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JACCC 
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YEARBOOK 



The 

^ NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 





of 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 



1972-1973 




'CALLING OUR CONTINENT TO CHRIST" 



19th 



1973 
Annual Meeting 



N.A.C.C.C. 



June 25-28 




SKINNER MEMORIAL CHAPEL 
CARLETON COLLEGE 

NORTHFIELD, MINNESOTA 

Host: Minnesota Fellowship of Congregationalists 

Moderator: Mr. Marvin Johnson, 204 N.E. 10th St., Waseca, 

Minnesota 56093 
General Chairman: Dr. Richard L. Kozelka, 2186 Scudder Ave., St. Paul, 

Minnesota 55108 



THE 

1972-1973 

YEARBOOK 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

OF 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 



Containing statistics for the calendar year 1971 
or the most recent fiscal year of Member Churches 

and 

Personnel Names and Addresses corrected to August 1, 1972 

Edited in the Offices of the Association 

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JVlltWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 53203 

(414) 273-5960 



EDITORIAL OFFICE 

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203 






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CONTENTS 

THE MODERATOR'S MESSAGE 4 

ANNUAL MEETINGS 5 

FROM THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 6 

THE CHURCHES OF THE NACCC 

Member Churches 7-79 

Associate Member Churches 80 

Affihated Associations and Conferences 80-83 

THE ROLL CALL OF STATES 84 

AREA CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS, 
FELLOWSHIPS, ETC 85-93 

THE N.A.C.C.C. OFFICERS 94 

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 96 

THE N.A.C.C.C. COMMITTEES 97-100 

THE DIVISIONS OF THE CORPORATION 

Building and Loan Fund 101 

Congregational Foundation for Theological Studies 102 

The Missionary Society 103-104 

THE COMMISSIONS OF THE N.A.C.C.C. 

Functions of the Commissions 105 

Christian Education 106 

Ministry 107 

Publications 108 

Spiritual Resources 109 

Women's Work 110 

World Christian Relations Ill 

Youth 112-113 

National Pilgrim Fellowship 114 

Heritage of Pilgrim Endeavor 115 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORIES 

Congregational Ministers 116 

Lay Workers 127 

ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 138 

ADVERTISING 148 

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THE MODERATOR'S MESSAGE 

Paul wrote to the First Congregational Church of Corinth some very 
important words, words which have meaning today as we consider the 
plans and programs of the National Association of Congregational 
Christian Churches. "There are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; 
and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord; and there are 
varieties of working, but it is the same God who inspires them all in 
every one." (I Corinthians 12:4, 5. RSV) 

This situation is part of the challenge and excitment of being a part 
of the National Association fellowship. Our member churches and our 
church members do not conform to any single stereotype or reflect any 
single position. 

One thing brought us together: our strong desire to worship God in 
freedom of conscience and to strengthen the churches and persons so 
committed. 

One thing will keep us together: a renewal of our original intention 
enchanced by our respect for differences and our wilhngness to walk 
together "in the ways of the Lord, made known or to be made known 
to us." 

Let us place at the disposal of our churches all these varieties of gifts, 
of service and of work which will encourage us to build an even 
stronger and more vital fellowship for the years to come. 

Erwin A. Britton 



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FROM THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 

This YEARBOOK is produced in the offices of the National Association from 
information submitted voluntarily by the member Churches. It is timed by the 
necessity of completing it following the Annual Meeting of the Association, which 
is held the last week in June, and which elects officers and approves appointments 
to Boards and Commissions to serve until the next Annual Meeting. 

The personnel listed on Boards and Commissions are those in office for the 
period between Annual Meetings, June— June. In most instances, statistics and per- 
sonnel contained in the record of the Churches is for the current calendar year. 
Statistics related to mission giving through the National Association are produced 
from the records of the Association for the most recent fiscal year. 

Since the Church statistics relate to varying time periods they cannot always be 
concisely correlated, but they do give a reasonably accurate picture of the nature of 
the Fellowship for an approximate one year period. 

This issue of the YEARBOOK went to press on August 1, 1972. Every effort 
was made to incorporate last minute changes in pastorates, etc., but we express 
regret in advance for inadvertent omissions. The editing of the YEARBOOK is the 
biggest single clerical task confronting the Milwaukee office each year. Every effort 
is made, within the limitations of time, to make it as accurate as voluntary re- 
porting by Churches and local Associations allows. 

This is the second year of publication in the present format. Every effort has 
been made to produce the material in keeping with the Articles of Association and 
Bylaws. We ask your patience, and your prompt and careful letter of correction, if 
you are aware of an error. 

I wish to express a personal word of appreciation to Miss Roberta Paetow of our 
staff who assumed the painstaking task of supervising the production of this YEAR- 
BOOK from a mass of dissimilar materials. 

With your help, and the increasing experience of our office in producing the 
YEARBOOK, successive years will find it an improved means of preserving the 
record of the Fellowship. 

-JOHN H. ALEXANDER 
Executive Secretary 



THE CHURCHES 

of the 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

Presented in three groupings: 

MEMBER CHURCHES - Churches which have officially voted to join the 
National Association. 

ASSOCIATE MEMBER CHURCHES - Churches which have voted to be 

Associated with the National 
Association. 

AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS - Associations that have voted to affiliate 

with the National Association although 
some of their churches are not members. 



The privileges of the various classifications are defined in the Articles of Association 
and By-Laws. 

Notations: 

Statistics contained are for the calendar year 1971 or for the most recent 
fiscal year of the member Church. 

In the column "Minister's name, etc." any names below the line are those of 
ministers who are members of that Church, but are not serving on the Church 
Staff. 

In the addresses the City or Town name and Zip code are not repeated except 
in cases where they are different. 

Addresses for staff members and other ministers and lay people may be found 
in the Alphabetical Directory sections. 

Code: (X) Indicates that a current report was not received from this 

Church. Information repeated from 1971 Yearbook. 

(-) Indicates that the information was not given in reports 

from the Church. This symbol is used in NA columns if 
Church did not report finances in other categories. 

(C) Before a figure indicates "approximate." 

The information contained in this listing is as complete as possible as of August 
1, 1972. 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


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ALASKA 












Anchorage 












First Congregational 


1960 


Gerald C. Churchill 


1936 


1969 


Mrs. Fred Tisdel 


2610 E. Northern Lights 




1919 Dimond Dr., 99507 






1510 H Street 99501 


Blvd. 99S04 
(907) 272-8363 














Richard Gay 


1946 






Metlakatla 












William Duncan Memorial 


1887 


Edwin A. Meyers 


1956 


1972 


Ira Booth 


P. O. Box 97 99926 




(907) 886-4436 








(907) 886-6577 












ARKANSAS 












Texarkana (See Texas) 












First Congregational 












CALIFORNIA 












Anaheim 












First Congregational 


1958 


Arthur H. Krebs 


1946 


1971 


Mrs. Russell Jaynes 


5 15 North State College 




716 N. Pine St. 92805 






506 S. Stehley St. 


Blvd. 92806 




(714) 772-2255 








(714) 776-0960 


















LaRue C. Watson 


1916 










Walter J. Vernon 


1950 






Berkeley 












North Congregational 


1892 


Harvey Swanson 


1931 


1969 


Mrs. Marion A. Smith 


2138 Cedar St. 94709 




264 Amherst 94708 






1756 Rose St. 94703 


(415) 848-1201 


















Lawrence M. Jaffa 


1949 






Cerritos 












Good Shepherd Cong'l 


1970 


Barrett J. Whiteley 


1949 


1971 


Mrs. Barrett J. Whiteley 


19624 Bouma Ave. 




3207 W. Ball Apt. 8 








90701 




Anaheim 92804 
(714) 828-6956 












Ray T. Lake 


1968 


1971 




Claremont 












St. Paul's Cong'l 


1947 


Robert H. Fleischmann 




1969 


Mrs. Paul Paige 


616 S. Sycamore Ave. 




469 St. Augustine Ave. 






1207 Briarcroft 


91711 




(714) 624-1248 








(714) 626-8900 












El Cajon 












Congregation of Good 


1965 


Edgar S. Welty 


1952 


1965 




Neighbors 












2143 Dryden Rd. 92020 












(714) 463-8430 












Fountain Valley 












(X) The First Samoan 


1964 


Lemuelu T. Utu 


1962 


1964 


Fetu L. Falo 


Cong'l Church of Jesus 




2 309 Tevis Avenue 






1119 A-Adak St. 


971 1 Carnation Ave. 




Long Beach 90815 






Port Hueneme 93043 


92708 




Taa S. Utu 


1968 


1970 




(714) 531-4559 


















Leomiti Maalona 


1965 










Tusi F. Mamea 


1966 







MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



56 



42 



23 



90 



175 



230 



408 



241 



42 



48 



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60 



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$ 701 



1030 



461 



75 



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$ 450 



240 



2107 



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$ 350 



250 



50 



450 



1000 



300 



$28,467 



11,500 



33,425 



30,185 



9,000 



17,000 



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l$29,462 



12,000 



43,425 



32,235 



10,000 



17,540 



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$210,000 



320,000 



250,000 



195,000 



175,000 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


T3 
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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

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CALIFORNIA 
(continued) 












Glen Ellen 












(X) Glen Ellen Cong'l 
O'Donnel Ln. 95442 
(707) 996-1479 


1894 


Gordon W. Johnson 
982 Glenwood Dr. 
(707) 996-2393 


1963 


1971 


Mrs. Frances C. Luddy 
4169 Lakeside Drive 


Hollywood 

Hollywood Cong'l Church 
7065 Hollywood Blvd. 

90028 
(213) 467-2172 


1914 


David L. Gray 
1422 North Genesse Ave. 
Los Angeles 90046 
(213) 851-2542 


1963 
1940 


1971 


Miss Helen W. Azhderian 
1933 Tamarind Ave. 
90068 


Merle E. Fish, Jr. 


Huntington Park 

Community Christian 

Church (Cong'l) 
2965 E. Gage 90255 
(213) 581-2159 


1962 


Fred M. Sevier 
7628 De Palma St. 
Downey 90241 
(213) 923-6246 


1949 
1926 


1971 


Mrs. Zelda Naugle 
6227 Hood Ave. 


LeVern Freeman 


Laguna Hills 

Mayflower Cong'l 
P.O. Box 2212 92653 


1968 


Raymond A. Waser 
301 Calle Rica 
San Clemente 92672 
(714) 492-4035 


1931 

1927 


1970 


Mrs. Alice Blackstad 
317-A Ave. Castilla 


Fred W. Niedringhaus 


Lawndale 












First Congregational 
4521 W. 147th St. 90260 
(213) 676-1816 


1907 


James C. Beatty 
3707 W. 106th St. 
Inglewood 90303 
(213) 677-3248 


1950 


1966 


Mrs. Neva R. Heim 
1000 E. Walnut Ave. 
El Segundo 90245 


Long Beach 

The Cong'l Church 

6130 Los Santos Dr. 

90815 

(213) 596-7950 


1960 


Vernon L. Booker 


1938 


1960 


Ms. Rita Coles 
2041 Daisy Avenue 
90806 


Los Angeles 

(X) Bethany Cong'l 
800 S. Ditman Ave. 
90023 












Cong'l Church of the 

Messiah 
7300 W. Manchester Ave. 

9004S 
(213) 670-2242 


1907 


Harry R. Butman 
7257 W. 90th St. 
(213) 670-1345 


1932 
1943 


1953 


Mr. Lawrence G. Wagoner 
7313 W. 88th Place 


G. Russell Graham 


First Cong'l Church 
540 S. Commonwealth 

90020 
(213) 385-1341 


1867 


William B. Bradshaw 

Howard Kershner 
Robert Scanland 


1958 
1952 


1972 
1971 


Miss Anna L. Sykes 



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456 



19 



365 



cl80 



48 



143 



110 



119 



46 



100 



15 



50 



416 



210 



90 



10 



12 



30 



300 



250 



200 



160 



2230 



200 



30 



40 



420 



5 500 



400 



1000 



50 



500 



175 



25 



500 



113e 44,250 



537 



2370 



595 



8611 



47,316 



489,658 



35,698 



37,415 



250,000 



10,200 



14,100 



12,000 



15,210 



3,700 



100,000 



3,700 



50,390 



69,245 



348,301 



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MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


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NAME 

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Los Angeles (continued) 












Hyde Park Cong'l 


1888 


Leslie C. Dickey 


1971 


1971 


Mrs. Connie Reed 


6501 Crenshaw Blvd. 




1 1526 Casimir Ave. 






1025 E. Hyde Park Blvd. 


90043 




Inglewood 90303 






Inglewood 90302 


(213) 758-9977 




(213) 754-6512 








(X) Providence Bible 




George E. Berryhill 


1949 


1957 


Mrs. Carolyn Ritz 


Church 




6020 Seville Ave. 






1044 N. Bonnie Dr. 


1600 Morton Ave. 90026 




Huntington Park 90255 






90026 


National City 












First Congregational 


1869 


Reginald A. Berry 


1937 


1969 


Mrs. Helen Flegal 


835 E. 16th St. 




186 E. Millan 






420 E. St. 


92050 




Chula Vista 92010 






Chula Vista 92010 


(714) 477-4680 




(714) 422-5141 








Newport Beach 
Plymouth Cong'l 


1961 








Mrs. Dick Herman 


Church of Newport 










1955 Pomona, Apt. 10 


Harbor 










Costa Mesa 92627 


3262 Broad St. 92663 














(714) 642-2740 




Norman Brown 


1935 






North Hollywood 












(X) Cong'l Church of 


1964 








Mrs. June Mueller 


the Valley 










6035 Laurel Grove Ave. 


P.O. Box 4066 91606 












Pomona 












Pilgrim Cong'l Church 


1887 


Benton S. Gaskell 


1943 


1968 


Mrs. Mary L. Miller 


600 N. Garey Ave. 




393 E. Alvarado St. 






1739 Harper Ct. 


91767 




Donald B. Keepers 


1956 


1966 


La Verne 91750 


(714) 622-1373 




Joseph M. Appelgate 


1927 


1971 




San Gabriel 












Mayflower Cong'l 


1961 


Ronald W. Dickson 


1942 


1961 


Mrs. Beverly McCurdy 


6116 San Gabriel Blvd. 




2405 Poloma 






2807 Holly Avenue 


91775 




Pasadena 91104 






Arcadia 91006 


(213) 287-9997 




John Shirley 


1912 


1965 








John Eichorn 


1940 
1966 


1971 




John Pridonoff 


San Jose 












Pilgrim Congregational 


1062 


W. Malcolm Gwaltney 


1937 


1962 


Mr. Robert Hawley 


1721 Dry Creek Road 




1790 Blackford Lane 






185 5 Shulman 


95125 




(408) 269-9377 






95124 


(408) 264-6536 












Santa Rosa 












Pioneer Congregational 


1963 


Robert Poindexter 




1972 


Mrs. W. S. Wood 


1569 Brush Creek Road 




426 Oaklake Ave. 






2349 Nordyke 


95404 




(707) 539-5207 






95401 


(707) 539-2772 


















William H. Youngman 


1915 







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MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



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37 



14 



16 



10 



148 



128 



132 



854 64 181 2039 



886 



76 



22 



10 



11 



278 



51 



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75 



70 



40 



375 



300 



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30 



10 



75 



365 



70 



18 



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252 



15 



$ 150 



125 



205 



6500 



400 



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$ 100 



464 



200 



11521 



700 



103 



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300 



325 



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360 



811 



7403 



200 



$ 17,210 



16,969 



15,631 



123,201 



25,025 



16,519 



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17, 17,82939,500 



21,590 



149,575 



71,200 



16,600 



66,323 



1,133,069 



450,000 



76,179 



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MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



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CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


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NAME 

ADDRESS 

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CALIFORNIA 












(continued) 












Soquel 












Congregational Church 


1868 


Walter A. Boring 


1947 


1968 


Mrs. Gladys Izant 


of Soquel 




805 Valencia Road 






5440 Soquel Dr. 


Drawer 278 95073 




Aptos, 95003 








(408) 475-2867 




(408) 688-3400 

Burkert Cree 
Arthur W. Seebart 
Russel B. Yorke 
Howard E. Bull 


1960 
1921 
1950 
1961 






CONNECTICUT 












Bozrah 












Bozrah Center Cong'l 


1739 


Clayton E. Richard 


1950 


1969 


Mrs. Katharine F.M.Rogers 


R.D. 1, Fitchville 




(203) 887-4615 






Rogers Road, R.D.2 


06334 










Norwich 06360 


Brookfield Center 












Newbury Cong'l 


1967 










Tower Road 06805 












(203) 775-2992 












Canterbury 












(X) Westminster Cong'l 


1770 








Clarence Kneeland 


Route 14 06331 












Colebrook 












Colebrook Cong'l 


1795 


Duncan Brockway 






Helen M. Smith 


06021 




Center 






Sandy Brook Road 


(203) 379-3517 




W. Hartland 06091 
(203) 379-5963 








Derby 












Second Congregational 


1845 


Charles F. Fuller 


1933 


1971 


Mrs. Minnie Ehman 


136 Elizabeth St. 06418 




1 135 Paradise Ave. 






One Meadow St. 


(203) 735-1623 




Hamden 06514 
(203) 248-2293 






Ansonia 06401 


Eastford 












(X) Cong'l Church 










Mrs. Eugene French 


06242 










Box 67 


East Haddam 












(X) First Church of Christ 


1704 


Robert A. McWaid 


1964 


1968 


Mrs. Albert Sievers 


Cong'l 




Orchard Road 






Leesville, Moodus 


Town St. 0642 3 










06469 


(203) 873-9084 












Ellington 
The Five Corners 
Community Church 


1968 








Mrs. Monroe Palmer 
R. R. 3 Skinner Road 


133 Skinner Rd, 












06066 













14 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



43 



28 



12 



66 



11 



343 



85 



87 



90 



89 



48 



< < 



250 



35 



30 



35 



60 



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100 



35 



25 



14 



14 



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60 



12 



20 



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O 



$160 



300 



100 



SO 



15 



c > 
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$1905 



300 



72 



20 



$ 260 



38 



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$2931 



105 



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300 



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7,588 



8,478 



13,600 



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$ 5,191 



c28,000 



7,793 



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8,578 



14,100 



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$153, 17( 



150,000 



45,000 



15 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 
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1 

> 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


1 

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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


CONNECTICUT 












(continued) 












Hartford 












Second Church of Christ 

(South Cong'l) 
277 Main St. 06106 
(203) 249-8627 


1670 


John R. Elmore 
940 Mountain Road 
Bloomfield 06002 
(203) 523-1757 
Raymond Clarke 
Natale Ricciardi 


1959 

1959 
1925 

1928 
1969 


1970 

1966 
1936 


Mrs. George J. Mead 
P.O. Box 17275 
06117 


Henry D. Gray 
Fred M. Dole 


Harwinton 












Founders Cong'l Church 
Birge Park Road 06790 
(203)482-0873 


1962 


Daniel D. Arnold 


1970 


1969 


Miss Bonnie Slate 
Litchfield Road 


Lebanon 












Goshen Congregational 
Church Road 06249 


1729 


Kenneth D. Beres 
R.F.D. Yorkshire Dr. 
Hebron 06248 
(203) 646-0437 


1970 
1963 


1971 


Mrs. Maureen Birtton 
490 Tolland St. 
E. Hartford 06108 


Howard Bushnell 


Middletown 












Heritage Congregational 
311 East Main St. 06457 
(203) 346-0733 


1965 


Curtis C. Wing 
279 Forest Hills Road 
Springfield, Mass. 01128 
(413) 783-7400 


1969 


1970 


Ms. Anna K. Bengston 
Bear Hill Road 


Montville 












Mohegan Congregational 
06370 




Charles H. Crosby, Sr. 






Shirley Matweeff 


Montville Center Cong'l 
Meetinghouse Lane 
Oakdale 06370 
(203) 848-0002 


1722 


Kenneth D. Beres 
R.F.D., Yorkshire Dr. 
Hebron 06248 


1970 


1970 


Mrs. Gladys Bradley 
Leffingwell Road 
Uncasville 


North Westchester 












(X) Westchester Cong'l 
Church, Inc. 06474 


1729 


A. Wallace Canney 
(203) 267-4718 


1940 


1920 


Mrs. Betty Ous 
R.F.D. 1 
Colchester 06415 


Norwich 












Greeneville Cong'l 

143 Prospect St. 06360 

(203) 887-6600 


1833 


Elmer M. Murdoch, Sr. 
1 14 Prospect St. 
(203) 889-0581 


1927 


1966 


Mrs. Lillian B. Swanson 
843 Boswell Ave. 


United Cong'l 

87 Broadway 06360 

(203) 889-1363 


1842 


Karl W. Ostberg 
One Crescent St. 
(203) 887-7985 


1945 


1967 


Miss Natalie Holden 
23 Pine Street 



16 



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MEMBERS 



o 

E 

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11 



73 



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198 



73 



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52 



12 



69 



50 



25 



135 



40 



65 



275 



332 



60 



120 



95 



61 



59 



14 



27 



15 



15 



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105 



63 



54 



200 



1500 






$ - 



141 



250 



75 



1000 



1831 



50 



50 



50 



100 



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1600 



16,400 



2,800 



9,867 



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17,477 



3,100 



9,730 



10,003 



50,800 



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90,000 



214,000 



280,000 



17 



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STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


"O 

« 

N 

c 

s. 

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1 


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NAME 

ADDRESS 

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CONNECTICUT 












(continued) 












Stonington 












(X) First Congregational 


1674 










06378 












Stony Creek 












Church of Christ 


1866 








Miss Helen H. Keyes 


192 Thimble Islands Rd. 










40 Thimble Islands Rd. 


0640S 












(203) 488-7828 












Westford Hill 












(X) The Westford Hill 


1768 


Ralph L. Hirtle 


1942 


1966 


Mrs. Nathan G. Armitage 


Congregational Church 




Box 7 






50 Westford Hill Rd. 


5 8 Westford Hill Rd. 




Eastford 06242 






R.D. 3 


RD 3 06076 




(203) 928-5853 








Winsted 












First Church of Winsted 


1778 


Richard Michaelsen 


1962 


1969 


Mrs. Faith Hamilton 


95 North Main St. 




33 Walnut Street 






Wallens Hill 


06098 




(203) 379-4604 








(203) 379-2295 












FOR IDA 












Mount Dora 












Mount Dora Community 


1883 


Lester O. Schriver 


1920 


1961 


Mrs. Charles Skoglund 


Church (Congregational) 




500 Osceola Ave. 






205 W. 8th Ave. 


Donnelly St. and 7th 




Winter Park 32789 








32757 




(305) 644-7471 








(305) 383-2285 












San ford 












Cong'l Christian Church 


1890 


Fred L. Neal 


1965 


1970 


Mrs. Helen W. Remusat 


2401 S. Park Ave. 




108 Lake Dot Drive 






P. O. Box 541 


32771 




(305) 322-1127 






Lake Mary 32746 


(305) 322-4584 


















J. Bernard Root 


1922 










Robert H. Booth 


1930 










Kenneth M. Lindner 


1942 






GEORGIA 












Enigma 












(X) Enigma Cong'l Church 




Walter E. Brown 


1972 


1972 




P. O. Box 38 31749 












Gaillard 












(X) Pleasant Hill Cong'l 


1964 


Bernard E. Peterman 






Howell Carroll 


31078 










R. D. 1, Roberta 31078 


Hampton 












County Line Cong'l 


1884 


Edward A. Hager 


1963 


1970 


Ms. Camille H. Chaffin 


Route 2 30228 




1177 Constitution Rd., 






Route 2, Box 1255 


(404) 957-4608 




S.E. 
Atlanta 









18 



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MEMBERS 



o 

T3 E 

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80 



12 



13 



264 



196 



156 



67 



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150 



138 



67 



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(A 0) 

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60 



75 



60 



13 



30 



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O 



135 



50 



400 



100 



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338 



278 



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233 



631 



130 



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15,510 



14,220 



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200,000 



19 



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STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


N 

'E 

o 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


HAWAII 












Oahu 












(X) Auwaiolimu Cong'l 




John L. A. Kalili 


1956 


1965 


Mrs. Patricia Nihi 


403-A Auwaiolimu St. 




1520 Leilani St. 






41-569 Hihimanu 96795 


P. O. Box 11098 96814 




Honolulu 96819 








(X) Cong' Church of 




John L. A. Kalili 


1956 


1965 


Miss Drena Kane 


Wahiawa 96786 




1520 Leilani Street 
Honolulu 96819 






1701 Moala Place 


(X) Waimanalo Cong'l 




John L.A. Kalili 


1956 


1965 




Waimanalo 96795 




1520 Leilani Street 
Honolulu 96819 








(X) Waikane Cong'l 




John L. A. Kalili 


1956 






Waikane 96744 




1520 Leilani St. 
Honolulu 96819 








Kauai 












Lihue First Church 


1840 


Gilbert K. Williams 


1954 


1953 


Mr. Alfred Kanoho 


P. O. Box 209 96766 




(808) 245-2242 








(808) 245-2274 




Gaylord K. Williams 


1965 


1963 




IDAHO 












Council 












Cong'l Community 


1901 


Lawrence Burger 


1941 


1971 


Mrs. Lester Gould 


83612 




103 California Ave. 






Star Route 


(208) 253-4258 












ILLINOIS 












Albion 












(X) Olive Congregational 


1876 


Harold R. Meriwether 


1962 


1966 


Mrs. Lois Goodson 


R. R. 2 62806 




400 Iris Lane 
Carmi 62821 
(618) 382-8240 






N. 5th Street 


(X) Pleasant Hill Cong'l 


1896 










62806 












Alton 












First Congregational 


1870 


Robert C. Kemper 


1929 


1961 


Mrs. Leo F. Grosh 


600 Henry St. 62002 




540 E. 6th Street 






1002 Phinney Avenue 


(618) 462-1884 




(618) 462-5632 


1906 






E. C. Wolcott 


Bismarck 












Pleasant View 


1851 


Robert Campbell 


1960 


1968 


Mrs. Frances H. Young 


Holloway 61814 




1421 Lincoln 
Danville 61832 
(217) 442-7573 






P. O. Box 114 



20 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



42 



31 



13 



34 



14 



26 



71 



73 



241 



91 



> C 
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60 



50 



104 



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52 



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20 



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360 



90 



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1963 



260 



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29 



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$ - 



18,505 



24,714 



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19,105 



6,605 



27,414 



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300,000 



50,000 



365,000 



21 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 
« 

N 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


ILLINOIS 












(continued) 












Cherry Valley 

(X) Christ's Cong'l 
741 Elgin St. 61016 


1961 










Chicago 

Fourth Cong'l Church 

2625 N. Talman Ave. 

60647 
(312) 486-1184 


1867 


Roger E. Dallwig 
2627 N. Talman Ave. 
(312) 486-4955 
Ronald Lague 


1972 


1967 
1967 


Miss Kathy Meinke 
1617 Spruce St. 
Des Plaines 60018 


Morgan Park Cong'l 
11153 S, Hoyne 60643 
(312) 238-8020 


1886 


Byron Reynolds 
11131 S. Hoyne 


1958 


1971 


Mr. Earl Jorgensen 
12229 S. Artesian 
Blue Island 60406 


Richard Lindvall 


(X) Stewart Ridge 
Community Church 
438 W. 120th St 60628 
(312)468-7710 


1894 








Mrs. Rudolph Koenig 
12024 S. Normal Ave. 


Cobden 












(X) Union Cong'l 
62920 


1868 


Gerald M. Bethards 

Box 97 

Villa Ridge 62993 




1957 




Danville 












First Congregational 
Cor., Second and Forest 
61832 


1872 


Robert F. Penrod 
12 W. Second St. 
(217) 445-7460 


1961 


1971 


Ms. Flossie Frazee 
409 Forest Street 


Dover 












(X) First Congregational 
61323 (815) 643-2644 


1838 


Thomas Petty 
(815)643-2883 


1969 


1969 


Mrs. Louis Woolley 


Galesburg 

Central Congregational 
Central Square 61401 
(309) 342-6426 


1837 


W. Robert Murray 
1234 North Prairie 
(309) 342-4020 


1968 
1957 


1971 


Mr. Homer Zumwalt 
902 Parkview Road 


Wilmot T. Libbert 


Glen Ellyn 

Pilgrim Congregational 
796 Prairie 60137 
(312) 469-5522 


1963 


Arthur Rupprecht 

25 W. 601 Butterfield Rd. 

Wheaton 60187 

(312) 665-0088 




1971 


Mrs. L. P. Mattingly 
588 Lee Street 


Hinsdale 












(X) Church on the 
County Line 60521 













22 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



Giving thru the N.A 



MEMBERS 



35 



11 



135 



244 



520 



< < 



80 



100 



50 



u c 
(A 0) 

o = 

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70 



20 



65 



160 



12 



150 



500 



135 



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560 



193 



100 



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510 



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290 



1550 



700 



26,622 



20,500 



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$ - 



27,622 



22,350 



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300,000 



50,000 



23 



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STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


TJ 
W 
N 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

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STAFF 


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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


ILLINOIS 
(Continued) 












Knoxville 












(X) Pilgrim Cong'l Church 

of Knox County 
West Douglas St. 61448 
(309) 289-4701 


1964 


E. D. Lyon 
1042 Monroe St. 
Galesburg 61401 
(309) '342-1 349 


1929 


1970 


Mrs. Lynn W. McKinty 
R. R. 1 
Elmwood 61529 


LaMoille 












First Congregational 

61330 
(815) 638-2077 


1840 


Thomas M. Petty, Jr. 
Dover 61323 
(815) 643-2883 


1969 


1969 


Mrs. Lucy J. Walker 
R. R. 1 


Maywood 

First Congregational 
400 N. Fifth Avenue 

60153 
(312) 344-6150 


1871 


Robert Vornholt 
806 N. Thrid Avenue 
(312) 343-2445 


1954 
1911 


1963 


Mrs. Donald Noren 
713 Iowa Street 


Ralphe A. Harris 


Mclean sboro 












Pleasant Union 
62859 


1895 


Glen Means 
305 Parkhurst Street 
Fairfield 62837 
(618) 847-5461 


1943 


1967 


Mrs. Delsie Lynch 
Rt. 3 


Naperville 

The Naperville Cong'l Ch. 
South Washington at 75th 

Street 60540 
(312) 357-4092 


1965 


Harry H. Graichen 

28 W. 165 Countryview 

Dr. 

(312) 355-9043 


1941 


1966 


Mrs. Olga Field 
934 Rose Lane 


Neponset 

First Congregational 

Main Street 61345 


1855 








Mrs. Howard S. Bennett 


Newton 












(X) Fairview Cong'l 
62448 












Oneida 












Ontario Congregational 
R. F. D. No. 1 61467 
(309) 483-6149 


1848 


Roy Mcintosh 




1971 


Mrs. Hester Nelson 
Box 34 


Plain Held 












Plymouth Cong'l 

409 Lockport St. 60544 

(815) 436-3409 


1963 








Mrs. Frank Parks 
Route 4 


Sims 












(X) Sims Cong'l 
62886 


1886 


Lewis G. Means 


1943 


1965 





24 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



27 



25 



49 



16 



54 



2-; 



10 



95 



315 



65 



359 



116 



85 



111 



> C 
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35 



120 



60 



200 



40 



50 



50 



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(/) « 
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£ c 



30 



51 



90 



155 



35 



69 



13 



50 



22 



33 



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O 



175C 



720 



274 



.2 S 



45 



1303 



45 



719 



10 



150 



26 



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151 



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189 



290 



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33,600 



3,335 



44,713 



4,500 



6,655 



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5,000 



38,000 



3,375 



46,304 



7,135 



18,785 



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60,000 



300,000 



12,000 



384,453 



25,000 



25 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 







MINISTER'S 








STATE 














"2 


NAME 


c 






CITY/TOWN 


N 


ADDRESS 


^ 


CHURCH 


ADDRESS 


c 


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ILLINOIS 












(continued) 












Thawville 












Congregational Church 


I860 


William N. Hodge 




1970 


Mrs. Marilyn Harvey 


Box 125 60968 












(217) 387-2424 












Toulon 












First Congregational 


1846 


Frank Rottier 


1968 


1970 


Miss Esther Claybaugh 


218 N. Henderson St. 




403 N. Henderson St. 






104 W. Jefferson St. 


61483 












(309) 286-4901 












Wataga 












First Congregational 


1855 


G. A. EUcey 


1962 


1966 


Ms. Barbara Kindred 


Sparta Street 61488 




418 Coal 






R. R. 1, Box 122 


(309) 375-6506 




(309) 375-6689 






Altona 61414 


Wilmette 












Heritage Congregational 


1968 


Harold K. Polk, Jr. 


1971 


1970 


Mrs. D. B. Williams 


1010 Central Avenue 




1815 Long Valley Road 






318 Linden Avenue 


60091 




Glenview 60025 








(312) 251-1620 




(312) 729-3046 








INDIANA 












Brazil 












(X) Bee Ridge Cong'l 


1832 


Lorene E. Page 






Mrs. Maude Weaver 


Route 1 47834 












Franklin 












Community Cong'l 


1917 


David R. Carmen 


1957 


1971 


Mr. Hermann R. Henry 


R. R. 2 46131 










R. R. 2, Box 57 


(317) 736-4281 












Gary 












Chapel of the Dunes 


1901 


Charles David Torvell 


1954 


1971 


Ms. Hazel Erlandson 


301 S. Lake St., 




394 S. Howard St. 






5229 E. 6th Place 


P. O. Box 2517 




(219) 938-6863 








46403 












(219) 938-5112 












Losantville 












(X) Mt. Zion Cong'l 


1874 










Route 1 47354 












Michigan City 












First Congregational 


1835 


George A. Bowie 


1938 




Mrs. Joseph Kunnen 


6th and Washington St. 




203 S. Sunset Tr., 






420 Jackson St. 


46360 




Michiana Shores 
(219) 872-1781 









26 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



100 



SO 



70 



73 



23 



IC 



38 



160 



246 



166 



91 



> u 
< < 



52 



58 



90 



c60 



O 
O 

£ *^ 
u c 

CO 0) 

jzB 

u = 

= s 

£ C 

Urn 



25 



20 



Giving thru the N.A. 



12 



19 



15 



$ 165 



12 



100 



434 



314 



362 



133 



125 



145 



38 



19 



14 



543 



260 



97 



37 



C > 
.2 S 
^ Z 

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$ 133 



112 



118 



207 



153 



150 



< 


c 






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o 




> 


« 


0) 


£ 


c 




0) 


o 


00 



$ 92 



25 



207 



50 



o I 
= « 



$ 380 



70 



1 



2258 



25 



25 



$ 9,174 



11,415 



11,265 



15,446 



28,762 



6,000 



_ s 



$ 9,954 



12,235 



11,415 



21,799 



18,467 



29,354 



6,000 



o 2 

<*. a 

3 C 

« S 

> o 



$150,000 



180,000 



65,000 



2,329 



150,000 



358,000 



150,000 



27 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 

iS 

E 

a 

o 

1 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


c 

1 
O 

1 


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s 


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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


INDIANA 












(continued) 












Reelsville 












Croys Creek Cong'l 


1830 


John J. Jones 


1969 


1964 


Mrs. Ralph Raab 


R. R. 1 46171 




803 W. Church Street 
Brazil 47834 
(812)442-8572 


1970 




R. R. 5 
Brazil 47834 


Seibert McCuUough 


South Bend 












Community Cong'l 


1921 


Lyndon Paul Harris 


1944 


1959 


Mrs. John Blake 


19671 Cleveland Rd. 




19525 Cleveland Rd. 






52605 Walsingham Ln. 


46637 




(219) 272-2667 








(219) 272-2991 












Terre Haute 












First Congregational 


1834 


John J. Drag 






Mrs. Robert T. Willets 


630 Ohio Street 47807 




31 Barton Ave. 






R. R. 32, Box 95 


(812) 232-8880 




47803 
(812) 234-9398 


1926 




47803 


George E. Mitchell 


West Terre Haute 












South Vigo Cong'l 


1854 


Eugene E. Kunce 


1927 


1970 


Mrs. Roy H. Liffick 


R. R. 1, Box 418 




608 S. 5th Street 






R. R. 1, Box 447 


47885 




Marshall 62441 
(217) 826-8324 








Whiting 












(X) Plymouth Cong'l 


1890 


Clarence W. Hanscom 


1936 


1964 


Mrs. Elwyn Davies 


1845 Stanton Ave. 




1421 Amy Court 






1603 Calumet Ave. 


46394 




(219) 659-3551 








(219) 659-1684 












IOWA 












Burlington 












First Congregational 


1838 








Miss Winifred Willey 


313 N. Fourth 52601 
(319) 752-4444 










1 7 '^ "^ T rkiii<i;i 




Olin A. Lewis 


1932 




± / O %J LjKjKilAa 


Cedar Rapids 












Bethany Cong'l 


1893 


Mary A. White 


1957 


1957 


Mrs. Bernhardt Kraus 


1300-6th St., N.W. 




1236-8th St., N.W. 






