & 
R (IBQ 41 Uwa Cho, Komega- 
fukuro, Sendai. (Tel. 3-3257) 

Nielsen, Mr. & Mrs. Paul, 1940, CC- 
REJ 154 Minami Miagino, Minami 
no me, Hirano Machi, Sendai. 

Niemi, Miss Tyyne, 1926, LEAF 185, 
4 Chome, Denenchofu, Ota Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Nilsson, Miss Ella (China) 1950, SEOM 
(SMJ) 1675 Omiya, Fujinomiya 
Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 

Nimura, Miss Blanche, 1952, ASC 
1165 Goya Dori, Beppu Shi, Oita 
Ken. 

Nipper, Rev. & Mrs. Leonard, 1949, 
AG 90, 4 Nagamineyama, Nada Ku, 
Kobe. (Tel. Mikaga 5229) 

Nishi, Rev. (Ph. D.) Shunji F., 1951, 
PEC Central Theological College, 
16, 2 Chome, Tamagawa Naka Ma 
chi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. Fu- 
tako Tamagawa 575-576) 

Noel, Mr. & Mrs. Don O., 1954, AFSC 
Toyama Heights Neighborhood 
Center, Sliinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 337 

34-7245). 
Noell, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 1955, 

CBFMS 352, 2 Chome, Nishiokubo, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3462) 
Nordbii, Rev. & Mrs. Anund, 1953, 

NMS 1096, Katahara Machi, Nara 

Shi. (Tel. 5574) 
Norden, Rev. & Mrs. Russell L., 1953, 

RCA (IBQ 2272-2, 4 Chome, Su- 

wano Machi, Kurume Shi, Fukuoka 

Ken. 
Nordlie, Miss Edel, 1954, FCM Rajoo- 

mon P. O. Kyoto. 
Nordstrand, Miss Edel, (China), 1953, 

NLM 27 Chimori Machi, 1 Chome, 

Suma, Kobe. 
Nordstrom, Miss Elaine, 1952, BGCA 

2-352 Nishiokubo, Shinjuku Ku, -TBHSz: 

Tokyo. / *iK * IV B - 

Nordtvedt, Rev. & Mrs. Thomas E., 

1951, LBA (Furlough 1956) Nishi- 

negoya Machi, Akita Shi, Akita Ken. 

(Tel. 2580) 
Norland, Mr. & Mrs. Bernhard, 1953, 

NMA 184 Yamate, Naka Ku, Yoko- EH ; - 7 > F 

hama. 
Norman, Rev. & Mrs. Howard, 1932, 

UCC (IBQ 7 Kwansei Gakuin, 



338 DIRECTORIES 

Nishinomiya. (Tel. Nigawa 476) 
Norris, Mr. Douglas, 1955, MC (IBC) 

7, 10 Chome, Daiko Cho, Higashi OT@-b / 

Ku, Nagoya. 
Norton, Mr. & Mrs. James, 1952, 

TEAM 483 Aza Higashi Bamba, 

Oaza Kurita, Nagano Shi, Nagano 

Ken. (Tel. 6100) 
Norton, Rev. & Mrs. Richard B., ^^ 

(China, Thailand) 1951, PN (IBC)- T 

Dange, Hojo Cho, Kasai Gun, Hyo- 

go Ken. 
Notehelfer, Mr. & Mrs. J. Karl, 1950, 

1934, TEAM 1 Chome, Tamagawa, B/3EJM-TR 

Todoroki Machi, Setagaya Ku, t*~ \-^^ 

Tokyo. 
Nuding, Rev. & Mrs. Norman H., 

1951, ULCA (Furlough 1956) 25 

Ichiban Cho, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 33-8832) 
Nukida, Rev. William J., 1949, UPC 

326 Fushimi Cho, Sapporo, Hokkaido. 
Nyren, Miss Margareta, (China) , 1949, 

MCCS (SMJ) (Furlough) Hovslaett, 

Sweden. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 

O - 

Odden, Miss Guri, (China), 1950, NMA 

Otaki Machi, Isumi Gun, Chiba 

Ken. 
Oehler, Rev. & Mrs. Harald, 1952, 

GEAM 2-20 Tomizaka, Bunkyo Ku, O 

Tokyo. (Tel. 92-2921) 
Oestreich, Rev. & Mrs. George, 1949, 

JGF 462, 4 Showa Cho, Hamadera, 

Sakai Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. Kama- ^ * ? -f 9 

dera 324) 
Offner, Rev. & Mrs. Clark B., 1951, SfcJ*X^:ff$t|^$* 

CCC 66 Kuma Hozen, Kariya Shi, 

Aichi Ken. 
Oglesby, Mrs. Angela M., 1949, PEC 

20, Nozaki Dori 8 Chome, Fukiai TFIziO 

Ku, Kobe. * y 

Oldridge, Miss (Th. D.), Mary Belle, 

1920, MC (IBQ 11 Konno Cho, 

Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 
Olfert, Miss Marie, 1950, FEGC 

(Furlough) Fraser, Montana, U.S.A. 
Oliver, Rev. & Mrs. Ed. L., 1950, SBC 

98 Kami Arata Machi, Kagoshima 

Shi. (Tel. 4070) 
Olofsson, Miss Birgit, 1953, SFM 



340 DIRECTORIES 

(SMJ) 359 Furujiku, Aoyagi, Masu- 

ho Cho, Yamanashi Ken. ^ - 7 y 

Olofsson, Miss Eva, (China), 1950, (^g^tO 

SFM (SMJ) (Furlough) Box 33, 

Kil, Sweden. 
Olson, Rev. & Mrs. George L., 1950, 

ALM 1410 Saijo Machi, Kamo Gun, 

Hiroshima Ken. (Tel. 31) 
Olson, Rev. & Mrs. James, 1954, LBA 

111 Kanezaka, Odate Shi, Akita 

Ken. (Tel. 1075) 
Olson, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 1951, 

ELC 1 Kajima Cho, Fuji Shi, Shizu- 

oka Ken. 

Oltman, Mr. & Mrs. Paul V., (Colom 
bia), 1931, PN(IBC) (Furlough 1955 

-56) 19, 9 Tsuna Machi, Mita, Mina- 

to Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-0438) 
Oniki, Elder Ben, LDS 29 Shinohara 

Machi, Kohoku Ku, Yokohama Shi. 
Orme, Elder Larry, LDS 2-11 Taka- 

sago Dori, Toyonaka Shi, Osaka Fu. o 
Ormiston, Dr. R. L, 1952, OMF 

Saiwai Cho, Kitakami Shi, Iwate Ken. 
Orth, Rev. Donald B., 1952, UCC(IBC) 

(Furlough 1955-56) 5 Minami, 7 

Chome, Higashi Ichi Jo, Obihiro, 

Hokkaido. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 341 

Osborn, Elder Robert T., LDS 1151 

Kadota Onari Cho, Okayama Shi. 
Osborne, Rev. David & Mrs. Alice, 

1955, AAMS 2 Shimizu Cho, Nishi 
nomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. (Tel. Nishi 
nomiya 1055) 
Ott, Mr. Paul, 1955, CJPM 445 Hya- 

kken Machi, Maebashi Shi, Gumma 

Ken. 
Outerbridge, Rev. (D. D.) & Mrs. 

Howard W., 1910, UCC(IBC)-4 

Kwansei Gakuin, Nishinomiya Shi. 

(Tel. Nishinomiya 620 & 670) 
Overland, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 1952, 

FM 45, 1 Chome, Maruyama Dori, 

Abeno Ku, Osaka Shi. (Tel. 66- * / r ? > K 

4661) 
Oxley, Rev. & Mrs. H. D., 1952, BPM ft^AW0Mr 

38 Kajiya Machi, Hitoyoshi Shi, 

Kumamoto Ken. 



Pack, Elder David, LDS 34, 1 Chome, 
Hachiman Dori, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 

Paine, Miss Mildred Anne, 1920, MC 

(IBC) c/o Aikei Gakuen, 1035 1 TH OH 
Chome, Motoki Cho, Adachi Ku, -{& 



342 DIRECTORIES 

Tokyo. (Tel. 88-2815) 
Painton, Miss Margaret (N.Z., Aus.), 

1951, WT 1 Toyooka Cho, Shiba 
Mita, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

Pallmeyer, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 1951, 

MSL Asahi Machi, 9 Chome, Asa- H * - ;u -*"f -V 

higawa Shi, Hokkaido. 
Palmer, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph T., 1952, 

UCMS(IBC) 55 Nakadate Machi, 

Honjo Shi, Yuri Gun, Akita Ken. 
Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. P. Lee, 1922, 

1920, MC(IBC) 1 Hanayama Cho, 

1 Chome, Nagata Ku, Kobe. 
Palmore, Rev. & Mrs. Peyton L., Ill, 

1948, 1954, MC(IBC) 30 Shinano- O 

machi, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

35-2432) 
Pape, Rev. & Mrs. W. H., (China), 

1952, OMF c/o Tokyo Theological 
Seminary, 3 Horinouchi 1 Chome, 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

Parker, Rev. & Mrs. Calvin, 1951, 

SBC 139, Togashi Machi, Chi 139, 

Kanazawa Shi. (Tel. 2-5402) 
Parker, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph, 1949, 

JEM 2895 Kitanakajima Cho, 1 

Chome, Nagaoka Shi. 
Parr, Miss D. A., 1927, CJPM 445 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 343 



Hyakken Machi, Maebashi, Gumma 

Ken. 
Parrott, Miss Rae Beth, 1955, MC 

(IBC) Hiroshima Jo Gakuin, 46 

Kami Nagarekawa Cho, Hiroshima 

Shi. 
Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. Elmer E., 1949, ( JiH^i) 

FM (Furlough) Central College, 

McPherson, Kansas. 
Parsons, Miss Maud, (China), 1951, 

MC(IBC) 9 Nakakawarage Cho, 

Hirosaki, Aomori Ken. (Tel. 2213) 
Parsons, Rev. & Mrs. Norman, 1948, 

MC(IBC) 56 Suido Cho, 2 Chome, 

Kochi Shi, Kochi Ken. 
Parsons, Rev. William B., Jr., 1951, 

PEC (Furlough) Protestant Episco 
pal Church, 28, 4th Avenue, N. Y. C. 

10, N. Y. 
Patkau, Mies Esther, 1951, GCMM 

(Furlough) 50, 3 Chome, Yodogawa HTBSO 

Cho, Miyazaki Shi. (Tel. 4009) * * => - 

Patschke, Rev. & Mrs. Arbie, 1955, 

MSL 2-58, 2 Chome, Suidobata, 

Bunkyo Ku. Tokyo. 
Patterson, Rev. & Mrs. James, 1953, 

BGCA 2-13 Toyotama Kita Nerima TM- 

Ku, Tokyo. 



344 DIRECTORIES 

Patton, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew, 1948, 

CC-CM 27 Sakurayama Machi, 

Nakano Ku, Tokyo. 
Paul, Miss Eva, 1951, ASC 2 Chome, 

Hon Machi, Saeki Shi, Oita Ken. 
Paulson, Mr. & Mrs. T. M., WMC 

Egobata, Higashi Tashiro Machi, 

Saga Shi, Saga Ken. 
Pearson, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce, 1954, 

AFP 75, 2 Chome, Maruyama Dori, 

Abeno Ku, Osaka Shi. 
Pease, Miss Harriet, 1951, CBFMS 

c/o Mr. Tominaga, Saiwai Cho, 

Kurosawajiri Machi, Kitakami Shi, 

Iwate Ken. 
Peavy, Miss Anne, 1923, MC(IBC) 

Seiwa Joshi Tanki Daigaku, Okada- 

yama, Nishinomiya. (Tel. 2624) 
Peckham, Miss Caroline, 1915, MC 

(IBC) Kwassui Junior College, 12 

Higashi Yamate Dori, Nagasaki. 

(Tel 1416) 
Pedersen, Miss Lois, 1950, ELC 38, 

1 Chome, Torisu Cho, Minami Ku, TH=A 

Nagoya Shi. 
Pedersen, Miss Ruth E., 1950, FCM 

27, Funadera Dori, Nada Ku, Kobe. 
Pedigo, Rev. Ray T., 1953, AG 2596, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 345 



2 Chome, Koiwa Machi, Edogawa 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Pelttari, Miss M., 1952, FFOM c/o 
Ogawa, Joyo Cho, Kuze Gun, Kyo 
to Fu. 

Percival, Mr. & Mrs. McKay, (USA), 
1953, WT 16, 2 Chome, Fujimi Cho, wrziTH 
Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 

Perry, Mr. Charles E., 1951, PEC ( ; ]g^)^ 
(Furlough Sep. 1955) c/o Protestant jfe^HT 
Episcopal Church, 281 4th Ave. NYC * 
10, N. Y. Rikkyo University, 3 Cho 
me, Ikebukuro, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. 

