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The 

YEAR BOOK 

of the 

CONGREGATIONAL 

CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

of the United States of America 

Combining Volume No. 66 

THE CONGREGATIONAL YEAR BOOK 

ant/ Volume No, 72 

The Christian Annual 
STATISTICS /orl943 



Issued by 

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

of the 

GENERAL COUNCIL 



Price, cloth $1.50; paper $1.00 



GENERAL COUNCIL OF THE 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 



Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

TABLE OF CONTENTS AND INDEX 



A PAGE 
A.B.C.F.M., See American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 

Advertisements 389-400 

Afro Christian Convention Statistics 258 

Alabama (White) Statistics 74-76 

Alabama (Colored) Statistics 77, 237 

Alaska Statistics 248 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 16, 17, 315-318 

American Congregational Association 26 

American Missionary Association Division of the Board of Home Missions 19, 20 

Andover Newton Theological School 29 

Annual Statistics of Churches 73-258 

Annuity Fund for Congregational Ministers 21 

Arizona Statistics 66 

Arkansas Statistics 175, 237 

Atlanta Theological Seminary Foundation 35 

B 

Bangor Theological Seminary 30 

Benevolence Contributions, Information for Church Treasurers 267 

Board of Home Missions 18-20 

Boston Seaman's Friend Society, Inc 27 

C 

California Northern Statistics 78-80 

California Southern Statistics 81-85 

Chaplains, Financial Report of National Committee 10 

Chaplains, Women's Committee For 9 

Chaplains in Active Service 272-274 

Chicago Theological Seminary 31 

Christian Board of Christian Education 11 

Christian Board of Missions 11 

Christian Education Division of the Board of Home Missions 19, 20 

Christian Executive Committee 11 

Christian Orphanage 36 

Christian Publishing Association Hi 36 

Chri.stian Standing Committee on Ministerial Relief 11 

Christian Summary 263 

Christian Women's Mission Board H 

Church Treasurers, Information for 267 

Church Workers, Paid 308-314 

Church Extension Division of the Board of Home Missions 18-20 

City Organizations 25 

Clerks 275-307 

Colleges oc 11 

Colorado Statistics 86-88 

Commission on Evangelism and Devotional Life. _ 8, 13 

Commission on Interchurch Relations and Christian Unity 8 

Commission on the Ministry 9 

Commission on Stewardship 8 

Commission, Theological 8 

Committee for War Victims and Services 9, 55 

Committee on Credentials 7 

Comparative Table by Conferences 260, 261 

Comparative Table by Years 262 

Conferences, Directory of State Officers 23, 24 

Congregational Christian Churches 5 

Congregational Board of Ministerial Relief ^^' q9 

Congregational Board of Pastoral Supply 36 

Congregational Church Building Society 20 

Congregational Clubs 38 

Congregational Education Society 20 

Congregational Home Missionary Society 20 

Congregational House, See American Congregational Association 

Congregational Library, See American Congregational Association 

Congregational Sunday School Extension Society qq q7 

Connecticut Statistics 719 

Corporation for the General Council c 00 

Council for Social Action °> 22 

D 

Debt of Honor Commission 21 

Delaware Statistics 00 o? 

Directorj', State Conference Officers 23, ^■i 



1943] Table of Contents and Index 3 

PAGE 

Distribution of Apportionment 261 

District of Columbia Statistics 166 

E 

Evangelical Protestant Conference Statistics 98 

Executive Committee, General Convention of the Christian Church 11 

Executive Committee, General Council 7 

Explanation of Schedules 73 

F 

Federal Council of Churches, Members 9 

Fellowship (Per Capita) Dues 268 

Financial Statement of the General Council 10 

Financial Statement of the National Council 10 

Florida Statistics 75, 76, 99, 100 

Franklinton Christian College, Board of Control 11 

Forms of Bequest 17, 19, 20 

G 

General Convention of Christian Church, Officers and Boards 11 

General Council, Corporation 7, 12 

General Council, Financial Statement 10 

General Council, Meetings 269 

General Council, Officers, Committees and Commissions 7-9 

General Council, Organization 6 

Georgia (White) Statistics 100, 101 

Georgia (Colored) Statistics 102 

German Conference, Summary 103 

Granger Homestead 36 

H 

Hartford Seminary Foundation 32 

Hawaii Statistics 104-107 

Home Missions, Board of 18-20 

Howard University School of Religion 35 

I 

Idaho Statistics 107, 248 

Illinois Statistics 108-116 

In Care of Association, Candidates for Ministry 330 

Indiana Statistics 98, 116-121 

Iowa Statistics 121-127 

J 

Junior Colleges and Academies 38 

K 

Kansas Statistics 127-130 

Kentucky Churches in Other Conferences 98, 214, 237 

Kentucky (North) Statistics 131 

Kentucky (South) — Tennessee Statistics 132 

L 

Laymen's Fellowship 19 

Licentiates 319-330 

Local Ministers 388 

Louisiana (White) Statistics 133 

Louisiana (Colored) Statistics 134 

M 

Maine Statistics 135-141 

Marj'land Statistics 166, 167, 222, 232 

Massachusetts Statistics 142-159 

Michigan Statistics 160-166 

Middle Atlantic Statistics 166-168 

Ministerial Relief Division of the Board of Home Missions 19, 20 

Ministers in Full Standing 331-387 

Ministers, Local with Limited Ordination 388 

Minnesota Statistics 169-173 

Missions Council , 14, 15 

Missionaries, A.B.C.F.M 315-318 

Mississippi (Colored) Statistics 77 

Missouri Statistics 121, 174, 175 

Montana Statistics 176, 177 

N 

National Committee for Army & Navy Chaplains 9 

National Council of the Congregational Churches 9 

National Council, Financial Statement 10 

National Council, Meetings 269 

Nebraska Statistics 87, 88, 129, 178-181, 230 



4 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

PAGE 

Necrology 39-54 

Nevada Statistics 80, 84 

New Hampshire Statistics 182-187 

New Jersey Statistics 167, 168, 258 

New Mexico Statistics 84 

New York Congregational Home for the Aged 36 

New York Statistics 168, 187-197, 258 

Nominating Committee 7 

North Carolina (White) Statistics 231-236 

North Carolina (Colored) Statistics 198-201 

North Dakota Statistics 202-205, 230 

O 

Oberlin Graduate School of Theology 33 

Officers, Committees and Commissions of the General Council 7-9 

Ohio Statistics 98, 120, 131, 206-215 

Oklahoma Statistics 215, 216, 239 

Ontario, Canada, Statistics 196, 197 

Ordinations 270, 271 

Oregon Statistics 217, 218 

P 

Pacific School of Religion 36 

Paid Church Workers 308-314 

Pastoral Supply, Congregational Board of 36 

Pastors not Members of Associations or Conferences 319-330 

Pennsylvania Statistics 98, 214, 219-222 

Per Capita Dues 268 

Pilgrim Memorial Fund 21 

Pilgrim Press Division of the Board of Home Missions 19 

Promotion and Missionary Education Division of the Board of Home Missions. ... 19 

Puerto Rico Statistics 223 

R 

Receipts and Disbursements, National Societies & States & City Societies 264, 265 

Retirement Fund for Lay Workers 21 

Rhode Island Statistics 224, 225 

S 

Schauffler College of Religious and Social Work 28 

Social Action, Council for 8, 22 

South Carolina (White) Statistics 101 

South Carolina (Colored) Statistics 102 

South Dakota Statistics 226-230 

Southern Convention Statistics 231-236 

Southwest Statistics, See California Southern 

State Conference Directory 23, 24 

Summary of Churches by States, 1620-1860 259 

Summary, German Conference 103 

Summary I, Comparative Table by Conferences 260, 261 

Summary II, Comparative Table by Years 262 

Supplementary Summary 263 

T 

Tennessee (White) Statistics 132 

Tennessee (Colored) Statistics 237 

Texas (White) Statistics 85,216,238 

Texas and Oklahoma (Colored) Statistics 239 

Theological Seminaries 29-36 

Theological Commission 8 

U 

Unit Plan Committee 21 

Unit Plan, Financial Report by States 266 

Utah Statistics 240 

V 

Vermont Statistics 241-246 

Virginia (White) Statistics 168, 232-236 

Virginia (Colored) Statistics 247 

W 

War Victims and Services, Committee for 9 

War Victims and Services, Financial Report, by States 55-72 

Washington Statistics 248-251 

West Virginia Statistics 214-235 

Wisconsin Statistics 252-257 

Women's Committee for Chaplain.* 9 

Women's Home Missionary Federation 20 

Wyoming Statistics 88. 257. 258 

Y 

Yale University Divinity School 34 

Yankton College School of Theology 35 



1943] General Council 5 

THE CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

Form — Congregational Christian Churches are bodies of self-governing Christian believers organ- 
ized on a democratic basis in close association with a great body of similar churches throughout the world, 
covenanting together for worship, work, and fellowship. 

Origin — Congregationalism has been implicit in Christianity from the beginning, but did not emerge 
in its present corporate form until in England, in the sixteenth century, the pressure of state control of 
religious worship forced into separate existence that part of the Church in which Congregational principles 
were cherished. 

The Christian Churches originated spontaneously in several parts of the United States in the latter 
part of the eighteenth century. In each instance: the movement was directed toward freedom from excessive 
ecclesiastical authority over local churches and ministers. 

Principles — The Congregational Churches are characterized by their faith in God, their fellowship 

in Christ, and their freedom in the Spirit. 

Practice — Acknowledging Christ as the only authoritative head of the Church, Congregational 
Christian Churches exalt nothing trivial or sectarian, repudiate dogmatism and all legislative control of 
the spiritual Ufe, regard a living Christian faith as the only prerequisite for church membership, and seek 
to develop in the church educational efficiency, evangelistic zeal, and unselfish devotion to the extension 
of the Kingdom of God. 

Actiievements — Congregationalism sailed to America in the Mayflower as the church of the Pilgrim 
Fathers. Settling first at Plymouth, then later fusing with the Puritan colonists that followed them, these 
founders of Congregationalism spread over New England, and through their democratic ideals laid the 
foundations for the free church, the free state, the free school, and the free social life of our country. The 
Congregational Churches have been the pioneer Protestant churches of our nation in the promotion of 
education, missions, evangelism, and in most movements for Christian union, religious progress, and social 
reform. 

While the Christian Church originated later, and while its numbers and resources have not been so 
large, its ideals and principles have been identical with those of the Congregational Churches. 

The Local Church — The local church is self-administering and is the final arbiter of all questions 
relating to its own life. 

The Association — A church is recognized denominationally by securing membership in some associa- 
tion of churches, usually consisting of from ten to fifty such churches, located in geographical proximity to 
one another. These associations are charged with the holding of ministerial credentials for ordained ministers 
and the performance of common Christian service in behalf of their component churches. 

The State Conference — The state or district conference is made up of the churches within its bounds 
holding membership in the several associations. Mutual helpfulness to all the churches, and the carrying 
forward of church extension and missionary work within its own borders, are the functions of the conference. 
Usually the conference maintains a paid superintendent and a central office. 

The General Council — What the State Conference is to the state the General Council is to the na- 
tion, with appropriate variations. It also becomes the unifying agency for co-ordinating the organization and 
work of the missionary societies. (See following pages.) 



6 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

GENERAL COUNCIL ORGANIZATION 

The General Council of the Congregational Christian Churches was organized on June 27, 1931, at 
Seattle, Washington, for the purpose of carrying on the functions hitherto performed by the National 
Council of the Congregational Churches and the General Convention of the Christian Church. The older 
organizations continue their formal existence for the time being for possible legal requirements. Details of 
organization will be found on the following pages. 

PURPOSE 

The purpose of the General Council is to foster and express the substantial unity of the Congregational 
Christian Churches in faith, purpose, pohty and work; to consult upon and devise measures and maintain 
agencies for the promotion of the common interests of the Kingdom of God; to co-operate with any corpora- 
tion or body under control of or affiliated with the Congregational or Christian Churches or any of them; 
and to do and promote the work of these churches in their national, international and interdenominational 
relations, and in general so far as legally possible to perform on behalf of the united churches the various 
functions hitherto performed by the National Council for the Congregational Churches and by the General 
Convention for the Christian Church, it being understood that where technical legal questions may be 
involved the action of the separate bodies shall be .secured. (Article II of the Constitution.) 

FUNCTIONS 

As the name indicates, the General Council is a voluntary organization of Congregational Christian 
Churches for the purpose of conference regarding their common interests. The central function of the Coun- 
cil is to provide a gathering for useful discussion of questions of concern to the churches, and so to furnish 
inspiration for increased devotion and effectiveness. 

Associated with the function of discussion and inspiration is that of the election of officers and agencies 
for carrying on the common work of the churches. Specifically, the Council provides for gathering and 
publishing annually the statistics for the churches as given in this Year Book. For the purpose of stimulating 
fellowship and of co-ordinating the various agencies, offices are maintained with a small staff of secretaries. 

MEMBERS 

Each State Conference or similar organization of churches is entitled as such to elect a delegate at 
large for the first full 5,000 members and an additional delegate at large for each successive 5,000 members 
or major fraction thereof. The Superintendent of each Conference is ex officio a delegate. Each Conference 
also is entitled to "unit" delegates, elected according to rules set forth in the Constitution to the number 
of one to every 1,000 members, approximately. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Between the sessions of the Council an Executive Committee chosen by the Council attends to details 
of business, arranging and submitting programs for the meetings, and seeks to correlate the administration 
of the several missionary societies and boards affiliated with the Council in the interest of economy and 
efiiciency. This committee is also the agency for correlating the activities of the several Commissions. 

COMMISSIONS 

The Commission on Evangelism and Devotional Life maintains an office for service to the churches 
in the vital field indicated by its name. There are several other Commissions, none of them being charged 
with executive functions to any extent but rather with study and report, each in its own field, with such 
co-operation with the executive agencies of the denomination as seems feasible. 

MISSIONARY SOCIETIES 

The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions and the Board of Home Missions of the 
Congregational Christian Churches have as their controlling membership the membership of the General 
Council itself. Meeting in separate sessions under the direction of their own officers, the membership of 
each of these societies is in large majority identical with that of the General Council, so that in matters of 
common concern action taken by the General Council may usually be taken by each of the societies with- 
out further discussion, thus giving unity of operation in matters of common concern and making the mis- 
sionary societies the instruments of the churches themselves. 

^iEETINGS 

Meetings of the General Council are held biennially in the even numbered years. The next meeting 
will be held at Grand Rapids, Michigan, in June, 1944. 



1943] General Council 7 

OFFICERS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS 



Moderator — Rev. FERDI^fAND Q. Blanchard, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Assistant Moderators — Rev. William J. Faulkner, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. John V. Sees, Lawrence, 

Kans.; Rev. Russell H. Stafford, Boston, Mass.; Rev. Alfred Grant Walton, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 

Chaplain Glenn J. Witherspoon, Greensboro, N. C. 
Minister and Secretary — Rev. Douglas Horton, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 
Associate Secretary — Rev. Frederick L. Fagley, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 
Treasurer — Mr. L. Nelson Nichols, 331 E. 71st St., New York 21, N. Y. 
Assistant Treasurer — Mr. Frank F. Moore, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 



The Executive Committee 

Ex-officiis: The Moderator and, as corresponding members, the Secretaries 



Term Expiring 1944: Term Expiring 1946: 

Rev. M. Russell Boynton, Mas.s. Rev. Arthur H. Bradford, R 

Rev. Theodore A. Greene, Conn. Mr. Allen T. Burns, N. Y. 

Rev. Seldon B. Humphrey, Conn. Rev. Fred S. Buschmeyer, D. ( 

*Mr. Frederick J. Newey, 111. Mrs. KendaU Redfield, Conn. 
Rev. Edward A. Thompson, Mich. Prof. John C. Schroeder, Conn 

Mr. Percy R. Ziegler, Mass. Pres. Leon E. Smith, N. C. 



Term Expiring 1948: 
\. Mr. P. D. Folwell, Pa. 

Rev. Archie H. Hook, Ohio 
C. Rev. Charles M. Houser, Ind. 

Rev. Wilfrid A. Rowell, Wis. 

Rev. Theodore M. Shipherd, Conn. 

Mrs. Robert G. Williams, Fla. 



Corresponding Members: Rev. Frank J. Scribner (Annuity Fd.), Rev. Ru.ssell Henry Stafford and Rev. Fred 
Field Goodsell (Am. Bd.), Rev. Alfred Grant Walton and Rev. Truman Douglass (Bd. Home Missions), 
Rev. Ray Gibbons (C. S. A.), Rev. Albert D. Stauffacher (Missions Council), Rev. Harry T. Stock (Chr. 
Ed. Div.), Mr. Donald A. Adams (Laymen's Fellowship), Mr. Roger Manners (Pilgrim Fellowship), Mrs. 
Waiiam H. Medlicott (Women's Work), Rev. Ralph M. Timberlake (E. Prov.), Rev. Theodore R. Faville 
(Midw. Prov.), Rev. Claton S. Rice (Pac. Prov.), Rev. Samuel W. Keck (W. Prov.). 



The Corporation for the General Council 

Rev. Ferdinand Q. Blanchard, President Rev. Douglas Horton, Secretary 

Mr. J. Watson MacDowell, 1st Vice-President Rev. Frank J. Scribner, Assistant Secretary 

Mr. William D. Winter, Snd Vice-President Mr William F. Frazier, Treasurer 



Term Expiring 1944: 
Mr. William H. Danforth, Mo. 
Mr. Clayton E. Freeman, N. J. 
Mr. J. Watson MacDowell, N. Y. 
Rev. Frank J. Scribner, N. Y. 
Mr. William D. Winter, N. J. 



Term Expiring 1946: 

Mr. Alfred C. Howell, Conn. 
Mr. J. Howard Leman, Mass. 
Hon. William Mills Maltbie, Conn. 
Mr. Leslie R. Rounds, N. J. 
Mr. Frank C. Van Cleef. N. J. 



Term Expiring 1948: 
Rev. Robert G. Armstrong, N. H. 
Mr. Walter H. Gilpatric, N. Y. 
Mr. Loren H. Rockwell, N. J. 
Mr. John J. Schumann, Jr., N. J. 
Mr. Harvey E. Sims, Ohio 



The Nominating Committee 



Term Expiring 1944: 
Mr. Ronald Bridges, Ariz. 
Mr. Frederick W. Chamberlain, Mich. 
Prof. Charles A. Kofoid, Cal. 
Rev. Raymond A. McConnell, Neb. 
Mrs. Albert W. Palmer, 111. 
Pres. Leon E. Smith, N. C. 



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Expiring 1946: 



Mr. George W. Crawford, Conn. 
Mr. Alfred Fairbank, Mo. 
Rev. Fred L. Hall, Ohio 
Mrs. Arthur J. Snow, Minn. 
Rev. Cleon Swarts, Ind. 
Mrs. Charles H. Wicks, Wis. 



Committee on Credentials (for 1944 session) 

Rev. William A. Keith, Mich., Chm.; Rev. Wilfrid H. Bunker, Mass.; Rev. Carl Martenson, Mich.; Rev. 
Ralph B. Noyce, Iowa; Rev. Clinton E. Ostrander, Wash. ; Rev. Charles F. Rush, 111.; Mrs. J. D. R. Steven, 
Wis.; Mr. Michael J. Thomas, N. Y. 



Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches 



[1943 



Term Expiring 1944: 



Council for Social Action 

Term Expiring 1946: 



Rev. Noble S. Elderkin, Ohio, Chm. Prof. John C. Bennett, N. Y. 



Prof. Robert L. Calhoun, Conn. 
Rev. Stanley B. Crosland, 111. 
Mrs. William A. Gordon, Conn. 
Mr. Wilmer J. Kitchen, Mass. 
Mr. Robert A. Roessel, Mo. 



Term Expiring 1948: 
Mr. Malcolm Dana, Ga. 
Mr. Frank H. Korab, Kan. 
Dr. T. K. Lawless, 111. 
Mrs. Everett D. Martin, Cal. 
Rev. Frederick M. Meek, Iowa 
Rev. Raymond B. Walker, Ore. 



Mrs. Frederic W. Chamberlain, 

Mich. 
Mr. David C. Coyle, D. C. 
Mr. Elbert A. Harvey, Mass. 
Rev. Boynton Merrill, Ohio 
Prof. J. S. Prentice, Vt. 

Co-opted: Rev. Ferdinand Q. Blanchard, Ohio; Rev. Fred L. Brownlee, N. Y.; Rev. Truman B. Douglass, 
N. Y.; Rev. Frederick L. Fagley, N. Y.; Rev. Fred Field Goodsell, Mass.; Rev. Douglas Horton, N. Y.; 
Rev. L. Merle Rymph, Kan.; Rev. Albert D. Stauffacher, N. Y.; Rev. Harry T. Stock, Mass.; Rev. Thomas 
A. Tripp, N. Y. 



Commission on Evangelism and Devotional Life 



Term Expiring 1944: 

tRev. Richard H. Bennett, Mas 

Chm. 
Mr. Donald A. Adams, Conn. 
Rev. Howard Stone Anderson, 

D. C. 
Mr. Harold L. Blakeslee, Conn. 
Rev. George M. Gibson, 111. 
Rev. R. C. Helfenstein, Iowa 
Rev. Ervine P. Inglis, Mo. 
tPres. Ralph C. Jenkins, Conn. 

Co-opted: tRev. Frederick W. Alden, Mass.; Rev. WilUam E. Gilroy, Mass.; Rev. Roy L. Minich, Mass. 
Rev. Hugh Penney, Mass.; Rev. A. A. Rouner, N. H.; Rev. Ralph M. Timberlake, Mass. 



Term Expiring 1946: 

tRev. Thomas A. Goodwin, Mass., 

Rec. Sec. 
tRev. Wallace W. Anderson, Me. 
tRev. Richard F. Beyer, N. H. 
tRev. Vernon W. Cooke, R. I. 
tRev. David McKeith, Conn. 
Rev. Harold J. Ockenga, Mass. 
Dean Willard L. Sperry, Mass. 
Rev. Raymond A. Waser, Colo. 



Term Expiring 1948: 
Rev. Jacob F. Balzer, Neb. 
Rev. Howard J. Chidley, Mass. 
Rev. WilUam E. Dudley, Ohio 
Rev. John B. Hanna, N. J. 
Rev. Harold M. Kingsley, 111. 
Rev. Joseph Knierim, Neb. 
Rev. Boynton Merrill, Ohio 
tRev. Robert C. Whitehead, N. Y. 



Commission on Interchurch Relations and Christian Unity 



Term Expiring 1944: 
tPres. Albert W. Palmer, 111., 

Chm. 
tRev. Simon A. Bennett, Ind. 
Rev. Nelson C. Dreier, Cal. 
Rev. John Gratton, Mass. 
Mr. Wilson P. Hunt, 111. 
Rev. Joseph F. King, Jr., Ohio 
Rev. John M. Phillips, Neb. 
tRev. Frank M. Sheldon, Wis. 



Term Expiring 1946: 

tMr. Louis W. Bridgman, Wis. 
tPres. Mary A. Cheek, 111. 
Mr. E. B. ComstoGk, Tex. 
Rev. James W. F. Davies, 111. 
Pres. Harry K. EversuU, Ohio 
Rev. Ellis W. Hay, Ind. 
Rev. John G. Hindley, 111. 
Rev. Fred Hoskins, Conn. 
Rev. Clyde McGee, 111. 



Term Expiring 1948: 
tRev. Howard A. Blanning, Mich. 
Mr. Robert Cashman, 111. 
Rev. Milton S. Czatt, Vt. 
tRev. Truman B. Douglass, N. Y. 
Rev. Herman F. Reissig, 111. 
Rev. Dwight C. Smith, Wash. 
Pres. Bryan S. Stoffer, Kan. 



Commission on Stewardship 



Term Expiring 1944: 
tRev. William R. Hodgson, 111. 

Chm. 
tRev. Perry D. Avery, Ind. 
Rev. OUver K. Black, N. Y. 
Mrs. Samuel W. Keck, S. D. 
Rev. Carl R. Key, Ohio 
Mrs. Wilbur Marden, N. H. 
tRev. Otto G. Reuman, Ohio 
tRev. Joseph H. Stein, N. J. 



Term Expiring 1946: 
Miss Pattie Lee Coghill, N. Y. 
Rev. Leon E. Grubaugh, Colo. 
Mr. A. H. Hibbard, Ohio 
Miss Elizabeth Hurlburt, 111. 
Mr. Gardner Lattimer, Ohio 
tMrs. Helen T. Morse, Ohio 
Rev. Lawrie J. Sharp, Ohio 
Rev. David W. Shepherd, Ala. 



Mr 



Term Expiring 1948: 
A. P. Brooks, Minn. 



Rev. Holland F. Burr, Cal. 
Rev. William F. English, Mass. 
tMrs. R. A. Holvenstot, Wis. 
tMr. Donald Hogue, Mich. 
Rev. William A. Leath, Ohio 
Mr. L. A. Markham, Wis. 
tRev. Harold N. Skidmore, Mich. 



Theological Commission 

tProf. John C. Bennett, N. Y.; tProf. Robert Lowry Calhoun, Conn.; Rev. John Gratton, Mass.; Rev. 
Henry David Gray, Cal.; tProf. Walter M. Horton, Ohio; 1Rev. Fred Hoskins, Conn.; tMrs. Lloyd Rice, 
N. H.; tRev. Harry Thomas Stock, Mass.; Prof. Amos N. Wilder, 111. 
t = Active members of Commission. 



1943] 



General Council 



Commission on the Ministry 

Term Expiring 1944' Term Expiring 1946: Term Expiring 1948: 

tRev. Roy L. Minich, Mass., Rev. David N. Beach, Conn. Prof. John C. Bennett, N. Y. 

Chm. tRev. Robert Bruce, N. Y. Rev. Charles Gerlinger, S. D. 

Mr. A. R. Bergesen, N. D. tRev. Stanley Cummings, Vt. tRev. Fred L. Hall, Ohio 

Mrs. Pierson P. Harris, N. J. Rev. Walter C. Giersbach, Ore. Prof. Walter M. Horton, Ohio 

tProf. Hugh Hartshorne, Conn. Rev. James E. Gregg, Mass. Rev. Paul S. Kerschner, Ohio 

Rev. Archie H. Hook, Ohio Mr. W. H. Hitchcock, Mass. Prof. H. Shelton Smith, N. C. 

tRev. Harold G. Jones, Mass. Mrs. Belle Robinson, N. Y. Kiev. Alfred W. Swan, Wis. 

*Rev. M. Raymond Plumb, Conn. tRev. Frederick K. Stamm, 111. Rev. Edward W. Willcox, Ohio 
Pres. Leon E. Smith, N. C. 
tRev. WofTord C. Timmons, Conn. 

Members of the Federal Council of Churches 

Mr. Theodore Beard, Conn.; Rev. Ferdinand Q. Blanchard, Ohio; Rev. Frederic E. Charrier, Me.; Rev. 
Frederick L. Fagley, N. Y.; Rev. Stanley C. Harrell, N. C; Rev. Douglas Horton, N. Y.; *Mr. Frederick J. 
Newey, 111.; Mr. John S. Pillsbury, Minn.; Mr. Charles H. Seaver, N. Y.; Rev. George C. Vincent, N. J.; 
*Rev. Carl A. Voss, Pa.; Dean Luther A. Weigle, Conn.; Rev. Carl S. Weist, N. Y.; *Mr. William Allen 
White, Kan.; Chap. Glenn J. Witherspoon, N. C; Miss Mary E. Woolley, N. Y. Alternates: Mrs. Clarence 
R. Bissell, Ohio; Miss Priscilla Chase, Ohio; Dr. J. O. Engleman, Ohio; Rev. Fred L. Hall, Ohio; Rev. Paul 
S. Kerschner, Ohio; Rev. David McKeith, Jr., Conn.; Pres. Albert Palmer, 111.; Rev. Lawrie J. Sharp, Ohio; 
Prof. K. O. Thompson, Ohio; Rev. Edward W. Willcox, Ohio. 

Executive Committee of the Federal Council 
Rev. Frederick L. Fagley, N. Y.; Dean Luther A. Weigle, Conn.; Miss Mary E. Woolley, N. Y. Alternates: 
Rev. Douglas Horton, N. Y.; Rev. Stanley C. HarreU, N. C; Mr. Charles H. Seaver, N. Y. 

Committee for War Victims and Services 

Executive Committee of the National Committee 
Rev. Boynton Merrill, Ohio, Chairman of the Committee; Mr. Kirk Smith, R. I., Chairman of the Executive 
Committee; Rev. M. Russell Boynton, Mass.; Mrs. Marion Bradshaw, Me.; Rev. Merrill F. Clarke, Conn.; 
Rev. Emerson C. Hangen, N. H.; Mr. Elbert A. Harvey, Mass.; Rev. John H. Leamon, Mass.; Mrs. Edmund 
Root, Vt.; Mrs. George W. Smith, Mass.; Rev. Donald Strickler, N. Y.; Mr. Lucius E. Thayer, Mass.; 
Rev. John C. Walker, Conn. 

Co-opted: Rev. James F. English, Conn.; Rev. Wynn C. Fairfield, Mass.; Rev. Truman B. Douglass, N. Y.; 
Rev. Fred Field Goodsell, Mass.; Rev. Douglas Horton, N. Y.; Dr. Carl Kriete, Mo.; Rev. A. D. Stauffacher, 
N. Y. 

The National Committee on Army and Navy Chaplains 

Rev. Frederick L. Fagley, N. Y., Chm.; Rev. George Clark Vincent, N. J.; Chaplain Glenn J. Witherspoon, 
N. C; Mr. James M. Hills, N. Y.; Miss Amy Welcher, Conn.; Chaplain Carl Knudsen, Mass.; Rev. L. 
Wendell Fifield, N. Y. 

Women's Committee for Chaplains 

Mrs. Frederick L. Fagley, N. Y., Mrs. Andrew Vance McCracken, N. Y., Co-Chm. 

THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 

Organized Oberlin, Ohio, November 17, 1871. Merged with the General Convention of the Christian 

Church, Seattle, Washington, June 27, 1931. Meets biennially in conjunction with the General Council of 

the Congregational Christian Churches for necessary legal business. Only such offices, committees and 

commissions as are necessary to its legal operations are maintained. 

Moderator — Rev. Ferdinand Q. Blanchard, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant Moderators — Rev. William J. Faulkner, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. Russell H. Stafford, Boston, 
Mass.; Rev. Alfred Grant Walton, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Chaplain Glenn J. Witherspoon, Greens- 
boro, N. C. 

Minister and Secretary — Rev. Douglas Horton, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 

Associate Secretary — Rev. Frederick L. Fagley, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 

Treasurer — Mr. L. Nelson Nichols, 331 E. 71st St., New York 21, N. Y. 

Assistant Treasurer — Mr. Frank F. Moore, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 

Executive Committee, Nominating Committee, Committee on Credentials and Commission on Evangelism and 
Devotional Life: The Congregational members of the corresponding bodies of the General Council. 
* Deceased. 



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THE GENERAL COUNCIL OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES OF THE UNITED STATES 

Statement of Income and Expenses for the Year Ended December 31, 1943 
General Fund 

General Fund — Balance December 31, 1942 $ 4,047.23 

Adjustment a/c, 1942 129.92 

$ 4,177.15 
Income: 

Fellowship dues $53,036 . 69 

From investments 1,034 . 80 

From royalties 163 . 13 

From National Council 1,848. 46 

56,083.08 

$60,260.23 

Expenses: 

Salaries $23,880.41 

Year Book 7,297.91 

Office expenses ' 4,138.90 

Commissions and committees 4,289 . 18 

Travel 4,152.27 

Council Meeting reserve 2,000.00 

Rent 1,632.60 

Pensions 1,175.88 

Annuity and Retirement Fund dues 722 . 12 

Literature and Calendars 625 . 18 

Advertising and Publicity 525 . 06 

Annuity — Conditional gift 31 . 50 

Contingent 148.00 

Church of Christ 155. 93 

50,774.94 

General Fund — Balance December 31, 1943 $ 9,485.29 

(Invested $5,485.29. Cash balance $4,000.) 

Mileage Internat'l National 

Fund Council Council 

Balance December 31, 1942 $1,292.85 $10,515.34 $6,728.10 

Receipts 7,761.77 8,430.10 2,677.56 

$9,054.62 $18,945.44 $9,405.66 
Disbursements 6,206.55 2,677.66 

Balance December 31, 1943 $9,054.62 $12,738.89 $6,728.10 



NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR ARMY AND NAVY CHAPLAINS 

The General Council reports receipts and disbursements as follows: 
Receipts: 

C. C. C. War Victims and Services $ 9,4 1 1 . 00 

Contributions and Refunds 1,187 . 76 

Total $10,598.76 

Disbursements: 

Supplies and Equipment $ 5,539 . 57 

Literature 3,847 . 28 



Chaplains 580 . 00 

Total '. $10,292 . 94 

Balance, December 31, 1943 305.82 

$10,598.76 



1943] General Council 

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF 
THE GENERAL CONVENTION OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 



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Officers 



Chairman, Mr. John V. Sees, Lawrence, Kan. 
V ice-Chairman, Rev. Archie H. Hook, Troy, Ohio 
Secretary, Rev. Warren H. Denison, Dayton, Ohio 
Treasurer, Mr. J. L. Reck, Covington, Ohio 
Secretary of Home Missions, Rev. Harley H. Short, 

Hagerstown, Ind. 
Secretary of Foreign Missions, Mrs. Alice V. Morrill, 

Woodstock, Vt. 



Secretary of Christian Education, Dr. Selden B. 
Humphrey, New Haven, Conn. 

Secretary of Publications, Mr. Harvey E. Sims, 

Piqua, Ohio 
Secretary of Evangelism and Life Service, Rev. 

McDaniel Howsare, Plattsburg, Ohio 

Secretary of Fiyiance, Rev. Warren H. Denison, 
Dayton, Ohio 



CORPORATIONS 



Board of Missions 



1. Department of Home Missions and Church Ex- 
tension: 

Rev. Harley H. Short, Hagerstown, Ind., Executive 

Secretary 
Mrs. McDaniel Howsare, Plattsburg, Ohio 
Rev. Jesse M. Kauffman, Woodward, Iowa 
Rev. C. G. Nelson, Kinsley, Kan. 

2. Department of Foreign Missions: 

Mrs. Alice V. Morrill, Woodstock, Vt., Executive 

Secretary 
Rev. W. P. Fletcher, Odessa, Ont. 
Mr. Roy Rensberger, Goshen, Ind. 



Board of Control, Franklinton 
Christian College 

Rev. E. C. Gillette, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Rev. J. A. Henderson, Manson, N. C. 
Rev. Robert Lee House, Richmond, Va. 
Rev. Eugene C. Lawrence, Raleigh, N. C. 
Mr. John V. Sees, Lawrence, Kan. 
Rev. John G. Truitt, Suffolk, Va. 
Mr. L. L. Vaughan, Raleigh, N. C. 



Women's Mission Board 

OFFICERS 

Mrs. McDaniel Howsare, Plattsburg, Ohio, Presi- 
dent 

Mrs. Hugh A. Smith, Versailles, Ohio, Vice-Presi- 
dent 

Mrs. W. P. Minton, Milroy, Pa., Rec. Sec. 

Mrs. Emma S. Powers, Dayton, Ohio, Sec.-Treas. 



Board of Christian Education 

Dr. Selden B. Humphrey, New Haven, Conn. 

Executive Secretary 
Rev. Raymond G. Clark, Canton, Ohio 
Rev. Ross E. Ensminger, Wadley, Ala. 
Rev. Edwin B. Flory, Georgetown, Ohio 
Rev. Roy C. Helfenstein, Mason City. Iowa 
Rev. A. B. Kendall, N. Girard, Pa. 
Rev. W. G. Sargent, Somerset Center, Mass. 
Prof. H. Shelton Smith, Durham, N. C. 
Rev. Hugh A. Smith, Versailles, Ohio 
Pres. Leon E. Smith, Elon College, N. C. 
Miss Helen R. Stearns, Columbus, Ohio 

The Christian Publishing 
Association 

TRUSTEES 

Mr. Harvey E. Sims, Piqua, Ohio, President 
Mr. E. E. Duncan, Dayton, Ohio, Vice-President 
Rev. Warren H. Denison, Dayton, Ohio, Sec. 
Rev. A. E. Kemp, Elyria, Ohio, Treas. 
Rev. W. Frederick Bohn, Oberlin, Ohio 
Mr. John V. Sees, Lawrence, Kan. 
Mr. S. E. Wright, West Milton, Ohio 
Manager, Mr. Tom B. Radabaugh, Dayton, Ohio 

Note: Personnel of Board of Publications is 
same as of the Board of Trustees of the Christian 
Publishing Association. 

Standing Committee on 
Ministerial Relief 

Pres. Leon E. Smith, Elon College, N. C, Chair- 
man 

Rev. Warren H. Denison, Dayton, Ohio, Executive 
Secretary 

Rev. A. G. Caris, Columbus, Ohio 

Miss Lucy M. Eldredge, New York, N. Y. 



THE GENERAL CONVENTION OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Organized Windham, Connecticut, 1819, as the General Christian Conference or Convention. United 
with the National Council of the Congregational Churches, June 27, 1931, at Seattle, Washington. Its 
corporate life is continued for the time being for the purpose of meeting necessary legal requirements. This 
has been accomplished by constituting the membership of the Convention of the members of its Executive 
Committee. Only such officers as are necessary to its operations are maintained. 



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THE CORPORATION FOR THE GENERAL COUNCIL j 

OF THE j 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES OF THE U. S. i 

287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. ^ , 

President — Rev. Ferdinand Q. Blanchard, Euclid Ave. Cong. Church, Cleveland 6, Ohio * 

1st Vice-President — Mr. J. Watson MacDowell '' 

2nd Vice-President — Mr. William D. Winter ; 

Secretary — Rev. Douglas Horton, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. \ 

Assistant Secretary — Rev. Frank J. Scribner, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. i 

Treasurer — Mr. William F. Frazier, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. j 



ITS CHARTER 

The Corporation for the General Council was chartered under the laws of Connecticut in 1933, suc- 
ceeding to the functions of the Corporation for the National Council and serving the united fellowship. 



ITS OBJECT 

The object of the Corporation is to hold and administer funds and property for the purposes of the 
Congregational and Christian Churches or churches affiliated with them. This service may be rendered 
for (1) churches singly or in groups; ,(2) societies, boards, coeferences, associations, etc.; (3) denominational 
educational institutions; (4) denominational eleemosynary institutions; (5) the Council itself; (6) any 
other organizations "for the advancement of the general interests and purposes" of our churches. 



ITS CONTROL 

The Corporation is under the direct control of the General Council of the Congregational Christian 
Churches of the United States. 



ITS BUSINESS 

The Corporation holds the Pilgrim Memorial Fund as the foundation for the pension system for Con- 
gregational ministers administered by the Annuity Fund for Congregational Ministers, and other trusts 
aggregating approximately $6,000,000. 



ITS ADVANTAGES 

The Corporation offers to donors of direct gifts, endowments, legacies or conditional gifts, several 
noteworthy advantages, including — 

1. The services, without compensation, of prominent financiers, lawyers and business men. 

2. Leading banks and trust companies are the custodians of the investments. 

3. Low cost of administration, leaving more than 95^ of the income of a trust or endowment fund 
for use as designated by donors. 



MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION 
For members of the Corporation see page 7. 



INFORMATION ] 

Information will be furnished on request regarding the work and standing of any established denomina ( 

tional organization or activity in a wholly disinterested spirit. 
For general information address the Treasurer. 



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THE COMMISSION ON EVANGELISM AND DEVOTIONAL LIFE 

287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

This Commission was established by the National Council at Des Moines in 1904 to assist the churches 
in providing plans and programs for recruiting new members for the church and furnishing the churches ma- 
terial for their use in enriching the devotional life of the people. 

It is composed of seven active and twenty corresponding members elected by the General Council and is 
charged by the General Council to do two things. 

FIRST: To bring before the churches the denominational program of evangeUsm and devotional life. 

SECOND: To make a continuous study of methods used by effective churches; to make them known to 
all pastors; and to provide such other helps to evangelism and devotion as are within its powers. 



THE CHURGH YEAR IN EVANGELISM AND WORSHIP 
September-October Activities 

A study of the local situation and the adoption of a plan to meet the conditioiLS existing in the com- 
munity. A comprehensive parish survey. Appointment of special committees with assignment of duties. 
Special events for those going away for school, college or business. "Loyalty Day" in Church School and 
Young People's Societies. 

November-December Activities 

The program for the Advent season (December 3-24) planned. Literature ordered including special 
Advent leaflets. 

Fall reception of new members and assignment to groups and to specific tasks in the work of the church. 
A check-up of absentee members and connection made either by letter or by personal call. 

A definite program for Tbamksgiving with material for home celebration. Preparation for the Christmas 
holiday season as a climax of the Advent period emphasizing the religious aspects of Christmas. 

January-February Activities 

Plans adopted for the Lent«n Season (February 14-April 1) and suppHes ordered including " The Fellow- 
ship of Prayer" and "Lenten Sffvotions for Young People." 
The Pastor's Class orgamized and textbooks secured. 
Special devotional meetings for Lent arranged with emphasis on personal and family devotions. 

March-April Activities 

Organize groups of adults and young people for the study of Christian beliefs. Plan a Lenten program of 
preaching for decision. Hold a Preaching Mission or School of Religion. 

Plan Holy Week services. Membership enlistment and reception of members. 

, May-June 

The Easter to Whitsunday period gives place for a special study of the questions of ChrLstian responsi- 
bility in the home, community and state. 

The Summer Season 

In many parts of the country this is the best season of the year for evangelistic meetings. W^here possible, 
plan a Preaching Mission or outdoor preaching service. 

Plan something different for the summer season. Make use of the early morning service; vesper services 
for the late afternoon; popular evenings of song, illustrated lectures, Bible talks, missionary addresses and 
social occasions. 

Send to the office of the Commission for a catalog of material available for carrying out this program. 



This year DAILY DEVOTIONS (a devotional quarterly) in every 

home in your parish and sent to everyone away from, 

home in industry or National Service. 



14 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

THE MISSIONS COUNCIL 

The several missionary organizations are related to the churches through identical membership, namely, 
that of the General Council. The Missions Council is the official body for each of the missionary societies 
for the purpose of disseminating inform tion, cultivating interest and raising the missionary funds. 

287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 14 Beacon St., Boston 8, Mass. 

19 S. La Salle St., Chicago 3, lU. 

Chairman — Miss Helen Kenyon, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Vice-Chairman — Rev. Robert W. Putsch, White Plains, N. Y. 

Treasurer — Mr. Harold B. Belcher, Boston, Mass. 

Recording Secretary — Prof. J. S. Prentice, Middlebury, Vt. 

Minister — Rev. Albert D. Stauffacher, New York, N. Y. 

Associate Executive Secretary — Mrs. William H. Medlicott, New York, N. Y. 

Office Secretary and Assistant Treasurer — Miss Lucy V. Seidler, New York, N. Y. 

Business Agent ■ — Mr. Harvey L. Meeken, Boston, Mass. 

Secretaries- — Rev. Howell D. Davies, Mrs. E. E. McClintock, Chicago, 111.; Miss Dorothy P. Gush- 
ing, Mrs. Maurice P. Dunlap, Rev. D. Brewer Eddy, Miss Ruth I. Seabury, Rev. James E. 
Walter, Rev. Hugh Vernon White, Boston, Mass.; Miss Pattie Lee Coghill, Rev. Andrew 
Vance McCrackbn, Miss Helen Frances Smith, Rev. George N. White. New York, N. Y. 



Ad Interim Committee 

Rev. Chauncey A. Adams, Vt.; Rev. Edward C. Boynton, N. Y.; Rev. Truman B. Douglass, N. Y.; 
Rev. Noble S. Elderkin, Ohio; Mrs. Judson E. Fiebiger, N. Y.; Rev. Ray Gibbons, N. Y.; Rev. Fred Field 
Goodsell, Mass.; Rev. Douglas Horton, N. Y.; Miss Helen Kenyon, N. Y.; Mrs. William H. Medlicott, 
N. Y.; Rev. W. W. Pickett, Mich.; Mrs. Leslie R. Rounds, N. J.; Rev. Harold N. Skidmore, Mich.; Rev. 
Albert D. Stauffacher, N. Y.; Miss Mary E. Stearns, N. H. 



Joint Cabinet 

Rev. Chauncey A. Adams, Rev. Truman B. Douglass, Rev. Ray Gibbons, Rev. Fred Field Goodsell, 
Rev, Douglas Horton, Mrs. William H. Medlicott, Rev. Albert D. Stauffacher. 



Joint Staff 

Rev. Albert D. Stauffacher, Chairman, Miss Pattie Lee Coghill, Miss Dorothy P. Gushing, Rev. Howell 
D. Davies, Mrs. Maurice P. Dunlap, Rev. D. Brewer Eddy, Mrs. E. E. McClintock, Rev. Andrew Vance 
McCracken, Mrs. William H. Medlicott, Rev. Arthur O. Rinden, Miss Ruth L Seabury, Miss Lucy V. 
Seidler, Miss Helen Frances Smith, Rev. James E. Walter, Mr. George N. White, Rev. Hugh Vernon White, 
Mrs. E. T. Willson. 

The following sit with the Joint Staff at its regular meetings: Two State Superintendents elected by the 
Conference of State Superintendents to attend Joint Staff meetings: Rev. Chauncey A. Adams, Vt., Rev. 
Harold N. Skidmore, Mich.; Chairman of Women State Presidents: Miss Mary E. Stearns, N. H.; Co-opted 
members: Rev. Frederick L. Fagley; Associate Secretary of General Council; Miss Merle Easton, and Miss 
Mildred Widber, Secretaries of Division of Christian Education of The Board of Home Missions. Ex officiia 
— Cabinet Members: Rev. Truman B. Douglass, Rev. Ray Gibbons, Rev. Fred Field Goodsell, Rev. 
Douglas Horton. 



Organization 

1. Membership. The Missions Council consists of the thirty-six elected members together with the 
President and the Vice-Presidents of The Board of Home Missions, the thirty-six elected members with 
the President and Vice-Presidents of the American Board and the eighteen members of the Council for 
BjciLil Action, and the Secretary of the General Council, ex officio. 



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2. Joint Cabinet. The work of the Missions Council is administered by the Jcint Cabinet, thus provid- 
ing the Minister with a connecting hnk to the administrative heads of the National Societies and of the 
State Conferences. 

Article IX of the Rules of the Missions Council provides that the Minister of the Missions Council, the 
Executive Vice-Presidents of The Board of Home Missions and of The American Board, the Director of 
the Council for Social Action, the Minister of the General Council, the Associate Executive Secretary who 
shall be a woman, and one State Superintendent elected by the State Superintendents' Conference as here- 
inafter provided shall constitute the Joint Cabinet of the Missions Council. Thi.s Cabinet meets regularly 
It is responsible for formulating promotional plans and policies and is the connecting link between the 
executive boards and the promotional staff. 

3. Ad Interim Committee. The Ad Interim Committee is composed of fifteen persons chosen as follows: 
Two members of the Board of Directors of The Board of Home Missions designated by The Board of Home 
Missions, two members of the Prudential Committee of the American Board designated by the Prudential 
Committee, a member of the Council for Social Action, the Chairman of the Missions Council, two State 
Superintendents elected by the State Superintendents' Conference, and the Chairman of the Women State 
Presidents. 1 he Minister of the General Council, the Minister and Associate Executive Secretary of the 
Missions Council, the Executive Vice-Presidents of the Boards, and the Director of the Council for Social 
Action are corresponding members. 

4. Joint Staff. The Joint Staff operates under the chairmanship and direction of the Minister and in- 
cludes the secretaries of missionary education and promotion of the national boards, with two representa- 
tives from the Conference of State Superintendents and the Chairman of the Women State Presidents. 



Processes 

1. Meetings. The Missions Council meets ordinarily but once a year. This meeting takes place in con- 
nection with the midwinter ga.thering of the Board of Directors of The Board of Home Missions and of the 
Prudential Committee of the American Board and the Council for Social Action, thus economizing in time 
and travel expenses. At the annual midwinter meeting the Survey Committee of the General Council, the 
State Conference Superintendents, the Women State Presidents and secretaries of the societies sit with the 
Missions Council in joint session as corresponding members. 

2. Literature. One of the important functions of the Missions Council is the publication of literature 
setting forth our entire missionary enterprise. 

3. Field Work. Under the direction of the Minister the members of the Joint Staff co-operate in a unified 
program of education and promotion. This work is conducted through the state organizations and endeavors 
to develop through actual contact with the churches those processes which seem to be most effective for 
disseminating missionary information and stimulating benevolent contributions. This proce.ss is so intimately 
related to the financial operations of the local churches that this latter interest is combined with the former, 
thus helping the churches to financial strength. 



Information 

The support of our Mission Boards depends upon current gifts, legacies and the income from invested 
funds. Through the Missions Council, donors, lawyers and trust officers are supplied with confidential and 
impartial information concerning the financial standing, fields of work, needs and opportunities of any or all 
Congregational Christian Corporations, including the General Council and its Commissions, the home and 
Foreign Missionary Boards, State Conferences, city extension societies and the local churches. 

The local church may ordinarily secure information directly from its own state office. Persons not 
knowing to whom to write locally are invited to communicate direct with the Missions Council. 



16 Year Book, Congregalional Christian Churches [1943 

AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS 

Congregational House, 14 Beacon Street, Boston 8 

Organized in iSIO. Incorporated in 1812 

President — Rev. Russell Henry Stafford 

Vice-Presidents — Rev. Edward C. Boynton, Rev. Harley H. Gill, Mrs. J. D. R. Steven 

Recording Secretary — Rev. Oscar E. Maurer 

Assistant Recording Secretary — Dr. Edward Warren Capen 

Executive Vice-President — Rev. Fred Field Goodsell 

Secretaries — Rev. E. F. Bell, Rev. Alden H. Clark, Rev. D. Brewer Eddy^JVIiss Dorothy P. Gushing. 

Miss Mabel E. Emerson, Rev. Wynn C. Fairfield, Mrs. William H. Medlicott, Miss Ruth I. 

Seabury, Mrs. Mary Uline Dunlap, Rev. Hugh Vernon White 
Treasurer — Mr. Harold B. Belcher 

Assistant Treasurer — Mr. Frederick A. Gaskins, Mrs. Ernest L. C. Hales, Mr. Earle E. Smith 
Executive Secretary and Minister of the Missions Council — Rev. A. D. Staupfacher 
Associate Executive Secretary of Promotion — Mrs. William H. Medlicott 
Medical Secretary — Dr. Mark H. Ward 
Librarian and Historian — Rev. Enoch F. Bell 
News Editor — Miss Dorothy P. Gushing 

Acting Associate Secretary, Foreign Department — Rev. Raymond A. Dudley 
Assistant Secretary, Foreign Department — Mrs. Darley Downs 
Candidate Secretary — Rev. Robert E. Chandler 
Publishing and Purchasing Agent — Mr. Hakvey L. Meeken 



Prudential Committee — Rev. Robert G. Armstrong, Chairman; V ice-Chairman, Rev. Theodore A. 
Greene; President, Vice-Presidents ex-officiis; Mark H. Ward, M.D.,. C/^rfc; Mrs. Ernest L. C. 
Hales, Assistant Clerk; Mr. Frederic E. Abbe, Mrs. Manley F. Allbsight, Mr. Henry J. Amen, 
Mrs. James W. Bixler, Rev. Ferdinand Q. Blanchard, Mrs. Henry A. Boyd, Rev. George E. 
Gary, Mrs. R. O. Eisele, Mr. Alfred Fairbank, Rev. George E. Gilchrist, Mrs. Chester M. 
Grover, Mr. Benjamin W. Guernsey, Mrs. A. Philip Guiles, Mr. G. Willard Hales, Rev. 
Joseph F. King, Dr. Charles A. Kofoid, Rev. Carl Heath Kopf, Mr, William A. Kuoler, Rev. 
Fletcher C. Lester, Rev. Allan I. Lorimer, Rev. David McKeith, Rev. Randolph S. Merrill, 
Mrs. J. C. Miller, Mrs. Elmer F. Otting, Mr. L. Sumner Pruyne, Rev. Robert W. Putsch, 
Mrs. Leslie R. Rounds, Mr. Henry R. Rust, Rev. Roger E. Treat, Mr. Sargent H. Wellman, 
Miss Elizabeth J. Wells, Mrs. George R. Wilson 



The A. B. C. F. M. is the mother of foreign mission boards in North America. Founded in 1810 to make 
possible the realization of the vision of the men of the Haystack, it immediately invited the Presbyterian 
General Assembly to form a similar society with which it could co-operate, but the Assembly replied that one 
organization of the sort was enough and "urged its churches to adopt the American Board as their foreign 
missionary agency." The Baptist Missionary Union was formed when some of the first American Board Mis- 
sionaries became Baptists. By 1826, the Presbyterians and the Reformed Church in America had developed 
the United Foreign Missionary Society, which in that year was merged with the American Board. The proc- 
ess of segmentation began in 1837 when the "Old School" Presbyterians left the American Board, followed 
in 1839 by the Central and Southern auxiliary boards. In 1846, "because of differences of opinion as to the 
Board's attitude toward slavery, some members withdrew to aid in organizing the American Missionary 
Association." In 1857, the Reformed Church in America withdrew to form ite own Board and in 1870, the 
"New School" Presbyterians rejoined their "Old School" associates and transferred their support to the 
Foreign Mission Board wliich they had formed. 

The American Board maintains missions in East, West and South Africa, China, Japan, India, Ceylon, 
the PhiUppines, Micronesia, Mexico, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece and Syria. The work in Micronesi « has been 
part of that in Japan. 

The spread of warfare and increasing tensions daring 1943 seem to be leading toward the most thorough 
test which the work of the Board has ever faced. In our fields in East Asia and in Europe, missionaries have 
largely either been forced to withdraw, or interned or restricted in their activities. Christian churches and 
institutions have very largely been deprived of American support. This process may extend to other fields. 
We beheve the ChrLstian community will emerge from the valley of the shadow of war intact, possibly re- 
duced in numbers, but strengthened in spirit. The fields in Free China, India, Africa, Turkey and Syria, 
and Mexico which have not yet been seriously affected report increased calls for .service and new oppor- 



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tunities, especially in education. The years of patient preparation of national leaders for the regular pro- 
gram and these crisis days seem to be bearing fruit. 

The 134th fiscal year of the Board ended August 31, 1943 w-ith a surplus of $26,665.74. After so many 
years of reporting deficits it is a great satisfaction to be able to state that the expenditures of the year were 
met from the receipts of the year, with a small margin to spare. Because of the uncertainties faced at the 
beginning of the fiscal year, the Prudential Committee adopted a minimum budget, ma)cing no appropria- 
tions for some very urgent needs. From the surplus of the year appropriations will be made to meet some 
of these needs which had previously been declined. 

The total receipts for the regular budget amounts to $932,784.67, which with the $104,294.25 of spe- 
cially designated gifts, makes a grand total of $1,037,078.92. The detail of receipts appears. on the following 
page. The outstanding result of the year was an increase in the gifts from churches of $38,629.21 or 9% as 
compared with the previous year. This is in addition to an increase of 3.8% recorded last year and marks 
a real upturn from the low level that was reached following the years of the depression. It is hoped that this 
indicates a definite trend in the giving of the Congregational-Christian Churches and that in subsequent 
years we may regain a larger amount of the ground that was lost. The gifts from churches for the year just 
closed still show a loss. 



Statistical Summary 

The American Board is responsible for a foreign parish of 43,455,890 people. There are 13 missions 
under 8 different flags. The missionaries under hfe appointments are 341 and include 79 ordained men, 33 
unordained men, 1 10 wives and 1 19 single women. There are 16 associates who are serving for shorter periods, 
making a grand total of 357 missionaries. The native force of workers is 5,694. The places of service number 
2,655. There are 1,025 organized churches with 114,649 communicants. In 1942, 7,352 members were added 
to the church rolls. The total Christian community numbers 233,030. There are 1,171 Sunday Schools and 
62,665 pupils. The educational work has 38 theological and training schools with 2,563 students and 10 
colleges with 4,850 students. Below these are 58 secondary and middle schools with 17,032 pupils, 1,010 
primary and elementary schools with 69,955 pupils. The schools of all grades are 1,114 and the total under 
instruction is 97,176. The medical statistics show that the Board has 23 hospitals and 37-dispensaries, with 
which are connected 20 physicians and 21 foreign nurses. The records show that there were 43,864 hospital 
patients and 237,289 dispensary patients. The total treatments were 807,056 or over 2,000 per day. Major 
operations numbered 4,323, and minor, 9,456. The native contributions for church work were $175,202, 
and for all purposes $619,787. 



FORM OF BEQUEST 

I give and bequeath to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions incorporated under the 
laws of Massachusetts in 1812, the sum of Dollars. 



Woman's Boards of Missions 

The reorganization of the American Board and the three Woman's Boards took place January 1, 1927. 
Each of the Woman's Boards continues as a holding company in order to care for funds and to receive lega- 
cies written in the name of the Board. 

The treasurers respectively are: Woman's Board of Missions, Mr. Frederick A. Gaskins, Miss E. Mabel 
Plumer, Assistant Treasurer, 14 Beacon Street, Boston 8; Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior, Mrs. 
W. T. Hughes, 19 South La Salle Street, Chicago 3; Woman's Board of Missions for the Pacific, Mrs. W. C. 
Blasdale, 421 Phelan Building, San Francisco 2, Calif. 



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[1943 



THE BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS OF THE 
CONGREGATIONAL AND CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

General Offices, 287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

President — Rev. Alfred Grant Walton 

yiee-Presidents — Rev. Warren Wheeler Pickett, Miss Helen Kenyon, Mr. Philip S. Suffern 

Executive Vice-President — Rev. Truman B. Douqlass 

Treasurer — Mr. William F. Fbazieb 

Secretary — Rev. Ernest M. Halliday 



Board of Directors 

Chairman — Rev. Alfred Grant Walton 
Vice-Chairman — Rev. Warren Wheeler Pickett 
Vice-Chairman — Miss Helen Kenyon 
Vice-Chairman — Mr. Philip S. Suffern 
Clerk— Rev. Ernest M. Halliday 
Ex Officiis — The President and Vice-Presidents 



directors nominated by states 



Class of 19U: 
Mr. Ronald Bridges 
Rev. Philip E. Gregory 
Rev. Harding R. Hogan 
Mrs. Elbert A. Read 
Mrs. Richard S. Rose 
Mr. Nathaniel A. Talmage 



Class of 1946: 
Mr. George Chindahl 
Mr. William C. Jones 
Rev. P. Chandler Ladd 
Mrs. J. P. Palmer 
Mrs. Theodore Richards 
Rev. William O. Rogers 



DIRECTORS-AT-LARGB 



Class of 1944- 
Mr. Donald P. Cottrell 
Miss Lucy M. Eldredge 
Mrs. Judson E. Fiebiger 
Rev. H. S. Hardcastle 
Mr. Alfred H. Hauser 
Mrs. Edward G. Hayes 
Rev. Charles C. Keith 
Mrs. John Laidlaw 
Rev. William E. McCormack 
Rev. William W. Patton 
Mrs. Charles E. Reidt 
Mrs. John C. Schroeder 



Class of 1946: 

Judge Charles B. Adams 

Rev. Rufus Ansley 

Mr. Charles Mitchell Bliss 

Rev. Daniel Bliss 

Mrs. Marion J. Bradshaw 

Pres. Carter Davidson 

Rev. Arthur D. Gray 

Mrs. Scott Haymond 

Mr. F. Rogers Parkin 

Mr. Robert Van Pelt 

Mr. Quincy W. Wales 

Rev. John C. Walker 



Church Extension Division 

General Secretary — Rev. Ernest M. Halhday 

DEPARTMENTS 

City Work: Director — Rev. Stanley U. North 

Church Building: Secretary — Mr. William Kincaid Newman (on leave) 

Town and Country Work: Director — Rev. Thomas A. Tripp 

War Emergency Work: Director — Rev. Stanley U. North 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF STATES AND DISTRICTS 

Colorado — Rev. Leon E. Grubaugh, 621 Mack Bldg., Denver 2. 

German Work — Rev. Conrad Sauer, Pastor-at-Large, 5149 Decatur St., Denver 11, Colo. 

Intermountain District (Wyoming, Utah and Southern Idaho) — Rev. Harry W. Johnson, 350 Sonna Bldg. 

Boise, Ida. 
Montana — Rev. Cloyd H. Conner, 240 Stapleton Bldg., Billings. 
North Dakota — Rev. Marvin R. Brandt, Box 177C (630J^ First Ave., N.), Fargo; Rev. Harold W. Case, 

Pastor-at-Large, Fort Berthold Indian Mission, Elbowoods. 
South Central District (Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas) — Rev. Herman H. Lindeman, 829 N. W. 13th St. , 

Oklahoma City 6, Okla. 



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South Dakota — Rev. Samuel W. Keck, Box 138, Huron. 

Southeast District (Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, W. Florida) * — Rev. David W. Shepherd, 
Pastor-at-Large, Roanoke, Ala.; Rev. W. Millard Stevens, Pastor-at-Large, 514 W. Taylor St., 
Griffin, Ga. 
Negro Churches in the South — Rev. J. Taylor Stanley, Associate Superintendent, Box 957, Greens- 
boro, N. C. 

Pastor-at-Large (Preaching Missions) — Rev. James R. CUnton, 203 E. Gowen Ave., Philadelphia 19, Pa. 

* General administration in charge of General Secretary, Ernest M. Halliday, 287 Fourth Ave., New 
York 10, N. Y. 