1337 Ellis Blvd., N.W. 


52405 




(319) 363-5257 








(319) 362-3931 












Clear Lake 












First Congregational 


1870 


Kenneth H. Ubbelohde 


1945 


1971 


Mrs. Harold Ver Steegh 


915 Second Place, N. 




207 N. 4th St. 






2404 N. Shore Drive 


50428 




(515) 357-3026 








(515) 357-2818 













28 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



62 



129 



25 



15 



45 



20 





< oc 



H 



19 



14 



> C 
< < 



103 



43 



751 



360 



425 



110 



73 



30 



463 



140 



447 



125 



72 



134 



u =: 

52 

£ c 
CJUi 



55 



215 



50 



90 



as 

3 2 
O C 
> Ul 



15 



71 



25 



30 



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O 



$ 20 



476 



750 



800 



900 



.2 S 
VI S 



$ 100 



539 



885 



781 



2749 



$ 25 



149 



154 



200 



418 



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$ 



194 



205 



u 

% £ 

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$ 30 



2296 



800 



36 



900 



600 



46,577 



1,666 



37,636 



27,900 



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to 



a> 



T3 

< £ 
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49,367 



40,095 



31,000 



If 

o 2 

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500,000 



400,000 



20,000 



715,000 



500,000 



29 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 

s 

E 
3. 
o 

(0 

> 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


c 

'i 

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1 


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9 

s 

> 


CHURCH 

CLERK 

ADDRESS 


IOWA 












(continued) 












Forest City 












First Congregational 


1871 


Kermit W. Dancy 




1972 


Mrs. Roy Rygmyr 


215 West "L" St. 50436 




(515) 582-4775 






546 North 4th St. 


(515) 582-4852 












Marshalltown 












First Cong'l Church 


1868 


J. B. Shelton 


1960 


1972 


Mrs. Wayne Britten 


312 West Main St. 




1003 W. Main Street 






508 N. 17th St. PI. 


50158 




(515) 753-6234 








(515) 752-4239 














Louis C. Stoker 


1960 










Max Strang 


1921 










Walter Schilling 


1915 






(X) LaMoille Cong'l 


1887 


Milton E. White 






Mrs. Theodore L. Hickman 


R. F. D. 3 50158 




405 E. 2nd St. 








(515) 752-0888 




Ankeny 50021 








Mount Pleasant 












First Congregational- 


1841 


Charles U. Tweed 




1969 


Miss Charlotte Davis 


Universalist Church 




705 S. Jackson 








300 E. Washington 




(319) 385-4671 








52641 












(319) 385-3447 












Parkersburg 












First Congregational 


1869 


Nevin A. Haines 


1954 


1959 


Mr. Robert Geist 


401 Third Street 




401 Bethel Street 






413 Second St. 


P. O. Box 149 50665 




(319) 346-1373 








(319) 346-1373 












Peterson 












First Congregational 


1882 


Allen W. Dumke 


1950 


1970 


Mrs. Robert Wetherell 


N. Elm Street 51047 




202'/2 Elm St. 








(712) 295-6651 




(712) 295-6501 








Rockwell 












Congregational Church 


1873 


R. Lewis Jones 


1930 


1972 


Mrs. Ernest Bills 


103 Washington St. 




Mason City 50401 






683 8th St. 


50469 










Mason City 50401 


Spencer 












First Congregational 


1872 


Gerald G. Hallauer 


1946 


1959 


Miss Charlotte Glover 


1212 First Ave., W. 




1525 Second Ave., E. 






402 West 4th St. 


51301 




(712) 262-2390 








(712) 262-4392 


















C. Earl Page 


1938 






KANSAS 












Almena 












Almena Congregational 


1886 


Stephen Matheny 


1939 


1972 


Mrs. Grace M. Russell 


67622 




P. O. Box 427 
(913) 669-2254 






Box 276 



30 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



90 



> C 
< < 



45 



841 176 



15 



10 



81 



38 



18 



22 



145 



39 



248 



162 



c90 



644 



200 



130 



c42 



200 



33 



129 



40 



O 

o 

u c 
(/) « 

u = 

^ p 



13 



237 



O E 

£ = 

= 2 

o c 

> Ui 



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O 



$ 



c >. 

•S « 



$ 46 $ 



< c 

Z o 



o 
O V 

= 0) 

< OQ 



78 



1950 



325 



200 



100 



500 48,916 



_ s 

i ^ 

C OQ 

< £ 

_ w 

5 ^ 

O £ 

I- O 



$ 9,000 



51,401 



3 S 

o 2 

3 C 

•5 5 

> O 



$ 40,000 



467,963 



20 



40 



8,500 



8,675 



166 



50 



156 



30 



32 



10 



20 



462 



900 



200 



1710 



828 



235 



4287 



10 



50 



3193 



38 



300 



400 



480 



14,704 



11,315 



3,733 



36,680 



18,568 



13,043 



3,733 



41,710 



50,000 



c65,000 



475,000 



53 



248 



6,118 



6,367 



30,000 



31 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 
o 

N 

"E 
S> 
o 

S 

> 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


■8 

c 

1 

O 

3 

>- 


s 

> 


CHURCH 

CLERK 

ADDRESS 


KANSAS 












(continued) 












Hutchinson 












(X) The First Cong'l 


1888 








Mrs. David Baker 


3410 N. Plum 67501 
(316) 662-5693 










50 Random Road 




Charles Good 


1909 




Maize 












(X) Cong'l Christian 
Central &. Park St. 


1876 








Mrs. Margaret Baker 

35 39 N. 5 5th Street West 


67101 










Wichita 67205 


(316) 722-0193 












Mt. Hope 












Mt. Hope Federated 


1930 


John J. Havens 


1951 


1971 


Mrs. Chet Christensen 


61708 












(316) 667-2112 












Sabetha 












First Congregational 


1858 


Joseph A. Cooke 


1955 


1968 


Mrs. Carroll Lee 


Corner, Ninth at Ohio 




315 S. Ninth St. 






317 N. 6th 


66534 




(913) 284-3077 








(913) 284-3060 












Wichita 












Plymouth Cong'l 


1885 


Eric H. Arendt 


1938 


1972 


Mrs. Jessie E. Hanscom 


202 North Clifton 67208 




630 N. Hampton 






201 N. Spruce 


(316) 684-0221 




(316) 648-2154 
Robert R. Meyers 
338 Fairway 67212 
(316) 722-4543 
Mrs. Pat Parker 


1954 


1972 




MAINE 












Bingham 












(X) First Congregational 


1805 


Kenneth H. Squires 




1968 


Marcia H. Crombie 


Meadow St. 04920 
(207) 672-3380 










Murray St. 




Arthur R. Macdougall 


1924 




Bucksport 












(X) Elm Street Cong'l 


1803 


Charles T. Brown 


1941 


1957 


Mrs. H. M. Wasson 


04416 










Lower Main Street 


Calais 












First Congregational 


1825 


Orville H. White 


1937 


1968 


Mr. Lewis D. Flagg, Sr. 


Calais Ave. 04619 




126 Edward Street 
St. Andres N. B. 
(207) 529-3203 






41 Calais Ave. 


Caratunk 












Cong'l Church of Christ 


1887 


Walter E. York 




1960 


Mrs. Walter E. York 


04925 




(207) 672-3906 









32 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



120 



14 



293 



492 



2000 



221 



22 



c 



> I' 
< < 



140 



231 



450 



65 



u c 
c/) v 

u = 

i; P 



120 



225 



150 



* c 

V (11 



12 



25 



125 



Giving thru the N.A. 



103 



829 



200 



40 






326 



130 



30 



< c 

• « 



£ C 
O OQ 



44 



10 



!6 

u 

. c 

O v 

= 0) 

< m 



122 



3331 



435 



243 



a 

X 
UJ 

» 

E 

o 
X 



12,870 



23,689 



15,039 



1,206 



_ s 

i ? 

C OQ 

< £ 

re h 



27,996 



13,144 



1,546 



o 2 

« s 

3 c 

re 5 

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175,000 



115,000 



7,000 



33 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


N 

E 
3) 
o 

(0 
0) 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


"8 

c 

1 

O 

3 


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s 


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CLERK 

ADDRESS 




> 




> 


> 




MAINE 












(continued) 












Denmark 












Denmark Cong'l 


1829 


Alan T. Jones, interim 


1931 


1971 


Mrs. Peter C. Schmidt 


04022 




R. D. 2 

North Windham 04062 

(207) 892-8820 








Dennysville 












Cong'l Church of 


1805 


Douglas H. Densmore 


1942 


1966 


Mrs. Louis Gardner 


Dennysville & Edmunds 




Machiasport 0465 5 








04628 




(207) 255-3850 








East Machias 












First Congregational 


1782 


Lloyd M. Hall, Jr. 


1968 


1965 


Mrs. Robert J. Dingle 


High Street 04630 




P. O. Box 102 
(207) 255-3007 






Rim Road 


Houlton 












(X) First Cong'l 


1811 


Robert O. Blake 


1961 






3 Green Street 04730 












Kittery Point 












First Christian Cong'l 


1806 


Aubrey Kelloway 


1948 


1971 


Mrs. S. H. Wells Moulton 


Haley Road 03905 
(207)439-3091 






1918 




833 Haley Rd. 


Harold E. LeMay 


Lubec 












Lubec Cong'l Christian 


1811 


John W. Vander Groef 


1957 


1970 


Mrs. William Murray 


Church Street 04652 




46 Main Street 






7 High Street 


(207) 733-4722 




(207) 733-2215 








Machiasport 












Machiasport Cong'l 


1831 


Douglas H. Densmore 


1942 


1971 


Mrs. Evelyn Carroll 


04655 












(207) 255-3850 












Marshfield 












Marshfield Cong'l 


1871 


W. R. Riddiough 


1926 


1931 


Mrs. Avis M. Bowker 


R. F. D. Machias 04654 




37 Centre Street 
Machias 04656 
(207) 255-3849 






R. F. D., Box 208 


Millinocket 












First Congregational 


1902 


Richard K. Bellingham 


1956 


1968 


Mrs. Paul I. Firlotte 


278 Katahdin Ave. 










104 Forest Avenue 


04462 












(207) 723-5566 












Newport 












(X) High Street Cong'l 


1837 










04953 












Portage 












Portage Cong'l Church 


1904 


Ronald Thomas, Jr. 
Florence Ave. Ashland 




1970 


Mrs. Donat Pelletier 


04768 




04732 (207)435-6657 












Robert Haldane, Sr. 


1933 
1934 


1932 




Herbert Balcom 




1 Earl Clifford 


1930 







34 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 


a> re 
re c 

IS 
< < 




o 

W 0) 

£ c 
Uiu 


c 
.2 

1 
Is 

£ = 
^ 2 
J* = 

> UJ 


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S 

1 ffi 


§ 

a 

X 
UJ 

« 
E 

i 


< £ 


o 2 
<•- a 

« fi 

3 C 

re S 

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1 

Z 
re 

c 


< 


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E 
» 


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O 


1 

3 
U. 

re 

« 

c 
o 
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U 


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6 m 


30 


- 


1 


61 


25 


40 


- 


$ 40 


$ 200 


$ 10 


$ 


$ 350 


$ 15,618 


$ 16,173 


$ 30,000 


33 





2 


58 


34 


48 


12 














- 


5,654 


5,654 


10,000 


27 


7 


; 


109 


- 


55 


c60 


10 











- 


- 


10,447 


- 


25 


10 


- 


110 


75 


85 


12 


20 


92 








450 


9,000 


9,525 


- 


- 


- 


- 


271 


79 


50 





- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


79 


50 


50 


- 


20 











- 




5,500 


- 


- 


1 


- 


12 


22 








24 











- 


234 


266 


- 


82 


15 


8 


320 


93 


164 


40 


200 


284 


10 


89 


c637 


17,913 


18,715 


100,000 


18 





1 


- 


clO 


- 


- 


40 


10 








- 


800 


- 


6,000 



35 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


« 

N 

'E 
3. 
o 

S 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


c 

o 

S 


s 


CHURCH 

CLERK 

ADDRESS 




> 




> 


> 




MAINE 












(continued) 












Portland 












North Deering Cong'l 


1898 


Lee Tyson 


1968 


1970 


Mrs. Phyllis M. Brown 


1364 Washington Ave. 




16 Fobes St. 






1520 Washington Ave. 


04103 




(207) 797-2002 








(207) 797-9854 




Robert Haldane, Sr. 


1933 






St. Lawrence Cong'l 


1858 


Carlton O. Manahan 


1943 


1968 


Mrs. James Randall 


76 Congress St., 04101 




23 Belknap St. 04103 






11 Shepley Street 


(207) 774-7153 












Searsport 












(X) First Congregational 


1815 










04974 












(X) Second Cong'l 


1815 


Richard Wyanski 


1970 


1966 


Evelyn G. Hutchins 


04974 




(207) 548-2410 








South Paris 












First Congregational 


1812 


Gilbert R. Jones, Jr. 


1971 


1971 


Mr. Charles Hammond 


East Main St. 04281 




74 Pine St. 






13 Myrtle Street 


(207) 743-2437 




(207) 743-5593 


1938 






Kenneth V. Gray 






Milton V. McAlister 


1909 






Turner 












(X) Federated Church 












04282 












Warren 












Second Congregational 


1828 


Wesley G. Woodman 




1961 


Mr Halvei Hart, Jr. 


04864 




Congregational Parsonage 






R. F. D. 1 


(207) 273-2142 










Waldoboro 04572 


Whiting 












Community Cong'l 


1833 


Douglas H. Densmore 


1942 


1964 


Mrs. Maurice Densmore 


04691 




Machiasport 0465 5 








Whitneyville 












(X) Whitneyville Cong'l 


1836 


William R. Riddiough 


1926 


1965 




04692 




37 Centre St. 
Machias 04654 
(207) 255-3949 








MARYLAND 












Friendsville 












Memorial Cong'l 


1964 


H. B. Rittenhouse 


1964 


1964 


Mrs. Janet M. DriscoU 


Walnut St. at First Ave. 




7 West Walnut St. 






P. O. Box 7 


21531 




(301) 746-5111 








(301) 746-5111 













36 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



9; 



29 



28 



IS 



12 



425 



c20C 



352 



185 



< < 



123 



c90 



115 



105 



74 35 



u = 

£ C 

Uui 



96 



cl25 



204 



120 



25 



28 



25 



40 



20 



Giving thru the N.A. 



$ 350 



500 



100 



.2 S 



$ 



650 



200 



22 



$ 



100 



100 



< c 

■ 0) 



$ 98 



u 

. c 

^ 4) 

o I 

= 0) 
< CQ 



2000 



475 



250 



22,900 



9,000 



3,002 



CO w 

i 1 

C CQ 



$ 20,200 



17,000 



24,625 



3,000 



£ 


a 


o 


u 




Q. 


o 


^ 


3 


C 


<0 


3 


> 


O 



$107,000 



150,000 



125,000 



20,000 



37 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 







MIMISTER'S 








STATE 


•n 










CITYH-OWN 


1 

c 


NAME 
ADDRESS 


1 


^ 


CHURCH 


ADDRESS 


§» 


TELEPHONE 


1 


o 


CLERK 


ZIP 


O 


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O 


d 


ADDRESS 


TELEPHONE 


m 




k 


k 






s 


STAFF 


S 


3 






> 




> 


> 




MARYLAND 












(continued) 












Frostburg 












(X) First Cong'l Ch. 




William E. Price 


1964 


I960 


Mrs. William R. Vogtman 


Bowery St. & College Ave. 




110 East College Ave. 






31 Grant Street 


21532 




(301) 689-8064 








MASSACHUSETTS 












Adams 












First Cong'l Church 


1840 


Joseph M. Cimbora, Jr. 


1964 


1967 


Mrs. Frances J. Price 


40 Park Street 01220 




(413) 743-2464 






28 Willow St. 


(413) 743-1677 












Boston 












Park Street Church 


1809 


Paul E. Toms 


1947 


1969 


Mr. Wilfred Skelly 


Park & Tremont St. 




34 Cartwright Rd. 






21 Riverdale Rd. 


02108 




Wellesley 02181 






Wellesley Hills 02181 


(617) 523-3383 




(617) 237-3927 












Arnold Olsen 


1953 


1970 








James Choomack 


1971 


1972 








Wayne Anderson 


1966 
1940 


1969 




Sidney K. Bliss 


Dorchester 












(X) Central Cong'l 


1888 


John R. Nelson 


19-22 






14 Centre St. Milton 












02186 












East Freetown 












Cong'l Christian 


1831 


Henry H. Reed 


1957 


1942 


Miss Muriel Barnes 


Mason Rd. 02717 




Chace Road 






Middleboro Road 


(617) 763-2638 




(617)763-2534 








East Taunton 












(X) East Taunton Cong'l 


1853 








Mrs. Sally Enos 


945 Middleboro Ave. 02 










878 Middleboro 


02718 












Fall River 












(X) Bogle Street Cong'l 


1874 








Mrs, Dorothy Gagne 


62 Bogle Street 02723 










157 Earle St. 


First Cong'l Church 


1816 








Mr. John Wright 


282 Rock St. 02720 




Ferdinand J. Loungway 


1929 


1969 


4695 North Main St. 


(617) 672-5862 












Florence 












Florence Cong'l Ch. 


1861 


Calvin C. Fox, interim 


1961 


1972 


Mrs. Francis L.Parsisson 


130 Pine St. 




156 Alpine Drive 






408 Bridge Road 


Northampton 01060 




Amherst 01002 








(413) 584-1325 




(413) 256-8695 









38 



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STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

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Hanson 












First Cong'l Church 
High Street 02341 
(617) 293-7774 


1748 


Robert H. Heigham 


1943 


1951 


Mrs. Dorothy E. Davis 
727 E. Washington 


Holbrook 












Winthrop Congregational 
16 N. Franklin St. 02343 
(617) 961-9802 


1856 


Gary W. Smothers 
28 Linfield St. 
(617)963-8611 


1959 


1970 


Mrs. Clifford H. Lake 
107 Union St. 


Lynn 

(X) First Church of Christ 

(Congregational) 
Lynfield &. Lansing Rds. 

01904 


1632 


Robert F. Dobson 
11 Conant Road 
(617) 599-3142 


1961 


1964 


Horace G. Mallett 
15 Hiram Road 


Medway 

(X) The Community Ch. 
Main Street 0205 3 
(617) 947-1256 


1750 


Carl Schultz 
153 Main Street 
(617) 533-8801 
Denis Morrow 


1956 


1967 
1970 


Henry Miller 
7 Shaw Street 


Middleboro 












Central Congregational 
2 Webster St. 02346 
(617) 947-1256 


1847 


Charles F. Sousa 

101 South Main Street 

(617) 947-0107 


1965 
1925 


1970 


Mr. Stanley D. Benson 
7 Stetson St. 
Lakeville 


George W. Shepherd 


First Congregational 
Plympton St. 02346 
(617) 947-1881 


1694 


Manfred W. Kohl 
5 Plympton Street 
(617) 947-4623 


1968 
1945 


1969 


Mrs. Evelyn M. Archibald 


Robert K. Noon 


Rock Village Church 
Federated (Baptist & 
Congregational) 

Miller St., R. F. D. 4 
02346 


1761 


Robert L. Dillon 
(617) 947-6108 


1950 
1929 


1969 


Miss Edith G. Veazie 
41 Smith Street, R. F.D. 


John A. Stevens 


Nantucket 












First Congregational Ch. 
62 Centre St, 025 54 
(617)228-0950 


1711 


James O. Edds 
64 Centre Street 
(617) 228-0450 


1966 
1926 


1968 


Mrs. Margaret P. Kelley 
Quidnet 


Fred D. Bennett 


New Bedford 












(X) First Cong'l Church at 

Lunds Corner 
Acushnet Ave. 02745 
(617) 995-3714 


1953 


Stanley T. Flumer 
20 Tisbury Street 
(617> 995-3785 




1971 


Mrs. Louis R. Silson 
122 Arlington Street 



40 



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MEMBERS 



335 



448 



20 



43 



18 



14 



40 



17 



12 



421 



665 



613 



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(continued) 












Rochester 












(X) First Congregational 
Rochester Center 02770 




Edward F. White 
New Bedford Rd. 
(617) 763-8839 


1940 


1966 


Mrs. William Warburton 
Mattapoisette Road 


Springfield 

Wachogue Cong'l 
80 Arvilla St. 
(413) 736-0229 


1927 








Mrs. Sue Makara 

319 Regency Park Dr. 

Agawam 01001 


Taunton 












Pilgrim Cong'l 

45 Broadway 02780 

(617) 822-1472 


1821 


David A. Lord ' 
5 2 Church Green 
Charles G. Mitchell . 




1972 


Mrs. Donald A.Littlefield 
51 Stony Brook Road 
Raynham 02767 


Williamstown 












White Oaks Cong'l 
White Oaks Road 01267 


1866 


Kenneth D. Fuller 






Mrs. John Skorupski 
North Hoosac Road 


(413) 458-3467 












Windsor 












The Congregational Ch. 
Route 9 01270 


1773 








Mrs. Esther B. Peck 
Hinsdale Road 


Yarmouth Port 












First Cong'l Church of 

Yarmouth 
329 Main St. 02675 
(617) 362-6977 


1639 


Carlton D. Cassidy, Sr. 
15 Centre Street 
(617) 362-6800 


1962 


1965 


Mr. William S. Howard 
8 Kit Carson Way 


MICHIGAN 












Adrian 












(X) Madison Cong'l 
2089 Richard St. 49221 


1954 


G. Arthur Valentine 
2708 Sharon Drive 
(313) 265-8919 


1926 


1970 


Mrs. James N. Frey 
6191 W. Beecher Rd. 


Ann Arbor 












First Cong'l Church 

608 E.William St. 48108 

(313) 662-1679 


1847 


Terry N. Smith 
649 Worthington PI. 

48103(313)761-2662 
Ronald C. Phillips 


1958 
1966 


1965 
1967 


Mr. Charles A. Stickets 


J. Edgar Edwards 


Birmingham 

(X) Pilgrim Cong'l 
P.O. Box 122 48012 
(313) 642-2290 


1961 


Ronald W. Smith 

360 Larchlea Dr. 48009 

(313)642-0689 


1953 


1970 


Mrs. Neil Hull 
105 5 S. Glenhurst 
48009 


Britton 












Cong'l Christian Church 
49229 


1849 


Gustav O. Hannevik 


1936 


1958 


Mrs. Raymond Auten 



42 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



27 



179 



22 



155 



64 



13 



44 



48 



12 



22 



31 



389 



657 



75 



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Buckley 












(X) The Wayside Chapel 


1900 


Ohmer J. Curtiss 


1964 


1952 


Mrs. Barbara Henigan 


49620 




3919 Shore Road 
Acme 49610 
(616) 946-4633 








Central Lake 












First Congregational 


1905 


H. Don Schleicher 


1946 


1951 


Mrs. B. Diton 


8066 State 49622 




8063 State 








(616) 544-2070 












Coldwater 












Kinderhook Cong'l 


1922 


Thomas Merritt 


1965 


1963 


Mrs. Wendell Scheidler 


Rt. 1, Box 287 




2215 Morton Ave. 








49036 




Elkart, Indiana 46517 
(219) 523-4984 








Detroit 












First Congregational Ch. 


1844 


Erwin A. Britton 


1939 


1964 


Mr. Alfonso Frierson 


33 East Forest at 




15323 Grandville 48223 






5071 W. Outer Drive 


Woodward 48201 




(313) 533-7444 






48235 


(313) 831-4080 


















Philip Palmer 


1941 










Arvel M. Steece 


1947 










Julia Barber 


1949 










Edgar Flood 


1957 






Durand 












First Congregational Ch. 


1896 


James Martin 


1966 


1968 


Mrs. Lettie Stinger 


403 N. Saginaw St. 48429 




407 N. Saginaw St. 






808 N. Saginaw 


(517) 288-6684 




(517)288-4139 








Eaton Rapids 












First Congregational 


1843 


David L. D'Arcy 


1971 


1971 


Mrs. Mary L. Hovey 


300 S. Main 48827 




811 Raeburn 






1308 Hall 


(517) 663-3134 




(517)663-8420 


1965 






Paul Mergener 


Frankfort 












First Congregational 


1868 


P. W. Bennehof 


1949 


1972 


Mrs. Millicent MurUn 


Forest Ave. at Fifth 




2142 Englewood Dr., S.E. 






1149 Elm 


49635 




E. Grand Rapids 49506 








(616) 352-7909 




(616) 949-0248 








Fruitport 












First Congregational 


1963 


L. O. Potrafka 


1966 


1969 


Ms. Rae Marie Perreault 


3212 Pontaluna Rd. 




4411 E. Pontaluna Rd. 






3635 Carr Rd. 


49415 




(616) 865-3924 








(616) 865-3822 












Grand Junction 












First Congregational 




C. G. Ailing 








49056 




91 12 Ravine Rd 
Kalamazoo 49001 
(616) 344-9637 









44 



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140 



24 



45 



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Grand Rapids 

Mayflower Cong'l 

2345 Robinson Rd., S.E. 

49506 
(616) 459-6255 


1958 


Maurice A. Fetty 


1936 


1972 


Mrs. J. Boyd Pantlind 
333 Briarwood S.E. 


Bruce H. Masselink 


Greenville 












First Cong'l Church 

Cass and Clay Streets 

48838 

(616) 754-3445 


1852 


Henry C. Schadeberg 
912 Macomber 
(616) 754-8586 


1941 


1971 


Robert E. Rice, M.D. 
220 Orange 


Highland 

Highland Congregational 
105 E. Ruggles 48031 
(313) 685-3284 


1884 


Richard M. Smiley 
250 N. Milford 
(313) 685-3284 


1970 


1971 


Mrs. Marion Leonard 
165 5 N. Milford Rd. 


Highland Park 

Highland Park Cong'l 
89 W. Grand 48203 
(313) 868-2905 


1908 


Victor J. Maxam 
16115 Forrer 48235 
(313) 835-1698 


1934 
1968 


1967 


Mrs. Fred Dykstra 
471 W. Hildale 
Detroit 48203 


George Marshall 


Jackson 












Arbor Grove Cong'l 

2621 McCain Rd. 

49203 

(517) 784-4824 


1949 


Robert Haldane, Jr. 
2524 Spring Arbor Rd. 
(517) 784-0785 


1953 
1933 


1957 


Mrs. William Blake 
4850 McCain Rd. 
49201 


Robert Haldane, Sr. 


Lake Odessa 












First Congregational 
767 Fourth Ave. 48849 
(616) 374-8753 


1892 


Gary V. Lyons 
761 Fourth Ave. 


1961 


1969 


Ms. Adeline Eckman 

R. R. 3 Tupper Lake Rd. 


Lansing 

Plymouth Cong'l 

217 Townsend St. 48933 

(517) 484-9495 


1864 


Robert J. L. Williams 


1966 


1972 


Mrs. Harrold Spicknall 
6355 Reynolds Rd. 
Haslett 48840 


Lathrup Village 

(X) Community Cong'l 
27800 Southfield Rd. 

48076 
(313) 557-0044 


1947 


Jackson E. Turner 
17435 Redwood Blvd. 
(313) 557-3294 
Mrs. Chester Furstenberg 
William H. Hohmeyer 


1946 


1970 


Mr. Edward S. Marvin 
27580 E.California 


Livonia 












Mt. Hope Cong'l 

30330 Schoolcraft 48150 

(313)425-7280 


1885 








Mrs. Margaret Mclntyre 
30260 Acacia 48154 



46 



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MEMBERS 



43 



16 



57 



19 



19 



37 



40 



15 



22 



929 



450 



31 



370 



341 



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135 



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47 



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CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

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TELEPHONE 


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Mackinac Island 

Union Congregational 

49757 


1897 


John W. Claxton 


1927 


1948 


Mrs. Alan Sawyer 


Memphis 

First Cong'l Christian 
Main St., P. O. Box 87 

48041 
(313) 749-3573 


1840 


Keith F. Arnold 
56789 Bates Road 
New Haven 48048 
(313) 740-3573 


1972 


1966 


Mr. Alvin Titus, Sr. 
80520 Main 


Merrill 

Merrill Congregational 
245 S. Midland 48637 
(517) 643-5510 


1886 


Albert L. Goddard 
215 S. Midland 


1967 


1971 


Mrs. Lucille Mayer 
20010 Gratiot Rd. 


Orchard Lake 

Pine Hill Congregational 
4160 Middlebelt 48033 
(313) 626-2737 


1960 


James R. Lyons 

7234 Cottonwood Knoll 

Birmingham 48010 




1971 


Miss Sally Lafer 

1915 Long Lake Shores 


Perry 

Perry Cong'l Christian 
130 E. Second St. 

48872 


1885 


Howard A. Spray 
209 E. Second St. 
(517) 625-3883 


1968 


1970 


Mrs. Charles Aldrich 
216 E. Second St. 


Pittsford 

(X) Pittsford Cong'l 
205 Main St. 49271 
(517) 523-2385 


1893 


William Brown 
503 W. Capital 
Bellevue 49021 
(517) 763-9502 


1948 




Ms. Charlotte Marshall 


Pontiac 

First Congregational 
65 E. Huron St. 48058 
(313) 332-4260 


1831 


Charles H. Hall 

57 Cherokee 48053 


1960 


1972 


Mr. Allan Denham 
93 Oriole 48053 


Port Huron 

Sturges Memorial Cong'l 
2729 Ravenswood Rd. 

48060 
(313) 364-7192 


1865 


Byung Won Kim 
1523 Griswold St. 
(313) 982-0745 


1965 


1971 


Mr. Tom Waddell 
162 5 Georgia Ave. 
Marysville 48040 


Pullman 

Pullman Congregational 
49450 


1886 


Fred D. Wildfong 
1123 Lake St. 
Kalamazoo 49001 
(616) 345-1045 


1955 


1972 


Mrs. Elizabeth Blanchard 
Box 88 


Ransom 

(X) Community Cong'l 
R. R. 1, Osseo 49266 


1848 








Ms. Harriet Kneebush 
Pittsford 49271 



48 



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18,800 



11,921 



66,892 



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3,900 



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3,883 



19,200 



12,425 



68,645 



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40,000 



190,000 



50,000 



1,000 



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49 



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STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


•s 

1 

o 

1 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


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MICHIGAN 












(continued) 












Rockford 












Northland Congregational 
7771 Northland Dr. 

49341 
(616) 866-7651 


1957 


Richard Lindvall 

52 S. Main St. 
(616) 866-0746 

Harlo H. Ferris 


1923 


1972 


Mrs. Hazel Kyburz 
155 Ogden St, 


Rockwood 












First Cong'l Church of 

Rockwood 
22600 Mather 48173 
(313) 379-3711 


1886 


Donald W. Hessler 
21498 Danbury Dr. 
Woodhaven 48183 
(313)675-3224 
Herbert Munce 


1956 

1950 
1967 


1968 
1971 


Ms. Doris Wisniewski 
22909 Huron River Dr. 


Walter Stiles 


Roscommon 












First Congregational 
109 S. Main St. 48653 
(517) 275-5751 


1875 


William MacFarlane 
107 S. Main Street 


1950 


1970 


Mrs. Evelyn Fraser 

102 Haines 

Higgins Lake, 48653 


Royal Oak 

First Congregational 
1314 Northwood Blvd. 

48073 
(313) 585-9550 


1842 


Carl Asher 
2713 Glenwood 
(313) 576-0552 


1953 


1969 


Mrs. Myra Jones 
1302 Smith Ave. 


St. Johns 












First Congregational 
Maple Ave. At State St. 

58879 
(517) 224-2636 


1860 


Averill M. Carson 
102 Maple Ave. 
(517)224-2636 


1954 
1927 


1969 


Mrs. Charles Fowler 
310 North Lansing 


Clyde H. Wilcox 


Saugatuck 

First Congregational 
Corner of Hoffman and 
Griffith Streets 49453 
(616) 857-2929 


1860 


Stephen W. Tucker 
349 St. Joseph Street 
(616) 857-8121 


1971 
1957 


1971 


Mrs. George Van Os 
979 Bridge St. 


Robert J. Hanna 


Somerset 












Cong'l Church & Society 
1035 N. Somerset Rd. 
49281 
(517) 547-7732 


1858 


Howard Emrick 
1250 University Ave. 
Adrian 49221 
(313) 263-3994 


1932 


1971 


Mrs. Maynard A. Hawkins 
1373 N. Adams Rd. 
Addison 49220 


Southfield 












North Congregational 
26275 Northwestern Hwy. 

48076 
(313) 356-1660 or 
(313)444-4276 


1902 


Louis B. Gerhardt 
24341 Lois Lane 48075 
(313) 352-6954 
Richard M. Smiley 


1955 

1970 

1939 
1929 


1969 
1971 


Mrs. Frank Hibbler 
17709 New Hampshire 


Robert Frehse 
Ralph H. Read 



50 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



10 



210 



10 



17 



11 



90 



49 



46 



309 



2 34 



857 



600 



343 



63 



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20 



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70 



250 



103 



95 



30 



317 



12 



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20 



60 



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CD 



$ 100 



300 



500 



1510 



100 



175 



857 



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$ 



302 



300 



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2520 



300 



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200,000 



750,000 



550,000 



320,360 



50,000 



3,750,000 



51 



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STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


•a 

9 
N 

'E 
3. 
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S 


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NAME 

ADDRESS 

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STAFF 


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ADDRESS 




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MICHIGAN 












(continued) 












Stanton 












Traditional Cong'l 


1964 


Lawrence E. Voss 


1947 


1964 


Miss Marion Hunsicker 


414 N. Camburn 48888 




7365 Childsdale 
Rockford 49341 
(616) 866-1787 






218 E. Pine Street 


Suttons Bay 












Suttons Bay Cong'l 


1896 








Mr. Carl R. Nelson 


49682 










Rt. 3 Box 552 






Ralph Claggett 


1926 




Traverse City 49684 


Traverse City 












Oak Park Cong'l 




Myron D. Bouters 








430 Fair St. 49684 












Vermontville 












First Congregational 


1838 


Leonard H. Maunder 


1946 


1963 


Mrs. Lloyd Faust 


South Main St. 49096 




341 S. Main St. 






600 S. Main St. 


(517) 726-0258 












Watervliet 












Plymouth Cong'l 


1885 


Harvey R. Lord 


1967 


1966 


Mrs. Garnett Reed 


Corner, 1st & Elm 49098 




261 S. Main 






416 N. Main 


(616) 463-5581 




(616) 463-5180 








Wayne 












First Congregational 


1848 


Earven A. Andersen 


1941 


1972 


Mrs. C. V. Carpenter 


35106 Main 48184 




3046 Flora Lane 






45 32 Chamberlain 


(313) 721-6231 




(313) 722-6166 












James H. Altman 


1960 
1968 


1962 




Robert D. Coapman 






John Metier 


1954 






MINNESOTA 












Bayport 












People's Cong'l Church 


1916 


Robert E. Graham 


1970 


1970 


Mrs. J. Berberich 


309 N. 3rd St. 55003 




520 North 9th St. 






432 S. 4th St. 


(612) 439-5667 




(617)439-3837 








Duluth 












The Duluth Cong'l 


1965 


W. Thomas Keefe 


1944 


1970 


Mrs. Abe H. Miller 


3833 E. Superior St. 




904 Northland Ave. 






1916 Kent Road 55812 


55804 




(218) 525-1283 








(218) 525-1911 












Minneapolis 












Plymouth Congregational 


1857 


Howard J. Conn 


1936 


1944 


Mr. John C. Bryant 


1900 Nicollet Ave. 5 5403 




Riverview Acres 






17819 Maple Hill Road 


(612) 339-6317 




Houlton, Wisconsin 5 5082 
(715) 549-6706 






Wayzata 55391 






Terence E. Johnson 


1966 


1969 








Timothy L. Barrett 


1970 


1970 








Elaine N.arsh 


1946 


1960 





52 



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MEMBERS 



c 

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35 



105 



50 



95 



20 



10 



10 



3,858 



4,003 



45,000 



21 



43 



97 



18 



12 



16 



15 



28 



131 



282 



882 



70 



62 



197 



35 



95 



297 



14 



10 



275 



310 



800 



175 



1013 



620 



75 



200 



50 



858 



1935 



12,360 



16,992 



13,010 



18,929 



65,077 



103,500 



190,000 



5 5,000 



60 



15 



17 



49 



4] 



185 



285 



2368 



85 



146 



50 



400 



25 



25 



1125 



600 



8310 



375 



550 



4041 



150 



1050 



200 



60 



531 



1100 



580 



22,797 



39,000 



25,597 



41,200 



225,000 



450,000 



38,511 246,731 



298,6562,401,341 



53 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■0 

s 

E 

o 

1 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


1 

o 

3 


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§ 

s 


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CLERK 

ADDRESS 




> 




> 


> 




MINNESOTA 












(continued) 












Stillwater 












Calvin Congregational 


1964 


Paul F. Smith 


1954 


1964 


Mrs. Barbara Hudson 


6th St. at Myrtle St. 




1 1 5 S. Martha St. 






Marine-on-St. Croix 


55082 




(612)439-2505 






55047 


(612)439-4537 












Warroad 












Union Cong'l 




Donald Ellerbush 


1965 


1967 




56763 












Waseca 












First Congregational 


1868 


James E. Slocum 


1967 


1967 


Mrs. Duane Morris 


509 2nd Ave., N.E. 56093 










912 9th St., N.E. 


