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Full text of "Official record of the Holston Annual Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, ninety-seventh session, held at Highland Park, Chattanooga, October 6-12, 1920"

HOLSTON 

ANNUAL 



Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South 




Nineteen Hundred 
and Twenty 

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INDEX 



Page 

Appointments -— --. ..^- 34- 39 

Boards and Committees.— -.101-103 

Boundary Changes ._-— 39- 40 

District Conferences, 1921— 8 

District Lay Leaders — _-_ 8 

Holston Leaguers----— —« 9 

Journal of Proceedings --— 10- 29 

Lay Delegates—— .--. 7- 8 

Local Preachers -— 6- 7 

Minute Questions --_- — -- 30- 34 

Missionary Women.- ..- 9 

Orphanage Board _ 9 

Our Sainted Dead---.--— 3- 5 

Reports .—• — 41- 58 

Bible Board— ———- 45 

Board of Christian Lit. — 46- 47 
Board of Church Ext.— 47- 48 
Board of Education-^.-— 41- 44 



Page 

Board of Finance ^-— - 51-53 

Board of Mission— _.— 54- 57 
Chatt. Savings Bank— 49- 51 
Commission on Finance-- 57- 58 
Com. on Centenary Col.__ 13- 14 
Conference Claimants -— 51- 53 
District Conf. Records — 54 

Epworth League Board — 58 

Memoirs . ^_— „ -__ 59- 61 

Sabbath Observance—... 45- 46 

Social Service 53 

Spiritual State of Church 45 

Sunday School Board.— 48- 49 

Sessions of Conference _--_ 2- 3 

Statistical Tables 
No. 1 — ^Membership, etc. - 64- 72 
No. 2— iSun. Schools, etc.. 73- 83 
No, 3— Finance ..——-— 84- 94 



NOTE 



We are compelled to raise the price of the Annual to 40 cents per 
copy. It will be necessary, then, to collect every penny due in order to 
pay the printer. 

Preachers are allowed no margin of profit, so that they should be 
promptly paid for each copy sold. It is hardly fair to let them have to 
pay for such copies. 

It is very important that the preachers remit to the Chattanooga 
Savings Bank as soon as copies sent them are sold. This will prove a 
great saving to the fund in more ways than one, since we get interest 
on balance in bank. Please do not hold money until next Conference. 

Additional copies will be sent, as ordered, so long as the edition 
lasts 

JAMES A. BURROW, Secretary. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 



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THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 
1920 

Official %cord of 

THE 

Holston Annual Conference 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH 



NINETY-SEVENTH SESSION 

HELD AT 

Highland Park, Chattanooga 
' October 6-12, 1920 



BISHOP COLLINS DENNY . . . • . • President 

REV. J. A. BURROW Secretary 

REV. E. A. SHUGART Assistant Secretary 

REV. J. F. BENTON Assistant Secretary 

REV. J. H. UMBERGER Statistical Secretary 

REV. J. M. WYSOR Statistical Secretary 



Edited by J. A. BURROW, Secretary 

Merner-Pfeiffer Library 

Tennes32e Wesleyan College 
Athens, Tennessee 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 

SESSIONS OF THE HOLSTON ANNUAL CONFERENCE FROM 
1824 TO 1920. 



Place of Sessions 



Date of 
Beginning 



President 



Secretary 



Knoxville, Tenn 

Jonesboro, Tenn. . . . 

Abingdon, Va 

4i Knoxville, Tenn 

5j Jonesboro. Tenn.... 

6 Abingdon, Va 

7 Ebenezer Co., Tenn. 

8 Athens, Tenn 

9! Evansham, Va 

10| Kingsport, Tenn. . . . 

llj Abingdon, Va 

12 1 Abingdon, Va 

13, Reem's Creek, N. C. 
14; Madisonville. Tenn. 

15: Wytheville.Va 

16' Greeneville, Tenn.. . 

17! LaFayette, Ga 

18 Rogersville, Tenn... 
19j Knoxville, Tenn. ... 

20 Abingdon, Va 

21; Reem's Creek, N. C. 

22 Athens, Tenn 

2a' Wytheville.Va 

24j Jonesboro, Tenn 

25' Knoxville, Tenn 

261 Cleveland, Tenn 



27 Abingdon, Va 

281 Athens, Tenn 

29; Asheville, N. C 

30 Wytheville, Va 

31 Cleveland. Tenn. .... 

32 Jonesboro, Tenn 

33 Knoxville, Tenn 

34 Marion, Va 

35 Chattanooga, Tenn,. . 

36! Abingdon, Va 

37| Asheville, N. C 

38j Greeneville, Tenn — 

39 Athens, Tenn 

40 Wytheville, Va 

41 Bristol, Tenn 

42I Marion, Va 

43 i Cleveland, Tenn 

44 Asheville, N. C 

45 Knoxville, Tenn 

46| Abingdon, Va 

47! Wytheville, Va 

48; Morristown,Tenn 

49 Chattanooga, Tenn. . 

50! Marion, Va 

51 j Asheville, N. C 

52' Knoxville, Tenn 

53| Bristol, Tenn 

54 Cleveland, Tenn 

55J Knoxville, Tenn 

56j Arlington, Va 

57[ Morristown, Tenn. . . 

58 Wytheville.Va 

59 Asheville. N. C 

60! Chattanooga, Tenn... 

61 1 Bristol, Tenn 

62, Cleveland, Tenn 

63| Knoxville, Tenn 

64 [ Abingdon, Va 

65! Asheville, N. C 

66| Morristown, Tenn. . . 

67| Bristol, Tenn 

68' Chattanooga, Tenn. . 

69; Wytheville.Va 

70j Knoxville, Tenn 

71 Abingdon, Va 



Nov. 27, 
Oct. 20, 
Nov. 2, 
Nov. 1, 
Nov. 14, 
Dec. 24, 
Nov. 4, 
Nov. 10. 
Nov. 15, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 8, 
Oct. 7, 
Oct. 2. 
Oct. 18, 
Nov. 13. 
Oct. 13, 
Nov. 11, 
Oct. 6, 
Oct. 5, 
Oct. 4, 
Oct. 9. 
Oct. 8, 
Oct, 21. 
Oct. 20, 
Oct. 11, 
Oct. 11, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 7, 
Sept.29, 
Oct. 12, 
Oct. 14, 
Nov. 14, 
Oct. 22, 
Oct. 22, 
Oct. 6, 
Oct. 26. 
Oct. 17, 
Oct. 9, 
Oct. 15, 
Oct. 7, 
Oct. 19, 
Sept. 14, 
Oct. 10. 
Oct. 2-t, 
Oct. 2. 
Sept 22, 
Oct. 5, 
Oct. 18, 
Oct. 5, 
Oct. 15, 
Oct. 14, 
Oct. 20, 
Oct. 18, 
Oct. 25, 
Oct 23, 
Oct. 28, 
Oct. 20, 
Oct. 26. 
Oct. 25, 
Oct. 10, 
Oct. 22, 
Oct 21, 
Oct. 28, 
Oct 5. 
Oct. 3, 
Oct. 3, 
Oct. 1. 
Sept. 30, 
Oct. 12, 
Oct. 11, 
Oct. 24, 



1824 
1825 
1826 
1827 
1828 
1829 
1830 
1831 
1832 
1833 
1834 
1835 
1836 
1837 
1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1842 
1843 
1844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 
18.54 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 



Bishop Roberts 

Bishops Roberts and Soulc 

Bishop Soule 

Bishop Roberts 

Bishop Soule 

Bishop Soule 

Bps. McKendree and Sou]( 

Bishop Hedding 

Bishop Emory 

Bisho V Roberts 

J. Henninger 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Capers 

Bishop Morris 

Bishop Andrew 

T. K. Catlett 

Bishop Morris 

S. Fatton 

Bishop Waugh 

Bishop Mori'is 

Bishop Janes 

Bi<hop Andrew , 

Bishop Capers , 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Paine 

Bishop Andrew 

Bisbop Andrew 

Bishop Capers 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Paine 

Pishop Pierce 

Bishop Paine 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Paine 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Early 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Wightman 

Bishop Wightman 

Bishop Dog^ett 

Bishop Kavanangh 

Bishop Pierce 

Bishop Doggett 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop Doggett 

Bi^h'^p MeTyeire 

Bishop Wightman 

Bishop Doggett 

Bishop Kavanangh 

Bishop Pierce 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop McTyeire . . ..^. 

Bishop W ilson 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Hargrove 

Bishop Wilson 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop Galloway 

Bishop Fitzgerald 

Bishop Duncan 

Bishop Granbery 



John Tevis 
T. Stringfield 



E. F. Sevier 
E H-. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
T. Stringfield 
L S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 
L S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 

D. R. McAnally 

E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
Vj. H\ Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
C. D. Smith 
C. D. Srrith 
C. D. Smith 

C. D. Smith 
E F. Sevier 

D. R. McAnally 
D. R. McAnally 

C. D. Smith 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
J.N. Huffaker 
J.N. Huffaker 

D. Sullins 

J. H. Brunner 
J. H. Brunner 

E. E. Wiley 
J. W. Dickey 
J. W. Dickey 
J. H. Brunner 
J. H. Brunner 
R. N. Price 
R.N. Price 

R. N Price 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 
R. E. Price 
P. Richardson 

F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
B. W. S. Bishop 
B. W. S. Bishop 
B. W. S. Bishop 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 

J. A Burrow 
J. A. Burrow 



APII »9 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



Place of Sessions 



Date of 
Beginning 



President 



Secretary 



72 Tazewell, Va Oct 10, 1895 

73 Cleveland, Tenn Oct. 7,1896 

74 Bristol, Tenn Oct. 6, 1897 

75 Morristown, Tenn. ... Oct. 12,1898 

76 Bluefield, W. Va ! Oct. 11, 1899 

77 Chattanooga, Tenn. ..^ Oct. 10 1900 

78 Knoxville, Tenn Oct. 9, 1901 

79 Wytheville, Tenn Oct. 8,1902 

80 Morristown, Tenn. ... Oct. 8,1903 

81 Abingdon, Va Oct. 12,1904 

82 Bristol, Tenn.-Va Oct. 11,1905 

83 Cleveland, Tenn Oct. 10. 1906 

84 Bluefield, W. Va Oct. 9, 1907 

85 Knoxville. Tenn Oct. 7, 1908 

86 Johnson City, Tenn... Oct. 6,1909 

87 Chattanooga. Tenn. . . Oct. 5, 1910 

88 Morristown, Tenn. ... Oct. 4,1911 

89 Abingdon. Va Oct. 2,1912 

90 Cleveland, Tenn Oct. 1.1913 

91 Bristol, Tenn.-Va Oct. 14, 1914 

92 Knoxville, Tenn Oct. 6, 1915 

93 Bluefield, W. Va Oct. 4, 1916 

94 Pulaski, Va Oct. 10, 1917 

95 Johnson City, Tenn... Oct. 30, 19i8 

96 Princeton, W. Va Oct. 8,1919 

97i Chattanooga, Tenn... Oct. 6, 1920 



Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishow 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bisnop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 



Dancan 

Galloway . . 

Key 

Hargrove . . 

Wilson 

Granbery. . 
Hendrix . . . 
Morrison . . . 

Hoss 

Smith 

Duncan 

Galloway . . 
Morrison . . . 
Hoss ........ 

Hoss 

Candler 

Kilgo 

Kilgo 

Denny 

Waterhouse 

Murrah 

Atkins 

Waterhouse 

Denny 

Denny 

Denny 



J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 



J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 

J. A. 



J. A. 
J. A. 



Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Barrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 



OUR SAINTED DEAD 



"And I heard a voice from Heaven saying unto me. Write. Blessed are the dead which 
die in the Lord, from henceforth ; Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors ; 
and their works do follow them."— Rev. xiv: 13. 



Names 



Admitted on 
Trial 



Where Buried 



Moses Black 

George Atkin 

James G. B. Spear 

John Henninger 

Thomas Wilkerson 

Mitchell Martin 

EliK. HutseU 

Ira Falls 

John Bowman 

O. F. Cunningham 

David Fleming 

James Y. Crawford 

James Dixon 

Ransom M. Moore 

John Barringer 

Leander W. Wilson . . . 

David Adams 

Samuel Patton 

Washington Boring . . 

Ulrich Keener 

'4eorge Eaki n 

Jesse Cunningham. 

John M Kelly.. 

John M. Varnell 

A. M. Goody koontz . . . 
Thomas Stringfield . . . 

Charles Mitchell 

Andrew Gass 

Robertson Ganaway. . . 

Creed Fulton 

William K. Foster 

Elbert F. Sevier 

Samuel A. Miller 

W. W. Smith 

Rufus M. Stevens 

James R. Ballew 

George M. Proffit 

H. B. Swisher 



1733 
1813 



1816 

1798 

179 

1822 

181(1 



1789 
1802 



1813 
1796 
1814 
1792 

1780 



1821 



1814 
1808 



1797 



1822, 
1811. 



.S. Carolina.. 1 1809, 

1827 

.Tennessee... 1833 

.Western .... 1838' 



Abingdon, Va. 



1837. 
1825. 
832. 
1812. 
1833. 
1824. 
1823. 
1811. 
1849. 
1827. 
1836. 
1821. 
1819. 
1851. 
1825. 
1811. 
1811. 
1828. 
1849. 
1838. 
1816. 
1851. 
1843. 
1827. 
1823. 
18.53. 
1823. 
18.36. 
1851. 
1859. 
1860. 
18.58. 
1860. 



Western ....1839 

Holston 1843 

Holston ;i844 

Tennessee ..'.... 
Tennessee ..1848 

Holston 

Tennessee . . 

Western 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Tennessee .. 
Tennes.'^ee . . 

Holston 

Holston 



1850 
1850 



Cleveland. Tenn 

Abingdon. Va 

Charleston. Tenn.... 

Sulphur Springs, N. C. . 

Roane Co., Tenn 

Rheatown, Tenn 

Wheeler's Chapel, Tenn. 

Kingston, Tenn 

Rogersville, Tenn 



Western .... 


18.56 


Western 


1856 


S. Carolina. . 


1867 


Holston 


1857 


Baltimore . . . 


1858 


Tennessee . . 


1858 


Holston 


18.59 


Holston 


1859 



1851 
1851 
1853 
18.54 
1854 
18561 



Abingdon, Va. 



Holston 

Tennessee . 
Holston . . . . 
Tennessee . , 

Holston 

Holston. ... 

Holston 

Holston . . . . 
Holston 



1860 
1851; 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1863 
1864 
1864 
1864 



Strawberry Plains, Tenn- 

Kingsport. Tenn 

Sullivan Co., Tenn 

Jackson Co., N. C 

Uriel, Tenn 

Mt. Harmony, Tenn 

Tazewell, Tenn 

Calhoun, Tenn 

Clear Branch, Va 

Strawberry Plains, Tenn. 

Carroll Co.. Va 

Dandridge. Tenn. 

Smyth Co., Va 

Emory, Va 

New Hope W. Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Lee Co., Va 



Covington, Ky.. 
North Carolina. 



Holston 11864 Greeneville. Tenn^ 



14 


13 


13 


13 


35 


"ie 


3 


3 


2 




31 


23 


9 


6 


21 


23 


7 


7 


19 


17 


37 


22 


7 


6 


13 


9 


22 


14 


24 


15 


8 


6 


25 


15 


12 


12 


12 


9 


30 


17 


4 


3 


4 


4 


1 


4 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



OUR SAINTED DEAD — Co7,.1hm€(l. 



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3P 


Edwin C. Wexler 

John D. Wagg 

Jesse G. Swisher 

Daniel R Reagan 

Thomas K.Catlett.... 
James K. Stringfield. . 
Thomas K. Munsey... 

Joseph L. McGrhee 

Samuel B Harwell .... 


1828 1850.. Holston .... 
1835 1858.. Holston .... 
1803 1844.. Holston .... 
1834 18.59.. Holston .... 
1798' 1825.. Holston .... 


186.n 
1866 
1866 
1867 
1867 
1870 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
187r 
1875 
1876 
1876 
1876 
187f< 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1881 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1883 
1883 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
188.5 
1886 

1887 
1888 
1888 
1889 




14 
5 
2 
5 
38 
11 
17 
4 

8 

5 

4 

21 

37 

12 

34 

21 

28 

15 

28 

32 

6 

14 


n 


40 


Hillsville, Va. . 


5 


41 




1(1 


42 
43 


Geo r-gia 


5 
^4 


44 


1839 
1816 
1844 


1858.. Holston .... 
1810.. Holston .... 
1869.. Holston .... 
1819.. Tennessee .. 
1860 Missouri 


Asheville N C 


q 


45 


Calhoun, Tenn 


1? 


46 




3 


47 


Kingston, Tenn. 


h 


48 


Samuel Alexander 

Edward - . Lyons 

E. Waverly Marsh .... 
Jacob Brillhart 


183H 




6 


49 


1836 1866 Tennessee 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


4 


50 


1847 
1808 


1869.. Holston .... 
1848.. Kentucky... 
1847.. Holston .... 
1863.. Holston .... 
1827.. Holston .... 
18.59, Hnlstnn 




3 


51 


Sweetwater, Tenn. 


1(1 


59 


Liberty Hill, Tenn 

Bakersvil'p N. C. 


35 


53 


George W. Martin .... 

Daniel C. Carter 

James D. Dickey 

John Reynolds 

Wiley B, Winton 

William W.Neal 


1821 
1803 
1829 


6 


54 
55 


Liberty H 11, Tern 

Clear Branc 1, Va 


29 
14 


56 


1797 1819.. S. Carolina. 
1812 1833.. Hols ton .... 
18241 1846.. Holston .... 
1833 1845.. Holston .... 
1849 1872 Hnlstnn 


Asheville, ^ . C 




57 


Springfield, Mo 


q 


58 
59 


Rhea Springs, Tenn 


21 
17 


60 


L. W. Thomson 


Floyd, Va. 


5 


61 




1873.. Holston .... 
1873 Holston 




11 


62 


W. M. Crawford 

Samuel S. Grant 

Elbert L. Barrett 


1842 


Boone, N. C. 


6 4 


63 


1839 


1858.. Holston ... 
1873.. Holston ... 
1833..Hol>ton .... 
1827.. Holston .... 
1838.. N.Carolina. 
I860.. Mississippi . 
1877.. Holston .... 
1877.. Holston .... 
1870.. N.Carolina. 
1871.. Holston .... 
1870.. Holston .... 
1850.. Holston .... 
1832.. Holston .... 

1878. .Holston 

1846.. Holston .... 
1847.. Holston .... 

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14 

34 
31 


11 


64 


Shiloh, Tenn. 


6 


65 


William Hicks 

Joseph Haskew 

William H.Barnes.... 

Henry B. Avery 

H. G. Blankenbeckler. 
William B. Pickens... 

John H. Robeson 

Archibald T. Brooks.. 

James K. P. Ball 

John D.Baldwin 

Timothy Sullins 

William M. Bellamy .. 
Larkin W. Crouch 


1811 
1797 
1812 
1839 
18.50 
1845 
1818 
1817 
1844 
1818 
1812 
1847 


Bluff City. Tenn 


•?? 


66 


AVjingdon, Va. . . 


17 


67 


Princeton, W. Va. .... 


2? 


68 




22 

5 
6 

"ii 

5 
26 
13 

8 
19 
32 
15 

6 
19 
18 
13 
27 

5 
32 
32 
35 
20 

.? 
g 

17 
h2 

8 
20 
11 

3 
14 
30 
11 
16 
27 

9 
30 


14 


69 




? 


70 


Ducktown, Tenn. .. 


5 


71 

72 


Buncombe Co., N. C 

Falls Mill, Va 


"7 


73 
74 


Spring Creek, Tenn 

Sneedville, Tenn 


4 
19 


75 




8 


76 


Scott Co., Va 


4 




Calhoun Co., Tenn 

Asheville, N. C 

Rogersville, Tenn, 


14 


78 
79 


James T. Smith 

David R. Smith 

John S. Bourne 

William L. Turner 

Samuel D. Gaines 

George W. Renfro .... 
Samuel R. Wheeler... 

David C. Home 

George Stewart 

Andrew J Prazier 

George W. Miles 

James N. S. Huffaker. 

Thomas J. Pope 

William W. Witcher.. 

John M. McTeer 

Ephraim E.Wiley .... 

Tobias P. Smythe 

John L. M. French 

Rufus W. Kite 

George W. K. Greene . 
Emory B. Robertson. . 

John R.Bellamy 

Riley A. Giddins 

Benj. W. S Bishop ... 
G. M. P. Hampton .... 

Sewell Phillips 

Phillip Sutton 

James R. Chambers. . . 
Fleming D. Crumley.. 

Jefferson D. Akers 

James A. Davis 

Henry P Waugh 


1819 
1835 


24 


80 


1856* 1881.. Holston .... 
181l| 1837.. Holston .... 

1811 Holston .... 

1823, 1847.. Holston .... 

1816 1861.. Holston .... 
1857| 1885.. Holston .... 
1821 1 1851.. Holston .... 
1836 I860.. Holston .... 
1829 1854.. Holston .... 
1827 1846..Hol?ton .... 

1817 1854.. Holston .... 
1817 1894 Hnlstnn 




3 


81 


Jonesville, Va. 


13 


82 


1889 
1899 
1890 
1890 


Bristol. Tenn 


14 


83 


Harriman, Tenn. 


1'> 


81 


Ald«^rson, W. Va 


14 


85 


Rockwood, Tenn 


3 


86 


1891 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
18y2 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1895 
189,^ 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1897 
1897 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1398 


Wythe Co., Va 


95 


87 


Knoxville, Tenn 


15 


88 




15 


89 




18 


90 


Vernon Texas 


q 


91 






92 


1824 
1814 
1837 


1847.. Holston .... 
1840.. Holston .... 

18fin TTnlstnn 


Wytheville, Va. 


17 


93 




9 


94 


Near Emory, Va 


1'> 


95 


1838 1861.. Holston .... 
1858 1884.. Holston .... 
1831i 1859.. Holston .... 
1855 1878.. Holston .... 
1866 1891.. Holston .... 
1818 1848.. Holston .... 
1834 1856.. Hols ton .... 
1850 1879 W.Virp-inia. 


Wythe Co., Va 


?5 


96 


Bristol, Tenn 


4 


97 


Bland Co , Va. 


1'> 


98 


Dalton, Ga 


8 


99 
ion 


Elizabethton, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn 


3 
1? 


101 


Emory, Va 


17 


10? 


Riceville, Tenn 


6 


103 
104 


1830 
1823 
1850 
1829 
1868 
1825 


1851.. Holston .... 
1854.. Holston .... 
1887.. Holston .... 
I860.. Holston .... 
1891.. Holston .... 
1867.. Holston .... 
1855.. Holston .... 
1872.. Holston .... 
1875.. Holston .... 


Eagle Furnace, Tenn 

Princeton, W. Va. 


4 
19 


105 


Blountville. Tenn 


4 


106 
107 


Fall Branch, Tenn 


17 


108 


Emory, Va 






109 


Morristown, Tenn. . . 


34 

27 


34 


110 
111 


John H. Kennedy 

John R. Cunningham. 


1848 
1844 


Morristown, Tenn 

Wheeler's Chapel, Tenn. . 


15 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



OUR SAINTED OE/KO- Continued. 



Names 



Admitted on 
Trial 



Where Buried 






112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 1 
12ll 
122 
123 
124 
1251 
126' 
127| 
1281 
129 
130 [ 
131 
1821 
133 
134 
135 
136 
187 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150! 
151 
152 i 
153; 
154 j 
155; 
156 
157 1 
158 

159; 

1601 
161 
162! 
163 
164' 
165 
166 
167 
168! 
169 i 
17() 
171 
172' 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 



W. G. E. Cunnyngham 

John Alley 

Joseph P. Wampler. . . 

James K. Wolfe 

Wm. H. Henderson. . . 
Edward W.Walker... 

William L. Jones 

JohnH. Keith 

William H. Dawn 

Rufus M. Hickey 

Elbert S. Bettis 

Jones F. Hash 

Alex. E Woodward . . . 
John W. Robertson. . . 

Enoch W. Moore 

Francis M. Grace 

Rush F. Jackson 

Wil iam P. Doane 

William Robeson 

John R. Stradley 

William M. Dyer 

Samuel S. Weatherly. 

William H. Bates 

James S. Kennedy 

James Mahoney 

Charles H. Fogleman . 

Joseph B. Davis 

John C. Runyan 

James M. Jimison .... 
James E Swecker .... 

John D. Hickson 

Robert E. Smith 

John Boring 

Milton J. Butcher 

Jacob R. Payne 

John Woolsey 

William H.Kelly 

John B. Carnes 

William W. Pyott 

George B. Draper 

Frank Richardson .... 

John P. Dickey 

James O. Straley 

James W. Belt 

Henry C. Neal 

James A. Darr 

James R. Hunter 

Robert A. Hutsell .... 

William C. Paris 

Charles K. Miller 

John H. Brunner 

Erastus H Bogle 

George S. Wood 

James E. Bruce 

Milton L. Clendenen . 

Mitchell P. Swaim 

Will L. Sorrell 

John A. Duvall 

Robey K. Sutherland 

John R Walker 

Ayres Kincaid 

Joseph A. Bilderback. 

John M. Wolfe 

David Sullins 

John Wesley Smith . . 

John L. Prater 

John M. Maiden , 

Charles T. Carroll .... 

Elbert W. Fisher 

Benjamin F. Nuckolls 
Elijah Embree Hoss. . 

Samuel H. Hall 

Frank M. Reynolds.. 



1820 

1825 

1848 

184 

1846 

1846 

1853 

1839 



1820 
185it 
1870 
1832 
1850 
18331 
18321 
1849 
18831 
1822, 
1825 1 
1857 
1857 
1821 
1826 
1828 
18851 
1838 
1845! 
1877 
1861 
1835 
1846 
1827 
1873 
1840 
1851 
1824 
1858 
1846 
1855 
1831 
1844 
1864 



1843. 
1845. 
1876. 

1889. 
1882. 
1870. 
1872 
1845. 
1893. 
1891. 



Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 



. 1900 
. 1900' 
. 1900 1 
.1900! 
.11901 
.'l90l! 
.11902! 
.'1902! 



1875. 
1860. 
1853. 
1884. 
1859. 
1844. 
1856. 
1885. 
1873. 
1846. 
1852. 
1859. 
1902. 
1874. 
1871. 
1895. 
1890. 
1875. 
1870. 
1851. 



1848. 
1888. 
1866. 
1889. 
1854. 
1871. 
1884. 



.Holston . 
.Holston . 
.Holston . 
.Holston . 
.Holston . 
.Holston , 
.Holston . 
.Hols con . 
.Holston . 
.Holston . 
.Virginia. 
.Holston . 
.Holston , 
.Holston , 
.Holston , 
.Holston , 
.Holston , 
.Holston , 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston , 
.Holston 
.Holston , 
.Holston , 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston , 
.Holston 



1829 
1847 
1864 
18471 
18561 
1832 
1825 
1842 
1872 
1840 
1833 
1832 
1868 
1860 
1870 
1850 
1849 
1846 
1844 
1827 



1853 
1854 
1842 
1885 
1838 
1849! 
1857] 
1875 



1862. 
1887. 
1889. 
1872. 
1880. 
1860. 
1847. 
1869. 
1892. 
1844. 
1867. 
1853. 
1892. 
1886. 
1894. 
1876. 
1872. 
1872. 
1872. 
1850. 



Holston 
Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.HoUton 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
Holston 



1879. 
1890. 
1865. 
1911. 
1861 
1869. 
1888. 
1910. 



.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
Holston 
.Holston 



1902 
1903! 
1903; 



1904 
1904! 
1904; 
1905 
190.^ 
1905: 
1905i 
190.- 
1905 1 
1905] 
1905 
1907 i 
19071 
1907 1 
1908 
1909, 
1909 
1909' 
1910 
1910 
1910! 
I91l! 
1911! 
1911 
1911 
1911 



1912 
191-z 
1912 



1913 
1913 
1913 
1913' 



1913 
1914 
1914 
1915! 
1915: 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915! 
19161 
1917; 
19171 
1917 
1917 
1918! 
1918 
19181 
1918 
1918 
191H: 
1919 
1919 
1920 



Nashville, Tenn 

Dunlap, Tenn 

Shell Mound, Tenn 

New Providence, Tenn.. 

Decatur, Tenn 

Graham, Va 

Morristown, Tenn 

Asheville, N. C 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Morristown, Tenn 

Emory, Va 

Grayson Co,, Va 

Tate Springs, Tenn 

Jasper, Tenn 

Independence, Va 

Owenton, Ala 

Emory, Va 

Friend's Station, Tenn.. 

Blountville, Tenn 

Hiwassee College Tenn. 

Emory, Va 

Emory, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Knoxville. Tenn 

Wallace, Va 

Russell Co 

Emory, Va 

Pleasant Grove, Tenn.. . 

Emory, Va 

Wythe Co., Va 

Afton,Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Surgoinsville- Tenn 

Telford, Tenn 

Powell's Station, Tenn. 

Tazewell, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Emory, Va 

Gate City, Va 

LaFollette, Tenn 

Los Angeles Cal 

Emory, Va 

Speer's Ferry, Va 

Abingdon, Va 

Jasper, Tenn 

St. Elmo, Tenn 

LaFollette, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Rural Retreat, Va 

Hiwassee College, Tenn. 

Bristol, Va 

Hiltons, Va 

Bland County, Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

Liberty Hill, Tenn 

Clinton, Tenn 

Emory, Va 

Emory, Va 

Wytheville, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Sweetwater, Tenn 

Dry den, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Pulaski Co., Va 

Bristol, Va 

Emory, Va 

Morristown, Tenn 

Wvthe Co., Va 

Galax, Va 

Muskogee, Ok 

Greeneville, Tenn 

Andersonville, Tenn.... 



21I 



50 29 

7! 5 
121 7 



23 17 
6 3 

18 10 



45! 28 
I4I 9 
23! 21 



24 8 



40 21 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



LOCAL PREACHERS IN HOLSTON 



'E" means Elder; 



means' Deacon. 



ABINGDON DISTRICT 

1 E. C. Rodefer (E), Bristol, Tenn. 1 

2 B. O. Davis (E), Abingdon, Va. 2 

3 J. A. Pendegrass (E), Blountvilla 3 

4 D. M. Graybeal (D), Damascus, Va. 4 

5 Jno. R. Smith (E), Bristol, Tenn. 5 

6 T. G. Neal (D), Alvarado, Va. 6 

7 W. W. Burke (D), Meadow View, Va. 7 

8 S. B. Fickel" (D), Blountville, Tenn. 8 

9 Geo. W. Osborne (D), Bristol, Tenn. 9 

10 Oscar Eller (D), Emory, A"a. 10 

11 G. A. Callahan, Wyndale, Va. 11 

12 H. H. White, Bristol, Va. 12 

13 C. M. Fisher, Emory, Va. 13 

14 J. D, Isley, Blountville, Tenn. 14 

15 Arva V. Rudy, Poplar Camp, Va. 15 

16 W. M. Dean, Emory, Va. 16 

17 J. A. Turner, North Holston, Va. 17 
IS David T. James, Emory, Va. 18 

19 J. D. Felty, Bristol, Tenn. 19 

20 Charles Umberger, Emory, Va. 20 

21 A. T. Liowry, Saltville, Tenn. 21 



CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT 

H. K. Allison (E), Rising Fawn, Ga. 

J. F. Austin, Rising Fawn, Ga. 

J. H. Eddings (E), Chattanooga. 

Elza Forrester, Rising Fawn, Ga. 

C. B. Hall, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

A. M. Tomlins'on (D), N. Chattanooga, 

J. D. Hadaway, South Pittsburg, 

J. F. Dedford, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

J. R. McFarland (D), Rossville, Ga. 

Battle McLester (E), Chattanooga. 

