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Full text of "Official record of the Holston Annual Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, one hundred and first session, held at Knoxville, Tennessee, October 1-6, 1924"

Holston 
Annual 



SMethodiSi Episcopal Church, South 




CENTENNIAL 
EDITION 

Price Fifty Cents 



1824-1924 



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REV. H. E. KELSO MR, H. G. TREXT MR. B. W^. AKERS 

SIR. F. A. WEISS REV. C. K. WINGO 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

. 1924 

OFFICIAL RECORD 

OF THE 

Holston Annual Conference 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South 



One Hundred and First Session 

HELD AT 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

OCTOBER 1-6, 1924 



D 



BISHOP EDWIN D. MOUZON 
REV. J. A. BURROW 
REV. E. A. SHUGART 
REV. J. F. BENTON 
REV. J. H. UMBERGER 
REV. J. M. WYSOR . 



President 
Secretary- 
Assistant Secretary- 
Assistant Secretary- 
Statistical Secretary 
Statistical Secretary 



n 



Edited by J. A. BURROW, Secretary 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 

SESSIONS OF THE HOLSTON ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
FROM 1824 TO 1924 



Place of Sessions 



Date of 
Beginning 



President 



Secretary 



Knoxville, Tenn 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Jonesboro. Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Ebenezer Co., Tenn. 

Athens, Tenn 

Evansham, Va 

Kingsport, Tenn. . . . 

Abingdon, Va 

Abingdon, Va 

Reem's Creek, N. C. 
Madisonville. Tenn. 

Wytheville. Va 

Greeneville, Tenn. . . 

LaPayette, Ga 

Rogersville, Tenn... 
Knoxville, Tenn. . . . 

Abingdon, Va 

Reem's Creek, N. C. 

Athens, Tenn 

Wytheville, Va 

Jonesboro, Tenn. . . . 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Athens, Tenn 

Asheville, N. C 

Wytheville. Va 

Cleveland, Tenn. ... 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn. . . . 

Marion, Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn. . 

Abingdon, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Greeneville, Tenn... 

Athens, Tenn 

Wytheville, Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

Marion, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn. . . . 

Asheville, N. C 

Knoxville, Tenn. . . . 

Abingdon, Va 

Wytheville, Va 

Morristown, Tenn. . . 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Marion, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Bristol, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn. ... 
Knoxville, Tenn. . . . 

Arlington, Va 

Morristown, Tenn. . 

Wytheville, Va 

Asheville. N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn. . 

Bristol, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn. . . . 
Knoxville, Tenn. . . . 

Abingdon, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Morristown, Tenn. . 

Bristol, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Wytheville, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. . . . 

Abingdon, Va 

Tazewell. Va 

Cleveland, Tenn. . . . 

Bristol, Tenn 

Morristown. Tenn. . 



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. 1,5 
Oct. 7 
Oct. 19 
Sept. 14 
Oct. 10 
Oct. 2:^ 
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. 2(1 
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 
Oct. 10 
Oct. 7 
Oct. 6 
Oct. 12 



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 
18.52 
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 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 



Bishop Roberts 

Bishops Roberts and Soule 

Bishop Soule 

Bishop Roberts 

Bishop Soule 

Bishop Soule 

Bps. McKendree and Soule 

Bishop Hedding 

Bishop Emory 

Bishop Roberts 

J. Henninger 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Capers 

Bishop Morris 

Bishop Andrew 

T. K. Catlett 

Bishop Morris 

S. Patton 

Bishop Waugh 

Bishop Morris 

Bishop Janes 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Capers 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Paine 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop 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 Doggett 

Bishop Kavanaugh 

Bishop Pierce 

Bishop Doggett 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop Doggett 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Wightman 

Bishop Doggett 

Bishop Kavanaugh 

Bishop Pierce 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Wilson 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Hargrove 

Bishop Wilson 

Bishop Keener. 

Bishop Galloway 

Bishop Fitzgerald 

Bishop Duncan 

Bishop Granbery 

Bishop Duncan 

Bishop Galloway 

Bishop Key 

Bishop Hargrove 



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 
E. H\ Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
C. D. Smith 
C. D. Smith 
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 
H\ 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. Carden 
W. C. Carden 
W. C. Carden 
W. C. Carden 
W. C. Carden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Carden 
W. C. Carden 
W. C. Carden 
W. C. Carden 

J. A Burrow 
J. A. Burrow 
J. A. Burrow 
J. A. Burrow 
J. A. Burrow 
J. A. Burrow 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



6 


Place of Sessions 


Date of 

Beginning 


President 


Secretarj 


76 


Bluefield, W. Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn. . . 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Wytheville, Va 


Oct. 11, 1899 
Oct. 10 1900 
Oct. 9, 1901 
Oct. 8, 1902 
Oct. 8, 1903 
Oct. 12. 1904 
Oct. 11, 1905 
Oct. 10, 1906 
Oct. 9, 1907 
Oct. 7, 1908 
Oct. 6, 1909 
Oct. 5. 1910 
Oct. 4. 1911 
Oct. 2, 1912 
Oct. 1. 1913 
Oct. 14, 1914 
Oct. 6, 1915 
Oct. 4, 1916 
Oct. 10, 1917 
Oct. 30. 1918 
Oct. 8, 1919 
Oct. 6, 1920 
Oct. 5, 1921 
Sept.27.1922 
Oct. 3, 1923 
Oct. 1, 1924 


Bishop Wilson. ... 


J . A Burrow 




Bishow Granbery 




78 


Bishop Hendrix 


J. A. Burrow 


79 






80 


Morristown, Tenn. . . . 
Abingdon, Va 






81 


Bishop Smith 


J. A. Burrow 


82 


Bristol, Tenn.-Va 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Bluefield, W. Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Johnson City, Tenn. . . 
Chattanooga. Tenn. . . 
Morristown, Tenn. . . . 
Abingdon, Va. 


Bishop Duncan 




88 






84 


Bishop Morrison 


J. A. Burrow 


85 






8fi 






87 


Bishop Candler 


J. A. Burrow 


88 






89 


Bishop Kilgo .... 


J. A. Burrow 


90 


Cleveland, Tenn 

Bristol, Tenn.-Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Bluefield, W. Va 

Pulaski, Va. 






91 
9? 


Bishop Waterhouse 

Bishop Murrah 


J. A. Barrow 
J A Burrow 


93 






94 


Bishop Waterhouse 


J. A Burrow 


95 


Johnson City. Tenn. . . 

Princeton, W. Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn... 
Morristown, Tenn... 
Bristol, Va 




96 


Bishop Denny 


J. A. Burrow 


97 






98 


Bishop Denny 


J A Burrow 


99 


Bishop Mouzon 


J A. Burrow 


100 
101 


Bluefield W. Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 


Bishop Mouzon 

Bishop Mouzon 


J. A. Burrow 
J. A. Burrow 



OUR SA INTE D 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. 



I 



9: Names 


1 


Admitted on 
Trial 




Where'Buried 


® 


II 
1^ 


5 




1769 
1793 


1797.. S. Carolina.. 


1809 
1827 
1833 

1838 




12 


1? 


George Atkin 


Abingdon, Va 






1822.. Tennessee ... 
1811.. Western .... 








John Henninger 




Cleveland, Tenn 






Abingdon, Va 






6 


Mitchell Martin 




1837.. Western .... 

1825..Holston 

1832..Holston 

1812.. Tennessee .. 
1833.. Tennessee .. 

1824..Holston 

1823.. Tennessee .. 
1811.. Western .... 
1849 Holston 


1839 
1843 
1844 

i848 



1850 
1850 








7 


EliK. Hutsell 

Ira Falls 


1815 


Sulphur Springs, N. C. 






8 


Roane Co., Tenn 

Rbeatown Tenn. 


12 


q 


q 


John Bowman 

0. F. Cunningham 

David Fleming 


1733 
1813 




10 
11 


Wheeler's Chapel, Tenn.. 
Kingston, Tenn 


12 


10 


1? 












13 


James Dixon 






6 


6 


1-1 


Ransom M Moore 








1^ 






1827..Holston 

1836.. Holston 

1821.. Tennessee .. 
1819.. Tennessee .. 

1851.. Holston 

1825.. Holston 

1811.. Western .... 
1811.. Western .... 
1828.. S. Carolina.. 

1849.. Holston 

1838.. Baltimore ... 
1816.. Tennessee .. 

1851.. Holston 

1843.. Holston 

1827.. Holston 

1823.. Tennessee .. 

1853.. Holston 

1823. .Tennessee . . . 

1836.. Holston 

1851.. Holston 

18.59.. Holston 

I860.. Holston 

1858.. Holston 

1860. .Holston 

1850.. Holston .. . 
18.58.. Holston .. . 


1851 
1851 
18.53 
18.54 
1854 
18.56 
18.56 
18.56 
1867 




14 
13 


18 


16 


LeanderW. Wilson ... 
David Adams 


1816 
1798 
1797 
1822 
1810 




13 


17 


Strawberry Plains, Tenn. 




18 


Samuel Patton 

Washington Boring . . 
XJlrich Keener 


Kingsport, Tenn 


35 

3 

2 

31 

9 

21 

7 

19 

37 

7 

13 

22 

24 

8 

25 

12 

12 

30 

4 

4 

1 


Iff 


19 


Sullivan Co., Tenn 

Jackson Co.. N. C 

Uriel Tenn. 


3 


?i 


George Eakin 


23 


22 


Jesse Cunningham 

JohnM Kelly.. 


1789 
1802 


Mt. Harmony, Tenn 

Tazewell Tenn 


6 
?3 


?4 


1857 
1858 
1858 
18.59 
1859 
186t 
185] 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1863 
1864 
1864 
1864 
11864 
1865 
1866 




7 


?5 


A. M. Goodykoontz . . . 
Thomas Stringfield . . . 

Charles Mitchell 

Andrew Gass 


1813 
1796 
1814 
1792 
1780 


Clear Branch, Va 


17 


26 
27 

?8 


Strawberry Plains, Tenn. . 

Carroll Co., Va 

Dandridge, Tenn 


22 
6 

9 


9q 


Robertson Ganaway. . . 


Smyth Co.. Va 


14 


r?n 


Emory, Va 


15 


3? 


William K. Foster 

Elbert F. Sevier 


182] 


New Hope W. Va 

, Chattanooga, Tenn 

Lee Co.. Va 


6 
15 


ss 






12 


Si 


W W Smith 


1814 
1808 
1836 




9 


S'l 


Rufus M Stevens 

James R. Ballew 

George M Proflit 


1 Covington, Ky 


17 


36 


North Carolina 


3 


V 




4 


38 


H B Swisher 




Greeneville, Tenn 


4 


39 

40 


Edwin C. Wexler... . 
John D. Wage 


1828 
183.^ 


Alabama . . . 


14 

5 


11 


HiUsville.Va 


5 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



OUR SAINTED DEf^D— Continued. 



Names 



Admitted on 
Trial 



Where Buried 



03 .^ 



98 
99 
100 
101 
102 

lo;^ 

104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 



1803 
1834 
1798 
1839 
1816 
1844 



1836 
1836 
1847 
1808 



1821 
1803 
1829 
1797 
1812 
1824 
1833 
1849 



1842 
1839 



1811 



Jesse G. Swisher 

Daniel R Reagan 

Thomas K. Catlett. . . 
James K. Stringfield. 
Thomas K. Munsey.. 
Joseph L. McGhee . . . 
Samuel B. Harwell. . . 
Samuel Alexander . . . 

Edward h'. Lyons 

E. Waverly Marsh . . . 

Jacob Brillhart 

John il. Crismond . . . 
George W. Martin . . . 

Daniel C. Carter 

James D. Dickey 

John Reynolds 

Wiley B, Winton 

William W. Neal 

Carroll Long 

L. W.Thomson 

Francis A. Farley 

W. M. Crawford 

Samuel S. Grant 

Elbert L. Barrett 

William Hicks 

Joseph Haskew 1797 

William H. Barnes. . . . 1812 

Henry B. Avery 1839 

H. G. Blankenbeckler. 1850 
William B. Pickens. . . 1845 

John H. Robeson 181 8 

Archibald T. Brooks. . 1817 

James K. P. Ball 1844 

John D.Baldwin 1818 

Timothy Sullins 1812 

William M. Bellamy . .1847 

Larkin W. Crouch | 

James T. Smith 11819 

David R. Smith '1835 

John S. Bourne 1856 

William L. Turner. . . . 1811 

Samuel D. Gaines 1811 

George W. Renfro . . . . 1823 
Samuel R. Wheeler. . . 1816 

David C. Home 1857 

George Stewart 1821 

Andrew J. Frazier 1836 

1829' 
1827 
1817, 
1817, 
18241 
1814' 
1837 i 
1838 
1858 
183li 
1855 
1866 1 
1818 
1834' 
1850 
1830; 
1823 
1850 
1829! 
1868: 
1825i 



George W. Miles 

James N. S. Huffaker. 

Thomas J. Pope 

William W. Witcher.. 

John M. McTeer 

Ephraim E. Wiley 

Tobias F. 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. F. Bampton 

Sewell Phillips 

Phillip Sutton 

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

Jefferson D. Akers 

James A. Davis 

Henry P. Waugh 

John H. Kennedy 

John R. Cunningham. 
W. G. E. Cunnyngham 
John Alley 



1848; 
1844' 
1820: 
1825 



1844. 
1859. 
1825. 
1858. 
1840. 
1869. 
1819. 
I860. 
1866. 
1869. 
1848. 
1847. 
1863. 
1827. 
1852. 
1819. 
1833. 
1846. 
1845. 
1872. 
1873. 
1873. 
1858. 
1873. 
1934. 
1827. 
1838. 
1860. 
1877. 
1877. 
1870. 
1871. 
1870. 
1850. 
1832. 
1878. 
1846. 
1847. 
1868. 
1881. 
1837. 

1847^ 
1861. 
1885. 
1851. 
1860. 
1854. 
1846. 
18.54. 
1894. 
1847. 
1840. 
1860. 
1861. 
1884. 
1859. 
1878. 
1891. 
1848. 
1856. 
1879. 
1851. 
1854. 
1887. 
1860. 
1891. 
1867. 
1855. 
1872. 
1875. 
1843. 
1845. 



Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Tennessee 
Missouri . 
Tennessee 
Holston . . 
Kentucky. 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
S. Carolina 
Holston . 
Holston . 
Holston . 
Holston . 
Holston . 
Holston . 
Holston , 
Holston 
Holston . 
Holston . 
,N. Carolina 
Mississipp 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
.N. Carolini 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
.Holston .. 
.Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
.Holston . . 
.W. Virginia 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 
.Holston 



1866 
1867 
1867 
1870 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
187.^ 
1875 
1876 
1876 
1876 
187^ 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1881 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1883 
1883 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 



1887; 
1888; 
1888, 
1889 
1889' 
1899 
1890 
1890, 
1891 
1892 
1892, 
1892, 

1892; 

1892 
1892 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1895| 
1895 
1895 
1896! 
1896, 
1896, 
'1897 
1897| 
1898, 
1898, 
1898 
13981 
1900 
1900' 



Calhoun, Tenn 

Georgia 

Abingdon, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Calhoun, Tenn 

Sweetwater, Tenn.. . 

Kingston, Tenn 

Marion, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Rhea Co., Tenn 

Sweetwater, Tenn. . . 
Liberty Hill, Tenn.. 
Bakersville N. C... 
Liberty Hill, Tern. . 
Clear Branch, Va. . . 

Asheville, N. C 

Springfield, Mo 

Rhea Springs, Tenn. 
Wesleyana, Tenn. .. 

Floyd, Va 

Jonesville, Va 

Boone, N. C 

Jacksboro, Tenn. . . . 

Shiloh, Tenn 

Bluff City. Tenn.... 

Abingdon, Va 

Princeton, W. Va. . . 



Greeneville, Tenn 

Ducktown, Tenn 

Buncombe Co., N. C 

Falls Mill, Va 

Spring Creek, Tenn 

Sneedville, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Scott Co., Va 

Calhoun Co., Tenn 

Asheville, N. C 

Rogersville, Tenn 

Spring Valley, Va 

Jonesville, Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

Harriman, Tenn 

Alderson, W. Va 

Rockwood, Tenn 

Wythe Co., Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Marion, Va 

Knox Co., Tenn 

Vernon, Texas 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Wytheville, Va 

Emory, Va 

Near Emory, Va 

Wythe Co., Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

Bland Co,, Va 

Dalton, Ga 

Elizabethton, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Emory, Va 

Ricevilie, Tenn 

Eagle Furnace, Tenn. .. 

Princeton, W. Va 

Blountville, Tenn 

Fall Branch, Tenn 

Montgomery Co., Va 

Emory, Va 

Morristown, Tenn 

Morristown, Tenn 

Wheeler's Chapel, Tenn. 

Nashville, Tenn 

Dunlap. Tenn 



11! 7 

5 4 

26! 19 



34! 34 
271 15 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 
OUR SAINTED DEAD— Continued 



Names 



M 



Admitted on 
Trial 



Where Buried 



114 

115 

116 

11 

118 

119 

120 

121 

122 

123 

124 

125 

126 

127 

128 

129 

130 

131 

182 

133 

134 

135 

136 

137 

138 

139 

140 

141 

142 

143 

144 

U5 

146 

147 

148 

149 

150 

151 

152 

153 

154 

155 

156 

157 

158 

159 

160 

161 

162 

163 

164 

165 

166 

167 

168 

169 

17(1 

171 

172 

173 

174 

175 

176 

177 

178 

179 

180 

181 

182 

183 

184 

185 

186 

187 

188 



Joseph F. Wampler. . . 

James K. Wolfe 

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

William L. Jones 

John H.Keith 

William H. Dawn .... 

Rufus M. Hiekey 

Elbert S. Bettis 

Jones F. Hash 

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

Enoch W. Moore 

Francis M. Grace 

Rush F. Jackson 

William 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. Faris 

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 

JohnR 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 . . 
Landon C. Delashmit 

Jacob Smith 

William C. Crockett 
David McCracken. .. 
John N. Hobbs 



1848 
1847 
1846 
1846 
1853 
1839 



1820 
1859 
1870 
1832 
1850 
1833 
1832 
1849 
1883 
1822 
1825 
1857 
1857 
1821 
1826 
1828 
1885 
1833 
1845 
1877 
1861 
1835 
1846 
1827 
1373 
1840 
1*851 
1824 
1858 
1846 
1855 
1831 
1844 
1864 



1829 
1847 
1864 
1847 
1856 
1832 
1825 
1842 
1872 
1840 
1833 
1832 
1868 
1860 
1870 
1850 
1849 
1846 
1844 
1827 



1853 
1854 
1842 
1885 
1838 
1849 
1857 
1875 

1835 
1852 
1855 
1855 



18-; 



1895. 
1889. 
1882. 
1870. 
1872 
1845. 
1893. 
1891. 



Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 
Holston 



1875. 
1860. 
1853. 
1884. 
1859. 
1844. 
1856. 
1885. 
1873. 
1846. 
1852. 
1859. 
1902. 
1874. 
1871. 
1895. 
1890. 
1875. 
1870. 
1851. 
1896. 
1861. 
1888. 
1848. 
1888. 
1866. 
1889. 
1854. 
1871. 
1884. 



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



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1879. 

1890. 

1865. 

1911. 

1861 

1809. 

1888. 

1910. 

1850 

1861 

1895 

1855 

1855 



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1900 
1900 
1901 
1901 
1902 
1902 



1902 
1903 
1903 



1904' 
1904; 
19041 
1905; 
19051 
1905[ 
19051 
190.n 
19051 
1905' 
19051 
19071 
1907! 
19071 
1908! 
1909, 
1909 
1909' 
1910! 
1910 
1910J 
191l| 
1911| 
19ll! 
1911 
1911 



1912 
1912! 
19121 



1913 
1913 
1913 
1913 



1913 
1914 
1914 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1916 
1917| 
19171 
1917i 
1917; 
1918, 
1918' 
1918| 
1918 
1918' 
19181 
1919^ 
1919, 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
19211 
1922' 
1922: 



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 Spring, 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., Va 

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 

Hilton, Va 

Bland County, Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

Liberty Hill, Tenn 

Clinton, Tenn 

Emory, Va 

Emory, Va 

Wytheville, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Sweetwater, Tenn 

Dryden, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Pulaski Co. , Va 

Bristol, Va 

Emory, Va 

Morristown, Tenn 

Wythe Co., Va 

Galax, Va 

Muskogee, Ok 

Greeneville, Tenn 

Andersonville, Tenn. ... 

Portland. Oregon 

Wytheville, Va 

Crockett's Cove, Va 

Clinton, Tenn 

Liberty Hill. Tenn 



58 



13 



21 



81 



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OUR SAINTED DEfi^D— Continued. 



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1901 William W. Hicks... 


1849 


1876..Holston .. . 


19221 Bluefield. W. Va 


421 


191 1 R. G. Waterhouse 


1855 


1878..Holston ... 


1922 


Emory, Va 


1 


1921 J. William Rader 


1869 


1893..Holston .... 


1923 


Emory, Va. 


281 9 


193 
194 


John C Bays 


1852 
1830 
1855 


1876..Holston .... 
1850..Holston .... 
1890..Holston .... 


1923 
1923 


Abingdon, Va 


1 


RiVVim-H "M Pri>P 


Mnrrist.nwn. Tpnn 


|. ,. 


1951 Edward W. Mort 


19231 Emory, Va 


33 12 


196 Jacob L. Griffitts 


1869 


1903..Holston .... 


19231 Emory, Va 




IPT 


Lyle M Neel . .... 


1902 
1854 


Holston .... 

1884..Holston .. . 


1923 
1923 


Bloomingdale, Tenn 

Kingsport, Tenn 


8| 


198 


Samuel K. Byrd 


391 


199 


Absalom D. Stewart. 


1833 


1858.. Holston . . 


1923 


Dunlap, Tenn 


411 


200 


George D. French 


1845 


1869..Holston .... 


1923 


Morristown, Tenn 


54 




^m 


H. M. Houston 


1887 


1920..Holston .... 


1 99,3 


Lusk Chapel, Ala 


3 




201 


George W. Jackson... 


1853 


1878..Holston .... 


1924 


Lenoir City, Tenn. 




11 


202 


John H. Parrott 


1844 


1871. .Holston ... 


1924 


Morristown, Tenn 




15 


203 


John S. W. Neel 


1839 


1866. .Holston .... 


1924 


Johnson City, Tenn 


48 


19 


204 


William C. Garden.... 


1846 


1870. .Holston .... 


19241 Chattanooga, Tenn 


35 


16 


5^05 


Eugene Blake 


1856 


1878.. Holston .... 


1924 Emory, Va :: 


48 


26 


206 


George L. Lambert... 


1877 


1905.. Holston .... 


1924 Emory, Va :: 


19 


7 


207 


Fred Gordon 


1889 


1918.. Holston .... 


19241 New Hope, Tenn 


6 


3 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



LOCAL PREACHERS IN HOLSTON 

(NOTE — "E" means Elder; "D" means Deacon) 
ABINGDON DISTRICT 



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

J. A. Pendergrass (E), Blountville, Tenn. 

J. D. Spitzer (Ej, Ceres, Va. 

Marvin Maiden (E), Glenford, Va. 

V. M. Ross (Ej, Chatham Hill, Va. 

T. G. Neal (Dj, Alvarado, Va. 

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

S. B. Fickle (D), Blountville, Tenn. 

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

H. B. White, Bristol, Tenn. 

J. D. Isley, Blountville, Tenn. 



12. Chas. W. Umberger, Ceres, Va. 

13. A. T. Lowry, McCrady, Va. 

14. Robt. N. Cassell, Nebo, Va. 

15. James Levi Allen, Ceres, Va. 

16. Bryan H. Green, Emory, Va. 

17. Garland Reid Stafford,* Abingdon, Va. 

18. Harry Wade Moss,* Emory, Va. 

19. Frank Melton Barnhart,* Emory, Va, 

20. Foye Goodner Gibson,* Bristol, Tenn. 

21. Burton Fitzhugh DeBusk,* Clinchburg, Va. 

22. Robert Richard Jones,* Quarry, Va. 



BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT 



T. P. Graham (E), Jonesville, Va. 
•H. K. Hillman (Ej, Herald, Va. 
S. L. Hockenberry (E), Ewing, Va. 
W. H. Wampler (Ej, East Stone Gap, Va. 
C. E. Rowlett (D), Ewing, Va. 
S. W. McConnell (Dj, Nickelsville, Va. 
J. P. Little (Dj, Kingsport, Tenn. 
Worley Hillman (Dj, Dungannon, Va. 
C. C. Brooks (D), Rose Hill, Va. 
S. M. Jennings (Dj, Jonesville, Va. 
J. N. Graham (Dj, Jonesville, Va. 
R. L. Graham, Jonesville, Va. 



13. H. J. Kelly, Brewster. Va. 

14. C. C. Greer, Gate City, Va. 

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

16. M. B. Jennings, Jonesville, Va. 

17. L. V. Couch, Tom's Creek, Va. 

18. R. G. Farmer, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 

19. A. B. Wing, Dungannon, Va. 

20. John Wesley Hillman, Herald, Va. 

21. N. M. Moneyhun, Kingsport, Tenn. 

22. J. H. Nichols, Nickelsville, Va. 

23. Charles L. Jennings,* Jonesville, Va. 

24. Asbury Park Buhrman,* Jonesville, Va. 



BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 



Jasper Sage (EJ, Bluefield, W. Va. 13. 

D. A. Atkins (Dj, Keystone, W. Va. 14. 

J. L. Penland (D), Pageton, W. Va. 15. 

C. C. Bailey (Dj, Davy, W. Va. 16. 

S. T. Akers, Havaco, W. Va. 17. 

J. Will Bailey, Kimball, 'W. Va. 18. 

H. A. Bingham, Filbert, W. Va. 19. 

P. D. Bratton, Bluefield, W. Va. 20. 

G. W. Collins, Bluefield, W. Va. 21. 

J. T. Browning, Monarch, W. Va. 22. 

L. M. Gillenwaters, Grumpier, W. Va. 23. 
H. B. Jones, Newhall, W. Va. 

CHATTANOOGA 



H. K. Allison (E), Chattanooga, Tenn. 19. 

H. J. Eddings (Ej, Signal Mtn., Tenn. 20. 

Battle McLester (Ej, Chattanooga, Tenn. 21. 

H. A. True (E), St. Elmo, Tenn. 22. 

J. S. Young (E), Chattanooga, Tenn. 23. 

A. M. Tomlinson (D), N. Chatt-, Tenn. 24. 

J. D. Haddaway (Dj, S. Pittsburg, Tenn. 25. 

J. R. McFarland (Dj, Rossville, Ga. 26. 

F. M. Shirley, Whitwell, Tenn. 27. 

W. J. Cannon (Dj, Chattanooga, Tenn. 28. 

J. F. Austin, Rising Fawn, Ga. 29. 

N. A. Cobb, Chattanooga, Tenn. 30. 

R. J. Putnam,* Emory, Va. 31. 

Ralph D. Daily, Hiwassee College, Tenn. 32. 

C. D. Hall, Chattanooga, Tenn. 33. 

A. P. Johnson, Emory, Va. 34. 

Elza Forrester, Rising Fawn, Ga. 35. 
J. V. Holdam, Chattanooga, Tenn. 



A. C. Stowers, Bluefield, W. Va. 

R. C. LaPhew, Wilcoe, W. Va. 

J. E. Fogleman, Glenalum, W. Va. 

C. C. Woolwine, Bluefield, W. Va. 
Orban Barnett,* Roder field, W. Va. 

D. G. Bailey,* Grumpier, W. Va. 
William Blankenship,* Caretta, W. Va. 
P. A. Eades, Bluefield, W. Va. 

H. B. Abshire, Bluefield, W. Va. 
K. M. Peters,* Bluefield, W. Va. 
A. H. Sargent,* Bluefield. W. Va. 

DISTRICT 

James Henley, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

G. W. Perry, East Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Elijah P. Tollett, Litton, Tenn. 

W. L. O'Rear, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

T. P. Sims, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Earl G. Woolwine, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

M. D. Wyatt, Hiwassee College, Tenn. 

W. T. Burke, St. Elmo, Tenn. 

F. G. Smallwood, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

J. E. Hargraves, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

A. C. Bryant, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

P. Metcalf, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

T. L. Williams, Emory, Va. 

R. Houston, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

P. W. Brandon,* Scottsboro, Ala. 

T. N. Blanks,* Chattanooga, Tenn. 

R. H. Bethea,* East Lake, Tenn. 



CLEVELAND DISTRICT 



J. E. McCampbell (E), Townsend, Tenn. 11. 

I. F. Fisher (Ej, Appison, Tenn. 12. 

A. N. Jackson (Ej, Louisville, Tenn. 13. 

J. H. Summitt (Ej, Jacksboro, Tenn. 14. 

T. M. Hicks (D), Benton, Tenn. 15. 

John Massingale (Dj, Etowah, Tenn. 16. 

Hubert Bingham, Madisonville, Tenn. 17. 

John Nichols, Maryville, Tenn. 18. 

Joseph Codispoti, Madisonville. Tenn. 19. 
C. C. Aldridge, Englewood, Tenn. 



J. T. Hibberts, Charleston, Tenn. 
Roy C. Davis, Madisonville, Tenn. 
W. R. Walker, Ducktown, Tenn. 
J. F. Forkner. Sweetwater, Tenn. 
W. H. Long. Athens, Tenn, 
Wm. A. Henson, Ducktown, Tenn. 
Emory Massingale, Etowah, Tenn. 
Charlie Massingale, Etowah, Tenn. 
Lester Calhoun, Calhoun, Tenn. 



'Licensed this year. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 



1. Thomas Angus, Fountain City, Tenn. 

2. Chas. E. Bales, Knoxville, Tenn. 

3. J. M. Bell, Fountain City, Tenn,, R. No. 

4. W. N. Beets, Knoxville, Tenn. 

5. R. N. Brooks, Petros, Tenn. 

6. L. M. Coward, Byington, Tenn. 

7. W. S. Dakes, Knoxville, Tenn. 

8. Dr. E. Dickson (D), Coal Creek, Tenn. 

9. F. H. Eisele, Knoxville, Tenn. 

10. D. H. Groover, Knoxville, Tenn. 

11. O. E. Householder, Knoxville, Tenn. 

12. G. T. Hundley, Knoxville, Tenn. 

13. John G. Irwin (D), Andersonville, Tenn. 

14. R. E. Jeffries, Knoxville, Tenn. 

15. J. D. Johnston, Knoxville, Tenn. 

16. W. H. Leming, Corryton, Tenn. 

17. R. B. Linart, Coal Creek, Tenn. 

18. C. T. Luttrell, Knoxville, Tenn. 

MORRISTOWN 

1. N. W. Bellamy, Surgoinsville, Tenn, 

2. E. Z. Blankenbeckler (E), Bulls Gap, Tenn. 14. 



J. B. Cross (D), Fall Branch, Tenn. 

D. T. Kirk (D), Newport, Tenn, 

J, S. Mitchell (D), Parrottsville, Tenn. 

Geo. W. McAmis, Afton, Tenn, 

C, T. Miller, Johnson City, Tenn. 

W. L, Norwood (E), Sneedville, Tenn. 

Barney Thompson (E), Johnson City, Tenn. 

F. C. B. Mohr, Erwin, Tenn, 

C, W, Johnson, New Market, Tenn, 

J. W. Christian (E), Morristown, Tenn, 



19, Benton M, McDonald, Knoxville, Tenn. 

20. C. F. Miller, Knoxville, Tenn. 
4. 21. R. A. Monroe, Knoxville, Tenn. 
. 22. J. A. Nelson, Coal Creek, Tenn. 

23. H. A. Norman (D), Knoxville, Tenn. 

24. R. B. Parsons (E), Knoxville, Tenn. 

25. M. K. Provence, Knoxville, Tenn. 

26. Jas, H. Reynolds (D), Knoxville, Tenn. 

27. W. A. Roberts, Knoxville, Tenn. 

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

29. G. W. Shelley (D), Harriman, Tenn. 

30. J, H. Smith (D), Knoxville, Tenn. 

31. M, O, Summers, Knoxville, Tenn. 

32. J. A. Varner, Knoxville, Tenn. 

33. David A. "Warner, Dante, Tenn. 

34. U. S. Wilson, Briceville, Tenn. 

35. W, T, Wilson. Knoxville, Tenn. 

36. Geo. F. Wright (E), Fountain City, Tenn. 

DISTRICT 

13. Opie C. Clark, Limestone, Tenn. 
J. O, Patton, Newport, Tenn, 

15. C, R, Vincent, Newport, Tenn. 

16. Lafayette Isley, Johnson City, Tenn. 

17. A. J. Bell, Parrottsville, Tenn. 

18. Nathan W. S, Lamb, Greeneville, Tenn, 

19. Thomas H. Hartman,* Morristown, Tenn. 

20. Paul Simmerman,* Telford, Tenn. 

21. Wm, T, Stephens,* Morristown, Tenn. 

22. James C. Fisher,* Chuckey, Tenn, 

23. C, W, Williams, White Pine, Tenn, 

24. Arch Buchanan, Tazewell, Tenn. 



RADFORD DISTRICT 



C. A. Brown (E), Morrow, Va. 16, 

T. H. Kinser (E), East Radford, Va. 17. 

L. C. Taylor (E), Snowville, Va, 18, 

Z. A, Wall (E), Willis, Va. 19. 

Clarence Gutridge (E), Pipe Stem, W. Va. 20. 

W. E. Shrewsbury (E), Princeton, W. Va. 21. 

W. H, Ayers (E), Bluefield, W. Va., R.F.D. 22, 

W, A, Warner (D), Narrows, Va, 23. 

S, V, Morris (D), Hollybrook, Va, 24, 

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

Z. F. Mayberry, Oakevale, W. Va. 26, 

F, M, Radford, Hollybrook, Va, 27, 

Preston Fowler, Foster Falls, Va. 28. 

W, E, Mustard, Mechanicsburg, Va. 29. 
J, A. McKinney, Lilly, W. Va. 



A, E, Tabor, Floyd, Va. 

H, T. Wheeler, Rock, Va. 

W. H, Byrd, Pride, W. Va. 

E. B. Weeks, Willis, Va. 

E. H, Hilton, Hilton, Va, 

K, M, Peters, Bluefield, W. Va. 

J. D, Bland, Bell Springs, Va. 

M. W. Davis, Rock, W. Va. 

J. H. Chaffin, River, Va. 

J, M, Shepherd, Mechanicsburg, Va. 

C, E. Williams, Newbern, Va, 

W, M. Rhudy, Foster Falls, Va. 

H. R. Wilson, Athens, W. Va. 

E. G. Smith, Kegley, W. Va. 



TAZEWELL DISTRICT 



J. E. Graham (E), Grundy, Va. 

W. W, Yost (E), North Tazewell, Va. 

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

Ball, Putnam, Va, 

Boyd, Davenport, Va. 

Belcher, Grundy, Va. 

Coleman, Drill, Va, 

Kayler, Richlands, Va. 

Dickenson, Honaker, Va. 

Gilmer, Lebanon, Va, 



E. 

E. 

A. 

N, 

O. 

C. 

E. 

H. L, Hanshew, Rocky Gap, Va. 

Edgar Hurt, Putnam, Va. 



13. Garnett M, Lester, Repass, Va. 

14. L. W. McFarland, Bluefield, Va. 

15. L. D. Perkins, Drill, Va. 

16. John Russell, Indian, Va. 

17. T. N. Shook, Carrie, Va. 

18. C. W. Street, Deskins, Va. 

19. B, C. Wise, Jewell Ridge, Va. 

20. C. A. Wagoner,* Bluefield, Va. 

21. A. A. Countis,* Clintwood, Va. 

22. G. A. Mahood,* West Graham, Va. 

23. Burdine Looney,* Grundy, Va. 

24. H. B. Tiller, Clinchfield, Va. 



WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 



T. C, Vaughan (E), Spring Valley, Va, 
J. R, Pinion (E), Spring Valley, Va. 
W. R. Miller (E), Crandon, Va. 

A, H, Gentry (E), Hillsville, Va, 

W, N, Baker (E), Spring Valley, Va. 
W. A, Leonard (D), Groseclose, Va. 
W. M, Shuler (D), Marion, Va. 
C. R, Melton (D), Galax, Va. 
H, J, Crowgey, Wytheville, Va, 
Robert Crowgey, Wytheville, Va. 
J. A. Fisher, Wytheville, Va. 

B. A. Pool, Independence, Va. 
W. E. Williams, Fries, Va. 

J. K. Sholer, Corner's Rock, Va. 

*Licen.=^ed 



C. W. Slagle, Marion, Va. 

R. L. Wiley, Independence, Va. 

John K. Dean, Atlanta, Ga. 

S. W. Chisenall, Teas, Va. 

French Taylor, Elk Creek, Va. 

J. R. Pugh, Elk Creek, Va. 

J. W. Morris, Ivanhoe, Va. 

W. C. Dutton, Cedar Springs, Va. 

23. Reber Atkins, Atkins, Va. 

24. Roy C. Davis, Atkins, Va. 

25. Geo. A. Callahan, Wytheville, Va., R.F.D. 

26. E. H. Goodpasture, Emory, Va. 

27. C. A. Smith, Fancy Gap, Va. 
Wythe F. Wampler, Wytheville, Va. 



this year. 



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Jl)e tjolston iHi1lj0i)tst 




Dr. Frank Richardson Dr. R. N. Price Dr. J. H. Brunner 

Mr. Valentine Mrs. Valentine 

Dr. E. E. Hoss Rev. T. F. Glenn Dr. W. W. Bays 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 9 

DELEGATES TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

ABINGDON DISTRICT 
J. N. Hillman, Emory, Va. T. F. Staley, Bristol, Tenn. 

R. W. Rush, Bluff City, Tenn. C. M, Shannon, Saltville, Va. 

S. W. Keys, Glade Spring, Va. C. D. Curtis, Abingdon, Va. 

N. K. Doan, Blountville, Tenn. Miss Ethel Kitchin, Bristol, Va. 

BIG STOira] GAP DISTRICT 
R. F. Carr, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. A. P. Hamlin, dinger, Va. 

W. B. Ford, Norton, Va. H. H. Taylor, Gate City, Va. 

Mrs. J. W. Dobjms, Kingsport, Tenn. Rev. S. M. Jennings, Jonesville, Va. 

C. Q. Counts, Coeburn, Va. Mrs. Emma Edds, Rose Hill, Va. 

BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 

E. demons, Gary, W. Va. J. E. Cruise, Keystone, W. Va. 
J. Will Bailey, Kimball, W. Va. O. J. Hunter, Welch, W. Va. 

Dr. H. L. Tutwiler, laeger, W. Va, Mrs. F. C. Cook, Northfork, W. Va. 

P. A. Dunn, Bluefield, W. Va. Ernest Henson, Bluefield, W. Va. 

CHATTANOOGA .DISTRICT 
Boyd W. Hargraves, Ridgedale, Tenn. W. E. Brock, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

T. C. Solomon, East Chattanooga, Tenn. Creed F. Bates, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

J. P. Matthews, Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. W. K. Garmany, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

A. L. Roberson, Jasper, Tenn. W. A. Ault, Dayton, Tenn. 

CLEVELAND DISTRICT 

F. A. Carter, Sweetwater, Tenn. Mrs. R. K. Triplett, Athens, Tenn. 

G. L. Hardwick, Cleveland, Tenn. Mrs. J. E. Wolfe, Sweetwater, Tenn. 
M. L. Hardin, Peakland, Tenn. L. S. Campbell, Etowah, Tenn. 

J. W. Lillard, Decatur, Tenn. J. E. Hogan, Calhoun, Tenn. 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 
N. Giles Carter, Harriman, Tenn. C. S. Kincaid, Clinton, Tenn. 

C. L. Carlton, Knoxville, Tenn. H. C. Graybeal, Emory, Va. 

W. S. Murphy, Sevierville, Tenn. J. W. Saylor, Knoxville, Tenn. 

J. D. Lea, Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. Thomas Pruden, Knoxville, Tenn. 

MORRISTOWN DISTRICT 
C. L. Marshall, Johnson City, Tenn. Sullins Dosser, Morristown, Tenn. 

Dr. C. L. Myers, Bulls Gap, Tenn. H, E. Foxworth, Jefferson City, Tenn. 

M. R. Rutledge, Surgoinsville, Tenn. Lynn Sheeley, Morristown, Tenn. 

J. H. Minton, Tazewell, Tenn. A. T. Beckleheimer, Telford, Tenn. 

RADFORD DISTRICT 
W. B. Palmer, Childress, Va. D. L. Carr, Princeton, W. Va. 

Mrs. E. H. Cassidy, Princeton, W. Va. Mrs. D. P. Kirby, Pulaski, Va. 

W. R. Bower, East Radford, Va. Mrs. Guy Roop, Snowville, Va. 

J. E. Province, Narrows, Va. Mrs. R. L. King, Dublin, Va. 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT 
E. S. Finney, Lebanon, Va. Mrs. Paris Charles, Grundy, Va. 

Mrs. L. A. Tynes, Tazewell, Va. C. E. Howell, Richlands, Va. 

Mrs. C. H. Witten, Bluefield, Va. A. B. Fogleman, Elk Garden, Va. 

W. B. Martin, Cooper, W. Va. J. E. Graham, Grundy, Va. 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 
G. A. Lambert, Rural Retreat, Va. Rev. H. J. Crowgey, Wytheville, Va. 

J. G. Cole, Major, Va. Mrs. E. H. Henderson, Marion, Va. 

Dr. E. M. Copenhaver, Marion, Va. Dr. Guy Delp, Rural Retreat, Va. 

Ernest G. Robinson, Max Meadows, Va. E. F. Cox, Galax, Va. 



DISTRICT CONFERENCES OF 1925 

Abingdon District — Emory, Va. 
Big Stone Gap District — Norton, Va. 
Bluefield District— Keystone, W. Va. 
Chattanooga District — North Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Cleveland District — Athens, Tenn. 
Knoxville District — LaFoUette, Tenn. 
Morristown District — Newport, Tenn. 
Radford District— Radford, Va. 
Tazewell District — Richlands, Va. 
Wytheville District — Cripple Creek, Va. 



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DISTRICT LAY LEADERS 



ABINGDON DISTRICT 
E. H. Kebler, Bristol, Va. 

N. H. Wright, Damascus, Va. 
S. W. Keys, Glade Spring, Va. 

BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT 
C. Q. Counts, Coeburn, Va. 
H. H. Taylor, Gate City, Va. 
R. F. Carr, Cumberland Gap, Va. 

BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 
L. E. Woods, Welch, W. Va. 

Ernest Henson, Bluelield, W. Va. 
C. E. Pritchett, Gary, W. Va. 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT 

W. G. Foster, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
W. E. Condra, Dunlap, Tenn. 
O. O. Scudder, Hixson, Tenn. 

CLEVELAND DISTRICT 

Prof. R. T. Allen, Cleveland, Tenn. 
C. L. Clark, Sweetwater, Tenn. 
E. H. Vandivere, Etowah, Tenn. 



KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 

C. L. Carlton, Knoxville, Tenn. 
W. S. Murphy, Sevierville, Tenn. 
H. C. Graybeal, Emory, Va. 

MORRISTOWN DISTRICT 
Phil S. Taylor, Telford, Tenn. 

B. W. Horner, Johnson City, Tenn. 
Walter Smith, Church Hill, Tenn. 

RADFORD DISTRICT 

W. K. Barnett, East Radford, Va. 
W. H. Shuff, Pulaski, Va. 
Roy A. Bradin, Princeton, W. Va. 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT 

F. F. Hart, Richlands, Va. 

B. T. Wilson, Lebanon, Va. 
G. C. Crockett, Blufield, Va. 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 

G. A. Lambert, Rural Retreat, Va. 
Geo. L. Delp, Elk Creek, Va. 
Fred Baker, Fries, Va. 



HOLSTON EPWORTH LEAGUE CONFERENCE 

Miss Mary Sue Tynes, President 306 Pearis St., Bluefield, W. Va. 

Mr. Courtland Jourolmon, V.-Prest.-_955 Temple Av., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mr. Robert Houston, Secretary 300 Bell Ave., N. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Miss May I. Houston, Treasurer Box 243, Saltville, Va. 

Rev. W. M. Bunts, Life Service Secretary Norton, Va. 

Mr. Clyde Douthat, Editor "Holston Epworthian" 

102 Empire Building, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Miss Lillian Lois Hurt, Intermediate Superintendent Tazewell, Va. 

Miss Marguerite Elmore, Jr. Supt Highland Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mrs. W. H. Carr, Supt. of Missions Bluefield, W. Va. 

Mr. Herschel Abshire, "Epworth Era" Agent Bluefield, W. Va. 



HOLSTON WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY 

Mrs. Crew Webb, President Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mrs. H. A. Evans, Vice-President Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mrs. J. A. Hardin, Recording Secretary Sweetwater, Tenn. 