(507) 835-4548 












MISSOURI 












Kansas City 












Westminster Cong'l 


1895 


Herbert E. Duncan 


1932 


1957 


Mrs. O. E. Almen 


3600 Walnut 64111 




439 W. 58th St. 64113 






4532 Jefferson 


(816) 561-0333 




(816) 333-3811 








Neosho 












First Congregational 


1866 


Max Wuellner 


1964 


1969 


Ms. Melba Sweeney 


Wood & McCord Streets 




147 S. High St. 






P. O. Box 206 


64850 




(417) 451-5646 








(417) 451-2655 












MONTANA 












Ekalaka 












(X) Church of Christ 


1911 


Charles B. Billups 


1953 


1969 


Mrs. R. W. Tooke 


Congregational 












Box 396 59324 












(406) 775-3923 












Livingston 












Livingston Congregational 


1964 


W. Duane Haidle 


1969 


1971 


Mr. Henry B. Reilly 


P.O. Box 655 59047 




226 S. Third St. 






305 S. Sixth St. 


(406) 222-0095 












Musselshell 












First Congregational 


1913 


Edward Horst 


1963 


1966 


Ms. Lorene Burton 


59059 




507 First St., W. 








(406) 323-2630 




Roundup, 59072 








Roundup 












First Congregational 


1909 


Edward H. Horst 


1963 


1966 


Mrs. Alyce Herzog 


501 First St., W. 




507 First Street, W. 






924 Third St., W. 


59072 












(406) 323-2630 













54 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



35 



11 



80 



396 



318 



152 



34 



23 



47 



> C 
< < 



42 



150 



125 



75 



31 



20 



25 



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36 



60 



25 



17 



11 



18 



25 



26 



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$ 



750 



806 



55 



160 



.2 % 



$ 133 



5571 



140 



54 



306 



20 



$ 



10 



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12000 



100 



110 



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18,000 



11,895 



10,556 



1,050 



5,600 



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36,000 



12,145 



12,334 



6,000 



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$ 20,000 



225,000 



100,000 



27,800 



3,000 



55 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


N 

c 

s. 

o 

1 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


c 
1 
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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


NEBRASKA 












Ashland 












First Congregational 
1562 Boyd St. 68003 


1871 




1963 




Mrs. M. P. Williams 
502 N. 12th Street 


Cecil B. Currey 


Chadron 












Plymouth Cong'l Christian 
508 Lake St. 69337 
(308) 432-2037 


1964 


Richard R. Kurrasch 

920 Morehead Street 
(308) 432-3411 


1971 
1940 


1971 


Mrs. Margery Stoner 
Box 654 


John Eichorn 


Fremont 












The Congregational Ch. 
Box 407 68025 
(402) 721-2831 


1969 


Willard McKeag 
1335 N. Somers 






Mrs. Gerald Hammang 
432 W. 20th 


Genoa 












(X) First Congregational 
Boy 424 68640 


1880 








Mrs. Roberta A. McBride 


Lincoln 












Pilgrim Congregational 
1101 S. 26th 68502 
(402) 477-2433 


1960 


Richard W. Horn 
2517 "C" St. 
(402) 477-9342 


1969 


1970 


Mrs. William Orester 
1631 "F" Street 


Verdon 












First Congregational 
Main Street 68457 


1868 


Tom Whitney 
810- 14th 
Pawnee City 68420 
(402) 852-6031 


1956 


1968 


Mrs. Violet R. Fritz 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 












Barnstead 












Barnstead Cong'l 
Barnstead Parade 03225 
(603) 269-4662 


1796 


Gordon L. Johnson 
Parker Mt. Road 


1971 


1966 


Mrs. Edna Southard 
03218 


Center Barnstead 












South Barnstead Cong'l 
Route 126 03225 
(603) 269-4662 




Gordon L. Johnson 
Parker Mt. Road 


1971 


1967 


Mrs. Lorraine Jones 


First Congregational Ch. 
03225 


1820 


William McConaghy 
227 Brattle Rd. 
Syracuse, N.Y. 13200 
(315) 479-9435 
Donald W. Stake 


1936 


1945 


Ms. Christine R. Dutton 


Cornish 












United Congregational 
Cornish Flat 03746 


1781 


AJvan Barrus 
P. O. Box 158 
(603) 542-4849 




1953 


Mrs. Clifford Sawyer 

Star Route 3 

Windsor, Vermont 05089 



56 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



29 



22 



IC 9 



32 



14 



21 



10 



17 



162 



93 



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55 



45 



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45 



27 



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12 



$5 34 



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$ 739 



10 



125 230 



$ 119 



100 



35 



20 



127 



64 



45 



25 



15 



220 



240 



25 



77 



18 



75 



41 



12 



c70 



30 



14 



12 



50 



128 



42 



72 



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115 



200 



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50 



10 



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$ 100 



115 



102 



$ 9,477 



13,100 



167 



4,850 



16,545 



2,560 



150 4,100 



1,550 



4,855 



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$ 11,957 



13,580 



5,000 



16,695 



4,500 



750 



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$120,000 



70,000 



15,000 



50,000 



7,500 



2 5,000 



15,000 



10,000 



50,000 



57 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


T3 
» 
N 

■£ 

o 

(0 

> 


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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

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STAFF 


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ADDRESS 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 












(continued) 












Deny 

Central Congregational 
14 Crescent St. 03038 
(603) 432-2226 or 
(603) 434-4411 


1837 


Bertil V. Norman 


1943 


1970 


Mrs. Marilyn Swart 


Epsom 

(X) New Rye Cong'l 

Gossville 03239 










Mrs. Eleanor Briggs 


Grafton 












Grafton Center Cong'l 
03240 


1794 


John W. Hammons 
Olden House 
Weare 03281 
(603) 398-7243 


1935 


1962 


Ms. Dorothy H. Davis 
R.F.D. 


Kingston 

First Congregational 
Church Street 03848 
(603) 642-8130 


1725 


Peter Noel Knost 


1961 


1970 


Mrs. Judith C. Smith 
R. F. D. Main St. 03827 


North Weare 












(X) North Weare Cong'l 
Federated Church 
03281 


1891 


Earle Y. Fellows 




1952 




Pittsfield 












First Congregational 
Main Street 03263 
(603)435-8542 


1789 


Richard C. Hammond 
9 Chestnut Street 




1971 


Mrs. Earl M. Elliot 
Tilton Hill Rd. 


South Merrimack 












South Merrimack Cong'l 
Amherst Road 03054 
(603) 882-2582 


1829 


Norman C, Christopherson 
Naticook Road 
(603) 882-2582 


1968 


1968 


Mr. A. Karl Bahsler 
9 Hardy Street 
Nashua 03060 


Troy 

Trinitarian Congregational 
South Main St. 03465 
(603) 242-6252 


1815 


John F. Pokrifka 
4 Monadnock St. 


1972 
1937 


1971 


Mr. Ernest L. Woodbury 
Russell Avenue 


Arthur W. Childs 


Wolfeboro 












First Christian Church 
North Main St. 03894 
(603) 569-3671 


1812 


Earle L. Spahr 

6 Endicott St., P.O. 681 


1953 
1929 


1972 


Mr. Robert H. B. Thomas 
P.O. Box 58 


Edward W. Cantwell 


NEW JERSEY 












Bound Brook 












The Cong'l Church of 

Bound Brook 
Church & High Sts. 08805 
(201) 356-1293 


1876 


Richard J, Bower 
762 Watchung Road 
(201) 356-1164 
John S. Hutchison 


1965 


1967 


Mrs. Robert H. Lamason 
292 S. Metape Circle 



58 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



61 



12 



80 



19 



11 



332 



43 



118 



138 



159 



240 



583 



m c 

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84 



15 



70 



90 



62 



80 



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52 

£ c 



82 



75 



100 



49 



45 



65 



28 



15 



25 



18 



15 



40 



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$ 



50 



92 



1000 



i($i 



$ 



181 



167 



1525 



$ 



250 



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9,219 



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3,213 



10,205 



38,915 



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$200,000 



100,000 



59 



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STATE 

CITYn"OWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


N 

'c 

s> 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


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NEW JERSEY 












(continued) 












East Orange 

Congregational Christian 
26 South Harrison St, 
07018 




A. Vaughan Abercrombie 


1950 


1969 




Egg Harbor City 

(X) Emmanuel Cong'l 
Liverpool Ave. and White 
Horse Pike 08215 


1903 










NEW YORK 












Brooklyn 

Cadman Memorial 

350 Clinton Ave. 11238 

(212) 638-2231 


1943 


David L. Slater 
385 Clinton Ave, 
(212) 857-7170 


1968 
1923 


1971 


Mrs. James Dillon 
360 Clinton Ave, 


Arthur A. Rouner, Sr. 


Flatbush-Tompkins 

Cong'l 
424 East 19th St. 11226 

(212)282-5353 


1875 


Gard L. Rowe 

455 East 18th Street 


1945 


1967 


Mrs, Warren S, Dean 


(X) Mapleton Park Cong'l 
1722 -6Sth St. 


1910 








Mrs, Pauline Timmins 
1644 71st Street 


Plymouth Church of the 

Pilgrims 
75 Hicks St. 11201 
(212) 624-4743 


1847 


Harry H, Kruener 
184 Columbia Heights 
(212)852-0774 
Stanley K. Rice 


1940 
1956 


1960 
1961 


Mrs. Gail E. Wood 
138 Columbia Heights 


Rugby Congregational 
E. 49th St. and Snyder 

Avenue 11203 
(212) 693-4196 


1912 


William A, Fleming, 
interim 






Marguerite C, Grotte 
4113 Seventh Ave. 11232 


Forest Hills 












Church in the Gardens 
50 Ascan Ave. 11375 
(716) 268-6704 


1913 


Alvin Brewer 
36 Ascan Ave. 
(716) 261-9091 


1956 

1918 
1939 


1963 




Russell Clinchy 
Edmund A. Opitz 
Albert Campbell 


Herkimer 












Cong'l-Universalist 
122 Park Ave. 13350 
(315) 866-3773 


1881 


Henry Opperman 
R.F.D., Mohawk 13407 
(315) 866-3416 


1967 


1966 


Mrs. Howard Murray 
423 Margaret Street 


Kingston 

Ponckhockie Union Cong'l 
91 Abruyn St. 12401 
(914) 331-3801 


1915 


Donald B. Howard 
18 S. Washington St. 
(518) 945-1766 
Jeffrey A. Mackey 


1934 
1971 


1968 
1971 


Mrs. Francella A. Smith 
16 Ponckhockie Street 
12401 



60 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



100 



491 



181 



100 



15 



20 



3C 



11 



46 



230 



2497 



575 



231 



55 



106 



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200 



80 



25 



48 



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125 



65 



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15 



15 



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600 



1500 



200 



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561 



1128 



50 



63 



290 



25 



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5,422 



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5,489 



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61 



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STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 
» 

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NAME 

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NEW YORK 












(continued) 












Ozone Park 












First Cong'l Church of 

Woodhaven 
9715 - 94th St. 11416 
(212) 849-4536 


1863 








Miss Vestal Donnelly 
95-39 Woodhaven Blvd. 


Saugerties 

First Congregational 

Main St. at First St. 

12477 
(914) 246-8168 


1853 


Frederick J. Imhoff 
Box 55 3, Route 2 
(914) 246-5124 
R. Earle Haley 


1949 


1954 


Mrs. Edna Hrdlicka 
11 Elm Street 12422 


NORTH CAROLINA 












Robbins 












Bear Creek Cong'l 
Box 201 27325 


1918 


Argo J. Melvin 
Rt. 5, Box 168-A 
Fayetteville 28301 
(919) 483-7636 


1962 
1909 


1958 


Theressa Allmond 


J. A. Dowd 


Collins Chapel Cong'l 
23725 


1893 


W. McDougald 
Rt. 1, Box 58 
Stedman 28391 
(919) 483-1702 


1924 






Sanford 












Wards Memorial Cong'l 
Rt. 5, Box 275 27330 


1895 


W. McDougald 
Rt. 1, Box 58 
Stedman 28391 
(919)483-1702 


1924 






NORTH DAKOTA 












Edmunds 












(X) Edmunds Cong'l 
(Inactive) 58434 


1889 










OHIO 












Berea 












Heritage Congregational 
P.O. Box 276 44017 


1969 








Mrs. Edward Brenneis 
380 Edgewood Dr. 


Bowling Green 

Plain Congregational 
16159 Poe Road 43402 
(419) 352-3122 


1835 


Tom Witzel 
(419) 352-0408 


1969 


1969 


Helen Sautter 
Rt. 1 


Cheshire 












Little Kyger Christian 
45620 










Mrs. Janice Swisher 



62 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



10 



20 



35 



10 



69 



14 



50 



110 



60 



210 



246 



> C 
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25 



65 



48 



113 



154 



61 



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120 



55 



38 



175 



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$ 20 



10 



150 



20 



37 



30 



600 



600 



.2 % 



$ 981 



285 



10 



399 



3479 



$ 



406 



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62 



230 



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200 



186 



4719 



$ 7,240 



13,500 



1,000 



21,064 



18,433 



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$ 8,141 



11,433 



1,275 



22,273 



27,365 



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175,000 



2,500 



66,126 



145,000 



63 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITYATOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 

s 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


OHIO 












(continued) 












Cleveland 












(X) Grace Congregational 
65th &. Colgate Ave. 
44102 




James W. Reeder 

15607 Lakewood Heights 

Lakewood 44107 








Messiah Cong'l Christian 
29308 Eddy Road 44092 
(216)943-0632 


1971 


Gary W. Johnston 
27700 Bishop Park 
Wickliffe 44092 
(216) 944-8127 




1971 


Miss Pamela Polgar 
29061 Willowick Dr. 
Wickliffe 44092 


Columbus 












South Congregational 
16 East Stewart Ave. 

44406 
(614) 444-5403 


1891 


George Erb 
337 Hillcrest North 
Milliard 43026 
(614) 876-7070 


1969 


1970 


Mrs. Clarence Boyd 
926 Mohawk St. 43206 


Lafayette 

(X) Cong'l Christian 

45854 


1861 


Eugene Browne 
Box 85 






Carolyn McCague 


Lenox 












(X) Lenox Cong'l 
44047 


1840 










Mansfield 












First Congregational 
640 Millsboro Rd. 

44903 
(419) 756-3046 


1835 


Clifford D. Schutjer 
604 Brae Burn 

44907 
(419) 756-5892 
Charles W. Reid 


1962 
1966 


1961 
1971 


Mrs. Patricia Gowing 
598 Coleman Rd. 


Marietta 




- 








Putnam Congregational 
Chamberlain Dr. 

45750 
(614) 374-7274 


1901 








Mrs. Alvin Ford 

300 Masonic Park Rd. 


North Royalton 

Faith Community 
10383 Albion Rd. 44133 
(216) 237-9782 


1958 


Arthur W. Tiffen 
7730 Albion Rd. 
(216) 237-3696 


1953 
1968 


1972 


Mrs. J. A. Kaufman 
3014 Standish Ave. 
Parma 44129 


Catherine M. Whitford 


Pomeroy 

Trinity Church 
Second &. Lynn 45769 
(614) 992-3172 


1848 


Wilbur H. Perrin 
213 Mulberry 
(614) 992-3214 


1964 


1964 


Mrs. Mary Kautz 
R. R. 


Toledo 












Centra) Park Cong'l 
3233 Piero 43615 


1944 


Melvin Grossman 
5050 Clover Lane 




1967 


Ms. Elaine Smith 
3142 Moffot 



64 



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MEMBERS 



9) to 

(0 c 
< < 



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(/) 0) 

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£ C 
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O 



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34 



23 



89 



14 



55 



40 



175 



70 



75 



1,106 



1,220 



6,779 



50,000 



56 



1148 



350 



cl90 



c25 



3400 



8076 



1188 



100 



2550 



106,845 



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62 



50 



13 



19 



128 



205 



96 



93 



115 



85 



20 



25 



363 



568 



520 



25 



119 



25 



1582 



300 



17,520 



19,550 



19,666 



20,690 



58,505 



95,000 



loo 



15 



16 



12 



358 



75 



180 



50 



94 



40 



20 



15 



100 



300 



1000 



50 



19,000 



5,000 



c20,000 



6,000 



c210,000 



60,000 



65 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


1 

E 

& 
O 

w 

S 


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NAME 

ADDRESS 

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OHIO 












(continued) 












Toledo (continued) 












First Congregational 


1833 


Robert W. Croskery 


1955 


1968 


Mr. Cuthbert N. Hayhurst 


2315 Collingwood Blvd 




3113 Kenwood Blvd. 






187 3 Atwood Rd. 


43620 




43606 






43615 


(419) 243-6248 




(419) 531-8260 












Robert L. Wuellner 


1960 


1971 








Walton F. Deming 




1970 




Lester Vining 


Mayfair-Plymouth Cong'l 


1970 


Karl D, Schimpf 


1967 


1967 


Miss Chris Schade 


504 May fair Blvd. 5 3612 




5506 Yermo Dr. 43613 






929 Custer Dr. 


(419) 474-4319 




(419) 472-6127 








West Millgrove 












Cong'l Church of West 


1841 


D. Lynn Hickman 




1968 


Mrs. Sarah E. Wirt 


Millgrove 




706 Scott St. 






5502 McCutcheonville 


S. Main St. 43467 




Napoleon 43545 
(419) 592-0816 






R.R. 1, Fostoria 44830 


OKALHOMA 












Edmond 












(X) Bethel Cong'l 


1893 


C. J. Westhof 


1939 


1970 


Mrs. Ray C. Cook 


Route 1, Pennsylvania 




109 Harding 








Ave. 73034 












(405) 341-3394 












Oklahoma City 












(X) Mayflower 


1957 








Mr. Frank G. Maddux 


Community 










1510 Brighton Ave. 




3901 N.W. 63rd St. 73116 




Norman Whitehouse . 


1941 






(405) 842-8897 












Pilgrim Cong'l 


1889 


Robert J. Hunter 


1963 


1968 


Mrs. Harry Brust 


829 N.W. 13th 73106 




2200 N.W. 26th St. 






3821 N.W. 57th Terr. 


(405) 236-3125 




73107 
(405) 528-5306 






73112 






Richard P. Peterson 


1971 


1970 




OREGON 












Oregon City 












(X) Atkinson Memorial 


1844 








William Dickman 


710 Sixth St. 97045 












PENNSYLVANIA 












Beaver Falls 












First Congregational 


1883 


Clifford D. Buell 


1930 


1971 


Mrs. Rose S. Newman 


1024 4th Ave. 15010 




3885 Tuscarawas Rd. 
(412) 495-7174 






1837 3rd Ave. 


Duquesne 












Bethlehem Cong'l 


1901 


Sherwood C. Keiser 


1950 


1960 


Mr. B. A. Thomas 


121 S. 5th St. 15110 










2410 Pennsylvania Ave. 


(412) 466-4744 










West Mifflin 15122 



66 



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MEMBERS 



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33 



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302 



99 



13 



309 



75 



190 



35 



110 



67 



10 



10 



254 



84 



50 



67 



104 



35 



50 



40 



35 



80 



35 



15 



27 



12 



12 



1400 



5519 



2500 



12000 125,000 



2,000,000 



565 



100 



40 



70 



490 



50 



54 



180 



110 



26,963 



2,500 



28,773 



2,880 



112,927 



119 



100 



500 



26,000 



47,000 



400,000 



20 



100 



1075 



1000 



11,180 



68,000 



39,000 



67 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 
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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

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STAFF 


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PENNSYLVANIA 












(continued) 












East Smithfield 












Federated Church 
Church Street 18817 
(717) 351-3240 
Edwardsville 


1801 


Max Doriani 
(717) 351-3211 


1957 


1970 


Mrs. Ellen P. Keeler 


(X) Dr. Edwards 

Memorial Church 
670 Main St. 18704 
(717) 288-8548 


1868 


Alan Hipkiss 


1951 


1970 


Mrs. Jane Jones 
48 Green St. 


Johnstown 












First Cong'l Christian 
1102 McKinley Ave. 

15905 
(814) 539-7323 


1854 








Mrs. David H. Thomas 


Leraysville 

(X) Neath Welsh Cong'l 
R.D. 1, Box 98 18829 


1842 


George Jatko (Baptist) 
R. D. 2, Old Owego Rd. 
Apalachin, N.Y. 13732 
(607) 625-2536 




1965 


Francis H. Davis 


McKeesport 

Evangelical Cong'l 
Walnut & Olive 15132 
(412) 664-9539 


1846 


H. G. Osterwise 
318 Circle Dr. 
(412) 751-5703 
William Burr 


1952 


1966 
1970 


Mrs. Margaret Ditter 


First Congregational 
1422 Evans Ave. 15132 
(412) 673-5811 


1899 


Roy E. McGrath 

321 Terrace Rd. 15135 

(412)751-8893 


1949 


1967 


Miss JoAnne Gummo 
191 E. Gilmore 


Minersville 












First Congregational 
321 Sunbury St. 17954 
(717) 544-3660 


1832 


Neville H. V. West 
313 Sunbury St. 


1963 


1971 


Ms. Mary J. Schneider 
618 W. Market St. 
Pittsville 17901 


New Castle 












(X) First Congregational 
98 E. Reynolds St. 16101 


1896 








Mrs. Betty Jones 


Philadelphia 

(X) First Congregational 
Church of Germantown 

130 W. Seymour St. 
19144 


1888 


Donald S. Henry 
(215) 455-4494 


1966 


1966 


Mrs. Patrick Gallagher 
502 3 Keyser St. 


Pittsburgh 












First Cong'l Church of 

i:tna 
Locust He Walnut St. 

15223 
(412) 781-4927 


1849 


Mark W Jensen 
132 Homer PI. 
(412) 486-1453 


1970 


1970 


Mrs. James L. Winning 
27 Christler St. 



68 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



134 



15 



307 



35 



405 



205 



> t 
< < 



95 



75 



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$ 109 



520 



250 



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1159 



199 



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33,492 



23,385 



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310,000 



57,000 



110,000 



69 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


•a 

N 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

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(continued) 












Pittsburgh (continued) 












South Hills Cong'l 


1962 








Mrs. Charles J. Dunlap 


3319 Brownsville Rd. 










117 Hillson Ave. 


15227 












(412) 881-7373 












Plymouth 












(X) First Welsh Cong'l 


1874 








Mrs. Thomas C. Gillies 


Shawnee & Gaylord 










92 Amherst Ave. 


Avenue 18651 










Wilkes-Barre 18702 


Pilgrim Congregational 


1884 


Thomas L. Maher 


1965 


1965 


Mrs. Stewart Harry 


163 Center Ave. 18651 




(717) 779-1451 






22 Willow St. 


Siglerville 












White Memorial Cong'l 


1890 


Donald C. Mullen 


1969 


1970 


Mrs. Linda Harlest 


R.D. No. 1, Milroy 17063 










Reedsville 


(717) 667-3059 












Spring Creek 












(X) Spring Creek Cong'l 


1882 


Joseph G. Bodie 


1966 


1968 


Mrs. William Donaldson 


16436 




(814) 663-1221 






Box 2 


Tarentum 












First Congregational 


1888 


Raymond T. Clover 


1944 


1969 


Mr. Edward Musk 


Allegheny St. & First 




107 Allegheny St. 






2235 Silverville Rd. 


Ave. 15084 










Freeport 16229 


(412) 226-1712 












Willkes-Barre 












(X) Puritan Cong'l 


1885 


Roy Gibbs 


1953 


1950 


Mr. John Owens 


71 S. Sherman St. 18702 




65 Sherman St. 
(717) 822-8824 






31 Oak St. 


Second Welsh Cong'l 


1883 


Loren Swartz 


1952 


1968 


Mrs. Herbert Craze 


Corner, Parrish & Hazle 




Huntsville Rd. 






279 McLean St. 


18702 




Chase 








RHODE ISLAND 












Riverside 












Kents Corner Cong'l 




Gerald Gordon 








02915 












West Warwick 












(X) Riverpoint Cong'l 


1849 


Curtis Busby 


1945 


1961 


Mrs. Evelyn Bates 


73 Providence St. 02988 












(401) 821-6544 












TEXAS 












Houston 












First Evangelical 


1851 


James O. Schneider 


1952 


1965 


Mr. William E. Ross 


3410 Austin St. 77004 




4803 Stillbrooke 77035 






3727 Broadway Blvd. 


(713) 529-3589 










77017 



70 



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MEMBERS 



23 



51 



IC 



12 



140 



176 



135 



106 



555 



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65 



85 



95 



65 



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90 



80 



95 



80 



50 



100 



12 



30 



15 



30 



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S 152 



75 



1950 



s > 

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250 



151 



2145 



100 



270 



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79 



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604 



2000 



500 



1500 



9,100 



11,300 



7,859 



48,000 



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11,950 



18,000 



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100,000 



35,000 



200,000 



50,000 



650,000 



71 



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STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


« 

N 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

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STAFF 


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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


TEXAS 












(continued) 












Texarkana 












First Congregational 
1324 Walnut St. 75501 
(214) 794-4606 


1908 




1912 




Mr. Dumas Howell 
4016 Spring Lake Park 


Walter H. Riley 


UTAH 












Salt Lake City 












First Congregational 
2150 Foothill Dr. 84109 
(801) 487-1357 


1865 


Douglas L, Lobb 
182 3 Michigan Ave. 

84108 
(801) 582-2835 


1956 
1932 


1969 


Mrs. D. D. Sctokman 
48 S. 13th East 84102 


Frank M. Blish 


VERMONT 












Bennington 

First Cong'l Church 
Monument Ave. 05201 


1762 


Arvel M. Steece 
One Monument Ave. 
(802) 442-4802 


1947 
1913 


1966 


Mrs. D. Dexter Davis 
Birchwood Knoll, R.D. 1 


Thomas T, Street 


Dan by 

First Congregational 
Main Street 05739 


1869 


Lester E. Tufts 
South Main 
(802) 293-5441 


1961 


1967 


Mrs. Virginia Colvin 
Easy Street 


Glenn F. Bingham, Jr. 
Miss Mary C. Clapp 


North Pownal 












North Pownal Cong'l 
Rt. 346, Box 158 05260 
(802) 823-5187 


1849 


Jim Metcalf 
Main St. 


1964 


1971 


Mrs. Ruth Lingner 


WASHINGTON 












Cusick 












Community Cong'l 
Church of the Calispel 
Valley 99119 


1909 


Ronald Palmen 

E. 12621 Valley Way 

Spokane 99200 


1944 


1971 


Ms. Merna Osman 
Box 113 


Maltby 

First Congregational Ch. 
21015 86th Ave., S.E. 
Snohomish 98290 
(206) 568-3394 


1903 


Norman J. Greene 


1969 


1968 


Ms. Kay Lindsey 
19115 Broadway 
Snohomish 98290 


Seattle 












(X) Seattle Cong'l 
5324 N.F. 193rd St. 

98115 
(206) 365-7514 


1963 


Lorenzo S. Todd 
18118 60th Ave., N.E. 

98115 
(206)485-3769 


1952 
1950 


1968 


Mrs. Margaret Todd 


Robert Fruitt 



72 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



128 



50 



38 



o 
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< cc 



32 



11 



107 



497 



117 



86 



90 



102 



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40 



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65 



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£ c 
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160 



20 



51 



35 



14 



20 



22 



20 



12 



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$ 225 



200 



200 



100 



75 



75 



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$ 



200 



53 



100 



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24,665 



7303 



6,645 



2,500 



8,162 



_ « 



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$ 16,000 



61,000 



26,155 



8,949 



6,695 



2,700 



8,350 



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$ 75,000 



650,000 



260,000 



100,000 



24,000 



55,000 



73 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 
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NAME 

ADDRESS 

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WASHINGTON 












(continued) 












Spokane 

Heritage Congregational 
P.O. Box 8083 
Manito Station 99203 
(509) 624-7250 


1966 


Clyde R. Kauffman 
E, 4125 17th Ave. 
(509) 534-0885 


1949 
1938 


1966 


Mrs. Irvin R. Minzel 
E. 815 14th Avenue 
99202 


E. G. Klein 

A. O. Wendelburg 


Plymouth Congregational 
1502 W. 8th 99204 
(509) 838-8666 


1964 


G. Don Gilmore 

Box 116, Chataroy 99003 

(509) 238-6276 

Ira Joe Fisher 


1955 


1969 


Mrs. Edwdn Towner 
W. 428 15th 99203 


Tacoma 












First Congregational 
209 S. J Street 98405 
(206) 383-3878 


1874 


Lynn E. Hodges 

3407 N. 18th St. 98406 

(206) 752-0447 


1947 

1955 
1930 
1949 


1969 


Ms. Joan Johnson 

4824 Caladonia Rd„ N.E, 

98422 


Wayne Blackledge 
Carl Lordahl 
George W. Brown, Jr. 


WEST VIRGINIA 












Ceredo 












(X) Cong'l Christian 
Church of Ceredo 
C Street 25507 


1883 








Miss Bernice Wright 
1105 Second St. 
Huntington 25701 


WISCONSIN 












Adams 












Trinity Congregational 
N. Grant St. 53910 


1913 


Glen A. Dunn 
201 Grand 
Friendship 53934 
(608) 339-7070 






Mr. Walter C. Hintz 
221 N. Oak 


Beloit 












First Congregational 
801 Busnell St. 5 3511 
(608) 362-4821 


1838 


Stanley B. Crosland 
817 Bushnell 
(608) 362-4055 


1926 


1946 


Mrs. William J. Nesler 
Rt. 1 


Second Congregational 
657 Bluff St. 53511 
(608) 362-6857 


1859 


Charles Melano 

620 Baldwin Woods Rd. 

(608) 362-6168 


1951 


1971 


Mrs. Joan M. Larson 
829 Bluff St. 


Dalton 












Congregational Church 
53926 


1891 


Stanley C. F. Hayes 
204 Griswold St. 
Ripon 54971 
(414) 748-2020 


1952 


1969 


Mrs. Morris Lawson 


Gays Mills 

First Congregational 

54631 
(608) 735-4727 


1872 


Thomas Anderson, 
interim 


1970 


1970 


Ms. Opal Halverson 



74 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



40 



189 



600 



< < 



134 



u c 
(/) « 

u = 



65 



28 



Giving thru the N.A. 



100 



200 



17 



216 150 



100 



100 



20 



12 



i<8 



1159 



150 590 



75 



250 



267 



300 



75 



< c 

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405 



742 



18,375 



56,838 



1,170 



= 1 

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< £ 

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17,500 



59,550 



2,300 



- I 

o 2 

«- a 

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133,300 



200,000 



500,000 



10 



71 



40 



27 



50 



50 



180 



4 5,000 



635 



200 



175 



25 



900 



2264 



600 



400 



1300 



45,000 



46,300 



1,125,000 



251 



1000 



4406 



1000 



928 



39,584 



50,997 



470,000 



40 



99 



34 



12 



150 



3,804 



3,954 



25,000 



75 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 
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N 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


WISCONSIN 












(continued) 












Green Bay 

Pilgrim Congregational 
991 Airport Dr. 54304 
(414) 499-4515 


1964 


Terry P. Ragland 

335 Tower View Drive 

54301 
(414) 437-8312 


1942 


1967 


Mrs. Herbert Endlich 
726 Newtols St. 54302 


Hartford 












First Congregational 
53027 


1847 


Frank Benes 
Rt. 1, Box 218 
Richfield, 5 3076 
(414) 628-1606 


1972 


1967 


Mrs. Ruth Suelflow 


Hayward 

First Congregational 
Iowa Avenue & Fourth 

Street 54843 
(715) 634-4903 


1883 


David E. Perkins 
Iowa Avenue, Box 656 


1961 


1971 


Mr. Bill Lee 
Route 3 


Kenosha 












First Congregational 
5934 8th Avenue 53140 
(414) 654-0457 


1838 


William H. Foster 
4033 47 Avenue 
(414) 652-5316 
F. Eugene Whitney 


1943 
1968 


1968 
1971 


Mr. Willis Hammond 
6339 Fifth Avenue 


Plymouth Congregational 
Rt. 4, 1400 25 Ave. 

53140 
(414) 552-8440 


1964 


Arthur W. Greeley 
(414) 552-8590 


1954 


1967 


Mrs. : ois Bane 
1906 36th Street 


Kewaunee 












Community Cong'l 
Center & Juneau 54216 
(414) 388-2719 


1876 


Ted W. Selgo 
820 Center Street 
(414) 388-3033 


1970 
1936 


1970 


Mrs. Helen M. Kuehl 
1103 First Street 


Wm. T. Hosking 


Madison 












Heritage Congregational 

Christian Church 
610 S. Segoe Rd. 5 3711 
(608) 274-0833 


1968 


Richard E. Pritchard, Sr, 
902 Mohican Pass 
(608)233-1340 


1944 


1968 


Mrs. Barbara Johnson 
560 Glen Drive 


Milwaukee 












Mayflower Congregational 
2915 W. Ranch Rd„ 

116 N. 53092 
(414) 242-4894 


1965 


Leslie G. Deinstadt 
(414) 242-2894 


1943 


1966 


Mrs. Ruth Godar 
4209 N, Downer Ave. 
53211 


Charles W. Hanko 


North Shore Cong'l 
7330 N. Santa Monica 

Blvd. 53217 
(414) 352-6123 


1949 


Richard P. Buchman 
6364 N. Berkeley Blvd. 
(414) 962-9483 
Harry W. Clark 
9130 N. Rexleigh Dr. 
(414) 352-6576 


1959 
1955 


1967 
1969 


Mrs. Andrew Galvin 
502 E. Lake Terrace 



76 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



44 



21 



102 



334 



19 



28 



40 



27 



34 



338 



56 



64 



17 



456 



290 



1072 



315 



341 



229 



1486 



c 

(0 c 

& £ 
> V 
< < 



216 



115 



300 



160 



125 



125 



342 



!; P 



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103 



25 



s > 

.2 % 



$ 500 $ 550 



82 



250 



15 



22 



25 



525 



80 



31 



600 



800 



84 



63 



335 



70 



15 



735 



251 



2500 



5278 



$ 200 



250 



130 



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$ 



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1387 



25 



2100 



26120 



$ 33,552 



80,479 



107,000 



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$ 33,552 



82,466 



19,975 



140,000 



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646,697 



235,600 



105,000 



582,422 



77 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


T5 
09 

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NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


WISCONSIN 












(continued) 












Pine River 












Pine River Cong'l 
Main Street 54965 


1850 


David Bech 

Camp Wild Rose, Box 232 
Wild Rose 54984 
(414) 622-3963 


I960 


1968 


Mrs. Roy Shepard 


PlatteviUe 












The Lima Union Cong'l 
Rural PlatteviUe 5 3818 


1904 


Lester N. Dunwiddie 
101 Maiden Street 
Mineral Point 53565 
(608) 987-3054 


1960 


1943 


Mrs. Fern Whitcher 
555 East Mineral St. 


Prentice 












First Congregational 
Town Street 54556 


1892 


Charles L. Bryan 
R.F.D. 1 
Philipps 54555 
(715)428-2301 






Mrs, Isabel Good 


Racine 












Plymouth Cong'l 

1143 College Ave. 53403 

(414) 633-6039 


1849 


Donald R. Brownell 
3435 N. Wisconsin 5 3402 
(414) 639-1470 


1938 


1962 


Mrs. Elva Schaffer 
2021 Deane Blvd. 


Spring Green 

Spring Green Cong'l 
Box 91 53588 
(608) 588-2442 


1859 


Paul N. Ray 

123 W. Monroe St. 


1963 


1966 


Ms. Inez Scholl 


Wauwatosa 












First Congregational 
1511 Church St. 5 3213 

(414) 258-7375 


1842 


Norman S. Ream 
7435 Oakhill Ave. 
(414) 258-9779 
Maurice D. Simons 
Richard D. Liles 
Lester E. Grube 
Nancy Perry 


1944 

1970 
1969 

1948 


1958 

1970 
1970 


Mrs. Wilmet Manley 


John H. Alexander 


WYOMING 












Big Piney 

Community Cong'l 

83113 
(307) 276-3470 


1914 


Barry C. Cox 
Box 633 


1957 


1970 


Mrs. Carl Doerr 


Cheyenne 

First Congregational 
3501 Forest Dr. 82001 
(307) 632-9389 


1869 


Harvey W. Cutting 
3312 Forest Dr. 
(307) 632-0728 
David G. Congo 


1955 


1965 
1972 


Mrs. Dena O.Brion 
1829 Converse 


Dayton 

Community Cong'l 

82836 
(307) 655-9648 


1893 


Porter E. Wright 


1950 


1971 


Miss Claire Cobb 
Box 104 



78 



MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



MEMBERS 



12 



25 



99 



64 



40 



4«-l 



35 



14 



29 



36 



20 



79 



35 



617 



179 



2400 



122 



1277 



45 



< < 



40 



14 



177 



75 



645 



50 



380 



32 



£ C 
CJuj 



20 



28 



124 



72 



455 



75 



389 



30 



11 



32 



270 



25 



75 



Giving thru the N.A. 



$ 



25 



60 



200 



9035 



600 



.2 S 
^ S 



$ 100 



50 



650 



32059 



652 



$ 



18 



3150 



402 



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$ 



1821 



= 0) 

< GO 



$ 250 



SO 



6950 



5724 



100 



$ 1,442 



1,500 



1,308 



181,400 



5,000 



71,376 



2,783 



i ? 