F. M. Shively (D), Whltewell, Tenn, 

J. D. Tackett, Evensville, Tenn. 

H. A. True (E), St. Elmo, Te-nn. 

J. S. Young (E), St. Elmo, Tenn. 

F. B. Wyatt, Litton, Tenn. 

W. L. Wyatt, Graysville, Tenn. 

W. J. Morton, Hinkle, Ga. 

T. A. Morgan, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

N. A. Cobb, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

A. N. Daily, Sulphur Springs, Ga. 

H. M. Clark, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Died this year — J. R. Hatfleld. 



BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT 

1 T. P. Graham (E), Jonesville, Va. 

2 H. K. Hillman (E), Herald, Va. 

3 S. L. Hockenberry (E), Ewing, Va. 

4 J. C. Kinzer (B), Kingsport, Tenn. 

5 C. C. Brooks (D), Rose Hill, Ya.. 

6 R. L. Graham (D), Jonesville, Va. 

7 Worley Hillman (D), Dungannon, Va. 

8 S. H. Jennings (D), Jonesville, Va. 

9 J. P. Little (D), Kingsport, Tenn. 

10 S. W. McConnell (D), Nickelsville. 

11 W. H. Wampler (D), East Stone Gap. 

12 T. F. Suthers (D), Roanoke, Va. 

13 J. C. Brown, Pennington Gap, Va. 

14 J. A. Clements, Wise, Va. 

15 J. W. Ely, Hagan, Va. 

16 B. M. Francisco, Nickelsville, Va. 

17 C, C. Greear, Gate City, Yel. 

18 C, A. Hillman, Herald, Ya.. 

19 M. B. Jennings, Jonesville, Ya.. 

20 H. J. Kelly, Brewster, Va. 

21 P. H. Larmer, Pennington Gap, Va. 

22 W. a Robinette, Blackwater, Va. 

23 C. E. Rowlett, Ewing, Va. 

24 E. S. Wilson. Stonega, Va. 

25 H. L. Hanshew. Coeburn. Va. 



BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 

1 J. H. Honaker (E), Montcalm, W. Va. 

2 W. H. Ayers (D), Bluefield, W. Va. 

3 Dan A. Atkins (D), Keystone, W, Va. 

4 Samuel T. Akers, Gary, W. Va. 

5 C. C. Bailey, Davy, W. Va. 

6 P. D. Bratton, Montcalm, W. Va. 

7 S. E. Bratton, Rock, W. Va. 

8 J. B. Staley, Bluefield, W. Va. 

9 James L. Penland, Pageton, W. Va. 

10 Ben C. Wise, Matoka, W. Va. 

11 Herbert D. Hart, Emory, Va. 

12 J. Cleveland Clarke, War, W. Va. 

13 M. S. Kestner, War, W. Va. 

14 Geo. W. Wesley, Jaeger, W. Va. 

15 J. Will Pailey, Kimball, W. Va. 

16 Jasper Sage, Bluefield, W. Va. 

17 J. C. Spurlin, Montcalm, W. Va. 

18 Walter H. Simpkin, Panther, W. Va, 

19 E. B. Groseclose, laeger, W. Va. 

20 J. Pat. Murphy, Hemp Hill, W. Va. 

21 Geo. W. Collins, Bluefield, W. Va. 

22 James Doutheat*, Bluefield, W, Va. 
*Ijicensed this year. 



CLEVELAND DISTRICT 

1 A, N. Jackson (E), Louisville, Tenn. 

2 J. E. McCampbell (E), Townsend. 

3 W. H. Patterson (E), Cleveland, Tenn. 

4 I. F. Fisher (E), Apison, Tenn. 

5 T. M. Hicks (D), Benton, Tenn. 

6 John Massengale (D). Athens, Tenn. 

7 P. S. Moody, Unitia, Tenn. 

8 A. M. Tomlinson (D), Chattanooga. 

9 W. R. Walker, Calhoun, Tenn. 

10 G. B. Henderson, Vonore, Tenn. 

11 J. E. Fogleman (E), Concord, Tenn. 

12 W. J. Cannon CD), Chattanooga, 

13 J. A. Cline, Tellico Plains, Tenn. 

14 H. D. Justus, Lenoir Oity, Tenn. 

15 C. D. Curtis, Maryville, Tenn. 

16 J. F. Forkner, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

17 'W. H. Long, Peakland, Tenn. 

19 Joseph Codispoti, Hiwassee College. 

20 Wm. F. Carter, Hiwassee College, 

21 Wm. A. Hanson, Ducktown, Tenn. 

22 Othor Robinson, Ducktown, Tenn. 

23 J. W. Lockhart (D), Cleveland, Tenn. 

25 Jasper Dewey Shupe, Hiwassee Col. 

26 Christopher C. Aldredge, Englewood. 

27 J. T. Hibberts, Benton, Tenn. 

28 Oscar G. Rodgers, Tyner, Tenn. 

29 Ross Jeffries. Hiwassee College, Tenn. 

30 Bryan Greene, Hiwassee College, Tenn. 

31 Roy C. Davis, Hiwassee Collegt, Tenn. 
Died this year — Henry D. Gatlin. 



KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 

1 Samuel L. Akers, Knoxville, Tenn. 

2 J. M. Bell, Fountain City, Tenn. 

3 D. A. Biggs, Fountain City, Tenn. 

4 A. L. Broyles, Knoxville, Tenn. 

5 Arch Buchanan, Tazewell, Tenn. 

6 J. W. Carter (E), Harriman, Tenn. 

7 Willie Lee Capps, Knoxville, Tenn. 

8 I. Wesley Clark, Knoxville, Tenn. 

9 Lee M. Coward, Byington, Tenn. 

10 Dr. E. Dixon (D), Coal Creek, Tenn. 

11 J. F. Eisele, Knoxville, Tenn. 

12 L. E. Eisele, Knoxville, Tenn. 

13 A. W. Fisher, Knoxville, Tenn. 

14 D. H. Groover (D), Fountain City. 

15 O. E. Householder. Knoxville, Tenn. 

16 John G. Irwin (D), Andersonville. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



17 Samuel L. Jones, Knoxville, Tenn. 
IS W. F. Leming, Tazewell, Tenn. 

19 R. B. Parsons (E), Bearden, Tenn. 

20 W. A. Roberts, Knoxville, Tenn. 

21 W. T. Roby (E), Knoxville, Tenn. 

22 J. H. Reynolds (D), Harriman, Tenn. 

23 C. J. S'chafer, Petros, Tenn. 

24 G. M. Shelly (D), Rockwood, Tenn. ■ 

25 J. E. Smith, Knoxville, Tenn. 

26 Austin White, Clinton, Tenn. 

27 W. T. Wilson, Knoxville, Tenn. 



MORRISTOWN DISTRICT 

1 W. M. Bellamy, Surgoinsville, Tenn. 

2 T. M. Bellamy, Embreeville, Tenn. 

3 E. Z. Blanckenbeckler (E), Afton. 

4 J. C. Clark, Limestone, Tenn. 

5 J. B. Cross (D), Chuckey, Tenn. 

6 N. H. Geisler, Fall Branch, Tenn. 

7 John Wiley Hammer, Dandridge. 

8 John Martin Harper, Church Hill. 

9 D. T. Kirt (D), Newport, Tenn. 

10 E. R. Kite, Persia, Tenn. 

11 G. W. McAmis, Afton, Tenn. 

12 O. T. Miller, Johnson City, Tenn. 

13 N. M. Moneyhun, Eidson, Tenn. 

14 W. T. Moore, Bybee, Tenn. 

15 .7. O. Patton, White Pine, Tenn. 

16 W. L. Norwood CE), Eidson, Tenn. 

17 F. A. St. John, Afton, Tenn. 

18 M. L. Talley, T\^hite Pine, Tenn. 

19 C. R. Vinson, Newport, Tenn. 

20 C. W. Williams, Parrotsville, Tenn. 

21 Barney Thompson (E), Morristown. 

22 C W. Johnson, Jefferson City. Tenn. 

23 William Crosby Cobb*, Morristown. 



22 J. M. Shepherd, Mechanicsburg, Va, 

23 C. E. Williams, Newbern, Va. 

24 Z. F. Maybery, Lerona, W. Va. 

25 J. C. Flinchan (D), Pulaski, Va. 



TAZEWELL DISTRICT 

1 C. W. Street, Deskins, Va. 

2 T. A. Repass, Tazewell, ^';i. 

3 T. H. Short, Burk's Garden, Va. 

4 E. M. Boyd, Boyds, Va. 

5 W. A. Reynolds, Graham, Va. 

6 T. N. Shook, Carrie, Va. 

7 John Russell, Indian, Va. 

S Earnest Wynn, Tazewell, Va. 
9 Garnet Lester, Repass, Va. 

10 Edgar Hurt, Gardner, Va. 

11 W. G. Long, Clintwood, Va. 

12 J. N. Graham CD). Belfast, Va. 

13 H. B. Tiller, Coaldan, Va. 

14 O. F. Brown, Richlands, Va. 

15 R. R. Woodburn, Cleveland, Va. 

16 W. K. Neal (D), Shawner's Mills, Va. 

17 Robert Cross (E), Castlewood. Va. 
IS W. W. Tost (E), North Tazewell, Va. 

19 M. W. Remine (E), Clintwood, Va. 

20 J. H. Bowling (D), North Tazewell. 

21 J. E. Graham (E), Maxwell, Va. 

22 Birdine Looney*. Grundy, Va., R. F. D. 

23 Holland Pyatt Boyd*, Davenport, Va. 

24 Lawrence W. McFarland*, Tip Top. 

25 .Joseph L. D. Perkins*, Hanger, Va. 

26 J. O. Cowan, Boisset, Va. 
2 7 W. R. Miller. Carho, Va. 

2S R. J. Tl^ampler, Council. Va. 

29 J. D. Spits'er, Cove Creek, Va. 

30 J. R. Beliher, Belfast Mills, Va. 

♦Licensed this year. 



RADFORD DISTRICT 



1 W. N. Baker (E), Mechanicsburg, Va. 

2 J. D. Wright (E), Rock, W. Va. 

3 H. C. Thompson (E), Troutdale, Va. 

4 C. A. Brown (E), Narrows, Va. 

5 L. H. Kinser (E), East Radford, Va. 

6 London C. Taylor CE). Snowville, Va. 

7 Z. A. Wall CE), Oakdale. W. Va. 

8 Clarence Gutridge (E), Pipe Stem. 

9 W. C. Shrewsesbery (E), Princton. 

10 TV. A. Warner CD), New River, Va. 

11 S. V. Morris (D), Hollvbrook, Va. 

12 F. M. Radford, Hollybrook. Va. 

13 Preston Fowler, Foster's Falls, Va. 

14 Harvey Hanshew, Oakvale. W. Va. 

15 Arthur Wycle, Emory, Va. 

16 H. W. Byrd, Pride. TV^ Va. 

17 Ethelbert Weeks, Willis, Va. 

18 Harry A. Merrell. Draper, A^a. 

19 E. H. Hilton. Roanoke. Va. 

20 Kennith M. Peters*, Trigg, Va. 

21 J. J. Bland. Bellsprings, Va. 
♦Licensed this j-ear. 



WTTHEVILLE DISTRICT 

1 T. C. Vaughan (E), Spring Valley, Va. 

2 W. A. Leonard (D), Groseclose, Va. 

3 J. R. Pinion (E), Spring Valley, Va. 

4 W. M. Shuler (D), Marion, Va. 

5 H. J. Crowgey, Wytheville, Va. 

6 J. A. Fisher, Wytheville, Va. 

7 B. A. Pool, Independence, Va. 

8 W. E. Williams, Spring Valley, Va. 

9 J. K. Shulern, Flat Ridge, Va. 

10 G. W. Slagle, Rural Retreat, Va. 

11 R. L. Wiley, Independence, Va. 

12 John K. Dean, Max Meadows, Va. 

13 E. G. Fry, Wytheville, Va. 

14 S. W. Chisenhall, Teas; Va. 

15 Chas. R. Melton CD). Galax, Va. 

16 R. Lake Wright, £ipring Valley, Va. 

17 C. A. Smith. Fancy Gap, Va. 
IS R. L. Parks, Wytheville, Va. 

19 'Wm. K. Cregger. T\"ytheville, Va. 

20 g. O. Fry. T^^ytheville. Va. 

?1 Irby E. Cregger, "^'ytheville, Va. 

22 C. W. Taylor. Independence. Va. 

23 E. B. Lindamood, Wytheville, Va. 



LAY DELEGATES TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE O^ 1920 



ABINGDON DISTRICT 
C. Hassinger, Konarock, Va. 



T. E. George, Broad Ford, Va. 

R. B. Hagy, Abingdon, Va. 

S. W. Keys. Glade Spring. Va. 

Geo. E. Penn. Abingdon. Va. 

S. L. Carr, Blountville, Tenn. 

E. E. Cole. Damascus. Va. 

Mrs. Wm. Robeson. Laure! Bloomery. 



BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT 
C. M. Quillin, Gate City. Va. 
J. B. Pectal, Blountville, Tenn. 
J. A. Livesay, Coeburn. Va. 
C. Q. Counts. Coeburn. Va. 
Mrs. Lillian Carter. Kingsport, Tenn. 
J. M. Rhoten. Dungannon, Va. 
W. B. Fnrd. Norton, Va. 
S. M. Jennings. Jonesville. Va. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 
J. Will Bailey, Kimball, W. Va. 
Mrs. H. B. Reynolds, Keystone, W. Va. 
P. A. Dunn, Bluefleld, W. Va. 
Mrs. Jno. G. Helvey, North Fork, W. Va. 
Mrs. Geo. A. Swope, Welch, W. Va. 
Mrs. W. M. Morrell, Bluefleld, W. Va. 
J. E. Wagner, Bluefleld, W. Va. 
L. H. Burke, Bramwell, W. Va. 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT 
W. P. Broyles, Spring City, Tenn. 
W. A. Ault, Dayton, Tenn. 
J. T. Jones, Hixson, Tenn. 
L. N. Brown, Pikeville, Tenn. 
D. Y. Conatser, South Pittsburg, Tenn. 
J. H. Hurd, Dunlap, Tenn. 
W. C. Cureton, Rising Fawn, Ga. 
Hugh Martin, Evensville, Tenn. 

CLEVELAND DISTRICT 
Mrs. E. J. Fout McGhee, Tenn. 
Geo. L. Hardwick, Cleveland, Tenn. 
F. A. Carter, Sweetwater, Tenn. 
Miss Dora Young, Sweetwater, Tenn. 
A. T. Brunner, Madisonville, Tenn. 
L. M. Forkner, Slweetwater, Tenn. 
Mrs. J. W. Malone, Cleveland, Tenn. 
V. R. Cobble, Etowah, Tenn. 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 
F. P. Dickey, Harriman, Tenn. 
R. K. Hutsell, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Rufus Kelly, Kodak, Tenn. 
Mrs. P. C. Clapp, Fountain City, Tenn. 
Crew Webb, Knoxville, Tenn. 
J. T. Carmen, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Ed Isenberg, Knoxville, Tenn. 
J. T. Bailey, Strawberry Plains, Tenn, 



MORRI9TOWN DISTRICT 
J. O. Beck, Erwin, Tenn. 
F. H. Taylor, Newport, Term. 
Mrs. P. L. Cobb, Morristown, Tenn. 
J. W. Cox, Fall Branch, Tenn. 
W. E. Ellis, Church Hill, Tenn. 
R. M. Rogers, Morristown, Tenn. 
Mrs. L. L. Mclntyre, Erwin, Tenn. 
Miss Clara Headrick, St. Clair, Tenn. 

RADFORD DISTRICT 
Prof. F. B. Fitzpatrick, East Radford. 
J. L. Lawrence, Riner, Va. 
Mrs. J. A. Howard, Pulaski, Va. 
Mrs. W. H. Wysor, Pulaski, Va. 
E. S. Dennis. Pearisburg, Va. 
J. L. Thompson. Dublin, Va. 
.1. H. Chafln, Pilot, Va. 
Clarence Gutridge, Pipe Stem, W. Va. 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT 
Geo. C. Peery, Tazewell, Va. 
W. G. Gray, St. Paul, Va. 
Dr. N. B. French, Clintwood, A'a. 
Judge W. E. Burns. Lebanon, Va. 
J. H. Bates, Graham, Va. 
J. T. Smith. Elk Garden. Y^. 
W. L. Dennis, Grundy, Va. 
Mrs. Hugh Gibson. St. Paul, Vi\. 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 
Richard Rowe, Crockett, Va.. 
Mrs. J. T\^ Rader, Wytheville, Va. 
Mrs. J. F. Johnson, Wytheville, Va. 

B. F. Spraker, Wytheville, Va. 

C. L. Councelman, Max Meadows, Va. 
.7. A. Groseclose. Marion, Va. 

C. P. Graham. Cedar Springs, Va. 
Miss Lillian Cornett, Elk Creek, Va. 



DISTRICT CONFERENCES OF 1921 

Abingdon District — Emory, Va. 

Big Stone Gap District — Wise. Va. 

Bluefleld District — Grace Church. Bluefleld. 

Chattanooga District — Pikeville, Tenn. 

Cleveland District — Oakland Church, McGhee, Tenn. 

Knoxville District — Sevierville, Tenn. 

Morristown District — Limestone, Tenn. 

Radford District — Pearisburg, Va. 

Tazewell District — Lebanon, Va. 

Wytheville District— Elk Creek (Lebanon Ct.), Va. 



DISTRICT LAY LEADERS 

Abingdon District — J. L. Hardin, Emory, Va. 
Big Stone Gap District — H. H. Taylor, Gate City, Va. 
Bluefleld District— O. J. Hunter, Welch, W. Va. 
Chattanooga District — J. T. Jones, Hixson, Tenn. 
Cleveland District — D. Sullins Stuart, Cleveland. Tenn. 
Knoxville District — Roscoe Word, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Morristown District — Lynn Sheeley, Morristown, Tenn. 
Radford District — Prof. J. E. Avent, East Radford, Va. 
Tazewell District — E. S. Finney, Lebanon, Va. 
Wytheville District — G. A. Lambert, Rural Retreat, Va. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 
HOLSTON WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY 



Mrs. P. L. Cobb, President Morristown, Tenn. 

Mrs. W. M. Morrell, Vice-President _-_-Bluefield, W. Va. 

Mrs. F. F. Dosser, Supt. Young People's Work Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mrs. C. C. Weaver, Supt. Children's Work Emory, Va. 

Mrs. J. A. Burrow, Recording Secretary Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mrs. L. A. Tynes, Corresponding Secretary Tazewell, Va. 

Mrs. W. B. Spesr, Treasurer Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mrs. Crew Webb, Supt. Study and Publicity Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mrs. J. M. Trimble, Supt. Social Service Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mrs. M. H. Honaker, Supt. Supplies Abingdon, Va. 

Mrs. J. M. Carter, Supt. Fifth Sunday Collections Bristol, Va. 



DISTRICT SECRETARIES 



Abingdon Mrs. Josephine Kidd, Bristol, Va. 

Big Stone Gap Mrs. J. W. Dobyns, Kingsport, Tenn. 

Bluefield Mrs. H. B. Reynolds, Bluefield, W. Va. 

Chattanooga Mrs. Belle Spencer, Chattanooga, Tenn, 

Cleveland Mrs. J. W. Taylor, Cleveland, Tenn. 

Knoxville — Mrs. H. A. Evans, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Morristown Mrs, Marion Roberts, Morristown, Tenn. 

Radford Mrs. L. H. Quillin, Riner, Va. 

Tazewell Mrs. J. E. Wolfe, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Wytheville Mrs. A. B. Hendricks, Rural Retreat, Va. 



ORPHANAGE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Rev. J. A. Burrow, President Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mrs. W. B. Spear Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rev. J. A. Baylor Louisville, Ky. 

Mr. F. A. Carter Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Mrs. J. W. Perry Fountain City, Tenn. 

Supt. of Supplies, Mrs. M. H. Honaker ^ Abingdon, Va. 

Supt. 5th Sunday-Collections, Mrs. J. M. Carter Bristol, Tenn.-Va. 

Treasurer, Miss Dora Young Sweetwater, Tenn. 



General Treasurer 

The Chattanooga Savings Bank, James Building, Chattanooga, 
Tenn., is custodian of the funds of the Greeneville Home and Industrial 
School, Greeneville, Tenn. 



HOLSTON EPWORTH LEAGUE CONFERENCE 

Leon Jourolmon, President Knoxville, Tenn. 

H. F. Potts, Vice-President Abingdon, Va. 

W. C. Cobb, Secretary Nashville, Tenn. 

Miss Beulah Cassell, Treasurer Bristol, Va. 

W^ter Neal, Junior League Supt Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rev. Jesse F. Benton, Missionary Supt Norton, Va. 

Rev. W. M. Bunts, Life Work Supt Saltville, Va. 



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JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS 



FIRST DAY. 

Wednesday, October 6, 1920. 

The Holston Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, met in its ninety-seventh annual session in our church at 
Highland Park, Chattanooga, Tenn., Wednesday, October 6, 1920, 
at 9 o'clock a. m., with Bishop Collins Denny in the chair. The 
Conference sang "Come, thou fount of every blessing," after 
which the Bishop announced hymn 222, "Jesus, the name high 
over all," the Conference standing to sing the same. The Bishop 
led in prayer, concluding with the Lord's Prayer in concert, after 
which he made extended and forceful exegetical comments on a 
part of the first chapter of the gospel by John. 

Roll Call. — The secretary of last year's session called the 
roll chronologically, and the following answered to their names : 

ClERICai.— A. D. Stewart, J. T. Frazier, D. H. Carr, T. R. Handy, W. 
C. Garden, S. T. M. McPherson, J. I. Cash, W. W. Hicks, J. A. Lvons, G. 
W. Summers, E. Blake, J. C. Bays, J. E. Naff, R. A. Kelly, R. G. Water- 
house, L. M. Cartright, Robert T. McDowell, T. C. Schuler, J. W. Brown- 
ing, E. F. Kahle, J. A. Burrow, F. Alexander, R. S. Umberger, A. B. 
Hunter, J. C. Orr, E. H. Cassidy, J. A. H. Shuler, W. R. Snider, C. L. 
Stradley, W. S. Neighbors, J. E. Lowry, S. D. Long, T. J. Eskridge, I. P. 
Martin, I. N. Munsey, E. L. Addington, Tyler D. Strader, W. E. Bailey, 
E. W. Mort, M. P. Carico, G. M. Moreland, D. P. Hurley, J. W. Perry, 
J. S. French, J. A. Bavlor, J. D. Dame, C. E. Steele, M. J. Wysor, W. M. 
Morrell, J. M. Carter, S. B. Vaught, C. E. Painter, J. B. Ward, S. W. 
Bourne, G. A. Camer, Joseph E. Wolfe, James T. Guy, Keener W. Cox, 
James R. Brown, C. G. Hounshell, R. K. Triplett, T. Priddy, E. E. Wiley, 
W. Hodge, N. R. Cartright, J. M. Crowe, T. S. Hamilton, J. F. Bamett, 
W. M. Ellis, E. H. Cole, W. S. Lyons, W. M. Patty, J. H. Wagner,'!. W. 
Pierce, T. J. Houts, D. F. Wyrick, L. D. Yost, J. C. Logan, L. J. Williams, 
W. S. Hendricks, S. S. Bover, H. B. Brown, J. N. Smith, C. W. Dean, 
R. B. Piatt, Jr., J. W. Stewart, N. M. Watson, N. F. Walker, J. A. ElHson, 
A. D. Thorn, J. A. L. Perkins, J. S. Henley, A. B. Moore, C. A. Pangle, 
G. L. Lambert, F. M. Buhrman, C. C. Weaver, W. H. Briggs, H. S. 
Hutsell, W. C. Thompson, R. E. Early, S. A. McGhee, J. H. Umberger, 
W. H. Walker, J. F. Benton, H. E. Bradshaw, W. T. Evans, T. R. Wolfe, 
W. D. Farmer, F. R. Snavely, S. D. Lambert, S. L. Browning, W. E. 
Browning, C. R. Jones, E. M. Ritchey, F. Wampler, H. B. Vaught, C. G. 
McKav, G. K. Pattv, R. G. Reynolds, L. S. Reynolds, B. Waters, M. 
Quessenberrv, S. C. Beard, J. H. Watkins, O. C. Wright, J. A. Henderson, 
J. H. Lotspeich, R. H. Ballard, R. N. Havens, E. H. Yankee, J. M. Wysor, 
J. G. Helvey, R. E. Greer, B. T. Sells, L. D. Mayberry, L. M. Burriss, M. 
A. Stevenson, J. N. Jones, J. A. Bavs, P. P. Martin, C. H. Wrigh;, J. 
Henley, T. C. Pattv, J. W. Malone, E. D. Worley, E. W. Dean, W. P. 
Eastwood, W. H. Harrison, S. V. Gibson, L. E. Hoppe, W. M. Bunts, J. 
L. Griffitts. 



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Lay Delegates— L. C. Hassinger, E. E. Cole, C. M. Quillin, C. Q. 
Counts, W. B. Ford, S. M. Jennings, J. Will Bailey, P. A. Dunn, Mrs. J. 
G. Helvey, Mrs. W. M. Morrell, J. E. Wagner, W. P. Broyles, J. T. Jones, 
L. N. Brown, Hugh Martin, G. L. Hardwick, A. T. Brunner, L. M. 
Forkner, F. P. Dicke}-, Crew Webb, J. T. Bailey, J. O. Beck, J. L. 
Lawrence, Mrs. R. T. Hall, Clarence Gutridge, Mrs. L. A. T>Ties, Mrs. 
J. E. Wolfe, H. W. Fugate, Mrs. Hugh Gibson, Mrs. J. W. Rader, A. F. 
Spraker. 

Organization. — J. A. Burrow was re-elected secretary, with 
E. A. Shugart and J. F. Benton as assistants. J. H. Umberger 
and J. M. Wysor were elected statistical secretaries, with J. A. 
Bays, P. P. Martin and S. D. Lambert as assistants. 

Sick Preacher. — J. E, Wolfe, presiding elder of the Tazewell 
District, announced a message telling that W. H. Troy, in charge 
of the West Graham Circuit, had suffered a stroke of paralysis 
and was in a critical condition. The secretary was instructed to 
communicate the sympathy of the Conference to the family. 

Another Bishop. — Bishop Denny invited Bishop Waterhouse 
to the pulpit platform. 

Committees.— The presiding elders nominated the following 
standing committees, and the nominations were confirmed : 

Public Worship — T. J. Eskridge, J. B. Ward, Luther Tate. 

Spirituai, State of Church — R. A. Owen, C. W. Dean, Thos. Priddy, 
G. T. Jordan, W. C. Thompson, Mrs. J. G. Helvey, S. A. McGhee. 

Social Service — John M. Crowe, E. N. Woodward, E. D. Worley, Mrs. 
Hugh Gibson, Mrs. W. M. Morrell, C. H. Williams, J. Will Bailey, R. T. 
Hall. 

Sabbath Observance — ^J. A. Ellison, J. C. Patty, J. O. Beck, J. E. 
Wagner, J. S. Henley, W. N. Wagner, S. W. Bourne. 

District Conference Records— N. R. Cartright, L. D. Mayberry, W. E. 
Browning, C. R. Jones, F. M. Buhrman, D. B. Wright, C. R. Jones, W. H. 
Harrison, G. W. Summers. 

Memoirs— D. P. Hurley, M. P. Carico, H. B. Vaught, J. E. Naff, J. E. 
Lowry. 

Hours. — On motion of T. J. Eskridge, host, the hour for meet- 
ing was fixed at 8 :30 each morning and the hour for adjourn- 
ment at 12 o'clock sharp. 

Memoirs. — Samuel H. Hall and Frank M. Reynolds, deceased, 
wxre referred to the Comittee on Memoirs. 

Bar. — The Conference "Bar" was made to include the main 
auditorium of the church. 

iNTRODUCTiON.^-Mr. 1. G. Campbell, Dr. R. P. Wilson and Dr. 
J. S. Hunter, representing our publishing houses at Nashville and 
at Richmond, were introduced. 



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Papers Referred. — Communications from our Publishing 
Agents, from the General Board of Church Extension, from 
Bishop Candler concerning Emory University, and concerning 
our Representative Church in Washington City, from the Gen- 
eral Board of Education, from the General Board of Finance on 
the Superannuate Endowment Fund, and from Noah W. Cooper, 
of Nashville, concerning Sabbath observance, were referred, by 
action of the Conference, to their proper boards and committees. 

Admitted on Trial. — Hugh Sevier Carter, having been unani- 
mously recommended by the Licensing Committee of the Chat- 
tanooga District, and having met the required examination, was 
received on trial into the traveling connection. 

Educational Day. — On motion of T. J. Eskridge, Thursday, 
beginning at 10 a. m., was set apart as a special day for considera- 
tion of the great educational campaign, the Conference to meet in 
three official sessions, morning, afternoon and night. 

Presiding Elders. — The following presiding elders passed ex- 
amination of character and made report of the work in their sev- 
eral districts: I. P. Martin, M. P. Carico, E. A. Shugart, J. B. 
Ward, W. S. Neighbors, J. W. Perry, E. H. Cassidy, D. P. 
Hurley, J. E. Wolfe, J. W. Rader. 

Passage of Character. — Question 17 : ''Are all the preachers 
blameless in their life and official administration?" The follow- 
ing persons passed examination of character and were referred 
to the Committee on Conference Relations for the supernumerary 
relation : G. W. Simpson, J. A. Lyons, G. A. Maiden, C. R. 
Brown, L. L. H. Carlock, J. W. Helvey, C. A. Beard, T. R. 
Handy, G. O. Gannaway. 

The following persons passed examination of character and 
were referred to the Committee on Conference Relations for the 
superannuates' relation: J. L Cash, L. C. Delashmit, R. N. Price, 
L. K. Haynes, C. M. James, W. D. MitcheU, W. C. Garden, A. D. 
Stewart, R. S. Umberger, L. M. Neel, J. W. Carnes, F. Alex- 
ander, Jacob Smith, J. N. Hobbs, J. C. Bays, J. H. Parrott, J. 
S. W. Neel, J. W. Repass, G. D. French, W. L Fogleman, H. S. 
Hamilton, D. H. Carr, J. C. Maness, J. M. Romans, W. W. 
Hicks, D. McCracken, D. S. Hearon, H. C. Clemens, W. C. 
Hicks, W. R. Barnett, S. S. Catron, K. C. Atkins, B. W. Lee, 
L. J. Williams, J. T. Frazier, G. A. Garner, G. S. Wagner, J. A. 
L. Perkins, S. K. Byrd, G. W. Summers. 

Insurance. — J. H. Shumaker, of the Methodist Benevolent 
Association, was introduced and briefly addressed the Confer- 
ence in the interest of his work. 



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Received by Transfer. — Question 6 : "Who are received by 
transfer from other Confernces?" Jacob L. Grifhtts, an elder 
from the Florida Conference ; Roy T. Houts, in class of the 
second year from the West Texas Conference. 

Centenary College. — The following paper was read and 
adopted : 

At the last session of the Holston Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, South, held at Princeton, W. Va., October 8-14, 1919, on 
the recommendation of the Conference Board of Education, you accepted 
the following proposition, signed by J. W. Malone and G. L. Hardwick: 

"We tender the entire property (of Centenary College), lands, build- 
ings, equipment and furnishings to the Holston Conference free of debt: 

For cash or its equivalent, for capital stock $35,000 

For cash or its equivalent, to cover bonds 15,000 

For cash or its equivalent, for additional improvements and scien- 
tific equipment available on or before June, 1920 10,000 

$60,000 
You also passed the following resolution : 

"That J. S. French, W. G. M. Thomas and W. B. AUen be and are 
hereby appointed the Commission representing this Conference for the en- 
suing year to effect, in conjunction with the Board of Trustees heretofore 
lamed and the present owners of Centenary College, this transfer, and are 
requested to bring it about as quickly as possible. This Commission is 
further instructed to assist the Trustees in securing a new or amended 
charter for Centenary College conforming to the disciplinary requirements 
of the M. E. Church, South, as regards the schools of the Church." 

Your commissioners, and the owners of the property have been unable 
to complete the transfer, and the following are the facts relating to the 
case: 

(1) Upon beginning the work assigned us, soon after the adjournment 
of the last session of the Conference, we discovered that the recommenda- 
tion of the General Board of Education, without which, according to para- 
graph 356, page 150, of the Discipline of 1918, no new school can be re- 
ceived, had not been obtained. We were thereby estopped until the meet- 
ing of the said Board in May, 1920, any action we might have taken with- 
out such recommendation being illegal. 

(2) Upon the meeting of said Board in May, the necessary action was 
taken by it, and we immediately began the work of securing a charter 
which would meet the requirements of the Church, and pushed it rapidly 
to a satisfactory conclusion. 

(3) In the meantime, however, in such a state of uncertainty as had 
arisen, the owners of the property did not feel like investing the $10,000 
"for additional improvements," etc., which, according to the above men- 
tioned proposition, was to be "available on or before June, 1920," but spent 
only such an amount on scientific equipment as would enable the school to 
meet the requirements of a Junior College, this expenditure amounting to 
$9,137.41. 

(4) Under these conditions, the commissioners and owners agree that 
we have no authority to complete the transfer, because: 

(a) The specified amount of $10,000 was not expended, as per the 
proposition accepted by the Conference, "on or before June, 1920"; and 
has, indeed, not yet been expended, only $9,137.41 having been spent, as 
above stated. 

(b) The Conference was not, therefore, due the owners of the prop- 
erty $60,000, but only $59,137.41, this being the sum of amount agreed upon 



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for capital stock and bonds plus the amount actuall}^ expended, i. e., 
$9,137.41. 

(c) The proposition made and accepted, however, gave your commis- 
sioners no option other than to make the transfer on the basis of $60,000, 
and we all agree that the commissioners would exceed their authority and 
consequently make void the transaction were they to complete the transfer 
on the basis of $59,137.41, or any other basis whatsoever except that of 
$60,000, ten thousand of which must have been expended in improvements 
and scientific equipment on or before June, 1920. 

We, therefore, suggest that you, here and now, grant us authority to 
complete the transfer on the basis of $59,137.41, and upon such action on 
your part we will finish our work and be ready to make a final report be- 
fore the adjournment of this session of the Conference. 

(Signed) J. S. French, 

W. G. M. Thomas, 

Commissioners. 
J. W. Mai^one, 
D. S. Stuart, 
G. L. Hardwick, 

Owners. 

On motion of W. M. Morrell, the boards were asked to meet 
at 2 o'clock this afternoon. 

Announcements'! — The Committee on Public Worship made 
the following announcements : Preaching at 3 p. m. by W. M. 
Bunts ; Sunday School anniversary at 7 :30 p. m., v^^ith an address 
by Dr. Emmett Hightow^er, of Texas. 

Introduced. — Dr. H. N. Snyder, president of Wofford Cohege, 
at Spartanburg, S. C, was introduced. 

The Conference sang ''How happy are they who their Savior 
obey," after which Bishop R. G. Waterhouse pronounced the 
benediction. 



SECOND DAY. 

Thursday, October 7, 1920. 

The Conference convened at 8 :30 a. m., with Bishop Denny in 
the chair. I. P. Martin conducted the devotional service. After 
leading in prayer he read from the fourth chapter of Ephesians. 
The Conference sang "I love thy kingdom. Lord." 