American Missionary Association Division 

General Secretary — Rev. Fred L. Brownlee 
Director of Race Relations — Dr. Charles S. Johnson 
Director of Schools — Miss Ruth A. Morton 

Christian Education Division 

14 Beacon St., Boston 8, Mass. 
General Secretary — Rev. Harry T. Stock 
Secretaries — Miss Merle L. Easton Rev. Oliver Powell (Chicago) 

Rev. Ralph Douglas Hyslop Rev. Paul R. Reynolds (Chicago) 

Miss Sallie A. McDermott (Chicago) Rev. Erwin L. Shaver 

Miss Mildred C. Widber 

The Laymen's Fellowship 

11 Whitney Ave., New Haven 3, Conn. 
Chairman — Mr. Donald A. Adams 

Ministerial Relief Division 

General Secretary — Rev. Frank J. Scribner 

Pilgrim Press Division 

14 Beacon St., Boston 8, Mass. 
19 South La Salle St., Chicago 3, 111. 
General Secretary — Sidney A. Weston (14 Beacon St., Boston 8) 
Editor, Advance — Rev. John R. Scotford (287 Fourth Ave., New York 10) 
Manager, Boston Book Store — Rev, John A. Harrer 
Manager, Chicago Book Store — Forrest C. Finley 

Promotion and Missionary Education 

Rev. Albert D. Stauffacher, Minister of the Missions Council 
Mrs. William H. Medlicott, Associate Executive Secretary of the Missions Council 
Miss Helen Frances Smith (Information) 
Georqe N. White (Field) 
Miss Pattie Lee Coghill (Field) 
The support of the work of The Board of Home Missions depends upon current gifts and the income 
rom invested funds. Bequests and conditional gifts are earnestly solicited. 

FORM OF BEQUEST — I give and bequeath to The Board of Home Missions of the Congregational 
and Christian Churches, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the States of Connecticut 

and New York and of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, incorporated in 1937, the sum of 

Dollars to be applied for the uses and purposes of said corporation. 

The Board of Home Missions of the Congregational and Christian Churches has been appointed as 
agent by each of the following corporations. The field work of these corporations is now administered by this 
one Board, but the original corporations are still in existence and hold title to their own assets. Any bequests, 
therefore, may run directly to these corporations. 



The American Missionary Association 

Organized in 1846. Incorporated under the laws of New York in 1862 
287 Fourth Avenue, New York City 
This Association pioneered in opening schools in the South, founding Hampton Institute, Fisk Uni- 
versity, Atlanta University, and Berea College. It still supports substantially Talladega College, Tougaloo 
College, LeMoyne College, Tillotson College and Dillard University, as well as the following schools and 
community centers: Bricks and Lincoln in North Carolina, Avery in South Carolina, Dorchester and Ballard 
in Georgia, Trinity, Lincoln and Cotton Valley in Alabama, Pleasant Hill in Tennessee, and Fessenden in 
Florida. The Association also assists financially the Congregational and Christian Churches and the Ryder 
Hospital of Puerto Rico. The Department of Race Relations under the direction of Dr. Charles 8. Johnson 
specializes in cooperative racial service and inter-racial conciliation in areas of Negro-white tensioa sad 
misunderstanding. 



20 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

FORM OF BEQUEST — I give and bequeath the sum of Dollars to The 

American Missionary Association, or its successor, incorporated by the act of the legislature of the State of 
New York in 1862 to be applied for the uses and purposes of said Association. 

The Church Extension Boards 

(Including The Congregational Home Missionary Society, The Congregational Church Building 
Society, and The Congregational Sunday School Extension Society.) 

The Congregational Home Missionary Society 

Organized in 1826. Incorporated under the laws of New York in 1871. Known up to 1893 as The American 
Home Missionary Society 
287 Fourth Avenue, New York City 
Assists in the estabUshment of new churches at strategic points, and in the support of the Christian 
ministry where local resources are meager, in an area which includes Alaska, Montana, Southern Idaho, 
Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and the Dia- 
trict of the Southeast. Its service extends both to Negro and to white groups and includes work among 
Armenians, Finns, Germans, and Czecho-Slovaks. Its fellowship and counsel are available also to state con- 
ferences and churches throughout the entire country. 

FORM OF BEQUEST — I give and bequeath to The Congregational Home Missionary Society or its 
successor, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York, incorporated 1871, 
the sum of Dollars to be applied to the uses and purposes of said Society. 

The Congregational Church Building Society 

Organized in 1853. Incorporated under the laws of New York in 1853. Known up to 1892 as The American 
Congregational Union 
287 Fourth Avenue, New York City 
Aids churches in every part of the United States by loan and grant to secure houses of worship and par- 
sonages and to conserve church properties through assistance in refinancing; also gives helpful advice re- 
garding business details, and endeavors to assist in maintaining worthy architectural standards. Since its 
organization, its "revolving funds" have aided churches to the extent of over fourteen millions of dollars, 
and parsonage loans have amounted to over a million and a half dollars additional. 

FORM OF BEQUEST — I give and bequeath to The Congregational Church Building Society or its 
successor, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York, incorporated 1853, 
the sum of Dollars to be applied to the uses and purposes of said Society. 

The Congregational Sunday School Extension Society 

Organized and incorporated under the laws of New York in 1917 
287 Fourth Avenue. New York City 

FORM OF BEQUEST — I give and bequeath to The Congregational Sunday School Extension Society. 

a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York, the sum of 

Dollars to be apphed to the uses and purposes of said Society. 

The Congregational Board of Ministerial Relief 

Incorporated under the laws of Connecticut in 1885 as the Trustees of the National Council of the Congrega- 
tional Churches, name changed to Congregational Board of Ministerial Relief in 1907 
287 Fourth Avenue, New York City 
The object of this corporation is to secure, hold, manage and distribute funds for the relief of needy 
Congregational ministers and ministers of other churches affiliated, merged or consolidated with the Congre- 
gational churches and, after their decease, for the relief of their needy families. Approximately 580 pensioners 
are carried on the rolls of the national and state boards. In 1943 the average grant to a minister was $244 
and to a widow $199. These amounts are supplemented by an annual Christmas gift and emergency grants as 
needed. 

FORM OF BEQUEST — I give and bequeath to The Congregational Board of Ministerial Relief, 

incorporated in 1907 under the laws of the State of Connecticut Dollars 

for its uses and purposes. 

Congregational Education Society 

Organized and Incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts in 1816 
14 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts 
This Society gives leadership in Christian Education in the home, church, and church school, and to 
students and colleges. Its departments include Children's Work, Junior High School, Young People's Work. 
Student Life, Leadership Education, and Family Life and Adult Work. It gathers data regarding materials 
and methods of work and makes these available to the churches through literature, correspondence and field 
service. It gives regular service to thousands of leaders in various lines of religious educational activity. 

FORM OF BEQUEST — I give and bequeath to the Congregational Education Society or its successor, 

incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in 1816, the sum of 

Dollars, to be devoted to its purposes and work. 

Women's Home Missionary Federation 

Incorporated in Kansas, October IS, 1913 
The work of the Federation, through the merger of the national societies, has been delegated to the 
Various denominational Home Boards and Commissions. Tim I'udoration continues to maintain its existence 
according to its charter, to care for its funds, and to receive gifts and legacies. President, Mrs. Mary D. 
White, 62 Irving PI.. New York 3. N. Y.; secretary, Mrs. Daniel C. Turner, 225 W, 86th St.. New York 24, 
N. Y.I treasurer, Mra. H. H. Hart, North Branford, Conn. 



1943] 



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THE ANNUITY FUND FOR CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS 

Incorporated under the laws of New Jersey, 1914 

287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

ANNUITY FUND OFFICERS 

President — Alfred C. Howell 

Vice-President — George N. Whittlesey Treasurer — William F. Frazier 

General Secretary — Frank J. Scribner Actxiary — George A. Huogins 

TRUSTEES 

Alfred C. Howell, President: George N. Whittlesey, Vice-President; Robbins W. Barstow, John T. 

Beach, Harold B. Cranshaw, James F. English,, Frederic H. Legoett, J. Watson MacDowell, 

William W. Patton, Leslie R. Rounds, Willard L. Thorp, Charles C. West. 

The Annuity Fund for Congregational Ministers provides age annuities for Congregational Christian 
ministers and incidental protection against the minister's permanent total disability occurring during the 
years of active service, and for his family in case of his untimely death. 

Its resources are derived from payments by the minister himself, contributions of churches and indi- 
viduals, legacies and conditional gifts and the distributable income of the Pilgrim Memorial Fund. 

The amount of annuity at annuity age depends on the accumulations to a member's credit. 

Assets, December 31, 1943, $9,376,958 (of which $87,573 represents Profit and Contingent Reserves); 
membership including annuitants, 3,796, a net increase during the year of 60; annuity payments, $497,569, 
an increase of $6,264. Contributions in the form of gifts and legacies are urgently needed to help in paying 
the churches' share of the annuities of the older members. The Annuity Fund for Congregational Ministers 
has an exceptional place among the private annuity funds for its soundness and its hberal benefits to mem- 
bers. 



PILGRIM MEMORIAL FUND 

Established by vote of the National Council, October 13, 1917 

287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

The principal of this fund is held in perpetuity by The Corporation for the General Council to be in- 
vested and reinvested, and the distributable income turned over to the Board of Trustees of The Annuity 
Fund for Congregational Ministers to aid in providing age annuities and disabihty annuities for Congrega- 
tional Christian ministers who become members of the Annuity Fund and death benefits for their widows 
and minor orphan children. 

The Pilgrim Memorial Fund, December 31, 1943 stood at $5,123,633, in addition to which the accumu- 
lated profits from the sale of securities, held in a Profit Reserve Account, amounted to $159,029. 

The ultimate objective of the Pilgrim Memorial Fund is $8,000,000. Legacies and memorial gifts will be 
added to the principal, as a permanent endowment. 



UNIT PLAN COMMITTEE 

(Continuing the Debt of Honor Commission) 

287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

Authorized by the General Council in June, 1942 to appeal for funds for the churches' share of the Original 

Plan annuities. 
Philip S. Suffern, Chairman; M. Russell Boynton, Ronald Bridges, Theodore R. Faville, Alfred C. 

Howell, Helen Kenyon, Mrs. Leslie R. Rounds, Ferdinand Q. Blanchard, Albert D. Stauf- 

FACHEB. 

Executive Officers: Donald A. Adams, Frank J. Scribner. 

Received in 1943: Debt of Honor, $4,335.69; Unit Plan, $149,033.47; Total ,$153,369.16. 



RETIREMENT FUND FOR LAY WORKERS 

Incorporated under the laws of New Jersey, 1930 
287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

The officers and trustees of the Retirement Fund for Lay Workers are the same as the officers and trus- 
tees of the Annuity Fund for Congregational Ministers. 

Retirement Fund for Lay Workers is devoted to the purpose of providing annuity benefits for lay work- 
ers in Congregational Christian churches, missionary societies, state conferences, colleges, hospitals or other 
institutions of any kind under Congregational Christian auspices. It is operated on a contributory basis, the 
resources being provided by annual dues payable by both employer and employe. The membership on 
December 31, 1943, was 810; assets, $673,711. 



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THE COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL ACTION 

289 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

1613 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, 111. 

Chairman — Noble Strong Elderkin 
Vice-chairman — Mrs. Frederic W. Chamberlain 
Director — Ray Gibbons 
Recording Secretary — Stanley B. Crosland 
Treasurer — Elbert A. Harvey 

John C. Bennett, Robert L. Calhoun, Mrs. Frederic W. Chamberlain, David C. Coyle, Stanley 
B. Crosland, Malcolm Dana, Noble Strong Elderkin, Mrs. William A. Gordon, Elbert A. Harvey, 
Wilmeh J. Kitchen, Frank H. Korab, Theodore K. Lawless, Mrs. Everett D. Martin, Frederick M. 
Meek, Boynton Merrill, J. S. Prentice, Robert A. Roessel, Raymond B. Walker. 

Co-opted: Ferdinand Q. Blanchard, Fred L. Brownlee, Truman B. Douglass, Frederick L. 
Fagley, Fred F. Goodsell, Douglas Horton, L. Merle Rymph, Albert D. Stauffacher, Harry T. 
Stock, Thomas A. Tripp. 



executive staff 
Ray Gibbons — Director 
Liston Pope — Editor of "Social Action" 
Kenneth Underwood — Managing Editor of "Social Action" 
James C. Flint — Director of Service Committee 
Vernon H. Holloway — International Relations Secretary 
Frank W. McCulloch — Secretary for Industrial Relations and Director of James Mullenbach Industrial 

Institute 
Shirley Greene — Director of Merom Institute ^ 

Tom Kbehn — Legislative Secretary 

The Council for Social Action was created by the General Council at Oberlin in June, 1934. The moti- 
vating spirit behind that action is clearly indicated in the words of the vote: 

"Stirred by the deep need of humanity for justice, security, and spiritual freedom and growth, aware 
of the urgent demand within our churches for action to match our gospel, and clearly persuaded that the 
Gospel of Jesus can be the solvent of social as of all other problems, we hereby vote: 

"That the General Council create the Council for Social Action of the Congregationa Jand Christian 
Churches of the United States of America. 

"That the purposes of this Council for Social Action shall be to help the churches to make the Christian 
gospel more effective in society, national and world-wide, through research, education, and action, in co-oper- 
ation with the Home and Foreign Boards, Conferences and Associations, and local churches. It is proposed 
that the Council shall increasingly co-operate with the Federal Council of Churches in the creation of a pro- 
gram which shall be genuinely interdenominational. In its research, the Council will aim to be impartial, its 
only bias being that of the Christian view of life; its educational efforts will be directed primarily toward the 
local churches but will also envisage the cultivation of public opinion; in action, the Council may, on occasion, 
intercede directly in specific situations. 

"That in launching this Council for Social Action we envisage a new kind of churchmanship which, 
enlisting the volunteer services of a group of eighteen outstanding men and women of social vision, wisdom, 
and Christian purpose, and commanding the services of five or six strong leaders in the fields of international 
relations, race relations, and economic statesmanship, will carry the campaign of education and action based 
on careful research out among our entire constituency at home and abroad. Believing that the church will 
find itself as it loses itself in the struggle to achieve a warless, just, and brotherly world, we launch this ven- 
ture, dedicating ourselves to unremitting work for a day in which all men find peace, security and abundant 
Ufe." 

The Council for Social Action invites each church to organize a local committee or council for Social 
Action and welcomes the opportunity to co-operate with such local groups in planning for the larger eSfoc- 
tiveness of the social program of the church. 

The Council for Social Action invites correspondence from ministers and laymen. 



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1943] City Organizations 25 

CITY ORGANIZATIONS 

The following organizations do missionary and extension work as indicated within their own confines 
largely in immediate co-operation with state conferences: 

City Missionary Society, 14 Beacon St., Room 602, Congregational House, Boston 8, Mass. Founded 
1816. Family Visitation, Case work and Religious Education, Camps Andover and Waldron for young 
people in Meredith, N. H, Rosemary Cottage, Eliot, Me., for underprivileged mothers and their children. 
Rev. Robert Wood Coe, D.D., president; Rev. Earl W. Douglas, M.A., executive secretary. 

Congregational Church Union of Boston and Vicinity, 14 Beacon St., Room 611, Boston 8, Mass. 
Affiliated with the Massachusetts Congregational Conference and Missionary Society. 
Rev. Ralph M. Timberlake, president. 

Chicago Congregational Union, 19 S. La Salle St., Chicago 3, 111. General work of the Church. 

•Mr. Frederick J. Newey, president; Rev. Niel E. Hansen, general director; Mr. A. W. Converse, treasurer. 
In 1943 — Income from Endowment, $12,679.46; Income from Trust Fund, $128,265.17. Disbursements, 
$145,070.45. 

Congregational Union of Cleveland, Ohio, 1006 Hippodrome Bldg., Cleveland 14, Ohio. Church aid, 
church extension, counsel, fellowship and promotion. 
Mr. R. S. Marshall, moderator; Rev. Robert Stemme, executive secretary; Mr. Henry M. Kimpel, 
treasurer. Funds, $179,872.36. Expenditures for 1943, $17,921.70. 

Congregational Association of Detroit, Mich., Forest and Woodward Aves., Detroit 1, Mich. Mis- 
sionary work and church extension. 
Rev. Robert E. Burtt, moderator; Mr. Myron C. Stowell, secretary; Mr. W. G. Clarke, treasurer; Rev. 
A. M.Meikle, superintendent. Expenditures for 1943, $12,732.99. 

City Missionary Society, 278 Farmington Ave., Hartford 5, Conn. Church extension, supervised student 
field work, training courses for volunteer leaders, summer camp for mothers and small children, high 
school work camps, and winter camping facilities for young people's groups. 
Mr.. Walter Schafer, president; Mrs. Orin R. Witter, vice-president; Mrs. W. S. Conning, secretary; Mr. 
Charles C. Russ, treasurer; Mr. W. Marlin Butts, director. 

Congregational Church Extension Society of Los Angeles, 1052 W. Sixth St., Suite 723, Los Angeles 
14, Calif. 
Mr. Philip H. Richards, president; Rev. Nelson C. Dreier, superintendent; Rev. Perry F. Schrock, secre- 
tary; Mr. Blake Franklin, treasurer. 

Minneapolis and St. Paul Congregational Unions, 429 Palace Bldg., Minneapolis 1, Minn. City exten- 
sipn work. 
Rev. Philip E. Gregory, Minneapolis president; Mr. A. D. Miller, St. Paul president; Rev. W. Ernest 
Collins, executive secretary; Mr. S. L. Taylor, 5428 Third Ave., S. Minneapolis treasurer; Mr. H. G. 
Swanson, St. Paul treasurer. Funds, $10,745. Expenditures for 1943, $582. 

New York City Congregational Church Association, Inc., 289 Fourth Ave., Room 81, New York 10, 
N. Y. Church extension added to the functions of the local association. 
Rev. Albert E. Roraback, moderator; Mr. Raymond S. Jewett, assistant moderator; Rev. Alfred E. 
Randell, executive .secretary; Miss Mabel Woodnorth, treasurer; Rev. Frederick A. Meyer, president, board 
of directors; Mi.ss Reba Fisher, office secretary. Meetings — Annual, first Thursday in November; spring, 
second Thursday in May. 

Congregational City Missionary Society of St. Louis, Mo., 6501 Wydown Blvd., St. Louis 5, Mo. Mis- 
sionary work. 
Mr. H. W. Pflager, president; Rev. Charles C. Burger, superintendent; Mr. E. H. Tenney, treasurer. 
'Funds, 1943, $4,813. Expenditures, $4,558. 

Congregational Church Extension Society of Seattle, Wash., 310 Old Times Bldg., Seattle 1, Wash. 
©hurch aid and church erection. 
Mr. Arthur P. Johnson, president; Rev. Claton S. Rice, secretary; Mr. Harold V. Smith, treasurer. 

Congregational Union of Springfield, Inc., Springfield, Mass. Church extension, interchurch relations 
and activities in the city of Springfield. The Union supervises the home missionary work in Springfield 
apd maintains a city missionary. 
Reix. Dwight L. Cart, 108 Maplewood Ter., Springfield 8, president; Mr. Sidney F. Law, 33 Greenleaf 

St., second vice-president; Miss Eunice M. Bates, 101 Princeton St., clerk; Mr. John A. Dale, 30 Mandalay 

Rd.,„treasurer; Rev. Garrett V. Stryker, 39 Mapledell St., auditor. Funds: Assets, $10,882 98. Receipts, 

$2,366.87. Expenditures for 1943, $1,242.32. Annual meeting, Jan. 31, 1944. 

Worcester City Missionary Society, 81 Beaconsfield Rd., Worcester 2, Mass. Assist churches, promote 
(»)-operative relations and programs between churches. 
Mr. Karl F. Wilson, president; Mr. E. G. Seal, treasurer; Rev. HoUis M. Bartlett, Secretary. Funds, 
$61,458.64 plus $28,192.84 Washburn Fundsof which the Society is the Trustee and may use to help churches. 
Expenditures for 1943, $2,814.64. 



26 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

OTHER CONGREGATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 



AMERICAN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

Headquarters, Congregational House, 14 Beacon Street, Boston 8, Mass. 
Organized 1853. Incorporated 1854 

OFFICERS 

President — Rev. J. Edgar Park, d. d., Norton, Mass. 

Vice-Presidents — Ethelbert V. Grabill, Jamaica Plain, Mass.; Rev. Clarence W. Dunham, Dorches- 
ter, Mass. 

Corresponding and Recording Secretary — Thomas Todd, Concord, Mass. 

Chairman of Executive Committee — Sargent H. Wellman 

Treasurer — Ralph E. Whitney 

Librarian — Rev. Frederick T. Persons 

Directors — Alfred M. Ziegler, Newtonville; Thomas Todd, Concord; Rev. J. Edgar Park, Norton; 
Ethelbert V. Grabill, Jamaica Plain; *Rev. Arthur J. Covell, Boston; Arthur H. Merritt, 
Dorchester; Rev. John H. Quint, Manchester; Rev. Enoch F. Bell, Newton Centre; Sargent H. 
Wellman, Topsfield; Rev. Clarence W. Dunham, Dorchester; Ralph E. Whitney. West Newton; 
Frank E. Bridgman, Wollaston; Rev. Morton D. Dunning, Gianby, C mn.; Ret. Carl M. Gates, 
Claremont, Cal.; Howard Wallingford, Belmont; William Alcott, Watertown; Philip S. Davis, 
Brookline; Harold S. Davis, Boston; Q. W. Wales, West Newton; E. Russell Davis, Lincoln; 
Charles A. Esty, Framingham Center; Rev. Joseph C. MacDonald, Waban; James S. Allen, Win- 
chester; Rev. Alfred J. Barnard, Roshndale; Rev. Howard E. Pomeroy, Jamaica Plain; Hugh 
Nixon, Melrose; Roy A. Hovey, Wakefield; Rev. John R. Chapman, Cambridge; Stanley C. Foote, 
Lynn; Arthur V. Getchell, Dorchester. 



To maintain, in the city of Boston, a Congregational House; to care for and perpetuate a library of 
books, pamphlets, and manuscripts, and a collection of portraits and relics of the past; to promote friendly 
intercourse and co-operation among Congregational ministers and churches, and with other denominations; 
and to do whatever else — within the limits of its charter — shall serve to illustrate Congregational history 
and promote the general interests of Congregational churches. 



membership 

The membership of the Association consists of Congregationalists who have been elected by the Direc- 
tors at any regular meeting. There are two classes of members — Life and Annual. Annual members pay 
an annual assessment of $1.00. The payment of $10 at one time by a member constitutes him a life member. 
All moneys received for membership are applied exclusively to the increase of the library. 



THE congregational HOUSE 

Was erected in 1898 (costing over $700,000) to house the Congregational Library, provide rooms at 
low cost for Congregational Missionary Organizations, the Congregational Book Store, Pilgrim Hall for 
gatherings, and Committee Rooms, and to promote the general interests of Congregational churches. 



1943] 



Other Organizations 



27 



BOSTON SEAMAN'S FRIEND SOCIETY, INC. 

Office: Sailor's Rest, 287 Hanover St., Boston 
Organized 1827. Incorporated 1829. Reorganized 1922 

On recommendation of the Commission on Missions the Society was reorganized in 1922 and became 
the sole representative for sailor work of the New England Congregational churches, and is therefore en- 
titled to a regular apportionment from them. The Society's affairs are administered by the representatives 
named below, chosen by the New England Conferences. The former organization transferred to the new 
Corporation more than $200,000 worth of real estate and other assets, including land and buildings in 
Boston and Vineyard Haven and invested funds. 

The Society is devoted to the material, social and religious welfare of seamen of all nations. Has finely 
equipped Bethels at 287 Hanover St., Boston, and at Vineyard Haven, and a reading room at Cape Cod 
Canal. The Society provides dormitory accommodations, reading and recreation rooms, pool tables, and 
games of many kinds, a canteen, shower baths, postal and banking facilities, and a check room for seamen's 
baggage. Free entertainments and religious services are held weekly. Sick, destitute and shipwrecked sailors 
are cared for. Books and magazines are placed aboard ships. 



OFFICERS 

President — Mr. Lucius E. Thayer, Boston, Mass. 
Vice-President — Rev. W. Dixon Hoao, Old Lyme, Conn. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Mr. Arthur J. Crockett, Boston, Mass. 
Clerk — Rev. M. Russell Boynton, d. d., Newton Centre, Mass. 
Chairman of Executive Committee — Rev. W. Dixon Hoag, Old Lyme, Conn. 
Field Secretary — Rev. Herbert W. Gates, d. d., Newton Centre, Mass. 



STATE representatives 



Term 

Maine expires 

Rev. Joseph O. Purdue, Bath 1944 

Rev. John F. Stearns, Auburn 1945 

Rev. Cornelius E. Clark, d. d., Portland 1946 

New Hampshire 

Rev. Paul T. Martin, Exeter 1944 

Rev. Charles E. Dunn, Claremont 1945 

Rev. Floyd G. Kinsley, Hampton 1946 

Vermont 

Rev. Walker T. Hawley, Manchester 1944 

Rev. Duncan L. Livingston, St. Albans 1945 

Rev. Clifford O. Simpson, Springfield 1946 

Massachusetts 

Mr. Harrt Ahlquist, Belmont 1944 

Rev. Kenneth R. Henley, Greenfield 1944 

Rev. Carl Knudsen, United States Navy 1944 

Rev. John H. Maddaford, Fairhaven 1944 

Rev. George L. Thurlow, Leominster 1944 
Rev. M. Russell Boynton, d. d., Newton 

Centre 1945 

Mr. William F. Farley, Waltham 1945 

Mr. Wilbur E. Rowell, Lawrence 1945 
Rev. John A. Douglas, United States Army 1945 

Rev. C. Donald Plomer, Plymouth 1945 

Mr. Charles D. Bent, Leominster 1946 

Rev. George E. Gilchrist, Quincy 1946 

Mr. Reuben Pierce, Dalton 1946 

Rev. Laurence L. Barber, Arlington 1946 

Rev. Frederick B. Noss, Andover 1946 

Rhode Island 

Mr. Warren G. Baxter, Cranston 1944 

Rev. Carl B. Bare, Newport 1945 

Rev. Richard K. Morton, Providence 1946 



Connecticut 
Rev. W. Dixon Hoag, Old Lyme 
Rev. Albert J. Lord, d. d., Meriden 
Rev. John M. Deyo, Watertown 
Rev. Harry P. Leach, Willimantic 
Dr. Douglas J. Rathburn, New London 
Rev. B. Kenneth Anthony, Waterbury 
Rev. Malcolm K. Burton, New London 
Mr. Walter F. Lester, Hamburg 
Mr. Clarence W. Bronson, New Haven 

members-at-large 

Mr. Lucius E. Thayer, Newton 

Mr. Robert F. Peabody, Marblehead 

Mr. Albert R. Sharp, Brookline 

Mr. Gardner Bates, Charlestown 

Mr. C. Campbell Patterson, Jr., Weston 

Mr. Thomas N. Perkins, Jr., Westwood 

Mr. Henry B. Prout, Brookline 

Mr. Gibbs W. Shebrill, United States Navy 

Mr. Harry H. Walker, Boston 

Mr. Joseph Allen, Vineyard Haven 

Mr. Arthur J. Conner, Exet«r, N. H 

Capt. Frank H. Peterson, Boston 

Mr. James M. Rothwell, Boston 

executive committee 



Mr. Harry Ahlquist, Belmont, Mass. 1944 

Rev. John M. Deyo, Watertown, Conn. 1944 

Rev. Paul T. Martin, Exeter, N. H. 1944 
Rev. George L. Thurlow, Leominster, Mass. 1944 

Rev. John F. Stearns, Auburn, Me. 1945 

Rev. George E. Gilchrist, Quincy, Mass. 1946 

Rev. Clifford O. Simpson, Springfield, Vt. 1946 



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Bequests should be made payable to the Boston Seaman's Friend Society, Inc. Contributions from 
churches and individuals sohcited. Contributions received on an annuity basis. 



28 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

SCHAUFFLER COLLEGE OF RELIGIOUS AND SOCIAL WORK 

Cleveland, Ohio 
A COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 
Since 1886 ' 

Under the supervision of the Congregational-Christian Home Boards, the Christian Education Division, 
having 

A distinctive purpose and reputation since 1886 for training young women for places of leadership 
toward the realization of a Christian democracy, as 

Directors of Religious Education; Church Social Workers in City Settlement and Rural Areas; Min- 
isters' Assistants and Church Secretaries and Parish Workers; Teachers in Week Day Schools of Religion 
and Vacation Bible Schools; Missionaries at Home and Abroad, and affiUated ministries. Offers: 

A Four- Year Course of Study for high school graduates (one year for college graduates) leading to 
the degree of b. s. in ReUgious Education or Social Work, through 

An excellent faculty, a cultural and career curriculum, and supervised practical field work experience, 
in the environment of a great city. 

In origin, the College is Congregational. In service. Interdenominational. In scope, Interracial and 
International. Students from 17 States and 15 denominations now enrolled from Maine to California. 

Pastors and leaders of our Congregational Christian churches: Encourage Qualified Young Women in 
Your Parishes to Prepare Now for the tasks to which we must all return, to rebuild the social order for" the 
time when this training in Rehgion at its best will be at a premium. "Patriotism isn't enough." A true 
democracy is the fruit of an adequately trained Christian leadership. 

$350 per year covers tuition, board and room, and other incidental fees. Compare such opportunities 
and costs in the great city of Cleveland, with opportunities and expenses elsewhere. Some self-help. Some 
student-loans. Some special students as non-candidates for degrees may also be enrolled. 

Fall semester of the fifty-ninth year begins about Thursday, September 14, 1944. 
The Future Is For Those Who Prepare For It Now! 

For information, Catalogue, and application for admission, write Earl Vinie, ph. d., President, 5115 
Fowler Avenue, Cleveland 4, Ohio. 



Charles D. Kepner, ph. d., Professor of Social Sciences 

Edwin A. Ralph, d. d., Professor of Philosophy, Rehgion and Music 

George P. Michaelides, ph. d.. Professor of Religious Education and Church History 

Charles A. Weed, m. a., d. d., Assistant Professor of English 

Edwin G. Baldwin, ph. d., Assistant Professor in English Literature 

John Prucha, ll. b.. Associate Professor of Social Sciences 

Goldie D. Kralik, Instructor in Group Leadership, Physical Ed., and librarian 

Mrs. William Wheeler, Instructor in Voice and Appreciation of Music 

Faith Reed, m. d., Professor in Medical Information, Social Hygiene, and College Physician 

Elva H. Evans, m. a.. Assistant Profes.sor in Social Work 

Earl Vinie, ph. d.. Instructor in Introduction to Physical Sciences 

Henry B. Ollendorff, ll. d.. Assistant Professor in Social Work 

Harry A. Lipson, m. d.. Instructor in Psychiatric Information 

HuLDAH M. Phipps, b. A., Associate Professor in Rehgious Education 

Shizuka Oye, b. 8., Mimeographing, Office Secretary 

Marie A. Jindra, Secretary to the President and Instructor in Business Methods 

Jean Starr, House Mother 



1943] Theological Seminaries 29 

ANDOVER NEWTON THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL 

Newton Centre 59, Massachusetts 

THE FACULTY 

Everett Carleton Herrick, d. d., ll. d., l. h. d., President 

Vaughan Dabney, a. m., b. d., d. d., Dean and Bartlet Professor of Sacred Rhetoric, President of the 

Andover Faculty 
WiNFRED Nichols Donovan, d. d.. Professor of Biblical Interpretation, Old Testament, Emeritus 
Richard Miner Vaughan, b. d., d. d.. Professor of Christian Theology, Emeritus 
William Jacob Cloues, b. d., Alva Woods Librarian, Emeritus 
James Percival Berkeley, b. d., d. d., Professor of Old Testament and James L. Howard Professor of 

Christian Education 
Basil Mathews, m. a., Helen Barrett Montgomery Professor of Christian World Relations 
Austin Philip Guiles, b. d., ph. d., Smith Professor of Pastoral Psychology 
Nels Fredrick Solomon Ferr£, b. d., ph. d., Abbot Professor of Christian Theology 
Charles Nathaniel Arbuckle, d. d.. Associate Professor of Preaching 

Russell Chase Tuck, s. t. m., ph. d.. Associate Professor of the New Testament, Registrar 
Herbert Johannes Gezork, ph. d., d. d., Associate Professor of Social Ethics 

John Woolman Brush, b. d., d. d., ph. d.. Associate Professor of Church History, Secretary of the Faculty 
Hugh Vernon White, s. t. m., d. d., ph. d.. Associate Professor of Theology and the Philosophy of Religion 
Robert Clyde Yarbrough, b. d., ph. d.. Associate Professor of Speech 
Thomas Sherrard Roy, d. d.. Acting Associate Professor of Speech 
Hilda Libby Ives, m. a., d. d.. Lecturer in Rural Church 
Bessie Mabel Stratton, a. m., Instructor in Religious Education 
David Ralph Maclean, Instructor in Church Music 

John Humphrey Scammon, s. t. m., cert, in l. s.. Librarian and Instructor in Greek and Hebrew 
William Walters Keys, II, b. d., Instructor in Religious Education 
Emerson Floyd Blodgett, s. t. m., ed. d.. Instructor in Pastoral Psychology 

Richard Donald Pierce, b. d., cert, in l. s.. Associate Librarian and Instructor in Church History 
Newton Alexander Merritt, d. d.. Field Work Supervisor 
Joseph Chandler Robbins, d. d., Director of Evangelism and Church Relations 
Richard Bebtrand Smith, b. d., Assistant to the President 
Walter David Knight, b. s., Special Lecturer on Presbyterian Polity 
DeWitt Gilbert Wilcox, m. d.. Special Lecturer in Hygiene 
Martin Leland Goslin, s. t. b., Special Lecturer in New Testament 
Alton Lombard Miller, ph. d.. Lecturer and Advisor in Church Administration 
George Arthur Buttrick, d. d., ll. d., litt. d., English Lecturer, 1943-44 
Douglas Horton, d. d., Southworth Lecturer, 1943-44 

Arthur Wobthington Packard, b. a., m. a. (oxon.), Lecturer on the Worcester Fund, 1943-44 
Paul Sevier Minear, b. d., ph. d., Hyde Lecturer, 1943-44 

Andover Theological Seminary has become affiliated with The Newton Theological Institution to form 
the new Andover Newton Theological School which is located at Newton Centre, in the vicinity of Boston. 
The combination of the two schools and the location, in greater Boston, make new and unusual advantages 
possible for theological students interested in taking their professional study in New England. The com- 
bined resources provide for an enrichment of the curriculum and an enlargement of the faculty. The hbrary 
facilities are unexcelled. 

The Andover Newton Theological School in affiliation with Harvard gives the students the privilege 
of taking any work in Harvard open to theological students and without additional expense. In greater 
Boston and New England are many of the oldest and most famous of the educational institutions of the 
country. As Andover Newton is in the midst of them, the students can enjoy the cultural and traditional 
advantages which bring college and professional students to Boston, not only from all over the country 
but from all over the world. 

The co-operation of the churches in the vicinity offers many opportunities where, on the basis of co- 
operative scholarships, students can make their way and at the same time gain valuable and practical 
experience. The School offers scholarship grants, as far as it is able, to students dependent upon self-support 
and seeks to aid in securing for them church positions in which service can be given in return. Special fellow- 
ships are awarded to exceptional students. 

The School grants three degrees: b. d., s. t. m., and M. r. e. The b. d. is granted after three years' study 
to students who have had a college course. The m. r. e. is granted to women students with similar prepara- 
tion after two years' study. The 8. t. m. is granted after at least a year of graduate study and the presenta- 
tion of satisfactory thesis. 

For catalog and further information address the President or the Dean. 



30 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

BANGOR THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

Bangor, Maine 

Incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts, February 25, 1814; charter confirmed by the Legisla- 
ture of Maine, February 19, 1831. 



FACULTY 

Harry Trust, d. d., litt. d.. President, Fogg Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Oratory ^ 

Warren J. Moulton, ph. d., d. d., ll. d.. President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of New Testament , 

Language and Literature i 

Calvin M. Clark, d. d.. Professor Emeritus of Ecclesiastical History and Lecturer on Congregational 
Polity and Pastoral Theology 

Charles Gordon Cumminq, ph. d., George A. Gordon Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature J 

Alfred Morris Perry, ph. d., d. d., Hayes Professor of New Testament Language and Literature ' 

Marion J. Bradshaw, m. a., d. d.. Professor of the Philosophy of Religion ! 

Andrew Banning, th. d.. Buck Professor of Christian Theology 

C. Howard Hopkins, ph. d., Waldo Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Missions ; 

Alexander D. Dodd, ph. d.. Professor of Pastoral Theology i 

Cecil J. Reynolds, b. sc, b. a., b. litt., Oxford, a. m., Instructor in English 'i 

Howard L. Flewelling, ph. d., Instructor in English Literature | 

John L. Fuller, ph. d., Instructor in Natural Sciences 

Howard L. Runion, ph. d.. Instructor in Pubhc Speaking , 

Lawrence L. Pelletier, m. a.. Harvard, Instructor in Social Sciences i 

Thelma a. Rebstock, b. a., b. l. s.. Librarian ': 



CONVOCATION WEEK LECTURERS 

Pres. Y. C. Yang, m. a., ll. d.. Lecturer on Literature and Life 

Rev. McIlyar H. Lichliter, d. d., litt. d.. Lecturer on Applied Christianity 

The Right Rev. Bishop Oliver L. Loring, Leader of the Quiet Hour 



bachelor of divinity course 
Thorough preparation for the b. d. degree, b. a. degree is prerequisite. 



junior college course 



Affiliated with the College of Liberal Arts of the University of Maine, the Seminary, with the co-opera- 
tion of the University, offers a Junior College course for earnest young men seeking to enter the ministry. 
Following the two-year course, students will be admitted to the three-year Theological course, after which 
they may enter New England Colleges \vith advanced standing for the a. b. degree. Providing required 
work at the Seminary is completed they then are given the Bachelor of Divinity degree. 

Thoroughly scholarly faculty assures high standards. 

Expenses extremely low. For catalog apply to President Harry Trust, 288 Union St., Bangor, Maine. 



19433 Theological Seminaries 31 

THE CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

5757 University Avenue, Chicago 37, Illinois 

The Chicago Theological Seminary was established in 1855 to furnish training for Christian leadership 
according to the highest academic standards. It has been a pioneer in the introduction into the theological 
curriculum of several unique features designed to meet the changing spiritual needs of succeeding generations. 
For example, Dr. Graham Taylor was called to the chair of Christian Economics when such a professorship 
was practically unknown. Recent developments have been in the fields of research in personality problems; 
in studies of the city and rural churches; in culture through art and drama, literature and music; and in the 
supervision of the practical work of students with a view to their development as leaders of the institutions 
of religion in the modern world. 

The Seminary shares in the Federated Theological Faculty of the University of Chicago, which consists 
of between thirty and forty teachers in all branches of theological studies. All students are also registered as 
university students, having full university privileges including libraries and health service. Upon approval 
by the director of studies, students may take courses in any part of the University. The degree of b. d. is 
conferred jointly by the Seminary and the University, and seminary students may also be candidates for 
the M. A. and ph. d. in the University. Open on equal terms to students of all denominations and to both 
men and women. No racial discriminations. Valuable opportunities for laboratory experience in practical 
field work are provided through the Seminary's intimate connection with the Chicago Congregational Union, 
Merom Institute in rural Indiana, and the Council for Chnical Training of Theological Students through 
which students may work in the Elgin State Mental Hospital or St. Charles School for Boys. 

This is a Congregational Christian school for the training of ministers, directors of religious education, 
missionaries and church social workers. It was founded by Congregationalists and is governed by a board of 
directors elected by a tri-ennial convention representing the Congregational Christian churches of the sixteen 
Middle Western States. The Seminary has excellent modern buildings adjacent to the University of Chicago. 
Generous provisions are available for scholarship aid and there are opportunities for self-help through part- 
time work. The Seminary will welcome names of prospective students of high school and college age and 
seeks to keep in touch with them in their undergraduate professional preparation. 

The Administrative Council, in which responsibility rests for academic administration, consists of 
Albert W. Palmer, Walker M. Alderton, Robert Cashman, Mervin M. Deems, Fred Eastman, Davis 
Edwards, Samuel C. Kincheloe, Fred Neal, James H. Nichols, Victor Obenhaus, Wilhelm Pauck, Ross 
Snyder, lieiuy Nelson Wieman, Amos N. Wilder and Daniel Day Williams. 

For further information and a catalogue with complete information about entrance requirements, 
courses, fees and Uving costs, field work and requirements for graduation, address: Albert W. Palmer, Presi- 
dent, 5757 University Avenue, Chicago 37, Illinois. 



32 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

HARTFORD SEMINARY FOUNDATION 

Hartford 5, Conn. 

President — Robbins Wolcott Barstow, d. d., ll. d., Practical Theology 

Secretary — Asa Robert Crawford 

Dean of the Foundation — Tertius van Dyke, n. d., m. a., (oxon.), Practical Theology 

Director of Residence — Mrs. Marcia J. Lowell, b. s. 

Librarian of The Case Memorial Library — Elmer J. Cook, b. litt., ph. d.. New Testament 

Registrar — Willard T. Carter, b. d. 



Lewis Hodous, d. d.. Missions in China 

George Ross Wells, ph. d.. Psychology 

Alexander Converse Purdy, ph. d., New Testament Exegesis 

Moses Bailey, s. t. m., ph. d., Old Testament 

Edwin E. Calverley, ph. d., Mohammedanism 

Edna May Baxter, m. a., b. d., Education 

E. Jerome Johanson, b. d., b. litt., (oxon.), Christian Theology 

Matthew Spinka, b. d., m. a., ph. d.. Reformation and Modern Church History 

Paul Schubert, ph. d., New Testament 

Charles G. Chakerian, b. d., ph. d.. Social Ethics 

Morris A. Steggerda, m. a., ph. d.. Anthropology 

Paul Ross Lynn, b. d., m. a., .\ssociate Professor of Practical Theology 

Newell S. Booth,- s. t. b., ph. d.. Missions in Africa 

Mbb. Katherine Van Akin Gates, m. a., b. d., Instructor in Bible 

John Ellsworth Hartzler, ph. d., Lecturer in Philosophy and Ethics 

Jay C. Field, ph. d.. Lecturer on Latin America 

Karl Loewith, ph. d., Lecturer in Philosophy of Religion 

Arthur T. Mosher, m. s.. Lecturer on Indian Agricultural Backgrounds 

J. Paul Williams, b. d., ph. d.. Lecturer, Education 

Edward Hooker Knight, d. d.. Dean Emeritus, School of Religious Education, Bible 

Charles Snow Thayer, ph. d.. Emeritus, Librarian 

Edward Warren Capen, ph. d.. Dean Emeritus, Kennedy School of Missions, Sociology 

A. J. William Myers, ph. d.. Emeritus, Education 

Elbert C. Lane, d. d., Emeritus, Hebrew and Greek 

Rockwell Harmon Potter, d. d., Dean Emeritus, Hartford Theological Seminary, Practical Theology 

Elmer E. S. Johnson, ph. d., Emeritus, Reformation and Modern Church History 

Eleanor Hope Johnson, ph. d.. Emeritus, Psychology 

Plato Ernest Shaw, ph. d., b. litt., (oxon.), Retired, Church History 

Mrs. Agnes C. L. Donohugh, m. a., f. r. a. i., Emeritus, Ethnology 

The three distinct Schools of the Hartford Seminary Foundation offer training for all forms of Christian- 
service. The thirty-acre campus with distinguished buildings gives equipment for nearly 250 courses offered 
by over fifty professors, instructors and lecturers. The Case Memorial Library of 215,000 volumes and: 
pamphlets is one of the greatest theological hbraries in the country. All classes arc open to both men and 
women. 

The Hartford Theological Seminary prepares college graduates for the ministry of the gospel. It uses 
the resources of modern scholarship in the service of the Christian faith in training for ministerial work. 
The degree of b. d. is granted for the completion with credit of the regular course. Degrees of 8. T. M. and 
PH. D. are granted for advanced work. 

The School of Religious Education trains men and women for positions of leadership in the field of Re- 
ligious education, and provides a thorough practical training for lay workers in other forms of church service. 
A two-years' course for those who have had two years of college work or are graduates of normal school 
leads to the degree of b. r. e. or b. s. For college graduates a more advanced course is offered, leading to 
m. r. e., m. a., or pu. D. 

The Kennedy School of Missions furnishes Special Missionary Preparation for missionaries, candidates 
and appointees of all Mission Boards. It has served most of the large Mission Boards of the United States 
and Canada. Its alumni are in all the great mission fields. Degrees of m. a. and ph. d. are granted for ad- 
vanced work. 

For information address the Deans of the respective Schools. 



1943] Theological Seminaries 33 

©BERLIN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY 

Oberlin, Ohio 

FACULTY 

President — Ernest Hatch Wilkins, ph. d., litt. d., ll. d. 



^Dean — Thomas Wesley Graham, d. d., Homiletics 

Francis William Buckler, m. a., m. r. a. s., 8. t. d., Church History 

Walter Marshall Horton, b. d., ph. d., s. t. m.. Philosophy of Christianity and Christian Etliics 

Clarence Tucker Craig, ph. d., s. t. b., d. d., New Testament 

Clarence Herbert Hamilton, ph. d.. History and Philosophy of Religion and Christian Missions 

Herbert Gordon May, m. a., b. d., ph. d., Old Testament Language and Literature 

Leonard Albert Stidley, b. d., d. d.. Practical Theology and Religious Education 

Orville Charles Jones, m. a., b. d., s. t. m., Practical Theology and Human Relations 

George Walter Fiske, ph. d., d. d., Professor Emeritus of Practical Theology and Religious Education 

William Foxwell Albright, Professor, Semitic Languages, The Johns Hopkins University, Haskell 
Lecturer, 194.3-44 



The Graduate School of Theology provides the opportunity for college graduates to get adequate 
training for Christian service in the ministry of the church, secretaryship of the Young Women's Christian 
Association or Young Men's Christian Association at home or abroad, for leadership in religious education 
at home or abroad and for Christian social service in city or country communities. Throughout its history, 
though independent by charter, OberUn has sustained the most friendly relationship with Congregational 
churches and work. 

Equipment — In September of 1931 the .School of Theology moved into its present quarters. It oc- 
cupies a group of buildings designed by Mr. Cass Gilbert and made possible by the generous gift of two 
friends of the School, the late Mrs. D. Willis James and Mr. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. The theological group, 
built in North Italian style, is composed of two buildings connected by cloisters to form a quadrangle. One 
of these buildings is used for classroom, chapel and administration purposes, and the other for dormitories 
for single and married students, a refectory, a library, a recreation room and a gymnasium. These buildings 
compose a quadrangle of unusual beauty and utility. Students in the School of Theology use the main 
library of OberUn College which contains 427,000 bound volumes and as many pamphlets. The Ubrary 
files include the leading secular and religious newspapers and the leading monthlies and quarterlies. The 
Oberlin library is one of the largest college libraries in the United States. The library and seminar rooms in 
the theological quadrangle house about twenty thousand of the most active books in the theological section 
and the periodicals required by the theological students. The gymnasium and recreation rooms in the 
quadrangle are well equipped for physical training and indoor games. The athletic fields and tennis courts 
of Oberhn College provide amply for outdoor exercise. 

Terms of Admission — College graduation and church membership are required. Men and women 
of any denomination or race are admitted. This year 15 denominations are represented in the student body. 

Degrees in Course — The degree of Bachelor of Divinity is granted at the completion of a course covering 
ninety semester hours of work chosen from a broad range of courses set up in a curriculum which recently 
has been restudied and revised. The degrees of Master of Arts and Master of Theology are also offered. 

Special Assets — Students in the Graduate School of Theology have the advantage of being a part of 
the student body of one of the most cosmopolitan colleges in America. They share in the university privileges 
and the scholarly standards and fine Christian ideals of Oberlin. Oberlin is a center of unique and broad 
missionary interests, and has contributed largely to the missionary forces of the Congregational Church. 
The Oberlin Conservatory of Music is one of the leading conservatories of the world, and makes available 
unusual musical advantages. Oberlin is equipped with a splendid Art Building, a fine Art Library which in- 
cludes a collection of over 60,000 stereopticon art slides. Living expense is moderate and scholarships with 
the opportunities for self-help in the community make complete self-support possible. 

For catalog and further information, address the Dean. 



34 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

YALE UNIVERSITY DIVINITY SCHOOL 

New Haven, Conn. 

Open for service, 1822. This School is undenominational, but is mentioned as having 
had a Congregational origin and early history. 

FACULTY 

Charles Seymour, ph. d., litt. d., ll. d.. President of the University 

Rev. Luther Allan Weigle, ph. d., d. d., litt. d., s. t. d., ll. d., j. u. d.. Dean of the Divinity School 
and Sterling Professor of Religious Education 

Rev. Charles Reynolds Brown, d. d., ll. d., s. t. d., l. h. d.. Dean of the Divinity School on the Justus 
S. Hotchkiss Foundation, and Pastor of the University Church, Emeritus 

Rev. Douglas Clyde Macintosh, ph. d., d. d., ll. d., Dwight Professor of Theology and Philosophy of 
Religion, Emeritus 

Rev. Frank Chamberlin Porter, ph. d., d. d., Winley Professor of Biblical Theology, Emeritus 

Rev. Henry Hallam Tweedy, d. d.. Professor of Practical Theology, Emeritus 

Rev. John Clark Archer, ph. d., Hoober Professor of Comparative Religion 

Rev. Roland Herbert Bainton, ph. d., Titus Street Professor of Ecclesiastical History 

Rev. Millar Burrows, ph. d., Winkley Professor of Biblical Theology 

Rev. Robert Lowry Calhoun, ph. d., Pitkin Professor of Historical Theology 

Rev. George Dahl, ph. d.. Holmes Professor of the Hebrew Language and Literature 

Hubert Greaves, m. a., Profes.sor of Public Speaking 

Rev. Hugh Hartshorne, ph. d.. Research Associate in Religion 

Rev. Carl Herman Kraeling, ph. d., Buckingham Professor of New Testament Criticism and Interpreta- 
tion 

Rev. Kenneth Scott Latourette, ph. d., d. d., ll. d., D. Willis James Professor of Missions and Oriental 
History and Chairman of the Department of Religion in the Graduate School 

Rev. Sidney Lovett, d. d., Woolsey Professor of Biblical Literature and University Chaplain 

Rev. Halford Edward Luccock, d. d., litt. d., Professor of Homiletics 

Rev. H. Richard Niebuhr, ph. d., Professor of Christian Ethics 

Rev. John Charles Schroeder, d. d., ll. d., Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology 

Clarence Prouty Shedd, ph. d., Stephen Merrell Clement Professor of Christian Methods 

Rev. Paul Herman Vieth, ph. d., Horace Bushnell Professor of Christian Nurture 

Raymond Phflip Morris, m. s.. Librarian of the Divinity School 

Rev. Julian Norris Hartt, ph. d., Assistant Professor of Theology 

Rev. Liston Pope, ph. d., Assistant Professor of Social Ethics on the Gilbert L. Stark Foundation 

Rev. Ralph Lee Woodward, d. d., l. h. d., Director of Religious Field Work and A.ssistant Dean of the 
■ Divinity School 



Relation to the University ■ — The Divinity School is one of the co-ordinate departments of Yale 
University. The studies are arranged in five vocational groups, each leading to the degree of b. d. These 
groups are (a) The Preaching Ministry and Pastoral Service; (b) Foreign Missionary Service; (c) Religious 
Education in Church and School; (d) Community Service Through Religious Agencies; (e) Religious Leader- 
ship in Colleges and Universities; (f) Teaching and Research in Religion. A graduate class for advanced 
study is also offered, leading to the degree of s. t. m., m. a., or ph. d. 

Opportunities for Self-Help • — The scrholarship funds of the school are used to create opportunities 
through wliich the students may receive training for their future work. 

Application for Admission — ■ Only graduates of colleges or universities of recognized .staniling are 
admitted to the School. Catalogs and forms of application for admission may be obtained by addressing 
the Dean, 409 Prospect St., New Haven 11, Conn. The next year will begin on Monday, Sept. 25, 1944. 



1943] Theological Seminaries 35 

ATLANTA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY FOUNDATION ; 

Nashville, Tennessee 

FACULTY ; 

William James Campbell, m. a., s. t. b., d. d., ll. d.. President, Professor Church History j 

Hugh Vernon White, b. d., s. t. m., ph. d., d. d., Lecturer in Missions ; 

Thomas A. Tripp, m. a., b. d., l. h. d., Lecturer in Town and Country Work ,' 



To the list of the Foundation Faculty may be added, for academic purposes, both the Faculty of Vander- 
bilt School of Religion and also others from the Faculties of Vanderbilt University whose work contributes 
to ministerial education. 

The Foundation is affiliated with Vanderbilt University, and offers every advantage of location, educa- 
tion, and self-support. 

For information write William James Campbell, President. 



HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF RELIGION 

Washington 1, D. C. 

faculty 

Mordecai Wyatt Johnson, b. d., s. t. m., d. d., ll. d.. President 1 

William Stuart Nelson, b. d., ll. d.. Dean of the School of Religion and Professor of Christian Theology 

Howard W. Thurman, b. d., d. d., Professor of Christian Theology and Dean of the Chapel .< 

J. Leonard Farmer, s. t. b., ph. d., d. d.. Associate Professor of Biblical Interpretation ! 

William E. Carrington, b. d., b. t. m., m. a., Assistant Professor of Religious Education '. 

♦Horace J. Nickels, b. a., m. a.. Assistant Professor of Church History 

J. Calvin Keene, ph. d.. Assistant Professor in the History and Philosophy of Religion j 

Charles C. King, a. b., b. d.. Instructor in Old Testament ^ 

John Edward Bentley, m. r. e., th. d.. Instructor in Religious Education 

Robert William Brooks, m. a., b. d.. Instructor in Church History and Public Speaking 

Campbell Carrington Johnson, s. b., ll. b.. Instructor in Social Service .J 

Bessie Helena Mayle, a. b., m. a.. Instructor in Religious Education 

Ernest C. Smith, b. d., d. d.. Instructor in Religious Education J 

Richard H. Edwards, m. a.. Visiting Professor in Practical Theology and Religious Education ] 

Hugo Schifp, ph. d.. Special Lecturer in Old Testament i 

Relation to Howard University — The School of Religion is one of the ten schools and colleges of :i 

Howard University. i 

Degrees — It offers work leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Arts in Re- ; 

ligious Education. College graduation is a requirement for admission. ■; 

Grants in aid are provided for students on the basis of need. Scholarships are available for students in ■ 

courses making superior records. J 

"Visiting, 1943-1944. j 

YANKTON COLLEGE SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY 

Yankton, South Dakota 

Established in 1932, by the merger of Redfield College with Yankton College, as the training school 
for the ministry of the German Congregational churches in the United States. The School is an integral 
part of Yankton College. A five-year course of study in the liberal arts and theology leads to the degrees of 
A. B. and th. b. 

1 
faculty 

Edward Sayler, m. a., b. d., Dean, Professor of Sociology, and Lecturer in New Testament 
George J. Eisenach, b. d.. Professor of Church History, and Lecturer in Pastoral Theology 
Wolfgang Liepe, ph. d., Professor of German Language and Literature, and Lecturer in Art 
Clay E. Palmer, m. a., b. d., d. d., Part-time professor of Theology 



36 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

PACIFIC SCHOOL OF RELIGION 

Berkeley 4, Calif. 
Founded by Congregationalists in 18C6, Pacific School of Religion has been interdenominational since 
1912. Four other denominational theological seminaries are situated near-by, making the Bay Area one of 
the major centers of theological education in this country and greatly enriching the opportunities for theo- 
logical study and student fellowship. 

FACULTY 

Arthur Cushman McGiffert, Jr., m. a., b. d., d. d., President 
Herman F. Swartz, m. sc, d. d., ll. d.. President Emeritus 

John Wright Buckiiam, b. a., d. d.. Professor Emeritus of the Phil sophy of Religion and Christian Theology 
Dorothy I. Felter, b. a., cert, in librarianship. Acting Librarian 
BuELL Gordon Gallagher, b. d., ph. d., d. d.. Professor of Christian Ethics 
Jay Stillson Judah, b. a.. Librarian (on leave of absence for the duration) 

Chester Charlton McCown, b. d., ph. d., d. d., Professor of New Testament Literature and Interpreta- 
tion, and Director of the Palestine Institute 
James Muilenburg, m. a., ph. d., l. h. d., Professor of Old Testament Literature and Semitic Languages 
Hugh Vernon White, s. t. m., ph. d., d. d., Professor of Christian Theology and World Christianity 
George Tolover Tolson, m. a., b. d., d. d.. Professor Emeritus of Church History 
George Huntston Williams, b. a., b. d.. Associate Professor of the History of Christianity 
Herman E. Wornom, m. a., Supervisor of Student Field Work and Assistant Professor of Religious Educa- 
tion 

A. Raymond Grant, d. d., Lecturer in Homiletics 

Vere V. LoPER, D. D., Lecturer in Ministerial Practice 

Mabel Hill Redfield, m. a., Lecturer in Sacred Music 

Frederick Spiegelberg, ph. d., Visiting Lecturer in History of Religion 

Joseph Carson Wampler, m. a., Curator, Palestine Institute (now serving in the Army) 

special staff 

For the Program of Training for Post-War Rehabilitation Abroad 

Arthur L. Swift, b. d., m. a., ph. d., on leave of absence from Union Theological Seminary. New York, 

Director 
Charles A. Stanley, b. d., d. d., Co-ordinator of the China Section 
Thaddeus Hoyt Ames, m. d., Lecturer on Counselling 

Walter Friedlander, ph. d., Lecturer in Social Welfare, University of California 
Martin Hall, Lecturer on Central European Culture and Ideology 
Walter Kotsciinig, ph. d., Professor of Comparative Education, Smith College 
Carl Landauer, ph. d.. Professor of Economics, University of California 
Enrico Molnar, Instructor in German 
Frank Munk, ph. d., Lecturer in Economics, University of CaUfornia 

For information regarding the Program of Training for Post-War RehabiUtation Abroad, write to the 
Director, Dr. Arthur L. Swift, or to the office of the School, 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley 4, Calif. 

Pacific School of Religion is adjacent to the University of California, the libraries and the courses of 
which institution are of great service to the students of this School. 

Pacific School of Religion trains men and women for the pastorate and religious education. 

A College degree or its equivalent is required for admission. Apply for information concerning degrees 
and advanced courses. 

The E. T. Earl Foundation brings eminent leaders and scholars to the School for special lectures 
and conferences. 

The Palestine Institute is a laboratory for Biblical studies, employing among other resources the 
noteworthy archaeological treasures being recovered from the explorations made by Dr. Bade at Teli-en 
Nasbeh, and by Dr. McCown in Transjordania. 

Pacific School of Religion is on the accredited list of the American Association of Theological Schools. 

The location of the School is wonderfully beautiful, and the climate is even, cool, and stimulative, 
favorable for study during the entire year. 

Seventy-ninth year begins with the Autumn Quarter 1944. 

ADDRESSES OF OTHER CONGREGATIONAL AND 
CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS 

Congregational Board of Pastoral Supply 

Maintained by the Congregational Christian Conferences of the New England States. 

Executive Secretary: Rev. Horace F. Holton, d. d., 14 Beacon St., Boston 8, Mass. 
The. Christian Publishing Association 

Manager: Mr. Tom B. Radabaugh, 123 S. Ludlow St., Dayton 2, Ohio. 
New York Congregational Home for the Aged 

Serving the Greater New York area. Chairman: Mrs. Garrett V. S. Ryerson, 123 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn 

26, N. Y. 
The Christian Orphanage 

Agency of the Southern Convention of the Congregational Christian Churches. Superintendent: Mr. 

Charles D. Johnston, Elon College, N. C. 
Granger Homestead, Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Home for aged Congregational ministers. Correspondent: Rev. Frank J. Scribner, d. d., 287 Fourth 

Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 



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NECROLOGY 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 

MINISTERS WHOSE DEATHS WERE REPORTED 

DURING THE YEAR 1943 

In many cases further information is on file in the office of the General Council. This 
may be had on request. 

Abbott, Alfred Maurice, h. Brecon, Ohio, Apr 24, 18.59. ord. ME, Barbourville, Ky, Oct 12, 1890; 
entered Cong fellow.ship. 1909. p. ME pastorates in Ky & Ohio, 1890-190.5; Elgin, Neb (ME), 1905-C; 
Crawford, Neb (ME), 1906-7; Blair, Neb, 1909-10; Hay Springs & Crawford, Neb, 1910-1; Portland, Ore 
(sup), 1911-2. m. Flora A Storv, Hillsboro, Ky, 1885; 2 sons, L Virgil, Walden B (d). d. Portland, Ore, Mar 
17, 1943. 

Abrams, Henry Hedden, 6. Sheboygan, Wis, July 13, 1856. ed. Iowa Univ, BA, 1882; Yale Divin 
Sch, 1883-4. ord. Disciples of Christ, Concord, Minn, Oct 15, 1882, entered Cong fellowship 1913. p. Boulder, 
Colo (Disc); Manhattan, Minn (Disc); Pasadena, Cal (Disc); Centerville, Iowa (Disc); Marion, Iowa 
(Disc); Marshalltown, Iowa (Disc); Indian Valley, Ida, 1913-6; White Salmon, Wash, 1917-8; Steilacoom, 
Wash, 1918-9; Willow Lawn and Moxee City, Wash, 1922-6. m. Alta Dewey, Kans, 1882 {d. 1943); 1 dau, 
Adah Lauvae (.Anderson), d. Anacortes, Wash, July 21, 1942. 

Adams, Clinton Baltzell, 6. Baltimore, Md, Mar 4, 1872. ed. Baltimore City Coll; Johns Hopkins 
Univ. ord. Cong, Park cli, Philadelphia. Pa, Mar 31, 1896. p. Park ch, Philadelphia, Pa, 1896-1942. m. Julia 
Frances Cascaden, Philadelphia, Pa, 1904; 2 ch. Mrs. Karl E Zener, John Clinton Adams, d. Drexel Hill, 
Pa, June 4, 1943. 

Adams, William Cusliing, 6. Searsport, Me, Sept 0, 1871. ed. Bowdoin Coll, grad 1897; Bangor 
Theol Sem, grad 1890; Harvard Div Sch, BST, 1900. h. degree, DD, Bangor Theol Sem, 1939. ord. Cong. 
Gorham, NH, Oct 19, 1897. p. Andover, Me, 1897-8; Island Falls, Me. 1898-9; Gorham, NH, 1900-2; 
Barnstable, Mass (Unit), 1904-8; Dover, NH (Unit). 1908-11; Rochester, NH (Unit), 1924-34. other act. 
Wrote articles on Ijiography, history, genealogj^, & literature; mem. International Longfellow Soc; mem, 
American Soc of Cliurch History, pub. Johnathan Edward Adams & Maine Congregationalism, 1933. d. 
Bangor, Me, Jan 31, 1943. 