Persson, Rev. & Mrs. Folke, (Mongo 
lia), 1951, SEMJ(SMJ) 43, 3 Chome, 
Shimouma Machi, Setagaya Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 42-9094) 

Peters, Miss Dorothy, 1953, FEGC 
1012 Ome, Ome Shi, Tokyo. \z-9- 

Peters, Miss Jean, 1953, UCC(IBC)- 
c/o Dr. Tsunehiko Maki, 361, 4 
Chome, Asagaya, Suginami Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 39-9295) 

Petersen, Rev. & Mrs. Harry J., 1952, 
AG 1909 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku 
Ku, Yokohama. 

Petersen, Rev. & Mrs. Lyle, 1951, 
TEAM 2048, Ho jo Machi, Tateya- OWA 



346 DIRECTORIES 

ma Shi, Chiba Ken. 
Petersen, Miss Tordis M., 1953, E&R 

(IBC) c/o Mrs. Shizuko Iwasa, 415 ^WjraH 
Sakuragi Cho, Tonodan, Kamikyo v^/rr^j 

Ku, Kyoto. t~ 

Peterson, Rev. & Mrs. Leonard, 1955, 

EMCA 1068, 3 Chome, Matsubara 

Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

32-1411) 
Peterson, Rev. & Mrs. Lyle W., 1954 

PS 87 Takajo Machi, Kochi Shi, 
(Tel. Kochi 2937) 
Pettersson, Miss Anna, (China) , 1953, 

OMSS(SMJ) 1009 Daisen Cho, Sa- 

kai Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Pettitt, Mr. Leon, (Wales, England), 

1951, WT 772 Shinohara Cho, Ko- -k- -<T < 

hoku Ku, Yokohama. 
Pfaff, Miss Anne, 1937, JGF Bessho 

Cho, 152-1, Kishiwada Shi, Osaka 

Fu, (Tel. Kishiwada 1961) 
Pfaff, Rev. & Mrs. Newland J., BMM 

P. O. Box 49 Fukushima Shi, Fu- 

kushima Ken. 
Pfeifer, Mr. Samuel, 1955, SAJM 

445, Hyakken Machi, Maebashi Shi, PH3 7 ? 4 7 r 

Gumma Ken. 
Pfost, Miss Lois, 1953, BMM Box 49, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 347 

Fukushima, Fukushima Ken. ii^ tf x h 

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 Jim- 

bocho, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. ? -f V 

Phillips, Mr. & Mrs. George, 1951, fjtSrMTff fffiE 

TEAM 38, 2 Chome, Nishisaka -TH=A 

Machi, Chigusa Ku, Nagoya Shi. 7 * ^ y ?* 

Phipps, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph, 1954, 

MSL 157 Totsuka, Totsuka Ku, -fc 

Yokohama. 
Pickering, Rev. & Mrs. F. L., 1952, 

JRBM 380 Nakagawa, Takaoka tr* 

Shi, Toyama Ken. 
Pickett, Rev. and Mrs. Clyde, 1952, 

AGM Dogukoji, Takanabe Cho, 

Miyazaki Ken. 
Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Charles E., 1950, 

ICEF 25 Shoto Machi, Shibuya Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 46-2342) 
Pierson, Miss Mildred, 1951, ASC 

(Furlough till July 1956) c/o Ameri 
can Soul Clinic, Box 69 Main Post 

Office, Los Angeles 53, Calif. 
Pietsch, Rev. & Mrs. Timothy, IND 

179 Miyamae Cho, Meguro Ku, LA tf-f- 



348 



DIRECTORIES 



Tokyo. 
Piirainen, Miss Kaisu, 1952, LEAF 

Minami 12 Jo, Nishi 12 Chome, 

Sapporo, Hokkaido. 
Pike, Rev. & Mrs. Fred, 1950, GGEA 

265 Gonokami, Nishitama Mura, 

Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 
Pixler, Miss Mildred, 1953, ICEF 19, 

4 Nakayamate Dori, Ikuta Ku, Ko 
be Shi, Hyogo Ken. 
Placzek, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 1953, 

FEGC 739 Kusabana, Akita Machi, 

Nishitama Gun, Tokyo. 
Poellmitz, Sister Else, 1953, JCGM 

Mikatabara 968, Hamamatsu Shi, 

Shizuoka Ken. (Tel. Mikatabara 3) 
Poetter, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1950, 

MSL Dote Dori, Jojo, Shin Cho, 

Kamo Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Pokini, Sister Laverla, LDS c/o Mr. 

C. Ichishima, Higashi Machi, Shiba- 

ta Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Popp, Rev. & Mrs, Milton, 1951, MSL 

49 Matsunami Cho, 3 Chome, Nii 
gata Shi. 
Post, Miss Vida, 1920, ABFMS 7 Na- 

kajima Cho, Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken. 

(Tel. Sendai 2-8791) 






7 -b 






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ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 349 



Potter, Miss Elaine, 1954, ABWE 

2227 Shimoarata Cho, Kagoshima EOT 

Shi, Kagoshima Ken. * <y T )is 

Powders, Rev. & Mrs. James L., 1955, 

BBF 960, 1 Chome, Hirai Machi, 

Edogawa Ku, Tokyo. 
Powell, Miss Catherine, 1955, WUMS 

221 Yamate Machi, Yokohama 

Shi. 
Powell, Rev. Donald H. & Dr. (M. D.) 

Marion G., 1952, PCC Nagamine 

Yama, Oishi, Nada Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 

8-5429) 
Powell, Miss Lilian (R. N.) 1934, 

MSCC Nsw Life Sanatorium, Obu- 

se Machi, Kamitakai Gun, Nagano 

Ken. (Tel. Obuse 33) 
Powell, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1948, 

TEAM (Furlough 1855-56) , c/o Aud 

Scott, R. #3, Madisonville, Ky. 
Powers, Rev. and Mrs. Floyd W., 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. O 

(Tel. Ichikawa 4182) 
Powlas, Miss Maud, 1918, ULCA 



350 DIRECTORIES 

Shionen, Chuoku, Arao Shi, Kuma- 

moto Ken. 
Powles, Rev. & Mrs. C. H., 1949, MSCC 

27 Ikehata Cho, 2 Chome, Showa 

Ku, Nagoya. 
Powles, Rt. Rev. & Mrs. P. S. C., 1916, 

MSCC 14, 3 Yamawaki Cho, Showa HTH-P9 

Ku, Nagoya Shi. (Tel. 73-4291) *Vx 

Price, Rev. Jewel, 1950, UMI 43-7 

Watarise Naruo Cho, Nishinomiya. 
Price, Miss Winifred, 1951, FEGC 

1027 Shimo Tano, Minano Machi, 

Chichibu Gun, Saitama Ken. y"7 -i T, 

Prins, Mr. & Mrs. Harry, 1954, EFCA jJC^TtjTJf^F&^WEH 

43 Minami Shiba Cho, Shimogamo, 

Kyoto Shi. 
Prinsell, Miss Edna, 1953, FEGC 111 

Hakuraku, Kanagawa Ku, Yokoha 
ma Shi. (Tel. 4-5217) 
Prudehl, Miss Erika, (Germany), 1953, 

WT 16, 2 Chome, Fujimi Cho, Chi- 

yoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Purser, Miss Constance M., 1951, MSCC 

(Furlough) Poole Gakuin, Katsu- 

yama Dori, 5 Ikuno Ku, Osaka. 

(Tel. Tennoji 290) 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 351 



- Q 

Quisenberry, Rev. & Mrs. Bill, 1955, 
ASC 41-3 Kodaira, Kodaira Machi, 
Higashi Ku, Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. 

-D 



Ralm, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1953, MC 

(IBO 5, 3 Chome, Wakamatsu 

Dori, Toyonaka Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Ramseyer, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1954, 

GCMM 122 4 Chome, Yamamoto TH 

Dori, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 9 A -fe* *- 

Rasmussen, Rev. & Mrs. Peter, 1954, 

ULCA 456, 1 Chome, Shimo Ochiai, 

ShinjukuKu, Tokyo. (Tel. 95-3708). 
Reasoner, Rev. & Mrs. Rollin S., 1951, J&OT 

FEGC 972 Kami Ikegami Cho, Ota A-L 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Reber, Rev. & Mrs. Don D., 1952, M 

8-15-52 Hombetsu Machi, Naka- 

gawa Gun, Tokachikuni, Hokkaido. 
(Tel. 15). 
Rediker, Rev. Beulah, (China), 1950, 

AAMS (Furlough) 971 Yodoya ma- 

chi, Kurayoshi Shi, Tottori Ken. 



352 DIRECTORIES 

Reece, Rev. & Mrs. Taylor, 1952, 

TEAM 112, 2 Chome, Hakusanura 

Machi, Niigata Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Reedy, Mr. Boyd, 1954, MC(IBC)- 

c/o Fukuda, 55, 3 Chome, Denen- 

chofu, Ota Ku, Tokyo. 

Reese, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1948, FEGC 

560 Kamihoya, Hoya Machi, Kita- 

tama Gun, Tokyo. 
Regier, Miss Evelyn, 1954, BMM Box 3t&*?!$&T&&JFiSE9 

49, Fukushima Shi, Fukushima Ken. ii^ ^ & -v - 

Register, Miss Kathleen, 1954, MC 
(IBC) 11 Konno Cho, Shibuya Ku, 
Tokyo. (Tel. 40-0649). 

Rehefeld, Deaconess Hanna B., 1952, 

EUB(IBC) c/o Mrs. Shigenori Ura- SA 

yama, 8, 3 Chome, Kaname Cho, u-f7i^F 

Toshima Ku, Tokyo. 
Reichmann, Miss Luise, 1955, SAJM *HIWWfci^&#*fM 

Obana, Kanai Mura, Sado Gun, ^ 7^9 

Niigata Ken. 
Reid, Mr. & Mrs. John, 1953, TEAM JttSC^ftWSrl^KR 

1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya TB 9 ~ F 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-1059). 
Reid, Miss Pearl M., 1950, FM (On (MH^) 

furlough) Missionary Board, Free 

Methodist Church, Winona Lake, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 



353 



Indiana. 

Reimer, Rev. & Mrs. Willard, 1955, 
FEGC 111 Hakuraku, Kanagawa 
Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217). 

Remahl, Miss Ragna, 1952, LEAF 
3-1633 Ikebukuro, Toshima Ku, 
Tokyo. 

Ressler, Misses Ruth & Rhoda, 1953, 
M Kamishihoro Cho, Kato Gun, 
Hokkaido. 

Reusser, Rev. & Mrs. George Frede 
rick, 1953, E&R(IBC) 72 Suimon 
Cho, Nara Shi. (Tel. Nara 2184) 

Reynolds, Mr. & Mrs. A. T. F.. (Chi 
na), 1952, OMF 819 Shizudai, 
Anegasaki, Chiba Ken. 

Rhoads, Esther B., 1917, AFP & AFSC 
14, 1 Chome, Mita Dai Machi, Mina- 
to Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-0804). 

Rhoads, Rev. & Mrs. John, IND 
Central Postoffice Box 225, Tokyo. 

Rhodes, Mr. & Mrs. E. A., 1918, ChC 
643 Midarebashi, Zaimokuza, Kama- 
kura Shi. 

Rhodes, Rev. (Ph. D.) Erroll F. W., 
1951, Rikkyo University, 3 Chome, 
Ikebukuro, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. 
(Tel. 97-3121). 