Further roll call was dispersed with, arrivals to report at the 
secretary's table. The minutes of yesterday's session were read 
and corrected. 

Readmitted. — George W. Jackson, having been recommended 
by the Licensing Committee of the Cleveland District, was read- 
mitted into the Conference as an elder, and his name was re- 
ferred to the Committee on Conference Relations for the super- 
numerary relation. 



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Transfer Received. — Fred B. Cox was received as a transfer 
from the Tennessee Conference in elder's orders. 

From Other Churches. — Orman T. Headley was received 
from the Christian connection, on condition that he assume our 
ordination vows. 

Received on Trial. — The following persons having been rec- 
ommended by their District Conferences, and having passed the 
required examinations, were received into our traveling connec- 
tion on trial : From the Bluefield District, John Baptist Staley ; 
from the Cleveland District, Taylor Neal Orr; from the Wythe- 
ville District, Robert Lake Wright. 

Undergraduates. — The following persons passed examination 
of character and of studies, and were advanced to the class of 
the second year: W'iley Davis Larrowe, William Lassiter Tate, 
Charles Lee Thomas, William Alson McCormick, Yemmons 
Walker Brooks, John Talley Booth, Charles Glenn Eastwood, 
Wiley Bruce Peck, Louis E. Hoppe, the latter being already in 
elder's orders. 

Henry Lee Dean was advanced to the class of the third year. 

William Alson McCormick and Charles Lee Thomas were 
elected to deacon's orders. 

The following persons passed examination of character, but 
not having passed the examination on studies, were continued in 
the class of the first year: David Homer Munson, Onessus Hor- 
ner Logan, Charles Henry Williams, William Irving Hanna, Allen 
Harvey Mathes, Raymond Cleaves Farmer. 

Education. — The special hour of the day having arrived, T. J. 
Eskridge, president of the Holston Board of Education, made re- 
port No. 1. (See supplement *'A.") 

Bishop Denny introduced Dr. Henry N. Snyder, president of 
Wofford College, Spartanburg, S. C, who made an impressive 
address on Christian education. 

T. J. Eskridge, presiding, introduced Mrs. James H. McCoy, 
an official of our General Board of Missions, who talked with 
point and power on Christian education. 

The presiding officer presented Bishop Denny, who spoke 
earnestly and eloquently of the influence of educated men who 
have been in the forefront of the great movements in the church 
and in the world. 

Arrivals. — The following arrivals were reported to the secre- 
tary's table: Clerical— R. A. Owen, F. Y. Jackson, John M. Pax- 
ton, S. A. McCanless, C. R. Brown, C. K. Wingo, J. C. Maness, 
J. R. King, C. A. Beard, R. C. Camper, J. L. Scott. Lay— H. H. 
Taylor and J. A. Livesay from the Big Stone Gap District; V. R. 
Cobble, F. A. Carter and Miss Dora Young from the Cleveland 



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District; W. C. Cureton and W. A. Ault from the Chattanooga 
District. 

Visitors. — The following visitors were introduced : Dr. A. J. 
Lamar, one of our Publishing Agents ; Dr. F. S. Parker, General 
Epworth League Secretary; Dr. T. N. Ivey, editor of the Chris- 
tian Advocate; Dr. D. W. Carter, missionary to the Mexicans, 
Georgetown, Texas ; Rev. A. E. Clements, of the secretarial force 
in the educational campaign. 

Luncheon to Laymen.' — Mr. F. A. Carter, Conference Lay 
Leader, extended an invitation to the lay delegates of this body 
to a luncheon at Hotel Patten Friday at 12 :30. 

Special Secretary. — R. B. Piatt, Jr., was appointed a special 
secretary to gather data concerning the claimants of our Confer- 
ence upon the superannuate endowment fund. 

After announcements, the Conference sang ''O happy day," 
the benediction was pronounced by J. T. Frazier, and the body 
adjourned, to meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon. 

AFTERNOON SESSION. 

The Conference convened at 3 o'clock p. m., with T. J. Esk- 
ridge in the chair. J. C. Orr led the Conference in singing 
"Stand up, stand up for Jesus." Eugene Blake led in prayer. 
The minutes of the morning session were read and approved. 

Address. — Charles G. Hounshell, of the secretarial force of 
our General Board of Missions, addressed the Conference on the 
educational movement. 

The Conference stood and sang hymn 396, "Awake, my soul, 
stretch every nerve." 

Dr. F. S. Parker, General Epworth League Secretary, ad- 
dressed the Conference on "Compelling Appeal of the Christian 
Education Movement." 

On motion of J. A. Burrow, the address of Dr. Hightowcr was 
postponed until the opening of our night session, to give him a 
better hearing, the hour being late. 

The Conference adjourned with the benediction by T. C. 
Schuler, to meet again at 7 :30 tonight. 

NIGHT SESSION. 

The Conference convened at 7 :30 o'clock p. m., with T. J. Esk- 
ridge in the chair. After a hymn, L P. Martin led in prayer. 

Dr. Emmett Hightower, of Texas, addresed the Conference on 
the relation of the Sunday School to the great educational move- 
ment. 



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Our Highland Park Church choir sang an anthem, after which 
Rev. A. E. Clement, of the Tennessee Conference, gave a stere- 
opticon lecture showing something of the educational institutions 
of Southern Methodism and their relation to the educational 
movement. 

Dr. H. N. Snyder made brief concluding remarks. 

On motion of J. A. Burrow, report No. 1 of the Board of 
Education, carrying with it resolutions accepting our quota of 
$1,705,000, appointing a Conference Educational Commission and 
requesting the appointment of Dr. I. P. Martin as Conference 
Educational Secretary, to give full time to the campaign, was 
adopted, with but tw^o dissenting votes. The commission ap- 
pointed consists of L. C. Hassinger, N. M. Watson, H. C. Stuart, 
J. S. French, F. A. Carter, G. L. Hardwick and W. E. Brock. 

The Conference adjourned with the benediction by T. C. 
Schuler. 



THIRD DAY. 

Friday, October 8, 1920. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock a. m., with Bishop Denny 
presiding. Hymn 489, "He leadeth me," was sung. The Con- 
ference recited the twenty-third Psalm in concert, after which 
T. S. Hamilton led in prayer. The minutes of Thursday night's 
session were read and approved. 

Admitted on Trial. — Noah Haynes Giesler, having been rec- 
ommended by the Morristown District Conference, and having 
passed the required examination, was admitted into the traveling 
connection on trial. 

Undergraduates. — The following persons passed examination 
of character, and having passed examination on studies, were ad- 
vanced to the class of the third year: David Bruce Wright, 
Patrick Poindexter Tabor, Alexander S. Ulm, Henry Austin 
Carlton, Henry Lee Dean, Floyd Bunyan Shelton. 

The following persons passed examination of character, but not 
having stood the examination on studies, were continued in the 
class of the second year: Fred Gordon, Patrick Henry Horner, 
Harrill Stras Dyer, Ellis C. Jesse, Roy T. Houts. 

David Bruce Wright and Patrick Poindexter Tabor were 
elected to deacon's orders. Henry Lee Dean passed examination 
of character, being already a deacon. Alexander S. Ulm and 
Henry A. Carlton passed examination of character, being already 
elders. 

Transfer.— Carlock Hawk, an elder, was received by transfer 



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from the Brazil Conference and transferred to the Western 
North Carolina Conference. 

Third Year. — The following persons passed examination of 
character, and having passed examination on studies, were ad- 
vanced to the class of the fourth year: Floyd Bunyan Shelton, 
Alexander S. Ulm, Henry A. Carlton, Emanuel H. Yankee. 

The following persons passed examination of character, but 
not having passed the examination on studies, were continued in 
the class of the third year: Samuel Vance Gibson, Elmer W. 
Dean, Clyde Enoch Lundy, Enoch L. McConnell, Carl Herbert 
Wright, Walter C. Harris, Sterling A. Neblett. 

Fourth Year. — The following persons passed examination of 
character, and having passed the examination on studies, were 
elected to elder's orders, thus completing the required course of 
study: Elbert Dayton Worley, Walter Price Eastwood, William 
Henry Harrison, Arthur Federick Phenix. 

E. H. Yankee and H. A. Carlton, having stood all required ex- 
aminations, passed out of the classes of undergraduates, being al- 
ready in elder's orders. 

F. B. Shelton likewise passed all examinations, being in dea- 
con's orders. 

Paul Patton Martin and Allen J. Thomas passed examination 
of character, but not having passed the examination on studies, 
were continued in the class of the fourth year. 

Located. — Orville Bruce Johnson passed examination of char- 
acter and was granted a location at his own request. T. L. Bry- 
son passed examination and was, on motion and by vote of the 
Conference, located. 

Orphanage. — The matter of a bequest to our Orphanage at 
Greeneville by F. R. Cornett, deceased, was referred to the Con- 
ference Board of Finance. 

Paper Referred. — A communication from the General Sun- 
day School Board was referred to the Conference Sunday School 
Board. 

Resolution. — The following resolution was adopted : 

Whereas, the Board of Finance, pursuant to resolution of Conference 
last year, made an additional assessment of $3,000 to provide for Confer- 
ence claimants ; and 

Whereas, the Conference Treasurer is uncertain as to the proper dis- 
position of the amount collected on this assessment; therefore be it 

Resolved, That it is the sense of this Conference this assessment is 
specifically for Conference work and not a part of the original budget, and 
the entire amount collected should be paid over to the Treasurer of the 
Board of Finance for the relief of Conference claimants. 

T. S. Hamilton. 



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Deacons Elected. — The following local preachers, having- 
been duly recommended by the Wytheville District Conference, 
were elected to deacon's orders : Samuel Webster Chisenhall, 
Richard Lee Parks, Elbert Gordon Frye. 

Elder Elected. — James Emor}^ Fogleman, a local preacher, 
having been recommended by the Cleveland District Conference, 
was elected to elder's orders. 

Laymen's Hour. — The special order of the day having arrived, 
Mr. F. A. Carter, Conference Lay Leader, took the chair, by re- 
quest of Bishop Denny. Mr. O. B. Andrews, of Chattanooga, 
was introduced and addressed the Conference earnestly and im- 
pressively on "The Business Man in the Church." Mrs. W. E. 
Brock, of Chattanooga, was introduced, and represented the 
women of the church in a deeply spiritual talk. 

AsBURY Statue.' — Bishop Denny explained the proposed statue 
of Francis Asbury to be erected in Washington City, and asked 
for a collection to meet our part of the expense of the same. The 
collection amounted to $527.10. 

Introductions — The following visitors were introduced : Rev. 
S. H. C. Burgin, our General Secretars' of Church Extension; 
Rev, S. E. A\^asson, of the North Georgia Conference; Rev. 
George R. Stuart, of the North Alabama Conference. 

Miscellaneous. — N. M. Watson asked to be released from 
the Committee on Christian Literature on account of work on 
the Board of Education. Col. E. C. Reeves was asked to call 
the committee together. 

A brief report from Dr. R. N. Price, Conference Historian, 
was read by the secretary. The following resolution was adopted : 

We, a committee appointed by Dr. R. N. Price, herewith present to you 
his written report and recommend that he be continued as Conference 
Historian, and that the Finance Commission be respectfully asked to make 
an appropriation of $1,500 for his salary- for the incoming year. 

Eugene Blake, 
John C. Orr, 
T. S. Hamieton. 

Full Connection. — The following preachers on trial, having 
met the requirements of the church, were called before the chan- 
cel, impressively addressed by Bishop Denny, propounded the 
Disciplinary questions, and then, by vote of the Conference, were 
received into full connection : Floyd Bunyan Shelton, Patrick 
Poindexter Tabor, Henry A. Carlton, David Bruce Wright, 
Henry Lee Dean. 

Announcements. — The Committee on Public Worship an- 
nounced that R. A. Kelly would preach in this church at S- 



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o'clock p. m. Announcements for Sunday preaching were also 
made. Missionary and Church Extension anniversary tonight, 
with addresses by Dr. S. H. C. Burgin and Dr. W. W. Pinson. 

Leave of Absence. — E. H. Lewis and J. N. Smith were grant- 
ed leave of absence to return to their charges to conduct funerals. 

Arrivals. — The following arrivals were reported to the secre- 
tary's table : Clerical — J. L. Mullens, Geo. E. Erwin, H. E. Kelso. 
Lay— Mrs. P. L. Cobb, Col. E. C. Reeves, F. H. Taylor and R. 
M. Rogers from the Morristown District. 

The Conference sang ''How tedious and tasteless the hours," 
after which Bishop Waterhouse pronounced the benediction. 



FOURTH DAY. 

Saturday, October 9, 1920. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock a. m., with Bishop 
Denny in the chair. Hymn 492, "O for a closer walk with God," 
was sung. J. R. Brown read ten verses from the sixth chapter 
of Galatians, after which he led in prayer. The Conference sang 
"What a friend we have in Jesus." The minutes of yesterday's 
session were read and approved. 

Full Connection. — George Estes Erwin, having met all the 
requirements of the church, was called before the chancel, pro- 
pounded the Disciplinary questions, and then, by vote of the Con- 
ference, was received into full connection. He had been previ- 
ously elected to deacon's and elder's orders. 

Admitted on Trial. — William Austin White, having been rec- 
ommended by the Knoxville District Conference, and having 
stood the required examination, was admitted into the traveling 
connection on trial. 

Miscellaneous. — ^P. L. Cobb was put on the Board of Chris- 
tian Literature, in place of N. M. Watson, excused. 

C. W. Kelley was recommended for an appointment as Y. M. 
C. A. secretary. 

Passage of Character. — Under question 17 thei Conference 
took up the passage of character. When the name of J. J. Clark 
was called his presiding elder, J. W. Perry, stated that there were 
rumors of improper conduct in his case, in consequence of which 
he surrenders his license to preach as a probationer in our Con- 
ference. 

The Bishop then called the names of all the preachers in the 



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ten districts of the Conference one by one and their characters 
were passed. 

Transfers. — Announcement was made by Bishop Denny of 
the transfer of Z. D. Holbrook, an elder, to the Western Vir- 
ginia Conference; E. R. Roach, an elder, to the Memphis Con- 
ference; David Homer Munson, in class of first year, to the 
South Carolina Conference. 

Sick Preacher. — Announcement was made by W. S. Neigh- 
bors that French Wampler, a member of this body, is sick at the 
Erlanger Hospital; yesterday he was in a serious condition, but 
today is much improved. 

Incorporation. — On motion of J. S. French, Mr. John W. 
Green, of Knoxville, was made a trustee on the incorporation of 
Holston Conference, in place of Mr. Leon Jeroulman, deceased. 

Laymen. — The following report from our lay delegates was 
adopted with grateful appreciation: 

1. We, the laymen, hereby unanimously recommend the nomination of 
F. H. Taylor as Conference Fay Leader and Chairman of Minute Men for 
the ensuing year. 

2. That the Commission on Finance be authorized and requested to as- 
sess the districts of Holston Conference an amount sufficient to create a 
fund that will be sufficient to pay the railroad fare of all clerical members, 
including all undergraduates and supplies, who attend the meetings of 
Holston Annual Conference ; and that each preacher who attends the ses- 
sion of the Holston Annual Conference shall be paid his actual railroad 
fare from the fund herein created, this to take effect for the next session 
of the Holston Annual Conference. 

3. We recommend that the policy be adopted of pooling the interests 
of Holston Laymen to the end that they shall be responsible for the edu- 
cation of a minimum of fifteen young preachers for this Conference year. 

4. We further recommend the organization by our men and women of 
the several circuits and stations for personal work, this to be organized 
and carried forward in so far as it may be in accordance with the plans 
followed in the Centenary Campaign. 

5. We hereby pledge the hearty co-operation of Holston laymen in the 
carrying forward of the collection of Centenary pledges and of the Chris- 
tian Education Movement. 

6. That we offer our services to our pastors in the conduct of the 
prayer meeting ; that we will do our best as Minute Alen and emergency 
speakers ; that acting as emergency speakers we will endeavor to organize a 
prayer meeting in every church in the Conference where there is none, so 
that there may be a service in every church every Sunday. 

7. As the laity of the church we promise to criticize less and praise 
and pray more. 

W. G. M. Thomas, Chairman. 
Mrs. J. W. Malone, 
W. G. Delp, 

F. H. Taylor, 

G. L. Hardwick, 

Dora E. Young, Secretary. 



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Resolution. — The following resolution was introduced : 

Whereas, the Holston Conference occupies territory in four states, ne- 
cessitating the moving of men across state lines; and, 

Whereas, the public schools in these four states begin about the middle 
of September; and, 

Whereas, the system of grading and the textbooks used differ, not only 
in the several states, but even in the local districts within the various coun- 
ties, resulting in loss of means and confusion often amounting to one 
full year's work for children who remove from one state or community 
to another after the beginning of school terms; therefore be it 

Resolved, That we respectfully ask that our Conference date of meet- 
ing be fixed one month earlier than heretofore. 

L. W. Fierce, 
W. M. Bunts, 
E. A. Shugart, 
J. F. Benton. 

The resolution was discussed by L. W. Pierce, E. A. Shugart, 
M. P. Carico, J. E. Wolfe, J. T. Frazier, P. L. Cobb, L. W. 
Pierce, J. W. V^vvy, T. S. Hamilton, J. R. Brown and L P. 
Martin. On motion of E. A. Shugart, the Bishop was asked to 
appoint a commission of three to consider this question during 
the ensuing year, and to report a recommendation to our next an- 
nual session. 

Inter-Races. — Bishop Denny introduced Rev. W. E. Robin- 
son, rector of Christ's Church, Chattanooga, who addressed the 
Conference on "Inter-Racial Co-operation.'' Bishop Denny fol- 
lowed with comments on the same subject. 

Resolutions. — A resolution proposing a series of addresses 
at our annual sessions on homiletics and pastoral theology was 
discussed at length by J. W. Perry, N. M. Watson, Eugene Blake, 
T. C. Schuler, J. T. Frazier, J. C. Orr, I. P. Martin, R. A. Owen, 
and was then voted down. 

The following resolution was adopted: 

Resolved, That we are heartily in sympathy with all efforts to bring 
about more righteous relations between all classes in this country. 

Frank Jackson, 
J. A. Burrow, 
Jas. I. Cash. 

Leave of Absence.' — F. R. Suavely, F. Y. Jackson, Miss Dora 
Young and Mrs. W. M. Morrell were granted leave of absence. 

Orphanage. — The following resolution was adopted : 

In compliance with the provisions of the charter of incorporation and 
the action of the Woman's Missionary Society of- Holston Conference 
authorizing an enlargement of the Board of Directors of the Orphans' In- 
dustrial Home and School at Greeneville, Tenn., the present Board of Di- 
rectors respectfully requests Bishop Denny to appoint Rev. M. J. Wysor 
as manager of this institution for the coming year, and the following men 
members of the Board of Directors : Dr. J. A. Burrow, Dr. J. A. Baylor, 
Mr. F. A. Carter, Mr. F. A. Weiss and Mr.- P. A. Dunn. 



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Full Connection. — Roy Thomas Houts, having met all the 
requirements of the church, was called to the chancel, propounded 
the Disciplinary questions, and then, by vote of the Conference, 
was received into full connection. He was also elected to deacon's 
orders. 

Lay Leader. — Mr. F. A. Carter, retiring Conference Lay 
Leader, introduced Mr. Frank H. Taylor, of Newport. 

HoLSTON Annual. — The Conference secretary called attention 
to a deficit in funds on hand to pay for the printing of the Holston 
Annual, due to the increased cost of paper and other material. 
The following resolution was adopted : 

Resolved, That the Finance Commission assess the different boards 
(except the Board of Conference Claimants) amounts sufficient to cover 
all deficits in the publication of the Holston Annual. 

Frank Jackson, 
D. P. Hurley. 

Other proposals looking to details in the financing of the 
Annual were discussed, motions and amendments were made, and 
finally the whole matter was laid on the table. 

Announcements. — The Committee on Public Worship an- 
nounced that J. T. Frazier would preach at 3 p. m. Our first an- 
niversary for superannuates will be held at 7 :30 p. m., with an 
address by Dr. Luther Todd, General Secretary of Superannu- 
ates' Endowment Fund. 

Admitted on Trial. — Henry Milton Houston, having been 
recommended by the Nashville District Conference, and having 
passed the required examinations, was admitted on trial into the 
traveling connection. He was also elected to local deacon's 
orders. 

Visitor. — Bishop Denny introduced Mr. John E. Edgerton, of 
our Centenary fund, who briefly addressed the Conference in the 
interest of full payment of all Centenary subscriptions. 

Reports. — The Committee on Spiritual State of the Church 
made report, which was adopted. (See supplement "B.") 

The Bible Board made report, which was adopted. (See sup- 
plement "C") 

Silver Service. — On behalf of the preachers and laymen of 
the Wytheville District, Bishop Denny presented J. W. Rader 
and wife, retiring inmates of the Wytheville District, with a silver 
tea service, expressive of esteem and appreciation. 

The Conference sang "Rock of Ages," after which Bishop 
Denny pronounced the benediction, the Conference to meet in 
memorial session Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 



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PREACHING APPOINTMENTS FOR SUNDAY. 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL,, SOUTH. 

Highland Park — 9 a. m., love feast, conducted by J. T. Frazier; 10:45 
a. m., preaching by Bishop Denny followed by ordination of deacons and 
elders ; 3 p. m., memorial service ; 7 :30 p. m., preaching by J. W. Perry. 

Centenary — Morning, I. P. Martin ; evening, M. P. Carico. 

Trinity — Morning, T. S. Hamilton ; evening, Thos. Priddy. 

Ridgedale — Morning, J. A. Early; evening, W. P. Eastwood. 

St. Bhno — Morning, J. M. Crowe; evening, L. S. Reynolds. 

Whiteside — Morning, J. E. Wolfe; evening, J. M. Crowe. 

East Lake — Morning, J. E. Lowry; evening, E. H. Yankee. 

King Memorial — Morning, G. M. Moreland ; evening, H. B. Vaught. 

Wisdom Memorial — Morning, Pat H. Horner. 

Dodds Avenue — Morning, W. B. Belchee ; evening, J. M. Carter. 

North Chattanooga — Morning, T. C. Schuler. 

Rossville, Ga. — -Morning, E. N. Woodward; evening, W. M. Morrell. 

Athens, Tenn. — Morning, Geo. L. Lambert. 

Church Street, Knoxville — Morning, J. F. Benton. 

Cleveland — Morning, J. A. Baylor. 

BAPTIST. 

First Church — Morning, J. S. French; evening, T. S. Hamilton. 
Central — Morning, W. S. Neighbors; evening, J. S. French. 
Avondale — Morning, W. R. Snider; evening, A. H. Mathes. 
Chamberlain Avenue — Morning, Z. B. Randall ; evening, J. A. Ellison. 
Ridgedale — Morning, H. S. Hutsell ; evening, S. h. Browning. 
Highland Park — Morning, W. M. Morrell; evening, H. B. Brown. 
North Chattanooga — Morning, Bascom Waters. 
Taylor Street — Morning, R. N. Havens ; evening, W. C. Thompson. 
Alton Park — Morning, C. E. Painter. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

Third Church — Morning, S. D. Long, 
North Side — Evening, J. R. Brown. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAE. 

Highland Park — Morning, D. P. Hurley ; evening, W. S. Hendricks. 

Ridgedale — Morning, L. W. Pierce; evening, W. S. Lyons. 

North Chattanooga — 'Morning, C. K. Wingo. 

Manker Memorial — Morning, J. H. Watkins; evening, S. A. McGhee. 



FIFTH DAY— MEMORIAL SESSION. 

Sunday, October 10, 1920. 

The Conference convened at 3 o'clock p. m., with Bishop R. G. 
Waterhouse in the chair by appointment of Bishop Denny. 
"Come, thou fount of every blessing" v^as sung. J. E. Naff read 
a Scripture lesson from the sixth chapter of John. Hymn 585, 
'Tt is not death to die," was sung. J. E. Naff led in prayer. 

Bishop Waterhouse made brief but appropriate remarks con- 
cerning the nature of our annual memorial service. The Confer- 
ence trio — J. C. Orr, A. B. Hunter and Eugene Blake — sang "He 
loved me so." 



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Eugene Blake read a memoir of Samuel H. Hall, written by 
D. P. Hurley. 

H. B. Vaught read a memoir of Frank M. Reynolds. 

J. E. Naff read a memoir of Mrs. G. T. Jordan. 

Memoirs of Mrs. W. C. Harris and Mrs. F. M. Grace will be 
furnished the secretary for publication in the Annual. 

The trio sang *'My Jesus, as thou wilt." 

Testimonials of appreciation and love for these who have 
"'gone on before us" were given by R. K. Triplett, R. A. Owen, 
D. H. Carr, T. C. Schuler, J. A. Burrow, W. C. Thompson, R. 
C. Camper, W. S. Lyons, J. C. Orr, E. F. Kahle and R. T. 
McDowell. 

The trio sang 'T am going home to glory in the good old- 
fashioned way." The Conference then broke into songs of tri- 
umph, while the brethren shook hands and rejoiced. 

J. C. Orr pronounced the benediction. 



SIXTH DAY. 

Monday, October 11, 1920. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock a. m., with Bishop 
Denny in the chair.- Hymn 490, ''Savior, more than life to me" 
was sung. J. S. French led in prayer, after which he read a les- 
son from the first chapter of Ephesians. The minutes of Satur- 
day morning's session were read and corrected. The minutes of 
Sunday afternoon's memorial session were read and approved. 

Ordinations. — Bishop Denny submitted the following certifi- 
cate: 

This certifies that on Sunday morning, October the tenth, in the year 
of our Lord nineteen hundred and twenty, in Highland Park Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South, in the city of Chattanooga, State of Tennessee, 
after a sermon I preached, I, Collins Denny, one of the bishops of the 
above-mentioned church, did ordain to the office of deacon in the church 
of God each of the following traveling preachers who had been elected 
to that office by the Holston Annual Conference of the church named 
above, they being presented for ordination by James A. Burrow, an elder 
and the secretary of the annual conference above mentioned, namely: 
David Bruce Wright, Patrick Poindexter Tabor, Roy Thomas Houts and 
George Estes Erwin; and each of the following local preachers, each of 
whom was duly elected by the above-named Annual Conference and pre- 
sented by James A. Burrow, named above, viz.: William Alson McCor- 
mick, Charles Lee Thomas, Samuel Webster Chisenhall, Richard Lee 
Parks, Elbert Gordon Frye and Henry Milton Houston. 

In this service Richard G. Waterhouse, one of the bishops of the 
Church mentioned above, read the Epistle. 

Immediately after the ordination of the deacons, and assisted in the 
laying on of hands by the above-mentioned Richard G. Waterhouse, and by 
J. T. Frazier, Eugene Blake, T. R. Handy and P. L. Cobb, elders and 



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members of the Conference already designated, I ordained to the office of 
elder in the church of God each of the following traveling preachers, who 
had been elected to that office by the Conference mentioned above, each 
one being presented for ordination by James A. Burrovv^, named above, 
viz. : Elbert Dayton Worley, Walter Price Eastwood, William Henry 
Harrison, Arthur Fedrick Phenix and George Estes Erwin ; and James 
Emory Fogleman, a local preacher, w^ho had been elected to the office of 
elder in the church of' God by the Conference already named, and who was 
presented for ordination by James A. Burrow, also mentioned above. 

In this service Orman T. Headley, an elder in the Christian Connection 
Church, who had been received by the Conference before named, and 
whose ordination as an elder in Christian Connection Church just referred 
to had been recognized by the Conference before mentioned, assumed the 
vows as an elder. 

The Gospel used in the ordination of elders was read by the above- 
named T. R. Handy. 

Given under my hand this tenth day of our Lord, nineteen hundred and 
twenty, in the city of Chattanooga, State of Tennessee. 

Collins Denny. 

Statistical Questions.- — Bishop Denny called the statistical 
minute questions, which were answered by J. H. Umberger, sta- 
tistical secretary in chief. 

The Annual. — On motion of T. C. Schuler, the Conference 
Boards (Claimants excepted) were instructed to make an appro- 
priation, not an assessment, to meet the deficit in the publication 
fund of our Holston Annual. 

Next Conference. — On motion of J. S. French, a committee 
of three was ordered to select during the year the place for hold- 
ing our next annual session, the committee to have power to act. 
Bishop Denny appointed J. S. French, E. H. Cassidy and G. L. 
Hardwick. 

Reports. — The Committee on Sabbath Observance made re- 
port, which was adopted. (See supplement ''D.") 

The Board of Christian Literature made report, which was 
adopted. (See supplement "E.") 

Midland Methodist. — The following resolution was adopted : 

Whereas, the Holston, Tennessee and Memphis Conferences a year ago 
agreed to put on an intensive campaign for 5,000 new subscribers to the 
Midland Methodist in each Conference; and. 

Whereas, the paper has made a net gain of only 1,000 subscribers; 
and. 

Whereas, the publisher agrees to suspend the advance in subscription 
price until January 1, provided these Conferences take up the campaign 
with new zeal and determination; therefore, be it 

Resolved, That the Holston Conference, for her part, hereby accepts 
the proposition of the publisher and pledges itself to an aggressive cam- 
paign to secure a subscriber for every ten members of the church, said 
campaign to begin as soon as the preachers get back to their charges. 

J. A. Burrow, 
E. A. Shugart. 



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Reports. — The Board of Church Extension made report, which 
was adopted. (See supplement ''F.") 

■ The Sunday School Board made report, which was adopted. 
(See supplement ''G.") The treasurer of this board made re- 
port, which goes to record. 

Special Committees.. — Bishop Denny appointed the following 
special committees : To consider a proposition to hold our an- 
nual session one month earlier than customary, and to make rec- 
ommendation to our next Conference — J. A. Burrow, N. M. Wat- 
son, L. W. Pierce ; to co-operate with a committee from the Ten- 
nessee Conference on Sabbath Observance — J. S. French, E. E. 
AViley, W. E. Brock. 

Education. — The Board of Education made report No. 2. N. 
M. Watson, for the board, spoke of the appointment of I. P. Mar- 
tin as Conference Secretary of Education, and asked that he be 
heard. Dr. Martin addressed the Conference in the interest of 
the educational movement ahead of us. J. S. French made an 
earnest talk on the importance 'of the movement, and called on 
those who were with him in a pledge to stand loyally by it, in re- 
sponse to which the Conference stood. N. M. Watson made brief 
but earnest remarks. The report was adopted. (See supplement 
''A,") The treasurer of this board made report, which goes to 
record. 

Superannuates, Etc. — The Committee on Conference Rela- 
tions made the following recommendations, which were adopted : 

Supernumerary — G. W. Simpson, J. A. Lvons, G. A. Maiden, C. R. 
Brown, L. L. H, Carlock, J. W. Helvey, C. A.' Beard, T. R. Handy, G. O. 
Gannaway, G. W. Jackson. 

Superannuates — J. I. Cash, L- C. Delashmit, R. N. Price, L. K. Havnes, 
C. M. James, W. D. Mitchell, W. C. Garden, A. D. Stewart, R. S. Um- 
berger, I^. M. Neel, J. W. Games, F. Alexander, Jacob Smith, J. N. Hobbs, 
J. C. Bavs, John H. Parrott, J. S. W. Neel, J. W. Repass, G. D. French, 
W. I. Fogleman, D. H. Carr, J. C. Maness, J. M. Romans, W. W. Hicks, 
David McCracken, D. S. Hearon, H. C. Clemens, W. C. Hicks, W. R. 
Barnett, S. S. Catron, K. C. Atkins, B. W. Lee, J. T. Frazier, G. S. 
Wagner, W. H. Price, J. A. L. Perkins, S. K. Byrd, G. W. Summers, 
H. S. Hamilton, G. A. Garner, L. J. Williams. 

W. M. MoKRELL, Chairman. 

S. T. M. McPhersox, Secretary. 

Reports. — The Board of Finance made report, which was 
adopted. (See supplement "I.") The treasurer of this board 
made report, which goes to record. 

The Chattanooga Savings Bank made report, which goes to 
record. (See supplement "H.") 

Gifts.— Bishop Denny presented to M. P. Carico, presiding 
elder of the Big Stone Gap District; D. P. Hurley, presiding 

Merner-Pfeiffer Library 

Tennessee Wesleyan College 
Athens, Tennessco 



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elder of the Radford District, and J. E. Wolfe, presiding elder of 
the Tazewell District, with their wives, substantial gifts from the 
preachers and laymen of the several districts. W. E. Brock told 
what the Chattanooga District had done in like way for their re- 
tiring presiding elder, J. B. Ward. Bishop Denny presented to 
J. B. Ward framed resolutions of apprecation from the Chatta- 
nooga District Conference. 

Cabinet Retires. — Bishop Denny asked J. S. French to take 
the chair while he and his cabinet retired for final consultation. 

Reports. — The Committee on Social Service made report, 
which was adopted. (See supplement "J-") 

The Committee on District Conference Records made report, 
which was adopted. (See supplement ''K.") 

The Board of Missions made report, which was received and 
filed. The recommendations therein were indorsed. 

The Commission on Finance made report, which was adopted. 
(See supplement "M.") 

The Epworth League Board made report, which was adopted. 
(See supplement ''N.'') 

Resolution. — The following resolution was adopted : 

Resolved, That the Conference Secretary be requested to give space in 
the cover pages of the Annual each year for facts concerning all our 
church schools within the bounds of the Conference. 

J. M Wysor, 
A. S. Thorn, 
J. W. Rader. 

Thanks. — The following resolution was adopted by a rising 
vote: 

It is with gratitude in our hearts that we acknowledge the gracious 
kindness of the members of this church and the other churches of the 
city, together with the thoughtful attention of the committee on entertain- 
ments, and pledge our prayers to them always. 