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

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

Mrs. R. E. Baker, Supt. Young People's Work Morristown, Tenn. 

Mrs. L. H. Potts, Supt. Missions and Bible Study Abingdon, Va. 

Mrs. F. Y. Jackson, Supt. Publicity Bluefield, W. Va. 

Mrs. Ernest Henson, Supt. Social Service Bluefield, W. Va. 

Mrs. Fred Jones, Supt. Supplies East Radford, Va. 

Mrs. J. M. Carter, Supt. Fifth Sunday Collection Bluefield, W. Va. 

Mrs. J. S. French, Treas. Belle Bennett Memorial Fund __ Bristol, Tenn. 



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DISTRICT SECRETARIES 

Abingdon Mrs. Joseph Tevis Bristol, Tenn. 

Big Stone Gap Mrs. H. A. W. Skeen Big Stone Gap, Va. 

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

Chattanooga Mrs. H. M. Dicks Chattanooga, Tenn. 

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

Knoxville__: Mrs. H. A. Evans Knoxville, Tenn. 

Morristown Mrs. James Range Johnson City, Tenn. 

Radford Mrs. R. L. King Dublin, Va. 

Tazewell Mrs. C. H. Witten Bluefield, W. Va. 

Wytheville Mrs. E. H. Henderson Marion, Va. 



ORPHANAGE DIRECTORS 

Rev. James A. Burrow, President Nashville, Tenn. 

Mrs. Fred Jones, Secretary East Radford, Va. 

Miss Dora Young, Treasurer Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Mrs. L. A. Tynes Tazewell, Va. 

Mrs. W. B. Speer Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mrs. W. M. Morrell Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mrs. E. H. Cassidy Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mrs. A. J. Patterson Greeneville, Tenn. 

Mrs. J. M. Carter 1 Bluefield, W. Va. 

Mrs. H. B. Brown Marion, Va. 

Mrs. Thomas Pruden Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mr. F. A. Weiss Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mr. F. A. Carter Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Mr. F. B. St. John Johnson City, Tenn. 

Mr. P. A. Dunn Bluefield, W. Va. 



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JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS 



FIRST DAY. 

Wednesday, October i, 1924. 

The Holston Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, convened in its one hundred and first annual session in our 
Church Street Church, Knoxville, Tenn., Wednesday, October ist, 
1924, at 9 o'clock A. M., with Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon presiding. 
The opening sermon had been preached the night before by Rev. 
R. B. Piatt, Jr., of Johnson City, after which the sacrament of the 
Lord's Supper was administered by Bishop Mouzon, the presiding 
elders assisting. 

The official session was opened Wednesday morning by singing 
Hymn No. 180, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." The Con- 
ference joined in the Apostle's Creed, after which Bishop Mouzon 
led in prayer. The Conference sang Hymn 325, "Break Thou the 
Bread of Life." Bishop Mouzon read and commented impressively 
on the second chapter of II Timothy, placing special emphasis on 
the words, "Remember Jesus Christ." 

Roll Call. — The secretary of the last Conference called the 
roll chronologically, and the following persons answered to their 
names: 

Clerical Members. — J. T. Frazier, K. C. Atkins, D. H. Carr, L. L. H. Car- 
lock, T. R. Handy, W. R. Barnett, J. I. Cash, J. A. Lyons, J. M. Crowe, J. W. 
Carnes, R. A. Owen, G. A. Maiden, R. A. Kelly, J. E. Naff, L. M. Cart- 
right, S. S. Catron, R. T. McDowell, T. C. Schuler, J. W. Browning, J. A. 
Burrow, E. F. Kahle, R. S. Umberger, A. B. Hunter, J. C. Orr, E. H. Cassidy, 
J. A. H. Shuler, J. B. Simpson, C. L. Stradley, C. W. Kelley, W. S. Neighbors, 
J. E. Lowry, S. D. Long, T. J. Eskridge, L P. Martin, L N. Munsey, E. S. 
Addington, C. R. Brown, W. E. Bailey, M. P. Carico, D. P. Hurley, J. S. 
French, P. L. Cobb, J. A. Baylor, J. D. Dame, C. E. Steele, M. J. Wysor, 
W. M. Morrell, J. M. Carter, S. B. Vaught, F. Y. Jackson, R. M. Walker, 
J. B. Ward, G. A. Carner, J. E. Wolfe, J. A. Early, E. A. Shugart, J. F. 
Jones, C. A. Beard, J. L. Mullens, K. W. Cox, J. R. Brown, C. G. Hounshell, 
R. K. Triplett, H. S. Hamilton, G. W. Simpson, Thomas Priddy, E. E. Wiley, 
N. R. Cartright, J. F. Barnett, J. R. King, R. C. Camper, E. H. Cole, W. M. 
Patty, L. W. Pierce, T. J. Houts, A. M. Quails, D. F. Wyrick, L. D. Yost, 
J. C. Logan, W. S. Hendricks, G. S. Wagoner, S. S. Boyer, W. B. Belcher, 
J. B. Ely, H. B. Brown, J. N. Smith, K. G. Munsey, R. B. Piatt, Jr., J. W. 
Stewart, R. M. Standefer, N. M. Watson, N. F. Walker, J. A. Ellison, A. S. 
Thorn, J. A. L. Perkins, S. A. McCanless, A. B. Moore, C. O. Pangle, W. N. 
Wagner, G. T. Jordan, W. C. Thompson, R. E. Early, S. A. McGhee, J. L. 
Scott, C. N. Kennedy, J. H. Umberger, W. H. Walker, J. F. Benton, H. E. 



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Bradshaw, W. T. Evans, T. R. Wolfe, W. D. Farmer, F. R.-Snavely, S. L. 
Browning, C. K. Wingo, E. M. Ritchey, French Wampler, C. T. Gray, H. B. 
Vaught, G. K. Patty, R. G. Reynolds, L. S. Reynolds, E. L. McConnell, H. E. 
Kelso, Marion Quessenberry, W. L. Dykes, O. C. Wright, J. A. Henderson, S. C. 
Beard, J. H. Lotspeich, R. W. Watts, R. H. Ballard, R. N. Havens, E. H. 
Yankee, J, M. Wysor, J. G. Helvey, R. E. Greer, B. T. Sells, L. D. May- 
berry, S. H. Austin, M. A. Stevenson, J. N, Jones, E. R. Lewis, J. A. Bays, 
P. P. Martin, R. L. Evans, Z. B. Randall, Josephus Henby, J. C. Patty, A. S. 
Ulm, J. W. Malone, C. E. Lundy, E. D. Worley, C. W. Dean, W. P. East- 
wood, S. V. Gibson, A. F. Phenix, W. C. Harris, W. M. Bunts, D. B. Wright, 
P. P. Tabor, H. A. Carlton, F. B. Shelton, H. L. Dean, G. E. Erwin, R. T. 
Houts, Y. W. Brooks, L. E. Hoppe, C. G. Eastwood, J. T. Booth, W. A. 
McCormack, J. W. Carter, B. N. Waterhouse, W. A. McKee, J. B. Staley, 
N. H. Giesler, S. L. Jones, W. L. Tate, B. C. Wilson, P. H. Horner, W. B. 
Peck, T. M. Bellamy, C. L. Cox, W. K. Cregger, O. H. Logan, R. L. Parks. 

Lay Delegates. — Mrs. J. W. Dobyns, C. Q. Counts, A. P. Hamlin, H. H. 
Taylor, E. Clemons, J. Will Bailey, H. \. Tutweiler, P. A. Dunn, J. E. 
Cruise, Ernest Henson, T. C. Solomon, J. P. Matthews, W. E. Brock, Mrs. 
W. K. Garmany, W. A. Ault, G. L. Hardwick, M. L. Hardin, Mrs. J. E. 
Wolfe, J. E. Hogan, N. C. Carter, C. L. Carlton, J. D. Lea, C. S. Kincaid, 
J. W. Saylor, Mrs. Thomas Pruden, J. O. Minton, H. F. Foxworth, A. T. 
Beckleheimer, Mrs. D. P. Hurley, Mrs. L. A. Tynes, Mrs. C. H. Witten, 
W. B. Martin, A. B. Fogleman, G. A. Lambert, J. G. Cole, E. M. Copenhaver, 
H. J. Crowgey, Guy Delp. 

Organization. — J. A. Burrow was re-elected secretary, with 
E. A. Shugart and J. F. Benton assistants; J. H. Umberger was 
elected statistical secretary, with J. M. Wysor assistant. 

The hour for meeting was fixed at 9 o'clock a. m., and the hour 
for adjournment at 12:30 P. M. 

Introduction. — Bishop R. J. Cooke, of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, was introduced, and spoke fraternal words. 

Gavel Presented. — J. A. Lyons presented to Bishop Mouzon 
a gavel made from a cedar tree at Keywood, Va., where Bishop As- 
bury held the £rst Conference west of the Alleghenies. Bishop 
Mouzon appropriately responded. 

Committees. — The presiding elders nominated the following 
standing committees, which nominations were elected: 

Public Worship.— E:^. Wiley, W. F. Blackard and M. G. Thomas. 

Sfiritual State of the Church. — R. A. Kelly, C. R. Jones, L N. Munsey, 
Sullins Dosser, S. C. Beard, C. Q. Counts, C. A. Pangle. 

Sabbath Observance. — R. L. Evans, W. M. Patty, J. B. Simpson, W. E. 
Browning, C. M. Shannon. 

District Conference Records. — C. E. Lundy, K. G. Munsey, J. E. Spring, 
W. E. Bailey, E. M. Ritchey, J. E. Hogan, H. H. Taylor, J. T. Booth, 
W. B. Peck. 



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Memoirs.-^'R. E. Early, J. A. H. Shuler, I. P. Martin, R. B. Piatt, Jr., 
E. E. Wiley, S. B. Vaught, R. A. Owen, J. C. Orr, M. P. Carico, W. M. Mor- 
rell, J. B. Ely, E. H. Yankee, S. T. M. McPherson, C. M. Fisher. 

Substitutions. — The following substitutions were made on 
boards and committees: J. A. Baylor on the Commission on Finance 
in place of E. E. Wiley, who is now a presiding elder; on the Board 
of Education — J. S. French in place of G. L. Lambert, deceased; 
C. I. Curtis in place of Otis Mouser, resigned; J. F. Barnett and 
O. C. Wright in place of T. J. Eskridge and N. M. Watson, now 
presiding elders; L. M. Thomas on the Board of Missions in place 
of R. F. Calloway, deceased. 

Presiding Elders. — The following presiding elders passed ex- 
amination of character: T. C. Schuler, E. A. Shugart, M. P. Carico, 
S. D. Long, J. E. Wolfe, E. E. Wiley, N. M. Watson, J. B. Ward, 
W. S. Hendricks, T. J. Eskridge. 

Introductions. — The following persons were introduced to the 
Conference: Dr. Luther E. Todd, secretary of the General Board 
of Finance ; Dr. Stonewall Anderson, secretary of the General Board 
of Education; G. L. Morelock, secretary of the General Board of 
Lay Activities; D. L. Coale, one of our general evangelists; G. H. 
Crowell, representing the Methodist Benevolent Association; B. C. 
Horton, of the Louisville Conference; C. C. Fisher, of the Ken- 
tucky Conference; Dr. Dan Atkins, of the Western North Carolina 
Conference; J. J. Robinette, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Dr. Todd told of the progress of the Superannuate Endowment 
Fund, and of plans for the future. 

Miscellaneous. — M. P. Carico took the chair by request of 
Bishop Mouzon. 

J. S. French, Guy Darst and C. K. Wingo made statements 
concerning the Centennial celebration, with its parade and pageant. 

Address. — J. C. Orr led in singing Hymn 415, "Faith of Our 
Fathers." Bishop Mouzon then addressed the Conference on 
"Methodism," the basis of his address being the i6th verse of the 
8th chapter of Romans — "The Spirit himself, beareth witness with 
our spirit that we are the children of God." At the conclusion of 
the address J. C. Orr led in singing "What Wondrous Love is 
This." 

Miscellaneous. — Official papers were referred to their appro- 
priate boards and committees. 

Public Worship. — The Committee on Public Worship an- 



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nounced that D. L. Coale would preach at 3 o'clock this afternoon, 
and that J. N. Hillman, president of Emory and Henry College, 
would address the Conference at 7 130 o'clock tonight. 

Announcement was made of a laymen's banquet Thursday at 
6 p. M. in the Civic Building, and of an automobile ride this after- 
noon for lady visitors. After other announcements, the Conference 
adjourned with the benediction by Bishop Cooke. 



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SECOND DAY. 

Thursday, October 2, 1924. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock A. M., with Bishop Mou- 
zon in the. chair. Hymn No. 2, "Come Thou Almighty King," 
was sung. F. Y. Jackson led in prayer. Hymn No. 19, "Come 
Thou Fount of Every Blessing," was sung, after which Bishop Mou- 
zon made a Bible talk, outlining the theme of yesterday, "Remem- 
ber Jesus Christ," using a part of the second chapter of H Timothy 
as a basis, and reading also from John's gospel. 

The minutes of the first day's session were read and corrected. 

Roll call of absentees showed the following arrivals: 

Clerical.— S. T. M. McPherson, H. C. Clemens, E. F. Kahle, W. R. Snider, 
J. C. Maness, G. M. Moreland, J. W. Perry, M. J. Wysor, J. E. Spring, C. E. 
Painter, S. W. Bourne, H. S. Johnston, W. M. Ellis, W. S. Lyons, J. M. 
Walker, J. V. Hall, W. R. Carbaugh, W, H. Briggs, H. S. Hutsell, W. E. 
Browning, C. R. Jones, G. W. Fox, C. H. Wright, W. H. Harrison, W. D. 
Larrowe, T. H. Gilbert, T. H. Francisco, E. M. Woodward. 

Lay Delegates. — J. N. Hillman, S. W. Keys, C. D. Curtis, R. F. Carr, S. M. 
Jennings, O. J. Hunter, C. F. Bates, F. A. Carter, L. S. Campbell, W. B. 
Palmer, Mrs. E. H. Cassidy, W. R. Bower, D, F. Carr, Mrs. Guy Roop, E. S. 
Finney, C. E. Howell, R. W. Rush. 

The following substitutions were made: Mrs. G. T. Jordan in 
the place of Mrs. F. C. Cook; J. K. Suits in place of Mrs. Paris 
Charles; F. J. Allen in place of Mrs. E. H. Henderson. 

Further roll call was dispensed with, arrivals to be reported in 
writing to the secretary. 

Expenses. — F. A. Carter made a statement concerning the 
movement by Holston laymen to defray railroad expenses of preach- 
ers to and from our Annual Conference. The following resolution 
touching the subject was adopted: 

W/iereaSy the fund to defray traveling expenses of preachers to and from 
Conference is suffering shortage, 



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Resol'ved, That the Conference treasurer be instructed to pay the railroad 
expenses of such preachers only as receive a salary $2,000 or less, with the 
understanding that if any of these preachers have their expenses paid by others, 
they are not to become beneficiaries of the fund. 

J. A. Burrow, 

T. J. ESKRIDGE. 

Books. — Bishop Mouzon talked briefly of certain books which 
he recommended in large measure to the preachers, indicating that 
it was his desire to present to each man received into full connection 
a copy of the book entitled "The Mystery of Preaching," by Dr. 
James Black. 

Undergraduates. — The following persons, having passed ex- 
amination of character and of studies, were advanced to the class of 
the second year: Clarence Waldo Taylor, Ausker Meek Stone, Irby 
Esmond Cregger, Walter Hamilton Simpkins, Solomon Luther 
Payne, John Estel Davis, Harry Allen Murrell, Samuel Edward 
Bratton, Garland Hoge Blessing, Elbert Gordon Fry, Claude 
Thomas Miller, James Roy Belcher, Walter McPherson Dean. 

The following members of this class passed examination of char- 
acter, but not having completed the course of study, were continued 
on trial in the class of the first year: Opie Clinton Clark, Arthur 
Edward Weikle, Carden Adams Hillman, James Clinton Spurlin, 
Clyde Fristo Watkins, Charles Henry Williams. 

Hugh Sevier Carter, of this class, was discontinued at his own 
request. 

Undergraduates. — ^The following persons passed examination 
of character and of studies, and were advanced to the class of the 
fourth year: Wiley Bruce Peck, Richard Lee Parks, Samuel La- 
Fayette Jones, Thomas Marion Bellamy, Charles Lee Cox, William 
Kyle Cregger, Onessus Horner Logan, Carl Herbert Wright. 

Patrick Henry Horner, of this class, passed examination of char- 
acter, but having failed to complete the course of study, was con- 
tinued in the class of the third year. 

The name of Sterling A. Neblett was dropped from our roll, he 
having been transferred to the Cuba Mission Conference several 
years ago, report of same not having been officially made to this 
Conference. 

Deacons Elect. — The following persons passed examination of 
character and of studies, were elected to Deacons' orders and were 
advanced to the class of the third year: David Bishop Baker, Sidney 
Odell Fry, Allen Harvey Mathes, Charles McPherson Fisher, John 



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Willy Hammer, Harry Buttorif Duncan, Taylor Neal Orr, R. Lake 
Wright, Walter McPherson Dean, Frank B. Wyatt, John Cleve- 
land Clark. 

Thomas Henry Francisco passed examination of character and of 
studies and was advanced to the class of the third year, being already 
in Elders' orders. 

The following members of this class passed examination of char- 
acter, but having failed to complete the course of study, were con- 
tinued in the class of the second year: Henry Gordon Holdway, 
William Thomas Moore, William Austin White, William Irvin 
Hanna, Arthur Edward Weikle, Jesse Earl Anderson, George Bas- 
com Henderson. 

Local Deacons. — The following persons, having met the re- 
quirements of the Church, were elected to local Deacons' orders: 
Walter McPherson Dean, Samuel E. Bratton, Crockett C. Bailey, 
Archer Nathaniel Dailey, Zebrum Flanoy Mayberry. 

Elders Elect. — The following persons passed examination of 
character and of studies and were elected to Elders' orders, thereby 
passing out of the classes of undergraduates: Samuel D. Gibson^ 
John B. Staley, Noah Haynes Giesler, William Lassiter Tate, Enoch 
L. McConnell, Elmer' W. Dean. 

Henry Lee Dean, of this class, passed examination of character, 
but having failed to complete the course of study, was continued in 
the class of the fourth year. 

Located. — Frank K. Suddath, of this class, was located. 

Died. — Charles Lee Thomas, of the class of the second year, and 
Henry Milton Houston, of the class of the fourth year, having died 
since our last Conference, their names were referred to the Com- 
mittee on Memoirs. 

Introductions. — The following persons were introduced to the 
Conference: Dr. George R. Stuart, of our First Church, Birming- 
ham, Ala.; Dr. F. S. Parker, General Epworth League Secretary; 
J. B. Tabor, C. M. Pickens, L. T. Cordell, and Carlock Hawk, of 
the Western North Carolina Conference; F. M. Buhrman, of the 
Florida Conference; J. A. Greening, of the Memphis Conference. 
Dr. Parker addressed the Conference in the interest of the Epworth 
League. 

Admitted on Trial. — The following persons, having been 
recommended by their several District Conferences, and having stood 
the required examinations, were admitted into the Conference on 



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trial: Abingdon District — Marvin Smith Kinchelo, Samuel Calvin 
Weatherly; Big Stone Gap District — Herbert Decatur Hart, John 
Garden Graham; Chattanooga District — Moses Easterly Deakins, 
Archer Nathaniel Dailey; Knoxville District — Samuel Luttrell 
Akers; Tazewell District — Arva Vernon Rudy; Wytheville District 
— Willard Saunders Barbary. 

No one was re-admitted. 

Resolution. — The following resolution was adopted: 

At the Conference session of 1917, a Board of Trustees was elected and in- 
structed to incorporate the Conference (see page 30 of Holston Annual of that 
year) . J. S. French and Leon Jourolmon were asked by the Trustees to take 
the necessary steps. All correspondence was had and all docjiments prepared 
when the former of these gentlemen went away with the American army to 
France, turning over to the latter all memoranda and asking him to look after 
It. But Mr. Jourolmon soon afterward became 111 and finally died. Dr. 
French took It for granted that the matter had been disposed of previous to 
Mr. Jourolmon's death, and only learned to the contrary after he had been 
back home for two, or more, years. Search was then made for the memoranda 
turned over to Mr. Jourolmon, but it had become lost with the going by of 
such a length of time, and the whole matter had to be undertaken de novo. 

We are now ready to proceed, but thought the Conference was due the 
above explanation and wish It to pass the following resolutions In order that 
we may have something of recent date when we go before the Legislature: 

Resolved, First, that the Trustees be and are hereby Instructed to petition 
the Legislature of the State of North Carolina to dissolve the charter now held 
In that State by Chapter 14, Private Laws of 1866-67, and to take out a char- 
ter In the State of Tennessee, Incorporating under the style of "The Holston 
Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South." 

2. That John W. Green be elected a trustee In place of Leon Jourolmon, 
deceased J and that A. T. Dosser be elected In place of Judge S. C. Williams, 
who has removed from the bounds of the Conference. 

3. That the Incorporators, viz., W. G. M. Thomas, A. T. Dosser, John W. 
Green, J. A. Burrow, N. M. Watson, F. A. Carter, G. L. Hardwick and J. S. 
French, be empowered, as representatives of this Conference, to take upon 
themselves all the duties and responsibilities which will be imposed under the 
charter. 

4. That a trustee serve for life, or until he resigns, removes from the 
bounds of the Conference, or Is dismissed for cause by the Holston Annual 
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 

5. That vacancies in the Board of Trustees shall be filled on nomination 
of the remaining trustees and confirmation by the Holston Annual Conference 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, such nomination and confirmation 
being necessary to an election. 

In case the Board of Trustees fails to nominate, or the Holston Annual 
Conference falls or refuses to confirm a nomination on or before the fourth 
day of the ensuing annual meeting of said Holston Annual Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, a vacancy exists, which vacancy shall be 



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filled by appointment by the Bishop having- in charge the Holston Annual 

Conference at that time. 

6. That, if it be found possible, the provisions of the last two paragraphs 

be incorporated in the charter. 

G. L. Hardwick, 
J. S. French. 

Education. — Dr. Stonewall Anderson addressed the Confer- 
ence on Christian education. 

Announcements. — I. P. Martin, chairman of the Centennial 
Committee on Public Speakers, explained that Dr. George R. Stuart 
would deliver his address on "Methodism as an Evangelistic Force" 
Thursday night instead of Saturday night, in order that he might fill 
other engagements. 

The Committee on Public Worship announced that the laymen 
would hold a meeting in the church this afternoon. 

Bishop Mouzon announced that he would receive the class into 
full connection at 1 1 o'clock Friday morning. 

During the examination of undergraduate classes, Bishop Mouzon 
gave notice that after this year he would construe the law in our 
Discipline to mean that the written trial sermon must be submitted 
to the Correspondence.School, or to the Pastors' Summer School. 

After other announcements the Conference adjourned with the 
benediction by Bishop Mouzon. 



THIRD DAY. 

Friday, October 3, 1924. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock a. m., with Bishop Mou- 
zon in the chair. Hymn 540, "O Could I Speak the Matchless 
Word," was sung. D. Atkins led in prayer. Bishop Mouzon made 
the morning Bible talk, continuing the theme "Remember Jesus 
Christ," from II Timothy, second chapter, eighth verse, reading 
also the fifth verse of the nineteenth chapter of John's gospel. 

The minutes of yesterday's session were read and approved. 

Introductions. — The following persons were introduced: Dr. 
Hattie Love, one of our medical missionaries to China; Dr. W. C. 
Cram, of the Centenary Missionary Movement; Dr. J. M. Melear, 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and member of the Joint Com- 
mission on Methodist Unification; Dr. J. W. Blackard, of the 
Memphis Conference; Rev. John R. Stewart, of the Tennessee 
Conference; Rev. P. L. Terrell, of the Western North Carolina 



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Conference; Dr. W. F. Price, of the North Alabama Conference; 
Mrs. C. W. Turpin, of Nashville, and author of the pageant to be 
presented tonight; ex-Governor Nat Harris, of Georgia. 

Bishop Hoss. — The following resolution was adopted by a stand- 
ing vote: 

W/iereas, the body of our beloved Bishop E. Embree Hoss, and that of his 
wife, has been returned from the State of Oklahoma to his own native State 
and now rests with the ashes of his departed kindred at Jonesboro, Tenn.j and 

W/tereas, it is fitting- that Holston Conference — the Conference which he 
loved so much and served so well — should honor his memory and distinguished 
service in same appropriate manner; therefore be it 

Resol'ved, That the preachers and laymen of Holston Conference undertake 
to erect at his grave a monument of Tennessee marble that will be becoming 
to a citizen so great, a scholar so distinguished, a preacher so popular, and a 
Bishop so worthy, and at the same time show the proper respect of a great 
Conference for a great man. 

Resolved Further^ That Bishop Mouzon be requested to appoint a com- 
mittee of five — three preachers and two laymen — who shall undertake to carry 
this resolution into effect. This committee when appointed shall meet and or- 
ganize, with a chairman, secretary and treasurer, form some estimate of the 
amount necessary for such a monument, and report to this Conference before 
adjournment. 

T. C. SCHULER, 
T. J. ESKRIDGE, 

John C. Orr, 
T. R. Handy. 

Special Order. — On motion of J. S. French 10:30 o'clock this 
morning was made the order of the day for hearing the fraternal 
messenger from the Western North Carolina Conference. 

Admitted on Trial. — Roy Lee Osborne, having been recom- 
mended by the Abingdon District Conference, and having passed 
the required examinations, was admitted on trial. 

Advanced. — Millard Conway Weikel passed examination of 
character and of studies, and was advanced to the class of the third 
year, being already a Deacon. 

Orders Recognized. — Joseph Earl Gilbreath was recognized 
as a local preacher in Elder's orders from the Evangelical Congrega- 
tional Church. 

Address. — The hour for the special order of the day having ar- 
rived, J. S. French, chairman of our Commission on Centennial 
Celebration, briefly introduced the speaker. Rev. C. M. Pickens, fra- 
ternal messenger from the Western North Carolina Conference, 
who spoke on "Methodism in the North Carolina Mountains." 



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Statistical Reports. — A representative from the Abingdon, 
Big Stone Gap and Bluefield Districts read a statistical exhibit from 
improvised blackboards on the walls of the church. 

Referred. — The following persons were referred to the Com- 
mittee on Conference Relation for the supernumerary relation: 
J. A. Lyons, C. A. Beard, C. R. Brown, J. W. Helvey. 

For the superannuate relation: J. I. Cash, L. K. Haynes, C. M. 
James, W. D. Mitchell, R. S. Umberger, J. W. Carnes, F. Alexan- 
der, J. W. Repass, W. I. Fogleman, D. H. Carr, J. C. Maness, 
J. M. Romans, 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. Carner, G. S. Wagner, T. R. Handy, G. W. 
Simpson, M. J. Wysor, J. E. Naff, T. D. Strader, J. S. Henley, 
W. N. Wagner, S. T. M. McPherson, L. L. H. Carlock, G. A. 
Maiden, L. S. Reynolds, W. H. Troy, G. O. Gannaway, G. W. 
Summers, W. H. Price, J. H. Kern, J. A. L. Perkins, J. M. Paxton. 

G. W. Jackson, W. C. Carden, J. H. Parrott, J. S. W. Neel, 
G. D. French, having died during the year, their names were re- 
ferred to the Committee on Memoirs. 

Passage of Character. — The following persons passed exam- 
ination of character: 

J. R. Brown, H. E. Bradshaw, H. S. Johnston, J. B. Ely, J. A. Ellison, 
J. S. French, N. F. Walker, S. C. Beard, W. E. Bailey, A. B. Hunter, J. C. Orr, 
W. H. Walker, Josephus Henby, W. M. Bunts, W. B. Mitchell, E. F. Kahle, 
I. P. Martin, R. T. McDowell, S. S. Boyer, W. H. Briggs, R. G. Reynolds, 
W. R. Carbaugh, H. A. Carlton, A. M. Quails, W. D. Farmer, J. W. Stewart, 
W. C. Thompson, G. W. Fox, D. B. Wright, E. N. Woodward, M. A. Steven- 
son, R. W. Watts, J. F. Benton, K. W. Cox, Y. W. Brooks, R. H. Ballard, J. M. 
Paxton, J. A. Bays, F. Y. Jackson, J. M. Carter, L. W. Pierce, H. S. Hutsell, 
W. H. Harrison, J. M. Wysor, G. T. Jordon, B. T. Sells, R. E. Greer, S. H. 
Austin, E. M. Ritchie, L. E. Hoppe, W. L. Dykes, S. W. Bourne, John W. 
Browning, W. B. Belchee, W. S. Neighbors, W. R. Snider, J. A. Henderson, 
W. M. Morrell, N. Rhea Cartright, T. J. Houts, C. G. Eastwood, Paul P. Mar- 
tin, E. H. Yankee, R. N. Havens, C, R. Jones, R. C. Camper, S. A. McCanless, 
G. M. Moreland, E. R. Lewis, L. M. Cartright, C. G. Hounshell, J. A. Burrow, 
R. K. Triplett, A. S. Ulm, R. A. Kelly, W. M. Patty, R. E. Early, J. A. H. 
Shuler, D. F. Wyrick, C. N. Kennedy, French Wampler, J. N. Smith, W. T. 
Evans, George E. Erwin, C. W. Dean, J. W. Malone, J. E. Lowry, J. H. 
Lotspelch, R. M. Standefer, T. H. Gilbert, O. C. Wright, W. A. McCormack, 
J. L. Mullens, Hugh E. Kelso, J. C. Patty, C. W. Kelley, G. K. Patty, C. K. 
Wingo, S. L. Browning, C. E. Lundy, T. R. Wolfe, P. P. Tabor, C. T. 
Gray, J. F. Jones, J. C. Logan, J. H. Watkins, J. A. Baylor, J. B. Frazier, 
Bascom Waters, J. W. Carter, J. W. Perry, Roy T. Houts, E. D. Worley, 
S. A. McGhee, J. W. Morris, H. B. Vaught, R. B. Piatt, Jr., H. S. Hamilton, 
S. B. Vaught, W. E. Browning, R. M. Walker, J. R. King, J. M. Walker, 
J. Nelson Jones, P. L. Cobb, A. B. Moore, A. F. Phenix, J. L. Scott, A. H. 



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Towe, C. G. McKay, Z. B. Randall, J. B. Simpson, C. A. Pangle, W. S. Lyons, 
L. D. Yost, K. G. Munsey, J. D. Dame, J. H. Umberger, E. H. Cassldy, C. E. 
Painter, D. P. Hurley, R. A. Owen, E. L. Addington, Thomas Priddy, W. B. 
Larrowe, B. N. Waterhouse, Walter Hodge, W. C. Harris, J. H. Kern, C. E. 
Steele, A. S. Thorn, C. L. Stradley, J. G. Helvey, F. B. Shelton, W. A. McKee, 
J. A. Early, W. P. Eastwood, E. H. Cole, S. V. Morell, J. V. Hall, L. M. 
Burris, W. M. Ellis, I. N. Munsey, R. L. Evans, J. A. L. Perkins, H. B. Brown, 
M. Quessenberry, L. D. Mayberry, J. F. Barnett, J. E. Spring, J. M. Crowe, 
F. R. Snavely. 

H. S. Hamilton was left effective. 

Received by Transfer. — Question 9. "Who are received by 
transfer from other Conferences?" J. M. Putnam, an Elder from 
the Tennessee Conference; W. F. Blackard, an Elder from the 
Memphis Conference. Both of these brethren passed examination 
of character. 

Received Into Full Connection. — The following persons, 
having met the requirements of the Church, were called before the 
chancel, impressively addressed by Bishop Mouzon, propounded the 
Disciplinary questions, and then, by vote of the Conference, were 
received into full connection: David Bishop Baker, Sidney Odell 
Fry, Allen Harvey Mathes, Charles McPherson Fisher, John Willy 
Hammer, Harry Buttorff Duncan, Taylor Neal Orr, Frank B. 
Wyatt, John Cleveland Clark, R. Lake Wright, Walter McPher- 
son Dean, Millard Conway Weikel. 

Arrivals. — W. I. Hawk, delegate from the Abingdon District, 
in place of N. K. Doane, who has gone home; Mrs. Emma N. Edds, 
delegate from Rose Hill, Va.; D. W. Keys, delegate from the 
Abingdon District; D. S. Hearon and J. W. Repass, clerical mem- 
bers. 

After announcements the Conference adjourned with the bene- 
diction by Bishop Mouzon. 



FOURTH DAY. 

Saturday, October 4, 1924. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock A. M., with Bishop Mou- 
zon in the chair. Hymn 146, "Alas, and Did My Savior Bleed," 
was sung. J. R. Brown led in prayer. Hymn 143, "In the Cross of 
Christ I Glory," was sung. Bishop Mouzon continued his Bible 
talk, combining II Timothy, second chapter, eighth verse, with Ga- 
latians, second chapter, twentieth verse, so as to read, "Remember 
Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself 



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The minutes of yesterday's session were read and approved. 

J. A. Lyons was referred to the Committee on Conference Re- 
lations for the superannuate's relation. 

Telegram. — ^The following telegram was read: 

Abingdon, Va., October 3, 1924. 
Bishop Mouzon, President the Holston Conference, Knoxville, Tenn. : 

The East Tennessee Conference, in session in Charles Wesley Church, sends 
greetings to the Holston Conference and hearty felicitations on its one hundredth 
anniversary. We accept Bishop Mouzon's slogan, "Back to Wesley," and may 
we follow in the footsteps of Asbury, our great American Methodist exemplar, 
and emulate his holy passion for evangelism and sacrificial service in the name 
of Jesus, our Lord and Master. 

Wilbur P. Thirkield, President, 
L. N. Hamilton, Secretary. 

The secretary was instructed to make suitable reply. 

Methodist Advocate. — ^The following report was read: 

Your Commissioners for the Methodist Advocate submit the following re- 
port for your consideration and adoption: 

In our annual meeting on September 9, 1924, all the clerical members were 
present and one layman, ^Colonel C. F. Bates, of the Holston Conference. 

Dr. James A. Burrow was re-elected Editor for another year on the same 
salary as heretofore. 

The report of the publishers, Lamar & Barton, is hereto attached as part 
of our report. This statement reveals the fact that, while the subscription list 
is very little larger than it was a year ago, nevertheless the paper is on a better 
financial basis than it was at that time. 

There are but two ways to finance a Conference paper. One is to increase 
its circulation till the subscription list will carry the cost of publication. In 
our case it would require a subscription list of fifteen to eighteen thousand (ac- 
cording to advertising space used) , or five to six thousand subscribers in each of 
the three Conferences. Your Commission had hoped to reach these figures during 
the year just ending; not so much to avoid an assessment as to get the paper 
into the homes of our people. Fifteen thousand subscribers would not repre- 
sent more than one-third of the hom^s of our constituency. 

The other method is to levy an annual assessment for the paper, which 
seems to be the prevailing method throughout our Church at large. The need 
for a Conference paper, as a medium of disseminating religious teachings and 
the news of the various church activities, was never greater. Great issues are 
continuously before us, involving the welfare of the present and future genera- 
tions. The daily press is exceedingly generous in giving space for church news. 
However, we cannot hope to get adequate space from this source for the thor- 
ough discussion of all the problems that so vitally concern the church. It is, 
therefore, practically impossible to do our work without an organ of com- 
munication. Our field is ample for its support and should be worked with all 
diligence. If this is intelligently done your Commission believes that the ne- 
cessity for an assessment after next year will be entirely removed. We, there- 
fore, recommend: 



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I. That the same assessment be levied for the paper for 1924-25 as for 
the past year, namely, $2,000 for each of the Conferences, and that this amount 
be apportioned by the Conference Boards of Finance in the same manner as 
the other assessments for "Conference Work." 

7,. That each Conference make definite plans for a campaign for sub- 
scribers in each presiding- elder's district and in each pastoral charge. 

3. That the pastors be requested to give personal attention to the circula- 
tion of the paper, with generous publicity from their pulpits and co-operation 
with committees appointed, so that plans shall be made for definite presentation 
of the claims of the paper in all the homes of their several charges. 

4. That we shall all make prompt report to our Editor of such news 
items as may be of interest to the people and especially of those achievements 
of our churches which may constitute an inspiring example for others to 
follow. 

By order of the Commission, 

T. C. Ragsdale, Chairman. 
Jno. R. Stewart, Secretary. 

We recommend the adoption of this report and the carrying out of the 
plans indicated. Signed by 

E. E. Wiley, 
N. M. Watson, 
Creed F. Bates, 

October i, 1924. Commissioners of Holston. 

To the Commissioners of the Methodist Advocate: 

Dear Brethren — We submit the following report of the financial status of 
the Methodist Advocate, published by us under the agreement made with each 
of the three Annual Conferences at their session in 1922. 

INCOME. 

Receipts from subscriptions $ 9,860.15 

Receipts from advertising 35775-92 

Total $13,636.07 

COSTS. 

Postage 445.88 

Manufacturing 11,217.83 

Expense 4,244.27 

Total $15,907.98 

This leaves a deficit of 2,271.91 

The financial statement for the year October i, 1922, to October i, 1923, 
showed a deficit of $5,087.39. On this deficit there has been paid to us from 
the assessment levied for this purpose — 

From the Tennessee Conference $ 659.00 

From the Holston Conference 432.81 

Total $1,091.81 

which, deducted from the $5,087.39, leaves a balance of $3,995.58 still due 
us on the year 1922-23. 



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CIRCULATION. 

The present circulation of the Advocate in the three Conferences is 8,567. 
September i, 1923, it was 8,529, showing- an increase of 42. The present 
circulation divided by Conferences is as follows: 

Holston 3j5o8 

Memphis 2,478 

Tennessee 2,581 

Respectfully submitted, 

Lamar & Barton, Agents. 
Nashville, Tenn., September 9, 1924. 

On motion of E. A, Shugart, the report was adopted. 

Books Presented. — Bishop Mouzon called the class received 
yesterday into full connection and presented each one with a copy 
of the book, "Mystery of Preaching." 

J. S. French presented Bishop Mouzon with the five volumes of 
Dr. R. N. Price's history of "Holston Methodism." Bishop Mouzon 
responded in brief words of appreciation. 

Located. — W. B. Mitchell, from the Abingdon District, and 
J. Wiley Akers, from the Big Stone Gap District, were located. 
No one has withdrawn or been expelled. 

Lay Leader. — Announcement was made that Prof. J. E. Avent, 
of Knoxville, had been elected by the laymen as Conference Lay 
Leader. 

Next Conference. — Question 42. "Where shall the next 
Conference be held?" T. C. Schuler nominated State Street Church, 
Bristol; S. D. Long and R. N. Havens nominated Trinity Church, 
Chattanooga; Z. B. Randall nominated Grove Avenue Church, East 
Radford. Trinity, Chattanooga, was chosen, and the vote was made 
unanimous. 

Miscellaneous. — J. A. Baylor, retiring architectural secretary 
of the General Board of Church Extension, addressed the Confer- 
ence in the interest of church extension. 

Preachers' Reports. — Blackboard statistical reports by districts 
were resumed, Chattanooga, Cleveland, Knoxville and Morristown 
Districts thus reporting. 

The Conference stood and sang "O for a Closer Walk With 
God." 

Committee. — Bishop Mouzon announced the following com- 
mittee, called for in the movement to erect a monument at the grave 



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of Bishop E. E. Hoss: W. S. Neighbors, J. S. French, J. W. Perry, 
W. E. Brock, F. A. Carter. 

Dr. J. N. Hillman announced a "get-together" meeting of the 
friends of Emory and Henry College, with dinner tonight at the 
Civic Building. 

Telegram. — The following telegram was read: 

St. Louis, Mo., October 3, 1924. 
Rev. J. A. Burrow: 

Amount paid on special effort quotas for superannuate endowment by all 
the charg-es of your Annual Conference for year just closed is $39,343.33- 

Luther E. Todd. 

Unification. — The following resolution was adopted, with 
practical unanimity, brief comments being made by N. M. Watson 
and Bishop Mouzon: 

W/iereas, after four quadrennlums of negotiation and many of discussion, 
the Joint Commission on the Unification of Methodism has reached an agree- 
ment on a plan which it recommended to the General Conferences for adop- 
tion j and 

W/iereas, the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and 
the called session of General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, have acted favorably and with overwhelming majorities 5 and 

W/iereas, no other plan, after long years of discussion, has ever been pro- 
posed which the Joint Commission recommended, or either General Conference 
adopted, nor has any one proposed an alternative plan or modifications of the 
one approved by the Joint Commission and the General Conferences j and 

W/iereas, the proposal of this plan, looking to closer union and co-opera- 
tion of these two branches of Methodism has already encouraged a number of 
churches in Holston territory to cultivate a friendlier spirit and to manifest a 
desire to unite their congregations j therefore. 

Resolved, First, that the proposed plan furnishes the best working basis 
without coercion, making possible the union of churches in communities that 
so desire, the number of which is steadily growing in this territory, where 
rivalry has been greatest and the antagonisms strongest. 

2. We urge our people in the Holston Conference to give consideration 
to this plan in the spirit of prayer, abstaining from all personalities and un- 
brotherliness in the discussion. 

3. We deplore any uncharitable, acrimonious or unchristian spirit in the 
discussion of this matter anywhere, or any appeal to sectional differences and 
antagonism for the purpose of awakening prejudice. Ours Is a world Church, 
and "invites all alike to become fellow citizens of the Saints and the House- 
hold of God." 

4. We respectively urge our people In those regions of our Church which 
have not been affected by such rivalries and overlapping, waste of men and 
money, as we have been. In the setting of Methodist altar against Methodist 
altar, to consider this matter without passion or prejudice, and with prayer 
and yearning to know and to do the will of Christ. We feel assured that 
they will not be unmindful of us when they come to act. 



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5. We shall loyally abide by the verdict of the Church while we pray 
for the coming of Methodist Unification, and the advancement of the King- 
dom of Jesus Christ. We entreat our pastors and people not to permit the 
discussion of the hour to divide their minds or to distract their efforts from 
the great tasks before us in bringing a lost world to God. 

J. W. Perry, 
J. S. French, 
N. M. Watson, 
F. A. Weiss, 
F. A. Carter, 
W. E. Brock, 
R. E. Lazenby, 
Lavens M. Thomas. 

Lay Activities. — The Board of Lay Activities made report, 
which was discussed by J. E. Avent, E. E. Wiley, J. E. Wolfe, Phil 
Taylor, T. R. Wolfe, J. A. Baylor. Further consideration of the 
report was postponed, that the Commission on Finance might pass 
upon the asked- for increase in assessment. 

Resolution. — The following resolution was adopted. 

We have heard, with deep sorrow, of the death of Mr. Charles Gordon 
Hamilton, a son of our brother. Rev. T. S. Hamilton, a former member of this 
Conference, and we wish to express to him and his our most sincere sympathy 
and assure them of our prayers. 

We request the secretary of our Conference to send a copy of this paper 
to Bro. Hamilton. 

W. E. Brock, 
J. S. French, 
L. M. Thomas. 

Holston Annual. — The secretary of the Conference made a 
statement concerning the publishing fund for our Conference min- 
utes. On motion of F. Y. Jackson, the Conference Boards were in- 
structed to make the same appropriations as last year for this fund. 

Orders Recognized. — Vance McDonald Ross was recognized 
in Elder's orders from the Missionary Baptist Church. 

Reports. — The Board of Education made Reports Nos. i, 2 and 
3, which were adopted. See Supplement "B.". 

On motion of J. A. Burrow it was decided that when we adjourn 
it be to meet in memorial session Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 

W. F. Blackard was put on the Bible Board in place of F. J. 
Prettyman, transferred from us. 

Public Worship. — The Committee on Public Worship an- 
nounced the following preaching assignments for Sunday: 



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SUNDAY PREACHING SERVICES. 

Broad Street — 10:30 A. M., N. M. Watson; 7:30 p. m., J. A. Baylor. 

Centenary — 10:30, J. C. Orr; 7:30, Thomas Priddy. 

Church Street — 10:30, Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon; 7:30, Dr. J. W. Perry. 

Clyde A'venue — 10:30, O. C. Wright; 7:30, W. D. Farmer. 

Emerald Avenue — 10:30, Harry Hustell; 7:30, C. G. Hounshell. 

Efivorth — R. B. Piatt; 7:30, G. W. Fox. 

Fifteenth Street — 10:30, W. S. Lyons; 7:30, J. G. Helvey. 

Fountain City — 10:30, R. A. Kelly; 7:30, L. W. Pierce. 

Lincoln Park — 10:30, H. B. Vaught; 7:30, H, A. Carlton. 

Macedonia — 10:30, C. E. Steele; 7:30, B. T. Sells. 

Magnolia Avenue — 10:30, W. S. Hendricks; 7:30, R. G. Reynolds. 

Perry^s Chafel — 10:30, I. N. Munsey; 7:30, Sam Jones. 