Adourian, Setrak N, 6. Caesarea, Turkey, Nov 18, 1873. ed. Anatolia Coll, Turkey, BA, 1895; 
grad study in Armenian monastery in Turkey; Moody Bible Inst. ord. Armenian Cong, Philadelphia, Pa, 
Jan 2, 1936. p. Armenian ch, Camden, NJ, 1936-42. m. Lenouhi Boyajian, Caesarea, Turkey, 1898; 5 ch, 
Mrs. Calvin Jaubojian, Mrs. Edward H Bedrossian, Mrs. Hampton S Kalyn, Edward N, John C. d. Wil- 
liamstown. NJ. Aug 30. 1942. 

Adrlance, Samuel Winchester, 6. St Louis, Mo. Jan 9, 1853. ed. Dartmouth Coll, BA. 1873; An- 
dover Newton Theol Sem, 1874-6; Princeton Theol Sem, grad 1877. ord. Presb, May 22, 1877; entered 
Cong fellowship, 1880. p. Lloyd ch, Highland, NY (Presb). 1877-80; Woodfords ch, Portland, Me, 1880-4; 
Highland ch, Lowell, Mass, 1884-91. other act. First sec of United Soc of Chr Endeavor, 1885-90; class sec of 
Alumnae of 1873, Dartmouth Coll, for 60 yrs; compiled first Chr Endeavor Hymn Book; wrote poems & 
hymns, m. Lizzie P Whitcomb, Concord. Mass, 1877; 3 ch, William (d), Robert Irving, Margaret Winchester 
(Withington). d. Concord. Maiss. Dec 19. 1943. 

Anderson, Carl Julius, b. Falkenberg. Sweden, Apr 2. 1861. ed. Chicago Theol Sem, grad 1892. 
ord. Swed Cong, Cromwell, Conn, Aug 1893. p. East Norwalk. Conn, 1893-4; Proctor, Vt. 1894-1902; 
Orange. Mass, 1902-5; Washington Depot, Conn, 1906-9; East Norwalk, Conn. 1909-11; Watervliet, NY, 
1911-20; Johnsonburg, Pa, 1920-42. m. Tekla Josephine, Chicago, 111, 1892; 4 ch, Gideon (d). Ruth, Paul, 
'Vivian, d. Johnsonburg, Pa, Mar 20. 1942. 

Bailey, Henry Lincoln, b. Brattleboro. Vt. May 8. 1865. ed. Middlebury Coll. Vt. BA & MA, 1886; 
Hartford Theol Sem, BD, 1889. h. degree, DD, Middlebury Coll, 1924. ord. Cong, Franklin, NY, Aug 
13, 1889. p. Middletown Springs, Vt, 1891-1901; Longmeadow, Mass, 1901-17. other act. My. ABCFM to 
India, 1889-91; sec. Mass Cong Conf. 1908-28; regis. Mass Cong Conf & My Soc, 1928-34; prea. Conn Val- 
ley Cong Club. 1908-9; sec & treas, Conn Valley Cong Club. 1932-43; mod. town of Longmeadow, Mass, 
1918-43; pres, Longmeadow Historical Soc, 1901-8, 1919-28; trustee, Hartford Theol Sem, 6 yrs; pres. asso 
alumni of Middlebury Coll, 1931; editor of Weekly Springfield Republican, 1918-26; book reviewer for 
newspaper, 27 jts; editor & compiler of Hartford Theol Sem catalog, 1927; writer for "The Congregational- 
ist"; cataloged & moved the old Town Library; necrologist of alumni of Hartford Theol Sem. m. Nelle 
Clute, Schroon Lake, NY, 1889; no ch. d. Longmeadow, Mass, Jan 26, 1943. 

BaUou, William John, b. Wallingford, Vt, June 18, 1871. ed. Amherst Coll. 1893-4; Brown Univ. 
BA. 1897; Hartford Theol Sem. BD, 1900. ord. Presb, Boston, Mass, Dec 16, 1906; entered Cong fel- 
lowship 1916. p. Litchfield, NH (Presb), 1905-8; Ludlow and Tyson, Vt, 1908-20; Chester, Vt, 1920-43. 
other act. Teacher, Tougaloo Coll, Miss, 1900-4; YMCA, Brest. France, 1918-9; mem, Bd of Dir, Vt Cong 
Conf, many years; Chaplain. Masonic Grand Lodge of Vt; Grand Master 1936-8. m. Anna Mary Bingham. 
West Cornwall, Vt, 1904; 1 son, William Seth Ballou. d. Boston, Mass, Mar 4, 1943. 

Barber, Jerome Milton, 6. near Lickly Corners, Hillsdale Co, Mich, Feb 17, 1851. ord. Cong, 
Hood View ch, Wilsonville, Ore. Aug 30, 1893. p. Hood View ch, Wilsonville, Ore, 1893-1904; Butteville. 



40 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

Ore, 1893-1004; Hillside cli, Forest Crove, Ore, 1904-25; Reaverton, Ore, 1901-8; (laston, Ore, 1909-11; 
Bethel ch, Woodhurn, Ore, 1910-8; Hoo.l View ch, Sherwood, Ore, 1920-C. m. Ella A Gardner, 1875 (d); 1 
son, William H (d): m. Dora Bell Read, 1882 (d. 1929). d. Forest GroVe, Ore, Sept 19, 1943. 

Bartlett, Ernest Clark, b. Woburn, Mass, Apr 18, 1865. ed. Williams Coll, BA, 1892; Andover Newton 
Theol Sch, BD, 1895. ord. Cong, Central ch, Chelmsford, Mass, Mar 12, 1896. p. Central ch, Chelmsford, 
Mass, 1894-1903; Bethany ch (.John Chambers Mem), Philadelphia, Pa (Presb). 1903-9; Dracut Center, 
Mass, 1909-19; Orange City, Fla, 1919-20; John Chambers Mem ch, Philadelphia, Pa (Presb) (2nd pas). 
1929-41. m. Clemantine A Sheldon, Chelmsford, Mass, 1898; 2 dau. Anna Batchelder, Katherine Clark, d. 
Philadelphia, Pa, June 27, 1943. 

Bassler, Henry George, 6. Staten Island, NY, Jan 1, 1870. ed. Bangor Theol Sem, grad 1899. ord. 
Cong, Vasselboro, Me, Oct 30, 1900. p. Vasselboro, Me, 1900-1; Washington Mills, NY, 1902-4; Acton, 
Me, 1905-7; Perry, Me, 1907-12; Millbridge, Me, 1912-4; New Sharon, Me, 1915-7; Northbridge, Mass, 
1923-5; Chatham, Mass, 1927-9; Immanuel ch. West Pittsfield, Mass, 1929-32; East Taunton, Mass, 
1933-40. m. Fannie May, Wellesley, Mass, 192C; no ch. d. Taunton, Mass, Nov 24, 1943. 

Bixler, James Wilson, 6. Hanover, Pa, Feb 28, 1861. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1882, MA, 1887; Yale 
Divin Sch, BD, 1887; Hooker fellow Yale Divin Sch, 1888-9. h. degree, DD, Roanoke Coll, Va, 1903. ord. 
Cong, North ch, Haverhill, Mass, Nov 13, 1889. p. North ch, Haverhill, Mass, 1889-91; Second ch, New 
London, Conn, 1891-1916; Exeter, NH, 1918-36, p.em, 1936-43; Brentwood, NH (sup), 1937-43. other act. 
Prof Biblical & Chr Theol, Atlanta Theol Sem, Tenn, 1916-8; mem, NH House of Rep, 1925-9; mem, NH 
Senate, 1933-5; overseer. Charitable Fd of Amherst Coll; pres, Exeter Home for Aged; corp mem, ABCFM; 
mem, Bd of Dir, Cong Bd of Pas Supply, 1927-33; pres, Exeter ministerial asso. m. Elizabeth Seelye, Am- 
herst, Mass, 1891 (d. 1894); 1 son, Julius Seelye: to. Mabel Seelye, Amherst, Mass, 1898 (d. 1919); 3 ch, 
Elizabeth Seelye, James Wilson Jr, Herbert Edwards: to. Clara Matilda Burleigh, South Berwick, Me, 1921. 
d. Exeter, NH, Aug 22, 1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Blodgett, Ernest Alvin, b. Central City, Iowa, Sept 3, 1876. ed. Grinnell, Iowa, BA, 1900; Oberlin Sch 
Theol, 1 yr. ord. Cong, Flagler, Colo, Aug 5, 1909. p. Flagler & Arriba & Bovina & Fondis & Thurman, Colo, 
1905-10; Highland Lake, Colo, 1910-2; & Whitewater (Com), Colo, 1912-5; Fruita, Colo, 1913-4; Platte 
Valley & Henderson, Colo, 1915-9; Cactus Ridge (Com) & Derby (Com), Colo, 1915-9. other act. Ch, 
Denver Co Farm, 1915-9; teacher & principal in high schools, Colo, 1920-42; scribe, Colo Cong Conf, 1910. 
m. Edna Lee Gotten, Flagler, Colo, 1907; 1 dau, Margaret Grace (Kosley). d. Colorado Springs, Colo, 
Dec 17, 1942. 

Bodman, Frederick Harlan, 6. Toledo, Ohio, Aug 23, 1870. ed. Wooster Coll; Amherst Coll, 1897-9. 
ord. Cong, Colerain City, Mass, May 27, 1895. p. Colerain City, Mass, 1894-6; First ch, Rockford, 111, 
1899-1905; Independent (now First) ch. Battle Creek, Mich, 1906-12. other act. In business, 1913-30. 
TO. Janet Elizabeth Henderson, Wooster, Ohio, 1893; 1 dau, Margaret Elizabeth (Forrester) (d. 1932). d. 
St. Petersburg, Fla, June 3, 1943. 

Bosworth, Anthony R, 6. Portland, Ind, Dec 30, 1862. ed. Union Chr Coll, Ind, BA, 1905, M.\— ; 
Eastern Ind Normal Sch. ord. Chr, Portland, Ind, 1892. p. Enon, Oliio, 1896-7; LeGrand, Iowa, 1897-1900; 
Onarga, 111, 1901-5; Villa Ridge, 111, 1905-7; Flasher, ND, 1908-10; Elgin & Freda & Leipzig & New Leip- 
zig, ND, 1912-3; Regent & First ch & Prairie Chape', Graber, ND, 1913-7; Beach, ND, 1917-9; Flasher, 
ND (2nd pa.s), 1919-20; Velva & Sawyer, ND, 1924-6; Pettibone, ND, 1932-43. other act. Supt. public sch, 
Raleigh, ND, 1922-4; evangel, 1927-30. to. Bertha Needham, Newton, 111, 1905; 4 ch, Mary Estella (Chris- 
topherson). Frank Needham, Esther Lucile (Leach), Clifton Mills (d). d. Regent, ND, Oct 15, 1943. 

Boult, William Thomas, b. Ballyshannon, Ire, Feb 14, 1886. ed. Lafayette Coll, 1905-6; Union 
Theol Sem, grad 1913. h. degree, LL D, Piedmont Coll, 1937. ord. Cong, Eaton, NY, Jan 16, 1908. p. Eaton 
& Spring Valley, NY, 1908-13; Bound Brook, NJ, 1013-20; Bedford Park ch, New York, NY, 1923-6. 
other act. In banking bus, Scrantnn, Pa, 1920-22; finan sec, Cong Bd of Ministerial Relief, 1922-3; treas, 
Cong Bd of Ministerial Relief, & Annuity Fd & affiliated corps & Corp of Cong National Council, 1923-43 ; 
treas, Bd of Home Missions of Cong Chr chs, 1931-43; YMCA lee, France, 1917-8, 1919-20; mem, Interch 
World Movement, 1920; trustee, Talladega Coll, Ala, Am Coll, Madura, India, Piedmont Coll, Ga, Touga- 
loo Coll, Miss, LeMoyne Coll, Tenn. to. lola Slator, Brooklyn, NY, 1900; 2 dau, lola Slator (French), 
Myrtle Matilda (Heuer). d. Mount Vernon, NY, Mar 19, 1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Briggs, Leslie Burdette, b. Attica, Lapeer Co, Mich, Mar 3, 1877. ed. Upper Iowa Univ; YMC.V 
Coll, Chicago, 111, grad; Coll of Pacific, BL, 1905; Univ of Cal, BL, 1907, ML, 1908; Pacific Sch of Religion, 
BD, 1908; Yale Univ, grad study, 1008-9. ord. Cong, Berkeley, Cal, Jane 1908. p. Second ch, Oakland, Cal, 
1909-10; Be hany ch, San Francisco, Cal, 1910-2; Santa Cruz, Cal, 1912-6; First ch, Milford, Conn, 1917- 
25. other act. Ext work in Adult Ed, Columbia Univ, 1925-34; probation officer in Los Angeles Co, 1936-42 ; 
YMCA sec, 1902-3; ch, Red Cross Hospital, France, 1918-9; trustee. Pacific Sch of Religion, m. Mary 
Louise Lent, Port Huron, Mich, 1908; 2 ch, Leslie Proctor (d), Mary Elizabeth, d. Eagle Rock. Los Angeles. 
Cal, Sept 18, 1942. 

Brodie, Andrew Melrose, b. Aurora, Ont, Canada, Aug 12, 1858. ed. Guelph Coll Inst; Chicago 
Theol Sem, BD, 1888. h. degrees, DST, Olivet Coll, 1896; DD, Berea Coll, 1902. ord. Cong, Columbia ch, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 5, 1888. p. Columbia ch, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1888-91; Manistee, Mich, 1891-1901: 
Union ch, Hinsdale, 111, 1901-3; Watertown, NY (Pre,sb), 1906-12; Wichita, Kan (Presb), 1912-9; NY 
Ave ch. Washington, DC (Presb) (asso), 1935-6; Mt Dora, Fla (Comm), 1937-9. other act. Supt, 111 Cong 
Home My Soc, 1903-6; YMCA comm on War & Religious Outlook, Paris, 1919; nat'l rep. Near East 
Relief, 1919; leader American Good Will del to Near East, 1923; lecturer, m. Charlotte J Moore, Chicago, 
111, 1888; 3 ch. Donald, Charlotte (d), Clarence (d). d. Hinsdale, 111, Feb 20, 1943. (See Who's Who in Amer- 
ica.) 



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Brown, Henry Weldon, Sr, 6. Yanceyville, NC, Nov 23, 1865. ed. Talladega Coll, grad 1901; Talla- 
dega Sem, grad 1902. ord. Cong, Talladega, Ala, July 21, 1901. p. Cbildersburg, Ala, 1901-8; Haywood & 
Lockville, NC, 1908-14; Pittsboro, NC, 1908-10; Dry Creek & Pekin, NC, 1914-7; Haw River & Mebane, 
NC, 1917-27; Strieby & Salem, NC, 1927-37. other act. Teacher, Haywood, NC, 1912-4, Dry Creek, NC, 
1915-6, Mebane, NC, 1918-27, Strieby, NC, 1928-36. m. Eunice Ivinsey, Charlotte, NC, 1910; 4 ch, Ora 
Inez, Henry Weldon Jr, Aaron Gilbert (d), LawTence Odell. d. Charlotte, NC, Dec 22, 1943. 

Buell, Seth Herbert, 6. Plymouth, Conn, Apr 26, 1875. ed. Conn Agr. Coll, B Agr, 1894; Oberlin 
Coll, BA, 1900; Yale Divin Sch, BD, 1903. h. degree. DD, Drury Coll, 1922. ord. Cong, Ravenna, Neb 
Oct 6, 1903. p. Ravemia, Neb, 1903-8; Grand Island, Neb, 1908-13; Texarkana, Ark, 1925-8; Compton 
Hill ch, St. Louis, Mo, 1928-43. other act. Supt, Cong SS & Pub Soc for Neb. 1913-8; lee on Rel Ed, Drury 
Coll, 1918-25; mod. Mo Cong Conf, 1924-5. pub. Eva Abigail Smith, a Child of the Nebraska Frontier, 
1941. m. Eva Abigail Smith, Ravenna, Neb, 1905; 2 ch, Carleton Eugene, Katherine Alberta Mayhew. 
d. St. Louis, Mo, Jan 1, 1943. 

Burnham, David Elmer, b. Essex, Mass, Sept 14, 1866. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1896, MA, 1904; 
Andover Newton Theol Sch, STB, 1900. ord. Cong, Lovell, Me, Jan 16, 1902. p. Lovell, Me, 1901-2. other 
act. In bus, 1902-28. 7n. Nina F. Bean, Albany, Me, 1920; no ch. d. North Andover, Mass, Mar 21, 1943. 

Butler, Elmer Wells, 6. Payson, 111, June 27, 1859. ed. Illinois Coll, Jacksonville, 111, grad 1880; 
Cliieago Theol Sem, grad 1883. ord. Cong, Griggsville, 111, May 10, 1883. p. Mayville, ND, 1883-4; Mitchell, 
Iowa, 1884-6; Leeds & Windsor, Wis, 1886-92; Denver, Colo. 1893-4; Melbourne, Fla, 1894-1900; Or- 
mond, Fla, 1900-7; Tliorsby, Ala, 1913-4. other act. Supt, Cong SS & Pub Soc for Ala. Miss, & Tenn, 1907- 
13; asst supt Cong Home My Soc, for Ala, Miss, & West Fla, 1907-13; bus mgr & treas, Thorsby Institute, 
Ala, 1913-38; regis & treas, Fla Cong Conf; s'lpt & regis, Ala Cong Conf. Jii. Carrie Tupper, Ontario, 111, 
1884 (d. 1904); 1 son, Clarence Tupper: m. Jennie Tupper, Ormond, Fla, 1905; 3 ch, Margaret B (Aber- 
crombie), Dorothy B (Smith), Richard H (d). d. Canandaigua, NY, Apr 11, 1943. 

Camp, Edward Chapin, 6. Springfield, Mass, May 18, 1865. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1889; Union 
Theol Sem, 1891-2; Andover Newton Theol Sch, grad 1894. ord. Cong, Worthington, Mass, Oct 10, 1894. 
p. Worthington, Mass, 1894-9; Whitman, Mass, 1899-1906; Watertown, Mass. 1906-43. other act. Trustee, 
Watertown pub lib. 1914-42; mem, Watertown bd of ed for 7 yrs; trustee, Andover Newton Theol Sem, 
1932-43; pres, Amherst alumni, class of '89; ch. Masonic order, m. Elizabeth Evangeline Williams, Spring- 
field. Mass, 1895 {d. 1928); 1 dau, Harriet Foote (Keene): m. Mabel Tucker Badger, Quincy, Mass, 1932. 
d. Waltham, Mass, Apr 11, 1943. 

Carmean, Joseph Milton, b. Merom, Ind, July 31, 1801. ed. Union Chr Coll, Merom, Ind. ord. S 
Wabash Chr Conf, Brockville ch, Newton, 111, 188^. p. Mt. Gilead & Newton & Sugar Creek, 111. 1889-91; 
Winterset, Iowa, 1896-8; Lake City, Iowa. 1902-3; Christian Temple & Sandy Creek. Ill, 1903-5; Lamotte 
& Sugar Creek, 111, 1903-6; Hardensville & Mt. Gilead, 111, 1906-8; Mt. Gilead, 111, 1920-2; Shiloh & South 
Bend, 111, 1923-4; Mt. Gilead, 111. 1924-6; Glenwood & Willow Prairie, 111, 1926-8; Forest Ridge, 111, 1929- 
31. m. Lucy Ada Bliss, 1865 (d. 1936); 4 ch, Nellie Mae, Tasso (d). Bliss Anson, Floris Henry, d. Clinton, 111, 
Fob 8, 1943. 

Carmichael, Harvey, b. Spencerville, Ont, Canada. May 6, 1869. ed. Queens Univ. Kingston, Ont, 
MA, 1897; Hartford Sch of Pedagogy, PhD, 1922. ord. Presb, Dunbar, Ont, June 20, 1898; entered Cong 
fellowship, 1926. p. Dunbar & Colquhoun, Ont (Presb), 1898-1905; Richmond & Melbourne, Que (Presb), 
1905-12; Scarboro & Wexford, Ont (Presb), 1912-9; Cromwell, Conn, 1919-29; Whitby & Pickering, Ont 
(Presb), 1931-9. other act. Prin, high sch, Coaticook, Que, 1929-31; chaplain of Masonic Grand Lodge of 
Quebec, 1912. m. Ehzabeth Weir White, Spencerville, Ont. 1898 (d); 1 dau, Margaret Isabel (Oldham): 
m. Adele Lillian Miller. Richmond, Que, 1910; 1 son, Ralph Miller, d. Toronto, Ont, June 11, 1943. 

Catt, Homer Day, 6. Willow Hill, 111, June 12, 1860. ord. S Wabash Chr Conf, Trimble. Ill, Oct 1889. 
p. Mt. Olive, 111, 1898-1901. 1902-4; Brockville & New Hope. Ill, 1904-6; Willow Prairie, 111. 1904-7, 1915- 
21; Winteroad, 111. 1905-6; New Hope & Bethlehem & Mt. Zion, 111. 1908-9; Shiloh, 111. 1908-10; Pleasant 
Valley. 111. 1909-10; Glenwood, 111, 1911-2; Mt. Olive, 111, 1912-4. 1915-7; Burnt Prairie, 111, 1915-7; 
Berlin. 111. 1921-3; Bible Chapel, 111, 1924-6; Brockville, 111, 1927-8. m. Mary Ann Keeler, Willow Hill, 
111, 1878 (d); 8 ch, James A, Lester A, Mabel D, Daniel F, Homer D, Vania M, Albert W, Orval A. d. 
Robinson, 111, Jan 1, 1943. 

Chllds, James Hobart, b. Gilmanton Iron Works, Nil, May 25, 1847. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1869; 
Andover Newton Theol Sch, gratl 1875. ord. Cong, South Byfield ch, Newbury, Mass, Oct 7, 1875. p. South 
Byfield ch, Newbury, Mass. 1875-81; Wenham. Mass, 1881-4; Northbridge Center, Mass. 1884-1908; 
Rockdale ch. Northbridge, Mass, 1884-96; North Rochester & Lakeville. Mass, 1908-12; Heath, Mass, 
1912-23; Pelham, Mass, 1923-5. other act. Prin, high sch, Necedah, Wis. 1869-72. m. Mary J Bailey, 
Necedah. Wis. 1871; 3 sons, Rufus (d), Irving Hobart, James R: m. Susan P. Blake, Newburyport, Mass, 
1885; 5 ch, Alice (d), Maurice F, Carrie (Wallace), Arthur (d), Leila (Edling). d. Huntmgton, Mass, Sept 
12, 1943. 

Colburn, Gary Samuel, b. Kewanee, 111. Dec 23. 1859. ed. Moody Biblical Inst, dipl in music, ord. 
Cong. Chelsea Place ch. Kansas City, Kan, Apr 14, 1904. p. Percival, Iowa, 1907-9; Chelsea Place ch, 
Kansas City, Kan, 1912-4; Dunlap. Iowa. 1927-30. other act. Evang, 1894-1927; composer of gospel hymns, 
m. Nannie B Wilson, Chicago, 111, 1895; 3 ch. Marie B, Ethelyn (Kurtz), Wilson E (d). d. Wichita, Kan, 
Mar 3, 1943. 

Coombs, John Russell, 6. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Can, Aug 9, 1892. ed. Harvard 
Univ; Columbia Univ, grad 1920; Yale Divin Sch, BD, 1923. ord. Cong, Trinity ch, Lawrence, Mass, 
June 7, 1923. p. First ch, Meriden, Conn (asst), 1923-5; Second ch, Waterbury, Conn (asst), 1925-43. 
other act. In US Army, 1918-9. Unmarried, d. Waterbury, Conn, Sept 10, 1943. 



42 Year Book, Congregational Ckristian Churches [1943 

Corwin, Asa W, urd. 1903; entered Chr fellowship, 1930. p. Pleasant Ridge ch, Glouster, Ohio, 1930- 
1. d. Huchtel, Ohio, Mar 24, 1941. 

Couch, Charles Hiram, h. Sacramento, Cal, Feb 18, 1867. ed. Oberlin Goll; Oberlin Sch Theol. ord. 
Cong, Dowagiac, Mich, May 12, 1898. p. Sandisfield, Mass (Meth Lie), 1891-3; Amherst, Ohio, 1896-8; 
Dowagiac, Mich, 1898-1901; Arkansa.s City, Kan, 1901-2; Zanesville, Ohio, 1902-6; Buffalo, NY (Presb), 
1906-10; Hamberg, NY (Presb), 1910-7; Highland ch, Cleveland, Ohio, 1917-25; Marysville, Ohio, 1925-7; 
Newark, Ohio, 1928-31; Hudson, Ohio, 1931-5; Newton Falls, Ohio, 1935-8. m. Lois Winifred Packard, 
Oberlin, Ohio, 1898; no ch. d. Newton Falls, Ohio, Mar 23, 1943. 

Covell, Arthur John, h. Rose, Wayne Co, NY, Dec 1, 1863. ed. Univ of Mich, BA, 1887; Chicago 
Theol Sem, 1887-9; Andover Newton Theol Sch, BD, 1890; Harvard Univ, MA, 1897. h. degree, DD, Am 
Internat'l Coll, Springfield, Mass, 1931. ord. Cong, Flint, Mich, Oct 21, 1890. p. Flint, Mich, 1890-3; 
Waterbury, Vt, 1893-0; North ch, Lynn, Mass, 1898-1908; RoUstone ch, Fitchburg, Mass, 1908-13. other 
act. Sec, Cong Board of Pastoral Supply, 1913-34; ch, state insane asylum, Vt, 1893-6; chr, Cong Board 
of Pastoral Supply, 1910-3. m. Anna Louise Campbell, Ann Arbor, Mich, 1890; no ch. d. Claremont, Cal, 
June 29, 1943. 

Crane, Charles Dodd, h. West Bloomfield, NJ, Feb 12, 1849. ed. Princeton Univ, grad 1869; Union 
Theol Sem, grad 1874. ord. Cong, Clmton, Me, June 11, 1874. p. Clinton, Me, 1874-5; Waterville, Me, 
1875-7; South Paris, Me, 1877-81; Hampden, Me, 1881-3; Second ch, Newcastle, Me. 1883-94; Machias, 
Me, 1894-9; Yarmouth, Me, 1899-1902; Saylesville, RI, 1908-17; p. em, 1928-43. other act. Field sec. Me 
Chr Endeavor Union, 1903-8; recording sec. Me Cong Conf, several jrs; indecer. Air Div Signal Ser^dce 
Corps, 1917-9; ed dir, U.S. ^■eterans' Bureau, 1919-23; wrote for "The Congregationalist." to. Annie Julia 
Campbell, Waterville, Me, 1877; cA,'Campbell (d. 1880), Rebecca Harrison (d. 1900), Charles Dodd Jr 
(d), Kennedy, Julia Almeda (Scholze), Annie Campbell (d. 1913). d. Braintree Manor, Mass, Sept 27, 1943. 

Cross, Alien Eastman, h. Manchester, NH, Dec 30, 1864. cd. Amherst Coll, BA, 1886; Andover 
Newton Theol Sch, BD, 1891. h. degree, DD, Dartmouth Coll, 1906. ord. Cong, Cliftondale, Mass, Dec 29, 
1892. p. Cliftondale, Mass, 1891-6; Park ch, Springfield, Mass, 1896-1901; Old South ch, Boston, Mass 
(asso), 1901-11; Milford, Mass, 1914-25. other act. Writer of hymns (17 published in standard hymnals). 
pub. Pass on the Torch, 1929; Thunder over Jerusalem, 1936. m. Ethelyn Marshall, Lowell, Mass, 1873; 
2 ch. Louise Marshall (d), Anita Emily (Bingham), d. Manchester, NH, Apr 23, 1943. 

Curtis, Edwin, h. Skewen, South Wales, Sept 11, 1885. ed. Manchester Univ; Devon Theol Sem, BD. 
ord. United Metli, Halifax, Yorkshire, E:ig, A ig 1912; entered US fellowship, 1923. p. English pastorates in 
Manchester & Truro; Grantwood, NJ, 1923-5; Winchester, Conn, 1926-9; Waverly ch, Jersey City, NJ, 
1929-31. other act. Teacher, 1933-43. m. Janet Crowther, BailifTc, Bridge, Yorkshire, E.ng, 1916; no ch. d. 
Hackensack, NJ, 24, 1943. 

Davie, Charles Nelson, 6. Hyde Park, Mass, May 26, 1800. cd. Sch for Christian Workers, Springfield, 
Mass, grad 1895; Bangor Theol Sem, 1895-7; Union Theol Sem, BD, 1905. ord. Cong, Southwest Harbor, 
Me, May 24, 1898. p. Cranberry Isles, Me, 1897-1904; West Dresden, Me (sup), 1906-7; North Bridgton 
& Harrison, Me, 1907-19; North Raynham, Mass, 1920-1; Sanbornlon, NH, 1923-38, p. em, 1938-43. 
Unmarried, d. Laconia, NH, Jan 14, 1943. 

Davies, Thomas David, b. Carmarthen, South Wales, May 14, 1862. ed. Arnold Coll, Swansea, Wales; 
Bangor Theol Sem, grad 1891. ord. Cong, Clarendon, Yt, Mar 16, 1892. p. Clarendon, Vt, 1891-3; Sheldon, 
Vt, 1893-5; Gorham, NH, 1895-6; Harpswell & Orrs Island, Me, 1897-8; East Sumner, Me, 1899-1901; 
Wolcott, Vt, 1901-3; Newfane, Vt, 1903-5; Corinth, \t, 1905-7; Cornish, NH, 1907-9; Londonderr.\-, \i, 
1910-3. VI. Marion Alfreda Bennett, Gilead, Me, 1891; 5 dau, Charlotte (Gale), Mary S (d), Edith (Wiley), 
Elizabeth (Stockhard), Mildre;! (Newton), d. Brattleboro, Vt, May 14, 1943. 

Day, Fred Wilson, b. Waterboro, Me, May 2, 1880. cd. Union Chr Coll, Ind, BA, 1904, MA, 1900; 
Oberlin Sch of Theol, BD, 1912. ord. Chr, Olney, 111, Oct 2, 1903. p. Laymotte, 111, 1903-4; Pittsfield and 
Gaysville, Vt, 1906-8; Franklin, Vt, 1908-16; Second ch, Berkshire, Vt, 1908-12; Sheldon, Vt, 1912-6; 
Swanton, Vt, 1916-21; Highgate, Vt, 1916-21; Randolph, Vt, 1923-43; Randolph Center, Vt, 1925-43. 
other act. Pres, Bd Directors, Vt Cong Conf; dir, Boston Seaman's Friend Soc; del. National Cong Council; 
dir, Vt SS Asso. m. Lora Mildred Ranney, Pittsfield, Vt, 1908; 1 son, R idtlf Ranney. d. Randolph, Vt, 
Dec 5, 1943. 

Day, Richard Carlton, b. Indianapolis, Ind, Oct 26, 1873. ed. San Joaquin Val Coll; Pacific Sch 
Religion, grad 1900. ord. Cong, Rocklin, Cal, Apr 23, 1900. p. Alton & Hydesville & Rhonerville, Cal, 1900- 
1; Antioch, Cal, 1901-2; Fairhaven (now Bellingham), Wash, 1902-4; South Bend, Wash, 1904 6; Bellevue, 
Wash, 1906-7; Sheridan, Ore (Com), 1916-8; Ferndale, Wash, 1919-21; Loomis, Cal, 1922-7; Ilayward, 
Cal, 1927-34; Sonoma, Cal, 1934-6; Niles, Cal, 1936-42. other act. In bus, 1907-16; YMCA work. 1918-9. 
m. Lenore Pearson, Penryn, Cal, 1900 (d); 2 ch, Ruth Elizabeth (Allen), Richard Pearson, d. Pasadena, Cal, 
Jan 8, 1943. 

Dell, Frank Earl, b. Mexico, Ind, Jan 14, 1871. ed. UB Sem, Dayton, Ohio, grad 1900; Trenton Coll, 
Mo, MA, 1903. h. degree, DD, Willamette Univ, Ore, 1909. ord. UB, Portland, Ore, 1900; entered Cong 
fellowship, 1900. p. Portland, Ore(UB), 1900; Astoria, Ore. 1900-2; Grass Valley, Cal, 1902-6; Salem, Ore, 
1906-9; Grass Valley, Cal, 1909-10, 1921-3; Wauseon, Ohio, 1910-2; Maricopa, Cal, 1912-3; Highland, Cal, 
1913-21; Garvanza ch, Los Angeles, Cal, 1923-8; Calipatria, Cal, 1928-32; Bloomington, Cal, 1932-7; 
Rialto, Cal, 1940-1. other act. Lecturer, officer in Masonic orders, m. Clara Elizabeth Wooster, Findley, 
Ohio, 1892; no ch. d. Rialto, Cal, Sei)t 12, 1943. 

Dixon, William Reese, 6. Maiden, 111, Apr 25, 1873. ed. Beloit Coll, BA, 1896; Chicago Theol Sem, 
BD, 1899. ord. Cong, Melvin, 111, July 19, 1899. p. Melvin, 111, 1899-1900; Williams Bay & North Walworth, 



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Wis, 1900-2; Eagle River, Wis, 1902-5; Odanah, Wis (sup), 1905-6; Geneva, III, 1900-14; Antigo, Wis. 
1914-23; Plymouth ch, Oshkosh, Wis, 1923-31; Rosendale cli, Pickett. Wis, 1923-8; Menomonie, Wis, 
1931-40; Bosoobel, Wis, 1940-3. other act. Mem, Bd of Dir, WLs Cong Conf ; ch. Masonic state order, 1942. 
m. Beth Reith, Chicago, 111, 1900; 1 son. Jamas Harold, d. Boscobel, Wis, June 6, 1943. 

Edwards, Nicholas Tillinghast, 6. Salem, Mass, July 8, 1857. ed. Knox Coll, BA, 1878; Yale Div 
Sch, BD, 1883. ord. Cong, Princeton, 111, June 9, 1883. p. Wyanet, 111, 1883-5; Amboy, 111, 1885-90; Ke- 
wanee. 111, 1890-5; Bloomington, 111, 1895-6; Plymouth ch, Los Angeles, Cal, 1896-7; Escondido, Cal, 
1897-1903; Whittier, Cal, 1903-7. other act. Orchardist; member, Los Angeles Bethlehem Benevolent Bd, 
1907-10; dir, Bd of Cal Fruit Growers Exchange, 1917-24; mem, sch bd, Whittier, Cal, 1914-6. m. Blanche 
Fisher, Princeton, 111, 1883 (d); 4 ch, Herbert, Margaret (d). May G, Frederick N: m. Grace Holloway. 
Pasadena, Cal, 1917; 1 son, Arthur H. d. Whittier, Cal, May 28, 1943. 

Elliott, Richard Travis, b. Aberdeen, SD, Sept 21, 1890. ed. Wesleyan Univ. BA, 1918; Hartford 
Theol Sem, BD, 1921. grad .study, 1926-7. ord. Cong, Abington, Conn, June 8, 1921. ;>. Abington, Conn, 
1921-3; North Haven, Conn, 1923-6; Rocky Hill, Conn, 1920-9; Westport. Conn, 1929-43. other act. Regis, 
YP Conf, Storrs, Conn, 1924-31; pres, Child Welfare Asso of Westport, 4 yrs, mem, exec bd of state Child 
Welfare; mod, Fairfield Co ministerial asso, 2 yrs. m. Harriett Bogenhagen, Osmond, Neb, 1916; 5 ch, 
Richard Travis Jr (d. 1920), Hersohel, Ruth Adelaide, Paula Ann, David Elliott, d. Westport, Conn, 
June 11, 1943. 

Ellis, Willis A, b. Covington, Ky, Sept 1, 1863. ord. Cong, Kedzie Ave ch, Chicago, 111, June 11, 1903. 
p. Kedzie Ave ch, Chicago, 111, 1903-8; SLxth ch. Oak Park, 111, 1908-9; Lombard, III, 1909-14; Forest Glen, 
111, 1917-21. other act. Head of proofroom, Chicago Daily News, 1912-40; teacher of proofreading, Chicago 
Typog Union, 1941-2; scholar of Latin & Greek; member of Classical Soc of Middle West & South, pub. 
Word Ancestry, 1934, revised & enlarged, 1939. m. Fannie B Cone, Detroit, Mich, 1884; 3 ch, Arnold Lee, 
Lorraine M, Harry W (d. 1917). d. Lombard, 111. May 28. 1943. 

Elwood, Willis Penfield, 6. Greens Farms, Conn, Apr 13, 1858. ed. Ripon Coll, BA, 1888; Union 
Theol Sem, grad 1891. ord. Cong. Greens Farms, Conn, Sept 8, 1891. other act. My, ABCFM, Madura. 
S India; Palani, 1892-1907, 1913-4, Dindigul, 1907-12, 1915-20, 1922-8. m. Agnes Munro (d); 1 dau, 
Marion Chri.stine (d). d. Columbia, SC, May 7. 1943. 

Estes, Robert Fulton, b. Lamar Co, Ala, Aug 6, 1871. ord. Cong, Haleys\alle, Ala, Aug 10, 1902. 
p. Houston, Ala, 1904-G; Walker & Winston, Ga (Bapt). m. Elizabeth Rollins, Morgan Co, Ala, 1897; 6 ch. 
Pernie A, Lillie Mae id), Carrie E, A Gladden (d), I Orton, Theo C (d). d. Jasper, -Ala, Aug 12, 1942. 

Evans, Daniel, 6. Cwmamnan, .\berdare, Glamorganshire, S Wales, Aug 22, 18C6. ed. Bowdoin Coll, 
BA, 1890; Bangor Theol Sem, grad 1889; grad study, Andover Newton Theol Sch, 1890-1. h. degree, DD, 
Bowdoin Coll, 1906. ord. Cong, East Weymouth, Mass, May 26, 1891. p. East Weymouth, Mass, 1891-9; 
North Ave ch, Cambridge, Mass, 1899-1909. other act. Abbott prof of Chr Theol, Andover Newton Theol 
Sch, 1909-39; Andover prof of Syst Theol, Harvard Univ, 1910-22, prof of Chr Theol, 1922-6; coll lee at 
Chicago Univ Div Sch & Hartford Theol Sem; book reviewer for "Congregationalist" & "Advance"; trustee, 
Bowdoin Coll, 1925-43; trustee, Webber Foundation, m. Addie Seavey Ames, Frankfort, Me, 1891 (d. 1938); 
3 ch, Philip, Christine (Malin), Natalie, d. Brunswick, Me, Apr 24, 1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Farnum, Irving Benjamin, b. Francestown, NH, June 11, 1873. ed. Lowell Inst. ord. Cong, Mont 
Vernon, NH, May 24, 1929. p. Mont Vernon, NH, 1927-39; Farmington, NH, 1939-41. other act. Asst post- 
master, Medford, Mass, 1891-1918; YMCA work, overseas. 1918-9; YMCA sec, Lynn. Mass, 1919-24. 
m. Abbie M Anderson, East Boston, Mass, 1894; 3 ch, Norman R Farnum. Marlin 15, Dorothy F (Van- 
Dine), d. Doylestown, Pa, Sept 11, 1942. 

Fish, Arthur Edward, 6. Kendall, Wise, Mar 29, 1882. ed. Beloit Coll, BA, 1908; Chicago Theol Sem, 
BD, 1918; Ciiicago Univ, MA, 1918. ord. Cong, Marion, ND, July 20, 1915. p. Barrie & Marion, ND, 1914-5; 
Huntley, 111, 1915-8; Wauseon & RidgeviUe Corners, Ohio, 1920-3; Osage & Orchard, Iowa, 1927-9; Keokuk, 
Iowa, 1929-33; Eldon, Iowa, 1934-8; Central Park ch, Omaha, Neb, 1939-41; Vinita, Okla, 1942-3. other 
act. Teacher, Michigan state Coll, Univ of Pittsburgh, Fargo Univ, Heidelberg Univ, Ada, Ohio; Iowa state 
"teachers Coll, 1923-7; mem, Interch World Movement, 1919-21; ch, CCC, Neb, 1941-2. tn. Sylvia Terryll, 
Lansing, Mich, 1910; 2 ch, Hamilton, Margaret, d. Vinita, Okla, June 29, 1943. 

Fletcher, Francis Wayland, 6. Plantsville, Conn, Deo 10, 1866. ed. Colgate Coll, grad; Colgate Divin 
Sch. ord. Bapt, Oakville, Conn, May 10, 1899; entered Cong fellowship 1903. p. Oakville, Conn, 1899-1902; 
Morris, Conn, 1903-11; East Granby, Conn, 1930-43. other act. My, AMA, Wilmington, NC, 1911-8; my, 
AMA, Austin, Tex, 1918-24; bur.sar at Benedict Coll, Bapt Home Bd, Columbia, SC, 1924-30. m. Lillian 
Speer, Bridgeport, Conn, 1870; 2 dau, Lillian M. Mildred K (d). d. Daytona Beach, Fla, Oct 28, 1943. 

Folsom, Omar White, b. North Sandwich, NH, Apr 24, 1844. ed. Dartmouth Coll, BA, 1869; Andover 
Newton Theol Sch, grad 1872. ord. Cong, Newbury, Mass, Oct 31, 1872. p. First ch, Newbury, Mass (asso), 
1872-84; Winter St ch. Bath, Me, 1884-1910; p. em, 1910-43. other act. Trustee, Bath Public Lib & mem of 
Book Com; trustee. Me My Soc for many yrs; mod. Me Cong Conf, 1903-4; corp mem, ABCFM; mem. 
International Comity Com for state, m. Isabella Clarke, Bloomfield, Ontario, Can, 1873 (d. 1916) ; 2 dau, 
Elsie Maria, Mrs. Leonard D Norsworthy. d. Bath, Me, Jan 9, 1943. 

Forbes, Washington Horace, b. Manchester, Conn, Feb 29. 1852. ed. Boston Univ Sch of Theol, 

1878-9; Andover Newton Theol Sch, grad 1881. ord. Cong, Revere, Mass, July 27, 1881. p. Princeton & 
Bluehill, Minn, 1881-2; Wadena & Verndale, Minn, 1882-3; Holdredge, Neb. 1883-4; Phelps & Whitewater, 
Neb, 1884-5; Rock Springs, Wyo, 1885-6; Lee, NH, 1886-9; E.ist Dorset & Danby, Vt, 1889-90; Temple, 
NH, 1891-7; North Carver, Mass, 1897-9; South Dennis, Mass. 1899-1903; Wells. Me, 1903-5; Gilead, 
Me & Shelbmne, NH, 1905-7; New Sharon & Farmington Falls, Me, 1907-10; Lakeville, Mass, 1910-5; 



44 Year Book, C on greqational Christian Churches [1943 

Dunstable, Mass, 1910-9. m. Jennie Florence Abbott (d. 1926); 4 cA, Dorothy Carpenter (Stinson), Charles 
Abbott, Jennie Almira (Abbott), Margaret L. d. Concord, NH, Mar 20, 1941. 

Forkell, William, h. Elgin, 111, Feb 27, 1807. ed. Northwestern Coll, grad 1885; Naperville Evang 
Sem, 111, grad 1887. ord. ME, Rock River Conf, 111, Sept 1893; entered Cong fellowship, 1901. p. Grand 
Prairie, 111 (Evang), 1887-8; Hampshire, 111 (Evang), 1888-90; Steward, 111 (ME), 1891-3; Lamont, I 1 
(ME), 1894-0; Ore on, 111 (ME), 1897-8; Rock River, 111 (ME), 1898-1900; Green Bay, Wis, 1901-3; 
Jackson, Mich, 1903 (Comni), 1903-10; Aurora, 111 (Comm), 1910-3; Hartland, Vt, 1930-42. other act. 
Chaplain, Mich state prison, 1903-10, Vt state prison, 1923-32; lee on lyceum & Chautauqua circuits, 
m. Florence Stanger, Downers Grove, 111, 1889 {d. 1921); 3 ch, Leroy Martin, Olive Mary, Paul Edwin: 
m. Cora Murdock, Dec, 1922. d. Lansing, Mich, Jan 30, 1943. 

Gardner, Frank Henry, b. Touisset, Mass, Jan 16, 1869. ed. Stanfordville Theol Sem, NY, grad 1894; 
ord. Chr, Schultzville, NY, July 1894. p. Clove Valley, NY, 1893-4; Schultzville, NY, 1894-6; Lubec, Me. 
1896-1901; Portsmouth, NH, 1901-10; Cape Neddick, Me, 1912-5; Somerset Center, Mass, 1917-38; 
North Westport, Mass, 1918-43; Brownells Corner, Westport, Mass, 1939-43. other act. Pres, RI & Ma.ss 
Chr Conf, 1918; mem, Comm on Interch Relations & Chr Unity, General Council, 1931-6. m. Edith M 
BufFmgton, Swansea, Mass, 1894; 1 dau, Doris Evelyn, d. Fall River, Mass, May 1, 1943. 

Gaylord, Franklin Augustus, b. Glenwood, NY, May 1, 18.56. ed. Yale Univ, BA, 1876; Union 
Theol Sem, grad 1881; grad study, Coll de France, Paris, 1882-3. ord. Presb, Tremont ch, Bronx, NY, Oct 1, 
1894; entered Cong fellowship, 1895. p. Avondale, NY (Presb), 1881-2; Trinity ch, New York, NY, 1895-9. 
other act. Travel in Europe & teacher, 1882-7; gen .sec, YMCA in Paris 1887-93, in St. Petersburg 1899-191 1 ; 
dir, Russian Soc for Moral & Physical Development of Young Men, 1911-8; sec. Am Hosp for wounded 
Russian soldiers, 1916-7; sec for Russia, Internat'l Com YMCA, NY, 1918-9; rep of Internat'l Com YM- 
CA at Odessa, Constantinople & Egj'pt 1919-20; lee in US & Europe 1920-1; awarded Chevalier Order 
St. Anne, Russia, 1902, Chevalier Order St. Stanislaus, 1916, Chevalier Rus.sian Red Cross, 1920; presented 
to Czar in 1907 & 1911; translated into Eng verse numerous Russian poems, pub. The Builders of the Atoll 
and other poems, m. Mary Louisa Robinson, New York, NY, 1891. No ch. d. West Englewood, NJ, Aug 14, 
1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Colder, Arthur Lee, 6. Phillips, Me, Feb 13, 1863. ed. Amherst Coll, BA. 1889; Boston Univ Sch of 
Theol, 1884-5, 1889-90; Hartford Theol Sem, BD, 1891; OD & OphB, Northern 111 Coll of Ophthalmology. 
ord. Cong, Canton Center, Conn, Sept 16, 1891. p. Canton Center, Conn, 1891-3; Eliot & York Corner, Me, 
1894-C; Ballardvale, Mass, 1896-9; Rindge, NH, 1899-1901; Farmington, NH, 1901-2; Cherryfield, Me, 
1903-4; Presque Isle, Me, 1904-7; Lyle & Fallbridge, Mass. 1913-5; Bingen, Wash, 1914-5; White Salmon, 
Wash, 1915-6; Glyndon, Minn, 1916-7; Sandstone, Minn, 1917-9; Cannon Falls, Minn, 1919-22; Plymouth, 
Wis, 1922-0; Blandford & North Blandford, Mass, 1926-32; Hancock, NH, 1932-5. other act. Optician in 
Ore & Wash, 1907-13; pub mag on The Rangeley Lakes & Illustrations from Science & History, vi. Marv 
Alice Grout, Exeter, Me, 1891 (d. 1928); 2 S07is, Donald (d), Harold (d): m. Amy Hale, Rindge, NH. 1929. 
d. Winter Park, Fla, Dec 17, 1942. 

Goodwin, George Kittredge, 6. Groton, Vt, Apr 12. 1865. ed. Dartmouth Coll, BA, 1909; Bangor 
Theol Sem, 1894-0. ord. Cong, Solon, Me, Dec 7, 1896. p. Solon, Me, 1896-9; East Baldwin & Limington, 
Me, 1899-1902; Standish & Sebago Lake, Me, 1902-4; Franconia, NH. 1904-0; Bethel. Vt. 1900-10; West 
en, Haverhill, Mass, 1910-3; Alma, Kan, 1913-5; Holdrege, Neb, 1915-7; Wheaton, Kan, 1917-8; East 
Indianola ch, Topeka, Kan, 1923-4; Waynoka, Okla, 1924-7; Kirwin, Kan, 1927-30; Crystal Springs, Fla, 
1931-8. other act. Co supt of schs, Limington & Standish. Me; YMCA sec. Kan. 1917-9; gen sec. YMCA, 
Newton, Kan, 1919-21; my pastor in Kan, 1921-2; teacher in high sch, Waynoka, Okla, 1 yr. m. Katherine 
Newton, Wilder, Vt, 1894 (d. 1927); 3 sons, George Edward, Andrew Newton, John Arthur: m. Anna 
McGee, Waxnoka, Okla, 1928. d. Dade City, Fla, May 17. 1943. 

Graham, Charles Frank Luckett Nordman, b. Friendship Village, British Guiana, SA, Jan 12. 
1889. ed. Talladega Coll, BA, 1916; Oberlin Coll, 1910-8; Oskaloosa Coll, grad 1922. ord. Cong, Texas, 
May 25, 1919. p. Beaumont, Tex, 1918-43. other act. Founder & dir, Barnwell Comm Center, Beaumont, 
Tex. 1920-43; organizer & iires, Beaumont Negro Good Will Council, 1943; mod, Tex & Okla Cong Conf, 
1922-30; chm. Board of Review, Boy Scouts, mem, bd of YMC,\. m. Ida Luvonia Youngblood, Cropwell, 
Ala. 1920; 4 ch, Charles Frank Luckett Nordman Jr. Hermann Leslie Warren, Elsie Eve Luvonia, Princess 
Priscilla. d. Beaumont, Tex, Nov 18, 1943. 

Gray, Thomas Richardson, b. Memphis, Mo, Nov 22, 1807. ed. Meth Conf study course, 4 yrs. 
ord. ME South, Memphis, Mo, Oct 1898; entered Cong fellowship, 1906. p. Bucklin, Mo (ME), 1893-4; 
Queen City, Mo (ME), 1894-5; Humphrys, Mo (ME), 1895-6; Cragi, Mo (ME), 1896-7; Cameron, Mo 
(ME), 1897-8; Stet, Mo (ME), 1898-9; Chilicothe, Mo (ME), 1899-1900; Sedalia, Mo, 1900-9; Mt Hope, 
Kan (Comm ch), 1910-2; Preston, Iowa. 1912-5; Salem. Iowa, 1916-9; Humeston, Iowa, 1920-2; Olds. 
Iowa, 1923-0; Green Ridge, Mo, 1926-9; Edgewood. Iowa. 1929-38. other act. Evang. 1900-6. m. Gretta 
Dempsey, Boonville, Mo, 1893; 6 ch, Mary E (d), Annie M (d), Basil D, Gretchen F, Omer R, Norman 
Virgil, d. Salem, Iowa, June 23, 1942. 

Greer, James, b. Kellswater, Antrim Co, Ireland, Mar 4, 1802. ed. Bangor Theol Sem, grad 1893; 
Lebanon Coll, Ohio, 1895-7. ord. Cong. Wood River Junction, RI, Nov 30, 1897. p. Frankfort, Me, 1893-5; 
Wood River Junction, RI, 1897-8; Academy Ave ch. Providence, RI, 1899-1904; Mooers, NY (Presb), 
1904-8; Sterling, Mass, 1908-12; Penacook. NH. 1912-8; Sanbornton, NH. 1918-22; Bloomfield, Conn, 
1922-4; Harwinton, Conn, 1924-5; Panama, Cal, 1926-7; Bakensfield, Cal, 1927-8. m. Lillias Harley, Scot- 
land, no ch. d. Claremont, Cal, Aug 31, 1943. 

Hahn, John Richard, b. Kutztown. Pa, Dec 24, 1889. ed. Franklin & Marshall Coll. BA. 1912; Lan- 
caster Theol Sem. Pa, BD, 1915; Union Theol Sera, BD, 1917; Univ of Montana, MA. ord. Refd, Mercers- 



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hurg, Pa, Jan 24, 1917; entered Cong fellowship, 1919. p. Trinity ch, Mercersburg, Pa (Refd), 1917-8; 
Thomas Mem ch, Chicago, 111, 1919-22; University ch, Missoula, Mont, 1922-31; Stockton. Cal, 1931-3; 
Bausman Mem ch, Wyomissing, Pa (Refd), 1933-43. olhrr act. Ch, with AEF, 1918-9; mod, Mont Cong 
Conf, 1926; pres, Berks Co, Pa, Peace Council & Planned Parenthood Fed. m. Mabel E Kauffman, Dauber- 
ville. Pa, 1917; 2 dau, Mary (Dunlap), Jean (Both), d. Wyomissing, Pa, May 19, 1943. 

Hall, Robert Dwight, 6. Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, ND, Aug 21, 1878. ed. Carleton Coll, BS, 
1901; Oberlin Sch of Theol, BD, 190G. ord. Cong, Litchfield, Ohio, Sept 12, 1905. p. Litchfield, Ohio, 1905-6; 
Indian ch, Rosebud, ND, 1907-12; Indian ch. Mission, SD, 1926-7; Hope, ND, 1927-8; Wapeton & Dwight, 
ND, 1928-33; Glenwood, Minn, 1933-7; Avoca, Neb, 1937-41; Diller, Neb, 1941-3. other act. Teacher & 
supt at Crary, ND, 1901; organized Indian chs in ND, 1901; asst my at Fort Berthold Mission, 1906-7; 
int'l com YMCA among Indian students in gov schs & on reservations in US, 1911-20; YMCA worker 
among Indian soldiers in Army camps, 1917-8, in France, 1918-9; mem comm on Inter Racial Relations of 
Nat'l Cong Council, 1925-31, 1931-3. m. Lois J Halverstadt, Columbiana, Ohio, 1906; no ch. d. Atlanta, 
Ga, Dec 15, 1943. 

Hardy, William Prescott, 6. Nelson, NH, Jan 10, 1862. ed. Dartmouth Coll, BA, 1887; Pacific Sch of 
Rel, grad 1894. ord. Cong, San Rafael, Cal, May 4, 1893. p. San Rafael, Cal, 1893-7; Vernon ch, Los Angeles, 
Cal, 1897-1902; Eagle Rock & LaCanada, Cal, 1902-3; Sherman, Cal, 1903-7; Redondo Beach, Cal, 1907- 
18; Bereon ch, Los Angeles, Cal, 1918-36; p. cm, 1936-43. other act. Sec, Bd of Bible House of Los Angeles, 
many yrs, bd mem, 1903-43; sec & tr, Bolibian Indian Mission, 1941-3. m. Lill J Adams, Marlboro, NH, 
1888; 2 ch, Dr Osgood, Faith (McLain). d. Tujimga, Cal, Dec 22, 1943. 

Hassell, Richard Burton, h. Playfair, Wis, Nov 3, 1853. ed. Iowa Coll, BA, 1877. ord. Cong, Everett, 
Wash, Mar 16, 1898. p. Mrginia City, Mont; North Yakima, Wash (lie), 1896-8; Everett, Wash, 1898- 
1904; Lowell, Wash, 1898-1900; National City, Cal, 1904-5; Medical Lake, Wash, 1905-7. other act. Ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1883; state prosecuting atty in SD prior to 1896; mayor of Everett, Wash, 1912; probation 
officer & Judge in Juvenile Court, Everett, Wash. 7w6. The Chums & Their Powwows, 1928; The Rainbow 
Girls, 1929. m. Susan Whitcomb, 1887 (d); 1 son id. 1889): m. Florence McFarland, 1933. d. Everett, Wash, 
Sept 26, 1942. 

Hastings, Horace Lawrence, h. Boston, Mass, Aug 12, 1867. ed. NY Univ; Fults My Inst; Ives 
Theol Sem, grad 1906; Illinois Wesleyan Univ, MA, 1910. ord. ME, Northern NY Conf, 1906; entered 
Cong fellowship, 1910. p. ME pastorates prior to 1910, St. LawTence, NY, Springfield, NY, Brasee Croners, 
NY; Hatton & Northwood, ND, 1910-1; Clay Center, Neb, 1911-3; Fort Scott. Kan. 1913-4; Highland, 
Kan, 1914-5; Alma, Neb, 1915-6; Chesterfield, 1921-3; Lake Linden & Hubbell, Mich, 1923-5; Shandon, 
Ohio, 1925-7; Wyanet, 111, 1927-8; Mound City, 111, 1929-30; Silverton, Colo, 1930-1. other act. ME My in 
Mont & the Dak Ter, 1901-3. m. Parmelia Hardy; ch, Horace Malcolm (d. 1932), Lawrence, Wafden 
Barnes, Louise Ann, Grace Elizabeth (Luckey), George William, d. Riverton, 111, Mar 25, 1943. 

Hatfield, Clifford Christy, 6. Warren Co, near Lebanon, Ohio, Aug 29, 1878. ed. Ohio State Univ, 
BA, 1904. ord. Christian, Piqua. Ohio, June 1906. p. Plattsburg, Ohio, 1904-6. other act. YMCA coll sec at 
Ohio State Univ, 1906-8; YMCA state rural sec in Ohio, 1908-12; YMCA internat'l sec of Middle West, 
Chicago, 1912-7; YAICA foreign service in rural and educational work in Russia, Siberia, China, central 
Europe, 1917-22; YMCA sec, 1922-31; in bus, 1931-42. m. Veada Viola Kemper, DeGraff, Ohio, 1905; 1 
son, Philip Kemper, d. Chicago, 111, Oct 27, 1942. 

Higginbotham, Thomas Matison, 6. Meadowsville, Ky, Nov 20, 1868. ed. Oberlin Coll; Oberlin 
Sch of Theol, grad 1898. ord. Cong, Newark, Ohio, Sept 27, 1898. p. Plymouth ch, Newark, Ohio, 1898- 
1902; Postville, Iowa, 1902-4; Plymouth ch, Toledo, Ohio, 1904-6; Waukegan, 111, 1906-11; Batavia, 111, 
1911-7; Lake View, Iowa, 1917-20; Sioux Rapids, Iowa, 1920-3; Dodge Mem ch. Council Bluffs. Iowa, 
1923-9; Newell, Iowa, 1929-35. other act. Teacher in Whitley Co, Ky, 1886-91; my, AMA in Ky, 1892; 
officer in Masonic orders, m. Bertha Alma Bonnell, Oberlin, Ohio, 1894 (d); 2 ch, Alfred Leslie, Helen (d). 
d. Oberlin, Ohio, Oct 20, 1943. 

Hill, Virgil Benedict, h. Tabor, Iowa, Apr 20, 1867. ed. Tabor Coll, BS, 1891; Chicago Theol Sem, 
, BD, 1894. ord. Cong, Waucoma, Iowa, Nov 15, 1894. p. Waucoma & Lawlor, Iowa, 1894-9; Mitchellville, 
Iowa, 1899-1901; Allison, Iowa, 1901-5; Rockwell, Iowa, 1905-7; Alcester & Gothland ch, Beresford, SD, 
1907-9; Hetland & Badger, SD, 1911-2; Oilman, Iowa, 1912-7; Buffalo Center, Iowa, 1917-9; Danville, 
Iowa, 1919-26; Exira, Iowa, 1926-32. other act. Finan sec. Tabor Coll, 1909-11. m. Edith VanGinkel, 1893 
(d. 1894): m. Janet Beebe, Waucoma, Iowa, 1898; 4 ch, Margaret (Stoddard), Ralph J, Helen (Danielson), 
Warren C. d. Panora, Iowa, June 15, 1943. 

Hitchcock, Lyman Potter, h. Middlesex, NY, Dec 28, 1863. ed. Syracuse Univ, PhB, 1889; Hartford 
Theol Sem, grad 1892. h. degree, DD, SjTacuse Univ, 1920. ord. Cong, Ellington, Conn, Nov 22, 1892. 
p. Ellington, Conn, 1892-7; Schenectady, NY, 1897-1901; Alameda, Cal, 1901-10; West Side ch, Pasadena, 
Cal, 1910-20; Villa Park Cal, 1920-2. m. Susie Swits, Schenectady, NY, 1898; 1 son, Morton Swits (d. 1899). 
d. Uplands, Cal, June 25, 1943. 

Hollar, William Jennings, 6. Port Royal, Jamaica, BWI, Jan 6, 1881. ord. Afro Chr, Harlem ch. 
New York, NY, Aug 9, 1925. p. Harlem ch. New York, NY, 1927-41. m. Mrs. Clocklin, Panama; 3 ch, 
Raymond, Cecil Sargent, Elena (d). d. New York, NY, June 6, 1943. 

Howe, Clin Raymond, h. Spencer, NY, Oct 1, 1858. ed. Syracuse Univ, grad 1885. ord. Meth, 1885; 
entered Cong fellowship, 1890. p. Owego, NY (Meth), 1886-8; Killingworth, Conn, 1890-3; Westville, 
Conn, 1894-7. other act. Salesman, 1900-19; in laboratory of sugar co, 1919-39. vi. Lena D Dana, Owego, 
NY, 1888; 6 ch, Fiske D, Douglas B, Olin Jr, Richard D, Robert N, Gladys (Guild), d. Weston, Conn, 
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Hoyt, Hiram Luther, b. Saratoga Co, NY, June 22, 1852. ed. Oberlin Coll & Sem. ord. Cong, Litch- 
field, Ohio, July 1, 1880. p. Litchfield, Ohio, 1879-81 ; Massena, NY, 1881-3; Phoenix, NY, 188.3-5; Saiiger- 
ties, NY, 1885-7; Coronado, Cal (Presb), 1888-90; Phoenix, NY, 1890-5; Flint. Mich. 1897-8; Grand 
View, Tenn. 1898-1905; Saticoy, Cal, 1906-12; Eagle Rock, Cal, 1912-5. other act. Prin, Grand View, Tenn, 
1905, Pomona, Cal, 1906. m. Rose M Forbes, Wyoming, NY, 1884 (d. Nov 1943); 4 ch, Forbes Merrill, 
Avery Starr, Alice (Bennett), Howard H. d. Los Angeles, Cal, Nov 6, 1943. 

Johnston, Charles Henry, b. County Carlow, Ire, June 21, 1864. ed. Marlboro St CoH, Dublin; 
Wesley Coll, Dublin, grad 1885. ord. Cong, Scappoose, Ore, Mar 1915. p. Scappoose, Ore, 1915-8, 1924-7; 
Univ Park ch, Portland, Ore, 1918-22, 1928-30. other act. Teacher at Wesley Coll & other schs & colls in 
Ire, 1885-1902; Teacher of Meth my sch, Pietermaritzburg, Africa, 1902-6; teacher in British Columbia. 
Canada. 1906-9. n). Mollie Reilly, Armagh, Ire, 1886; 2 dau, Reta (Duncan), Gipsy, d. Portland, Ore, 
June 3, 1942. 