C 00 

< £ 

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$ 1,842 



1,408 



10,100 



234,400 



5,000 



79,075 



2,783 



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$ 10,000 



15,000 



100,000 



1,326,928 



75,000 



630,000 



30,000 



79 



ASSOCIATE MEMBER CHURCH SECTION STATISTICS 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


"O 

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MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


18 

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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


CONNECTICUT 












Middletown 












Third Congregational 
94 Miner St. 06457 
(203) 346-3895 


1773 


Robert W. Henderson 
25 Smith Street 
(203) 346-3735 


1959 


1956 


Mrs. Joseph Goodreau 
76 Meadowood Drive 


GERMANY 












Eckemforde 












Christliche Gemindein 


1954 


Christian Schreiber 
Missions Kinderheim 
233 Altenhof b. 
Eckernforde 
Schleswig Holstein 
Eckernforde 2281 
Majken Broby 


1954 






GREECE 












Alexandroupolis 

Greek Evangelical Ch. 
14th of May Street 




Philotheos Zikas 
P. O. Box 7 








Agnandia 

Greek Evangelical Ch. 




John Hionides 








Ferre 












Greek Evangelical Ch. 




Philotheos Zikas 








NIGERIA 












Abak 












Cong'l Church of the 

Light 
Mbon Ebre, Ekparaksw 
S.E.S. 


1963 


J. J. Etukudoh 






Marcus T. Ekanem 


Cong'l Church of the 

Messiah 
P.O. Box 35 S.E.S. 




D. J. Iwok 






E. T. Udofia 


Etinan 












Christ Baptist Mission 

(Congregational) 
Oniong-I.iian 




A.M. Inyang 






O. T. Akpan 


AFFILIA 


FED ASSOCIATIONS A^ 


D CONFERENCES 


SOUTH GEORGIA 


ASSOCIATION OF CONGRE 


EGATIONAL CHURCHES 


Rev. Ralph Watson 
Promotional Sec'y 




1434 Cornwald Road 
Decatur, GA 30032 








FLORIDA 












Sanford 












First Congregational , 




(See Member Church 
Listing) 









80 



AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS AND CONFERENCES 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


■o 

N 

'c 

s> 

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MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


e 

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CLERK 

ADDRESS 




> 




> 


> 




SOUTH GEORGIA 


^SSO 


DIATIONOFCONGRE 
(continued) 


GATI 


DNAl 


CHURCHES 


GEORGIA 












Ambrose 












Ambrose Congregational 




T. E. Beach 

Rt. 3, Baxley 31513 






Mrs. Oswald Vickers 
31512 


Antioch 












Antioch Congregational 




Tony Haynes 
Surrency 31563 






Miss Cleo Rogers 
302 Homesville Ave. 
Baxley 31513 


Baxley 












Friendship Congregational 




John Aulds 
Rt 3, 31513 






Mike Clealand 
Rt. 3, 31513 


Columbus 












Columbus Church 




William McCullars 
2344 Gurley Dr. 31904 






R. L. Howell, Sr. 
1024-31st 31904 


Columbus United Ch. 










Mrs. Ruth Moore 
1030 29th St., 31904 


Doerus 












New Light Church 










Mrs. E. E. Smith 
31744 


Douglas 












Douglas Congregational 




Sherman Seileau 
1038 N. Madison Ave. 
31533 






Mrs. Loyd Vickers 
Broxton 31519 


Enigma 












Enigma Congregational 




(See Member Church 
Listing) 








Oxford 












Sardis Church 




Ralph Watson 
Rt. 1, 30267 






Albert Strickland 

Moderator 
Rt. 1, 30267 


Pearson 












Union Hill Cong'l Ch. 




T. G. Hamilton 
Homerville 31501 
H. Y. Sears, Assistant 
Pastor 








Richland 












Providence Chapel 




R. J. Barnes 
3025 12th Avenue 
Columbus 31904 






Mrs. J. M. Alston 
Rt. 3 


Richland First Church 




G. S. Hunt 

905 Society Avenue 

Albany 31702 






William Abell 



81 



AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS AND CONFERENCES 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 


N 

'E 
8. 
o 

S 

> 


MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 


1 
1 

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3 

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1 


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CLERK 

ADDRESS 


SOUTH GEORGIA 


ASSC 


CIATIONOFCONGRI 
(continued) 


GAT 


ONA 


.CHURCHES 


GEORGIA 












(continued) 












Roberta 












Pleasant Hill Cong'l 

r 




Bernard Peterman 
Rt. 3, Thomaston 
30286 






Fred Thaxton 


I 

Sale City 

Poplar Arbor Cong'l 




R. H. Abbott 

Rt. 5 

Tifton 31794 






Scott Morris 
Rt. 1, 31784 


Thomaston 












Hebron Cong'l Ch. 




Ronnie Jordan 
Main P. O. Box 694 
Atlanta 30327 






Mrs. Grant Helms 
Rt. 3 30286 


Tifton 












Tifton Congregational 




W. C. Carpenter, Sr. 
Rt. 5 31794 








Vanceville Cong'l 




G. E. Turner 
210 SellarsSt. 
Douglas 31533 






Mrs. A. J. Mix on 
Rt. 5 31694 


Way cross 
Williams Chapel 




James O. Luge 

Rt. 1, Waycross 31501 






John Yarberry 
307 Avalon Place 
31501 


TENNESSEE 












Memphis 

Brethren Church of 
Christ 

NOF 


1950 

THC 


Wm. Mosby Wright 
4020 Given 38122 
(901)452-1559 

^ROLINASTATECO^ 


FERE 


NCE, 


INC. 


NORTH CAROLINA 












Auston Grove 












Auston Grove Cong'l 




otto Ruffin 

Rt. 1, Graham 27253 








Candor 












Green Lake Cong'l 

27229 


1936 


Argo J. Melvin 
Rt. 9, Box 458 
Fayetteville 38301 


1962 


1958 


Mrs. Glenn Armstrong 
Rt. 2, Box 159A 


Graham 












McBrooms Chapel 




L. C. Harvey 
Rt. 2, Box 242 
Snow Camp 27349 






Mrs. Julia Harvey 



82 



AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS AND CONFERENCES 



STATE 

CITY/TOWN 

ADDRESS 

ZIP 

TELEPHONE 



NOFTHC 



NORTH CAROLINA 
(continued) 

Graham (continued) 

New Mount Zion 

Christian Church 
Rt. 1, Box 414B 

27258 

Ruffins Chapel 

McLeansville 

Union Grove Cong'l 



Haw River 

St. Andrews Cong'l 

Mt. Gilead 

Oak Ridge Cong'l 

Pittsboro 

St. Andrews Chapel 



Robbins 

Bear Creek Cong'l 

Collins Chapel 

San ford 
Tempting Cong'l 

Wards Memorial Ch. 

Whitsett 
Wardsworth Cong'l 



1948 



1948 



1901 



MINISTER'S 

NAME 

ADDRESS 

TELEPHONE 

ADDITIONAL 

STAFF 



i^ROLINA STATE CONVERtNCE 
(continued) 



1906 



1885 



1893 



1895 



1870 



Percy Hawes 
Rt. 1, Box 172 
Sanford 27330 



Otto Ruffin 
Rt. 1, 27253 



W. O. Howard 
Rt. 5, Box 270 
Burlington 27215 



J. C. Capps 
Rt. 3 

J. C. Capps 

Rt. 3, Haw River 



W. McDougald 
Rt. 1, Box 58 
Stedman 28391 



(See Member Church 
Listing) 

(See Member Church 
Listing) 



J. C. Capps 

Rt. 3, Haw River 

(See Member Church 
Listing) 



A. T. Foust 



1965 



1967 



CHURCH 

CLERK 

ADDRESS 



INC. 



1967 



Mrs. Edith Foust 
Rt. 1, Box 414 
Haw River 2725 8 



Mrs. Helen Holmes 
Rt. 1, 27253 



Mrs. Alma Conley 
Rt. 2, Box 170 
Mebane 



Mrs. Gladys McK.enney 



Mrs. Ludella Miller 
Box 339A, 27306 



Mrs. Laura Sanders 
Rt. 3, Box 247 



Leroy Graham 
Rt. 2, 27330 



Miss Mary Dick 
Rt. 1, 27377 



83 



THE ROLL CALL OF STATES 



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MICHIGAN 46 

ILLINOIS 28 

CALIFORNIA 25 

MAINE 24 

MASSACHUSETTS . . 23 
PENNSYLVANIA ... 21 
CONNECTICUT .... 21 

WISCONSIN 20 

OHIO 16 

NEW HAMPSHIRE . . 13 

IOWA 11 

INDIANA 10 

NEW YORK 10 

MINNESOTA 6 

WASHINGTON .... 6 

NEBRASKA 6 

KANSAS 6 

HAWAII 5 

MONTANA 4 

GEORGIA 3 



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WEST VIRGINIA . . 


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1 
3 

3 






GREECE 








TENNESSEE . . . . 




1 




NIGERIA 







TOTALS 



Full Member Churches 336 

Associate Member Churches 8 
Affiliated Member Churches 3 1 



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AREA CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS, 
FELLOWSHIPS, ETC. 

In extending the Congregational Way, Churches and individuals in various parts 
of the country have established local Associations and Fellov^ships of several types. 
While these are not organizationally related to the National Association, they are 
listed in this Yearbook for informational purposes. 

Unless otherwise indicated, membership in these area groups is by Churches 
and voting privileges are accorded only to delegates from the Churches. If other 
provisions prevail, a brief descriptive sentence follows the name of the organization. 

An "X" appearing before the name indicates that updated information was not 
received and that the data included is reprinted from last year's Yearbook, 

The groups are hsted alphabetically by State or geographical area. 

CALIFORNIA 

(X) CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES 

Moderator, Rev. Harry R. Butman, 7300 W. Manchester, Los Angeles, 

California 90045 

Assistant Moderator, Mr. William Cooper, 2444 E. Ward Terrace, Anaheim, 

California 92805 

Registrar, Mr. Charles S. Peters, 12066 A Paramount Blvd., Paramount, 

California 92805 

Scribe, Mrs. Arthur Duncan, 8383 Westlawn, Los Angeles, California 

90045 

An Association of twenty Churches granting voting rights to delegates and 

to the ministers of the member Churches. 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY AND CON- 
GREGATIONAL CHURCHES 

President, Rev. Howard E. Bull, P. 0. Box 1219, Carmel-By-The Sea, 

California 93921 

Vice President, Rev. Walter A. Boring, Drawer 278, Soquel, California 

95073 

Treasurer, Rev. R. Colby Thomas, 2100 5th Ave., Oakland, California 

94600 

Secretary, Mrs. Willia C. Thompson, 2910 Wheeler St., Apt. 3, Berkeley, 

California 94705 



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CONNECTICUT 

(X) THE FELLOWSHIP OF CONNECTICUT CONGREGATIONAL CHRIS- 
TIAN CHURCHES, 277 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06106 

Moderator, Rev. Karl W. Ostberg, 87 Broadway, Norwich, Connecticut 

06360 

Executive Secretary, Mr. Henry W. Valentine, 277 Main Street, Hartford, 

Connecticut 06106 

Secretary, Miss Doris I. Stevens, 107 Meriden Avenue, Southington, Con- 
necticut 06489 

Treasurer, Mr. Donald Dickie, 277 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 

06106 

Voting privileges are granted to delegates from member Churches and 

fellowship groups, and to interested individuals who are not members of 

the aforesaid. 

CONNECTICUT FELLOWSHIP OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
WOMEN, 277 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06106 

President, Mrs. Lawrence M. Burr, Sr., Obtuse Rd., Brookfield, Connecti- 
cut 06805 

First Vice President, Mrs. William E. C. Bulkeley, 29 Belknap Rd., West 

Hartford, Connecticut 06116 

Second Vice President, Mrs. Leroy Murray, Sr., 59 Thimble Islands Road, 

Stony Creek, Connecticut 06405 

Recording Secretary, Miss Dorothy Shirley, 24 Laurel Street, Middletown, 

Connecticut 06457 

Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Henry Latham, Eastford, Connecticut 

06242 

Treasurer, Mrs. Henry W. Valentine, 30 Woodrow Street, West Hartford, 

Connecticut 06107 

The purpose is to provide fellowship among the women of the Churches in 

Connecticut. All present at a meeting have voice and vote. 

EASTERN CONNECTICUT CONGREGATIONAL CLUB 

President, Rev. Clayton E. Richard, R.F.D. No.l, Fitchville, Connecticut 
06334 

First Vice President, Mr. P. Wendell Whipple, Al Harvey Rd., Stonington, 
Connecticut 06378 

Second Vice President, Mr. Charles Crosby, United Cong'l Church, Nor- 
wich, Connecticut 06360 

Secretary, Mrs. John M. Rogers, R.F.D. No. 2 Norwich, Connecticut 
06360 

Treasurer, Mr. Carl H. Fleming, R.F.D. No.l, Norwich, Connecticut 06360 
The purpose is to provide occasional meetings for interested persons in 
eastern Connecticut. All present at a meeting have voice and vote. 



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CONNECTICUT (continued) 



(X) SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT VALLEY CONGREGATIONAL CLUB 

Moderator, Mr. Robert Jordan, 389 Pine Street, Middletown, Connecticut 

06457 

Secretary, Mr. John E. Wright, Comstock Bridge Road, East Hampton, 

Connecticut 06457 

Treasurer, Mr. Gordon Moody, Dennison Road, Essex, Connecticut 06426 

The purpose is to provide fellowship among individual Congregationalists 

in the Connecticut River Valley. 

(X) WESTERN CONNECTICUT CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
FELLOWSHIP 

Chairman, Mr. W. L. Bowen, Village Lane, Harwinton, Connecticut 06790 

Vice-Chairman, D. D. Arnold, Birge Park Road, Harwinton, Connecticut 

06790 

Membership is open to individuals who are members of Congregational 

Churches in Northwestern Connecticut. 



ILLINOIS 

HOWELL D. DAVIES ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 
AND MINISTERS 

Moderator, Rev. Roger E. Dallwig, 2625 N. Talman Avenue, Chicago, 

Dhnois 60647 

Vice-Moderator, Mr. Warren E. Rich, 211 E. 141st Place, Dolton, Illinois 

60419 

Secretary, Mr, Milton D. Robinson, 7333 Forrest Ave., Gary, Indiana 

46403 

Treasurer, Mr. Richard Goettsche, 5605 N. Menard Ave., Chicago, Illinois 

60646 

ILLINOIS CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

Moderator, Mr. Edward Keeney, 1001 Ironwood Drive, Mt. Prospect, Illi- 
nois 60056 

Vice-Moderator, Rev. G. A. Ellcey, Box 15, Wataga, Illinois 61488 
Secretary, Mrs. Richard Lambert, R. 2, Box 130, Plainfield, Illinois 60544 
Miss Emma Sawyer, 828 Alton St., Alton, Illinois 62002 
Membership is composed of individuals who subscribe to the purposes of 
the Fellowship. All present at a meeting have voice and vote. 



IOWA-NEBRASKA 

(X) IOWA-NEBRASKA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRIS- 
TIAN CHURCHES 

Moderator, Mr. Guy Harris, 3232 S. 28th St., Lincoln, Nebraska 68500 
Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Ray Goecke, R.R. 1, State Center, Iowa 50247 

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MAINE 

(X) CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN COUNCIL OF MAINE 

Moderator, Mrs. Clark C. Newton, 41 Gamage Ave., Auburn, Maine 04210 

Vice-Moderator, Rev. Wesley Woodman, Congregational Parsonage, 

Warren, Maine 04864 

Scribe, Mrs. Samuel Andrews, 375 Sawyer Street, Portland, Maine 04100 

Treasurer, Mr. John M. Ness, 79 Fairview Avenue, Augusta, Maine 04330 

Executive Secretary, Rev. Lloyd M. Hall, Jr., P. 0. Box 102, East Machias, 

Maine 04630 

A Council composed of 21 Churches with voting privileges granted to 

delegates from Churches and ministerial members. 



MASSACHUSETTS 

(X) BAY STATE WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP 

President, Mrs. Theodore R. Desrosiers, 28 Gilman Street, Springfield, 
Massachusetts 01118 

First Vice-President, Mrs. Francis Cox, High Street, Hanson, Massachusetts 
02341 

Second Vice-President, Mrs. Howard E. Ferguson, 99 West Yarmouth 
Road, Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts 02675 

Secretary, Mrs. William Blanchard, Sr., 89 Nightingale Road, South Ar- 
mouth, Massachusetts 02664 
Treasurer, Mrs. Roger Witherall 

The purpose is to provide fellowship among the women of the Congrega- 
tional Christian Churches of Massachusetts. All in attendance have voice 
and vote. 

(X) JOSEPH J. RUSSELL MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGA- 
TIONAL MINISTERS 

Moderator, Rev. Harry A. Foster, 17 Princeton Street, No. Chelmsford, 
Massachusetts 01863 

Scribe, Rev. Dudley W. Wiegand, 26 Prospect Street, Topsfield, Massachu- 
setts 01983 

A Congregational Ministerial Association composed of ministers serving 
churches in eastern Massachusetts. 

(X) MASSACHUSETTS CONGREGATIONAL CHRISITAN FELLOWSHIP 
Moderator, Rev. Harry A. Foster, 17 Princeton Street, No. Chelmsford, 
Massachusetts 01863 

Assistant Moderator, Rev. Carl Schultz, 193 Main Street, Medway, Massa- 
chusetts 02053 

Secretary, Mr. Harry D. Chase, 75 South Main Street, Northbridge, Massa- 
chusetts 01534 

Treasurer, Mr. Matthew I. Chase, 290 Providence Road, So. Grafton, 
Massachusetts 01 560 

A Fellowship in which voting privileges are granted to delegates from 
member Churches. 

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MASSACHUSETTS (continued) 

THE MAYFLOWER ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
MINISTERS 

Moderator, Rev. David A. Lord, 52 Church Green, Taunton, Massachusetts 

02780 

Clerk-Treasurer, Mr. Gerald Gordon, 48 Campbell Ave., Rumfor, Rhode 

Island 02916 

An Association of Congregational Christian ministers. 



MICHIGAN 

MICHIGAN CONFERENCE OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES, 33 East Forest, Detroit, Michigan 48201 

Moderator, Mrs. Robert Collins, 1014 Floral Drive, S.E., Grand Rapids, 

Michigan 49506, 

Vice-Moderator, Dr. Clyde Wilcox, 421 Forest, Marshall, Michigan 49068 

Treasurer, Mr. Carl Stringer, 18660 Warwick, Brimingham, Michigan 

48009 

Secretary, Rev. Philip Gentile, 1550 Cherboneau, Detroit, Michigan 48207 

(X) CENTRAL MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRIS- 
TIAN CHURCHES AND MINISTERS 

Moderator, Mr. William Ketts, Jr., 2901 Robinson Road, Jackson, Michi- 
gan 49203 

(X) SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHURCHES 

Moderator, Mr. James K. Flack, 286 Larchlea, Birmingham, Michigan 

48009 

Vice-Moderator, Rev. Louis B. Gerhardt, 26275 Northwestern Hwy., 

Southfield, Michigan 48076 

Secretary, Mr. Robert A. Wilson, 1592 Cambridge, Berkley, Michigan 

48072 

Treasurer, Mr. Alvin W. Sass, 422 W. Eleven Mile, Royal Oak, Michigan 

48067 

An Association of 1 6 Congregational Christian Churches granting a vote to 

ministers and lay delegates. 

SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHWOMEN 

President, Mrs. Carl Asher, 2713 Glenwood Road, Royal Oak, Michigan 

48073 

Vice-President, Mrs. Warren Bushman, 30476 S. Greenbrier, Franklin, 

Michigan 48025 

Recording Secretary, Mrs. Stanley Kipp, 371 4th St., Pontiac, Michigan 

48055 

Treasurer, Mrs. Donald N. Cortright, 1731 Ivywood Drive, Ann Arbor, 

Michigan 48103 

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MICHIGAN (continued) 

WESTERN MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRIS- 
TIAN CHURCHES 

Moderator, Mrs. Victor C. Beal, 619 N. State, Stanton, Michigan 48888 

Assistant Moderator, Rev. Averill M. Carson, 102 Mapel Ave., St. Johns, 

Michigan 48879 

Scribe, Miss Beth Kerlikowski, 49 Bel-Air, N.E., Grand Rapids, Michigan 

49505 

Treasurer, Mr. Robert Palmer, 6500 W. Mt. Hope, Lansing, Michigan 

48917 



MID- AMERICA 

(X) MID-AMERICA CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 
Moderator, Rev. Max Wuellner, Neosho, Missouri 64850 
Treasurer, Mr. William Mishler, R.R. 2, Sabetha, Kansas 66534 
Executive Secretary, H. H. Sudman, 1141 N. Wheeler, McPherson, Kansas 
67460 

Voting privileges are granted to delegates from Churches and to individuals 
who are in agreement with the purposes of the Fellowship, 

MINNESOTA 

MINNESOTA FELLOWSHIP OF CONGREGATIONALISTS, 122 West Frank- 
lin Avenue, Minnespolis, Minnesota 55404 

Moderator, Mr. Marvin Johnson, 204 N.E. 10th Street, Waseca, Minnesota 
56093 

Assistant Moderator, Mr. Walter D. Walker, 4301 Brook Ave., Minneapolis, 
Minnesota 55424 

Secretary, Mrs. N. Peter Jensen, 5057 Xerxes Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minne- 
sota 55410 

Treasurer, Mr. Willys Jones, 115 N. Harriet Street, Stillwater, Minnesota 
55082 

Assistant Treasurer, Mr. Ira D. Owen, 4840 Pleasant Ave., Minneapolis, 
Minnesota 55409 

Assistant Treasurer, Mr. John W. Barber, 2300 Harriet Avenue, Minne- 
apolis, Minnesota 55405 

Voting rights are granted to everyone in attendance at a meeting who is a 
member of a member Church, or who contributes to the Fellowship. 



NEW ENGLAND 

THE MOUTAIN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

Moderator, Rev. Jim Metcalf, Box 158, North Pownal, Vt. 05260 
Vice Moderator, Mr. Earl Wiltsie, Jr., Harbor Road, Adams, Mass. 01220 
Treasurer, Mr. Benjamin Powell, Sr., North Pownal, Vt. 05260 
Secretary-Registrar, Rev. Joseph M. Cimbora, Jr., 40 Park Street, Adams, 
Mass. 01220 

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NEW ENGLAND (continued) 

NORTHEAST REGIONAL FELLOWSHIP OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIANS 

Moderator, Rev. Curtis C. Wing, 279 Forest Hills Road, Springfield, Mass. 

01101 

Secretary, Mr. Trygve Heistad, Box 212, Manchester, Maine 04351 

Treasurer, Rev. John Hatch, 3 1 7 West Main Street, Tilton, N.H. 03276 

All in attendance have voice and vote. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE MEETING 

Moderator, Rev. John Hatch, 3 1 7 Main, Tilton, N.H. 03276 

Vice Moderator, Mr. Joseph Woodward, Cornish Flat, N.H. 03746 

Scribe, Mr. Carl Clifford, Brookline, N.H. 03033 

Treasurer, Mr. Edwin Prescott, Route 8, Concord, N.H. 03300 

Executive Secretary, Rev. Arthur W. ChUds, R.F.D. 1, Canaan, N.H. 03741 

A gathering of Congregational Christian people in which membership and 

voting privileges are open to all who are in sympathy with the Fellowship. 

THE WHITE MOUNTAIN CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN PASTORS' 

ASSOCIATION 

President, Mr. Joseph Woodward, Cornish Flat, N.H. 03746 
Secretary-Treasurer, Rev. Norman Christ opherson, R.F.D. 1, Nashua, N.H. 
03060 

Membership is open to ordained ministers serving a Congregational Chris- 
tian Church, or as a licenciate or recognized lay preacher. 

NEW YORK 

(X) NEW YORK FELLOWSHIP OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES 

Moderator, Rev. Arthur A. Rouner, D.D., 125 Brooklyn Ave., Brooklyn, 

New York 11213 

NORTH CAROLINA 

(X) NORTH CAROLINA STATE CONFERENCE, INC. 

Moderator, Rev. W. McDougald, Rt. 1 , Box 58, Stedman, North Carolina 
28391 

OHIO 

OHIO ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 
Moderator, Rev. Karl D. Schimpf, 5506 Yermo Dr., Toledo, Ohio 43613 
Vice-Moderator, Mr. John Cushing, 50 Rocky River Dr., Berea, Ohio 
44017 

Treasurer, Mr. Freeman Crampton, 2119 Orchard Road, Toledo, Ohio 
43606 

Secretary, Mrs. Marilyn Chinnis, 5833 Holly Glenn, Toledo, Ohio 43612 
An Association of 13 Churches that grants voting rights to ministers and 
lay delegates. 

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PACIFIC-NORTHWEST 

THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

Moderator, Mr. S. Evan Davies, 83 E. Road, Tacoma, Washington 98406 
Assistant Moderator, Mr. George R. Nethercutt, 2415 West Glass, Spo- 
kane, Washington 99205 

Secretary, Mrs. Elma M. Schalock, E. 112 Rockwood Blvd., Spokane, 
Washington 99202 
Treasurer, Mr. Robert Pepper, Box 458, Kenmore, Washington 98028 

PENNSYLVANIA 

EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 

CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

Moderator, Rev. Tom Maher, 163 Center Ave., Plymouth, Pa. 18651 
Secretary, Rev. Alan Hipkiss, 670 Main Street, Edwardsville, Pa. 18704 
Assistant Secretary, Mrs. Flora Conrad, 406 New Grove Street, Wilkes- 
Bar re. Pa. 18700 
Treasurer, Mr. Herbert Craze, 279 Maclean Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 18700 

(X) WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 

CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

Moderator, Rev. H. George Osterwise, 318 Circle Drive, McKeesport, Pa. 
15131 

Vice-Moderator, Rev. Mark P. Jensen, 132 Homer Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
15200 

Secretary, Mrs. Elmer Meyers, Box 461 , R.D. 4, Irwin, Pa. 1 5642 
Treasurer, Mr. Roy Goodyear, 2810 D Street, Liberty Borough, McKees- 
port, Pa. 15134 
An Association of 1 5 Congregational Christian Churches 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN AREA 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES 

Moderator, Mr. Charles E. Hitch, Ekalaka, Montana 59324 
Vice-Moderator, Rev. Richard Kurrasch, Chadron, Nebraska 69337 
Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. H. B. Albert, Ekalaka, Montana 59324 

SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES 

THE SOUTH GEORGIA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRIS- 
TIAN CHURCHES 

Promotional Secretary, Rev. Ralph Watson, 1434 Cornwald Road, Deca- 
tur, Georgia 30032 

Moderator, Mr. Jack Pickett, R. 1, Oxford, Georgia 30267 
Recording Secretary, Mrs. Ronnie Carter, 113 Montrose Ave., Ft. Valley, 
Georgia 31030 

Treasurer, Mr. Charles Bailey, 310 Pecan Avenue, Ft. Valley, Georgia 
31030 



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WISCONSIN 

WISCONSIN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

Moderator, Mr. Robert Lotz, 9559 N. Regent Street, Milwaukee, Wiscon- 
sin 53217 

Associate Moderator, Rev. Charles Melano, 657 Bluff Street, Beloit, Wis- 
consin 535 11 

Secretary, Mr. M. Walter Dundore, 1418 Prairie Avenue, Beloit, Wisconsin 
53511 

Treasurer, Mr. Thomas Pfeifer, 1 145 Grignon Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 
54301 

(X) WISCONSIN CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION 

President, Rev. Arthur W. Greeley, Route 4, 1400 - 25th Ave., Kenosha, 
Wisconsin 53140 

Secretary, Rev. Harry W. Clark, 7300 North Santa Monica Blvd., Milwau- 
kee, Wisconsin 53217 

Membership is open to the ministers and and associate ministers of Congre- 
gational Christian Churches in Wisconsin. 



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MODERATOR 
Dr. Erwin A. Britton 
33 East Forest Avenue 
Detroit, Michigan 48201 
Phone: (313)831-4080 



NACCC OFFICERS 

N.A. AND CORPORATION 
SECRETARY 

Mrs. Robert S. Reese 

2861 Avenel Street 

Los Angeles, Cahfornia 90039 

Phone:(213)661-2722 



ASSISTANT 

MODERATOR 
Mrs. R. Kenney Orr 
13220 Caroline Court 
Elm Grove, Wisconsin 53122 
Phone: (414)786-5788 



ASSISTANT 
SECRETARY 

Mrs. Glen A. Mathews 
1185 E. Alvarado 
Pomona, California 91767 
Phone: (714)629-3665 



IMMEDIATE PAST 

MODERATOR 
Mr. William E. C. Bulkeley 
29 Belknap Road 
West Hartford, Conn. 061 17 
Phone: (203)233-0952 



HISTORIAN 

Mrs. Donald 0. Noren 

713 Iowa Street 

Maywood, Illinois 60153 

Phone:(312)344-8455 



TREASURER 

Mr. J. Fred Rennebohm 

P. 0. Box 339 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201 
Phone: (414)273-1067 



LEGAL COUNSEL 

Mr. Walter S. Davis 

324 East Wisconsin Avenue 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202 

Phone:(414)276-0200 



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EXECUTIVE STAFF 

176 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203 
Phone: (414)273-5960 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Dr. John H. Alexander 

ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Rev. George W. Brown, Jr. 

Business Administrator 
ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Dr. Walter J. Vernon 

Pastoral Relations and North American Missions 
DEAN OF THE CONGREGATIONAL FOUNDATION 

FOR THEOLOGICAL STUDIES Rev. George W. Brown, Jr. 



OFFICE STAFF 

BOOKKEEPER Mrs. W. S. Edwards 

CLERK-TYPIST Miss Grace Matson 

CLERK-TYPIST Miss Valerie Minor 

OFFICE MANAGER Miss Roberta Paetow 

STENOGRAPHER Miss Sandra Walters 



"THE CONGREGATIONALIST" STAFF 

EDITOR 

Rev. Richard P. Buchman 7330 North Santa Monica Blvd. 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 
Phone:(414)352-6123 



ASSOCIATE EDITOR 
Rev. Fred M. Dole 



P.O. Box 147 

Rockville, Connecticut 06066 

Phone: (203) 872^946 



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1969-1973 

Rev. Howard E. Bull 

P.O.Box 1219 

Carmel-By-The Sea, California 93921 

Phone: (408)624-0887 

Office: (408) 624-8595 

Mr. Leland C. Johnson 

Chairman 
9706 N. Sunset Lane, 28W 
Mequon, Wisconsin 53092 
Phone: (414)241-8222 
Office: (414) 933-4005 



THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
1971-1975 



Dr. Olin A. Lewis 
405 North 39th Street 
McAllen, Texas 78501 



Mr. Fred Luenberger 
6226 Corning Avenue 
Los Angeles, California 90056 
Phone: (213)645-2645 



Rev. Charles A. Melano 
620 Baldwin Woods Road 
Beloit, Wisconsin 5351 1 
Phone:(608)362-6168 



Calvin R. Openshaw, M.D. 
1 100 N. Main 
Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 
Phone:(316)662-3305 



1970-1974 

Dr. Charles W. Barr 

1 1 24 Sabron Drive 

East Lansing, Michigan 48823 

Phone: (517)332-2177 

Dr. Harry R. Butman 

Vice Chairman 
7300 W. Manchester Avenue 
Los Angeles, California 90045 
Phone: (213)670-2242 

Mrs. Einer V. Christensen 
502 Cass Street 
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301 
Phone: (414)432-8749 



1972-1976 

Wayne Crockett, M.D. 
1024 S. Sixth Street 
Terre Haute, Indiana 47807 
Phone:(812)232-7390 

Mr. Edward Dickinson 
7033 North Belmont 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 
Phone: (414)352-4228 



Mrs. Frederick V. Leversuch 

2735 Ayrshire 

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48013 

Phone:(313)334-5145 



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SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Administration and Personnel Dr. Olin A. Lewis, Chairman 

Mrs. Fred Luenberger 
Dr. Harry R. Butman 
Dr. Wayne Crockett 



Annual Meeting Program 



Dr. Erwin A. Britton, Chairman 

Mrs. R. Kenney Orr 

Mr. William E. C. Bulkeley 

Dr. Howard Conn 

Mr. Marvin Johnson 

Rev. Benton Gaskell 

Dr. John H. Alexander 



Annual Meeting Sites 



Dr. Erwin A. Britton, Chairman 
Rev. George W. Brown, Jr. 
Rev. Carl Asher 
Mrs. Einer V. Christensen 
Mrs. Robert S. Reese 



Interim 



Mr. Leland C. Johnson, Chairman 

Dr. Harry R. Butman 

Dr. Wayne Crockett 

Dr. Charles W. Barr 

Dr. Erwin A. Britton, ex officio 

Mrs. Robert S. Reese, ex officio 



Long Range Investment Policy 
and Gift Annuities 



Mr. Walter S. Davis, Chairman 

Mr. Walter K. Graham 

Mr. William R. Johnson 

Rev. George W. Brown, Jr. 

Mr. J. Fred Rennebohm, ex officio 

Dr. John H. Alexander, ex officio 

Mr. George B. Knight 

Mr. Arthur Slocum 

Mr. William Law 



Long Range Planning 



Mr. Robert G. Morris, Chairman 

Dr. Charles Barr 

Rev. Edmund A. Opitz 

Mr. Edward A. Dickinson 

Mrs. Frederick V. Leversuch 

Rev. Clifford D. Schutjer 



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SUBCOMMITTEES (continued) 



Membership, Bylaws and Procedures 



Rev. Charles A. Melano, Chairman 
Dr. Harry R. Butman 
Mr. Edward A. Dickinson 
Dr. Charles W. Barr 



Nominations and Appointments 



Rev. Howard E. Bull, Chairman 
Mrs. Einer V. Christensen 
Dr. Calvin R. Openshaw 
Mrs. Frederick V. Leversuch 
Mrs. Robert S. Reese 



LIAISON ASSIGNMENTS 

Christian Education . Rev. Howard E. Bull 

Ministry - Rev. Charles A. Melano 

Publications Mr. Edward A. Dickinson 

Spiritual Resources Dr. Harry R. Butman 

Women's Work Mrs. Einer V. Christensen 

World Christian Relations Mrs. Frederick V. Leversuch 

Youth Mrs. Fred Luenberger 

Building and Loan Mr. Leland C. Johnson 

C.F.T.S Dr. Wayne Crockett 

Missionary Society Dr. Calvin R. Openshaw 

Staff Dr. Olin A. Lewis 

Nominations, N.A. Officers Mrs. Robert S. Reese 

Credentials Rev. Howard E. Bull 

Resolutions Dr. Charles W. Darr 

Executive Finance Committee Dr. Wayne Crockett 

Long Range Planning Committee .Dr. Charles W. Barr 



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EXECUTIVE FINANCE COMMITTEE 



1971-1973 

Mr. A. B. Converse 
Chairman 



Dr. Howard Conn 



1971-1974 

Mr. Richard G. Jacobus 



Mr. B. Z. Kastler, Jr. 



Mr. J. Fred Rennebohm, 
Treasurer, Ex Officio 



1971-1973 

Rev. Karl W. Ostberg 



Mrs. A. B. Converse 



Dr. John R. Elmore 
Chairman 



485 Orchard Lane 
Winnetka, Illinois 60093 
Phone: (312)446-5771 
Office: (312)732-6011 

1900 Nicollet Avenue 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403 
Phone: (612)339-6317 



P. O. Box 339 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201 
Phone: (414)273-1067 

3777 East Millstream Drive 
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109 
Phone: (801)277-1900 

P. O. Box 339 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201 
Phone: (414)273-1067 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE 



One Crescent Street 
Norwich, Connecticut 06360 
Phone: (203) 887-7985 

485 Orchard Lane 
Winnetka, Illinois 60093 
Phone:(312)446-5771 

940 Mountain Road 
Bloomfield, Connecticut 06002 
Phone:(203)523-1757 



1972-1974 

Rev. David R. Carmen 



Mr. E. W. Adams 



Mrs. Richard Swartzbaugh 



R.R. 2, Box 54 
Franklin, Indiana 46131 
Phone: (317) 736^281 

1201 W. Main Street 
Marshalltown, Iowa 50158 
Phone:(515)573-8787 

4334 Forestview 
Toledo, Ohio 43615 
Phone:(419)536-3807 



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CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 



1972-1973 

Rev. Arthur W. Tiffen 
Chairman 



Mr. W. H. Foster, Jr. 



Mrs. Edwin A. Rutenber 



Mrs. Carl B. Stringer 



7730 Albion Road 

North Royalton, Ohio 44133 

Phone: (216)237-3696 

7129 Spring Lane 
Jonesboro, Georgia 30236 
Phone:. (404) 478-2765 

307Vi W. Cass Street 
Greenville, Michigan 48838 
Phone: (616)754-6266 

18660 Warwick Drive 
Birmingham, Michigan 48009 
Phone: (313)646-2259 



RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 



1972-1973 

Mr. Herman H. Sudman 



1141 N.Wheeler 
McPherson, Kansas 67460 
Phone: (316)241^096 



Rev. Curtis C. Wing 



31 1 East Main Street 
Middletown, Connecticut 06457 
Phone: (203) 346-0733 



Mr. Felix A. Kremer 



Rev. Raymond Clarke 



Rev. Daniel D. Arnold 



Dr. Benton S. Gaskell 



Mrs. Ruth Heath 



4945 Marathon Drive 
Madison, Wisconsin 53705 
Phone: (608)238-1373 

277 Main Street 

Hartford, Connecticut 06106 

Phone: (203) 249-8627 

Birge Park Road 

Harwinton, Connecticut 06790 

Phone: (203) 482-0873 

393 E. Alvarado Street 
Pomona, California 91 767 
Phone: (714)623-5578 

1848 E. 21st Street 
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 
Phone: (307) 632-7874 



100 



THE DIVISIONS OF THE CORPORATION 



BUILDING AND LOAN FUND 

The Building and Loan Fund was originally incorporated in April, 1959 (without 
stock and not for profit). In March, 1962 the incorporated Fund was dissolved and 
its assets were transferred to the corporation for the National Association with the 
Building and Loan Fund becoming a Division of the Corporation. 