T. C. SCHULER, 

J. F. Benton. 

Centenary College. — The following report was received and 
goes to record: 

Your commission appointed at the last session of the Holston Confer- 
ence to "effect, in conjunction with the Board of Trustees and the present 
owners of Centenary College," the transfer of said college to the owner- 
ship of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, begs leave to report that 
it has completed its work with the exception of some small teclinical de- 
tails which are being rapidly closed up, and will be ready to file with the 
Secretary of the Conference for publication in the forthcoming Annual 
copies of the charter and abstract of title. 

Conclusion. — The Bishop and his cabinet came in and Bishop 
Denny took the chair. The Bishop read the changes in pastoral 
charges in the Conference. (See Appointments.) 



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The minutes of this session were read and approved. 

The Conference sang ''Blest be the tie that binds/' after which 
T. R. Handy led in prayer. Bishop Denny made brief remarks, 
and then read the appointments for the ensuing year, after which 
the Conference adjourned sine die with the benediction. 









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MINUTE QUESTIONS 



I.— PROBATIONERS 

1. Who are admitted on trial? 

Hugh Sevier Carter, John Baptist Staley, Taylor Neal Orr, 
Robert Lake Wright, Noah Haynes Giesler, William Austin 
White, Henry Milton Houston. 

Remaining from last year — Onessus Homer Logan, Charles 
Henry Williams, William Irving Hanna, Allen Harvey Mathes, 
Raymond Cleaves Farmer. 

2. Who remain on trial? 

Wiley Davis Larrowe, William Lassiter Tate, Charles Lee 
Thomas, William Alson McCormick, Yemmons Walker Brooks, 
John Talley Booth, Wiley Bruce Peck, Charles Glenn Eastwood. 

Louis E. Hoppet, already an elder. 

Remaining from last year's class — Fred Gordon, Patrick Henry 
Horner, Harrill Stras Dyer, Ellis C. Jesse. 

3. Who are discontinued? 
None. 

II.— CONFERENCE MEMBERSHIP 
4z. Who are admitted into full connection? 

David Bruce Wright, Patrick Poindexter Tabor, Henry A. 
Carlton*, Floyd Bunyan Sheltont, Henry Lee Dean, George Estes 
Erwin, Roy Thomas Houts. 

Remaining from last year's class — Samuel Vance Gibson, 
Elmer W. Dean, Clyde Enoch Lundy, Enoch L. McConnell, Carl 
Herbert Wright, Walter C. Harris, Sterling A. Neblett. 

5. Who are readmitted? 
George W. Jackson. 

6. Who are received by transfer from other Conferences? 
Jacob L. Griffitts, an Elder, from the Florida Conference ; Roy 



*Already an Elder, and passed out of the classes of studies. 
fPassed out of the classes of studies. 



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T. Houts, in class of the second year, from the West Texas Con- 
ference ; Fred B. Cox, an Elder from the Tennessee Conference. 

7. Who are received from other Churches as traveUng 
preachers ? 

Orman T. Headley, an Elder, from the Christian connection. 

8. AVho are located this year? 
Orville B. Johnson, T. L. Bryson. 

9. Who have withdrawn or been expelled? 

J. J. Clark, a probationer, surrendered his license. 

10. Who are transferred to other Conferences? 

Carlock Hawk, to the Western North Carolina Conference ; 
Z. D. Holbrook, an Elder, to the Western Virginia Conference ; 
Ernest R. Roach, to the Memphis Conference ; David Homer 
Munson, in class of first year, to South Carolina Conference. 

11. W^hat preachers have died during the past year? 
Samuel H. Hall, Frank M. Reynolds. 

III.— ORDERS 

12. Who are the deacons of one year? 

Remaining from last year's class — Paul Patton Martin, Allen 
J. Thomas. 

13. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have 
been elected deacons ? 

Traveling preachers — David Bruce Wright, Patrick Poindexter 
Tabor, Roy T. Houts. 

Local preachers — Samuel Webster Chisenhall, Richard Lee 
Parker, Elbert Gordon Fryt, Henry Milton Houston, William 
Alson McCormick, Charles Lee Thomas. 

14. AVhat traveling preachers and what local preachers have 
been ordained deacons? 

Traveling preachers — David Bruce Wright, Patrick Poindexter 
Tabor, Roy Thomas Houts, George Estes Erwin. 

Local preachers — William Alson McCormick, Charles Lee 
Thomas, Samuel Webster Chisenhall, Richard Lee Parks, Elbert 
Gordon Frye, Henry Milton Houston. 

15. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have 
been elected elders? 

Traveling preachers— Elbert Dayton W^orley, Walter Price 
Eastwood, William Henry Harrison, Arthur Federick Phenix. 
Local preachers — James Emory Fogleman. 



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16. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have 
been ordained elders? 

Traveling preachers — Elbert Dayton Worley, Walter Price 
Eastwood, William Henry Harrison, Arthur Federick Phenix, 
George Estes Erwin. 

Local preachers — James Emory Fogleman. 

IV.— CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

17. Are all the preachers blameless in their life and official 
administration ? 

Their names were called in open Conference, one by one, and 
their characters passed. 

18. Who are supernumerary? 

G. A. Maiden, L. L. H. Carlock, J. W. Helvey, J. A. Lyons, T. 
R. Handy, G. O. Gannaway, C. A. Beard, G. W. Jackson, G. W. 
Simpson, C. R. Brown. 

19. Who are superannuated? 

J. L Cash, L. C. Delashmit, R. N. Price, L. K. Haynes, C. M. 
James, W. D. Mitchell, W. C. Carden, A. D. Stewart, R. S. Um- 
berger, L. M. Neel, J. W. Carnes, F. Alexander, Jacob Smith, J. 
N. Hobbs, J. C. Bays, J. H. Parrott, J. S. W. Neel, J. W. Repass, 
G. D. French, W. L Fogleman, H. S. Hamilton, D. H. Carr, J. C. 
Maness, J. M. Romans, W. W. Hicks, D. McCracken, D. S. 
Hearon, H. C. Clemens, W. C. Hicks, W. R. Barnett, S. S. 
Catron, K. C. Atkins, B. W. Lee, L. J. Williams, J. T. Frazier, 
G. A. Garner, G. S. Wagner, J. A. L. Perkins, S. K. Byrd, G. W. 
Summers. 

V.^STATISTICS 

20. What is the number of districts, of pastoral charges, and 
of churches in this Conference? 

Districts, 10; pastoral charges, 239; churches, 884. 

21. How many have been licensed to preach, and what is the 
number of local preachers and members? 

Licensed, no report; local preachers, 185; members, 81,767. 

22. How many adults and how many infants have been bap- 
tized during the year? 

Aults, 3,616; infants, 860. 

23. What is the number of Epworth Leagues and of Epworth 
League members? 

Epworth Leagues, 138 ; Epworth league members, 4,597. 



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24. What is the number of Sunday Schools, of Sunday 
School officers and teachers, and of Sunday School scholars en- 
rolled during the year ? 

Sunday Schools, 774 ; officers and teachers, 5,819 ; scholars en- 
rolled, 81,175. 

25. What is the number of Woman's Missionary Societies, 
and what is the number of members of the same? 

Societies, 192 ; members, 6,554. 

26. What are the educational statistics? 

Institutions, 4 ; teachers, 53 ; students, 702 ; value of property, 
$69,500; endowment, $73,575. 



VI.~FINANCES 

27. What has been contributed for the following causes? 

District work, $3,726 ; Conference work, $57,165 ; general 
work, $56,954; Foreign Missions, $20,288.26; Home and Confer- 
ence Missions, $6,572.58 ; Church Extension, $10,858.43 ; Educa- 
tion, $3,143.24; Conference Claimants and Superannuate Endow- 
ment Fund, $571.50; American Bible Society, $1,714.58; General 
Conference expense, $879 ; by the Woman's Missionary Society, 
$66,671. 

28. What has been contributed for the support of the min- 
istry? 

Bishops, $4,835; Presiding Elders, $39,206; Preachers in 
charge, $263,845. 

29. What is the grand total contributed for all purposes from 
all sources in this Conference this year? 

$1,110,294. 

VIL— CHURCH PROPERTY 

30. W^hat is the number of houses of worship, their value, and 
the amount of indebtedness thereon? 

Houses of worship, 761; value, $3,034,150; indebtedness, 

$49,788. 

31. What is the number of parsonages, their value, and the 
amount of indebtedness thereon? 

District parsonages, 11; their value, $50,000; indebtedness, 
$2,700; parsonages belonging to pastoral charges, 189; their 
value, $722,315; indebtedness, $37,070. 



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32. What amount of insurance is carried on Church property, 
and what arnount has been paid out in premiums? 

Insurance carried, $1,055,260; premiums paid, $7,363. 

33. How many churches and parsonages have been damaged 
or destroyed during the year, what is the amount of damage, and 
what has been collected thereon? 

Churches and parsonages damaged, 1 ; amount of damage, 
$200 ; collected, no report. 

VIII.— MISCELLANEOUS 

34. Who is elected Conference Lay Leader, and what is the 
report of the Board on Lay Activities? 

Frank H. Taylor, Newport, Tenn. (For report see page 21, 
Journal of Proceedings.) 

35. Where shall the next session of the Conference be held? 
Committee appointed to decide. Since appointment has de- 
cided on Morristown, Tenn. 

36. Where are the preachers stationed this year? 

APPOINTMENTS 

NOTE. — The parentheses classify the undergraduates. For instance, "cl. 1, e." 
means "class 1, already an elder." The name of place following certain names of per- 
sons indicates the Quarterly Conference toi which they belong. Figure at end of line 
indicates number of years on that particular charge. 

ABINGDON DISTRICT — T. C. Schuler, P. E 1 

1 Abingdon J R. Brown 3 

G. A. Maiden, Supernumerary. 

2 Abingdon Circuit E. W. Mort 1 

3 Benharn D M. Graybeal, supply 

4 Blountville S.L.Browning 5 

5 Bluff City- H. S. Johnston 1 

6 Bristol — Anderson Street J. A. H. Shuler 4 

7 Mary Street W.C.Thompson 2 

8 South Bristol R. T. McDowell 4 

9 State Street N. M. Watson 2 

L. L. H. Carlock, Supernumerary. 

10 Virginia Avenue R. L. Evans 8 

11 Bristol Circuit F. M. Buhrman 2 

12 Ceres I. N. Munsey 1 

13 Damascus J. A. Ellison 2 

14 Elizabethton S. T. M. McPherson 2 

15 Emory J. C. Orr 2 

J. W. Helvey, Supernumerary. 

16 Glade Spg. & Meadow Vw___J. W. Browning 1 

17 Keywood A. B. Hunter 1 

J. A. Lyons, Supernumerary. 

18 Mountain City J. H. Lotspeich 1 

19 Rich Valley L. M. Burris 3 

20 Saltville W. M. Bunts 2 



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Chaplain in U. S. Navy H. S. Dyer, Abingdon (cl. 2 )__ 

Conf. Sec. of Education N. M. Watson 2 

Con. Missionary Secy. J. M. Carter, State Street 

Conf. Secy. Ed, Movement — I. P. Martin, Abingdon 

Pres. E.&H. and M.W. Col.__C. C. Weaver, Emory (*) 

V. P. E.&H. and M.W. Co\__S. D. Long, Abingdon 

Prof, in E.H. and M.W. Col._-W. B. Mitchell, Emory 

Prof, in E.H. and M.W. Col._-H. M. Houston, Abingdon. (cl. 1 ) 

Prof, in E.H. and M.W. Col.__J. C. Orr 

Prin. E.&H. Fitting School__C. A. Beard, Emory 

Prin. Damascus High Schl.__F. K. Suddath, Damascus 

Secy. Children's Home Soc. E. F. Kahle, Abingdon 

BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT — E. A. Shugart, P. E 1 

1 Appalachia C. L. Stradley 2 

2 Big Stone Gap C. W. Dean 4 

3 Big Stone Gap Circuit S. E. Bratton, supply 

4 Clinchport S. A. Dunn, supply 

5 Coeburn M. A. Stevenson 3 

6 Coeburn Circuit S. M. Jennings, supply 

7 Cumberland Gap W. D. Farmer 1 

8 Dungannon '. Yemmons Walker Brooks (cl. 2 )_ 1 

9 Ewing S. L. Hockenberry, supply 

10 Gate City J.H.Wagner 1 

11 Gate City Circuit T. J. Houts 1 

12 Jonesville Walter C. Harris (cl. 3 )__ 2 

13 Kingsport Thos. Priddy 1 

14 Kingsport Circuit W. T. Evans 4 

15 Nickelsville H. E. Bradshaw 2 

16 Norton J. F. Benton 1 

17 Pennington Gap R. M. Walker 2 

18 Powell's Valley J. W. Stewart 1 

19 Roda 1 Enoch L. McConnell (cl. 3 )__ 2 

20 Stickleyville B. C. Wise, supply 

21 Stonega Floyd Bunyon Shelton __(cl. 3 )__ 1 

22 Tom's Creek '^.. E. Painter 3 

23 Wise W. H. Briggs 1 

BLUEFIELD DISTRICT — M. P. Carico, P. E 1 

1 Berwind J. M. Wysor 2 

2 Bluefield— Bland Street T. S. Hamilton 5 

3 Grace Church W. M. Morrell '_ 5 

4 Third Charge B. T. Sells 1 

5 Bluefield Circuit F. R. Snavely 1 

6 Bramwell R. N. Havens 3 

7 Coalwood Louis E. Hoppe (cl. 2, e)__ 2 

8 Cooper and Bluestone Fred Gordon (cl. 2 ) — 1 

9 Davy and Twin Branch Henry A. Carlton (cl. 3, e) — 2 

10 East Welch David Bruce Wright (cl. 3 )__ 2 

11 Eckman R.H.Ballard 3 

12 Gary Z. B. Randall 1 

13 Glen Alum and War Eagle --J. R. Belcher, supply 

14 Hiawatha and Wenonah To be supplied 

15 Jenkin Jones and Pageton L. D. Yost 4 

16 Keystone John Baptist Staley (cl. 1 )-- 1 

17 Kimball R. E. Greer 4 

18 Matoaka R. W. Watts 2 

19 Maybeury S.H.Austin 2 

20 McDowell and Crumpler Henry Lee Dean (cl. 3 )__ 2 

21 Montcalm H. S. Hutsell 1 



* Since Conference C. C* Weaver resigned and J. S. French has been elected to 
succeed him. 



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22 North Fork and Elkhorn J. G. Helvey 3 

23 Panther and English To be supplied 

24 Roderfield and laeger Samuel Vance Gibson (cl. 3 )__ 1 

25 War W. H. Simpkins, supply 

26 Welch L. W. Pierce 6 

27 West Welch J. P. Murphy, supply 

28 Wilco and Thorpe Elmer W. Dean (cl. 3 )__ 2 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT — J. W. Rader, P. E 1 

1 Chattanooga — Centenary — W. S. Neighbors 1 

T. R. Handy, Supernumerary. 

2 Dodson Avenue W. L. Dykes 1 

3 East Lake C. R. Jones 3 

4 Highland Park T. J. Eskridge , 2 

5 King Memorial N. R. Cartright ' 1 

6 North Chattanooga R. C. Camper 2 

7 Ridegdale E. N. Woodward 1 

8 Rossville J. L. Griffitts 1 

9 St. Elmo J. A. Bays -s^ 1 

10 Trinity J.C.Patty 3 

11 Whiteside R. K. Triplett 4 

12 Wisdom Memorial W. F. Daily, supply 

13 Dayton L. M. Cartright 2 

G. 0. Gannaway, Supernumerary. 

14 Dunlap O.C.Wright 2 

15 Etna Circuit E. R. Lewis 2 

16 Evensville Allen Harvey Mathes (cl. 1 ) 1 

17 Hixson C. A. Pangle 4 

18 Jasper and Whitwell A. F. Phenix 2 

19 Lookout W. J. Cannon, supply 

20 Melvin F. B. Wyatt, supply 

21 Pikeville J. F. Barnett 3 

22 Rising Fawn and Trenton J. A. Henderson 5 

23 Sequatchie A. N. Daily, supply 

24 South Pittsburg Chas. Glenn Eastwood-- (cl. 2 )-_ 3 

25 Spring City Patrick Henry Horner __(cl. 2 )-- 3 

Editor Midland Methodist J. A. Burrow, Centenary 

Ed. Sec. Gen. Bd. Missions _-C. G, Hounshell, Centenary 

Missionary to Cuba S. A. Neblett, Centenary (cl. 3 ) 

Student Emory University -_C. H. Williams, St. Elmo (cl. 1 )-- 
Student Garrett Bib. Inst H. S. Carter, Centenary (cl. 1 )-_ 

Y. M. C. A. Secretary C. W. Kelley, Trinity 

CLEVELAND DISTRICT^ J. E. Wolfe, P. E 1 

1 Alcoa Wiley Bruce Peck (cl. 2 )-- 1 

2 Athens Eugene Blake 1 

C. A. Beard, Supernumerary. 

3 Athens Circuit W. F. Carter, supply 

4 Benton Circuit J. M. Walker 1 

5 Cleveland R. G. Reynolds 2 

6 South Cleveland W. R. Walker, supply 

7 Charleston H. G. Holdway, supply 

8 Concord J. E. Fogleman, supply 

9 Decatur Allen J. Thomas (cl. 4 )__ 2 

10 Ducktown Raymond G. Farmer (cl. 1 )-- 1 

11 Etowah R. E. Early 1 

12 Lenoir City G. M. Moreland 4 

G. W. Jackson, Supernumerary. 

13 Loudon John Tally Booth __(cl. 2 )__ 1 



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14 Louisville George Estes Erwin ^ (cl. 3, e) 2 

15 Madisonville C.N.Kennedy #"_ 1 

16 Maryville French Wampler 2 

17 Mount Vernon R. L. Park, supply 

18 Oakland and Vonore G. B. Henderson, supply 

19 Peakland J. N. Smith 1 

20 Philadelphia E, M. Ritchey 1 

21 Ooltewah W. R. Snider 1 

22 Riceville Wm. Lassiter Tate (cl. 2 )__ 1 

23 Sweetwater F. Y. Jackson 4 

Pres. Centenary College T. W. Malone, Cleveland 

Pres. Hiwassee College I. E. Lowry, Madisonville 

Prof, in Hiwassee College ^.. T. Houts, Madisonville (cl. 3 )__ 

Sunday School Secretary S. S. Boyer, Lenoir City 

Student in Hiwassee Col T. N. Orr, Madisonville _(cl. 3 )__ 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT — J. W. Perry, P. E 2 

1 Andersonville Arch Buchannan, supply 

2 Careyville and Fincastle C. T. Gray 2 

3 Clinton H. B. Vaught 2 

4 Coal Creek C. L. Cox, supply 

5 Corryton G. L. Carr, supply 

6 Harriman G. K. Patty 2 

7 Harriman Circuit William Austin White (cl. 1 )__ 1 

8 Jacksboro and Wynne J. L. Mullens 1 

9 Knoxville— Broad Street C. K. Wingo 3 

10 Brookside and Clyde Ave. _0. T. Headley 1 

S. F. Jones, sup. junior preacher 

11 Centenary E. H. Yankee 3 

12 Church Street J. S. French* 

13 Emerald Avenue Charles Lee Thomas (cl. 2 )__ 1 

14 Epworth •_ W. M. Pattv 1 

15 Fountain City R.A.Kelly 3 

16 Lincoln Park D. F. Wyrick 3 

17 Macedonia T. M. Bellamy, supply 

18 Magnolia Avenue W. S. Hendricks 1 

19 Marble Hill W. A. Roberts, supply, Church St. _ 

20 Methodist Hill W. T. Wilson, supply, Church St._- 

21 Virginia Avenue J. H. Watkins 2 

22 Washington Pike Wm. A. McCormick (cl. 2 )__ 2 

23 Knoxville Circuit C. G. McKay 1 

24 LaFollette T. R. Wolfe 1 

25 Mascot 0. E. Householder, supply, Lin. Pk. 

26 Robertsville D. H. Groover, supply 

27 Rockwood K. W. Cox 2 

28 Sevierville F. B. Cox 1 

29 Strawberry Plains J. N. Jones 3 

30 Tazewell S. A. McCanless 1 

31 Tazewell Circuit W. H. Leming, supply 

Arch. Sec. Ch. Ext J. A. Baylor, Broad Street 

Chaplain in U. S. Navy J. B. Fraziar, Fountain City 

Conference Evangelist Bascom Waters, Clinton 

Student Emory University 0. H. Logan, Church St. (cl.l )-- 

MORRISTOWN DISTRICT — E. H. Cassidy, P. E 2 

1 Afton E. Z. Blankenbeckler, supply 

2 Bull's Gap S. A. McGhee 2 

3 Embreeville C. R. Cline, supply 

4 Erwin E. D. Worley 3 

5 Fall Branch Noah Haynes Geisler — (cl.l )_- 1 



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6 Greeneville J. B. Ely 5 

7 Hawkins W. E, Browning 1 

8 Jefferson City Paul Patton Martin (cl. 4 )__ 8 

9 Johnson City ^ R. B. Piatt, Jr 1 

10 Johnson City Circuit William Irving Hanna __(cl. 1 )__ 1 

11 Jonesboro H.S.Hamilton 2 

12 Limestone N. F. Walker 3 

G. W. Simpson, Supernumerary _ 

13 Morristown E.E.Wiley 1 

14 Morristown Circuit J.C.Logan 4 

15 Mosheim W. H. Harrison 3 

16 Newport L. S. Reynolds 2 

17 Parrotsville C. W. Williams, supply 

18 Rogersville Patrick Poindexter Tabor (cl. 3 )__ 1 

19 Sneedville W. L. Norwood, supply 

20 Surgoinsville S. D. Lambert 2 

21 Tate and Rutledge J. S. Henley 1 

22 White Pine G. W. Fox 1 

Sec. Dep. Spiritual Resources ] 

Ed. Movement | P. L. Cobb, Morristown 

Student Emory University __ Clyde Enoch Lundy, J. City (cl. 3)_ 
Supt. Orphanage M. J. Wysor, Greeneville 

RADFORD DISTRICT— J. B. Ward, P. E 1 

1 Athens and E. Princeton A.B.Moore 1 

2 Aubern W. M. Ellis 2 

3 Bland J.W.Morris 2 

4 Draper H. A. Murrell, supply 

5 Dublin J.F.Jones 2 

6 East Radford W. B. Belchee 3 

7 East River Z. A. Wall, supply 

8 Eggleston W. C. Crockett 2 

9 Floyd To be supplied 

10 Hylton To be supplied 

11 Lead Mines M. Quessenberry 4 

12 Mechanicsburg W. N. Baker, supply 

13 Mercer and Summers Z. F. Mayberry, supply 

14 New River W. A. Warner, supply __ 

15 Pearisburg J. R. King 2 

L6 Princeton S. B. Vaught 1 

17 Pulaski R. M. Standefer ,__ 5 

18 Radford J. B. Simpson 2 

19 Staffordsville J. D. Dame 3 

20 Spanishburg K. G. Mu^^ssy 2 

Conf. Miss. Evangelist E. L, Addington, Radford 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT— H. E. Kelso, P. E 1 

1 Belfast J. N. Graham, supply 

2 Boissevain J. O. Cowan, supply 

3 Burke's Garden & TazewelL. 4. S. Ulm 2 

4 Carbo H. P. Boyd, supply 

5 Castlewood and Dante J. M. Paxton 4 

6 Cedar Bluff R. A. Owen 3 

7 Clintwood Josephus Henby 1 

8 Coaldan Garnet Lester, supply 

9 Council C. W. Street, supply 

10 Dickensonville A. M. Quails 3 

11 East Buchanan To be supplied 



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12 Elk Garden C. E. Steele 5 

13 Graham H. B. Brown 3 

14 Graham Circuit Walter Hodge 2 

15 Grundy and Knox Cio.k J. E. Graham, supply 

16 Honaker W.H.Walker 2 

17 Lebanon J. T. Guy 2 

18 Maxwell W. R. Carbaugh 1 

19 Pocahontas T.A.Early 4 

20 Raven W. R. Miller, supply 

21 Richlands 5. H. Cole 3 

22 Rocky Gap F. D. Spitzer, supply 

23 Tazewell G. L. Lambert 1 

J. R. Brown, Supernumerary. 

24 West Buchanan R. J. Wampler, supply 

25 West Graham W. H. Troy 2 

26 Wilder J. L. Scott 1 

27 St. Paul Ellis C. Jessee (cl. 2 )__ 2 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT— D. P. Hurley, P. E 1 

1 Blue Ridge E. G. Fry, supply 

2 Cedar Springs J. H. Umberger 2 

3 Chilhowie Station W. N. Wagner 3 

4 Chilhowie Circuit S. 0. Fry, supply 

5 Coveton Wiley Davis Larrowe (cl. 2 )__ 2 

6 Cripple Creek G. T. Jordan 4 

7 Elk Creek W. S. Lyons 4 

8 Fries S. W. Bourne 1 

9 Galax _J. E. Naff 2 

10 Grant T. D. Strader 1 

S. W. Chisenhall, jun. p., supply 

11 Hillsville -_ S. V. Morell 1 

M. Leftwich, jun. p., supply 

12 Independence J. E. Spring 2 

13 Marion A. S. Thorn 1 

14 Marion Circuit Carl Herbert Wright _ _ _ ( cl. 3 ) _ _ 3 

15 Max Meadows L. D. Mayberry 2 

16 Rural Retreat Station W. P. Eastwood 3 

17 Rural Retreat Circuit W. E. Bailey 2 

.18 Spring Valley A. H. Towe 2 

19 Wytheville J. M. Crowe__ 1 

20 V/ytheville Circuit J. V. Hall 5 

21 Student Hiwassee College Robt. Lake Wright, Marion (cl 1 ) 

CHANGES IN CHARGES 

BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT 

Change the name of East Stone Gap to Big Stone Gap Circuit. 
From Big Stone Gap Circuit take East Stone Gap and place it with 
Big Stone Gap Station. 

Change the name of Fort Blackmore to Dungannon. 
To Pennington Gap add St. Charles. 

BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 

Change the name of Rock Circuit to Bluefield Circuit. 

Make a new charge in Bluefield and name it Bluefield, Third Charge. 

From Maybeury and Cooper take Cooper and Coaldale and add Blue 
Stone Junction and Hill's School House, and name the new charge 
Cooper's and Bluestone. 



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CLEVELAND DISTRICT 

AForm a new mission to be known as Alcoa Mills. 

From Loudon and Philadelphia take Philadelphia, New Hope and 
Pleasant Hill, and from Sweetwater Circuit take Browder Memorial 
and Forkner Chapel and form Philadelphia Circuit. 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 

From Church Street and Missions take Brookside and Clyde Avenue 
and form City Mission to be known as Brookside and Clyde Avenue. 

From Church Street and Missions take Roseberry and add it to 
Lincoln Park. 

From Church Street and Missions take West Lonsdale and add it to 
Knoxville Circuit. 

From Knoxville Circuit take Bright Hope, Hansards Chapel, Millers 
Chapel and Stony Point and add to Corryton Circuit. 

From Luttrell Mission take Luttrell and add to Corryton Circuit. 

From Corryton Circuit take Hopewell and Mascot and form a 
charge to be named Mascot. 

From Corryton Circuit take Bethlehem and add to Macedonia. 

From Luttrell take Cedar Grove and add to Tazewell Circuit. 

From Luttrell Mission take Dodson's Camp Ground and add to 
Tazewell Circuit. Discontinue the work on the remainder of Luttrell 
-Mission. 

From Jacksboro take Jacksoboro and add Wynne and name the 
'^charge Jacksboro and Wynne. 

The remainder of the churches in the old Jacksboro Circuit are to 
be named Careyville and Fincastle. 

From Luttrell Mission in the Knoxville District take Mount Leb- 
anon and add to Tate and Rutledge in the Morristown District. 

From Tazewell Circuit in the Knoxville District take Thomas' 
Chapel and Howard's Quarters and add to Eidson Circuit in the Mor- 
ristown District. Change the name of Eidson to Sneedville. 

From Mosheim Circuit take Romeo and Bethlehem and add them to 
Afton Circuit. Change the name of French Broad Circuit to White 
Pine. 

RADFORD DISTRICT 

From Dublin Circuit take Thorn Springs and add to Pulaski Station. 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT 

From Cedar Bluff take Davies Chapel and add to Coaldan. 

From Richland take Raven and Doran and add to White Wood and 
change the name to Raven Circuit. Discontinue Freamont on the 
Clintwood Circuit. To Clintwood add Clintchco and Calhoun. 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 

From Damascus in the Abingdon District take Mount Olivet and 
add it to Chilhowie Circuit in the Wytheville District. 

Dissolve the Ivanhoe Circuit and distribute the points as follows: 
Let Siloam and Olive Branch be placed with Max Meadows Circuit and 
Ivanhoe and iFairview with Lead Mines Circuit in the Radford District. 

Dissolve Sugar Grove Circuit and distribute the points as follows: 
To Cedar Springs Circuit add Sugar Grove and Teas; to Grant Circuit 
add Troutdale, Burton's Chapel and Honey Grove. 

From Cedar Springs Circuit take Fairview and place it on Rural 
Retreat Circuit. 



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CONFERENCE REPORTS 



A 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
Report No. 1. 

I. Whereas, the General Conference in its prophetic consideration of 
the two great responsibilities of the Church recommended that there be 
two Church-wide movements in the present quadrennium, one for Missions 
and one for Christian Education, in the following resolution : 

"We recommend that the right of way be given to the Centenary Move- 
ment in the first two years, and to the educational campaign during the 
second two years of the quadrennium, and that during these two periods, 
as far as possible, the full power of the Church be delivered in these re- 
spective campaigns." 

II. And, whereas, our Conference educational institutions are in press- 
ing need of additional funds in order that they not only may move for- 
ward with the progress and development of the Church, but in truth even 
in order to maintain their present efficiency under changing conditions ; 
and, whereas, we recognize the fact that our educational institutions have, 
by order of the General Conference, been kept for the past two years 
from presenting their needs to the Conference and connection ; and, 
whereas, the Educational Commission, while approving the original ask- 
ings of ou^r institutions, d-eem them insufficient to meet their present needs, 
and requests the Conference to accept a 40 per cent increase in order to 
meet the minimum requirements of our educational institutions for build- 
ing, equipment and endow ment, which would provide for them as follows : 
Emory and Henry, $700,000; Martha Washington, $350,000; Centenary, 
$210,000; Hiwassee, $140,000; Emor>^ and Henry Fitting School, $105,000,- 
to this to be added $200,000 for connectional work, making the total quota 
for Holston Conference $1,705,000. 

III. And, inasmuch as the tragic events of the past few years have 
taught us that education without Christ is a mockery, and therefore that 
if America is to be true to its mission, education must be Christian. 

IV. And, whereas, our denomination is now short 800 preachers and 
is calling for hundreds of missionaries and trained workers not now avail- 
able, and inasmuch as we recognize our responsibility for recruiting and 
training young men and women for this work if our Church is to grow 
and serve ; 

V. And, inasmuch as we feel, therefore, our responsibility jointly 
with the other Conferences to focus our attention this year upon all the 
processes of Christian education in the home, the church and the school, 
be it resolved : 

First. That this Conference co-operate most heartily in the plans of 
the Educational Commission's five-fold objective in carrying out the in- 
structions of the General Conference, viz.: 

(1) To develop in the mind of the Church an adequate conception of 
the place of Christian education in the life of the church, of the nation 
and of the world. 

(2) To promote the cause of religious education by bringing about a 
closer and more effective co-operation between our institutions of learning 



42 HOLSTON ANNUAL 



and the Sunday School, and by establishing strong/ departments of re- 
ligious education in our colleges and universities. 

(3) To lead at least 5,000 young men and women to pledge themselves 
to devote their lives to the ministry, to missions or to some other form of 
Christian service, and to seek a Christian education as a preparation for 
effective service. 

(4) To raise for our schools, colleges and universities at least $32,000,- 
000, the minimum sum necessary to enable them to send out the con- 
stantly increasing stream of educated Christian leaders required to carry 
forward the Christian work of the world, and to secure $1,000,000 to aid 
worthy students who are looking to some form of Christian service in 
their efforts to obtain an education. 

(5) To deepen the moral and spiritual life of our people and to pro- 
mote the spirit of Christian liberality in all the efforts put forth to realize 
these objectives. 

Second. And be it resolved, that we take all proper steps to fix the 
attention of all our people upon the fundamental place of Christian educa- 
tion in the life and mission of our Church, and that to this end we urge 
pastors to preach and teach, and laymen to lend their influence in every 
possible way. 

Third. That we call upon our people for their prayers in behalf of the 
presidents and faculties and trustees of our schools, for our young people 
in attendance upon them, praying especially that the right young men and 
young women may be led to give their lives as preachers, missionaries 
and trained workers, and that these schools may supplement the work of 
home and church in leading the young people of this generation to the 
acknowledgment of Christ as their Lord and Master in whatever work 
they may choose. 

Fourth. That we appoint a Conference Educational Commission to be 
made up as follows: L. C. Hassinger, N. M. Watson, H. C. Stuart, J. S. 
French, F. A. Carter, G. L. Hardwick, W. E. Brock, for the purpose of 
co-operating with the Connectional Educational Commission and for put- 
ting in operation the necessary plans for securing the support of all our 
churches for this movement. 