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354 DIRECTORIES 

Ribi, Mrs. H. Kurt, 1948, IBPFM 

273 1 Chome, Horinouchi, Suginami 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017). 
Richard, Rev. & Mrs. Joe, 1954, M 

Itabashi Ku, Itabashi Cho, 6-3-225, 

Tokyo. 
Richards, Rev. Earnest D., 1947, PEC 

Shoin Junior College, 1 Chome, 

Nakajima Dori, Fukiai Ku, Kobe. J f- -v - X 

Riddles, Miss Kathleen, IND 24, 3 

Chome, Hyakunin Cho, Shinjuku 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Rider, Miss Shirley, 1950, PN(IBC)- 

c/o Matsue Tominomori, 1, Higashi 

Hana Ike Cho, Koyama, Kamikyo 

Ku, Kyoto. 
Ridley, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, CLC 

1505, 4 Chome, Shinden Cho, Ichika- 

wa Shi, Chiba Ken. 
Ridley, Rev. & Mrs. Robert W., 1955, 

UCC(IBC) 2/35, 3 Chome, Denen- 

chofu, Ota Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72-3980). 
Rigmark, Rev. & Mrs. K. William, 

(China) , 1949, EMCA 990-3 Chome, 

Nakameguro Machi, Meguro Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 49-8746). 
Riis, Miss Helene, FCM Katsuki 

Byo-in, Komatsu Shi, Ishikawa Ken. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 355 



Rinell, Rev. & Mrs. Egron, (China), 

1950, SBM(SMJ) Kanto Gakuin K3 

University, Mutsuura, Kanazavva 

Ku, Yokohama Shi. 
Rinell, Rev. & Mrs. Oscar, (China), 

1955, SBM(SMJ) 621 Nakano Cho, 

Yashiro, Himeji Shi, Hyogo Ken. 
Rippey, Miss Hazel M., (China), 1952, 

MC(IBC) 3 Nishi Sapporo, Ebetsu 

Shi, Sapporo Gun, Hokkaido. 
Rittenhouse, Jane, 1954, AFP 14, 1 

Chome, Mita Dai Machi, Minato T0 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 45-0804). y 

Roberts, Mrs. May M., 1929, ABCFM 

(IBC) Kobe Jo Gakuin, Okadaya- 

ma, Nishinomiya Shi. (Tel. Nishino- 

miya 2264). 
Roberts, Mr. Geoff, 1952, WEC 2- 

Ban Cho, Hikone Shi, Shiga Ken. 
Robertson, Miss Grace M., 1950, 

ABCFM (IBC) c/o Shoei Junior 

College, 36 Nakayarnate Dori, dj-: ;/u-f 

6 Chome, Ikuta Ku, Kobe. nx- ^ 

Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. James C. F., 

ABS & BFBS 1-6 Sanbancho, Chi- 

yoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-7150). 
Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. L. Roy, 1950, 

TN 325-2 Chome, Nishi Okubo, _/ ^A-u-f 



356 DIRECTORIES 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. 
Robertson, Elder Robert, LDS Kita 

2 no Nishi 24 Chome, Sapporo Shi, 

Hokkaido. x- h y >- 

Robertson, Rev. & Mrs. S. D., 1954, Jj&%^$tfs$ig9 J 

UCC(IBC) 12 Gazenbo Cho, Azabu, HJ-- x*. ?*., 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3516). 
Robertstad, Miss Ruth, (China), 1950, 

NLM Oda Shi, Shimane Ken. 
Robinson, Miss E., 1955, OMF Tsutsui 

Machi, Tsutsui, Ooaza, Aomori Shi, 

Aomori Ken. 
Robinson, Miss Hilda M., 1912, MSCC 

13 Shogetsu Cho 5, Mizuho Ku, 

Nagoya. (Tel. Nagoya 8-0275). n tf>y> 

Rodgers, Rev. & Mrs. Lavern F., 1950, ffimftimmi& &h 

BBF Mabuchi 2 Chome 33, or P. O. -A n - ^> - * 

Box 99, Shizuoka Shi. (Tel. 4192). 
Roesti, Miss Magdalene, 1953, LM 

935 Kugahara Machi, Ota Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 75-0211). 
Roejaas, Rev. & Mrs. J., (China), 1949, 

MCCS (SMJ) Swedish Mission, 640 O 

Asahi Machi, Kurashiki Shi. (Tel. 

Kurashiki 2490) 
Rolph, Mr. & Mrs. George, 1951, ASC 

699 Maidashi, Misumi, Honmachi, 

Fukuoka Shi. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 357 



Rokka, Mr. & Mrs. J., 1954, FFOM- 

33 Minamida Cho, Jodoji, Sakyo Ku, 

Kyoto. 
Rood, Miss Frances, 1950, LBA 

(Furlough) , Kami Cho 8, Narayama, 

Motoshinmachi, Akita Shi, Akita /u- F 

Ken. (Tel. 4949). 
Roper, Elder Gary, LDS 400 3 Furuta- j^j)|j^i1ftE3fffl 

machi, Furue, Hiroshima Shi, Hirq- P?;z:oHOO 

shima Ken. nx~ 

Rorke, Miss M. Luella, 1919, UCC 

(IBC) 25 Nishi Kusabuka Cho, 

Shizuoka Shi. 
Ross, Rav. Myron, 1954, E&R(IBQ- 

Interboard House, 4 of 12 Shiba Koen, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 43-2188). 
Rossman, Rev. & Mrs. Vern, 1952, 

UCMS (IBC) 1233 Oji Machi, Kita 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 91-5262). 
Roth, Rev. & Mrs. Charles K., 1951. 

ASC 215 Shimohoya, Hoya Machi, 

Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. 
Roundhill, Mr. Kenneth, 1951, WEC- 

c/o Otani Yasumasa, 1 no. 22 Shino- 

hara Hon Machi, Nada Ku, Kobe Shi. 7 ^ F t )V 

Rounds, Rev. & Mrs. Philard L, 1950, %a&nm&Mttm~ 

OBSC 23 Nishi Machi Azabu, Mina- 7 V > X 

to Ku, Tokyo. 



358 DIRECTORIES 

Rubright, Rsv. & Mrs. Richard W., 

1951, E&R(IBQ 126 Tsuchidoi, 

Sendai. (Tel. 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. 
Rusch, Dr. Paul, KEEP Kiyosato 

Mura, Yamanashi Ken. 
Russell, Mr. & Mrs. Wayne, 1950, 

ICEF 5914, 2 Chome, Minami Cho, 

Nerima Ku, Tokyo. (Furlough). 
Ryburn, Miss Jean, 1953, PS Nan- 

koryo, Kinjo Gakuin College, Omori, 

Moriyama Shi, Aichi Ken. (Tel. ?^ 

Nagoya Shigai, Omori 53 Otsu). 



Sabina, Rev. & Mrs. Moses, 1950, 

CBFMS 167-3 Hachi Ken Kogi, 

Minami Koizumi, Sendai Shi. (Tel. 

2-7980) 
Sager, Rev. & Mrs. Jack, 1950. SDA 

32 Hasekura Cho, Sendai Shi. **? 

Saito, Mr. & Mrs. Morse T., 1949, 

MC(IBC) (Furlough 55-56) 8 Kita- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 

nagasa Dori, 4 Chome, Ikuta Ku, 

Kobe. (Tel. 2-5056) 
Salomonsen, Rev. & Mrs. Leif, 1950, (-J,|g^) 

NMS (Furlough 55-56) 
Salter, Miss Bessie, 1954, ELC 20, 2 SpJCSKJREflHBfe 

Chome, Tokiwadai, Itabashi Ku. TH O 

Tokyo. (Tel. 94-0714) 
Samson, Miss Lillian (Hawaii), 1953, 

\VT 16 2 Chome, Fujimi Cho, Chi- wj::o A 

yoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Sandlerg, Rev. & Mrs. Erik (China), 

1951, OMSS(SMJ) 122 Aoi Cho, 

Minato, Wakayama Shi, Wakayama 

Ken. 
Sanderholm, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, 1952, 

ASC 1165 Goya Dori, Beppu Shi, 

Oita Ken. (TEL. 1779) 
Sanderson, Miss Abbie, (China) , 1954, 

ABFMS 7 Nakajima Cho, Sendai 

Shi, Miyagi Ken. (Tel. Sendai 2- 

8791) 
Sandvik, Rev. & Mrs. Trygve, 1952, 

NMS 15-3 Chome, Tezukayama- 

nishi, Sumiyoshi Ku, Osaka. (Tel. 

67-6320). 
Sano, Miss Alice Y., 1954, PEC-5 Sa- 

kaguchi Dori, 4 Chome, Fukiai Ku, 

Kobe. 



360 DIRECTORIES 

Sano, Miss Eileen, 1954, ASC-105 Ni- 

shikubo, Musashino Shi, Tokyo. OS 

Sanoden, Rev. & Mrs. Russell., 1952, 
ELC 66 Hayashi Cho, Bunkyo Ku, -^/r> 

Tokyo. (TEL. 94-0714) 
Sapsford, Rev. & Mrs. Leslie, 1952, 
1953, TEAM 183 Aza Atagomae 
Kitachigusa, Chigusa Ku, Nagoya Shi. 
Sargeant, Miss Marguerite, 1948, CA 
c/o S. J. Lang 1521. 4 Chome Egota ra ~^ 
Machi Nakano Ku, Tokyo. f--^ 

Sarjeant, Rev. & Mrs. John. 1951, 
TEAM 1068, 2 Chome, Setagaya, - TH 
Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-2233). 
Satoda, Miss Chiyoko, 1950, JEM 
Negoya, Kamo Shi, Niigata Ken. ;jgiVM f- 
(Furlough 1956). 

Satterwhite, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. J. P. 
1952. SBC 5 Nishi Senouchi Cho, 
Kitashirakawa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
(TEL. 7-0540) 

Saunders, Miss Violet, 1931, UCC(IBC) 
2 Higashi Toriizaka, Azabu, Mina- 
to Ku, Tokyo (Tel. 48-3325) 
Savage, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie E., 1951, 
AGGB 55 5-Chome, Hiratsuka Cho, 
Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 
Savary, Rev. & Mrs. R. N., 1937, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 361 

MSCC 3-73 Saiwai Cho, Tokushi- * V r !J - 

ma Shi. 
Saville, Miss Rose, 1925, JEB 2 of FM^fckW&WSk 

251 Kami Naka Machi, Kaibara Ma- ^ BJ H r. 

chi, Hikami Gun, Hyogo Ken. 
Savolainen, Rev. & Mrs. Paavo, 1939, 

LEAF (On furlough) 9 D 17 Lon- 

nrotinkatu, Helsinki, Finland. 
Savolainen, Rev. & Mrs. Vihtori, 1907, 

LEAF (On furlough) c/o 17 C 

Vainolankatu Helsinki, Finland. 
Sawada, Rev. & Mrs. Ben 1950, MC 

(IBQ 116, 6 Chome, Aoyama Mi- 

nami Cho, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Schar, Paul & Ruth H., 1953, SAJM 

Obana, Kanai Mura, Sado Gun, 

Niigata Ken. 
Scheie, Miss Anna, (China), 1949, 

NLM 46 Motodaiku Machi, Tottori 

Shi. 
Scherer, Rev. & Mrs. James, 1952, 

ULCA (On furlough) 
Scherman, Dr. Fred C., 1949, ChC 

No. 5 of 2-Chome, Surugadai, Kanda, 

Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Schmid, Miss Ruth, 1953, GMM Hi- 

gashi Naruo 12, Naruo Cho, Nishi- 

nomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. 



362 DIRECTORIES 

Schmidt, Miss Dorothy, 1937, PN(IBC) 
500, 1 Chome, Shimo Ochiai, Shi- THltOO 
njuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 95-5031) 
Schneider, Miss Doris, 1952, EUB(IBC) 
45 Daigaku-mae, Senriyama, Suita 
Shi, Osaka Fu. 

Schnydrig, Miss Emmi, 1951, CJPM 
445 Hyakken Machi Maebashi 
Shi. 
Schone, Mr. & Mrs. John, 1950, TEAM 

1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya TH 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-1059). 
Schroer, Rev. (PH. D.) Gilbert W., 
1954, E&R(IBQ Takada Machi, 
Onuma Gun, Fukushima Ken. 
Schwab, Miss Elsa, (Sumatra) 1941, 
MC(IBC) Hirata Cho, 14-4, Kata- WJPHTH-K 
gihara Ukyo Ku, Kyoto. v =.??" 

Schwab, Mr. & Mrs. John, 1948, TEAM 
2-1-3 Surugadai, Kanda, Chiyoda 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 29-1512) 
Schweitzer, Mr. Carl F., 1952, E&R 
(IBC) 61 Kozenji Dori, Sendai. 
(Tel. 3256) 

Schwersenz, Dr. & Mrs. Gerhard, 
1949, SEAM 50 Ogura Cho, Kita 
Shirakawa, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. (Tel. ^ :***..;* V 

7-3456 private, 2-6939 Clinic). 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 363 

Scruton, Miss M. Fern, (B. W. I. O.) 

1925, UCC(IBC) 2 Higashi Toriiza- &- ***"**? 

ka, Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

48-3325) 
Searle, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce (Aus.) 1951, 

WT 772 Shinohara Cho, Kohoku -fc- V- 

Ku, Yokohama. 
Searle, Mr. Victor C., Jr., 1953 E&R 

(IBQ 1 Kozenji Dori, Sendai. (Tel. 

3256) 
Searle, Mr. & Mrs. W. G., (China), 

1951, OMF 49 Sawada, Tsukurimi- 

chi Aomori Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Seely, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, 1950, 

TEAM & POBC 870, 3 Chome, =TSA-fcO 

Matsubara Cho, Setagaya Ku, To 
kyo. (Tel. 32-2280) 
Selvey, Miss Esther, 1952, MC(IBC)- 

Aikei Gakuen, 1035 1 Chome, Moto- 

ki, Adachi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 88-2815) 
Setterholm, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, ALM 

3765 Onoue, Yanai Shi, Yamagu- 

chi Ken. (Tel. 432) 
Sevland, Miss Eva, 1937, TEAM 615 

Karuizawa Machi, Nagano Ken/ 
Sharpless, Miss Edith F., 1910, AFP ^ypcTkpTtJOT A 

1674 Sakura Machi, Mito Shi, Ibara- -bra v^-^i^x 

gi Ken. 