Jones, Jay Jasper, b. Butler Center, Iowa, Oct 25, 1876. ord. Cong, Parkersburg, Iowa, Apr 30, 1903. 

p. Parkersburg, Iowa, 1903-4; Hobart, Okla, 1904-5; Salem, Iowa, 1905-7; Douglas, Wyo, 1907-9; Marion, 
Iowa. 1909-11; Anamo.sa, Iowa, 1911-5; Algona, Iowa. 1915-8; Pilgrim ch, Pasadena, Cal, 1920-9; Santa 
Rosa, Cal, 1930-4; Paso Robles, Cal, 1935-7; Cambria, Cal (Presb), 1938-43. m. Laura Ann Hopkinson, 
Afton. Iowa. 1903; 2 ch, Marjorie Frances. Donald Slaid. d. Pasadena. Cal, May 4, 1943. 

Jones, Paul W, b. near Centreville, Mich, May 9, 1871. ed. Olivet Coll. BA, 1904; Oberiin Sch of Theol, 
BD, 1908. ord. Meth, Gull Lake, Mich, 1904; entered Cong fellowship, 1908. p. Ainger & East Carmel, Mich 
(Meth), 1903-5; Castalia. Ohio, 1905-7; Litchfield, Ohio, 1907-8; Huntley, Mont, 1908-9; Belmond, Iowa, 
1909-10; Alden, Iowa. 1910-4; Vinita, Okla, 1914-6; Grand Haven, Mich, 1916-7; City Park ch, Denver, 
Colo, 1917-8; Grand Junction, Colo, 1920-7; National City & San Ysidro, Cal, 1927-42. other act. YMCA 
sec overseas, 1918-9; mod, Okla Cong Conf, 1915; mem, service clubs, 1920-43; mem, lib bd. National City, 
Cal. TO. Lucy Agnes Naylor, Marcellus. Mich, 1893; 5 ch, Evelyn Pauline id), Doris Lucile, Paul LeRoy, 
Donna Mae, Gordon Wynnive. d. Chula Vista, Cal, Mar 20, 1943. 

Kelso, Charles Corwln, b. Hadley, Pa, July 24, 1859. ed. Allegheny Coll, 1879-82; Boston Univ, BA. 
1883; Chicago Univ. 1898. 1903. ord. ME. Detroit, Mich, 1893; entered Cong fellowship, 1906. p. Del Rey, 
Mich (ME) ; St James ch, Chicago, 111 (ME), 1902-3; First ch, Columbus, Ohio (asst), 1907-9. other act. My, 
ME sch in Singapore, 1893-6; prin, high sch, Washington Court House, Ohio, 1905-6; prin, high sch, Escon- 
dido, Cal, 1910-2; dir of Citizensliip Div, Los Angeles Public Schs, 1912-34; mem, civic clubs, pub. History 
and Development of the Diploma Plan of Naturalization in Los Angeles City Schools 1931. m. Nellie B Hard, 
Northeast, Pa (d. 1891) ; 4 ch, Harold (d), Dr Ruth, Genevieve, Earle R: m. Mary Peterson (d 1907) : m. Etta 
Olive Snay, Columbus, Ohio, 1908. d. Los Angeles. Cal, Oct 11, 1943. 

King, Willis D, b. Ivingston, Mich, July 18, 1876. ed. Hillsdale Coll, ord. Bapt, Tuscola Co, Mich. 1900, 
entered Cong fellowship, 1937. p. Bapt pastorates, Canboro, Mich, 1900-2; Lisbon, Mich, 1902-4; LaGrange; 
Ind, 1904-6; Geneva. Pa, 1906-11; Spencer, Ohio, 1911-3; Panama, NY, 1913-23; Himrod, NY. 1923-8; 
Phelps, NY, 1928-32; Freedom ch. Portage Co. Ohio, 1933-41. to. Bertha A, Charlestown, Ohio. 1900; 2 
ch, Paul H. A Clair, d. Ravenna. Ohio. May 12. 1942. 

Lane, Stoddard, 6. Unionville. Conn, July 2, 1887. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1909, MA. 1910; Hartford 
Theol Sem, BD, 1913; grad study, Univ of Berlin, 1913-4. h. degree, DD, Amherst, 1934. ord. Dutch Refd. 
Bogota, NJ, June 18, 1915; entered Cong fellowship, 1923. p. ch of Pilgrim, Brooklyn, NY (Refd) (asst), 
1914-5; Community ch, Bogota, NJ (Refd), 1915-23; First ch, Manchester, NH, 1923-9; Plymouth ch, 
Des Moines. Iowa, 1929-43. other act. US Army Ambulance Service in France, 1917-9; mod, Iowa Cong Chr 
Conf; mem, exec com, Nat'l Council for Social Action; mem, Nat'l Council, Comm on Interchuroh Rela- 
tions; pres, Des Moines Ministerial Asso; trustee, Grinnell Coll & Chicago Theol Sem; chm, Adult Ed, 
Council, Des Moines; chm. Des Moines Peace Council; chm, Des Moines Interracial Comm; dir, Grinnell 
Institute of Internat'l Relations; mem. advisory com, Des Moines Roundtable of Nat'l Conf of Christians 
& Jews; Awarded croix de guerre & fourragere; vice com, Mere Point, Me, Yacht Club. m. Anna Hepliurn, 
Freehold. NJ. 1915 {d. 1916); 1 son, Stoddard: m. Estella Hitchcock, West Hartford, Conn, 1920; 3 dau 
Barbara Hitchcock, Laura Ruth, Mary Dana. d. Des Moines, Iowa, May 17, 1943. (See Who's Who in 
America.) 

Lawlyes, Robert Newton, b. Perryville. Ind, Sept 22, 1858. ord. Central 111 Chr Conf, 1904. p. New 
Village ch, Georgetown, 111, 1912-4; Morey Chapel, Grape Creek, 111, 1914-6; Prospect oh, Georgetown, 
HI, 1918-20; Tilton ch, Georgetown, 111, 1920-1; Tipton ch, Georgetown, 111, 1920-5, 1929-32. other act. 
In bus, 1895-1928. m. Sarah Ann, Danville, 111, 1881 (d. 1928); 3 ch. Grace (Nier), Oscar F, Charles D 
(d. 1935): m. Martha (d. 1942). d. Georgetown, 111, Jan 4, 1943. 

Leach, Adoniram Judson Gray, b. Vineyard Haven. Mass. May 4. 1859. ed. Dartmouth Coll; 
Drew Theol Sem. grad. h. degree, LL D, Univ of NC. ord. Meth, Brooklyn, NY, Apr 7. 1889; entered Cong 
fellowship, 1893. p. Meth pastorates at Southampton, Farmingdale, Elmont. Stamford, Conn; Wareham. 
Mass (Meth), 1891-3; Hanson, Mass, 1893-5; South Dennis, Mass. 1916-8; Edgartown, Mass, 1920-5; 
South Ashburnham. Mass, 1925-30. other act. YMCA sec, Marlboro, Mass, 1896; lee & organizer for Am 

Humane Ed Soc, Mass, 1896-1914; YMCA sec, 1918-9. m. (d); 4 ch, William, Edwin. Josephine, 

Ernest: m. Mary Kennedy, Enfield, Mass. 1914; 2 ch, Robert Judson. Mary Kennedy, d. South Ashburn- 
ham. Mass. Jan 19. 1943. 

Learned, Dwight Whitney, b. Canterbury. Conn, Oct 12, 1848. ed. Yale Univ, BA, 1870, PhD, 1873. 
h. degree, DD, Yale, 1896. ord. Cong, Kidder, Mo, July 7, 1875. other act. Prof Greek & math, Thayer Coll, 
Mo, 1873-5; my ABCFM, 1875-1928; prof of Church History. Bib Theol & Greek, Doshisha Univ, Kyoto, 
1876-1928; mem, comm for revising Japanese version of New Testament, 1914-7. pub. (in Japanese) Eco- 
nomics & Politics, 1882; Outline of Economics, 1890; Church History, 1889 & 1907; Commentary on the 



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New Testament (10 vol), 1892 & 1910. m. Florence Helen Rehard, Kid-ler, Mo, 1875 (d); 1 dau, Grace W 
(Curtis), d. Claremont, Cal, War 19, 1943. (See Who's Mho in America.) 

Lewis, Watson Lorenzo, b. Wheeling, Ind, Jan 29, 18G9. cd. DePanw Univ, grad 1896; Chicago Theo 
Sem, 1898-1900; grad study. Northwestern Univ, 1900. h. degree, PhB, DePauw Univ, 1896. ord. Cong, 
Somonauk, 111, Apr 8, 1901. p. Ingalls, Ind, 1897-8; Somonauk, 111, 1899-1904; Plymouth ch, Peoria, 111, 
1904-7; Wliitewater, Wis, 1907-10; Rapid City, SD, 1910-3; Sycamore, 111, 1913-7; Daytona Beach, Fla, 
1917-25; New Smyrna Beach, Fla, 1927-33; Holly Hill, Fla, 1933-42. other act. YMCA sec in War Council, 
1918-9. m. S Mabel McMahan, Strawtown, Ind, 1899; no ch. d. Ormond, Fla, Nov 6, 1943. 

Lincoln, Clarence Arthur, 6. Chelsea, Mich. Sept 22, 1874. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1902; Hartford 
Theol Sem, BD, 1905, grad study 1915-6. h. degree, DD, Piedmont Coll, 1934. ord. Cong, Manchester, Mass, 
June 9, 1905. p. Manchester, Mass, 1905-7; Pilgrim ch, St. Louis, Mo (asst), 1907-9; First ch, Moline, 111, 
1909-12; Kirk St ch, Lowell, Mass, 1912-5; First ch, Buffalo, NY, 1916-8; Kings Highway ch, Brooklyn, 
NY, 1919-22; Newark, NJ (Presb), 1924-5; Daytona Beach, Fla. 1925-35; Tryon, NC, 1935-43. other act. 
Exec sec. Fed of Chs, Passaic, NJ, 1922-3; Asst Sec, Anti Saloon League, NY, 1923-4; organizer & dean, 
NY Cong YP summer conf. Wells Coll; dean, Fla YP summer conf; sec. Brooklyn Cong Club. 1921; mod, 
Fla Cong Conf, 1928; pres, Fla CE Union; pres. Family Welfare Asso, Daytona Beach, Fla; vice-chr, Fla 
state bd of public welfare; administrator, Volusia Co Civil Works program, Fla; mem, bd of dir, Fla Coun- 
cil of Social Workers; vice pres. Southeast Council of Cong Chr chs; pres, service club, Tryon, NC, 1941-2; 
chr, Polk Co Social Agencies, 1941-3. m. Ethel Elizabeth Green, Hartford, Conn, 1907; 5 ch, Marjorie 
Elizabeth (Bittner), Barbara Jane, Richard Barlou (d. 1926), Ruth Mary (Boan), Margaret Hartridge 
(Bates), d. Tryon, NC, Mar 30, 1943. 

Livingston, Thomas, b. Petersburg, NY, Sept 18, 1870. ed. Phillips Andover Academy, ord. Cong, 
Deansboro, NY, Oct 0, 1904. p. Barton, NY (Meth), prior to 1904; Deansboro, NY, 1904-6; Green, NY, 
1906-7; North St ch, Middletown, NY, 1907-9; Rutland, Mass, 1923-4. other act. Ch, 4th cav. Ft Meade & 
Fort Bliss, Tex, 1909-12; ch, 23rd inf. Ft Benjamin Harrison, 1912-4; ch, 13th inf, Manila, Philippines, 
1914-7; inst, Chaplains' Training Sch, Camp Taylor, Ky, 1917-9; ch, in hospital at Carlisle, Pa, 1919-20, 
in federal penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga, 1921-3; member, service clubs, 1935-40. m. Cora Knowlton, Peters- 
burg, NY (d. 1937); 2 ch, Dr. S K, Mrs. Ruth Lowry. d. Hines, 111, Mar 2, 1940. 

Lloyd, Stephen A, b. near Wilkes-Barre, Pa, Jan 3, 1874. ed. Syracuse Univ, BA, 1903; Columbia 
Univ; Union Theol Sem; Auburn Theol Sem, grad. h. degree, DD, Canton Chr Coll. ord. Chr, Plainville, 
NY, 1903; entered Cong fellowship. 1910. p. Plainville. NY', 1901-5; Ch of the Evangel, Brooklyn, NY, 
1905-9; Cortland, NY, 1909-17; Poughkeepsie, NY, 1917-9; Wilmette, 111, 1919-28; Pontiac, Mich, 1928- 
31. other act. Supt, Cong Chr Conf of Mich, 1931-41, emeritus, 1941-3; lee on Child Training for Redpath, 
7 summers; mod, NY Cong Conf, 1918; mem, bd of dir, NY state SS Asso; pres, Wilmette service club; lee. 
on Parish Leadership, Union Theol Coll, Chicago, 1921-8. vi. Mary S Sprague, Syracuse, NY, 1902; 2 dau, 
Dorothy E (Donaldson, Mary Prisoilla (Chapin). d. Orlando, Fla, Feb 3, 1943. 

Longsworth, William Hayes, 6. Tuscararus Co, Ohio, Apr 9, 1878. cd. West Lafayette Coll, BA, 
1906; Yale Divin Sch, BD, 1909; Potomac Univ, MA. ord. Meth, Harrison Co, Ohio, Oct 26, 1906; entered 
Cong fellowship. 1909. p. Orient. NY. 1909-15; Paterson, NJ, 1915-9; Canton, Ohio, 1920-8; Glenville ch. 
Cleveland, Ohio, 1928-39; Twinsburg, Ohio, 1939-43. other act. YMCA ch with AEF, 1918-9. m. Guessie 
^'erl Satterwhite, Henderson, NC, 1908; 5 ch, William Hayes, Jr, Margaret Elizabeth, Ruth Eleanor. 
Robert Marshall, Mary Louise, d. Twinsburg, Ohio. Apr 10, 1943. 

Lunsford, Charles Pinkney, b. Ilaleyville, Ala, June 6, 1802. ord. Cong, Haleyville, Ala, 1S94. p. 
Hackleburg, Ala, 1894-6; Sulligent, Ala, 1894-5; Hackleburg, Ala, 1898-9; Barnesville, Ala, 1901-3; Haley- 
ville, Ala, 1910-2. oth:r act. In bus, US Deputy Marshal; US Commissioner; banker, m. Manervia Angelin 
Wamsley, Marion Co, Ala, 1880; 7 ch, five died in infancy, Charles T, Loucindia (d). d. Hackleburg, Ala, 
June 2. 1943. 

Lusk, Charles Bartley, b. Auglaize Co, Ohio. Apr 15. 1876. ed. Defiance Coll; Chicago Theol Sem. 
ord. Chr. Coletown, Ind, Sept 1912. p. West Manchester & Trotwood, Ohio, 1910-2; Albany, Ind, 1912-5; 
Granville, Ind, 1914-7; Fall Creek ch, Middletown, Ind, 1915-9; Sulphur Springs, Ind, 1917-9; Harrod. 
Ohio, 1919-21; Christiansburg & Cove Springs, Ohio, 1921-5; Winchester, Ind, 1925-31; Sparta ch, Ligon- 
ier. Ind, 1931-42. other act. Vice pres, E Ind Chr Conf, 1917. to. Estella Kettimon, Auglaize Co, Ohio, 1878; 
6 ch, three died in infancy, Robert, Gertrude (Mellott) (d), Doyle (d). d. Kimmell, Ind, Mar 16, 1943. 

Lyon, Walter Emory, 6. Morristown, NY, June 15, 1858. ed. Moody Bible Inst. ord. Cong, Crystal, 
Mich, 1914. p. Honor, Mich (lie), 1907-9; Homestead, Mich (lie), 1908-9; Butternut, Mich (lie), 1909-12; 
Crystal, Mich, 1909-16; Ada. Mich, 1917-9; Bostwick Lake. Mich, 1919-20. 7/i. Evangeline G Fulkerson, 
Big Flats, NY, 1881 ; 2 sons, Leslie Walter, Hartzell J. d. Olivet, Mich. Nov 24, 1943. 

Macdonald, Ernest Warburton Stewart, b. Quincy, Mass, Dec 25, 1911. ed. Dalhousie Univ, BA, 
1938; Andover Newton Theol Sch, BD, 1939. ord. Cong, Newington, NH, June 25, 1939. p. Newington, 
NH, 1938-40; Garden City Kan, 1940-2. other act. Ch, US Army, 1942-3, promoted to capt, Jan 1943; 
awarded Purple Heart medal, m. Katharine Christie Bagnall, Imperoyal, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1937; 2 
ch, John Gregory Stewart, Heather Joyce, d. North Atlantic Ocean, Feb 7, 1943. 

Magwood, George N, b. Stratford, Ont, Can, Sept 21, 1870. ed. W&sley Coll, Can; Alberta Theol Sem, 
Can. ord. Cong, Ryderwood, Wash, 1925. p. Meth pastorates in Grass Valley, Ore, The Dalles, Ore, Aber- 
deen, Wash, Cherry Valley & Davenport, Wash, & western Canada; Ryderwood, Wash, 1925-7; Scappoose, 
Ore, 1928-30; University "Pk ch, Portland, Ore, 1931-3. other act. YMCA sec. Camp Lewis, Wash, 1917-9; 
YMCA sec & welfare worker in logging camps at Grays Harbor, Aberdeen, Wash, after the war; sec, Near 
East Relief, Seattle, Wash, 1926; lee. to. Lela L Shaffer, Seattle, Wash, 1913; 5 ch, James R, Warren S, 
Howard T, Donna M (Andersen), Catherine J. d. Portland. Ore, Oct 28, 1943. 



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Malouf, Naseeb M, b. Mt. Lebanon, Syria, Jan 8, 1889. ed. Bates Coll, MA, 1918; Yale Div Sch, BD, 
1920. ord. Cong. Mechanic Falls, Me, Deo 1917. p. Poland, Me, 1916-7; Mechanic Falls. Me, 1917-8; 
Voluntown ch. Mooseup, Conn, 1918-9; Ramona, Cal, 1921-4. other act. Clerk of Court, San Diego, Co, 
Cal, 1922-4; asst probation officer, San Diego Co, Cal, 1924-32; in restaurant bus, Los Angeles, Cal; officer 
in Masonic order, m. Marjorie Bullard, Wrentham, Mass, 1918; 2 sons, Naseeb M Jr, Roland E. d. Los 
Angeles, Cal, July 9, 1941. 

Markham, Henry Ferris, Ivishwaukee, Winnebago Co, III, Feb 12, 1851. ed. Oberlin Coll, BA, 1873; 
Chicago Theol Sem, 1876-8; Oberlin Sch of Theol, BD, 1880. ord. Cong, Laban Creek, Kan, Oct 1880. 
p. Laban Creek & Mulberry & Salt Creek. Kan, 1880-2; East Branch & West Branch, 1882-3; White Cloud 
& Argentine, Kan, 1883-4; Cora, Kan, 1884-90; Kensington & Athol & Agra, Kan, 1890-3; Berlin, Mass, 
1894-8. other act. Mem, bd of dir, Kan Home My Soc; regis & tr, Eastern Kan Cong Asso, 1925-36. m. Corie 
Benton Sherman, Stocton, Kan, 1884 (d. 1940); 3 sons, Lucius Sherman, Reuel Finney, Henry Veazie. 
d. Long Beach, Cal, Jan 25. 1943. 

Maye, Leslie Riciiard, b. Sedalia. NC. Jan 15. 1886. ed. Talladega Coll Sem, BD, 1911; Oskaloosa 
Coll, BS, 1926. ord. Cong, Talladega, Ala, June 3, 1911. p. Shelby, Ala, 1911-13; Corpus Christi, Tex. 
1913-6; Plymouth ch, Dallas, Tex, 1916-28, 1939-43; People's ch, Dallas, Tex, 1916-24; AME pastorates 
at Greenville & Foreston, Tex, 1929-30; Hubbard, Tex, 1930-1; Waco Tex, 1931-5, Bastrop, Tex, 1935-6, 
Denton. Tex. 1936-7, Fort Worth. Tex. 1937-8. Terrell. Tex, 1938-9. other act. Teacher, Shelby, Ala, 1911- 
3; operated kindergarten in N Dallas, 1916-28, in S Dallas, 1923-8; operated day & night nursery, Dallas 
Tex. 1918-28; pres. Comm Improvement Asso. Dallas, 1918-28; sec. Interdenominational AU, Dallas, 
1917-28; tr, Plymouth Cong Conf of Tex & Okla, 1922-5. m. Susie Anna Mitchell, Cusseta, Ga, 1913; 1 son, 
Leslie Richard Jr. d. Dallas, Tex, May 29, 1943. 

Maynard, Newell Carroll, 6. Marshfield, Me, Nov 26, 1880. ed. Bangor Theol Sem, grad 1907; Dart- 
mouth Coll. BA, 1910; Harvard Univ. EdM. 1927. ord. Cong, Eliot ch. Newton. Mass, June 28, 1907. 
p. Lincoln, Me (stud), 1905-6; Eliot ch, Newton, Mass (asst), 1907-8; Royalton, Vt, 1909-11; South ch, 
Peabody, Mass. 1911-3; Middleboro. Mass. 1914-7; Center ch, Haverhill, Mass, 1918-23. other act. Staff 
lee, Nat'l Soc for Broader Ed, 1913-4; instr, public speaking Harvard Summer Sch, 1922; prof. Public 
Speaking, Tufts Coll, 1922-5; prof of Oratory. 1925-39; visiting lee on English at Harvard Univ & Radcliffe 
Coll, 1926-7. m. Olive Henderson Dunne, Newton, Mass, 1912; 1 S07i, Paul. d. Medford, Mass, Feb 25, 1943. 

Mayos, Lydia S Brock, b. Sarnia, Ontario, Can, Feb 9, 1863. ed. Moody Bible Institute, 1897-9. 
ord. Cong, Clay Center, Kan, Nov 5, 1902. p. Clay Center, Kan. 1899-1904; Stafford. Kan. 1904-9; Car- 
bondale & Paulme. Kan. 1910-3; South Haven, Kan, 1913-5; Cora. Kan, 1915-9; Wheaton, Kan, 1919-22; 
Ford, Kan, 1922-39. m. James Coleman Mayos, Clay Center. Kan, 1904 (d. 1929) ; no ch. d. HUlsboro. Kan. 
May 25. 1943. 

McKenzie, Alexander Louis, 6. Wareham. Mass. Aug 28. 1872. ed. Yale Univ. BA. 1900; Yale 
Divin Sch. BD. 1902. ord. Cong, Wallingford, Vt. Sept 16, 1902. p. Wallingford, Vt, 1902-6; Winthrop, 
Mass. 1906-11; Walpole. Mass, 1911-25. other act. Manager of Bookstore under Cong Pub Soc, 1925-41, 
1942-3. m. Sophia M. Hammond. Wareham, Mass, 1902; no ch. d. Norwood. Mass, Aug 25, 1943. 

Miller, Orley Lester, b. Minneapolis, Kan. Apr 13. 1881. ed. Washburn Coll, BA. 1906; Union Theol 
Sem, BD, 1909; Columbia Univ, MA, 1909. ord. Cong, Garnett, Kan, Oct 15, 1909. p. Garnett, Kan, 1909- 
12; Osborne, Kan, 1912-6; Centralia, Kan, 1916-9; Chapman, Kan, 1919-20. other act. Teacher, Louisville. 
Kan, 1920-2; in bus, Kansas City, Mo, 1922-6; teacher. Amarillo, Tex, 1926-43. d. Amarillo. Tex, Aug 5, 
1943. 

Moore, Edward Caldwell, b. West Chester, Pa, Sept 1, 1857. ed. Marietta Coll, BA, 1877, MA. 1880, 
Union Theol Sem. BD. 1884; grad study in Germany 1884-6; Brown Univ. PhD, 1891. h. degrees, DD, 
Marietta Coll, 1892; DD, Yale Univ, 1909; LLD, Grinnell Coll, 1920; DTh, Univ of Giessen, Germany; 
1926. ord. Presb. New York, NY, May 12, 1884; entered Cong fellowship 1889. p. Yonkers, NY (Presb) , 
1886-9; Central ch, Providence, RI, 1889-1901. other act. Parkman prof of Theol, Harvard Univ. 1901-29; 
Plummer prof of Christian Morals. Harvard Univ. 1915-29; prof emeritus, 1929-43; chm, bd of preachers. 
Harvard Univ. 1915-28; corp mem. ABCFM for 36 yrs; Prudential Com. ABCFM, chm, 1905-14, pres, 
1914-25; chm, deputation to Cliina, 1907; mem, American Comm for Relief in Near East, 1919. pub. The 
New Testament in the Christian Church, 1904; History of Christian Thought since Kant, 1912; The Spread 
of Christianity in the Modern World. 1919; West and East, 1919; The Nature of Religion, 1930; ed (collab 
with A. T. Davison) Harvard University Hymn Book, 1925. m. Eliza Coe Brown, New York, NY, 1887; 
3 ch, Dorothea May, John Crosby Brown, Elizabeth Ripley, d. Cambridge, Mass. Mar 26. 1943. (See TK/io's 
Who in America.) 

Morton, Howard Ansel, 6. New Germany, Nova Scotia. Mar 3. 1873. ed. Acadia Coll, NS, BA, 1897; 
Harvard Univ, BA, 1899; Chicago Theol Sem, BD, 1904; Yale Univ, MA, 1909. ord. Cong, Cobourg. Ont, 
Canada. May 1902; entered US fellowship. 1904. p. Cobourg, Ont; Rollo, 111. 1903-5; East Orleans, Mass, 
1905-7; Essex. Conn, 1907-11; Deep River, Conn, 1911-9; Newington. Coim. 1920-1; PhUlips ch. South 
Boston. Mass. 1921-9; Point of Pines Com ch. Revere, Mass, 1932-6, 1938-43. other act. Private teacher in 
Bible history & languages, 1929-43. m. Eleanor IMcDonald Knowles, Somerville, Mass, 1902; 2 ch, Eleanor 
McDonald (Street), Richard Knowles. d. Lynn. Mass, Apr 7, 1943. 

Nelson, Andrew G, b. Smouland, Sweden, Apr 8, 1851. ed. Lindsborg Theol Sem, Kan, grad 1870. 
ord. Swedish Evan Lutheran Synod, Lindsborg, Kan, May 1870; entered Cong fellowship, 1884. p. Worces- 
ter, Mass, 1883-5; Sauk Rapids, Minn, 1888-9; Franconia & Sandstone, Minn, 1895-9; Pittsburgh, Pa, 
1901-3, 1913-7; Chandlers Valley ch, Sugargrove, Pa, 1903-5, 1919-23; Buffalo. NY (Evang), 1906-10; 
Scandia, Pa (Evang), 1910-1. other act. Dir, Life Ins co in Chicago, 111. 1922-32. m. Mathilda Falen. James- 
town, NY, 1873; 10 ch, tliree died in infancy. Frank, J K G Elmer, Florence Melinda, George Emil, David 
Nathaniel, Esther Carolina. Edith Regina Mathilda, d. Sugar Grove. Pa. Mar 27, 1943. 



1943] Necrology 49 

Newell, Horatio Bannister, 6. East Orrington, Me, Aug 27, 18G1. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1883, MA, 
1890; Chicago Theol Sem, BD, 1887. h. degrees, DD, Tabor Coll, 1908; DD, Amherst Coll, 1923. ord. Cong, 
Greenfield, Mass, Aug 25, 1887. uther act. My, ABCFM, Niigata, Japan, 1887-1904; sub station at Nagaoka, 
Japan, 1889-92; Matsuyama, Japan, 1904-23; Seoulin, Korea, 1923-30. m. Jane Cozad, Tokyo, Japan, 
1889; 4 ch, Florence Cozad (Beam), Justus Wellington (d), Harriet (Hunter), Horatio Whitman, d. Clare- 
mont, Cal, Aug 14, 1943. 

Nicliolls, John Demain, h. Liverpool, Eng, July 4, 1865. ord. Northern Bapt, Glenville, Neb, May 18. 
1890; entered Cong fellowship, 1910. p. Marion, ND, 1909-10; New England, ND, 1910-11; Lakeside, 
Wash, 1911-2; Lopez, Wash, 1912-3; Ferndale & N Bellingham, Wash, 1913-5; Christopher, Wash, 1915-9; 
Olivet ch, Seattle, Wash, 1917-9. m. Laura Belle; 1 son adopted, John Notley. d. Seattle, Wash, Mar 13, 
1943. 

Norton, Edwin Clarence, b. Bradford, Pa, July 5, 1856. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1879; Johns Hopkins, 
1879-80; Yale Divin Sch, 1881-3, MA, 1900; grad study, Oxford, Eng, 1904, Columbia Univ, 1914. h. 
dcurces, PhD, Carleton Coll, 1896; DD, Pacific Sch of Rel, 1910. ord. Cong, Yankton, SD, May 1, 1884. 
other act. Prin, public schs, Alexandria & Waseca, Minn, 1880-1; prof of Greek, Yankton Coll, SD, 1883-7; 
prin of preparatory Dept, Pomona Coll, Cal, 1888-90; dean, Pomona Coll & prof of Greek lang & lit, 1890- 
1923; dean em, 1923-43; pres & mod, S Cal Cong Conf, 1911-2. m. Frances Lee Rice, New Haven, Conn, 
1884; 4 ch, Katharine Rice (Benner), Philip (d), Dorothy (d), Theodore Edwin (d). d. Claremont, Cal, 
Oct 6, 1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Nuuhiwa, Solomon D, ord. Cong, Hauula, Oahu, TH, Apr 18, 1897. p. Hauula-Kahuku ch. TH, 
1897-1908. d. Hauula, Oahu, TH, Apr 8, 1941. 

Oldfield, WiUiam Judson, b. Chicago, 111, Sept 16, 1871. ed. Knox Coll; Yashota Theol Sem, Wis. 
ord. Cong. Clark, SD. Nov 12, 1903. p. Estelline, SD, 1898-1903; Clark, SD, 1903-8; Milbank, SD, 1908-14; 
Roundup, Mont, 1914-9; Glendive, Mont, 1919-21; Ashland, Ore, 1921-6; Brea. Cal. 1920-31; Mojave. 
Cal. 1933-43. m. Nellie Loretta Leonard, Estelline, SD, 1900; no ch. d. Mojave, Cal, June 15, 1943. 

OmaD«, Chester C, b. Walled Lake, Mich, Sept 29, 1861. ed. Spring Arbor Sem, 1883. ord. Free Meth, 
Sherwood. Mich, 1891; entered Cong fellowship, 1896. p. Minden City & Helena & White Cloud, Mich, 
1896-9; Bedford & Banfield, Mich, 1899-1901; Wheatland, Mich, 1901-4; Addison, Mich, 1905-9; White 
Cloud, Mich (2nd pas). 1909-11; Alpine & Walker, Mich, 1911-8; Metamora, Mich. 1920-3; Webster, 
Mich, 1924-5. m. Cora A, Quincy, Mich, 1888; 4 ch, L Nelson, Glen A. Beatrice (Howell). Paul (d. 1919). 
d. Ann Arbor, Mich, Jan 27. 1943. 

Packard, Nahum Luther, 6. Brockton. Mass. Dec 31. 1851. ed. Wis Univ, grad 1883; Chicago Theo 
Sem, grad 1886. ord. Cong, Nashua. Iowa. June 22. 1886. p. Nashua. Iowa. 1886-90; Ionia, Iowa, 1889-93; 
Chickasaw & Bassett, Iowa, 1890-3; Buffalo Center, Iowa, 1896-9; Riceville & Mclntyre, Iowa. 1899-1904; 
Liberty. Neb, 1912-7; Wahoo, Neb. 1917-20; Alma. Neb. 1920-2; Arvin, Cal. 1922-8, 1932-5. other act. 
Evang in Iowa. 1893-6. in Neb, 1904-12; mod. Neb Cong Conf, 1918. t/j. Luella Williams, Richmond, Ind, 
1853; 5 ch, Jessie Gaddis. Alice (d), Gertrude (d). Helen Yaussy. Lawrence, d. Arvin, Cal. May 29. 1943. 

Page, Wesley Eugene, b. Brownville, Me. Aug 18. 1871. ed. Bates Coll. BA, 1894; Yale Divin Sch. 
BD. 1897. ord. Cong. Milton, Conn. June 15, 1897. p. Milton, Conn. 1896-1903; Ellsworth. Conn. 1904-10; 
Torringford ch. Torrington, Coim. 1910-21; New Haven. Vt. 1921-3; Westminster West. Vt. 1923-30; 
Jericho Center. Vt. 1930-7. other act. YMCA sec in France, 1918-9. ?«. Mary Emily Page, Milton, Conn, 
1899 (d. 1938); no ch: rn. Gladys Sarah Nealy, Richmond, Vt, 1941; no ch. d. Jericho Center, Vt, Jan 13, 
1943. 

Papazian, Manassah Garabed, b. Beredjik, Cilicia, Feb 16, 1865. ed. Central Turkey Coll, Aintab, 
BA, 1882; Yale Divin Sch. BD, 1889; Andover Newton Theol Sem, 1889-90. h. degree, DD, Pacific Sch of 
Rel. 1939. ord. Cong. Rowley. Mass. May 28. 1890. p. Rowley. Mass. 1890-2; Haig Evang ch, Aintab, 
Tmkey, 1892-1907; Armenian Evang ch, New York, NY. 1908-14; Pilgrim Armenian ch, Fresno. Cal, 
1914-40; p. em, 1940-43; Bethany ch, Oakland. Cal (interim), 1940-1; Gethsemane ch. Los Angeles. Cal 
.^interim). 1941; Cilicia ch, Pasadena, Cal (interim), 1941-2. other act. Teacher in Egin, Turkey. 1882-4; in 
Central Turkey Coll. 1884-6; gen evang & Home Sec of Armenian My Asso of America, 1928-9; visit abroad 
the Armenian diaspora, 1929-30; lecturer & fund raiser for Near East Relief, 1918-9; mod, Cal Cong Conf, 
1923; honored by Fresno Internat'l Inst as one of three distinguished citizens of foreign birth, 1938. m. Mary 
Foster. Rowley. Mass, 1892; 5 ch. John William (d). George Mark. Paul Bradstreet, Laura Foster, Robert 
Aram (d). d. Fresno. Cal, July 11, 1943. 

Paris, Sandy A, b. Jan 10. 1867. ord. Cong. Athens. Ala, Apr 7, 1896. p. Jonesboro, Tenn, 1893-6; 
Mt Earley, Tenn, 1896-8; Marietta, Ga, 1898-1911; Mooresville. NC. 1916-38; Shinnsville ch. Troutman. 
NC, 1916-42. other act. Teacher, Warner Inst, Tenn. prior to 1898; teacher in rural schs of Ga. 1898-1916; 
teacher. Mooresville, NC, 1916-25. m. Mrs. Paris; 9 ch, 6 boys & 3 girls (d). d. Mooresville, NC, Aug 23, 
1943. 

Parsons, Edward Smith, 6. Brooklyn, NY, Aug 9. 1863. ed. Amherst Coll, BA, 1883. MA, 1886; 
Columbia Univ, 1883-4; Yale Divin Sch. BD, 1887. h. degrees, LHD. Amherst Coll, 1903; LLD. Ohio Wes- 
leyan Coll. 1929; LLD, Marietta Coll, 1935. ord. Cong, Park ch, Greeley, Colo, Aug 29, 1888. p. Park ch. 
Greeley. Colo. 1888-92. other act. Prof of English & head of EngUsh Dept. Colorado Coll, 1892-1917; vice 
pres. Colorado Coll. 1899-1916; dean, Dept Arts & Sciences, Colorado Coll, 1901-17; YMCA asso sec War 
Personnel Bd, NYC. 1917-9; pres. Marietta Coll. 1919-36; pres emeritus. 1936-43; class sec, 1936-43; 
pres, YMCA bd of dir, Colorado Springs. 1894; pres, Colo Conf of Charities & Correction; chm, Rocky Mt 
Athletic Council, 1909; pres, Ohio Coll Asso, 1923-4; organized Marietta Community Concerts, pub. The 
Earliest Life of Milton, 1902; The Social Message of Jesus, 1910; editor. Milton's Minor Poems. 1900 



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711. Mary Augusta Ingersoll, Cleveland, Ohio, 1889; 6 ch, Esther, Charles Edwards (d), Elizabeth Ingersoll, 
Josephine (d), Edward Smith Jr, Talcott. d. C'ambridge, Mass, Apr 22, 1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Parsons, James, b. London, Eng, Sept 8, 1863. ed. Wheaton Coll, BA, 1888; Pacific Theol Sem, grad 
1893. ord. Cong, Soquel, Cal, May 18, 1893. p. Soquel, Cal, 1893-5; Vocaville, Cal, 1895-6; Central Ave 
ch, Los Angeles, Cal, 1896-8; Primghar, Iowa, 1898-1900; Harlan, Iowa, 1900-4; Owatonna, Minn, 1904-6; 
First ch, Sedalia, Mo, 1906-9. other act. Supt, Society for the Friendless, in Minn, 1909-18, in Kan & Mo, 
1918-29, in Cal, 1929-31; nat'l supt, 1931-7. m. Nina J Custis, Carlisle, Ohio, 1865; 6 ch, Nina L (Garlock), 
Charles Curtis, Paul W, James Lowell, Ruth P (Baker), Miriam Katharine (Johnson), d. Anahim, Cal, 
Aug 20, 1943. 

Paske, WilHam JoIifTe, b. Bristol, Eng, Apr 10, 1863. ord. Cong, Newcastle, Neb, May 5, 1887. p. 
Newcastle, Neb, 1886-8; Pierce, Neb, 1888-91; Park PI ch, Omaha, Neb, 1891-3; Norfolk, Neb, 1893-6; 
Verona, NJ, 1896-1900; First ch, Moiitclair, NJ (asst), 1900-3; Alexandria, Minn, 1904-7; Central Pk ch, 
Chicago, III, 1907-9; Highland ch, Cleveland, Ohio, 1910-4; Stuart, Fla, 1915-6; Worthington, Minn, 1916- 
8. other act. Ch in Masonic order, m. Ida Kline, Norfolk, Neb, 1888; 3 sons, William Ralph, Charles Herbert, 
Oliver Wendell, d. Altadena, Cal, Nov 30, 1943. 

Pearson, Daniel J, b. Pearson, Ga, Mar 31, 1867. ord. Cong, Waycross, Ga, Oct 3, 1905. p. Rocky 
Hill ch, Wilsonville, Ga, 1905-6; Mt. Green ch, Hasty, Ga, 1906-7; White Hall ch, Waycross, Ga, 1906-7, 
1918-20; Union Hill ch, Pearson, Ga, 1908-10, 1915-20; New Light ch & Poplar Grove ch, Doerun, Ga, 
1910-7; First ch, Douglas, Ga, 1913-7; Mt. Green ch, Fairfax, Ga, 1916-9; Mt. Green ch, Millwood, Ga, 
1920-9. other act. Deputy tax collector, 1923-8; Co surveyor, Atkinson, Ga, 1928-41; commissioner, tax 
deeds, Atkinson Co, Ga, 1933-41; officer in Masonic order, m. Letitia Sears, Pearson, Ga, 1888 (d. 1890); 
2 sons, James W, Daniel Jr (d): m. Mary Dean, 1892 (d. 1928); 9 ch, Maggie. Mattie (d), Rachel, Letitia, 
Nezzie, Benajah, Esther. Elizabeth, Fannie, d. Pearson, Ga, Jan 11, 1943. 

Peel, Robert Henry, b. Nansemond Co, Va, July 20. 1864. ed. Elon Coll, BA, 1893. ord. Chr. Holland, 
Va, Oct 31, 1894. p. Amberly, Va, 1896-8; Damascus & Eures & Liberty Spring & Sarem, Va, 1898-9; 
Ivor, Va, 1899-1900; Union Surry & Spring Hill & Waverly, Va. 1899-1901; Dendron, Va, 1901-5; Union 
Southampton & Mt Zion, \a, 1905-7; Windsor & Johnson's Grove & Barretts, Va, 1905-14; Ivor & Isle of 
Wight, Va, 1908-14; New Lebanon, Va, 1914-5; Burtons Grove, Va, 1908-16; Wakefield & Union Surry & 
Dendron, Va, 1914-6; South Westerlo, NY, 1916-8; Washington & Draketown, Pa, 1918-20; Gasport, 
NY, 1920-35. other act. Pres, Valley \'a Chr Conf, 1896; pres, NY Western Chr Conf, 1931. m. Florence V 
Neff, Antioch, Rockingham Co, \a, 1898; 2 ch, Jesse Burkholder, Katherine (Israel), d. Barker, NY, Oct 30, 
1943. 

Poeton, Josiah, 6. Coventry, Eng, Oct 28, 1867. ed. Teacher training in Eng; Moody Bible Inst, 1894- 
6; Bangor Theol Sem, grad 1902. ord. Cong, Taylor, Neb, Nov 24, 1896. p. Taylor, Neb, 1896-9; Masardis, 
Me, 1902-4; Irasburg, Vt, 1904-8; Johnson, Vt, 1908-10; San Ysidro, Cal, 1913-5; Claremont, Cal (Boys 
Work Dir), 1920-5. other act. Teacher in Eng. my. Me My Soc & Cong SS Soc, 1899-1904; manager of coop, 
San Ysidro, Cal, 1910-8; YMCA sec in France, 1918-9; dean of ed, Rio Grande Inst, Albuquerque, NM, 
1925-31; social worker among Mexicans in Cal since 1931. pub. The Gospel according to John Doe. m. Har- 
riet Ives Hale, Lincoln, Neb, 1896; 3 dau, Lois Maywood (Bentlej), Mary Elizabeth (White), Lucy Ham- 
mond (Tiffany), d. Claremont, Cal, Oct 15, 1943. 

Oulnby, Joseph Langdon, 6. North Sandwich, NH, Oct 30, 1859. ed. Harvard Univ, 1882-3; Yale 
Univ, 1884-5; Bowdoin Coll, grad 1895; Andover Newton Theol Sem, grad 1890. h. degree. PhD, Central 
Univ, Ind, 1910. ord. Cong, Gardiner, Me, Apr 19, 1892. p. Gardiner, Me, 1892-1943. other act. Pres, Asso 
Charities for 25 yrs. m. Estella A, North Sandwich, NH, 1885; 1 dau. d. Augusta, Me. June 12, 1943. 

Redfield, Charles Philip, b. Arlington, Vt, Jan 19, 1868. ed. Williams Coll, grad 1893; Hartford Theol 
Sem, grad 1898. ord. Cong, Winter Park, Fla, Jan 18, 1899. p. Winter Park, Fla, 1898-1904; Kingston, RI, 
1905-15. other act. Teacher, 1893-5. m. CJertrude M Burdick. Danielson, Conn, 1926; no ch. d. Rocky Hill, 
Coim. Jan 8, 1943. 

Reitlnger, Philip, b. Hungary. Apr 1, 1864. ed. Coll in Swit; Oberlin, Slavic course, grad 1889. ord. 
Cong, Cleveland, Ohio, May 27, 1889. p. St. Louis. Mo (Czech), 1889-90; Wahoo, Neb (Czech), 1890-1; 
Silver Lake, Minn, 1891-1903; Elmdale, Minn. 1897-1903; Cleveland, Ohio (German), 1903-6; Christ 
German ch, Chicago, 111, 1906-9; Mizpah ch. Cleveland, Ohio, 1909-22. other act. Gen My, Neb. m. Josephine 
Duba, Iowa Citj-, Iowa, 1889; 2 ch. Ruble J (Matuska), Theophil P. d. Montclair. NJ, Nov 8, 1943. 

RIggs, Henry Harrison, b. Sivas. Turkey. Mar 2. 1875. cd. Carleton Coll, BA. 1896. Auburn Theol 
Sem, BD, 1902. ord. Presb, Linnett, NY, Apr 1902; entered Cong fellowship, 1903. other act. Teacher in 
Anatolia Coll, Marsovan, Turkey. 1896-9; my, ABCFM, Palestine. 1902; pres, Euphrates Coll, Harpoot, 
Turkey, 1903-10; evang work in Harpoot, 1912-5; relief & rescue work in Armenia, 1915-7; lee in US for 
.\rmenian Relief, 1917-8; relief, reconstruction & m.\- work in Turkey, 1919-20, in Constantinople & Beirut, 
1920-35; mem of statf. Near East Sch of Theol, 1935-43; sec, Near East Christian Council, 1935-43. m. 
.-Vnnie C Tracy, Athens, Pa, 1904 (d. 1905): m. Emma M Barnum, Harpoot, Turkey, 1907 (d. 1917); 1 dau. 
Annie B (d) : m. Annie M Denison, Harpoot, Turkey, 1920; 2 dau, Ruth Elizabeth, Helen Sarah, d. Jeru- 
salem, Palestine, Aug 17, 1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Rowe, Marion Macdonald, b. Rome, Ga, Sept 28, 1872. ord. Cong, Houston, Ala, Sept 17, 1914. p. 
Smith's Chapel, Arley. Ala, 1913-22; Liberty Hill ch, Houston, Ala, 1914-6, 1918-30; Bethel ch, Addison, 
Ala, 1913-22; Union Cirove ch, Haleyville & Mt Carmel ch, Hamilton, Ala, 1928-9; Robertson's Chapel, 
Arley, Ala, 1926-43. m. Rose Lela Stewart, Houston, Ala, 1899; 5 ch, Mattie, James Henry. Hubert Lee. 
Loueta, Hirshel Stewart, d. Jasper, Ala, Mar 19, 1943. 



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Ruring, victor H, h. southern 111, Sept 28, 1805. ed. N Ind Normal Sch, BA, 1892; Oberlin Sch of 
Theol, BD, 1897. h. degree, DD, Valparaiso Norm Coll. ord. Cong, Highmore, SD, Aug 4, 1897. p. Morris- 
town & Waterville, Minn, 1898-1900; Coopenstown, ND, 1900-4; David City. Neb, 1905-8; Plaza, ND, 
1908-9; Maquoketa, Iowa, 1912-6; Kingsley, Iowa, 1916-9; Shabbona, 111, 1919-21; Lebanon, Mo, 1921-6; 
Danville, Iowa, 1926-34. m. Ola Barnett, Morristown, Minn, 1899; no ch. d. Mt Pleasant, Iowa, Nov 12, 
1943. 

Sarjeant, James Emanuel, 6. Barbados, BWI, June 20, 1871. ed. Moravian Theol Sem, Buxton 
Grove, Antigua, BWI, BD, 1902; Eugene Bible Inst, 1926; Central Univ, DD, 1932. ord. Moravian, Roe- 
buck St ch, Bridgetown, Barbados, BWI, Sept 23, 1906; entered Cong fellowship, 1921. p. Moravian pas- 
torates 1902-19, St Jan, BWI (asst), 1902-3; Roebuck St ch, Bridgetown, Barbados, BWI (asst), 1903-8; 
Greenbay ch, Antigua, BWI, 1908-13; Gracehill ch, Antigua, BWI, 1913-7; Moriah ch, Tobago, BWI, 
1917-9; Union ch (formerly Ebenezer Moravian), New York, NY, 1921-42. other act. Teacher of Sloan- 
Duployan phonography, m. Lilian Estelle Todd, Bridgetown, BWI, 1907; no ch. d. New York, NY, Dec 3, 
1942. 

Schwlmley, William Alvin, h. Donnellson, Iowa, June 23, 1869. ed. Eastern Iowa Normal Sch; Lean- 
der Clark Coll, Iowa; Oberlin Sch of Theol, BD, 1895; grad study at Chicago Univ, 1909. ord. Cong, Pen- 
field, Ohio. May 7, 1895. p. Lynn ch, Ogden. Utah (lie), 1892-3; Penfield, Ohio, 1893-6; Green River, Wyo, 
1896-7; David City, Neb, 1897-9; Ashkum, 111, 1899-1900; Kangley, 111, 1900-2; Anita, Iowa, 1902-6; 
Shenandoah, Iowa, 1906-7; Sibley, Iowa, 1907-10; Ashland, Ore, 1911-4; First ch, Lodi, Cal, 1914-20; 
Calvary ch, Oakland, Cal, 1920-2; Escondido, Cal, 1922-9; Pacoima, Cal, 1929-30. other act. Pres, Iowa 
state CE Union, 1904-6. m, Nora loa Carr, Nira, Iowa, 1890; 3 sons. Max Alvin, Leslie Carr, Don Howard. 
d. Pasadena. Cal, Aug 2, 1943. 

Secord, Albert Solomon, h. New Durham, Ont, Canada, Feb 8, 1868. ed. McGill Univ, BA & BD, 
1900. ord. Cong, Forest, Ont, June 1900; entered US fellowship, 1904. p. Forest, Ont, 1900-4; Belding, 
Mich, 1904-7; Lakeview, Mich, 1907-10; Brecksville, Ohio, 1910-1; West Williamsfield, Ohio, 1915-8; 
Olmsted Falls, Ohio, 1918-21. m. Frances E. Dobie, Port Huron, Mich, 1904; 1 son, Clarence D (rf. 1936). 
d. Olmsted Falls. Ohio, June 26, 1943. 

Sims, Richard Verden, h. Aberdeen, Miss, Jan 1, 1808. ed. Tougaloo Coll, grad 1897; Tougaloo Theol 
Sem, grad 1898. ord. Cong, New Iberia, La, Feb 5, 1899. p. New Iberia, La, 1898-1940; Belle, La, 1914-38. 
other act. Teacher in rural .schs 1901-7; prin, public sch, 1910-1; mod, La Cong col Conf, 1903, 1915-17 
1935-7; treas. La Cong col Conf, 1921-35; officer in Masonic order, 1915-8. m. Henriette Darby (d): m. 
Effle Taylor (d) ; 7 ch, Annie id), Bessie (d), Frank (d), Gladys (Miller), Willie, Katie (Cash), Richard Verden 
Jr. d. New Iberia, La, Feb 27, 1943. 

Small, Harry Elmer, b. Machiasport, Me, Nov 6, 1802. ed. Washburn Coll, Kan, 1 yr; Amherst Coll, 
BA, 1890; Yale Divin Sch, BD, 1893. ord. Cong, North Guilford, Conn, June 20, 1893. p. North Guilford, 
Conn, 1893-4; Riverside ch. East Providence, RI, 1895-0; Goshen, Conn, 1897-1928; Canterbury, Conn, 
1928-38; p. em. Goshen, Conn, 1928-43. other act. Mem, sch bd, Goshen, Conn, 1898-1918; reg, Litchfield 
NE Cong Conf, 1918-28; rep, Conn state legis, 1927. m. Bertha Bartlett, Guilford, Conn, 1895; 4 ch. Eleanor 
(Norton), Miriam Rossiter, Harry Eliot (d), Edwin Williams, d. North Berwick, Me, Dec 10, 1943. 

Smith, Eugene Bernard, 6. Northbridge, Mass, June 12, 1881. ed. Bates Coll, BA, 1904; Hartford 
Theol Sem, BD, 1909; grad study, 1910. ord. Cong, Lebanon, Conn, June 10, 1909. p. Lebanon, Conn, 
1909-12; Hope oh. East Providence, RI, 1912-5; Berkshire, NY. 1915-8; Calipatria, Cal, 1920-2; Yucaipa, 
Cal, 1925-7; Paxton, Mass, 1932-4. other act. Ch, US Army, 1918-9; field sec, Pilgrim Mem Fd & Inter Ch 
World Movement, 1919-20; lib, San Francisco, Cal, 1924-5. m. Helena B. Nutter, Springfield, Ma.ss, 1920. 
d. Bedford, Mass, Nov 18, 1943. 

Smith, James Cballen, b. Veedersburg, Ind, Jan 24, 1805. ed. Butler Coll, BA, 1888, MA, 1894. ord. 
Cong, Alexandria, Ind, Oct 19, 1896. p. Alexandria, Ind, 1890-1903; Siiverton, Colo, 1903-6; Provo, Utah, 
1906-10. other act. Teacher, high sch. Salt Lake City, 1910-2, prin of jr high sch, 1914-21 ; teacher, Sawtelle, 
Cal, 1921-4; sec. Chamber of Commerce & highway asso. m. India Wilson, Brighton, Iowa, 1888; 4 ch, 
Helen, Cornelia (Manning), Josephine (Gray), James Challen Jr. d. Los Angeles, Cal, Sept 22, 1943. 

Steelman, Isaac Newton, 6. Shakeb'ville, Pa, Nov 16, 18.59. ed. Colgate Coll, BA, 1882, MA, 1885; 
Morgan Park Theol Sem. h. degree, DD, 1922. ord. Bapt, Atlantic City, NJ, Oct 29, 1885; entered Cong 
fellowship, 1903. p. Lakewood, NY, 1903-5; Berkshire, NY, 1905-8; Crown Point & Ironville, NY, 1908-9; 
Saugerties, NY. 1909-11; Cairo, NY (Presb), 1911-4; Flanders, NY (Presb), 1914-5; Breakabeen, NY 
(Presb), 1915-20; Parish & Hastings, NY (Presb), 1920-2; Orwell, NY, 1922-4. other act. My in Mexico 4 
yrs prior to 1903. to. Carrie E Ball, Honesdale, Pa, 1887; 5 ch, Henry, Florence (Dick), Mrs. Albert Christ- 
man, George N, Ruth B (d. 1925). d. Williamstown, NY, June 13, 1943. 

Stolz, Karl Ruf, 6. Traverse City, Mich, Jan 9, 1884. ed. Baldwin-Wallace Coll, Berea, Ohio, BA, 
1907; Garrett Biblical Inst, BD, 1909; Northwestern Univ, MA, 1909; Iowa State Univ, PhD, 1911. h. 
degrees, DD, Baldwin-Wallace Coll, 1927; DD, Garrett Biblical Inst, 1928. ord. Meth, 1911; entered Cong 
fellowship, 1928. other act. Prof, Rel Ed, Wesley Coll, 1912-24; head of der)t. Bib Lit & Rel Ed, YMCA Coll, 
Chicago, 111, 1924-7; prof, English Bible, & dean Sch of Tel Ed, Hartford Sem Found, 1927-43; visiting prof 
im Rel Psychol, Presb Theol Sem, 1932, Garrett Biblical Inst, 1934. pub. Psychology of Prayer, 1923; Evolu- 
tion & Genesis, 1927; Pastoral Psychology, 1932; Psychology of Religious Living, 1937; Tricks our Minds 
Play on Us, 1939; Making the Most of the Rest of Life, 1941; The Church & Psychotherapy, 1943; (with 
others) Jesus & a Boy's Philosophy of Life, 1926; Studies in Religious Education, 1931; Religion & The 
Church Tomorrow, 1936. m. Fern Marie Buchanan, Solon, Iowa, 1912; 2 sons, Arthur Buchanan, Karl 
Robert, d. Hartford, Conn, Mar 29, 1943, (See Who's Who in America.) 



52 Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches [1943 

Strickland, Frederick Guy, 6. Mishawaka, Ind, Dec 14, 1869. cd. Antionh Coll; Ilillrdale Col); Hiram 
Coll, BA, 1S9C; grad study at Cleveland Coll of Phys and Surg, Cleveland Coll of Oiatorv. ord. Chr, Eel 
River Conf, Ind, Aug 1890. p. Enon, Ohio, 1890-3; Britton, Mich, 1893-8; Union ch, Chicago, 111, 1898- 
1902; Central ch, Columbus, Ind (Disc), 1902-4; Anderson, Ind, 1906-11; Portland, Ind. 1907-8; Dayton, 
Ohio, 1911-5; Roseville, Ohio, 1915-6; Franklin, Ohio, 1916-7; College ch, Defiance, Ohio, 1917-20; South 
Solon. Ohio, 1921-3; Mt Pleasant, Ohio, 1923-5; Centerville ch. Lees Creek, Ohio, 1925-36; Williamsport, 
Ohio, 1936-43; Five Point ch, Williamsport, Ohio, 1936-8; Clarksburg, Ohio, 1941-3; Dyesville, Ohio 
(Comm), 1923-42. other act. Prof of Economics & Pub Speaking, Defiance Coll, 1917-20; lect for labor & 
temperance orgs, 1896-1943; sec, Nat'l Conv Social Dem party, Indianapolis, Ind, 1900; sec, Socialist Party 
of Ind; nat'l lee for Socialist Party, 1908-10; edited The Social Forum, 1899-1900, Social Justice, 1901-2, 
The Iowa Socialist, 1903; pres. Deer Creek PTA, 1940-3; 1st resident manager of Hiram House, Cleveland. 
m. May McDonald, New Lexington, Ohio, 1891; 2 ch, Duncan McDonald, Mary Louise (Roberts), d. Wil- 
liamsport, Ohio, Apr 6, 1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Surdival, William, b. Carnarvon, North Wales, Sept 10, 1859. ed. Kings Sch of Oratory & Theol, 
North Wales, h. degree, DD, Defiance Coll, 1912. ord. Welch Cong, Jermyn, Pa, Feb 19, 1896. p. S Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa, 1895-6; Jermyn, Pa, 1896-8; South Side ch, Pittsburgh, Pa, 1898-1905; Gomer, Ohio, 1905-14; 
Middlepoint, Ohio (Presb), 1914-23; Ottawa, Ohio (Presb), 1923-8; Lexington, Ohio (Presb), 1928-33. 
other act. In bus prior to 1896. to. Margaret Williams, Wilkes-Barre, Pa, 1887 (d. 1926); 5 ch, Robert J (d. 
1922), Mrs. W J Edwards. Elizabeth, Mrs. F W Baxter, Mrs. D W Lutz (d. 1936). d. Ashland, Ohio, 
July 23, 1943. 

Swan, Herbert Eugene, 6. Shabbona, 111, Jan 29, 1864. ed. Dodge City Theol Sem, 4 jts. ord. ME, 
Hutchinson, Kan, Mar 1890; entered Cong fellowship, 1922. p. Meth chs until 1919; Pilgrim ch, Oklahoma 
City, Okla, 1919-20; Jennings, Okla, 1938-43. other act. Supt, Okla Anti Saloon League, 1899-1906; mod, 
Okla Cong Conf, 1926. to. pvb. It Might Be; Moonshine Valley, d. Jennings, Okla, Dec 11, 1943. 

Taggart, George Andrew, b. Parkenburgh, W Va. Mar 20. 1862. ord. Cong, Freewater, Ore, Apr 4, 
1896. p. Ingle Chapel, Freewater, Ore, 1896-8; Tualatin, Ore, 1897-8; Mississippi Ave ch, Portland, Ore, 
1898-1902; Rainier & St Helens, Ore, 1902-5; Weiser, Ida, 1920-4. other act. in bus in Ida; mod, Ida Cong 
Conf, 1922; officer in Masonic order, m. Annie Laurie Coston, Walla Walla, Wash, 1893; 3 ch, two deceased, 
d. Myrtle Creek, Ore, Aug 2, 1943. 

Tate, Emily Louise Bond, b. Southington, Conn, Mar 28, 1867. ord. Cong, Franklin, Conn, Oct 24, 
1924. p. Franklin, Conn (A.sso), 1923-5; Higganum, Conn (Asso), 1926-37. to. William J Tate, Plantsville, 
Conn, 1894 (d); 3 sons, Stanley Bond (d). William J Jr, George E. d. Higganum, Conn, Aug 1, 1943. 

Towne, Salem Darius, 6. Clarksburg, Mass, May 9, 1857. ed. Bangor Theol Sem, grad 1885. ord. 
Cong, Ellsworth Falls, Me, June 30, 1885. p. Ellsworth Falls, Me, 1883-7; Hampden, Me, 1887-9; Old Town 
& Milford, Me, 1892-4; Medford, Mass, 1911-4. other act. Teacher in \t schs; bookkeeper & paymaster at 
Bennington Woolen Mills; regis of Probate Court, 1882; gen my for Me M.\- Soc, 1888-90; published denom 
paper "The Word and the Work", 1890-1900; published clergy supplies, 1900-38. m. Sarah C. Wheeler, 
Williamstown, Mass, 1878 (d. 1932); 3 ch, Ernest W, Edward R. Mrs. Morton Walker: m. Edna F Higgins, 
Boston, Mass, 1933. d. Somerville, Mass, Apr 26, 1943. 

Van Der Pyl, Nicholas, b. Ouwerkerk, Zeeland, Holland. Jan 11, 1866. ed. Hartford Theol Sem, BD. 
1893. ord. Cong. North Wilbraham, Mass, Sept 13, 1893. p. North Wilbraham, Mass, 1893-5; Holliston, 
Mass, 1895-1903; Marblehead, Mass, 1903-7; Centre ch, Haverhill, Mass, 1907-17; First ch, Oberlin, Ohio, 
1917-22; United ch, Oberlin, Ohio, 1922-7. other art. Editorial writing for Boston Herald, 1912-7; special 
agent, US Dept of Labor, 1918-9; mem, Comm on Interchurch World iMovement, 1919-20; chm, Comm on 
Social Service, Nat'l Council of Cong Chs, 1917-23; mod, Ohio Cong Conf, 1921; pres, Ohio Pastors' Asso; 
mem Common Int'l& Inter Racial Relations, Nat'l Council of Cong Chs, 1923-5; lecturer on social & indus- 
trial conditions, to. Ada Alice Forbes. Roxbury, Mass, 1893 (d. 1937); 5 ch, Doris (Meacham), Lyman Mil- 
ton, Ellis Cutler, Helen, Russell Lowell, d. Oberlin, Ohio. Aug 31. 1943. 

Van Winkle, J Stanley, b. Albany. Ore, Dec 8, 1890. ed. Albany Coll, Ore. BA, 1913; Univ S Cal. 
1913-5; Kimbal Theol Sem, Salem, Ore, BD, 1917; grad study, Univ Wash, 1918-9. ord. ME, Salem, Ore, 
1918; entered Cong fellowship, 1939. p. Meth pastorates at Hinsdale, Mont, Bandon & Port Oxford, Ore, 
Ronald sch, Seattle, Wash, Shedd, Ore, North Bend, Ore, 1916-22; Lebanon, Ore (Presb); Reedsport, Ore 
(Presb), 1926-7; Pilot Rock, Ore (Presb), 1927-9; Pineville, Ore (Presb), 1929-37; Hubbard, Ore, 1938-42; 
Elliott Prairie & Monitor & Smyrna, Ore, 1938-42. other act. Prin, high sch, Shedd, Ore, 1920; teacher at 
Lebanon & Pilot Rock, Ore; active in civic governments as police judge, city recorder, sec of city councils and 
relief org; bus, 1933-8. to. Regina Liska, Albany, Ore, 1917; 6 ch, Eina Allison, Joseph Stanley, James Ed- 
ward, John Charles, Mary Pauline, Lida Keith (d). d. Silverton. Ore. Dec 26. 1942. 