Fifth. That we assume as the quota for this Conference the sum pi 
$1,705,000, and authorize the Conference Educational Commission, with 
the help of presiding elders, to divide this amount equitably among the 
churches of the Conference. 

Sixth. That we request the appointment of Dr. I. P. Martin as 
Conference Educational Secretary to be the full-time executive of the 
Conference Educational Commission, and that we pledge such secretary, 
when appointed, our full loyalty and support. 

Seventh. That we call upon our churches to co-operate in a manner 
worthy of the impelling need of our Christian education program in arous- 
ing every member to an appreciation of his or her responsibility and in 
giving fullest financial support in the collections to be taken next spring. 

Eighth. That the fourth Sunday in November and each succeeding 
Sunday thereafter until all the churches are reached be set aside for 
preaching on the subject of Christian Education. 

T. J. EsKRiDGE, Chairman. 



Report No. 2. 

We heartily commend the work of Dr. R. H. Bennett in our Depart- 
ment of Ministerial Supply and Training and Religious Education. While 
the supply of preachers and religious workers is far below our needs, it is 
most gratifying to know that during the past year there has been a larger 



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response to the needs of the Church than at any time in recent years. 
The fact that a call to preach is a call to prepare is also taking hold o-^ 
the conscience of the Church. We rejoice to know that this department 
is doing a great work in helping preachers and Christian workers to find 
themselves and to grip themselves for the largest life service. 

The reports from our colleges indicate that this year will prove to be 
one o"f the most prosperous in their history. It is regrettable that our 
facilities are inadequate to the demands. This emphasizes the supreme 
need of the great forward movement in education in our Church. The 
following are the educational statistics for the year 1919-1920: Number 
of schools, 4; number of teachers, 53; number of students, 702; endow- 
ment, $73,575; value of property, $695,000. 

We rejoice at the phenomenal success of Emory University, which 
now has an attendance of over 1,200 students. The enrollment would 
have been larger but for lack of facilities. We note w"th great pleasure 
that the school of education for the training of teachers for the South 
which the authorities of the university will open as soon as practicable. 

We request the Conference to confirm the following trustees: Emory 
and Henrv— H. C. Stuart, S. N. Bernard, F. A. Weiss, E. F. Kahle, E. E. 
Wiley, Alexander Stuart, T. J. Eskridge, W. E. Brock and C. L. Mar- 
shall; Hiwassee — J. E. Lowry, Eugene Blake, J. A. Hardin, R. C. Kimbro, 
H. L. Dulin, A. T. Brunuer and O. K. Jones ; Centenary — D. Sullins Stuart 
in place of J. M. Bennett, resigned. 

We recommend that Onessus H. Logan and Clyde E. Lundy be ap- 
pointed students at Emorv' University; Robert Lake Wright and T. N. 
Orr to Hiwassee College and Hugh Sevier Carter to Garrett Biblical In- 
stitute ; also that F. K. Suddath be appointed principal of Damascus High 
School. 

The results of the Summer School held last year at Emory and Henry 
College under the auspices of this Board and the Boards of Missions and 
vSunday Schools, of which John C. Orr was the manager, were such as to 
justify its continuance. We most heartily commend it to the preachers 
and Christian workers in our Conference. 

We are very grateful to Brother E. H, Cassidy for his very earnest 
work and the time he so freely gave in behalf of this board. We com- 
mend Brother S. B. Vaught foi'' his work as Commissioner of Emor}* 
University and rejoice at the practical completion of his task. ' 

T. J. Eskridge, President. 



Treasurer's Report. 

Income. 

Oct. 10, 1919, balance $12,493.91 

Received on assessment 1919-20 15,328.44 

Interest on balance in bank 203.08 

Refund, J. C. Orr 106.24 

Financial Agent, Board of Education 2,611.69 

Total $30,743.36 

Disbursements. 

General Treasurer's expenses $ 25.00 

J. E. Lowr>- (printing H. W. C) 1,500.00 

J. L. Hardin, Trustee 5,000.00 

E. H. Cassidy ( Scott Bonds) 7,725.00 

J. W. Green 2r0.00 

J. C. Orr 300.00 

T. J. Eskridge 14.75 



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J. B. Ward (interest on note) 210.00 

E. H. Cassidy 658.00 

J. L. Mullens 11.44 

N. M. Watson 25.75 

Balance 15,023.42 

Total $30,743.36 

Since the above tabulation the following have been disbursed : 

S. B. Vaught $ 25.50 

J. E. Lowry (printing) 1,500.00 

Emory and Henry College 7,000.00 

G. L. Hardwick (interest CentenarAO 1,500.00 

Treasurer's expenses, C. S. B 25.00 

Total $10,050.50 

Leaving a balance o£ 4,972.92 

J. L. Mullens, 
Treasurer Board of Education. 



SPIRITUAL STATE OF THE CHURCH. 

The year will go down in the history of our Church as the most monu- 
mental one of our Conference. There have been, as reported from the 
various districts, more than twelve thousand conversions and 9,230 addi- 
tions to the Church. While these results are viewed as phenomenal, and 
call for profound gratitude to God, there is room for these numbers to 
be duplicated many times over. The harvest is still white and the laborers 
are inadequate to bring all in. 

The agencies that have been conducive to these results are the preach- 
ing of the word and earnest evangelistic efforts. There are only a few, 
if any, charges where one or more revivals have not been held. Our 
Conference evangelists have helped much, but the' pastors have caught the 
spirit of evangelism, and many have held their own meetings or have been 
assisted by neighboring pastors. 

As an evidence of the thoroughness of the work there has been mani- 
fest growth in Christian liberality. Larger sums have been gleaned for 
the support of the connectional claims of the Church, an unmistakable 
omen of Christian growth. 

A spiritual church is still a congregation of faithful men and women 
where the pure word of God is preached and the sacraments are duly 
administered. 

While we are optimistic for the success of our cause, there are clouds 
of worldliness on the horizon and we need to proclaim notes of warning, 
giving no uncertain sound in expressing our disapprobation of the modern 
dance and other evils. We deplore the efforts that have recently been 
made in some quarters to have Methodists lift the ban on this enemy of 
righteousness and to popularize it b}' connecting it with the name of 
Wesley and call this ungodly revelry the "Wesleyan dance." 

Your committee deplore the numerous backslidings that are found in 
many of our charges, most of which would be obviated if private and 
family prayer, accompanied by a more careful reading of the Scriptures, 
were more generally observed. 

In view of the foregoing, therefore, be it 

Resolved, T^.at we approve and heartily recommend that throughout 
the ensuing year the same revival efforts that have been used the past 



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year be continued, believing them to be the safest, the sanest and: the 

best means of bringing a lost -world to Christ. 

Thomas Priddy, 
S. A. McGhee, 
R. A. Owen. 



c 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. 

The psalmist said, "The entrance of thy words giveth light," and Jesus 
declared, "I am the light of the world." He reinforced this declaration by 
the commandment, "Search the Scriptures, for in them ye think ye have 
eternal life, and they are they that testify of me." 

From the foregoing it is perfectly clear that the Holy Scriptures are 
the foundation and the only foundation of divine truth, and hence it fol- 
lows that none other foundation can be laid. Herein lies the only hope of 
the perishing generations of the children of men. 

It is, therefore, with pleasure that your committee refers to a few 
facts in the history of the Word of God as it is related to the American 
Bible Society. We have not at hand much authentic information later 
than 1918, but we do have enough to amply sustain us in our position: 
The American Bible Society has published the Bible in 67 languages and 
circulated it in more than 150 tongues. It has aided in the translation 
and revision of more than 80 languages. Since its organization in 1816 
it has printed in the United States 80,962,687 Scriptures and in foreign 
lands 53,188,943 volumes. Of this total of 134,151,630 copies in the year 
1918 alone 4,480,058 were printed at home and 560,649 abroad. 

Not going into detail, in the late war the European soldiers were sup- 
plied with 1,846,488 Bibies and our own men 4,541,455. At the present 
Secretary Daniels is supplying the Navy with the Word of Life. Thus 
the blessed book, through the American Bible Society and other like 
agencies, notably the British Bible Society, is hastening on its way to 
open the eye of the blind, unstop the ear of the deaf and comfort the man 
in distress ; nor will it halt in its gladsome march till the last man in the 
last ditch has gazed on the radiant face of the Son of Man. 

Your committee has gone more particularly into this bit of history of 
the Bible Society from two reasons : First, our Church membership in 
Holston needs a more thorough knowledge of what is being done to pro- 
vide a dying race with the Word of Life; second, with the progressive 
undertaking contemplated by the Centenar}'- Movement an enlargement of 
the circulation of the Holy Scriptures becomes imperative — no sensible 
architect would try to erect a bigger and better house on the old founda- 
tion, not having enlarged and strengthened the old one. Therefore, we 
recommend that the present assessment be raised to $1,800. 

Including all reports up to Saturday, 9th inst., the pastors had paid 
the treasurer, the Chattanooga Savings Bank, $1,714.58. 

J. I. Cash, Secretary. W. S. Lyons, President. 



D 

SABBATH OBSERVANCE. 

Believing that the keeping of the Sabbath as God commanded is nec- 
essan- for the safety and happiness of our people, we heartily deplore the 
general desecration of our Sabbath day. It is a certain sign of impend- 
ing destruction. 



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One of the chief corner stones of our national greatness was the fixed 
habit of our forefathers to strictly observe the Sabbath. If we depart 
from that habit, curses will overtake us ; yea, are overtaking us. Keeping 
the Sabbath will help all, and hurt none. Money making through Sunday 
work will surely curse those who do it as it has cursed others in all the 
ages past. 

All working men, by whomever employed, should have and should keep 
the Sabbath. Working seven days in the week will destroy the religious 
life of man or nation. Every man should have Sunda}^ with his home, his 
wife and children, his Sunday School and Church. For these reasons 
we urge all members, citizens and public officials to do their best to stop 
all Simday labor, all Sunday trains, state and interstate ; to stop all post- 
offices and mails on Sunday; to stop the publication, transportation, read- 
ing and advertising in Sunday newspapers ; to stop all Sunday theaters, 
picture shows, baseball and like games; to stop all trade and traffic, in- 
cluding all gasoline stores, soft drink and soda water stores and drug 
stores, excepting always cases of charity and necessity, as supplying 
needed medicines and necessities to the sick and suffering, overtaken by 
distress that could not be provided against before Sunday. 

We urge the passage by Congress of a national Sunday law, for Sun- 
day observance in the District of Columbia and in all interstate commerce, 
and to stop all Sunday mails, railroad trains and newspapers, and we in- 
dorse the law for that purpose proposed by our sister (Tennessee) Annual 
Conference through their committee (Noah W. Cooper, W. R. Webb and 
E. B. Chappel) as it now appears at page 3377 of the Congressional 
Record of Feb. 20, 1920. 

In view of the fact that the Supreme Court of Tennessee, in deciding 
the Sunday baseball suit, suggested that new legislation was necessary to 
meet new conditions regarding Sabbath observance, we heartily indorse 
the proposed law to meet these new conditions, a copy of which law, pre- 
pared by the said committee from the Tennessee Conference, is attached 
hereto. 

We direct that a committee of three be appointed by our Bishop to co- 
operate with the committee from the Tennessee Conference and with 
others of like character in urging the enactment by Congress and by our 
State Legislatures of these proposed laws, and to do their utmost to build 
up public sentiment that will require the enactment and enforcement of 
these proposed laws. 

J. A. Eluson, Secretary. John S. Henley, President. 



BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE. 

The Church paper is a distinct and powerful agency in the work of 
Christian education. Only a few comparatively can be instructed orally; 
the many must be instructed through the Church newspapers. Big busi- 
ness, little business, all business, depends largely on newspapers in the 
secular world for success. They constitute the medium for information, 
and there can be no interest taken in a matter about which we are unin- 
formed. 

What is true touching this question in the secular world is true in the 
business of the Church. No one can be a live, active and very useful 
worker in the church who does not read the literature of his church — ^the 
church papers. No Methodist family able to take and pay for a church 
paper should fail to take at least one, and every family is able where 
its members attend the circus, or movies, or where a single member chews 



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tobacco or smokes the weed. And any church member who indulges 
those nonessentials and does not take a church paper puts self indulgence 
before a religious duty. 

The Midland Methodist is our local church organ, and it is no exag- 
geration to say it is a splendid church paper and is our only medium 
through which to be kept informed as to nearly all Holston Conference 
matters. It is tn.ily worthy of enthusiastic support. Its circulation has 
been largely increased, but all that was pledged in increased circulation 
has not been done. If all our preachers would put their hearts and their 
actions into the desire for an increased circulation of the Midland 
Methodist it would break the line of much ignorance and "go over the 
top" and be a more powerful force in the work of the Church and in the 
service of the Alaster. 

The intelligent Holston Methodist needs to enlarge that intelligence 
and his or her efficiency by reading the general organ, the Nashville 
Christian Advocate. A great paper. Nothing can fill its place. Sub- 
scribe for it and read it. In our educational movement to help our unen- 
dowed colleges, which must have financial aid or live "at a poor dying 
rate," if they live at all, these two Church papers will be powerful fac- 
tors, if given general circulation. It is our Christian duty to give them 
that generous support that will augment their potentiality in the work of 
Christian education. Therefore, 

Resolved, That, as presiding elders, pastors and laymen, we pledge 
ourselves to earnestly endeavor to interest our people in the support of 
both our Conference and general organ, 

E. C. Reeves, Chairman. 



CHURCH EXTENSION. 

Your Board of Church Extension wishes to call your attention to some 
present conditions through which it is passing. 

First. The collections on assessment this year amount to $10,600, 
of which amount $5,300 is retained by the Conference Board for use in 
the Holston Conference, while the amount asked for by congregations 
endeavoring to build houses of worship or parsonages amounts to $10,500, 
lacking only $100 of being equal to the whole amount raised by the Con- 
ference for both boards. 

Secondly. While our Sullins-Price-Richardson Loan Fund is slowly 
growing, it is not nearly what it should be. It now amounts to about 
$8,000, but should be speedily increased to at least $25,000. We have 
placed loans this year to the amount of $3,400. This fund commemorates 
the lives and labors of these great men among us, and we think there is 
no better way to perpetuate their memory- than by building them into 
permanent houses of worship. 

We also wish to call your attention to some conditions now confront- 
ing us as a Church and as a Conference. Our rapidly developing country 
calls for serious thinking and wise, aggressive planning. Such places as 
Alcoa, Tenn., Kingsport, Tenn., Crill, Va., and many others, call for an 
outlay of money far beyond the ability of your board to supply, and yet 
so imperative is the need of such fields, and so large the opportunities, that 
we cannot longer refuse aid without suffering both loss and shame. 
Moreover, many of our city churches must soon be rebuilt if we hope to 
retain what we have already attained. We are glad to report that this 
condition in our cities is being felt and seen by our leading laymen, and 
all may on this account expect a revival of Church building at no great 



48 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

distant day. It is with gratitude that we note the plans for building the 
new Centenary church in Chattanooga, for building the new Mary Street 
church in Bristol, Va., and that the Southern Methodists, of Knoxville, 
expect to spend about $200,000 in church building at an early day. 

While all this is gratifying, we are constrained to believe that we are 
neglecting our rural work. A few hundred dollars properly expended 
would mean much to these country circuits and enable us to hold our 
well-earned place among the country people. All this leads us to see the 
necessity of raising in some way much more money for the cause of 
Church extension than we have ever yet raised. 

We are glad to note a steady increase in the architectural design and 
working convenience in the church houses being built. Still it is a lament- 
able fact that very few of our houses of worship have taken into con- 
sideration the needs of our Sunday School work and the needs of our 
young people. We must hereafter pay attention to these growing de- 
mands. 

We have made the following appropriations of the money received : 

Church and Charge. District. Donation. Loan. 

Mary Street— Mary Street Abingdon $1,000.00 $1,000.00 

Davy— Davy Bluefield 300.00 

Peck's— Marj^ville Cleveland 200.00 

Alcoa— Alcoa Cleveland 400.00 

Bybee — Parrottsville Morristown 200.00 

Aims — Surgoinsville Morristown 100.00 

Spanishburg — Spanishburg Radford 150.00 

Mount Olivet— Draper Radford 75.00 

Central— Bland Radford 150.00 

Drill— Honaker Tazewell 750.00 

Parsonages. 

Dungannon — Dungannon . . . .Big Stone Gap 250.00 

Appalachia — Appalachia Big Stone Gap 250.00 

Washington Pike— Wash. Pike. . . .Knoxville 350.00 1,000.00 

H. B. Brown, Secretary. W. C. Thompson, President. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD. 

The year has been one of substantial progress in the Sunday School 
work of our Conference. We have good reasons to believe that reports 
will show a gain in enrollment. The number of pupils joining the Church 
from the Sunday School is the largest for any year in our history. The 
improvement in organization and grading of schools is by far the most 
encouraging item of the year. Our people are responding to the call for 
better trained teachers, and it is ^^ith pleasure that we note from report 
of the Teachers' Training Department that for number of awards given 
during the fiscal year that Holston stands third in the whole connection. 

Rev. S. S. Boyer, our Field Secretary, has done faithful work during 
the year. A few items from his report show that he has conducted two 
standard training schools and organized fifteen teachers' training classes. 
In these classes and schools 738 students were enrolled, 418 of them re- 
ceiving diplomas or certificates. Forty-one institutes were conducted in 
which 108 schools were represented by 62 pastors, 47 Sunday School su- 
perintendents, 163 teachers and other Sunday School people, making a 
total of 2,280. 



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Since the first of February Miss Jean Crawford has been employed by 
the board as Conference Elementary Superintendent, and already many 
tangible results are shown. 

Sunday School Day has been observed by at least one-third more 
schools than last year. 

Circuit organizations have been perfected in ten circuits. Seventy-one 
schools or classes in schools have assumed missionary specials to the 
amount of $25,102.40. 

The Sunday School Board was pleased with the work done in the 
Summer Institute at Emor>^ and Henry College, and has appropriated 
funds for participating in a like institute this year. 

We recommend the holding of standard training! schools in Chatta- 
nooga, Knoxville, Bristol and Bluefield, and the holding of noncredit 
training schools in each district of the Conference where a standard train- 
ing school cannot be arranged, for we appropriate 10 per cent of all money 
raised on Sunday School Day in each district for the work of the District 
Sunday School organization. 

The Board offers to pay the expenses of one person to Junaluska Train- 
ing School from the school making the largest per capita contribution on 
Sunday School Day. 

We urge all our schools not now doing so to give their fifth Sunday 
offerings to our Conference Orphanage, and recommend that all schools 
give a Christmas free-will offering to the Near East Relief Fund. We 
ask pastors of circuits to co-operate with the Field Secretary in his efforts 
to set up circuit organizations, and urge presiding elders to hasten the 
perfection of district organizations. 

The Board respectfully asks for the reappointm^ent of Rev. S. S. Boyer 
as Field Secretary. 

Wai^ter Hodge, Secretary. L. W. Pierce, Chairman. 



Treasurer's Report. 
Receipts. 

Balance on hand Oct. 11, 1919 $1,546.00 

Received on assessment 2,870.52 

Received on Sunday School Day 1,420.51 

Received interest from Chattanooga Savings Bank 33.98 

Other sources 326.10 

Total , $6,197.11 

Disbursements. 

To Smith & Lamar for literature $ 162.07 

To D. M. Smith, treasurer 355.13 

Sunday School expense of Board 3,601.50 

Total '. $4,1 18.70 

Balance on hand Oct. 9, 1920. 2,138.41 

S. L. Browning, Treasurer. 



H 

CHATTANOOGA SAVINGS BANK 

General Treasurer, Holston Conference, Methodist Episcopal 

Church, South, for the year 1919-1920. 

The Chattanooga Savings Bank has collected for the several boards 

during the year over $163,000.00. Expenses for the year were $149.76. 



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The bank has paid the various boards as interest on their balances $814.85. 
All moneys received for "General Work" have been remitted monthly to 
the proper boards, the totals being as follows : 

Foreign Missions $20,288.26 

Home Missions 6,572.27 

Church Extension 10,858.43 

Education 3,143.24 

• Theological Schools 2,571.71 

Negro Work 1,857.35 

Superannuate Fund 571.50 

Epworth League 714.28 

Sunday Schools 3,143.37 

Bishops' Fund 4,835.01 

General Conference Expense 879.00 

American Bible Society 540.90 



Total $55,975.32 

An increase over last year of $1,400. The total assessment for the 
above was $59,839. The Holston Historian has been paid $1,145.63. 

The following amounts are the balances to the cred't of the accounts 
named, as shown by our ledger Oct. 8, 1920: 

Holston Annual $ 883.83 

American Bible Society 210.49 

Conference Claimants' Fund 19,458.05 

Education Board 15,023.42 

Epworth League Board 1,589.72 

Conference Missions 10,531.45 

Holston Orphanage *. . 8,439.02 

Sunday School Board 2,786.91 

Sullins, Price, Richardson Loan Fund 88.00 

Young Preachers' Fund 1,349.76 

The following is a table showing by districts the quota, total payments 

and percentage paid on the Centenary Fund : 

Quota. 

Abingdon $ 123,266 

Big Stone Gap 66,400 

Bluefield 172,218 

Chattanooga 157,976 

Cleveland 105,878 

Knoxville 195,248 

Morristown 100,508 

Radford 109,421 

Tazewell 117,828 

Wytheville 112,929 



Paid. 


Percentage. 


$ 32,976 


26.75 


13,435 


20.2 


34,004 


19.0 


35,159 


22.2 


23,712 


22.3 


51,897 


26.5 


26,600 


26.4 


22,112 


20.0 


21,351 


18.0 


30,167 


26.71 



$1,261,672 $291,413 

We acknowledge receipt of, and hold for collection, the following first 
mortgage real estate loans for the boards named. These properties are 
appraised at more than twice the amount of the loans and are amply 
covered by insurance : 

Board of Missions: 

No. 9232 Miles $ 400 

No. 9239 Atkins 1,800 

No. 10653 Swaney 1,000 

No. 10844 Hunt 2,500 



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51 



No. 11130 



Smith. 



Orphanage : 

No. 9222 Wiggins. 

No. 8898 Andrews. 

No. 9142 Wilkerson. 



350 



$6,050 

,$ 400 
. 400 
. 800 



$1,600 
Trustees of Conference Funds : 

No. 9575 Frye $ 800 

No. 9586 Williams 1,000 

No. 11500 Shaw 800 

No. 11285 Shofner 300 



$2,900 
Chattanooga Savings Bank, 
Bv T. R. Durham, Vice-President. 



BOARD OF FINANCE. 

The board has held meetings each da}^ during the Conference session 
and looked as carefully as possible into the affairs of our Conference 
claimants. The Christmas Sunday is set apart as Superannuate Sunday. 

The following apportionments have teen made to the claimants on our 
roll. 

. honorary claimants. 

Mrs. W. M. Dyer, Mrs. A. J. Frazier, Mrs. E. E. Wiley, Mrs. R. A. 
Giddens, Mrs. M. L. Clendenin, Dr. R. N. Price, Rev. J. C. Maness, Mrs. 
J. P. Dickev, Mrs. W. L. Sorrell, Rev. J. T. Frazier, Rev. J. H. Parrott, 
Mrs. J. R. Stradley, Rev. S. S. Catron and Rev. G. A. Carner. 



BENEFICIARY CLAIMANTS. 



F. Alexander 


. .$ 275.00 


W. D. Mitchell 


K. C. Atkins 


. . . 450.00 


J. S. W. Neel 


J. C. Bays 


. . 250.00 


L. M. Neel 


W. R. Barnett 


275.00 


J. A. E. Perkins 


S. K. Bvrd 


. . 400.00 


W. H. Price 


W. C. Garden 


350.00 


J. W. Rep.ass 


J. W. Games 


. . 225.00 


J. M. Romans 


D. H. Carr 


450.00 


Jacob Smith 


H. G. Clemens 


300.00 


A. D. Stewart 


J. I. Cash 


200.00 


G. W. Summers 


E. G. Delashmit 


200.00 


R. S. Umberger 


W. I. Fogleman 


. . 300.00 


G. S. Wagner 




450 00 


L J Williams 


H. S. Hamilton 


100.00 


Mrs. W. M. Bellamy.... 


L. K. Haynes 


250.00 


Mrs. J. R. Bellamy 


D. S. Hearon 


. . 450.00 


Mrs. E. S. Bcttis 


W. G. Hicks 


. . 225.00 


Mrs. J. A. Bilderback... 


W. W. Hicks 


. . 450.00 


Mrs. E. H. Bogle 


J. N. Hobbs 


165.00 


Mrs. J. E. Bruce 


G. M. James 


200.00 


Mrs. J. B. Games 


B. W. Lee 


450.00 


Mrs. J. R. Cunningham. 


D. McCracken 


. . 225.00 


Mrs. J. A. Duvall 



250.00 
450.00 
450.00 
300.00 
300.00 
275.00 
175.00 
165.00 
165.00 
300.00 
300.00 
25000 
300.00 
225.00 
225.00 
225.00 
225.00 
225.00 
50.00 
200.00 
175.00 
300.00 



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Mrs. W. H. Dawn 150.00 

Mrs. J. A. Darr 250.00 

Mrs. G. B. Draper 225.00 

Mrs. R. A. Hutsell 225.00 

Mrs. E. W. Fisher 250.00 

Mrs. S. H. Hall 225.00 

Mrs. J. F. Hash 225.00 

Mrs. J. D. Hixon 225.00 

Mrs. J. R. Hunter 165.00 

Mrs. J. W. Robertson. . . 200.00 

Mrs. R. F. Jackson 225.00 

Mrs. W. L. Jones 150.00 

Mrs. R. W. Kite 200.00 

Mrs. J. M. Maiden 225.00 

Mrs. C. K. Miller 200.00 

Mrs. E. W. Moore 350.00 

Miss Elberta Munsey. . . 100.00 

Mrs. W. B. Pickens.... 100.00 

Mrs. J. L. Prater 250.00 

Mrs. W. W. Pyott 250.00 



Mrs. F. M. Reynolds. . 


225.00 


Mrs. F. Richardson . . . 


150.00 


Mrs. E. B. Robertson.. 


200.00 


Mrs. J. W. Robertson. 


200.00 


Mrs. R. E. Smith 


300.00 


Mrs. J. O. Straley 


350.00 


Mrs. P. S. Sutton 


50.00 


Mrs. J. E. Swecker. .. . 


165.00 


Mrs. J. R. Walker 


275.00 


Mrs. J. F. Wampler. .. 


100.00 


Mrs. H. P. Waugh.... 


175.00 


Mrs. S. S. Weatherly.. 


225.00 


Mrs. S. R. Wheeler. . . . 


175.00 


Mrs. Cx. S. V/ood 


. 300.00 


Mrs. A. E. Woodward. 


125.00 


Mrs. J. M. Wolfe 


200.00 


Mrs. John Woolsey. . . . 


175.00 


Total 


$19,785.00 


A. B. Hunter. 



TREASURER S REPORT. 

Expenditures. 

Oct. 10, 1919, balance $15,210.00 

Conference Claimants, specials last year 10.50 

Collection at Princeton Conference 216.63 

Joint Board, St. Louis 169.13 

R. E. Loan (Gray) sold 2,515.00 

Wall Fund 300.00 

Calvin Fund 22.00 

Publishing House Fund 750.00 

Special collections on Mother's Day 2,635.97 

Clark Fund 60.00 

Chattanooga Savings Bank, interest on investments 237.40 

Chattanooga Savings Bank, interest on in account 152.16 

Assessments 16,298.54 

Total $38,577.33 

Disbursements. 

C. S. B. General Treasurer's expenses . . . t $ 50.00 

T. S. Hamilton, account expenses 87.00 

Printing 9.00 

Miscellaneous expenses, Hunter et al 13.28 

Conference Claimants paid .- 18,960.00 

Total $19,119.28 

Oct. 8, 1919, balance 19,458.05 

Superannuate Endowment Fund. 

1919-20 Assessment $1,920.94 

1 Per Cent Assessment 571.50 

We recommend the following assessments for years 1920-21 : 

Conference Claimants $20,000.00 

Holston History 1,500.00 

T. S. Hamieton, Treasurer. 



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Conference Claimants — SpEciae. 

Bluefield District $1,048.54 

Radford District 399.36 

Cleveland District 300.00 

Morristown District 234.80 

Chattanooga District 150.79 

Big Stone Gap District 97.95 

Tazewell District 96.55 

Knoxville District 79.92 

Abingdon District 56.80 

Wytheville District 43.40 



J 

SOCIAL SERVICE. 

The movements of the Christian centuries have been evolved out of 
four fundamental truths, not without controvers}- (a) The Theological, 
what is God; (b) the Christological, what is Christ; (c) the Anthropo- 
logical, what is man; (d) the Sociological, what is man in relation to his 
fellow-man. We are come into the era of man's social relation to racial 
life, an event toward which the whole creation moves, and this relation 
must be interpreted in the terms of man's relation to God in Christ if we 
are to settle many of the problems perplexing and disturbing modem 
civilization. 

To love our neighbors as we love ourselves is to linger in the twilight 
of Judaism, the times of whose ignorance God overlooked, but in the 
clearer, fuller light of Christian ethics we are to love our fellow-man, not 
as we love ourselves, but as Christ loved us. The hour has struck to put 
full emphasis upon the nature and scope of Christian citizenship in the 
governments by men as. coterminous and coextensive with the Kingdom 
of God as governed by Christ, the light of the world. 

Four evil spirits possess the heart of the world — selfishness, sensualism, 
scepticism and superstition — and four counter-forces should possess the 
heart of the church — benevolence, spirituality, Christian culture and 
Christian faith. These the quadrant qualities vested in church life for 
the coveted conquest of the four-fold powers entrenched in world life. 
Without controversy, the church life is the Christ life relived in man life, 
and is it not the moral conscience of the world, appealing first of all to 
the social conscience of mankind? Our religion had its origin in the 
household of the patriarch and has been ever true to the cradle of its 
domestic nativity. As goes the home so goes the church and the nation. 
Out from this center radiate all the lights that are shining upon all the 
paths and places of human wanderings. 

We note with grateful gratulations the coming of our American 
Esthers to the kingdom for such a time as this when King Alcohol has 
been dethroned, obedient to the moral mandate of the social conscience 
of the nation, if in the exercise of her civil franchise she shall help on the 
faithful enforcements of legal enactments until the last tear is shed upon 
a drunkard's grave. 

Resolved, That we give special and habitual attention to the teachings 
of Jesus on the social life and institutions of his church, that we pray 
and preach to the end that our home life may be saved from the evils 
and perils of a soul-destroying worldliness, to the end that our colleges 
may send into the activities of the Church in increasing numbers a conse- 
crated manhood and purified womanhood to save us from Church apos- 
tac}^, social decay and national ruin. 

John M. Crowe. 



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K 

DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS. 

Your Committee on District Conference Records are glad to report 
that every record was before the committee. 

We find these records neatly and, in the main, accurately kept. The 
only criticism that we would offer on any of the records is that in the 
Wytheville District no official roll is kept. The same criticism obtains 
regarding the Radford District. The Knoxville record is on temporary 
sheets. 

W. E. Browning, Secretary. N. R. Cartright, Chairman. 



L 

BOARD OF MISSIONS. 

The President of the United States has said, "Let no man suppose that 
progress can be divorced from religion, or that there is any platform writ- 
ten for the ministers of reform other than the platform written in the 
utterances of our Lord and Savior." In this statement there is recogni- 
tion of that for which the Church stands, and of Him to whom we must 
look in all our work for guidance. It is for the assistance of making 
such real progress through the activities of the Church that a Board of 
Missions has been formed. Therefore, we would express our deep grati- 
tude to God, not alone for the financial, or other physical progress of the 
Church during the year past, but more than all that, as not before for 
years the spirit has descended upon our Conference in convicting and con- 
verting power and many have been united to our Lord and His Church. 
Let us even pray and work that this manifestation of his presence may 
continue. 

Our Church has been granted the privilege of opening work in three 
new foreign mission fields in Europe, and has encouraging prospects of 
entering a fourth at the opportune moment. Not only so, but a new and 
almost unexpected development in our mission work at home in both city 
and county is taking place. Thus the Cross of the Savior of Men is car- 
ried on toward universal spiritual conquest. And we rejoice that other 
denominations are advancing with us. God's blessings upon us have come 
largely through the channel of the Centenary of Missions. 

The program of the Centenary is not ended. It soon will yield prece- 
dence to other movements in the Church, but the importance of carr>'ing 
out its program in full must not be overlooked. Pledges that have been 
made must be collected. An unpaid obligation is an embarrassment to 
two — the one who makes it and the one to whom it is made. And if 
these obligations are not promptly collected they become an embarrass- 
ment to the coming educational campaign, to which we give our most 
hearty indorsement, recommending that one-half time be given to; this 
matter in district institutes. We, therefore, urge that, where not hitherto 
done, the Centenary cabinets be formed and set to work on collecions at 
once. We cannot think of depending solely upon voluntary payments. 

Your board recommends and requests the appointment of Rev. J. M. 
Carter as Conference Missionary Secretary for full time for the ensuing 
year. 

Upon request your board recommends the work of the American Bible 
Society. It does this most heartily, and prays that the work may be more 
devoutly studied as it is more widely circulated. 

Another request has come for the appointment of a trustee for the 
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nominate F. A. Carter, of Sweetwater, Tenn., with the understanding that 
in taking this action we are not to be considered legally or morally bound 
to the support of any policy or financial plan of this organization. We 
do, however, most heartily commend the work it is now doing. 

E. L. Addington is recommended for appointment as Conference Evan- 
gelist, and Bascom Waters is recommended for appointment as Confer- 
ence Evangelist by the presiding Bishop, and as General Evangelist to 
the General Board of Missions. 