Roseberry — 10:30, D. F. Wyrick; 7:30, A. S. Ulm. 

Virginia Avenue — 10:30, W. E. Browning; 7:30, C. E. Jones. 

Washington Pike — 10:30, E. W, Dean; 7:30, E. H. Cole. 

Lonsdale Methodist Efiscofal Church — 10:30, A. M. Stone; 7:30, J. H. 
Lotspeich. 

Marble Hill — 10:30, A. F. Phenix; 7:30, S. S. Boyer. 

Powell Station — 10:30, W. C. Thompson. 

Maryville M. E. Church, South — 10:30, S. B. Vaught. 

Brookside — 10:30, L. D. Mayberry; 7:30, E. L. Addington. 

Careyville — 10:30, C. G. McKay. 

Fifth Avenue Christian Church — 10:30, W. M. Morrell. 

Park City Methodist Efiscofal Church — 10:30, S. T. M. McPherson. 

Bell Avenue Baptist Church — 10:30^ Dr. J. M. Crowe. 

First Baptist Church — 10:30, Dr. J. S. French; 7:30, Rev. M. A. Stevenson. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church — 10:30, Dr. J. W. Perry. 

Second Presbyterian Church — 7:30, Frank Y. Jackson. 

Fourth Presbyterian Church — Dr. W. S. Neighbors. 

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church — 7:30, J. M. Carter. 

Friends Church — 10:30, W. P. Eastwood; 7:30, J. M. Wysor. " 

Second Methodist Episcopal Church — 10:30, J. A. Bays; 7:30, J. F. 
Benton. 

Lonsdale Methodist Episcopal Church — 10:30, R. E. Greer; 7:30, E. M. 
Ritchey. 

Whittle Springs — 10:30, W. A. McCormack; 7:30, R. K. Triplett. 

Oakvjood Methodist Episcopal Church — 10:30, R. K. Triplett; 7 :30, W. A. 
McCormack. 



Deacon-Elect. — Henry Gordon Holdway was elected to local 
Deacon's orders. 

A Success. — Bishop Mouzon expressed his appreciation of the 



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excellent work done by all who had any part in the program of 
the Centennial celebration of Holston's one hundred years of his- 
tory. He pronounced it as deserving of high praise. 

After announcements the Conference adjourned with the bene- 
diction by J. A. Baylor. 



FIFTH DAY— MEMORIAL SESSION. 

Sunday, October 5, 1924. 

The Conference convened in memorial session Sunday afternoon 
at 3 o'clock, with T. R. Handy in the chair, by appointment of 
Bishop Mouzon. Hymn 260, "One Sweetly Solemn Thought," 
was sung. 

J. E. Naff read a Scripture lesson from the sixth chapter of John's 
gospel, verses 32-40. G. A. Maiden led in prayer. T. R. Handy 
made appropriate remarks, declaring that 176 members of the Con- 
ference have died since he came into the Conference, making 249 
deaths since the organisation in 1824. 

E. H. Cassidy read a memoir of George D. French, written by 
E. E. Wiley. 

J. A. H. Shuler read a memoir of George W. Jackson. 

Mrs. James Rule, of Knoxville, sang "Crossing the Bar." 

S. B. Vaught read memoirs of John H. Parrott and of Mrs. 
John H. Parrott. 

I. P. Martin read a memoir of Eugene Blake. 

J. C. Orr and A. B. Hunter sang "Death Is Only a Dream." 

C. M. Fisher read a memoir of Charles L. Thomas, one of the 
undergraduates of our Conference. 

W. M. Morrell read a memoir of George L. Lambert. 

E. H. Yankee read a memoir of W. C. Carden. 

I. P. Martin read a memoir of H. M. Houston, written by R. M. 
Archibald, of Alabama. 

The Conference stood and sang "The Sweet By and By." 

I. P. Martin read a memoir of John S. W. Neel. 



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J. A. Bays read a memoir of Fred Gordon, written by M. P. 
Carico. 

S. T. M. McPherson read a memoir of Mrs. J. W. Repass. 

On account of the lateness of the hour, memoirs of Mrs. D. B. 
Baker, Mrs. W. D. Mitchell and Mrs. E. B. Robertson were filed 
with the secretary, without reading, for publication in the Holston 
Annual. 

The Conference adjourned with the benediction by T. R. Handy. 



SIXTH DAY. 



Monday, October 6, 1924. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock a. m., with Bishop Mou- 
zon in the chair. Hymn 171, "Hail, Thou Once Despised Jesus," 
was sung. J. T. Frazier led in prayer. Bishop Mouzon talked again 
from II Timothy 2:8, "Remember Jesus Christ, risen from the 
dead according to my gospel." 

The minutes of Saturday morning's session and of Sunday after- 
noon's memorial session were read and approved. 

Ordination. — Bishop Mouzon submitted the following certifi- 
cate of ordination on Sunday: 

Certificate of Ordination. — I, Edwin D. Mouzon, one of the Bishops of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, do hereby certify that on Sunday, October 
the fifth, in the year of our Lord 1924, following the morning sermon in 
Church Street Church, Knoxville, Tenn., I did ordain the following deacons: 

David Bishop Baker, Sidney Odell Fry, Allen Harvey Mathes, Charles 
McPherson Fisher, John Willy Hammer, Harry Buttorff Duncan, Taylor Neal 
Orr, Frank B. Wyatt, John Cleveland Clark, Robert Lake Wright, Walter Mc- 
Pherson Dean, Samuel E. Bratton, Crockett C. Bailey, Archer Nathaniel Dailey, 
Zebrum Flanoy Mayberry, and Henry Gordon Holdway. 

Also at the same time and place, being assisted by Elders present, I did or- 
dain the following Elders: Samuel V. Gibson, John B. Staley, Noah Haynes 
Giesler, William Lassiter Tate, Enoch L. McConnell, and Elmer W. Dean. At 
the same time and place J. Earle Gilbreath took upon him the vows of an 
Elder without the reimposition of hands, he having been previously ordained 
according to the usage of the Congregational Church. 

Edwin D. Mouzon. 

Knoxville, Tenn., October 6, 1924. 

A Visitor. — Bishop W. P. Thirkield, of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, was introduced, and made felicitous remarks on our com- 
mon Methodism. 



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Training School. — A communication from citizens of Prince- 
ton, W. Va., concerning a proposed training school there, was re- 
ferred to the Board of Education. 

Reports. — The Commission on Finance made report, which was 
adopted. See Supplement "D." 

The Board of Church Extension made report, which was adopted. 
See Supplement "E." 

Admitted. — Henry W. Mangum, having been recommended 
by the Knoxville District Conference, and having passed the re- 
quired examinations, was admitted on trial. 

Orders Recognized. — Edward R. Chambers was recognized as 
a traveling elder from the Canadian Methodist Church. 

Conference Relations. — The Committee on Conference Re- 
lations submitted the following report, which was adopted: 

For the Supernumerary relation we recommend C. A. Beard, C. R. Brown, 
J. W. Helvey. 

For the Superannuate, we recommend J. I. Cash, L. K. Haynes, C. M. James, 
W. D. Mitchell, R. S. Umberg-er, J. W. Carnes, F. Alexander, J. W. Repass, 
W. I. Fogleman, D. H. Carr, J. C. Maness, J. M. Romans, 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. Frazler, G. A. Carner, T. R. Handy, G. W. Simp- 
son, M. J. Wysor, J. E. Naff, T. D. Strader, J. S. Henley, W. N. Wag-ner, 
S. T. M. McPherson, L. L. H. Carlock, G. A. Maiden, L. S. Reynolds, W. H. 
Troy, G. O. Gannaway, G. W. Summers, W. H. Price, J. M. Paxton, J. H. 
Kern, J. A. L. Perkins, J. A. Lyons. 

We leave G. S. Wagner effective. 

Thos. Priddy, Chairman. 
J. G. Helvey, Secretary. 

Report. — The Hospital Board made report, which was adopted. 
See Supplement 'T." 

Cabinet Retires. — P. L. Cobb was called to the chair by Bishop 
Mouzon, while the Cabinet retired for consultation. 

Reports. — ^The Sunday School Board made report, which was 
adopted. See Supplement "G." 

The Board of Christian Literature made report, which was 
adopted. See Supplement "H." 

The Chattanooga Savings Bank submitted a report, as treasurer 
of our Conference funds, which report goes to record. See Supple- 
ment "I." On motion of J. A. Burrow the Bank and Rev. J. V. 



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Holdam, special bank official for our Conference business, were given 
a vote of appreciation and thanks for the fine service of the past ten 
years. 

The Committee on Sabbath Observance made report, which was 
adopted. See Supplement "J." 

The Committee on Spiritual State of the Church made report, 
which noted 6,720 accessions to our Church on profession of faith. 
Thomas Priddy, one of our general evangelists, spoke briefly to the 
report, which was adopted. See Supplement "K." 

The Bible Board made report, which was adopted. See Supple- 
ment "L." 

The Board of Finance, through its treasurer, made report, which 
was adopted. See Supplement "M." 

The Board of Education made report, which was adopted. See 
Supplement "B." 

The Board of Missions made Reports i, 2 and 3, J. W. Perry 
spoke to the reports, which were adopted. See Supplement "C," 

Bishop Mouzon resumed the chair. 

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

This session of our Annual Conference, marking, as it does, the close of 
one hundred years of our existence, in which the hand of God has been so 
manifest, and this session also marking, as it does, the beginning of another 
century, stirs greatly our aspirations and hopes. And since the laymen of 
Church Street Church, with other factors, have contributed to making this 
occasion all that we could expect} therefore 

Resol'ved, That by a rising vote we express our heartfelt appreciation to the 
pastor, W. F. Blackard} to Mr. Frank Weiss, chairman of the Entertainment 
Committee; to those associated with him, to all the homes in which we have 
been so graciously entertained, to the Knoxville city officials, to the hotels, to 
the daily papers, to the local banks, to the Centennial Commission, and all 
others having any part in making this a great Conference occasion. 

Frank Y. Jackson, 
J. A. Lyons, 
R. E. Early. 

Reconsideration. — On motion of H. E. Kelso the report of 
the Committee on Conference Relations was reconsidered. On mo- 
tion of N. M. Watson the report was then amended by placing G. S. 
Wagner on the superannuate list. The report as amended was then 
adopted. 

Reports. — The treasurer of the Board of Education made re- 
port, which was adopted. See Supplement "B." 



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I. P. Martin, secretary and treasurer of the Christian Education 
Movement in Holston, made report. Bishop Mouzon exhorted. The 
report was then adopted as follows: 

As Secretary-Treasurer of the Christian Education Movement, I submit 
the following' report of collections during- the year ending September 2 5t]i, 
1924: 

Abingdon $ 18,057.43 

Big- Stone Gap 1,159.25 

Bluefield 4,731.72 

Chattanooga 1,388.53 

Cleveland 1,320.25 

Knoxville 5,181.90 

Morristown .- 4,545.00 

Radford (includes Princeton) 22,106.40 

Tazewell 53)352. 90 

Wytheville 1,065.86 

$1 12,900.24 
I. P. Martin, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Orphanage. — F. A. Carter submitted from our Holston Or- 
phanage the following report: 

Report of Holston Orphanage from September 25, 1923, to October i, 
1924: 

Children in Orphanage September 25, 1923 95 

Children received from Sept. 25, 1923, to Oct. i, 1924 81 

Children placed in homes since Sept. 25, 1924 47 

Children returned to parents 4 

Children lost by death i 

Children sent to college i 53 28- 

On roll October i, 1924 123 

Expenditures during year 1923-1924 $28,794.27 

Average children in home no 

Cost per capita $ 261.76 

Expenditures 1923-24 

Salary $ 1,500.00 

Current expense 16,262.50 

Clothing 1,419.82 

Fifth Sunday iji 77-75 

Traveling expense 332.27 

Other expense . 3,196.96 

Insurance 157.50 

Office (paid by F. A. Weiss) 1,200.00 

Miscellaneous 225,55 

Farm 656.92 

Interest 2,000.00 

School 425.00 

Board 240.00 

$28,794.27 



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We have installed during the year infirmary and complete operating- outfit. 

We request the Conference to reappoint as directors of the Orphanage Dr. 
J. A. Burrow, F. A. Weiss, F. B. St. John, P. A. Dunn, F. A. Carter. We re- 
quest the Conference to confirm the appointment of J. L. Hardin as superin- 
tendent. We ask the Conference to make the assessment for the Orphanage 
this year a minimum of $1,5005 more, if possible. 

We request the Conference to indicate Sunday, December 14, as "Orphanage 
Pay-Up Day," covering unpaid subscriptions to building fund, on which 
every-member canvass will be had. 

We request the Conference to continue the privilege of asking churches to 
give the Orphanage their fifth Sunday morning open basket collection. 

F. A. Carter. 

BUILDING FUND, OCTOBER i, 1924. 

District Amt. Subscribed Amt. Paid Amt. Past Due 

Abingdon $ 9,315.71 $ 75036.37 $ 2,279.34 

Big Stone Gap 5,788.82 3,914.80 1,874.02 

Bluefield 12,209.11 8,213.28 3)995-83 

Chattanooga 12,007.45 8,348.09 35659.36 

Cleveland 10,992.77 8,020.21 2,972.56 

Knoxville 315384.33 28,276.77 3,107.56 

Morristown 20,380.44 14,916.54 5,463.90 

Radford 5,726:29 5,074.32 651.97 

Tazewell 10,487.46 5,909.66 4,577.80 

Wytheville 4,924.29 4,031.13 893.16 



$123,216.67 $93,741.17 $29,475.50 

ASSETS 

Buildings $127,846.29 

Land 61,125.00 

Equipment . 11,452.54 

Live stock 1,500.00 

Real estate loans $800 

" 400 

" " " 400 — 1,600.00 

Laundry 1,000.00 

Jonesboro Bank stock 2,500.00 

Cornett fund, $400 — interest only. 

Fidelity Trust Company bonds — Brown fund 600.00 

Hudson Home, Athens 2,000.00 

Subscriptions — Unpaid 29,475.50 

Automobiles • 500.00 

Insurance 1,000.00 

Interest 988.59 

Other assets 5,000.00 

Cash — Chattanooga Savings Bank $3,786.52 

1,077.88 — 4,864.40 — $251,452.32 

LIABILITIES 

Notes payable $ 40,360.00 

Capital invested 211,092.32 — $251,452.32 



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Vows Taken. — Vance McDonald Ross, recognized as an Elder 
from the Missionary Baptist Church, took our Disciplinary vows 
without reimposition of hands. 

Centennial Commission. — The Centennial Commission's re- 
port of the memorable celebration of our one hundred years of Con- 
ference history was read and listened to with keenest interest, vigor- 
ously applauded and then adopted by a rising vote. See Supple- 
ment "N." 

Time Extended. — The time of this session was extended to 
complete the business, and receive the appointments. 

Statistical Reports. — Brief statistical reports were made by 
the presiding elders of the Radford, Tazewell and Wytheville 
Districts. 

Presents. — J. C. Orr, on behalf of the Abingdon District, pre- 
sented the retiring presiding elder, T. C. Schuler, with a rocking 
chair. Bro. Schuler responded. 

Roy E. Early, on behalf of the Cleveland District, presented the 
retiring presiding elder, J. E. Wolfe, and wife, with a purse of 
$100 in gold. Bro. Wolfe responded. 

H. A. Carlton, on behalf of the Big Stone Gap District, pre- 
sented the retiring presiding elder, E. A. Shugart, and wife, with a 
check for $50. Bro. Shugart responded. 

J. M. Carter, on behalf of the Bluefield District, presented their 
retiring presiding elder, M. P. Carico, with a traveling bag. Bro. 
Carico responded. 

R. T. McDowell presented Bishop Mouzon with his book, 
"Prayer Life." 

Grave-Stone. — The following paper was adopted, the three 
persons signing the same being appointed the committee called for: 

W/zereaSy we are told that the grave of Dr. Samuel Patton remains un- 
marked and neglected} therefore 

Resolved^ That a committee of three be appointed to take a free-will of- 
fering to put a suitable stone over the dust of this distinguished leader in the 
pioneer days of Methodism in Holston. 

J. I. Cash, 
T. R. Handy, 
J. A. Lyons. 

A Protest. — Being absent when the vote was taken indorsing 
the proposed Plan of Unification, the request of James A. Lyons that 
he go to record as opposing said plan was granted by consent of the 
Conference. 



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Report. — The Epworth League made report, which was adopt- 
ed. See Supplement "O." 

Present. — Z. B. Randall, on behalf of the Radford District, 
presented the retiring presiding elder, J. B. Ward, with a purse. Bro. 
Ward responded. 

Report. — The statistical minute questions were called and 
answered. 

Report. — The Committee on District Conference Records 
made report, which was adopted. See Supplement "P." 

. Transfers. — Who are received by transfer from other Con- 
ferences? F. M. Buhrman, an Elder from the Florida Conference; 
E. R. Naylor, an Elder from the Kentucky Conference; L. L. 
Evans, an Elder from the East Oklahoma Conference; Percy Knick- 
erbocker, an Elder from the North Texas Conference. 

Closing. — The minutes of this session were read and approved. 

Bishop Mouzon made concluding remarks. The Conference 
stood and sang "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus." Bishop Mouzon 
led in prayer, after which he read the appointments for the ensuing 
year, and the Conference adjourned sine die with the benediction. 






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MINUTE QUESTIONS 

I— PROBATIONERS. 

1. Who are admitted on trial? 

Herbert Decatur Hart, John Garden Graham, Moses Easterly 
Deakins, Archer Nathaniel Dailey, Samuel Luttrell Akers, Arlo 
Vernon Rudy, Willard Saunders Barbary, Marvin Smith Kinchelo, 
Samuel Calvin Weatherly, Henry W. Mangum, Roy Lee Osborne. 

2. Who else is in the class of the first year? 

Opie Clinton Clark, Arthur Edward Weikle, Carden Adams 
Hillman, James Clinton Spurlin, Clyde Fristo Watkins, Charles 
Henry Williams. 

3. Who remain on trial? 

Clarence Waldo Taylor, Ausker Meek Stone, Irby Esmond Creg- 
ger, Walter Hamilton Simpkins, Solomon Luther Payne, John Estel 
Davis, Harry Allen Murrell, Samuel Edward Bratton, Garland 
Hoge Blessing, Elbert Gordon Fry, Claude Thomas Miller, James 
Roy Belcher. 

4. Who else is in the class of the second year? 

Henry Gordon Holdway, William Thomas Moore, William 
Austin White, William Irvin Hanna, George Bascom Henderson, 
Elmer Rollins Kite, Millard Conway Weikle. 

5. Who are discontinued? 
Hugh Sevier Carter. 

II— CONFERENCE MEMBERSHIP. 

6. Who are admitted into full connection? 

David Bishop Baker, Sidney Odell Fry, Allen Harvey Mathes, 
Charles McPherson Fisher, John Willy Hammer, Harry Buttorff 
Duncan, Taylor Neal Orr, Frank Boothby Wyatt, John Cleveland 
Clark, Walter McPherson Dean, Robert Lake Wright. 

7. Who else is in the class of the third year? 

T. H. Francisco, an Elder from the Baptist Church; Patrick 
Henry Horner. 



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8. Who are readmitted? 
No one. 

9. Who are received by transfer from other Conferences? 

J. M. Putnam, an Elder from the Tennessee Conference; W. F. 
Blackard, an Elder from the Memphis Conference; E. R. Naylor, 
an Elder from the Kentucky Conference; L. L. Evans, an Elder 
from the East Oklahoma Conference; Percy C. Knickerbocker, an 
Elder from the North Texas Conference; F. M. Buhrman, an Elder 
from the Florida Conference. 

10. Who are received from other Churches as traveling 
preachers? 

Edward R. Chambers, an Elder from the Canadian Methodist 
Church. 

11. Who are located this year? 

Frank K. Suddath, W. B. Mitchell, J. W. Akers. 

12. Who have been v^ithdrawn or expelled? No one. 

13. Who are transferred to other Conferences? 
Forrest J. Prettyman, to the North Carolina Conference. 

14. What preachers have died during the year? 

George D. French, Henry M. Houston, George W. Jackson, 
John H. Parrott, John S. W. Neel, William C. Garden, Eugene 
Blake, Fred Gordon, George L. Lambert, Charles L. Thomas. 

Ill— ORDERS. 

15. Who are deacons of one year? 

Wiley Bruce Peck, Richard Lee Parks, Samuel La Fayette Jones, 
Thomas Marion Bellamy, Charles Lee Cox, William Kyle Cregger, 
Carl Herbert Wright. 

16. Who else is in the class of the fourth year? 
Henry Lee Dean. 

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

Traveling preachers: David Bishop Baker, Sidney Odell Fry, Al- 
len Harvey Mathes, Charles McPherson Fisher, John Willy Ham- 



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mer, Harry Buttorff Duncan, Taylor Neal Orr, Frank Boothby 
Wyatt, John Cleveland Clark, Robert Lake Wright, Walter Mc- 
Pherson Dean. 

Local preachers: Samuel E. Bratton, Crockett C. Bailey, Archer 
Nathaniel Dailey, Zebrum Flanoy Mayberry, Henry Gordon Hold- 
way. 

1 8. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have 
been ordained deacons? 

Traveling preachers: David Bishop Baker, Sidney Odell Fry, 
Allen Harvey Mathes, Charles McPherson Fisher, John Willy 
Hammer, Harry Buttorff Duncan, Taylor Neal Orr, Frank Boothby 
Wyatt, John Cleveland Clark, Robert Lake Wright, Walter Mc- 
Pherson Dean. 

Local preachers: Samuel E. Bratton, Crockett C. Bailey, Archer 
Nathaniel Dailey, Zebrum Flanoy Mayberry, Henry Gordon Hold- 
way. 

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

Traveling preacher^: Samuel Vance Gibson, John Baptist Staley, 
Noah Haynes Giesler, William Lassiter Tate, Enoch L. McConnell, 
Elmer W. Dean. 

Local preachers: No one. 

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

Traveling preachers: Samuel Vance Gibson, John Baptist Staley, 
Noah Haynes Giesler, William Lassiter Tate, Enoch L. McConnell, 
Elmer W. Dean. 

Local preachers: No one. 



IV— CONFERENCE RELATIONS. 

21. Are all the preachers blameless in their life and official ad- 
ministration? 

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

22. Who are supernumerary? 

C. A. Beard, C. R. Brown, J. W. Helvey. 



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23. Who are superannuated 



J. I. Cash, L. K. Haynes, C. M. James, W. D. Mitchell, R. S. 
Umberger, J. W. Carnes, F. Alexander, J. W. Repass, W. I. Fogle- 
man, D. H. Carr, J. C. Maness, J. M. Romans, D. S. Hearon, H. C. 
Clemens, W. C. Hicks, W. R. Barnett, S. S. Catron, H. C. Atkins, 
B. W. Lee, L. J. Williams, J. T. Frazier, G. A. Carner, G. S. 
Wagner, T. R. Handy, G. W. Simpson, M. J. Wysor, J. E. Naff, 
T. D. Strader, J. S. Henley, W. N. Wagner, S. T. M. McPherson, 
L. L. H. Carlock, G. A. Maiden, L. S. Reynolds, W. H. Troy, 
G. A. Gannaway, G. W. Summers, W. H. Price, J. H. Kern, 
J. A. L. Perkins, J. M. Paxton, J. A. Lyons. 



V— STATISTICS. 

24. What is the number of districts, of pastoral charges, and of 
societies* in this Conference? 

Districts, lO; pastoral charges, 256; societies, 914. 

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

Licensed, ; local preachers, 214; members, 93,368. 

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

Adults, 4,610; infants, 887. 

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

Epworth Leagues, 316; Epworth League members, 9,072. 

28. What is the number of Sunday Schools, of Sunday School 
officers and teachers, and of Sunday School scholars enrolled during 
the year? 

Sunday Schools, 791 ; officers and teachers, 6,711; scholars en- 
rolled, 99,668. 

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

Societies, 253; members, 9,407. 



*The term "society" is equivalent to an org-anized congreg-ation. 
fThe total g-iven for members is to include local preachers. 



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30. What are the educational statistics? 

Institutions, 4; teachers, 59; students, 7335 value of property, 
$1,009,211; endowment, $226,000. 

31. What are the orphanage statistics? 

Orphanage, l; officers and teachers, 12; children in orphanage, 
123; money expended, $28,794; value of property, $251,000; in- 
debtedness, $40,000. 

32. What are the hospital statistics? 
None. 

VI— FINANCES. 

33. What has been contributed for the following causes? 

Foreign Missions, $16,767; Home and Conference Missions, 
$6,526; Church Extension, $5,328; Education, $3,110; American 
Bible Society, $1,416; General Conference expense, $1,526; by 
the Woman's Missionary Society, $123,485; Temperance and So- 
cial Service, $334; Benevolences, $130,253. 

34. What has been contributed for the support of the ministry? 

Bishops, $4,884; presiding elders, $46,583; preachers in charge, 
$368,041; Conference claimants, $5,552; Superannuate Endow- 
ment Fund, $47,058. 

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

$1,571,223. 

VII— CHURCH PROPERTY. 

36. What is the number of houses of worship, their value, and 
the amount of indebtedness thereon? 

Houses of worship, 746; value, $5,192,185; indebtedness 
$447,516. 

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

District parsonages, ll; value, $90,000; indebtedness, none; 
parsonages belonging to pastoral charges, 203; value, $975,875; in- 
debtedness, $88,283. 



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

Insurance carried, $1,792,949; premiums paid, $10,666. 

39. 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 damaged, 3; parsonages damaged, none; amount of 
damage, $4,144; collected, $144. 

40. What is the number of superannuate homes, and what is 
their value? 

None. 



VIII—MISCELLANEO US. 

41. Who is elected Conference Lay Leader? 
Joseph E. Avent, Knoxville, Tenn. 

42. Where shall the next session of the Conference be held? 
Trinity Church, Chattanooga, 

43. 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 to which they belong. Figures at end of line 
indicate number of years on that particular charge. "Sup'n'y" means supernumerary. 

ABINGDON DISTRICT*— W. S. Neighbors, P. E 1 

1 Abingdon Station* E. A. Shugart 1 

2 Abingdon Circuit* J.C.Logan 1 

3 Benham* Elmer Rollins Kite (el. 2 )__ 2 

4 Blountville* Taylor Neal Orr (cl. 3 )__ 2 

5 Bluff City* Roy Lee Osborne (cl. 1 )__ 1 

6 Bristol— Anderson Street* --J. B. Ely 3 

7 Mary Street* J. A. Ellison 2 

8 South Bristol Pickens Johnson, Supply 

9 State Street* J. S. French 2 

10 Virginia Avenue J. B. Staley 2 

11 West Bristol Marvin Smith Kinchelo- (cl. 1 )__ 1 

12 Bristol Circuit* N. F. Walker 3 

13 Broadford* S. C. Beard 3 

14 Ceres* ,F. M. Buhrman 1 

15 Chatham Hill V. M. Ross, Supply 

16 Damascus* W.E.Bailey 2 

17 Elizabethton* Clarence Waldo Taylor, (cl. 2 )__ 1 

* Has a parsonage. 



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18 Emory J. C. Orr 6 

J. W. Helvey, Sup'n'y 

19 Glade Spg. & Meadow W*__E. W. Dean 1 

20 Keywood* D. M. Graybeal 4 

21 Mountain City* S. V. Morell 1 

22 Saltville* N. R. Cartright 1 

23 Saltville Circuit Opie Clinton Clark (cl. 1 )__ 1 

Prof, in E. & H. College E. R. Naylor 

District Evangelist R. T. McDowell 

Sec.-Treas. Ch. Ed. Movem't_I. P. Martin 

Secy. Children's Home Soc._-E. F. Kahle 

Conf. Sunday School Supt. _-S. S. Boyer 

BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT*— T. J. Eskridge, P. E 1 

1 Appalachia* W. H. Briggs 3 

2 Arno and Derby Irby Esmond Cregger (cl. 2 ) __ 2 

3 Andover and Inman Claude Thomas Miller (cl. 2 )__ 1 

4 Big Stone Gap* R. G. Reynolds 4 

5 Clinchport* W. R. Carbaugh 3 

6 Coeburn Station* H.A.Carlton 2 

7 Coeburn Circuit A. M. Quails 2 

8 Cumberland Gap* Sidney Odell Fry (cl. 3 )__ 1 

9 Dunbar Carden Adams Hillman_(cl. 1 )__ 1 

10 Dungannon* R. W. Watts 1 

11 East Stone Gap busker Meek Stone (cl. 2 )__ 2 

12 Ewing* J. W. Stewart 4 

13 Gate City Station* J. A. Early 1 

14 Gate City Circuit* G. W. Fox 2 

15 Imboden - Walter H. Simpkins (cl. 2 )__ 1 

16 Jonesville* D. B. Wright 3 

E. N. Woodward, Jr., Preacher __ 3 

17 Kingsport Station* M. A. Stevenson 3 

18 Kingsport Circuit* John Cleveland Clark___(cl. 3 )__ 1 

19 Nicklesville* R. G. Farmer, Supply 

20 Norton* W. M. Bunts 1 

21 Pennington Gap* K. W. Cox 2 

22 Powell's Valley* J. N. Graham, Supply 

23 Roda* John Carden Graham ___(cl. 1 )__ 1 

24 Stickleyville* S. M. Jennings, Supply 

25 Stonega Herbert Decatur Hart --(cl. 1 )__ 1 

26 Tom's C:?eek H.S.Johnston 1 

27 Wise* Y. W. Brooks 1 

Student S. M. U William Kyle Cregger, 

Wise Q. C (cl. 4 )__ 

Student Emory University __R. H. Ballard, Abingdon Q. C 

BLUEFIELD DISTRICT*— J. A. Baylor, P. E 1 

1 Berwind William Irvin Hanna (cl. 2 ) — 1 

2 Bluefield— Bland Street* J. A. Bays 2 

3 Grace Church* F.Y.Jackson 2 

4 Trinity* J.M.Carter 2 

5 Bramwell* E.H.Yankee 1 

6 Coalwood* H. S. Hutsell 1 

7 Grumpier* E. L. McConnell 3 

8 Davy* C. C. Bailey, Supply 

9 East Welch James Roy Belcher (cl. 2 )-- 1 

10 Eckman* T.H.Francisco (cl.3,e)-- 1 

* Has a parsonage. 



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11 Farady Willard S. Barbary (cl. 1 )__ 1 

12 Gary* L. E. Hoppe 1 

13 Glenalum J. E. Fogleman, Supply 

14 laeger J. M. Wysor 4 

15 Jenkinjones G.T.Jordan 4 

16 Keystone* J.B.Ward 1 

17 Kimball* B. T. Sells 1 

18 Maybeury* S.H.Austin 6 

19 McDowell* E. M. Ritchey 2 

20 Montcalm* Henry Lee Dean (cl. 4 )__ 2 

21 Northfork* R.L.Evans 1 

22 Roderfield Orban Barnett, Supply 

23 Twin Branch Solomon Luther Payne (cl.2 )__ 2 

24 War S. W. Bourne 3 

25 Welch* E. D. Worley 1 

26 West Welch To be supplied 

27 Wilcoe J. W. Browning 4 

Conference Evangelist W. B. Belchee 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT*— S. D. Long, P. E 2 

1 Avondale W. R. Snider 3 

2 Centenary* L.L.Evans 1 

3 Dayton* C.R.Jones 1 

4 Dunlap* J. M. Putnam 2 

5 East Lake* J.A.Henderson 4 

6 Etna* Moses E. Deakins (cl. 1 )__ 1 

7 Evensville* Frank Boothby Wyatt_-(cl. 3 )__ 3 

W, H. Cheatham, Junior Supply_ 

8 Highland Park* W. M. Morrell 3 

9 Hixson* Archer N. Dailey (cl. 1 )__ 1 

10 Jasper* S. A. McCanless 3 

11 King Memorial* R, E. Greer 1 

12 Lookout Mountain W. J. Cannon, Supply 

13 Belvoir Park Charles H. Williams (cl. 1 )__ 1 

14 Melvin* E. P. Tollett, Supply 

15 North Chattanooga* T. J. Houts 3 

16 Pikeville* G. M. Moreland 3 

17 Rising Fawn and Trenton*__E. R. Lewis 4 

18 Ridgedale R. A. Kelly 1 

19 Rossville* P.P.Martin 4 

20 St. Elmo J. E. Wolfe 1 

21 South Pittsburg* Robert Lake Wright (cl. 3 )__ 2 

22 Spring City* L. M. Cartright___- 3 

23 Trinity* R. N. Havens 2 

24 Wauhatchie A. M. Tomlinson, Supply 

25 Whiteside Street* R. C. Camper 1 

26 Whitwell* Wiley Bruce Peck (cl. 4 )__ 1 

27 Wisdom Memorial H. K. Allison, Supply 

Candidate Sec. Bd. Mis C. G. Hounshell 

Ed. Methodist Advocate J. A. Burrow 

Student S. M. U J. E. Anderson, Trinity Quar. Conf. 

Mis. in Poland Edward Chambers 

Asst. Field Cen. Sec E. H. Cassidy 1 

CLEVELAND DISTRICT*— R. B. Piatt, Jr., P. E 1 

1 Alcoa W. M. Patty 1 

2 Athens* R. K. Triplett 3 

C. A. Beard, Sup'n'y 

* Has a parsonage. 



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3 Athens Circuit* _-W. R. Walker, Supply 

4 Benton* William Thomas Moore_(cL 2 )__ 1 

5 Charleston* C.N.Kennedy 1 

6 Cleveland* Harry Buttorff Duncan_(cl. 3 )__ 1 

7 Concord* Henry Gordon Holdway.fcl. 2 )__ 1 

8 Decatur* George B. Henderson (cl. 2 )__ 1 

9 Ducktown* Garland Hoge Blessing, (cl. 2 ) 1 

10 Etowah* H. B. Vaught 1 

11 Lenoir City* J. A. H. Shuler 2 

12 Loudon* J. R. King 1 

13 Louisville* W. L. Tate 3 

14 Madisonville* A. S. Ulm 1 

15 Maryville* J. R. Brown 1 

16 Monroe Circuit M. K. Provence, Supply 

17 Mt. Vernon* L. V. Couch, Supply 

18 Oakland and Vonore James Clinton Spurlin (cl. 1 )__ 2 

19 Ooltewah* B. C. Wilson 1 

20 Tyner and Graysville W. D. Farmer 1 

21 Peakland* William Austin White __(cl. 2 )__ 1 

22 Philadelphia* W. T. Evans 2 

23 Riceville* David Bishop Baker (cl. 3 )__ 2 

24 South Cleveland* G. E. Erwin 3 

25 Sweetwater* C. W. Dean 2 

Pres't. Centenary College J. W. Malone 

Asso. Pres. Hiwassee Col J. E. Lowry 

District Evangelist J. M. Walker 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT*— E. E. Wiley, P. E 2 

1 Andersonville* Arch Buchanan, Supply 

2 Caryville* _' J. H. Lotspeich 2 

3 Clinton* R. M. Standefer 4 

4 Coal Creek T. H. Gilbert 2 

5 Corryton* W. H. Leming, Supply 

6 Cotula 0. C. Wright 2 

7 Harriman W. A. McCormack 2 

8 Harriman Circuit* J. N. Smith 1 

9 Henry's Cross Roads S. V. Gibson 3 

10 Jacksboro* J.L.Mullens 5 

11 Knoxville — Broad Street* _-H. E. Kelso 3 

12 Brookside J. H. Reynolds, Supply 

13 Centenary* J. F. Benton 1 

14 Church Street* P.R.Knickerbocker 1 

Student Pastor J. Earl Gilbreath, Supply 

15 Clyde Street W. T. Roby, Supply 

16 East Hill Avenue Clyde Fristo Watkins __ (cl. 1 )__ 2 

17 Emerald Avenue* Chas. McPherson Fisher. (cl. 3 )__ 3 

18 Epworth* Charles Lee Cox (cL 4 )__ 2 

19 Fountain City* W. F. Blackard 1 

20 Lincoln Park* G.K.Patty 2 

21 Macedonia* Thos. Marion Bellamy __(cl. 4 )__ 4 

22 Magnolia Avenue* C. W. Kelley 1 

23 Marble Hill To be supplied 

24 Perry Chapel & Holston __Henry W. Mangum (cl. 1 )-- 1 

25 Roseberry J. D. Johnston, Supply 

26 University Avenue W. M. Beets, Supply 

27 Virginia Avenue* S. L. Browning 4 

28 Washington Pike* C. E. Lundy 2 

29 West Lonsdale W. T. Wilson, Supply 

* Has a parsonage. 



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30 West View G. T. Hundly, Supply 

31 LaFollette* T.R.Wolfe 5 

32 Petros* To be supplied 

33 Powell's Station* P. P. Tabor 2 

34 Rockwood* C. T. Gray 4 

35 Sevierville* F. R. Snavely 1 

36 Stoney Point J. M. Bell, Supply 

37 Strawberry Plains* Sam'l Calvin Weatherly_(cl. 1 )__ 1 

General Evangelist Bascom Waters 

General Evangelist J. W. Carter 

Conference Evangelist J. C. Patty 

Conference Evangelist J. H. Watkins 

Conference Evangelist Roy T. Houts 

Chaplain U. S. Navy J. B. Frazier 

Secy. Bd. Miss., Home Dept._J. W. Perry 

Student N. W. University- -_S. C. Akers, Ch. St. Q. C.__(cl. 1 ) 

MORRISTOWN DISTRICT*— N. M. Watson, P. E 2 

1 Afton* J. C. Fisher, Supply 

2 Bull's Gap* E. Z. Blankenbeckler, Supply 

3 Embreeville* Josephus Henby 1 

4 Erwin* L. W. Pierce 1 

5 Erwin Mission W. L. Dykes 1 

6 East Park* R. M. Walker 1 

7 Fall Branch* S. M. Dunn, Supply 

8 Greeneville* C.G.Eastwood 1 

9 Hawkins* J.W.Morris 2 

10 Jefferson City* W. E. Browning 1 

11 Johnson City* M. P. Carico 1 

12 Jonesboro* H.S.Hamilton 5 

13 Limestone* John Willy Hammer (cl. 3 )__ 3 

14 Morristown* S. B. Vaught 2 

15 Morristown Circuit* J. T. Booth 1 

16 Morristown Mission C. W. Williams, Supply 

17 Mosheim* D. F. Wyrick 1 

18 Newport* W. H. Harrison 1 

19 Parrotsville* J. W. Christian, Supply 

20 Rogersville* Millard Conway Weikel_(cl. 2 )__ 1 

21 Surgoinsville* Allen Harvey Mathes (cl. 3 )__ 1 

22 Sneedville W. L. Norwood, Supply 

23 Tate and Rutledge* J. Nelson Jones . 1 

24 Tazewell, Tenn.* N. H. Giesler 1 

25 Tazewell Circuit C. R. Cline, Supply 

White Pine J. S. Mitchell, Supply 

Centenary Field Secretary ^_P. L. Cobb 

District Evangelist S. A. McGhee 

RADFORD DISTRICT*— T. C. Shuler, P. E 1 

1 Athens* A.B.Moore 5 

2 Aubern* Patrick Henry Horner __(cl. 3 )__ 1 

3 Bland* J. L. Scott 2 

4 Draper* A. H. Towe 2 

5 Dublin* L. D. Mayberry 1 

6 East Radford* A. S. Thorn 1 

7 East River* Z. F. Maberry, Supply 

8 Eggleston* J. B. Simpson 4 

9 Floyd* A. E. Tabor, Supply 

10 Hiawatha* C. A. Pangle . 2 

* Has a parsonage. 



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11 Hylton* To be supplied 

12 Matoaka* C. G. McKay 1 

13 Mechanicsburg* K. G. Munsey 2 

14 Mercer and Summers* Harry Allen Murrell (cl. 2 )__ 2 

15 New River* J. D. Dame 3 

16 Pearisburg* J. H. Umberger 2 

17 Princeton* Z. B. Randall 1 

18 Princeton Circuit* M. Quessenberry 1 

19 Pulaski* D. P. Hurley 2 

20 Radford R. A. Owen 2 

21 Staffordsville* John Estel Davis (cl. 2 )__ 2 

22 Spanishburg To be supplied 

23 East Princeton A. F. Phenix 1 

Conference Evangelist E. L. Addington 

General Evangelist Thomas Priddy 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT*— W. S. Hendricks, P. E 3 

1 Belfast* Walter McPhersonDean_(cL 3 )__ 1 

2 Boissevain and Cooper Sam'l LaFayette Jones__(cl. 4 )__ 2 

3 Buchanan B. N. Waterhouse 3 

4 Castlewood and Dante* Walter Hodge 2 

5 Cedar Bluff* Arthur Edward Weikle- (cl. 1 )__ 1 

6 Clintwood* W.H.Walker 1 

7 Dickenson Circuit T. N. Shook, Supply 

8 Dickensonville* Arva Vernon Rudy (cl. 1 )__ 1 

9 Drill L. D. Perkins, Supply 

10 Elk Garden* C. E. Steele 9 

11 Fremont and McClure Samuel E. Bratton (cl. 2 )__ 2 

12 Graham* Roy E. Early 1 

13 Graham Circuit* 0. H. Logan 1 

14 Grundy ^--J. E. Graham, Supply 

15 Honaker* C. L. Stradley 2 

16 Lebanon* J. G. Helvey 3 

17 North Tazewell W. A. McKee 1 

18 Pocahontas* F. B. Shelton 3 

19 Richlands* To be supplied 

20 Richlands Circuit W. L. Vernon, Supply 

21 Rocky Gap Circuit H. L. Hanshew, Supply 

22 St. Paul* W. C. Thompson 1 

23 Tazewell, Va.* W. P. Eastwood 3 

C. R. Brown, Sup'n'y 

24 Tazewell Circuit* W. D. Larrowe 1 

25 West Graham E. H. Cole 4 

26 Wilder and Carbo W. C. Harris 1 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT*— C. K. Wingo, P. E 1 

1 Blue Ridge* H. E. Bradshaw 1 

2 Cedar Springs* A. B. Hunter 1 

3 Chilhowle* J. V. Hall 3 

4 Coveton* W. R. Miller, Supply 

5 Cripple Creek* L. M. Burris 3 

6 Elk Creek* W. M. Ellis 3 

7 Fries* I. N. Munsey 3 

8 Galax* French Wampler 1 

9 Grant* Elbert Gordon Fry (cl. 2 )__ 1 

10 Hillsville* Richard Lee Parks (cl. 4 )__ 1 

11 Independence* Carl Herbert Wright __-(cl. 4 )__ 2 

* Has a parsonage. 



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12 Leadmines W. S. Lyons 4 

13 Marion Station* H. B. Brown 3 

14 Marion Circuit* C. E. Painter 1 

15 Max Meadows* L. D. Yost 1 

16 Rural Retreat Station* J. F. Barnett 3 

17 Rural Retreat Circuit* J. E. Spring 2 

18 Spring Valley* W. N. Baker, Supply 

19 Wytheville Station* J. M. Crowe 5 

20 Wytheville Circuit* _^ J. F. Jones 1 

* Has a parsonage. 

TRANSFERRED 
To Western North Carolina Conference — Forest J. Prettyman. 



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HOLSTON ANNUAL 49 



CONFERENCE REPORTS 



LAY ACTIVITIES. 

The Board of Lay Activities hereby reports and goes on public record as 
follows : 

1. We have followed the example of the General Board of Lay Activities 
and have formulated a two-year prog-ram. Five of the items here reported are 
taken from the General Board's program. 

2. We urge that there be effected in every church a local organization of 
lay activities, as prescribed in the Discipline and as explained in the Manual 
of Lay Activities. 

3. With such organization we propose to give our best efforts and prayers 
to the accomplishment of the following program: 

(i) The full pay-out of all financial obligations in all churches and 
districts j 

(2) The cultivation of a policy of stewardship and tithing among the 
laity throughout the church; 

(3) The large use of lay speakers to hold church services and present 
church causes irr the absence of ministers, to the end that there may 
be a service or worship in every church every Sunday; 

(4) A definite program of evangelism by our laymen, involving the 
pledging of individual men and women to assume an obligation to 
win to Jesus Christ ten persons; 

(5) The conservation of all newly converted members of the church by 
definite assignments to them of definite activities to be performed in 
the name of Jesus Christ; 

(6) A continual spreading of missionary information and a continual 
stimulation of missionary interest to the end that this great onward 
movement may be intelligently supported by laymen; 

(7) The organization of a Wesley Brotherhood in every church; 

(8) A much magnified local church program of social service; 

(9) A continued upholding of the ideals and stimulation of the practices 
of the Christian education. 

4. We are asking that provision be made in every church for the duly 
organized local church board of lay activities to have opportunity, monthly, 
if possible, for an accounting of its stewardship in the presence of the congre- 
gation. 