Vickery, Charles Rowe, 6. Lansing, Mich, Sept 10, 1873. cd. Syracuse Univ, BA, 1900; Drew Theol 
Sem, BD, 1903; Neff Coll of Oratory, 1 yr. ord. ME, West Pittston, Pa, Apr 1905: entered Cong fellowship, 
1927. p. Elm Park ch, Scranton, Pa (ME) (asst), 1903-5; Wyoming Meth Conf, 1905-8; Minoa, NY (ME), 
1913-6; Manlius, NY (ME), 1916-8; Wilson, Conn, 1925-8. other act. My of ME ch to India & Malaysia, 
1908-11; YMCA .sec overseas, 1918-9; sec. Conn Fed of Chs; mem. Conn state Bd of Ed, 1928-38. to. Kate 
Campbell, Scranton, Pa, 1905; 1 dau, Almeda Campbell, d. New Haven, Conn, Feb. 2, 1943. 

Vincent, Clarence Augustus, b. Bainbridge, Ohio, Dec 17, 1859. ed. Oberlin Coll, BA, 1884; Oberlin 
Sch of Theol, BD, 1888; Yale Univ, grad study, 1888-9. h. degree, DD, Hillsdale Coll, 1898. ord. Free Will 
Bapt, Buffalo, NY, May 1888; entered Cong "fellowship, 1893. p. Buffalo, NY (FW Bapt), 1888-93; San- 
dusky, Ohio, 1893-8; Central ch. Galesb\irg, 111, 1898-1907; Immanuel-Walnut Ave ch, Boston, Mass, 
1907-14; Mt Pleasant ch, Washington, DC, 1914-7; Winter Park, Fla, 1917-34; Miami Shore, Fla (Comm), 
1934-41. p. em, 1941-3. other act. Pres. Ohio Cong Asso. 1896; pres. Ill Cong .\sso, 1900; mod, Fla Cong 



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Asso, 1921; mem, Comm on Evang, Nat'l Cong Council, 1907-10; mem, Conim on Temperance, Nat'l Cong 
Council, 1917-20; mem, Comm on Missions, Nat'l Cong Council, 1923-7; pres. Parents Asso, Boston Pub 
Schs; Pres, World's Scientific Asso; pres, Hungerford Indus Sch for Negroes, Fla. pub. Acts of Modern Apos- 
tles. 1893; Providence in America, 1897; Night and the Stars. 1906. asso editor. The Christian At Work. m. 
Lucy Seymour Hall, Dorer, Ohio, 1888; 6 ch, Hope E, Ruth E, Helen Dorothy (McLean), Clarence Hall, 
Donald Chamberlain, Howard Paton. d. Winter Park, Fla, Mar 31, 1943. (See Who's M'ho in America.) 

Voss, Carl August, 6. Wheeling, WVa, Aug 17. 1876. ed. Elmhurst Coll, HI; Univ of Cincinnati; 
Meadville Theol Sch, BD, 1896; grad study, Lane Theol Seni, Cincinnati, Ohio. h. degree, DD, Univ of 
Pittsburgh, 1909. ord. Evang Protestant Ch of N Am, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 28, 1896. p. Immanuel Evang 
Pro ch, Fairmount, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1897-1905; Smithfield Evang Pro ch, Pittsburgh, Pa, 1905-43. other 
act. Pres, Evang Pro Ch of N Am, 1913-20; acti/e in merger of Evang Pro Ch with Cong, 1923-7; charm of 
executive com, Cong Home Eds, 1931-6; mem, Nat'l Cong Council, Common Missions, Church Extension' 
Eds, & executive com of Nat'l Council; del to Internat'l Council, Bournemouth, Eng, 1930; mem of executive 
com of Federal Council; pres, Cong Union of Pittsburgh & vicinity, 1930; pres, German Protestant Orphan- 
age. 1916-42; vice-pres. Combined Cong Homes for Aged, 1943; pres. Mothers' Pension League of Allegheny 
Co, 1917-37; dir. Public Health Nursing Asso, 1937-43; mem. Advisory Bd, Chicago Theol Sem; trustee 
Cong House, Chautauqua, NY, Atlanta Theol Found, Nashville. Tenn; dir of service club; chaplain of 
Masonic grand lodge of Pa, 1940. pub. History of German Evangelical Protestant Smithfield Church of 
Pittsburgh (1782-1907) 1907, & (1782-1932) 1932; History of the German Protestant Orphanage, Pitts- 
burgh, 1912; History of the German PVotestant Home for Aged, 1913. m. Lucy Dorothea Wilms, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 1898; 4 ch, Edward Wilms, Victor Emanuel, Carl Hermann, Dorothy (Casselman). d. Pittsburgh, Pa, 
Dec 24, 1943. 

Vradenburg, Edgar Slater, b. Esopus, NY, June 24, 1871. ed. State Normal Sch, New Paltz, NY, 
grad 1894. ord. Cong, Hubbardton, Vt, Feb 7, 1906. p. ME pastorates for 14 yrs; Hubbardton, Vt, 1905-9; 
West Rutland, Vt, 1909-11; Enosburg, Vt, 1911-9; Second ch, Berkshire, Vt, 1912-9. other act. Teacher, 
Highland High Sch, NY, 2 yrs; teacher in pub schs, 7 yrs. m. Mara Charlotte Ryall, New Paltz, NY, 1894; 4 
ch, Charlotte Elizabeth (White), James Edgar, Paul Revere, Juliana Ryall. d. Scotia, NY, May 18, 1943. 

Wailes, Prince Oliver, 6. Placamon. La, ed. Maharry Coll, MD 1909; Talladega Coll. ord. Cong, 1895. 
p. Cove ch, Talladega, Ala (lie), 1894-5; Ironton. Ala. 1895-7; Schriever. La. 1899-1901. other act. In bus. 
New Orleans, La & Ruston, La. m. Pet Dillery. Ruston, La. 1921; 3 ch, C C. B J, P O. d. Mansfield, La, May 
28, 1935. 

Webber, Berthold L, b. near Fort Dodge, Iowa, Feb 25, 1862. ed. Tabor Coll, BA, 1889; Chicago 
Theol Sem, BD, 1894. ord. Cong, Clay Center, Neb, Sept 4, 1894^ p. Clay Center, Neb, 1894-5; Aurelia. 
Iowa, 1895-6; Milford, Iowa, 1896-7; Gowrie, Iowa, 1898-9. other act. My, Am SS Union in Preston, Minn, 
1899-1901, in Marshall, Minn, 1901-8, in McCook, Neb, 1908-27. m. Belle O Osborn. Tabor. Iowa, 1891. d. 
Claremont. Cal, Oct 30, 1943. 

Whitaker, Oliver Barr, 6. Weaubleau, Mo, July 20, 1869. cd. Weaubleau Coll, MS, 1888. h. degrees, 
DD, Merom, 1900, LLD, 19—. ord. Chr, Weaubleau, Mo, 1893. p. Lincoln, Kan, 1893-1906; Weaubleau, 
Mo, 1906-8; Merom, Ind, 1908-10; Weaubleau, Mo, 1913-23. other act. Vice pres, Farmer.s Nat'l bank, 
Lincoln, Kan; pres, state bank, Beverly, Kan; farmer; mem, state legis of Mo, 24 yrs. pub. Dick Haley; 
Herbert Brown; Evenings with Uncle Bija. m. Annetta R Boyles, Humansville, Mo, 1893; 4 ch, Portia 
Nerisea, Minnie Emeline, Uncas Aeneas, Sydney Summetbell (d). d. Weaubleau, Mo, May 4, 1942. 

Williams, Benjamin John, b. Abertewj', South W.ales, Nov 20, 1878. ed. Cardiff Univ, grad 1904. 
ord. Cong, Glen Lyon, Pa, Aug 11, 1906. p. Glen Lyon, Pa, 1905-8; Wanamie, Pa, 1900-8; Nebo & Siloam & 
Tyn Thos, Ohio, 1908-11; Siloam & Fairview chs, Farmersville Station, NY, 1911-4; East Smithfield, Pa, 
1914-7; Frostburg, My, 1918-9; Chatham, Ohio, 1920-2; MorristowB ch. Brier Hill, NY, 1922-5; Moira, 
NY, 1925-9; Slatington, Pa, 1929-34, 1938-42; Locktomi, NJ, 1934-7. other act. Pres, Slarington minis 
Asso. m. Mary Ann Jones, Abedere, South Wales, 1881; 4 ch. Mary Margaret (d), Margaret (Ouimette), 
William G, Ruth La Verne (Dwj-er). d. Slatington, Pa, Feb 20, 1943. 

Wiswall, Frederick Maynard, b. Marlboro, NH, Dec 27, 1859. cd. Dartmouth Coll., grad 1886; Hart- 
ford Sem Found, grad 1889. ord. Cong, Windham, Conn, Apr 30, 1890. p. Windham, Conn, 1890-2; Putney, 
Vt, 1896-8. other act. Teacher; farmer, m. Carrie Lowe, Newfane, Vt, 1901 ; no ch: m. Lilla L Moulton, New- 
fane. Vt. 1916; no ch. d. Newfane, Vt, Feb 4, 1943. 

Withington, Frederic Burnham, 6. Escondido, Cal, Feb 10, 1891. ed. Harvard Univ, grad 1915; 
Union Theol Sem, grad 1918. ord. Cong, May 18, 1918. p. Bethany ch, Lynn, Mass, 1934-5; Central Union 
ch, Honolulu, TH (asso), 1935-6; Union ch, Lihue, TH, 1939-43. other act. Ch, overseas with 29th Div, 
AEF, 1918-9; gen sec, Williams Coll Chr Asso, 1919-20; ch & instr, Exeter Academy, NH, 1920-3; hdmaster 
& instr. Boys Sch in Cody. Wyo, 1923-4, in Ridgefield, Conn, 1924-5, Rye. NY. 1925-C; ch. Kamehameha 
Schs. TH, 1926-34; my p, Waialua. TH. 1936-9. m. Margaret Adriance. Winchester, Mass, 1898; 3 sons, 
Frederic B Jr, William A. Arthur, d. Lihue, Kauai, TH, July 4, 1943. 

Woodrow, Samuel Hetherington, b. Melbourne, Canada, Mar 23, 1862. ed. Bates Coll, BA, 1888; 
Yale Divin Sch, grad 1892. h. degree, DD, Bates Coll, 1903. ord. Cong, Mechanic Falls, Me. July 1892. p. 
Westerly, RI, 1892-5; Plymouth ch. Providence, RI, 1895-8; Hope ch, Springfield, Mass, 1898-1907; First 
ch, Washington, DC, 1907-13; Pilgrim ch, St Louis, Mo, 1913-21; Newton Highlands, Mass, 1921-8. other 
act. Pres, Conn Valley Cong Club, Mass, 1904, Washington DC Cong Club, 1908; mod, Wash & NJ Cong 
Asso, 1908, Mass Cong Conf, 1926; del to My Conv, Edinburgh, 1910; vice pres, Cong SS Soc, 1910-7; pres, 
Cong Home My Soc, 1910-2; mem. Nat'l Cong Council, Comm of 25, 1912; mem, Nat'l Cong Council, Comm 
on Ch Unity, 1912; vice pres, Cong World Movement, 1920; chm. Nat'l Cong Council. Comm on Theol 



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Sem, 1920; state representative & vice pres & pres, Boston Seaman's Friend Soc, 1922-6; del to Fed Council, 
1916; trustee, Bates Coll, Hartford Sch of Relig Pedagogy, Atlanta Theol Sem, Drury Coll. pub. Probability 
& Possibility of Miracles, 1899; Essential Truth, 1904. m. Minnie Clough, Auburn, Me, 1888; 2 ch, Frank 
Clough, Christine Hetherington (d). d. Jerseyville, 111, Sept 5, 1943. (See Who's Who in America.) 

Wright, Alfred Clarence, b. Galva, 111, June 15, 1858. ed. Beloit Coll, BA, 1880; Chicago Theol Sem, 
BD, 1880. h. degree, DD, Beloit Coll, 1937. ord. Cong, Topeka, Kan, June 6, 1886. other act. Organized ch schs 
for American SS Union, Oregon Ter, 1880-2; my, ABCFM, in Mexico, 1886-1927; prin, Rio Grande Training 
Sch, El Paso. Tex, 1892-1901; co-prin, Colegio Internacional, Guadalajara, Mex, 1901-10, 1921-2; trans- 
lated over 50 hymns into Spanish, m. Annie Curtis Olds, Beloit, Wis, 1886 (d) ; 4 ch, Margarita, Leavitt Olds, 
Roland Benjamin (d), Alfreda Delight (Allen) (d). d. Eugene, Ore, Sept 13, 1943. 

Wyrick, Lonnie Lee, 6. Guilford Co, NC, July 19, 1891. ed. Elon Coll, grad 1918. ord. Chr, ReidsviUe, 
NC, Nov 20, 1918. p. Concord, NC, 1917-36; Howard's Chapel, NC, 1917-20, 1933-5; Shallow Ford, NC, 
1917-8, 1936-40; High Point, NC, 1919-20, 1927-8; Ether & Shady Grove, NC, 1921-2; Mt Pleasant, NC, 
1921-5, 1934-7; Happy Home, NC, 1922-8; Danville, Va, 1924-5; New Hill, NC, 1928-32; Pleasant Hill, 
NC, 1928-9; Bethel, NC, 1929-30; Antioch ch. Bear Creek, NC, 1939-42; Pleasant Cross ch, Ashboro, NC, 
1940-1. m. Annie Ethel Brown, Elon College, NC, 1919; 3 ch. Hosea M, Ruth I, S Ervin. d. Burlington, NC. 
Jan 31, 1943. 

Youtz, Herbert Alden, 6. Des Moines, Iowa, Apr 28, 1867. ed. Simpson Coll, BA, 1890, MA, 1893; 
Boston Univ, BST, 1895, PhD, 1903; grad study, Marburg & Berlin Univ, 1902-3. h. degree, DD, Boston 
Univ, 1931. o.rd. Cong, Middlefield, Mass, May 2'7, 1897. p. East Dennis, Mass, 1892-3; Quincy Point, Mass, 
1894-6; Middlefield Mass, 1896-8; Plymouth ch, Providence, RI, 1899-1901. other act. Asst prof. Systematic 
Theol, Chicago Theol Sem, 1903-4; prof, Phil of Religion, McGill Univ, 1905-8; prof, Auburn Theol Sem, 
NY, 1908-18; prof, Phil of Religion & Christian Ethics, Oberlin Grad Sch of Theol, 1918-32; p. em, 
1932-43; teacher, Boston Univ Sch of Theol, 1937-8; teacher, summer terms at Chicago Univ, 1912, 1913, 
1914, Columbia Univ, 1919. pub. The Enlarging Conception of God, 1914; The Supremacy of the Spiritual, 
1924; Affirmations of Christian Belief, 1930. m. Mary Palmer Newell, Brimfield, Mass, 1894; 3 ch, Philip 
Newell, Jean Payton, Julia Caroline, d. Springfield, Mass, Mar 20, 1943. 

Zartman, George W, 6. Lodi, NY, May 9, 1887. ed. Syracuse Univ; Drew Theol Sem, grad 1913; NY 
Univ grad sch, 1 yr. ord. Meth, Scranton, Pa, 1916; entered Cong fellowship, 1920. p. Chenango Forks, 
NY (Meth). 1913-5; Tunnell. NY (Meth); Java & Java Village. NY. 1919-21; Mont Vernon, NH. 1923-5; 
Marshfield. Mass. 1925-8; Piermont, NH, 1929-31; Barnstead & S Barnstead. NH, 1933-4. other act. Chap 
& teacher at State Reformatory, Rahway, NJ, 1921-3; lee. 1931-3. Unmarried, d. Feb 27, 1943. 



NECROLOGY TABULAR VIEW, 1875-1943 

(To and including 1930, Congregational Ministers only) 
1. NUMBER, AGE, SERVICE 



Year 


No. of Deaths 


Average Age 


Average Length of Service 


1875-1942 


7531 


72 yrs., 1 mo., 26 ds. 


38 yra., 5 mos., 14 ds. 


1943 


157 


74 yrs., 9 mos., 18 ds. 


43 yrs., 9 mos., 29 ds. 


1875-1943 


7688 


73 yrs.. 5 mos.. 22 ds. 


41 yrs., 1 mo., 19 ds. 


2. AGE BY DECADES 


Year 


Over 90 


81-90 


71-80 


61-70 


51-60 


41-50 


31-40 


Under 30 


Unknown 


1875-1942 


239 


1494 


2365 


1732 


879 


434 


251 


71 


66 


1943 


9 


43 


60 


30 


14 





1 


- 


- 


1875-1943 


248 


1537 


2425 


1762 


893 


434 


252 


71 


66 



1943] 



The Committee for War Vidmis and Services 



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THE COMMITTEE FOR WAR VICTIMS AND SERVICES 

289 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 
Boynton Merrill, D.D., Chairman 
lurk Smith, Chairman, Executive Committee 
Elbert A. Harvey, Treasurer 
Mrs. Edward T. Willson, Executive Secretary 

The Committee gratefully lists below contributions from churches and individual gifts received during 
the year January 10, 1943 to January 10, 1944. 

It should be remembered that many churches in war camp and war industry areas are providing emer- 
gency services which have the effect of limiting their contributions to the Committee. 

The churches starred (*) are enrolled in the Year of Sacrificial Giving. Those double starred (**) have 
10 per cent or more of their members enrolled in the Year of Sacrificial Giving or are making total contribu- 
tions which would be equal to a 10 per cent enrollment. 



Church 


Gift 


Church 


Gift 


ALABAMA (White) 


Porterville, 1st* 

Redwood City, 1st* 

Rio Vista 


$ 322.79 

.... 283.30 
7.00 




6.25 

30.00 
4.25 
9.10 

18.60 
3.61 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 

20.00 
5.35 
4.50 

10.00 
1.25 

15.00 
15.00 


Birmingham, Pilgrim 

Clanton, East View 


Ripon, 1st 

Sacramento, 1st 

SaUda, Com. 


28.73 
95 85 


" Mt. Springs 

Headland, Blackwood 

Jemison, Archer's Chapel 


31 00 


San Carlos, Com 

San Francisco, Grace United* . . . 


47.44 

74.73 
6.00 




" 1st 

" Ocean View 


5.00 


" Spring Hill 


30 65 




'■ Richmond* 

San Jose, 1st* 

San Leandro, Broadmoor 

Santa Rosa* 


10.00 






Thorsby, United Protestant 


35 00 


Wadley 


101 02 




Saratoga, Fed 

Sonoma 

Soquel 

Stockton, 1st 

Suisun 

Tulare, 1st* 

Weaverville, Trinity 

NEVADA 

Reno 


121.74 


FLORIDA 

Crestview, Dorcas 

MISSISSIPPI 

Individual Gift (Hattiesburg, Alolui 
Center USO) 


41.55 

44.08 

197.87 

19.09 

185 00 




20.00 

44.12 
456.75 


TOTAL ? 


146.66 


ALABAMA (Colored) 


TOTAL 




Talladega $ 


5.00 


.... ? 9,065.57 




CALIFORNIA (Southern an 
Conference) 




TOTAL $ 


5.00 


d Southwest 


CALIFORNIA (Northern) 




Alessandro Valley, Com 

Alpine, Com.* 

Altadena, Com 

Arvin, Union 

Atascadero Com.** 


.... $ 3.50 
56.76 

40.00 

131.05 
353 08 


Adin $ 

Alameda, 1st 

Alturas, Fed.** 

Angel's Camp, Union** 


10.00 

81.75 

178.47 

93.00 

37.50 

68.31 

1,577.63 

393.21 

98.75 

30.00 

70.98 

103.37 

154.27 

34.80 

505.75 

682.14 

169.63 

19.65 

25.00 

8.00 

102.75 

346.86 

157.81 

134.04 

34.00 

351.50 

83.00 

519.19 

88.00 

358.50 

22.00 

21.00 

153.43 

25.17 


Auburn* 


Avalon, 1st 

Bakersfield, 1st 

Barstow, Mexican 


59.44 


Berkeley, 1st** 

" North** 


3.65 
27.55 


CampbeU* 

Cfttati 

Crockett, Com 

Elk Grove, Hoffnongsfeld** 


Buena Park, 1st 

Burbank, 1st** 

Chino, Mexican 


10.00 

402.02 

29.81 

12.00 


Eureka, 1st* 

Fairfax, Com 

Ferndale, 1st** 

Fresno, 1st** 


Claremont** 

Corona, 1st 

Escondido, 1st 

Glendale, 1st* 


5,375.60 
45.00 
37.50 
709 . 02 


" Pilgrim 

Guerneville 

Hay ward, Eden 

Likely 

Lodi, Ebenezer 


Henet, Pilgrim 

Highlands, East 

La JoUa, Union 

Lemon Grove, 1st** 


28.83 
2.25 

15.00 

572.22 
38.50 


" 1st 

Loomis** 

Martinez, 1st 


" 1st 

Los Alamitos, Com 


402.00 
4.08 
1 00 


Murphys, 1st** 

Oakland, 1st 

" Fruitvale . ... 


' ' Eagle Rociv', United .' .' .' .' .' .' .' 
" 1st 


10.00 

51.14 

1,236 92 






156.50 




" Hollywood 

" Lincoln 

" Masis, Armenian 

" Church of the Messiah 


147.07 


Palo Alto, 1st* 

ParUer 


36.00 

79.45 
31 00 


Petaluma, 1st* 

Port Chicago 


" Mt. Hollywood 

" Park 


915.29 

77.00 



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Church 



Gift 



Los Angeles, Plymouth** $ 549. 50 

" Western Knoll 112.46 

" Colonial 2.25 

Manhattan Beach, Com.** ,. . 369. 19 

Maricopa, 1st 49.40 

National City, 1st 0.00 

Norwalk, Bethany 39.75 

Ontario, Bethel* 215.80 

Pasadena. 1st* 486.79 

" Lake Ave 285.00 

" Neighborhood 100.00 

" Pilgrim 25.00 

Pomona, Pilgrim 797 . 10 

Pomona Valley, Mexican** 224 . 10 

Ramona, 1st 44 . 60 

Redlands, 1st* 286.00 

Rialto 20.00 

Riverside, 1st* 89.00 

San Bernardino, 1st ' 8C 

San Diego, 1st* 117.02 

" Kensington, Com 81.50 

" Logan Heights 60.00 

" Mission Hills** 747.50 

Santa Ana, 1st** 581.92 

Santa Barbara, 1st* 66.00 

Saticoy, Com 121 . 25 

Seeley , 14 . 50 

Sierra Madre, 1st 25 . 00 

South Pasadena, Oneonta 106.46 

Wasco, 1st 75 . 96 

Whittier, Plymouth 184 . 96 

ARIZONA 

Nogales, Trinity 20.00 

Phoenix, 1st 63 . 55 

" Neighborhood 60.00 

" Union 20.00 

Prescott, 1st** 351 . 95 

Tempe, 1st 110.03 

Tucson, 1st* 215.60 

Warren, Com 20.00 

NEVADA 

Las Vegas, Immanuel, Com 25. 10 

NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque, 1st 2.00 

Gallup, El Divino Salvador 30.50 

" 1st 15.00 

Grants, Spanish 5.00 

Hurley, Union* 30.33 

TEXAS 

El Paso, PUgrim, Fed 5.00 

" Lower Valley, Com.* 240.21 

Individual Gifts 477 . 44 

TOTAL $18,769.50 



COLORADO 



Bailey, Com $ 50. 00 

Berthoud, Salem 32.08 

Bethune, Hope 58.68 

Boulder, 1st* 200. 17 

Brush, Immanuel 98.64 

Buena Vista* 12.00 

CoUbran 30.49 

Colorado Springs, 1st** 1,000.33 

Cope 2.00 

Craig 10.00 

Denver, Berkeley, Com.* 298.90 

" Blvd.* 29.00 

" 1st, German 65.25 

" 1st Plymouth** 1,968. 11 

" Free Evang., German 5.00 

" Grandview, Union 58. 80 

" Ohio Ave 20.00 

" 6th Ave 28.23 

" Washington Park* 117.53 

Fort Collins 30.25 

Fort Morgan, Christus 82.75 

Grand Junction, 1st 50. 50 

Greeley, 1st* 334.65 

Longmont, 1st 10.00 

Loveland, 1st, German 51 .00 

Milliken, German 20.11 



Nucla, Union 

Pueblo, 1st . . . . 


. s 

. $ 


33.45 
94 15 










Individual Gifts 


168 58 


WYOMING 




Yoder 








TOTAL 


5 119 01 






CONNECTICUT 



Andover** 3 

Avon 

Beacon Falls, United 

Berlin* 

Bethel** 

Bethlehem, Fed 

Bloomfield, Fed 

Bolton 

Branford, North 

•' 1st 

Bridgeport, Park** 

" United* : 

Bridgewater 

Bristol, 1st 

Broad Brook 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn, Fed 

Canaan, Pilgrim 

Canterbury 

Canton Center 

Centcrbrook 

Chaplin** 

Cheshire 

Clinton, 1st 

Colchester* 

Collinsville, 1st 

Columbia 

CornwaU, 1st Ch. of Christ** 

" West, 2nd** 

Coventry, 1st 

" 2nd 

Cromwell, 1st* 

Danbury, 1st 

Danielson, Westfield** 

Darien, 1st** 

Day ville 

Deep River, 1st 

Durham, 1st Ch. of Christ 

Eastford 

East Granby 

East Haddam, 1st Ch. of Christ** 

East Hartford, South* 

East Haven, Old Stone Church 

East Norwalk, Swedish Bethlehem .... 

Easton 

Elmwood, Com 

Fairfield, 1st Ch. of Christ** 

" Greenfield HiU* 

Falls Village 

Farmington, 1st Ch. of Christ 

Frankhn, 1st 

Glastonbury, Buckingham 

1st Ch. of Christ 

Goshen 

Lebanon 

Granby, South 

Greenwich, 1st* 

2nd* 

Stanwich 

Griswold, 1st** 

Jewett City, 2nd, Fed.* 

Guilford, North 

Haddam 

Harwinton, Torrington* 

Hartford, Asylum Hill* 1, 

" Broadview 

" 1st Church Center** 1, 

" Immanuel* 

" Talcott 

" Windsor* 



19.30 

11.00 

5.00 

97.25 

069.18 

209.81 

761.39 

939.70 

25.00 

58.00 



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57 



Church 



Gift 



Higganum $ 13.00 

Kent, 1st* fl4.39 

Lebanon 35 . 00 

Ledyard, Norwich* 76.31 

Lisbon, Newent** 96.00 

Litchfield, 1st* 122.37 

" Milton 15.00 

Madison, 1st 166.63 

•' North 31.65 

Manchester* 365 . 96 

" Covenant 70.00 

" 2nd 19.16 

Mansfield Center, 1st** 207.45 

Meriden, 1st 50.00 

" Center 100.00 

Middlebury** 296.91 

Middlefield 156.26 

Middletown, 1st Ch. of Christ 50.75 

Milford, Ch. of Christ 288.48 

Montville 13.00 

Morris** 200. 90 

Mystic 6.00 

New Britain, 1st Ch 1.104.00 

" South* 2,063.69 

" Stanley Mem.* 223.97 

New Canaan** 800.63 

New Fairfield 18.00 

New Hartford** 357.18 

New Haven, Dwight Place* 227. 10 

" 1st Center** 1,650.34 

" Grand Ave 0.00 

" Humphrey 61.48 

" Hamden Pilgrim 50.00 

," Plymouth* 347.44 

" Ch. of Redeemer* 321.95 

" United** 1,2.57.75 

New London, 1st 28. 18 

" 2nd** .558.85 

New Milford, 1st* 405.80 

New Preston, Village 12 . 50 

Newtown 109. 17 

Norfolk, Ch. of Christ* 420.90 

Northford 20.30 

North Haven 79.30 

North Windham* 35.88 

North Woodbury 53.31 

North Woodstoci{ 5.50 

Norwich, Greeneville* 138.65 

Norwich, Park 10.00 

" Taftville Stubb 93.08 

Norwichtown, 1st 105.66 

OakviUe, Union* 237.20 

Old Lyme* 112.77 

Oxford 7.00 

Plainfield, 1st** 266.74 

PlainviUe 79.46 

Plantsville* 89.80 

Plymouth, 1st* 133.63 

Poquonock 65 . 27 

Portland, 1st** 312.78 

Preston 5.00 

Prospect 30.80 

Putnam, 2nd* 178.82 

Rockville, Union 144.81 

Rocky Hill 127.50 

Roxbury 26.60 

Salem, Colchester 7 . 00 

Saybrook, Old 1st* 101 .65 

Scotland 13 . 70 

Seymour* 444.42 

Sharon, 1st 11.21 

Shelton* 103.90 

Sherman* 151 . 27 

South Britain 31 .00 

Southbury, Fed 46.82 

Southington, 1st* 158 . 18 

South Norwalk, 1st 99 . 22 

Southport* 122.43 

Stafford Springs* 158.00 

Stamford, 1st* 797.56 

" North* 32.78 

Stony Creek 70.67 

Storrs* 301 .89 

Stratford, 1st 134.25 



Church 



Gift 



SufReld, 1st Ch. of Christ $ 15.00 

Terryville* 166.28 

Thomaston, 1st 12.43 

Thompson 22.00 

Tolland, Fed.* 39.00 

Torrington, Center** 1,217.25 

" 1st 77.87 

" Torringford 10.00 

" French 31.55 

Unionville, 1st 29.25 

Vernon, 1st 18.45 

Wallingford, 1st 5.00 

Wapping, Com.* 158.15 

Washington, 1st* 327.76 

Waterbury, Bunker Hill* 678.40 

" 1st 454.23 

" 2nd** 4,931.77 

Watertown, 1st** 813.91 

Westchester, North : 6.40 

West Hartford, 1st** 1,808.01 

Weston, Norfield 20 . 00 

Westport, Saugatuck 1 1 . 00 

Wethersfield 350.20 

Whitnevville, Hamden 53.44 

Willimantic, 1st 21.00 

Willington, Fed 34.09 

Wilton 68.77 

Winchester, 1st Center* 62. 10 

Windsor, 1st* 219.00 

Winsted, 1st 200.41 

" 2nd 67.24 

Woodbridge, 1st Ch. of Christ 115.33 

Woodbury, 1st* 162.82 

Woodmont, Union* 162.98 

Woodstock, 1st** 332.00 

Individual Gifts 1,100.67 

TOTAL $45,674.53 



EVANGELICAL PROTESTANT 


OHIO 

Cincinnati, St. Paul's 

" St. Peter's 

KENTUCKY 


... $ 


50.00 
22.71 

189.65 






32.15 


■' York St 




5.00 


TOTAL 


. . . $ 


299.51 








FLORIDA 



Avon Park, Union** $ 120.27 

Coconut Grove, Miami, Plymoutli**. . . 201 .44 

Coral Gables 15.00 

Daytona Beach, 1st 24.00 

Ft. Myers, Com 13.80 

Holly Hill, Union 4.00 

Interlachen, 1st 15.00 

Jacksonville, Union 148.09 

Jupiter, Peoples' 22.00 

Key West, 1st** 346.91 

Lake Worth, 1st 08.82 

Melbourne* 62.12 

Miami Beach, Com 142.96 

Mount Dora, Com.** 351 .00 

New Smyrna, Ch. of Christ 10.00 

North Miami, Union* 9.80 

Orange City, 1st 31.85 

Pomona, Pilgrim 26.85 

St. Petersburg, 1st 230.00 

Tampa, 1st 32.50 

West Palm Beach, Union** 360.32 

Winter Park** 440.63 

Individual Gifts 404.00 

TOTAL $ 3.081.36 



GEORGIA (White) 



Atlanta, Central $ 10.00 

Charleston, Circular** 180.35 



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[1943 



Church 



Chipley, Oak Grove $ 

Columbus, North Highland 

" United Christian 

Crest, Hebron 

Demorest, Union** 

Meansville* 

" Liberty Chapel* 

Waycross, Williams Chapel 

Woodbury, Jones Chapel* 

Individual Gifts 

TOTAL ■ F 

GEORGIA (Colored) 

Macon, 1st $ 

Beachton, Evergreen 

Charleston, Plymouth 

TOTAL T 



4.25 

9.00 
10.00 

3.35 
183.35 
19.65 
10.75 
20.00 

G.OO 
89.50 



546 . 20 



HAWAII 



Ewa, Union $ 55.95 

Haiku, Pauwela 10.00 

Hanalei, Waioli 10.00 

Hilo, Central Christian 20.00 

Honolulu, Kawaiahao 71 . 40 

" Kaumakapili 252 . 00 

" Central, Union 25.00 

" Nuuanu 53 . 00 

" Makiki, Christian 245.00 

" Kalihi, Union** 2,094.57 

" Church of Crassroads 117.52 

" Philipino, United 31.26 

" Com 63.20 

Honomu, Christian 50.00 

Hoolehua 10.00 

Huelo 15.54 

Kahului, Union 38.37 

Kaneohe** 110.45 

Kaunakakai 35.00 

Kealakekua, Central Kona, Union 93. 13 

KeaUa, Filipino 5 . 00 

Keanae 35 . 00 

Kilauea, Koolau, Anahola 78.64 

Kohala, Union** 166.31 

" Bethany** 135.77 

Koloa, Union 33 . 32 

Lahaina, Wainee 46 . 00 

Lanai, Union Church** 69.92 

Lihue, 1st** 182.50 

" Christian 82.35 

Paia, Hawaiian 25 . 00 

Puunene 34 . 13 

Waialua, FiUpino 35 . 00 

Waianae, Hawaiian 15 . 00 

Waikapu 25.00 

Wailuku, lao 55 .00 

Waimea, Foreign 17 . 50 

" 1st 50.00 

Waipahu 46.50 

Individual Gifts 1.109.54 

TOTAL $ 5,654.87 



IDAHO 



Boise, 1st** $ 568. 23 

" Wright* 146.66 

Challis 44.45 

Council 55.00 

Grand Union, Knight 21 . 65 

Hammett, Com 16.38 

McCall, Com 68.50 

Meridian-Fairview** 47.88 

Mountain Home, 1st 24.01 

New Plymouth 25.00 

Pocatello, 1st 65 . 00 

Rockland, 1st 24.74 

Weiser 30.26 

Individual Gifts 158.85 

TOTAL $ 1,296.61 



ILLINOIS 



Alton, Ch. of the Redeemer $ 93. 17 

Ashton, Washington Grove 56.43 

Atkinson 26 . 50 

Atwood, Lake Fork 35.00 

Aurora, New England 225.00 

Avon. Fed 11.80 

Batavia 17 . 00 

Beardstown 10.00 

Berwyn, 1st 54 . 44 

Big Rock, English 16.50 

Big Woods 37.08 

Bismark, Pleasant View 5.00 

Bluff Hall, Payson 4.00 

Bowen 5.00 

Brimfield, Union* 95. 56 

Brookfield 76 . 97 

Buda 25.00 

Byron, Fed 5 . 40 

Canton, 1st** 310.25 

Carmi, Burnt Prairie 5.00 

Casey, Mt. Olive 20.00 

Champaign, 1st* 176. 25 

Chandlerville 18.25 

Cherry 38.60 

Chicago, Assyrian 10.00 

" Austin 85.00 

" Avalon Park, Com 2.50 

" Brainerd. Com.** 292.01 

" Bryn Mawr, Com 112.50 

" Essex, Com.* 183 . 83 

" 1st 100.00 

" Forest Glen 171.72 

" Galewooil 56.00 

" Green St 55.38 

" Hyde Park, United* 147.23 

" Irving Park, Immanuel* 114.71 

" Millard*.... 63.96 

" Morgan Park 97.10 

" Park Manor 97.66 

" Pilgrim, Mayflower 32. 14 

" Ravenswood 60.00 

" Rogers Park* 461.55 

" St. Mark's, Fed 7.00 

" St. Paul 3.00 

" Seminary Ave., Fed 75.00 

" South 5.00 

" South Chicago, United** 161.88 

" Sovith Shore, Com 172.69 

" Steward Ridge, Com 33.45 

" Summerdale, Com.* 165.25 

" Thomas Memorial 76.71 

" United* 185.04 

" Warren Ave.* 226.85 

" Watson Park 24 . 98 

" Waveland .\ve 80.90 

" Wellington Ave 152.37 

Cliillicothe, Plymouth* 133.95 

Cornwall-Liberty, Atkinson 16.63 

Crete 10.00 

Danville, 1st 13.00 

" Plymouth 36.66 

Decatur 95.60 

DeKalb 58.79 

De Pue 30.06 

Des Plaines 153.68 

Downers Grove 27 . 25 

Dundas, Mt. Gilead 14.02 

Edelstein 10.00 

Egan, North Grove 10. 15 

Eldorado, Texas, City Poplar 14.77 

Elgin 25.00 

Elmhurst 53.25 

Evanston, 1st** 2,396.87 

" Oakton, United** 241.04 

Fiatt 9.05 

Fithian, Hope 31 .55 

Galesburg, Central* 365.44 

Galva 45.00 

Garden Prairie 6.25 

Geneseo* 100.25 

Glenview, Com.** 832.84 



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59 



Church 


Gift 


Church 


Gift 


Godfrey 


... $ 15.05 


Waukegan 

Waverly 

West Chicago 


$ 99.60 
11.90 




53.52 
36 50 


Grayslake 


Western Springs, 1st* 

Westville 


606.00 
14 75 


Gridley, Union 


10.00 

35.00 

125.00 

131.73 

51.50 

339.05 

2.57 

53.35 

14.35 

1,418.00 

15.00 


Griggsville 

Harvey, Fed 

Hidalgo** 


Wheaton 

Wilmette 

Winnetka* 


2.00 
36.17 
416 64 


Highland 

Hinsdale, Union 

Homer, Lockport 

mini, Warrensburg 


Winterrowd, Dieterich 

Wyanet 

Wyoming 

York\nlle, Fed. . 


8.00 
31.00 
5.73 
5 00 






1,601 83 


La Grange, 1st**. 


TOTAL 




La Salle 


$27,233.70 


Leaf River 


12.85 




Lily Lake, Maple Park 

Lisle 

Loda, Merriam 

Lyonsville, La Grange 


16.50 
20.00 
14.65 
23.00 
7.00 
18.61 
40 00 


INDIANA 


Advance 


$ 20.60 


Mattoon, Union* 

Mayfield, Sycamore 


Bluffton 

Brazil, Croy's Creek 

Carlos 

Corinth (Gaston) 

Cvnthiana . . . 


9.00 
5.00 


Maywood, 1st 


25.00 
22.85 


10.85 
22.85 




14.00 
72.00 
45.00 
28.11 
50 00 


22 86 








Metropolita Fed 


East Chicago, 1st 


271 00 


Millburn 


Edinburg, Old Union 


25 00 


Milmine 


Elkhart, 1st** 

Evansville, Union, Christian 


1,148.85 


MoUne, 1st** 


1,282.19 


25 00 




Farmland 

Ft. Wayne, Plymouth 

Frankfort, Antioch 

" Elm Grove. . . 


18.65 


" Plymouth 

Mound City, Pilgrim 


96.85 
6.30 

44.10 

5.00 

279.36 

19.44 
3.00 
7 00 


183.82 
62.39 
14 21 


Mundelein 1st 


Galveston, Deer Creek** 


95 50 


Naperville* 

Newton 1st 


Gary, 1st* 

" Chapel of the Dunes* 


188.85 
84 97 


" Brockville 

Noble, Freedom 


Goshen, 1st** 

" Waterford** 

Greentown . . . 


570.71 
120.00 


" Glen wood 


12.85 


8 10 




Hagerstown* 

Huntington* 

Indianapolis, 1st 

Kitchell, Hannas Creek 


172.19 


Oak Lawn 


5 00 


141.20 


Oak Park, 1st** 


6,822.50 
57.82 
93.53 
13 70 


45.90 
19 60 


" Pilgrim* 

Oblong, South Bend 


Kokonio, 1st 

" Darrough Chapel 


44.00 
10 00 


OdeU 


125.80 


Lebanon, Brown's Wonder, Christian . . 
'• New Salem 


49.76 
2.50 


Ontario, Oneida 

Oswego, Fed.** 


20.00 
44.76 


" Pleasant View 

" Scotland* 

Logansport, Blue Ball** 

" Shiloh** . 


16.38 
65.99 


Ottawa 

Paxton, Fed 

Payson 

Pecatonica 

Pekin, 1st* 

Peoria, 1st, Fed.* 

Peru 

Pierson 

Plainfield 


128.63 
21.25 
79.45 
8.00 
115.75 
400.00 
10.20 
14.47 


143.65 
49.36 


" Mt. Zion 

Lynn, New Liberty 

Marion, Temple 

Mellott, Union, Christian 

Merom** 


5.00 
2.70 
5.00 

22.76 
231.15 

60.00 


Poplar Grove, Fed 

Princeton, Hampshire Colony*. . . . 


31.32 
432.18 


Muncie, 1st* 

" Eden 


260.00 
70.57 
10.00 


Roberts 

Rockford, 2nd 


13.60 
543.83 


Ohve Chapel 

Orland, 1st* 

Portland 

" Nobel 

" Salamonie 

PrairieWUe 

Rochester, Bloomingsburg 

Seymour, St. Paul 

South Bend, Com 

South Whitley, Collamer, 1st, Union 

Parish 

Sulphur Springs 

Terre Haute, 1st** 

" Plvmouth 

Tipton, Petersburg 

" Sandbank 

Warren 

West Terre Haute, Bethany* 

Winchester, 1st 

Wingate Pleasant Hill 


10.00 
143.56 


Rockton, Fed 


5 00 


102.00 


Rollo, EarlviUe 


31.00 
47.60 


15.00 
40.13 


St. Charles 

Sandwich 

Seward . 


10.00 

40.15 

1 00 


26.00 
4.50 
56 25 


Shabbona 

Sheffield 

Somonauk, Union 

South Pekin 


36.35 
52.11 
11.36 
13.00 


86.25 

200.00 
20.66 


Speer 

Spring Vallev 


. . 7.80 
15 91 


297.56 
35.00 


Sterling, 1st* 


80 78 


12.00 




99.10 


10.00 






50.00 


Tuscola 

Urbana 


58.90 
34 00 


141.50 
175.00 


Villa Ridge Union 


13 31 


9 00 


Wataga 


5.00 


Yorktow'n, Pike's Peak** 


98.50 



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[1943 



Church 


Gift 


Church 


Gift 


Young America 


$ 5 . 00 


Newell 


... $ 8.00 


Zionsville, Rosston 


10.00 


New Hampton, 1st 


27.80 


OHIO 




Newton, 1st 


89.38 


HoUansburR 


23.20 


" Witteriibcrg* 


. 28.67 


Stelvideo, Greenville 


S.Ol 


Ocheyedan** 


163.14 


Individual Gifts 


.526.81 


Olds* 


67.00 






Orient 


10.00 


TOTAL 


... . .$ 0,471.12 


Osage, 1st* 


55.92 








13 23 


IOWA 




Parkersburg 


45.00 




Peterson 


10.00 


Alden 


.... $ 10.00 
408.75 


Preston 

Red Oak 


6.10 
45 00 


Ames, 1st* 




92. ?0 






Riceville, 1st* 


132.99 


" Cass 

Anita 


15.00 

33.38 


Rodney 


25.00 
30.00 


Atlantic 


44.00 






Baxter City 




Sheldon 


1.37 
265 95 


Belmond 


26.06 
25.00 


Berwick, Fed 


Sioux City, 1st* 


201.95 


Blairsburg 


37.00 

46.24 




185.99 


Britt, 1st* 


Sloan Ist* 


103 84 






Spencer, 1st 


120.00 


Castana 


3.00 

65.52 

127.69 


Cedar Rapids, 1st 




16 15 


Charles City, 1st 


Stuart 


5.00 


Clarion 


47.00 




5.00 


Clear Lake, 1st 


15.00 


Tabor 


25.00 


Clemons 


57.92 


Traer, Ripley 


4.65 


Clinton, Com 


5.83 


Treynor, Zion 


34.00 


Columbus Junction, Welsh 


16.55 


Waterloo, Plymouth 

Waucoma. Fed 


16.20 
11.92 


Corning, Fed 

Council Bluffs, Dodge 


43.94 
37,50 
10.00 
100.00 


Webster City, 1st** 

Whiting 


1,057.97 
68 00 


Cresco, 1st 




93.31 








Danville 


30.00 


TOTAL 


... $ 9,034.39 


Davenport, Berea 


66.39 

39.41 






Decorah, 1st 






Denmark 

Des Moines, Plymouth** 


10.00 
1,628.20 


KANSAS 








DeWitt, 1st 


21.76 


Alton 


... $ 5.50 


Dubuque, Immanuel 

Earleville 


15.00 


Bazine, St. Paul's 


15.00 


12.83 


Carbondale, Com 


56.32 


Eldora 


42.49 


Centralia 


9.50 


Elkader 


34.15 


Chapman, Fed 


3.00 




31.30 




12.66 


Farragut* 


156.09 


Dover, Fed 


17.85 


Fonda 


25.51 


Downs 


28.00 


Fontanelle, Pleasant Grove 


10.50 


EUis 


25.00 


Fort Dodge, 1st* 


28.50 


Emporia, 1st* 


165.89 


Gait 


19.83 


Eureka, 1st* 


131.74 


Gilbert 


11.00 


Ford* 


172.75 




100.00 


Garden City, Com 


12.00 




27 . 50 


Great Bend, 1st* 


446.56 


Grinnell* 


425.68 


Hiawatha 


8.52 




110.00 




30.69 




55.00 


" 1st 


27.50 




10.00 


" Rosedale* 


82.25 


Humboldt, 1st* 


195.50 


" Ruby Ave 


10.25 


Iowa City, 1st 


206.48 


Kinsley 


35.45 


" Welsh 


16.53 


Lawrence, Plymouth* 


540.57 




153.24 


Leavenworth, 1st 

Lenora 


2.00 


Keokuk 


1.38 


20.00 


Kingsley 


70.70 


Lincoln 


11.00 


Lansing 


2.50 


McPherson, 1st* 


228.00 


Le Grand 


12.25 




10.75 




2.50 


Manhattan, 1st* 


329.80 


Madrid* 


84.85 


Milford 


10.00 


Manchester, Com 


54.50 


Mt. Hope, Fed 


25.35 


Manson 


30.00 


Muscota 


4.25 


Maquoketa 


11.28 


Newton 


68.00 


Marion 


19.13 


Onaga 


9.00 


Marshalltown 


72.55 


Osborne 


74.50 


Mason City, 1st* 


336.75 


Ottawa, Fed 


55.00 




82.69 




30.12 


Miles 


17.00 


Plevna 


88.36 


Milford, Fed 


17.57 


Russell 


10.00 


Minden 


2.00 


Sabetha, 1st 


100.00 


MitcheUviUe 


40.00 


Sedgwick, Plymouth 


5.00 


Monticello 


5.00 


Smith Center 


16.92 


Montour 


.... 41.44 


Tonganoxie, 1st 


30.00 


Moorland, Union 


20.00 


Toneka, Central* 


601.13 



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Church 



Gift 



Topeka, 1st $ 42.00 

" Seabrook 63.00 

" Seaman 10.00 

Wakefield, Madura 12.25 

Wichita, Fairmount* 257. 23 

" Plymouth** 1,018.88 

Olive HUl, Superior, Neb 10.00 

Individual Gifts 70.00 

TOTAL $ 5,049.34 

KENTUCKY-TENNESSEE 

Evarts, Ky., Com $ 30.00 

Stearns, Ky., Com 15.00 

Chattanooga, Tenn., Pilgrim* 196.00 

" Union 24.00 

CrossvUle, Tenn., 1st 30.00 

Daisy, Tenn. Com 22.00 

Grandview, Tenn 6 . 75 

Nashville. Tenn., Collegeside 22.85 

Pleasant Hill, Tenn., Com.** 173.95 

" Pioneer Ch 136.61 

Soddy, Tenn., 1st 13.76 

Individual Gifts 5.00 

TOTAL $ 675.92 



LOUISIANA (White) 



Hammond, 1st $ 

Kinder, 1st 

Individual Gifts 

TOTAL 3 



LOUISIANA (Colored) 



MAINE 



50.00 
15.00 
15.00 



Morbihan, Teche Mission $ 9 . 00 

New Orleans, Beecher Memorial 10.00 

" Central 112.05 

Individual Gifts 30.00 

TOTAL $ -161.05 



Church 



Gift 



Amherst and Aurora $ 5.00 

Andover 1 1 . 70 

Ashland 52.42 

Augusta, South Parish 34. 10 

Bangor. All Souls* 355.30 

" Christian 13.00 

" Forest Ave 8.70 

" Hammond St 48.69 

Bar Harbor 11.00 

Bath, Central 20.00 

Belfast 19.50 

Benton Falls 7.00 

Bethel 88.45 

Biddeford, 2nd 40.00 

Bingham 21.30 

Boothbay Harbor 6.00 

Brewer, South, 2nd* 176. 13 

Bridgton, 1st 48.25 

" South 10.00 

Brownville, Com 14 . 00 

Bucksport 28.44 

Buffalo, Portage 7 . 47 

Buxton 10.00 

" North 3.00 

Camden* ■ 150 . 14 

Caratunk 10.00 

Cornish 5 . 00 

Cumberland Center 84.61 

Deer Isle, 1st 11.00 

Dixfield 49.00 

Eliot, 1st 21.56 

Ellsworth, 1st* 96.93 

Ellsworth Falls, Union 16.00 

Farmington. Old South* 230.78 

Freedom, Com 13.50 



Gorham, 1st Parish 

Greenville, Union* 

HaUoweU, Old South* 

Hampden 

Holden 

Houlton 

Industry, Shorey Chapel 

Kennebunk** 

Kennebunkport* 

Kittery Point, 1st 

Lebanon, East** 

Lovell, Center 

Lubec 

Machias, Center St 

Madison 

Marshfield 

Masardis ? . . . 

Milford , . . 

Monmouth, United 

Mount Desert, Otter Creek 

" Larger Parish 

Newfield, West, Fed 

New Gloucester 

Newport. Union, High St 

Norridgewock, Fed 

North Berwick, 1st 

North Bridgton 

North Yarmouth** 

Norway. 2nd 

Old Town, Stillwater, Fed 

Oxbow, Union 

Paris, South, 1st 

Phippsburg** 

Portage 

Portland, Scandinavian, Bethany** . . 

" State St.** 

" WiUiston* 

" Woodfords 

Presque Isle 

Saco, 1st 

Sanford* 

Scarborough, Blue Point 

" 1st** 

Sherman Mills, Washburn Memorial . 

Skowhegan, Fed.* 

Solon, Fed 

Standish 

Stoneham, East 

Thomaston, Fed 

Turner 

Vassalboro, Riverside 

Warren, 2nd 

Waterford, North 



Westbrook, Warren* 



Wilton* 

Windham. 1st. . . . 

Winslow 

Winthrop** 

York Village. 1st*. 
Individual Gifts . . 



13.00 

65.85 

118.45 

12.00 

9.85 

11.00 

11.00 

260.00 

58.01 

10.00 

27.50 

29.30 

32.00 

49.21 

10.00 

3.25 

17.50 

23.77 

10.00 

8.00 

73.22 

29.25 

1.00 

4.00 

5.00 

15.00 

5.00 

301.23 

47.84 

6.00 

18.00 

46.60 

44.00 

17.30 

74.00 

1,499.00 

263.35 

126.00 

35.25 

48.50 

205.23 

19.32 

143.54 

4.37 

135.16 

5.05 

5.40 

52.85 

57.00 

5.00 

23.00 

1.00 

16.50 

789.95 

241.90 

44.41 

148.77 

17.26 

7.80 

81.80 

277.45 

210.20 



TOTAL . 



MASSACHUSETTS 



Abington $ 55 . 00 

" North 26.10 

Acton 1.00 

Agawam. Feeding Hills* 73. 12 

Amesbury, Christian 7 . 00 

•' Main St 37.60 

Amherst, 1st* 512.00 

" North* 176.75 

■' 2nd* 153.54 

Andover, Ballardvale* 40 . 03 

" South* 351.60 

" West 187.80 

Ashburnham, South 12.20 

Ashby 30.00 

Ashfield, Fed 37.05 

Ashland, 1st, Fed 27.20 



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Church 



Gift 



Ayer, Fed $ 32.00 

Barnstable, Center ville 5.00 

" Fed., Cotuit 14.25 

Becket, 1st, Chester 10.16 

" North, Fed 18.60 

Belchertown 50 . 00 

Belmont, Payson Park 105.00 

" Plymouth 282.21 

Berlin 46 . 25 

Bernardston, Fed 61 . 00 

Beverly, Dane St.* 60. 50 

" 2nd 14.00 

" Washington St 2.00 

Billerica, 1st 66.75 

Blackstone, Fed 32.00 

Boston, Alston 69 . 62 

" Brighton, 1st 25.00 

" Central, Cov., Fed 65.00 

" Charlestown 6.00 

" Dorchester, Pilgrim 40.00 

" ViUage 44.00 

" Hyde Park, Ist* 450.92 

" Jamaica Plain, Boylston* 109.65 

" Central 59.00 

" Mount Vernon* 495.25 

" Neponset, Fed 74.72 

" Old South** 2,532.25 

" RosUndale 74.33 

" Roxbury, EUot 236 . 05 

" St. Mark 15.00 

" Union 112.75 

•' West Roxbury** 2,786.51 

Boxboro, West Acton 30.00 

Boxford, 1st* 62.81 

Boylston 156.00 

Braintree, 1st 50.00 

'■ South 5.00 

Bridgewater, Central Square 18.75 

Brimfield, 1st 78.43 

Brockton, 1st 80.00 

" Porter 25.00 

" South, Campello 293 . 14 

BrookHeld 54.40 

Brookline, Harvard* 502.50 

" Leyden** 779.05 

Buckland, Mary Lyon 37 . 25 

Cambridge, 1st** 1,553.20 

" North 70.45 

" Pilgrim 67.75 

" Prospect 15.00 

Canton 1 . 00 

Carlisle 17.10 

Charlemont, East, Shelburne Fl 4 . 00 

Chelmsford, Central 7 . 00 

Chelsea, 1st 57.00 

Chester, 2nd 26.22 

Chicopee Falls 10.00 

" 1st* 123.76 

Cohasset, 2nd* 179.00 

Concord, Trinitarian 13.40 

Conway, Fed 28. 85 

Cummington, Village 6 . 70 

Dalton 25.00 

Danvers, 1st 59.27 

" Maple Street* 279.46 

Dedham, Riverdale 5.50 

Deerfield, South 13 . 00 

Douglas, 1st, East 13.00 

" 2nd, East 50.00 

Dracut, Central 150.00 

Dudley, 1st* 144.30 

Dunstable 27.00 

Duxbury 100.00 

Easthampton* 152 . 60 

East Longmeadow 137 . 69 

Erving 9.75 

Everett, 1st 23 . 08 

" Mystic Side 103.85 

Fall River, Bogle St 46.86 

" Central 15.00 

Fitchburg, Calvinistic* 349 . 00 

" Pilgrim 30.00 

" Rollstone 202.75 

Foxboro, Bethany* 144.74 | 



Church 



Gift 



Framingham, Grace $ 11.45 

Franklin 104. 21 

Freetown, East 5 . 00 

Gardner, 1st 34.90 

" Finnish 3 . 50 

Gloucester, Magnolia 7 . 85 

" Trinity 5.00 

Grafton 19.05 

Granby 52.20 

Granville, East, 1st Fed., Center 45.25 

Great Barrington, 1st** 600.00 

Housa tonic , 47 . 70 

Greenfield, 1st 23.97 

" Robbing Memorial* 68.70 

Groton 45.00 

Groveland 13.95 

Hadley, 1st 42.78 

" 2nd, North 17.35 

Hamilton 26.00 

Hampden, Fed 15.00 

Hanover, 1st, Center 31.51 

Harwich, Port 24 . 27 

Haverhill, Bradford* 392. 15 

" Center, 1st* 475.00 

" Riverside Memorial 40.00 

" Ward Hill* 81.93 

Heath 33.00 

Hingham 14.40 

Hinsdale, 1st* 82 . 00 

Holbrook, Winthrop** 178. 17 

Holden* 366.55 

Holland, Southbridge 16.90 

Holliston, 1st* 202.38 

Holyoke, 1st** 706.80 

" Grace 10.00 

" 2nd** 1.573.50 

Huntington, 1st* 24.60 

Ipswich, 1st and South 10.75 

Kingston, Mayflower, Fed 52.44 

Lakeville and Taunton Prec 12.00 

Lancaster, Evangehcal** 376.87 

Lawrence, Lawrence St 15.76 

'■ South 37.76 

Leominster, Church of Christ 3.00 

Leverett, Moore's Corner 5.00 

Lincoln, Fed 115. 15 

Littleton 131 .37 

Longmeadow 225 . 87 

Lowell, All Souls 60.00 

" Highland* 127.00 

" Pawtucket 18.62 

Ludlow, Union* 174.90 

Lunenburg 42.86 

Lynnfield, Center 5.67 

Maiden, 1st 10.00 

" Linden 20.00 

" Maplewood 110.00 

Manchester 10.00 

Mansfield, Orthodox 100.00 

Marblehead, 1st Church of Christ**. . . 665.83 

Marlboro 26.00 

Mattapoisett 35.00 

Maynard, Finnish 6.00 

Medfield** 161.90 

Medford, North St., Union 10.00 

" Union 2.00 

" West* 318.00 

Medway, 2nd, West 18.00 

Melrose, 1st 400.00 

Merrimac 1 1 . 00 

Middleboro, Central 96.42 

" Rock Village 28.65 

Middlefield 20.64 

Milford, 1st* 180.00 

Millbury, East, North Grafton 13.00 

" 1st 75.00 

" 2nd 6.00 

MilUs 11.16 

Milton, East 186.91 

Montague, 1st 8.29 

" Millers Falls 5.13 

'■ Turners Falls 30.00 

Natick, 1st* 303.00 

Needham* 225.00 



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Church 


Gift 


Church 


Gift 


New Bedford, United 


.. $ 70.40 


Wakefield, 1st* 


.. $ 1,211.70 


Newbury, 1st* 


253.71 


Walpole, East 


90.00 




12.40 


" United 




New Marlboro, Mill River 


3.90 


Waltham, 1st 


44.00 


" Southfield* 


69.55 


Ware, East 


51.51 


Newton, Auburndale* 


472.57 


Warren, Fed 


6.81 


" Central. NewtonviUe** 


1,346.80 


Watertown, Phillips* 


145.20 


" Eliot* 


315.00 


Wayland 


10.00 


" lat Center* 


714 20 


Webster 

WeUesley 


11 75 


" Highlands** 


1,420.00 




" North 


63.22 


" Hills, 1st* 


279.53 


" 2nd, West** 


2,537.67 


Wendell 


5.00 


" Waban 


847.91 


Wenham 


92.99 


North Adams 


35.00 


Westboro, Evangelical* 


238.55 


Northampton, Edwards* 


400.67 


West Boylston 


25 00 


" 1st* 


279.37 


Westfield, 1st* 


252.50 


" Florence* 


84.00 


Westford 


11.80 


North Attl'eboro, Attleboro Falls . . . 


12.00 


West Newbury, 2nd** 


234.98 


Northboro 


66.25 


Westport, 1st, North , . 

" 4th, Brownell's Cor. No 


25.10 


North Whitina-inlle** 


2,513.30 


23 00 


Northfield, East 


206.17 


West Springfield, Mittineague* . . . . 


243.21 


Norwood, 1st 


218.43 


West Stockbridge, 1st, State Line . . 


5.00 


Orange, Central* 


306.30 


Weymouth, East 


110.00 


Otis 


.75 


" Old South Union, South 


46.44 


Oxford 


15.00 


" Pilgrim, North 


37.86 


Palmer, 2nd* 


238.60 


Whitman* 


333.25 


" Thorndike 


8.19 


Wilbraham, Fed 


70.25 


" Three Rivers 


33.62 


" North, Grace Union* 


73.60 


Paxton 


32.31 


WilUamstown. 1st 


110.00 


Peabody, 2nd 


.90 


" 2nd 


1 . 50 


" South 


69.44 


Wilmington 


25.00 


PeppereU, Fed. and Com 


25.00 


Winchendon, North 


114.73 


Peru 


20.00 


Woburn, 1st 


95.25 


Petersham 


5.00 


" North 


8.36 


Pittsfield, 1st 


17.44 


Worce.ster, Adams Square 


130.00 




242 15 


" Bethany 

" Central* 


150 00 


" 2nd 


13.43 


333.00 


" South . 


50.00 
33.50 




102.59 


Plainfield 


" Finnish, 1st 


10.00 


Plymouth, Manomet 


6.00 


" Hadwen Park 


25.00 


•• Pilgrimage 


32.37 
13.00 


" Lake View 


45.40 


Plympton 


" Park 


59.34 


Princeton 


12.00 

1,659.66 

427.00 


Individual Gifts 


1 561 25 


Quincy, Bethany** 

" Memorial, North** 






TOTAL 


.. $52,290.17 




188.45 
50.76 






Raynham, 1st, Center* 


MICHIGAN 




•' 2nd, North** 

Rehoboth 


145.15 
11.34 






Ada 


.. $ 1.00 


Revere, Pines, Com 


6.00 


Alamo 


5.00 


Rochester, 1st** 


189.60 


AUegan 


87.00 


Rockland 


39.81 


Almont 


50.00 


Rockport* 


150.20 


Alpena 


14.57 


Rowley. 1st** 


266.57 


Alpine, Trinity 


41.00 




35.00 
15.00 




64.50 


" 2nd, South 


Armada** 


179.95 


Salem. Crombie St 


10.00 


Athens 


29.00 


" Tabernacle* 


585.25 


Baldwin 


35.87 


Sandisfield, 1st, Colebk., Conn 


3.00 


Battle Creek* 


274.04 




3.15 






Sandwich, Fed.** 


122.35 


Belding, 1st** 


181.88 




8.00 




748.27 


" Cliftondale 


21.50 


Benzonia' 


92.40 


Shelburne FaUs 


10.00 


Bostwick Lake** 


138.50 


Shirley, United 


25.00 


Britton 


10.00 


Shrewsbury 


23.00 


Calumet 


2.00 


Shutesbury, Fed 


5.00 


Charlevoix** 


360.03 


Somerville, Bdway., Winter Hill. . . 