J. E. Lowry is recommended for appointment as President of Hiwassee 
College. 

C. K. Wingo, President of the Board, was elected a member in the 
Board of Managers of the "Preachers' and Workers' Institute." J. M. 
Carter, W. E. Brock and W. S. Hendricks were elected as our Committee 
on Evangelism. 

Bristol was chosen as the place of the midyear meeting and Feb. 1-3 
was selected as the time. 

The board has appropriated $400 for its expenses. It has made five 
special appropriations as follows : 

President of Hiwassee College $1,500 

Chaplain Emory and Henry College 1,000 

Preachers' and Workers' Institute 500 

Conference Missionary Secretary 3.600 

Expenses 1,500 

Of the last named salary and expenses the General Board of Missions 
pays two-thirds. 

This year the following eight charges go on the honor roll by becom- 
ing self-sustaining: Athens and East Princeton, Charleston, Clincho, Ep- 
worth, French Broad, Kimball, Lead Mines and West Graham. 

We make appropriation $23,940, out of a total appropriation of $32,440, 
to 98 missions, as follows : 



Abingdon Circuit . . . .$200 
Afton 200 

*Alcoa 400 

Alcoa Mills 300 

*Athens Circuit 200 

Belfast 150 

Benham 180 

^Benton 240 

Big Stone Gap Ct... . 250 
Blue Ridge 300 

fBrookside and Clyde 

Aves 750 

Boissevain 160 

Bristol Circuit 200 

Carbo 200 

Cedar Bluff 100 

Ceres 130 

Chilhowie Circuit .... 100 

Clinchport 150 

Clintwood 240 

Coal Creek... 150 

Coaldan 300 

Coeburn Circuit 250 

^Concord 200 

Cooper & Bluestone. . 300 

Corrvton 200 

Council 150 



C 

B-4 

B-4 

C 

C 

C 

B-4 

B-4 

B 

C 

C 

B-4 

C 

C 

C 

C 

C 

C 

C 

A 

C 

c 
c 

A 
C 



Coveton 300 C 

Cumberland Gap 200 B 

Dodson Ave 300 C 

Draper 300 C 

*Ducktown 100 C 

Dungannon 125 B-4 

Dunlap 175 C 

East Buchanan 150 C 

East Lake 400 B-4 

East River 400 C 

East Welch 100 A 

Embreeville 250 C 

Emerald Ave 300 B 

Etna 250 C 

Fall Branch 200 C 

Flovd 225 B-4 

Fries 200 B-4 

Glenalum 200 C 

Grant (Jr. P. 75) . . . . 450 C 

(P. C. 375) 

Grundv &'Knox Crdek 300 C 

Hiawatha (P. C. 300) 200 B-4 

Hillsville (Jr. P. 2 S.) 325 C 

Hixson 250 C 

Honaker 160 B-4 

Johnson City Ct 600 C 

lonesboro 500 C 



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Keystone 200 

Kingsport Circuit.... 350 

Knoxville Circuit 400 

Lookout 250 

Macedonia 250 

Mascot 300 

Matoaka 200 

Melvin 250 

Mercer & Summers. . 200 

Mountain City 350 

Montcalm 150 

*Mount Vernon 200 

Nickelsville 200 

N. Chattanooga 320 

Panther & Enghsh. .. 200 

Parrottsville 200 

^Philadelphia 200 

Raven 200 

*Riceville 100 

Rising Fawn 100 

Radford 300 

Robertsville 200 

Rural Retreat Ct.. .. 240 



C Roderfield & lager... 150 C 

B Sequatchie 250 C 

C Spanishburg 300 C 

C Sneedville 450 C 

B Spring City 200 C 

C South Bristol 200 C-4 

B^ * South Cleveland 200 C 

C Tate & Rutledge 400 C 

C Tazewell Circuit 400 C 

C Tazewell Station 200 B 

C 3d Church, Bluefield. 600 C 

C Tom's Creek 100 A 

B Va. Ave. (Bristol)... 300 B 

B-4 Va. Ave. (Knoxville) 150 A 

C War 150 C 

C West Buchanan 150 C 

B West Welch 200 A-2 

C Whiteside 200 C 

C Washington Pike.... 150 A 

C Wilder 320 B^ 

C Wilcoe & Thorpe... . 200 

C Wisdom Memorial ... 200 C 

A-2 



*Charges, thus checked, in the bounds of the Cleveland, District, have 
appropriations made on condition that salaries and benevolences be 
paid in full. 

fThe condition on the Brookside and Clyde Avenue Mission is that Church 
Street pay an equal sum through the board, to be added to its appro- 
priation. 



Annual Statement, Board oe Missions. 

Receipts. 

Balance Oct. 10, 1919 $ 6,290.98 

Church Street 583.33 

Assessments 17,245.91 

Chattanooga Savings Bank, interest on account 139.78 

K. W. Cox, refund 16.00 

Mills Loan repaid 300.00 

Interest from investments 362.66 

J. C. Orr, refund 177.07 

Missionary Centenary 13,064.94 

Total $38,180.67 

Disbursements. 

General Treasurers' expenses $ 50.00 

Purchase Smith loan 350.00 

Midyear meeting 416.24 

J. C. Orr, institute 450.00 

M. A. Stevenson, expenses 25.00 

C. K. Wingo, expenses 9.77 

H. E. Kelso, expenses 2.00 

J. C. Orr, expenses 383.32 

J. E. Lowry 1,250.00 

Missionary salaries 24,712.89 

Balance on hand Oct. 8, 1920 10,531.45 



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SPECIAI.S Received From the Holston Conference Since Report of 
Coi^LECTioNs Made at the Last Session in 1919. 

1919— Foreign. ' 

Oct. 27. Sunday School class. . .Princeton, W. Va China $ 18.20 

" 28. Sunday School Rural Rereat, Va China 6.25 

" 30. S. S., Bland St Bluefield, W. Va China 15.00 

Nov. 20. Sunday School 7 Mile Ford, Va Japan 8.00 

" 26. S. S. Marvin Rural Retreat, Va China 2.40 

Dec. 1. Mr. & Mrs. A. H. Hock . Bluefield, W. Va China 25.00 

" 22. Mollie Womack Welch, W. Va China 6.00 

" 26. A. H. Hock and wife.. Bluefield, W. Va China 25.00 

1920— 

Jan. 27. Miss E. G. Walton. .. .Chattanooga China 100.00 

Feb. 12. S. S., Bland St Bluefield, W. Va. . . . China 15.00 

Mch. 1. Rev. J. A. Lyons Knoxville, Tenn Africa. . . . 50.00 

" 1. Rev. J. A. Lyons Knoxville, Tenn Undirected 54.40 

Apr. 1. S. S. Marvin Rural Retreat, Va China 6.25 

" 9. Miss Mollie Womack.. Hemphill, W. Va China 3.00 

May 26. Sunday School Bluefield, W. Va China 15.00 

" 27. S.S.Marvin Rural Retreat, Va China 17.75 

Aug. 6. S. S., Bland St Bluefield, W. Va China 15.00 

Sept. 4. John Williams Wytheville, Va Korea .... 125.00 

" 30. S.S.Marvin Rural Retreat, Va China 9.00 



M 

COMMISSION ON FINANCE. 

Your Commission on Finance has heard from the several boards of the 
Conference and other interests, and after careful consideration recommend 
increases on assessments as follows : 

Conference Claimants $3,000.00- 

Sunday School Board 1,500.00 

Greeneville Orphanage 200.00 

Holston History 300.00 

Annual Conference Expense 2,500.00 

Total $7,500 

This increase has been apportioned to the districts in equal ratio. The 
total amounts assessed are : 

General Assessment $59,840.00 

Conference Assessment 66,700.00 

The decimals to be used in the division of funds by the General 
Treasurer are : 

General Assessment 4728 

Conference Assessment 5272 

The Discipline directs that your Commission shall determine what per- 
centage of the total sum assessed shall be allotted to each of the interests 
represented. The proportionate parts expressed in decimals are as follows: 

Conference Claimants 2974 

Sunday School Board 0668 

Orphanage 0178 

Annual Conference expense 0372 

Epworth League 0149 

Education 2379 

Conference Missions 2676 

Superannuate Endowment Fund 0379 

Holston Historv 0225 



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The apportionment of the entire assessment to the several districts is 
as follows : 

District. General. Conference. Total. 

Abingdon $6,214.00 $6,929.00 $13,143.00 

Big Stone Gap 5,206.00 5,804.00 11,010.00 

Bluefield 5,437.00 6,064.00 11,501.00 

Chattanooga 7,546.00 8,415.00 15,961.00 

Cleveland 4,664.00 5,201.00 9,865.00 

Knoxville 7,731.00 8,621.00 16,352.00 

Morristown 5,800.00 6,466.00 12,266.00 

Radford 5,338.00 5,953.00 11,291.00 

Tazewell 5,958.00 6.644.00 12,602.00 

Wytheville 5,958.00 6,644.00 12,602.00 

J. A. Baylor, Secretary. E. E. Wiley, Chair hi an. 



N 

EPWORTH LEAGUE BOARD. 

We find a growing interest in the Epworth League work throughout 
the Conference. There has been a slight increase in the number of chap- 
ters and members during the year, yet the interest is not what it should 
be. We find that many of our pastors are giving their time to. the work of 
the Sunday School, but are neglecting entirely the Epworth League. 
While the importance of the Sunday School cannot be overestimated, yet 
it does not do the work of the Epworth League, whose purpose covers a 
broader field of practical activity for the training and development of the 
youth than does the Sunday School or any other department of our Church. 
At least 90 per cent of our ministers of the Gospel, missionaries, deacon- 
nesses and special Christian workers received their early training and their 
inspiration for life service in the Epworth League. 

This Board, in co-operation with the Epworth League Conference, is 
planning to put forth its best effort to make each pastor realize his re- 
sponsibility to give the work of the Epworth League its rightful place in 
his charge. There will be a definite aim of more intimate co-operation on 
the part of the Conference Board with the Epworth League Conference 
in order that the best results possible may be obtained. Co-operation is 
the ke>Tiote in the policies of both bodies. We note with gratification the 
work and plans of the Epworth League Conference under the direction of 
Mr. Leon Jourolmon, its president. 

We desire to call the attention of the presiding elders to the midyear 
meeting of the Conference Cabinet, and the Conference Board, which is 
to be held in the near future. We not only urge them to attend this 
meeting, but also the Summer Assembly, to be held at Emory and Henry 
College, which will take the place of the annual Epworth League Con- 
ference. 

We furthermore ask of each presiding elder in arranging the program 
of his District Conference to give the officials of the Epworth League a 
favorable hour in which to present their cause. We solicit on the part of 
the Conference its prayers, its sympathy and its co-operation. 

We ask the Conference to confirm the following laymen to fill vacancies 
on the Epworth League Board : M. E. Myers, Cedar Springs, Va., to 
represent the Wytheville District; Cuen Barnett, of East Radford, Va., 
to represent the Radford District. 

H. B. Vaught, President. 

W. P. Eastwood, Secretary and Treasurer. 



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MEMOIRS 



SAMUEL H. HALL 

Samuel H. Hall was born in Franklin County, Virginia, August 22, 
1851. He died at Draper, Va., February 24, 1920, and was buried at 
Greeneville, Tenn. He was married to Rachel Louisa Brooks at 
Greeneville, Tenn., April 14, 1887. There was born of this union two 
children — Ira Keener and Hattie Anne — who, with the mother, ra- 
main on this side the mystic river, while father has passed into rest. 

Brother Hall first joined the Protestant Methodist Church and was 
licensed to preach in that church in 1873. He was received into the 
Holston Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at Asheville, 
N. C, in the Fall of 1888. He was a faithful pastor and preacher until 
death claimed him. He was a true man in all his relations to his 
fellowman, and always had the love and respect of his people in his 
charge. 

On his last charge he was very popular with all denominations and 
his death was a shock to us all as it came unexpected. We miss him, 
but we expect to see him again. D. P. HURLEY. 



FRANK M. REYNOLDS 

Frank M. Reynolds^ was born at Andersonville, Tenn., October 22, 
1875. He died of heart' failure at the old home in which he was reared, 
April 12, 1920. He was 44 years, 5 months and 20 days old. He was 
the oldest son of Lloyd and Francis Reynolds. His father was a 
licensed exhorter of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Brother Reynolds united with the church at the age of 10 years, 
having been carefully trained by Christian pajents. His early educa- 
tion was obtained in the public schools of Anderson County, in the 
High School, and in the Anderson Institute, a branch of Carson- 
Newman College. He taught school for many years and was a most 
excellent teacher. In 1910 he graduated from Hiwassee College. The 
last ten years of his life were devoted to teaching and preaching. He 
joined Holston Conference, M. E. Church, in 1905, and transferred to 
the Holston Conference, M. E. Church, South, in 1910, at Chattanooga, 
Tenn. He was ordained elder in 1911 at Morristown. In 1910 he was 
principal of the Tazewell High School; in 1911 at McDowell; 1912, 
Stony Point and Grassy Creek; in 1913, junior preacher, Andersonville 
Circuit; 1914, Evensville Circuit; 1915, Decatur Circuit; in 1916 and 
1917 he held supernumerary relation; in 1918, district evangelist for 
Knoxville District. 

He was twice married. He was first married to Miss Arlena Wal- 
lace. To this union were born seven children, six of whom are liv- 
ing. He was married the second time to Miss Minnie Craig, in 1913. 
To this union was born one child. He leaves a wife, seven children, 
two sisters, two brothers and two half-brothers to mourn his death. 
Two of his brothers are now fine young preachers in our Conference. 
They are L. S. Reynolds, now stationed at Newport, Tenn., and R. G. 
Reynolds, stationed at Cleveland, Tenn. 

The funeral was conducted by the writer, assisted by Rev. G. F. 
Carr, pastor of the family. The remains were laid to rest in the fam- 



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ily cemetery at Red Hill Baptist Church in the presence of a large con- 
gregation of relatives and friends. Brother Reynolds was a good man 
and died in the faith. H. B. VAUGHT. 



MARGIE ADALINE JORDAN 

On an extensive plateau, up on the very top of the Blue Ridge 
Mountains, and near the dividing line between Virginia and North 
Carolina, in Alleghany County, live the Carico brothers, pioneer Meth- 
odists of that Primitive Baptist region. One of these brothers is the 
father of our Dr. M. P. Carico, and another brother, Albert O., and his 
wife, Caroline, are the parents of Margie Adaline Jordan. 

In that peaceful, sequestered elevation Margie Adaline was born on 
the 16th day of April, 1882. Early in her girlhood she was converted 
and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, during the ministry 
of Rev. John Bayless Simpson. Up there with the skyline of the hori- 
zon obstructed only here and there by nearby sylvan forests she grew 
in purity and devotion of spirit, in grace and beauty of person, the 
pride of her home and community. 

Approaching the eighteenth year of her age (April 16, 1900) she 
was married to Mr. G. T. Jordan. Together they built a little vine-clad 
cottage and were happy and prosperous, blest with their two elder- 
born, a daughter and a son. However, at the end of six years there 
was disturbance in that household, for the Angel of the Lord tapped 
gently at the cottage door and broke, in no uncertain terms, the secret 
message of a divine commission to the husband. It wiped out every 
design upon his trestle-board. It called for a full surrender of every 
pleasing prospect and earthward ambition he had ever fostered. And 
not to him only, but the sorest apprehension to him was the dread of 
breaking to the unsuspecting and contented wife the disappointment of 
all her hopes and aspirations. 

Yet how little did he know her! — for when he was forced to advise 
her of his call to preach and added that he desired to join the itinerants 
and that her people should be his people, she, with utter abandon and 
cheerful consecration, replied: **If that is your call and desire I am 
ready to leave all and follow you." 

And so, three years through Mechanicsburg Circuit, four years 
through Ceres, and four years through Elk Creek Circuit, and into the 
fourth year through Cripple Creek Circuit, she followed with him as 
he followed Christ, until July 4, 1920, there was a knock at the Cripple 
Creek parsonage gate, when a convoy of angels bore her redeemed 
spirit up the shining way to the throne of glory. There she awaits 
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Moore, of Cripple Creek; Curtis, the stenographer; 
Banks and Mabel, and the bereft husband, Rev. G. T. Jordan, who at 
least knows now how to comfort those who mourn better than he did 
formerly. 

There, too, we who attended her remains to the family church and 
cemetery over the dividing line between the States, high up among the 
mists and clouds, shall hope to see her face to face, clothed upon in the 
likeness of her glorified Lord. JNO. E. NAFF. 



MRS. F. M. GRACE 

Ida Hoskins was born February 15, 1859, and died at her home in 
Owenton, Alabama, after months of intense suffering with rheuma- 



Jin Mfutortam 





SAMUEL H. HALL 

Died in 1920 



FRANK M. REYNOLDS 
Died in 1920 





MRS. GILES T JORDAN 
Died in 1920 



MRS. W. C. HARRIS 
Died in 1920 



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tism, June 13, 1920. She was married to Rev. Francis M. Grace, D. D., 
by Dr. John H. Brunner at Chilhowee Methodist Church in 1894. To 
this union were born four children, two sons and two daughters, all of 
whom survive her, and are as follows: William H., Francis M., Jr., 
Miss Judith Collier and Miss Jamie. For ten years she and Dr. Gra^ce 
lived happily together and she assisted him very much in his work at 
Hiwassee College, Franklin, N. C, High School and Birmingham 
Southern College, where her honored husband was teaching when he 
passed away sixteen years ago. 

Sister Grace was a devout Christian, an affectionate mother and 
faithful companion. She was regarded by those who knew her inti- 
mately as a kind and generous woman, always ready to lend a helping 
hand to anyone she found in need. But her work is done, and she has 
been called to her reward. After an appropriate funeral service her 
body was laid to rest in Elm Leaf Cemetery by the side of her hus- 
band to await the resurrection of the just. J. E. LOWRY. 



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TABLE No. 3 - 


- FINANCE 














Presiding 
Elder 


Preacher in 
Charge 


District 
Work 


Annual 

Conference 

Work 


Gpneral 
Work 


1 

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120 115 
225 225 
225 225 


$ :?ooo 

800 
1500 
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$ 2000 

758 

1500 

1800 

3600 

400 


,12 


$ 12 


$ 668 
223 
394 
407 
1162 
92 
138 
205 
438 
276 
141 
233 


$ 668 
121 
394 
407 
1162 
92 
188 
205 
488 
276 
141 
238 


$ 670 
221 
400 
413 
1196 
98 
140 
208 
445 
278 
141 
236 
251 
237 
159 
335 
148 
147 
805 
404 


$ 670 
103 
400 
413 
1196 
93 
140 
208 
445 
278 
141 
236 
251 
129 
159 
295 
148 
147 
194 
404 






2 Abingdon Circuit — 
S Anderson Street 






9 

9 

19 


9 

9 

19 






4 Mary Street 

5 State Street 






5401 540| 3600 

60 601 400 

120 1201 800 

120! 120 800 






f) South Bristol 






7 Virginia Avenue 

8 Bristol Circuit 


800 
800 


6 


6 


$ 25 




9 Blountville 


180! 180 
1501 1K7 


1200 1200 


9i 9 






10 Bluff City 


lOon 


1047 
817 
800 

1200 
900 
450 

1000 
905 
713 

1000 

1600 


5 
6 

7 
6 


7 
5 
6 
7 
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120 
]20 
180 


122i 800 
1201 800 
1801 1900 






12 Ceres 






] 3 Damascus 


245 24f; 






14 Elizabethton 


1351 135i 900 
67 67] 450 
150 150| 1000 
90 124 600 
101] 107 650 
150| 150 1000 
240| 2401 1600 


234 
158 
330 
147 
94 
301 
397 


129 
158 
330 
147 
94 
194 
897 






15 Emory 


3! 3 
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41 4 
21 2 
7 6 
121 12 






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17 Keywood 






18 Mountain City 






19 Rich Valley 






20 Saltville 












Total 


$8393|$3437l$22600 
28311 28141 18922 


$23290 S131 


$121i?6283 
97! 5523 


$5969 
5884 


$6417 
6075 


$6050 
5790 


25 
258 




Total Last Year 


18915 


109 


38 




562| 623 

1 


3678 


4375 


221 24 760 


585 


342 


260 


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38 




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$ 250 $ 250 
2501 250 
125! 66 
250! 250 
100! 88 
1711 171 








$ 181 
865 

36 
374 

80 
178 

74 
121 
100 
112 
826 
211 
191 
442 

75 

95 
450 
292 
190 

40 
145 
182 
259 


$ 177 
404 
166 
876 
154 
176 

76 
166 
100 
118 
824 
214 
293 
433 

88 
151 
450 
295 
239 
202 
140 
188 
276 


$ 135 
840 

87 
876 

80 
176 

76 
129 
100 
113 
324 
214 
191 
483 

75 

96 
450 
295 
190 

40 
140 
183 
276 




BIG STONE GAP 
1 Appalachia 


1 
$ 1500 ;S 1500 


$ 18 


1 

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$ 18lfR 173 




2 Big Stone Gap 


1500 

750 

1500 

600 

1029 

500 

750 

1200 

1000 

1380 

1000 

1200 

2000 


1500 

406 

1500 

529 

1029 

561 

613 

1200 

1000 

1380 

1000 

1200 

2000 

• 550 

547 

2005 

1120 

754 

732 

1375 

1167 


23l 23 


408 
164 
374 
152 
178 

74 
164 
100 
112 
326 
211 
289 
442 

87 
149 
450 
292 
286 
198 
145 
182 
259 






3 Clinchport 


10 
22 

9 
15 

8 
10 
18 
15 
20 
15 
18 
30 

9 

9 
30 
15 
13 
13 
18 
15 
23 


10 
22 

9 
15 

& 
10 
18 
15 
20 
15 
18 
30 

5 

9 
30 
15 

7 
13 
18 
15 
23 












5 Coeburn Circuit 






6 Cumberland Gap 






7 East Stone Gap | 83 1 93 






8 Ewing _ 125 102 






9 Roda _ _ 






10 Fort Blackmore 143| 143 






11 Gate City _ 230 230 






12 Gate City Circuit | 167 167 






13 Jonesville 200 200 






14 Kingsport 168 168 






15 Kingsport Circuit | 861 861 K15> 






16 Nicklesville | 133 


91 
333 
186 


800 
2000 
1000 






17 Norton | 333 






18 Pennington Gap 166 






19 Powell's Valley 1501 125l 900 






20 Stickleyville | 150 


123 900 






21 Stonega _ | 




1200 
1000 






22 Tom's Creek | 167 


189 






28 Wise 1 2501 250| 1500| 1500 










Total $3697|$3561|$25721 


$25168 
$20339 


376 
$ 15 


366'$5165 
$ 10|$4924 


$4469 
$4110 


$5196 
$5170 


$4469 
$4327 






Total Last Year $3290|$3152;$20967 






Increase 


4071 4091 47541 48291 3611 3f;61 241 


359 


261 142 






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132 
186 
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2426 




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5967 


51 


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8820 


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296 


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188 


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$ 4672 
4054 


$ 5807'$16106|$29990 
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$206 


$178 


$ 96763 
70100 


$ 886 
424 


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1452 


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235 

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80 

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170 
50 
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30 
75 
40 


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15 


$ 7 
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396 

95 
228 
155 
150 
310 

68 
385 
107 
245 
203 
305 
403 
110 

17 
660 
140 

81 

30 
248 
184 
210 


$ 557 
536 


$ 185 
224 


$ 552 
1414 


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6327 
1015 
4837 
1066 
2546 
1415 
1566 
4253 
2492 
4235 
3085 
3498 
1482 
1428 
1057 
4208 
2407 
1589 
1043 
2722 
2691 
3855 

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55984 


$ 497 
300 

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400 

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567 


5110 
6027 
1015 


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350 


681 






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1066 


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54 
235 
300 

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275 
100 
297 
350 

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120 
927 
700 
150 

50 
554 
250 

24 


397 
128 
206 






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1106 












1566 


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479 

80 

295 

142 

5675 


250 

69 

261 

80 

150 

103 

20 

15 

366 

80 

78 

15 

100 

150 

160 


18 
90 


66 






3868 


10 


434 
636 
625 






2492 


11 
12 
13 


60 
105 





4163 
3085 
3498 


14 


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118 






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86 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 
TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



NAME OF CHARGE 



Presiding 
Elder 



Preacher in 
CJiarge 



District 
Work 



Annual 

Conference 

Work 



BLUEFIELD 



Bland Street 

Bramwell 

Berwind 

Coalwood 

Davy & Twin Bch. 

Eckman 

East Welch 

Grace Church 

Gary 



$ 600 


$ 600 


333 


333 


200 


200 


200 


215 


257 


267 


250 


250 


214 


218 


500 


500 


334 


334 



Glen A. <S 
Hiawatha, 



War E.__| 
Wenonahl 



Jenkin J. & Pageton| 

Keystone | 

Kimball ! 

Maybeury & Cooper_| 

Matoaka | 

McDowell & C'mplerl 

Montcalm I 

N. Fork & Elkhorn_| 
Panther & English. 

Rock Circuit 

Roderfield & Iaeger_ 

War 

Welch Station 

West Welch 

Wilco and Thorpe 



161 
186 
300 

129 
225 
300 
200 
250 
200 
228 
160| 
250 
250| 
171| 
333| 
100| 
1801 



161 
136 
300 
129 
225 
300 
200 
250 

200, 

2281 1372 



2000 
1200 
1200 
1543 
1500 
1286 
3000 
2000 
964 
819 
1800 
900 
1350 
1800 
1200 
1500 
1200 



160 
250 
194 
119 



1000 
1500 
1500 
1029 



$ 3600 
2000 
1200 
1289 
1600 
1500 
1306 
3000 
2000 
964 



333| 20001 
100| 700| 
1801 10801 



1=1950 

900 
1350 
1800 
1200 
1500 
1320 
1372 
1023 
1500 
1168 

714 
2000 

700| 7 
10801 12 



$ 925 
321 
124 

98 
241 
175 

68 
883 
175 
110 

62 

52 

95 
105 
301 

62 
225 
140 
220 

62 
155 
112 
105 
280 

48 
140 



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321 
124 

98 
241 
175 

68 
883 
175 
110 

62' 

52 

95 
105 
301 

62 
225 
140 
220 

62 
155 
112' 
105 
280 

48 
140 



$ 942 
319 
122 

91 
249 
175 

67 
897 
180 
105 

65 

53 

97 
105 
309 

65 
225 
140 
225 

75 
155 
108 
105 
275 

52 
140 



% 942 
319 
122 

91 
249 
175 

67 
897 
180 
105 

65 

53 

97 
105 
309 

65[ 
225 
140 
225 

75 
155 
108 
105 
275 

52 
140 



$ 25 



$1430 



1001 



Total l$6461j 

Total Last Year I 45781 



$6382i$39043 
4304J 30274 



$38855 $399 
28349 676 



$397 
676 



$5384 
5109 



$5384 
5068 



$5441 
5441 



$5441 $15551 $ 6 
5402 2232| 



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Increase 

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* Includes $150 for junior preacht 



(69 10506 



275 



216 



278 279 



677 



CHATTANOOGA 

1 Centenary 

2 Dayton 

3 Dunlap 

4 Dodson Avenue _ 

5 East Lake : 

6 Etna 

7 Evensville 

8 Highland Park 

9 Hixon 

10 Jasper & Whitwell _ 

11 King Memorial 

12 Lookout 

13 Melvin 

14 North Chattanooga _ 

15 Pikeville 

16 Ridgedale 

17 Rossville 

18 R. Fawn & Trenton 

19 South Pittsburg 

20 Spring City 

21 Sequatchie 

22 St. Elmo 

23 Trinity 

24 Wisdom Memorial 

25 Whiteside 



$ 756|$ 756 



120 


120 


100 


100 


40 


37 


65 


65 


40 


41 


75 


75 


275 


275 


40 


40 


100 


100 


135 


135 


35 


35 


20 


20 


80 


80 


120 


120 


95 


95 


110 


110 


80 


80 


100 


100 


75 


75 


55 


55 


165 


165 


200 


200 


20 


20 


115 


115 



3600 

1200 

1025 

600 

1000 

525 

812 

2500 

500 

950 

1500 

300 

350 

1000 

1200 

1800 

1500 

1120 

1500 

705 

500 

1500 

2400 

550 

1400 



$ 3600 

1235 

1025 

490 

1000 

600 

735 

2500 

500 

950 

1500 

300 

350 

1000 

1204 

1800 

1500 

1120 

1500 

775 

500 

1500 

3100 

550 

1400 



$ 40 



$ 40 



$2000 
267 
163 

74 
168 

92 
186 
886 
105 
186 
293 

98 

60 
173 
142 
232 
251 
203 
243 
174 
118 
361 
660 

36 
265 



$2000 
267 
163 

74 
168 

92 
159 
886 
105 
186 
293 

98 

60 
173 
142 
232 
251 
203 
243 
174 
118 
361 
660 

36 
265 



$1991 
284 
174 

78 
178 

99 
174 
794 
112 
198 
312 

93 

63 
185 
151 
247 
267 
215 
258 
186 
125 
385 
596 

38 
283 



$1991 

284 
174 

78 
178 

99 
107 
794 
112 
198 
312 

93 

63 
185 
151 
247 
267 
215 
258 
186 
125 



283 



Total 

Total Last Year. 



$3016;$3014 
3002 3002 



$30037 
25837 



$30734 
26258 



$200]$200 
200 200 



$7436 
7041 



$7409 
7041 



$7486 



$7419 

7472 



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12 



395 



368 



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642 
1386 
200 
170 
350 

74 

3166 

250 

64 

12 
225 
121 
120 
104 

92 
160 

93 
110 


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$ 75 


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448 
181 
171 
202 
200 
211 
2910 
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357 
176 
470 
208 
186 
453 
284 
517 

25 
326 
136 
210 
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126 
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28 

573 

130 
468 
457 
300 

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578 
135 

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275 
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45 

254 

269 

150 

1165 

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$ 7067 
1035 
588 
263 
481 
701 
467 
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576 
372 
285 
370 
563 
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59 
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5043 
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10878 
4259 
2731 

27620 
5319 
2301 
1764 
4654 
3105 
4142 
4385 
3335 
4256 
3097 
5202 
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300 
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359 
229 
311 
325 
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23296 
5077 
2301 


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17 
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53 






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13 
14 


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4022 


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16 
17 
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27 
20 


3319 

4246 
3097 


19 
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5152 
1458 


91 




427 


150 
52 

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1179 


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106 




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$ 5 22232 
110762 


$ 9709 
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$ 437 
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$ 772 
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$11244 
6669 


$10151 
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4298 


$ 9594 
7725 
1869 


$19795 
19660 


$762 
137 


1032 


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135 


625 


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32841 


2576 


40269 






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225 
148 


$ 6585 

150 

69 

50 

115 

40 

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137 

293 


$ 69 
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$ 2379 
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$ 5324 
82 


$15464 
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$11487 
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244 


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$ 50393 

3365 

2023 

773 

2378 

2302 

1385 

29769 

1109 

2658 

4164 

592 

580 

3455 

22693 

3820 

5772 

2965 

3103 

2312 

1515 

8897 

14486 

1344 

5339 


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214 
112 

52 
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83 
179 
397 

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564 
194 
172 
329 
374 
159 
200 
226 
726 
628 
162 
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950 

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71 
240 


19 

25 

20 

3478 

100 

311 

428 


184 

329 

200 

3000 

42 

78 

376 


10 


21 


2378 


6 






2292 


7 






3 
71 





1385 


8 
9 


30 
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29484 
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60 
700 
200 
512 

1162 
308 
216 
500 
126 
729 

1900 
485 
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3 


580 


14 





200 
20000 


241 

61 
239 
171 

75 
140 

48 

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842 

48 

427 


88 


15 

35 
45 


291 
263 
450 
434 
78 
90 
100 

"~"600 
500 


259 
20 

74 
18 

75 

26 

282 
4027 


3455 


15 






22693 


16 






3820 


17 
18 


— - 


1400 
488 
300 
250 
310 
6295 
1440 





21 
14 


5443 
2965 


19 


43 




3059 


90 






2312 


21 


12 
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87 

1 






1503 


22 






8897 


23 

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24 


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14486 
1344 


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146 


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236 


1144 








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$___|45190;$10474 
1159261 7743 


$ 922 
362 


$ 458 
362 


1$ 9044i$14224 
1 66051 11242 


$25857 
8090 


$24247 
14811 


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111431 


1 129264 2731 

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2439 


2982 


17767 


9436 


302 


113 


64221 


1 64503 

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HOLSTON ANNUAL 
TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 





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1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

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13 
1 

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CLEVELAND 
1 Alcoa 


1 
1 

$ 123 
216 


$ 123 

216 

56 

73 

350 

62 

134 

110 

171 

117 

250 

300 

205 


! 