Its purpose is to promote, encourage, assist, and in any manner aid the 
establishment, building, remodeHng, maintenance, repair, location and/or relocation 
of Congregational Christian Churches which are members of or affiliated with the 
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches. It seeks and encourages 
contributions from Churches and individuals so that it may extend assistance to an 
increasing number of Churches. 



1970-1973 

Mr. Donald P. Buchanan 



390 Hawthorn Lane 
Winnetka, Illinois 60093 
Phone: (312)446^419 



Mr. Leland C. Johnson 
Convener 



9706 N. Sunset Lane, 28W 
Mequon, Wisconsin 53092 
Phone:(414)241-8222 



1971-1974 

Mr. W. Harold Dobson 



310 S. Main Street 

P.O. Box 2165 

Salt Lake City, Utah 84 110 

Phone:(801)359-7741 



Mr. S. Evan Davies 



83 East Road 

Tacoma, Washington 98406 

Phone:(206)474-0638 



Mr. George B. Knight 



7119N. Barnett Lane 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 
Phone:(414)351-0254 



1972-1975 

Rev. W. Malcolm Gwaltney 



1790 Blackford Lane 
San Jose, California 95 1 25 
Phone:(408)269-9377 



101 



CONGREGATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR 
THEOLOGICAL STUDIES 

Since 1961, the Congregational Foundation for Theological Studies has been 
providing counsel and financial grants to students preparing for a Christian 
vocation. The primary concern of this Division is to provide our local churches with 
well-trained pastoral leadership. 

To date, forty students have benefited from the counsel of the Dean, the 
assistance of an advisor and financial grants. 

The Foundation's program is available to a well-qualified person determined to 
become a Minister, Director of Religious Education or some other kind of special 
Minister or Teacher. 

To continue its mission, the Foundation is dependent upon the member 
Churches of the Association to provide several things: 

1 . Regular fiscal support. 

2. Encouragement to young people in their parish to consider 
becoming a parish minister, Director of Religious Education or 
prepare for a special kind of ministry. 

3. Provide the Dean with the names and addresses of persons 
showing such an interest. 

4. Provide practical work experiences in the local church for 
seminary students. 

Dean: Rev. George W. Brown, Jr., 176 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
53203 



1970-1973 

Dr. John R. Elmore 
277 Main Street 
Hartford, Connecticut 06106 
Phone: (203) 249-8627 

Rev. Karl D. Schimpf 
5506 Yermo 
Toledo, Ohio 43613 
Phone:(419)472-6127 

Dr. Lester O. Schriver 
Chairman 
Sutton PI., South 
500 Osceola Ave., Apt. 310 
Winter Park, Florida 32789 
Phone:(305)644-7471 



1971-1974 

Mr. Robert G. Morris 
3458 Brantford Road 
Toledo, Ohio 43606 
Phone:(419)536-3464 



Dr. George V. Bohman 
1014 Edgewood 
Royal Oak, Michigan 48067 
Phone:(313)543-0959 

Mr. Martin Ferguson 
Box 344 

Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 
Phone: (307) 632-6189 



1972-1975 

Mr. E. W. Adams 
231/2 South Center Street 
Marshall town, Iowa 50158 
Phone: (515)753-3327 

Dr. Penrose Albright 
220 North Terrace 
Wichita, Kansas 67208 
Phone:(316)682-3725 

Wayne Crockett, M.D. 
3601 Ohio Blvd. 
Terre Haute, Indiana 46618 
Phone: (812)232-7390 



102 



THE MISSIONARY SOCIETY 

A statement of purpose for the Missionary Society, a division of the Corporation 
for the National Association, appears in the By-laws of the Corporation as follows: 

"To serve as the missionary agent of the churches of the National 
Association, and of such churches as desire its service; to receive, 
manage, and distribute such funds and properties as may be 
entrusted to it according to the expressed wishes of the donors, or in 
the absence of such designation, by the vote of the division; to 
counsel with such Churches as call upon it in the area of their 
missionary concern; and generally to stimulate the spreading of the 
Gospel of Jesus Christ by such means as are in keeping with the basic 
principles of the Congregational Christian Churches as stated in the 
Articles of Association and By-laws of the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches of the United States. " 

The activities of the Missionary Society are managed by a board of twelve 
members. The Board of Directors of the Corporation (Executive Committee of the 
National Association) appoints four members each year, for three year terms, to the 
board. All funds received are disbursed through the Treasurer of the National 
Association, 

One hundred percent of the funds received for missionary work from the 
churches, their organizations, and individuals, is used for missionary work because 
of the provision that funds necessary for administration and promotion are 
included in the budget of the National Association. Designation of gifts for specific 
missionary projects is faithfully complied with in the disbursement of funds. 

In 1972 the Missionary Society is supporting. Congregationalism in many conl- 
munities across our country, including churches in Alaska and Hawaii, together 
with mission work in nine countries overseas. A gradual increase in all major areas 
of interest and concern is to be expected. 

Exact areas of work, and details of all missionary concerns, are given in the 
Missions Directory. 



103 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY (continued) 



1970-1973 

Mrs. Clark C. Newton 
41 Gamage Avenue 
Auburn, Maine 04210 
Phone: (207)782-8192 

Mrs. Carl Megowen 
3010 Scarborough 
Toledo, Ohio 43615 
Phone: (419)536-5333 

Mr. D. Keith Deacon 
Chairman 

28336 Peppermill Road 
Farmington, Michigan 48024 
Phone: (313)477-2334 
Office: (313) 222-4502 

Mr. Thomas Weston 
Box 1 

Middleboro, Massachusetts 02346 
Phone:(617)947-3005 



1972-1975 

Rev. Walter A. Boring 
Drawer 278 

Soquel, California 95073 
Phone: (408) 475-2867 

Rev. Clyde R. Kauffman 
E.4125 17th Avenue 
Spokane, Washington 99203 
Phone:(509)534-0885 

Mrs. John S. Riddile, Jr. 
859 E. Ravine Lane 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 
Phone:(414)352-8130 

Mrs. Herman Sudman 
1141 North Wheeler 
McPherson, Kansas 67460 
Phone: (316) 241 ^096 



1971-1974 

Rev. William H. Foster 
5934 8th Avenue 
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140 
Phone: (414)654-0457 

Mrs. A. S. Irvine 
1385 Royal Oak Drive 
Mansfield, Ohio 44906 
Phone: (419)756-6685 

Rev. W, Thomas Keefe 
3833 East Superior Street 
Duluth, Minnesota 55804 
Phone:(218)525-1911 

Calvin R. Openshaw, M.D. 
llOON.Main 
Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 
Phone: (316)662-3305 



104 



COMMISSIONS OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

The Functions of the Commissions 

The Commissions of the National Association actually are extended sub-commit- 
tees of the Executive Committee, charged with responsibilities in specific areas of 
concern such as Christian Education, the Ministry, Publications, World Christian 
Relations, Spiritual Resources, Women's Work, and Youth. 

The Executive Committe designates a liaison representative to each Commission. 
Commission members are appointed by the Executive Committee for three-year 
terms so that one-third of the membership changes each year. The Executive 
Committee also appoints the chairman of each Commission for a one-year term, 
after consultation with each Commission. 

In practice, the Commissions are granted considerable autonomy in carrying out 
their responsibilities. They report all actions promptly to the Executive Committee, 
including recommendations for actions by the Executive Committee. Some of these 
recommendations require further action by the National Association at its Annual 
Meeting; in that case, they are reviewed by the Executive Committee, and its 
recommendations in turn are submitted at the Annual Meeting. 

In the case of some of the older Commissions, records have not become available 
on the enabling resolutions which originally brought them into existence. It has 
therefore been necessary to draft a current statement of their activities based on 
actual practice, as a matter of information to the membership of the National 
Association. 

The Commissions meet twice a year; during the winter months and immediately 
before the Annual Meeting of the National Association. Seminars are planned by 
many of the Commissions in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the National 
Association. 



105 



COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

The Commission on Christian Education was organized in 1957 to assist 
churches with their Christian Education programs and to help implement the 
progress of the Congregational Way. 

Believing that our historical heritage embodies the basic principles of freedom 
and fellowship, the Commission devotes most of its efforts toward Heritage 
Materials designed for all ages. The Commission is also aware of the difficulty 
encountered by many churches in choosing a total curriculum and has provided 
charts and guides to aid each church in the evaluation and choice of curriculum 
materials suitable for its immediate needs. 

It is our hope and prayer that through the influence of Christian Education the 
great freedoms of the Congregational Way will move forward to benefit all mankind 
and will inspire all to "stand fast in the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free." 

1970-1973 

Mrs. Allen Smart 1827 Underwood Avenue 

Chairman Wauwatosa , Wisconsin 5 3 2 1 3 

Phone: (414) 258^217 



Mrs. Charles Bagley 



3103 Greysolon Road 
Duluth, Minnesota 55812 
Phone:(218)728-3279 



Mrs. A. Vaughan Abercrombie 

1971-1974 

Mr. Freeman Crampton 



233 Prospect Street 

East Orange, New Jersey 07017 

Phone:(201)672-9121 

2761 Tamarack Drive 
Toledo, Ohio 43614 
Phone:(419)382-9923 



Mr. Rodney Dean 



2210 Shadowood 

Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 

Phone:(313)971-9371 



Rev. Robert Haldane, Jr. 

1972-1975 

Mrs. Margaret J. Dawson 



2524 Spring Arbor Road 
Jackson, Michigan 49201 
Phone: (517)784-0785 

5546 Sunny side Drive 
Toledo, Ohio 43612 
Phone: (419)474-3934 



Mrs. Mitzi L. Francis 



825 East River Street 
Spring Lake, Michigan 49456 
Phone: (616)846^728 



Rev. Curtis C. Wing 



279 Forest Hills Road 
Springfield, Massachusetts 01 128 
Phone:(413)783-7400 



106 



COMMISSION ON THE MINISTRY 

The basic responsibility of this Commission is the nurture of the Christian 
ministry in the churches of the National Association. 

Working closely with the Associate Executive Secretary for Pastoral Relations, 
the Commission concerns itself with policy aspects of securing ministers and all 
problems arising within the purview of his office. The Commission has been 
assigned the responsibility of overseeing the endorsement of our ministers as 
chaplains in Federal government positions. 

The Commission concerns itself with supervising financial assistance to our 
ministers facing emergency financial crises. The monies for this type of assistance 
come through special contributions to The Christmas Fund for Ministerial 
Assistance. 

Because of the shortage of fully ordained ministers to serve many of our small 
low-budget churches, the Corhmission on the Ministry has established a training 
program for preparing laymen to serve these churches in limited areas. A manual and 
other materials are available for a course in lay preaching from the Milwaukee 
office. The Commission is no less concerned with encouraging young men and 
women in entering full time Christian service, and therefore, retains a liaison 
relationship with the Foundation for Theological Studies. 

Always concerned with safeguarding traditional Congregationalism, the Com- 
mission on the Ministry recommends, whenever requested, material in the area of 
faith and order in Congregationalism. 

This Commission has inaugurated and has the responsibility for continuing the 
National Association Minister's Convocation held the second week following Easter 
each year. 

This Commission has general oversight of both the annuity program and the 
hospital-medical insurance program presently being recommended to the ministers 
and Churches of our fellowship by the Commission. Information on these can be 
obtained by writing to the Executive Secretary. 

1970-1973 

Mr. Roland L. Sutton Lincoln, Nebraska 68502 

Chairman Phone:(402)423-2588 

56 Western Avenue 

South Paris, Maine 04281 1972-1975 

Phone: (207) 743-8824 Rev. W. C. Carpenter, Sr. 

Mrs. Richard J. Bower ^°"^^ ^ 

762 Watchung Road Tifton, Georgia 3 1 794 

Bound Brook, New Jersey 08805 ^'^°"^- ^^^ ^^ 382-2589 

Phone:(201)356-1164 x. u r> c . 

Mr. H. G. Frentz 

1 97 1 - 1 974 3537 Live Oak St reet 

Rev. Carlton D. Cassidy Huntington Park, California 90255 

15 Centre Street Phone: (213) 587-1080 

Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts 02675 „ ^^i i- h;-. i 

^. ^. -,x ^l ^^^ Rev. Thomas F. Witzel 

Phone:(617)362-6800 16159 Poe Road 

Rev. Richard W. Horn Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 

1101 South 26th Street Phone: (419) 352-0308 

107 



COMMISSION ON PUBLICATIONS 

THE CONGREGATIONALIST: Editor, The Rev. Richard P. Buchman; Associ- 
ate Editor, Rev. Fred M. Dole. 

This Commission is charged with the responsibility of pubhshing n^aterials which 
will be of assistance to churches and individuals in their religious life and which will 
promote the work of the National Association. 

The Commission is responsible for the publishing, distributing and control of 
THE CONGREGATIONALIST magazine. 

The Commission will receive manuscripts for proposed pubUcations from other 
Commissions and evaluate them, making suggestions and seeking to integrate them 
into the program of the National Association. 

The Commission will also initiate pamphlets and leaflets which would be helpful 
in interpreting the wide ramifactions of the Christian way of life from the unique 
viewpoint of Congregationalism. 

The Commission is studying the best approach to the estabUshment of The 
Congregational Press as the publishing agency of the National Association. 



1970-1973 

Mr. Alex J. Arndt 
820 Champlain Street 
Toledo, Ohio 43604 
Phone:(419)246-6062 

Mr. Ronald Brown 
Chairman 
905 Madison 

Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 
Phone: (307) 638-6591 

Mr. Joseph Nelson 
213 Augusta Street 
Maywood, Illinois 60153 
Phone: (312) 343^953 



1972-1975 

Mr. Lester E. Grube, Jr. 
1511 Church Street 
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53213 
Phone: (414) 258-7375 

Mr. C. F. Temby 
208 Vliet 

Kewaunee, Wisconsin 54216 
Phone:(414)388-3081 

Mr. Robert M. Thornton 
P.O. Box 381 

Covington, Kentucky 41012 
Phone: (606)3414841 



1971-1974 

Mrs. George R. Berkaw 
14231 Penrod 
Detroit, Michigan 48223 
Phone:(313)837-1110 

Rev. Louis B. Gerhardt 
26275 Northwestern Hwy. 
Southfield, Michigan 48076 
Phone:(313)356-1660 

Mr. Robert G. Meyer 
63 Brunswick Avenue 
Lebanon, New Jersey 08833 
Phone:(201)236-2543 



108 



SPIRITUAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

The Spiritual Resources Commission undergirds the spiritual aspects of the 
National Association's program, and acts as a service agency of the Churches. It is 
charged with the responsibility of providing means for expression of the knowledge 
and love of God in both personal and corporate devotions, and of witnessing in the 
world to Christ and His Gospel. 

To these ends the Commission has arranged for Prayer Vigils at the beginning of 
recent Annual Meetings, as well as Prayer Breakfasts and other devotional periods. 
It has also undertaken leadership in seminars, and edited devotional aids designed to 
assist the Churches in their programs of evangelism and devotional life. 

1970-1973 

Rev. Norman C. Christopher son Naticook Road 

Chairman Merrimack, New Hampshire 03054 

Phone:(603)889-9300 



Mrs. George J. Mead 



(Summer) Mead Farm 

Center Harbor, New Hampshire 03226 

Phone: (603) 253^233 

(Sept.-July) P. 0. Box 17275 

West Hartford, Connecticut 061 17 

Phone:(203)523-1011 



1971-1974 

Mrs. Russell W. Gamage 



1972-1975 

Rev. Harvey W. Cutting 



Rev. Edward A. Hager 



8201 Tuscany 

Playa del Rey, California 90201 

Phone:(213)823-7104 

3312 Forest Drive 
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 
Phone: (307) 632-0728 

160Pryor Street S.W.-Room 218C 
Atlanta, Georgia 30303 
Phone: (404) 627-3623 



109 



COMMISSION ON WOMEN'S WORK 

The objective of the Commission on Women's Work is to further the work of the 
Kingdom of God by uniting the women of the Congregational Christian Churches in 
Christian Fellowship through programs of education, spiritual growth, and testi- 
mony expressed in stewardship and service. The Commission seeks to be a clearing 
house for ideas and methods found effective in promoting women's work in the 
local Churches and in the larger area of the nation and the world. 

The Commission is responsible for the Women's Work page in THE CONGRE- 
GATIONALIST each month and invites contributing articles and news items and 
pictures from all women's groups. 

For assistance in Women's Work, helpful material is available upon request from 
the national office, 176 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203. 
Among materials available are, "Program Planning" material for interesting 
programs, timely devotional readings, the Missions Directory as well as suggestions 
for hand work for missionary projects, and offering envelopes for the Women's 
Project. There is a slight charge for some of these materials to cover the cost of 
printing and maiUng. 

Each year, at the Annual Meeting of the National Association, the women select 
areas for our combined benevolences called the Women's Project. Each year our 

gifts have been larger and we hope for continued growth in our Women's Projects. 
The Commission supports and encourages state and regional meetings of 
Congregational women and the formation where desired of statewide Congrega- 
tional Women's Fellowships. 



1970-1973 

Mrs. Charles J. Dunlap, Sr. 
1 1 7 Hillson Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15227 
Phone:(412)884-6855 

Mrs. Harold G. Frentz 
Chairman 

3537 Live Oak Street 
Huntington Park, California 90255 
Phone: (213)587-1080 

Mrs. C. L. Banker 
1140 Forest Avenue 
Wilmette, Illinois 60091 
Phone: (312)251-0809 

1971-1974 

Mrs. G. A. Ackerman 
333 West Calvert 
Lincoln, Nebraska 68522 
Phone:(402)477-6309 

Mrs. Evan W. James 
11 68 Kellogg Street 
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303 
Phone:(414)499-2435 



Mrs. Robert K. White 
120 Prospect Hill 
Taunton, Massachusetts 02780 
Phone: (617)824-7104 

1972-1975 

Mrs. Earl E. Janikowsky 
1225 East Manor Circle 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 
Phone:(414)352-7567 

Mrs. William R. Toman 

Route 2, Box 27, Otto Road 
Neshanic Station, New Jersey 08853 
Phone:(201)369-8851 

Mrs. Wesley G. Woodman 
R.F.D.2 

Warren, Maine 04864 
Phone:(207)273-2142 



110 



WORLD CHRISTIAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 

The World Christian Relations Committee was brought into being at the 
MinneapoHs meeting in 1962, and at Wichita in 1964 was given full Commission 
status. 

In creating the Commission, the National Association charged it as follows: 

". . . The World Christian Relations Commission shall be charged with the 
responsibility for making effective witness to the Free Church Way in this 
country and around the world. It shall be the agency of the National 
Association of Congregational Christian Churches in initiating, imple- 
menting, sustaining, and improving relations with all other established 
religious bodies in a spirit of fellowship. " 
The World Christian Relations Commission has the vitally imperative obligation 
of making the Congregational voice heard in an ecclesiastical milieu where the 
presbyterial, episcopal, and papal claims are clear and insistent. The cause of 
Congregationalism will not be served by timid isolation. With wisdom, persistence, 
and imagination we will cause our Congregational Way to be seen among men. 



1970-1973 

Dr. Henry David Gray 



298 Fairfax 

Ventura, California 93003 

Phone:(805)644-3397 



Rev. James C. Beatty 



4521 W. 147th Street 
Lawndale, California 90260 
Phone:(213)676-1816 



1971-1974 

Rev. Lynn E. Hodges 



3407 N. 18th Street 
Tacoma, Washington 98406 
Phone: (206) 752-0447 



Mrs. Norman S. Ream 
Chairman 



7435 Oakhill Avenue 
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53213 
Phone: (414)258-9779 



1972-1975 

Mr. John Cushing 



50 North Rocky River Drive 
Berea, Ohio 44017 
Phone:(216)234-4238 



Mr. Clarence R. Scott 



One High Street 

Adams, Massachusetts 01220 

Phone: (413)743-1556 



111 



COMMISSION ON YOUTH 

It is the purpose of the Youth Commission to offer local churches youth 
program resources and support so that the churches can provide opportunities for 
growth in the understanding of Christian life principles, for the development of a 
sense of responsible freedom, and for serving the cause of Christ through 
fellowship and service. The Youth Commission does not seek to provide a total 
program for the local church youth, rather, it seeks to support these groups and 
extend specific help when it is requested. In accord with this aim, the Commission 
engages in the continuing development of resource material for use by the churches. 

Further, the Youth Commission seeks to provide opportunities for inter-group 
fellowship among young people through the National Association Pilgrim Fellow- 
ship and the Heritage of Pilgrim Endeavor (see below). An Annual Assembly for 
NAPF and HOPE is held each summer in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of 
the National Association. The Assembly is an opportunity for sharing, growing, and 
learning for the youth of our churches. 

Opportunities for service, which might otherwise be unavailable, are afforded 
through the Work Camps and Pilgrimages sponsored by the Youth Commission. 
These special programs are available to the High School and College young people of 
all National Association churches. Other projects, in this country and overseas, are 
sponsored as needs and opportunities arise. 



1970-1973 

Rev. Douglas L. Lobb 



2150 Foothill Drive 

Salt Lake City, Utah 84109 

Phone: (801)487-1357 



Mr. Gary R. Ohm 



3054 Olive Street 

Huntington Park, California 90255 

Phone: (213)581-3078 



Rev. Maurice 0. Dirette 



1800 West Clarkston 

Lake Orion, Michigan 48053 

Phone: (313)693-8225 



1971-1974 

Rev. Carl Asher 



1314 Northwood Blvd. 
Royal Oak, Michigan 48073 
Phone: (313)585-9550 



Rev. Gilbert R. Jones 
Chairman 



74 Pine Street 

South Paris, Maine 04281 

Phone:(207)743-5593 



Mrs. Richard Werwath 



3613 North 61st Street 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216 
Phone:(414)444-8918 



112 



COMMISSION ON YOUTH (continued) 



1972-1975 

Mr. John Burklo 



Mrs. Robert L. Carlson 



Rev. John J. Drag 



148 DeAnza Court 
Soquel, California 95073 
Phone: (408)476-1513 

Rural Route 1 

Rio, Illinois 61472 

Phone:(309)872-2185 

630 Ohio Street 

Terre Haute, Indiana 47801 

Phone:(812)232-8880 



DEAN OF THE 1973 YOUTH ASSEMBLIES 

Mr. Douglas Bloodgood 2516 Oakwood Ave., N.E. 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 49505 



ASSISTANT DEAN OF THE 1973 YOUTH ASSEMBLIES 

Mr. Franklin M. Buchta 222 N. 89th Street 

Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53226 



113 



PILGRIM FELLOWSHIP 

The purpose of the National Association Pilgrim Fellowship is: 

"To promote a free Christian way of life among the youth of our country; 

to unite all Congregational young people in worship, fellowship and 

service; to develop the spiritual qualities and leadership of youth; to 

convey our ideas to the world in Christian action. " 
The activities of the NAPF are directed by national officers elected at the Annual 
Meeting. As a part of the program of the Commission on Youth, the NAPF operates 
under the Commission with the assistance of an advisor appointed by the 
Commission. The NAPF strives to serve local groups by providing aid and 
encouragement at the Annual Meeting and by communications throughout the year. 



Carol Honeyman 
President 



3319 W. 16th 
Wichita, Kansas 67203 



Andrew Karr 
First Vice President 



2535 Spring Arbor Road 
Jackson, Michigan 49203 



Mitchell H. Milam 
Second Vice-President 



5425 Plaza Lane 
Wichita, Kansas 67208 



Mona Lee Westhauer 



240 N. Alabama St. 

San Gabriel, CaHfornia 91775 



Rev. Richard Liles, 
Advisor 



1511 Church Street 
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53213 
Phone: (414)258-7375 



114 



HERITAGE OF PILGRIM ENDEAVOR 

HOPE is an active fellowship of young Congregationalists who have graduated 
from high school and who wish to continue their ties with the National Association. 
It operates under the guidance of the Youth Commission and has an advisor 
appointed by the Commission. The objectives of HOPE are three fold: 

1. To provide a continuing fellowship for Congregational young people who 
have graduated from high school. 

2. To provide enthusiastic and dedicated leadership for the Pilgrim Fellowship. 

3. To become intelligent and creative adult members of the National 
Associatioa. 

Kathy Lloyd P. O. Box 97 

President Weeki Wachee Springs 

Brooksville, Florida 33512 



Joanne Werwath 
Mid-West Rep. 



3613 N. 61st St. 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216 



Paul Chierichetti 
Western Rep. 



3436 Verdugo Vista Terr. 
Los Angeles, California 90065 



John R. Barnicoat 
Eastern Rep. 



20 Rice Street 

Middleboro, Massachusetts 02346 



Rev. Terry Johnson 
Advisor 



1900 Nicollet Avenue 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403 
Phone:(612)339-6317 



115 



I. CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS 

Actively serving as ordained pastors and teachers and other ministers, 
missionaries, college and seminary professors and chaplains. 

The By-Laws of the National Accociation provide that the Association shall 
prepare a listing "of those who have ministerial standing in our Churches as 
ordained pastors and teachers and other ministers, missionaries, college and 
seminary professors and chaplains." It is to include only those having membership 
in member Churches. It is specifically provided that the 

"presence or absence of the name of a pastor or minister on this list shall not 
be construed as either conferring or denying ministerial standing. " 

The year of ordination is indicated after the name of ordained ministers. 



26 S. Harrison St., East Orange, NJ 07018 

9993 W. North Av., Apt. 347, 

Wauwatosa, WI 53226 

9112 Ravine Road, Kalamazoo, MI 49001 

37 1 34 Gilchrist, Westland, MI 48 1 84 

3046 Flora Lane, Wayne, MI 48184 

Gays Mills, WI 54631 

Park & Tremont Streets, Boston, MA 02108 

2755 Arrow Hwy. No. 81, LaVerne, CA 91750 

630 N. Hampton, Wichita, KS 67208 

Birge Park Rd., Harwinton, CT 06790 

56789 Bates Road, New Haven, MI 48048 

2713 Glenwood, Royal Oak, MI 48073 

3506 Lyndale Ave., So., Minneapolis, MN 55403 

P.O. Box 158, Cornish, NH 03746 

3707 W. 106th St., Inglewood, CA 90303 

Camp Wild Rose, Box 232, Wild Rose, WI 54984 

278 Katahdin Ave., Millinocket, ME 04462 

Rt. 1, Box 218, Richfield, WI 53076 

2142 Englewood Dr., S.E., 

E. Grand Rapids, MI 49506 
RED Yorkshire Drive, Hebron, CT 06248 
186 E. Millan, Chula Vista, CA 92010 
6020 Seville Ave., Huntington Park, CA 90255 
Villa Ridge, IL 62993 
Box 396, Ekalaka, MT 59324 
23 Kelleran St., Houlton, ME 04730 
Spring Creek, PA. 16436 
6130 Los Santos Dr., Long Beach, CA 90815 
805 Valencia Rd. Aptos, CA 95003 
430 Fair St., Traverse City, MI 49684 
762 Watchung Road, Bound Brook NJ 08805 
203 S. Sunset Tr., Michiana Shores, 

Michigan City, IN 46360 
540 S. Commonwealth, Los Angeles, CA 90020 
36 Ascan Ave., Forest Hills, NY 1 1375 



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Abercrombie, A. Vaughan 


1950 


Alexander, John H. 


1948 


Ailing, C.G. 




Altman, James H. 


1960 


Andersen, Earven A. 


1941 


Anderson, Thomas 


1970 


Anderson, Wayne 


1966 


Appelgate, Joseph M. 


1927 


Arendt, Eric H. 


1938 


Arnold, Daniel D. 


1970 


Arnold, Keith F. 


1972 


Asher, Carl 


1953 


Barrett, Timothy L. 


1970 


Barrus, Alvan 




Beatty, James C. 


1950 


Bech, David 


1960 


Bellingham, Richard K. 


1956 


Benes, Frank 


1972 


Bennehoff, P.W. 


1949 


Beres, Kenneth D. 


1970 


Berry, Reginald A. 


1937 


Berryhill, George E. 


1949 


Bethards, Gerald M. 




Billups, Charles B. 


1953 


Blake, Robert 0. 


1961 


Bodie, Joseph G. 


1966 


Booker, Vernon L. 


1938 


Boring, Walter A. 


1947 


Bouters, Myron D. 




Bower, Richard J. 


1965 


Bowie, George A. 


1938 


Bradshaw, William B. 


1958 


Brewer, Alvin 


1956 



Britton, Erwin A. 


1939 


Brockway, Duncan 




Brown, Charles T. 


1941 


Brown, George W., Jr. 


1949 


Brown, Walter E. 


1972 


Brown, William 


1948 


Browne, Eugene 




Brownell, Donald R. 


1938 


Bryan, Charles L. 




Buchman, Richard P. 


1959 


Buell, Clifford D. 


1930 


Burger, Lawrence 


1941 


Burr, William 




Butman, Harry R. 


1932 


Campbell, Robert 


1960 


Canney, A. Wallace 


1940 


Cantwell, Edward W. 


1929 


Carmen, David R. 


1957 


Carson, Averill M. 


1954 


Cassidy, Carlton D., Sr. 


1962 


Childs, Arthur W. 


1937 


Choomack, James 


1971 


Christopherson, Norman C. 


1968 


Churchill, Gerald C. 


1936 


Cimbora, Joseph M., Jr. 


1964 


Clark, Harry W. 


1955 


Clarke, Raymond 


1959 


Claxton, John W. 


1927 


Clover, Raymond T. 


1944 


Congo, David G. 




Conn, Howard J. 


1936 


Cooke, Joseph A. 


1955 


Cox, Barry C. 


1957 


Crosby, Charles H., Sr. 




Croskery, Robert W. 


1955 


Crosland, Stanley B. 


1926 


Curtiss, Ohmer J. 


1964 


Currey, Cecil B. 


1963 


Cutting, Harvey W. 


1955 


Dallwig, Roger E. 


1972 


Dancy, Kermit W. 




D'Arcy, David L. 


1971 


Deinstadt, Leslie G. 


1943 


Densmore, Douglas H. 


1942 


Dickey, Leslie Clair 


1971 


Dickson, Ronald W. 


1942 


Dillon, Robert L. 


1950 


Dobson, Robert F. 


1961 


Doriani, Max 


1957 


Drag, John J. 


1967 


Dumke, Allen W. 


1950 



15323 Grandville, Detroit, MI 48223 
Center, W. Hartland, CT 06091 
Bucksport, ME 04416 
485 N. 49th St., Milwaukee, WI 53208 
P.O. Box 38, Enigma, GA 31749 
503 W. Capital, Bellevue, MI 49021 
Box 84, Lafayette, OH 45854 
3435 N. Wis. St., Racine, WI 53402 
RED 1, Phillips, WI 54555 
6364 N. Berkeley Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 5 3217 
3885 Tuscarawas Rd., Beaver, PA 15009 
103 California Ave., Council, ID 83612 
62 Cheryl Lane, Pittsburgh, PA 15 236 
7257 W. 90th St., Los Angeles, CA 90045 
1421 Lincoln, Danville, IL 61832 
North Westchester, CT 06474 
Wolfeboro, NH 03894 
RR No. 2, Franklin, IN 46131 
102 Maple Ave., St. Johns, MI 48879 
15 Centre St., Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 
Oakhill Road, Canaan, NH 03741 
Park & Tremont Sts., Boston, MA 02108 
Naticook Rd., South Merrimack, NH 03054 
1919 Dimond Dr., Anchorage, AK 99507 
40 Park St., Adams, MA 01220 
9130 N. RexleighDr., Milwaukee, WI 5 3217 
34 Trivet Lane, Wethersfield, CT 06109 
Mackinac Island, MI 49757 
107 Allegheny St., Tarentum, PA 15084 
2875 Pine Dr., Cheyenne, WY 8200 1 
Riverview Acres, Houlton, WI 55082 
315 S. 9th St., Sabetha, KS 66534 
Box 633, Big Piney, WY 83 1 1 3 
Mohegan CongT, Montville, CT 06370 
3113 Kenwood Blvd., Toledo, OH 43606 
8 1 7 Bushnell, Beloit, WI 5 35 1 1 
3919 Shore Rd., Acme, MI 49610 
Route 2, Box 690, Lutz, FL 33549 
3312 Forest Dr., Cheyenne, WY 82001 
2627 N. Talman Ave., Chicago, IL 60647 
215 W. "L" St., Forest City, lA 50436 
811 Raeburn, Eaton Rapids, MI 48827 
2915 W. Ranch Rd., 1 16 N., Mequon, WI 53092 
Machiasport, ME 04655 
1 1526 Casimir Ave., Inglewood, CA 90303 
2405 Poloma, Pasadena, CA 91 104 
Miller St., R.F.D. 4, Middleboro, MA 02346 
1 1 Conant Road, Lynn, MA 01904 
Church Street, E. Smithfield, PA 18817 
31 Barton Ave., Terre Haute, IN 47803 
202'/2 Elm St., Peterson, lA 5 1047 



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Duncan, Herbert E. 
Dunn, Glen A. 
Dunwiddie, Lester N. 
Edds, James O. 
Eichorn, John 
Ellcey, G. A. 
EUerbush, Donald 
Elmore, John R. 
Emrick, Howard 
Erb, George 
Fellows, Earle Y. 
Petty, Maurice A. 
Fish, Merle E., Jr., 
Fleischmann, Robert H. 
Fleming, William A. 



1960 
1966 
1940 
1962 
1965 
1959 
1932 
1969 



1940 



Foster, William H. 


1943 


Fox, Calvin C. 


1961 


Fuller, Charles F. 


1933 


Fuller, Kenneth D. 




Gaskell, Benton S. 


1943 


Gay, Richard 


1946 


Gerhardt, Louis B. 


1955 


Gibbs, Roy 


1953 


Gilmore, G. Don 


1955 


Goddard, Albert L. 


1967 


Graham, Robert E. 


1970 


■Graichen, Harry H. 


1941 


Gray, David L. 


1963 


Greeley, Arthur W. 


1954 


Greene, Norman J. 


1969 


Grossman, Melvin 




Gwaltney, W. Malcolm 


1937 


Hager, Edward A. 


1963 


Haidle, W. Duane 


1969 


Haines, Nevin A. 


1954 


Haldane, Robert Jr., 


1953 


Haley, R. Earle 




Hall, Charles H. 


1960 


Hall, Lloyd M., Jr., 


1968 


Hallauer, Gerald G. 


1946 


Hammond, Richard C. 




Hammons, John H. 


1935 


Hannevik, Gustav 0. 


1936 


Hanscom, Clarence W. 


1936 


Harris, Lyndon Paul 


1944 


Havens, John J. 


1951 


Hayes, Stanley C.F. 


1952 


Heigham, Robert H. 


1943 


Henry, Donald S. 


1966 


Hessler, Donald W. 


1956 


Hickman, D. Lynn 





1932 439 W. 58th St., Kansas City, MO 641 13 , 

201 Grand, Friendship, WI 53934 I 

101 Maiden St., Mineral Point, WI 53565 I 

1964 Centre St., Nantucket, MA 02554 j 

400 E. Live Oak No. 22, San Gabriel, CA 9 1 775 ', 
418Coal,Wataga,IL 61488 | 
Union Cong'l, Warraod, MN 56763 | 
940 Mountain Rd., Bloomfield, CT 06002 j 
1250 University Ave., Adrian, MI 49221 I 
337 Hillcrest North, Hilliard, OH 43026 ( 
North Weare, New Hampshire 03281 ' 
2345 Robinson Rd., S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 4950^ 
7210 Chelan Way, Los Angeles, CA 90068 
469 St. Augustine Ave., Claremont, CA 9 1 7 1 1 
E. 49th St. and Snyder Ave., Brooklyn, NY 1 1203 
4033 47th Ave., Kenosha, WI 5 3140 
156 Alpine Dr., Amherst, MA 01002 
1 36 Elizabeth St. , Derby CT 064 1 8 
White Oaks Cong'l Church, Williamstown, 
MA 01267 

393 E. Alvarado St., Pomona, CA 91767 
c/o First Cong'l Church, 2610 E. Northern Lights 

Blvd., Anchorage, AK 99504 
24341 Lois Lane, Southfield, MI 48075 
65 Sherman St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 
Box 116, Chataroy, WA 99003 
215 S. Midland, Merrill, MI 48637 
1970 520 N. 9th St., Bayport,MN 55003 

28 W. 165 Countryview Dr., Naperville, IL 60540 
1422 N. Genesee Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046 
Rt. 4, 1400-25th Ave., Kenosha, WI 5 3140 
21015 86th Ave., S.E., Snohomish, WA 98290 
5050 Clover Lane, Toledo, OH 43615 
1790 Blackford Lane, San Jose, CA 95 125 
1 177 Constitution Rd., S.E., Atlanta, GA 30300 
226 S. 3rd St., Livingston, MT 59047 

401 Bethel St., Parkersburg, lA 50665 
2524 Spring Arbor Rd., Jackson, MI 49203 
Mt. Marion Rd., Saugerties, NY 12477 
57 Cherokee, Pontiac, MI 48053 
P.O. Box 102, E. Machias, ME 04630 
1525 2nd Ave., E., Spencer, lA 5 1301 
9 Chestnut St., Pittsfield, NH 03263 
Olden House, Weare, NH 03281 
Britton, MI 49229 

1421 Amy Court, Whiting, IN 46394 
19525 Cleveland Rd., South Bend, IN 46637 
Mount Hope, Kansas 67108 

204 Griswold St., Ripon, WI 5497 1 ? 

High Street, Hanson, MA 02341 
130 W. Seymour St., Philadelphia, PA 19144 
21498 Danbury Dr., Woodhaven, MI 48183 
706 Scott St., Napoleon, OH 43545 

118 



Hipkiss, Alan 
Hirtle, Ralph L. 
Hodge, William N. 
Hodges, Lynn E. 
Horn, Richard W. 
Horst, Edward H. 
Howard, Donald B. 
Hunter, Robert J. 
Hutchison, John S. 
Imhoff, Frederick J. 
Jatko, George 
Jensen, Mark P. 
Johnson, Gordon L. 