5. We believe that the work of lay leaders of all ranks is of such im- 
portance as to justify their being relieved of all other ofiicial duties in the 
church and to justify the pastors in giving such lay leaders all encouragement 
and stimulation to do a big full-time job in the lay leadership. 

,s 6. We believe that the time has come when the minimum salary of all 
preachers in Holston should be not less than $1,500, and we offer our efforts 
to bring about this desideratum. 



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7. We urg-e the ministers of the churches to stimulate the organization of 
lay activities in every church, not to treat the matter as one of merely and 
formally meeting" a provision of the Discipline, but to see that an active man 
is put in the lay leadership to lead, wherever one is to be found, that the 
program hereinbefore reported shall be realized in as nearly every church as 
possible. 

8. We hereby express our thanks to the ministers for the increased op- 
portunity to present in their churches an activity program for laymen. We also 
thank the presiding elders for the designation of an uninterrupted half-day 
for a laymen's program at the district conferences the past year. We shall 
greatly appreciate the continuation of these opportunities. 

9. We hereby nominate Joseph E. Avent as Conference Lay Leader for 
the ensuing year and have designated to work with him C. A. Carleton as 
Associate Lay Leader. 

10. In order to insure the efficient execution of the program hereinbefore 
outlined, we ask that the Commission on Budget be instructed to include in its 
report a provision for taking care of the expenses of the Board of Lay Activi- 
ties to the extent of $4,000. 

Jos. E. AvENT, Conference Lay Leader. 



B 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Report No. i. 

We are now completing the fourth year of the Christian Education Move- 
ment. We should, however, bear In mind that only three-fifths of the sub- 
scriptions have become due. The fourth payment will be due on the first day 
of November, 1924. The last payment on regular subscriptions will be due 
November i, 1925. 

We have done well with our collections. Our pledges amounted to 
$873,260. On these pledges we have collected $408,015. Thus, while the 
average for the entire church Is but little above 25 per cent, we have collected 
46.5 per cent. We should be stirred by the experience of success to continue 
in the same spirit of hearty co-operation until we have completed our task. 
Success has been achieved by co-operation of preachers and laymen. Continu- 
ance In the same spirit will insure final success. 

The Harmonizing Committee has given to the Christian Education Move- 
ment the time from October 15 to January 15. This time should be guarded 
so that pastors and all other workers may be free to give undivided attention 
to collecting the pledges and cultivating the spirit of Christian Education in 
every part of Holston Conference. 

Many pledges were made to begin after the Centenary. We ask all pastors 
and workers to call attention of subscribers to the fact that payments on these 
pledges are now due. There were many churches (even some charges) In 
which no pledges were made. We must earnestly plead that presiding elders, 
pastors and lay leaders co-operate in securing gifts from all such churches or 
charges. This can only be done by systematic work. We recommend that In 
each district the presiding elder select experienced and diligent men to assist 
In the work of collecting. Where practicable the groups might be composed 
of both preachers and laymen. In all places the church collector should have 
assistance in making the collection. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 51 

1. Resolved. That we reaffirm the action of the Conference of last year 
■concerning- the Pastors' School at Emory and Henry College and that we ap- 
propriate the same amount as last year for the support of the school. 

2. We recommend that Dr. I, P. Martin be reappointed secretary-treasurer 
•of the Education Movement. 

3. We recommend that November 16-27 be made pay-up week for the 
Christian Education Movement. 

4. We recommend that as early after the adjournment of Conference as 
may be practicable the president of the Board of Education be asked to call the 
presiding elders together to consider plans for a pay-up week and the collection 
of pledges during this year. 

5. We recommend that Sunday, November 23, be observed as Life Service 
Day, and that all our pastors make a call for Life Service Volunteers on that 
day. 

6. We recommend the appointment of an assistant pastor at Church 
Street to serve as student pastor of the Methodist boys and girls of the Uni- 
versity. And we further recommend that Holston Conference ask the General 
Board of Education to appropriate an amount sufficient to cover one-third the 
■expense of such student pastor; provided. Church Street and the Board of 
Missions will each appropriate one-third of the amount. 

7. We appoint Rev. J. S. French our representative to attend the Metho- 
dist Educational Association. 

8. We commend the work of Triangular Mountain Institute and of Hi- 
wassee College, and recommend that they receive the same appropriation from 
the General Board as last-year. 

J. S. French, President. 
R. B. Platt, Jr., Secretary. 



Report No. 2. 

The following members of the Board of Trustees of Emory and Henry 
College, through an oversight, were not confirmed by the Annual Conference 
held at Bluefield, October 3, 1923: Rev. W. M, Morrell, Rev. J. A. Burrow, 
James A. Stone, Rev. S. D. Long, E. W. Hale, Rev. L P. Martin, George E. 
Penn, Sr., Rev. E. H, Cassidy. The terms of the above gentlemen expire 
in 1927. 

The following members have been nominated with terms to expire 1928: 
W. E. Brock, R. L. Pennington, Rev. J. S. French, W. M. Hull, E. S. Finney, 
W. N. Neff, Rev. J. C. Orr, Rev. N. M. Watson. 

James N. Hillman was elected to fill the unexpired term of Otis Mouser, re- 
signed. This term expires in 1925. 

We confirm and recommend the election of the above named brethren. 

J. S. French, President. 

R. B. Platt, Jr., Secretary. 



Report No. 3. 

Whereas, the Holston Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South, at its 98th session, held at Morristown, Tenn., in October, 
1 92 1, appointed W. L. Dennis, H. C. Stuart, J. R. Laird, E. R. Boyd, C. W. 
Bovd, W. E. Burns and L C. Bovd as trustees to receive and hold in trust for 



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the Holston Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, a certain 
parcel of land situated in Buchanan County, Virginia, which Mr. C. W. Boyd 
had at that time offered to the Holston Conference for school purposes j and 

W/iereas, the said tract of land was thereafter conveyed by C. W. Boyd and 
wife to the said trustees and which said deed is recorded in the clerk's office of 
Buchanan County, Virginia, in Deed Book No. 56, page 488, to which refer- 
ence is here made for description of the samej and 

W/iereas, a question has been raised as to a few technical irregularities in 
the said deed which trustees hereby ask authority to correct; and 

W/iereas, it now appears that the Triangular Mountain Institute, by which 
the name of said school is known, and which is situated on the real estate above 
described, has not been incorporated; now 

Therefore^ the said trustees hereby respectfully request the Board of Edu- 
cation of the Holston Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, to 

1. Appoint committee of the said Board of Education, consisting of the 
president of said Board and two other members, to assist the said trustees in 
incorporating the said Triangular Mountain Institute and doing such other 
acts as may be deemed advisable by the said trustees and committee appointed 
to perfect the said title to the said property and put the entire matter in proper 
legal shape for the said Holston Annual Conference. 

2. That the said Board of Education procure from the said Holston An- 
nual Conference proper power and authority to enable the Board of Trustees 
of the said Triangular Mountain Institute to borrow a sum not exceeding 
$15,000 for the purpose of paying off the indebtedness against the said Tri- 
angular Mountain Institute, and secure the said loan by proper deed of trust 
on the said tract of land and improvements and appurtenances thereunto be- 
longing when the said Triangular Mountain Institute has been incorporated 
and the said title perfected as above set forth. 

This the 3rd day of October, 1924. 

J. R. Laird, 
For the Board of Trustees of the 
Triangular Mountain Institute. 

Your Board has adopted the above paper, appointed I. P. Martin and J, F. 
Barnett as the other members of the committee called for and recommends its 
adoption by the Conference. 

J. S. French, President. 

R. B. Platt, Jr., Secretary. 



Report of Treasurer. 

Remaining in bank Oct. 8, 1923 $ 767.96 

Borrowed from Chattanooga Savings Bank 24,367,22 

Interest on account z^S.dS 

Received on assessments 1923-4 15,890.49 

Total $41,081.33 

T)lshu,rsements. 

To E. H. Cassidy, interest on loan $ 228.78 

To J. L. Hardin, Treasurer Emory and Henry College 24,367.22 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 53 

To Chattanooga Savings Bank, interest on note 546.67 

To J. N. Hillman, Treasurer E. & H. Summer School 500.00 

To B. N. Waterhouse, Mountain Institute 700.00 

Total $26,342.67 

Remaining in bank Oct. 6, 1924 14,738.66 

The Board has ordered the following appropriations: 

To G. L. Hardwick, interest on note $ 3,600.00 

Professor Hiwassee College 1,800.00 

To B. N. Waterhouse, T. M. I. School 700.00 

Summer Institute Emory and Henry College 500.00 

Interest on note M. W. College 4,500.00 

Total $1 1,100.00 

J. L. Mullens, 
Treasurer Board of Education. 



Report No. 4. 

We recommend that this Conference Board of Education recommend to 
the General Board of Education favorable consideration of the proposition to 
employ a young lady to work among the students of the State Teachers' Col- 
lege, at East Radford, Va., and request that Board to continue its correspond- 
ence with our pastor at that point and its negotiations with other agencies in 
order to bring this about. 

2. We recommend that the General Board of Education appropriate 
$1,000 to the Triangular Mountain Institute. 

3. With reference to a plan for raising a continuous endowment for our 
colleges, brought to our attention by Mr. Paul J. Viall, a committee consisting 
of J. S. French, R. B. Piatt, Jr., and J. M. Crowe was appointed to work out 
some plan, possibly embodying this in whole or in part, and bring it before 
the Board a year from this time. 

4. We confirm, and ask you to elect, the following trustees of Hiwassee 
College: H. L. Callahan in place of Eugene Blake, deceased, whose term will 
expire in 1928, and J. M. Reedy, Dr. S. N. Penland, Frank P. Dickey, Fred A. 
Carter, F. M. Street, J. F. McConkey, R. N. Havens, whose terms expire in 
1930. 

5. We ask that the same assessment as last year, viz., $20,000, be levied 
for this Board. 

6. We make the following appropriations: 

Interest on $25,000 borrowed for Emory and Henry College $ 1,500 

Interest on indebtedness Centenary College 3,600 

Interest on indebtedness Martha Washington College 4)5oo 

Hiwassee College 1,800 

Triangular Mountain Institute 700 

Pastors' School at Emory and Henry College 500 

Holston Annual i75 

Total $12)775 

We appropriate whatever the difference between this total and the entire 



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amount collected, to the liquidation of the $25,000 borrowed for Emory and' 
Henry College. 

7 We move the adoption of the following paper: 

W/iereas, the standards for an accredited A grade college require an income 
of $25,000, exclusive of student fees, or the interest on endowment of the 
equivalent of $500,0005 and 

W/iereas, the present endowment of Emory and Henry College amounts to 
$226,000, or a little less than one-half the amount required for an accredited' 
A grade college} and 

W/iereas, the education assessment of Holston Conference has heretofore 
been providing approximately $7,000 per annum, which, when capitalized,, 
becomes equivalent to the interest on approximately $175,000, thus making the 
income for said college, exclusive of student fees, equivalent to the interest on 
approximately $400,000, which is still a hundred thousand dollars short of 
the necessary requirement for a standard A grade college; and 

W/iereas, the graduates of said college are sometimes embarrassed because 
of its not being on the accredited list of the Southern Association of Colleges- 
and Secondary Schools; and 

W/iereas, it now appears that said college is not to receive anything this 
year from the Conference education assessment; and 

W/iereas, an average contribution of 10 cents per capita would yield a sum- 
of approximately $9,000; now therefore be it 

Resolved, First, that the president of Emory and Henry College be and is 
hereby authorized, with the sanction and approval of the members of the 
Holston Annual Conference, assembled in the city of Knoxville on this the 6th 
day of October, 1924, to inaugurate and carry forward a special campaign in 
the churches of Holston Conference for the purpose of raising at least $10,000 
if possible; 

Second, that all moneys raised in this special campaign be applied to income 
for operating expenses at Emory and Henry College; 

Third, that if an amount sufficient to equal the difference between present 
income, exclusive of student fees, and $25,000 be raised, that then application' 
be made to the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities for credit as 
a standard A grade college; 

Fourth, that the president of Emory and Henry College be authorized tO' 
use this resolution as his authority for conducting said special campaign. 

8. The educational statistics are as follows: 

Number of institutions 4 

Number of teachers 59' 

Number of students 733 

Endowment (Emory and Henry College) $ 226,000- 

Value of property 1,009,211 

9. We recommend the appointment of R. H. Ballard as a student at 
Emory University; of W. K. Cregger as a student at Southern Methodist Uni- 
versity; of John C. Orr as a teacher at Emory and Henry College; of J. E. 
Lowry as associate president of Hiwassee College; of J. W. Malone as presi- 
dent of Centenary College; of J. E. Anderson as a student at Southern Metho- 
dist University. 

J. S. French, President. 
R. B. Platt, Jr., Secretary. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 55 

Report No. 5. 

With reference to the paper referred to us touching the Princeton Train- 
ing School, we find it utterly impossible to arrive at any conclusion in the time 
at our disposal. We have none of the papers passed between the Princeton 
brethren and the Board of Trustees of Emory and Henry College, nor have 
we any other information. 

The Board of Education has a special called session within the next thirty 
to sixty days, and we appoint W. S. Neighbors, J. F. Barnett and George C. 
Peery a committee to look into the entire matter and bring us a report at 
that time. 



R. B. Platt, Jr., Secretary. 



J. S. French, President. 



C 

BOARD OF MISSIONS. 
Report No. i. 

Those of us who are acquainted with the missionary enterprise of our 
Church realize that we are face to face with a serious crisis. We are con- 
fronted with the threatened collapse of our splendid missionary program at 
home and abroad. The causes are not far to seek: the Centenary askings 
have not been paid in full, and the Centenary program has so increased the 
work of our Board of Missions that its regular income is inadequate to sup- 
port it. The Board faces a large indebtedness and the necessity of curtailing 
its work unless sufficient new money can be raised to cover the difference be- 
tween expenses and income. 

But there are encouraging prospects and inspiring hopes. The Centenary 
has added about three hundred new members to our foreign missionary staff 
and as many more to the staff in the home fields; four new mission fields 
have been opened; fifty schools and colleges have been built or rebuilt; three 
hundred churches, twenty-five institutional plants, and twelve hospitals have 
been put into effective operation. The results from these agencies have been 
exceedingly gratifying. 

The results at home have been even more gratifying. Our Mission Boards 
have assisted down-town churches, churches in great industrial centers, and 
they have brought about a better understanding between the white and colored 
races in the South; new life has come to country and city mission charges, 
mission schools and colleges through the help of our Boards of Missions, and 
the work among foreign-speaking peoples in our Southland has been increased. 

In the Holston Conference we have two mission schools — Hiwassee Col- 
lege and the Triangular Mountain Institute. In view of the fact that for 
many of our preachers Hiwassee College affords the only opportunity for 
academic work, we ask for it a larger place in the prayers and stewardship 
of our people. This school has had some very wholesome changes this year. 
In the mountains of Buchanan County, Virginia, is Triangular Mountain In- 
stitute, which is giving the only moral and mental training in a vast section 
of mountain country. For many of those boys and girls, men and women 
it has enlarged their vision, increased their usefulness to church and state, 
quickened their conscience and deepened their appreciation of God. We 
heartily commend these schools to the patronage of our peoplee. 



56 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

A splendid success has been achieved on the mission charges of our Con- 
ference. There has been a wholesome increase in church attendance, pastoral 
work, Church and Sunday School membership, and in the revivals held on 
our mission charges hundreds of persons have been converted. For which 
we give God the praise and take new courage for the work of another year. 

Your Board of Missions heartily endorses the Centenary Pay-up Cam- 
paign, from January 15 to March 15, by which it is proposed to collect as 
much as possible of our Centenary pledges now past due. There is yet due 
on Centenary askings the sum of $8,161,796, covered by overdue pledges 
totaling nearly double this amount. If enough Centenary money is collected 
to pay these askings in full, these funds will cover the budget of the Board 
of Missions during 1924, 1925, 1926. If these askings are not paid in full, 
the impending danger of debt and curtailment cannot even be postponed until 
1926, but will come at the end of this year. 

We heartily commend the work of the School of Missions conducted by 
our General Board of Missions at Lake Junaluska, and urge our pastors and 
lay workers to attend this school and carry back to their people the inspira- 
tion and information received from the School of Missions. 

The Board endorses the work of the Christian Leaders' Training School 
at Emory, Va., to the support of which the Board appropriates $500. We 
urge both graduates and undergraduates to attend this school, which we be- 
lieve to be a splendid investment of time and money. 

We urge our people, men as well as women, to subscribe for and read our 
official organ of missions, the Missionary Voice, which is a never-failing but 
ever-increasing source of missionary information and inspiration. We recom- 
mend the use, in mission study classes and elsewhere, of the little book, "Heal- 
ing Ourselves." Our people are not slow to respond to an appeal for funds 
for our missionary enterprise when they have been informed by missionary 
reading, teaching and preaching as to the use of such money. We ask our 
pastors to preach often upon the missionary task of our church, the ground 
for which lies in the character of the eternal God. 

It would be well for us to follow the leadership of at least one other 
denomination and begin an intensive Stewardship campaign. God has won- 
derfully blessed our Church in material prosperity, and common gratitude 
demands that we make a hearty and liberal response to His gracious good- 
ness to us. 

The Centenary period and program will come to an end, but retrench- 
ment in missionary activity is unthinkable. If we would keep the gospel of 
our Lord Jesus Christ we must share it, and in order to share it most effectively 
we heartily recommend that districts, charges, Epworth Leagues, Sunday 
Schools, missionary societies and individuals assume a "mission special," and 
thereby obviate the necessity for a backward and hurtful move. 

Evangelism has been and is the keynote of Methodism. Our fathers in 
the church were powerful preachers of a heartfelt religion. Our Methodism 
has not lost her power in this direction. Great revivals are being held in 
many of our churches even as in other years. We have capable and conse- 
crated Conference evangelists whose work God has wonderfully blessed. 
They go where they are asked and accept what is given them as an honora- 
^rium. We recommend these men to our people and urge our pastors who are 
looking for the help of an evangelist to use our own Conference evangelists 
wherever possible. And we especially exhort our pastors in preaching from 
Sunday to Sunday to sound the deeper note of evangelism for which one 



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57 



often listens in vain. Indeed, why should not all our preaching be definitely- 
evangelistic? 

Marion, Va., has been selected as the place for the mid-year meeting of 
the Board of Missions, on January 20 and 21, 1925. 

The following charges have become self-supporting and are placed upon 
our Roll of Honor: Coeburn Circuit, Drill, East Park, Independence, Mel- 
vin, Morristown Circuit, Tom's Creek, Wise Circuit. 

We make the following special appropriations: 

President Hiwassee College $2,000 

Principal Triangular Mountain Institute 1,000 

Chaplaincy Emory and Henry College 1,000 

Christian Leaders' Training School 500 

Expenses of the Board 500 

To eighty mission charges the Board appropriates a total of $16,710, ap- 
portioned as follows : 



Abingdon Circuit $ 80 

Andover and Inman 200 

Avondale 150 

Alcoa 250 

Athens Circuit 200 

Afton 150 

Benham 80 

Bristol Circuit 150 

Buchanan 300 

Blue Ridge . 350 

Chatham Hill 175 

Clinchport 200 

Careyville 400 

Cotula 350 

Clintwood 200 

Coveton 200 

Ducktown 250 

Draper 300 

Dickenson 200 

Dunlap 150 

East Stone Gap 500 

Etna 200 

Epworth 200 

Embreeville 200 

Erwin Mission 250 

Evensville 150 

Ewing 100 

East River 200 

Faraday , 200 

Fall Branch 150 

Floyd 300 

Glenalum 200 

Grundy 175 

Grant 200 

Hixson 200 

Henry's Cross Roads 300 



B-4 Hillsville $250 C 

A laeger 200 B-4 

C Jonesboro 300 C 

C Kingsport Circuit 250 C 

C Lookout Mountain 300 C 

B-4 Louisville 150 B-4 

B-4 Mountain City 200 C 

C Morristown Mission 250 B 

C McFerrin 750 A-i 

C Mt. Vernon 200 C 

B-4 Monroe Circuit 150 C 

C Macedonia 150 B-4 

B-4 Mercer and Summers 200 C 

B-4 Nicklesville 100 C 

B-4 Powell's Valley 100 B-4 

C Peakland 100 C 

C Philadelphia 150 A 

C Powell Station 400 B-4 

C Parrottsville 150 C 

A-2 Rising Fawn & Trenton. 100 B 

A Roderfield 350 C 

C RIcevIlle 200 C 

B Rogersvllle 150 B 

C Radford 300 C 

B Richlands Circuit 100 A-2 

B Saltville Mission 250 B 

A-2 Sneedvllle 250 C 

C South Bristol 150 B-4 

A-i Stickleyville 200 B 

C Spring City 200 B-4 

C South Cleveland 250 B-4 

C Sevierville 200 A-2 

C Spanishburg 300 C 

C Tazewell Station 150 B-4 

B Tazewell Circuit 150 C 

C Virginia Avenue 150 B-4 



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West Bristol $175 B-4 Wisdom Memorial $250 C 

West Welch 200 C West Graham 225 B-4 

Whitwell 150 C Wilder and Carbo. 100 C 

Wauhatchie 100 C 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. M. Carter, President. 
M. A. Stevenson, Assistant Secretary. 



Report No. 2 — Evangelism. 

The importance of evangelism can never be overestimated. To bring the 
unsaved to Christ is the supreme business of the church. All else is subsidiary 
to this. Furthermore, we believe that just now is the time when, of all others, 
this primary work of the church should be emphasized and prosecuted as never 
before. Therefore, let the revival fires burn upon all our altars. Let the 
passion for souls take possession of all our hearts. 

We recommend, first, that all our pastors hold meetings themselves. We 
refuse to believe that there is a Methodist preacher anywhere who cannot con- 
duct a good revival. Prayerful planning for the revival, the thorough or- 
ganization of the lay forces, laying the responsibility squarely upon the church 
itself, expecting results, wherever possible the pastor doing his own preaching 
— these will bring to the church as a whole the most lasting- and satisfactory 
results. 

We recommend, second, that our pastors, when they need evangelists, use 
our own Conference and District evangelists wherever possible. They have 
given themselves wholly to this work. They are men of God, whose power 
and effectiveness in revival work is known to us all. Let us not go outside 
our own Conference for evangelistic help as long as our own evangelists are 
available. 

We recommend, third, that all pastors call on other pastors for help in 
their meetings. Let the pastors hold one or more meetings outside their charges. 

We recommend, fourth, the following brethren be appointed Conference 
evangelists: J. C. Patty, E. L. Addington, W. B. Belchee, and R. T. HoutSj 
that J. H. Watkins, be appointed evangelist for the Knoxville District, R. T. 
McDowell evangelist for the Abingdon District, and D. F. Wyrick evangelist 
for the Cleveland District, and that all these brethren submit to the chairman 
of the Committee on Evangelism annual reports covering the number of meet- 
ings held, compensation received, conversions, and accessions to the church. 

J. M. Carter, President. 



Treasurer's Report. 

Receifts. 

Balance October 6, 1923 $17,467.67 

J. E. Edgerton, Tr 6,955.73 

Assessments 14,303.52 

Interest from investments 441.50 

Interest on account 196.07 — $39,364.49 



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Disbursements. 

Printing checks $ i7-5o 

Holston Annual 148.00 

Investment bought 3,000.00 

J. N. Hillman 500.00 

Poland Printing Company 6.75 

Crescent Printery 26.20 

E. A. Shugart 8.70 

S. B. Vaught 23.60 

M. A. Stevenson 63.07 

J. M. Carter 125.16 

Mid-year meeting expenses 341.54 

J. C. Orr 833.30 

J, E. Lowry 1,500.00 

Salaries 23,441.17 

Balance October 6, 1924 9)329.50 — $39,364.49 

J. M. Carter, President, for Treasurer-. 



D 



COMMISSION ON BUDGET. 

Your Commission on Budget has labored to bring in a report which would 
entail no increase in assessments upon the Conference, but, owing to an addi- 
tional assessment from the General Commission on Budget of $1,572, to cover 
the expense of the Special Session of the General Conference, and the grant- 
ing of 1,000 additional to the Board of Conference Lay Activities, we have 
had to make a small increase upon the Conference, since there was no item 
which we could drop. By action of the Conference last year we were under 
the necessity of continuing the assessment of $2,500 to meet the expenses of 
the Centennial Commission. 

The several causes for Conference work, with the amounts allotted and 
their ratios of distribution, appear in the following table : 

Cause Amount Ratio 

Conference Claimants $24,000 .2721 

Conference Education 20,000 .2267 

Conference Missions 18,000 .2041 

Church Extension 6,708 .0760 

Sunday Schools 4)5oo .0510 

Epworth Leagues 2,500 .0283 

Conference Expense 2,500 .0283 

Centennial Celebration 2,500 .0283 

Centenary Col. debt to Pruden estate_ 2,000 .0227 

Methodist Advocate 2,000 .0227 

Lay Activities 2,000 .0227 

Holston Orphanage I5500 .0171 



100.0000 



There is added now to this total the general assessment of $74,065, which 
makes a grand total of $162,273, which is divided by the following ratios: 



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Conference work, .54365 general work, .4564.. 

The following table shows the distribution of the assessments to the ten 
districts : 

District General Conference Total 

Abingdon $ 7,725 $ 9,202 $ 16,927 

Big Stone Gap 6,518 7,764 14,282 

Bluefield 7,429 8,850 16,279 

Chattanooga 9,306 11,085 20,391 

Cleveland 5,461 6,506 11,967 

Knoxville 9,39° 11,185 20,575 

Morristown 7,140 8,483 155623 

Radford 6,546 7,799 i4,345 

Tazewell 7,065 8,417 15,482 

Wytheville 7,4^5 8,917 16,402 

Totals $74,065 $88,208 $162,273 

The sum of $687 was transferred with the Lead Mines charge from the 
Radford District to the Wytheville District. 

J. A. Baylor, Chairman. 
F. B. Shelton, Secretary. 



E 

CHURCH EXTENSION. 

We are glad to report that the Conference Board of Church Extension 
continues with uninterrupted progress. The Sullins-Price-Richardson Loan 
Fund has grown until it now amounts to $9,545. 

Our treasurer reports that we have aided during the past year thirteen 
churches and three parsonages. We had at our disposal at this Conference 
$5,478, from which we have made the following donations: 

District Church Donation Loan 

Abingdon Henry Town $ 100 

Abingdon Wright's Chapel 300 

Big Stone Gap East Stone Gap 500 

Bluefield Worth 350 

Bluefield Grumpier 250 

Chattanooga Spring City 350 

Chattanooga „ Dodson Avenue 500 

Cleveland Ooltewah 300 

Knoxville Fincastle 600 

Knoxville Middlebrook Pike 300 

Radford Greenview 500 

Wytheville Troutdale 300 

Wytheville Mt. Olivet 300 

Wytheville Marion Street $4,700 



Total $4,650 $4,700 



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PARSONAGE. 

District Charges Donation 

Abingdon Broadford $300 

Knoxville Henry's Cross Roads 100 

Radford Draper 100 



Total $500 

W, E. Brock, President. 
H. B. Brown, Secretary. 



Treasurer's Report. 

The treasurer has during the year written the following checks : 

Oct. 17,1923 — ^Alcoa Church, donation $ 300.00 

Oct. 30, 1923 — ^Matoaka Church, donation 500.00 

Nov. 3, 1923 — ^Tyner Church, donation 500.00 

Nov. 23, 1923 — Third Church, Johnson City, donation 200.00 

Nov. 30, 1923 — Draper Church, donation 200.00 

Nov. 30, 1923 — Fancy Gap Church, donation 250.00 

Dec. 5, 1923 — Kingsport Church, donation 500.00 

Oct. 24, 1923 — Crumpler Parsonage, donation 500.00 

Nov. 13, 1923 — Ewing Parsonage, donation 200.00 

Jan. 3, 1924. — Elkhorn Church, donation 400.00 

Jan. 3, 1924 — ^Letterheads 7.50 

Nov. 14, 1923 — ^Printing Minutes 60.00 

Feb. 2, 1924 — Careyville Parsonage, donation 300.00 

Feb. 4, 1924 — Ocoee Church, donation 300.00 

Feb. 4, 1924 — ^Powell's Station, donation 300.00 

Mar. 7, 1924 — ^Representative Church, donation 26.83 

Mar. 7,1924 — ^Expense 15.00 

Mar. 7,1924 — Expense 7.20 

Mar. 1 8, 1924 — ^Thorpe Church, donation 500.00 

April 9, 1924 — Narrows Church, donation 200.00 

Total $5,566.83 

J. F. Benton, Treasurer. 



F 

HOSPITAL BOARD. 

We are glad to note the progress being made by our General Hospital 
Board, as indicated by the report of Rev. Charles C. Jarrell, secretary of the 
General Board. Our Church now has in operation and under construction hos- 
pitals in the following cities: St. Louis, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, Mem- 
phis, Hattiesburg, Montgomery and Atlanta. In addition to the above Hunt- 
ington, W. Va., has offered to the General Hospital Board a site for a hospital 
of four and one-half acres of land and $200,000, without any conditions or 
terms attached, and the Board has accepted this offer. The General Hospital 
Board is greatly embarrassed by lack of funds. As stated by the General Sec- 



62 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

retary, it cannot go forward in its Christlike service unless we Southern Metho- 
dists g-rasp the spirit of this work and come to the rescue. 

The General Conference assessment for this work yields only $8,000 per 
year, which is inadequate. By action of the General Hospital Board 20 per 
cent of the money derived from the Golden Cross Enrollment can be used for 
that purpose. Your Conference Hospital Board heartily recommends that the 
Golden Cross Enrollment be presented to our churches throughout Holston 
Conference, and a vigorous effort be made to procure a larger membership in 
the Golden Cross Society. 

Owing to general conditions throughout our Conference your committee 
has no further recommendations to make for the coming conference year. Rev. 
Charles C. Jarrell has clearly shown us what is our duty when he said if we do 
our duty as Methodists it will lift a long-standing reproach from our evangel- 
ical shoulders. Jesus said "Go," and the Church answered with her magnificent 
missionary enterprise. He said "Preach," and the Church answered with a 
thousand flaming tongues. He said "Teach," and the Church answered with 
her Sunday Schools, colleges and universities. He said "Heal," and we 
Protestants have been slow to hear and slow to obey. Let us hear and let us 
obey. 



F. W. Udy, Secretary. 



E. F. Kahle, President. 



G 

SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD. 

The year just closed has been one of most gratifying progress in the 
Holston Conference, as well as in the Church at large. The figures showing 
enrollment are not accessible, but general evidences indicate that there has been 
a substantial gain. In the report of the Conference Superintendent of Sunday 
Schools to the Board he says : "I feel absolutely sure that the character of work 
done in the Sunday Schools of Holston Conference during the past year is of 
a higher order than any previous year in its history. He bases his statement 
on the following reasons: First, we have a larger number of teachers who 
have been taking training and who are taking training than ever before, con- 
sequently they are better fitted to teach than ever; second, a large number of 
schools are using Graded Lessons and the work in the class room is more nearly 
meeting the need of the pupil. 

Four standard and two non-standard training schools have been held. Of 
the standard, Knoxville, with an enrollment of 149, issued no credits; Chat- 
tanooga, enrollment 206, credits 163; Radford, enrollment 142, credits 134; 
Bluefield, enrollment 164, credits 126. The Pastors' School at Emory and 
Henry College issued 42 credits. One of the non-standard schools was held at 
Hiwassee College and the other at Etowah, both in the Cleveland District. 
Training courses were conducted at Emory and Henry and Martha Washington 
Colleges, which, with training classes in many local schools, bring the credits 
from all sources to a total of 1,426. 

We are pleased that after long delay, programmes of work A, B, and C 
are in print and ready for distribution. They offer a solution to many of the 
problems and difiiculties of organization and administration in the local school. 
We urge all superintendents to speedily place the programme of work called 
for by his building. 



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The observance of Children's Week was more general than for any previous 
year, and prospects are for much more general observance this Fall. The lack 
of observance of Sunday School Day by so many schools is a disappointment 
to the Board. 

We wish to call the attention of the Sunday School people to the Summer 
School at Emory and Henry College. The Sunday School Board continues its 
relation to that school on the same basis as for previous years, and offers at 
least five courses there for Sunday School workers. We urge our Sunday 
School people to attend, and our preachers to take at least one of the Sunday 
School courses. 

We call the attention of our Sunday Schools to Triangular Mountain In- 
stitute, a mission school, located in the mountains of Buchanan County, Vir- 
ginia, which has by our Bureau of Specials been approved as a home mission 
special for Sunday Schools, to the amount of $2,400, which is divided into 
$25 shares. While it is a special for the whole Church, Holston Conference 
should take most of the shares. 

We commend the work of Rev. B. N. Waterhouse, and recommend that the 
General Sunday School Board continue him in his present position with them. 
We commend the work of Rev. S. S. Boyer, Conference Superintendent of 
Sunday Schools, and ask Bishop Mouzon to reappoint him to that work. We 
pledge our support to the General Sunday School Board in promoting member- 
ship and evangelistic campaigns, also Children's Week and Home and Parent- 
Teacher work. 

We have adopted the following goal: 

1. Every district organized, and each member of the Board a member of 
the district organization. 

2. A training school in every district, and twenty-five new training 
classes. 

3. Every class eligible as a Wesley class organized and enrolled, and those 
now enrolled with charter renewed for 1925. 

4. Campaign of membership in town and city schools this Fall, and for 
the circuits and missions next Spring. 

5. Twenty-five per cent increase in number and membership of the Cradle 
Roll and Home Departments, and ten per cent in all other departments. 

6. Twenty-five circuit training schools. 

7. Programme of work placed in 200 schools. 

L. W. Pierce, Chairman. 



Treasurer's Report. 

Receifts. 

Balance on hand October 6, 1923 $5,799.40 

Received on assessments 3)575-88 

Received on Sunday School Day 970.94 

Interest from Chattanooga Savings Bank 137-98 

Refund 37.00 — $10,521.20 

Disbursements. 

Paid to Lamar & Barton $ 176.83 

Paid to Treasurer of Summer School 500.00 

Sundry expenses of Board 3,921.05 

Balance October 3, 1924 5,923.32 — $10,521.20 

W. H. Briggs, Treasurer. 



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H 

BOARD ON CHRISTIAN LITERATURE. 

At this particular time of unrest and intellectual confusion in the Church 
nothing is more important than an adequate supply of sound, wholesome Chris- 
tian literature to meet the needs of the people. The Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South, is making a very successful effort to supply this need. Our 
Publishing House at Nashville is doing the best work in its history and is send- 
ing out a constant supply of the best literature in the world. We most heartily 
recommend our own Publishing House and its literature to all our people. 

The Methodist Advocate has started out on a new lease of life, and, with 
the backing of the three Conferences which its represents, we anticipate that it 
will have a very successful career. We ought to have a much larger subscrip- 
tion list, and we heartily commend to both preachers and laymen that all make 
a special effort to place the Methodist Advocate in every home. The minimum 
should be the quota assigned to each charge. 

The Christian Advocate is a strong and interesting paper, setting forth the 
great work of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. We heartily commend 
its editorial policy and believe that it should be read not only by every min- 
ister in our Church but by all the official members of our Church. 

The Efvoorth Era is the splendidly edited organ of the Epworth League, 
setting forth the work of the young people of the Church. It has never been 
better than it is now, and we are glad to know that it is widely circulated. 

The Missionary Voice has been greatly enlarged and improved and is set- 
ting forth our missionary work at home and abroad. No one can read the 
Voice without becoming familiar with the work that the Church is doing in 
many lands. 

We heartily recommend the use of the Young Christian Worker for all our 
young people, which sets forth in an attractive form, and in a way that will 
interest young people, the great missionary work of the Church. 

Our Sunday School literature is in demand as the best that is published 
anywhere in the world. We are happy to note its wide circulation and general 
use among our people. We urge every Sunday School to use the literature of 
our own Sunday School Board and to discard interdenominational or non- 
denominational Sunday School literature. We heartily recommend Dr. E. B. 
Chappell In his wise editorial policy. Securing for our own Sunday School 
Board the best materials available and enlisting a large number of thoroughly 
qualified leaders of the Church to write articles for our Sunday School publi- 
cations. The thorough system of grading and the special literature prepared 
for each particular grade gives us assurance that the need of every one that 
comes to our Sunday Schools will be met. 

The Methodist Quarterly Revieiv, under the able editorship of Dr. Gilbert 
T. Rowe, measures up to the high standard of similar publications in other 
churches, and we are proud of the way in which this great publication of our 
Church is sent forth to the reading public. 

Knowing the need of better Sunday School music and seeing in many places 
our grand old hymns replaced by "popular" or "jazz" songs, we recommend 
that Cokeshury Hymnal and other song books of its class be used in Sunday 
School. 

The Life of Bishof Walter R. Lambuth, by Dr. W. W. PInson, is now on 
the press. It promises to be a most interesting and attractive word picture of 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 65 

the life and labors of our greatest missionary leader. It ought to be read by 
all our preachers and laymen and placed in every home. 

We recommend that Holston Conference make an assessment of $2,000 for 
the support of the Methodist Advocate — the same amount we appropriated last 
year. 

P. L. CoBBj Chairman. 

R. G. Reynolds, Secretary. 



I 

ANNUAL REPORT, 1 923-1 924 . . 

Chattanooga Savings Bank, General Treasurer 
Holston Conference, M. E. Church, South. 

The Chattanooga Savings Bank has collceted for the several funds 
of Holston Conference during the year $209,300 and for the 

Missionary Centenary Fund for the year $48,800. Total $258,100.00 

Total expenses for the General Treasurer for the year are 780.00 

The bank has paid to the various boards in the Conference in in- 
terest on balance 1,113.15 

We have on hand for Annual Conference expenses 2,256.28 

We acknowledge receipt and hold for collection the following first mort- 
gage real estate loans for the boards named. These properties are appraised 
at more than twice the aroount of the loan and are amply covered by insurance. 

Board of Missions — Name Amount 

1075-S Trust Certificate $1,800.00 

1014-D Trust Certificate 400.00 

1075-J Trust Certificate 400.00 

32-105 Trust Certificate 2,500.00 

4-1257 Trust Certificate 1,000.00 

28-119 Trust Certificate 3,000.00 

Total $9,100.00 

Holston Orfhanage — 

10821 Day $ 400.00 

IOI5-N Trust Certificate 800.00 

1065-F Trust Certificate 400.00 

Trust Certificate ii2i5^ — Int. in Cornett Fund 400.00 

Brown Fund Fidelity Trust Company Bonds 600.00 

Total $2,600.00 

Trustees of Conference Funds — 

S-1023 Trust Certificates $ 800.00 

'6-1151 Trust Certificates 300.00 

1 1500 Puckett 800.00 

1032-G Trust Certificate 1,000.00 

Trust Certificate 11225^ — Int. in Cornett Fund 400.00 

Total $3,300.00 



i 



66 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

All moneys received for General Work have been remitted monthly to the 
proper boards, the totals being as follows: 

Foreign Missions $16,767.36 

Home Missions 6,526,08 

Church Extension 5,328.00 

Education 3,110.40 

Theological Schools 2,217.60 

Negro Work 1,664.64 

Superannuate Fund 5,552.64 

Epworth League 1,307.52 

Sunday Schools . 5,495.04 

Bishops' Fund 4,884.48 

General Conference expenses 1,526.40 

American Bible Society 1,416.96 

Temperance and Social Service 3 34-o8 

Asbury Memorial 109.44 

Lay x\ctivities 1,025.28 

Hospitals 334.08 

Total $57,600.00 

The following amounts are the balances to the credit of the accounts named 
asshown by our ledger October 3, 1924: 

Holston Annual $ 936.80 

American Bible Society 196.94 

Annual Conference expenses 2,256.28 

Conference Claimants' Fund 22,030.27 

Church Extension Board 5,478.78 

Board of Education 14,738.66 

Epworth League Board 2,921.27 

Holston Epworth League Conference 254.34 

Laymen's Work. 584.59 

Conference Missions 9>329.5o 

Holston Orphanage 3,786.52 

Pruden Debt 1,592.78 

Sunday School Board : 5,923.32 

May we express our appreciation to all the members of Holston Conference 
who have so many times during the past ten years expressed their own appre- 
ciation of our service to the Conference. We give the assurance that this asso- 
ciation has been mutually satisfactory and pleasant, and hope that it may con- 
tinue over a long period. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHATTANOOGA SAVINGS BANK, 
By J. V. HoLDAM, Jss't. Trust Officer. 



SABBATH OBSERVANCE. 

For many years we as a great Conference have put ourselves on record as 
recognizing the Sabbath as a divine institution, and as being heartily in favor 
of its preservation by continued observance. We desire on this centennial occa- 



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sion to renew our covenant of former years with both God and man by again 
asserting- our belief in the supreme importance of observing- the Sabbath as 
divinely commanded, Jesus declared to his apostles that he was their Lord 
and Master, He said to the Pharisee critics, "The Sabbath was made for man 
and not man for the Sabbath"; and ag-ain "The Son of Man is also Lord of 
the Sabbath," By these sayings he meant to declare the supreme authority of 
all time was centered in himself as the incarnate legislator of the world, and 
that a proper use of the Sabbath would bring to man blessings, joys and com- 
forts from every angle required by his needs. 

All history furnishes to every faithful observer unnumbered demonstra- 
tions that Sabbath desecration is a robber and murderer wherever he wields his 
blighting sword. Thousands of our people by perversion of the Sabbath, using 
it merely for worldly pleasure or ordinary labor for worldly gain, find them- 
selves disappointed and wrecked under the curse of God, and are allowed no 
satisfactory use of the intervening six days as a penalty for endeavoring to 
steal the Sabbath from Its proper sphere. We recognize legislatioi, serving the 
end of proper Sabbath observance as being legitimate and wise tu the same 
degree as legislation co-operating with God in giving proper heed to the com- 
mandments having reference to murder, stealing and lying. 

We deplore the wholesale and flagrant disregard for the Sabbath on the 
part of many professing Christians and hereby urge them to awake and seri- 
ously consider the fact that the declaration that God Is no respector of persons 
has reference to his law of retribution as well as that of mercy and benefac- 
tions. We urge the brethren of the ministry to be diligent, prayerful and 
zealous In faithfully preaching the word with reference to this particular truth 
and obligation to the end they may not fall Into the unfortunate company 
of derelicts whom the Lord will refuse to know in the day of rewards. Let 
us faithfully guard the Sabbath In its original and true purpose, for it is the 
only hope of our civilization and of the prosperity of our Zion. Coming 
down to the last analysis, It Is the sense of your committee that the outstanding 
cause of the present-day enormity of Sabbath desecration Is traceable to the 
home life. Many homes supposed to be Christian homes forfeit their right to 
be called such by their habit of regarding the Sabbath as a holiday Instead of a 
holy day. The child life should be fraught with a consciousness that the 
Sabbath is peculiarly a day for meditation In religious thought and recognition 
of divine things in their proper relation to development of Christian character, 

R, L, Evans, Chairman. 

W, M. Patty, Secretary. 



K 

SPIRITUAL STATE OF THE CHURCH. 
Your committee on the Spiritual State of the Church rejoices to note the 
year of success in that 6,720 souls have united with the church on profession 
of faith. Yet our hearts are grieved when we think of the thousands of un- 
regenerate men, women, boys and girls within the bounds of Holston Confer- 
ence. There has never been a time in the history of our Church in these Hol- 
ston hills when the opportunity was greater and the harvest riper than now. 



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We are celebrating this year the one hundredth anniversary o£ Holston 
Methodism, and have been reviewing with no small degree of pride the achieve- 
ments of our great Church. While we rejoice because of our success, we should 
not be satisfied with the achievements of our fathers. They have borne the 
burden and heat of the day and have made for us, by their sacrifices, a greater 
opportunity which carries with it a greater responsibility. In view of existing 
conditions we earnestly recommend that our pastors, the shepherds of the souls 
of men, become more evangelistic in their preaching and make the salvation of 
souls their chief aim. As has been suggested by Bishop Mouzon, our slogan 
should be "Back to John Wesley." q^ K._ Tones, 

C. Q. Counts, 
C. A. Pangle. 



BIBLE BOARD. 

The Bible needs no defense from men. Exiled, it has created a new king- 
dom and shifted the center and balance of power. Carried away captive, it 
has broken down rival altars and overthrown false gods till the right of way 
has been accorded to it by friend and foe. Sold into bondage by false brethren, 
it has captured the hearts of its masters and ascended the throne of dominion. 
Burned on the public square by the public executioner, it has risen sphinx-like 
and floated away in triumph, waving the smoke of its own funeral as a flag 
of victory. Scourged from city to city, it has gone through the capitals of 
the civilized world, leaving behind it a trail of light attesting its divine 
authority. 