$ 900 

1300 

300 

430 

2100 

375 

1000 

800 

1029 

700 

1500 

1800 

1200 

412 

900 

2000 

325 

767 

900 

800 

600 

2000 


$ 900 

1300 

338 

612 

2100 

375 

1000 

800 

1029 

700 

1500 

1800 

1345 

412 

1000 

2000 

325 

767 

900 

800 

600 

2400 


$ 

7 
3 
8 

10 
8 

25 

14 
6 

16 
6 

37 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
4 
4 

14 
4 

50 


$___ 

7 

3 

8 

10 

8 

25 

14 

6 

16 

6 

37 

6 

5 

5 

6 

5 

4 

4 

14 

10 

50 


$ 80 

291 

60 

60 

520 

60 

186 

171 

132 

'"210 
326 
334 

78 
217 
365 

82 
141 
190 

98 

94 
538 


$ 46 
291 

60 

60 
520 

60 
186 
171 
132 
304 
210 
326 
334 

61 
217 
365 

82 
141 
190 

98 

94 
538 


$ 80 

309 

60 

63 

554 

63 

199 

125 

120 


$ 46 

309 

60 

63 

554 

63 

199 

125 

120 




1 


2 Athens Station 






3 Athens Circuit _ | 50 






4 Benton Circuit \ 71 






5 Cleveland Station __| 350 

6 South Cleveland | 62 


30 




7 Charleston 1 134 








110 






9 Decatur 


171 
117 
250 
300 
200 










10 


11 Etowah _ _ 


234 
347 
314 

85 
231 
388 

86 
159 
202 
106 
101 
572 


234 
347 
314 

61 
231 
388 

86 
159 
202 
106 
102 
572 






12 Lenoir City 






13 Loudon & Phila. 








681 68 








150 
333 
54 
128 
133 
133 
100 
333 


154 
333 
54 
128 
133 
133 
100 
400 






16 Maryville 












18 Oakland-Vonore 






19 Ooltewah 






20 Peakland 






21 Riceville 






22 Sweetwater 












Total 


$3586|$36701$22138!$23003 
31101 31601 190121 19620 


$243 
91 


$249 
91 


$4233 
4384 


$4486 
4055 


$43981$434i:$ 30IS 10 


Total Last Year 


4621 


4621 


107! 




476 


510 


3126! 3383 


152 


158 




151 


431 












223 


281 


77 


















KNOXVILLE 

1 Andersonville 

2 Broad Street 


1 

$ ioo;$ 69 

3501 350 


$ 770 i$ 642 
5>H00l 5>500 


$ 3 
73 

7^ 


,3 

73 

73 

158 


$ 25 

912 

912 

1950 


$ 25 

912 

912 

1950 


$ 22 

922 

922 

2000 


$ 22 
922 


.- 


$ 


3 Cent-nary 


350| 350| 2500 2500 


922 






4 Church Street | 


490 1 4901 3500 35001 158 


2000 






5 Church St. Mission 
Brookside 






1 

! 








Clyde Avenue 






150 

125 

31 


150 
131 






10 

10 

10 

12 

212 

75 

120 

80 

150 

490 

227 

127 

200 

127 

238 

147 

25 

50 

77 

287 

75 

115 

274 

285 

70 

35 

130 

95 


10 

10 

10 

12 

212 

75 

120 

80 

150 

490 

227 

127 

145 

127 

238 

147 

25 


10 

10 

10 

12 

213 

75 

120 

80 

57 

490 

228 

70 

200 

128 

238 

148 


10 
10 
10 
12 

213 
75 

120 
80 
57 

490 

228 
70 

145 


15 




Marble Hill 












Methodist Hill 














West Lonsdale 


28 1 28 


200 


200 

1500 

800 

775 

800 

725 

2000 

1500 

1000 

1200 

630 

1600 

15001 










6 Clinton 


210| 210i 


1500 

800 

775 

800 

725 

2000 

1500 

1000 

1200 

7651 


17 
9 

10 
3 


17 
10 






7 Coal Creek 


115 
100 
80 
98 
280 
210 
140 
168 
100 


115 

100 

80 

98 

280 

210 

140 

168 

88 






8 Corryton 


15 




9 Emerald Avenue 




10 Epworth 






11 Fountain City 


39 
18 


39 
18 






12 Harriman 






13 Harriman Circuit 






14 Jacksboro 


16 
10 
19 

12 


16 
10 
19 

12 






15 Knoxville Circuit | 






16 LaFollette 


210| 210| 1500 
168| 1681 1200 


238 
148 






17 Lincoln Park 






18 Roseberry 


20| 20| 150 155 






19 Lutrell | 


43| 20 350 

84| 84 600 

2101 210 1500 

37| 37 - 268 


250 

600 

1500 

268 


50 
6 

24 
6 
9 

22 

23 


~~24 
6 
9 

14 
10 










20 Macedonia 


78 
287 

75 
115 
274 
178 

70 

35 
130 

95 


78 
285 

75 
115 
274 
285 

70 

35 
130 

85 


51 

285 

75 

115 

274 

177 

70 

35 

130 

85 






21 Magnolia Avenue | 






22 Robertsville 






23 Rock wood | 


126! 126 900| 1200 

140 140 1000 1207 

140 128 100 940 

98| 981 700 800 






24 Sevierville | 






25 Strawberry Plains | 






26 Tazewell 


6! 6 

1 






27 Tazewell Circuit _ | 


70 
119 

126! 


59 
119 
126 


500 363 
850 850 
900 900 






28 Virginia Avenue 


10 10 
5 5 






29 Washington Pike _ _| 






Total 1 


$4410!$4321|$32259'$32686!$621 $541 
3990! 3905! 29447| 29149| 200 200 


$7552;$7341 
73731 7080 


$73871 
75591 


$7069'$ 30 $ 


Total last year | 


7327! 1 


Increase | 


420! 4161 


2812 


3537 


421 


341 


"~21 


261 






30 




Decrease 


1 


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110 

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$ 30 

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11 

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38 

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360 

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620| 392 

70 125 

1351 186 


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971 
7819 
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2398 
2127 
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7156 
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698 
3079 
2493 
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45 
12 


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31 
100 
400 
340 
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9307 
971 


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5300 

6831 

400 

500 

S80 


50 
131 

80 
100 
274 
764 
225 

78 

67 
444 

30 
291 

80 


10 
61 


425 


35 


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295 

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16 
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160 

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59 

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698 


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150 






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1451 


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$21176 
10772 


$246 


$376 


$110148 
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$1150!$108993 
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578 


205 


1395 


277 


1343 


10404 






39183 



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682 

2323 

60 

44 

25 

157 

243 

120 

55 

233 

331 

464 

390 

248 

75 

85 

245 

393 

70 

39 

216 

505 

159 

615 

249 

352 

196 


$ 90 
2064 
1060 
2427 



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100 

"1486 

37 

635 

400 

24 


$ 131 

4631 

1500 

80050 

29 

15 

127 

136 

187 

"~~241 

"~"l24 

1100 

1235 

20 


$ 

4418 


$___ 
100 


$ 


$ 1567 
18363 


$ 90 
100 


$ 1487 
18263 


3 


~600 


842 
1626 

180 


11014 


4 
5 


12386 
3 


125 
9 




37121 

606 

245 

252 

665 

4824 

3921 

1787 

3010 

2426 

10028 

5188 

2409 

2234 

1746 

4250 

4144 

528 

339 

1396 

6348 

1280 

6183 

4714 

3379 

1695 

537 

2853 

4167 


60 

""2O6 
260 

89 
255 

"569 

"815 

4 
25 


37121 
606 




20 15 






245 






49 
117 
255 

90 












252 








3 
276 
21 
27 
56 
21 
50 
30 

12 


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74 

220 

40 

5 








665 


6 

8 


— - 


376 

2000 

50 


1069 
512 
284 
12-1 
296 

2957 
450 
470 
448 
413 
798 
500 
37 


n 





4824 
3861 
1787 


9 


1158 

448 
536 
260 
205 


74 

65 

767 

200 

100 

25 






3010 


10 






2426 


11 






9822' 


12 






4928 


13 






2409 


14 






2234 


15 


— - 


265 

56 

411 

113 










1746 


16 
17 
18 


220 

157 

89 

30 

66 

482 

50 

275 

150 

310 

75 


36 

45 
6 


15 
65 


165 

253 




430 

317 

13 


19 

28 





4161 

3889 

528 


19 






889 


20 





128 
607 
150 
1782 
370 
350 
30 






40 

274 

728 
96 
56 


133 

317 

240 

994 

17 

150 

40 

45 

200 








1896 


21 


56 


74 


1727 
220 
111 

1903 
660 
297 






5779 


?:?. 






1280 


23 
24 


78 

40 

7 


20 
30 


35 


-— 


5368 
4714 


25 
26 
27 


4 
6 





3375 

1670 

587 


28 




190 
900 


72 
235 


21 
60 


165 

20 


443 
400 


513 
387 








2853 


29 1 1 


1 


200 


59 





4167 


1 6001135721$ 6576 
1 444|13817| 5397 


$ 1681 
1128 


$ 1886 
2047 


$10791 
8254 


$10931 
5834 


$92422 
12385 


$30280 
23365 


$414 


$___ 


$138205 
120152 


$2469 
. 256 


$146756 
119896 


1 1561 1 11791 553! 1 2537! 5097! 80037! 6915! 414 

!__-_! 245! ! 1 161! 1 ! 1 1-— 


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18053| 2213 26860 



Special for Superannuates. 



90 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



NAMF OF CHARGE 


Presiding 
Elder 


Preacher in 
Charge 


District 
Work 


Annual 

Conference 

Work 


General 
Work 


1 

a 


1 

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1"^ 


1 

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1 
1 
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i 
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1 
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MORRISTOWN 
1 Afton 


$ 117 


S 117IS 817 S 817IS 29 


$ 29 
81 
10 
29 
71 
32 
60 
72' 
61 
83 
201 
42 
41 
49 
199 
40 
50 
72 
36 
47 
60 
40 


$ 102 
260 
16 
101 
292 
126 
235 
292 
242 
344 
763 
148 
155 
190 
735 
242 

• 242 
267 
144 
206 
226 
103 


$ 110 
270 
16 
101 
292 
126 
235 
292 
242 
344 
763 
148 
151 
193 
735 
242 
242 
267 
144 
206 
226 
103 


$ 103 

270 

16 

103 

295 
130 
237 
295 
245 
344 
775 
157 
151 


$ 103 
270 
16 
103 
295 
130 
237 
295 
245 
344 
775 
157 
151 


$____ 


$ 


2 Bull's Gap 

3 Eidson 


200 1 9.03 


1200 

300 

651 

1500 

711 

1200 

1200 

1200 

1500 


1219 

306 

555 

1500 

711 

1200 

1200 

1200 

1500 

2700 

621 

579 

800 

2500 

1110 

1050 


76 
10 
29 
71 
32 
60 
72 
61 
83 

201 
42 
41 
49 

199 
67 
50 
72 
36 
50 
60 




50 
109 
250 
118 
200 
200 
200 
250 


51 
92 
250 
118 
200 
200 
200 
250 






4 Embreeville 


5 




6 Fall Branch 












8 Greenville 






9 Hawkins 






10 Jefferson City 








450 4501 2700 






1£ Johnson City Ct 


104 
78 
134 
416 
185 
150 


104 
96 
134 
416 
189 
150 


621 

472 

800 

2500 

1110 

1050 












14 Limestone 


1931 196 
750 750 












16 Morristown Ct. 


245 
245 
270 
142 
202 
232 
103 


245 
245 
270 
142 
202 
232 
103 












18 Newport 


250j 250 
1001 100 


1500 1500 






19 Parrottsville 


600 
1000 
1200 

600 


600 
1000 
1200 






20 Rogersville | 1661 166 






21 Surgoinsville 178| 178 

22 Tate & Rutledge 100 1 100 






600 40 














Total 


$4005|$4014i$2'4432 


$24468 


1430 


1404 
128 


$5431|$5448 
52021 4724 


$5503]$5506 
5512| 4711 


$ 5 " 


Total last year 


31981 34661 20339| 21359} 146 






Increase 


807| 548| 40931 310911284 


1976 


229 


724 


9 


795 


- 


Decrease 


1 ! 1 


1 
















$-___ 


RADFORD 

1 Athens & E. Prin._ 

2 Aubern 


1 1 
$ 2001$ 200 
200 200 


1 

$ 1200 $ 1250 
12001 1200 


$ 


$___ 


$ 281 
300 
265 
100 
380 
258 
130 
472 
125 
20 
218 
100 
245 
176 
360 
716 
590 
174 
260 
96 

$5256 
5008 


$ 281 
300 
165 
100 
380 
258 
130 
472 
125 
20 
218 
100 
246 
176 
360 
716 
590 
174 
260 
96 

$5167 
4998 


$ 280 
325 
250 
107 
380 
258 
131 
473 
125 


$ 280 
325 
165 
107 
380 
258 
131 
473 
125 


$____ 


3 Bland 


145 125 

1 


870 
400 


770 
400 

1500 
850 
600 

1800 
485 








4 Draper 








5 Dublin 


250| 250 


iKon 


10 


10 




6 Eggleston 


1 13K1 ISHl 8K0 


1 


7 East River | 100 


1001 600 








8 East Radford 1 300 


300 
80 


1800 
485 










9 Floyd 


80 

1 










10 Hylton 










11 Lead Mines | 118 


118 
70 
150 
100 
233 
417 
333 
102 
134 
70 


800 

420 

900 

700 

1400 

2500 

2000 

600 

850 

431 


800 

420 

900 

700 

1400 

2500 

2000 

616 

850 

431 






218 
108 
245 
176 
380 
720 
530 
174 
261 
99 


218 
108 
245 
176 
380 
720 
530 
174 
261 
99 






12 Mercer & Summers i 70 










13 Mechanicsburg | 150 






55 




14 New River | 100 








15 Pearisburg | 233 






1 


16 Princeton 1 417 






252! 


17 Pulaski 


1 333 
1 100 










18 Radford 










19 Staffordsville | 134 










20 Spanishburg | 70 












Total 


$3135 
2443 


$3117 
2721 


$19506 
18236 


$19472 
18465 


$ 10 
118 


$ 10 
120 


$5240|$5155 


<R 807!$ 


Total last year 


5350 5313" 56 1 




1 6921 396 


1270 


1007 






248 


169 






2511 


Decrease 


1 


1 


108 


110 


110 


158 








HOLSTON ANNUAL 



91 



TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



3 




1 


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02 


1 






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2 


3 


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1 

2 


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$ 692 

255 

24 


$ 120 

180 

50 

30 

274 


$ 11 


$ 18 


1 

1 

$ 68'$ 

3521 52 

32 

50l 


$ 452 

386 

30 

2 

510 

150 

268 

383 

354 

156 

2467 

4 


$ 298 

1569 

34 

202 

1018 

334 

824 


$___ 
49 


* 
$___ 
21 


$ 2827 

4917 

569 

1172 

14643 
2168 
3679 
3934 
4000 
6546 

24056 
2401 
1354 
2391 

17844 
3524 
3576 
5163 
1506 
2496 
3514 


$- 

""250 

110 



18 

""201 
60 

""125 


$ 2827 
4917 


3 






569 


4 






3 




1172 


5 


9180 


110 




103 
125 


449 
180 
251 
375 
325 
362 
855 
219 
146 
169 
1000 
291 
347 
336 
134 
120 
253 


591 

~""i69 
140 
212 
300 
518 




14643 


6 




100 


150 
200 
252 


35 


10 


2168 
3679 


8 




334 


. 66l 10 


315 




3684 


9 


1 140i 300 


5 

15 

1037 

10 


8 
81 


713 

1132 

4794 

108 

186 

322 

4334 

1016 

1266 

760 

153 

600 

410 






3890 


10 




1702! 358 

7984 1291 

786 200 






6546 


11 
12 


140 


— - 


24038 
2401 


13 






1354 


14 
15 


nil 


216[ 227 
2064 844 


2 


"""iio 

15 


"~"975 


136 
3917 


49 





2391 

17844 


16 


126 


250 






3323 


17 


226 

225 

66 


"~"225 


"'ii 


15 
17 


3576 


18 
19 


:::: 


784 

80 

125 

600 

50 


309 

40 

36 

240 

140 


33 


15 


5103 
1506 


20 


15 


< 


2496 


21 




100 

138 






3389 


22 


58! 