Johnson, Gordon W. 
Johnson, Terence E. 
Johnston, Gary W. 
Jones, Alan T. 
Jones, Gilbert R., Jr 
Jones, John J. 
Jones, R. Lewis 
Kalili, John L.A. 
Kauffman, Clyde R. 
Keefe, W. Thomas 
Keepers, Donald B. 
Keiser, Sherwood C. 
Kelloway, Aubrey 
Kemper, Robert C. 
Kershner, Howard E. 
Kim, Byung Won 
Knost, Peter N. 
Kohl, Manfred W. 
Krebs, Arthur H. 
Kruener, Harry H. 
Kunce, Eugene E. 
Kurrasch, Richard R. 
Lague, Ronald 
Liles, Richard D. 
Lobb, Douglas L. 
Lord, David A. 
Lord, Harvey R. 
Loungway, Ferdinand J. 
Lyon, E.D. 
Lyons, Gary V. 
Lyons, James R. 
Maalona, Leomiti 
MacFarlane, William 
Mackey, Jeffrey A. 
Maher, Thomas L. 
Mamea, Tusi F. 
Manahan, Carlton O. 
Marsh, Elaine 



1951 670 Main St., Edwardsville, PA 18704 

1942 Box 7, Eastford, CT 06242 
Box 125, Thawville, IL 60968 

1947 3407 N. 18th St., Tacoma, WA 98406 

1969 2517 "C" St., Lincoln, NB 68502 
1963 507-First St., W., Roundup, MT 59072 
1934 18 S. Washington St., Athens, NY 12015 

1963 2200 N.W. 26th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73 107 
1 1 W. High St., Bound Brook, NJ 08805 

1949 Box 552, Route 2, Saugerties, NY 12477 

R.D. 2, Old Owego Rd., Apalachin, NY 13732 

1970 132HomerPlace, Pittsburgh, PA 15223 

1971 Parker Mt. Road, Route 126, Center 
Barnstead, NH 03225 

1963 982 Glenwood Dr., Glennwood, CA 95442 

1966 4953 Emerson Ave., So., Minneapolis, MN 55403 

1972 27700 Bishop Park, Wickliffe, OH 44092 
1931 R.D. No. 2, North Windham, ME 04062 
1971 74 Pine St., South Paris, ME 04281 
1969 803 W. Church St., Brazil, IN 47834 
1930 Mason City, lA 50401 

1956 1520 Leilani St., Honolulu, HI 96819 

1949 E. 4125 17th Av., Spokane, WA 99203 
1944 904 Northland Ave., Duluth, MN 55804 
1956 2045 Stoddard PL, Pomona, CA 91768 

1950 121 S. 5th St., Duquesne, PA 15110 

1948 Haley Rd., Kittery Point, ME 03905 
1929 540 E. 6th St., Alton, IL 62002 

540 S. Commonwealth Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90020 

1965 1523 Griswold St., Port Huron, MI 48060 

1961 Church St., Kingston, NH 03848 

1968 5 Plympton St., Middleboro, MA 02346 
1946 716 N. Pine St., Anaheim, CA 92805 

1 940 1 84 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11201 

1927 608 S. 5th St., Marshall, IL 62441 

1971 920 Morehead St., Chadron NB 69337 

2742 N. Artesian Ave., Chicago IL 60647 

1969 1511 Church St., Wauwatosa,WI 53213 
1956 1823 Michigan Ave., Salt Lake City, UT 84108 

52 Church Green, Taunton, MA 02780 

1967 261 S. Main, Watervliet, Ml 49098 
1929 P.O. Box 32, Swansea, MA 02777 
1929 1042 Monroe St., Galesburg, IL 61401 
1961 761 Fourth Ave., Lake Odessa, MI 48849 

7234 Cottonwood Knoll, Birmingham, MI 48033 

1965 971 1 Carnation Ave., Fountain Valley, CA 92708 

1950 107 S. Main St., Roscommon, MI 48653 

1 97 1 86 Stephan St., Kingston, NY 12401 

1965 163 Center Ave., Plymouth, PA 18651 

1966 971 1 Carnation Ave., Fountain Valley, CA 92708 

1943 23 Belknap St., Portland, ME 04103 

1946 4904 10th Ave., So., Minneapolis, MN 55403 



119 



Martin, James 


1966 


Matheny, Stephen 


1939 


Maunder, Leonard H. 


1946 


Maxam, Victor J. 


1934 


McConaghy, William 


1936 


McDougald, W. 


1924 


McGrath, Roy E. 


1949 


Mcintosh, Roy 




McKeag, Willard 




McWaid, Robert A. 


1964 


Means, Glen 


1943 


Means, Lewis G. 


1943 


Melano, Charles 


1951 


Melvin, Argo J. 


1962 


Meriwether, Harold R. 


1962 


Merritt, Thomas 


1965 


Metcalf, Jim 


1964 


Meyers, Edwin A. 


1956 


Meyers, Robert R. 


1954 


Michaelsen, Richard 


1962 


Mitchell, Charles G. 




Morrow, Dennis 




Mullen, Donald C. 


1969 


Munce, Herbert 


1950 


Murdoch, Elmer M., Sr. 


1927 


Murray, W. Robert 


1968 


Neal, Fred L. 


1965 


Nelson, John R. 


1922 


Norman, Bertil V. 


1943 


Olsen, Arnold 


1953 


Opperman, Henry 


1967 


Ostberg, Karl W. 


1945 


Osterwise, H. G. 


1952 


Page, Lorene E. 




Palmen, Ronald 


1944 


Penrod, Robert F. 


1961 


Perkins, David E. 


1961 


Perrin, Wilbur H. 


1964 


Peterman, Bernard E. 




Peterson, Richard P. 


1971 


Petty, Thomas 


1969 


Phillips, Ronald C. 


1966 


Plumer, Stanley T. 




Poindexter, Robert 




Pokrifka, John F. 


1972 


Polk, Harold K., Jr. 


1971 


Potrafka, L. O. 


1966 


Price, William E. 


1964 


Pritchard, Richard E. 


1944 


Ragland, Terry P. 


1942 


Ray, Paul N. 


1963 


Ream, Norman S. 


1944 



407 N. Saginaw St., Durand, MI 48429 

P.O. Box 427, Almena, KS 67622 

341 S. Main St., Vermontville, MI 49096 

16115 Forrer, Detroit, MI 48235 

227 Brattle Rd., Syracuse, NY 13200 

Rt. 1, Box 58, Stedman, NC 28391 

321 Terrace Rd., McKeesport, PA 15135 

RED No. 1, Oneida, IL 61467 

1335 N. Somers, Fremont, NB 68025 

Orchard Road, East Haddam, CT 06423 

305 Parkhurst St., Fairfield, IL 62837 

Simms, Illinois 62886 

620 Baldwin Woods Rd., Beloit, WI 5351 1 

Rt. 5, Box 168-A, Fayetteville, NC 28301 

400 Iris Lane, Carmi, IL 62821 

2215 Morton Ave., Elkart, IN 46517 

Main St., North Pownal, VT 05260 

P. O. Box 97, Metlakatla, AK 99926 

338 Fairway, Wichita, KS 67212 

33 Walnut St., Winsted, CT 06098 

Shady Lane, Raynham, MA 02767 

Main St., Medway, MA 02053 

R.D. l,Milroy, PA 17063 

9389 Virgil, Detroit, MI 48200 

1 1 4 Prospect St. , Norwich, CT 06360 

1234 N. Prairie St., Galesburg, IL 61401 

108 Lake Dot Dr., Sanford, FL 32771 

14 Centre St., Milton, MA 02186 

1 1 Crescent St., P. O. Box 417, Derry, NH 03038 
Park & Tremont Sts., Boston, MA 02108 

RED, Mohawk, NY 13407 

1 Crescent St., Norwich, CT 06360 

318 Circle Dr., McKeesport, PA 15131 

Route 1, Brazil, IN 47834 

E 12621 Valley Way, Spokane, WA 99200 

12 W. Second St., Danville, IL 61832 
Iowa Ave., Box 656, Hayward, WI 54843 
213 Mulberry, Pomeroy, OH 45769 
Gaillard, GA 31078 

3636 W. Liberty, Oklahoma City, OK 73106 
Dover, IL 61323 

810Granger Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104 
20 Tisbury St., New Bedford, MA 02745 
426 Oaklake Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404 
4 Monadnock St., Troy, NH 03465 
1815 Long Valley Rd., Glenview, IL 60025 
441 1 E. Pontaluna Rd., Fruitport, MI 49415 
1 10 E. College Ave., Frostburg, MD 21532 
902 Mohican Pass, Madison, WI 5 37 1 1 
335 Tower View Dr., Green Bay, WI 54301 
123 W. Monroe St., Spring Green, WI 53588 
7435 Oakhill Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53213 



120 



Reed, Henry H. 
Reader, James W. 
Reid, Charles W. 
Reynolds, Byron 
Ricciardi, Natale 
Rice, Stanley K. 
Richard, Clayton E. 
Riddiough, W. R. 
Rittenhouse, H.B. 
Rottier, Frank 
Rowe, Gard L. 
Rupprecht, Arthur 
Scanland, Robert 

Schadeberg, Henry C. 
Schimpf, Karl D. 
Schleicher, H. Don 
Schneider, James O. 
Schriver, Lester O. 
Schultz, Carl 
Schutjer, Clifford D. 
Selgo, Ted. W. 
Sevier, Fred M. 
Shelton, J. B. 
Shirley, John 
Simons, Maurice D. 
Slater, David L. 
Slocum, James E. 
Smiley, Richard M. 
Smith, Paul F. 
Smith, Ronald W. 
Smith, Terry N. 
Smothers, Gary W. 
Sousa, Charles F. 
Spahr, Earle L. 

Spray, Howard A. 
Squires, Kenneth H. 
Stake, Donald W. 
Steece, Arvel M. 
Swanson, Harvey 
Swartz, Loren 
Thomas, Ronald, Jr. 
Tiffen, Arthur W. 
Todd, Lorenzo S. 
Toms, Paul E. 
Torvell, Charles D. 
Tucker, Stephen W. 
Tufts, Lester E. 
Turner, Jackson E. 
Tweed, Charles U. 
Tyson, Lee 



1957 

1966 
1958 
1925 
1956 
1950 
1926 
1964 
1968 
1945 

1952 

1941 
1967 
1946 
1952 
1920 
1956 
1962 
1970 
1949 
1960 
1912 
1970 
1968 
1967 
1970 
1954 
1953 
1958 
1959 
1965 
1953 

1968 



1947 
1931 
1952 

1953 
1952 
1947 
1954 
1971 
1961 
1946 

1968 



Chace Road, E. Freetown, MA 02717 

15607 Lakewood Heights, Lakewood, OH 44107 

81 Highland Ave., Bellville OH 44813 

1 1 131 S. Hoyne, Chicago, IL 60643 

193 George St., Hartford, CT 06114 

75 Hicks St., Brooklyn, NY 1 1201 

R.D. 1, Fitchville, CT 06334 

37 Centre St., Machias, ME 04656 

7 W. Walnut St., Friendsville, MD 21531 

403 N. Henderson St., Toulon, IL 61483 

455 E. 18th St., Brooklyn, NY 1 1226 

25-W 601 Butterfield Rd., Wheaton, IL 60187 

25835 Marquerite Parkway-Apt. 202, 

Mission Viego, CA 92675 
912 Macomber, Greenville MI 48838 
5506 Yermo Dr., Toledo, OH 43613 
8063 State, Central Lake, MI 49622 
4803 Stillbrooke, Houston, TX 77035 
500 Osceola Ave., Winter Park, FL 32789 
193 Main St., Medway, MA 02053 
604 Brae Burn, Mansfield, OH 44907 
820 Center St., Kewaunee, WI 54216 
7628 DePalma St., Downey, CA 90241 
1003 W. Main St., Marshalltown, lA 50158 
832 S. Lake Ave., Pasedena, CA 91 104 
1511 Church St., Wauwatosa, WI 53213 
385 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, NY 1 1238 
509 2nd Ave., N.E., Waseca, MN 56093 
250 N. Milford, Highland, MI 48031 
115 S. Martha St., Stillwater, MN 55082 
360 Larchlea Dr., Brimingham MI 48009 
649 Worthington Place, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 
28 Linfield St., Holbrook, MA 02343 
101 S. Main St., Middleboro, MA 02346 
6 Endicott St., P. O. Box 68 1 , Wolfeboro, 
NH 03894 

209 E. Second St., Perry, MI 48872 
Meadow St., Bingham, ME 04920 
1068 Park Ave., Schenectady, NY 12300 
One Monument Ave., Old Bennington, VT 05201 
264 Amherst, Berkeley, CA 94708 
Huntsville Rd., Chase, PA 18706 
Florence Ave., Ashland, ME 04732 
7730 Albion Road, North Royalton, OH 44133 
18118 60th Ave., N.E. Seattle, WA 981 15 
34 Cartwright Road, Wellesley, MA 02181 
394 S. Howard St., Gary, IN 46403 
349 St. Joseph St., Saugatuck, MI 49453 
South Main, Danby, VT 05739 
17435 Redwood Blvd., Lathrup Village, MI 48076 
705 S. Jackson, Mt. Pleasant, lA 52641 
16 Fobes St., Portland, ME 04106 



121 



Ubbelohde, Kenneth H. 


1945 


Utu, Lemuelu T. 


1962 


Utu, Taa S. 


1968 


Valentine, G. Arthur 


1926 


Vander Groef, John W. 


1957 


Vernon, Walter J. 


1950 


Vining, Lester 




Vomholt, Robert 


1954 


Voss, Lawrence E. 


1947 


Waser, Raymond A. 


1931 


Welty, Edgar S. 


1952 


West, Neville H. V. 


1963 


Westhof, C. J. 


1939 


White, Edward F. 


1940 


White, Mary A. 


1957 


White, Milton E. 




White, Orville H. 


1937 


Whiteley, Barrett J. 


1949 


Whitney, F. Eugene 


1968 


Whitney, Tom 


1956 


Wildfong, Fred D. 


1955 


Wilhams, Gaylord K. 


1965 


Williams, Gilbert K. 


1954 


Wilhams, Robert J. L. 


1966 


Wing, Curtis C. 


1969 


Witzel, Tom 


1969 


Woodman, Wesley G. 




Wright, Porter E. 


1950 


Wuellner, Max 


1964 


Wyanski, Richard 


1970 


York, WaUer E. 





207 N. 4th St., Clear Lake lA 50428 

2309 Tevis Ave., Long Beach, CA 90815 

971 1 Carnation Ave., Fountain Valley, CA 92708 

2708 Sharon Dr., Adrian, MI 49221 

46 Main St., Lubec, ME 04652 

2560 N. Sheraton Rd., Brookfield, WI 53005 

Juneau, AK 99801 

806 N. 3rd Ave., Maywood, IL 60153 

7365 Childsdale, Rockford, MI 49341 

301 Calle Rica, San Clemente CA 92672 

2143DrydenRd.,ElCajon, CA 92020 

313 Sunbury, Minersville, PA 17954 

109 Harding, Edmond, OK 73034 

New Bedford Rd., Rochester, MA 02770 

1236-8th St., N.W., Cedar Rapids, lA 52405 

405 E. 2nd St., Ankeny, lA 50021 

126 Edward St., St. Andrews, NB 

Good Shepherd Cong'l, Cerritos, CA 90701 

7021 33rd Ave., Kenosha, WI 5 3140 

810-14th St., Pawnee City, NB 68420 

1 123 Lake St., Kalamazoo, MI 49001 

P. O. Box 209, Lihue, Kauai, HI 96766 

P. O. Box 209, Lihue, Kauai HI 96766 

217 Townsend St., Lansing MI 48933 

279 Forest Hills Rd., Springfield MA 01 128 

16159 Poe Road, Bowling Green OH 43402 

Congregational Parsonage, Warren, ME 04864 

Dayton, WY 82836 

147 S. High St., Neosho MO 64850 

Searsport ME 04974 

Caratunk, ME 04925 



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II. CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS 

A supplemental listing of ordained Congregational Ministers who are retired or 
no longer engaged in full-time service to member Churches and those serving 
Churches in other fellowships, etc. 
Code: ME Minister Emeritus 

MR Retired Minister 

MS On the Mission Field 

MC College Administrator or Faculty Member 

MO Serving other churches; active in NACCC circles 

ML Presently engaged in lay work 

The year of ordination is indicated after the name of ordained ministers. 



Abbott, R. H. 


1952/MO 


Aulds, John 


1969/MO 


Axline, Chester J. 


1967/MO 


Bachelder, Horace L. 


1946/MO 


Bagley, Peter D. 


1971 /MO 


Balcom, Herbert 


1934/MR 


Barber, Julia 


1949/MO 


Barnes, R. J. 


1957/MO 


Barton, Parker D. 


/MO 


Beach, T.E. 


1953/MO 


Bennett, Fred D. 


1926/ME 


Bingham, Glenn F., Jr. 


/ML 


Blackledge, Wayne 


1955/ML 


Blish, Frank M. 


1932/MR 


Bliss, Sidney K. 


1940/MO 


Booth, Robert H. 


1930/MR 


Brown, Norman 


1935/MR 


Bull, Howard 


1961/MO 


Bunnell, Myron R. 


1932/MR 


Burton, Malcolm K. 


1928/MR 


Bushnell, Howard 


1963/ME 


Campbell, Albert 


/ML 


Campbell, Richard M. 


1963/ML 


Carpenter, W.C, Sr. 


1924/MO 


Chapin, Guy 


/MO 


Chase, Lewis A. 


1937/MR 


Claggett, Ralph 


1926/MR 


Clapp, Mary C. 


/ML 


CUfford, Earl 


1930/MR 


Clinchy, Russell 


1918/ME 


Coapman, Robert D. 


1968/MO 


Cree, Burk 


1960/MO 


Davis, Royal 


1955/ML 


Dirette, Maurice O. 


1957/MO 


Dole, Fred M. 


1969/ML 



Rt. 5,Tifton, GA 31794 

Rt. 3,Baxley, GA 31513 

2327 N. 52nd St., Milwaukee, WI 

First Church Unitarian, Plymouth, MA 02360 

Twelfth and Maine, Quincy, IL 62301 

Portage, ME 04768 

1 19 W. Hancock, Detroit, MI 48 1 1 1 

3025-1 2th Ave., Columbus, GA 31904 

Box 139 Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 

Rt. 3,Baxley, GA 31513 

Harbor Terrace, Nantucket, MA 02554 

Box 166, Bomoseen, VT 05732 

5205 Dahl Dr., No., Tacoma, WA 98405 

928 1 1th St., Rawlins, WY 82301 

Pond Street, Dover, MA 02030 

1200 S. Myrtle Ave., Sanford, FL 32771 

2359 Newport Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92627 

P.O. Box 1219, Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA 93921 

1 10-5 1st Ave., Casa Loma Park 

Bradenton, FL 33505 
1 159 River Rd., Agawam, MA 01001 
498 Canterbury Turnpike, Norwich, CT 06360 
50 Ascan Ave., Forest HUls, NY 1 1375 

14000 Henry Ruff, Livonia, MI 48150 
Rt. 5,Tifton, GA 31794 
101 West Main, Lexington, OH 44904 
Hayden Lane, BurHngton, ME 04417 
661 1 Traverse Ave., Benzonia, MI 49616 

4 Chestnut, Randolph, VT 05060 
Portage, ME 04768 
131 Patton Ave., Princeton, NJ 08540 
2810 Encinal, Allemeda, CA 94501 
Ringstrasse 768757, Zuerich, Switzerland 
P.O. Box 402, Sanford, ME 04073 
323 Cutler St., Allegan, MI 49010 
P.O. Box 147, Rockville, CT 06066 



123 



Dowd, J. A. 


1909/MR 


Dunn, Richard F. 


1971/MO 


Edwards, J. Edgar 


/ML 


Etukudoh, J. J. 


/MS 


Ferris, Harlo H. 


1923/MR 


Fiedler, C. Paul 


1968/MO 


Fifield, James W., Jr. 


1924/MR 


Flood, Edgar 


1957/MO 


Foster, Harry A. 


/MO 


Freeman, LeVern 


1926/MR 


Frehse, Robert 


1939/MO 


Gentile, PhiUp 


1955/MO 


Gia Russo, Paul 


1940/MO 


Good, Charles 


1909/MR 


Graham, G. Russell 


1943/MR 


Gray, Henry D. 


1928/ME 


Gray, Kenneth V. 


1938/ME 


Greathouse, Robert D. 


1959/MO 


Haldane, Robert, Sr. 


1933/ME 


Hanko, Charles W. 


/ML 


Hanna, Robert J. 


1947/ML 


Harris, Ralphe A. 


1911/ME 


Hatch, John 


/MO 


Henderson, Robert W. 


1959/MO 


Hewson, George C. 


/MO 


Hosking, Wm. T. 


1936/ME 


Inyang, A.M. 


/MS 


iwok, D. J. 


/MS 


Jaffa, Lawrence M. 


1949/MR 


Johnson, Harry W. 


1915/MR 


Jordan, Kroum, S. 


1935/MR 


Klein, E. G. 


/ML 


Klopp, Ward K. 


1920/MR 


Lacy, Inez 


1945/MR 


Landes, Howard J. 


1957/MO 


Laurentis, Joseph D. 


/MO 


LeMay, Harold E. 


1918/MR 


Lewis, Olin A. 


1932/MR 


Lindner, Kenneth M. 


1942/MR 


Lippert, Wilmot T. 


1957/MO 


Lordahl, Carl 


1930/MR 


MacDonald, Angus 


1933/ML 


Macdougall, Arthur R. 


1924/MR 


Marshall, George 


1968/ML 


Masselink, Bruce H. 


1936/MR 


McAlister, Milton V. 


1909/MR 


McCullough, Seibert 


1970/MO 



Rt. 2, Robbins, NC 27325 
201 E. St. Clair, Almont, MI 48003 
802 Monroe St., Ann Arbor, MI 48 104 
Congregational Church of the Light, 

Mbon Ebre, Ekparaksw, S.E.S. -Nigeria 
313 Oosty Ave., Oconomowoc, WI 53106 
Beecher, IL 60401 

118 Fremont Place, Los Angeles, CA 90005 
33 E. Forest At Woodward, Detroit, MI 48201 
17 Princeton St., Chelmsford, MA 01863 
3717 Hill St., Huntington Park, CA 90255 
506 W. Maplehurst, Ferndale, MI 48220 
1550 Cherboneau Dr., Detroit, MI 48207 
1829 N. 72nd St., Wauwatosa, WI 53213 
Liberal, Kansas 67901 
1 5 W. 8th St. , Claremont, CA 9 1 7 1 1 
298 Fairfax Ave., Ventura, CA 93002 
South Paris, ME 04281 

25 15 NW 56th St., Oklahoma City, OK 731 12 
215 Mussey St., South Portland, ME 04106 
P. O. Box 773, Palm Beach, FL 33480 
Box 146C, HoUand, MI 49423 
720 N. 2nd Ave., Maywood IL 60153 

317 Main, Tilton, NH 03276 
Miner Street, Middletown, CT 06457 
2702 Clairmont Ave., Birmingham, AL 35205 
822 Dodge St., Kewaunee, WI 54216 
Christ Baptist Mission, (Congregational), 
Oniong-Iman, P.O. Box 1, Etinan-UYO, 
S.E.S.-Nigeria 
Congregational Church of the Messiah, 

P. O. Box 35, S.E.S.-Nigeria 
418 College Ave., Modesto, CA 95350 
1301 N. 15th St., Boise, ID 83702 
Stony Brook Rd., Brewster, MA 02631 
2101 Regent Court, Modesto, CA 95350 
229 S. Ridgewood Ave., Apt. 324 

Daytona Beach, FL 32014 
1741 Clay St., Ashland, NB 68003 
HoUandale, MN 56045 
Paterson Heights, NJ 07604 
21 Old Rd., Eliot, ME 03903 
132 Golf Lane, Burlington, I A 52601 
924 Arlington Rd., Palmetto, FL 33561 
524 Kenwick Dr., Galesburg, IL 61401 
541 Berkeley, Tacoma, WA 98405 
1415 N. Second St., Stillwater, MN 55082 
Bingham, ME 04920 
89 W. Grand, Highland Park, MI 48203 
645 Cambridge Blvd., Grand Rapids, MI 49506 
South Paris, ME 04281 
R. R. 1, Reelsville, IN 46171 



124 



Mcllroy, Albert D. C. 


1924/MR 


Mergener, Paul 


1965/ML 


Metier, John 


1954/MO 


MUler, Robert E. 


1947/ML 


Mitchell, George E. 


1926/ME 


Morgan, C. Shannon 


1945/MC 


Morris, Scott, Jr. 


/MO 


Nicholson, William 


1972/MO 


Niedringhaus, Fred W. 


1927/ME 


Noon, Robert K. 


1945/ML 


Ogden, S. Duane 


1927/MR 


Ockenga, Harold J. 


1937/ 


Opitz, Edmond 


1939/MO 


Overstreet, R.N. 


1958/MO 


Page, C. Earl 


1938/MR 


Palmer, Philip 


1941/MO 


Parker, H. Franklin 


/MR 


Peace, Archie 


1936/ML 


Pfutzner, Gustave 


1969/MO 


Peirce, Jesse Pindell 


1933/MC 


Pridonoff, John 


1966/ML 


Pruitt, Robert 


1950/ML 


Read, Ralph H. 


1929/MR 


Riley, Walter H. 


1912/ME 


Root, J. Bernard 


1922/ME 


Rouner, Arthur A., Jr. 


1954/MO 


Rouner, Arthur A., Sr. 


1923/ME 


Rush, Charles 


1927/ML 


Sanford, Don A. 


/MO 


Schilling, Walter 


1915/MR 


Schreiber, Christian 


1954/MS 


Seebart, Arthur 


1921/MR 


Shepherd, George W. 


1925/ME 


Sinclair, Alexander G. 


1935/MO 


Solomon, Kenaz 


1967/MS 


Sorensen, Morten 


1926/MR 


Stevens, John A. 


1929/MR 


Stiles, Walter 


1967/MR 


Stoker, Louis C. 


1960/ML 


Strang, Max 


1921 /ME 


Street, Thomas T. 


1913/MR 


Stubbs, Harry J. 


1955/MO 


Swanson, Neil H., Jr. 


1945/MO 


Turner, G. E. 


1963/MO 


Walter, James E. 


1933/MC 


Ware, Johnny B., Ill 


1972/MO 


Watson, LaRue C. 


1916/MR 


Watson, Ralph 


/MO 



5 Plympton St., Middleboro, MA 02346 
125 River St., Eaton Rapids, MI 48827 
33245 Franklin, Wayne, MI 48184 
4025 Laurel Glen Dr., Broadview Heights, 

OH 44141 

245 S. 24th St., Terre Haute, IN 47803 
Piedmont College, Demorest, GA 30535 
Rt. 1, Sale City, GA 31874 
98 Sharp St., Kingston, PA 18704 
1 107 W. Memory Lane, Apt. 9B 
Santa Ana, CA 92706 
Precinct St., Lakeville, MA 02346 

1433 S. Gaylord St., Denver, CO 80210 
Gordon College, Wenham, MA 01984 

30 S. Broadway, Irvington-on-Hudson, NY 10533 

Rt. 3 Baxley, GA 31513 

1622 1st Ave., E. Spencer, lA 5 1301 

Box 125, Kawkawlin, MI 48231 

N. Chichester, NH 03258 

61 A Heritage Village, Southbury, CT 06488 

Preston City RED No. 1, Norwich, CT 06360 

Box 576, Demorest, GA 30535 

3433 5th Ave., San Diego, CA 92100 

2 1 1 9-29th Ave., S., Seattle, WA 98 1 44 

29260 Brooks Lane, Southfield, MI 48075 

Rt. 3, Johnny's Way, Westchester, PA 19308 

1 181 Wellington Dr., Deltona, FL 32763 

55 32 Wooddale Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55424 

181 WashingtonST.,Wellesley Hills, MA 02181 

1908 W. 41st St., Los Angeles, CA 90015 

346 College Street, Milton, WI 53563 

616 Broad St., Grinnell, lA 50112 

Missions Kinderheim, 233 Altenhof b., 

Eckernforde, West Germany 
2625 Borregas Dr., Aptos, CA 95003 
683 Leyden Lane, Claremont, CA 9171 1 
Kewaunee, WI 54216 
Ramavarmapuram, Nagercoil, Kanyakumari 

District, South India 
Rt. 2, Box 161, So. Portland, ME 04106 
Main St., Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 
31697 Lafler, Rockwood, MI 48173 
1 19 S. 9 Ave., Onalaska, WI 54650 
Box 1, Demorest, GA 30535 
1 Harwood Ave., Williamstown, MA 01267 
1750 W. 103rd St., Chicago, IL 60643 
P. O. Box 33, Haliimaile, Maui, HI 96787 
310 Sellars St., Douglas, GA 31533 
Piedmont College, Demorest, GA 30535 
Rt. 2, Waycross, GA 31501 
348 W. 1 1th St., Perris, CA 92370 

1434 Cornwald Rd., Decatur, GA 30032 



125 



Whitehouse, Norman 1941/ME 

Whitford, Catherine M. 1968/MO 

Wilcox, Clyde H. 1927/ME 

Wise, Irvin 1926/MR 

Wolcott, E. C. 1906/MR 

Wright, William Mosby /MO 

Yorke, Russel B. 1950/MO 

Young, W. Harvey 1 9 1 8/ME 

Youngman, William H. 1 9 1 5/ME 

Zikas, Philotheos /MS 



2515 Northwest 65th St., Oklahoma 

City, OK 731 12 
7730 Albion Rd., North Royalton, OH 44133 
421 Forest St., Marshall, MI 49068 
P. O. Box 354, Rt. 21, H^rveys Lake, PA 1861! 
1508 Belton, Webster Groves, MO 63119 
4020 Given, Memphis, TN 38 122 
794 W. Santa Ana, Clovis, CA 93612 
67 E. North Street, Galesburg, IL 61401 
716 Howard St., Santa Rosa, CA 95404 
P. O. Box 7, Alexandroupolis, Greece 



126 



LAY WORKERS 

Men and women holding office in local Churches or area groups; members of 
Boards and Commissions of the NACCC; or otherwise active in continuing Congre- 
gational circles. 
Code: C Church Clerk 

S Lay Member of local Church staff 

NA Officer, or member of Board, Commission or Committee of 
the NACCC. 

Student under Foundation for Theological Studies 
Active in continuing Congregational circles 
Officer of an Area Association, etc. 
Vaughan NA 233 Prospect St., East Orange, NJ 07017 

NA 333 W. Calvert, Lincoln, NB 68522 



A. 
A. 



CFTS 

L 

AA 

Abercrombie, Mrs. 
Ackerman, Mrs. G. 
Adams, E. W. 
Ahlen, Mrs. Louis S. 
Albert, Mrs. H.B. 
Albright, Penrose S. 
Aldrich, Mrs. Charles 
AUmond, Theressa 
Almen, Mrs. O. E. 
Anderson, Philip W. 
Anderson, Robert 
Andrews, Mrs. Samuel 
Archibald, Mrs. Evelyn M. 
Armitage, Mrs. Nathan G. 

Arndt, Alex J. 
Asher, Mrs. Carl 
Askew, Timothy W. 

Auten, Mrs. Raymond 
Azhderian, Miss Helen W. 

Bagley, Mrs. Charles 
Bahsler, A. Karl 
Bailey, Charles 
Baker, Mrs. David 
Baker, Miss lola 
Baker, Mrs. Margaret 
Balleine, Lawrence 

Bane, Mrs. Lois 
Banker, Mrs. C. L. 
Barber, John W. 
Barnes, Miss Muriel 
Barnicoat, John R. 
Barr, Charles W. 
Bates, Mrs. Evelyn 
Seal, Mrs. Victor C. 
Bengston, Anna K. 
Bennett, Mrs. Howard S. 



NA 1201 W. Main St., Marshalltown, lA 50158 
S 255 Terre Vista Dr., Terre Haute, IN 47803 
AA Ekalaka, MT 59324 
NA 220 N. Terrace, Wichita, KS 67208 
C 216 E. Second St., Perry, MI 48872 
C P. O. Box 201, Robbins, NC 27325 
C 4532 Jefferson, Kansas City, MO 641 1 1 
CFTS 475 E. Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves, MO 63 1 1 9 
CFTS Box 12, 199 Bridge St., South Hamilton, MA 01982 
AA 375 Sawyer St., Portland, ME 04100 
C Plympton St., Middleboro, MA 02346 
C 50 Westford Hill Rd., R.D. 3 
Westford Hill, CT 06076 
NA 820 Champlain St., Toledo, OH 43604 
AA 27 1 3 Glenwood Rd., Royal Oak, MI 48073 
CFTS Box 21708, Emory University, 
Atlanta, GA 30322 
C Britton, Michigan 49229 
C 1933 Tamarind Ave., Apt. No. 8 
Hollywood, CA 90068 
NA 3103 Greysolon Road, Duluth, MN 55812 

C 9 Hardy St., Nashua, NH 03060 
AA 310 Pecan Ave., Ft. Valley, GA 31030 
C 50 Random Rd., Hutchinson, KS 67501 
S 19525 Cleveland Rd., South Bend, IN 46637 
C 3539 N. 55th West, Wichita, KS 67205 
CFTS Vanderbilt University, Box 2736 Sta. B, 
Nashville, TN 37203 
C 1906-36th St., Kenosha, WI 53140 
NA 1 140 Forest Ave., Wilmette, IL 60091 
AA 2300 Harriet Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55405 

C Middleboro Rd., E. Freetown, MA 02717 
NA 20 Rice St., Middleboro, MA 02346 
NA 1 124 Sabron Dr., E. Lansing, MI 48823 

C 73 Providence St., West Warwick, RI 02988 
AA 619 N. State, Stanton, MI 48888 
C Bear Hill Road, Middletown, CT 06457 
C Neponset, IL 61345 



127 



Benson, Stanley D. 


C 


Berberich, Mrs. J. 


C 


Berkaw, Mrs. George R. 


NA 


Bills, Mrs. Ernest 


C 


Blackstad, Mrs. Alice K. 


C 


Blake, Mrs. John 


c 


Blake, Mrs. William 


c 


Blanchard, Mrs. Elizabeth 


c 


Blanchard, Mrs. William, Sr. 


AA 


Bloodgood, Douglas 


NA 


Bohman, George V. 


NA 


Booth, Ira 


C 


Bowen, W. L. 


AA 


Bower, Mrs. Richard J. 


NA 


Bowker, Mrs. Avis M. 


C 


Boyd, Mrs. Clarence E. 


C 


Bradley, Mrs. Gladys 


G 


Brenneis, Mrs. Edward 


C 


Briggs, Mrs. Eleanor 


C 


Britten, Mrs. Wayne 


C 


Britton, Mrs. Maureen 


C 


Broby, Majken 


L 


Brower, Hurley 


s 


Brown, Henry F. 


CFTS 


Brown, Mrs. Phyllis M. 


C 


Brown, Ronald 


NA 


Brust, Mrs. Harry 


C 


Bryant, John C. 


C 


Buchanan, Donald P. 


NA 


Buchta, Franklin M. 


NA 


Bulkeley, William E. C. 


NA 


Bulkeley, Mrs. William E. C. 


AA 


Burklo, Jim 


NA 


Burr, Mrs. Lawrence M., Sr., 


AA 


Burton, Mrs. Lorene 


C 


Bushman, Mrs. Warren 


AA 


Carlson, Mrs. Robert L. 


NA 


Carpenter, Mrs. C. V. 


C 


Carroll, Evelyn 


C 


Carroll, Howell 


c 


Carter, Mrs. Ronnie 


AA 


Chaffin, Camille H. 


C 


Chase, Harry D. 


AA 


Chase, Matthew I. 


AA 


Chierichetti, Paul 


NA 


Chinnis, Mrs. Marilyn 


AA 


Christensen, Mrs. Chet 


C 


Christensen, Mrs. Finer V. 