The Bible contains the mind of God, the state of man, the way of salvation, 
the doom of sinners, and the happiness of believers. Its doctrines are holy, its 
precepts are binding, its historians are true and its decisions are immutable. Read 
it to be wise, believe it to be safe, and practice it to be holy. It contains light 
to direct you, food to support you and comfort to cheer you. It is the traveler's 
map, the pilgrim's stafi^, the pilot's compass, the soldier's sword and the Chris- 
tian's character. Here paradise is restored, heaven opened and the gates of 
hell disclosed. Christ is its subject, our good its design, and the glory of God 
its end. It should fill the memory, rule the heart and guide the feet. It is a 
mine of wealth, a paradise of glory and a river of pleasure. It is given to 
you in lifej will be remembered forever. It involves the highest responsibility j 
will reward all greatest labor, and condemn all who trifle with its sacred con- 
tents. It shall rise in power and beauty as long as there remains one sinner 
needing salvation, or one saint hoping for heaven. 

We endorse the work of the American Bible Society and believe it worthy 
of our support. Our treasurer, the Chattanooga Savings Bank, reports that 
there is a balance yet to our credit of $196.94. This is reserved for use in the 
Conference, especially for those of foreign birth. 

W. S. Lyons, Chairman. 

Y. W. Brooks, Secretary. 



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M 

BOARD OF FINANCE 

The Board has carefully considered each claimant, and has made appropria- 
tion accordingly. The sum of $1,500 is apportioned for Holston Orphanage. 

The sum of $24,000 is apportioned for Conference Claimants. The ap- 
propriations for the year are as follows: 

SUPERANNUATES. 

Yrs. of 
No. Claimant Address Service 

1 Alexander, Rev. F., III4 Windsor Ave., Bristol, Tenn 24 

2 Atkins, Rev. K. C, Fountain City. Tenn 52 

3 Barnett, Rev. W. R., Knoxville, Tenn 28 

4 Carlock, Rev. L. L. H., 217 Johnson St., Bristol, Va. 48 

5 earner. Rev. G. A., Route No. 1, Sweetwater, Tenn 22 

6 Carnes, Rev. J. W., Highland Drive, Fountain City, Tenn._ 34 

7 Carr, Rev. D. H., Bluefield, W. Va 41 

8 Cash, Rev. James I., Spring City, Tenn 39 

9 Catron, Rev. S. S., 4505 Alabama Ave., St. Elmo, Tenn.— 38 

10 Clemens, Rev. H. C, 351 E. Main St., Johnson City, Tenn._ 29 

11 Fogleman, Rev. W. L., Johnson City, Tenn 28 

12 Frazier, Rev. J. T., Chilhowie, Va 52 

13 Gannaway, Rev. G. O., Dayton, Tenn 9 

14 Hamilton, Rev. H. S., Jonesboro, Tenn 20 

15 Handy, Rev. T. R., Waugh, Ala 40 

16 Haynes, Rev. L. K., Emory, Va 31 

17 Hearon, Rev. D. S., Bristol, Tenn 47 

18 Henley, Rev. J. S., Johnson City, Tenn 14 

19 Hicks, Rev. W. C, Rural Retreat, Va 11 

20 James, Rev. C. M., Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tenn._ 27 

21 Lee, Rev. B. W., 3607 Ashland Ave., Knoxville, Tenn 21 

22 Maiden, Rev. G. A., 110 W. Val St., Abingdon, Va 36 

23 Maness, Rev. J. C, Decatur, Ga 14 

24 Mitchell, Rev. W. D., Radford, Va 32 

25 Naff, Rev. J. E., Box 815, Kingsport, Tenn., 42 

26 Price, Rev. W. H., Bristol, Va 42 

27 Repass, Rev. J. W., Bristol, Tenn 21 

28 Reynolds, Rev. L. S., Newport, Tenn 12 

29 Romans, Rev. J. M., Marion, Va 14 

30 Simpson, Rev. G. W., Jonesboro, Tenn 24 

31 Strader, Rev. T. D., East Radford, Va 32 

32 Summers, Rev. G. W., Glade Spring, Va 43 

33 Troy, Rev. W. H., Eckman, W. Va 26 

^4 Umberger, Rev. R. S., Athens, W. Va. 22 

35 Wagner, Rev. G. S., Johnson City, Tenn 12 

-36 Wagner, Rev. W. N., 1219 Highland Ave., Bluefield, W.Va. 43 

37 Williams, Rev. L. J., Highland Park Station, Route No. 1, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 15 

38 Wysor, Rev. M. J., Switchback, W. Va 28 

WIDOWS. 

Yrs. of 
No. Claimant Address Service 

1 Bellamy, Mrs. J. R., Elizabethton, Tenn 2 

2 Bellamy, Mrs. W. M., Cassard, Va 8 

3 Bettis, Mrs. E. S., Blacksburg, Va 2 

4 Bogle, Mrs. E. H., Bristol, Va 18 

5 Bruce, Mrs. J. E., Bland, Va 10 

6 Garden, Mrs. W. C, Alton Park. Chattanooga, Tenn 30 

7 Carnes, Mrs. J. B., Knoxville, Tenn 25 

8 Clendenin, Mrs. W. L., Wallace, Va 48 

9 Darr, Mrs. J. A., Chattanooga, Tenn 23 

10 Dawn, Mrs. W. H., Knoxville. Tenn 5 

11 Dickey, Mrs. J. P., Los Angeles, Calif 41 

12 Draper, Mrs. G. B., Wytheville, Va 22 

13 Duvall, Mrs. J. A., 14 Maiden Lane, Raleigh, N. C 25 

14 Dyer, Mrs. W. M., Abingdon, Va 20 

15 Faris, Mrs. W. C, Chattanooga, Tenn 27 

16 French, Mrs. Geo. D., Morristown, Tenn 42 

17 Griffitts, Mrs. J. L., Glade Spring. Va 20 

18 Hall, Mrs. S. H., East Chattanooga, Tenn 32 

19 Hash, Mrs. J. F., Dallas, Texas 12 

20 Hunter, Mrs. J. R., Oakman, Ala 18 



Paid by 


Paid by 


Gen. Bd. 


Con. Bd. 


$31.68 


$350.00 


68.64 


500.00 


36.96 


300.00 


63.36 




29.04 


200.00 


44.88 


300.00 


54.12 


500.00 


5L48 


225.00 


50.16 




38.28 


360.00 


36.96 


400.00 


68.64 




11.88 


150.00 


26.40 




52.80 


200.00 


20.92 


400.00 


62.04 


500.00 


18.48 


400.00 


14.52 


300.00 


35.64 


225.00 


27.72 


500.00 


47.52 




18.48 




42.24 


350.00 


55.44 


350.00 


55.44 


400.00 


27.72 


300.00 


15.84 


500.00 


18.48 


200.00 


31.68 




42.24 


400.00 


56.76 


400.00 


34.32 


500.00 


29.04 


350.00 


15.84 




56.76 


500.00 


19.80 


300.00 


36.96 


250.00 


Paid by 


Paid by 


Gen. Bd. 


Con. Bd. 


$ 1.76 


$100.00 


7.04 


250.00 


1.76 


200.00 


15.84 


300.00 


8.80 


150.00 


35.64 


200.00 


22.00 


225.00 


42.24 




20.24 


800.00 


4.40 


160.00 


36.08 




19.36 


250.00 


22.00 


350.00 


17.60 




23.76 


100.00 


43.23 


350.00 


17.60 


250.00 


28.16 


250.00 


10.56 


275.00 


15.84 


180.00 



70 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



Yrs. of Paid by 

No. Claimant Address Service Gen. Bd. 

21 Hutsell, Mrs. R. A., Eckman, W. Va 22 $19.36 

22 Jackson, Mrs. R, F., Wytheville, Va 24 21.12 

23 Kite, Mrs. R. W., Bristol, Tenn 12 10.56 

24 Maiden, Mrs. J. M., Glenford, Va 18 15.84 

25 McCracken, Mrs. D., Clinton, Tenn 8 7.04 

26 Miller, Mrs. E. K., Rural Retreat, Va 25 22.00 

27 Mort, Mrs. E. W., Bristol, Va 32 28.16 

28 Neel, Mrs. J. S. W., Johnson City, Tenn 44 51.70 

29 Neel, Mrs. Lyle M., Kingsport, Tenn 8 7.04 

30 Pickens, Mrs. W. B., Cleveland, Tenn 5/12 .37 

31 Prater, Mrs. J. L., Bristol, Va 28 24.64 

32 Pyott, Mrs. W. W., Byington, Tenn ____ 40 35.20 

33 Rader, Mrs. J. W., San Francisco, Calif 16 14.08 

34 Reynolds, Mrs. F. M., Andersonville, Tenn 5 4.40 

35 Robertson, Mrs. E. B., 1476 Howard St., N.-W., Wash- 

ington, D. C. 6 5.28 

36 Smith, Mrs. R. E., Hamilton, Ohio 33 29.64 

37 Sorrell, Mrs. W. L., Knoxville, Tenn 20 17.60 

38 Straley. Mrs. J. O.. Bristol, Va 22 19.36 

39 Sutherland, Mrs. R. K., Pulaski, Va 18 15.84 

40 Swecker, Mrs. J. E., Dublin, Va 3 2.64 

41 Walker, Mrs. J. H., Wytheville, Va 40 35.20 

42 Wampler, Mrs. J. F., South Pittsburg, Tenn 9 7.92 

43 Waugh, Mrs. H. B., Morristown, Tenn 35 30.80 

44 Weatherly, Mrs. S. S., Narrows, Va 28 24.64 

45 Wheeler, Mrs. S. R., Athens, W. Va 8 7.04 

46 Wolfe, Mrs. J. M., Dryden, Va 30 26.40 

47 Wood, Mrs. Geo. S., Hilton, Va 16 14.08 

48 Woodward, Mrs. A. F., care Rev. R. C. Camper, 385 Mar- 

ket St., Dayton, Tenn 36 31.68 

49 Woolsey, Mrs. John, care E. M. Woolsey, Windsor Ave., 

Bristol, Tenn 22 19.36 

50 Blake, Mrs. Eugene, Galax, Va 



Paid by 
Con. Bd. 
$250.00 
250.00 
225.00 
225.00 
100.00 
200.00 
350.00 
350.00 
300.00 
100.00 
350.00 
350.00 
350.00 
150.00 



350.00 

35CL00 

225.00 
300.00 
100.00 
180.00 
225.00 
180.00 
300.00 
300.00 

150.00 

180.00 
200.00 



SPECIALS. 



Superannuates — 

Rev. J. A. Lyons $ 

Rev. S. T. McPherson 

Rev. J. M. Paxton 

Rev. J. A. L. Perkins 

Rev. J. H. Kern 

Rev. J. E. Lowry, Admr. 
Reynolds boys 



200.00 
500.00 
400.00 
300.00 
150.00 

200.00 



$12,360.00 



Widows- — 

Mrs. Fred Gordon $ 150.00 

Mrs. Geo. L. Lambert 250.00 

Miss Mary Moore 100.00 

Miss Lucile Byrd, Guardian 

Margaret B. Byrd 100.00 

Joe P. Byrd 100.00 



$11,180.00 
$12,360.00 



Grand Total $23,540.00 



E. L. Addington, President. 



A. B. Hunter, Secretary. 



Treasurer's Report. 



Receipts. 

Balance October 6, 1923 $25,314.05 

Assessments 19,071.36 

Interest on account 454.23 

Collected at Bluefield Conference 226.35 

Publishing House Fund 2,254.12 

Joint Board Finance 362.17 

Clark Fund 60.00 

Wall Fund 300.00 

Cornett Fund 12.00 

Specials 80.31 

Investment interest 235.50 — $48,370.09 



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Disbursements, 

Conference Claimants $23,933.00 

Holston Annual 120.00 

Treasurer's expenses, 1922-3, 1923-4 20.00 

A. B. Hunter 7.30 

A. S. Thorn 5.40 

Balance October 3, 1924 24,284.39 — $48,370.09 

A. S. Thorn, Treasurer. 



N 

REPORT OF CENTENNIAL COMMISSION. 

Your Commission on Holston's Centennial has carried forward the work 
outlined in the report adopted at the time of its creation to the best of its 
ability and has presented to you its efforts in concrete form. 

I. Every endeavor was put forth to be of service to the brethren in their 
revivals and thus carry out the foremost and most important matter before us, 
viz., evang^elism. In this effort a special evangelistic secretary was appointed, 
on the suggestion of the presiding elder, in each district, and through him we 
early undertook to get a definite date set, a preacher and singer to assist (where 
wanted), and to be of whatever further service we possibly could. One joint 
meeting of the Commission and these evangelistic secretaries was devoted en- 
tirely to planning the evangelistic campaign, in addition to which the chairman 
attended almost all the District Missionary Institutes and presented the matter. 

The brethren fell into line most heartily, and it is our deliberate judgment 
that we have not seen more earnest efforts put forth. It has not been a good 
year for revivals. The general conditions have been against us. We had the 
most disagreeable and long-drawn-out Winter in many years, and in much of 
our rural territory the roads were practically impassable until late Spring. 
Until recently conditions in Europe kept our thoughtful people uneasy. Great 
political conventions have been held to nominate candidates for the presidency, 
and their influence has turned attention from revivals. Economic conditions 
have been more or less unsettled. The question of unification has demanded 
and received our attention. These and other things made impossible the crea- 
tion of such a revival atmosphere as we had hoped to see. 

Nevertheless remarkable results have been obtained. In the Abingdon Dis- 
trict (T. C. Schuler, presiding elder, and J. S. French, evangelistic secretary) 
there have been 1,300 professions and 701 have been received into the Church 
on profession of faith. In the Big Stone Gap District (E. A. Shugart, presid- 
ing elder, and M. A. Stevenson, R. G. Reynolds and K. W. Cox, evangelistic 
secretaries) there have been 1,776 professions and 694 additions on profession 
of faith. In the Bluefield District (M. P. Carico, presiding elder, and George 
L. Lambert, evangelistic secretary) there have been 1,800 professions and 890 
have been added on profession of faith. In the Chattanooga District (S. D. 
Long, presiding elder, and R. N. Havens, evangelistic secretary) there have 
been 1,400 professions and 729 additions on profession of faith. In the Cleve- 
land District (J. E. Wolfe, presiding elder, and C. W. Dean, evangelistic sec- 
retary) there have been 1,000 professions and 415 additions to the Church on 
profession of faith. In the Knoxville District (E. E. Wiley, presiding elder, 
and C. K. Wingo, evangelistic secretary) there have been 1,100 professions 



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and 607 additions on profession of faith. In the Morristown District (N. M. 
Watson, presiding- elder, and R. B. Piatt, Jr., evangelistic secretary) there have 
been 1,400 professions and 500 additions on profession of faith. In the Rad- 
ford District (J. B. Ward, presiding elder, and Z. B. Randall, evangelistic 
secretary) there have been 800 professions and 428 additions by profession of 
faith. In the Tazewell District (W. S. Hendricks, presiding elder, and W. P. 
Eastwood, evangelistic secretary) there have been 1,525 professions and 1,1 5iP 
additions on profession of faith. In the Wytheville District (T. J. Eskridge, 
presiding elder, and J. M. Crowe, evangelistic secretary) there have been 1,200 
professions and 573 additions on profession of faith. This makes a total of 
13,301 professions and 6,687 additions on profession of faith. In the face 
of such conditions as have obtained, such results, we repeat, are remarkable. 

2. The addresses we have heard have been of high order and greatly en- 
joyed and appreciated. Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon spoke on Wednesday at 1 1 
o'clock on "Methodism." On Wednesday evening President J. N. Hillman, 
of Emory and Henry College, spoke on "Lay Activities." On Thursday eve- 
ning Rev. George R. Stuart, D. D., an ex-Holston man, now pastor of our 
First Church, Birmingham, Ala., spoke on "Methodism as an Evangelistic 
Force." On Friday at 10 o'clock A. M. Rev. C. M. Pickens, representing the 
Western North Carolina Conference, spoke on "Holston In the North Carolina 
Mountains." On Saturday evening Rev. J. Tyler Frazier spoke on "The Old- 
Tlme Circuit Rider." Having these addresses in the evening was made possible 
through the kindness of the different boards, the anniversaries of which were 
dispensed with in order that we might have these exercises, a courtesy very 
much appreciated by the Commission and for which it returns its sincere 
thanks. 

3. We found It necessary, in actual practice, to divide the work of the 
Committee on Parade and Pageant, so that Mr. Guy Darst, who was elected 
a member of this Commission In place of Mr. A. T. Dosser, removed from 
Knoxville, has been In charge of the parade and Rev. C. K. WIngo of the 
pageant, and these are two men upon whom by far the heaviest burden of work 
has fallen. Since neither of them has written this report nor even heard it 
read until this minute, it Is not amiss to say that they have clearly demonstrated 
that the burden has been borne most successfully. 

(a) Parade. The parade formed on West Main Avenue, its head resting 
on Gay Street, as follows and moved promptly at 3 o'clock p. m. on Friday, Oc- 
tober 3, marching north on Gay to Fifth Avenue and thence east to Central Ave- 
nue, where It disbanded: Police band, just west of Gayj Bishop and Cabinet 
in open-top autos; circuit riders on horseback j superannuates In autos; float, 
Board of Church Extension, "Church Home Progress" j float, Sunday School 
Board, "Old-TIme SchooP'; float, Sunday School Board, "Modern School" j 
float, Epworth League, "All for Christ"; float. Board of Christian Literature, 
"Model of Publishing House"; float. State Street Church, Bristol, "Camp 
Meeting Shed"; float, Abingdon Church, "The First Church"; float. Cen- 
tenary College; float, Woman's Missionary Society; float, Martha Washington 
College; float, Sweetwater; float, Holston Orphanage, "Lots of Children"; 
float. Board of Missions, "The World Our Field"; Morristown, three cars; 
float, Emory and Henry College, "Model of Main Building"; float, Chatta- 
nooga District, "The Old John Ross House"; float. Centenary Church, Chat- 
tanooga; float, Good Will Industries, Chattanooga; float, Hiwassee College; 
float. Board of Lay Activities; float, Methodist Benevolent Association; float. 
Board of Finance, "The Forgotten Man — and Woman"; the Conference itself, 
marching by districts, four abreast; float or decorated automobile from each 



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church in the city of Knoxville, together with Sunday Schools. In addition to 
these, there were other church organizations in line, notably Rev. C. A. Beard's 
Sunday School class of 150 men from Athens, Tenn. 

With the possible exception of the day the Thirtieth Division came home 
from France and marched through the streets, Knoxville never turned out so 
many people to see a parade, and the verdict of people who have lived in the 
city for many years is that nothing to equal it has been seen here. It must 
have been two miles in length, and with bands playing and old superannuates 
on horseback singing some of the great hymns, with banners waving in the 
sunshine of a perfect autumn day and a great company of stalwart young men 
to take up the burdens some of the old were ready to lay down marching to 
the music of other hymns, it was a scene which will not soon be forgotten. 
The floats were real works of art, the result of days of hard labor by skilled 
architects and workmen. 

Foremost among those giving the Parade Committee assistance is Mr. Fred 
S. Post, of Post & Co., who not only gave unsparingly of his time in superin- 
tending the building of the floats, but also the facilities of his auto building 
shops and the volunteer services of a number of his skilled mechanics, who 
came to the warehouse after their regular hours and helped construct the floats, 
without whom it would have been practically impossible to do the work in 
the short time required. 

Mr. Charles L. Barber, of Barber & McMurry, architects, designed the 
modern church and other models of the parade, and gave freely of his time 
in sketching a plan of anything required by the Committee. The International 
Harvester Company put at the service of the Committee its entire warehouse 
of International trucks without charge, as did also the White Motor Company 
and the Mack International Motor Corporation, and practically every auto- 
mobile dealer and the Rowe Transfer Company were drawn upon by the Com- 
mittee and various church organizations. Mr. J. Otey Walker, director of 
public safety, has given perfect police supervision to the Conference as a 
whole, and without his order clearing Gay Street for the parade, the exhibit 
of the parade could not have been adequately made. Mr. Morton, of the 
Morton Sign Company, who did the painting of the "Circuit Rider" and de- 
signed the float of the "Forgotten Man," worked 167 hours in eleven days for 
the Committee in preparation of the exhibits. The Brookside Band served 
without pay; the Planters Warehouse Company gave free use of its entire 
premises for three weeks. Capt. Painter, of the Cavalry Troop, furnished the 
horses for both the parade and pageant without charge. The Army Salvage 
Store furnished the saddlebags, and great assistance was given by a number of 
other organizations and volunteer workers. 

(b) Pageant. On Friday evening, October 3, the East Tennessee Division 
Fair management kindly allowing us the premises without cost, there was given 
at Chilhowie Park a pageant which those competent to criticise affirm to have 
been magnificent. Its title was "One Hundred Years on the Saddlebag Trail." 
It was written by Mrs. Maud Turpin, of Nashville, Tenn., and directed by 
Miss Carlotta Mitchell, the teacher of dramatic art in our own Centenary 
College. Over one thousand persons took part, and for two hours and a little 
more an audience estimated to number fifteen thousand people were thrilled by 
the unfolding scenes of Holston's history. 

The following persons composed the Executive Committee and were the 
chairmen of their respective committees, and too much cannot be said for the 
fidelity and spirit displayed by each of them: 

Executive Committee — C. K. Wingo, chairman; W. L. Cox, Publicity; 



74 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

J. D. Lea, Finance j G. K. Patty, Productions and Rehearsals 5 F. E. Hicks, 
Stage and Properties; R. B. Schenk, Lighting; Mrs. Crew Webb, Costumes; 
Mrs. B. L. Smith, Jr., Miss Elizabeth Piatt, Music; J. P. McClusky, Ushers. 

The following is the outline of the pageant: 

Episode I — Scene i, T/ze Land and Its Resources; Scene 2, The Beginning 
of Trail, Pioneers and Indians; Scene 3, Attack by the Eletnents; Scene 4, 
Treaty of Holston, Governor Blount and Staff, Indians. 

Episode II — Scene i. The Coming of the Pioneer Circuit Rider y Key wood 
Conference; Scene 2, Baptism of Madam Rtcssell, Tenants, Bishop Asbury and 
Preachers; Scene 3, Organization of Holston, Conference of 1824, 

Episode III — Scene i, Our Helpers, Lay Activities, Church Papers, Publish- 
ing House, Deaconesses, Goodwill Industries, Missionary Societies, Orphanages, 
Schools and Colleges, Epworth Leagues, Sunday Schools. 

Episode IV — Scene i, Holston's Heritage, President of United States, Flag 
Bearers, Boy Scouts; Bishop Asbury, Bishop Mouzon, Presiding Elders, Con- 
nectionals. College Presidents, Missionaries. 

Episode V — Scene i. Superannuates ; Scene 2, Palms of Victory, Heralds, 
Angels, Unity and Peace, Children. 

A great orchestra, under the efficient management of Mrs. Harold Clark, 
and a great choir, under the direction of Miss Piatt, lent support to the various 
scenes of the pageant and helped make it the success it was. It was Method- 
ism's "red letter day" in Holston. 

4. Under the general head of Publicity and Literature, invitations were 
sent all ex-Holston men, as follows: "You are most cordially invited to come 
back home and visit with us at Knoxville, Tenn., during the session of our 
Centennial Conference, October i, 1924. Special addresses, a Methodist parade 
through the streets of the city and a great pageant depicting our hundred years 
of history will feature the occasion. Write Mr. W. L. Lyons, 415 Church 
Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn., regarding entertainment. The Centennial Com- 
mission, J. S. French, Chairman; J. A. Bays, Secretary." 

There were 129 of these mailed out. Twenty thousand copies of a sheet 
carrying the program and calling attention to the Conference session were sent 
the preachers for distribution among our membership. Stickers for the backs 
of envelopes, bearing the inscription, "Holston Centennial Celebration, Knox- 
ville, Tenn., October 1-6," were sent broadcast. Articles were written for and 
published in many of the county papers of our territory. Practically all the 
daily papers without our Conference boundaries not only carried news stories, 
but had editorials on the matter both before and after the session. Many 
articles appeared in the Methodist Advocate, and the editor called almost 
weekly attention to the subject. 

5. We would like to have provided a souvenir in metal of this occasion 
with some appropriate stamp, but the cost was prohibitive. In its place, we 
wish to suggest that a special souvenir edition of the Holston Annual be pub- 
lished, and that such a price be charged as will cover the additional cost of 
publication. 

6. Many Interesting relics of former days were on display in a show- 
case in the Sunday School room of the church, and the Commission takes this 
opportunity to thank those who so kindly brought them. 

7. The Commission also wishes to return Its most sincere thanks not only 
to the city authorities and police department, of which mention has already 
been made, but also to the press of the city for Its very fine notices of all mat- 



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ters connected with this session, and to the citizenship of Knoxville, especially 
those who came to ouu help in making up the cast of the pageant and without 
whom we could not possibly have succeeded. We shall never forget that when 
we called you never failed to answer, and that there was nothing too hard for 
you to undertake and successfully carry through. 

8. It is impossible at this time to submit a financial statement, but if a 
reasonable percentage of the assessment for this year and next is paid, we will 
come within the limits set out in our request of last year and granted by you 
and the Commission on Budget. 

9. And now, this first hundred years of our history is behind us. Many 
great deeds have been performed and many difiiculties overcome. The trail 
that was so dim has become a great thoroughfare and stretches out over the 
years which lie ahead. Our surroundings are different from those of our 
fathers and our problems more complex, but the trail still leads toward that 
country where rest the spirits of the great and good men who have preceded 
us, and, like them, we of the Holston hills still believe in God and preach 
Jesus Christ and him crucified. We face the future unafraid, for we are sure 
it holds no surprises for God, and our dependence is in him. And in this 
dawning of our second century, we pledge anew our allegiance to him who 
led our fathers from the wilderness to such a civilization as is ours, who 
guided them to high aspirations and magnificent ideals and who helped them 
to build up a great Church through which might be wrought the salvation 
of men. 

"Oh, where are kings and empires now 
Of old, that went and came? 
But, Lord, thy church is praying yet, 
A 'thousand years the same." 

J. S. French, Chairman. 
J. A. Bays, Secretary. 



O 

EPWORTH LEAGUE BOARD. 

We are very glad to report that during the year the Epworth League in- 
terests of the Holston Conference have had a very substantial growth. We 
find in the report of the General Epworth League Board that during the past 
year there was a gain of 574 chapters and 7,438 members. Holston Confer- 
ence shared in a large measure this splendid increase. 

Realizing that there is no department of the Church that is doing a greater 
service for the development of the young people of Methodism, we desire to 
lay larger plans for work of the League this coming year. One of the first 
things we desire to do is to make all of our Leagues 100 per cent efiicient. To 
this end we are urging that throughout the Conference Efficiency Epworth 
League Institutes be held, and as far as possible that every church may be 
reached. We desire to place in the field at the proper time a part-time sec- 
retary. We desire also to place in each presiding elder's district an associate 
worker to co-operate with the district secretary in carrying forward the pro- 
gram as outlined by the Holston Epworth League Conference and adopted by 
the Board. 

We do not feel that we are ready at this time to enter into the suggestion 



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of Dr. Parker, secretary of the General League Board, reg-arding- the idea of 
an areal secretary; nor do we feel that the time is ripe Jor a full-time secre- 
tary for Holston Conference. 

We are proud of the fact that the Epworth Leaguers of the Holston Con- 
ference have done much for the promotion of the missionary program of our 
Church. Holston Conference has already pledged $2,000 for missionary spe- 
cial this year. 

We desire to report that the last session of the Epworth League Assembly, 
held at Martha Washington College, Abingdon, Va., was the best that we have 
yet had. Out of 195 Leaguers actually taking the work of the Assembly, we 
issued 187 full credit certificates. We were pleased with the morale of the 
Leaguers because we feel that it was in advance of any previous year. 

We pray that each presiding elder and each pastor, as well as the lay mem- 
bers of this Conference, begin now to secure the attendance of the young peo- 
ple at the session of 1925. We appreciate your interest in the past and pray 
that your co-operation and your prayers may go with us even in a larger way 
during the coming year. 

H. B. Vaught, President. 



Treasurer's Report. 
Receipts. 

Balance on hand October 6, 1923 $2,132.78 

Received on assessments 1,988.91 

Interest from Chattanooga Savings Bank 55-77 — $4,177.46 

Disbursements. 

Hunter & Hodge, for printing Efworthian $ 386.75 

G. K. Patty, expenses 7.00 

May Fuller, expenses 10.00 

S. G. Aker, expenses 6.00 

J. A. Burrow 30.00 

H. B. Vaught, expenses to Lake Junaluska 45.00 

H. B. Vaught, expenses, etc 100.00 

Epworth League Assembly, Martha Washington College- 500.00 

Clyde Douthart 35.48 

W. M. Bunts, expenses 19-70 

Louise Hunt i3-5o 

I. E. Cregger 92.76 

Miscellaneous 10.00 — $1,256.19 

Balance on hand October 3, 1924 , $2,921.27 

R. N. Havens, Treasurer. 



DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS. 

The District Conference Records, taken as a whole, show a decided im- 
provement over previous years. We commend the secretaries for the neatness 
and the fulness of their work. 

The record for the Morristown District has been misplaced. The record 



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of the Tazewell District is signed by the secretary, but not by the president. 
The record of the Chattanooga District is not in official record book authorized 
by our Church and does not contain the record of the official roll. We recom- 
mend that the secretary procure a book from the Publishing House and transfer 
the minutes of the District Conference to the new record, noting the corrections 
necessary. 

C. E. LuNDY, President. 
Ernest M. Ritchey, Secretary. 



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MEMOIRS 



GEORGE D. FRENCH. 

At the threshold of the Conference year, and within a few weeks of his 
eightieth birthday, George Decatur French passed to his merited reward. His 
death occurred at Morristown, Tenn., the home of his later years, October 20, 
1923, following a superannuation of seven years. These years, spent in the 
increasing infirmities of age, were a fitting aftermath of a busy and fruitful 
itinerancy, a sort of restful bivouac marking the end of his Christian warfare. 

He was born in a section of Tazewell, now Bland, County, Virginia, De- 
cember II, 184.3, His birthplace was near that of William E. Munsey. It was 
under the ministry of this distinguished man that he made his approach to the 
Christian life, being received by him into the Church on probation at the close 
of a revival. If he lacked anything at that time in the way of peace and as- 
surance, it was supplied in joyous fashion in a meeting some years later in his 
father's home conducted by Rev. John D. Wagg. 

Dr. Munsey stood just outside the window of one of those far-away moun- 
tain churches, sacred as the altars of Abraham, and heard his first sermon, 
generously sparing his youthful friend the embarrassment of his visible pres- 
ence. To have thus begun his faith, and later to have launched his ministry, 
under the guidance of so great a man as Munsey was to him more than a mere 
circumstance. It was an inspiration rather than an incident — an epoch rather 
than an episode. 

The Civil War furnished him opportunity to display the fine qualities of 
courage and chivalry inherited from his Scotch ancestry. While yet a youth 
he volunteered in General John B. Floyd's State Line Service, and almost im- 
mediately became a captain by the vote of his company. The records show 
him to have been an obedient subordinate, a firm but considerate ofiicer, a sol- 
dier ready and unafraid. 

His marriage brought him into connection with one of Tennessee's noted 
families. He was married August 20, 1874, to Miss Sophia H. Hoss, of Jones- 
boro, Tenn., who was the sister of the sainted Bishop Hoss and a lineal de- 
scendant of Governor John Sevier. Besides his devoted companion, there re- 
main four children — Mrs. Robert W. Barrow, Mrs. Ernest Taylor and Miss 
Mattie French, of Morristown, Tenn., and Mrs. William C. Kreger, of Kon- 
narock, Va. 

His relation to the Holston Conference began in 1869, and extended with- 
out interruption through fifty-four years. For forty-seven years he was in 
the active ranks, receiving his appointments along with his comrades in service. 
Two of his charges were circuits; eleven years he served stations; twenty-four 
years he was presiding elder; and ten years he represented the American Bible 
Society. Among the charges held by him are noted Marion and Abingdon 
stations, State Street, Bristol; Broad Street, Knoxville, and Centenary, Chat- 
tanooga. The districts he served were the Franklin and Jonesboro, one term 
each, and the Morristown and Abingdon, two terms each. As agent of the 
American Bible Society he was responsible for the enactment creating the An- 
nual Conference Bible Board, as provided for in Section 70 of the Book of 
Discipline, a most timely and important measure. A recent letter from Dr. 
Haven, one of the general secretaries, contains this significant sentence: "Dr. 



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French was held in very high regard by the American Bible Society for his 
wisdom, fidelity, Christian character and service." 

My life-long acquaintance with Dr. French found its climax in an inti- 
mate association the final three years of his life. I was his pastor; he was my 
counsellor and friend. Time after time I dropped into his home, sat by his 
arm-chair and heard him review the past and anticipate the future. His retro- 
spection was never darkened with poignant regret, nor was his anticipation of 
the limitless future ever once marred by a fear or a doubt. 

His personal characteristics, both as man and minister, were rather clearly 
defined. His convictions were never vague, nor his assertions equivocal. 
Though always kind in his judgments, his conclusions savored of the positive 
and practical. The fortunes of his fellow men, particularly his brethren, were 
matters of kindly concern to him. He Joved men, initiating them into the 
secrets of his affection almost without effort. While never ill at ease in the 
councils of those of high degree, he could readily condescend to men of low 
estate. If I ever heard him utter a word of censure of one of his brethren 
I do not recall it. The Church and Conference he enshrined in his heart. 

He was at his best as an administrator. Poise, discrimination and a certain 
degree of patience must enter into the make-up of him who essays to be a direc- 
tor of affairs. These Dr. French possessed and never lost even in the stress of 
an emergency. To him an office was a trust, an appointment a commission. 
To this good day the Methodists of the Franklin District point to his leader- 
ship, back in the eighties, as a signal event in their history. 

Fitful and trivial subjects did not appeal to him as a preacher. He drew 
a distinction between a so-called popular topic and a vital gospel theme, choos- 
ing always to expend his thought upon the abiding verities. His pulpit powers 
consisted rather in sound and consistent thinking than in the mere physical 
graces of the orator. 

The closing of his earthly life impressed me as bearing a message of beau- 
tiful significance. The first token of an impending change was a blending of 
the past and present in his conversation. It was discerned that realities of 
present things were giving place to memories of distant years. He called for 
his horse to go home. As in the long ago, he was out at his post of duty, the 
quarterly meeting was ended, the people were taking their leave, and his 
thoughts turned to his fireside. Again and yet again he called for his horse 
and the loved ones at the parsonage awaiting his coming. Before the sunset of 
that autumn day his longing was realized in terms of a happier realm than 
this. The faithful itinerant had reached home, and eternal rest. 

E.E.Wiley. 



GEORGE W. JACKSON. 

George W. Jackson, son of John H. and Aires (Wyly) Jackson, was born 
in what was then Blount County, now Loudon County, Tennessee, December 
lo, 1853, and passed to his reward April 2, 1924. He was descended from a 
prominent line of Jacksons, who came from South Carolina about a century 
ago and settled on the Little Tennessee River, near Morganton. It was of this 
sturdy stock that Tennessee gave the United States one of its most heroic 
presidents. 

At the tender age of 10 George was converted, his neighbors thinking that 
little change had taken place in the heart and life of one so young, but the 
sequel showed that a great change had been wrought, that a new life and power 
had laid hold on his being, for he remained a consistent, earnest Christian to 



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the end of life. He cast his lot in with the Methodist Episcopal Church, South,, 
and squared himself to bear his part of her responsibilities. After passing 
through the schools about him he went to Emory and Henry College, where 
he graduated with honors, taking the A. B. and M. A. degrees. Thus prepared 
educationally, previously prepared spiritually, having as he did a strong mind 
and a splendid physique, he began what he expected to be his life work, the 
ministry of the gospel. He, in a class of sixteen that have made a remarkable 
record, joined the Holston Annual Conference in Church Street Church, Knox- 
ville, in October, 1878, Bishop H. H. Kavanaugh presiding. Of this class ten 
have been presiding elders, four presidents of colleges, six members of the 
General Conference, one a missionary to Brazil, one a bishop — our sainted 
Bishop Waterhouse. Brother Jackson served the following appointments: 
Riceville Circuit, 1878-9; Unitia and Morganton Circuit, 1879-80; Knoxville 
Circuit, 1880-1; principal of Belleview High School one year; located in 
1882; was re-admitted and sent to Waynesville Station, N. C, 1889. Wa& 
cut off with the Western North Carolina part of Holston Conference when 
division was made in 1980; transferred back to Holston in 1891; served Mossy 
Creek Circuit, 1893-5; Lenoir City, 1896; Dayton, 1897; Clinton, 1898-9; 
junior preacher at Lenoir City, 1900. Under great disadvantages he built a 
church at Maryville, Tenn. He served the charge two years. He was or- 
dained deacon at Morristown in 1880 by Bishop McTyeire. June 12, 1883, he 
was united in marriage to Miss Mary Elizabeth Cooper, daughter of Hon. 
J. W. Cooper, a prominent attorney and legislator of Murphy, N. C. To them 
were born four children — a son and three daughters. The son and one daugh- 
ter died in infancy. Two daughters survive — Mrs. Raymond Witt, of Lenoir 
City, and Mrs. G. S. Evans, of Chicago. Some years after the death of his 
first wife he was married to Mrs. Willie Galloway Ventress, of Mississippi, 
October i, 19 19. She is the daughter of our sainted Bishop Galloway. She 
survives, and has the sympathy of a large circle of friends. After he had 
served for one year as junior preacher at Lenoir City, he took the supernumer- 
ary relation, which was never changed. 

Brother Jackson spent most of his three score and ten years in and around 
Lenoir City, and became one of its most prominent citizens and financiers, a& 
well as a tower of strength to the church. He possessed a reasonable and whole- 
some conservatism. He had no patience with shams or hypocrisy of any kind. 
Few men weighed their words more carefully than he did. He loved his 
Church and gave of his means liberally to its support. He wanted things done 
in decency and order. He knew the language of Zion and preached when op- 
portunity afforded through all the years a pure gospel. 

In 1 9 14 he and his first wife made a trip to the Orient, visiting Jerusalem 
and its sacred precincts, and many places in Palestine sacred to the Christian 
world. He was so familiar with places and scenes of sacred record that he 
often superseded the guide In accurately portraying what had transpired in 
those places. The guides recognized his knowledge and were silent. In his 
closing years he gave much time and thought to teaching the ladies' Bible class 
In his home church. We have no one to take his place. "A good man hath 
fallen In Israel." 

"Our brother the haven hath gained, 
Outflying the tempest and wind. 
His rest he hath sooner obtained, 
And left his companions behind." 

J. A. H. Shuler. 




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J. S. W. NEEL. 



Rev. John Slier Weaver Neel was born on Clear Fork, Tazewell County, 
Virg-inia, August 29, 1839, and died at Johnson City, Tenn,, Monday night, 
April 7, 1924. No more fragrant name has been known among Methodist 
preachers in Holston Conference, His character awakened deep reverence in 
all who knew him. His personality kindled warm affections in every circle of 
which he was a member . His brethren of the ministry have long spoken of 
him as the "Saint John of Holston Conference." 

He was the son of devout Christian parents, who were useful members of 
the Methodist Church. His father, Rev. William Elgin Neel, was a local 
preacher in our Church who engaged in farming and stock husbandry and 
sometimes taught school. The elder Neel was noted for the simple fervor of 
his prayers and for the unusual melody of his voice in song. His mother was 
Annie Fox Neel. The touch of her gentle spirit was upon her son to the end 
of his days. With these godly parents the boy grew up in his country home 
surrounded by the lofty mountains and the blue grass ranges of Tazewell 
County. He attended such schools ast the country afforded and was probably 
taught by his father, at least part of the time. He acquired sufficient education 
to teach school. 

When about sixteen years of age, Brother Neel confessed faith in Christ 
and joined the Church. It is quite likely that his godly father was largely 
instrumental in the salvation of his son. The wholesome influence of the 
country church to which the boy belonged and of the home in which he was 
reared was clearly revealed in the life of the young man who was put to the 
fiery test of war only five years after he united with the Church. 

J. S. W. Neel was the first man to enlist in the Confederate army from 
Tazewell County, Virginia. He enlisted April 17, 1861, at Wytheville, Va., 
as a private in Company H, Forty-Fifth Virginia Infantry, under Col. Edwin 
H. Harmon. Soon after he was made sergeant major, and, before the end of 
the year, was made ordnance sergeant, which rank he held to the end of the 
war. With his regiment he was engaged in various battles in the valley of 
Virginia, in West Virginia, and in East Tennessee. In 1864 he was given a 
furlough that he might go home to secure license as a local preacher. This 
license was granted by the Quarterly Conference of Jeffersonville (now Taze- 
well) Circuit. Rev. John M. McTeer was presiding elder, and Rev. William 
Elgin Neel, father of the candidate for license, was secretary. Thus the name 
of the father was on the son's certificate of license as a local preacher. 

During the continuance of the war Brother Neel preached to the soldiers 
and ministered to their spiritual needs. The memory of his devoted, manly 
life and of his tender and cheerful words has been an inspiration to the com- 
rades of those dark days through the three score years that have passed. 

In the Fall after the war closed Rev. C. K. Miller was appointed to 
Jefferson Circuit, North Carolina, and soon after Conference Brother Neel 
was appointed as his junior supply. Although now twenty-six years old, he 
had the purpose of teaching school in order to earn means with which to go 
to Emory and Henry College 5 but so great was the need for preachers in the 
reconstruction period that Rev. John M. McTeer, Rev. William E. Munsey 
and others persuaded him to go at once into the itinerant ranks. To forego 
an education was a great sacrifice for him. 

He was admitted on trial into the traveling connection in Holston Con- 
ference at Asheville, N. C, October 10, 1886. From that time until his death, 
fifty-eight years, he was wholly given to the work of the ministry. No other 
interest engaged his attention 5 no other affection claimed his heart. Forty- 



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eight consecutive years he received appointments in the effective ranks. His 
appointments were as follows: Hillsville, 1866-685 Ducktown, 1869-723 
Dandridg-e, 1873-765 Wytheville Circuit, 1877-805 Jefferson Circuit 5 188 15 
Greeneville Circuit, 1882-833 Lebanon, 18845 Sequatchie District, 18855 Mor- 
ristown District, 1886-883 Jonesboro District, 1889-905 Big Stone Gap Dis- 
trict, 18815 Abingdon District, 18825 Wytheville District, 1893-965 Wythe- 
ville Circuit, 1897-19005 Blountville, 1901-025 Marion Circuit, 1903-065 
Newbern, 1907-103 Galax, 1911-125 Radford, 1913. He served nineteen ap- 
pointments, of which thirteen were pastoral charges and six districts. His 
work covered a large portion of the territory of Holston Conference. For 
more than a third of a century he was one of the best-known preachers in 
Southwest Virginia and East Tennessee. Everywhere his ministry was fruitful 
in saving men and in building up the Church. 

He was married to Rachel Ellen Dickson, of Ashe County, North Caro- 
lina, August 18, 1870. Whatever of honor and respect came to him as a 
preacher was justly shared by his wife. She is entirely worthy the love of such 
a man. This love was given without stint to the end, and the devoted wife 
returned love in full measure. To them were born five children, who lived 
to maturity: Carrie, Josephine, John Dickson, of New York 5 Nora (Mrs. 
J. L. Venable), and Trent, of Philadelphia. Josephine died in 1899 at Wythe- 
ville, Va. The love and devotion of the children for their father was grati- 
fying to him and beautiful to all friends. 

Brother Neel was a man of good judgment, sound discretion, and tact. He 
was patient in labor and in affliction. He was a perfect exemplification of the 
Methodist rule, "never unemployed 5 never triflingly employed." As a preacher 
he was sound, scriptural, fervent, clear, and at times powerful. Many souls 
were saved under his ministry. As a pastor he visited his people, read the 
Scriptures, sang and prayed with them. He knew their lives and sympathized 
with them in all their experiences. As an administrator he was prudent, safe, 
•considerate, and constructive. Those who were present at Johnson City in 
19 1 8, when Bishop Hoss spoke to Holston Conference for the last time, will 
never forget the gentle, beautiful, loving, and eloquent words with which 
Brother Neel responded. Perhaps no other man could so well have expressed 
the love of Holston Conference for her most distinguished son. 

He was at his best in a class meeting or love feast. Being at liberty in the 
Spirit, he put every one else at ease. To hear him sing "I Need Thee Every 
Hour," or any of the scores of songs in which he delighted, to see him, as 
with eyes closed he softly clasped his hands and said, "Lord bless," "Praise the 
Lord," was to realize oneself in the presence of spiritual realities. For many 
years he led the Annual Conference love feast. 

At the Conference in 19 14, held at Bristol, Brother Neel asked for and 
was granted the superannuate relations. After a year at Wytheville, he moved 
to Johnson City, where he spent the last eight years of his life. Very though- 
ful were his fellow townsmen in these last years. An old preacher could not 
have asked for kinder consideration than ^at which their love prompted. And 
it is probably true that with all the long years of his active ministry, no years 
were more fruitful than these years of superannuation. The cheerful opti- 
mism, genial fellowship. Christian patience, and courtesy of the old man 
were lessons in applied Christianity which could not be missed even by the 
most callous observers. 