364 DIRECTORIES 

Shattuck, Miss Betty, 1949, TEAM SI&J^l^ffiRHT =2 

1352 Karuizawa, Nagano Ken. ~> ^ 9 y ? 

Shaver, Rev. & Mrs. I. L., 1919, MC 
(IBQ 94 Niage Machi, Oita Shi. 
(Furlough 1955-56) 
Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard, 1950, 

FEGG & POBC 3 of 105 Chome, 

Fusuma Cho, Meguro Ku, Tokyo. 
Shelhorn, Mr. Raymond, 1953, IND, 

3-21-4, Nakasaiwai Cho, Kawasa 
ki Shi, Kanagawa Ken. 
Shelton, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, 1953, 

QMS 391, Kashiwagi 3 Chome, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 37- 

3664). 
Shepard, Rev. & Mrs. John W., 1948, 

SBC (Furlough) c/o Southern ffi^^gS 

Baptist Seminary, Lexington Rd., 

Louisville, Ky. Seinan Gakuin, 

Nishijin Machi, Fukuoka. (Tel. 2- 

0537) . 
Shepherd, Rev. & Mrs. Doyle M., 

1949, CN 229 Oyama Cho, Tamaga- 

wa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 72- 

6070) 
Shepherd, Miss K. M., 1910, SPG 11, 

2 Chome, Taidera, Akashi Shi, 

Hyogo Ken. ^ ^ ,-? _ p 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 365 



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. (Tel. 2-0017) 
Sherman, Miss Lucille, 1952, CC-OCM 

31-6 Chome, Nakamiya Cho, Asahi 

Ku, Osaka. 
Shevchenko, Rev. David, 1953, JOC 

19/1, Yamamoto Dori, 1 Chome, 

Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 
Shibata, : Rev. & Mrs. George, 1949, 

MSL (Furlough 55-56) 16, 1 Chome, 

Fujimicho, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. ^^ 

Shimabukuro, Elder Sam, LDS 4-8 

Banchi, Dewa Machi, Kanazawa Shi, 

Ishikawa Ken. 
Shimer, Mr. & Mrs. Eliot R., 1948, 

1953, MC(IBC) 305, 2 Chome, Shi- 

royama, Nagasaki. (Tel. 2928) 
Shiver, Miss Mavis, 1953, SBC 465 

6 Chome, Torikai Machi, Fukuoka. 

(Tel. 2-3146) 
Shook, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, Jr., 1955, 

ABWE 60 Shimoarata Cho, Kago- 

shima Shi, Kagoshima Ken. (Tel. 

1267) 



366 



DIRECTORIES 



Shorey, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1952, 
TEAM 1512, 3 Chome, Azuma Cho, 
Kashiwa Shi, Chiba Ken. 

Shorrock, Rev. & Mrs. Hallam C., 
1947, UCMS(IBC) 44 Hachiyama, 
Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-4841) 

Shumway, Elder Larry, LDS Kita 2 
Jo Nishi 24 Chome, Sapporo Shi, 
Hokkaido. 

Shumway, Elder Norman, LDS 28 
Kozenji Dori, Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken. 

Sides, Mrs. Norma, 1952, ASC Inoi 
Baba, Kaseda Shi, Kawanabe Gun, 
Kagoshima Ken. 

Siebert, Rev. & Mrs. Johnny, 1951, 
FEGC (Furlough) Salix, Iowa, U. 
S. A. 

Silfwerbrand, Rev. Carl G. O., (Chi 
na), 11950, IND(SMJ) c/o J. E. C. 
S., 30 Ochiai, Higashi Kurume, Ki- 
tatama Gun, Tokyo. 

Silfwerbrand, Mrs. Marion, 1952, 
FEGC 30 Ochiai, Kurume Mura, 
Kitatama Gun, Tokyo. (Tel. Kurume 
22). 

Simeonsson, Rev. & Mrs. Josef, (Chi 
na), 1950, SAMJ(SMJ) 141 Kamii- 
kegawa Cho, Hamamatsu Shi, Shi- 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 367 

zuoka Ken. (Telegr. Sam Center 

Hamamatsu Shi) 
Sims. Mr. & Mrs. Harold, 1947, CC- j^jcW^IZifWEH 

CM-450 Arai Machi, Nakano Ku, HO *>*;* 

Tokyo. (Tel. 38-5171) 
Singleton, Miss E. M., (China), 1951, iHJgt^^^ffif^^i^W 

OMF Tsutsui Machi, Tsutsui, Ooa- v/ > tffr \- ^ 

za, Aomori Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Sipple, Mr. & Mrs. Carl S., 1930, E&R 

(IBC) 6 Minami Rokken Cho, Sen- 

dai Shi. (Tel. 6876) 
Siter, Miss Verlaine Ruth, 1953, RCA TSTrfr^lUW-^AHEH 

(IBC) Baiko Jo Gakuin, 1854 Ma- 

ruyama Cho, Shimonoseki. (Tel. 3722) 
Skauge, Miss Olga, 1950, FCM Box 

5, Mikuni Machi, Fukui Ken. 
Skillman, Mr. & Mrs. John H., 1951, 

MC (IBC) (Furlough 56-58) 20 Dean 

St., Deposit, N. Y. c/o Aoyama Ga 
kuin, 22 Midorigaoka, Shibuya Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 40-2183) 
Skoeld, Dr. & Mrs. Sam, 1950, (China), 

(On Furlough), MCCS (SMJ) -Oden- 

gatan 94, Stockholm Va, Sweden. 
Skoog, Miss Maj-Britt, 1954, OMSS 

(SMJ) 1954 Hankyu Rokko Apart 
ment, Miyayama Cho, 2 Chome, 20, 

Nada Ku, Kobe Shi. 



368 DIRECTORIES 

Skoog, Rev. & Mrs. Ronald, 1955, 
BGCA 3-5439 Minami Cho, Nerima 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Skovholt, Miss Dorothy, 1951, LBA 
P. O. Yokoyama Higashi-Tagawa 
Gun,YamagataKen,Sanbongi Village. x 3 

Skudler, Rev. & Mrs. Edward, 1952, 
FM 755 Kamagami Cho, Mito. (Tel. * # F-? - 

Mito 2019) 

Slade, Elder Harold D., LDS 1-242 
Hakusan Ura, Niigata Shi, Niigata 
Ken. 

Slichter, Miss. Betty, 1949, CJPM 
445 Hyakken Machi, Maebashi, Gum- 
ma Ken. 
Slining, Miss J. 1955, OMF 2305 Ka- 

ruizawa Machi, Nagano Ken. 
Smith, Miss Alice Elsa, 1937, JEB 
c/o 11 of 5, Shiomidai Cho, Suma Ku, ^_cr) x $ ^ 
Kobe Shi. 

Smith, Miss D. Jane, 1947, MM Hon- Sj|j&*gTUflBNT 
baba Dori, Funa Machi, Ogaki Shi, xf4i /*;! T. $ * 
Gifu Ken. (Ogaki 3007) 
Smith, Elder Dan, LDS 3680 Nishi 

Ushirogi, Yanai Shi, Yamaguchi Ken. /\o 
Smith, Miss E. Ruth, 1949, (on Fur- (jfg^ 
lough 1954-56) TEAM 5060 Her- 
mosa Ave., Los Angeles 41, Calif. 



369 



Smith, Miss Genevieve, 1948, TEAM 

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 Irene Webster, 1916, JEB 

(on Furlough 1956) c/o Japan 

Evangelistic Band, 19 John Street, 

London, W. C. I., England. 
Smith, Miss Lucy E., (China), 1951, 

SBC 35/1177 Yoyogi Uehara, Shibu- 

ya Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 46-2347, Office 

46-5564). 
Smith, Rev. & Mrs. Nathan, 1951, CG ^UMHS 

Imajiku Church of God Imajiku, 

Fukuoka Ken. 

Smith, Rev. Norman, 1951, (on Fur 
lough) MSCC c/o Rt. Rev. P. S. C. 

Powles, 14/3 Yamawaki Cho, Showa 

Ku, Nagoya Shi., or Toronto, 

M.S.C.C. 
Smith, Rev. Robert M., 1951, PEC 

19 Akashi Cho, Chuo Ku, Tokyo. A 

(Tel. 54-0126). 
Smith, Mr. Roy, (Retired), 1903, MC 

(IBC) 15 Shinohara Minami Cho, 

2 Chome, Nada Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 8- 



370 DIRECTORIES 

5750) 
Smythe, Mrs. L. C. M., 1916, PS 33 

4 Chome, Chikara Machi, Higashi 

Ku, Nagoya. 
Snelson, Miss Irene, 1949, JGF 152-1, 

Bessho Cho, Kishiwada Shi, Osaka 

Fu. (Tel. Kishiwada 1961). 
Snider, Mrs. Hilda, 1951, CMA 60 

Kitata Machi, Matsue Shi, Shimane 

Ken. 
Snyder, Miss Ruth F., E & R (IBQ ^i 

33 Uwa Cho, Komegafukuro, Sendai, 

Miyagi Ken. (Tel. 2-6812). 
Soderbacka, Rev. & Mrs. Gottfried, gSB 

1952, LEAF 6709 Tonbe, Shimo- 

Suwa Machi, Nagano Ken. 
Soderberg, Miss Ida, 1951, (China), ffimi 

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, 1951, 

FCM 22 Zenshoji Cho, Suma Ku, 

Kobe Shi. 
Sondeno, Rev. & Mrs. Fredolff, 1953, iDsCl&iftffl^EagBJ 

AG 396 Kyodo Machi, Setagaya =ftA y^rV 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-1177) 



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Sorenson, Rev. & Mrs. Morris, 1953, 

ELC 10 Nishikata Machi, Bunkyo O 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 92-2677) 
Sorhus, Rev. & Mrs. Magnus, 1954, 

NLM 827 Kanigasaka Seibu, Aka- A-fc 

shi Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Sorley, Rev. & Mrs. Francis B., 1948, 

BGCA Temman, Nachi Machi, Wa- 

kayama Ken. 
Sorrentino, Dr. & Mrs. Louis, 1951, 

CBFMS (Furlough) 359 Rumstick 

Rd., Barrington, R. I. 
Spaulding, Rev. & Mrs. L. R., 1949, 

JEM Kashiwazaki Seigakuin, 

Kujiranami, Kashiwazaki Shi, Nii- 

gata Ken. 
Spear, Rev. & Mrs. Gene W., 1955, 

RPM c/o Rev. D. D. Hansen, 12-1 i53^g-r-z: 

Obukamiko Yasuba, Yamada Cho, 

Hyogo Ku, Kobe; or Kobe P. O. 

Box 589. 
Speechley, Miss Dlaria, IND 24 3- 

Chome, Hyakunin Cho, Shinjuku Ku, 

Tokyo. ^tf-f- ; 

Spencer, Rev. & Mrs. A. E., 1952, SBC 

2935 Kami Nogi Cho, Matsue. 
Spencer, Miss Gladys G., 1947, PEC 

494 Renpei Machi, Namiuchi, Ao- EH 



372 DIRECTORIES 

mori Shi. 
Spinnett, Mr. & Mrs. Jake, IND 

Watari Mura, Seihaku Gun, Tottori 

Ken. 
Spoor, Mr. & Mrs. Leroy, 1951, NTM 

-(On furlough) Takaoka Shi, To- 

yama Ken. 
Springer, Mr. & Mrs. Victor, 1949, 

TEAM 923 Collings Ave., W. Col- 

lingswood, N. J. (on furlough 1954- 

56) 
Stanley, Miss Ethel, 1950, NTM lida, 

Susu 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 Park, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 43-2188). 
Start, Dr. & Mrs. R. K., 1930, MSCC 

(On extended leave). Bradford 

Sanatorium, Bradford, Ont, Canada. 
Staveley, Miss J. Ann, 1928, CMS St. 