NA 



7 Stetson St., Lakeville, MA 02346 

432 S. 4th St., Bayport, MN 55003 

15231 Penrod, Detroit, MI 48223 

683-8th St., Mason City, lA 50401 

317-A Ave. Castilla, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 

52605 Walsingham Lane, South Bend, IN 46637 

4850 McCain Road, Jackson, MI 49201 

Box 88, Pullman, MI 49450 

89 Nightingale Rd., South Armouth, MA 02664 

2516 Oakwood Ave., NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505 

1014 Edgewood, Royal Oak, MI 48067 

Metlakatla, AK 99926 

Village Lane, Harwinton, CT 06790 

762 Watchung Rd., Bound Brook, NJ 08805 

Marshfield, R.F.D., Box 208 

Machias, ME 04654 
926 Mohawk St., Columbus OH 43206 
Leffingwell Road, Uncasville-Montville, CT 06353 
380 Edgewood Dr., Berea, OH 44017 
Gossville, NH 03239 

508 N. 17 St. PI., Marshalltown, lA 50158 
490 Tolland St., D. 7, E. Hartford, CT 06108 
Missions Kinderheim, 233 Altenhof b 

Eckernforde, Schleswig Holstein 

Eckernforde 2281 Germany 
Route 2, Robbins, NC 27325 
2045 Half Day Rd., Deerfield, IL 60015 
1520 Washington Ave., Portland, ME 04103 
905 Madison, Cheyenne, WY 82001 
3821 N. 57 Ter., Oklahoma City, OK 731 12 
17819 Maple Hill Rd., Wayzata, MN 55391 
390 Hawthorn Lane, Winnetka, IL 60093 
222 N. 89th St., Wauwatosa, WI 5 3226 
29 Belknap Rd., West Hartford, CT 06117 
29 Belknap Rd., West Hartford, CT 061 17 
148 De Anza Court, Soquel, CA 95073 
Obtuse Rd., Brookfield, CT 06805 
Musselshell, MT 59059 
30476 S. Greenbrier, Franklin, MI 48025 
RRl, Rio, IL 61472 
4532 Chamberlain, Wayne, MI 48184 
Machiasport, ME 04655 
R.D. 1, Roberta, GA 31078 
113 Montrose Ave., Ft. Valley, GA 31030 
Route 2, Box 1255, Hampton, GA 30228 
75 S. Main St., Northbridge, MA 01534 
290 Providence Rd., So. Grafton, MA 01560 
3436 Verdugo Vista Terr., 

Los Angeles, CA 90065 
5833 Holly Glenn, Toledo, OH 43612 
Mt. Hope, KS 67108 
502 Cass St., Green Bay, WI 54301 



128 



Claybaugh, Esther C 

Clifford, Carl AA 

Cobb, Miss Claire C 

Coles, Rita C 

Collins, Mrs. Robert AA 

Colvin, Mrs. Virginia C 

Conrad, Mrs. Flora AA 

Converse, A. B. NA 

Converse, Mrs. A. B. NA 

Cook, Mrs. Ray C. C 

Cooper, William AA 

Cortright, Mrs. Donald N. AA 

Cox, Mrs. Francis AA 
Crampton, Freeman NA, AA 

Craze, Herbert AA 

Craze, Mrs. Herbert C 

Crockett, Wayne NA 

Crombie, Ms. Marcia H. C 

Crosby, Charles AA 

Crosby, Ernest S. L 
Cushing, John NA, AA 

Dancy, Kermit W. CFTS 

Davies, Dorothy H. C 

Davies, Mrs. Elwyn C 
Davies, S. Evan NA,AA 

Davis, Miss Charlotte C 

Davis, Mrs. D. Dexter C 

Davis, Mrs. Dorothy E. C 

Davis, Ms. Francis H. C 

Davis, Walter S. NA 

Dawson, Mrs. Margaret J. NA 

Deacon, D. Keith NA 

Dean, Rodney NA 

Dean, Mrs. Warren S. C 

Deming, Walton F. S 

Denham, Allan C 

Desrosiers, Mrs. Theodore R. AA 

Dickie, Donald AA 

Dickinson, Edward NA 

Dickman, William C 

Dillon, Mrs. James C 

Dingle, Mrs. Robert J. C 

Dinsmore, Mrs. Maurice C 

Diton, Mrs. B. C 

Ditter, Mrs. Margaret C 

Dobson, W. Harold NA 

Doerr, Mrs. Carl C 

Donnelly, Miss Vesta I. C 

DriscoU, Mrs. Janet M., Jr. C 

Duncan, Mrs. Arthur AA 

Dundore, M. Walter AA 



104 W. Jefferson St., Toulon, IL 61483 

Brookline, NH 03033 

Box 104, Dayton, WY 82836 

2041 Daisy Ave., Long Beach, CA 90806 

1014 Flora Dr., S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49506 

Easy St., Danby, VT 05739 

406 New Grove St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18700 

485 Orchard Lane, Winnetka, IL 60093 

485 Orchard Lane, Winnetka, IL 60093 

Rt. 1, Pennsylvania Ave., Edmond, OK 73034 

2444 E. Ward Terrace, Anaheim, CA 92805 

1731 Ivywood Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48103 

High Street, Hanson, MA 02341 

2761 Tamarack Dr., Toledo, OH 43614 

279 McLean St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 

279 McLean St., Willes-Barre, PA 18702 

1024 S. 6th St., Terre Haute, IN 47807 

Murray St., Bingham, ME 04920 

United CongT Church, Norwich, CT 06360 

29 Del Mesa Carmel, Carmel, CA 93921 

50 N. Rocky River Dr., Berea, OH 44017 

215 West L St., Forest City, lA 50436 

RFD, Grafton, NH 03240 

1603 Calumet Ave., Whiting, IN 46394 

83 E. Rd., Tacoma, WA 98406 

Mt. Pleasant, lA 52641 

Birchwood Knoll, RD No. 1, 

Bennington, VT 05201 
727 E. Washington St., Hanson, MA 82341 
R.D. 1, Box 98 LeRaysville, PA 08829 
324 E. Wis. Ave., Milwaukee, WI 5 3203 
5546 Sunnyside Dr., Toledo, OH 43612 
28336 Peppermill Rd., Farmington, MI 48024 
2210 Shadowood, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 
424 E. 19th St., Brooklyn, NY 1 1226 
606 W. Woodruff, Toledo, OH 43606 
93 Oriole, Pontiac, MI 48053 
28 Gilman St., Springfield, MA 01118 
277 Main St., Hartford, CT 06106 
7033 N. Belmont, Milwaukee, WI 5 3217 
710 Sixth St., Oregon City, OR 97045 
360 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, NY 1 1238 
Rim Road, East Machias, ME 04630 
Whiting, ME 04691 
Central Lake, MI 49622 
1806 Wesley St., McKeesport PA 15132 
310 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, UT 841 10 
BigPiney, WY 83113 

95-39 Woodhaven Blvd., Ozone Park, NY 1 1416 
P.O. Box 7, Friendsville, MD 21531 
8383 Westlawn, Los Angeles, CA 90045 
141 8 Prairie Ave., Beloit, WI 535 11 



129 



1 



Dunlap, Mrs. Charles J. 


C 


Dutton, Christine A. 


C 


Dykstra, Mrs. Fred 


c 


Eckman, Adeline 


c 


Ehman, Mrs. Minnie 


c 


Elliott, Mrs. Earl M. 


c 


Endlich, Mrs. Herbert 


c 


Enos, Mrs. Sally 


c 


Erlandson, Miss Hazel 


c 


Palo, Fetu L. 


c 


Faust, Mrs. Lloyd 


c 


Ferguson, Mrs. Howard E. 


AA 


Ferguson, Martin 


NA 


Field, Mrs. Olga 


C 


Firlotte, Mrs. Paul I. 


C 


Fisher, Ira Joe 


s 


Flack, James K. 


AA 


Flagg, Lewis W. 


C 


Flegal, Mrs. Helen 


C 


Fleischmann, Robert H. 


CFTS 


Fleming, Carl H. 


AA 


Ford, Mrs. Alvin 


C 


Foster, W. H., Jr. 


NA 


Fowler, Mrs. Charles 


C 


Francis, Mrs. Mitzi L. 


NA 


Eraser, Mrs. Evelyn 


C 


Frazee, Flossie 


C 


French, Mrs. Eugene 


c 


Frentz, H. G. 


NA 


Frentz, Mrs. Harold G. 


NA 


Frey, Mrs. James N. 


C 


Frierson, Alfonso 


c 


Fritz, Mrs. Violet R. 


c 


Furstenberg, Mrs. Chester 


s 


Gagne, Mrs. Dorothy 


c 


Gallagher, Mrs. Patrick 


c 


Galvin, Mrs. Andrew 


c 


Gamage, Mrs. Russell W. 


NA 


Gardner, Hilda 


c 


Geist, Robert 


c 


Gillaspy, Mary Alice 


s 


Gillies, Mrs. Thomas C. 


c 


Glover, Charlotte 


c 


Godar, Mrs. Ruth 


c 


Goecke, Mrs. Ray 


AA 


Goettsche, Richard 


AA 


Good, Mrs. Isabel 


C 


Goodyear, Roy 


AA 


Gordon, Gerald 


AA 


Gould, Mrs. Lester 


C 


Gowing, Mrs. M. F. 


C 



1 17 Hillson Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15227 

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McKeesport, PA 15134 
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Graham, Walter K. NA 

Greene, Mrs. Viola S 

Grosh, Mrs. Leo F. C 

Grotte, Marguerite C. C 

Grube, Lester E. S, NA 

Gummo, Miss JoAnne C 

Haddon, Genia M. CFTS 

Halverson, Opal C 

Hamilton, Mrs. Faith C 

Hammang, Mrs. Gerald C 

Hammond, Charles C 

Hammond, Richard C. CFTS 

Hammond, Willis C 

Hamscom, Mrs. Jessie E. C 

Harlest, Mrs. Linda C 

Harris, Guy AA 

Harry, Mrs. Stewart C 

Hart, Mrs. Olive C 

Harvey, Mrs. Marilyn C 

Hawkins, Mrs. Maynard A. C 

Hawley, Robert C 

Hayhurst, Cuthbert N. C 

Heath, Ruth NA 

Heim, Mrs. Neva R. C 

Heistad, Trygve AA 

Henigan, Mrs. Barbara C 

Henry, Hermann R. C 

Herman, Mrs. Dick C 

Herzog, Mrs. Alyce C 

Hess, Mrs. Irene S 

Kibbler, Mrs. Frank C 

Hickman, Mrs. Theodore L. C 

Hintz, Walter C. C 

Hitch, Charles E. AA 

Hohmeyer, William H. S 

Holden, Miss Natalie C 

Honeyman, Carol NA 

Hovey, Mrs. Mary L. C 

Howard, William S. C 

Howell, Dumas C 

Hrdlicka, Mrs. Edna C 

Hudson, Mrs. Philip C 

Hull, Mrs. Neil C 

Hunsicker, Miss Marion C 

Hutchins, Ms. Evelyn G. C 

Irvine, A. S. NA 

Izant, Mrs. Gladys C 

Jacobus, Richard G. NA 

James, Mrs. Evan W. NA 

Janikowsky, Mrs. Earl E. NA 

Jaynes, Mrs. Russell C 

Jensen, Mrs. N. Peter AA 



4677 N. Wilshire Road, Milwaukee, WI 5 321 1 

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924-3rd St., W., Roundup, MT 59072 

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4016 Spring Lake Park Rd., Texarkana, TX 75501 

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1 168 Kellogg St., Green Bay, WI 54303 

1225 E. Manor Circle, Milwaukee, WI 53217 

506 S. Stehley St., Anaheim, CA 92806 

5057 Xerxes Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55410 



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Johnson, "Mrs. Barbara 


C 


Johnson, Ms. Joan 


C 


Johnson, Leland C. 


NA 


Johnson, Marvin 


AA 


Johnson, Wm. R. 


NA 


Jones, Mrs. Betty 


C 


Jones, Mrs. Jane 


C 


Jones, Mrs. Lorraine 


c 


Jones, Mrs. Myra 


c 


Jones, Willys 


AA 


Jordan, Robert 


AA 


Jorgensen, Earl 


C 


Kane, Miss Drena 


C 


Kanoho, Alfred 


C 


Karr, Andrew 


NA 


Kastler, B. Z. Jr. 


NA 


Kaufman, Mrs. J. A. 


C 


Kautz, Mrs. Mary 


C 


Keeler, Mrs. Ellen P. 


c 


Keeney, Edward 


AA 


Kelley, Mrs. Margaret P. 


C 


Kennedy, Patrick 


L 


Kerlikowski, Miss Beth 


AA 


Ketts, William, Jr. 


AA 


Keyes, Miss Helen H. 


C 


Kindred, Barbara 


C 


Kipp, Mrs. Stanley 


AA 


Kneebush, Ms. Harriet 


C 


Kneeland, Clarence 


C 


Knight, George B. 


NA 


Koenig, Mrs. Rudolph 


C 


Kraus, Mrs. Bernhardt 


C 


Kremer, Felix A. 


NA 


Kuehl, Mrs. Elmer A. 


C 


Kunnen, Mrs. Joseph 


C 


Kwiatek, Gary 


CFTS 


Kyburz, Mrs. Hazel 


C 


Lafer, Miss Sally 


C 


Lake, Mrs. Clifford H. 


C 


Lamason, Mrs. Robert H. 


C 


Lambert, Mrs. Richard 


AA 


Lange, William 


CFTS 


Larson, Mrs. Joan M. 


C 


Latham, Mrs. Henry 


AA 


Lawson, Mrs. Morris 


C 


Lee, Bill 


C 


Lee, Mrs. Carroll 


C 


Leonard, Mrs. Marion 


C 


Leversuch, Mrs. Fredrick V. 


NA 


Liffick, Mrs. Roy H. 


C 



560 Glen Dr., Madison, WI 5 371 1 

4824 Caladonia Rd., NE, Tacoma, WA 98422 

9706 N. Sunset Lane, 28 W., Mequon, WI 5 3092 

204 N.E. 10th St., Waseca, MN 56093 

731 N. Jackson, Milwaukee, WI 53202 

98 E. Reynolds St., New Castle, PA 16101 

48 Green St., Edwardsville, PA 18704 
Center Barnstead, NH 03225 
1302 Smith Ave., Royal Oak, MI 48073 
1 15 N. Harriet St., Stillwater, MN 55082 
389 Pine St., Middletown, CT 06457 
12229 S. Artesian, Blue Island, IL 60406 
1701 Moala PL, Oahu, HI 96786 
Lihue, HI 96766 

2535 Spring Arbor Rd., Jackson, MI 49203 
3777 E. Millstream Dr., 

Salt Lake City, UT 84109 
3014 Standish Ave., Parma, OH 44129 
Rural Route, Pomeroy, OH 45769 
E. Smithfield, PA 18817 
1001 Ironwood Dr., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056 
Quidnet, Nantucket, MA 02554 
1058 Roscoe St., Green Bay, WI 54304 

49 Bel-Air, N.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49505 
2901 Robinson Rd., Jackson, MI 49203 

40 Thimble Islands Rd, Stony Creek, CT 06405 

RRl, Box 122, Altona, IL 61414 

371 4th St., Pontiac, MI 48055 

Pittsford, MI 49271 

Route 4, Canterbury, CT 06331 

71 19 N. Barnett Lane, Milwaukee, WI 5 3217 

12024 S. Normal Ave., Chicago, IL 60628 

1337 Ellis Blvd., N.W., Cedar Rapids, lA 52405 

4945 Marathon Dr., Madison, WI 53705 

1103 1 St St. , Kewaunee, WI 5 42 1 6 

420 Jackson Street, Michigan City, IN 46360 

409 Prospect St., New Haven, CT 065 10 

155 Ogden St., Rockford, MI 49341 

1915 Long Lake Shores, Orchard Lake, MI 48033 

107 Union St., Holbrook, MA 02343 

292 South Metape Circle, Bound 

Brook, NJ 08805 
R. 2, Box 130, Plainfield, IL 60544 
3473 University, Montreal, Canada 
829 Bluff St., Beloit, WI 5 35 1 1 
Eastford, CT 06242 
Dalton, WI 5 3926 
Route 3, Hayward, WI 54843 
317 N. 6th, Sabetha, KS 66534 
1655 N. Milford Rd., Highland, MI 48031 
2735 Ayrshire, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48013 
RR 1 , Box 447, W. Terre Haute, IN 47885 



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Lindsey, Kay 


C 


Lindvall, Richard 


CFTS 


Lingner, Mrs. Ruth 


C 


Littlefield, Mrs. Donald A. 


C 


Lloyd, Kathy 


NA 


Lord, David A. 


CFTS 


Lotz, Robert 


AA 


Luddy, Mrs. Frances C. 


C 


Luenberger, Mrs. Fred 


NA 


Lynch, Delsie 


C 


Maddux, Frank G. 


C 


Makara, Mrs. Sue 


c 


Mallett, Horace G. 


c 


Manly, Wilmet 


c 


Marshall, Ms. Charlotte 


c 


Marvin, Edward S. 


c 


Mathews, Mrs. Glen A. 


NA 


Mattingly, L. P. 


c 


Matweeff, Shirley 


c 


Mayer, Mrs. Lucille 


c 


McBride, Mrs. Roberta A. 


c 


McCague, Ms. Carolyn 


c 


McCurdy, Mrs. Beverly 


c 


Mclntyre, Mrs. Margaret 


c 


McKinty, Mrs. Lynn W. 


c 


Mead, Mrs. George J. 


C, NA 


Megowen, Mrs. Carl 


NA 


Meinke, Miss Kathy 


C 


Meyer, Robert G. 


NA 


Meyers, Mrs. Elmer 


AA 


Milam, Mitchell H. 


NA 


MUler, Mrs. Abe H. 


C 


Miller, Henry 


C 


Miller, Mrs. Mary L. 


c 


Miller, Paul A. 


L 


Minzel, Mrs. Irvin R. 


C 


Mishler, William 


AA 


Moody, Gordon 


AA 


Morris, Mrs. Duane 


C 


Morris, Robert G. 


NA 


Moulton, Mrs. S. H. Wells 


C 


Mueller, Mrs. June 


C 


Murlin, Mrs. Millicent 


c 


Murray, Mrs. Howard 


c 


Murray, Mrs. Leroy 


AA 


Murray, Mrs. William 


C 


Musk, Edward 


C 


Naugle, Mrs. Zelda 


C 



19115 Broadway, Snohomish, WA 98290 
52 W. Main, Rockford, MI 49341 
North Pownal,VT 05260 
5 1 Stony Brook Rd., Raynham, MA 02767 
P.O. Box 97, Weeki Wachee Springs, 
Brooksville, FL 33512 
45 Broadway, Taunton, MA 02780 
9559 N. Regent St., Milwaukee, WI 5 3217 
4169 Lakeside Dr., Glen Ellen, CA 95442 

6226 Corning Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90056 
R No. 3, McLeansboro, IL 62859 

15 10 Brighton Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73120 

319 Regency Park Dr., Agawam, MA 01001 

15 Hiram Rd., Lynn, MA 01904 

1511 Church St., Wauwatosa,WI 5 3213 

205 Main St., Pittsford, MI 49271 

27580 E. California, Lathrup 

Village, MI 48076 

1 185 E. Alvarado, Pomona, CA 91767 
588 Lee St., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 
MontvUle, CT 06370 
20010 Gratiot Rd., Merrill, MI 48637 
Box 424, Genoa, NB 68640 
Lafayette, OH 45854 
2807 Holly Ave., Arcadia, CA 91006 
30260 Acacia, Livonia, MI 48154 
R.R. 1, Elmwood, IL 61529 
P. O. Box 17275, West Hartford, CT 061 17 
3010 Scarborough, Toledo, OH 43615 
1617 Spruce St., DesPlaines, IL 60018 
63 Brunswick Ave., Lebanon, NJ 08833 
Box 461, R.D. 4, Irwin, PA 15642 
5425 Plaza Lane, Wichita, KS 67208 
1916 Kent Rd., Duluth, MN 55812 
7 Shaw St., Medway, MA 02053 
1739 Harper Ct., La Vern, CA 91750 
6807 East Bayley, Wichita, KS 67207 
E. 815 14th Ave., Spokane, WA 99202 
RR 2, Sabetha, Kansas 66534 
Dennison Rd., Essex, CT 06426 
912 9th St., NE, Waseca. MN 56093 
3458 Brantford Rd., Toledo, OH 43606 
833 Haley Rd., Kittery Point, ME 03905 
6035 Laurel Grove Ave., North 

Hollywood, CA 91606 
1 149 Elm, Frankfort, MI 49635 
423 Margaret St., Herkimer, NY 13350 
59 Thimble Islands Rd., Stony 

Creek, CT 06405 
7 High Street, Lubec, ME 04652 
2235 Silverville Rd., Freeport, PA 16229 

6227 Hood Ave., Huntington Park, CA 90255 



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Nelson, Carl R. C 

Nelson, Mrs. Hester C 

Nelson, Joseph NA 

Nesler, Mrs. William J. C 

Ness, John M. AA 

Nethercutt, George R. AA 

Newman, Mrs. Harry F. C 
Newton, Mrs. Clark C. NA, AA 

Nihi, Mrs. Patricia C 

Noren, Mrs. Donald O. NA, C 

O'Brion, Mrs. Dena C 

Ohm, Gary R. NA 

Openshaw, Calvin R. NA 

Orester, Mrs. William C 

Orr, Mrs. R. Kenney NA 

Ous, Mrs. Betty C 

Owen, Ira D. AA 

Owens, John C 

Paige, Mrs. Paul C 

Palmer, Mrs. Monroe C 

Palmer, Robert AA 

Pantlind, Mrs. J. Boyd C 

Parks, Mrs. Frank C 

Parsisson, Mrs. Francis L. C 

Peck, Mrs. Esther B. C 

Pelletier, Mrs. Donat C 

Pepper, Robert AA 

Perrcault, Rae Marie C 

Perry, H. Clinton, Jr. CFTS 

Peters, Charles S. AA 

Pfeifer, Thomas AA 

Pickett, Jack A A 

Polgar, Miss Pamela C 

Powell, Benjamin, Sr. AA 

Prescott, Edwin AA 

Price, Mrs. Frances J. C 

Pritchard, Richard E., Jr. CFTS 

Raab, Mrs. Ralph C 

Randall, Edwin CFTS 

Randell, Mrs. James C 

Ream, Mrs. Norman S. NA 

Reed, Mrs. Connie C 

Reed, Mrs. Garnett C 

Reese, Mrs. Robert S. NA 

Reilly, Henry B. C 

Remusat, Mrs. Helen W. C 

Rennebohm, J. Fred NA 

Rice, Dr. Robert E. C 

Rich, Warren E. AA 

Richard, Thomas M. CFTS 

Riddile, Mrs. John S., Jr. NA 

Rieck, Larry W. CFTS 



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R3, Box 552, Traverse City, MI 49684 
Box 34, Oneida, IL 61467 

213 Augusta St., Maywood, IL 60153 
Route l,Beloit,WI 53511 
79 Fairview Ave., Augusta, ME 04330 
2415 West Glass, Spokane,' WA 99205 
1837 3rd Ave., Beaver Falls, PA 15010 
41 Gamage Ave., Auburn, ME 04210 
41-569 Hihimanu, Oahu, HI 96795 
713 Iowa St., Maywood, IL 60153 
1829 Converse, Cheyenne, WY 82001 
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1 100 N. Main, Hutchinson, KS 67501 
1631 "F" St., Lincoln, NB 68502 
13220 Caroline Court, Elm Grove, WI 53122 
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6500 W. Mt. Hope, Lansing, MI 48917 
333 Briarwood SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506 
Route 4, Plainfield, IL 60544 

408 Bridge Rd., Florence, MA 01060 
Hinsdale Rd, Windsor, MA 01270 
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Box 458, Kenmore, WA 98028 

3635 Carr Rd., Fruitport, MI 49415 

2403 Blythe, Dallas, TX 75228 

12066 A Paramount Blvd., Paramount, CA 92805 

1 145 Grignon St., Green Bay, WI 54301 

Rt. 1, Oxford, GA 30267 

29061 Willowick Dr., Wickliffe, OH 44092 

North Pownal,VT 05260 

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28 Willow St., Adams, MA 01220 

228 College Ave., Richmond, IN 47374 

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7435 Oakhill Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53213 

1025 East Hyde Park Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90302 

416 N. Main, Watervliet, MI 49098 

2861 Avenel St., Los Angeles, CA 90039 

305 S. Sixth St., Livingston, MT 59047 

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P.O. Box 339, Milwaukee, WI 53201 

220 Orange, Greenville, MI 48838 

211 E. 141st PI., Dolton, IL 60419 

214 Cedar St., Bangor, ME 04401 

859 E. Ravine Lane, Milwaukee, WI 53217 
2045 Half Day Rd., Box D-838 
Deerfield, I L 60015 
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Ritz, Mrs. Carolyn 


C 


Robinson, Milton D. 


AA 


Rogers, Mrs. John M. 


AA 


Rogers, Mrs. Katharine F.M. 


C 


Ross, William Earl 


C 


Russell, Mrs. Grace M. 


C 


Rutenber, Mrs. Edwin A. 


NA 


Rygmyr, Mrs. Roy 


C 


Sampson, Richard I. 


L 


Sass, Alvin W. 


AA 


Sautter, Helen 


C 


Sawyer, Mrs. Alan 


C 


Sawyer, Mrs. Clifford 


C 


Sawyer, Miss Emma 


AA 


Schaffer, Mrs. Elva 


C 


Schalock, Mrs. Elma M. 


AA 


Scheidler, Mrs. Wendell 


C 


Schmidt, Mrs. Peter C. 


C 


Schneider, Mary J. 


c 


Scholl, Inex 


c 


Scott, Clarence R. 


NA 


Shade, Miss Chris 


C 


Sharp, William M. 


CFTS 


Shepard, Mrs. Roy 


C 


Shirley, Miss Dorothy 


AA 


Sievers, Mrs. Albert 


C 


Silson, Mrs. Louis R. 


C 


Skelly, Wilfred 


C 


Skoglund, Mrs. Charles 


C 


Skorupski, Mrs. John 


C 


Slate, Miss Bonnie 


C 


Smart, Mrs. Allen 


NA 


Smith, Elaine 


C 


Smith, Mrs. Francella A. 


c 


Smith, Helen M. 


c 


Smith, Mrs. Judith C. 


c 


Smith, Mrs. Marion A. 


c 


Southard, Mrs. Edna 


c 


Spicknall, Mrs. Harrold 


c 


Stephens, Jobfred 


L 


Stevens, Miss Doris I. 


AA 


Stickels, Charles A. 


C 


Stinger, Mrs. Lottie 


C 


Stockman, Mrs. D. D. 


C 


Stone, Jere G. 


CFTS 


Stoner, Mrs. Margery 


C 


Stoufer, WiUiam K. 


L 


Stringer, Carl B. 


AA 


Stringer, Mrs. Carl B. 


NA 


Sudman, Mrs. Herman H. 


NA,AA 



1044 N. Bonnie Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90026 

7333 Forrest Ave., Gary, IN 46403 

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Box 265, Almena, KS 67622 

3071/2 Cass ST., Greenville, MI 48838 

546 N. 4th St., Forest City lA 50436 

1000 Norton Bldg., Seattle, WA 98104 

422 W. Eleven Mile, Royal Oak, MI 48067 

Rt. 1, Bowling Green, OH 43402 

Mackinac Island, MI 49757 

Star Route 3, Windsor, VT 05089 

828 Alton St., Alton, IL 62002 

2021 Deane Blvd., Racine, WI 5 3403 

E. 1 12 Rockwood Blvd., Spokane, WA 99202 

Rl, Box 287, Coldwater, MI 49036 

Denmark, ME 04022 

618 W. Market St., PottsvUle, PA 17901 

Spring Green, WI 53588 

One High St., Adams, MA 01220 

929 Custer Dr., Toledo, OH 43612 

2201 S. University Blvd., Denver, CO 80210 

Pine River, WI 54965 

24 Laurel St., Middletown, CT 06457 

Leesville, Moodus, CT 06469 

122 ArUngton St., New Bedford, MA 02745 

21 Riverdale Rd., Wellesley 

Hills, MA 02181 
205 W. 9th Ave., Mount Dora, FL 32757 
North Hoosac Rd., Williamstown, MA 01267 
Litchfield Road, Harwinton, CT 06790 
1827 Underwood Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53213 
3142 Moffot, Toledo, OH 43615 
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Sandy Brook Road, Colebrook, CT 06098 
RFD Main St., E. Kingston, NH 03827 
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Bamstead Parade, Barnstead, NH 03218 
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District, South India 

107 Meriden Ave., Southington, CT 06489 
608 E. William St., Ann Arbor, MI 48108 
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48 South 1 3th E., Salt Lake City, Utah 84102 
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832 Lorrain Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90005 
18660 Warwick Dr., Birmingham, MI 48009 
18660 Warwick Dr., Birmingham, MI 48009 
1 141 N. Wheeler, McPherson KS 67460 



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Sudman, Mrs. Herman 
Suelflow, Mrs. Ruth 
Sutton, Roland L. 
Swanson, Mrs. Lillian B. 
Swart, Mrs. Marilyn 
Swartzbaugh, Mrs. Richard 
Sweeney, Melba 
Sykes, Miss Anna L. 

Temby, Mrs. C. F. 
Thomas, B. A. 

Thomas, Mrs. David H. 
Thomas, Robert H. B. 
Thompson, Mrs. Willia C. 
Thornton, Robert M. 
Timmins, Mrs. Pauline 
Tisdel, Mrs. Fred 
Titus, Alvin, Sr. 
Todd, Mrs. Margaret 
Toman, Mrs. William R. 

Tooke, Mrs. R. W. 
Towner, Mrs. Edwin 
Valentine, Henry W. 
Valentine, Mrs. Henry W. 
Van Os, Mrs. George 
Veazie, Miss Edith G. 
Ver Steegh, Mrs. Harold 
Vogtman, Mrs. William R. 
Waddell, Tom 
Wagoner, Lawrence G. 
Walker, Mrs. Lucy J. 
Walker, Walter D. 
Warburton, Mrs. William 
Wasson, Mrs. H. M. 
Weaver, Mrs. Maude 
Werwath, Mrs. Richard 
Westhauer, Mona Lee 
Weston, Thomas 
Wetherell, Mrs. Robert 
Whipple, P. Wendell 
Whitcher, Mrs. Fern 
White, Mrs. Robert K. 
Willets, Mrs. Robert T. 
Willey, Miss Winifred 
Williams, Mrs. D. B. 
Williams, Mrs. M. P. 
Wilson, Robert A., 
Wiltsie, Earl, Jr. 
Winning, Mrs. James L. 
Wirt, Mrs. Sarah E. 



NA 1 141 N. Wheeler, McPherson, KS 67460 

C Hartford, WIS 3027 

NA 56 Western Ave., South Paris, ME 0428 1 

C 843Boswell Ave., Norwich, CT 06360 

C P. O. Box417,Derry, NH03038 

NA 4334 Forestview, Toledo, OH 43615 

C P.O. Box 206, Neosho, MO 64850 

C 540 S. Commonwealth Ave. 
Los Angeles, CA 90020 

NA 208 Vliet, Kewaunee, WI 54216 

C 2410 Pennsylvania Ave., West 

Mifflin, PA 15122 

C 1 102 McKinley Ave., Johnstown, PA 15905 

C P. O. Box 58, Wolfeboro, NH 03894 

AA 2910 Wheeler St., Apt. 3 Berkeley, CA 94705 

NA P.O. Box 38 1 , Covington, KY 4 1 1 2 

C 1644 71st St., Brooklyn, NY 11572 

C 15 10 H. Street, Anchorage, AK 99501 

C 80520 Main St., Memphis, MI 48041 

C 5324 N.E. 193rd St., Seattle, WA 981 15 

NA Route 2, Box 27 Otto Rd. 

Neshanic Station, NJ 08853 

C Box396,Ekalaka,MT 59324 

C W. 428 15th, Spokane, WA 99203 

AA 277 Main St., Hartford, CT 06106 

AA 30 Woodrow St., West Hartford, CT 06107 

C 979 Bridge St., Saugatuck, MI 49453 

C 41 Smith St., RED 4, Middleboro, MA 02346 

C 2404 N. Shore Dr., Clear Lake, lA 50428 

C 31 Grant St., Frostburg,MD 21532 

C 1625 Georgia Ave., Marysville, MI 48040 

C 73 1 3 W. 88th Place, Los Angeles, CA 90045 

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AA 4301 Brook Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55424 

C Mattapoisette Rd., Rochester, MA 02770 

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C Brazil, IN 47834 

NA 3613 N. 61st St., Milwaukee,WI 53216 

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Wisniewski, Doris C 

Wood, Mrs. Gail E. C 

Wood, Mrs. W. S. C 

Woodbury, Ernest L. C 

Woodman, Mrs. Wesley G. NA 

Woodward, Joseph AA 

Woolley, Mrs. Louis C 

Wright, Miss Bernice C 

Wright, John C 

Wright, John E. AA 

Yagla, Mrs. Carl S 

York, Leona C. C 

Young, Mrs. Frances H. C 

Zachman, Lee F. CFTS 

Zumwalt, Homer C 



22909 Huron River Dr., Rockwood, MI 48173 

138 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn NY 1 1201 

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Russell Ave., Troy, NH 03465 

RED 2, Warren, ME 04864 

Cornish Flat, NH 03746 

Dover, IL 61323 

1 105 Second St., Huntington, WV 25701 

4695 N. Main St., Fall River, MA 02720 

Comstock Bridge Rd., East Hampton, CT 06457 

1701 Morgan Terrace, Beloit, WI 5 35 1 1 

Caratunk, ME 04925 

P.O. Box 114, Bismarck, IL 61814 

Butterfield & Meyers Rds., Oak Brook, IL 60521 

902 Parkview Road, Galesburg, IL 61401 



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ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

of the 

National Association of Congregational Christian Churches of the United States 



Preamble 

WHEREAS Churches of the congregational order have historically held to certain 
truths, chief among which are the freedom of the Christian man maintained at all costs 
and all hazards; the right of the local Church to self-government in all matters temporal 
and spiritual, because of Christ's word that where two or three are gathered together in 
His name He is in their midst; the fellowship of the Churches in the spirit of love, 
without compulsion or restraint and free from the bondage of creed or ecclesiastical 
control, and, 

WHEREAS the congregational way is one of the great outer and corporate 
expressions of the inner and individual life, and, 

WHEREAS the needs of our time demand that these timeless principles be revived 
and given national, as well as local, expression, and, 

WHEREAS the advance in transportation and communication is such that Churches 
a continent apart are now as near together as the contiguous Churches of yesterday, and, 

WHEREAS it is desirable that Congregational Christian Churches have an 
organization embracing the entire nation, of which the members shall be Churches, and 
through which they may take counsel and may realize their common purposes, and 
advance God's Kingdom; 

WHEREAS Churches by delegates assembled in Detroit, Michigan, on November 9 
and 10, 1955, first organized and elected temporary officers of the National Association 
of Congregational Christian Churches; 

THEREFORE WE, the Churches by our delegates here assembled in Wauwatosa, 
Wisconsin this 25th day of October, 1956, do covenant in this National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches to walk together in the ways which God anciently 
revealed to our fathers, and in such further ways as He may yet reveal to us, the present 
form and purposes being hereinafter stated. Amen. 

ARTICLE I. NAME 

The name of this Association shall be the National Association of Congregational 
Christian Churches of the United States, hereinafter called the Association. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 

The purposes of the Association shall be: 

To provide a means by which Congregational Christian Churches of this nation 
may, without in any wise disturbing or altering theif present associations and affiliations, 
consult and advise together as Churches upon matters of common concern to them, both 
temporal and spiritual; 

To provide this closer fellowship and unity in all spiritual matters among 
Congregational Christian Churches; 

To aid, in such ways as may from time to time be appropriate and proper, the 
continuance and growth of those Christian purposes and practices which have been the 
historic and accepted characteristics of Congregational Christian Churches. 

In case of necessity to do and perform any and all functions ordinarily and 
customarily performed by Congregational Christian associations. 

To promote, carry on and supervise such co-operative activities among member 
Churches as to them from time to time may seem wise and expedient. 

Upon application therefor by member Churches, to provide for them such 
assistance, whether financial or through advice and consultation or otherwise, as may be 
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ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP 
1. MEMBER CHURCHES 
Membership in the Association shall be by Churches, which membership shall not be 
considered inconsistent with membership in any other Congregational Christian 
Association or conference. In all matters suljmitted to the Association for consideration, 
each member Church shall have one vote. 

(a) For the purpose of this Article a Congregational Christian Church shall be 
defined as a body of Christians complete under God in spiritual authority and 
ecclesiastical power, regularly meeting and worshipping in one place, united by 
a mutually owned covenant, in fellowship with sister Congregational Chrisitan 
Churches and recognized by the laws of the place of location as a duly consti- 
tuted Church. 

(b) Any Congregational Christian Church may become a member of the 
Association by congregational action taken at any duly called and held 
meeting of such Church, which congregational action shall then be certified to 
the Secretary of the Association by the Church clerk, at which time such 
Church shall become a member. 

(c) Membership may be withdrawn by any member Church at any time by like 
action and certification, without impairment of any of its temporal or spiritual 
rights as a Congregational Christian Church. 

2. ASSOCIATE MEMBER CHURCHES 
Any Christian Church, in sympathy with the purposes and goals of this Association, and 
in accordance with the procedure of ARTICLE III, Section 1, above, may request an 
associate membership in the Association, without vote, but with representation on the 
floor at meetings. 