The end came unexpectedly. While age was increasing infirmities, no one 
felt that the end was near. He was in his place in church on Sunday and 
was at service again on Monday afternoon. A meeting was in progress in 



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'Munsey Memorial Church. He had agreed to preach at one o£ the afternoon 
services of the week, but instead, on that very afternoon, we carried his body 
to the church and waited a season in devout worship before we laid him to 
rest. The pastor. Rev. R. B. Piatt, I. P. Martin, Dr. T. C. Schuler, Rev. 
H. E. Kelso, and Rev. G. W. Simpson conducted the services. Many other 
ministers were present. 

The manner of Brother NeePs going was singularly beautiful. With his 
family he ate supper as usual. After an evening spent with his beloved wife 
and the daughter, Miss Carrie, who has been an angel of blessing to him, he 
•called his daughter (Mrs. Venable) who lives in Johnson City, and talked 
with her over the telephone. He then went quietly to bed. The next morning 
when Miss Carrie went to call him, she found him lying as he had fallen 
asleep, with one hand above the cover on his breast. The dear man of God 
who had lived his life of faith and devotion had gone to rest at the end of a 
long day. 

I. P. Martin. 



JOHN H. PARROTT. 

John H. Parrott was born at New Market, Tenn., July 2, 1844, and died 
-April 6, 1924, at Morristown, Tenn. He was the son of Capt. M. J. and 
Cynthia Caldwell Parrott. When a mere lad his parents moved to Knoxville, 
Tenn., where he grew to young manhood. He was converted in a great re- 
vival in the First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, in December, 1867. He 
joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, placing his membership in 
■Church Street Church. In answer to a very definite call he was licensed to 
preach October 6, 1871, by the Quarterly Conference of Church Street Church, 
John M. McTeer, presiding elder, with John M. Charlton, secretary of the 
Conference. Soon after he was licensed to preach, acting upon a strong con- 
viction, he was received on trial in Holston Conference, at Morristown, Tenn. 

On November 7, 1878, he was married to Miss Louisa Jane Griffith, a beau- 
tiful and accomplished Christian woman. To them were born five children, 
three of whom have preceded him in death. Mrs. H. F. Troubough and George 
Parrott live to mourn their father's death. 

Brother Parrott, in his active life as a Methodist preacher, served the fol 
lowing charges: Charleston Circuit, Wytheville, Trenton, Ga., Pikeville, Jas- 
per, Emory, Va., Dayton, Tenn., Loudon, Strawberry Plains, Ooltewah, New- 
port, Mossy Creek, Rogersville, Morristown Circuit, and Athens, Tenn. 

As a Methodist preacher. Brother Parrott was evangelistic, and God hon- 
ored his ministry with some gracious revivals. He was thoroughly Armenian 
■in his theology and held in great reverence the doctrines of Methodism, With 
sin he did not compromise, and believed in and preached the necessity of the 
■new birth, the witness of the Spirit, and the conscious knowledge of our ac- 
ceptance with God. He was a good business man and looked after all the 
interests of the Church, He said of himself, "I have built many churches, 
paid many church debts 5 in fact, I have considered myself more of a business 
man than preacher. In 1883-4 he served as trustee of Marion County, Ten- 
■nessee, and in 1896-7-8-9 he held a similar position in Hawkins County, Ten- 
nessee. For one year he was editor of the Valley Herald, at Jasper, Tenn., 
and for about the same length of time editor of the Dayton News-GazeUe, and 
for three years owned and edited the Loudon County Record, at Loudon, Tenn. 
For twenty years Brother Parrott was an active Mason, ranking high in its 
fellowship, often being a central figure in the Grand Lodge of his State, 



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During the last years of his life he lived in Morristown, Tenn., where he 
enjoyed the high esteem of his neighbors and the entire community. He was 
loyal to his church and pastor. He loved to preach, and often, when feeble, 
would preach in the country churches near his home. Suffering for many years 
from white-swelling, he finally succumbed to its relentless grip, yet in all he 
was patient, and his Christian character was in evidence. He loved life, but 
was ready to go. He said to the writer of this paper: "I am looking death 
in the face, but am not afraid." 

By a strange providence, his good wife, who had nursed him so tenderly, 
forgetful of her own limitations in physical endurance, six days previous to 
his own going was called to her heavenly home. Only six days of separation, 
and they joined hands never to say "good-bye" again. 

The funeral services were conducted by his pastor, assisted by John R. Stew- 
art and R. M. Standefer. Bro. Stewart had performed the ceremony which 
made John H. Parrott and Louisa Jane Griffith husband and wife. By loving 
hands he was carried to his last resting place, and there left to the care of the 
God who watches over our dust. His was a life well spent, and in his death 
he triumphed in Jesus Christ. 

S. B. Vaught. 



WILLIAM C. GARDEN. 

William Crawford Garden was born in Bradley County, Tennessee. He 
came of the finest pioneer stock of Virginia. While in the Georgia Military 
Institute he was called out and became a member of Cadet Corps which made 
a part of General Joseph E. Johnson's army, where he served three years. 

Brother Garden served all the way from the poorest circuits up to the pre- 
siding eldership. He was one of the Lord's sweet singers and often turned 
defeat into victory by his melody of song. He was secretary of Holston Con- 
ference longer than anyone else until Dr. J. A. Burrow became secretary. 

He was married to Miss Martha Stewart, daughter of Judge A. M. Stewart, 
March 24, 1875. He is survived by his wife and five children: Robert A., 
who is a merchant in Atlanta 5 Leonard A., who is a mining engineer of Chat- 
tanooga; Frank S., a lawyer of Chattanooga; Miss Mary, instructor of music 
at San Marco, Texas; Virginia, wife of Milton V. Griscom, of Chattanooga. 

He was commander of the N. B. Forrest Camp of Confederate Veterans 
for many years and was a member of a Masonic Lodge in Virginia. 

He was consecrated and humble, a safe counsellor and a brother well be- 
loved. He is now reaping his reward for service and enjoying the rest that 
remains for the people of God. 

E. H. Yankee. 



EUGENE BLAKE. 

Eugene Blake was born December 14, 1856, in Mathews County, Virginia, 
and died in his home at the Holston Orphanage May 22, 1924. He had re- 
turned at noon from Marion, Va., where he attended the Wytheville District 
Conference. Death came suddenly just after midnight. His health had not 
been perfect for some time, but there had been no abatement of the industry 
with which he attended to his duties. His presentation of the claims of the 
children of the Orphanage to the District Conferences had been strong and 
appealing. 

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Southwest Virg-inia, probably on account of his health. He was among- that 
fortunate group of boys who were in school at Hansonville, in Russell County, 
under Rev. Georg-e A. Frazier. While there he was licensed to preach by the 
Quarterly Conference of Dicksonville Circuit, January 19, 1878. His license 
bears the signature of B. W. S. Bishop, presiding elder, and George A. Frazier, 
secretary. 

On October 28, 1878, Eugene Blake was received on trial into Holston 
Conference at Church Street, Knoxville, Bishop Kavanaugh presiding, in a 
class of sixteen, among whom were R. G. Waterhouse, James H. Weaver, 
James L. Kennedy, George W. Jackson, E. F. Kahle, and R. A. Kelly. In 
1922 it was computed that the members of this class had given an aggregate 
of 504 years to the itinerant ministry. Two years later, in 1880, he was re- 
ceived into full connection at Morristown, with Bishop McTyeire presiding. 
In 1882 he was ordained elder at Asheville, N. C, by Bishop A. W, Wilson. 

After he was received into Holston Conference young Blake went back to 
college and completed the required course for graduation, receiving the A. B. 
degree from Hiwassee College in 1893. In 1895 he also received the degree 
of Master of Arts. Hiwassee conferred the degree of Doctor of Divinity upon 
him in 1904. He served the following appointments: Highland Mission 
(N. C), 1878; Etna Circuit, 18795 Emory Circuit (while in college) i88oj 
Gladesville (now Wise, Va.), 1881; Brevard, N. C, 1882-3; Rogersville, 
1884; Abingdon Circuit (while in college), 1885-6; Bristol City Mission, 
1887; professor in People's College (Pikeville), 1888-9; Hill City, 1890; 
Princeton Academy, 189 1-4; associate president of Sullins College, 1895; pro- 
fessor in Martha Washington College, 1896; Princeton Academy, 1897-8; 
Grove Avenue (Radford), 1899-1900; Pearisburg, 1901-2; Cleveland Dis- 
trict, 1903-6; Morristown District, 1907; president of Hiwassee College, 
1908-13; vice-president of Martha Washington College, 1914; associate pres- 
ident of Hiwassee College, 1915-16; president of Weaver College, 1917-18; 
associate president of Hiwassee College, 1919; Athens Station, 1920-21; 
Greeneville Orphanage, 1922-23. He walked from Cleveland, Tenn,, across 
the Smoky Mountains to his first charge. Highland Mission. He served seven 
pastoral charges and two districts; he was connected with six schools and col- 
leges, and was superintendent of the Holston Orphanage. For nearly forty-six 
years he was an effective itinerant Methodist preacher. 

Although our Brother Blake came a stranger in his boyhood to Holston 
Conference, he carried, in the orderly demeanor of his whole life, the record 
of the home of his boyhood. Duty was regal in his life. Considerations of ex- 
pediency made no appeal to him if the path of duty shone plainly. He could 
endure any sacrifice and perform any labor if he had the conviction of moral 
obligation. There were no subterfuges in his mental life. His mind acted 
with childlike directness; and his convictions followed as a matter of course. 
No one had to seek to know his position on moral questions. He promptly ac- 
cepted responsibility with a positive character. 

Brother Blake combined a warm and tender social disposition. He was 
peculiarly free from rancor or bitterness. His quiet sense of humor enabled 
him on occasion to turn aside the displeasure of others. Throughout his whole 
life he maintained habits of constant devotion. For many years he had read 
through the Old Testament once and the New Testament twice each year. In 
1882 he was united in marriage to Miss Lula Davis, daughter of Rev. J. A. 
Davis, of Emory Va. Their wedded life was one of tender and faithful de- 
votion on the part of each. Five children blessed their home: John, Ella 
(Mrs. C. A. Reavis), Allie (Mrs. H. H. Gilmer), Gene (Mrs. H. A. Miller), 



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and George, all of whom survive their father, and are useful members of the- 
Church to vv^hich he gave his life. The devoted wife sits under the shadow of 
the sorrow of the sudden departure of the man on whose love and strength she 
has leaned for forty-two years. But the fellowship of service and of prayer 
had borne her so far toward the realization of her hopes that she finds com- 
fort now in memory and in hope. 

Our Brother Blake would not be pleased with fulsome praise, but it is not 
fulsome praise to say that all who have known him truly have had actual con- 
tact with real manhood seasoned with the grace and love of God in Christ. 
He was a tender and loving father. He was a true friend, a faithful and dili- 
gent minister, a devoted husband, and a servant of God. 

I. P. Martin. 



GEORGE L. LAMBERT. 

George L. Lambert, son of William H. and Mary Linkous Lambert, was 
born at Rocky Gap, Bland County, Virginia, November 28, 1877. On Sep- 
tember 4, 1896, he was born again in Christ Jesus. His experience at conver- 
sion was clear, distinct and powerful. At the same hour he was called to the 
Christian ministry and from that conviction he never wavered. In speaking 
of this experience he did it quietly but with much assurance. At the session of 
the Tazewell District Conference, held in Burks Garden, Va., July 26, 1902 j 
he was given a license to preach, signed by Rev. T. R. Handy, president, and 
Rev. E. A. Shugart, secretary. The year 1903-04 he served as a supply the 
War Eagle charge in what was then the Tazewell District. In the Fall of 1904 
he returned to Emory and Henry College to finish his college course. He was 
received on trial into the Holston Conference in 1905 and was appointed a 
student at Emory and Henry College, where he graduated in the class of 
1906. He was ordained deacon by Bishop Galloway in 1906 and elder by 
Bishop Kilgo in 191 1. He served the following charges: Independence Cir- 
cuit, 1906-085 East Park, Knoxville, 1908-125 Greeneville, 1912-145 Athens, 
Tenn., 1914-165 Wythe ville, 1916-205 Tazewell, Va., 1920-225 Welch, 1922. 

February 19, 1907, Brother Lambert was married to Miss Lily Doss, of 
Abingdon, Va., the writer ofiiciating. To this union were born two children: 
Mary Gladys and George L., Jr. This was a happy marriage. Love was the 
ruling power in their home. I have not known a more beautiful home life 
than was theirs. They were exemplars to their people. A layman asked a 
preacher who had been Brother Lambert's presiding elder to recommend a 
preacher for his church. He replied: "If you want a man and his wife 
neither of whom will ever do or say anything on the street, in your homes 
or in the church that you will be ashamed of, take George Lambert." 

He was of a retiring disposition. A native timidity stood between him 
and the front ranks. He was rapidly overcoming this drawback and his true 
worth was being recognized. He was being sought by leading churches even 
outside Holston Conference. He was a faithful and painstaking organizer. 
He drew the people to him, and with his gentle spirit it was easy for him to 
direct them in the activities of the church. 

The throne of his power was the pulpit. He prepared his sermons- 
with great care and much prayer. His thought was clear and he was happy 
in the use of language that made the same clear to the congregation. He de- 
livered his sermons in demonstration of the Spirit and of power. As a preacher 
he stood at the top. Never were his efforts and his ability more highly ap- 
preciated than by the town of Welch, W. Va. They gave every token of love- 



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and true affection. They closed their stores and places of business for the 
funeral service and the people thronged the church. 

I knew Brother Lambert during- the days of struggle while in college 3 I 
knew him in the most joyful experiences of lifej I knew him in times of sorrow 
and bereavement j I never knew a truer friend and I Relieve I have never known 
a man freer from guile. His going away was tragic. While out for a drive with 
his family July 7, 1924, in some unaccountable way his car went over an em- 
bankment and, rolling down the mountain side, hurled him instantly into 
eternity. On July 10, 1924, we laid his body to rest in the beautiful cemetery 
at Emory, Va. 

W. M. MORRELL. 



HENRY M. HOUSTON. 

Henry Milton Houston was born in DeKalb County, Alabama, January 24, 
1887. In 1894, at the age of seven, he joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, at Lusk Chapel, on Sand Mountain, the church to which all the mem- 
bers of his family belonged. From his earliest years he was a vigorous student, 
availing hirri^elf of every possible opportunity to obtain an education. He 
attended Birmingham College for two years, 1906 and 1907. From there he- 
went to the Tennessee Training School, at Mount Pleasant, Tenn., where he- 
continued his studies for two years. After teaching for a while in Tennessee,, 
he attended Vanderbilt University, completing the several courses and taking- 
the following degrees : Bachelor of Arts, in 1 9 1 7 ; Master of Arts, in 19185, 
Doctor of Philosophy, majoring in Indo-Iranian, with Semitics as a minor, in 
1920; and Bachelor of Divinity, in 1921. Because of his extensive study of 
ancient languages his liqguistic attainments were readily recognized, and his 
services sought in our higher institutions of learning. Beginning in the Fall 
of 1920, he was for two years professor of Latin and Greek at Martha Wash- 
ington College, Abingdon, Va. For the year 1922-23 he held the chair of 
Latin and Greek in Emory and Henry College, and began the same work for 
the year 1923-24, when ill health forced him to suspend his duties as college 
professor in November, 1923. He returned to his home in Alabama and lived 
with his mother and other members of the family until his death in the early 
morning hours of December 24. 

When Brother Houston returned to his home it was clearly apparent to his 
family and friends that he was far from normal. His close application to his 
difficult studies for so many years, without sufficient recreation, had evidently 
preyed upon his nervous system until he was on the verge of a collapse. How 
near the collapse was to hand no one could know until the fatal hour had 
come. His body was laid to rest in the Lusk Chapel Cemetery on Christmas 
Day, 1923, a vast audience of affectionate and sympathizing friends being 
present to show their high regard for him. The text from which this writer 
preached his funeral was in Hebrews v. 2 : "Who can have compassion on the 
ignorant, and on them that are out of the wayj for that he himself also is 
compassed with infirmity." 

Brother Houston was a Christian gentleman of the highest class. From his 
childhood he was clean in his life, and devoted himself to those things that 
are helpful and uplifting. His most intimate friends had the utmost confidence 
in his integrity. Dr. W. F. Tillett, who was dean of the Theological Depart- 
ment of Vanderbilt University during the year of his student life there, writes: 
"He was a truly conscientious, Christian man, thoroughly unselfish, and exhib- 
ited in every phase of his life here with us the marks of a Christian gentle- 



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man." Loving- messages of appreciation and esteem came to his mother from 
members of the Vanderbilt faculty, and from Martha Washington and Emory 
and Henry, where he had served as professor. Very soon after his breakdown 
the faculty and students at Emory and Henry presented him with a gold watch 
as a token of the appreciation of his character and of his labors among them. 
Wherever he lived and was known the church people loved and appreciated 
him for his devotion to things religious, and business and professional men 
admired him because of his scholarly attainments and his fine character in 
general. In 1920 he was admitted on trial into the Holston Conference and 
was in the class of the third year at the time of his death. 

Henry, as this writer had affectionately called him for some fifteen years, 
was a conscientious worker for his Lord. The task to which he was divinely 
called was to him the most attractive. He was not willing to do shoddy work 5 
he aimed at the best. Who knows but in his eagerness to sharpen his ax he 
ground it to the point of danger. All of us now wish that he had not applied 
himself so closely, at least to the point of his nervous undoing. We do not 
believe that he was responsible during his last hours, nor that he did anything 
that his Father in heaven condemns. He had been a devoted servant of God 
during all the years of his life, and we firmly believe that, in so far as he was 
responsible, his devotion did not fail in the end. We confidently believe that 
when the faithful are finally called into eternal fellowship with Jesus Brother 
Henry M. Houston will have his place among those who have loved and 
served him. 

R. M. Archibald. 

Albertville, Ala. 



FRED GORDON. 



Fred Gordon was born May 2, 1889, in Loudon County, Tennessee, and 
departed this life June 7, 1924J aged thirty-five years, one month and five 
days. He was the only child of J. F. and Mollie E. Gordon. His father died 
when he was six years of age, leaving him to the care of his widowed mother, 
who made it her life work to rear and educate him to the extent of her lim- 
ited finances. Her earnest endeavor was to personally train him to be an honest, 
truthful, upright Christian gentleman. From this training he never departed. 

From childhood he was a regular attendant upon the ordinances of his 
Church and was especially attentive to the Sunday School. He professed re- 
ligion at Eureka, near his home, August 3, 1907. He immediately joined the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at New Hope, his old home church. Very 
soon he recognized a divine call to preach the gospel and he at once set about 
making preparations to enter the ministry. He was licensed to preach May 29, 
1909. 

Brother Gordon entered Hiwassee College in 1909, where he remained for 
some time. He taught school at intervals to pay his expenses. He later spent 
two years in the East Tennessee Normal to better prepare himself for teaching, 
after which he taught two years in Loudon High School. 

On October 31, 1918, Brother Gordon joined Holston Conference, which 
convened that year at Johnson City, Tenn. His first field of labor was the 
Floyd Circuit in the Radford District, spending two years there in faithful 
and efficient service. He was then sent to Coopers, W. Va., where he remained 
for two years. He next served the Twin Branch charge, where he remained 
for a part of a year. While at Coopers he was married to Miss Stella Mae 
Tabor on December 14, 1922, the writer officiating at the marriage. During 



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the latter part of the year which he served the Twin Branch charge his health 
failed and he repaired to his old home in East Tennessee to recuperate. At the 
following Conference he was back for work and was assigned to the West 
Welch charge in the Bluefield District. Here he rendered his last loving and 
faithful services. Accompanied by his wife, he went on a visit to his mother. 
Upon arriving, he was suddenly stricken with his old trouble and after three 
days of intense suffering, he crossed over the river to join loved ones who had 
preceded him to that land of bliss. 

His pure and upright Christian character, his faithful and unwavering de- 
votion to his calling, casts a gleam of light through the lowering clouds of 
sorrow. His death came as a great shock to his devoted, loving mother, who 
leaned upon him with hope and confidence in her declining years. His loving 
and perfect devotion to his wife, who survives him, bespoke his sweet and noble 
nature. He was an especial friend of the children and was greatly beloved by 
them. He always had a message full of love for the little ones, who in turn 
loved him devotedly. Throughout his ministry his faith and zeal were unex- 
celled. His love and devotion for those whom he served enshrined him in their 
memories. He was a splendid pastor, an excellent preacher, and his work in 
every place where he has been will abide. 

The funeral services were conducted from his old home church. New Hope, 
by the pastor. Rev. W. T. Evans, assisted by Rev. J. E. Wolfe j the remains 
being laid to rest near the grave of his father in the cemetery near the church. 
The floral tributes were many and beautiful, contributed by his numerous 
friends. It can be truly said of him that he was loved and admired by all who 
knew him. 

M. P. Carico. 



CHARLES L. THOMAS. 

Charles L. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, was born in Sevier 
County, Tennessee, May i6, 1888, and died at his home, 235 Emerald Avenue, 
Knoxville, December i, 1923. Most of his life was spent in and around Knox- 
ville, where he was highly esteemed by all who knew him. The difficulties 
which he overcame from childhood was indicative of the determination and 
grit which was his. He was converted and joined the church in early life, 
though the exact date is not known. 

He was married to Miss Jennie FIncannon, of Knoxville, December 23, 
191 7, the ceremony being performed by Rev. P. L. Cobb, in our Centenary 
Church, Knoxville. To this happy union was born a daughter, Mabel, a 
bright, sweet little girl of two and a half years, a joy and comfort to a 
widowed mother. 

Charles Thomas was a young man in the prime of life. He was full of 
enthusiasm, and greatly enjoyed his work. He was always ambitious for the 
success and progress of the churches which he served. His success was well 
assured; his future was full of hope and brightness. The pastorates which he 
served were: West Lonsdale, Andersonville Circuit, Corryton Circuit and 
Emerald Avenue. He was an active Mason and Woodman of the World. 

He received training for his life's work at Hiwassee College and the Uni- 
versity of Tennessee, having spent two years at each place. While helping 
with the Centenary drive in the Knoxville District, Brother Thomas was caught 
in a hard rain, which resulted in a cold and laryngitis. He recovered suf- 
ficiently to take up his sacred duties, but only to find himself pulled down each 
time he rallied. How he fought, and tried to win, against odds so great! He 



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was treated at the best sanatoriums, but to no avail. Tuberculosis had fastened 
its grip upon him. His vitality became weaker, the body more frail, the heart 
uncertain. After a prolonged struggle he realized that the end was near, and 
made preparations to go. On the morning of December i the earthly taber- 
nacle gave way and the spirit returned to God who gave it. "God's finger 
touched him and he slept." 

The funeral was conducted in Church Street Church, Knoxville, by Dr. 
F. J. Prettyman, assisted by Rev. J. W. Carter and Rev. W. A. Atchley, of 
Knoxville. His body rests in beautiful Greenwood Cemetery. 

C. M. Fisher. 



MRS. BELLE BAKER. 

Mrs. Belle Baker, wife of Rev. D. B. Baker, died January 29, 1924, at 
the parsonage in Riceville, Tenn. She was buried in the family cemetery in 
Sevier County, Tennessee. She was born September 10, 1892, at Seymour, 
Sevier County, Tennessee. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 
Chandler. She was the mother of two boys, Wayne and D. B. Baker, Jr. 

Mrs. Baker came from a Christian home, a family prominent socially and 
religiously. Taught by pious parents and reared under the influence of a fam- 
ily altar, she was well prepared for a preacher's wife. She was converted at 
an early age and lived a consistent Christian life and church member until 
the end. 

She was united in marriage to Rev. D. B. Baker September 16, 19 16. Her 
husband at that time was preparing for the ministry and Mrs. Baker supported 
him heartily in his purpose, and unreservedly gave herself to the work, and 
easily adapted her thought and life to becoming an itinerant preacher's wife. 
She was patient in suffering, never complained of hardships, and often prayed 
for her loved ones and family upon her sick bed. 

"Days, months and years must have an end. 

Eternity has none. 
'Twill always have as long to spend 

As when at first begun." 

Roy a. Early. 



MRS. JOHN H. PARROTT. 

Mrs. John H. Parrott before her marriage was Miss Louisa Jane Griffith. 
She was married to the Rev. John H. Parrott November 7, 1878. To this 
union five children were born, three of whom preceded their mother in death. 
Mrs. H. F. Troubough and George Parrott, both of Morristown, Tenn., sur- 
vive her. 

Mrs. Parrott was a consistent member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, at Morristown, Tenn., and when at all possible was in herplace at 
the church services. She loved the Church, and just before she died she called 
her children to her bedside and exhorted them to be faithful to the Church and 
their Lord. 

As the wife of a Methodist preacher, Sister Parrott went through all of 
the hardships incident to such a life without a murmur, and was always loyal 
and faithful to the call of the Church. Her husband remarked to the writer, 
saying: "My wife has been my strength and inspiration all these years." 

At the time of her death she was sixty-seven years old. For many years her 
husband had suffered bodily affliction, and at times his suffering was intense. 



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In these hours she was tender and sympathetic, and beautiful in her devotion 
to him. During her husband's last illness, which prostrated him for weeks, she 
literally gave herself in loving ministry to him day and night, and, unexpect- 
edly to everyone, in an attack of heart failure she preceded him six days to 
the "home over yonder." She loved her husband, her home, and her children, 
and her husband and her children reciprocated her affection. It was truly a 
love circle which was broken by her death. She was a good neighbor, and 
enjoyed the respect and affection of the entire community. 

In modesty, and in all the queenly virtues which go to make up one of 
God's hand-maidens she excelled. Words are feeble in describing the beautiful 
and consecrated Christian life such as graced that parsonage home. Her chil- 
dren call her blessed. 

The funeral services were conducted from the church, by her pastor, and 
her body laid to rest in a beautiful spot in the city of the dead, but her spirit 
had gone on to welcome her preacher-husband to the mansions prepared above, 
where six days later he joined her. 

S. B. Vaught. 



MRS. W. D. MITCHELL. 

Mary Rebecca Burkey was born in Greene County, Tennessee, October 2, 
1850, and died August 14, 1924. Her environments were favorable to the 
development of the best type of womanhood. In early life, thought to have 
been about her twelfth year, she made a public profession of faith in Christ, 
and was consciously saved. Soon after coming into possession of this expe- 
rience, she united with the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, in which com- 
munion she spent more than a half century. While she honored and loved all 
Christians and churches, it was an easy matter for anyone associated with her 
for even a short time to find out that she was a Methodist. She was well 
related, and well qualified for the sphere of life to which she was providen- 
tially called — that of the wife of an itinerant preacher. She was congenially 
married to Rev. W. D. Mitchell September 17, 1872, with whom she lived for 
more than half a century; their golden wedding was celebrated a little more 
than two years before her death, in the same house where she was born and 
reared. The solemn marriage vows she took on that occasion were faithfully 
kept; not one of them was ever broken. 

She possessed a happy, cheerful disposition, to which were added the graces 
that adorned her for a helpmeet to her husband, and for motherhood. She 
was industrious far beyond her physical endurance. She spent much time in 
her garden and among her flowers. Well nigh every Sunday a vase of fra- 
grant flowers was sent from her home and placed about the altar of the church 
where she worshipped. 

In the years when the stipend of ministers was entirely too meager to be 
called a salary, she managed to so direct the affairs of her household that she 
and her husband were enabled to give each of their children — four daughters 
and one son — a good education. All of them were mourners at her bier the 
day of her funeral, which was conducted by her pastor, assisted by Rev. Z. B. 
Randall. Hers was the only death in her immediate family, though two of 
her grandchildren had gone this way before her. 

For twenty-eight years she moved with her husband, he having served pas- 
torates in North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Failing health on his part 
made it necessary for him to be placed in the column of the "forgotten man." 
Through all the intervening years of his superannuation they lived in Radford, 



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Va., covering a period of twenty-four years. This was longer than she ever 
lived in any other place; and it may be truthfully said that no other life has 
left its impress more favorably upon the community and the Church. These 
long years of faithful service will not go unrewarded nor unrecognized. 

Her illness lasted only three days; then it was that the pendulum of life 
ceased to vibrate, life's weary wheels stood still, and the heavenly chariot swung 
low, when she bade adieu to earth. She is now safely housed. We know 
where to find her. She was almost at the end of her seventy-fourth year. We 
shall see her again. 

R. A. Owen. 



MRS. E. B. ROBERTSON. 

Georgia Bell, daughter of Sanford and Eliza Bell, was born April 6, 1858, 
near Dalton, Catoosa County, Georgia, and fell on sleep at the home of her 
daughter, Mrs. Clara Elgin, in Washington, D. C, September 24, 1924, and 
was laid to rest at Leesburg, Va. Her parents were possessed with great 
strength of character and that deep piety of life that is conducive to a sym- 
metrical home life. The daughter followed the traditions of her parents, 
hence the grace and sterling quality of her life. She was educated at Mary 
Sharp College, Winchester, Tenn., which, being added to her personal culture 
and home environment, made her a woman of more than ordinary intellectual 
attainment and usefulness. 

She was united in marriage to Rev. Emory Bright Robertson July 15, 1884, 
and went with him as a bride to grace the parsonage at Bakersville, N. C. 
Through the tenure of her husband's ministry she continued a faithful com- 
panion, and when his health failed they removed to Johnson City, Tenn., where 
she ministered as only a loving wife can until he passed on to his reward. 

Their home was blessed with three children: Mrs. Clara Elgin, of Wash- 
ington, D. C; Mrs. Leon Foote, of Decatur, Ga., and little Emory Sanford, 
who lived only three years. These, with the relatives and' a host of friends, 
feel deeply our loss; but we will know where to find her in that blest morn 
of the resurrection. 

"Servant of God, well done! 
Thy glorious warfare's past. 
The battle's fought, the race is won, 
And thou art crowned at last." 

Ernest M. Ritchey. 



MRS. J. W. REPASS. 

Sarah B. Fox, daughter of Stephen S. and Agnes M. Fox, was well born. 
She was well taught and the lesson well learned. She was faithfully trained 
and yielded to the discipline submissively. In evidence; when fifteen years of 
age she professed saving faith in Jesus Christ as a personal Savior and united 
with the Church. 

In December, 1887, she was united in marriage with Mr. J. W. Repass. 
About two years later he was licensed as a local preacher, and attended Emory 
and Henry College for two years and was admitted into the itinerant rank of 
the Holston Conference. For thirty years she shared the trials and responsibili- 
ties of a Methodist preacher. She stood by her husband and the Church with 
great fidelity. She entertained hospitably her friends and was kind to all. She 



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enjoyed and appreciated a creditable place among' the wives of her preacher 
friends. 

Mrs. Repass was the mother of five children. One passed on to the heavenly 
country in infancy. Four remain, — William Repass, Mrs. May Williams, Mrs. 
Jennie Helton and Jess Repass, — all members of the Church, further evidence 
that, as she was taught correctly, so she taught her sons and daughters j as she 
was diligently trained, so she trained her children. "They rise up and call her 
blessed." 

I have known Sister Repass for thirty-four years. The first charge she 
and her husband served I was in their home and enjoyed their kind hospitality 
very much. I have been thrown with them frequently since and learned her 
stern qualities, partaken of her helpful and sure support in all these years. Her 
life was not selfish, but duplicated in the lives of others. Living near her for 
fourteen years, our fellowship was mutual and has increased all the while. 
When her sympathy was tested it was genuine and profitable. 

I was greatly shocked last Sunday afternoon at 4:30 to be informed that 
she had suddenly passed out into the great beyond. I am very sure she had 
long since heeded the Lord's command, "Be ye also ready, for you know not 
the hour when your Lord will come." Farewell, dear friend and sister, for 
the present. We shall meet again. 

S. T. M. McPherson. 



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10 Hillsville 

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14 Max Meadows 

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17 Spring Valley 

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STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



CHARGES 



Presiding 
Elder 



Preacher in 
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District 
Work 



Conference 
Work 



General 
Work 






ABINGDON 



1 Abingdon 

2 Abingdon Circuit 

3 Benham 

4 Blountville 

5 Bluff City 

6 Bristol — Anderson St. 

7 Mary Street 

8 South Bristol 

9 State Street 

10 Virginia Avenue 

11 West Bristol 

12 Bristol Circuit 

13 Broadford 

14 Ceres 

15 Chatham Hill 

16 Damascus 

17 Elizabethton 

18 Emory 

19 Glade Spring 

20 Keywood 

21 Mountain City 

22 Saltville 



I 
$ 385|$ 
126 
128 
168 
168 
280 
280 

81 
700 
158 

49 
112 
210 
120 

86 
168 
154 

84 
210 
165 
102 
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385|$ 

112 

128 

168 

164 

280 

280| 

73| 
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158 

47 
109 
196 

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72 
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137 

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900 


808 


880 


750 


1200 


1200 


1240 


1187 


2000 


2000 



27501$ 

900 

880 
1200 
1240 
2000 
2000 

660 
50001 
1142 

350 

800 
1500 

900 

569| 
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11001 
21501 
15001 
1200 

800 
2000 



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2000 

524 

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1142 

323 

784 

1414 

664 

535 

1145 

984 

2150 

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681 

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103 

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155 

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2841 

176 
125 
137 



361 
553 
324 
106 
1066 



425 
214 



$ 50 



100 



137 
214 



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$4214 $4061l$31841 $30535 



$ 182 $ 148 $13865 $10818 



3915 



28372 



27475 



266 



244 



6574 



6083 



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$ 3060 



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96 



$ 7291 



$ 4735 



4835 



5160 



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1 Appalachia 

2 Arno and Derby _ 

3 Big Stone Gap ___ 

4 Clinchport 

5 Coeburn 

6 Coeburn Circuit 

7 Cumberland Gap _ 

8 Dunbar 

9 Dungannon 

10 East Stone Gap __ 

11 Ewing 

12 Gate City 

13 Gate City Circuit 

14 Imboden 

15 Inman 

16 Jonesville 

17 Kingsport 

18 Kingsport Circuit 

19 Nicklesville 

20 Norton 

21 Pennington Gap . 

22 Powell's Valley _. 

23 Roda 

24 Stickleyville 

25 Stonega 

26 Tom's Creek 

27 Wise 



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225 

365 

125 

360 

150 

225 

225 

180 

225 

160 

270 

180 

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135 

182 

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195 

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840 
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783 

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3000 
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788 
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1500 
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463 
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614 
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900 
1628 

758 
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1100 
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610 
1181 
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700 

225 
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665 
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523 
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1025 
335 

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425 
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370 
340 
325 
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1275 
330 
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1300 
650 
145 
350 
85 
190 
167 
240 



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8504 

64 

1591 

42 



500 

3731 

23 

109 

12265 

518 

125 

355 

100 

225 

270 

308 

42338 

52533 



227 
696 
153 
558 
221 
250 
233 
365 
1244 

59" 
245 
220 

68 
315 
350 
668 
137 

15 

1904 

320 

78 
400 
275 
280 
337 
626 



2804 

11568 
1839 

11093 
1378 
2881 
2882 
2857 

12681 
1336 
5014 
1911 
2060 
1087 
3014 

11746 

1887 

603 

14169 
3507 
1511 
3708 
1337 
3244 
2500 
4336 



5 
100 



998 
45 



$ 9019 
2799 
11468 
1839 
10095 
1333 
2881 
2882 
511 2806 
380| 12301 

I 1336 

I 5014 

1 1911 

2060 

1087 

3014 

10604 

1861 

603 

12569 

3507 

1511 

3708 

1337 

3234 

2500 

4282 



1142 
26 



1600 



10 



54 



$117321$121972!$4411 $117561 



121911 1493221 3421 

$ 1$ 1$ 990 

101951 459| 273501 

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HOLSTON ANNUAL 
STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 





Presiding 
Elder 


Preacher in 
Charge 


District 
Work 


Conference 
Work 


General 
Work 


.2 


CHARGES 


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1 

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IT 


BLUEFIELD | 

1 Berwind i$ 244 

2 Bluefield— Bland Street | 555 


$ 244 $ 2200 
555 5000 
4001 3600 


$ 2200 
5000 
3600 


$ 20 
50 
36 
45 
24 
20 
20 
20 
20 


$____ 

50 
36 
45 
24 


1 

$ 450 
2757 
1900 
1500 

8251 


$ 300 
2757 
1900 
1500 






$___ 


3 Grace Church _ | 400 








4 Trinity | 500 


500 45001 4500 
267 24001 2400 
1851 20001 1852 


_ 






5 Bramwell 


267 
200 


737 
315 
245 
515 
230 
475 





25 




315 


1 




7 Grumpier 

8 Davy 


225| 1811 20001 1810 
222 222i 20001 2000 


20 
20 
20 


300 
515 
280 
475 
550 
250 
300 
460 
400 
350 
625 
400 
435 
525 


- - 1 




1 




9 East Welch 


222 

222 
278 
143 
166 
245 
278 
277 
333 
200 
200 
290 
154 


222| 20001 2000 






10 Eckman 


222 
278 
143 
166 
222 
278 
277 
333 
200 
200 
290 
10 


20001 2000 
25001 2500 
1300 1300 
1500 1500 
2200 1997 
25001 2500 
2500| 2500 
30001 3000 
1800| 1800 
18001 1800 
26001 2600 
14041 791 