Margaret s Hostel. Nishi 17 Chome, 
Minami 14-jo, Sapporo Shi. (Tel. 2- 

4214) . 
Steele, Mr. & Mrs. Harry, 1955, IND 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 373 



1409 Higashi 1 Chome, Magome 
Machi, Ota Ku, Tokyo. *r ^ -;u 

Steggell, Elder Howard D., LDS 34- 

1 Chome, Hachiman Dori, Shibuya OHH 
Ku, Tokyo. 

Steinhoff, Miss Karoline, 1952, GMM 

Higashi Naruo 12, Naruo Cho, IIUrK 

Nishinomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. 
Stelfore, Mr. Thomas, 1950, CA 1521, HC^TO!^ 

c/o S. J. Lang, 4 Chome, Egota s j ^ v ^ 

Machi, Nakano Ku, Tokyo. XTfls? *T 

Stellwagon, Rev. Russell, 1951, TEAM 

1213 Nishihon Machi, Iwamurada 

Machi, Kitasaku Gun, Nagano Ken. 

(Tel. Iwamurada 3) 
Stenberg, Rev. & Mrs. Kenneth, 1950, 

ELC (Furlough) 
Stermer, Miss Dorothy, 1951, TEAM 

1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3442) 
Stewart, Miss Betty, 1953, PS 116 

Shigatsuta, Hongu Cho, Kochi Shi. 

(Tel. Kochi 2917) 
Stirewalt, Rev. A. J., 1905, ULCA 3 

2 chome, Nakajima Dori, Fukiai Ku, 
Kobe. 

Stokes, Miss Lucy Belle, 1949, SBC 
2-110, 5 Chome, Tokiwa Cho, Urawa 



374 DIRECTORIES 

Shi. (Tel. 3558) 
Stout, Miss Dorothy J., 1950, PEC 

Rikkyo Jogakuin, 123, 3 Chome, 

Kugayama, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 39-0118) 
Street, Mr. & Mrs. L. A., (China), 

1952, OMF (Furlough) 
Strege, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, 1949, (Fur 
lough 1956) 16 1 Chome, Fujimi 

Cho, Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. 
Strohm, Miss Elsbeth, 1953, JCGM 

331 Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 7, \- n A 

(Tel. 32-4784) 
Strom, Mr. & Mrs. Verner, 1951, gnUt^MSWMfa 

TEAM Tazawa, Nakazato Mura, m^ 7* h n .A 

Nakauonuma Gun, Niigata Ken. 
Stubbs, Rev. (Ed. D.) & Mrs. David 

C., (India) 1935 MC (IBC) 6 Kan- 

sei Gakuin, Kamigawara, Nishino- 

miya. (Tel. Nigawa 476) 
Stumpf , Rev. & Mrs. Ray, 1950, CMA 

255 Itsukaichi Machi, Saiki Gun, ZISH 

Hiroshima Ken. (Tel. 250-) (Fur 
lough, 1956) 260 West 44th St., New 

York, N. Y. 
Sukut, Rev. & Mrs. Walter 1953, NAB 

4 Nishisonjoin Cho, Kinugasa, Kita 

Ku, Kyoto Shi. 



ALPHABETICAL LIsT WITH ADDRESSES 375 

Sulley, Miss Winifred, 1951, WEC 
1003 Jifukuji Cho, Nagahama Shi, 

Shiga Ken. 
Sumners, Miss Gerturde, 1953, PEC 

Bishamon Cho, Tonodan, Kamikyo 

Ku, Kyoto. 
Sundberg, Rev. & Mrs. Fred, 1952, 

OMSS (SMJ) 1009 Daisen Cho, 

Sakai Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Sunde, Mr. & Mrs. Ken WEC 569 ^gmWiWS^g^ 

Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kanzaki ^tH^ft -f>T 

Gun, Shiga Ken. (Tel. Ishizuka 49) 
Suttie, Miss E. Gwen, 1928 UCC(IBC) jJOCiBjiEffPfcilC&g 

2 Higashi Toriizaka, Azabu, Mi- ^n f- T 4 

nato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325) 
Sutton, Rev. Robert L., 1952, CRJM ^Mi&fffiElEg^SBT 

16 Saka Machi, Yotsuya, Shinjuku s\ -y- y b > 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-6610) 
Svendsen, Miss. Anna, 1951, NEOM (jf| 

Ueda, Nakoso Shi, Fukushima Ken. 

(On furlough, c/o Mollergaten 20, 

Oslo.) 
Svensson, Rev. Birger, 1955, SHM 

(SMJ) 35 Toyoura, Kuroiso Machi, 

Nasu Gun, Tochigi Ken. 
Svensson, Miss Ester, 1950, (China), 

SAMJ (SMJ) 80 Moto Machi, ttjAO 

Azumada Cho, Toyohashi Shi, Aichi 



376 DIRECTORIES 

Ken. 

Swain, Rev. & Mrs. David L., 1953, 
MC (IBQ c/o Student Christian O 
Center, 30 Shinano Machi, Shinjuku ^ ^ # * -f > 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-2432) 

Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. Clarence, 1952, 
FEGC 1218 Imajuku Cho, Tsuruga- 
mine, Hodogaya Ku, Yokohama. 

Swanson, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin, (Fur 
lough 1955-56), 1951, ALM 477 Bf^BJH-t:^ 
Nishimiya Cho, Mihara Shi, Hiro 
shima Ken. (Tel. 1044). c/o Boston 
Univ. School of Theology, 745 Com 
monwealth Ave. Boston, Mass. 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 z r> ^ _ f. 

Ku, Yokohama. (Tel. 4-5217) 

Sweetman, Rev. & Mrs. Leonard, 1955, 
CRJM 299 1 Chome, Egota, Nakano 
Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 95-6641) * r> , - f. 

Swendseid, Rev. & Mrs. Douglas, 1952, ;^;ijCfE3t5C<ift& 
ELC 35 Komagome, Hayashi Cho, =2 ^ ^ w 
Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 82-4819) 

Swenson, Miss Nell, (R. N.), 1954, PS 
112 Yamamoto Dori, 4 Chome, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 377 

Ikuta Ku, Kobe. (Tel. Fukiai 1887). **xyy* 

Swift, Miss Mildred, 1950, TEAM OfSff ) 
Coudersport, Penna. U. S. A. (Fur 
lough 1956-57) 

Syphers, Dr. & Mrs. C. Irwin, (M. D.), 
1949, SDA 171 Amanuma, 1 Chome, g. fc 
Suginami Ku, Tokyo. C. I 

Sytsma, Rev. & Mrs. Richard, 1952, J^UPJH 
CRJM 30 Nishikosenba, Kawagoe =Q 
Shi, Saitama Ken. (Tel. Kawagoe 
1529) 

T 



Tack, Rev. & Mrs. Marvin, A., 1952, 

ALM 1628 Higashi-Sabarei, Bofu 

Shi, Yamaguchi Ken. (Tel. 1876). 
Talley, Miss Frances, 1946, SBC 536 

Minami Machi, 5 Chome, Oaza Dogo, 

Matsuyama. (Tel. 4264). 
Talmage, Rev. & Mrs. John E., (Korea) 

1953, PCC & PS 17-2 Aotani Cho, B-- boz: 

2 Chome, Nada Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 8- 9 fr * 

9239). 
Tang, Rev. & Mrs. Gordon O., 1950, (jf g^) 

ELC (on Furlough 56-57) c/o 422 

South Fifth St., Minneapolis 15, 

Minn., U. S. A. 



378 DIRECTORIES 

Tanigawa, Miss Elsie (Hawaii), 1949, 

WT 1, Toyooka Cho, Mita, Shiba, HI t-tfv 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Tanis, Rev. & Mrs. Paul H., 1953, W%*)mMffifflRI 

RCA (IBC) 1543, 2 Terao, Ayase 

Machi, Koza Gun, Kanagawa Ken. 
Tarr, Miss Alberta, 1932, MC (IBC)- 

Nishi Noguchi Machi, Beppu, 

Kyushu. 
Taylor, Rev. & Mrs. Arch. B. Jr., 

1950, PS Shikoku Christian College, 

Ikuno, Zentsuji Shi, Kagawa Ken. 

(Tel. Zentsuji 888). 
Taylor, Miss Beth, (USA), 1952, WT 

68/285 Shingoryoguchi Cho, Nishi- 

iru, Kuramaguchi Dori, Kita Ku, SO^A r-i 7- 

Kyoto. 
Taylor, Miss Dorothy, 1950, PN (IBC) 

Hokusei Gakuin, Minami 5 Jo, 

Nishi 17 Chome, Sapporo, Hokkaido. 

(Furlough 1955-56) 
Teele, Mr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Roy E., 

(China), 1950, MC (IBC) 5 Kwan- 

sei Gakuin, Nishinomiya. (Tel. 620) 

(Furlough 1955-56) 
Telford, Elder Ralph, 3-43 Uo Machi, 

Kofu Shi, Yamanashi Ken. <&=. r-^? *~ 

Tennant, Miss Elizabeth, 1948, MC 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 379 



(IBC) Kwassui Junior College, 12 

Higashi Yamate, Nagasaki Shi. 

(Tel. 1416) 
Tetro, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, 1950, 

CBFMS (Furlough) 3410 Downing, 

Glendale, Calif. 
Tewes, Mr. & Mrs. E. H., 1951, MSL 

15, Nakano Cho, Ushigome, Shin- HI S r - X 

juku Ku, Tokyo. 
Thalleen, Rev. & Mrs. Waldor, 1950, Of Sftf 

EFCA (on Furlough) 613 Summit 

St. Rockford, 111. 
Theiss, Dr. & Mrs. Otto H., 1952, 

MSL 480, 2 Chome, Sendagaya, THEHAO 

Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 
Theuer, Rev. & Mrs. George, (China) , 

1949, EUB (IBC) 217, Kamide Baba BIZ: t 

Cho, Otsu Shi, Shiga Ken. (Tel. 

Otsu 3988). 
Thiessen, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard, 1952, 

GCMM 39, 1 Chome, Matsubashi 

Cho, Miyazaki Shi. 
Thoern, Miss Inez, (China), 1951, 

OMSS (SMJ) 110, Hachiken Cho, Afcw/ Q 

Nishikitsuji, Nara Shi, Nara Ken. 9 -*s 4 

Thomas, Miss Wilna, 1949, UCC (IBC) 

c/o Uchigaki, 3-584 Shimo Meguro, 

Meguro Ku, Tokyo. 



380 DIRECTORIES 

Thompson, Mr. & Mrs. Adrian de L. 

CAus., USA), 1949, 1950, WT 153 -2= hAV 

Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, Nagoya. 
Thompson, Mr. & Mrs. C., 1956, JAM 

Ikoma Cho, Nara Ken. 
Thompson, Miss Edith, 1955, ABFMS ^-^ 

77 Kuritaya, Kanagawa Ku, Yoko- -- 

hama. (Tel. Yokohama 4-3687) 
Thompson, Rev. & Mrs. Everett W., ^^ 

1926 MC (1BQ 59, 1 Chome, Taura, ft 

Yokosuka. 
Thompson, Mr. Lawrance, 1953, MC 

(IBC) 5 Shimo Shirokane Cho, 

Hirosaki, Aomori Ken. (Tel. 1942) 
Thomsen, Rev. & Mrs. Harry, 1956, 

CMB 18 Yamazoe Cho, Shugakuin, gpj A f-A-tr 

Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Thomson, Mr. L. H., 1955, OMF 

Tsutsui Machi, Tsutsui, Ooaza, Ao 
mori Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Thornton, Mr. & Mrs. William, 1954, 

TEAM 2515, Karuizawa Machi, y V f- - > 

Nagano Ken. 
Thorp, Miss Dorothy, 1953, CJPM 

445 Hyakken Machi, Maebashi, Gum- 
ma Ken. 
Thorsell, Miss Anna-Lisa, (Mongolia), 

1951, SEMJ(SMJ) 42, 1 Chome, Oha- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 381 



shinai Cho, Muroran Shi, Hokkaido. 
Thurber, Rev. & Mrs. L. Newton, 

1948, PN(IBC) 6, 1 Chome, Asukai 
Cho, Tanaka, Sakyo Ku, Kyoto. 
(Tel. 7-4494) 

Tish, Mr. & Mrs. L., 1955, JAM 3s&jftf&sr 

Ikoma Cho, Nara Ken. 
Tjelle, Rev. & Mrs.. Lars, 1952, NMS 

1, Teraguchi, Takaha, Nada Ku, 

Kobe. (Tel. 8-2878). 
Todd, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence, 1950, 

NTM Takada Machi, Takada Shi, h F 

Iwate Ken. 
Todd, Miss Pearl, (China), 1950, SBC tg^TpHir^r ^^ 

Seinan Gakuin, Nishijin Machi, g h y F 

Fukuoka Shi. (Tel. 2-0537). 
Tohara, Mr. & Mrs. Shinichi, (Hawaii) , 

1949, WT 62, Shinkawara Machi, 
Sendai Shi. 

Toma, Mr. & Mrs. Shintaro J., (Ha 
waii), 1949, WT 1, Toyooka Cho, 
Mita, Shiba, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

Tomono, Mr. Teruo, 1950, NTM 8 
Chome, Sanbongi Shi, Aomori Ken. 