21.00 


Cheboygan* 


13.00 




175.16 


Chelsea 


73.07 


Southbridge 


56.25 


Clare 


15.70 


South Hadley 1st* . 


75 50 




182 70 


Spencer 


1.50 


Columbus 


17.00 


Springfield, Faith 


45.00 


Covert 


11.00 


" Ist* : 


723.49 


Dearborn, 1st 


10.00 


" Hope 


241.00 


Detroit, Blvd.** 


633.81 




10.00 




522.46 


•■ Union* 


271.32 


" Bushnell 


497.43 


Stoneham, 1st* 


281.39 


" 1st** 


1,363.60 


Sturbridge, Fed 


9.00 




242.08 




8.45 


" Highland Park** 


412.30 




12.15 






Taunton, Union* 


195.55 


•' Mt. Hope 


302.80 


Templeton. Fed.* 


103.53 


" North 


187.34 


Topsfield 


35.88 


Drummond 


16.50 



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Church 



Gift 



Dundee $ 42.60 

Durand, 1st* 137.35 

East LansinfT, People's 22 . 00 

Flat Rock, 1st 60 . 00 

Gaylord 10.00 

Gibraltar, 1st 32.37 

Grand Blanc 15 . 00 

Grand Rapids, Burlinsame** 321 . 23 

" East 215.50 

" Park* 423.28 

" Plymouth 5.00 

" 2nd 57.35 

" Smith 10.00 

" South* 192.58 

" Wallin* 186.40 

GrandviUe* 135.40 

Grant 53.65 

Greenville 144.00 

Hancock, 1st 62 . 20 

Harrison 7 . 44 

Highland** 61 .00 

Homestead 15.50 

Hubbell 20.00 

Hudson 10.00 

Ironton** 84.00 

Jackson, 1 st* 233 . 25 

Kalamazoo 256.53 

Kalkaska 5.20 

Lake Odessa 41 . 08 

Lakeview 22.37 

Lansing, Mayflower* 71 .40 

" Pilgrim 19.00 

" Plymouth 302.29 

Litchfield 6 . 50 

Long Rapids 6.00 

Lowell, 1st* 362.85 

Luddington 150.00 

Manistee, 1st 49.40 

Maybee 60.00 

Memphis* 48.37 

Merrill 20.00 

Muskegon, 1st* 689 . 17 

" Jackson 53.60 

" McGraft 69.40 

New Haven, 1st 68.00 

Northport 5.00 

OHvet 50.00 

Onekama 70.67 

Ovid 12.85 

Pincknev 16.00 

Pittsford, lat 20.00 

Pontiac, 1st* 951.99 

Port Huron, Ross 6.00 

Prattville, Com.** 39.02 

Ransom 5 . 00 

Reed City, 1st 44.35 

Richmond* 134.04 

Rochester, 1st** 375.00 

Rockford, 1st** 711 .36 

Rockwood 11.00 

Romeo 1 1 1 . 70 

Roscommon 2 . 75 

Royal Oak 20 .00 

St. Clair 117.45 

St. Joseph 446.1 

Saginaw, 1st 200.00 

Saranac 59 

Saugatuck, 1st 15.20 

Sawyer & New Troy 50 . 00 

South Haven, 1st 161.15 

Three Oaks, 1st* 68.50 

Traverse City, 1st 49.75 

" Oak Park 15.00 

Union City* 111.71 

Vermontville 43 . 72 

Watervliet, Plymouth** 333.80 

Wayne, 1st** 363.21 

Webster 45.00 

Whitehall 10.00 

Wolverine 7.00 

Ypsilanti** 569.06 

Individual Gifts 331.07 

TOTAL $ 17,917.49 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC 



DELAWARE 

Dover, People's* $ 316.81 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Washington, Cleveland Park** 348.25 

" Ingrim Memorial 10.00 

" Mt. Pleasant** 2,137.94 

MARYLAND 

Webster, Havre de Grace 53.00 

NEW JERSEY 

Bound Brook 299.46 

Cedar Grove 16.00 

Chatham, Stanley Memorial** 635.75 

Chester, 1st* 100.00 

Cresskill 65.25 

East Orange, 1st* 364.79 

" Trinity** 595.40 

EUzabeth, 1st 6.00 

Glen Ridge* 59.65 

Grantwood 11 .00 

Hackensack, 1st* 101 .30 

Haworth, 1st** 211 .82 

Irvington, Lst** 1,316.33 

Little Falls 15.45 

Little Ferry, Evang.* 134.00 

Locktown 10 . 00 

Maple Shade 50.00 

Maplewood, 1st** 271.50 

Montclair. 1st* 685.00 

" Union* 763.61 

" Watchung 57.65 

Morsemere, Ridgeficld, Com 27.60 

Nutley, St. Paul's 112.50 

Orange, Highland 65 . 50 

Park Ridge, 1st** 381.60 

Plainfield 4.00 

" Pilgrim Swedish 10.00 

River Edge* 373.93 

Rutherford 25.00 

Vineland, Pilgrim 14.00 

Westfield, 1st 124. 13 

Woodbridge 46.98 

VIRGINIA 

Arlington, Rock Spring** 92. 17 

Individual Gifts 202.30 

TOTAL $ 10,115.67 

MINNESOTA 

Ada** $ 177.00 

Aitkin, 1st 10.00 

Alexandria 142.73 

Anoka, 1st** 284.92 

Austin. 1st* 295.42 

Barnesville 12.90 

Baudette 8.08 

Bejou 8.60 

Belview 2.00 

Benson 25.00 

Birchdale 2. .50 

Brainerd, 1st 56.00 

Brownton 25.00 

Cambria, Fed 5.08 

Cannon Falls, 1st 5.00 

Cloquet, Finnish 10. 50 

Cottage Grove, 1st* 52. 20 

Duluth, Pilgrim 246.25 

Elk River, Union 55.00 

Fairmont 86. 10 

Freeborn 87.32 

Gaylord 38.35 

Glenwood 36 . 65 

Glyndon* 71.10 

Graceville 26.00 

Granada 2.50 

Granite Falls 21.00 

Hancock 6-00 

Hopkins 41.03 

Hutchinson 55.00 

International Falls 16.35 

Lakeland 3.00 



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... % 2.00 


Mankato, 1st 

Mapleton, United 

Marietta 


21.50 
37 . .56 
5 00 


Marshall, Fed 

Medford 

Minneapolis, Edina-Morningside*. . 

" Fifth Ave 

" 1st . 


97. .50 
31.35 
89.51 
150.07 
92. .53 


" Forest Heights 


30.35 
85 49 


" Lyndale 

" Mayflower 

" Minnehaha 

" Pilgrim** 


54.21 
150.00 

47.73 
500 00 


" Plymouth* 

" 38th St .... 


605.00 
28 24 




61 00 


Moorhead, 1st* 

Nassau 


63.79 
2 00 


New Richland 


111 96 


New Ulm 


29.45 


Northfield, 1st* 

Oak Grove, Verndale 

Oak Mound, Moorhead 


421.94 
5.00 
16.00 
20.00 


Owatonna, Fed 

Pelican Rapids 

Robbinsdale 

Round Prairie 

St. Paul Clark Memorial 


30.00 
3.70 
35.00 
12.95 
206 20 


" Hazel Park 


14.63 


" Highland Park, People's*. .. . 
" Neighborhood 


196.51 
41 10 




32.50 


" Plymouth, Com.* 

" St. Anthony Park 


69.40 
110 21 




181.90 


Silver Lake, Czech 

Sleepy Eye, Union** 


85.00 
137 91 


Staples 


42 35 


Swanville 


1 . 10 


Tintah 


13.20 


Wadena 


30 94 




2.00 




12.35 


Wayzata 


102 93 


Williams, Pilgrim 


27.35 


Undesignated 


580.36 


TOTAL 


.. $ 6.664.60 


MISSOURI 


Bonne Terre, 1st 


.. $ 24.20 


Fort Leonard Wood 


100 00 






K^sas City, Country Club* 


563 18 


" 1st* 


191 00 






Lebanon, 1st 

Pierce City, 1st 


3.27 
51.56 


St. Louis, 1st** 

" Immanuel* 


759.93 
124.20 
443.18 


" Pilgrim* 

Springfield, 1st* 

Webster Grove, 1st** 


1,109.32 
220.02 

1,812.19 
181.20 




TOTAL 


. . $ 5,996.18 


MONTANA 


Bakdr 


. . $ 23.80 
20.00 
118.98 
20.00 


Billings Community (South Side) . . . 
Billings, Ist 


Broadus 



Brockway . 
Butte. 











Ekalaka 


23 26 


Fairfield 


20 00 


Froid 








Glendive 


53 47 


Great Falls 


83 58 






Laurel 


60 75 


Livingston 


55 41 






Red Lodge 


5 00 


Savage 


20 23 


Sidney 




Worden, German 

TOTAL 


25.00 


. $ 919.69 


NEBRASKA 


Albion .... 


$ 91 29 






Arcadia 


1 38 


Ashby . . 


6 00 


Ashland, 1st 

Aurora, Fed 


110.00 
47 02 


Belvidere 






21.76 


Blair, 1st 




Brunswick 


8 66 


Campbell** 


93.40 


Carroll, Zion 

Center 


15.51 
3 00 


Chadron, 1st 

Clarks 


23.67 
48.25 


Columbus 


98 84 


Cortland, Pilgrim* 


134 48 




174.44 






Diller 


10 00 


Fairfield 


18 00 


Fairmont, Fed 


8.38 


Fremont, 1st 


81.25 
133.29 






Grand Island 


78 13 




31.96 


Halsey 


2.00 






Hastings, 1st 

Hayes Center 


10.00 
40.00 
3 35 




26 18 


Leigh 1st 


5 00 


Lincoln, Ebenezer 

•'1st 


5.00 
502 87 


" Vine 


39 g4 




5.00 


McCook, 1st 

Mitchell, Fed 


42.00 
25.00 
5.25 


Norfolk 


3.07 


Ogallala . ... 


42 75 


Omaha, Central 

" 1st Central 

" Pilgrim 

' ' Plymouth 

Park 


1.50 
43.48 
16.54 

8.34 
29 61 




7.00 


Plainview 


26 50 




9 91 


Ravenna, 1st 

Red Cloud 


35.36 
7.75 


Salem 


5 17 


Scribner 


53 23 




7.00 


Seward 


25.00 


South Com 


6 75 






Sutton, Fed. 


32.70 


Syracuse, Fed 


17.50 



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[1943 



Church 


Gift 


Church 


Gift 


Thedford 


$ 13.66 
21.00 
5.00 
25.51 
2.15 
20.00 
1.00 
137.45 

$ 2,782.12 


North Weare, Fed 

Pembroke 

Penacook 

Peterborough, Union 

Piermont, Fed 

Pike, Bethany 

Pittsfield 

Plymouth* 

Portsmouth, North* 

Raymond 

Rochester 

Rye 


. . $ 6.00 




31.95 


Wahoo 


24.05 


Weeping Water 1st 


7.90 




25.20 




7.50 


York 

TnrlixrirllKil fiifts 


20.00 
127.35 


TOTAL 


763.25 
10.00 
63.50 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 




5.00 
184 20 




Stewartstown, West 

Stratham, Com 

Sulli\'an, 1st 

East Sullivan, Union 

Swanzey 

Tilton* 

Trov Trinitarian** 




Alstead, Fed 

Atkinson 

Bath 

Boscawen, 1st** 

Brentwood 


$ 53.38 

5.00 

2.25 

164.01 

52.00 

5.00 

11.30 

43.32 

30.17 

133.74 

5.00 

186.65 

347.47 

45.00 

40.30 

19.75 

3.00 

4.20 

131.05 

3.63 

12.21 

1,970.32 

17.50 

9.75 

215.70 

414.15 

3.75 

35.40 

5.00 

4.50 

1.00 

58.92 

30.00 

4.00 

103.00 

13.00 

791.20 

30.00 

35.00 

50.00 

29.42 

55.82 

48.85 

16.00 

94.25 

455.63 

156.52 

17.90 

316.06 

6.00 

47.80 

28.50 

82.15 

6.00 

173.17 

623.10 

773.23 

194.00 

37.84 

7.00 

8.00 

55.60 

20.00 

235.50 

346.16 

19.00 

6.70 

335.74 

167.76 

50.67 


19.68 
23.65 
53.85 
25.57 
85.00 
238 25 


Center Harbor 


Union 

Walpole, 1st** 


5 00 


Charles town 


296.45 


Claremont, 1st* 

Colebrook 


Webster* 

West Lebanon 


36.64 
79.25 


Concord, East** 

•• 1st* 


Westmoreland, United 

Wilton 


14.80 
27.42 


" South 

" West 


Wolfeboro, 1st* 


113.25 


Cornish 

Croydon 


TOTAL 




sia.i.-^s 93 


Danbury 






NEW YORK 




Dover, 1st 






Albany, 2nd* 


.. $ 173.21 




888.04 




Antwerp 

Aquebogue 

Baiting Hollow, Calverton** 


7.00 


East Jaffrey** . ... 


24.00 


Exeter* 

Fitzwilliam, Fed 

Franconia, Fed.* 

FrankUn, Christian 

" Village 

Gilmanton, Iron W orks, Fed 

Gilsum 

Greenville, Fed 

Hampstead 

Hampton, 1st* 

Hampton Falls, Seabrook and Rand . . 


120.00 
5.00 


Berkshire* . ... 


44.59 




18.70 




164.70 


Boston, Com 


73.25 
176.00 


Bridgewater 

Bristol, Canandaigua 

Bronxville 


8.60 

5.00 

20.00 

250.67 




100.25 




Canaan 

Canandaigua 


18.25 


Henniker 


45.45 
104.69 


Hollis, 1st 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Hudson 

Jaffrey, 1st** 

Keene Court St ** 


Castile, Com 

Chappaqua 

Cheektawago, Union Road, Com. . . 

Cortland, 2nd 

Curriers, Arcade 

Ea.st Bloomfield 


105.00 
82.00 
16.00 
60.73 
2.36 
57.35 


" 1st 

Kingston, 1st 

Laconia* 


6.40 




26.00 


Elizabethtown 

Ellington 

Elmira The Park 


33.70 
5.00 


Lebanon, 1st 

Lee 

Littleton, 1st* 

Loudon 

Lyme** 

Manchester, 1st* 

" FrankUn* 

" South Main St.* 

Meredith, 1st 

Meriden 

Merrimack 

Milford, 1st 

Milton, Fed 

Nashua, 1st 

" Pilgrim* 

Nelson, Munsonville 

Newfields, Com 

Newport, South** 

North C^onway, 1st Church of Christ*. 
North Hampton* 


180.00 


P'airport, 1st* 

Franklin Fed * 


171.55 
83.43 


Garden City 


25.00 


Gasport 

Gloversville 

Granville, Welsh 


86.43 

215.85 

3.00 

61.50 


Hall 

Homer* 

Hopkinton 


10.00 
422.60 

13.10 
725.00 


Ithaca 

Jamesport 


44.00 

3.50 

872.80 


" Pilgrim Memorial 

Java Village** . ... 


75.00 
107.36 


Keene Valley 

Kiantone, Jamestown 

Lake View 


78.55 
10.00 
14.43 



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Lisle 


$ 23 75 


Lockport, Plymouth 


15.83 


Madrid* 


69 75 


Manhasset . 


20 00 


MansviUe 




Morgan ville 


40 00 




33.25 
130.30 
13.00 
38.00 
30.52 
175.13 
134.75 
35.00 
3.00 
30.00 

10.70 
206.45 

80.70 

16.37 

435.10 

165.07 

38.25 

110.25 

10.00 

20.00 

2,465.73 

727.50 
90.95 
35.00 

536.31 
44.66 
25.00 
38.82 
91.65 

175.39 
21.00 
63.82 
26.30 
89.00 

321.87 

108.85 
25.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 

125.00 

133.10 
6.00 
18.60 
21.20 
67.68 

805.29 
21.99 

311.48 
7.51 
8.25 
37.10 

237.16 
12.60 
10.39 
10.90 

142.94 
16.00 
33.00 
77.10 
18.19 

108.00 
18.15 
10.00 

168.85 

218.95 
17.00 
66.37 
34.95 
20.17 

159.94 


Middletown, 1st 


" North St 


Moravia 




Mount Vernon, Com 

" Heights 

Newark Valley 




New Haven 


NEW YORK CITY 
Borough of Bronx 

Bedford Park 


North Church* 

Borough of Brooklyn 

Cadman Church 

Church of the Evangel 

Flatbush-Tompkins Ave.* 


Park Slope 


Plymouth Church of Pilgrims .... 
Rugby 


South 


Borough of Manhattan 


Borough of Queens 

Flushing, 1st** 

Forest Hills, Church in the Gardens 


Queens Village, Hollis Ave.* 

Richmond Hill, Pilgrim 




Woodhaven, Christ 

Borough of Richmond 

North Evans, 2nd** 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oneida Lake, Fed 

Ontario 


Orient** 

Patchogue* 

Pembroke, United 

Phoenix .... 


Pine Island, German 

Pittsfield, New Berlin . 


Point Pleasant, Durand 


Prospect, Fed 

Reed Corners, Fed., Canandaigua. 
Riverhead, 1st 


Rockville Center* .... 


Rutland, Watertown 

Salamanca 


Savannah 


Say ville 


Scarsdale 

Schroon Lake, Fed 

Seneca Falls .... 




Sherrill 


South Hartford 


South Westerlo 


Stanfordville 

Summer Hill, Locke 

Syracuse, Danforth, United 

" Plymouth 

ft " Taunton 

^Vtica, Plymouth 

" South* 

Wadhams 

Walton 


Washington Mills . . 


Watertown 

Wellsville 



Church 



Gift 



West Bloomfield 

West Groton, Groton. . 

West Winfield 

White Plains, Chatterton Hill . . 
|] Church in the Highlands*. 

Ridgeview* 

Willsboro 

Winthrop 

Individual Gifts 



25.61 

8.50 

23.00 

5.00 

701.80 

237.20 

20.00 

62.02 

2,846.87 



TOTAL $19,563.92 



NORTH CAROLINA (Colored) 



Apex, Christian Chapel $ 

Goldston, St. Luke 

Hemp, Collins Chapel 

King's Mountain, Lincoln Academv. ... 

Manson, Burckett's Chapel ". . .". 

Strieby, Farmer, 1st 

Winston Salem, Wentz Memorial 

Individual Gifts 



TOTAL $ 



NORTH DAKOTA 



5.00 
1.00 
6.25 
3.00 
4.55 
4.25 
2.00 
13.00 



.05 



Beach $ 6.50 

Berthold 1 1 lo 

Cando ^ 5.00 

Carnngton, Fed 20.00 

Carson, Emmaus, German 33.09 

Crary 45^00 

Elbowoods, Memorial 2.00 

Elgin, 1st 39.36 

Fargo, 1st 24.26 

•• Plymouth* 100.00 

Fessenden 17.00 

Forman 10 ! 00 

Gardner** 51 .32 

Glen UUin, 1st 14^03 

Grand Forks, Plymouth 50.00 

Gran\'ille, Hope 18.91 

Hankinson 49.71 

Harvey, Eigenheim 32.76 

Havana 10.00 

Haynes 4 . 60 

Heaton 15.00 

Hebron, 1st 10.00 

Hettinger 30.85 

Hillsboro 74 . 29 

Hurdsfield 28 ! 00 

Kulm, 1st, German 36.60 

Lake WiUiams 5 00 

Lakota 32. 00 

Leeds 8.00 

May ville* 83 . 82 

Medina, Zion 42 . 80 

Merrioourt, Hoffnungs 16.53 

Minot 58 . 55 

Mott** 116.95 

New England 3 . 75 

New Rockford 32.00 

Parshall* 40 . 00 

Pettibone, 1st 16.00 

Plaza 9.60 

Reeder 14. 00 

Regent 16.75 

Sawyer, 1st 6.86 

" Highland** 62.00 

Scranton, Pierce 46.00 

Tappen 5.00 

Velva** 102.27 

Wahpeton* 1 13 . 69 

Individual Gifts 110.50 



TOTAL . 



,681.45 



Akron, 1st. . . . 
Akron, West . . 
Alexis, Toledo . 



60.50 
65.45 
18.20 



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[1943 



Church 



Gift 



Ashtabula, 1st* $ 

•' 2nd 

Auburn, Com 

Aurora 

Austinburg* 

Avon Lake** 

Bellevue 

Berlin Heights, United* 

Bethany, Lebanon 

Bible Chapel 

Brecksville 

Brownhelm, Vermilion* 

Bulaville 

Burton 

Campbellstown 

Canton 

Centerburg 

Centennial 

Cincinnati, 1st United 

Claridon 

Cleveland, Archwood* 

" Bethlehem 

" Brooklyn Heights** 

" CoUinwood 

" Denison 

" East Cleveland 

" East View* 

" Euclid 

" Euclid Ave.* 

" Glenville* 

" Grace 

" Highland 

" Lakewood* 

" North 

" Nottingham 

" Parkwood 

" Pilgrim* 

" Plymouth Shaker Heights* 

" Swedish 

" Trinity, Cleveland Heights 

" West Park 

" Woodland Hills 

Columbus, 1st 

" 1st, Com 

" Mayflower 

" Plymouth 

Columbus Grove 

Conneaut, United* 

Cove Spring, Troy 

Covington** 

Cuyahoga Falls, 1st* 

Dayton, 1st Walnut HiUs 

Murlin Heights 

Polk Grove** 

Ridgewood Heights* 

Riverdale 

Shiloh 

Defiance, Bethel 

Dover, Westlake 

Dubhn* 

East Oberlin, Oberlin 

Eaton 

Edinburg 

Elyria, 1st* 

•' 2nd* 

Enon, Knob Prairie** 

Fairport, Fairport Harbor 

Fairview, Georgetown 

Florence, United, Berhn Heights 

Fredericksburg 

Geneva, 1st* 

Gomer, Welsh 

Greenfield, Steuben 

Greenville 

Greenville Creek* 

Hammonds Corners 

Harwood, Lynchburg 

Higginsport 

Highwater 

Hudson 

Ireland 

Isle St. George** 

Jefferson 



Church 



253.69 

128.00 

7.00 

89.45 

10.3.09 

291.47 

79.75 

166.58 

25.17 

5.00 

66.93 

142.35 

5.00 

16.67 

6.70 

35.86 

10.00 

10.00 

268.11 

2.00 

743.36 

51.25 

364.95 

43.70 

262.02 

201.54 

59.40 

12.00 

705.84 

118.75 

36.80 

175.71 

1,045.58 

15.00 

2.00 

35.00 

464.26 

1,594.50 

10.00 

67.02 

135.00 

7.50 

507.45 

150.00 

6.22 

135.77 

61.04 

621.96 

75.00 

421.80 

195:53 

64.13 

15.00 

180.00 

159.81 

64.06 

25.00 

10.00 

91.00 

106.00 

67.00 

97.00 

66.40 

928.70 

135.73 

135.00 

10.00 

30.35 

85.90 

32.35 

220.63 

40.00 

7.50 

12.50 

103.27 

2.00 

11.00 

11.05 

39.05 

35.07 

6.00 

25.00 

80.18 



Kent, 1st* $ 

Kirtland, Willoughby 

Lennox, Fed., Jefferson 

Lexington 

Litchfield 

Little Kyger 

Little Muskingum 

Lock 

Lodi ■ • 

Lorain, 1st* • • 

Lost Creek (Casstown)* 

Ludlow Falls 

Lyme, Belle\'ue 

Madison, Central 

Mansfield, 1st 

Marblehead, 1st* ■ 

Marietta, 1st* 

" Putnam 

" Wayne St 

Mecca 

Medina** 

Monroeville, Com.** 

Mt. HoUy 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Sterling, 1st** 

Mt. Vernoti 

Mt. Zion, Continental 

New Spring Chapel, Sidney 

North Fairfield 

North Olmsted 

North Ridgeville, 1st* 

Oberlin, 1st* v,-.-,-..-- 

Olmsted Com. Fed., Olmsted Falls*. . . 

Oran, Sidney 

Painesville, Ist* 

" Union Negro 

Parkman* 

Penfield, WeUington 

Phillipsburg* 

Piqua 

Pleasant HiU 

Radnor* 

Ravenna, 1st* 

Richmond, Grand River 

Ripley, Greenwich • 

Rock Creek 

Rootstown 

Ruggles , 

Sandusky 

South .\mherst 

South Solon 

Spencerville, Fed 

Springfield** 

" Lagonda Ave.** 

Steubenville, 1st 

Strongs\-ille 

Sugar Creek** 

Sullivan 

Sylvania, Com.** 

Tallmadge 

Toledo, 1st 

" Pilgrim 

" Plymouth 

" Point Place 

Troy, 1st 

Vermilion 

Versailles, 1st 

Wakeman 

Wauseon 

Waverly 

Wellington, 1st 

West Grove, Arcanum** 

West Manchester 

West Millgrove 

West Minster 

Westville, Beloit 

Youngstown, Plymouth* 

Zanesville 

Huntington, W. Va., 1st 

Individual Gifts 



12.50 
24.00 
40.25 
18.20 
7.00 
4.80 
22.77 
1.45 
528.00 
60.00 
13.00 
15.00 
151.15 
133.00 
67.80 
445.40 
70.00 
15.55 
3.98 
726.65 
410.30 
2.00 
24.00 
242.50 
221.74 
34.71 
72.66 
24.50 
90.55 
23.00 
768.98 
353.54 
3.60 
608.48 
3.47 
86.25 
31.10 
27.25 
111.98 
26.39 
83.40 
374.13 
6.34 
10.00 
22.89 
81.73 
17.50 
63.15 
12.70 
25.00 
15.00 
808.90 
332.78 
10.00 
65.00 
91.25 
53.05 
316.16 
100.00 
131.66 
317.00 
69.03 
20.00 
236.22 
95.00 
145.25 
43.15 
14.20 
11.75 



TOTAL . 



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69 



OKLAHOMA 




. . $ 26.17 




6.45 








22 00 


Okarche, Park 

Oklahoma City, Pilgrim 

Vinitia 


12.00 

229.25 

1 00 


Weatherford, Zion, German 

TEXAS 


35.73 
5 00 


Spring Lake** 


395 00 






TOTAL 


.. $ 750.60 


OREGON 





Ashland, 1st** % 137.20 

Astoria, Finnish** 59.67 

Beaver Creek, St. Peter's Church 40.63 

Beaverton, Bethel 20.00 

Cedar MiU 20.00 

Clackamas, 1st** .50.00 

Condon, Com 10.00 

CorvalUs** 236.65 

Enterprise, Com 22 . 00 

Eugene, 1st* 243.00 

Forest Grove, 1st** 665.95 

Freewater, Fed 28. 14 

Gaston** 1.57.75 

Hillsboro 72 . 00 

Hood River, Riverside Com .50 . 35 

Hubbard, Smyrna 50.00 

Jennings, Lodge, Grace Com 54.51 

Klamath Falls, Com 20.00 

Oregon City, Atkinson Memorial 75.00 

Oswego, 1st** 215.75 

Portland, Alameda 32.30 

" Ardenwald 10. 25 

" Ebenezer 70.00 

" 1st** 1,184.48 

" German Brethren 150.00 

" Highland 87.50 

" Parkrose* 306.50 

" Pilgrim* 80.00 

" Waverly Heights* 199.05 

Salem, 1st* 122.90 

" Knight Memorial* 214 . 00 

The Dalles, 1st** 444.82 

Individual Gifts 169 . 58 

TOTAL $ 5,299.98 



PENNSYLVANIA 


Amaranth 


$ 10.00 
23.00 
27.10 
5.00 
10.00 
15.00 
5.77 
12.45 
39.85 

267.35 
29.94 
25.00 

161.21 
10.00 

120.85 
24.05 
77.64 
2.70 
10.00 

232.81 
64.00 
17.00 
50.77 
80.00 
22.00 

225.00 


Braddock Slovak 




Charleroi 


ClearviUe 




" Rock HUl 


Columbus, Com 

Ebensburg, 1st 

Everett, 1st** 

" Mt. Union 

Glen Olden 


Gulph Mills* 




Kane, 1st* . 


LeRaysville, Com 


" 1st 


Meadv-ille, Park Ave 


Milroy, White Memorial* 

Nanticoke, Bethal* 

Neath 


Philadelphia, Germantown, 1st 

" Armenian Martyrs 

" Central 

" Frankfort 



Pittsburgh, Arhngton 

" Birmingham 

" Manchester* 




. $ 10.00 
100.00 
65.25 
18.33 


" Slovanic 

" Smithfield Evan.- Protestant*. . 
Plymouth, 1st Welsh 


6.85 

560.77 

6 25 


Potter^^lle, Rome 




31.00 


Spring Creek 




18 55 


Tarentum, 1st 

Warfordsburg, Pleasant G 
West Spring Creek 


rove 


15.00 
3.00 
3 75 






17.00 


Wilkes-Barre, Miner .... 
Individual Gifts 




6.92 
499 54 








TOTAL 






PUERTO RICO 


Ceiba, Ensenada Honda . 
Fajardo, 1st* 




. $ 51.25 
70 00 






15.00 








Humacao, United* 




49.45 
17.50 


Pona Pobre & Las Minas 
SaUnas .... 


Churches . 


6.00 
7 94 






20.00 








Individual Gifts 




2 00 








TOTAL 


. $ 249.14 


RHODE 


ISLAND 





Barrington** $ 465 . 26 

BrLstol, Lst 7.10 

Central Falls* 276.66 

Cranston, Edgewood* 271.94 

" Frankhn 32.25 

East Providence, Newman Rumford. . . 85.00 

" United** 453.85 

Kingston* 220.01 

Little Compton, United** 156.50 

Moosup Valley 4 . 00 

Newport, United 74 . 50 

Pawtucket, Darhngton 43 . 80 

" 1st** 1,103.48 

" Park Place Church* 400.00 

Peace Dale** 449.70 

Providence, Beneficent* 327.. 55 

" Central** 2,334.00 

" Elmwood 28.40 

" Plymouth Union* 32.11 

Saylesville, Sayles Memorial 27. 12 

Slatersville* 112.20 

West Warwick* 297.35 

Woonsocket, Globe 34.60 

Individual Gifts 25.00 

TOTAL $ 7,262.38 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



Albee $ 8.00 

Armour, Co 24.31 

Athol 5 . 00 

Badger 18.00 

Buffalo 18.90 

Canova 5.00 

Chamberlain, United* 208.25 

Clark 16.17 

Clear Lake, l.st 17.25 

Custer, Com 22.00 

Dupree* 30.42 

" Thunder Butte 4.26 

Eagle Butte, 1st* 61.00 

Edgemont** 200.47 

Erwin 5 . 00 

Estelline** 140.05 



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[1943 



Church 


Gift 


Cliurch 


Gift 




10.00 
34.85 

7.00 

2.63 
58.00 
21.51 
78.00 
36.60 

7.00 
32.50 
24.67 
31.24 
25.00 
35.75 
16.50 
107.95 
11.74 
160.63 
66.01 

2.27 
17.. 52 
17.52 
96.94 

5.00 
100.61 

5.00 

5 00 

5.00 
32.75 
118.66 
17.07 

3.05 
113.90 
17.. 59 

1 . 50 
116.11 
05 . 00 


Pfaffton, N. C 

Pleasant Ridge, N. C 

Reidsvnlle, N. C, 1st 

Shallow Ford, Elon College, N. C. . 
Tryon, N. C, Erskine Memorial. . 

Union, Burhngton, N. C 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

VALLEY OF VA. CONFERENCE 

Bethlehem, Broadway 

Dry Run, St. Davids Church 

Joppa, Edinburg 

Leaksville 


. $ 10.25 




3.75 




148 00 


Gregory, Union 

Hill City** 


20.00 
64.05 


Hudson 


15.50 
7.15 


Ipswich 


10.56 




14.20 




2.00 


J ■ 


16.63 


JLoomis . . T T„ • „ 


Newport, Shenandoah . . . . 


6 33 


Milbank 1st 


Tiinber Mountain, W. Va 


6.05 




28.00 




WESTERN N. C. CONFERENCE 

Albemarle 

Asheboro 

Ether 

Individual Gifts 




New Underwood, United 

Rapid City, 1st* 

Redfield 

Red Scaffold, Frazier Memorial 


31.59 

49.76 

11.92 

879 08 


TOT\L 






« A .IQO 07 


Sioux Falls, 1st* 

Spearfish 

'^''^«k;:::::::::::::::::::; 




TEXAS (White) 


.Vustin, University Com.** 

Booker, Immanuel, German 

Dallas, Central* 

FoUett, St. John's 

Fort Worth 


. $ 240.12 

7.00 

423.40 

15.00 

46.50 




Tabor, Bon Homme Memorial 

Valley Springs. Fed 

Vermillion, 1st* 


Viewfield 

Wakonda, 1st 


Houston, Pilgrim 


8.00 
25.00 


Watertown 1st* 


TOTAL 




Wessington Springs, Templeton 

Worthing 


. $ 765.02 


Yankton. 1st* 

Individual Gifts ". 


UTAH 








TOTAL ? 


2..3.52.15 


Ogden, 1 

" Union, (Japanese) 

Provo. Com 

Salt Lake City, Church of Christ 

■■ 1st 

" PhiUips 


. $ 7.50 
12.64 


SOUTHERN CONVENTION 




101.79 
15.00 

100.00 
22.83 


EASTERN N. C. CONFERENCE 


3.. 50 
24.37 
9.15 
10.00 
16.17 
1.50 
8.06 
2.50 
7.50 
16.30 

3.25 

22.00 

6.10 

8.50 

100.00 

32.20 

655.53 

10.80 

1,021.76 

50.00 

2.50 

19.25 

23.. 50 

82.00 

136.88 

31.40 

70.65 

66.22 

5.00 

30.00 

259.. 36 

4.10 

135.53 

41.90 

164.82 

78.15 

5.00 

2.00 


YoungsviUe, Beulah $ 

Henderson 

Hope Mills 


" Plymouth 

Sandy, 1st 

Vernal, Kingsbury 

Individual Uifto 


4.00 
34.75 


Morrisville 


42 . 66 


Mt. Auburn 

Mt. Carmel 


TOTAL 


. $ 351.17 


Oak Level, YoungsviUe 

Pope's Chapel, Franklinton 


VERMONT 


EASTERN VIRGINIA CONFERENCE 
Centerville 


Bakersfield, United 

Barnet 

Barre 

Barton** 

Bellows Falls, Fed.** 


. $ 5.46 
8.00 
13.50 




194.05 




305.25 


Holland 

Holy Neck, Holland 

Newport News, 1st** 


Belvidere Junction, United 

Bennington. 1st 

•■ 2nd** 

Bradford, 1st** 


3.67 
25.00 
459.44 
346.10 




10.00 




Brattleboro, Center 

Bridgewater 

Bridport 

Brookfield, 1st 


414.85 


" Old Zion .... 


44.00 




92.00 


Richmond, 1st 

Rosemont 

Suffolk, l.st 

'■ Oakland 

Waterly 

N. C. AND VA. CONFERENCE 

Apple's Chapel, N. C 

Asheville. N. C 

Berea, N. C 

Burlington, 1st, N. C* 

Concord, N. C 

Durham, Main St., N. C 

Elon College, N. C 

Greensboro, N. C, 1st 

Happy Home, Ruffin, N. C 

Haw River, N. C 

Lynchburg, Va., 1st 


7.00 
122.50 


" 1st* 

Calais, Woodbury Parish 

Cambridge, Com 


1,080.25 
31.00 
2. .50 
23.40 


Charlotte 

Chelsea, United 


97.31 
5.00 
36.16 


Colchester 1st United 


56.08 


Cornwall** 


150.99 


Coventry 

Craftsbury Common* 

Danby 

Dor.set 


11.45 
45.36 
132.73 
50.00 




12.00 


East Brookfield 


13.23 



1943] 



The Committee for War Victims and Services 



71 



Church 


Gift 


Church 


Gift 


Eden 


.. $ 15.00 
23 7.5 


Bellingham, 1st* 

Blaine 


.. $ 133.00 
62.89 
252 83 


Fair Haven, 1st* 


124.95 
24.08 
9 00 


Fairlee. Fed 


Cathlamet** 


42 30 




Cheney 

Colville 


26.50 
61 00 


Grafton, Fed. South 


5.00 
10.62 
55.37 
10.40 
4.15 
5.50 
15 00 


Greensboro, Church of Christ* 

Hardwick. Fed 


Dayton* 

Deer Park* 


66.40 
62 30 


Hyde Park, 2nd 


Dryden 


83 20 


Irasburg, Fed 

Jeffersonville, 2nd 


Elk ::;::;:::;::::::: 

Everett 

Ferndale 

Forks 

Kirkland* 


14.00 
19 . 23 
93.70 
25.00 
266.15 


Londonderry 

LoweU. United 


15.00 
3.50 
9.37 
3.75 
148.84 
11.00 
40.00 
241.35 


Lyndon, Fed 


Loon Lake 


10 30 


Lyndonville, 1st* 

Mclndoe Falls, 1st 

Manchester, 1st 


Lopez 

Lowell 

Maiden 

Monroe 

Newport, Hope 

Otis, Orchards 

Peshastin** 


10.00 
53.60 
17.00 


MontpeUer, Bethany 

Morrisville, 1st 

Newbury, 1st 


190.. 57 
27.21 
17.20 
30.53 

326.90 
10 00 


10.00 
24.00 
122.50 
141.83 


North Bennington, 1st 

North Pownal 


Ralston** 

Roy 

Seattle, Alki 


85.50 
5.00 
75.00 


Norwich 


119.69 
24 . 25 
17.00 
85.28 


Peru 


" Fairmount 


71 25 




" Fauntleroy 

" Keystone 


70.00 
15.00 


Proctor, Union 


213.70 
5.00 
5.00 


" Swedish 

Putney, Fed 


" Maple Hill 

" Pilgrim 


19.00 
90 00 




" Plymouth** 

" Prospect* 

" University** 

" West 


2,534.68 

258.25 

1,203.15 


Rutland 


345.65 
183.00 




15.40 
215.09 
32.00 
3.00 
17.50 
43.10 


" North* 


Spokane, Hillyard 


8.00 


" South 

" 3rd, East 

Salisbury* 


" Lincoln Heights 

" Westminster* 

Steilacoom 

Tacoma, 1st 

" Plymouth 

Toppenish 

Vancouver 

Veradale 

Walla Walla, 1st* 

Warden 

Yakima, 1st 

Individual Gifts 


37.41 
314.90 
22.73 


Sherburne Center 

Shoreham 


3.00 
14.00 
20.50 


20.00 
81.76 






33.20 

419.93 

41.10 


Strafford 

Thetford, 1st 


16.53 
22.27 
23 00 


Troy 


3.50 
278.36 

10.00 
442.62 

17.57 


297 05 


Vergennes 

Vershire 

Waterbury** 


TOTAL 




.. $ 8,632.55 


Waterville, Union 


WISCONSIN 




Wells River 


66.26 




West Brattleboro 


194 68 


Adams 

Antigo* 




Westfield 

West Glover, 1st** 

Westminster** 

W^st Newbury 


4.00 
163.40 
164.08 

5 00 


.. $ 14.00 
225.00 


Ashland 

Babcock 


17.30 






14.40 


Wilder, Fed 




Baraboo 

Beloit, 1st* 

" 2nd 

" . Gridley 


35.50 


WiUiamstown 


64 27 


404.22 


Williston, Fed 


15.00 
14. ,58 
116.78 
183.42 
114.82 


567.70 


Wilmington 

Windsor, 1st 

Woodstock, 1st* 

Individual Gifts 


28.02 


Big Spring 

Brodhead 


11.75 
95 g5 


Bruce 

Burlington 


24 . 00 


TOTAL 


. . $ 8.984.84 


18 67 


Cable 


6.00 






70.85 


WASHINGTON 


Columbus 

Dalton, 1st* 

Delavan , 


16.00 


NORTHERN IDAHO 


. . $ 37.45 
19.05 
110 23 


130.15 
211.45 


Plummer 

Priest River** 


Durand 

Earl 


6.58 
15 25 


Wallace 






Worley 

WASHINGTON 

Aberdeen, 1st 


20.00 

45.81 

101.07 

5.00 


Eau Claire, 1st 

" 2nd 

Edgcrton 

Elkhorn, 1st 

Fort Atkinson 


429.26 
5.00 


Anacortes** 

Bellevue 


3.00 
59 . 00 



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[1943 



Church 


Gift 


Church 


Gift 


Friendship 

Fulton 

Gays Mills 


.....$ 1.00 

20.73 

10.00 


Rio 

Ripon, l.«t** 

River Falls 

Roberts 

Seymour 

Sheboygan, 1st 

" German 

Shiocton 

Shopiere 


.. $ 45.20 
705.47 
136 64 




10.00 






20.00 




Hammond** 

Hartland 

Hillsboro 


02.96 

7.00 

25.00 


279.41 
30.35 




5.80 


7 50 


Janesinlle 

Kaukauna 


.500.77 
13.10 
8.36 

940.04 

30.00 
6.35 


Somers 

Sparta 


158.00 
22.00 
15.25 


La Crosse, 1st** 

Ladysmith 


Springbrook 

Spring Green 


15.25 
17 42 


Lone Rock . 


Spring Valley 

Trego 

Union Grove 


44 81 


Lynxville 

Madison, 1st* 


17.00 
801.22 
42.32 
21.09 


15.25 
50 50 


" Pilgrim* 


Vesper 


9.87 
5.00 


Medford 

MeUen 

Menasha 


4.00 
5.44 
23.26 
56.76 
233.45 
56.00 
.545.00 


Watertown 

Waukesha 

Waupin 


102.92 
105.00 
97.40 


Milton** 


West DePere 


12 50 


Milwaukee, German 


Whitewater** 


516.00 
10.00 


" Plymouth* 


953.75 

107.45 

85.00 


Windsor 


51.58 
73.10 






725 . 26 


Navarino, Union of Maine 

Neillsville 


1.00 

10.00 

40.00 

68.96 


TOTAL 




. . .?n.9Sl.fi7 


Nekoosa 




WYOMING 




Oshkosh, 1st 

" Plymouth 

Osseo 

Park Falls 


15.00 
.33.14 
33.00 
36.00 




Cheyenne, 1st 

Dayton 

Douglas 

Green River. Union 

Lusk 

Pinedale 


... $ 154.03 
35.00 
40.00 


Phelps 

" Twin Lakes . ... 


33.00 
11.00 


24.75 
57.25 


Pittsville, 1st** 

Platteville 

Plymouth 


201.32 

11.83 

106.93 

16.85 


10.00 
10.00 


Rock Springs, 1st 

Sheridan, 1st 

Van Tassell 


68.33 
35.00 


Prescott 

Racine, 1st 

" Plymouth 


13.80 
5.46 

177.60 

11.18 
224.55 


13.45 




98.43 


Individual Gifts 


41 13 


TOTAL 




Rhinelander, 1st* 


... S 587.37 



1943] Explanation of Schedules 73 

ANNUAL STATISTICS OF THE CHURCHES 

The statistics are collected by the Registrars of the conferences and compiled in the offices of the General 
Council. They are of date of January 1 , 1944, and cover the year 1943. Changes in pastorates are corrected as 
far as reported until copy is complete. Such revisions and author's corrections in statistics are not involved 
in the summaries. Correspondence should be addressed to the Registrars of the conferences. 

Persons noting errors are earnestly requested to report the same, especially when the mistakes involve 
benevolent contributions. Here it should be noted that money received in any national, district or state office 
to and including January 10, is credited to the preceding year unless otherwise requested. 

The schedules are arranged by conferences rather than by geographical state lines. 

The tables are not a postal guide. For addresses of ministers and clerks refer to alphabetical lists in the 
back of the book. Names of Sunday School superintendents, church treasurers, treasurers of benevolence and 
chairmen of boards of trustees, are on file in state offices, as are also certain other data. 

The first name in the list of churches is usually the name of the town or city in which the meeting house 
IS located. This is also the name of its post office unless followed by a name in heavy-faced type. If this 
postal word is an adjective it goes with the preceding name, e.g., Newton, West, signifying West Newton. 

Reference marks are used as follows : 

2/ Pastor serves more than one church. (See list of yoked churches in Conference Summary.) 

[ ] Around a pastor's name signify he is not in full standing as a Congregational or Christian minister, 
nor a denominational licentiate, nor an approved lay preacher. 

t" Pastor installed by Council. § For address see alphabetical list. 

r Pastor recognized by Council. — No answer can be given. 

m Approximate number of men. 

c Sunday School membership includes Cradle Roll. 

# Contribution amounts to less than 50 cents. 

* Value of church property includes parsonage. 

• Per Capita paid in full by church. 

II ^ When a church has made no report, items of membership in church, Sunday School and young 
peoples' organizations, also home expense and value of property, are inserted from the previous Year Book 
and marked || in the first column of the statistical report. This is done that these items may be included in the 
summaries and comparative tables, thus minimizing the danger of falsifying the comparisons. 

Under church "Members" the number "Absent" are included in the "Total." Amount of "Home 
Expenses" includes all salaries, together with missionary aid received, operating expenses and repairs for 
church, Sunday School, choir and parish. Cost of new buildings and improvements paid for during 1943 are 
not included, but churches which report this item are listed by church number at end of each conference 
schedule. 

''Budgeted Apportionment": gifts for regular work of the denomination. "Unbudgeted Apportion- 
ment": gifts for projects authorized by the national boards and the states, which are not included in their 
budgets (i.e. Christmas Fund for Ministerial Relief). "Other Gifts": contributions made for objects outside 
the regular work and for authorized appeals {i.e. scholarships, mission boxes, local welfare work. Red Cross). 
Contributions to the Committee for War Victims and Services are listed in "Other Gifts" column and a 
complete report by churches is given on pages 55-72. 

The Women's Sacrificial Gift is included in the apportionment columns of each state. The Unit Plan and 
Debt of Honor contributions are included under "Unbudgeteti Apportionment." The state record of these gifts 
appears on page 266. The totals, which are given in round numbers by the state in the schedule, may differ 
slightly from the totals reported by the boards which are in dollars and cents. 

A Summary of the German Conference appears on page 103. The churches constituting this Conference 
are recorded, together with their statistical data, in the various state conferences with which they hold 
fellowship. 

The Summaries give important data by conferences in Table I and national data by years in Table II. 
The less important items appear in the Supplemental Summary. Additional totals appear in footings of 
conference schedules. 



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William L. Cash '0,5-'36 
yHenry B. Banks '07-'41 
Thomas L. Routt '04-' 18 
William Hogan '41-'41 
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1 Alrine, King's Chapel 1873 

2 Anniston, 1st 1875 

3 Birmingham, 1st 1882 
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5 Marion, 1st 1870 

6 Montgomery, 1st 1872 

7 Sdma, Ist 1872 

8 Talladega, Ist 1868 


MISSISSIPPI 

9 Caledonia, Piney Grove 1832 

* 10 Meridian, 1st 1882 

11 Tougaloo, a 1871 

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[1943 



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7,000 
*14,000 
♦13,000 

.5,909,004 


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TEXAS 

• 133 El Paso, Pilgrim, Fed. 1908 

• 134 " Trinity, 5ponis/i 1924 

• 135 " Valley, Com. 1922 

Independent Mission Sch. (4): 
Gifts — church undesignated: 
Totals: 



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•4,000 
•4,000 
•6,500 

•13,000 

•42,500 
2,500 
15,000 

•30,000 
•2,500 
16,000 

•90,000 
•8,000 
2,000 

•14,.500 
•5,000 
2,300 
•4,000 

•19,000 
40,000 

100,000 

•34,000 
3,000 
35,000 

•25,000 
30,000 
•13,000 
•30,000 
•86,000 
27,500 
5,000 
•5,000 
•4,000 
•12,500 

•6,500 


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85 

440 

1,437 

1,241 

1,265 

7,763 

120 

935 

3,193 

1,260 

3,500 

6,325 

1,603 

517 

2,596 

190 
1,750 
2,682 
3,216 
19,125 

4,590 

543 

3,290 

4,640 
4,300 
1,561 
1.242 
3,470 
4,599 
142 

1,296 
2,088 


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yJ. Roland Palangio Lie., § '42 
William C. Woller •14-37 

Wilfrid H. Bunker '29- '42 
(Part time supply) 
John H. Eekhardt, § 'll-'42 
yEdward Hildebrand '22-'39 
William W. Shelby '42-'42 
Walter L. Spencer, r '2S-'40 
Edward F. Manthei •38-'38 
[Albert Lindvig, a] '34-'41 
y[Us\ie E. Gabel, h] § •30-'40 
^Archibald C. Best '01-'35 

Edwin Gutjahr '31-'41 
Selden C. Dickinson, Jr. Ml-MS 
A. Morris Lotte '41-43 
/ Ravmond A. Waser, r '33-'39 
1 MelvinC.Dorsett,Asso.'23 
Cari J. Maier, i '41-'43 
Paul Burkhardt '91- '16 
Willard M.Spence.r '36-'40 
Stephen Fooks '1.5-'38 
W. Cari Rarick '10-'43 
Charles W. Bridwell '97-'25 
Roy W. Thomas '12-'42 
Leon Moore '10-'27 
Frederick J. Clark •l4-'40 
William 0. Rogers '0O-'25 

Asa D. Thibodeau, § '04-'41 
yJ. Roland Palangio, Lie, § 
Ray S. Steakley, r '35-'39 
!/Frederick A. Champion, e, § '43 
Charles B. Bryant '17-'42 


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i, 3 Ault, 1st 

4 Berthoud, Salem, German 

5 Bethune, Hope, German 

• 6 Boulder, 1st 

• 7 Briggsdale 

8 Brighton, Zion, German 

9 Brush, Immanucl, German 
it 10 Buena Vista 

11 CoUbran 

• 12 Colorado Springs, 1st 
13 " 2nd 

• 14 Cope 

• 15 Craig 

• 16 Creede, Com. 

•*■ 17 Cripple Creek, Union 

18 Crook, 1st, German 
i 19 Denver, Berkeley 

20 " Boulevard 

21 " l3t Plymouth 

22 " 1st, German 

23 " Free Evang., German 
■* 24 " Grandview Union 

• 25 " Mather Memorial 

26 " Ohio Ave. 

27 " P.wplc's Tabernacle 

• 28 " Pilgrim 

• 29 " Seventh Ave. 
30 " Sixth Ave. 

• 31 " Washington Park 
32 Derby 

■* 33 Eastlake 
34 Eaton 

• 35 Englewood, Mayflower 

• 36 Fairview, Silt, d 
it 37 Flagler 



1943] 



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87 






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42.48,47,49,. 
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; 48 with Presh 
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NO. OF 
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SALARH 

$1,446) 
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91 



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[1943 






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I rt I to t^ Tf. CO I I 



tn C-J ^ ^ c 
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5C100«5ci?1000C^lcOOC005C 



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i^SJ 



ss^gj:; I 



CO (M lo =o h- lo o CO »n) »o o o - 



>-^'rt«C:C'10cDCCCO OQOOOTt»C^t^r^OOCO 
'COC-IOOCMCMCCO COOSCO'^eOCOCi-efCsi 






1 a 

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.s£f|S5l.||-s|, 

— "5 c:^&^ .QS[lJ ^Q-J.2 .^tuS..!-!'^ 



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^^ ^hW^^s^ 



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5 ^ III llllli 



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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Connecticut 



93 



qojnqo 



o ooogo 



dxa aniojj 



JsS: 



IS? 



loiooico-* o »ra o o 



»ra o o t^ JO c 



?g2 S 



^oo■* ooo-^OiOOi 



p3)93pnq 



■* O" — t 



OOOO'OtMOO UD OO^ 



o o oi^ »o ^ 



pjEog 
amojj 



>o i-iO t~o 



OOO — O'OO -^ OOO- 



pjBOg 
■ray 



OOOtOOC 



) O C<l O IM — ^ 



Bnoi'jBzraBSJO 
8_3ido3j 3nno^ 



500 00000*^50 lO oc 



l^OOO CO O Ot 



jooqag qojnqo 



om-*oo— •■o I 



■?$ 2 SJ 



MnBpna)JV 
a8BJ3Ay 



I g I I ISS? 1° 15^ 



5 I 






SON— — ooooc 



^ _-,„oo<: 



• OOO'-'O 



O COOiOiOiMiO --OOC 



MOO^COt^ OOO — -<-*oo o t^oo 



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:^« 3 










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iote«e 



te (0 <s <0 f* t« t* t^ h-t^t* 



94 



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[1943 



if?J8fl0JJ 
qDJiiqo 



J -dxg amofi 



J oo oo I 

SBSSS ' 



III 



|SSS2g||| 



55? = §; 



Ot^t^OJ 00050' 



psjoapnq 



.^000»0000^0"OOOOt^t^»o:Dt 



> o o o «-i -r >n -^ 






pjwg 
atno^ 






,ot-ooo2.o»;-H 



pjBog 
•my 



1 O M — 



-osoooc 






8aoi^EZinE3JO 
8,9[doaj auno^ 



!Oor-o-*>0O'rao'so>f3ooc 



|3g§2S:SS 



I o I »« -^ 'O o eo o 



> c-1 cci - I 02 o cc r^ c-j t^ CO i: 



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5! I 



IOM50X20 



aontspna^qy 

88Bi9AV 



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l^li; 1 IS IS l?i ISS 138 IS g|E2|IS5|g 



I OCO ooc 



5 0COC-IIMO — ^COO- 



l^MOO-^OC 



i^-a>oinoa>c 



«-HOO(MOO -rJ«W3tr3^ 



W3tr3-^iOOS«00>G 



)0^»o05'MoO'*OeOOOOrot*t^c^co-^5D;^c 






■o<t~ — t~o- 






S2? 



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5S 5SI22SSS^S 



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?Gcoocct~-'-ciGCCir 



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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Connecticut 



95 



aniBA 



•dxg aniog 



ssssgg? 



5 O — CC' O CC O --^ ' 



;— CCOOOOOO-MI^OO^CC 



li 
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pa}33pnq 
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pjBog 
aniog 



pjBog 
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)-*C<l to 



';3S°§S? 



i^ o ex: TO o c 



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'OOOI^OO ooc 



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88BJ3AV 



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siiir|:f.-2.>|ii|-| g|l:s"iiiiiiiiiiiiimi^ f'TST 



II 



96 



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[1943 



qsjnqo 



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OOOU500 O-^O-O" O 0-*i. 



ooo o I ooc 

ooo o ooc 



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pa^DSpnq 



i^ -* «n t~ o c 



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omoo tooo o>i 



paBog 
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O O -J5 t^ O 05 



snonBziuB3JO 



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50>0005 



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':5gS' 



aSBjaAV 



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I-HO-^OOCOIO oc 






O O O C-1 C<l 05 "* 0-* 



-OOCC oc 



-oto oc 



■ •*«--■ t^o 



ot^»oo5'^-* c^io ^cot^^Hor 



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>-><0 OS 






) as t^ CO cVos CO o o c 

<COCO»OCOCO— 'COCOC 



^oc<5— ' o 



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JOO»0t^J2^'5"*»C»f5OC: e^sCS O C 



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llii!||iiilJil 1^1 ii 







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gillie |« -lll^^'^lll illlil ^1- "-« mill 

o* o *-• «*J e^ ^ lA te r^ GO en o •— <M e^ ^ irt to r- oo o» o •— ^ im m ^r to t© r- oo a» o ^" c*j rt v 

w) S <c CD <& to to to to to to r^ r* r« i>- r^ M> r- t^ r* r- oo oo go oo oo oo oo qo oo oo a a a Ok a 

+ ^ + -K*^ -K -K**-K-K*-K*->t* ****** ** *** ****** 



1943] 



Congregational-Christian Statistics — Connecticut 



97 



Xjjadojj 



•dxg araojj 



p3:t33pnq 



pjBog 
9mojj 



pjBog 
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>raOOO_OiO^ lOOO 0--00OOM0 ^ 

Qo |0 CO »o »o CO Qo (^TocT ocD io'o-<*rcoai"o ^ 



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2^S 



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^OOiOOiCti 



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COOOi O 



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>tK-*0 CO- 



< O GO »o t^ »-• o c 



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' O'J'CO — iOQ 



00 CO-^ 0»0 5D ' 






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98 



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[194J 



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5,000 
3,000 
5,000 
0,000 
2,000 
5,000 


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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Florida 



99 



1 

1 


qojnqo 
anpA 


♦23,000 
55,000 
•48,.500 
♦15,600 

5,000 
3,500 
♦67,000 
♦19,500 
♦20,000 
♦25,000 

•20,250 

18,000 

♦155,000 

♦228,400 


•15,000 
•10,800 
•15,000 
6,200 
♦12, .500 
♦20,000 
♦13,.50O 
•7,000 
♦125,000 

♦32,500 


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pajoSpnq 

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g,„^jgOOO^O^«0000 g 


°^2°S^2^§g°° = "'" 


°§5i 


-f op 


I 


pjEog 
aniOH 




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paBog 
•ray 


g5^SgS22^g'-;S-"';25g S 


°S^2gg2SS2°2°S=°?3g 


-Sl 


•jnoo 


•snoissip^ 9rao{j jo pjBog aqi 
q3nojq} paau^ng si ^lOy^ a^B^g 


snoiiEziuBajo 


= 22 i3 1°2 1?; 1 1 iSS 2 


1 l°g° 1 l°|^ 1 


s 


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looqog qojnqo 


2S!g28SgSg21 IS Ig S 


IS:2||§SS5^ !2 


s 


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100 



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[1943 



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•5,000 

5,000 

•100,000 

•4,500 

1,000 

1,200 

•3,000 

500 

4,000 

2,000 

1,000 

2,500 

•20,500 

700 

•15,000 

2,000 

800 

1,000 

600 

700 

2,000 

1,500 

•15,000 

8,400 


•dxg araoH 


^iiisigiiiiiigsSSiSggiS i | 


BW!D-i8q?0 


gJJ;^=><=OOOOO«lC»OMgOOOOOOOC0OI-; 


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S2S2SSg§SgS2S2g = -S::o22S-S 


pajogpnq 
-nil 


00-3.00000000 000^0000000000- ■ 


} 


pjBog 
araoH 


•c^22s^2;32:gg-'-g'-3°«3«'°2=«s°s 


pjBog 
•tnv 




•poo 


•ganIgSI^^J omojj JO pjcog aq} 


gnonv.zint;8JO 
8.3[doo<j 3uno^ 


2S 1 °2^s i ?£J 1 '^^°:2°?i°° 1 1 gg5°° 


lOoqDg qDjnqo 


^jrsgsssggs 1 §S=§5°==°2 1 ;ss°° 


eouBpuanv 

98BJ3AV 


ISSKSSg is 1 1 |SS§ IS IS |g IS S 


1 


H 


t-o — — ooo-.oc<5"2<^^c^^coooO(^q!00-i'w3 ^ 


►J 


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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Georgia (White) 



101 



s 




qojTiqO 


800 
1,000 
1,000 
♦8,500 
1,000 

2,250 
2,500 
♦3,500 
3,500 

60,000 
288,950 


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§iii§|§iii 11 


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1 

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pajaSpnq 


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pjBog 
araoH 


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pjBoa 
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•jnoQ 


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qSnojqi paDumiij 9i ijjOAi a^Bjg 


SnOUBZIUBSjQ 


^112 1 |°2°° 2 1 


[ooqag qojnqo 


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MQEpnanV 
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•126,600 
24,000 
•8,976 

1,000 
b 
•11,000 
•5,000 
•7,000 
30,000 

•3,500 
•33,000 
250,576 


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1 


X^jadojj 

qojnqo 

on,BA 


1,000 

4,500 

4,.500 

3,000 

•5,300 

2,000 

5,000 

•15,000 

6,000 

•1,200 

•8,000 

•4,800 

2,000 

•10,000 

•27,000 

•12.000 

•20,000 

•10,000 

•13,000 
300 
•140,000 
•76,000 
•9.000 
•150,000 
•600,000 
•27,000 
•89,000 

•37,000 

•54,000 

44,000 

•/98,500 

30,000 

•4,000 

800 

300 

•6,200 

•9,000 

•1,500 


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yEdward Paaluhi, r, § '37-'40 
yGeorge E. Akiu, Lie. '41 
yklhed Akiona, t '30-'37 
Henry Waiau, Lie. '38 

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yMoses Moku, i '22-'37 
T. Markham Talmage, t •l9-'36 
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Mauricio M. Valera, r '35-'37 
Abraham Poepoe, r '41-'40 
vJohn M. Kukahiko, » '27-'22 
j/Edward Kahale, i '22-'40 
j/Hcnry K. Poepoe, i '03-'01 
yEeniy K. Poepoe, r '03-'40 
Fung Tet Yin, r '23-'32 
Oscar E. Maurer, Aeting '06-'44 
Masayoshi Goto, i '38-'38 
Chiyokichi Furuta, t '25-'37 
[Vern E. Leahy, Lay.] '40 
Paul B. Waterhouse, i '12-'35 
Charles M. Kwock, i '37-'39 
Galen R. Weaver, i '23-'23 
Marion W. Mumma, r '04-'34 
Stephen G. Mark, i '23-26 
Theodore Chinen '37-'42 

yStephen L. Desha, r, § '36-'40 
yEdward Paaluhi, i '37-'32 
Daisy Kalaaupa, Lie. '29 
I/John M. Kukahiko, r, § '27-'36 


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3 " Filipino 

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5 " Christian 

6 Hakalua 1 

7 Halawa. 

8 Hana, Wananalua 1 

9 Hanalei, Waioli 

10 Hanapepe, Hawaiian 

11 " Christian 

12 Hauula-Kahuku 

13 Hawi, a 

14 Hilo, Haili 

15 " 1st, Foreign 

16 "6 

17 " Central Christian 

18 " Chinese 

19 " Filipino 

20 Honokaa, Union 

21 Honokohau, Halelana 

22 Honolulu, Kawaihao 

23 " Kaumakapili 

24 " Kalihi-Moanalua 

25 " \st, Chinese 

26 " Central Union 

27 " Nuuanu Cong. 