201 20 






11 Gary 


25 
10 
15 
22 
25 


25 
10 

~"~15 
25 


550 
250 
125 
414 
400 
350 
625 
400 
435 
525 






12 Glen Alum 








13 laeger 








14 Jenkin Jones 








15 Keystone 








16 Kimball 


251 25 










30 

18 
18 
26 


30 

18 
18 
26 


1 






18 McDowell- 


1 1 . _ 












20 Northfork 








21 Roderfield 




1 


22 Thorpe 


1001 100 


900 
1800 
2000 
3000 
1200 
1500 


900 
1391 
2000 
3000 

800 
1100 


9 
18 
20 
30 
12 
15 


~~~18 
20 
80 


125 

222 
300 
900 
200 


125 
100 
300 








23 Twin Branch 


200 
222 
333 
133 
166 


155 
222 
333 
54 
106 








24 War 








25 Welch 


900 

80 

100 








26 West Welch 








27 Wilcoe 


1 180 
















Total $6775|$6365|$61204|$58841 $ 593|$ 495|$15539 

Total last year 6046| •57881 551201 54026 5371 4311 13847 


$14653 
13565 


1 




$ 25- 


1 




135 










$ 729 


$ 5771$ 60841$ 4815 

1 I 


$ 561$ 641$ 16921$ 1088 

1 1 


1 




$ 


Decrease 


1 _ __ 




110 






1 1 


1 i i 






CHATTANOOGA 
1 Chattanooga — Centenary 


$ 795 

50 
130 
428 
200 

43 
107 
143 
150 
214 
321 
150 

16 
133 
125 

35 
100 


1 1 
1 1 
$ 775 $ 62001$ 6200 
50 900! 900 
130| 18001 1800 


$ 300 
20 
50 
300 
100 
15 
60 
90 
90 


$ 300 
20 
50 
300 
100 
15 
60 


$ 5677 
203 
465 
2723 
746 
198 
436 


$ 5677 
203 
465 
2723 
746 
198 
436 
688 
752 
1169 







l$— 


3 East Lake 








4 Highland Park & McF 


428i 4000 


4000 
2400 

400 
1600 
2400 
2500 
3000 
3000 
1500 

600 
1500 
1035 

355 

906 

775 
1500 

223 
1800 
1030 
1500 
1235 

776 








5 King Memorial 


200 

43 

107 

143 

150 

214 

321 

150 

16 

133 

108 

35 

c)3 


2400 

400 
1600 
2400 
2300 
3000 
3000 
1500 

600 
1500 
1200 

520 
1150 

775 
1500 

400 
1800 
1030 
1500 
1235 

800 

400 








6 Lookout 








7 North Chattanooga 








8 Ridgedale 


901 688 








9 Rossville 


90 


752 

1169 

1656 

638 

70 

636 

416 

150 

465 

271 

388 

170 

409 

441 

551 

453 

325 

97 

1 47 








10 St. Elmo 








11 Trinity 


200 

100 

10 

50 


200 

10 
50 


1656 
638 
70 
636 
200 
162 








12 Whiteside Street 








13 Wisdom Memorial 








14 Dayton 








15 Dunlap 


1 ■ 








16 Etna 












17 Evensville 






241 

271 

126 

15 

409 

441 

275 

453 

105 

97 

47 








18 Hixson 


53l 53 


20 
50 


20 
50 








19 Jasper 


107 
32 

1 180 


107 

18 

180 






140 


20 Melvin 








21 Pikeville 


100 
40 
45 
40 
45 
20 


100 
40 

45 
20 








22 Rising Fawn & Trenton 


1001 100 

1331 133 

1001 100 

90| 90 

211 21 
25| 25 








23 South Pittsburg 








24 Spring City 








25 Whitwell 








26 Wauhatchie 








27 McFerrin 


6001 635 


1 101 10 










Total 


|$3981|$3923 
1 37501 3674 


1$445101$51937 
412371 40011 


$1755 
1710 


$1570 
1688 


$20240 
6721 


$188991$ 

66281 11462 


[$-— 
10351 


$140 


Total last year 


Increase 


IS 2311$ 2491$ P273l$11926l$ 45l« ItiSRlQ 


$122711* 


$ |$140 

10351! 


Decrease 


1 1 1 1 


118 


1 




1 11462 




1 1 1 1 1 


1 







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STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



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$___ 


$ — 

3765 

448 

13 

197 


$ 50 

250 

98 

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$ 10£ 
360C 
80C 
60C 
494 
9( 
136 
40C 


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$ 

1100 
498 
340 
105 
18 
218 
104 
63 


$ 842 

7806 

10275 

5285 

1501 






$ 122 
10380 

6591 
12875 

1597 


$ 560 
9581 
8317 
2558 
648 
268 
638 
579 
333 
429 
1060 
337 
559 
995 
810 
449 
395 
393 
578 
724 
32S 


$ 4223 

44844 

27963 

28226 

8100 

3103 

6288 

7863 

4000 

7142 

8891 

5621 

13499 

4965 

9192 

8681 

6100 

5032 

4240 

13052 

1526 

6474 


$ lift 4223 


2 






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"636 

"423 
354 

""128 

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36 

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44844 


3 










27261 


4 










28226 


5 


25 


25 






8100 


6 


470 
535 
1455 
929 
423 
770 






3041 








12 
99 


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116 
470 
125 
125 






2572 
2364 


6238 


8 










7227 


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2727 
2238 
2950 
10149 
100 
3894 


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162 
135 


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8087 


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■ 64 _ 


231 284 
28| 1016 
951 689 






5621 


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13415 


14 








109 
150 
175 


3291 






4965 


15 






105 
110 


30( 
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730 
520 

1 757 


1 




8542 


16 








36 


1 




4172 


8645 


17 








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470 

1473 

579 

1 6135 

1 78 


6100 


18 






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4240 


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127 


100 




551 19701 1 

18| 3181 1 


12000 


21 






1 


1526 


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40 

25 

10 

137 


25 
40 


1301 


I 75| 300 

401 526 

151 1000 

1681 985 

151 100 


1 


1 45701 200 


1 6474 


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1 1116. 200 


3659i 


3659 


24 












267 
875 
200 
379 


4041 

10331 

1694 

3980 


32 

1770 

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4009 


?5 


556 


432 


1 




2214 

820 

1443 


8561 


?6 


301 20 

1 






1694 


97 






175 


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690 






3553 






















$581 


$457 
50 


$ 54871$ 2003 
126031 25210 


111371 

500|__- 


$ 3049|$40554 
37591 24437 






$ 81179 
129074 


$27650 
22946 


$252180 
289876 


|$6082 
1 5087 


$245952 








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$407l« IS 1106371 


$ l.'R16117 


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4704 


"62804 


i 995 










71161 23207 
1 




710 

1 








47895 


38331 


1 




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1 
2 
3 
4 


1 
1 
1 


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1 

$ 1368 $ 633 


1395 


$ 368 


'$12226 






$ 25848 

510 

590 

11189 

3425 

14 

10066 

9760 

5432 

8312 

9880 

953 

240 

791 

60 


$ 7554 

355 

999 

5221 

817 

95 

1005 

1285 

2857 

1412 

2058 

595 

188 

1084 

156 

122 

70 

170 

226 

20 

317 

248 

409 

263 

141 


$ 62344 

5567 

4398 

31813 

8701 

824 

11144 

15418 

15057 

17987 

23561 

4576 

1887 

4363 

1817 

824 

2982 

1825 

3448 

520 

5747 

3213 

4448 

2419 

1319 


$- 

""200 

1311 

428 

"l496 
1305 
1160 

""425 

130 

22 

686 


$ 62844 


1 


25 






15 
60 


275 






5567 


1 


301 1 

?>3ni 9.6?; 1 


243 






4198 


1 


1200 


6031 5654 






30502 


f> 


1 


2-M 100 


1 




894 

50 

252 

527 






8273 


6 


____!___ 


91 
1 










824 


7 


1 


4^ 6 
100, 425 
198| 148 
8201 124 




40 






9648 


8 


1 


1 






14113 


q 




1 




2050 
3250 






13897 


10 




1 


186 






17987 


11 






481 438 


660| 

1 


178 

126 

22 

81 

10 


4689 
493 
160 
450 
121 






23136 


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121 
2 








4446 


1R 






9:n 


551 

1621 






1364 


14 




- 


1621 






3677 


15 






50 271 501 






1817 


16 








1 1 








824 


17 










241 

281 

225 


if:; 


151 230 






700 
215 
697 


1 2982 


18 






33 
15 
24 


31 


571 202 
161 170 






901 1735 


IP 










361 3412 


?0 




1 1 




50 
1035 






T 520 


?1 


____ 




1 




75 






1881 

700 

933 

184 

35 


75 5672 


?? 


____! i_____" 


1181 










75 3138 


?3 




223 60 
14 41 

1 


272 





1211 519 
781 55 

791 48 
24| 20 

4| 






326 


4122 


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2419 


25 
26 

27 


1 


101 
401 


-— 






1319 




2 






1961 191 697 


697 





1____| 







11221 68| 19111 1 1911 


1 1$ 1$ 43991$ 2315133131 iR 2303IS33663 






$ 93688 
118096 


$27754 
20286 


$288310 
237121 


$7765|$230544 


1 1 25| 190371 239251 9|____ 


27187] 26102 







54381 279978 


1— -l$— 1$ !$ L_-_|_— 

1 961 14fiS81 5>1fi10l33n4l 


$ 

24884 


$ 7561 





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$ 

24413 


$ 7518 


$ 1189|$2327 
1 1 


$ 

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1 1 



120 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 
STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



CHARGES 



Presiding 
Elder 



Preacher in 
Charge 



District 
Work 



Conference 
Work 



General 
Work 



S'rt 



JOT 
*-i I 



CLEVELAND 

1 Alcoa 

2 Athens 


$_ 

320 


320 
60 
156 
200 
400 
140 


$ 

2000 

386 
1064 
1300 
2500 

860 




60 
170 
220 
400 
140 


4 Benton 


5 Charleston 


6 Cleveland 






9 Decatui" 


150 
112 


152 
100 
288 
300 
273 
90 
192 
384 


980 
700 
1800 
1800 
1707 
513 
1200 
2400 


10 Ducktown 


11 Etowah 


288 


12 Lenoir City 


300 
273 
87 
192 
384 






15 Madisonville 

16 Maryville 


17 Monroe 


18 Mount Vernon 


50 
146 
288 

97 
170 


30 
146 

288 
97 

170 
97 
89 

400 


300 
912 

2400 
603 

1059 
701 
600 

2500 


19 Oakland and Venore ___ 

20 Ooltewah 


21 Peakland 


22 Philadelphia 


23 Riceville 


157 

85 

400 


24 South Cleveland 

25 Sweetwater 



175 

2000 

396 

969 

1200 

2500 

860 

50 

980 

630 

1800 

1863 

1707 

606 

1200 

2400 

81 

152 

912 

2400 

603 

1060 

604 

765 

2600 



17 



-$ 190 



171 



1_. 

20| 
30 i 

1 


5 
30 


1 


10| 

L. 


10 





15| 
18| 
131 
41 
131 



886 
156 
250 
862 
1460 
200 
52 
300 
224 
700 
765 
617 
173 
564 



201 1120 



lOj 



42 
49 
433 
464 
230 
434 
226 
172 
1450 



95 

886 
102 
210| 
862| 

14601 
170| 
28| 
2251 
154 
700 
765 
617 
173 
564 

1120 
11 
49 
433 
4641 
230 
434 
226 
1721 

14501 



62 



931 

$993 

907 

1$ 86 



Total 

Total last year 



$4489 $43721$28285i$28513 
4555 42921 27755| 27178 



2381$ 
2801 



2-231$12019 $11600|. 
258| 11579 107351- 



Increase 
Decrease 



-1$ 801$ 5301$ 1335 

;| 1 1 



$-—!$- 

42| 



35! 



1$ 440$ 8651- 



KNOXVILLE 

Andersonville 

Caryville 

Clinton 

Coal Creek 

Corryton 

Cotula 

Harriman 

8 Harriman Circuit 

9 Henry's Cross Roads 

10 Jacksboro 

11 Knoxville— Broad Street- 

12 Brookside 

Centenary 

Church Street 

Clyde Street 

East Hill Avenue 

Emerald Avenue 

Epworth 

Fountain City ! 

Lincoln Park 

Macedonia 

Magnolia Avenue 

Perry's Ch. & Holston 

Roseberry 

University Avenue 

Virginia Avenue 

Washington Pike 

West Lonsdale 

29 LaFollette 

30 Petros 

31 Powell's Station 

32 Rockwood 

33 Sevierville 

34 Stony Point 

35 Strawberry Plains 

36 Zion 



1$ 100 

I 100 

187 

125 

108 

111 

225 

91 

77 

50 

450 

37 

412 

625 

501 

62 

187 

187 

312 

250 

125 

375 

90 

25 

50 

225 

2061 

301 

2251 

391 

1121 

2251 

150 

50 

131 

12 



100 
100 

187 

85 

108 

111 

2251 

85 

77 

51 

450 

71 

412 

625 

50 

62 

187 

1871 

3121 

250| 

1251 

3751 

90! 

25 

25 

225 

206 

20 

225 

13 

112 

225 

150 

14 

109 



850 

800 

1500 

1000 

850 

905 

1800 

774 

623| 

400 

3600 

314 

35001 

5000] 

400 

500 

1500 

1500 

2500 

2000 

1000 

3000 

700 

200 

400 

1800 

1800 

300 

1800 

350 

900 

1800 

1200 

400 

1050 

100 



850 

800 

1500 

764 

850 

905 

1800 

758 

623 

414 

3600 

195 

3500 

5250 

170 

683 

1500 

1500 

2500 

2000 

1000 

3000 

700 

200 

298 

1800 

1800 

188 

1800 

100 

900 

1800 

1200 

112 

738 

75 



106j 106J 



50 

112 

2 



501 

1121 

21 

.___1 



263 
195 
612 
302 
304 
149 
612 
357 
267 
365 
2394 

25 
2370 
5008 

35 

95 
289 
320 
1202 
550 
258 
945 

86 

30 

61 
377 
275 

50 
638 

60 
269 
457 
370 

75 
360 

40 



263|_ 

1951- 
6121. 
3021. 
3041. 
1491. 
612!. 
1761- 
267|. 
3651- 
23941- 

251. 
2370 1 . 
50081- 

35!- 

951- 
2891- 
3201- 
1202L 
5501- 
2581- 
9451- 

861- 

301- 

611- 
3771- 
2751- 

50|. 
6381- 

601. 
269 
327 
370 

75 
360 

40 



185 



185 



Total 

Total last year 



$5816|$5619|$46916|$45673 $ 4431$ 
54711 54061 453231 43475 235| 



429|$20065 $19754|$ 
2351 18700 171641_. 



185 



185 $ 25 
45 



Increase 
Decrease 



.1$ 3451$ 2131$ 15931$ 2198|$ 208|$ 
.1 1 1 1 1 |_. 



1941$ 13651$ 25901$ 
___! 1 1__ 



185 



$ 185 $. 



20 



^Many charges combine Conference and General Work. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 
STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



121 







RAISED THIS YEAR 






2 «> 

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3 

110 

8 

28 

65 

1050 



50 



696 



135 

1747 



12 
8 
93 
25 
90 
25 
98 
1335 



390 



324 



100 
300 



20 
100 



25 
'190 



126 

13 

125 

132 

722 
100 



200 



40 
313 



12 

140 

29 



10 
156 
593 



2 

191 

21 

37 



588 
28 



60 



180 
74 

137 
32 
27 



23 
120 
32 
25 
20 



347 



$ 38 

1206 

157 

65 

95 

2758 

710 



112 

1384 
477 
149 
251 
478| 
999 



7 
302 

1314 
155 
225 
300 
125 

1778 



1196 
375 
3672 
2092 
8132 
115 



195 

2276 
1443 
2324 



916 
1217 



350 

8870 
57 

551 
1400 

119 
1876 



34 

531 

41 

81 

458 
794 
340 



$ 4471 
6583 
1183 
5404 
4712 
18103 
2453 



195 
167 
500 
200 
698 
60 
693 
1055 



19 

206 

1280 

40 

238 

465 

329 

2712 



$_ 



1672 
1360 
7151 
6045 
4713 
1256 
4631 
9706 



5472 
15251 
1175 
2903 
3131 
1854 
14242 



135 
103 



60 



118 
200 



2511 



3601 



16111 



447 
6583 
1183 
5404 
4577 

18000 

2453 

78 

1612 

1360 

7033 

5845 

4713 

1256 

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HOLSTON ANNUAL 
STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 





Presiding 


Preacher in 


District 


Conference 


General 






Elder 


Charge 


Work 


Work 


Work 


1 


CHARGES 




















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1 Afton 


1 1 1 1 1 

1 1 1 1 1 

1 1 1 1 1 

$ lOOIS lOOIS 900IS 648!$ 6IS 2 


$ 163 
325 
130 
500 
150 


$ 75 

325 

130 

500 

50 


$ 162 
325 
120 
500 
125 
316 
390 
215 


$ 60 
250 
120 
500 
50 
176 
296 
140 


$- 


2 Bull's Gap _ 


210 
98 


210 

98 


1290 
592 


1290 
592 


13 

5 
20 


13 
5 

20 


?5 


3 Embreeville 




4 Erwin 


3331 333 
114| 114 
1161 85 
285i 285 


27001 2700 
6861 686 




5 East Park 




6 Fall Branch 


950 
2000 


515 

2000 

905 












15 

10 

■ 15 

50 

4 

7 

9 


15 

5 

15 

50 

- 

9 


385 
215 
775 

2390 
210 
193 
445 

2107 
600 
490 
700 
209 
460 
530 
130 
' 555 


296 
140 




8 Hawkins _ 


200 
250 
600 

63 
100 
144 
500 
233 
175 
250 
100 
192 
200 
100 
160 
225 

65 


1501 1200 




9 Jefferson City 


250 

600 

39 

100 


15001 1500 


1 


10 Johnson City 


3600 

445 
600 


3600 
275 
600 
901 


2390 

34 

200 

445 

2107 
600 
467 
500 
209 
460 
348 
130 
373 
190 
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1 


11 Johnson City Circuit 






12 Jonesboro 


200 


200 _ _ 




1441 901 
5001 3000 
2331 1402 

175 1050 
250 1500 

90| 625 
1921 1308 

176 1300 






30001 43 




__ 
_ 


15 Morristown Circuit 


1402 
1050 
1500 

510 
1308 
1060 

600 

850 
1350 

485 






1 


16 Mosheim 


10 
14 
8 
9 
10 
2 
9 


10 

_____ 

5 

10 

2 

9- 




1 


17 Newport 


1 1 


18 Parrottsville 




1 






1 — 






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21 Sneedville 


100 

142 

225 

fin 


600 

960 

1350 

485 


• _ _ 1 


22 Tate and Rutledge 




1 


23 Tazewell 








24 Tazewell Circuit 






120 








25 White Pine 


200| 176 


12001 1057 


. _. 


1 250 


1 










Total 


$5013l!B4832l<R32l44l$30384li6 2591$ 185l$ll782l$l03.39l$ 2353 


$ 17921$ 25 


Total last year 


4941 


48631 30973 

1 


30689 


631 


631 


14013 


13289 


975 


975 


138 


RADFORD 

1 Athens and Princeton 

2 Aubern _ 


$ 333 
200 
160 

56 
250 
417 

90 
175 


$ 333 
151 
135 

66 
250 
417 

90 
175 


$ 2000 
1200 


$ 2000 
903 


$ 


$ 


$ 350 
393 
632 
185 
409 
721 
328 


$ 350 
122 
186 

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721 
328 
204 
61 
237 
22 
724 
100 
195 
141 
310 
946 

1970 
114 

1724 
300 
295 
255 


$ 350 
393 


$ 238 
122 


$ 


3 Bland 


10001 809 

350 462 

1500 1500 

25001 2500 








4 Draper 






100 
409 
721 


40 
325 
721 




5 Dublin 








6 East Radford 








7 East River 


550 
1200 

600 
1715 


550 
1200 

521 
1682 


_ 




_ 


8 Eggleston 






"'l36 


204 
61 




9 Floyd 


2 


2 


136 
267 
22 
724 
159 
500 
131 
430 
946 

1970 
150 

1724 
425 
344 
255 




10 Hiawatha 


285 


278 




11 Hylton 












214 


214 

■ 336 

147 

47 

115 


1300 

2200 

943 

500 

725 


1300 

2017 

883 

283 

750 

1600 

4000 

219 

2400 

632 


25 


25 




1 


13 Matoaka 


366 
157 

83 
115 
267 
550 

16 

333 

125 

155 




159 


inoi 


14 Mechanicsburg 






1 


50 


15 Mercer and Summers 


2 


2 


131 




16 New River 




1 


17 Pearisburg 


267 1600 












550 
15 
333 
101 
155 
11 


3600 
250 

2400 
800 


12 


12 




_ 1 


200 


19 Princeton Circuit 


150 


112 




20 Pulaski 








21 Radford 












22 Staflfordsville 


1000 1000 
69 






300 


200 





23 Spanishburg 








Total 


$43471 $4186l$5>7933l!R5>75t80 


$ 41 
192 


$ 41 
192 


$11201 
7104 


$ 9631 
6467 


$ 2849 
6917 


$ 2123 
6290 


$250 
50 


Total last year 


46391 4483 


289921 28093 


Increase 

Decrease 


$____!$____ 

2921 297 


$ 

1059 


$ 1$ 

8131 151 


$ 

151 


$ 4097 


$ 3164 


$ 

4068 


$ 

4167 


$200 























HOLSTON ANNUAL 
STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



123 





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$ 1573 

156 

13 


$ 40 
357 

178 




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$ 136 
2213 

368 
2824 

240 

120 
1863 

130 
5409 
1505 

125 
1292 

382 
1571 
1900 

242 
1089 


$ 117 

2748 
122 

1492 
135 
100 
309 
145 
491 

2217 

80 

185 

306 

1541 
294 
151 
124 
125 
130" 
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53 
145 
118 
42 
400 


$ 1211 

6684 

1698 

11254 


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1698 

11624 


8 






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4521 1616 
461 166 

81 48 






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52 






1538 


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60 


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75 


20 






2173 
1765 


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2085 


1207 


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103 
120 


452 

30 

314 

11382 


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6017 
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595 


102 
660 








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216 

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160 

100 

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390 

100 

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269 
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135 
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262 






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5147 

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$ 5491 
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$ 2203 
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$ 52 
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$ 53111$ 592 
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$ 26095 
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$11695 
14328 


$ 74673 $4870 
142946 3646 

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$ 85 

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$ 425 


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$ 

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$ 6544 


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40 
10 


267 

517 

44 

142 






834 
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2590 

202 1999 

52 813 
5091 4455 
7811 13988 

50! 1868 
2101 2813 

851 1860 
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111 


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157 

484 




225 





75 


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384 
3253 
700 
570 
802 
222 


3615 


6 


1 




583 
25 


2611 4284 






13988 


7 




25| 100 






1868 


8 




200 




1 




50 
225 
205 






2813 


9 






83 


19 






1860 


10 


1 ._ . 1 


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2783 


11 




1 












12 






16 




194 


491 805 






67 

3594 

25 

224 

175 

2957 

3225 

2200 

1800 

355 

481 


411 3807 




3807 


13 












400 
100 






300 
138 


1 


7843 


14 








50 


60 




20 






1618 


200 
30 



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255 
100 


1667 


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7 


14 




211 200 

571 180 






2001 1143 
1361 1773 
8011 7206 
18251 22178 
2721 5520 
7321 16000 
1941 1905 
2351 2860 


943 


16 






50 








1743 


17 






249 

1185 

28 

752 


35 




351 

3750 

720 






7206 


18 






4500 
117 
131 


1011 
63 




150 






22178 


19 










5520 


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550 




398 


7800 

86 

17?; 






16000 


21 






1| 185 
65| 174 


_ 




1752 


22 






60 




40 






2760 


23 


____ 




!____ 


121 


!_-__ 




1 2201 


220 








$ 3138 
10575 


$ 4988 
24053 


3492 


$— 
20 


$ 1302!$22013 
20181 11382 






$ 23405 
45995 


$ 7707|$103943|$1425 
9523! 145055! 1149 


$110512 















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$ 

7437 


$ 13492|$___ 

190651 1 20 


$ |$10631I 1 $ 

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$ 1$ 1$ 276 

18161 411121 


$ 

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•For Piano, etc. 



124 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 
STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



CHARGES 



Presiding 
Elder 



Preacher in 
Charge 



District 
Work 



Conference 
Work 



General 
Work 






TAZEWELL 



1 Belfast 

2 Boissevain 

3 Buchanan and Drill __ 

4 Castlewood 

5 Clinchfield 

6 Clintwood 

7 Cedar Bluff 

8 i)ante and Wilder 

9 Dickensonville 

10 Elk Garden 

11 Fremont and McClure 

12 Graham 

13 Graham Circuit 

14 Grundy 

15 Honaker 

16 Maxwell 

17 Lebanon 

18 Pocahontas 

19 Richlands 

20 Rocky Gap 

21 Saint Paul 

22 Tazewell 

23 Tazewell Circuit 

24 West Graham 

25 North Tazewell 



$ 150 $ 
208 

I- 



.| 234 



130 
119 
286 
136 
234 
188 
300 
200 
115 
260 
90 
234 
312 
260 
156 
195 
857 
195 
130 
113 



136 



1070 
1600 



1800 



1301 
119 

234| 

nil 

234 
188 
300 
159 
115 
206 
90 
234 
312 
260 
150 
195 
357 
182 
130 
113 



1000 
1216 
2200 
10641 
1800 
1450 
2400 
1535 

885 
20001 

715 
1800 
2400 
2000 
1200 
15001 
30001 
1500 
1000 

876 



910 

1600 

67 

1050 

175 
1000 
1216 
1800 

913 
1800 
1450 
2400 
1221 

800 
1587 

637 
1800 
2400 
2000 
1000 
1500 
3000 
1402 
1000 

876 



15 



18 



15 



$ 275 
225* 



150 
225 



12 



289 



160 
624 
620 
530 
519 
300 
701 
450 
405 
300 
400 
520 
372 
875 
525| 
800 
1190 



225 



225 



275 
586 



185 

55 

160 

244 
295 
210 

5191 
300 
701 
171 
100 
239 
125 
520 
372 
727 
200 
125 
11901 
5001 
275 
293 



236 



160 



461 



574 
400 



250 



460 

328 



574 
150 



198 



328 



225| 125 



Total 

Total last year 



!$4602 
I 46341 



$4281! 
43111 



S36011|$33604|$ 
863501 338071 



222|$10441|$ 
259| 94201 



7881 $ 33191$ 2521|$___ 
7915 42801 40001 35 



Increase 
Decrease 



$ $ 1021 



321 301 3391 2031 



58 



37 



1$ $ l$— 

I 961 14791 35 



WYTHEVILLE 

1 Blue Ridge 

2 Cedar Springs 

3 Chilhowie 

4 Coveton _. 

5 Cripple Creek 

6 Elk Creek 

7 Fries 

8 Galax 

9 Grant 

10 Hillsville 

11 Independence 

12 Marion 

13 Marion Circuit 

14 Max Meadows 

15 Rural Retreat 

16 Rural Rereat Circuit 

17 Spring Valley 

18 Wytheville 

19 Wytheville Circuit __ 



1$ 60 

I ini 

I 250 

I 40 

I 180 

I 190 

I 183 

I 200 

120 

50 

195 

333 

200 

250 

300 

180 

166 

300 

250 



120 


108 


50 


48 


195 


180 


333 


333 


200 


197 


250 


250 


300 


300 



$ 601 
1501 
250 

36 
151 
190 
183 
200 
108 

48 
180 
333 
197 
250 
300 
180 
143 
300 
231 



I 

$ 600|$ 

1100] 

1500 

410 

1200 

1310 

1333 

1800 

800 

500 

1200 

2400 

1300 

1500 

1800 

1200 

1000 

2000 

1500 



I 

5241$ 
10001 
15001 

331 _. 
1015 
1310 
1333 
2000 

680 

475 
1161 
2400 
1282 
1500 
1800 
1200 

894 
2000 
1400 



6$. 

12|_. 
151 



151 



300$ 

450| 

6301 

200 

465 

470 

320 

880 

550| 

170 

850 
1575 

520 

430 
1050 

440 

700 

745 

600 



140 
200 
630 
81 
218 
300 
200 
445 
175 
98 
322 

1575 
373 
300 

1050 
440 
314 
745 
400 



390 
520 



I 

I 
— -1$- 
200|_. 
520|__ 



385 
388 
272 


200|____ 

212| 

1001 

1 




1 


_ 
140 


98| 

1 




1 


425 
360 


3731 

217|___- 

1 


365 




3651 50 

1 



620 
350 



6201. 
2001. 



Total 

Total last year 



$3618|$3490|$24453 $28805 
36011 34971 23598 28159 



284 $ 
501 



194|$11345 $ 
423| 7595 



8006 $ 42151$ 
6407 70051 



81051$ 50 
58791 75 



Increase 
Decrease 



-1$ 171$ 1$ 8551$ 646 

.1 1 71 1 



.___|$_-_- 
2671 229 



$ 3750 $ 15991$ 1$ $— _ 

I 27901 27741 25 

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HOLSTON ANNUAL 
STATISTICAL TABLE No. 3 — FINANCE 



125 





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1 

$ 89 S 14 


$ 14 
218 




$ 1470 
32 


$ 250 

1084 

10982 

911 


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$ 




$ 105 
782 


$ 200 
1027 
130 
155 
100 
125 
178 

10 
135 

30 


$ 2735 

5561 

11270 


$ 14 
550 


$ 1721 

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9 




143 






9 


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90 






1 11970 


4 




__ 
83 






10 


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230 
5000 
750 
412 
688 
286 
1637 


25871 

5100 


2587 


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5100 


6 








5 
6 

1 








80 

100 

820 

301 

255 

250 

697 

200 

300 

1806 

328 

1064 

1076 

1347 






2240 
2441 
3709 
2417 
56438 


29 


2240 


7 




29 


20 

59 

142 

792 


100 










2411 


8 




34 
10 
28 






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50553 


17 
111 








1 2417 


10 










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11 






40 122 
120 545 

150 

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282 
1604 






2644 


12 






432 

8 

45 

40 

200 




100 
34 
13 






19626 

1362 

450 

805 

227 

985 

535 

1269 

1500 

3849 

9737 

416 

694 

1827 




9719S 


90 

150 

~"~60 
156 


27033 


13 






400 





352 1 40f;7 


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250 
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127 



STATISTICAL TABLE No, 4 — SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT 



CHARGE 

(*) 



Amount Accepted by 

the Charge to Raise 

in Five Years 



.§§0 



pi 






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Amount Paid by Every Charge 
Each Conference Year During 
5-Year Period of Special Effort 



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ABINGDON 

1 Abingdon Station- 

2 Abingdon 

3 Benham 

4 Blountville 

5 Bluff City 

6 Bristol I 

7 Anderson Street | 

8 Mary Street | 

9 State Street I 

10 Virginia Avenue | 

11 South Bristol | 

12 West Bristol 

13 Broadford 

14 Ceres 

15 Chatham Hill Miss._ 

16 Damascus Circuit 

17 Elizabethton 

18 Emory 

19 Glade Sp.-Meadow V. 

20 Keywood 

21 Mountain City 

22 Saltville 



2565 

967 

751 

1482 

1408 

840 1 

2280 

2280 

4005 

1197 

752 

500 

1500 

1026 

685 

1400 

1254 

575 

1525 

1368 

898 

2280 



10 



220 
5995 



2575 

967 

751 

1482 

1408 

840 

2280' 

2500 

10000 

1200 

752| 

500 

1500 

1026 

685 

1400 

1254 

575 

1525 

1368 

900 

2280 



$ 515| 

571 



1531 



284|. 

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30 
78 
37 
37 

222 
91 

500 



368 



515 

57 



153 



2841 

3401 

2000 



30 
78 
37 
37 

222 
91 

500 



199 
460 



2060 

910 

751 

1328 

1408 

840 

1995 

2159 

8000 

1200 

752 

469 

1421 

988 

647 

1177 

1163 

75 

1525 

999 

701 

1819 



Total !$ 



315381$ 6230 $ 

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37768f$ 5375 



$ 5375 



$ 32392 



BIG STONE GAP 



1 Appalachia 

2 Arno and Derby 

3 Big Stone Gap Sta._. 

4 Clinchport 

5 Coeburn 

6 Coeburn Circuit 

7 Cumberland Gap __. 

8 Dunbar 

9 Dungannon 

10 East Stone Gap 

11 Ewing 

12 Gate City 

13 Gate City Circuit __. 

14 Imboden 

15 Inman 

16 Jonesville 

17 Kingsport Station _. 

18 Kingsport Circuit 

19 Nicklesville 

20 Norton 

21 Pennington Gap 

22 Powell's Valley 

23 Roda 

24 Stickleyville 

25 Stonega 

26 Tom's Creek 

27 Wise Station 

28 Wise Circuit 



2300 

250 

2760 

1125 

2415 

1150 

1725 

1725 

1380 

1250 

1150 

2070 

1380 

975 

690 

1400 

2875 

790 

805 

3450 

1458 

1012 

975 

920 

1170 

1380 

1725 

345 



200 $ 
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100 
125 



2500 

250 

3000 

1125 

2500 

1200 

1725 

975 

1380 

1250 

1150 

2070 

1380 

975 

690 

1500 

3000 

790 

805 

3500 

1500 

1012 

975 

920 

1170 

1380 

1725 

345| 



143 
51 

300 
93 

396 
23 

104 
76 
68 

100 

103 

197 
17 
35 



65 



105 
95 
246 
107 
127 
200 



210 

47 
272 

58| 



143 
51 

300 
93 

396 
23 

104 
76 
68 

100 

103 

197 
17 
35 



65 



105 
95 
246 
107 
127 
200 



210 

47 

272 

58 



2356 

198 

2700 

1031 

2103 

1177 

1621 

898 

1312 

1150 

1046 

1882 

1362 

940 

690 

1434 

3000 

684 

710 

3253 

1392 

885 

775 

920 

960 

1333 

1453 

287 



Total 



$ 40650 $ 892 $ 407921$ 32431 



.|$ 3243$ 37548 

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♦These tables are furnished by the General Board of Finance at St. Louis. 



128 



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STATISTICAL TABLE No. 4 — STTPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT 



CHARGE 



Amount Accepted by 


the Charge to Raise 


in Five Years 




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BLUEFIELD 

1 Berwind 

2 Bluefield— Bland St 

3 Grace 

4 Trinity 

5 Bramwell 

6 Coalwood 

7 Grumpier 

8 Davy 

9 East Welch 

10 Eckman 

11 Gary 

12 Glenalum 

13 laeger 

14 Jenkinjones 

15 Keystone 

16 Kimball 

17 McDowell 

18 Maybeury 

19 Montcalm 

20 Northfork 

21 Roderfield 

22 Thorpe 

23 Twin Branch 

24 War 

25 Welch 

26 West Welch 

27 Wilcoe 

Total 




100 
3570 
244 
473 
393 
40 
136 
400 
110 
318 
647 



221 



67 
106 
500 
400 
235 



29 



143 

600 

12 

172 1 



1505 
7530 
3755 
2526 
2273 
1626 
1864 
1600 
1690 
1904 
2018 
1269 
1666 
2223 
2200 
2155 
1672 
2833 
1600 
2543 
750 
620 
717 
1856 
2400 
1587 
688 



$ 8983 $ 55075 



CHATTANOOGA 

1 Chatta. — Avondale 


1 1 

$ 9501 1$ 950 

67751 1 6775 


$ 










$ 


$ 950 


2 Centenary 


1395 








1395 


5380 


8 East Lake 19o6l 1 1900 








1900 


4 Highland Park 


4000 
1975 
440 
1600 
2125 


4000 

1975 






1 




4000 


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6 Lookout 




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440 
1600 
2125 
2450 
2900 
3300 
1650 
1625 
1275 


8 




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8 


432 


7 North Chattanooga 










1600 


8 Ridegdale 














2125 


9 Rossville _ 


24501 

2900 

3300 

1650 

1625 

12751 

420| 

1100 

825 

11251 

4501 

18601 

12221 _ 














2450 


10 St. Elmo 














2900 


11 Trinity 


660 

[ 


1 






660 


2640 


12 Whiteside St. 




1 


_ 


1650 


13 Dayton 


162 
31 




1 




162 
31 


1462 


14 Dunlap 










1243 


15 Etna 


420 














420 


16 Evensville _ 


1100 

825 

1125 

450 

1860 

1222 

1325 

1300 

200 

615 














1100 


17 Hixson 


28 










28 
225 


796 


18 Jasper 


225 










900 


19 Melvin _ _ 










450 


20 Pikeville 














1860 


21 Rising Fawn-Trenton 


117 

274 










117 


1104 


22 South Pittsburg Sta. | 1825| _ 










2741 1050 


23 Spring City 1300| 












1300 
160 


24 Wauhatchie _ 200 1 


40 




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40 


25 Wisdom Memorial 6151 


30 










301 585 


26 Whitwell 


1090 


1 


275 


10 













10 


265 



Total 1$ 444971 \$ 43682|$ 2982| i | | 1$ 2982|$ 40699 



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129 



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Amount Accepted by 

the Charge to Raise 

in Five Years 


Amount Paid by Every Charge 
Each Conference Year During 
5-Year Period of Special Effort 


Statement 

of the Account 

to Date 


CHARGE 


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2333 




$ 750 

2333 

395 

1375 


$ 






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$ 


$ 750 


2 Athens 


126 

13 

125 




1 1 


126 
13 
125 
132 
722 
100 


2206 


3 Athens Circuit 


3951 

13751 




1 1 


371 


4 Benton 







1249 


5 Charleston 


1560 
2916 
1000 


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15601 132 
2916 722 
1000 100 


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1427 


6 Cleveland Station 




1 1 


2193 


7 Concord 




1 1 


900 


8 Conosagee 








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900 

2100 

2235 

625 


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900 

2100 

2235 

625 






1 1 




1002 


10 Ducktown 






1 




900 


11 Etowah 






1 




2100 


12 Lenoir City 


200 




1 1 


200 


2035 


13 Louisville 








625 


14 Loudon 




1 


1 








1220 
2333 




1220 
2333 


272 
466 




1 1 


272 

466 

1 


947 


16 Maryville 




1 1 


1866 


17 Monroe Mission 


1 


1 




1 1 




18 Mt Vernon 


320 

899 

1750 







320 

899 

1750 

700 






1 1 




320 


19 Oakland and Venore 






1 1 




899 


20 Ooltewah 


127 
54 




1 


127 
54 


1622 


21 Peakland 


7001 

1229 

740 

575 

2916 , 




1 




646 


22 Philadelphia 


1229 










1229 


23 Riceville 


740 

575 

2916 














740 


24 South Cleveland 


101 
580 










ioi 

580 


474 


25 Sweetwater 










2336 














Total 1$ 298731 

1 1 


$ 298731$ 3022 

1 


1 1 1 


$ 3022 


$ 26851 


i 1 






KNOXVILLE 


1 

1 
$ 950 S 


$ 950 


$ 










$ 


$ 950 


2 Caryville 


900 


1 900 


9.E 










25 


875 


3 Clinton 


1 1 




1 






4 Coal Creek 


900 
973 


900 














900 
961 




2 


975 


14 






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14 


6 Cotula 














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1687 
1050 
700 
1125 
3375 


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1687 
1050 

700 
1125 
3500 

150 
3712 














1687 


8 Harriman Circuit 














1050 


9 Henry's Cross Roads 


120 
27 

700 
30 

74n 










120 
27 

700 
30 

740 
1125 


579 












1098 


11 Knoxville — Broad St. 






i 


2800 


12 Brookside | 150 










120 


13 Centenary 1 3712 




_ 






2972 


14 Church Street | 5625 


56251 1125 










4500 


15 Clyde Street 450 


450 

570 

1350 

1350 

2812 

2250 

900 

3375 

7^0 

225 

450 

909?, 












450 


16 East Hill Avenue 


570 
1350 
1350 
2812 
2250 

900 


114 
155 
378 
562 
138 
66 
517 






_ _._ 1 


114 


456 


17 Emerald Avenue 




1 1 


1551 1195 


18 Epworth 




1 


3781 972 


19 Fountain City 






5621 2249 


20 Lincoln Park 




1 


1381 2112 


21 Macedonia 




1 1 


661 833 


22 Magnolia 


3375 

790 

225 

450| 




1 1 


5171 2857 


23 Perry's Chapel 




f 1 




790 








1 1 




225 


25 University 










450 


26 Virginia 


20251 


11 
213 






11 


2014 


27 Washington Pike 


1650 


1 1650 

1 450 




1 1 


2131 1436 


28 West Lonsdale 


450 

2025 

405 

984 

1 




1 




450 

2025 

405 

r 974 


29 LaFollette 


1 2025 

i 405 

1 984 

1 










30 Petros 






1 1 




31 Powell Station 


10 

1 75 

369 




1 1 


10 


32 Rockwood 




1 1 


751 


33 Sevierville 


1350 
4Kn 


6501 2000 
1 4?;n 




1 1 


3691 1631 






1 ""Z_| 




450 
1115 


35 Strawberry Plains __| 1131| | 1131 


1 16 




1 1 


16 


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1 1 


$ 54071$ 41583 




1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 1 1 







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STTPE 


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rE ENDOWMENT 




Amount Accepted by 

the Charge to Raise 

in Five Years 


Amount Paid by Every Charge 
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5-Year Period of Special Effort 


Statement 

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1 Afton 


$ 1000 
1500 


$ 442 


$ 1442 

1500 

700 

500 

2850 

678 

2200 

1300 

1750 

3500 

445 

800 

1010 

3500 

1400 

1220 

1750 


$ 15 
300 


1 

1 






$ 15 
300 


$ 1426 


2 Bull's Gap 






___ 




1200 


3 East Park 


800| 

500| 

27331 117 




1 




700 


4 Embreeville 






1 






500 


5 Erwln 


281 










281 


2569 




678 
2200 
1300 
1750 
3500 

445 

800 
1010 
3500 
1345 
1220 
1750 

582 






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678 














2200 














1300 




104 
543 










104 
543 


1645 












2956 


11 Johnson City Circuit 








445 


12 Jonesboro 


8 
192 
700 
107 
44 
215 








8 
192 
700 
107 


791 


13 Limestone 








817 


14 Morristown 


1 






2800 


15 Morristown Circuit 


1 






1293 










44 
215 

14 
100 


1176 










1534 


18 Parrottsville 


582 14 








567 


19 Rogersville _ 1335 


1500 
100 
1500 
1120 
1300 
450 
1400 


100 
20 
37 

113 








1400 


20 Sneedville 


100 
1500 
1120 
1300 

K1H 








20 

37 

113 


80 


21 Surgoinsville 








1462 


22 Tate and Rutledge 








1006 


23 Tazewell 








1300 


24 Tazewell Circuit 












450 


25 White Pine | 1400 




1 1 






1400 












Total 


$ 33883 


$ 7791$ 34497 
1 


$ 2797 








$ 2797 


$ 31699 












RADFORD 


$ 2150 

1400 

1040 

400 


$ 

:::::: 

— 


$ 2150 
1400 
1040 

400 
1675 
2917 

630 
1375 

600 
1750 

350 
1400 
2333 
1100 

590 

850 
1750 
4200 
1866 


$ 88 










$ 88 


$ 2062 


2 Aubern 










1400 


3 Bland 


81 

30 

225 

583 

25 










81 

30 

225 

583 


958 


4 Draper 










370 


5 Dublin 


1675 
9917 










1450 


6 East Radford 






1 


2333 


7 East River 1 630 






1 


25 


605 




1375 
600 

1750 
350 

i4nn 






1 


1375 


9 Floyd 

10 Hiawatha _ 


80 
10 










80 


519 










10 


1740 


11 Hylton 










350 


12 Lead Mines _ 




1 








1400 


13 Matoaka ] 2333 










1 


2333 


14 Mechanicsburg 11001 


60 










60 


1040 


15 Mercer & Summers 


590| 

850| 

1750 

4150 50 
1866 










590 


16 New River _ 


50 










50 


800 


17 Pearisburg 










1750 


18 Princeton 


982 

58 
550 
185 










982 

58 

550 

185 


3217 


19 Princeton Circuit 










1807 


20 Pulaski 


27331 171 2750 

925 925 

537 537 

11661 1 1166 










2200 


21 Radford __ 










740 


22 Spanishburg 










537 


23 Staffordsville 


1741 







1 174 


992 


Total IS 33687 IS fiTlSR 83754 


$ 3183 










$ 3183IS 30570 






\ 

















HOLSTON ANNUAL 



131 



STATISTICAL TABLE No. 4 — SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT 





Amount Accepted by 

the Charge to Raise 

in Five Years 


Amount Paid by Every Charge 
Each Conference Year During 
5-Year Period of Special Effort 


Statement 

of the Account 

to Date 


CHARGE 


0) 

111 


0) 5 a; 

311 

3 0) 01 


III 

Its 


3 ^ 

§ fl rt 

C o IJ 


2 ^ 

P-l w^ 

§ C 03 

ti O QJ 


§ C CS 


C O 'U 


'3 00 

c o « 


ll 


3 

OjfL, 

o 

Is 


1 1 
TAZEWELL | 1 
1 1 
1 Belfast Circuit IS 815IS IS 815 


1 

S 14 


1 

1 






$ 14 
146 


$ 801 




15821 1 15821 146 

1 1 1 


1 1 




1435 


3 Buchanan and Drill 










4 Castlewood 


800| 1 800 

14691 31 1500 


1 






800 


5 Cedar Bluff _ 


25 




1 




25 


1474 


6 Clinchfield _ III 




1 






7 Clintwood _ _ _ 


700| 1 700 


1 


1 




[ 700 


8 Dante and Wilder 


1955| 


1955 
1183 
1582 
1500 
2712 
1699 
1130 
1759 
2260 

825 
2260 

330 
2240 
1356 
1695 
1695 


1 1 1 


1 


1955 


9 Dickensonville 


1183 
1582 
1500 
2712 
1699 
1130 
1759 
2260 

825 
2260 

330 
2240 
1356 
1695 
1695 
2825 
11K0 




:::::: 


18 


1 1 




18 


1164 


10 Elk Garden _ 




1 1 




1582 


11 Fremont & McClure 


122 
545 


1 1 _ __ 




122 
545 


1378 


12 Graham Station _ 








2167 


13 Graham Circuit 








1699 


14 Grundy 








1 


1130 


15 Honaker 


149 
133 








149 
133 


1609 






1 _ 




2127 


17 Maxwell 


_ 


1 1 




825 


18 Pocahontas 


452 


1 1 




452 


1808 


19 Richlands Circuit 










330 














2240 


21 Rocky Gap 












1356 


22 Saint Paul 


213 
126 

654 

86 

$ 2687 










213 
126 

654 

86 

$ 2687 


1481 


23 Tazewell Circuit 










1568 


24 Tazewell — Main St. 


1 2825 

1 1150 

S 31 S SHRKS 




1 