Torp, Rev. & Mrs. Aage, 1954, FCM 
47 Tanaka, Higashi Hinoguchi, Sa 
kyo Ku, Kyoto. 

Townsend, Mr. Louis, 1951, N. T. M. 



DIRECTORIES 

Tomonuma, 984 Nogi Mura, Shimo- 

tsuga Gun, Tochigi Ken. 
Toyn, Elder Richard, LDS 1151 Banchi, 

Kadota Onari Cho, Okayama Shi. ^ Ms/ 

Toyotome, Rev. & Mrs. Masumi, 1953, ~%M%&=M ft~J : 3R-^ S. 

JEMS 1500, Osawa Mitaka Shi, OO 

Tokyo. h 3 h / 

Trott, Miss D. E., 1910, 8, Sakae Cho, 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. 
Troxell, Rev. & Mrs. Delbert, 1953, 

UCMS(IBC) Serving with ABFMS 

Rifu Mura, Miyagi Gun, Miyagi 

Ken. 
Troyer, Mr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Maurice 

E., 1951, PN(IBC) International 

Christian University, 1500 Osawa ^ 9 ^ ^ 

Mitaka Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. 398-3791) 

(Furlough 1955-56). 
Trueman, Miss Margaret (R. N.), 1951, "PS^PM 

UCC ( IBC) Ryogoku, Tomizato Mu- m b ^~ 

ra, Imba Gun, Chiba Ken. 
Tubbin, Rev. & Mrs. 1951, NCCS(SMJ) 

Swedish Mission, Aminohama, * f-ifc&F^ 

Okayama Shi. (Tel. Okayama 2- hfrtf> 

9672). 
Tucker, Rev. Beverley D., 1953, PEC 

Higashi 3 Chome, Kita 21 Jo, 

Sapporo, Hokkaido. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 383 

Tuff, Miss Evelyn, 1954, ELC 183 



Otowa Cho, Shizuoka Shi, Shizuoka 

Ken. 
Tunbridge, Miss Marjorie, 1950, UCC 

(IBC) 69 Agata Cho, Nagano Shi, 

Nagano Ken. 
Turley, Elder Floyd K., LDS 400-3 

Furuta Machi, Furue, Hiroshima Shi, 

Hiroshima Ken. ?r- 9 4 

Turnbull, Mr. Ian, 1952, WEC 438, WM%m&mBW*l f 

Okubo, Hino Cho, Gamo Gun, Shiga -Acfg r > 7*^ 

Ken. 
Turner, Miss Joyce, 1954, ABCFM H^TfrPiffll 1 ! t-$P^c 

(IBC) Kobe Jo Gakuin, Okaday ama, ^ i 

Nishinomiya. (Tel. Nishinomiy a 2264) . 
Turner, Elder Newell, LDS 400-3 

Furuta Machi, Furue, Hiroshima 

Shi, Hiroshima Ken. 
Twilleager, Rev. & Mrs. Wm. 1954, 

UMI 203 4 Chome, Kitano Cho, 

Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 

U 



Uchida, Miss Ikuye, 1952, JEM Ku- 
jiranami, Kashiwazaki Shi. (Tel. 
Kashiwazaki 1347) 

Uchida, Miss Sachiye, 1953, JEM 



384 DIRECTORIES 

Inari Machi, Ojiya Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Udall, Elder Joseph, LDS c/o Mr. C. 

Ichishima, Higashi Machi, Shibata TfJJiW V ?~^ 

Shi, Niigata Ken. 
Uhlig, Miss Marianne, 1956, GMM ^K^H^rpfiSM^T^ 

Higashi Naruo 12, Naruo Cho, Nishi- $M y -y 7 

nomiya Shi, Hyogo Ken. 
Ulvestad, Mr. Sverre, 1954, NSM 6 

NaRayamate Dori, 2 Chome, Ikuta 

Ku, Kobe. (Tel. 2-0787) 
Undseth, Rev. & Mrs. Einar, 1954, 

ELC 3-46 Shiotsu Yaizu Shi, Shizu- 

oka Ken. 
Unruh, Mr. & Mrs. Verney, 1951, 

GCMM 5330, Kawa Higashi Machi, 

Miyakonojo, Miyazaki Ken. (Tel. 

1188). (Furlough). 
Uomoto, Rev. & Mrs. George Y., OPC 

116 Otachiba Machi, Sendai. 
Urquhart, Miss Betty A., 1952, PN 

(IBC) Baiko Jo Gakuin, Maruyama 

Cho, Shimonoseki. 
Utterback, Miss Elsie Jean, 1949, 

TEAM (Furlough 1955-56) , c/o Rev. 

John W. Utterback, P. O. Box 805. 

Topanga, Calif. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 385 

V 

Valtonen, Rev. & Mrs. Tauno, 1952, 

LEAF Minami 12 Jo, Nishi 12 

Chome, Sapporo Shi, Hokkaido. 
Van Baak, Rev. & Mrs. Edward A., 

1951, CRJM 1069, Kita-enodo, Suwa 

Shi, Nagano Ken. (Tel. Suwa 711). 

(Furlough 1955-56) 
Vander Bilt, Rev. & Mrs. Mass, 1955, 

CRJM 299, 1 Chome, Egota, Naka- T@-: 

no Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 95-6641). 
Van Dolson, Rev. & Mrs. Leo R., 1951, 

SDA 171, Amanuma, 1 Chome, Sugi- 

nami Ku, Tokyo. 
Van Schooten, Rev., & Mrs. Alvin, 

1955, CMA 122 Yamamoto Dori, 

Ikuta Ku, Kobe. 
Van Wyk, Rev. & Mrs. Gordon J., 

(China), 1953, RCA(IBC) 761, 1 

Chome, Kami Osaki, Shinagawa Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Varney, Miss Evelyn, 1949, CBFMS 

5-1 Chome, Surugadai, Chiyoda Ku, THS 

Tokyo. (Tel. 29-2512). 
Vatter, Mr. & Mrs. Ernst, 1952, 1953, 

LM 244, Daigiri Machi, Yuki Shi, EH 7 r } -f- 



386 DIRECTORIES 

Ibaraki Ken. 
Vehanen, Rev. & Mrs. Eino, SSM ^MiMvffl^HlIE T 

2210 Sanno 2 Chome, Ota Ku, To- @nz:-O 

kyo. (Tel. 76-4209). ****, 

Vereide, Mr. & Mrs. Abraham, 1950 fiHtSlpfOTfJjinfin&fffl 

NMA 231, Shinden, Ichikawa Shi. y x >j - F 

(on Furlough) 
Vereide, Miss Aslaug, 1954, NMA 

53, 3 Chome, Shimouma, Setagaya 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Verme, Rev. & Mrs. Robert E., 1949, 

EMCA 2570, Minami Cho, Shibuka- -to 

wa Shi, Gumma Ken. 
Verwey, Mr. & Mrs. C. J., 1951, (^4 

JEB (on Furlough from Oct. 1956) 

c/o Japan Evangelistic Band, 43 

Commercial Exchange Buildings, 

Main St., Johannesburg, S. Africa. 
Viall, Rt. Rev. K. A., 1935, SSJE Box 



546, Central Post Office, Tokyo. (Tel. 

A0 r, AA ^ A0 -, A ,,- SX^^ilHlJ/li/V 

48-7443) 48, 1-Chome, Aoyama Mma- 
mi Cho, Akasaka, Minato Ku, Tokyo. 

Vikner, Rev. & Mrs. David L., (Chi 
na), 1950, ALM 628, 7 Chome, 
Ujina Machi, Hiroshima. (Tel. 4- 
2720). (on Furlough 1955-1956). 2011, 
46th S., Rock Island, Illinois, U. S. A. 

Vinge, Rev. & Mrs. Daniel, 1951, ELC 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 387 

222, Otowa Cho, Shizuoka Shi, 7>^ 

Shizuoka Ken. 
Vist, Miss Ingrid, 1953, SAMJ (SMJ) 

141, Kamiikegawa Cho, Hamamatsu 

Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 
Voehringer, Deaconess Elizabeth E., 

1953 EUB(IBC) Aisenryo, Reiha 

Mura, Kasu Shi, Saitama Ken. (Tel. 

341). 
Vogt, Miss Verna, 1952, TEAM 40, 

Aza Uo Machi, Daishoji Machi, 

Enuma Gun, Ishikawa Ken. 
Von Haugwiz, Sister Irmtrud, 1953, 

1953, JCGM Hamamatsu Shi, Mika- 

tabara 968, Shizuoka Ken. (Tel. 

Mikatabara 3). 
Von Reiswitz, Miss Ursula, 1953 JCGM 

331, Eifuku Cho, Suginami Ku, 

Tokyo. (Tel. 32-4794). 
Voran, Mr. & Mrs. Peter, 1951, GCMM 

Aburatsu Cho, Nichinan Shi, Mi- 

yazaki Ken. (on Furlough after <y * 7 

Sept, 1). 
Vorland, Rev. & Mrs. Gehard, 1953, 

ELC 99 Kazukawa Cho, Kakegawa 

Shi, Shizuoka Ken. 



388 DIRECTORIES 

W 

Wada, Sister Mihoko, LDS Kita 2 

Jo Nishi 24 Chome, Sapporo Shi, 

Hokkaido. 
Waddington, Mr. Richard, 1953, 

ABFMS 4 Miharudai, Minami Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. Yokohama 3-6628). 
Walbert, Rev. & Mrs. Clement, 1955, 

BGCA 2-352, Nishiokubo, Shinjuku 

Ku, Tokyo. 
Waldin, Miss Margaret, 1951, TEAM 

1, 2 Chome, Kitazawa, Setagaya 

Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 42-3898). 
Waldron, Miss Rose E., (China), 1922, 

MC(IBC) lai Joshi Koto Gakko, 64 K itS&TO^ 

Suginami Cho, Hakodate Shi. (Tel. $ t7;i^Fi 

House 5277, School 1118). 
Walker, Rev. & Mrs. W. L., 1949, 

SBC 5533, 1 Chome, Nakajima Ha- 

chijo Dori, Oita. (Furlough 55). 

Seminary Hill, Ft. Worth, Texas. 
Walker, Mr. & Mrs. Wesley, CC-JCM, 

1862 Moiwabashi, Sapporo. 
Walter, Mr. & Mrs. Donald A., 1949, (<jf g^) 

TEAM 2810, West 21st Ave., Van 
couver, Washington. (Furlough 54- 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 389 

56). 
Walter, Miss Helen, 1951, CBFMS 

Ueda Mura, Hiraka Gun, Akita Ken. 
Walters, Mr. & Mrs. Russell, 1951, 

TEAM 2435, Karuizawa Machi, 

Nagano Ken. 
Walvoord, Miss Florence, (India) , 1922, 

RCA(IBC) Baiko Jo Gakuin, Maru- *& 

yama Cho, Shimonoseki. (Tel. 3722) . 
Wandel, Miss Dagny, 1951, MCCS (j^m^ 

(SMJ) (Furlough) Tegnergatan 8, 

Stockholm, Sweden. 
Wang, Miss Jean, 1953, ELC 183, SffSp: 

Otowa Cho, Shizuoka Shi, Shizuoka AH 

Ken. 
Warkentyne, Mr. Henry J., 1952, UCC 

(IBC) 7 Kwansei Gakuin, Nishino- 

miya. (Tel. Nigawa 476). 
Warne, Miss Eleanor, 1948, MC(IBC) 

Kawauchi Mura, Onsen Gun, Ehi- 

me Ken. (Tel. Kawauchi 6). 
Warner, Rev. & Mrs. Austin M., 1951, 

UCMS(IBC) 56 Kumoi Cho, Shuku- 

gawa, Nishinomiya. (Tel. 1803). 
Waterman, Miss Gertrude, 1948, 

ABFMS (China), 51, 1 Chome, Hon 

Machi, Toyonaka Shi, Osaka Fu. 
Watkins, Miss Elizabeth, 1929, SBC 



390 DIRECTORIES 

536, Minami Machi, 5 Chome, Oaza 

Dogo, Matsuyama. (Tel. 4264). 
Watson, Rev. & Mrs. Leslie, 1950, 

SBC (Furlough) 125 S. Whippany HTB -fc- 

Rd., Whippany, N. J., 171-2, Maru- 

yama Cho, Miyazaki. (Tel. 5-0192). 
Watts, Rev. & Mrs. C. B., 1955, SDA 

1966 Kamikawai Machi, Hodoga- 

ya Ku, Yokohama. 
Wayne, Mr. & Mrs. Milton, 1948, JEB 

17, 4 Chome, Kumano Cho, Hyo- T@ L 

go Ku, Kobe Shi. 
Webber, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. Alfred lOfCil^afe 