28 " Makiki Christian 

29 " Bishop Memorial 

30 " lUlihi Union 

31 " d 

32 " e 

33 " Filipino United 

34 Honolulu, Com. 

35 Honomu, Christian 

36 Hookena, Kaohe 

37 " Hauole-Kamanao 

38 Hoolehua 

39 HupIo 

40 Kaanapali 



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105 







3,000 

•18,000 

•15,000 

•2,000 

4,500 

2,000 

•5,000 

•2,500 

7,000 

•15,000 

•15,000 

600 

•4,600 

•1,700 

2,800 

•8,000 

•6,000 
•1,600 

1,000 
300 
•1.500 
•5,850 
•5,217 

5,000 
•6,150 

2,500 

•24.000 
•1.425 
•4,000 

4,000 

15,000 

♦15.000 

•22.000 

1.000 

1,000 

464 

2,000 

•9,000 
2,500 


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107 



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45,000 

♦26,500 
♦6,000 
♦7,500 
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♦6,000 
800 

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♦22,000 
♦8,000 

♦65,000 
♦4,500 
2,800 

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2,000 

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2,500 

4,500 

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•108,000 

65,000 

•20,000 

1,000 

•8,000 

•5.000 

•25,000 

•8,500 

•26,000 

3,600 

•6,500 

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770 

400 
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378 
615 
269 
515 
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465 
835 
598 
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336 
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vLester B. Howell. § '27 
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Walter Fasnaoht '20-'43 

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65 Harrisville. Union Gly 1865 
if 66 Haubstadt 

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i, 68 Huntington 1891 

69 " Majenica 1871 

70 Indianapolis. 1st 1857 

71 " Union 

72 Keystone, South Liberty 

* 73 KimmeU. Broadway 1858 

74 " Sparta 1878 

75 Kingman, Pleasant Grove 

* 76 Kirklin, C:hr. Chapel 1843 

77 " Sugar Creek 

78 Kitchell, Hanna's Creek 1831 

* 79 Kokomo, 1st 1860 
80 " Harrison St. 

11 " Darrough Chapel 1918 
<Z LaFountain, Salomonia 

* 83 Landess 

* 84 Lebanon 1895 

* 85 " Brown's Wonder 1863 
86 " Fairview 

* 87 " New Salem 
88 " Old Union 

* 89 " Pleasant View 1836 

* 90 " Scotland 1890 

* 91 Linden 

92 Linn Grove 

* 93 Lizton. Rainstown 1893 

* 94 Logansport. Blue Ball 1869 

* 95 " Shiloh 1856 
96 LosantviU". Antioch 1874 

* 97 " Mt. Zion 

* 98 Lynn. New Liberty 
99 Marion, b 

100 " Temple 1839 

101 Medora. Pleasant Ridge 1842 

102 MeUott 1872 
m " Union Chapel 

*I04 Merom 1858 

105 " Big Springs 

106 Michigan City. 1st 1835 
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yPaul p. Jackson, § '26-'41 

[Samuel J. Wallace, Meth.] '43 

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Maxwell L. Van Wagenen •28-'43 

Milton E. White •37-40 

R. Cary Hufstader '13-'40 

Frederick L. Hanscom '91-'40 

Clare E. Olney, Lie. '41 

Francis C. Snyder •24-'41 
L. Churchill Austin '43-'43 

j/Orland C. Huff •l8-'36 
John D. Warkentin •26-'43 
Claude C. Hobson '22-'41 
Lawrence E. Murphy •24-;43 

yVerne R. Willey '32-'42 
yVerne R. Willey •32-'42 
Stiles Lessly '33-'33 
L. Bryon Whipple, r '40-'43 
Edward A. Lang, § •04-'38 
yGeorge C. Wise, Lie. '42 
Edward W. Day '16-'43 

Byron B. Wright '30-'44 

Albert R. Rice '04-'35 

(Supply) 

James E. Ball '04-'42 

Walter C. Berggren '18-'23 

^[Ernest J. Starr, Meth.] § '40 

Marvin Williams '28-'42 

Harold C. Bradahaw •33-'41 
Alvin H. Boettcher '29-'40 

Ehner H. Johnson '09-'43 
Roy W. Held, Lie. '43 
yGeorge C. Wise, Lie., § '42 

Ruel W. Roberts '03-'42 


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1943] Congregational Christian Statistics — Kentucky (North) 



131 



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1.000 
1.000 
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2.000 

500 

500 

100 

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2,000 

2.000 

1,000 

500 

800 

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[1943 



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133 



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[1943 






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Congregational Christian Statistics — Maine 



135 



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136 



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[1943 





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X^jadojj 

qojnqo 

ani^A 


•10,000 

•10,000 

•1,800 

5,000 

•2,000 

•3,500 

•7,200 

•106,500 

•24,000 



•7,000 

•9,800 

1,500 

•35,000 



•75,000 

6,000 

500 

5.000 

3,000 

•23,500 

5.000 

•6.000 

•7.000 

3,000 

•8,300 

•14,000 

1,2.50 

•12,000 

2,000 

1,300 

5,700 

3,500 

•5.000 



6,000 

•30,000 



•10,000 

•25.000 

10,000 

•12,000 




•dxa amoH 


488 

485 
952 
750 
658 

1,595 

7,900 

2,218 
131 
742 

1,205 
402 

3,000 
250 

4.784 
75 
18 
512 
100 

1,667 

1,048 
780 

1,105 
284 

1,986 
340 

1,200 

1,330 

578 

604 

300 



2,827 

3.296 

1.480 

2,100 

1,040 

450 




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William A. Richmond '00-'42 
[Andrew Young, Bapt.] § '18-29 

[James Hawkins, Stud.] 

yGeorge H. Paul. § '42-'43 

Alexander D. Loudon, i '34-'34 

Thompson E. Ashby '12-' 17 

Thomas H. Campbell, Lie. '43 

(See No. 8) 

(Part time supply) 

yj. Albert Hammond, t '17-41 

yj. Albert Hammond, § '17-'41 

y[ Norman F. Brooks, Stud.] § '43 

L. Winfield Witham '^27-'29 

(Part time supply) 

yArthiir H. Sargent '10-'41 

yJohn H. Miller, Lie., § '43 

(Part time supply) 

Frank A. Pitman '41-42 

(Inactive) 

(Inactive) 

C. Robert Huntress '35-'37 

yCeorge H. Paul '42-'42 

Melvin S. Hutchins '06-'40 

(Part time supply) 

Curtis C. Busby, Lie. '42 

(Sec No. 109) 

yEdward L. Manning, Lie., § '42 

(Inactive) 

[Ethel L. Rand, Loy.] '43 

yEdward L. Manning, Lie. '42 

^[Chester R. Duncan, h] § '42 

(Part time supply) 

(Inactive) 

[Morley J. Durost, Bapt.] '22-'42 

Francis E. Ratzell '42-'42 

(Inactive) 

yHerbert L. Wass •25-'27 

Charles A. Watkins '21-'34 

[Francis R. Kelly, Stud.] '42 

yRobert H. Heigham. § '43-'43 




1 




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• 37 Bridgton. South 1829 

• 38 " North 1832 
39 Bristol 1796 

• 40 Brooks 1902 

• 41 BrooksviUe, West 1826 

• 42 Brownfield, a 1804 

• 43 Brownville, Com. 1819 

• 44 Brunswick 1717 

• 45 Bucksport 1803 
46 Buffalo, Portage 1930 

• 47 Burlington 1827 

• 48 Buxton, 1st, Bar Mills 1763 

• 49 * North, Gorham, R.D. 1763 

• 50 Calais 1825 
51 " Red Beach 1894 

• 52 Camden 1805 
53 Cape Elizabeth, Spurwink 1730 

• 54 Caratunk 1887 
55 Carmel 1943 

• 56 Carroll 1905 
57 Castine, Fed. 1820 

• 58 (^herryfield 1833 
59 Chesuncook 1923 

• 60 Corinna 1883 

• 61 Cornish, Fed. 1840 

• 62 Cranberry Isles 1899 

• 63 '• Islesford 1918 

• 64 Cumberland, Center 1793 

• 65 Dedham, Holden R.D. 2 1841 

• 66 Deer Isle, 1st 1773 
67 " 2nd, North 1858 

• 68 " Little 1895 

• 69 " Sunset 1912 

• 70 Denmark 1829 

• 71 Dennysville 1805 
72 Dexter 1834 

• 73 Dixfield 1912 

• 74 Dover-Foxcroft 1822 
75 Durham 1796 

-k 76 East Machias 1826 
77 East Millinocket 1909 

• 78 Eaatport, Central 1819 
-k 79 Edgecomb. North 1783 



1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Maine 



137 



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J 


iC?J3dojj 


♦21,000 

•36,700 

7,500 

1,500 

2,500 

•8,000 

♦40,000 

1,500 

2,000 

♦21,000 

•5,000 

2,000 

1,300 

•11,000 

3,000 

♦20,000 



♦10,000 

2,000 

♦30,000 

♦3,800 

•8,600 

•12,500 

•39,500 

•13,500 

10,000 

•7,000 

4,000 

3,000 

•8,000 

2,000 

•33,000 

2,000 

•9,000 

•7,000 

•8,000 

1,200 

•15,000 

•5,000 

•24,000 

♦39,000 

♦16,550 

♦7,500 




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138 



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[1943 






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139 



1 

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qojnqQ 


3,000 

2,500 

4,200 

•13,000 

•5,500 
2,500 

20,000 
7,000 
3,000 
2,500 
2,000 
2,300 
2,500 

•5,800 

•14,700 

4,000 

•4,000 
2,200 

•4,000 
1,000 




50,000 

•20.575 

•135,000 

•115,000 

•19,000 

•9,500 

•13,500 

•4,000 

•30,000 

•11,000 

3,500 

•6,000 

•26,500 



2,000 

•68,000 

3,000 

4,000 

•40.000 

2,000 


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1 
1 


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[1943 



1 

n 

1 




•13,500 

5,000 

•8,200 

5,000 

2,000 

7,000 

3,000 



•42,000 

•6,500 

•18,000 

•9,000 

•30,000 

•5,000 

•10,000 


!°.S 


2,000 

3,500 
3,000 
2,000 

•5,000 
1,000 

•4,000 

•2,000 
1,000 

2,500 
2,500 

•4,800 
1,500 

♦2,000 
2,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
2,000 
4,000 


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141 



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[1943 






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1 

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20,000 

•29,000 

10,000 

•136,000 


•14,900 
•14,.500 
•35,000 
•14,000 
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•125,000 

25,000 
•24,000 
•28,500 
•40,000 
13J,000 


90,000 
•30,000 
•93,000 
•31,000 
•20,000 

•3,700 

•7,000 
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16,120 

•40,000 

•100,000 

6,000 


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143 






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144 



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[1943 



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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Massachusetts 



145 



1 


qojnqo 


•20,500 
125,000 
•26,500 
112,875 

30,000 

8,000 

•36,000 

•414,000 

200,000 


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32,000 
•10,000 
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3,600 
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♦20,000 
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•50,000 
39,000 
•90,000 
2,500 
•10,000 
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•33,250 
•11,450 
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147 



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250,000 
500,000 


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123,500 
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200,000 

•128,000 

14,000 

•80,000 

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•19,000 

2,000 

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8,000 


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[1943 



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1943] Congregational Christian Statistics — Massachusetts 



149 



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150 



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[1943 



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1943] Congregational Christian Statistics — Massachusetts 



151 



1 




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15,500 
•143,000 
•25,000 
•16,000 
•128,600 
75,000 
20,000 
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90,000 
80,500 
10,000 
•16,000 
•16,000 
♦7,000 
•16,500 


•81,000 

3,000 

6,000 

•41,000 

36,000 

■ *22,000 

2,000 

45,000 

•42,000 

•40,000 


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152 



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[1943 



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1943] Congregational Christian Statistics — Massachusetts 



153 



i 


it^Jadojj 

qo-mqo 

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•9,000 

1,000 
•14,000 
•13,600 

•3,250 
•16,000 

40,000 

10,000 
•23,500 
•32,000 
•18,000 
•55,000 
•10,000 
•15,000 
•50,000 
3,100 
•24,000 

•1,500 
•210,000 

•11.500 
•55,000 
•12,500 
40,000 
•3,000 
5,500 

•9,000 
100,000 

•10,800 
•14,400 

•485,000 

30,000 
•40,000 


•dxg araoH 


2,127 

3,925 

111 

2,655 

1,236 
2,775 
5,005 
565 
1,225 
2,837 
2,585 
5,051 
1,711 
1,457 

1,740 
1,181 

20,129 
1,200 
1,740 
5,189 
2,550 

13,364 
1,182 
1,391 

2,315 

7,208 

1,458 
2,463 

17,503 

3,448 
2,528 


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1 


/Ernest H.Sahiin '43-'43 
\John G. Vance, p.em. '90 
j/Gordon S. Kenison '34-42 
j/Gordon S. Kenison '34-'42 
[Oscar W. Nelson, a] '25-'34 
Scott C. Siegle '19-43 
i/Clarence H. Perry '09 -'24 

Enoch Hughes '06-'43 
j/Horace V. Blackford, § '25-'42 
^Horace V. Blackford '25-'42 

Leslie H. Perdriau '09-'39 
Perry M. Blankenship, i '33-'41 
[R. P. Rice, Meth.] 
Harold B. White, § '21-'36 
J. Osborne Crowe '30-'43 
vSamuel R. Swift, § '09-'20 
James T. Carter '15-'35 
[Charley L. Peeples, e] '43-'42 
John Gratton, i '16-'28 
Ulrieh Gay, i '26-'18 
vE. Pomeroy Cutler, § '16-'30 
Walter B. Wiley '24-'39 
Harold L. Nevers '27-'39 
Floyd L. Roberts '26-'42 
George B. Hawkes '02-'36 
John Paul McGee, Lie, § '43 
(Inactive) 

Robert J. Hodgen '32-'43 
/CarIKnudsen,i,ff '25-'31 
\C. Donald Plomer, h •20-'42 
yKenneth B. Wyatt, Lie, § '43 
/Bruce Roberts, j '42-'42 
[[James H. Burns, k] h '37-'43 
(Part time supply) 
/George E. Gilchrist •27-'35 
\HughMacCallum,Asso. '17 
John H. Haverinen '33-'42 
/Harold W.Woodbury '41-'41 
([Nelson Elliott, 7iap<. Lie] .4ss( 




U 


s 

1 
e 


• 292 Oakham 1773 

•393 Orange, Central 1846 

394 " Orthodox 1843 

395 " Swedish 1889 
•396 Orleans, East, Fed. 1646 
•397 Otis 1779 
•398 Oxford 1721 
•399 Palmer, 2d 1847 
•430 " Thorndike 1730 
•401 " Three Rivers 1876 
•402 Paxton 1767 
•403 Peabody, 2d 1874 
•404 " South 1713 

405 " West 1883 

406 Pelham, Packardville, b 1936 
•407 Pepperell, Fed. & Com. 1918 
•408 Peru 1770 
•409 Petersham 1823 
•410 Phillipston 1785 
•411 Pittsfield, 1st 1764 
•412 " French 1903 
•413 " Immanuel 1913 

414 " Pilgrim, Memorial 1897 
•415 " 2d 1846 
•416 " South 1848 
•417 Plainfield 1786 

• 418 Plymouth, ChiltonviUe 1894 
419 " Italian, North 1914 

• 420 " Manomet 1738 
•421 " Pilgrimage 1801 

•422 Plympton 1698 
•423 Princeton 1764 

424 Provincetown 1714 
•425 Quincy, Bethany 1832 

•426 " Finnish 1S95 
•427 " Hough's Neck 1928 



154 



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[1943 



s 


qojnqo 


1 


*45,000 
*42,500 
*80,000 
•12,500 
♦15,000 


150,000 
♦30,000 
1,000 
♦19,800 
40,000 

♦12,000 

♦11,000 
♦6,000 

♦58,000 

♦55,000 
8,000 
3,000 

♦11,000 

7,000 

♦48,000 

♦73,000 

♦166,080 

2,500 

3,000 

10,000 

22,1.50 

68,000 

6,000 
♦40,520 


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155 



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•45,000 
•108,000 

•2,775 
•13,000 
100,000 
•80,000 

50,000 


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1 


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•21,000 
4,000 
•56,000 
•60,000 
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•55,500 
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•158,500 


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1 

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156 



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[1943 






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amojj 



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iracoinoo oooo 



II MSSS 2:s I |g5°f; 






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-ot^Tf-<ci0M>-'Ooi>j oo rtrt^cn oo 



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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Massachusetts 



157 






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pjBog 
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S-Si°S 


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2S 


s- 


503 
24 
253 
131 
1,416 


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51 


g=° 


540 
46 
384 
154 
1,471 


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134 
125 
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cag^OO 


o«2;oo 


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O^COMOO 


oor^co^^^^:: 


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7t'2 
62 
395 
1,034 
672 


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SI 


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158 



Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches 



[1943 



i^rs „«: 



s 

J 


tiojnqo 


165,000 
•62,200 
•36,550 
•17,500 
•18,920 
•17,600 
•68,000 


•13,500 

•9,000 

•45,000 

3,000 

•54,000 
450,000 
49,000 
•10,000 

10,850 
•125,000 

22,600 
•27,450 

45,000 
•186,000 


1 


•58,000 
21,000 
•41,000 

•232,128 
•544,800 
•4,000 
•295,000 
•35,000 
•38,000 
•31,000 
38,000 


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1 


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000 


1 

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1 
1 

5 


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o 


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s°i 


1 


pjnog 
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pSii°s 


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o 


Tfi ||-f S°i 


■OOCJS 


pjBog 
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g^ss^ssss s°s§°| 


o 


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«>coo»o-HOToooo ooo<o;i;og 




r- S3"g--"'s 


2°S 


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|gg?3S2! 1 


2°?5 1 ISS 1 1 ISSS Ii§ 


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coc.co ..co„ ^2Sg-S 


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s 

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g^gss^l 


g^ggs^l^:;; ||S2S§ 


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g 

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— 1 COCOCO -* CO T)< CO CO CO C<l ■* 

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1 
g 


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1943] 



Congregaiional-Christimi Statistics — Massaclv setts 



159 



1 


iCijadojj 

qomqo 

aniBA 


15,000 

*45,000 

*16,000 

3,000 

34,943,483 


•dx3 araoH 


2,885 

1,825 

659 

2802231 


SWOWHTO 


^ SI 


a 
1 

< 


Rox 


30 
516 
49 
13 
23,718 
325928 


pajaSpnq 

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1 


pjt!oa 

aniOH 


^ll 


pjBog 
•niv 




•poo 


!-| 


BnOI^BZlUESjQ 

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[ooqog qojnqa 


"i-- 


BouBpuaj^Y 

8SBJ3AV 


g 1 S5'^ 2 


1 


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„o«o g 


J 




O 


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1 


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1 


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1 


1 
1 


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m 

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i 

§ 

1 

s 


•604 Worthington 1771 
•605 Wrentham 1692 
•606 Yarmouth, Port 1639 
•607 " West 1840 

Gifts — church undesignated: 

Totals: 






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160 



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[1943 



1 

s 
J 


q3jnqo 


2,500 

6,000 

2,500 

•26,000 

1,'?00 

•42,000 

•40,000 

9,000 

150,000 

•12,500 

•8,500 

•3,800 

•5,000 

•9,500 

•10,000 

•7,100 

•13,000 

•148,000 

•44,000 

•8,000 

•12,500 

•265,000 

•31,500 

500 

1,250 

•20,000 

2,500 

•5,800 

4,000 

•27,500 

•9,000 

•9,000 

•6,000 

•15,000 

14,000 

•5,250 

•5,700 

•78,000 

•20,000 

1,800 




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161 





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♦10,000 
•20,000 
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•4,500 
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♦8,500 
♦2,500 
•21,750 
2,500 
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♦8,000 
♦4,300 
♦2,400 
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105.000 
270,000 
115,000 


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60,000 

105,000 

250,000 

25,000 

18,000 

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•26,000 

1,000 

•19,000 

•30,000 

4,000 


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163 






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JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO oooooo I oc 

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126 
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165 






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167 



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♦9,000 

125,000 

•25,000 

84,000 

1,600 

25,000 

•33,000 

•30,000 

9,000 

♦156,000 

94,000 

♦25,000 

23,500 

35,000 

13,000 

♦291,400 


•55.000 
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15,000 
3,000 
♦75,000 
•38,000 
•208,000 
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11,500 
♦32,500 
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•8,200 
•10,500 
•40,000 
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•40,000 


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169 



J 

-3 
J 


qojnqo 
8n(BA 


•11,500 

•12,500 

2,500 

♦60,404 

•20,000 

•8,000 

•57,000 

5,000 

•3.250 

•12.000 

2.500 

•12.000 

20,000 

1,500 

1,000 

•42.500 

•12.000 

•6.000 

•20.000 



•40.000 

5.000 

3,000 

2,400 

•15.000 

•5.000 

•12,500 



3,000 

20,000 

•6,600 

•5,000 

*tj,000 

•24,000 

5,000 

•231,275 

•25,000 

•10,000 

1,S00 

•25,000 

•75,000 


dxg Graoij 


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S"" ^gsii-^^^l 


1 
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1 
c. 

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a 


It!)OX 


S§£JgS^|§Sg°§2°g8S°^^S§gi^J?5^5§ 


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pj)03pnq 


>gOOgull_-OOC^2O>0OOOOOM00OOOOOO00"5 


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1 

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pjBog 
gmoH 


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pjBog 
■my 


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looqog qojnqo 


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1 


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t= CO C-HM O — .O CO -O CO 


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1 

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1'.^ -°JS°5S |g2 




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1 


SSgS|:5S^^^='^S^?3§S3§^|S°=2SSgg 


_f|S^2SJ3|g§^^8g 


1 


1 

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1 If iiUSi "1 1Jilfl1il|l i 

IHliliisiJjIliiilllilJI 


5.5 5!S55S;5 ^?^ 

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1 


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IM C-> CO 1^ >0 O r~ CO 00 u^ lO W to >0 t^ to OS O <M ^ C^ lO -H <M U3 m <o t^ 

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170 



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[1943 






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S -dxg araojj 



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ii~-.r-oli^o^OTOol I 



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jocqooooo-f o 






OiOOOOOO-a<00000«C >0 OtO OOOOOt^O lO OOCNlt- oooooooooo 



30 OOC0CC'CC-!t<OO-»<rt02t^(M00O 



pjBog 
araojj 



OOOCO(MCOiOC 



)OiOC500CDCX)OC00000500COO 



piBog 
■ray 



o -^ o to OO -!»< . 



t-OC— <50t^-f0 00'-"-^'<*'iOiOO»OOS'-<-<J«000 



guoi?'BziuB3J0 



MS? I 



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»o »D ooo o 



I -TGOJOC^g^^f 



30<MO)— o \ mo-. 



looqog qojnqo 



<o I r- 



lf=Sg§ ISISS I I 



oco — — - 



J ^H o CO 00 »o »o r^ c 



oco CO— 1^ 



'O-HO-^OOC 



I rfC^ — O'iO' 



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O—iOt^cOOOCJOCOt^C 






)OOtOO-*-Ht~OCOO 



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•!)■ I — lOO I C-)0— ■o» I oo 



\^^^ I 



lOGOOCi^osior 



^■OOCOOu 



<COn<<M— i<M O-HC 



J o to o o in -!)> i 



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O-^t^iOCOOt^^tO^HOSI^OOeOCO 

tog co-^ — oi -H^coojcocq Tj- S(M 
:S= ^ g S S=g 



pc&£.- sl^SiJ III 



9s? S S E5 



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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Minnesota 



171 






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2222222^22 oooo o c o o o o^ csoo o o o oc 

OOiOOOOO^OO OCD'OO ^ o o oco o o OOtO lO »o o 00 c 



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•dxg araojj 



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'S "SoS 



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■OM<-*— '^TUSOC 



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pa^agpnq 



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sooooo o-i<c 



• oooooo>«>o 



010*0 TfOOOO QC^t-^' 



pjBOg 
amojj 



30-a<«3^-J. 



) t^ CO « t- 5C 



JOOCOCOOOOOOOO- 



pjBOg 
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■OCOOOOOOO. 



snouBziuBSJO 



■O ir^ "O O O O C 



JJ I O I 03>0 I OOOO I 



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0=0«0 OOO^L 



O O I op O >i 



1 ooo irc^ o 



§11^1^12 11 Sg IgK I ISg is 12 I I I I?: § = 






)0i0000>0— 1 COC 



500C-)00C 



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1 CC CO<M OCO »i 



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■ ooro o -jioc 



t-.oocoo-»<o OOCOO 



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lO— ilOOiOO OtMlO 

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172 



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[1943 



i 

1 


qajmjo 


•2,300 

•7,000 

1,500 

2,500 



•18,000 

29,000 

11,090 

23,760 

6,000 

7,000 

•14,000 

7,500 

•90,000 

•15,000 

•32,500 

•61,400 

14,000 

•55,000 

10,000 

10,000 

•8,000 

•24,500 

•7,300 

2,500 

3,000 

•5,500 

•13,000 

•18,000 

•4,450 

•22,000 

•12,500 

3,000 

5,000 

2,000 

•0,000 

•5,900 

2,500 

1,000 

•25,000 

•45,000 

•16,000 

•6,500 


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syrowqio 


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1 

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5 


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snoi}Ezim!8jo 


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looqog qojinjo 


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1943] 



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173 









8,500 
0,000 
8,000 
4,800 
0,400 
2,800 
3,447 
1,000 
0,000 
6,000 

1,.533 


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$19,724; No. 143, $100. 
EW BUILDING EXPE 
38,41,45.46.48,49,51 
91,92.93,94,95,96,97, 
134, 135, 137, 138. 140, 
172. 173. 176. 177. 


OKED CHURCHES: N 
18-20-65; 22-48-157; 23-1 
72-163; 80-103; 102-115 
Meth.; 50 with Presb.; 73 


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174 



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[1943 



1 


ijoant|,) 

8.11CA 


2,500 
67,000 
31,000 
11.500 
*4.000 
10,000 

1,000 
150 

8,000 

3,000 

13,500 

800 


700 

3,000 

46,700 

175,000 

55,000 

150,000 

29,500 

25,000 

1,000 

800 

15,000 

6,500 

1.800 

1,500 

10.000 

61.000 

*22,500 

50.000 

190.000 

41,000 

125,000 

36,649 

50,000 

7,500 


•dx3 araoji 


'sii ' 1° i^Si" ' 




syiQ jaqio 


'=S^°°°°°°^S°° 


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1 
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o^g.oooo.g^.oooo^.g^^^oooo..oo.ogj«.ggo 


p343apnq 


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°°§S;SS-°°°"'"°°°3° = S^SS'^° 


1 


pjBog 
araoH 


OgO.00000^0^^0 


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paBog 
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ogjocooooo^««*o 


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•jnoQ 


og22'="=°<='"S?5'"'= 


55^^|gS°'^°2^2==°g°^g:S|gS° 


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1 £5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ?5S 1 1 


1 1 gJ?gK 1 S^ 1 1 1 1 ° 1 SS 1 ?5^2ggSJS 


jooqog qojnqo 


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1 ^Ssi^^S^ 1 1 S°gSg 1 2ggR§8| 


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Congregational-Christian Statistics— Missouri 



175 









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[1943 






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177 



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[1943 



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3,000 

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•2,000 

•7,500 

•2,000 

•20,000 

•33,000 

•3,300 

•7,000 

•4,000 

•5,500 

•4,000 

•12,000 

•13,000 

•75,500 

•37,500 

1,200 

•17,000 

•3,000 

•29,500 

•9,000 

2,500 

•12,000 

•21,500 


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Congregational Christia7i Statistics — Nebraska 



179 



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[1943 



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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Nebraska 



181 



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qojnqo 
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•2,500 
5,500 

•5,068 
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•4,000 

•1,000 
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•5,000 

•11.250 

•32,000 

1,800 

2,758,555 




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1,265 
1,730 
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796 

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320 

2,308 

3,735 

6 

237,860 




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Clem H. Payne, Jr., Lie. '42 
Harry S. Scott '06-'42 
Walter C. Rundin '09-'26 
[Robert L. Ripley, Ind.] '43 
[Donald D. Hines. a] Sup. '43 
John C. Pryor '12-'43 
Howard Pyche, § •08-'41 

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• 124 Venango 1888 

• 125 Verdon 1868 

• 126 Wahoo 1871 

• 127 Wallace 1889 

• 128 Wayland, Gresham 1883 

• 129 Weeping Water 1860 

• 130 West Point 1878 

• 131 Wisner 1880 

• 132 York. Fed. 1872 

• 133 " German 1915 

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3,000 

•9,500 

•8,500 

•18,200 

•4,300 



5,000 

•12,000 

•8,000 

2,000 

2,000 

2,500 

•12,000 

•10,000 

•11,525 

•35,000 

•2,500 

•20,000 

3,000 

•15,000 

•10,500 

•7,500 

•12,000 

•3,500 

•6,900 

•14,200 

1,000 

•9,000 


•6,000 

800 

•50,000 

•18,000 

•101,000 


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2 Addor, Free Liberty 

3 " St. John 

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5 " Chr. Chapel 

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• 7 Arapahoe, Small's Chapel 

• 8 Asheboro, 1st 1896 

• 9 Beaufort, St. Stephens 1870 

10 Bennett, Glover's Cross Road 

11 Broadway 1940 

12 Burlington, Archer's Grove 

• 13 " Clinton Memorial 

14 " Ebenezer 1S90 

15 " Pattila 1916 

16 " Union Chapel 

17 " Union Ridge 

• 18 Bynum, Stroud's Grove 

19 Candor, Dry Creek 1881 

20 Carbonton, Haw Branch 1904 

21 Cary 

22 Charlotte, New Immanuel 1932 

• 23 Clayton, Mt. Vernon 1890 

• 24 " New Bethel, Wendell 1890 

• 25 " Red Hill 

• 26 Concord, Ist 1904 
27 Creedmore, Rock Spring 

• 28 Dover, Mt. Zion 

• 29 Dudley, 1st 1870 

• 30 Durham, Cedar Grove 1895 

• 31 " Mt. Calvary 1898 

32 " United 1930 

33 " Zion Temple 

34 Eagle Rock 

35 Elam, Elam Chapel 

• 36 Elizabethtown, o 



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Jiles B. Jones '17-'38 
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yA.J. Smith, § '16 
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yWilliam H. Jeffreys. § •l8-'36 

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yJames Hurley Hooker, § '28 
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• 37 Fnyetteville, New Bethel 1923 

38 Florence, Zion Hill 

39 Franklinton 1866 

40 " Kinch's Chapel 

41 " Pope's Chapel 

42 Garner, Rand St. 

43 Glen Raven 

• 44 GoMston, St. Luke 1922 

45 Graham, o 1894 

46 ■■ Parish Chapel 

47 Greensboro, Bishop Temple 

• 48 " 1st 1895 

49 " St. Stephen's 

50 Haw River, Green Level 

• 51 " Melville 1882 

• 52 " St. Andrew's Chapel 1913 
53 Havwood, Liberty Chapel 

• 54 Hemp, Bear Creek 1914 

• 55 " Collin's Chapel 1893 

56 Henderson, Ebenezer 

57 " Mt. Zion 

58 " St. Andrew's Chapel 

59 " Rowland Chapel 

60 High Point, Oak Grove 1927 

61 " Pilgrim 1895 

• 62 " Washington Ter. 1925 

63 Holly Springs 

64 Kenly, Rocky Branch 

• 65 King's Mountain, 1st 1895 

• 66 Kinston, Emmanuel Chapel 

• 67 Leland, Christian Hope 
68 Liberty, Beulah 

• 69 Louisburg. St. Delight 1874 

70 Manson, Antioch 

71 " Bethlehem, Keals, Va. 

72 " Burckett's Chapel 

• 73 Maribel, Antioch 

74 Maysville, Mt. Olive 

• 75 " Myrtle Grove 1880 

• 76 McCuUars, Pleasant Hill 

77 McLeansviUe, 1st 1883 

• 78 " Union Grove 

79 Mebane, Haw Field Chapel 

• 80 " Mary's Grove 1883 



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[1943 






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• 128 Troutman, Shinnsville 1900 
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• 132 Whitsett, Wadsworth 1870 
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135 Wise, Providence 

136 Youngsville, Corinth 

137 Zebulon, Beaver's Chapel 

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140 Palmer Springs, Jerusalem 
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(££0- CO- ■ - C - OOOWWK 



sSilijjJiiliEiilililfi 

, , e3a8c«a!a)-, ojD.-oag^, ^--rtrtojSs 



204 



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[1943 



1 


qoinqo 
8"1^A 


•3,500 
2,000 
5,000 
1,000 
•14,500 
•1,650 
2,000 
•5,500 
1,275 
1,000 
•7,700 
•7,500 
•5,000 
•27,500 
•7,000 
4,500 
500 
•4,500 
•6,500 
•3,000 
•14,000 
1,000 
•6,500 
4,500 
1.800 
•2,500 
1.800 
•3,300 
2,000 
4,800 
2,500 
•4,500 
•7,500 
•1,800 
3,000 
2,500 
3,000 
1,000 
•5,500 
2,500 
2,500 
1,000 
•2.500 


•dxa araoH 


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m^^mo 


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"a 
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5 


F^U 


^°g°S°§g2°|gSSS|°S|gSSS°°|°SK°§2S"'^|g°J^S2SS 


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1 


pjBog 
amoH 


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pjBog 




•jnoo 


•suoissijAj gmoH Jo pjiJog aqj 
qSnojq} paouuug si 3(jo^ aiB'tg 


suoiit!zinBajo 


^OOO^ logo IJOOOOJ^O l-^gjO^O 1 1 |0 |00000 |0|0«OJJOOOO 


lOoqDg nojnqo 


S3^S = Sl°g^^§°°Sgg^g?3g5S;2| 1 ISlgSg2°|°S§S2°§°SS 


aouBpua^V 


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1 


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1 


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toNO oot-| 1 oocq 1 >o roocoocoo cj to^c^coOMSSJSS'^^'""' 1 S 


H 


iSg^^SSS'^g^-^SS^IggSSSS^g^SSSg^SSSJSS^SSSS^^JSSg?? 


eg 


S^S<|5;^SSS^gS'"g|S5^S^^?S^2^£g5^gg-2^S^^;:§-2"'=°^SJ 


s 

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2 

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1 i|i 111 i i ill siiiii ill lit III3IIII 
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1 

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1 

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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — North Dakota 



205 



1 

E 

1^ 


Avadnjj 
qojndo 


2,000 

1,200 

*5.000 

400 

*66,500 

3,500 

*5,000 

*16,000 

*55,000 

3,000 

1,500 

*8,000 

3,000 

1,018,275 


•dxa araoH 


CO <>,-« ^- g 


B^J!0J3tH0 




g 

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5 


I^1"X 




pajdSpnq 


o,ooogoo>ot^oo«o 00| 


1 


araoH 


°°I^S°°iS^°§H si 


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•uiy 


oog-g°ojot^-ogo ^2 


•jnoQ 


•suoissii^ oraoH Jo pjBog aq; 
qSnoaq) poouBug si rsjjOAi 3»B?S 


snoiiBzinBajQ 


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looqog qajnqo 


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1 
1 


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206 



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[1943 



E 


iC:)j3(Iojj 
qojnqo 


•214,000 

•89,000 

10,000 

•18,500 

•18,500 

•13,000 

500 

3,000 

22,000 

•10,000 

•60,000 

•23,700 

•16,500 

1,500 

•20,000 

•40,000 

•13,500 

•20,000 

•10,000 

1,000 

•78,500 

25,000 

•41,500 

•12,000 

•18,500 

•3,000 

2,000 

2,000 

2,075 

•27,500 

2,000 

1,500 

4,000 

•9,000 


•(1X3 araoH 


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Bijio jaqto 


1 g5S??°°g°°gS2S?S||°°°g°2S|S gs?§° °^ 


I 
1 

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§ 

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I^?oX 


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p3)33pnq 


^ gooo.ooo«o-oo«ogoooogojooooo oooo oo 


1 


pjEog 
araoH 


§ Sg^S^S^^^^^gSS'^SSSS^^K^S^S^ """^^ ^^ 


pjBog 
•my 


1 isggg^s^^iis^^sf^sg^^s^jg^gs ^^§° ""g 


•jnoo 


g |;;^?5S°-°-S=S-25SS'°°5SK2§S -°S° -g 


BaOHEZIUBajQ 


^ §2S22° 1 1 1 ^SS 1 gSSgg 1 ggS53S° 1 S 1 1 M =S 


[ooqag qojnqo 


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8onBpa8:()V 

98BJ3AV 


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1 


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1943] 



Congregational Christian Statistics — Ohio 



207 



i 


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qomqo 

an|BA 


s|i| 


•12,000 

800 

•6,000 

134,000 

1,000 

•15,000 

1,700 

Al,200 

•12,500 

•57,000 

•32,000 

•7,500 

•3,800 

•159,000 

25,000 

3,000 

♦100,000 

1,750 
•21,500 
•8,000 
100,000 
•8,000 
75,000 
7,000 
69,000 
60,000 
30,000 
50,000 
5,000 
135,000 
•50,000 
52.000 
17,000 
90,000 
•28,000 


•dxg graog 


°i§l 


P||°|^°||||i||i| ' mi ' Silllllllill 


B?J!0 "110 


oo«g 


2°?32°feS°§°K§°£g = g ^fi§||SS^2gg^2§2S;S° 


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1 

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I^?oi 


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g°£S°|S°?2g2|°|§<»§S2§S|g|g^S|gg|§5gS§ 


pajaSpnq 


ooog 


CCOj;;-OOOOOgOOO«OOOOO^OgOj-gJO^^^«g-gOOO 


I 


pjBoa 

amoH 


o^oo 


-°OSOgOOjHCO^J;-0|^-^«CO^;*|0.«Cg^g|-t^SSS22S 


pjBog 


=s°s 


g°S:S°S«°g2;;g°|g-g'^*'°?:J^2gSSg|S2S2^gS2 


•jnoo 


°g-s 


?§°S?5=g-°?5gS5:°gS-5S""'S|°^£SS{:S^°°||g::S^ 


8aoijBziaB3jo 
6.o[dood anno;. 


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[ooqDg qojnqo 


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gS2S;3|5*ggg«5!|^2^ K^§|S§|^|§|§|§|§|| 


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g2|22gS^pSS2Sg=£«^gS|2S§2g^g^S|2g|,-^ 






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c3553c3dcSc3cS55SS5^ = = '- cecc= = = -- = = = = = = = 

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208 



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[1943 



anFA 



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"oo o lo irac^T-T^io o»ot 



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ooo — 



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ps^aapnq 

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o ooo- 



oooiraoooiM oor^o — or^ooocooc^coooou 



J C5 COCDGCCD • 



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<mtO(MU3- 



>or^o^^=ococot^oscoiooc 



pjBog 
•my 



50 OOOOOOOOQO 00-*!C-* — I^IMOOO 



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BUOI}t3Zm'B3jO 

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[ooqog qojnqo 






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^05;^ 



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l-HOO oc^ 



SS 



OiOCDOO -^14 



o»-<t^^H r^ 1-H t>. &c 1-1 T-ia> 



121 



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1943] 



Co7igregational Christian Statistics — Ohio 



209 



i 


qojnqo 


3,500 

800 

9,500 

•22,500 

•157,000 

13,000 


1 


•11,400 

1,000 

•24,500 

2,000 

5,000 

2,000 

1.000 

1,000 

1,000 



2,000 

2,000 

2,500 

•24,000 

•14,000 

•25,000 

•4,500 

•32,000 

•45.000 

500 

•48,000 

2,000 

6,000 



•40,000 

3,000 

•4.500 

2,500 

1.000 

3,000 

2.000 

2,000 

3,000 


•dxa araoH 


1 i||j 


3 


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1 

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pajsHpnq 


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1 


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pjBog 
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■jnoo 


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looqog qojnqo 


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210 



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i 

3 

J 


qojnqo 


_ 

5,000 

2,000 

1,500 

•105,000 


•4,000 

1,200 

1,200 

•28,500 

•6,500 

53,000 

5,000 

•5,100 

300 

5,000 

4,000 

•6,500 

•5,850 

1,000 

2,000 

52,000 

•12,800 

1,000 

5.400 

2,000 

•30,000 

4,000 

•140,000 

3.200 

•16,000 

3.250 

380 

1,000 

•30,000 

100,000 

•57,000 

•23,500 

•141,000 


•dig eraoH 


'§§^1 


^%,^%^ 1 |i| 1 p§| 1 °|pai|i|i|S J 1 iipi 


B?J!0«'HO 


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pjBog 
araoH 


S--2 


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pjBog 
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looqos qojnqo 


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Congregational Christian Statistics — Ohio 



211 



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212 



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[1943 






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213 






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William M. Oakes '16-'44 

C. A. Mertins 'll-'42 

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• 3 Chattanooga 1929 
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• 7 Goltry 1904 

• 8 Hillsdale 1895 

• 9 Hooker, German 190(i 

10 Jennings, Com. 1938 

11 Kingfisher, Alpha 1892 

• 12 " Altona 1895 

• 13 " Union Fed. 1889 

• 14 " Park 1893 



216 



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•7,000 

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1,300 

300 

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2,000 

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300 

•17,000 

500 

300 

500 

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8,500 

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• 34 Westerly, Broad St. 1842 

• 35 " Pawcatuck 1843 

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• 37 Woonsocket, Globe 1834 

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227 






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1,000 

7,500 

4,000 

2,100 

1.200 

•2,000 

•4,000 

•4,500 

•5,500 

5,000 

•18,000 

•3,700 

•1,450 

5,500 

•5.500 

•42.500 

•15.000 

♦5,000 

•6,000 

•4,000 

•9,000 



•900 

•3,500 

4,500 

•11,000 

4,000 

500 

8.000 

1.000 

•1.000 

•350 

•44.000 


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229 



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300 



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1,500 

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•101,000 

•4,000 

•11,000 

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4,000 



2,000 

•1,400 

1,200 

4,000 



2,500 

1,500 

2,750 

1,500 

1,250 

•2,000 

•3,000 

2,000 

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1,500 


2,000 
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i 

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3.000 
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2,000 
1,000 
4,000 
5,000 
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3,000 
5,000 
5,000 
3,000 
4,000 
3,000 
2,500 

16,000 
1,200 
2,000 
2,000 

12,000 
3,000 
5,000 
3,000 
3,000 
7,000 
3,000 
1,300 
2,000 
4,000 
3,000 
1,500 
5,000 
5,000 
3,000 


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1 
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185 
563 
430 
312 
4,825 
2,721 
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830 

260 

870 

1,727 

1,344 

1,530 

272 

516 

1,751 

513 

387 


397 

4,976 

8,340 

2,965 

1,082 

569 



125 

1,276 

1,117 

585 

740 

12,675 

11,454 

53,300 


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233 



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235 



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237 



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1 Chattanooga, 1st 1867 

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ALABAMA 

5 Athens, Trinity 1871 

ARKANSAS 

6 Little Rock, 1st 1881 

KENTUCKY 

7 Lexington, 6 1891 

8 Louisville, Plymouth 1877 
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[1943 





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25,000 

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241 



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247 



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8,000 
2,000 
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2,500 
1,200 
3,000 
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2,000 

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4,000 
5,000 
4,500 
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5,000 
150 
2,500 
3,000 
1,500 
3,000 
1,000 
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20,000 
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2,500 

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4,000 


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•9,500 

3,000 

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•10,000 

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2,500 

•25,000 

1,000 

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•6,800 

6,500 

•54,500 

•6,000 

•2,000 

10,000 

•2,500 

500 

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10,000 

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500 

•41,000 

3,750 

20,200 

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1,500 

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3,500 

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1943] 



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253 






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254 



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[1943 ; 



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255 






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256 



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s 


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•44,000 
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2,000 

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•13,000 
•9,500 
•3,825 
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•10,000 
•3,200 

5,000 
•26.500 
•13,000 

1.500 
•1,500 

1,500 

6,000 
•80,000 
•41,000 

1,200 

3,000 
•29,500 

5,000 
•43,000 
•77,500 
•35,000 
•74,500 
•32,500 

1,000 

•108,500 

•15,000 

•5,000 

•44,000 

2,500 




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1943] 



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257 



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♦38,000 
♦60,000 
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307,175 


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449 

905 
5,723 

266 
2,000 
2,701 

300 
1,581 
1,228 

180 

3,850 

3,534 

52 

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• 9 Pinedale 

• 10 Prairie Center, a 

• 11 Rock Springs, 1st 

• 12 Sheridan, 1st 

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14 Wheatland, Union 

Gifts — church undesignat 
Totals: 



258 



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123 



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259 



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61 

67 

85 

94 

105 

145 

155 

230 

301 

377 

461 

499 

593 

663 

742 

889 

1,108 

1,317 

1,437 

1,591 

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260 



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[1943 



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saqojnqo 081'9 









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Summary of Statistics 



261 



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SUPPLEMENTARY SUMMARY 

Weekday Church Schools: Number of churches reporting, 370. Leaders and members, 17,099. 

Vacation Church Schools: Number of churches reporting, 868. Leaders and members, 42,S4(i. 

Other Study Groups, Chibs, etc.: Number of churches reporting, 1,252. Leaders and members, 69,359. 

Educational Activities: Number of churches reporting, 3,628. Total number of persons enfraged in activities, 
517,983. (This includes leaders and members, and avoids dupHcation of educational groups where 
possible.) 

Families: Number, 594,976. Previous year, 582,548. 

Average Church Attendance: Number of churches reporting, 2,951. Total, 258,991, Average, 88. The report 
on "Average Attendance Principal Sunday Service" gives the record of such churches as report. In 
Summary I the average by conferences is shown and in the total the average for the country. In the 
state summaries will be found the number reporting in each state. 

Ministers in Full Standing: Pastors, 3,090 (installed, 341, recognized, 186). Pastors Emeritus, 142, De- 
nominational Officials, 104. Missionaries, College Pastors, etc., 107. Educators, 263. In Other Religious 
Work and Chaplains, 543. In Business and Professions, 416. Others, 1,242. Total, 5,908. 

Independent Mission Schools: Number, 17. Loss, 8. Membership, 786. Loss, 620. 

Salaries: Total, $6,775,785 (paid supplies, 279,276, Salary Units, 3,300), Average Salary, $1,969. The average 
salaries reported in Summary I are based on the annual rate actually received by each minister whether 
serving one or more churches and including missionary aid. These are not comparable with reports in 
previous Year Books which were based on salaries expected to be paid. 

Parsonages: Number, 3,377. 

Legacies: Number of churches reporting, 434; Total, $773,697. 

New Building expenses: Number of churches reporting, 2,023. Total, $3,104,884. 

Debts: Number of churches reporting, 1,081. Total, $6,202,205. 

U nbudgeted Apportionment Contributions: Total, $255,054. 

Other Gifts (Special Denominational and Undenominational): Total, $1,041,808. 

All Benevolences: Total, $2,914,311. Increase, $356,826. 

Size of Churches: 

Number of churches having a membership of 9 or less 212 

Number of churches having a membership of 10-49 1,327 

Number of churches having a membership of 50-99 1,380 

Number of churches having a membership of 100-249 1,757 

Number of churches having a membership of 2.50-499 732 

Number of churches having a membership of 500-999 342 

Number of churches having a membership of 1,000 or more 129 

5,891 
Admission to Membership on Confession of Faith: 

Number of churches which received 9 or fewer 1,974 

Number of churches which received 10-24 985 

Number of churches which received 25-49 334 

Number of churches which received 50-99 74 

Number of churches which received 100 or more 16 

Number of churches which received none 1,676 

Number of churches making no report 831 

5,891 

Foreign-speaking Churches: Armenian, 20; Assyrian, 1; Chinese, 6; Czechoslovak, 3; Dane-Norwegian, 3; 
FiUpino, 10; Finnish, 39; French, 3; German, 201; Hawaiian, 5; Indian, 31; Italian, 5; Japanese, 14; 
Mexican, 8; Scandinavian. 7; Slovak, 6; Spanish, 22; Swedish, 44; Welsh, 61. Total, 489. 

Foreign Missions (Supplementing data under Summary I): Places of Service, 2,655; Number of missionaries, 
357; Native force, 5,694; Total Christian Community, 233,030; Number of schools, 1,114; Native con- 
tributions, $619,787, of which $175,202 is for Christian work. 



CHRISTIAN SUMMARY 

COMPARATIVE TABLE BY YEARS 



Year 


Churches 
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1896 

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1920 

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1927 

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1930 

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1,489 
1,3.50 
1,316 
1.307 
1,350 
1,204 
1,052 
1,108 
1,157 
1,778 
1,151 
1,137 
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109,667 
101,597 
97,137 
101,468 
109,478 
105,310 
108,182 
105,849 
109,641 
105,684 
112,122 
108,188 
104,091 


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3,797 
3,396 
3,793 
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1,449 
1,.538 
1,175 
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1,418 
1,087 
1,050 
1,123 
1,177 
1,090 
1,113 
1,135 
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94,516 
92,606 
86,432 
85,617 
79,120 
75,431 


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316,280 
308,373 
351,613 
330,582 
350,215 

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1,003,389 
1,183,719 
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THE UNIT PLAN 

of 

The Annuity Fund for Congregational Ministers 

287 Fourth Avenue, New York 10, N. Y. 

Donald A. Adams 1 

_ . „ > Executive Officers 

Frank J. Scribner J 

William F. Frazier, Treasurer 

Contributions have been received at the office of the Unit Plan through January 10, 1944 as follows. 
Gifts listed on this page are also included in the "Unbudgeted Apportionment" column in the sta- 
tistical pages of the Year Book. 

With the Unit Plan gifts are included payments made upon outstanding Debt of Honor pledges. 

Annual Receipts Cumulative Tola 

Quota 194.3 1942-1943 

Alabama (W) $ 200 $ 5.00 $ 113.85 

(C) 100 10.00 10.00 

CaUfornia. North 3,000 7,102.89 9,067.26 

South 5,800 7,596.29 15,947.35 

Colorado 1,600 992.96 1,168.56 

Connecticut 15,300 12,865.37 26,557.73 

Evangehcal Protestant — 5 . 00 

Florida 1,100 1,448.20 2,410.54 

Georgia (W) 200 146.00 306.00 

Hawaii 900 — 1,000.00 

Idaho 200 149.00 234.00 

Illinois 14,300 18,682.01 30,485.32 

Indiana 2,000 657.50 1,564.50 

Iowa 4,600 5,007.85 10,093.64 

Kansas 1,600 2,305.99 4,236.39 

Kentucky & Tenn. (W) 300 — 45.25 

Louisiana (W) 100 149.00 149.00 

(C) 100 19.00 31.00 

Maine 4,200 4,193.92 8,876.62 

Massachusetts 27,500 27,860.25 55,515.21 

Michigan 9,200 5,362.21 8,491.45 

Middle Atlantic 4,000 9,368.70 14,367.70 

Minnesota 4,300 3,465.06 4,073.12 

Missouri 1,800 2,834.51 5,437.20 

Montana 800 832.53 1,613.80 

Nebraska 2,200 2,312.69 3,363.99 

New Hampshire 4,200 3,638.99 6,974.36 

New York 12,100 5,796.80 12,026.18 

North Carolina (C) 400 2.00 3.00 

North Dakota 900 946.51 1,434.06 

Ohio 8,100 8,896.76 16,715.94 

Oklahoma 300 184.12 492.12 

Oregon 1,100 1,195.59 1,757.59 

Pennsylvania 2,200 1,831.35 4,009.69 

Rhode Island 1,900 1,753.95 4,557.35 

South Dakota 1,500 2,793.75 5,226.08 

Southern Convention 25.00 35.00 

Southwest 400 361.00 979.00 

Tennessee (C) 100 — — 

Texas (W) ' 200 172.57 223.57 

Texas & Oklahoma (C) 200 2.00 4.00 

Utah 200 — — 

Vermont 3,300 2,564.15 5,201.55 

Washington 2,600 3,604.27 7,183.28 

Wisconsin 4,900 5,975.99 11,199.87 

Wyoming 300 150.00 150.00 

Canada & Foreign 107.43 182.75 

$1.'33,309.16 $283,519.87 



1943] Unit Plan Receipts 267 

INFORMATION FOR CHURCH TREASURERS 

These answers may help j'ou when someone aska, "How are benevolent contributions handled?" 

WHAT IS THE APPORTIONMENT? 

The monies contributed for the religious and educational work of the denomination, including the State 
Conference, American Board, Board of Home Missions, Annuity Fund and Council for Social Action. 

WHAT IS BUDGETED APPORTIONMENT? 

The several Congregational Societies make up their budgets for the year, anticipating estimated 
receipts from benevolences. Contributions received for the budgeted work are considered Budgeted 
Apportionment. 

WHAT IS UNBUDGETED APPORTIONMENT? 

Contributions designated for work or causes authorized by a Society or Conference but which are not 
included in the budgeted work. 

WHAT IS THE APPORTIONMENT FOR EACH CHURCH? 

The term applied to the total it seeks to obtain or which the Conference has requested it to raise. It is 
also the term for the amount reported in the Year Book as actually contributed. 

HOW IS THIS APPORTIONMENT OBTAINED? 

Through pledges. Through budgeting by the church. Through special contributions. 

WHAT DOES THE CHURCH TREASURER DO WITH THE APPORTIONMENT MONEY? 

Sends it to the State or District headquarters at regular intervals, not less than quarterly. 

WHY IS THE MONEY SENT TO THE CONFERENCE OFFICE RATHER THAN DIRECT TO 
THE SOCIETIES? 

Because the State offices keep the church-by-church records of apportionment giving and are responsible 

for the annual report for the Year Book. 

WHAT IS THE APPORTIONMENT YEAR? 

The calendar year with ten days grace allowed. All remittances should be in the State office by January 
10 th. 

WHEN FORWARDING MONEY TO THE CONFERENCE OFFICE IS IT NECESSARY TO DES- 
IGNATE PARTICULAR SOCIETIES? 

No, except in the case of designated gifts. The division is made by the Conference on the agreed per- 
centage. 

WHAT ARE DESIGNATED GIFTS? 

Gifts specified for a particular Society or purpose. The Conference office should be advnsed of the 
designation. Credit is given as Budgeted or Unbudgeted depending upon the classification. 

WHAT INFORMATION SHOULD BE GIVEN FOR DESIGNATED GIFTS? 
The amount. For what Society. For what purpose or object. 

WHAT ARE "OTHER GIFTS"? 

Contributions made for objects outside both the regular budgeted work and authorized appeals. 

WHERE ARE "OTHER GIFTS" TO BE SENT? 

Either to the State office or direct to the recipient, but preferably to the State office as credit will 
then be given in the Year Book under "Other Gifts." 

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN GIFTS ARE SENT DIRECTLY TO THE SOCIETIES? 

The Societies report these gifts to the State office and if the church has been mentioned, credit is given. 
■• If no church is named, credit is given to the Stale under "Gifts — ■ Church undesignated." 

WHAT BECOMES OF THE BENEVOLENCES SENT BY CHURCHES IN THE MISSIONARY 

CONFERENCES AND DISTRICTS? 

The State office makes remittances, usually monthly, sending 32% to Boston for the American Board 
and 68% to New York for the Board of Home Missions, Annuity Fund and Council for Social Action. 

WHAT BECOMES OF THE BENEVOLENCES SENT BY CHURCHES IN THE SELF-SUPPORT- 
ING STATES? 

The Superintendent or Treasurer makes monthly remittances to the Boston and New York head- 
quarters, based on the division determined by the Conference. 

WHAT ARE THE PERCENTAGES FOR THE BENEVOLENCES AS A WHOLE? 

While the percentages for State, Home and Foreign work differ in the several states, the goal sought is 
the following percentage division when total budgeted receipts are considered. These are the recom- 
mended percentages for 1944 — ■ 

States 32% 

American Board 32% 

Board of Home Missions ^^% 

Annuity Fund 7% 

Council for Social Action 4% 



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The Per Capita contribution requested of each church may be considered as a denominational member- 
ship fee for the church. The amount each church is asked to pay for the expenses of the denominational 
agencies (Association, Conference, and Council) is determined by the total membership of the church as 
reported in the Year Book, — so many cents per member per year. This figure is uniform per member for 
all the churches of each State or Association. 



State 



Conf. Assns. Sundry 



7«f 
3H 



2(a) 



California, North. 
Cahfornia, South. 

Colorado 

Connecticut 



General Council 



Current Mileage 



Internatl. 
Intdenom. 



Total 



133^ 



3 

6 

1^ 


2-6 
1-? 

y2 


14 
6 


2 

# 
1 

y2-6 


H-5 
5 


0-3 
2 


10 
3 
6 


2 
1-2 

2-4 


4 
5 
8 
4 


1 
l>^-5 

2-5 


6 
5 


z 



2H J^(f) 
7 — 

6 1-3 



10(g) 
2(g) 



Evangelical Protestant . 

Hawaii 

Intermountain District 

Idaho, Utah 

Wyoming 



Illinois. . 

Indiana . 

Iowa . . . 

2(b) Kansas. 



Louisiana, white . . 
Louisiana, colored. 

2(a) Maine 

Massachusetts. . . . 



Michigan (e) . . . 
Middle Atlantic . 

Minnesota 

Missouri 



Montana 

Nebraska 

2(a) New Hampshire . 
New York 



North Dakota . 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania . . 



Rhode Island 

So. Central (Okla., Texas) . 

Southern Convention 

South Dakota 



Southeast District 

Alabama 

Florida 

Georgia 

Ky., Tenn 



Kb) 



Southeast, colored 

Alabama 

Ga., N. & S. Car., Tenn 

Southwest (Ariz., N. Mex., W. Tex.) . 



Texas & Oklahoma, colored . 

Vermont 

Washington 

Wisconsin 



(d) 



13-17 
9 plus 
14 
11 

10 

25 
14J^-20 

13-16 
11 
15 



16}^-20 

16 

12-15 



13 

15 

16-18 



German Churches 

Colorado 

Kansas 

Okla., Texas 

South Dakota. . 



# No information available as to Conference and Associations share. 

(a) Board of Pastoral Supply (b) State Travel Fund for Delegates 

(c) Ohio Council of Churches (d) Not paid by some Associations 

(e) Payments to General Council vary from 6}^ to 8 cents, depending upon Association payment 

(f) Expense of State Conference for Association meetings 

(g) For parsonage for Superintendent 



1943] 



Council Meetings 



269 



MEETINGS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF 
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 



Year 


Place 


Moderator 


Preacher 


1865 


Boston, Mass. 


Hon. W. A. Buckingham 


Julian M. Sturtevant 


1871 


Oberlin, Ohio 


Rev. William T. Budington 


Leonard Bacon 


1874 


New Haven, Conn. 


Hon. L. S. Foster 


Richard S. Storrs 


1877 


Detroit, Mich 


Hon. William B. Washburn 


Zachary Eddy 


1880 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Rev. Henry M. Dexter 


Samuel E. Herrick 


1883 


Concord. N. H. 


Rev. Arthur Little 


Frederick A. Noble 


1886 


Chicago, 111. 


Hon. Lorrin A. Cooke 


Prof. George P. Fisher 


1889 


Worcester, Mass. 


Pres. Cyrus Northrop 


Israel E. Dwinell 


1892 


Minneapolis, Minn. 


Rev. A. H. Quint 


Charles M. Lamson 


1895 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


Hon. Nelson Dingley 


F. W. Gunsaulus 


1898 


Portland, Ore. 


Rev. Frederick A. Noble 


Albert J. Lyman 


1901 


Portland, Me. 


Rev. Amory H. Bradford 


William J. Tucker 


1904 


Des Moines, la. 


Rev. Washington Gladden 


Alexander McKenzie 


1907 


Cleveland, Ohio 


Hon. Thomas C. MacMillan 


George A. Gordon 


1910 


Boston, Mass. 


Rev. Nehemiah Boynton 


Pres. W. D. Mackenzie 


1913 


Kansas City, Mo. 


Rev. Charles R. Brown 


Cliarles E. JejTerson 


1915 


New Haven, Conn. 


Hon. Henry M. Beardsley 


Ozora S. Davis 


1917 


Columbus, Ohio 


Rev. WiUiam Horace Day 


Charles S. Mills 


1919 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 


Pres. Henry C. King 


Raymond Calkins 


1921 


Los Angeles, Cal. 


Rev. William E. Barton 


G. Glenn Atkins 


1923 


Springfield, Mass. 


Rev. Rockwell H. Potter 


S. Parkes Cadman 


1925 


Washington, D. C. 


Mr. Frank J. Harwood 
Rev. Dan F. Bradley 


Carl S. Patton 


1927 


Omaha, Neb. 


Rev. Ozora S. Davis 
Hon. William E. Sweet 


Albert W. Palmer 


1929 


Detroit, Mich. 


Dr. Fred B. Smith 
Mr. Franklin Warner 


Henry K. Booth 



Secretaries: Rev. Alonzo H. Quint, 1871-83; Rev. Henry A. Hazen, 1883-1900; Rev. Asher Anderson 
1900-13; Rev. Hubert C. Herring, 1913-20; Rev. Charles E. Burton, 1921-31. 

Treasurers: Charles G. Hammond, 1871-74; Charles Demond, 1874-78; Rev. Henry M Dexter 
1878-80; Rev. Levelette Perrin, 1880-89; Rev. Samuel B. Forbes, 1889-1907; Rev. Joel S. Ives, 1907-15- 
Rev. John J. Walker, 1915-19; Frank F. Moore, 1919-23; Franklin H. Warner, 1923-27; Dr. Edwin G' 
Warner, 1927-29; Wilham T. Boult, 1929-31. 



MEETINGS OF THE GENERAL COUNCIL 
OF CONGREGATIONAL AND CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 



Year 


Place 


Moderator 


Preacher 


1931 

1934 
J936 
1938 
1940 
1942 


Seattle, Wash. 

Oberlin, Ohio 
South Hadley, Mass. 
Beloit, Wis. 
Berkeley, Cal. 
Durham, N. H. 


Rev. Carl S. Patton 

Rev. Frank G. Coffin 

Rev. Jay T. Stocking 

Mr. Roger W. Babson 

Rev. Oscar E. Maurer 

Hon. WUliam E. Sweet 

Rev. Ferdinand Q. Blanchard 


Harry P. Dewey 

Ashley Day Leavitt 
Ferdinand Q. Blanchard 
Os-ar E. Maurer 
McElyar H. Lichliter 
Miles H. Krumbine 



Secretaries: Rev. Charles E. Burton, 1931-38; Rev. Douglas Horton, 1938-. 