260 







1567 


1567 




$ 125242!$ 54911$ 1309 

|l5781j 36141 270 


$ 485 
533 


$ 6372.$ 3474 
49771 2800 


$ 9478|$19648i$290 
57991 14047 35 


$ 63 


$113946 
82669 


$ 764 
1300 


$114083 
81369 


1 1 9461J 18771 10391 | 1395 6741 36791 255 

!____! 1 1 1 481 1 1 


63 


31277 


""664 


32714 


1 

2 
3 




$ 345 

280 

3430 


$ 300 

330 

40 

75 

225 


$ 32 
37 


$ 


$ 225 

225 

81 


$ 500 

305 

20 

300 

250 


$ 400 
700 
330 

~~~200 


$ 100 

1652 

200 

22 

200 

35 


$ 5 
62 


$ 

10 


$ 4418 

5726 

5326 

1032 

3975 

2184 

1475 

10281 

1270 

20 

3499 

819 

2545 

1861 

7605 

15281 

12719 

2234 

2317 

896 


$ 100 
100 

IZIZZ 

~ 

~"l35 

"~268 
120 

30 


$ 4318 
5626 
5326 


4 










1032 


5 


:::: 


225 
275 
300 






335 
275 





20 
33 


3975 


6 


100 
50 






2184 


7 








100 

384 

43 


1475 


8 


4357! 

3201 50 


_ 
24 


84 


497 
134 


1045 
6 


830 
55 


""33 


14 
13 


10281 
1135 


10 


_ 1 






20 


11 


— 


25 


175 

75 

75 

75 

243 

2.82n 






485 
50 
34 

134 

455 
1261 

682 
74 

223 
30 






1210 

73 

200 


— - 


25 


3499 


12 










819 


13 




15 
450 
732 
134 






507 
928 
874 
203 
86 


550 

50 

678 

1670 

~"210 
80 






2545 


14 










1861 


15 
16 


89 
562 


51 


2373 

3250 

2356 

415 


101 


44 


7605 
15013 


17 


38711 1363 


120 


"ioo 


12599 


18 




150 

72 
30 


16 




2234 


19 


— - 


350 
140 


2317 


20 












866 


1 










1 










15249 
11824 


$ 6248 
4380 


$ 760 
622 


$ 135 
313 


$ 5200 
3270 


$ 5024 
3381 


$ 5395 
6896 


$12971 
10566 


$321 


$259 


$ 84373 
74107 
10266 


$ 753 
443 
310 




$ 84730 
73664 


!-___ 


34251 1868 138 
1 


178 


19301 1643 

! 


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2405 



321 


259 


11066 



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TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 





Presiding 
Elder 


Preacher in 
Charge 


District 
Work 


Annual 

Conference 

Work 


General 
Work 


I 

O 
1 


1 

o 


NAME OF CHARGE 






















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^% 




V 


'^ 


9 


13 


® 




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w 


C3 


Sa2 


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^ 


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PM 


< 


^ 


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W 



TAZEWELL | 

I 

1 Belfast I 

2 Boissevain | 

3 Burk's Gar. & Taz.| 

4 Carbo | 

5 Castlewood & Dantel 

6 Cedar Bluff | 

7 Clincho | 

8 Cllntwood I 

9 Coaldan 

10 Council 

11 Dickensonville 

12 East Buchanan 

13 Elk Garden 

14 Graham 

15 Graham Circuit 

16 Grundy & K. Creek 

17 Honaker 

18 Lebanon 

19 Maxwell 

20 Pocahontas 

21 Richlands 

22 Rocky Gap 

23 Tazewell 

24 West Buchanan | 

25 West Graham | 

26 Whitewood | 

27 Wilder | 

28 St. Paul I 



82 
160 
192 

451 
240 
138 

37 
192 

56 



I 
$ 961$ 
160| 
192| 

451 
240 
138 

37 
192 

56 



150 154 



1761 176 
2881 288 



1921 
96| 



192 
96 



165 


1951 


240 


240 


132 


132 


240 


240 


176 


176 


192 


192 


320 


320 



500 
1000 
1200 

332 
1500 

862 

227 
1200 

375 
25 

940 

45 

1100 

1800 

1200 

600 
1060 
1500 

828 
1500 
1100 
1200 
2000 
25| 



590 $ 12 
1000 



144 


144 


900 


19 


19 


135 


118 


163 


850 


240 


240 


1500 



1200 

332 

1500 

862 

227 

1200 

375 

25 

966 

45 

1100 

1800 

1200 

600 

12151 

1500 

828 

1500 

1200 

1200 

2000 

25 

900 

135 

1025 

1500 



1 

$ 12 


$ 117 


$ 117 


$ 133 


8 


106 


106 


84 


12 


386 


386 


382 


5 


79 


79 


26 


12 


330 


330 


346 


15 


223 


228 


237 


8 


140 


140 


184 


16 


174 


174 


186 


8 


72 


72 


88 


2 


12 


12 


12 


9 


248 


248 


282 


2 


5 


5 


19 


11 


405 


405 


391 


36 


423 


423 


407 


11 


371 


371 


387 


15 


173 


173 


187 


8 


202 


202 


203 


16 


392 


392 


890 


8 


206 


206 


212 


12 


273 


273 


257 


10 


303 


303 


307 


8 


233 


238 


217 


20 


600 


600 


725 


2 


15 


15 


20 


9 


67 


67 


99 


5 


47 


47 


56 


10 


97 


97 


108 


12 


167 


167 


183 


302 


$5866 


$5866 


$6028 


8 


5263 


5268 


5937 



133 

84 

882 

26 

846 

237 

134 

186 

88 

12 

232 

19 

391 

407 

387 

187 

208 

390 

212 

257 

307 

217 

725 

20 

99 

56 

108 

183 



Total 

Total last year. 



.|$4030l$4123l$25504j$24550 302 
-I 38321 38891 20962i 21006 



83 



Increase 
Decrease 



-I 698| 784| 45421 



85441 294 



2941 

1— -I- 



603 603 91 911 



WYTHEVILLE 



1 Blue Ridge 

2 Cedar Springs 

3 Chilhowie Station _. 

4 Chilhowie Circuit _. 

5 Coveton 

6 Cripple Creek 

7 Elk Creek 

8 Fries 

9 Galax 

10 Grant 

11 Hillsville 

12 Independence 

18 Ivanhoe 

14 Marion 

15 Marion Circuit 

16 Max Meadows 

17 Rural Retreat Sta.__ 

18 Rural Retreat Ct.^_- 

19 Spring Valley 

20 Sugar Grove 

21 Wytheville Station 

22 Wytheville Circuit 



100 
167 
183 
114 

80 
167 
200 
167 
200 
130 

84 
200 
113 
300 
183 
183 
228 
166 
166 

95 
300 
200 



$ 70 
167 
183 
111 

65 
167 
186 
167 
200 
101 

84 
188 
101 
300 
178 
188 
228 
132 
166 

95 
800 
200 



600 
1000 
1200 

800 

500 
1000 
1200 
1000 
1200 

800 

504 
1200 

677 
1800 
1100 
1100 
1871 
1000 
1000 

600 
1800 
1200 



421 
1000 
1200 

779 

389 
1000 
1119 
1000 
1200 

505 

504 
1120 

607 
1800 
1033 
1100 
1450 

792 
1000 

600 
1800 
1200 



25 



25 



$ 119 
344 
226 
243 
71 
294 
366 
180 
299 
214 
160 
385 
179 
541 
357 
191 
249 
249 
317 
159 
539 
352 



61 
344 
226 
243 

71 
294 
366 
180 
299 
122 
160 
200 
179 
541 
357 
191 
249 
179 
317 
156 
539 
352 



122 
846 
224 
242 
90 
296 
365 
170 
301 
216 
143 
337 
181 
539 
360 
201 
251 
251 
318 
161 
541 



49 
846 
224 
242 

90 
296 
365 
170 
301 
122 
145 
200 
181 
589 
360 
201 
251 
179 
167 
154 
541 
858 



Total .__ 

Total last year. 



.|$8726| 
J 8196! 



$3567l$21652j$21619|$136 
31141 19312] 18795] 490 



$136 
272 



$5984 
5681 



$5626l$6008 $5476] 
5563| 5878] 576l| 



Increase _ 
Decrease _ 



.1 530 



458] 2840 2824 



186 



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2 


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____ 
____ 
____ 


$ 537 
300 
96 
167 
121 
400 


$ 60 
125 
125 

81 
115 
200 
300 

25 
100 


$ 


% 


$ 46 
30 


$ 

136 


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397 
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HOLSTON ANNUAL 



95 



CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF MEMBERS, 1920 

Clerical Members in the order of their admission into full connection, 
admission on trial and the year of ordination as Elder are also given. 



The year of 



Name 



Name 



I I 
90 1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1893 
1893 
1893 
'92|1894 
'92 1894 
'93 1895 
'92;i901 
'93!1895 
'901895 
'9l|l895 
•9311895 
'94 1896 
'9311896 
'94jl896 
'9411896 
'9411896 
'94J1896 
'90 1896 
'09 1896 
'94J1896 
'9511897 
'95 1897 
'95 1897 
'95 1897 
'94 1897 
'95!l898 
'96|1898 
'94jl898 
'90 1898 
'96 1898 
'97 1899 
'93 1899] 
'95 1899; 
'98 1900 
'97ll900l 
'981900 
'9811900 
98 1901 
1901 
1901 
1902 
1901 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 



Richard N. Price 

Landon C. Delashmit 

Absalom D. Stewart 

Levi K. Haynes 

Jacob Smith 

J. Tyler Frazier 

John S. W. Neel 

Kennerly C. Atkins 

Daniel H. Carr 

Lemuel L. H. Carlock 

William D. Mitchell 

George D. French 

Thomas R. Handy 

William C. Garden 

John H. Farrott 

William R. Barnett 

Stephen T. M. McPherson. 

William H. Price 

James I. Gash 

Daniel S. Hearon 

Gharles M. James 

William W. Hicks 

James A. Lyons 

John W. Carnes 

Robert A. Owen 

George A. Maiden 

George W. Summers 

Eugene Blake 

John G. Bays ^ 

Richard A. Kelly 

Richard G. Waterhouse 

George W. Jackson 

David McCracken 

John E. Naff 

Lemuel M. Cartright 

Stephen S. Catron 

Henry C. Clemens 

Robert T. McDowell 

Thomas C. Schuler 

Samuel K. Byrd 

John W. Browning 

James A. Burrow 

Elijah F. Kahle 

Frank Alexander 

Robert S. Umberger 

Alfred B. Hunter 

John C. Orr 

Eugene H. Cassidy 

James A. H. Shuler 

William R. Snider 

John B. Simpson 

Joseph C. Maness 

Charles L. Stradley 

Charles W. Kelley 

Alfred H. Towe 

John N. Hobbs 

William S. Neighbors 

Joseph E. Lowry 

Samuel D. Long 

Thomas J. Eskridge 

Isaac P. Martin 

Isaac N. Munsey 

Elbert L. Addington 

Charles R. Brown 

Tyler D. Strader 



1852 

1858 
1860 
1863 
1863 

18671 
1868 
1869 
1869 
1870 
1870, 
18711 
18711 
70118721 
7111873 
71il873| 
72!l874| 
72 1874i 
70|l874 
72 1874 
75|1877 
5 1877 
1877 
18781 
1879r 
1879] 
1879 
1880 
1880 
1880 
78|1880 
78!1880 
8011882 
80 1882 
8111884 
83'l885 
83!l885 
83!l885 
8311885 
84I1886 

84 1886; 
85118871 
85ll887l 
85'1887l 
86!l888j 
86;i888| 
86;1888| 

85 18881 
1888! 
1888 
1889 
1889 
1891 
1889 

8611889 
75,1890 
87ll889 
88:1890 
1891 
1891 
1891 
8811891 
__!l891 
89^1891 
9011892, 



87 



87 



89 



90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96} 

97 

98| 

99 

100] 

101 

102 

103 

1041 

lOSJ 

106| 

1071 

1081 

109 

110 

111 

112 

113 

114 

115 

116 

117 

118 

119 

120 

121 

122 

123 

124 

125 

126 

127 

128, 

129 

130 



William E. Bailey ___ 

Edward W. Mort 

William I. Fogleman 

John M. Romans 

John M. Paxton 

Martin P. Garico 

George M. Moreland _ 

David P. Hurley 

John W. Perry 

J. Stewart French 

Pharaoh L. Cobb 

Joseph A. Baylor 

John D. Dame 

Elbert N. Woodward 

Gharles E. Steele 

Michael J. Wysor 

James E. Spring 

Wheeler M. Morrell _ 

Joel M. Carter 

Sidney B. Vaught ___ 

James W. Repass 

Frank Jackson 

Robert M. Walker___ 

Charles E. Painter 

John B. Ward 

Stephen W. Bourne 

William G. Crockett _ 

William H. Troy 

Gasper A. Garner 

Joseph E. Wolfe 

John A. Early 

William G. Hicks 

John B. Frazier 

Edward A. Shugart__. 

Hugh S. Johnston 

John W. Rader 

John F. Jones 

Caughey A. Beard 

James T. Guy 

Barron W. Lee 

James L. Mullens 

Keener W. Cox 

James R. Brown 

Charles G. Hounshell . 

Rufus K. Triplett 

Hale S. Hamilton 

George W. Simpson _. 

Thomas Priddy 

Edward E. Wiley 

Walter Hodge 

N. Rhea Cartright 

John M. Crowe 

Samuel V. Morell 

Thomas S. Hamilton-. 

James F. Barnett 

John W. Helvey 

J. Rutledge King 

Wiley M. Ellis 

Lyle M. Neel 

Richard C. Camper — 

Elbert H. Cole 

William S. Lyons 

William M. Patty 

James H. Wagner 

Lewis W. Pierce 



1904 
1904 
1904 
■0311905 
03;i905 
03 1905 
02 19051 
03!l905| 
02|1905i 
02 1905i 
02; 19051 
0211905 
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96 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF MEMBERS — Continued. 



Name 



O 



Name 



O 



131 
132 
188 
134 
135 
186 
187 
188 
189 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 



Thomas J. Houts 

Andrew M. Quails 

David F. Wyrick 

Lorenzo D. Yost 

James C. Logan 

Leonard J. Williams 

Walter S. Hendricks 

George S. Wagner 

Sterling A. Neblett 

Sanders S. Boyer (c) 

William B. Belchee 

Joseph B. Ely 

James M. Walker 

Jerome V. Hall 

Hugh B. Brown 

John N. Smith 

Charles W. Dean 

Kemper G. Munsey 

Robert B. Piatt, Jr 

William R. Carbaugh 

John W. Stewart 

Rufus M. Standefer 

Neill M. Watson* 

Newton F. Walker (c) 

James A. Ellison* 

Arthur D. Thorn 

James A. L. Perkins** 

John S. Henley 

Samuel A. McCanless 

Arthur B. Moore 



1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906] 
1906, 
1906: 
1906 

1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1908 
19081 
1908 
1908 



97|1889r 
07!1909P 
07 19091 
0511909i 
'10119091' 



George L. Lambert 

Francis M. Buhrman* 

Charles C. Weaver* 

William N. Wagner* 

William H. Briggs 

George T. Jordan 

Harry S. Hutsell 

William C. Thompson 

Roy E. Early 

Silas A. McGhee (d) 

John L. Scott (b) 

Charles N. Kennedy 

James H. Umberger 

William H. Walker 

Jesse F. Benton 

Harry E. Bradshaw 

George O. Gannaway 

William T. Evans 

Thomas R. Wolfe* 

Washington D. Farmer (b). 

Frank R. Snavely (e) 

Samuel D. Lambert 

Samuel L. Browning 

William E. Browning 

Chapman K. Wingo 

Charles R. Jones 

Ernest M. Ritchey 

French Wampler 

Charles T. Gray (e) 

Herbert B. Vaught* 

Charles G. McKay (a) 



05 



'96 



1909 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1913 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1913 
1911 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
208 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
280 
231 
232 
233 
284 
235 
236 
237 
238 
289 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 



Graydon K. Patty 

Rufus G. Reynolds 

Luther S. Reynolds 

Enoch L. McConnell 

Bascom Waters 

Hugh E. Kelso 

Marion Quessenberry 

Samuel C. Beard 

William L. Dykes 

James H. Watkins 

Allen J. Thomas 

Onnie C. Wright 

Joseph A. Henderson 

Jesse W. Morris 

James H. Lotspeich 

Richard W. Watts 

Robert H. Ballard 

Robert N. Havens 

Emanuel H. Yankee (e) 

James M. Wysor 

John G. Helvey 

Robert E. Greer 

Bradley T. Sells 

Lorenzo D. Mayberry 

Lee M. Burriss 

Sumpter H. Austin 

Marion A. Stevenson 

J. Nelson Jones* 

Edgar R. Lewis 

James A. Bays 

George W. Fox 

Paul P. Martin 

Carl H. Wright 

Robert L. Evans 

Frank K. Suddath 

Zenas B. Randall* 

W. B. Mitchell* 

Josephus Henby (b1 

John C. Patty (b) 

Alexander S. Ulm (e) 

John W. Malone* 

Clyde E. Lundy 

Elbert D. Worley 

Elmer W. Dean 

Walter P. Eastwood 

William H. Harrison 

Samuel V. Gibson 

Arthur F. Phenix 

Walter C. Harris* 

Louis E. Hoppe (e) 

William M. Bunts* 

Jacob L. Griffitts* 

David B. Wright 

Patrick P. Tabor 

Henry A. Carlton 

Floyd B. Shelton 

Henry L. Dean 

George E. Erwin 

Roy T. Houts 

Orman T. Headley (g) 

Fred B. Cox* 



1918 
1913 
1913 
1918 
1918 
1913 
1913 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 



1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 



1917 
1917 
1917 
1917 
1917 
1917 
1917 



1918 
1918 
1918 
1918 
1918 
1919 



1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 



18 



20 



20 



* Transfer. 
** Readmitted. 

(a) From the Congregational Church. 

(b) From the M. E. Church. 

(c) From Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 



(d) From the United Brethren Church. 

(e) From the Baptist Church. 

(f ) From the Lutheran Church, 
(g') From the Christian Church. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



97 



CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1920-1921. 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


1 Addington, E. L.* 


Radford, Va. 


Conference Evangelist 


2 Alexander, F.* 


Bristol, "Va. 


Superannuate 
Superannuate 


3 Atkins, K. C* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


4 Austin. S. H.* 


Maybeury, W. Va 


Maybeury 


5 Bailey, W. E.* 


Rural Retreat, Va, 


Rural Retreat Circuit 


6 Ballard, R. H.* 


Eckman, W. Va 


Eckman 


7 Barnett. J. F.* 


Pikeville, Tenn. 


Pikeville 


8 Barnett, W. R.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


9 Baylor, J. A.* 


Louisville, Ky. 


Archi't'l Sec. Gh. Ex. 


10 Bays, J. A.* 


St. Elmo, Tenn. 


St. Elmo. 


11 Bays, J. C* 


St. Elmo, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


12 Beard, C. A 


Athens, Tenn. 


Supernumerary. 


13 Beard, S. C 


Emory, Va. 


Principal Fitting School 


14 Belchee, W. B 


East Radford, Va. 


East Radford 


15 Benton, J. F.* 


Norton, Va. 


Norton 


16 Blake, Eugene* 


Athens, Tenn. 


Athens 


17 Bourne, S. W.* 


Fries. Va. 


Fries 


18 Boyer, S. S.* 


Lenoir City, Tenn. 


Sunday School Field Sec. 


19 Bradshaw, H. E.* 


Nickelsville, Va. 


Nickelsville 


20 Briggs, W. H. 


Wise, Va. 


Wise 


21 Brown, C. R.* 


Tazewell, Va. 


Supernumerary 


22 Brown, H. B.* 


Graham, Va. 


Graham 


23 Brown, J. R.* 


Abingdon, Va. 


Abingdon 


24 Browning, J. W.* 


Glade Spring, Va. 


Glade Spring & Meadow View 


25 Browning, S. L.* 


Blountvlle, Tenn. 


Blountville 


26 Browning, W. E 


Church Hill, Tenn. 


Hawkins 


27 Buhrman, F. M.* 


Wallace, Va. 


Bristol Circuit 


28 Bunts, W. M.* 


Saltville, Va. 


Saltville 


29 Burriss, L. M.* — 


Broad Ford, Va. 


Rich Valley 


30 Burrow, J. A.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Editor Midland Methodist 


31 Byrd, S. K.* 


Powell's Station, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


32 Camper, R. C* 


North Chattanooga, Tenn. __ 


North Chattanooga 


33 Carbaugh, W. R.* 


Maxwell, Va. 


Maxwell 


34 Garden, W. C* 


'Alton Park, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


35 Carico, M. P 


Bluefield, W. Va. 


Bluefield District 


36 Carlock, L. L. H 


Bristol, Va. 


Superannuate 


37 Carlton, H. A.* 


Davy, W. Va. 


Davy & Twin Branch 


38 earner, G. A.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn., R. F. D. 


Superannuate 


39 Games, J. W.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


40 Carr, D. H.* 


Bluefield, W. Va. 


Superannuate 


41 Carter, J. M.* 


Bristol, Va. 


Conf. Missionary Secretary 


42 Cartright. L. M.* 


Dayton, Tenn. 


Dayton 


43 Cartright, N. R.* 


East Chattanooga, Tenn. ___ 


King Memorial 


44 Gash. J. I.* 


Spring City, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


45 Gassidy, E. H.* 


Morristown, Tenn. 


Morristown District 


46 Catron, S. S.* 


St. Elmo, Tenn. 

Johnson City, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


47 Clemens, H. G 


Superannuate 


48 Cobb, P. L.* 


Nashville, Tenn. 


Sec. Spiritual Resources 


49 Cole, E. H.* 


Richlands, Va. 


Richlands 


50 Cox, F. B 


Sevierville, Tenn. 


Sevierville 


51 Cox, K. W.* 


Rockwood, Tenn. 


Rockwopd 


52 Crockett. W. C* 


Eggleston, Va. 


Eggleston 


53 Crowe, J. M.* 


Wytheville Va 


Wytheville 


54 Dame, J. D.* 


Bane, Va. 


Staffordsville 


55 Dean, C. W.* 


Big Stone Gap, Va. 


Big Stone Gap 


56 Dean, E. W.* 


Wilco, W. Va. 


Wilco & Thorpe 


57 Dean, H. L.* _ 


McDowell, W. Va. 


McDowell & Grumpier 


58 Delashmit, L. G 


Portland, Oregon 


Superannuate 


59 Dykes, W. L.* 




Dodson Avenue 


60 Early, J. A.* 


Pocahontas, Va. _ 


Pocahontas 


61 Early, R. E.* 


Etowah, Tenn. 


Etowah 


62 Eastwood, W. P.* 


Rural Retreat, Va. 


Rural Retreat Station 


63 Ellis, W. M.* 


Riner, Va. 


Aubern 


64 Ellison, J. A.* 


Damascus, Va. 

Greeneville, Tenn. 

Louisville, Tenn. 


Damascus 


65 Ely, J. B * 


Greeneville 


66 Erwin, G. E.* 


Louisville 


67 Eskridge, T. J.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Highland Park 


68 Evans, R. L.* 


Bristol, Tenn. 


Virginia Avenue 


69 Evans, W. T.* 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Kingsport Circuit 



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Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


70 Farmer, W. D.* 


Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 


Cumberland Gap 


71 Fogleman, W. L* 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


72 Fox, G. W.* 


V/hite Pine, Tenn. 


White Pine 


73 Frazier, J. B.* 


Washington, D. C. 


United States Navy 


74 Frazier, J. T 


Chilhowie, Va. 


Superannuate 


75 French, G. D.* 


Morristown, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


76 French, J. S.* 


Emory, Va. 


Pres. E. &H. and M.W. Cols. 


77 Gannaway, G. 


Dayton, Tenn. 


Supernumerary 


78 Gibson, S. V.* 


Roderfield, W. Va. 


Roderfield & laeger 


79 Gray, C. T 


La Follette, Tenn. 


Caryville & Fincastle 


80 Greer, R. E.* 


Kimball, W. Va. 


Kimball 


81 Guy, J. T.* 


Lebanon, Va. 


Lebanon 


82 Griffitts, J. L 


Rossville, Ga. 


Rossville 


83 Hall, J. v.* 


Wytheville, Va. 


Wytheville Circuit 


84 Hamilton, H. S 


Jonesboro, Tenn. 


Jonesboro 


85 Hamilton, T. S.* 


Bluefield, W. Va. 


Bland Street 


86 Handy, T. R.* 


Montgomery, Ala., R. F. D.__ 


Supernumerary 


87 Harris, W. C.* 


Jonesville, Va. 


Jonesville 


88 Harrison, W. H. 


Mosheim, Tenn. _ _ 


Mosheim 


89 Havens, R. N.* 


Bram.well, W. Va. "_ 


Bramwell 


90 Haynes, L. K. 






91 Headley, O. T 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Brookside & Clyde Avenue 


92 Hearon, D. S.* _ 


Bristol, Va. _ 




93 Helvey, J. G.* 


North Fork, W. Va 


North Fork 


94 Helvey, J. W.* 


Emory, Va. 


Superannuate 


95 Henby, J. 


Clintwood, Va _ 




96 Henderson, J. A.* 


Rising Fawn, Ga. 


Rising Fawn & Trenton 


97 Hendricks, W. S 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Magnolia Avenue 


98 Henley, J. S.* 


Rutledge, Tenn. _ 


Tate & Rutledge 


99 Hicks, W. C 


Morristown, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


100 Hicks, W. W.* 


Norfolk, Va., W'oke Apt.___ 


Superannuate 


101 Hobbs, J. N 


Morristown, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


102 Hodge, Walter* 


Graham, Va. 




103 Hoppe, L. E 


Coalwood, W. Va. 


Coalwood 


104 Hounshell, C. G.* 


Nashville, Tenn. 


Educational Mis. Sec. 


105 Houts, R. T.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn.. R. F. D. 


Prof, in Hiwassee College 


106 Houts, T. J.* 


Gate City, Va. 


Gate City Circuit 


107 Hunter, A. B.* 






108 Hurley, D. P.* 


Wytheville, Va. 


Wytheville District 


109 Hutsell, H. S.* 


Montcalm, W. Va 


Montcalm 


110 Jackson, G. W. 


Lenoir City, Tenn. 


Supernumei'ary 


Ill Jackson, F. Y.*_ 


Sv/eetwater, Tenn. 


Sweet watei" 


112 James, C. M. 


Mt. Vernon, Tenn. 


Superannuate 
Bluff City 


113 Johnston, H. S. 


Bluff City, Tenn. 


114 Jones, C. R.* 


East Lake, Tenn. 


East Lake 


115 Jones, J. F.* 


Dublin, Va. 


Dublin 


116 Jones, J. N.* 


Strawberry Plains, Tenn. 


Strawberry Plains 


117 Jordan, G. T.* 


Cripple Creek, Va. 


Cripple Creek 


118 Kahle, E. F.* 


Abingdon, Va. 


Sec. Chil. Home. Soc. 


119 Kelley, C. W.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Y. M. C. A. Secretary 


120 Kelly, R. A.* 


Fountain City, Tenn. 


Fountain City 


121 Kelso, H. E.* 


Tazewell, Va. 


Tazewell District 


122 Kennedy, C. N.* 


Madisonville, Tenn. 


Madisonville 


123 King, J. R.* 


Pearisburg, Va. 


Pearisburg 


124 Lambert, G. L.* 


Tazewell, Va. 


Tazewell 


125 Lambert, S. D.* 


Surgoinsville, Tenn. 


Surgoinsville 


126 Lee, B. W. 


Knoxville, Tenn. 

Whiteside, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


127 Lewis, E. R.* 


Etna Circuit 


128 Logan, J. C.* 




129 Long, S. D.* 


Abingdon, Va. 


V. P. E. & H. & M. W. Cols. 


130 Lotspeich, J. H.* 


Mountain City, Tenn. 


Mountain City 


131 Lowry, J. E.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn., R. F. D. 


Pres. Hiwassee College 


132 Lyons, J. A.* 


Glade Spring Va 


Superannuate 


133 Lyons, W. S.* 


Elk Creek, Va. -__ 

Student Emory University 


Elk Creek 


134 Lundy, C. E. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


135 Maiden, G. A.* 


Abingdon, Va. 


Superannuate 


136 Malone, J. W. 


Cleveland, Tenn. 

Decatur, Ga. 


Pres. Centenary College 


137 Maness, J. C. 


Superannuate 


138 Martin, L P.* 


Abingdon, Va. 


Sec. Educational Movement 



Member of Brotherhood. 



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Name 



139 Martin, P. P.* 

140 Mayberry, L. D.*__. 

141 McCanless, S. A 

142 McConnell, E. L.*_. 

143 McCracken, D.* 

144 McDowell, R. T.*__. 

145 McGhee, S. A.* 

146 McKay, C. G 

147 McPherson, S. T. M 

148 Mitchell, W. B 

150 Mitchell, W. D.* 

150 Moore, A. B.* 

151 Moreland, G. M.*— 

152 Morell, S. V.* 

153 Morrell, W. M.* 

154 Morriss, J. W.* 

155 Mort, E. W.* 

156 Mullens, J. L.* 

157 Munsey, I. N.* 

158 Munsey, K. G.* 

159 Naff, J. E.* 

160 Neblett, S. A 

161 Neel, J. S. W.* 

162 Neel, L. M.* 

163 Neighbors, W. S.*— 

164 Orr, J. C* 

165 Owen, R. A.* 

166 Painter, C. E.* 

167 Pangle, C. A.* 

168 Parrott, J. H.* 

169 Patty, G. K.* 

170 Patty, J. C 

171 Patty, W. M.* 

172 Paxton, J. M.* 

173 Perkins, J. A. L.*__ 

174 Perry, J. W.* 

175 Phenix, A. F.* 

176 Pierce, L. W.* 

177 Piatt, R. B., Jr.*_-_ 

178 Price, R. N.* 

179 Price, W. H.* 

180 Priddy, Thos.* 

181 Quails, A. M.* 

182 Quessenberry, M.* 

183 Rader, J. W.* 

184 Randall, Z. B.* 

185 Repass, J. W.* 

186 Reynolds, L. S.* 

187 Reynolds, R. G.* 

188 Ritchey, E. M 

189 Romans, J. M 

190 Schuler, T. C.* 

191 Scott, J. L 

192 Sells, B. T.* 

193 Shelton, F. B.* 

194 Shugart, E. A.* 

195 Shuler, J. A. H.*___ 

196 Simpson, G. W 

197 Simpson, J. B.* 

198 Smith, Jacob 

199 Smith, J. N.* 

200 Snavely, F. R.* 

201 Snider, W. R.* 

202 Spring, J. E 

203 Standefer, R. M.*___ 

204 Steele, C. E.* 

205 Stewart, A. D 

206 Stewart, J. W.* 

207 Stevenson, M. A.*__ 



Post Office 



Jefferson City, Tenn. 

Max Meadows, Va 

Tazewell, Tenn. 

Roda, Va. 

Clinton, Tenn. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Bull's Gap, Tenn. 

Powell's Station, Tenn. 

Elizabethton, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Radford, Va. __: 

Athens, W. Va. 

Lenoir City, Tenn. 

Hillsville, Va. 

Bluefield, W. Va. 

Bland, Va. 

Abingdon, Va. 

La Follette, Tenn., R. F. D 

Ceres, Va. 

Gardner, Va. 

Galax, Va. 

Matanzas, Cuba 

Johnson City, Tenn. 

Bloomingdale, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Cedar Bluff, Va. 

Tom's Creek, Va. 

Hixson, Tenn. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

Harriman, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

.Castlewood, Va. 

Dot, Va. 

Fountain City, Tenn. 

Jasper, Tenn. 

Welch, W. Va. 

Johnson City, Tenn. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

Bristol, Va. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Dickensonville, Va. 

Foster Falls, Va. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Gary, W. Va 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Newport, Tenn. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Philadelphia, Tenn. 

Marion, Va. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Wilder, Va. 

Bluefield, W. Va. 

Stonega, Va. 

Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Jonesboro, Tenn. 

Radford, Va. 

Wytheville, Va. 

Peakland, Tenn. 

Bluefield, W. Va. 

E. Chattanooga. Tenn., R.F.D. 

Independence, Va. 

Pulaski, Va. 

Elway, Va. 

South Pittsburg, Tenn 

Jonesville, Va. 

Coeburn, Va. 



Appointment 



Jefferson City 

Max Meadows 

Tazewell 

Roda 

Superannuate 

South Bristol 

Bull's Gap 

Knoxville Circuit 

Elizabethton 

Prof, in E. H. & M. W. Col. 

Superannuate 

Athens and E. Princeton 

Lenoir City 

Hillsville 

Grace Church 

Bland 

Abingdon Circuit 

Jacksboro & Wynne 

Ceres 

Spanishbui'g 

Galax 

Missionary 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Centenary 

Prof, in E. & H. College 

Cedar Bluff 

Tom's Creek 

Hixson 

Superannuate 

Harriman 

Trinity 

Epworth 

Castlewood and Dante 

Superannuate 

Knoxville District 

Jasper & Whitwell 

Welch 

Munsey Memorial 

Holston Historian 

Superannuate 

Kingsport 

Dickensonville 

Lead Ore Mines 

Chattanooga District 

Gary 

Superannuate 

Newport 

Cleveland 

Philadelphia 

Superannuate 

Abingdon District 

Wilder 

Third Charge 

Stonega 

Big Stone Gap District 

Anderson Street 

Supernumerai-y 

Radford 

Superannuate 

Peakland 

Bluefield Circuit 

Ooltewah 

Independence 

Pulaski 

Elk Garden 

Superannuate 

Powell's Valley 

Coeburn 



* Member of Brotherhood. 



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CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1920-1921— (Continued) 


Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


208 Strader, T. D 


Grant, Va. 


Grant 


209 Stradley, C. L.* 


Appalachia, Va. 


Appalachia 


210 Suddath, F. K.* 


Damascus, Va. 


Prin. High School 


211 Summers, G. W 


Chilhowie, Va. 


Superannuate 


212 Tabor, P. P.* 


Rogersville, Tenn. 


Rogersville 


213 Thomas, A. J 


Decatur, Tenn, 


Decatur Circuit 


214 Thompson, W. C* 


Bristol, Va. 1 


Mary Street Church 


215 Thorn, A. S 


Marion, Va. 


Marion Station 


216 Towe, A. H 


Spring Valky, Va. 


Spring Valley 


217 Triplett, R. K.*_ 


Chattanooga, . Tenn. 


Whiteside Street 


218 Troy, W. H.* 


Graham, Va. 


West Graham 


219 Ulm, A. S.* 


Tazewell, Va. _' - 


Burke's G. & Tazewell 


220 Umberger, J. H.* 


Cedar Springs, Va. 


Cedar Springs 


221 Umberger, R. S.* 

222 Vaught, H. B.* 


Athens W Va - 


Superannuate 
Clinton 


Clinton, Tenn. 


223 Vaught, S. B.* 


Princeton, W. Va. 


Princeton 


224 Wagner, G. S.* 


Bristol, Va. 


Superannuate 


225 Wagner, J. H.* 


Gate City, Va. 


Gate City 


226 Wagner, W. N.* 


Chilhowie, Va. _ 


Chilhowie 


227 Walker, J. M.* 


Charleston, Tenn., R. F. D.__ 


Benton Circuit 


228 Walker, N. F.* 


Limestone, Tenn. 


Limestone 


229 Walker, R. M 


Pennington Gap, Va. 


Pennington Gap 


230 Walker, W. H.* 


Honaker, Va. 


Honaker 


231 Wampler, F.* 


Maryville, Tenn. 


Maryville 


232 Ward, J. B.* 


Radford, Va. 


Radford District 


233 Waterhouse, R. G.* 


Emory, Va. 


Retired Bishop 


234 Waters, B 


Clinton, Tenn. 


Conference Evangelist 


235 Watkins, J. H.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Virginia Avenue 


236 Watson, N. M.* 


Bristol, Tenn 


State Street Church 


237 Watts, R. W.* 


Matoaka, W. Va 


Matoaka 


238 Weaver, C. C 


Emory, Va.t 


Pres. E. & H. & M. W. Col. 


239 Wiley, E. E.* 


Morristown, Tenn. 


Morristown 


240 Williams, L. J.* 


East Lake, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


241 Wingo, C. K.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Broad Street 


242 Wolfe, J. E.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn. 


Cleveland District 


243 Wolfe, T. R. 


La Follette, Tenn. _ 


La Follette 


244 Woodward, E. N.* _ 


Ridgedale, Tenn. _ 




245 Worley, E. D. 


Erwin, Tenn. 


Erwin 


246 Wright. C. H. 


Marion, Va. 


Marion Circuit 


247 Wright, D. B.* _ _ 


Welch, W. Va. _ 


East Welch 


248 Wright, O. C* 






249 Wyrick, D. F.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Lincoln Park 


250 Wysor, J. M.* 


Berwind, W. Va. 


Berwind 


251 Wysor, M. J.* _ _ 


Greeneville, Tenn. 


Superintendent Orphanage 


252 Yankee, E H. 


Knoxville Tenn 


Centenary 


253 Yost, L. D.* 


Jenkin Jones, W. Va. 


Jenkin Jones & Pageton 



t Since Conference sent to Monroe, N. C. 



PREACHERS ON TRIAL 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


1 Booth, J. T.* 


Loudon, Tenn. 


Loudon 


2 Brooks, Y. W.* 


Dungannon, Va. 


Dungannon 


3 Carter, H. S._ 


Evanston, Ind. 


Garrett Biblical Institute 


4 Dyer, H. S 


Abingdon, Va. 


Chaplain in U. S. Navy 


5 Eastwood, C. G 


South Pittsburg, Tenn. 


South Pittsburg 


6 Farmer, R. G.* 


Ducktown, Tenn. 


Ducktown 


7 Giesler, N. H 


Fall Branch, Tenn. 


Fall Branch 


8 Gordon, F. 


Cooper, W. Va. 


Cooper & Bluestone 


9 Hanna. W. I 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Johnson City Circuit 


10 Horner, P. H.* 


Spring City, Tenn. 


Spring City 


11 Houston, H. M 


Abingdon, Va. 


Prof, in M. W. College 


12 Jessee, E. C 


St. Paul, Va 


St. Paul 


13 Larrowe, W. D 


Wytheville, Va. 


Coveton 


14 Logan, O. H 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Student Emory University 



Member of Brotherhood. 



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101 



PREACHERS ON TRIAL (Continued) 


Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


15 Mathes, A. H.* 


Evensville, Tenn. 


Evensville 


16 McCormick, W. A 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Washington Pike 


17 Orr, T. N.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn., R. F. D. 


Student Hiwassee College 


18 Peck, W. B 


Maryville, Tenn. 


Alcoa 


19 Staley, J. B.* 


Keystone, W. Va. 


Keystone 


20 Tate, W. L 


Riceville, Tenn. 


Riceville 


21 Thomas, C. L 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Emerald Avenue 


22 White, W. A 


Harriman, Tenn. 


Harriman Circuit 


23 Williams, C. H.* 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Student Emory University 


24 Wright, R. L.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn., R. F. D. 


Student Hiwassee College 



SUPPLIES 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


1 Baker, W. N 


Mechanicsburg, Va. 


Mechanicsburg 


2 Belcher, J. R 


Glen Alum, W. Va. 


Glen Alum & War Eagle 


3 Bellamy, T. M 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Macedonia 


4 Blankenbeckler, E. Z.*— 


Afton, Tenn. 


Afton 


5 Boyd HP 


Carbo Va 


Carbo 


6 Bratton, S. E 


Big Stone Gap, Va 


Big Stone Gap Circuit 


7 Buchanan, Arch 


Andersonville, Tenn. 


Andersonville 


8 Cannon, W. J 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Lookout 


9 Carr, G. F 


Corryton, Tenn. 


Corryton 


10 Cox, C. L 


Coal Creek, Tenn 


Coal Creek 


11 Carter, W. F 


Etowah, Tenn. 


Athens Circuit 


12 Chisenhall, S. W 


Grant, Va. 


Junior Supply 


13 Cline, C. R. 


Embreeville, Tenn. 

Boissevain, Va. _ — 




14 Cowan, J. O. 


Boissevain 


15 Dailey, A. N.J 


Sequatchie, Tenn. 


Sequatchie 


16 Dailey, W. F 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Wisdom Memorial 


17 Dunn, S. A 


Clinchport, Va. 


Clinchport 


18 Fogleman, J. E. 






19 Fry, E. G. 


Galax, Va. 


Blue Ridge 


20 Fry, S. 


Chilhowie, Va. 


Chilhowie Circuit 


21 Graham, J. E. _ 


Grundy, Va. 


Grundy and Knox Creek 


22 Graham, J. N.* 


Belfast, Va. 


Belfast 


23 Graybeal, D. M 


Benham, Va. 


Benham 


24 Groover, D. H 


Fountain City, Tenn. 


Robertsville 


25 Henderson, G. B 


Vonore, Tenn. 


Oakland and Vonore 


26 Hockenberry, S. L 


Ewing, Va. 


Ewing 


27 Holdway, H. G 


Charleston, Tenn. 


Charleston 


28 Householder, 0. E 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Mascot 


29 Jennings, S. M 


Jonesville, Va. 


Coeburn Circuit 


30 Jones, S. L. _ _ 


Knoxville, Tenn. _ 


Junior Supply 


31 Lemming, W. H 


Tazewell, Tenn. 


Tazewell 


32 Leftwich, M. 


Hillsville, Va. 


Junior Supply 


33 Lester, G.__ 


Coaldan, Va. 


Coaldan 


34 Mayberry, Z. F 


Lerona, W. Va. 


Mercer and Summons 


35 Miller, W. R 


Raven, Va. 


Raven 


36 Murrell, H. A 


Draper, Va. 


Draper 


37 Murphy, J. P.* 


Welch, W. Va. 


West Welch 


38 Norwood W L 


Sneedville Tenn 


Sneedville 


39 Park, R. L 


Mt. Vernon, Tenn. 


Mt. Vernon 


40 Roberts. W. A.__ 


Knoxville, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn. 


Marble Hill 


41 Roby, W. T 




42 Simpkins, W. H 


War, W. Va. 


War 


43 Spitzer, J. D 


Rocky Gap, Va. 


Rocky Gap 


44 Street, C. W 


Council, Va. 


Council 


45 Wall, Z. A 


Oakvale, W. Va. 


East River 


46 Walker, W. R 


Cleveland, Tenn. 


South Cleveland 


47 Wampler, R. J 


West Buchanan, Va. 


West Buchanan 


48 Warner, W. A 


New River Depot, Va. 


New River 


49 Williams, C. W 


Parrottsville, Tenn. 


Parrottsville 


50 Wilson, W. T. 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Methodist Hill 


51 Wise, B. C 


Panther, W. Va. 


Panther & English 


52 Wyatt. F. B 


Litton, Tenn. 


Melvin 



* Member of Brotherhood. 



BOARDS AND COMMITTEES 



Admission — E. Blake, C. E. Steele, T. C. Schuler. 
Trial Committee for Admission — S. D. Long, W. M. Patty, J. E. 
Lowry. 

First Year — J. E. Naff, A. B. Moore, J. M. Paxton. 
Second Year — Walter Hodge, J. A. Ellison, F. M. Buhrman. 
Third Year — E. N. Woodward, J. B. Ely, W. H. Briggs. 
Fourth Year — G. W. Summers, J. M. Crowe, T. R. Wolfe. 



Bible Board. 



Bailey, J. Will, Kimball, W. Va. 
Bennett, J. M., Cleveland, Tenn. 
Bourne, Rev. S. W. 
Cartright, Rev. N. R. 
Cash, Rev. J. I., Treasurer. 
French, Rev. G. D. 



Lyons, Rev. W. S., President. 
McCanless, Rev. S. A. 
Morriss, Rev. J. W. 
Spring, Rev. J. E., Secretary. 
Taylor, H. N. 



Board of Church Extension. 



Barnett, J. H., East Radford, Va. 
Bates, Creed F., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Brown, Rev. H. B., Secretary. 
Davis, T. H., Richlands, Va. 
Foltz, G. T., Wytheville, Va. 
Gray, Rev. C. T. 
Havens, Rev. R. N. 
Hall, Rev. J. V. 

Hawk, H. D., Blountville, Tenn. 
Kahle, Rev. E. F., Treasurer. 
Logan, Rev. J. C. 



Lowery, G. B., Etowah, Tenn. 
Quillian, C. M., Gate City, Va. 
Randall, Rev. Z. B. 
Reynolds, Rev. R. G. 
Richardson, H. W., Vice-President, 

LaFollette, Tenn. 
Schuler, Rev. T. C.,Conf . Sec. 
Thompson, Rev. W. C, President. 
Tutwiler, H. L., Roderfield, W. Va. 
White, S. B., Johnson City, Tenn. 



Board of Education. 



Allen, W. B., Dayton, Tenn. 

Bernard, S. M., Bluefield, W. Va. 

Blake, Rev. Eugene 

Brown, Rev. J. R. 

Gates, E. W., Maryville, Tenn. 

Davidson, W. L., Jonesville, Va. 

Eskridge, Rev. T. J., President. 

Finney, E. S., Lebanon, Va. 

Fitzpatrick, F. B., East Radford, Va. 

French, Rev. J. S. 

Jordan, R. L., East Radford, Va. 



Long, Rev. S. D. 
Lowry, Rev. J. E. 
Malone, Rev. J. W. 
Mellen, G. jF., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Mullens, Rev. J. L., Treasurer 
Orr, Rev. J. C, Vice-President. 
Saunders, F. L., Chilhowie, Va. 
Standef er, Rev. R. M. 
Vaught, Rev. S. B., Secretary. 
Watson, Rev. N. M. 
Weaver, Rev. G C. 



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Board of Epworth Leagues. 



Akers, Samuel, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Barnett, Cuen, East Radford, Va. 

Bunts, Rev. W. M. 

Eastwood, Rev. W. P., Sec.-Tr. 

Cox, Rev. C. L. 

Lotspeich, Rev. J. H., Vice-Pres. 

Morrell, Wm. W., Bluefield, W. Va. 

Myers, M. E., Cedar Springs, Va. 

Neal, Walter, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Painter, McTeer. 

Patty, Rev. G. K. 



Peck, Rev. W. B. 

Potts, H. F., Pres., Abingdon, Va. 

Quessenberry, Rev. M. 

Quillian, Roscoe. 

Reynolds, Rev. L. S. 

Robinson, J. W. 

Stradley, John, Appalachia, Va. 

Suit, J. K., Pocahontas, Va. 

Theilman, Gunner, Johnson City. 

Vaught, Rev. H. B., President. 

Worley, Rev. E. D. 



Board of Finance. 



Addington, Rev. E. L., President. 

Austin, Rev. S. H. 

Cantrell, J. M., Rising Fawn, Ga. 

Chafin, J. H. 

Crockett, C. G. 

Dame, Rev. J. D. 

Dean, Rev. C. W. 

Handy, Rev. T. R. 

Hamilton, Rev. T. S., Treasurer. 

Hardin, 0. J. 

Hull, W. M., Marion, Va. 



Hunter, Rev. A. B., Secretary. 

Huntsman, J. N., Bristol, Tenn. 

Hurt, E. S. 

Kelly, Rufus, Henry's Roads, Tenn. 

King, Rev. J.'R. 

Miles, Dr. H. M., Wise, Va. 

Patty, Rev. J. C. 

Wagner, Rev. J. H. 

Walker, Rev. R. M. 

Wilkinson, J. J., Morristown, Tenn. 



Board of Missions. 



Allison, Fred, Emory, Va. 

Austin, Rev. S. H. 

Brock, W. E,, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Carter, Rev. J. M., Conf . Sec. of Mis. 

Counts, C. Q., Coeburn, Va. 

Delp, Dr. Guy, Rural Retreat, Va. 

Hall, T. R. 

Hardin, Dr. J. A., Sweetwater, Tenn, 

Harle, Baldwin, White Pine, Tenn. 

Hendricks, Rev. W. S., Vice-Pres. 



Kelso, Rev, H. E., Secretary. 
Kincaid, C. S. 
Morrell, Rev. W. M. 
Peery, Geo. C. 
Piatt, Rev. R. B., Jr. 
Stevenson, Rev. M. A., Asst. Sec. 
Strader, Geo. S., Bluefield, W. Va. 
Triplett, Rev. R. K. 
Wampler, Rev. French. 
Wingo, Rev, C. K., President. 



Board of Sunday Schools. 



Ash worth, Sam, Graham, Va. 
Bailey, C. C, Davy, W. Va. 
Barnett, Rev. J. F. 
Boyer, Rev. S. S. 
Brown, Rev. C. R. 
Brown, L. N., Pikeville, Tenn. 
Browning, Rev. S. L., Treas. 
Carter, F. A,, Sweetwater, Tenn. 
Davidson, W. L., Jonesville, Va. 
Delp, Dr. Guy, Rural Retreat, Va. 
Ellis, Rev. W. M. 



Hamilton, E. C, Abingdon, Va. 

Hodge, Rev. Walter, Sec. 

Houts, Rev. T. J. 

Johnston, J. F., Wytheville, Va. 

Lee, Rev. B. W. 

Murphy, W. S., Sevierville, Tenn, 

Palmer, W. B., Childress, Va. 

Pless, D. A., Morristown, Tenn. 

Pierce, Rev. L. W., President, 

Slack, E. M., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Walker, Rev. W. H. 



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Conference Centenary Commission. 

Avent, Prof. J. E., Radford, Va. Kelso, Rev. H. E. 

Brock, W. E., Chattanooga, Tenn. Lotspeich, E. S., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Cobb, Mrs. P. L., Nashville, Tenn. Pennington, R. L., Bristol, Va. 

Cobb, Rev. P. L. Shugart, Rev. E. A. 

Hendricks, Rev. W. S. 

Conference Commission on Educational Movement. 

Brock, W. E., Chattanooga, Tenn. Hassinger, L. C, Konnarock, Va. 

Carter, Rev. J. M., Bristol, Va. Stuart, H. C, Elk Garden, Va. 

French, Rev. J. S., Emory, Va. Watson, Rev. N. M., Bristol, Tenn. 

Hardwick, G. L., Cleveland, Tenn. 

Commission on Finance. 

Baylor, Rev. J. A. Hardwick, G. L., Cleveland, Tenn. 

Benton, Rev. J. F. Crockett, G. C. 

Cassidy, Rev. E. H. Rosenblatt, F. A., Greeneville, Tenn. 

Durham, R. L. Wiley, Rev. E. E. 

Hardin, J. L., Emory, Va. Wolfe, Rev. T. R. 

Conference Relations. 

Browning, Rev. J. W. Jordan, Rev. G. T. 

Camper, Rev. R. C. McPherson, Rev. S. T. M., Sec. 

Catron, Rev. S. S. Moreland, Rev. G. M. 

Cole, Rev. E. H. Morrell, Rev. W. M., Chairman 

Guy, Rev. J. T. Painter, Rev. C. E. 

Conference Funds — Trustees. 

Brock, W. E., Chattanooga, Tenn. Vaughan, Rev. T. C, Fries, Va. 

Hamilton, Rev. T. S. Wiley, Rev. E. E. 

Kelso, Rev. H. E. 

Commission on Midland Methodist — Creed F. Bates, Chattanooga, 
Tenn.; Rev. E. E. Wiley, Rev. N. M. Watson. 

Treasurer of All Conference Funds — Chattanooga Savings Bank.