B., 1951, SDA 171, Amanuma, 1 B f^- 

Chome, Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Weber, Rev. & Mrs. James, 1953, 

CBFMS Yuzawa Shi, Akita Ken. 
Wedel, Mr. & Mrs. A. Delmar, 1955, 

YMCA 7 Fujimi Cho, 2 Chome, 

Chiyoda Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-6359). 
Weiss, Miss Marianne, 1955, LM 1933 

Nakanoshima, Kawasaki Shi, Kana- 

gawa Ken. 
Weiss, Rev. & Mrs. W. G., 1953, PN 

(IBQ 13, 4 Chome, Kudan, Chiyo 
da Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 33-6763). 
Weitzel, Rev. William, 1954, PEC 

131, Taishido, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 391 

(Tel. 42-7869). 
Welch, Elder John C., LDS 3-43 Uo 

Machi, Kofu Shi, Yamanashi Ken. 
Welch, Elder Theodore, LDS 29 Shi- 

nohara Machi, Kohoku Ku, Yoko 
hama. 
Weller, Miss M. E., (China), 1952, 

OMF 112, Minato Cho, Mori Cho, 

Hokkaido. 
Wells, Miss Lillian A., (Retired), 1900, 

PN(IBC) 47 of 45 Go Chome, Mina- 

mi Cho, Aoyama, Minato Ku, To 
kyo. 
Wendorff, Rev. & Mrs. W., JCGM 

331, Eifukucho, Suginami Ku, 

Tokyo. 
Wenger, Mrs. Mary, ASC (Furlough 

56), 12534, Moorpark Ave., Studio 

City, California. 
Wengler, Miss Jessie, AG 231 

Shinden Machi, Ichikawa Shi, Chiba 

Ken. 
Wennborg, Mrs. Ingeborg, 1951, 

MCCS(SMJ) Swedish Mission, Asa- O 

himachi, Kurashiki Shi, Okayama ^ 

Ken. (Tel. Kurashiki 2490) 
Wentz, Rev. & Mrs. Edwin C., 1951, 

ULCA 23, Inari Cho, Kagoshima. 



392 DIRECTORIES 

Werdal, Rev. & Mrs. Philip E., 1950, 

LBA (Furlough) , 1 Chome Honcho, 

Sakata Shi, Yamagata Ken. (Tel. 

1307). 
Werdal, Rev. & Mrs. Morris A., 

1949, LBA Minami Shinmachi, 

Shimocho 201, Akita Shi, Akita 7-^ 

Ken. 
Werner, Mr. Walter, IND 1442 Karui- gBHft^^-Hziz: 

zavfa. Machi, Nagano Ken. 7 ?- 

West, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, CC-OCM ^BKTUJtaExp^Bj^T 

31-6 Chome, Nakamiya Cho, Asahi B= f>^x h 

Ku, Osaka. 
Westberg, Rev. & Mrs. Harry E., 1952, gniH^ri^&BTH 

EMC A 3 Chome, Gakko Cho, Naga- T@ 

oka Shi, Niigata Ken. !>^x HX-^ 

Westfall, Miss May E., 1952, MC(IBC) 

c/o Mr. Matsumoto, 3/77 Nakaya- 

mate Dori, 6 Chome, Kobe. 
Whaley, Rev. & Mrs. Charles, 1949, /h^iff 

1948, SBC 540 Tomino Suwanodai, HO 

Kokura Shi. (Tel. 5-0908). 
Whewell, Miss Elizabeth A., 1928, MM 

Tomidahama, Yokkaichi, Mie Ken. 

(Tel. Tomida 96). 
Whisman, Miss Winnie, 1952, JEM 

Inari Machi, Ojiya Shi, Niigata ^-f 

Ken. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 393 

White, Miss E. R. (China), 1951, OMF 4GiQ&&&ttfc& 

23 North 2 West 2, Kutchan Machi, M T 
Hokkaido. 

White, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd, 1952, TEAM 
2 Yatori, Hanada Cho, Toyohashi 
Shi, Aichi Ken. 

White, Miss Sarah C., 1948, PEC 19 
Akashi Cho, Chuo Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 
54-5151). 

Whitehead, Miss Mabel, 1917, MC 
(IBC) Seiwa Joshi Tanki Daigaku, 
Okadayama, Nishinomiya. (Tel. 
Residence 2009, College 2624). 

Whittington, Miss Betty, 1953, CC- 
OCM (Furlough) 31-6 Chome, Na- 
kamiya Cho, Asahi Ku, Osaka. 

Wiberg, Rev. & Mrs. Erik, 1951, (Chi 
na), SAMJ(SMJ) 6-382, Kosei Cho, TS=A- 
Okazaki Shi, Aichi Ken. V 

Wiens, Rev. & Mrs. Roland M., (Chi 
na), 1951, MB 59, Sompachi Cho, 
4 Jo Dori, Ishibashi Shoen, Ikeda 
Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. 210) 

Wiens, Miss Ruth, 1950, MB 59 Som 
pachi Cho, 4 Jo dori, Ishibashi 
Shoen, Ikeda Shi, Osaka Fu. (Tel. 
210) 

Wigglesworth, Miss Anne E., 1949, 



394 



DIRECTORIES 



IBPFM 273-1 Chome, Horinouchi, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-0017) 
Wilde, Miss Idella (Aus.) 1952, WT 

153 Iseyama Cho, Naka Ku, Nago- 

ya Shi. 
Wildermuth, Rev. & Mrs. Wesley, 

1952, QMS 391 Kashiwagi 3 

Chome, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

37-3664) 
Wilhelmsson, Miss Thyra, 1955, SFM 

(SMJ) 1953 Nagata Machi, Mina- 

mi Ku, Yokohama Shi. 
Wilkes, Mr. & Mrs. John (USA), 1952, 

WT 68-285 Shingoryoguchi Cho, 

Nishiiru, Kuramaguchi Dori, Kita- 

kyoku, Kyoto. 
Wilkinson, Miss M., 1952, SPG 882- 

3 Chome, Nishishinagawa, Shinaga- 

wa Ku, Tokyo. 
Williams, Mrs. Diora Spear, 1952, 

UCMS (IBQ 209 Area "B", 

Beigun, Kazokushukusha, Ashiya, 

Onga Gun, Fukuoka Ken. 
Williamson, Rev. & Mrs. Wayne B., 

1954, PEC Rikkyo Univ., 3 Chome, 

Ikebukuro, Toshima Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 97-3121). 
Willis, Elder Kelland, LDS 400-3 



V -f ^ y~ T* y - )v x 



7 -f 



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^ -i )V ? 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 395 



Furuta Machi, Furue, Hiroshima 

Shi. $4 9 4* 

Willms, Mr. Peter A., 1953, BC To- 

kaichi, 11 Hijiwara, Hagi Shi, Yama- -| 

guchi Ken. (Tel. Hagi 444) 
Wills, Mr. Clifton, 1950, CA c/o S. J. jjpRilW 

Lang, 1521, 4 Chome, Egota Machi, HTS 

Nakano Ku, Tokyo. 
Wilson, Miss J. S., 1955, OMF Tsutsui 

Machi, Tsutsui, Ooaza, Aomori Shi, 

Aomori Ken. 
Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. J. Donald, CLC 

4-13 Chome, Kuramoto Dori, Kure 

Shi, Hiroshima Ken. 
Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. T. C., 1951, CJPM 

(Furlough) 54 Turaki St., Tauma- 

runui, N. Z. 
Wimer, Miss E., (China), 1952, OMF 

Kita 22 Nishi 6, Sapporo, Hokka- A 7 -f -? - 

ido. 
Winans, Rev. Edward J. (China), 1951, 

MC(IBC) c/o Aoyama Gakuin, 22 

Midorigaoka, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo. 

(Tel. 40-3431) 
Windsor, Mr. & Mrs. A. V., 1955, 

CJPM 445 Hyakken Machi, Maeba- 

shi, Gumma Ken. 
Wine, Mr. & Mrs., IND 13 Kinuga- 



396 DIRECTORIES 

wa Kaido Cho, Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Wingert, Rev. & Mrs. Norman A., 

1953, MCC 350 Setamachi, Tama- 

gawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. -f >jf- b 

Winn, Mrs. Merle, 1916, PN(IBC)- 

Hokuriku Gakuin, 10 Kami Kaki- 

nokibatake, Kanazawa Shi. (Tel. 2- 

0763) 
Winn, Rev. & Mrs. Paul, (China, 

Guatemala, Colombia) , 1939, PN (IBC) 

Meiji Gakuin, 42 Imazato Cho, 

Shirokane, Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 

49-6768) 
Winsjansen, Miss Kirsten, 1953, FCM 

Box 5, Mikuni Machi, Fukui Ken. y-l^v 

Winsnes, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel, 1952, 

NMA 231 Shinden, Ichikawa Shi. 
Winteler, Miss Lena (Switzerland), 

1951, WT 68/285 Shingoryoguchi A^^f^MPBJ A 

Cho, Nishiiru, Kuramaguchi Dori, SO^A 

Kitakyoku, Kyoto. V 4 ^"r? - 

Winteler, Miss Margrit, (Switzerland), ^f^Tf^fcMlHl^PJlH 

1954, WT 68/285 Shingoryoguchi A^if^flSPWj A 
Cho, Nishiiru, Kuramaguchi Dori, EO/^A 
Kitakyoku, Kyoto. ? -f v r 7 - 

Winter, Miss Peggy, 1952, CBFMS 
Yu no Hara Onsen, Yuzawa Shi, 
Akita Ken. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 397 

Winters, Rev. & Mrs. Gerald, 1952, 

TEAM 1093 Aza Kiso, Komatsu, 

Tsuchiura Shi, Ibaragi Ken. 
Winther, Rev. (D. D.) J. M. T., 1898, 

ULCA 3, 2 Chome, Nakajima Dori, 

Fukiai Ku, Kobe. ^ ^ ^ 



Winther, Miss Maya, 1928, ULCA 

217 Nakanohashi Koji, Mizugae 

Machi, Saga Shi. (Tel. 4010) V 4 > 

Whitman, Miss Sylvia (China), 1950, 

A AMS (Furlough) 971 Yadoya 

Machi, Kurayoshi Shi, Tottori Ken. 
Whybray, Rev. & Mrs. Roger N., 1952, 

SPG & PEC Seikokai Theological 

College, 16, 2 Chome, Tamagawa 

Naka Machi, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo. VCffJ 

(Tel. Futago Tamagawa 575, 576). 
Wolfe, Rev. & Mrs. A. Gordon, 1949, 

WM 261-3 Chome, Itabashi Machi, 

Itabashi Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 96-2401). 
Wolff, Sister Hanni, 1953, JCGM 

968 Mikatabara, Hamamatsu Shi, 

Shizuoka Ken. (Tel. Mikatabara 3). 
Wood, Mr. Edwin R., 1953, PEC 10 

Kagoike Dori 1 Chome, Fukiai Ku, T@O 

Kobe. 