3. AFFILIATED FELLOWSHIP 
Fellowships of Churches in sympathy with the purposes and goals of this Association 
may request a mutually agreeable affiliation, without vote, but with voice, whether or 
not any or all of their individual member Churches are members of this Association. 
Such affiliation shall be in the spirit of fellowship and shall never be the basis for the 
exercise of ecclesiastical control by this Association or by the affiliate. 

ARTICLE IV. OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 
1. Officers. The elected officers of the Association shall be as follows: Moderator, 
Assistant Moderator, Secretary, Treasurer, and Historian, and such other officers as may 
be named in the Bylaws. 

(a) The Moderator shall be elected for a term of one year and shall preside at all 
meetings of the Association. Men or women, either clergy or lay, shall be 
eligible for election. 

(b) The Assistant Moderator shall be elected for a term of one year and shall fill 
the office in the absence of the Moderator, or at his request. In case of a 
vacancy in the office of Moderator, the Assistant Moderator shall fulfill the 
duties during the unexpired term. 

(c) The Secretary shall be elected for a term of one year and shall keep a full and 
accurate record of the proceedings of the Association and of the Executive 
Committee. He shall keep a record of the membership and attendance and 
receive official communications, send notices and correspondence as directed 
by the Association or the Executive Committee. 

(d) The Treasurer shall be elected for a term of one year and shall be the curtodian 
of the funds of this Association. He shall receive all contributions and disburse 
funds under the direction of the Executive Committee to whom he shall 
report upon request, and to the Association to which he shall report at its 
Annual Meeting. The Executive Committee shall require a sufficient bond to 
be posted by the Treasurer, and shall require that his books be annually 
audited. 



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(e) The Historian shall keep a written chronology of important historical events 
and accomplishments of the National Association which are pertinent to the 
development and promotion of CongregationaUsm. 

(f) The officers shall be elected at each Annual Meeting. 

2. The Executive Committee. 

(a) There shall be an Executive Committee consisting of twelve members who 
shall be elected for a term of four years. Their terms of office shall be 
staggered from the time of the adoption of these Articles so that finally three 
shall be elected annually. 

(1) The Executive Committee shall be elected from the membership of 
member Churches of the Association, It shall elect its own chairman. 

(2) No person may ordinarily serve a total of more than eight years on the 
Executive Committee and no person can be elected to succeed himself on 
the Executive Committee after completion of a full four-year term 
without having been off the Executive Committee for at least one year. 

(b) The Executive Committee shall meet on call of its chairman, or the secretary 
of the Association. 

(c) The Executive Committee shall act for the Association between its meetings, 
but the Committee's action shall be subject to ratification and review by the 
Association. Minutes of the action of the Committee shall be kept and 
presented to the Association for ratification and review at the next regular 
meeting. 

(d) The Executive Committee may appoint an Executive Secretary for the 
Association, whose term of office, remuneration, and duties shall be as agreed 
upon at the time of appointment; such appointment and agreements shall be 
subject to relevant provisions of the Bylaws and subject to the approval of the 
next regular meeting of the Association. No Executive Secretary shall serve 
more than six years or shall thereafter be eligible for reappointment. 

3. Committees and Commissions. 

(a) There shall be such commissions created by the National Association as are 
necessary for carrying out the purposes and activities of the National 
Association as stated in Article II. 

(b) Members of other committees and commissions, and other officers shall be 
chosen either by the Association or by the Executive Committee acting ad 
interim. 

4. No officer or appointee of the Association shall, by virtue oi such office, have 
any ecclesiastical authority or standing. 

ARTICLE V. MEETINGS 

Regular meetings of this Association shall be held annually, the exact time and 
place to be fixed by the Executive Committee unless otherwise ordered by the 
Association. Announcement of such meetings shall be made at least three months in 
advance. 

Special meetings may be convened upon the call of the Executive Committee or 
when twenty or more member Churches have so requested; such meetings shall consider 
only that business stated in the call for the meeting, which call shall be made not less 
than thirty days prior to such meeting. 

A quorum shall consist of the delegates present representing 20 per cent of the 
Churches holding membership in the Association, except as provided in ARTICLE IX 
hereafter. 

ARTICLE VI. CORPORATION 

There shall be a corporation for this Association, the purpose of which shall be to 
provide ways and means for the continuation, fostering, and advancement of the historic 
and accepted practices of Congregational Christian Churches, as these practices are stated 
and defined in the Articles of Association and Bylaws of this Association. 



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ARTICLE VII. BYLAWS 

The Association may from time to time make, alter, amend or repeal Bylaws, 
consistent with, and to carry out but not augment, the purposes and functions set forth 
herein. 

Bylaws may be adopted, altered, amended or repealed upon a two-thirds vote of the 
members present and voting, but no Bylaw may be altered, amended, or repealed on the 
same day the change is first proposed. 

ARTICLE VIII. REFERENDUM COUNCIL 

Since ecclesiastical power under God rests solely with the local Churches, the 
member Churches of this Association have, and shall retain among their other rights and 
powers, the right and power to review and modify any proposal or action by any agency 
or creature of the member Churches of the National Association when such proposal or 
action is deemed by the Churches to be in violation of the principles set forth in these 
Articles. The Churches also have, and shall retain among their other rights and powers, 
the right and power to initiate action which they deem wise and proper. 

Such right and power to review, modify, or initiate may be exercised by means of a 
Referendum Council, which may be called by not less than ten percent of the member 
Churches. 

The manner of calling and constituting a Referendum Council, the functioning of 
such a Referendum Council, and the method of voting on a question referred to the 
Churches by a Referendum Council, shall be governed by the relevant provisions of the 
Bylaws of this Association. 

ARTICLE IX. AMENDMENT 
At any duly called and held meeting of the Association, a quorum being present, 
these Articles of Association may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the member 
Churches represented at such meeting through their delegates, (1) notice of such 
proposed amendment or amendments having been given at a previous meeting, or (2) the 
proposed amendment or amendments having been requested by twenty or more member 
Churches. In either case, the full text of the proposed amendment or amendments shall 
be printed and distributed with the call to the meeting at which they are to be 
considered. 

I. MEETINGS BYLAWS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

1. Regular meetings shall be held annually at times and places fixed by the 
Executive Committee, which shall issue a call of the meeting signed by its Chairman, as 
provided by the Articles of Association. 

2. Special meetings shall be called and held as proposed in Article V of the Articles 
of Association. 

II. MEMBERSHIP AND VOTING 

1. Each Church which is a member of the Association as provided in the Articles of 
Association, may be represented at meetings of the Association by a delegate chosen in 
such manner as each Church may for itself determine. Such delegate shall, nevertheless, 
be certified to the meeting by the proper officer of the Church which he represents. A 
person may represent more than one Church but not more than a total of ten Churches 
as an official delegate. 

2. Any member Church may designate one or more alternate delegates, in addition 
to the Official Delegate, such shall be certified in the same manner as the official 
delegate. Alternate Delegates may attend all meetings and take part in any business, but 
shall not be permitted to vote, except that one delegate may vote for the Church in the 
absence of the official delegate. 

3. Any person who signifies his interest in and sympathy with the purposes of this 
Association may attend any meeting on his own initiative, or by designation of his 
Church, as an Observer, without vote, to whom the Moderator may grant the privilege of 
the floor. 



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4. In all matters which come before the Association or a meeting thereof for 
action, each Church shall be entitled to one vote. All Official Delegates shall have equal 
privileges in debate and in making motions or otherwise bringing matters before a 
meeting. 

III. OFFICERS 

1. Moderator. The Moderator and Assistant Moderator shall be elected at the 
Annual Meeting of the Association by the members of the Association. The Moderator, 
and Assistant Moderator, shall take office upon adjournment of the meeting at which 
they are elected, and shall hold office for one year or until their successors are elected. 

The Moderator, or in his absence, or at his request, the Assistant Moderator, shall 
preside at the meetings of the Association. The Moderator may deliver an address upon a 
subject of his own selection at the opening of the meetings of the Association over which 
he presides. It is understood that his acts and utterances have no authority from or upon 
the Association, except as he may be specifically authorized by the Association or 
Executive Committee. 

2. Secretary. The Secretary shall be elected by the members of the Association. He 
shall be the custodian of the archives and records of the Association. He shall keep full 
and accurate records of the proceedings of the Association and of its Executive 
Committee. He shall keep the membership roll of the Association and it shall be his duty 
to see that due notice of meetings of the Association and of the Executive Committee 
are given and that due notice is given of the action taken by these bodies whenever such 
notice is necessary or appropriate or is directed to be given. 

The Association or the Executive Committee may appoint one or more Assistant 
Secretaries to assist the Secretary in the performance of his duties, and the Secretary 
may, with the consent of the Executive Committee, delegate to the Executive Secretary, 
if there be one, the performance of such of his functions as he may desire. 

3. Executive Secretary. The Executive Secretary, if and when one shall be 
appointed, shall perform such duties and functions as may be included in the terms of 
his appointment or as may from time to time be requested of him by the Association or 
the Executive Committee. 

4. Treasurer. There shall be a Treasurer elected annually, whose duties shall be as 
provided in Article IV of the Articles of Association. 

The Association or the Executive Committee may appoint an Assistant Treasurer to 
assist the Treasurer in the performance of his duties. 

5. Historian. The Historian shall be elected for a period of one year by the 
Association at its Annual Meeting. The duties shall be as described in Article IV of the 
Articles of Association. 

6. The terms of office for the Secretary, Treasurer, and any other officers not 
otherwise provided for, shall begin January 1, following the meeting at which they are 
elected and shall continue for one year and/or until their successors take office. 

IV. COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS 

1. The Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the 
twelve members as provided in Article IV of the Articles of Association, who shall be the 
only voting members, and in addition, ex officio without vote, the Moderator, Assistant 
Moderator, Immediate Past Moderator, and the Secretary of the Association. The 
Executive Committee may make rules for its own guidance not inconsistent with the 
Articles of Association and these Bylaws. Due notice having been given to all members, 
seven shall constitute a quorum. 

The Executive Committee shall be the Association ad interim and shall transact 
such business as the Association shall from time to time direct. It shall not contravene or 
exceed the authorizations, implied, inferred or explicit, in the acts and votes of the 
Association itself. In the intervals between meetings of the Association it shall represent 
that body in all matters not otherwise provided for but shall in no case exceed the 
prerogative of the Association itself. 

(a) The Executive Committee shall have authority to contract for all necessary 
expenditures for carrying out pohcies authorized under the Articles of 



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Association or authorized by the Association, and to approve claims therefor; 
shall consult the interest of the Association and act for it in intervals between 
meetings in all matters of business and finance, subject to the direction of the 
Association; and shall make a full report of all its doings, the consideration of 
which shall be part of the order of business at the next regular meeting. It shall 
provide a suitable form of voucher for expenditures of the Association and 
shall secure a proper auditing of its accounts, 

(b) The Executive Committee may submit to the Association for consideration 
any recommendations that it may deem useful for the development of the life 
and work of the Churches. 

(c) It may fill any vacancy occurring in its own number or in any committee or 
office in the intervals between meetings of the Association, the person so 
appointed to serve until the next regular meeting of the Association. 

(d) It shall appoint any committee or commission ordered by the Association, but 
not otherwise appointed. 

(e) It shall suggest to meetings of the Association proposed and appropriate 
agenda and make preliminary provision for carrying the same into effect; but 
any such agenda may be modified and amended by the meeting and the 
discussions and actions of the meeting shall not in any manner be limited by 
such suggested agenda, nor by the Executive Committee whether acting as a 
business committee or otherwise. 

(f) The Executive Committee shall serve as the business committee for the 
meetings of the Association. It may appoint other special committees to deal 
with phases of work not covered by other agencies as the need arises. 

(g) The Executive Committee shall determine when a necessity exists as 
contemplated by Article II of the Articles of Association. 

(h) The Executive Committee may take official action on any subject matter 
within its area of concern by a mail ballot and the motion or resolution so 
stated shall be submitted by mail ballot to all members of the Executive 
Committee. The Secretary of the Association shall mail out to each member of 
the Executive Committee a ballot stating the proposition or propositions as 
proposed, and each member of the Executive Committee shall promptly re- 
turn his or her ballot with each proposition marked "Yes" or "No", dated and 
signed. An affirmative vote shall consist of a two-thirds majority vote "Yes" 
by the members of of the full Executive Committee, and a vote shall not be 
counted until all ballots have been returned. 

This procedure shall not be used in lieu of meetings, but may be used between 
meetings. 

(i) The Executive Committee may estabhsh an Interim Committee of five 
members which shall include the Chairman of the Executive Committee, as 
chairman, the chairman of the finance committee, and two other members of 
the Executive Committee and the Moderator ex officio. 

(1) The Interim Committee shall meet upon call of its chairman or upon 
direction of the Executive Committee. 

(2) The Interim Committee may initiate business and recommend action to 
and by the Executive Committee, but no action shall be considered as 
effective until approved by the full Executive Committee either by mail 
ballot or at a regularly called and held meeting of the Executive 
Committee. 

2. Committee on Credentials. A committee on credentials composed of five 
persons shall be elected at each regular meeting to serve at the next regular meeting and 
at any intervening special meeting. The committee shall prepare and report as early as 
practicable a roll of members of the Association represented at the meeting with the 
names of their representatives determined by the presentation of credentials from the 
electing Churches. This roll shall be made available to all delegates by posting or 
dupUcating or both. 



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3. Nominating Committee. 

(a) A Nominating Committee will consist of six members, three of whom shall be 
elected at each regular meeting after nominations from the floor, to serve from 
the adjournment of the meeting at which they are elected until the 
adjournment of the second annual meeting following the meeting at which 
they are elected, to present a complete slate of officers and, commission mem- 
bers to be voted upon at each Annual Meeting during which they shall serve. 

(b) The Committee's nominations shall be transmitted to the Association 
Secretary who shall transmit such list of nominees to all member Churches at 
least thirty days prior to such regular meeting. In addition to any nominations 
so made, in every case nominations for any elective office may be made from 
the floor of the meeting. The Moderator shall in every instance call for such 
nominations from the floor. 

Nominations for members of the Nominating Committee shall be complete on 
the day preceding the vote upon their election which shall be by written 
ballot. 

4. Committee on Resolutions. At each Annual Meeting, a Resolutions Committee 
consisting of seven persons shall be elected from the floor to serve from the close of that 
Annual Meeting until the close of the next succeeding Annual Meeting. 

A. Resolutions Procedure. 

1. The Resolutions Committee may initiate and propose resolutions only in 
reference to expressions of appreciation for hospitality and for appreciation of 
service to the National Association. 

2. All other resolutions, except those matters which axe properly considered as 
proposals for action made by the duly constituted boards, commissions, and 
committees of the National Association, shall be proposed as follows: 

(a) Only a member church can offer a resolution, and must certify by the Clerk or 
Secretary of the Church that such resolution was duly approved by 
congregational action of said Church. 

(b) Such proposed resolution must be germane to the purposes of the National 
Association as expressed in Article I!, Purposes, of the Articles of Association 
of this Association. 

(c) A copy of such proposed resolution must have been sent to the office of the 
Executive Secretary at least sixty days prior to the convening date of the 
Annual Meeting. 

(d) No less than forty-five days prior to the convening date of the Annual 
Meeting, the Executive Secretary shall mail to each member Church a copy of 
all resolutions, showing the name of proponent member, in order that each 
member Church will have the opportunity to take congregational action on 
such proposed resolutions so that its delegate may be informed as to what 
position the member church wants to take on the same. Copies shall also be 
mailed to the Resolutions Committee. , 

(e) All resolutions so proposed shall be considered by the Resolutions Committee, 
and the Resolutions Committee shall report to the Annual Meeting its 
recommendations, favorable or unfavorable, on each proposed resolution. 

In the event that the Resolutions Committee reports unfavorably as to 
any proposed resolution, such resolution can then be brought before the 
Annual Meeting for action only by the delegate, or his official alternate, of the 
member Church proposing such resolution. 

(f) Any resolution that is adopted shall in no sense bind the member churches. 

5. A Commission. A commission shall consist of a body of persons charged with 
the responsibility of carrying out one or more purposes and/or activities of this 
Association 

(a) A Commission shall be charged by the Annual Meeting creating it with a 
statement of its purposes, powers, and duties, and such statement can be from 
time to time changed by the action of an Annual Meeting. All existing 
commissions shall continue to operate under their present charges or rules. 



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(b) A Commission shall have authority to conduct its own business within its 
charge from the Annual Meeting, or its existing rules, provided its actions are 
germane to the purposes of this Association as stated in Article II of the 
Articles of Association, and subject to Article IV, 2 (c) of the Articles of 
Association. 

(c) A Commission must work within the framework of the budget approved by 
the Annual Meeting, or as subsequently revised by the Executive Committee. 

(d) A Commission shall consist of not less than five nor more than nine members, 
the number to be subject to determination by the Annual Meeting creating the 
Commission, or by any subsequent Annual Meeting. Not more than two 
members of a Commission may be members of nonmember Churches. 

(e) The Commission members shall be appointed by the Executive Committee. 

(f) The Commission members shall have three-year terms, and terms shall be 
staggered so that approximately one-third of the terms expire each year. All 
terms shall begin at the close of the Annual Meeting. 

(g) Any Commission can be abolished by a majority vote of an Annual Meeting. 

V. STATISTICS 
A list of member Churches in this Association shall be prepared annually by the 
Secretary and sent to the member Churches. This list shall, so far as possible, give correct 
addresses of the pastors and clerks of the Churches so listed, together with such other 
information as shall be deemed wise in the judgment of the Executive Committee. 

VI. FINANCE 

1. Executive Finance Committee The Executive Committee shall appoint an Executive 
Finance Committee consisting of seven members, including the Treasurer of the 
Association who shall be a voting member ex officio. Of the six remaining members, 
initially two members shall be appointed for a term of one year, two members for two 
years, and two members for three years, but each term of membership thereafter shall be 
for three (3) years. No appointed member shall serve more than two (2) consecutive 
three (3) year terms, nor shall he or she serve or be nominated to serve on any other 
board, committee, commission or division of the Association so long as he or she is a 
member of the Executive Finance Committee. The Executive Finance Committee shall 
prepare the proposed annual budget for the Association and present it to the Executive 
Committee, which after adoption or modification in whole or in part shall present it to 
the Association for adoption and approval at its Annual Meetings. In addition, the 
Executive Finance Committee shall study, advise and make recommendations to the 
Executive Committee in all matters concerning financial affairs. In addition, the 
Executive Finance Committee shall execute and implement fiscal plans, policies and 
directives of the Executive Committee. 

2. The expenses of the Association shall be met from voluntary contributions 
solicited from the Congregational Christian Churches in response to recommendations 
from the Executive Committee, and also from such receipts as may come to the 
Association in its meetings or through special gifts and legacies. 

3. The fiscal year shall begin on April 1 and end on March 31, effective April 1, 
1972. 

VII. STANDING RULES 
Standing rules for the Association may be adopted from time to time by a 
two-thirds vote of the members present and voting at any meeting of the Association. 
Unless otherwise provided, meetings shall be conducted in accordance with Robert's 
Rules of Order. 

VIII. REFERENDUM COUNCIL 
1. In the event that not less than ten percent of the member Churches of the 
National Association contend that any agency or creature of the Churches of the 
National Association is violating the principles set forth in the Articles of Association, or 
is taking action contrary to the will and interest of the Churches, or is formally 
contemplating such violation or action, the contending churches shall have the right and 
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An agency or creature of the National Association is any Committee, Commission, 
Board, Corporation, or legal or ecclesiastical entity of any kind, brought into existence 
by the member Churches of the National Association and ratified by the Annual Meeting 
or a special meeting of the National Association, or by common acceptance and usage. 
Any subsidiary agency or creature subsequently brought into being by an agency or 
creature of the National Association shall be deemed an agency or creature of the 
Churches of the National Association for this purpose. 

2. A Referendum Council is an adaptation of the Congregational custom of a 
vicinage counciL It is composed of nine persons, three to be chosen by the Churches that 
call the council, three by the party whose action or proposal is in question; these six to 
choose the other three. Each of the nine persons must be a member in good standing of a 
local Congregational Church in fellowship with the National Association. Not less than 
five members of a Referendum Council shall and must be laymen. If the party whose 
action or proposal is in question shall fail or refuse to choose three persons within thirty 
days after receiving written notice to do so from any Church which participates in the 
call, the Churches taking part in the call shall have the right to choose the number of 
persons who otherwise would have been chosen by such party. 

3. A Referendum Council meets at such times and places as are determined by the 
last three persons chosen and considers the controversy, hearing the pleadings of both 
parties. All records of the National Association and its agencies and creatures shall be 
available, without the necessity of legal recourse, to either or both parties. The 
Referendum Council shall endeavor to settle the controversy. If unable to do so, it 
makes it findings, which may include a minority report, formulates the question at issue, 
and sends the question directly to the Churches, together with a notification of the 
deadline for voting set by the Referendum Council. 

4. The local Churches vote on the question in their own locahties. Only a duly 
convened meeting of a local Church shall be competent to act upon a question submitted 
by a Referendum CounciL A copy of the vote of the local Church, certified by its proper 
official, shall be forwarded to the Secretary of the National Association. The secretary 
shall tabulate the votes, and not later than sixty days after the close of voting, notify all 
member Churches of the results of the balloting. A two-thirds majority vote shall be 
necessary for decision. No subsequent action on the part of the Annual Meeting of the 
National Association or a special meeting of the National Association, or on the part of 
any of the agencies and creatures of the Churches, can overrule or supersede the decision 
of the Churches on a question referred to the Churches by a Referendum CouncU. 

5. A vote on a question referred to the Churches by a Referendum Council has for 
the Churches as much force as force of wisdom in it lies; it is not a legal determination. 
No local Church can be legally bound by anything but its own actions or the laws of the 
state. But any agency or creature of the Churches of the National Association which 
ignores, contravenes, or alters the will of the Churches as that will is expressed in a vote 
of the Churches on a question referred by a Referendum Council, is acting beyond its 
legal powers, and is subject to legal action by the Churches. 

IX. STANDING AND ORDINATION 

1. In accordance with the historic and accepted practice of congregational bodies 
exterior to the local Church of making Usts of the names of those who have ministerial 
standing in our Churches as ordained pastors and teachers and other ministers, mis- 
sionaries, college and seminary professors and chaplains, the National Association shall 
prepare, maintain, and publish such a Ust. The presence or absence of the name of a 
pastor or minister on this Ust shall not be construed as either conferring or denying 
ministerial standing. The act of recordation shall be a mere acknowledgment of the fact 
that he is the pastor or minister of a member Church of the National Association. This 
Ust is compiled for the convenience of those concerned and as a source of information to 
the Churches, and it shall be published by the proper agency of the National Associa- 
tion as this is determined by the Executive Committee. 

2. There shall also be published a supplemental Ust containing the names of 
ordained Congregational ministers who are retired, or no longer engaged in full-time 
Christian service and Uccntiates. 



146 



3. In no case shall any person have the right to vote in a National Association 
meeting merely by virtue of the inclusion of his name in these lists. In every case a listed 
person shall be a member of a member Church of the National Association. 

4. The National Association has no power to ordain, censure, or depose a minister, 
or to sit as a council of reference in such cases. 

5. Ordination is the right and business of the local Church, but the following 
statement of things commonly held among us is germane to the purposes of the National 
Association as stated in Article II of the Articles of Association: 

(a) The local Church being complete under the Headship of Christ in all spiritual 
and ecclesiastical power has, and shall retain, the inalienable right to ordain its 
own minister. The local Church may call an ecclesiastical council as an 
expression of the fellowship of the Churches, but it shall be remembered that 
ordination is by the local Church. 

(b) Ordination by the local Church is valid and sufficient, but it is conducive to 
orderhness and continuity of record that the fact of a minister's ordination be 
listed with a larger body or bodies. This may include a local association of 
Congregational Churches and the National Association. In the case of the 
National Association, such listing shall be done under the pertinent provisions 
of this Bylaw. 



147 



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MISSIONARY SOCIETY 

of the 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

A DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

17* wear WISCONSIN avknuk • hilwaukkc, WISCONSIN ssaoa 



THE MISSIONARY SOCIETY 
RECEIVES GIFTS IN THE 
FOLLOWING CATEGORIES: 

A. Undesignated: To be used where most 
needed during the current year. 

B. Designated: 

1. Designated for a project supported by 
Society budget, and used to meet our 
support pledge UNLESS 
designated "over and above" budget, 
or for some special use by the project. 

2. Designated for a project not included 
in Society Budget to be forwarded 
promptly to the designee. 

EVERY CENT GIVEN FOR MISSIONS 
GOES TO MISSIONS 

All administrative costs— travel, office 
expense, promotion, postage— are paid out of 
the General Fund budget of the National 
Association. Since the National Association 
provides these services, we hope that your 
church is supporting the Association's general 
fund. Freedom is not "free". It has its price 
both in service and in dollars. 



Request a Missions Directory for complete 
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TAX-WISE GIVING 
THROUGH ANNUITY GIFTS 

AN ANNUITY GIFT CAN HELP THE 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 

CHURCHES. AND IT CAN HELP YOU 

ADVANTAGES 

I • A substantial portion of the gift may be taken as a 
charitable deauction in the year the gift is made. 

2* Income: annual amount is fixed and guaranteed at 
the rate specified, according to the donor's age on 
the date of the gift. These rates vary from 4.2% 
a^ age 50, to 5.2% at age 65, and 8% at age 84. 
A considerable portion of the annual income is tax 
free. 

3* Securities, the current market value of which reflect 
capital gains, in any amount may be contributed 
as an Annuity Gift. In some cases a Capital Gain 
creates a modest tax liability, but only infrequently, 
and even then it is usually ofFset by the charitable 
deduction. 

4* In the case of a single life annuity, the full amount 
of the original gift is removed from any estate tax 
liability upon the death of the giver. 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 
WRITE 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

176 W. Wisconsin Avmui 

Milwauket, Wisconsin. 53203 



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(b) A Commission shall have authority to conduct its own business within its 
charge from the Annual Meeting, or its existing rules, provided its actions are 
germane to the purposes of this Association as stated in Article II of the 
Articles of Association, and subject to Article IV, 2 (c) of the Articles of 
Association. 

(c) A Commission must work within the framework of the budget approved by 
the Annual Meeting, or as subsequently revised by the Executive Committee. 

(d) A Commission shall consist of not less than five nor more than nine members, 
the number to be subject to determination by the Annual Meeting creating the 
Commission, or by any subsequent Annual Meeting. Not more than two 
members of a Commission may be members of nonmember Churches. 

(e) The Commission members shall be appointed by the Executive Committee. 

(f) The Commission members shall have three-year terms, and terms shall be 
staggered so that approximately one-third of the terms expire each year. All 
terms shall begin at the close of the Annual Meeting. 

(g) Any Commission can be abolished by a majority vote of an Annual Meeting. 

V. STATISTICS 
A list of member Churches in this Association shall be prepared annually by the 
Secretary and sent to the member Churches. This list shall, so far as possible, give correct 
addresses of the pastors and clerks of the Churches so listed, together with such other 
information as shall be deemed wise in the judgment of the Executive Committee. 

VI. FINANCE 
1. Executive Finance Committee The Executive Committee shall appoint an Executive 
Finance Committee consisting of seven members, including the Treasurer of the 
Association who shall be a voting member ex officio. Of the six remaining members, 
initially two members shall be appointed for a term of one year, two members for two 
years, and two members for three years, but each term of membership thereafter shall be 
for three (3) years. No appointed member shall serve more than two (2) consecutive 
three (3) year terms, nor shall he or she serve or be nominated to serve on any other 
board, committee, commission or division of the Association so long as he or she is a 
member of the Executive Finance Committee. The Executive Finance Committee shall 
prepare the proposed annual budget for the Association and present it to the Executive 
Committee, which after adoption or modification in whole or in part shall present it to 
the Association for adoption and approval at its Annual Meetings. In addition, the 
Executive Finance Committee shall study, advise and make recommendations to the 
Executive Committee in all matters concerning financial affairs. In addition, the 
Executive Finance Committee shall execute and implement fiscal plans, policies and 
directives of the Executive Committee. 

2. The expenses of the Association shall be met from voluntary contributions 
solicited from the Congregational Christian Churches in response to recommendations 
from the Executive Committee, and also from such receipts as may come to the 
Association in its meetings or through special gifts and legacies. 

3. The fiscal year shall begin on April 1 and end on March 31, effective April 1, 
1972. 

VII. STANDING RULES 
Standing rules for the Association may be adopted from time to time by a 
two-thirds vote of the members present and voting at any meeting of the Association. 
Unless otherwise provided, meetings shall be conducted in accordance with Robert's 
Rules of Order. 

VIII. REFERENDUM COUNCIL 
1. In the event that not less than ten percent of the member Churches of the 
National Association contend that any agency or creature of the Churches of the 
National Association is violating the principles set forth in the Articles of Association, or 
is taking action contrary to the will and interest of the Churches, or is formally 
contemplating such violation or action, the contending churches shall have the right and 
power to call a Referendum Council 



145 



An agency or creature of the National Association is any Committee, Commission, 
Board, Corporation, or legal or ecclesiastical entity of any kind, brought into existence 
by the member Churches of the National Association and ratified by the Annual Meeting 
or a special meeting of the National Association, or by common acceptance and usage. 
Any subsidiary agency or creature subsequently brought into being by an agency or 
creature of the National Association shall be deemed an agency or creature of the 
Churches of the National Association for this purpose. 

2. A Referendum Council is an adaptation of the Congregational custom of a 
vicinage counciL It is composed of nine persons, three to be chosen by the Churches that 
call the council, three by the party whose action or proposal is in question; these six to 
choose the other three. Each of the nine persons must be a member in good standing of a 
local Congregational Church in fellowship with the National Association. Not less than 
five members of a Referendum Council shall and must be laymen. If the party whose 
action or proposal is in question shall fail or refuse to choose three persons within thirty 
days after receiving written notice to do so from any Church which participates in the 
caU, the Churches taking part in the call shall have the right to choose the number of 
persons who otherwise would have been chosen by such party. 

3. A Referendum Council meets at such times and places as are determined by the 
last three persons chosen and considers the controversy, hearing the pleadings of both 
parties. All records of the National Association and its agencies and creatures shall be 
available, without the necessity of legal recourse, to either or both parties. The 
Referendum Council shall endeavor to settle the controversy. If unable to do so, it 
makes it findings, which may include a minority report, formulates the question at issue, 
and sends the question directly to the Churches, together with a notification of the 
deadline for voting set by the Referendum Council. 

4. The local Churches vote on the question in their own localities. Only a duly 
convened meeting of a local Church shall be competent to act upon a question submitted 
by a Referendum CounciL A copy of the vote of the local Church, certified by its proper 
official, shall be forwarded to the Secretary of the National Association. The secretary 
shall tabulate the votes, and not later than sixty days after the close of voting, notify all 
member Churches of the results of the balloting. A two-thirds majority vote shall be 
necessary for decision. No subsequent action on the part of the Annual Meeting of the 
National Association or a special meeting of the National Association, or on the part of 
any of the agencies and creatures of the Churches, can ovprrule or supersede the decision 
of the Churches on a question referred to the Churches by a Referendum CounciL 

5. A vote on a question referred to the Churches by a Referendum Council has for 
the Churches as much force as force of wisdom in it lies; it is not a legal determination. 
No local Church can be legally bound by anything but its own actions or the laws of the 
state. But any agency or creature of the Churches of the National Association which 
ignores, contravenes, or alters the will of the Churches as that will is expressed in a vote 
of the Churches on a question referred by a Referendum Council, is acting beyond its 
legal powers, and is subject to legal action by the Churches. 

IX. STANDING AND ORDINATION 

1. In accordance with the historic and accepted practice of congregational bodies 
exterior to the local Church of making Usts of the names of those who have ministerial 
standing in out Churches as ordained pastors and teachers and other ministers, mis- 
sionaries, college and seminary professors and chaplains, the National Association shall 
prepare, maintain, and publish such a hst. The presence or absence of the name of a 
pastor or minister on this list shall not be construed as either conferring or denying 
ministerial standing. The act of recordation shall be a mere acknowledgment of the fact 
that he is the pastor or minister of a member Church of the National Association. This 
hst is compiled for the convenience of those concerned and as a source of information to 
the Churches, and it shall be published by the proper agency of the National Associa- 
tion as this is determined by the Executive Committee. 

2. There shall also be published a supplemental hst containing the names of 
ordained Congregational ministers who are retired, or no longer engaged in full-time 
Christian service and licentiates. 



146 



3. In no case shall any person have the right to vote in a National Association 
meeting merely by virtue of the inclusion of his name in these lists. In every case a hsted 
person shall be a member of a member Church of the National Association. 

4. The National Association has no power to ordain, censure, or depose a minister, 
or to sit as a council of reference in such cases. 

5. Ordination is the right and business of the local Church, but the following 
statement of things commonly held among us is germane to the purposes of the National 
Association as stated in Article II of the Articles of Association: 

(a) The local Church being complete under the Headship of Christ in all spiritual 
and ecclesiastical power has, and shall retain, the inalienable right to ordain its 
own minister. The local Church may call an ecclesiastical council as an 
expression of the fellowship of the Churches, but it shall be remembered that 
ordination is by the local Church. 

(b) Ordination by the local Church is valid and sufficient, but it is conducive to 
orderliness and continuity of record that the fact of a minister's ordination be 
listed with a larger body or bodies. This may include a local association of 
Congregational Churches and the National Association. In the case of the 
National Association, such listing shall be done under the pertinent provisions 
of this Bylaw. 



147 



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MISSIONARY SOCIETY 

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CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

A DIVISION OP THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 
17C wear WIBCONBIN AVKNUK • HILWAUKKK, WIBOONaiN 53303 



THE MISSIONARY SOCIETY 
RECEIVES GIFTS IN THE 
FOLLOWING CATEGORIES: 

A. Undesignated: To be used where most 
needed during the current year. 

B. Designated: 

1 . Designated for a project supported by 
Society budget, and used to meet our 
support pledge UNLESS 
designated "over and above" budget, 
or for some special use by the project. 

2. Designated for a project not included 
in Society Budget to be forwarded 
promptly to the designee. 

EVERY CENT GIVEN FOR MISSIONS 
GOES TO MISSIONS 

All administrative costs— travel, office 
expense, promotion, postage— are paid out of 
the General Fund budget of the National 
Association. Since the National Association 
provides these services, we hope that your 
church is supporting the Association's general 
fund. Freedom is not "free". It has its price 
both in service and in dollars. 



Request a Missions Directory for complete 
details. 



150 



TAX-WISE GIVING 
THROUGH ANNUITY GIFTS 

AN ANNUITY GIFT CAN HELP THE 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 

CHURCHES, AND IT CAN HELP YOU 

ADVANTAGES 

I* A substantial portion of the gift may be taken as a 
charitable deduction in the year the gift is made. 

2* Income: annual amount is fixed and guaranteed at 
the rate specified, according to the donor's age on 
the date of the gift. These rates vary from 4.2% 
a^ age 50, to 5.2% at age 65, and 8% at age 84. 
A considerable portion of the annual income is tax 
free. 

3* Securities, the current market value of which reflect 
capital gains, in any amount may be contributed 
as an Annuity Gift. In some cases a Capital Gain 
creates a modest tax liability, but only intrequently, 
and even then it is usually offset by the charitable 
deduction. 

4* In the case of a single life annuity, the full amount 
of the original gift is removed from any estate tax 
liability upon the death of the giver. 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 
WRITE 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

176 W. Wisconsin Avtnut 

Milwauket, Wisconsin. 53203 



151 



AVAILABLE NOW 

A reprint in paperback combined with a 
reprint of /4 Study Guide. 

THE CONGREGATIONAL WAY OF LIFE and A STUDY GUIDE 

By Dr. Arthur A. Rouner, Jr. and the Reverend George W. Brown, Jr. 

You've been asking for it. Now you can get it sinnply by sending your order 
to either the National Office or directly to Hammond Publishing Co. An 
excellent book on the meaning of Congregationalism and an excellent study 
guide to use with it. 

Price, Postpaid $2.00, if cash accompanies your order. 
(Special Hammond Offer: 10 copies or more to one address, 10% discount.) 



AVAILABLE NOW 



HANDBOOK FOR PRESIDING 
OFFICERS 

by The Reverend A. Vaughan Abercrombie 



Handy, convenient-sized, perfect-bound paper- 
back. Every committee chairman or moderator 
should own one of these fine, informative 
books, written by a former Executive Secretary 
of the N.A.C.C.C. Contains invocations, closing 
prayers, etc. $2.00 per copy 



A REALLY NEW WORKi 

The result of a deep concern for 
orderliness and proper procedures, 
combined with years of research. 
The first truly fresh, new, compre- 
hensive yet simplified work on 
parliamentary procedures in dec- 
ades. Suitable for the smallest 
committee in the small or church 
or civic group and for the legisla- 
tive halls of our cities, states and 
nation. 



(Le^ than 4 copies, please send cash with order, allowing 16^ for postage for 
1 copy, 24^, for 3 copies.) 



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Place your orders now for January release. We 
will ship the orders in the sequence in which 
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Here is a truly fresh book on marriage. Every 
pastor, every married person and every person 
soon to be married should have this book. 



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25,000 copies. This book could well replace some of the out-dated, stiff 
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