2170 


25 West Graham 




1 


1063 


Total 1$ 35522 




1 


S 32865 


1 r i 


1 1 1 




WYTHEVILLE 
1 Blue Ridge 


$ 610 

1390 

1750 

450 


$ 


$ 610 
1390 
1750 


% 74 










$ 74 


$ 535 


2 Cedar Springs 




1 




1390 


3 Chilhowie 


443 




1 




443 


1306 




450 






1 




450 




1380] 

14001 100 

13831 

20001 

8201 

550| 

13901 

27331 

15001 

17501 

21001 

1283 

11661 

21001 

1750! 1 


1380 
1500 
1383 
2000 
820 
550 
1390 
2733 
1500 
1750 


108 








108 


1272 


6 Elk Creek 








1500 


7 Fries 


145| 








145 

178 

48 

14 


1237 


8 Galax _ _ | 


178 
48 
14 








1821 


9 Grant _ _ 




1 






772 


10 Hillsville 




1 




_ 
1 


535 


11 Independence 










1390 


12 Marion Station 


4001 
llOj 
350| 

1 








1 


400 
110 
350 


2333 


13 Marion Circuit 










1389 






1 






1400 


15 Rural Rereat 


2100 
12831 




1 




1 


2100 


16 Rural Rereat Circuit 


9011 




1 




1 


2011 


1081 


17 Spring Valley 


11661 2231 
21001 420 1 
17501 23! 




1 






223! 942 


18 Wytheville Station 




1 






420! 1680 


19 Wytheville Circuit __ 


I 


— 1 




1 


23! 1726 


Total __ S 27Kn5lS 100 


$ 27605IS 5^7401 


1 


1 1 


1 


% 2740IS 24864 


1 


I 


1 


1 


1 


I 


1 1 


1 







132 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



STATISTICAL TABLE No. 4 - 


-RECAPITULATION 








Amount Accepted by 

the Charge to Raise 

in Five Years 


Amount Paid by Every Charge 
Each Conference Year During 
5-Year Period of Special Effort 


Statement 

of the Account 

to Date 


DISTRICT 


0) 

Jil 


lis 

m 
ill 


52 

O ri a 


C o 0) 


:2 "» 


lis 


'2 t- 
els 


-O 00 

ill 

Hi 


o rt 
o'rt 


go, 
^2 


1 Abingdon IS 31538 


$ 6230 

892 

5683 

""777 

779 

67 

31 

100 


$ 37768 
40792 
64059 
43682 
29873 
46916 
34497 
33754 
35553 
27605 


$ 5375 
3243 
8983 
2982 
3022 
5407 
2797 
3183 
2687 
2740 










$ 5375 
3243 
8983 
2982 
3022 
5407 
2797 
3183 
2687 
2740 


$ 32392 


2 Big Stone Gap 


40650 
58376 
44497 
29873 
44789 
33883 
33687 
35522 
27505 








37548 


3 Bluefield 










55075 












40699 


5 Cleveland 










26850 


6 Knoxville 










41508 


7 Morristown 










31699 


8 Radford _ 










30570 


9 Tazewell 










32865 


10 Wytheville 










24864 














Total 


$380320 


$14559 


$394499I<R40423 










$ 40423 


$354075 



















HOLSTON ANNUAL 



133 



CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF MEMBERS, 1924 

Clerical Members in the order of their admission into full connection. The year of admiission 
on trial and the year of ordination as Elder are also shown. 



Name 



c 
s o 



Name 



Levi K. Haynes 

J. Tyler Frazier 

Kennerly C. Atkins 

Daniel H. Carr 

Lemuel L. H. Carlock 

William D. Mitchell 

Thomas R. Handy 

William R. Barnett 

Stephen T. M. McPherson 

William H. Price 

Daniel S. Hearon 

James I. Cash 

Charles M. James 

James A. Lyons 

John M. Crowe 

John W. Carnes 

Robert A. Owen 

George A. Maiden 

George W. Summers 

Richard A. Kelly 

John E. Naff 

Lemuel M. Cartright 

Stephen S. Catron 

Henry C. Clemens 

Robert T. McDowell 

Thomas C. Schuler 

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 

William S. Neighbors 

Joseph E. Lowry 

Samuel D. Long 

45| Thomas J. Eskridge 

461 Isaac P. Martin 

47 1 Isaac N. Munsey. 



Elbert L. Addington . 

Charles R. Brown 

Tyler D. Strader 

William E. Bailey 

William I. Fogleman 

John M. Romans 

John M. Paxton 

Martin P. Carico 

George M. Moreland- 

David P. Hurley 

John W. Perry 

J. Stewart French 

Pharaoh L. Cobb 

Joseph A. Baylor 

John D. Dame 

Elbert N. Woodward 

Charles E. Steele 

Michael J. Wysor 

James E. Spring 



1861 
1865 
1867 
1867 
1868 
1868 
1869 
1871 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1873 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1877 
1877 
1878 
1880 
1881 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1886 
1886 
1886 
1885 
1886 
1883 
1885 
1887 
1887 
1886 
1886 
1887 
1888 



1889 
1889 
1888 



1890 
1890 
1888 
1889 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1892 
1892 
1893 
1892 
1893 
1890 
1891 
1893 
1894 
18931 



1863 
1867 
1869 
1869 
1870 
1870 
1871 
1873 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1875 
1877 
1877 
1878 
1878 
1879 
1879 
1879 
1880 
1882 
1884 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1889 
1889 
1891 
1889 
1889 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1894 
1894 
1895 
1901 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 



1865 
1870 
1873 
1871 
1872 
1874 

1876 
1876 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1879 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1881 
1882 
1881 
1882 
1886 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1889 

1890 
1890 
1890 
1894 
1890 
1890 
1894 
1891 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1891 
1893 

1893 
1893 
1893 

1904 
1894 
1895 
1894 

1895 
1895 
1895 
1896 
1892 
1897 
1904 
1897 
1900 
1897 
1897 



|1896|1899 
1896 1898 



89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106i 

107 

108 

109 

110 

111 

112 

113 

114 

115 

116 

117 

118 

119 

120 

121 

1221 

1231 

1241 

1251 

126| 

1271 

1281 

1291 

1301 

1311 

1321 



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 H. Troy 

Gasper A. Garner 

Joseph E. Wolfe 

John A. Early 

William C. Hicks 

John B. Frazier 

Edward A. Shugart 

Hugh S. Johnston 

John F. Jones 

Caughey A. Beard 

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 

Samuel V. Morell 

James F. Barnett 

John W. Helvey 

J. Rutledge King 

Wiley M. Ellis 

Richard C. Camper 

Elbert H. Cole 

William S. Lyons 

William M. Patty 

Lewis W. Pierce 

Thomas J. Houts 

Andrew M. Quails 

David F. Wyrick 

Lorenzo D. Yost 

James C. Logan 

Leonard J. Williams 

Walter S. Hendricks 

George S. Wagner 

Sanders S. Boyer 

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 S. Thorn 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1890 
1889 
1894 
1895 
1895 
1895 



1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1897 
1897 
1897 



|1894|1897 
1896|1898 



1896 
1894 
1890 
1896 
1897 
1895 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1899 
1900 



1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1903 



1903 
1905 
1905 
1904 
1904 
1905 



1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1899 
1899 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1902 
1901 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1904 
1904 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 



1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 



1905I190'; 
1906 190J 



1906 
1900 
1904 



1908 
1908 
1908 



1898 
1898 
1898 
1910 
1898 
1898 
1899 
1899 
1899 

1907 
1903 
1900 

1901 
1900 
1902 
1903 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1903 
1903 
1905 
1904 



1905 
1906 
1905 
1909 
1906 
1906 
1911 
1907 
1908 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1909 
1908 
1908 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1908 
1908 



1914 
1909 
1909 
1913 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1916 



134 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



CHRONOLOGICAL EOLL OF MEMBERS— (Continued) 



Name 





c 




o 


















H 




c 


3 o 


o 


foO 



Name 





c 




o 






rt 








^ 




H 


_ c 






c 


3 O 


O 


ho 



1909 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1906 



James A. L. Perkins 11887 

John S. Henley 11907 

Samuel A. McCanless 11907 

Arthur B. Moore 11905 

Charles A. Pangle |1906 

William N. Wagner 

William N. Briggs 11898 

George T. Jordan |1896 

Harry S. Hutsell |1896 

William C. Thompson [1897 

Roy E. Early |1907 

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 (bj 

Frank R. Snavely (e) 

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) 

Graydon K. Patty 

Rufus G. Reynolds 

Luther S. Reynolds 

Enoch L. McConnell 

Bascom Waters 

Hugh E. Kelso 

Marion Quessenberry 

William L. Dykes 

James H. Watkins 

Onnie C. Wright 

Joseph A. Henderson 

Samuel C. Beard 

Jesse W. Morris 

James H. Lotspeich 

Richard W. Watts 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1910 



Robert N. Havens 

Emanuel H. Yankee (e) 

James M. Wysor 

John G. Helvey 

Robert E. Greer 

Bradley T. Sells 

Lorenzo D. Mayberry 

Zenas B. Randall 

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 



1912 



1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1910 
1913 
1914 



1915 
1915 
1914 
1915 
1912 



1889|1894 
1909|1911 



1909 
1909 
1909 

1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1913 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1913 
1911 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



1913 
1913 
1913 
1913 
1913 
1913 
1913 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 



1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 



1917 
1917 
1917 
1917 
1917 



1912 
1911 
1912 

1913 
1912 
1915 
1912 
1916 



1916 
1915 
1914 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1913 



1914 
1915 
1914 
1914 
1916 
1914 



1915 
1915 
1915 
1924 
1919 
1915 
1916 
1916 

1918 
1916 
1916 
1917 
1917 
1917 
1917 
1917 



1918 
1918 
1918 
1919 
1918 
1918 
1919 
1918 
1918 



1919 
1919 
1919 



198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
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 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 
259 
260 
261 
262 



Robert L. Evans 

Josephus Henby (b) 

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* 

William M. Bunts 

David B. Wright 

Patrick P. Tabor 

Henry A. Carlton 

Floyd B. Shelton 

Henry L. Dean 

George E. Erwin 

Roy T. Houts 

Yemmons W. Brooks 

Louis E. Hoppe (e) 

Charles G. Eastwood 

John T. Booth 

William A. McCormack _. 

Wiley D. Larrowe 

Jordon W. Carter** 

Bruce N. Waterhouse 

Thomas H. Gilbert* 

W. A. McKee* 

John Baptist Staley 

Noah Haines Giesler 

William Lassiter Tate 

B. C. Wilson* 

Thomas H. Francisco (e) . 

J. H. Kern 

Patrick H. Horner 

W. Bruce Peck 

David M. Graybeal 

Samuel L. Jones 

Thomas M. Bellamy 

Charles Lee Cox 

William K. Cregger 

Onessus H. Logan 

Richard Lee Parks 

David B. Baker 

Sidney O. Fry 

Allen H. Mathes 

Robert L. Wright 

Harry B. Duncan 

Charles M. Fisher 

Taylor N. Orr 

Frank B. Wyatt 

John C. Clark 

John W. Hammer 

Walter M. Dean 

Millard C. Weikel 

William F. Blackard* 

J. M. Putnam* 

E. R. Naylor* 

L. L. Evans* 

Percy R. Knickerbocker* . 

F. M. Buhrman* 

Edward R. Chambers (h). 



1914 1917 1918 



1916 
1916 
1914 
1914 
1916 
1917 



1916 
1916 
1916 
1915 
1915 



1919 



1917 
1915 



1920 
1920 



1921 
1921 



1922 
1922 



1921 
1921 
1922 
1922 
1922 



1918 
1918 
1918 
1918 
1918 
1919 



1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 



1922 
1922 
1922 



1923 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 



1922 
1920 
1924 
1920 
1920 
1924 
1920 



1922 
1922 
1918 
1922 

1920 
1922 



1924 
1924 
1924 



* 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. 

(h) From the Canadian Methodist Church. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 
CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1924-1925 



135 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


1 Addington, E. L.* 


Radford, Va. 


Conference Evangelist 


2 Alexander, F.* 


Bristol, Va. 


Superannuate 


3 Atkins. K. C* 


Fountain City, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


4 Austin, S. H.* 


Maybeury, W. Va. 


Maybeury 


5 Bailey, W. E.* 


Damascus, Va. 


Damascus 


6 Baker, D. B 


Riceville, Tenn. 


Riceville 


7 Ballard, R. H.* 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Student Emory University 


8 Barnett, J. F.* 


Rural Retreat, Va 


Rural Retreat 


9 Barnett, W. R.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


10 Baylor, J. A.* 


Bluefield, W. Va 


Bluefield District 


11 Bays, J. A.* 


Bluefield. W. Va 


Bland Street 


12 Beard C A. 


Athens Tenn 


Supernumerary 


13 Beard, S. C* 


Broadford, Va. 


Broadford Circuit 


14 Belchee, W. B 


Bluefield, W. Va 


Conference Evangelist 


15 Bellamy, T. M.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Macedonia 








17 Booth J T.*_ 






18 Bourne S. W.* 


War, W. Va. 


War 


19 Boyer, S. S.* _ 


Bristol, Va 


S. S. Field Secretary 


20 Blackard, W. F 


Fountain City, Tenn 


Fountain City 


21 Bradshaw HE* 


Galax Va 


Blue Ridge 


22 Briggs, W. H 

23 Brooks, Y, W.* 




Wise, Va. 


Wise 


24 Brown, C. R.* - 


Tazewell, Va 




25 Brown, H. B.* 


Marion, Va. 


Marion 


26 Brown J R * 


Maryville Tenn 


Maryville 
Wilcoe 


27 Browning J "W * 


Wilcoe W Va 


28 Browning, S. L.* 

29 Browning, W. E 


Knoxville Tenn 


Virginia Avenue 
Jefferson City 


Jefferson City, Tenn. 


30 Bunts W M * 


Norton Va 


Norton 


31 Buhrman, F. M.* 


Ceres, Va. _ __ _ 


Ceres Circuit 


32 Burriss L M.* 


Cripple Creek Va. 


Cripple Creek 


33 Burrow J A * 


Nashville Tenn 


Editor Methodist Advocate 


34 Camper, R. C* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Whiteside Street 


35 Carbaugh, W. R.* 


Clinchport, Va. 


Clinchport 


36 Carico, M. P 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Munsey Memorial 


37 Carlock, L. L. H 


Bristol, Va. 


Superannuate 


38 Carlton H A. 


Coeburn Va - 


Coeburn 


39 earner, G. A.* 


Petros, Tenn., R. F. D 


Superannuate 


40 Carnes J W.* 


Fountain City Tenn. 


Superannuate 


41 Carr, D. H.* 


Bluefield, W. Va 


Superannuate 


42 Carter J M.* 


Bluefield, W. Va. 


Trinity 


43 Carter J. W. 






44 Cartright, L. M.* 


Spring City. Tenn. 


Spring City 


45 Cartright, N. R 


Saltville, Va 


Saltville 


46 Cash, J. I.* 






47 Cassidy, E. H.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Asst. Sec. Centenary Mvmt. 


48 Catron, S. S.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


49 Chambers, E. R 


Warsaw, Poland 


Missionary to Poland 


50 Clark, J. C 


Kingsport, Tenn. 


Kingsport Circuit 


51 Clemens, H. C 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


52 Cobb, P. L.* 


Nashville, Tenn. 


Area Missionary Secretary 


53 Cole, E. H.* _ 


Bluefield, Va. 


West Graham 


54 Cox, C. L 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Epworth 


55 Cox, K. W.* 


Pennington Gap, Va. 


Pennington Gap 


56 Cregger, W. K.* 


Dallas, Texas _ 


Student So. Meth. Univ. 


57 Crowe, J M.* 


Wytheville, Va 


Wytheville 


58 Dame, J. D.* 


New River Depot. Va. 


New River 


59 Dean, C. W.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn. _ 


Sweetwater 


60 Dean, E. W.* _ 


Glade Spring, Va. 


Glade and Meadow View 


61 Dean. H. L.* 


Montcalm, W. Va 


Montcalm 


t Dean, W. M 


Belfast, Va. ___ 


Belfast 


62 Duncan, H. B 


Cleveland, Tenn. 


Cleveland 


63 Dykes, W. L.* 


Erwin, Tenn. _ 


Erwin Mission 


64 Early. J. A.* 


Gate City. Va 


Gate City Station 


65 Early, R. E ^_ 


Bluefield, Va. 


Graham Station 


66 Eastwood, C. G 


Greeneville. Tenn. 


Greeneville 


67 Eastwood, W. P.* 


Tazewell, Va. __ 


Tazewell 


68 Ellis, W. M.* 


Elk Creek. Va 


Elk Creek 


69 Ellison, J. A.* 


Bristol, Va. 


Mary Street 


70 Ely, J. B.* 


Bristol, Tenn. 


Anderson Street 


71 Erwin, G. E 


South Cleveland, Tenn 


South Cleveland 



•^Member of Brotherhood. 
t Through error too late to correct three names appear without numbers. The missing 
numbers make chronological and alphabetical rolls balance 



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Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


72 Eskridge, T. J.* 


Big Stone Gap, Va 


Big Stone Gap District 


73 Evans, L. L.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Centenary 


74 Evans, R. L. 


Northfork, W. Va. 


Northfork 


75 Evans, W. T 


Philadelphia, Tenn. 


Philadelphia Circuit 


76 Farmer, W. D.* 


Tyner, Tenn. 


Tyner and Graysville 


77 Fog-leman, W. I.* 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


78 Fisher, C. M 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Emerald Avenue 


79 Fox, G. W.* 


Gate City, Va 


Gate City Circuit 


80 Francisco, T. H 


Eckman, W. Va 


Eckman 


81 Frazier, J. B.* 


Norfolk, Va. 


U. S. Navy Chaplain 


82 Frazier, J. T 


Chilhowie, Va. 


Superannuate 


83 French, J. S.* 


Bristol, Tenn. 


State Street 


84 Fry, S. O.* 


Cumberland Gap, Tenn 


Cumberland 


85 Gannaway, G. 


Dayton, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


86 Gibson, S. V.* 


Kodak, Tenn. 


Henry's Cross Roads 


87 Giesler, N. H.* 


Tazewell, Tenn. 


Tazewell 


88 Gilbert, T. H. 


Coal Creek, Tenn. 


Coal Creek 


89 Gray, C. T 


Rockwood, Tenn. 


Rockwood 


90 Graybeal, D. M 


Clinchburg, Va. 


Keywood 


91 Greer, R. E.* 


East Chattanooga 


King Memorial 


92 Hall, J. v.* 


Chilhowie, Va. 


Chilhowie 


93 Hamilton. H. S 


Jonesboro, Tenn. 


Jonesboro 


t Hammer, J. W. 


Limestone, Tenn. 


Limestone 


94 Handy, T. R.* 


Waugh, Ala. 


Superannuate 


95 Harris, W. C.* 


Wilder, Va. 


Wilder and Carbo 


96 Harrison, W. H.* 


Newport, Tenn. 


Newport 


98 Havens. R. N.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Trinity 


98 Haynes, L. K 


Emory, Va. 


Superannuate 


99 Hearon, D. S.* 


Bristol, Va. 


Superannuate 


100 Helvey. J. G.* 


Lebanon, Va. 


Lebanon 


101 Helvey, J. W.* 


Emory, Va. 


Supernumerary 


102 Henby, Josephus 


Embreeville, Tenn. 


Embreeville 


103 Henderson, J. A.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


East Lake 


104 Hendricks. W. S 


Tazewell, Va. 


Tazewell District 


105 Henley, J. S.* 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


106 Hicks, W. C 


Rural Retreat, Va 


Superannuate 


107 Hodge. Walter* 


Castlewood, Va. __ 


Castlewood and Dante 


108 Hoppe, L. E 


Gary, W. Va 


Gary 


109 Horner, P. H.* 


Riner, Va. 


Aubern 


110 Hounshell, C. G.* 


Nashville, Tenn. 


Candidate Sec. Bd. Missions 


111 Houts, R. T.* 


New Market, Tenn 


Conference Evangelist 


112 Houts, T. J.* 


North Chattanooga, Tenn 


Forest Avenue 


113 Hunter, A. B.* 


Cedar Springs, Va. 


Cedar Springs 


114 Hurley, D. P.* 


Pulaski, Va. 


Pulaski 


115 Hutsel, H. S.* 


Coalwood, W. Va 


Coalwood 


116 Jackson, F. Y.* 


Bluefield, W. Va 


Grace Church 


117 James, C. M 


Tellico Plains, Tenn 


Superannuate 


118 Johnston, H. S.* 


Tom's Creek, Va 


Tom's Creek 


119 Jones, C. R 


Dayton, Tenn. 


Dayton 


120 Jones, J. F.* 


Wytheville, Va. 


Wytheville Circuit 


121 Jones, J. N.* 


Tate, Tenn. 


Tate and Rutledge 


122 Jones, S. L 


Boissevain, Va. 


Bossevain and Cooper 


123 Jordon, G. T.* 


Jenkinjones, W. Va 


Jenkinjones 


124 Kahle, E. F.* 


Abingdon, Va. 


Sec. Children's Home Soc. 


125 Kelley, C. W.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Magnolia Avenue 


126 Kelly, R. A.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Ridgedale 


127 Kelso, H. E.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Broad Street 


128 Kennedy, C. N.* 


Charleston, Tenn. _ _ 


Charleston 


129 Kern, J. H.* 


Holden, Mo., R. 6 


Superannuate 


130 King, J. R.* 


Loudon, Tenn. 


Loudon 


131 Knickerbocker, P. R. . 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Church Street 


132 Larrowe, W. D.* 


Tazewell, Va. 


Tazewell Circuit 


133 Lee, B. W 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


134 Lewis, E. R.* 


Trenton, Ga. 


Rising Fawn and Trenton 


135 Logan, J. C.* 


Abingdon, Va. 


Abingdon Circuit 


136 Logan, O. H.* 


Bluefield, W. Va 


Graham Circuit 


137 Long, S. D.* 






138 Lotspeich, J. H.* 






139 Lowry, J. E.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn., R.F.D.__ 


Asso. Pres. Hiwassee Col. 


140 Lyons. J. A.* 


Glade Spring, Va. 


Superannuate 


141 Lyons, W. S.* 


Foster Falls, Va. 


Leadmines 


142 Lundy, C. E 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Washington Pike 



♦Member of Brotherhood, 
t Through error too late to correct three names appear without numbers. The missing 
numbers make chronological and alphabetical rolls balance — 262. 



I 



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Name 



143 Maiden, G. A.* 

144 Malone, J. W 

145 Maness, J. C 

146 Martin, I. P.* 

147 Martin, P. P.* 

148 Mathes, A. H.* 

149 Mayberry, L. D.*___ 

150 McCanless, S. A 

151 McConnell, E. L 

152 McCormack, W. A.* 

153 McDowell, R. T.*___ 

154 McGhee, S. A.* 

155 McKay, C. G 

156 McKee, W. A 

157 McPherson, S. T. M. 

158 Mitchell, W. D.* 

159 Moore, A. B.* 

160 Moreland, G. M.*— _ 

161 Morell, S. V.* 

162 Morrell, W. M.* 

163 Morriss, J. W 

164 Mullens, J. L.* 

165 Munsey, I. N.* 

166 Munsey, K. G.* 

167 Naff, J. E.* 

168 Naylor, E. R 

169 Neighbors, W. S.* __ 

170 Orr, J. C.* 

171 Orr, T. N.* 

172 Owen, R. A.* 

173 Painter, C. E.* 

174 Pangle, C. A.* 

175 Parks, R. L.* 

176 Patty, G. K.* 

177 Patty, J. C.* 

178 Patty, W. M.* 

179 Paxton, J. M.* 

180 Peck, W. B 

181 Perkins, J. A. L.* _. 

182 Perry, J. W.* 

183 Phenix, A. F.* 

184 Pierce, L. W.* 

185 Piatt, R. B., Jr.* __. 

186 Price, W. H.* 

187 Priddy, Thomas* __. 

188 Putnam, J. M.* 

189 Quails, A. M.* 

190 Quessenberry, M.* _- 

191 Randall, Z. B.* 

192 Repass, J. W.* 

193 Reynolds, L. S.*— . 

194 Reynolds, R. G.* 

195 Ritchey, E. M 

196 Romans, J. M 

197 Schuler, T. C* 

198 Scott, J. L 

199 Sells, B. T.* 

200 Shelton, F. B.* 

201 Shugart, E. A.* ___ 

202 Shuler, J. A. H.* __ 

203 Simpson, G. W 

204 Simpson, J. B.* ___ 

205 Smith, J. N.* 

206 Snavely, F. R.* 

207 Snider, W. R.* 

208 Spring, J. E.* 

209 Staley, J. B 

210 Standefer, R. M.* _ 

211 Steele, C. E.* 

212 Stewart, J. W.* — _ 

213 Stevenson, M. A.* _ 

214 Strader, T. D 



Post Office 



Abingdon, Va. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Rossville, Ga. 

Surgoinsville, Tenn. 

Dublin, Va. 

Jasper, Tenn. 

Grumpier, W. Va. 

Harriman, Tenn. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Johnson City, Tenn. 

Matoaka, W. Va. 

Tazewell, Va. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Radford, Va. 

Athens, W. Va 

Pikeville, Tenn. 

Mountain City, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Church Hill, Tenn 

LaFollette, Tenn. 

Fries, Va. 

Mechanicsburg, Va. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

Blountville, Tenn. 

Radford, Va. 

Marion, Va. 

Springton, W. Va 

Hillsville, Va. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Baltimore, Md., 647 N. Bend. 

Whitwell, Tenn. 

Drill, Va. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Princeton, W. Va 

Erwin, Tenn. 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Bristol, Va. 

Princeton, W. Va 

Dunlap, Tenn. 

Pound, Va. 

Princeton, W. Va 

Princeton, W. Va 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Newport, Tenn. 

Big Stone Gap, Va 

McDowell, W. Va. 

Marion, Va. 

Princeton, W. Va 

Bland, Va. 

Kimball, W. Va 

Pocahontas, Va. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Lenoir City, Tenn 

Jonesboro, Tenn. 

Eggleston, Va. 

Harriman, Tenn. 

Sevierville. Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rural Retreat, Va 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Clinton, Tenn. 

Elway, Va. 

Ewing, Va. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

East Radford, Va 



Appointment 



Superannuate 

Pres. Centenary College 

Superannuate 

Sec. Education Movement 

Rossville 

Surgoinsville 

Dublin 

Jasper 

Grumpier 

Harriman Station 

District Evangelist 

District Evangelist 

Matoaka 

North Tazewell 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Athens 

Pikeville 

Mountain City 

Highland Park 

Hawkins 

Jacksboro 

Fries 

Mechanicsburg 

Superannuate 

Prof, in E. & H. College 

Abingdon District 

Pastor and Professor 

Blountville Circuit 

Radford Circuit 

Marion Circuit 

Hiawatha 

Hillsville 

Lincoln Park 

Conference Evangelist 

Alcoa 

Superannuate 

Whitwell 

Drill 

Gen. Home Miss. Sec. 

East Princeton 

Erwin Station 

Cleveland District 

Superannuate 

General Evangelist 

Dunlap Circuit 

Coeburn Circuit 

Princeton Circuit 

Princeton 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Big Stone Gap 

McDowell 

Superannuate 

Radford District 

Bland 

Kimball 

Pocahontas 

Abingdon 

Lenoir City 

Superannuate 

Eggleston 

Harriman Circuit 

Sevierville 

Avondale 

Rural Retreat Circuit 

Virginia Avenue 

Clinton 

Elk Garden Circuit 

Ewing 

Kingsport 

Supei-annuate 



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Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


215 Stradley, C. L 


Honaker, Va. 


Honaker 


216 Summers, G. W 


Glade Spring, Va. 


Superannuate 


217 Tabor, P. P.* 


Powell's Station, Tenn 


Powell's Station 


218 Tate, W. L.* 


Louisville, Tenn. 


Louisville Circuit 


219 Thompson, W. C* 


St. Paul, Va 


St. Paul 


220 Thorn, A. S 


East Radford, Va. 


Grove Avenue 


221 Towe, A. H 


Draper, Va. 


Draper 


222 Triplett, R. K.* 


Athens, Tenn. 


Athens Station 


223 Troy, W. H.* 


Bluefield, Va. 


Superannuate 


224 Ulm, A. S.* 


Madisonville, Tenn. 


Madisonville Circuit 


225 Umberger, J. H.* 


Pearisburg, Va. 


Pearisburg Circuit 


226 Umberger, R. S.* 


Athens, W. Va 


Superannuate 


227 Vaught, H. B 


Etowah, Tenn. 


Etowah 


228 Vaught, S. B.* 


Morristown, Tenn. 


Morristown Station 


229 Wagner, G. S.* 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


230 Wagner, W. N.* 


Bluefield, W. Va 


Superannuate 


231 Walker J M 


Maryville Tenn 


District Evangelist 


232 Walker, N. F.* 


Wallace, Va. 


Bristol Circuit 


233 Walker, R. M.* 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


East Park 


234 Walker, W. H.* 


Clintwood, Va. 


Clintwood 


235 Wampler, French* 


Galax, Va. 


Galax 


236 Ward, J. B.* 


Keystone, W. Va 


Keystone 


237 Waterhouse, B. N.* 


Putnam, Va. 


Buchanan 


238 Waters, Bascom 


Clinton, Tenn. 


General Evangelist 


239 Watkins, J. H.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Conference Evangelist 


240 Watson, N. M.* 


Morristown, Tenn. 


Morristown District 


241 Watts, R. W.* 


Dungannon, Va. 


Dungannon 


t Weikel, M. C 


Rogersville, Tenn. 


Rogersville 


242 Wiley, E. E.* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Knoxville District 


243 Williams, L. J.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Superannuate 


244 Wilson, B. C* 


E. Chattanooga, Tenn., R. D. 


Ooltewah Circuit 


245 Wingo, C. K.* 


Wytheville, Va. 


Wytheville District 


246 Wolfe, J. E.* 


St. Elmo, Tenn 


St. Elmo 


247 Wolfe, T. R 


La Follette, Tenn 


La Follette 


248 Woodward, E. N.* 


Jonesville, Va. 


Junior Preacher 


249 Worley, E. D 


Welch, W. Va 


Welch 


250 Wright, C. H 


Independence, Va. 


Independence 


251 Wright, D. B.* 


Jonesville, Va. 


Jonesville 


252 Wright, 0. C* 


Cotula, Tenn. 


Cotula 


253 Wright, R. L.* 


South Pittsburg, Tenn 


South Pittsburg 


254 Wyatt, F. B 


Evensville, Tenn. 


Evensville 


255 Wyrick, D. F.* 


Mosheim, Tenn. 


Mosheim 


256 Wysor, J. M.* 


laeger, W. Va 


laeger 


257 Wysor, M. J.* 


Switchback, W. Va 


Superannuate 


258 Yankee, E. H 


Bramwell, W. Va 


Bramwell 


259 Yost, L. D.* 


Max Meadows. Va 


Max Meadows 



Through error too late to correct three names appear without numbers. The missing 
numbers make chronological and alphabetical rolls balance — 262. 



PREACHERS ON TRIAL 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


1 Akers. S. L 

2 Anderson, J. E.* 

3 Barbary, W. S 

4 Belcher, J. R 

5 Blessing, G. H 

6 Bratton, S. E 

7 Clark, 0. C 

8 Cregger, L E 

9 Dailey, A. N.* 

10 Davis, J. E.* 

11 Deakins, M. E.* 

12 Fry, E. G.* 

13 Graham J. C 

14 Hanna, W. I 

15 Hart, H. D 

16 Henderson, G. B 


Evanston, 111. 

Dallas, Texas 

Faraday, W. Va 

Welch, W. Va 

Ducktown, Tenn. 

Freemont, W. Va. 

Saltville, Va. 

Arno, Va. 

Hixson, Tenn. 

Bane, Va. 

Whiteside, Tenn. 

Grant, Va. 

Roda, Va. 

Berwind, W. Va 

Stonega, Va. 

Decatur, Tenn. 


Student at N. W. Univ. 

Student Sou. Meth. Univ, 

Faraday 

East Welch 

Ducktown 

Freemont and McClure 

Saltville Circuit 

Arno and Derby 

Hixson 

Staffordsville 

Etna Circuit 

Grant 

Roda 

Berwind 

Stonega 

Decatur 



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139 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


17 Hillman, C. A 


Dunbar, Va. 


Dunbar 


18 Holdway, H. G.* 


Concord, Tenn. 


Concord 


19 Kinchelo, M. S.* 


Bristol, Tenn. 


West Bristol 


20 Kite, E. R 


Benham, Va. 


Benham Circuit 


21 Mangum, H. W 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Perry Chapel and Holston- 


22 Miller. C. T 


Andover, Va. 


Andover and Inman 


23 Moore, W. T 


Charleston, Tenn., R. F. D. __ 


Benton Circuit 


24 Murrell, H. A 


Mercer, W. Va 


Mercer and Summers 


25 Osborne, R. L 


Bluff City, Tenn 


Bluff City Circuit 


26 Rudy, A. V 


Dickensonville, Va. 


Dickensonville 


27 Payne, S. L.* 


Twin Branch, W. Va 


Twin Branch 


28 Simpkins. W. H.* 


Imboden, Va. 


Imboden 


29 Spurlin, J. C* - 


Vonore, Tenn. _ 


Oakland and Vonore 


30 Stone, A. M.* 


East Stone Gap, Va. 


East Stone Gap 
Elizabethton 


31 Taylor, C. W.* 


Elizabethton, Tenn. 


32 Watkins, C. F 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


East Hill Avenue 


33 Weatherly, S. C* 


Strawberry Plains, Tenn. 


Strawberry Plains 


34 Weikle, A. E 


Cedar Bluff. Va 


Cedar Bluff 


35 White, W. A.* 


Peakland, Tenn. 


Peakland 


36 Williams, C. H 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Belvoir Park 



SUPPLIES 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


1 Allison H K. 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Wisdom Memorial 
Davy 


2 Bailey C C. - 


Davy, W. Va. 


3 Baker W N - - 


Spring Valley, Va. 


Spring Valley 
Roderfield 


4 Barnett, Orvan _ 


Roderfield, W. Va. 


5 Beets W M 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


University Avenue 
Stony Point 


6 Bell J M. 


Stony Point, Tenn. _ 


7 Blankenbeckler, E. Z 


Bull's Gap, Tenn 


Bull's Gap 


8 Buchanan. Arch 


Andersonville, Tenn. 


Andersonville 


9 Cannon, W. J 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Lookout Mountain 


10 Cheatam, W. H 


Evensville, Tenn. 


Junior Preacher 


11 Christian, J. W. 


Parrottsville, Tenn, 


Parrottsville 


12 Cline, C. R 


Tazewell. Tenn. 


Tazewell Circuit 


13 Couch, L. V 


Mt. Vernon, Tenn 


Mt. Vernon Circuit 


14 Dunn, S. M 


Fall Branch, Tenn. 


Fall Branch 


15 Farmer, R. G. 


Nicklesville, Va. _ 


Nicklesville 


16 Fisher, J. C 


Afton, Tenn. 


Afton 


17 Fogleman, J. E 


Glenalum, W. Va 


Glenalum 


18 Gilbreath, J. E 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Student Pastor 


19 Graham, J. E 


Grundy, Va. 


Grundy 


20 Graham, J. N 


Jonesville, Va. 


Powell's Valley 


21 Hanshew, H. L 


Rocky Gap, Va 


Rocky Gap Circuit 


22 Hundly. G. T 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


West View 


23 Jennings, S. M 


Jonesville, Va.. R. F. D 


Stickleyville 


24 Johnson, Pickens 


Bristol. Tenn. 


South Bristol 


25 Johnston, J. B 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Roseberry 


26 Leming, W. H 


Corryton, Tenn. 


Corryton 


27 Mayberry. Z. F 


Oakdale, W. Va 


East River 


28 Miller, W. R 


Coveton. Va. 


Coveton 


29 Mitchell, J. S 


White Pine, Tenn 


White Pine 


30 Norwood, W. L 


Sneedville, Tenn. 


Sneedville 


31 Provence, M, K 


Monroe, Tenn. 


Monroe Circuit 


32 Reynolds. J. H 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Brookside 


33 Roby, W. T 


Knoxville. Tenn. 


Clyde Street 


34 Ross. V. M 


Chatham Hill, Va 

Dickensonville, Va. 


Chatham Hill 


35 Shook, F. N 


Dickenson Circuit 


36 Spitzer, J. D. 


Kegley. W. Va 


Spanishburg 


37 Tabor, A. E 


Floyd, Va. 


Floyd 


38 Tollett. E. P 


Litton, Tenn. 


Melvin 


39 Tomlinson, A. M 


North Chattanooga. Tenn 


Wauhatchie 


40 Vernon, W. L 


Richlands, Va. 


Richlands Circuit 


41 Williams. W. R 


Etowah, Tenn. 


Athens Circuit 


42 Williams, C. W 


Morristown, Tenn. 


Morristown Mission 


43 Wilson, W. T 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


West Lonsdale 



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BOARDS AND COMMITTEES 



Admission— C. E. Steele, T. J. Houts, J. A. Early. 

Trial Committee on Admissions — P. P. Martin, O. C. Wright, S. C. Beard. 

First Year— J. F. Barnett, W. T. Evans, C. N. Kennedy. 

Second Year— J. A. Ellison, T. R. Wolfe, W. H. Harrison. 

Third Year— A. S. Thorn, R. W. Watts, R. L. Evans. 

Fourth Year— J. B. Ely, A. S. Ulm, S. L. Browning. 



BIBLE BOARD 



Austin, Rev. S. H., Maybeury, W. Va. 
Brooks, Rev. Y. W., Sec, Wise, Va. 
Browning, Rev. W. E., Tr., Jefferson City, Tenn. 
Cartright, Rev. N. R., Saltville, Va. 



Lyons, Rev. W. S., Foster Falls, Va. 
Mayberry, Rev. L. D., Dublin, Va. 
Quails, Rev. A. M., Coeburn, Va. 
Standefer, Rev. R. M., Clinton, Tenn. 



BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 



Barnett. J. H., East Radford, Va. 

Baylor, Rev. J. A., Bluefield, W. Va. 

Benton, Rev. J. F., Treas., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Brock, W. E., Pres., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Brown, Rev. H. B., Sec, Marion, Va. 

Early, Rev. R. E., Bluefield, Va. 

Farley, T. K., Eckman, W. Va. 

Foltz, G. T., Wytheville, Va. 

Keebler, E. H., Bristol. Va. 

Phenix, Rev. A. F., Princeton, W. Va. 



Quillin. C. M., Gate City, Va. 
Randall, Rev. Z. B., Princeton, W. Va. 
Reynolds, Rev. L. S., Newport, Tenn. 
Richardson, H. W., V.-Pres., LaFollette, Tenn. 
Spratt, W. B., Richlands, Va. 
Taylor, F. H., Morristown, Tenn. 
Thomas, H. M., Loudon, Tenn. 
Thompson, Rev. W. C, St. Paul, Va. 
Wright, Rev. D. B., Jonesville, Va. 
Yankee, Rev. E. H., Bramwell, W. Va. 



BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 



Burke, L. H., Bramwell, W. Va. 
Carter, Rev. J. W., Harriman, Tenn. 
Cobb, Rev. P. L., President, Nashville. 
Hounshell. Rev. C. G., Nashville. 
Hurt, F. F., Richlands. Va. 
Lea, J. D., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Moreland, Rev. G. M.. Pikeville, Tenn. 
Owen. Rev. R. A., Radford, Va. 
Potts, E. W., Abingdon, Va. 



Reynolds, Rev. R. G., Sec, Big Stone Gap, Va. 
Sanders, Frank, Chilhowie, Va. 
Shirley, Arthur. Knoxville, Tenn. 
Simpson, Rev. J. B., Eggleston, Va. 
Stuart, D. S., Cleveland. Tenn. 
Taylor, H. H., Yuma, Va. 
Thomas, W. G. M., Chattanooga. 
Woodward, Rev. E. N., Jonesville, Va. 
Wysor, Rev. J. M., laeger, W. Va. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 



Avent, Jos. E., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Barnett, Rev. J. F., Rural Retreat, Va. 
Brunner, Olie, Madisonville, Tenn. 
Carr, D. T.. Princeton, W. Va. 
Curtis, C. I., Abingdon, Va. 
Crowe, Rev. John M., Wytheville, Va. 
French, Rev. J. S., Bristol, Tenn. 
Hardwick, G. L., Cleveland, Tenn. 
Hillman, J. N., Emory, Va. 
Lambert, G. A., Rural Retreat, Va. 



Lowry, Rev. J. E., Madisonville, Tenn. 
Malone, Rev. J. W., Cleveland, Tenn. 
Martin, Rev. I. P., Abingdon, Va. 
Morrell, Rev. W. M., Chattanooga. 
Mullens, Rev. J. L., LaFollette, Tenn. 
Neighbors, Rev. W. S., Abingdon, Va. 
Peery, G. C, Tazewell, Va. 

Piatt, Rev. R. B., Jr., Sec. Sweetwater, Tenn. 
Stone, J. A., Bristol, Va. 
Weiss, F. A., Knoxville, Tenn. 



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BOARD OF FINANCE 



Addington, Rev. E. L., Pres., Radford, Va. 

Ballard, B. E., Bristol, Va. 

Carr, R. F., Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 

Hall, Rev. J. V., Chilhowie, Va. 

Thorn, Rev. A. S., East Radford, Va. 

Hunter, Rev. A. B., Sec, Cedar Springs, Va. 

Hurt, E. S.. St. Paul, Va. 

Jackson, M. H., Foster Falls, Va. 

Johnson, F. W., Chattanooga. 

Jones, Rev. J. F., Wytheville, Va. 



Kelly, Rufus, Kodak, Tenn. 
McGhee, Rev. S. A., Johnson City, Tenn. 
Robinson, Ernest, Max Meadows, Va. 
Rogers, R. M., Morristown, Tenn. 
Ritchie, Rev. E. M., McDowell, W. Va. 
Staley, J. H., Maryville, Tenn. 
Strader, G. S., Bluefield. W. Va. 
Triplett. Rev. R. K., Athens, Tenn. 
Walker, Rev. R. M., Johnson City, Tenn. 
Walker, Rev. W. H., Clintwood, Va. 



BOARD OF MISSIONS 



Bays, Rev. J. A., V.-Pres.. Bluefield, W. Va. 
Brown, Rev. J. R., Maryville, Tenn. 
Carter, Rev. J. M., Pres., Bluefield, W. Va. 
Delp, Dr. Guy, Treas., Rural Retreat, Va. 
Eastwood, Rev. W. P., Sec, Tazewell. Va. 
Ferguson, J. M., Erwln, Tenn. 
George, T. E., Broadford, Va. 
Gilmer, H. G., Norton, Va. 
Hall, R. T., Christiansburg, Va. 
Hardin, Dr. J. A., Sweetwater, Tenn. 



Hunter, O. J., Welch, W. Va. 

Kincaid, C. S., Clinton, Tenn. 

McKee, Rev. W. A., North Tazewell, Va. 

Rush, C. C, St. Paul, Va. 

Sells, Rev. B. T., Kimball, W. Va. 

Stevenson, Rev. A. M., Ass't Sec, Kingsport,Tenn. 

Thomas, L. M., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Wolfe, Rev. J. E., St. Elmo, Tenn. 

Vaught, Rev. S. B., Morristown, Tenn. 

Wampler, Rev. French, Galax, Va. 



EPWORTH LEAGUE BOARD 



Bailey, Rev. W. E., Damascus, Va. 
Barnett, K. H., East Radford, Va. 
Bates, C. F., Jr., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Bunts, Rev. W. M., Sec, Norton, Va. 
Carr, W. H., Bluefield, W. Va. 
Clark, Rev. J. C, Dungannon, Va. 
Cornett, Walter, Max Meadows, Va. 
Havens, Rev. R. N., Treas., Chattanooga. 
Jackson, Rev. F. Y., Bluefield, W. Va. 
Douthat, Clyde, Richlands, Va. 



Kirchner, H. E., Norton, Va. 

Larrowe, Rev. W. D., Tazewell, Va. 

Martin, Rev. P. P., Rossville, Ga. 

Metcalf, R. E., Graham, Va. 

Patty. Rev. G. K., V.-Pres., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Pedigo, P. W., Erwin, Tenn. 

Potts, H. F., Abingdon, Va. 

Tabor, Rev. P. P., Powell's Station, Tenn. 

Varnell, S. N., Cleveland, Tenn. 

Vaught, Rev. H. B., Pres., Etowah, Tenn. 



HOSPITAL BOARD 



Bratton, A. I., Princeton, W. Va. 
Eastwood, Rev. W. P., Tazewell, Va. 
Hardin, Dr. J. A. Sweetwater, Tenn. 
Johnson, F. W., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Kahle, Rev. E. F., Pres., Abingdon, Va. 



Reynolds, Rev. R. G., Big Stone Gap, Va. 
Sheeley, Lynn, Morristown, Tenn. 
Steele. Rev. C. E., Elway, Va. 
Udy, Fred., Sec-Treas., Bluefield, W. Va. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD 



Allen, W. E.. Bristol, Tenn. 
Arnold, J. W.. Morristown, Tenn. 
Boyer, Rev. S. S., Bristol, Va. 
Briggs, Rev. W. H., Appalachia, Va. 
Camper, Rev. R. C, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Carter, F. A., Sweetwater, Tenn. 
Counts, C. Q., Coeburn, Va. 
Kelso, Rev. H. E., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Hodge. Rev. Walter. Castlewood. Va. 
Holbert, J. F., Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Keesling, P. P., Rural Retreat, Va. 
King, Rev. J. R., Loudon, Tenn. 
Lazenby, R. E., Bluefield, W. Va. 
Orr, Rev. J. C, Vice-Pres., Emory, Va. 
Palmer, W. E., Childress, Va. 
Pierce, Rev. L. W., Erwin, Tenn. 
Quessenberry, Rev. M., Marion, Va. 
Settle, M. H., Honaker, Va. 
Tilley, J. O., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Worley, Rev. E. D., Sec, Welch, W. Va. 



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COMMISSION ON FINANCE 

Barnett, W. 0., Bristol, Tenn. Shelton, Rev. F. B., Sec, Pocahontas, Va. 

Brown, Rev. C. R., Tazewell, Va. Trollinger, H. L., Pulaski, Va. 

Holdam, J. V., Chattanooga, Tenn. Vaughn, T. C, Spring Valley, Va. 

Kelly. Rev. R. A., Chattanooga, Tenn. Baylor, Rev. J. A., Bluefield, W. Va. 

Laird, J. R., Bluefield, W. Va. Wolfe, Rev. T. R., LaFollette, Tenn. 



COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

Burriss, Rev. L. M., Cripple Creek, Va. Pangle, Rev. C. A., Springton, W. Va. 

Cole, Rev. E. H., Graham, Va. Priddy, Rev. Thomas, Princeton, W. Va. 

Fox, Rev. G. W., Gate City, Va. Walker, Rev. J. M., Maryville, Tenn. 

Helvey, Rev. J. G., Lebanon, Va. Yost, Rev. L. D., Matoaka, W. Va. 

Kelley, Rev. C. W., Knoxville, Tenn. Wright, Rev. C. H., Independence, Va. 



METHODIST ADVOCATE COMMISSION 

Bates, Col. Creed F., Chattanooga "J 
Watson, Rev. N. M., Morristown vHolston 
Wiley, Rev. E. E., Knoxville J 



Ragsdale, Rev. T. C, Nashville ^ 

Stewart, Rev. J. R., Nashville vTennessee 

Stratton, Taylor, Nashville 



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King, Thomas, Memphis 

Hood, Rev. R. W., Tiptonville, Tenn. ^ Memphis 

Pigue, Rev. R. H., Fulton, Ky. 



BISHOP HOSS MONUMENT COMMITTEE 

Dr. W. S. Neighbors, Dr. J. S. French, Dr. J. W. Perry, Mr. W. E. Brock, Mr. F. A. Carter. 



SAMUEL PATTON MONUMENT COMMITTEE 

Rev. James I. Cash, Rev. James A. Lyons, Rev. T. R. Handy. 



Chattanooga printing and Engraving Co. 
chattanooga, tennessee 



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INDEX 



Pago 

Appointments 42- 48 

Boards and Committees ---140-142 

Chronological Roll —133-134 

Conference Directory 135-139 

District Conferences, 1925 9 

District Lay Leaders 10 

Holston Epworth Leaguers. 10 

Holston Missionary Women. 10- 11 

Holston Orphanage 11 

Journal of Proceedings 12- 36 

Lay Delegates 9 

Local Preachers __„ 7- 8 

Memoirs — 78- 93 

Minute Questions 37- 42 

Our Sainted Dead— — 3- 6 

Reports : 

Bible Board - 68 

Bd. Christian Literature. 64- 65 
Bd. Church Extension — . 60- 61 



Page 

Bd. Education ^. - 50- 55 

Bd. Finance 69- 71 

Ed. Lay Activities 49- 50 

Bd. of Missions 55- 59 

Centennial Commission— 71- 75 
Chatta. Savings Bank — 65- 66 
Commission on Budget _, 59- 60 
District Conf. Records— 76- 77 
Epworth League Board— . 75- 76 

Hospital Board 61- 62 

Sabbath Observance — ^ 66- 67 

Sunday School Board 62- 6S 

Spiritual State of Church 67- 68 

Sessions of Conference 2- 3 

Statistical Tables. 
No. 1 — ^Membership, etc.- 94-104 
No. 2— Sun. Schools, etc.-105-115 

No. 3— Finances — «-116-126 

No. 4— Superan'te End.— 127-182 



EDITORIAL WORD 



The price of this Centennial Edition of the HOLSTON ANNUAL is 
50 cents per copy. It is doubtful if we shall come through solvent even at 
this price. Preachers should sell every copy, and order more. The edition 
is the largest in our history — 5,000 copies. As a souvenir of our one 
hundred years of existence, it can be kept through the time to come. 

JAMES A. BURROW, Secretary. 



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