Wood, Rev. & Mrs. James E., 1948, 
SBC Seinan Gakuin, Nishijin Machi, 



398 DIRECTORIES 

Fukuoka Shi. (Tel. 2-0537). (Fur 
lough). Department of Religion, 

Baylor Univ., Waco, Texas. 
Wood, Miss Joan, 1951, NTM 8 Cho 
me, Sanbongi Shi, Aomori Ken. 
Wood, Rev. & Mrs. Robert W., 1949, 

ABCFM(IBC) (Furlough 54-56) I- 

madegawa Agaru, Murom achi Dori, 

Kamikyo Ku, Kyoto. 
Woods, Dr. (M. D.) & Mrs. Neal C., Jr., 

1952, SDA 171 Amanuma 1 Chome, 

Suginami Ku, Tokyo. 
Woolett, Rev. & Mrs. John F., 1951, 

ASC 105 Nishikubo, Musashino Shi, 

Tokyo. 
Wooley, Miss A. K., 1915, SPG Koran 

Jogakko, 1046-7 Chome, Hiratsuka, 

Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 
Worth, Dr. (Ph. D.) & Mrs. Donald, 

1954, PN (IBQ International Chris- OO 

tian University, 1500 Osawa, Mitaka 

Shi, Tokyo. (Tel. 398-3791) 
Wright, Elder Cary H., LDS 89 Sai- Itffi&i 

wai Cho, Muroran Shi, Hokkaido. 7-f h 

Wright, Rev. & Mrs. Morris J., 1950, (MS^yS^Tfr^PT 

SBC (Furlough) 2/110, 5 Chome, STB O 

Tokiwa Cho, Urawa Shi. (Tel. 3558). ^ ^ 

Pasadena, Texas. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 399 



Wright, Mr. & Mrs. R. J., 1931, 1948, 

IND 9 Daikyo Machi, Shinjuku Ku, 7 -Y 

Tokyo. 
Wright, Elder Willis, LDS 9-27 Moto- 

koi Cho, Chigusa Ku, Nagoya Shi, 

Aichi Ken. ?^ * 

Wunstorf, Mr. P. G., IND 1442 Ka- 

ruizawa Machi, Nagano Ken. 
Wyatt, Miss C. E. M., 1952, SPG 

130, 5 Chome, Minami Senju, Ara- -j-g^=rQ 

kawa Ku, Tokyo. v -f -v 



Yakel, Miss Ella, 1951, NTM 255 

Yamanome Machi, Ichinoseki Shi, 

Iwate Ken. 
Yamada, Miss Ellen J., 1950, AG 429 

Shimoifuku, Iwai, Okayama Shi. 
Yamada, Sister Ikuko, LDS 11-4 

Naruse Machi, Kanazawa Shi, Ishi- 

kawa Ken. 
Yeadon, Miss H. Marjorie, 1953, UCC 

(IBC) 2 Higashi Toriizaka, Azabu, $lil -f x- F 

Minato Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 48-3325) 
Yearick, Rev. & Mrs. Homer F., 1953, 

E & R (IBC) 648 Hiratsuka Cho, 

2 Chome, Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo. 



400 DIRECTORIES 

(Tel. 78-6279) 
Youmans, Miss Doris, 1952, BMM 

Box 49, Fukushima Shi, Fukushima -j\& 3 - 

Ken. 
Young, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence, 1952, 

FEGC 7 of 26 Denenchofu, 1 Cho- 

me, Ota Ku, Tokyo. 
Young, Rev. & Mrs. John M. L., 1948, 

IBPFM 1235 Matsunoki Cho, Sugi- 

nami Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 38-5510). 
Young, Miss R. C., (China), 1952, 

OMF (Furlough). 
Youngquist, Rev. & Mrs. Haris, 1950, 

BGCA Temma Nachi Machi, Wa- 

kayama Ken. (Furlough) . ? &4 * \> 

Yunker, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 1953, 

TEAM 2798 Shimizu Cho, Choshi 

Shi, Chiba Ken. 



Zander, Miss Helen R., 1928, RCA 

(IBC) 37 Yamate Cho, Naka Ku, 

Yokohama. (Tel. 2-9183). 
Zastrow, Miss Violet, 1952, WEC 

569 Kondo, Gokanosho Cho, Kanzaki s\li If * h - 

Gun, Shiga Ken. (Tel. Ishizuka 49). 
Zerbe, Rev. & Mrs. Ben, 1950, TEAM (MS*) 



ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH ADDRESSES 401 

(Furlough 55-56) Lustre, Montana. 
Zimmerman, Rev. & Mrs. Charles F., 

1951, JGF Shimizu 195, Kainan Shi, 

Wakayama Ken. 
Zinke, Rev. & Mrs. Gilbert, 1952, 

CBFMS 352-2 Chome, Nishiokubo, 

Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo. (Tel. 35-3562) 
Zschiegner, Rev. & Mrs. Max, 1951, 

MSL 267 Takahana, 4 Chome, O- 

miya Shi, Saitama ken. 
Zuch, Rev. & Mrs. Robert, 1954, ULCA 

35 Suizenji Hon Machi, Kuma- 

moto Shi. (Tel. 2105). 
Zwintscher, Rev. & Mrs. Victor, 1949, 

MSL (Furlough 1956-57) 49-3 Cho 
me, Matsunami Cho, Niigata Shi. 



APENDIX 



PREFECTURES, TOWNS, AND CITIES 



1. AICHI KEN 

ICHINOMIYA SHI ^ Tfr 
ITAYANAGI MACHI 

fa DP BT 

KARIYA SHI /IJ ^ ffr 

KASUGAI SHI jf? # ffj 

KOZOJI MACHI i|f ffi ^ BJ 

MORIYAMA SHI f ^ Tjf 

NAGOYA SHI % -fc m Tfr 

NARUMI CHO P| gg BJ 

NISHIO MACHI gf ^ HJ 

OKAZAKI SHI pg |i^ Tfr 

SETO SHI jjjg p rfr 

TOYOHASHI SHI ^ |f Tfj 

TOYOKAWA SHI S ]|| flj 

CHITA MACHI fl ^ ffj 

2. AKITA KEN ^ffliir 

AKITA SHI ^ ffl rB 

HONJO MACHI ^ Hj 

NOSHIRO SHI f| ft fU 

ODATE SHI ^c H TtJ 



UEDA MURA 69^ 

YUZAWA SHI ^ ^ Tf? 

3. AOMORI KEN 



AOMORI SHI W ^ T}J 

HACHINOHE SHI A p Tfr 

HIROSAKI SHI |y flj 
ITAYANAGI MACHI 

te ^p BT 

KANAGI MACHI ^ /K BJ 

MUKOE MURA [Sj >jsf 

SAMBONGI SHI = ^ ^ f}j 

4. CHIBA KEN =f HJ^ 

ANEGASAKI MACHI 



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CHIBA SHI 

CHOSHI SHI m =$ ffr 

ICHIKAWA SHI fU JM TfJ 

KASHIWA SHI ft TB 

OHARA MACHI ^ Jg BJ 

OTAKI MACHI ^ m J 
SODEGAURA MACHI 



402 



PREFECTURES, TOWNS, AND CITIES 



403 



TATEYAMA SHI fl| U| 
TOMISATO MURA % M 

5. EHIME KEN 

KAWAUCHI CHO JH ft 
MATSUYAMASHI /& m 



6. FUKUI KEN 



FUKUI SHI m 

KATSUYAMA SHI p 
MIKUNI MACHI = 
TAKEFU SHI ^ 

7. FUKUOKA KEN 

FUKUOKA SHI ?g 
IMAJIKU SHI 4- 

KOKURA SHI /h 

KURUME SHI 
TOBATA SHI F? 

TSUYAZAKI MACHI 

YOSHITOMI MACHI 



YAW ATA SHI 



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FUKUSHIMA SHI ?g ^ TtJ 

HARAMACHI SHI Jg HI ifj 

IWAKI SHI ^ ^ TtJ 

KORIYAMA SHI i^ |lj TU 

NAKOSO SHI igo = TU 

ONO MACHI /]N m HT 

SHIRAKAWA SHI Q M Tp 

SOMA SHI ^ M HJ 
SUKAGAWA SHI ^ J| jl| TtJ 
AIZUTAKADA MACHI 



8. FUKUSHIMA KEN 



9. GIFU KEN 

GIFU SHI K -f- 

MASUDA SHI iH ffl 

OGAKI SHI y c m 

TAKAYAMA SHI ^ |Ij 

10. GUMMA KEN 

ANNAKA MACHI ^ ^ 
ISEZAKI SHI 

MAEBASHI SHI fl g HJ 

OTA SHI * ffl TtJ 

SHIBUKAWA SHI & Jl| Tl? 

TAKASAKI SHI ,t7 ft Tt! 

11. HIROSHIMA KEN 



AIZUWAKAMATSU SHI 



HIROSHIMA SHI & 
ITSUKAICHI MACHI 



404 



DIRECTORIES 



KURE SHI 
MIHARA SHI 
MITSUKI GUN 
ONOMICHI SHI 
SAIJO MACHI 

12. HOKKAIDO 

AKABIRA SHI 
ASAHIGAWA SHI 
EBETSU SHI 
HAKODATE SHI 



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AKASHI SHI m 

AMAGASAKI SHI /g 
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HIMEJI SHI ^. 

HOJO CHO Ifc 

IWAYA CHO g 

KAIBARA MACHI ft 
KOBE SHI ffi 

NISHINOMIYA SHI 



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HIDAKA MOMBETSU CHO 



HIDAKA SHI 

HOMBETSU CHO ;& 
KAMISHI HIRO CHO 



KITAMI SHI 4b 

KUSHIRO SHI f || 
KUTCHAN MACHI 



MORIMACHI & 

MURORAN SHI g 
NAKASHIBETSU CHO 



NAYORO SHI % 

OBIHIRO SHI ^ 

OTARU SHI /h 

SAPPORO SHI tL 



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TOYOOKA SHI ^ 

14. IBARAGI KEN ; 

HITACHI SHI B 

MAKABE MACHI ^ 
MITO SHI Tfc 

NAKAMINATO SHI 

S5 Jf 

SHIMODATE SHI f 
TSUCHIURA SHI 
TSUKUBA MACHI ^C 
YUKI SHI ^ 

15. ISHIKAWA KEN 

DAISHOOJI MACHI 



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PREFECTURES, TOWNS, AND CITIES 



KANAZAWA SHI ^ ?H Tf5 

KOMATSU SHI /h & Tfr 

NOTO MACHI tl g HI 

SUZU SHI ^ ft? 

16. IWATE KEN g^ 

ICHINOSEKI SHI / g| ft? 

KITAKAMI SHI :|fc _h 7f? 

KUJI SHI ^\ iC Tfr 

MORIOKA SHI & p59 fl? 

TAKADA SHI i% H Tf5 

17. KAGAWA KEN JfJUJS: 

MARUGAME SHI ^L H Tp 
TAKAMATSU SHI M & TU 
SAKAIDE SHI $L W Tp 
ZENTSUJI SHI $ S ^ Tfr 

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MAKURAZAKI SHI 

19. KANAGAWA KEN 

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FUJISAWA SHI 
HAYAMA CHO 
KAMAKURA SHI 
KAWASAKI SHI 
ODAWARA SHI 
YAMATO MACHI 
YOKOHAMA SHI 
YOKOSUKA SHI 
ZUSHI SHI 

20. KOCHI KEN 

HONGU CHO * g 

KOCHI SHI M ft 

21. KUMAMOTO KEN 

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HITOYOSHI SHI A t 
KUMAMOTO SHI flg ^ 

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JOYO CHO m i 

KYOTO SHI M f 

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FURUKAWA SHI 
ISHINOMAKI SHI ^ 
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SENDAI SHI i\l] 

WATARI CHO J 

25. MIYAZAKIKEN 



HYUGA SHI (HUGA SHI) 

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MIYAZAKI SHI ^ Pif 

NICHINAN SHI ]f 

NOBEOKA SHI J| PO 

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MATSUMOTO SHI ^ ^ 
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SHIMO SUWA MACHI 

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NARA SHI i? . 


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31. OK A YAM A KEN 



407 



KOJIMA SHI 
KURASHIKI SHI 
OKAYAMA SHI 
TSUYAMA SHI 

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IZUMISANO SHI 



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KAZO SHI Jq M TfJ 

MINANO MACHI ^ SP HJ 

OMIYA SHI ^ ^ TfJ 

SHIKI MACHI jfe * BT 
TOKOROZAWA SHI 

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URAWA SHI VS fO TfJ 

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GOKANOSHO CHO 51 gf i BJ 

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HINO CHO a m BT 

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KISHIWADA SHI 
NEYAGAWA SHI 
OSAKA SHI 
SAKAI SHI 
SUITA SHI 
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TOYONAKA SHI 

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34. SAITAMA KEN 

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FUJI SHI *& TfJ 

FUJINOMIYA SHI ^ % TfJ 
HAIBARA CHO $ M WJ 
HAMAMATSU SHI ^ fe TfJ 
ITO SHI f? JJC TfJ 

IWATA SHI M H TfJ 



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MISHIMA SHI = 

NUMAZU SHI fg 

SHIMADA SHI ft 

SHIMIZU SHI m 

SHIZUOKA SHI & 

YAIZU SHI & 
YUGAWARA MACHI 



38. TOCHIGI KEN 

KUROISO MACHI 
MAMADA MACHI f 
NOGI MURA ffi 

OYAMA SHI /J 

UTSUNOMIYA SHI 



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MITAKA SHI 
MUSASHINO SHI 
NAKANO KU 
NERIMA KU 
NISHITAMA GUN 
OME SHI 
OTA KU 
SETAGAYA KU 
SHIBUYA KU 
SHINAGAWA KU 
SHINJUKU KU 
SUGINAMI KU 
SUMIDA KU 
TACHIKAWA SHI 
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41. TOTTORI KEN 



PREFECTURES, TOWNS, AND CITIES 



409 



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TOTTORI SHI , Jfc TfJ 

WATARI MURA Jg fa 

42. TOYAMA KEN SU4* 

TAKAOKA SHI jg fl5j Tfr 

TOYAMA SHI ^ [1[ ?U 

43. WAKAYAMA KEN 



GOBO SHI m & 

KAINAN SHI m ffi 

NACHIKATSUURA MACHI 



SHIRAHAMACHO ^ 
TANABE SHI BB 2 

WAKAYAMA SHI fa Hfc Hi 

44. YAMAGATA KEN 



SAKATA SHI jg 

SANBONGI MURA = 



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