Treasurers: William T. Boult, 1931-38; Arthur Y. Meeker, 1938-40; L. Nelson Nichols, 1940-. 



THE GENERAL CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN CHRISTIAN CHURCHES met in 1902 at 
Norfolk, Va., Rev. Oliver W. Powers, president: in 1906 at Huntington, Ind.; in 1910 at Troy, Ohio; in 
1914 at Springfield, Ohio, Rev. William D. Samuel, president: in 1919 at Conneaut, Ohio; in 1922 at Burling- 
ton, N. C; in 1926 at Urbana, 111.; in 1929 at Piqua, Ohio, Rev. Frank G. Coffin, president. 



270 



Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches 



CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN ORDINATIONS, 1943 



ANDES. MARK W., Bethel Church, 

Elkton, Va. 
AUSTIN, L. CHURCHILL, Newton, 

Iowa. 

BAKER, GORDON J., Colonial Church, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

BARBOUR, JOHN JAMES, Chester- 
field, Mass. 

BAWDEN, RAYMOND CHESTER, 
Claridon, Ohio. 

BEDIENT, MARLIN C, South Church, 
Hartford, Conn. 

BENGSTON, ERNEST L., JR., Center 
Church, Manchester, Conn. 

BERGSMAN, LEE D., Hooksett, N. H. 

BIDDLE, ROGER E., Southwick, Mass. 

BROADBENT, CHARLES D., South 
Coventry, Conn. 

CHAMBERLIN, ROBERT JOSEPH, 
Miner Church, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

CHILD, GRAHAM D., Second Church, 
Greenwich, Conn. 

COLE, JORDAN D., LeRaysville, Pa. 

COOK, JAMES E., Center Church, At- 
lanta, Ga 

CRIPPEN, G. WALDO, Community 
Church, Carbondale, Kan. 

CROOKER, CHARLES WESCOTT, 
Lyme, N. H. 

DALTON, GLEN D., Union Church, Up- 
per Montclair, N. J. 

DANBERG, NEIL BYRON, First 
Church, Moline, 111. 

DANIELSON, LAURENCE S., West- 
field Church, Danielson, Conn. 

DEINSTADT, LESLIE G., Hingham, 
Mass. 

DETWEILER, LEONARD A., First 
Church, Madison, Wis. 

DIEDE, RICHARD R., Pierce, Neb. 

DOREY, FRANK DAVID, Graham 
Taylor Hall, Chicago Theological Sem- 
inary, Chicago, 111. 

DUNLAP, HARRY PHILIP, Castile, 

N.Y. 

EDGE, WILLIAM F., New Preston, 
Conn. 

ELMEN, PAUL H., Lowell, Mass. 

ESHELMAN, BYRON ELIAS, Wilder- 
mere Beach Union Chapel, Milford, 
Conn. 



EUSTON, WALTER H. 
River, Conn. 



SR., Deep 



FISCUS, CARL FREDERICK, Union 
Road Community Church, Cheekto- 
waga, N. Y. 

FLEMING, WILLIAM FRANK, Het- 
tinger, N. D. 

FOCHT, ALFRED PAUL, Guerneville, 
Cal. 



Nov. 


26 


Oct. 


18 


Dec. 


12 


June 27 


June 


3 


May 23 


Dec. 


= 


May 14 | 


May 


26 


Nov. 


7 


June 


30 


June 


6 


Oct. 


22 


Dec. 


12 


Mar. 


28 


Sept. 


10 


June 27 


Sept. 


5 


Apr. 


2 


Mar. 


3 


Oct. 


17 


June 


4 


Nov. 


10 


June 27 


June 


6 


June 


6 


Sept 


12 


June 


20 


June 


6 


Dec. 


15 


July 29 



FORD, WILLIAM CHARLES, First 
Church, Williamsburg, Mass. 

FREEMAN, FORREST FRANK, First 
Church, Java Village, N. Y. 

FRITZMEIER, JOHN E., Northfield, 
Conn. 



SERAFIN, Rio 



GARCIA-GUEVARA, 
Abajo, Ceiba. P. R. 

GARDNER, C. ELLIOTT, Alden, Iowa. 

GASKELL, BENTON SEARLE, Cov- 
entry, Conn. 

GILL, CLAYTON H., Leyden Church, 
Brookline, Mass. 

GUPTILL, NATHANAEL M., Rowley, 
Mass. 

HAMM, DAVID L., Riverhead, N. Y. 

HARVEY, HENRY STIMSON, Broad- 
way Tabernacle, New York, N. Y. 

HAWTHORNE, KINGSLEY W., North 
Anson, Me. 

HEIGHAM, ROBERT H., First Church, 
Wiscasset, Me. 

HENLEY, NORMAN, North Troy, Vt. 

HIGBY, CLIFFORD STARR, Wheat- 
land, Wyo. 

HIGGINS, FORREST CLEVELAND, 
Goshen, Mass. 

HILDEBRANDT. LEONARD H., By- 
field Parish, South Byfield, Mass. 

HOERSCH, ALBERT, Hyannis, Neb. 

HOFFMAN, RALPH J., Armour, S. D. 

HORNBUCKLE, KENNETH G., Hyde 
Park Church, St. Louis, Mo. 

HOVLAND, CLARENCE WARREN, 
Chnton, Conn. 

JACKSON, WALTER NEALE, First 
Church, Ne%v Bedford, Mass. 

JONES, CHESTER EARL, Wrentham, 
Mass. 

JONES, JOHN PHILLIP. New Castle, 
Pa. 

KEAST, GEORGE STANLEY, Livonia, 

N.Y. 

KERR, MRS. IRIS, Union Church, East 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

LINDBLADE, ERIC NORMAN, Yar- 
mouth, Mass. 

LOOM IS, HORACE B.. Coloma, Mich. 

LUDWIGSON, JOSEPH R., Central 
Church, Newton, Mass. 

MACON, MRS. JULIA ANNA, Corning, 
N.Y. 

MADREN, WELDON THOMAS, Dan- 
ville, Va. 

MARTIN. CLYDE MacDONALD, Wil- 
mington, Mass. 

MATTERS, WILLIAM TELL, JR., 
First Church, Oberlin, Ohio 

MoEWEN, HOMEE CLYDE, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 



June 14 

Nov. 21 

June 2 

Mar. 14 
Dec. 27 

May 30 

Jan. 3 

Mar. 23 
Oct. 13 

May 16 

June 6 

Oct. 5 
Sept. 14 

June 2 

May 9 

May 14 
Sept. 20 
Oct. 12 

Nov. 2 

Apr. 8 

July 27 

Mar. 23 

Apr. 11 

Aug. 31 

Dec. 17 

Aug. 15 
Nov. 23 

Jan. 10 

Apr. 13 

Nov. 17 

May 25 

June 13 

Apr. 18 



1943] 



Congregational Christian Ordinations, 1943 



271 



McLAIN, BERNARD ARTHUR, Chil- 
tonville Church, Plymouth, Mass. 

MEANS, GLEN L., Texas City, 111. 

MELBERG, WILLIAM F., Boston, 

N. Y. 

MORAN, JOHN O., Kingston, Ontario, 
Canada. 

MORLAND, JOHN KENNETH, Plym- 
outh Church, New Haven, Conn. 

MORSE, BRADLEY T., Enfield, N. H. 

MUNRO, JOHN KER, Cairo, Ohio. 

ORTON, LAMBERT S., Danville, Iowa. 

OWEN, ROBERT RUSSELL, Spring 
Valley, Minn. 

PARKER, DAVID BRUCE, Luray, Va. 

PARKER, EVERETT C, Chicago, 111. 

PENDLETON, CHARLES LEE, First 
Church, Shelby, Mich. 

PETERSON, ADOLPH L., New Haven, 
Conn. 

PHILLIPPI, A. KARL, Northford, Conn. 

PILLSBURY, JOHN, Manchester, N. H. 

POPE, EDWARD VANSTONE, Avon, 
Conn. 

POPPE, HANS M., St. John's Church, 
Harrison, Ohio. 

POWELL, JAMES THURSTON, Fitz- 
william, N. H. 

PRATT, MELVYN EUGENE, JR., Oli- 
vet Church, Bridgeport, Conn. 

PRESNELL, LACY M., Pleasant Hill 
Church, near Liberty, N. C. 

PUFAHL, EDMOND, Galarza, E. R., 

Argentina, S. A. 
REEVES, GEORGE PAUL, Dwight 

Memorial Chapel, New Haven, Conn. 
REIFEL, LEONARD, Russell, Kan. 
RICE, W. ARTHUR, Highland Church, 

Roxbury, Mass. 
ROBINSON, HUGHES ALONZO, St. 

Luke Church, Goldston, N. C. 
ROBLES-RODRIQUEZ, GILBERTO, 

Quebrada Seca, Ceiba, P. R. 
RODRIGUES, CHARLES VALADAO, 

Providence, R. I. 
ROSE, JOHN D., First Church, Avon 

»Lake, Ohio. 
RO WE, LESLIE R., Feeding Hills, Mass. 
SAHLIN, ERNEST HILDING, Oak- 
ham, Mass. 
SANTIAGO, SANTIAGO-ALVARADO, 

United EvangeUcal Church, Ponce, 

P. R. 
SAVIDGE, ROBERT McCLOUGHAN, 

Centerbrook, Conn. 



June 11 
Aug. 19 

May 23 

Apr. 28 

May 16 
Feb. 7 
Sept. 30 
Dec. 12 

July 28 
Aug. 4 
Sept. 24 

Apr. 27 

May 5 
Dec. 5 
May 16 

Sept. 19 

June 20 

Sept. 26 

May 20 

Nov. 11 



Mar 


26 


Oct. 


19 


May 


11 


Apr. 


30 


Mar 


14 


July 


21 


Nov. 


7 


Mar 


9 


Oct. 


26 


Apr. 


5 



SCHAPER, RICHARD JOHN, Ward 
Hill Church, Haverhill, Mass. 

SCHISSLER, GEORGE, Loveland, Colo. 

SCHLUETER, ROLAND FRANKLIN, 
Hillyard Church, Spokane, Wash. 

SCHMITTLER, LAURENCE E., Texas 
City, lU. 

SCHNEIDER, FRED, Bayard, Neb. 

SCHWARZ, HOMER AUGUSTUS, 
Christian Union Church, West Groton, 
Mass. 

SHAW, EUNICE BACON, Otter Creek 
Me. 

SIUDY, GEORGE S., First Church, 
Terre Haute, Ind. 

SNAVELY, JERALD HOOD, United 
Church, Bridgeport, Conn. 

SNYDER, RICHARD L., Broadway 
Tabernacle, New York, N. Y. 

SNYDER, WALSTEIN W., Bethel 

Church, Elkton, Va. 
STAGEBERG, OLIVER VINCENT, 

Richmond Beach, Wash. 

STILL, EDWIN W., Elkhorn, Wis. 

STOEVE, OLAF, Lisle, 111. 

STOWE, DAVID, Berkeley, Cal. 

SUNDBERG, E. KERMIT, Norfield 
Church, Weston, Conn. 

THOMPSON, LOUIS S., Community 
Church, Pinehurst, Mass. 

TIBBETS, PERCY, Bazile Creek 

Church, Niobrara, Neb. 

TORRENCE, EDGAR CLIFTON, First 
Church, Washington, Conn. 

TURNER, DALE EMERSON, Lansing, 

Mich. 
TURRELL, STEPHEN WARD, First 

Church, New Lebanon, N. Y. 
VINING, LESTER R., Pilgrim Church, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 
VOELia:R, PAUL FREDERICK, South 

Church, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
WARD, DONALD C, Union Church, 

Groton, Mass. 
WELCH, MAXWELL M., Princeton, 

Me. 
WHITEHOUSE, NORMAN, Chicago, 

111. 
WILLIAMS, PALMER DAY, First 

Church, National City, Cal. 
WILLIS, JOHN RANDOLPH, Holyoke, 

Mass. 
WINCHELL, WALLACE, Milford, N. J. 
WIRT, SHERWOOD ELIOT, First 

Church, Collinsville, Conn. 
WRIGHT, C. FLOYD, Sawyer, Mich. 



May 29 
May 1 



Aug. 


19 


July 


11 


Aug. 


1 


Oct. 


17 


Apr. 


29 


July 


11 


May 16 


Nov. 


26 


May 


25 


June 


6 


Jan. 


25 


June 29 


May 


18 


Nov 


9 


May 


15 


May 


16 


Nov 


16 


June 


7 


Nov. 


3 


Feb. 


18 


June 


24 


Oct. 


21 


Nov 


28 


Dec. 


27 


Oct. 


31 


Oct. 


27 


Nov. 


1 


Sept. 


15 



272 



Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches 
CHAPLAINS 

IN ACTIVE SERVICE AS OF APRIL 15, 1944 



[1943 



ARMY 

Adams, Rowland C, Lisbon, N. H. 
Aki, George. Denson, Ark. 
Allan, James B., Green River, Wyo. 
Allenljy, Hubert A., Webster, Mass. 
Andersen, Ralph Miller, Drexel Hill, Pa. 
Appleton, Julius G., Lexington, Ky. 
Archer, Russell C, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Axton, John T., Washington, D. C. 

Bacheler, Theodore, South Hadley Falls, Ma 
Bagby, Charles Lee, Canton, III. 
Baldwin, Clarence W., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Barnhill, Fredrick A., Brea, Cal. 
Barrett, Q. K., South Dartmouth, Mass. 
Bartholomew, Lisle, Hardwick, Mass. 
Bartlett, Henry M., Stockbridge, Mass. 
Barwick, Arthur W., Springfield, Mo. 
Bauer, Thorpe, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Beardsley, Whitmore E., Westhampton, Ma 
Beasley, Louis J., Atlanta, Ga. 
Berger, William E., Manhattan, Kan. 
Bergman, Carl J., Berlin, N. H. 
Besselievre, William C, Pierre, S. D. 
Bevan, Vernon F., Shelburne Falls, Mass. 
Bicket, Willard A., Lovell Centre, Me. 
Billingsley, Richard, Middletown, N. Y. 
Bishop, James H., East Orange, N. J. 
Blakney, Raymond B., Williamstown, Mass 
Bliss, Daniel, Greenwich, Conn. 
Blough, Homer E., Rock Rapids, Iowa. 
Blundon, Leslie W., North Bennington, Vt. 
Bond, Claude, Nantucket, Mass. 
Bond, Lester E., Chula Vista, Cal. 
Bourne, Donald S., Battle Creek, Mich 
Bousman, Gary A., Crystal, Mich. 
Bowers, Thurman F., Greensboro, N. C. 
Braden, Wayne L., Lodi, Ohio. 
Bradford, Walter P., Brandon, Vt. 
Brown, Charles T., Monmouth, Me. 
Brown, James G., Lee, Mass. 
Brown, Marvin D., Garden City, Kan. 
Brownell, Donald R., Hartford, Conn. 
Buchanan, Albert B., Milroy, Pa. 
Buchin, Earle L., Cedar Grove, N. J. 
Burch, Loren W., New Haven, N. Y. 
Burns, Raymond C, Hudson, Ohio. 
Burr, Dudley H., Hartford, Conn. 
Butt, L. George, Orleans, Vt. 

Campbell, Harlin M., Everett, Mass. 
Carlsen, Emanuel, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Carlson, Walter M., Howells, N. Y. 
Carter, Edwin R., Westbrook, Me. 
Carter, Wade L., Weatherford, Okla. 
Cash, WilUam L., Jr., Birmingham, Ala. 
Chandler, Warren M., Newfane, Vt. 
Clarke, Robert H., Peoria, 111. 
Cleland, Gail, Alameda, Cal. 
Cleworth, Thomas S., Low Moor, Iowa. 
Cochrun, Edgar R., Westerville, Ohio. 
Colbourn, Arthur P., Dorset, Vt. 
Conlin, James W., Mecca, Ind. 
Cooper, Horace N., Denver, Colo. 
Cordill, Tunis S., Jr., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Cottle, Gardner D., Mattapoisett, Mass. 
Craig, Andrew K., Groveland, Mass. 
Craig, John G., Chicago, 111. 
Crockett, Barney C, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Crutchfield, Henry E., Windsor, Va. 
Cullens, Paul A., Newtown, Conn. 
Curry, Emerson L., Quebec, Canada. 

Daniel, John I., Orange, N. J. 
Davis, James M., New York, N. Y. 
Davis, Norman S., Beulah, N. D. 
DeKraker, Cecil H., Bottineau, N. D. 
Denlinger, Everett E., Berkshire, N. Y, 



Dennis, Orville, Mankato, Minn. 
Diede, Richard R., Pierce, Neb. 
Distant, Lewis E., Sherman Mills, Me. 
Dollar, Charlie C, Lanett, Ala. 
Douglas, John A., Cape Cod, Mass. 
Douglas, Richard G., Chicago, 111. 
Downey, William B., Berkshire, N. Y. 

Easton, Carlton, Quincy, Mass. 
Elliott, Homer H., Pomona, Cal. 
Elmen, Paul H., Billerica Centre, Mass. 
England, R. N., Hardin, Mont. 
Eutsler, Frederick B., Haworth, N. J. 
Eymann, Harold H., Boulder City, Nev. 

Fellows, Ward J., Lynnfield Center, Mass. 
Fisher, Charles, Austin, Tex. 
Fitzsimmons, John P., Belmont, Mass. 
Fleckles, Elliott V., Mt. Hermon, Mass. 
Fritzmeier, John E., Fall Creek, Wis. 
Frost, William M., Highland, Cal. 

Gaskill, John G., East Derry, N. H. 
Gooding, Ernest A., Bangor, Me. 
Goude, Stuart V., Vancouver, Wash. 
Gould, Everett W., Parkman, Ohio. 
Gould, Howard D., Colrain, Mass. 
Granger, Lawrence D., Toppenish, Wash. 
Grant, J. A. G., Memphis, Tenn. 
Graves, LawTence D., Livonia, N. Y. 
CJreen, Sigfrid E., Manchester, Conn. 
Gregory, W. Edgar, Elbowoods, N. D. 
Gudmundsson, Gudmund, Calipatria, Cal. 

HaberUn, Arthur G., Hanover, Conn. 
Hagen, Frederick W., New York, N. Y. 
Hamilton, WiUiam J., Jr., Avon, Conn. 
Hart, William C, Littleton, Mass. 
Harwood, Douglas, Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Haskin, Robert F., St. Paul, Minn. 
Hastie, Charles B., Sheboygan, Mich. 
Hawthorne, Kingsley W., North Anson, Me. 
Hazen, Clarence A., Swanton. Vt. 
Heacock, Roland T., Springfield, Mass. 
Henry, James S., Mt. Carmel, Pa. 
Henry, John T., Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Higuchi, Hiro, Waipahu, Oahu, T. H. 
Hochwald, Earle C, Conway, N. H. 
Hodges, Deane L., Westmoreland, N. H. 
Hodgkins, Laforest E., Fall River, Mass. 
Holnian, Glenn P., Neponset, Mass. 
Horn, Howard P., Millis, Mass. 
Hoyle, Wayne E., Mechanic Falls, Me. 
Hudson, James C, Chelsea, Mass. 
Hunt, Leland O., East Providence, R. I. 
Huston, John H., Springfield, Mass. 

Irons, Ronald S., St. Johnsbury Center, Vt. 

Jackson, Dwight O., Toulon, 111. 
Jenkins, Joseph H., Steger, 111. 
Jerge, Walter B., Somerville, Mass. 
Johnson, Harvey E., Montgomery, Ala. 
Johnson, Herman C, Andover, Mass. 
Johnson, Marcus W., Norfolk, Neb. 
Johnson, Sumner W., Terry ville, Conn. 
Jonas, Otto K. A., Sharon, Mass. 
Jones, Owen C, Scranton, Pa. 
Jorgensen, Delbert P., Comfrey, Minn. 

Keefe, John H., Moravna, N. Y. 

Kennan, Arthur W., North Rochester, Mass. 

Kerr, Owen W., East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Kettc)', Albert B., Irasburg, Vt. 

Kilde, Clarence ISI., MinneapoUs, Minn. 

Kimball, Ralph H., Franconia, N. H. 

King, Gordon L., Duxbury, Mass. 

King, Winston L., Lebanon, N. H. 

Kirschbaum, WiUiani G., Woonsocket, R. I. 



1943] 



Congregational Christian Chaplains 



273 



Kline, Alfred S.; Bolton, Conn. 
Kuhn, C. George, Sheboygan, Wis. 

Lancaster, James L., Colebrook, N. H. 
Landolt, Frank J., Arlington, Mass. 
Laws, Clifford W., Westfield, Vt. 
Laxamana, Fernando A., Chicago, 111. 
Leach, John D., Grand Junction, Colo. 
Leland, Harold G., Newburyport, Mass. 
Lesher, Everett B., Villa Park, 111. 
Lewis, B. A., Southampton, Mass. 
Lewis, Olin A., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lindsay, John P., Milton, Mass. 
Loehr, Franklin D., Naperville, 111. 
Loesch, Russell T., Andover, Mass. 
Loring, Herbert R., Norwich, Vt. 
Lounsbury, Walter B., Wells River, Vt. 

MacArthur, James R., Lakota, N. D. 
Mack, WilUam E., New Haven, Vt. 
Mann, Leland W., Grinnell, Iowa. 
Margeson, Guy L., Maiden, Mass. 
Maris, Marvin E., Williamstown, Mass. 
Marple, Stanley, Weymouth, Mass. 
Martin, Albert A., Middleton, Mass. 
Maurer, Paul H., Madison, Ind. 
Mayfield, Spurgeon, Athens, Ala. 
McAUster, Eugene B., MayviUe, N. D. 
McCance, Wilham H., Middlebury, Conn. 
McDaniel, Kenneth E., Tewksbury, Mass. 
McEldowney, Morris C, Melrose, Mass. 
Mclnnes, William G., Kennebunkport, Me. 
McKeith, Alfred B., Lake City, Minn. 
McKinley, George O. A., Sandwich, 111. 
Meckel, Silas A., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Merchant, Mylon D., Ludlow, Mass. 
Merrill, Jacob F. J., Elk River, Minn. 
Metzger, Roscoe F., Dover, Del. 
Milford, Homer C, Mondovi, Wis. 
Miller, Albert R. H., Manitou Springs, Colo. 
Miller, Gerald F., East Arhngton, Vt. 
Miller, Saul, Onawa, Iowa. 
Morrison, John A., Penacook, N. H. 
Morse, Bradley T., Enfield, N. H. 
Morton, Norris T., Providence, R. I. 
Murphy, Kenneth, Seymour, Ind. 
Myers, George R., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Newton, Joseph R., East Weymouth, Mass. 
Nicolas, William H., East Haven, Conn. 
Nylen, Edwin B., Hopkinton, Mass. 

Olds, Corwin H., Rockland, Me. 
Olsen, John H., Copenhagen, N. Y. 
Olson, Edwin A., Pinehurst, Mass. 
Olson, Lester E., Kingslej', Iowa. 
Owen, Elwyn, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Owen, John M., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Parker, Wilbur P., Wells, Me. 
Parks, Kenneth G., Pecatonica, 111. 
Pavy, Roy G., Westfield, Mass. 
Peacock, Alfred G., Rye, N. H. 
•Pearman, Earl O., Salisbury, Conn. 
Pendleton, Charles L., Shelby, Mich. 
Pennington, PhiUp W., Farragut, Iowa. 
Perkins, James H., Boston, Mass. 
Pietz, Emil T., Racine, Wis. 
Porter, Matthew B., Newport, R. I. 
Potter, Linwood C, Andover, Me. 
Powe, William P. D., Owen, Wis. 
Pratt, Melvyn E., Jr., Palo Alto, Cal. 
Purdue, Joseph O., Bath, Me. 

Rasetzki, Dietrich F., Chester, N. H. 
Reid, William R., Ithaca, N. Y. 
Renz, Ferdinand J., Boise, Ida. . 
Reynolds, Maurice W., Rowley, Mass. 
Rhine, Raymond O., Maiden, Mass. 
Rice, Vernon W., Sidney, Mont. 
Richards, Egbert W., Berlin, Conn. 
Richards, Waldo S., Geneseo, 111. 
Richards, William A., Lacon, 111. 
Richardson, Russell B., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Ringdahl, Paul G., Portland, Me. 
Roberts, Bruce, Princeton, Mass. 
Robie, Everett M., Newell, Iowa. 



Robinson, Hughes A., Raleigh, N. C. 
Rowlands, W. D., Manchester, N. H. 

Salmon, James D., Penngrove, Cal. 
Schott, Fred H., Toledo, Ohio. 
Segerstrom, David I., Ballard Vale, Mass. 
Senior, Robert C, Peacham, Vt. 
Shiery, Floyd W., Dallas, Tex. 
Shold, Carl H., Eaton, Ohio. 
Shuder, Harry A., Stanford University, Cal. 
Slater, William A., Poquonock, Conn. 
Solandt, Andrew W., Fort Fairfield, Me. 
Sorensen, Morten, South Portland, Me. 
Sowder, Charles S., Billings, Mont. 
Spurrier, William A., Amherst, Mass. 
Staffeld, John D., Lyndonville, Vt. 
Steininger, William R., Antioch, Cal. 
Stevens, Herbert A., Norridgewock, Me. 
Stipek, Charles W., Thomaston, Conn. 
Stowe, Clayton H., Alpena, Mich. 
Stowell, Allen R., Sabbona, lU. 
Swartz, Arthur G., San Antonio, Tex. 

Thompson, Gordon C, Greenfield, Mass. 
Turner, John A., Evarts, Ky. 

Upton, Lawrence M., Brainerd, Minn. 
Usher, William R., Adams, Mass. 

Van Kirk, Perry W., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Vernon, Samuel J., Alton, N. H. 

Walker, Charles C, Meridian, Miss. 
Walker, Paul R., Lowell, Mass. 
Walters, L. Verdette, Martinez, Cal. 
Washington, Arthur G., Lake Charles, La. 
Weed, Earl D., Berkeley, Cal. 
Weiss, George P., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
West, E. R., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Westphalen, Elmer C, Southboro, Mass. 
White, Louis E., Hood River, Ore. 
Wigfield, George D., Marysville, Ohio. 
Winn, Edgar H., Marseilles, 111. 
Wirt, Williston, Eugene, Ore. 
Witherspoon, Glenn J., McPherson, Kan. 
Worthley, Herbert M., South Berwick, Me. 
Wyman, Walter E., Brewer, Me. 

Yamada, Masao, Kauai, T. H. 
Yeagle, Lloyd R., Epping, N. H. 
Yinger, Paul W., Washington, D. C. 

NAVY 

Anthony, Edwin T., Bingham, Mass. 
Arendt, Eric H., Williams Bay, Wis. 
Ayers, Stephen, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. 

Bell, Edgar L., Chicago, lU. 

Bennett, Fred D., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Brown, Forrest R., South Braintree, Mass. 

Carter, James L., Ludlow, Mass. 
Catton, William R., St. Johns, Mich. 
Chamberlin, Roy B., Jr., Hanover, N. H. 
Chandler, Edgar H. S., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Coe, Robert Wood, Jr., Brookline, Mass. 
Cooke, Francis T., Bristol, Conn. 
Cooley, Charles R., Meriden, Conn. 
Crist, Bertrand R., Providence, R. I. 
Cummings, John, Marlboro, Mass. 

Danberg, Neil B., MoUne, 111. 
Davis, James E., Fort Pierre, S. D. 
Duplissey, Fred J., Shelburne Falls, Mass. 

Elder, W. W., Columbus, Ga. 

Fowler, Leonard W., Maynard, Mass. 
Frazee, John E., Ozone Park, N. Y. 

Gaskill, Benton Searle, South Coventry, Conn. 
Gilkey, James G., Jr., Springfield, Mass. 
Gilmore, Reuben E., New Bedford, Mass. 
Greenlaw, Earle D., South Egremont, Mass. 
Grissom, William A., Warrenton, N. C. 

Hamilton, Frank R., Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
Harpole, Ralph O., Pawtucket, R. I. 



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Haskina, Stuart C, Quincy, Mass. 
Herberts, Herbert L., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Hill, Lester A., South Solon, Ohio. 
Hovland, Clarence W., Chicago, 111. 
Howard, Edwin R., Chicago, 111. 
Hunter, James S., Stamford, Conn. 

Irwin, Allen L., Nanticoke, Pa. 

Keimel, Arthur, Bay Shore, N. Y. 
Keiser, Victor H., Plattsville, Wis. 
Kettelle, John D., Barrington, R. I. 
Knudsen, Carl, Plymouth, Mass. 

Lello, Jellison N., New Gloucester, Me. 
LeMay, Harold E., Ayer, Mass. 
Loungway, Ferdinand J., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Lusk, Alpheus M., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Manwell, Richard F., Belchertown, Mass. 
Martin, John A., West Boylston, Mass. 
McConnell, Russell H., Charlotte, Mich. 
Milne, George M., Andover, Conn. 
Moody, C. LeGrand, Woodmont, Conn. 
Morgan, Victor H., Rio Vista, Cal. 

Nauss, Earl F., Nashua, N. H. 
Nelson, Frederick N., Marion, Iowa. 
Nicholas, Wayne A., BriarcUff Manor, N. Y. 

Olander, Paul H. W., Palmer, Mass. 
Orr, Wilfred I.. Santa Barbara, Cal. 
Owen, George B., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Page, C. Earl, Pittsfield, 111. 
Palmer, Kenneth L., Leicester, Mass. 
Peterson, Adolph L., Lockridge, Iowa. 
Pillsbury, John, Manchester, N. H. 
Pritchett, Lester C, Montrose, Colo. 
Putnam, Raymond G., Bath, Me. 

Quillian, Joseph D., Jr., Winder, Ga. 

Rafos, Otto T., Somerville, Mass. 
Rasche, Robert, Northfield, Minn. 
Read, Alden A., Burbank, Cal. 
Reeves, Charles A., KaHspell, Mont. 
Reeves, George P., Roanoke, Va. 
Reighard, Edward, Berkeley, Cal. 
Robinson, Daniel S., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Rohrs, Henry J., Sunderland, Mass. 
Russ, Charles T., Norwich, Conn. 

Sargent, Stanley M., Rehoboth, Mass. 
Sharp, David A., Jr., Amherst, Mass. 
Smith, Herbert R., South Weymouth, Mass. 
Stark, Walter H., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Sterling, Donald M., Edgerton, Wis. 
SuUenberger, Carl L., West Lebanon, N. H. 

Thompson, Roy D., Concord, N. H. 
Turner, Eugene A., Jr., Alamo, Tex. 

Van Meter, Herbert E., San Diego, Cal. 

Walker, Raymond E., Auburn, Mass. 
Wallick, Charles C, Wethersfield, Conn. 
Wallin, Nathaniel C, San Diego, Cal. 
Westbrook, John H., Galesburg, 111. 
Wheeler, Wendell C, Northfield, Minn. 
Wiese, Oliver F. L., Glen Ellyn 111. 



The chaplains listed below are spon- 
sored by the Congregational Christian 
Committee. They are mainly from the fol- 
lowing smaller denominations: 

(a) Evangelical Mission Covenant 

(b) Christian and Missionary Alliance 

(c) Norwegian and Danish Evangelical Free Church 
Association 

(d) Friend's Church 

(e) Reformed 

(f) Methodist 

(g) Disciples of Christ 



Anderson, Carl E., Minneapolis, Minn, (a) 
Anderson, Elder C, Essex, Iowa, (a) 

Bengtson, Bethel Nels, Marquette, Kan. (a) 

Carlson, Harold A., Manchester, N. H. (a) 
Conley, William W., Spartansburg, Pa. (b) 

Franklin, Emanuel O., MinneapoUs, Minn, (a) 

Hayward, Harold D., Katskill Bay, N. Y. (e) 

Johnson, David H., Chicago, 111. (a) 
Johnson, Raymond A., Duluth, Minn, (a) 

Ivirk, Wilford P., Norfolk 8, Va. (b) 

Lewis, OUn A., Brooklyn, N. Y. (f) 

Mattson, Edwin I. M., Patterson, Cal. (a) 
McCue, Leslie L., Donaldson, Ind. (a) 
Molen, Clarence T., Berkeley, Cal. (a) 

Neiwirth, Milton J., Nutley, N. J. (b) 
Newman, Walter T., Waltham, Mass. (a) 
Nygren, Arvid E., Haxtum, Colo, (a) 
Nylund, Carl A., Des Moines, Iowa, (a) 

Olson, Arnold T., Staten Island 10, N. Y. (c) 

Olsson, Karl A., Chicago, 111. (a) 

Otteson, Gilbert W., Minneapolis, Minn, (a) 

Parker, Paul E., Marion, Ind. (d) 
Perkins, John I., Columbus, Ohio, (b) 
Peterson, Everett E., Plattsmouth, Neb. (a) 
Peterson, Robert B., Wausa, Neb. (a) 

Rusher, Orlow A., Deposit, N. Y. (b) 

Steese, Ralph W., Highland Park, Mich, (b) 
Strom, Kenneth R., Hilman, Cal. (a) 
Sturdy, Charles C, Lafayette, Ind. (a) 

Vandegrift, Gillette F. (b) 

Waggoner, Leonard C, Chandler, Ariz, (g) 
Webster, Harry W., Long Beach, Cal. (b) 
Witmer, Safara A., Fort Wayne, Ind. (b) 

NAVY 

Kent, Ernest D., Guilford College, N. C. (d) 



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Where the Post Office is that of the church of the same number in the schedule it is omitted. Street or 
R.D. are given when needed. Where the name of the clerk was not reported the number of the church is 
omitted. Mr. and Miss have been uniformly omitted. 

Lists of Sunday School Superintendents, Treasurers and Chairmen of Trustees are on file in the state 
offices. 



ALABAMA (White) 

H. T. East, R.D. 4. 

Mrs. Loris Tipton, R.D. 6. 

Mrs. Homer C. Johns. 

Mrs. Lula Trawick, 617 MoLendon Ave. 

M. R. Eubanks, 624 W. Watson St. 

F. V. Robertson. 

H. H. Sullivan, 2313 N. Sixth Ave. 

Mrs. Myrtle Byrd. 

John E. Bell. 

Mrs. Susie Moore. 

Mrs. Robert Gentry. 

Mrs. Bennett Teal, R.D. 3, Ariton. 

H. S. Bence. 

Hiram G. Duck. 

Ruth McDaniel, R.D. 1. 

J. M. Bean. 

Ethel Griggs. 

Dovie Mitchell. 

Talmage Ingram, Box 87, R.D. 2. 

Mrs. Ommie Morris, R.D. 4, West Point, Ga. 

Mrs. G. W. Green. 

Laura Bolton, R.D. 1. 

Charles T. Lunsford. 

Mrs. Grace Fleming. 

George T. Butler. 

Flora Pearl Hill. 

Glee Faris, R.D. 2. 

W. L. Rister. 

Mrs. Mark Wade, Star Route. 

Lorene Bice, R.D. 2. 

LaMerle Adams. 

Mrs. Mary Kent, 9 Barrow St. 

Mrs. Eva Mae Sides. 

Mrs. Bertie Ferguson, R.D. 1. 

G. M. McCormick, R.D. 
Mrs. H. V. Miller. 

C. A. MaCoy. 

C. C. Brannon. 

Mrs. N. W. Roberson, Ashland. 

Mrs. Ben Compton. 

Lei a Terry. 

Mrs. G. R. Watson, R.D. 1, Deatsville. 

J. B. Newsome, R.D. 1. 

Mrs. Mae Woodcock, 108 B Riverview Apts. 

Marvagene Gross. 

Mrs. Otis Gilbert, 409 Louina St. ' 

Mrs. E. L. Garden. 

W. J. Harry. 

Mrs. Sadie Edmondson. 

Howard Muldrew. 

Mrs. J. B. Swann. 

J. W. Halsey. 

Mrs. Allen Osborne. 

J. A. Kirby, R.D. 3. 

Nexie Styron. 

Mrs. Velma Moseley. 

Mrs. Lucy Ballard. 

Agnes Averyt. 

Mrs. Mamie Smith, R.D. 1. 

Mrs. Helen Clark. 

Mrs. Eddie Haynie. 

Mrs. Rascoe Maddox, P.O. Box 121. 

Mildred Madry. 

E. H. Morgan. 

Mrs. V. L. Carter. 

Dwight Hall. 

Mae Knight, R.D. 1. 

Mrs. Jack Miles, R.D. 1. 

lone Carpenter. 

Mrs. W. A. Martin. 



76. J. H. BarnhiU. 

77. Mrs. Beatrice Sims, R.D. 3. 

78. Mrs. W. F. Osburn. 

79. Mrs. Amy McCallum. 

80. Mrs. Minnie Harwell, R.D. 1. 

ALABAMA (Colored) 

1. F. D. Calhoun, R. 2, Box 88. 

2. Mrs. Minnie Morris, 1608 Cooper St. 

3. William J. Moore, 212 10th Court, N. 

4. E. B. Clarke, 611 N. Ninth St. 

5. Mrs. Amzi Childs, 644 Clav St. 

6. Mrs. G. J. Brogsdale, 518 Grove St. 

7. Mrs. V. A. Robertson, 1621 Broad St. 

8. Mrs. Bertha F. Coleman, 832 West Battle St. 

9. Burkley Flood, Star Route. 

10. S. M. Roberts, 2711 12th St. 

11. George Edgar Rice, Tougaloo College. 

CALIFORNIA (Northern) 

1. Frances T. Stevens. 

2. Mrs. M. J. Karl, 1523 Willow St. 

3. Phyllis Phelan, P.O. Box 1001. 

4. Mrs. Grace Alford. 

5. Mrs. George Irvine, 618 Seventh St. 

6. Mrs. Ina Russell, 156 Agard St. 

7. Bernice Bahrenburg, 324 W. I St. 

8. Martha Fong, 2234 Jefferson St., Zone 3. 

9. C. S. Hull, 2734 Forest Ave., Zone 5. 

10. Edith M. Ohing, 1543 Josephine St. 

11. A. Schwabenland, R. 10, Box 265, Fresno. 

12. Mrs. Dorothy Hayden. 

13. Mrs. Emily Duncan, R. 1, Box 202. 

14. Phebe M. Robinson. 

15. C. L. Sedgley. 

16. Mrs. Esther Hansen. 

17. Thomas H. Cotton, 326 Alexander Ave. 

18. J. J. Nickel, 424 Park Way. 

19. Jacob Wanner, R. 1, Box 1325. 

20. Mrs. Mary Parker. 

21. Mrs. O. W. Lord, 1312 H St. 

22. Mrs. Lottie Corwin, P.O. Box, Manor, Marin 

Co. 

24. Mrs. Joseph Shaw, 446 Eugene St. 

25. Edward Avakian, R. 1, Box 246. 

26. Mrs. Norman H. Jackson, 3511 Kerckhoff, 

Zone 2. 

27. C. P. Christian, Shaw Ave. 

29. H. Boghosian, 283 Ferger St. 

30. David Bitter, 305 D St., Zone 1. 

31. Mrs. Mav Bidwell, Eldredge. 

32. Ethel L. Sherwood, R. 1, Box 465. 

33. Mrs. Inza Lambert. 

34. Mrs. A. Layman. 

35. Amy Jensen, 1526 Jensen Rd. 

37. Mrs. Clara M. Richards. 

38. Mrs. Maude E. McGarva. 

39. Hugo Baumann, 201 Tokav St. 

40. Annie McKenzie, Box 42, R.D. 1. 

41. Mrs. Paul Lissner. 

42. Mrs. Ethel G. Law. 

43. Mrs. Josephine McTaggart, 336 Arreba St. 

44. Mrs. Milton Stephens. 

45. Mrs. George I. Emerson. 

46. Harrison Abrahamian, 3833 Wisconsin St. 

47. Prentiss T. Bee, 550 Haddon Rd., Zone 6. 

48. Mrs. Helen Mansfield, 3616 Laguna Ave. 

50. J. S. Sullivan, 7248 McArthur Blvd. 

51. Alice L. Osborne, 3805 Piedmont Ave., Zone 

11. 
53. Mrs. E. W, Clemo, 1330 Linden Ave, 



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CALIFORNIA (Northern) (continued) 

54. Gertrude Ernst, 502 Granite St. 

55. Mrs. Herbert G. Smith, 1641 California Ave. 

56. Mrs. C. H. Nielsen. 

57. Enoch Kashishian, R. 1, Box 188. 

58. Mrs. Pearl Haskell, Star Route No. 65, 

Petaluma. 

59. Mrs. Jessie M. Davis, Box 82. 

60. Aletha Olsted, 320 Sixth St. 

61. Mrs. Robert Edwards, R. 2, Box 109. 

62. Mrs. J. W. Stebbins. 

63. Mrs. W. A. Sears. P.O. Box 53. 

64. Charles L. Huyck, 613 Brewster. 

65. Oscar Kalliokoski, R. 1, Box 381. Selma. 

66. Mrs. A. R. Emigh. 

67. Mrs. Eva Edinger. 

68. Mrs. H. N. Dyke, 2911 K St. 

69. Mrs. Arend Velthoen, Box 192. 

70. Mrs. F. W. Hagmeyer, 1030 Elm St. 

71. Agnes Robb, 219 Hartford St. 

72. Toros H. Shamlian, 92 Walter St. 

73. Mrs. B. S. Fong, 10 Brooklyn PI. 

74. Ellen Sinclair, 1230 36th Ave., Zone 22. 

76. Mrs. Clarence Sill, 181 Parkview Ave., Zone 

25. 

77. Mrs. Alice Holmes, 590 Eighth Ave., Zone 18. 

78. Wilhelm Schwabenland, R. 1, Box 157. 

79. Mrs. Elizabeth H. Price, 1399 Liberty St. 

80. Mrs. A. C. Meyer, 617 Dowling Blvd. 

81. Emma Heide. 

82. H. C. Clifford, 35 E. Carol Ave., Burlingame. 

83. Mrs. H. W. Hildreth, 15 Clorinda Ave. 

84. Ernest F. Otto, 73 Cleveland Ave. 

85. Mrs. Delia Beebe, 322 Brown St. 

86. Adelaide D. Clark, R. 1, Box 186. 

87. J. B. Keil, 218 Florence Ave. 

88. Florence Murphy. 

89. Mrs. Harold Nelson, R. 1, Box 584, Aptos. 

90. Mrs. L. H. Chapman, 130 E. Walnut St. 

91. Arthur H. Eager, 621 Missouri St., Fairfield. 

92. Lizzie Wilson, 449 Arques St. 

93. Mary A. Buttner. 

94. Mrs. Dora G. Hancock, R. 2, Box 28>i. 

95. Mrs. Miriam Horner. 

96. Mrs. F. H. Mighall, R.D. 1. 

97. J. R. A'an Dyke. 460 E. Eighth St. 



CALIFORNIA (Southern) 

1. Mrs. R. E. Waite, Box 95, Star Route. River- 
side. 
N. H. Button, R. 2, Box 816-B. 
Mrs. Arthur F. Yaggy. 259 E. Calaveras St. 
Mrs. M. H. Krauter. 

5. Mrs. Marguerite A. Travis. 

6. Mrs. Thomas Bates. 359 Catalina Ave. 

7. Mrs. C. C. Keen. 401 Eye St. 

8. Mrs. Roy Maners. 

10. Mrs. Gus Gocke, Big Bear Lake. 

11. Mrs. H. Earl Cagle, R. 1, Box 153. 

12. Mrs. O. S. Close, 122 S. Pomona St. 

13. Mrs. May Helen Bastady, R. 1. 

14. Helen Chapin, 1114 E. Verdugo. 

15. Mrs. Bertha Davenport. 

16. Mrs. R. W. Keener, Box 341. 

17. Mrs. E. Hernandez, 393 Second St. 

18. Robertson Wheeler, Castle Park, R. 1. 

19. Rev. Albert P. Davis, 130 E. Foothill Blvd. 

20. Mrs. Charles R. Miller, 802 Joy St. 

21. Mrs. Nellie G. Mendenhall, 158 W. Eighth 

Ave. 

22. Lawrence Mueller. 

23. Mrs. Clark Gish, R. 2, Box 408, 2242 Mission 

Blvd., Riverside. 

24. Flora I. Bates, 638 N. Kenwood St., Zone 6. 

25. Mrs. Lawrence G. Brubaker, R. 1, Box 80. 

26. Kyle W. Alexander, 21 E. Main St. 

27. Mrs. P. H. Johnson, 4818 Angelus Crest 

Highway. 

28. Mrs. C. A. Van Loenen, 1640 Carmelita St. 

29. Elijah Ball, 601 Marine St. 

30. Mrs. Carl Mendenhall, El Cajon. 

31. Mrs. Helen Parker, 4166 W. 168th St. 

32. Mrs. Dorothy Denlinger, 226 Adams St. 

33. Mrs. G. R. Northcutt, 56-59th PL, Zone 3. 



34. Mrs. H. C. McReynolds, 381 Freeman Ave. 
Zone 4. 

36. Max Tangerian, 1807 Diamond Ave., South 

Pasadena. 

37. H. A. Marsh, 6716 S. Figueroa St., Zone 3. 

38. Mrs. Margaret Patterson, 925 S. Bonnie 

Beach, Zone 23. 

39. Pearl Dong, 1135 E. 21st St., Zone 11. 

40. Mrs. Melvin Poole, 2431 Langdale, Zone 41. 

41. John E. Peterson, 3355 Wilshire Blvd., Zone 5. 

42. S. K. Johnson, 333 S. Oxford, Zone 4. 

43. Ethel Metzler, 351 Vista PL, Zone 42. 

44. Abbie M. Allyn, 7065 Hollywood Blvd., 

Zone 28. 

45. Mrs. Jessie Ewen, 6001 Madden Ave., Zone 

43. 

46. Mrs. M. Kazarian, 2516 S. Highland. Zone 16. 

47. Mrs. David Owens. 1626 E. 82nd PL, Zone 1. 

49. Nelle Johnson, 12213^ E. 40th PL, Zone 11. 

50. James Attarian, 2016 Sixth Ave., Zone 16. 

51. Guy Jordan, 2018 Second Ave., Zone 16. 

52. Edith V. Martins, 1633 S. Orange Grove Ave., 

Zone 35. 

53. Gwendolj-n Jones, 2339 Vestal Ave., Zone 26. 

54. Mrs. Mildred Jones, 1333}^ W. 54th St., 

Zone 37. 

55. Jennie E. Evans, 5426 Sixth Ave., Zone 43. 

56. Alice LaMay, 235 Vista Gordo, Zone 26. 

57. Mrs. Sam Beaumont, 1220 Fedora St., Zone 6. 

58. E. H. Sayers, 1011 N. Rampart Blvd., Zone 

26. 

59. Mrs. G. C. Beaumont, 2906 W. 77th St., 

Inglewood. 

61. Shirley Tyler, 2148 Manning Ave., Zone 25. 

62. Katherine Wallace, 445 First St. 

63. Mrs. William Spriggs. 

64. Mrs. Rush Lewis, 1368 Turquoise Ave. 

65. Mrs. OrviUe Clark. 

67. Rev. Walter M. Ellis, 729 G Ave. 

68. Mrs. H. A. McKown, 910 Arlee St. 

69. Mrs. Mabel Deem, 203 Francis St., Bakers- 

field. 

70. Mabel McClelland, 526 W. J St. 

71. Eleanora Canaday, 129 N. Brand Blvd., San 

Fernando. 

72. Airs. Zelma Gammon, R. 3, Box 490, Bakers- 

field. 

73. Moses Danielian, 1155 N. Allen Ave., Zone 7. 

74. Jesse E. Sturdevant, 10:^5 Mar Vista, Zone 6. 

75. Andrew H. Anderson, 775 Mar Vista Ave., 

Zone 6. 

76. Marcus B. Whitney, 649 La Loma Rd., Zone 2. 

77. Mrs. Ralph Hess, 440 S. Marengo. 

79. R. L. Haugh, P.O. Box 283. 

80. Mrs. L. A. Wood, Nuevo. 

81. Richard Buckley, 655 Birdick Dr. 

82. Mrs. Angelina Perez, 514 W. 11th St. 

84. Verne Hegele. 

85. Bertha M. King, 655 Cypress Circle. 

86. Mrs. L. M. Patterson, 412 El Redondo. 

87. Mrs. Todd Ewers, 112 N. Olive. 

88. T. D. Esgate, 4478 Fourth St. 

90. Rue T. Krenkler, 2450 Lugo. 

91. Gordon E. McNary, 3105 Felton St., Zone 4. 
93. Mrs. A. A. Polhamus, 5034 Bristol Rd. 

95. George L. McCassey, 712 S. 28th St. 

96. B. B. Green, 4232 St. James PL 

97. Mrs. Blanche Weaver, 3636 Ray St., Zone 4. 

98. Mrs. Isla M. Jessee, 203 J^ W. 20th St. 

99. Charles G. Marshall, 12 E. Quinto St. 

103. Claude Hunt. 

104. Mrs. OUeada I. Diehl, R. 2. Box 266, El 

Centre. 

105. Herbert Midglev. 

106. Martha C. Pritchard, 121 E. Alegria Ave. 

107. John E. Asher, 1315 Marengo .\ve. 

108. Mrs. Charles J. Horn, Box 618. 

109. Celia B. Cook, R.D. 2, Box 318. 

111. E. O. Stromberg. 

112. H. C. Harrington, 1325 Fifth St. 

113. William Ferguson, 514 N. Painter Ave. 

114. Mrs. Zella K. Starr, 2449 E. 124th St. 

115. Mrs. Ada E. Jones, 210 West St. 

116. Mrs. Cora Moore, 715 E. Coronado. 

117. Mrs. Egan Jones, R. 12, Box 1020. 

118. Bonnie Junken, R. 11, Box 593. 



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119. Mrs. William J. Oliver, 109 N. Pleasant St. 

120. Mrs. T. J. Cookson, 122 E. Eighth St. 

121. Ruth Schaffer, Box 485. 

122. Mrs. Walter Burrows, 1532 E. Mabel. 

123. Mrs. Oscar Logan, 201 S. Tenth St. 

124. Norman H. Buck, 325 N. Carlisle 

125. Ben Romero, 1524 S. Arno St. 

126. Mrs. Emma Minor. 

127. Mrs. Georgia L. Lee, Box 854. 

128. Mrs. D. Marquez, 325 Foch Ave. 

129. Mrs. Ninfa Martinez. 

130. Gilbert Yocky. 

131. Wendell Anwater. 

133. Mrs. Elizabeth Shoppach, 1207 E. Rio Grande 

St. 

134. Mrs. E. C. Mellado, 3125 Rivera St. 

135. Mrs. H. W. Andrex, R. 1, Box 142-A. 

COLORADO 

1. George Alt. 

3. Mrs. V. F. Lowry, Box 276. 

4. Henry Beskel, R. 1. 

5. G. E. Schaal, Burlington. 

6. Edna Johnson, 1005 Gilbert. 

8. George Seader, R. 1. 

9. Alec Lebsack. 

10. Mrs. Sarah Ayers. 

11. Mrs. Mattie E. Mitchell. 

12. Emilia Trossbach, 723 North Tejon St. 

13. Mrs. Mabel E. Chadbourne, 320 E. Uintah St. 

14. Mrs. Rex Mclrwin. 

15. Mrs. Ed Luttrell. 

16. Mrs. R. E. Finker. 

17. Mrs. Frank E. Collom, 405 E. Eaton. 

18. David Amen, Proctor. 

19. Mrs. A. K. Jones, 4851 Knox Ct., Zone 11. 

20. Paul Marselle, 2643 W. 27th Ave., Zone 11. 

21. Margaret Hall, 340 Vine St., Zone 6. 

22. David Reichert, 5080 Sherman St., Zone 11. 

23. Mrs. Herman Detert, 1112 11th St., Zone 4. 

24. Mrs. Ben Geltman, 5151 Elm Ct. 

25. Katherine Bahl, 3507 Jackson. 

26. Mrs. W. T. Larkin, 576 S. Ogden, Zone 9. 

27. Mrs. Frances Bridwell, 1120 20th St. 

28. Mrs. Delia Hinchman, 4719 Gaylord St., Zone 

16. 

29. Mrs. Jennie Beach, 649 Lowell Blvd. 

30. Helen Walters, 720 Vine St. 

31. Edith M. Renter, 527 S. York, Zone 9. 

32. Mrs. Grace Carlberg, Box 104. 

33. Mrs. T. E. Cundall, Box 42. 

35. Mrs. Frances Finn, 3100 S. Downing St. 

36. Mrs. W. N. Dunn, Silt 

37. Lewis Clark. 

38. Mrs. J. W. Tobiska, 1212 S. College. 

39. Jack Fahrenbruch, 327 Smith St. 

40. Benjamin Jachziher, 718 Lincoln St. 

41. Mrs. Nora Gilbert, 629 White Ave. 

42. Mrs. W. E. Freeman, 1939 11th Ave. 

43. Conrad Stroh, R. 4, Box 90. 

44. Hazel H. Brown. 

46. Mrs. P. H. Zehner. 

47. Francis M. McConnell. 204 S. SLxth Ave., 

Brighton. 

48. Daisy M. Jenne. 

49. J. J. Suppes. 

50. Mrs. Lyle Brown, 314 Bross St. 

51. Henry J. Vogel, R. 4. 

52. Jacob Walter, 815 Monroe Ave. 

53. Mrs. Anna Swift. 

54. Mrs. Paul H. Shaddle, Box 512. 

56. George Bernhardt, Sr., R. 1, Box 68. 

58. Mrs. George W. Martin, 215 S. Fifth St 

59. Lillian Coles. 

60. Mrs. Bertha S. Hance, Naturita. 

61. Mrs. Nelly E. Shideler, Bedrock. 

62. Mrs. Albert E. Marton, 1211 Longwood Ave. 

63. Gladys Cross, 909 E. First. 

64. Mrs. Mabel Casteel. 

65. Henry Bitter, Sr., R. 1, Box 216. 

66. W. L. Miller. 

68. Mrs. C. E. Lewis. 

71. John Lebsack, R. 2. 

74. Fred Manweiler, Box 116. 



77. George Lebsack, R.R., Minatare. 

78. Henry Kautz. 

79. C. C. Schmidt, 1812 Sixth Ave. 

80. John Grassmick, R. 1. 

81. J. Arling Wiederspohn, 3916 Reed. 

82. Henry Eicharn. 

83. Jacob Roth. 

CONNECTICUT 

1. Mrs. Arthur M. Gallup. 

2. Mrs. A. H. Benton. 

3. Henry G. Conklin, 96 Clarkson St. 

4. Mrs. Robert Bell, 60 Rockwood Ave. 

5. Mrs. Walter B. Read, Nod Rd. 

6. Mrs. Harriett D. Boutieller, Pleasant Valley. 

7. Harry A. Sparks. 

8. Robert H. Deming, 83 Grove Hill, New Bri- 

tain. 

9. Mrs. George E. Howard, R.D. 2, Zone 15. 

10. Mrs. Helen B. Rubley, 39 Highland Ave. 

11. Mrs. Ellen A. Lynn. 

12. Frederick C. Bidwell, 29 Woodland Ave. 

13. Mrs. Charles F. Sumner, R.D. 2. 

14. Mrs. Jabez G. Lathrop, R.D. 9. 

15. Elsie M. Smith, 158 Montowese St. 

16. Leslie V. Brindley, Foxon Rd. 

17. William K. Skolfield, 115 Brooklawn Pkwy., 

Zone 4. 

18. Wilbur E. Olmstead, 5535 Main St., Zone 14. 

19. Lucien Johnston, 96 Morehouse St. 

20. Louise Greninger, 89 Hough Ave., Zone 8. 

21. Samuel B. Beardslev, 157 Beechmont Ave. 

22. J. E. L. Herdman, 756 Norman St.. Zone 5. 

23. Carl E. Wiman, 60 Bassick Ave., Zone 5. 

24. Henry C. Sanford. 

25. Joseph Valentine, 190 Oakland St. 

26. Oscar Lorenson, 52 Morris Ave. 

27. Mrs. Arthur Loos, Jr., S. Main St. 

28. Henry B. Hawlev. 

29. Mrs. Donald B. House. 

30. Howard E. Alderman, R.D., Collinsville. 

31. Frank B. Richardson, Falls Village. 

32. Mrs. R. E. Lovell, P.O. Box 214. 

33. Grace L. Dawlev. 

34. Carroll Crowley. 

35. Hazel Bushnell. 

36. Mrs. Stuart M. Ellsworth. 

37. Bernard M. Church. 

38. Isabel Beugler. 

39. Erving A. Wright, W. Main St. 

40. Barbara E. Heser, Glenwood Rd. 

41. William B. Gerhardt. 

42. Mrs. Robert W. Lawrence, R.D. 1, Winsted. 

43. Mrs. Barbara Barlow, Thaver Ave. 

44. Albert B. Anderson, P.O. Box 352. 

45. Philip H. Isham. 

46. William E. Swift. 

47. Miner P. Rogers. 

48. Louis A. Kingsbury. 

49. Mrs. William Edmondson. 

50. Carl W. Vinbladh, P.O. Box 257. 

51. Frank Warren, 33 Pleasant St. 

52. Gustaf H. Gustafson, 12 Crescent Dr. 

53. Carol Forbes, King St. 

54. Else M. Harris, 24 Winter St. 

55. William J. Fleming, 31 Mansfield Ave. 

56. Bernice S. Cogswell. 

57. Mrs. Louis J. Smith, Main St. 

58. Agnes C. Olsen, 307 S. Main St. 

59. Bertrand O. De Forest, 27 Homestead Ave. 

60. Henry Donohue, 256 Main St. 

61. Sarah E. Burr. 

62. Albert N. Van Vlack, R.D., Canaan. 

63. Thelma Barlow. 

64. Mrs. E. X. Root 

65. Irving V. Cobleigh. 

66. Gordon D. Bevin, 22 Summit St. 

67. George Goodwin, 763 Burnside Ave., Zone 8. 

68. Marion E. Brewer, 45 Terry Rd., Zone 8. 

69. Mrs. Edward E. Emmons. 

70. Donald V. Chidsey, 44 Taylor Ave. 

71. Mrs. Maurice S. Bailey, Pleasant Ave. 

72. Verna R. Amundsen, 4 Gilbert Ave. 

73. Mrs. Hazel E. Wheeler, R.D. 1, Bridgeport. 

74. Harold D. Ellsworth, Broad Brook. 

75. Mrs. Ralph Eddy. 



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CONNECTICUT (continued) 

76. Nellie E. McKnip;ht. 

77. Horace M. Dunbar. 

78. Mrs. Lancelot Brown, 91 Colonial St. 

79. Terry J. C'hapin, R.D. 

80. Mrs. Thomas H. Ford. 

81. Horace Foote. 

82. Esther Wakeman, 145 Reef Rd. 

83. Mrs. Edna F. Elwood, 2505 Bronson Rd. 

84. William R. Hubbell. 

85. C. L. Keefe, Colton St. 

86. Mrs. Elinor B. Armstrong. 

87. Mrs. Bertha M. Mead, 7 Ohio Ave., Norwalk. 

88. Esther Wahlquist, Weston Rd. 

89. Olive Warner. 

90. Robert N. Davis, Jr., 143 Neipsie Rd. 

91. Mrs. Hazel E. Palmer, R.D. 1. 

92. Harry W. Greene, West Goshen. 

93. Clara Gillett, R.D. 1. 

94. Mrs. Walter G. Colton, N. Granby Rd. 

95. James L. Loomis. 

96. Mrs. Carl Anderson, College Highway, South- 

wick, Mass. 

97. Dorothy R. Adams, Long Lots Rd., Westport. 

98. Paul P. McClellan, 12 Highview Ave. 

99. Edward McFarlan, North St. 

100. Mrs. Alexander Couston, Riverside Ave., 

Riverside. 

101. Mrs. Charles B. Tompkins, R.D. 1, Box 414. 

102. Mrs. Margaret F. Geer, R.D. 1, Jewett City. 

103. Mrs. William C. Miller, 71 E. Main St. 

104. Ralph W. Matteson, Maxson PL, New 

London. 

105. Woolsey S. Conover, Clapboard Hill Rd. 

106. W. R. Malona. 

107. Winifred M. Lewis. 

108. Mrs. C. D. Brooks, R.D. 1, East Hampton. 

109. Mrs. Fred Yeomans. 

110. Mrs. Edward Chapel, P.O. Box 33. 

111. Henry A. Adams. 

112. Chandler T. Green, 183 N. Main St., West 

Hartford 7. 

113. George H. Gilman, Jr., 149 Lafayette St., 

Zone 6. 

114. Charles W. Roberts, 123 Ridge Rd., Zone 5. 

115. Mrs. Harriet R. Johnston, 50 Mahl Ave., 

Zone 5. 

116. Ward Van B. Hart, 49 Rol>bins Dr., Wethers- 

field 9. 

117. John W. Carleton, Jr., 1885 Asylum Ave., 

West Hartford 7. 

118. Harold P. Redfield, 81 Conn. Blvd., East 

Hartford 8. 

119. Esther Swanson, 5 Richard St., West Hart- 

ford 7. 

120. Mrs. John Tychsen, 21 Livingston Rd., East 

Hartford 8. 

121. Carmelo Di Mauro, Rocky Hill. 

122. Mrs. Elsie M. Tiffney, 683 New Britain Ave., 

Zone 6. 

123. H. Edward Hooper. 

124. Albert W. Hilding, Amston. 

125. Gladys M. Burr. 

126. F. Howard Stickney. 

127. Frank Sandstrom, R.D., Essex. 

128. Sidney M. Cowles. 

129. Agnes Camp, South Kent. 

130. Clara E. Parmelee, R.D. 1, Box 179. 

131. Edward F. Nourse. 

132. Mrs. Fannie L. Clark. 

133. Walter A. Hyde, Star Route, Jewett City. 

134. Mrs. George C. Dudley. 

135. Mrs. Jacob Ackerman. 

136. Mrs. James E. Harding, Jr., R.D. 2. 

137. H. Newton Lee 

138. Emma Redfield. 

139. Mrs. Philip Hathaway. 

140. Evelyn R. Johnston, 21 Bigelow St. 

141. Barbara Balsh, 41 Phelps Rd. 

142. Hjalmar Carlson, 9 Hemlock St. 

143. Mrs. Helen M. Dawson. 

144. Mrs. Milton J. Lord. 

145. Katherine Heikie, 37 Centennial Ave, 

146. Harry P. Jackson, 344 Curtis St. 

147. Mrs. Delia S. Bronson. 



210. 
211. 
212. 
213. 
214. 
215. 
216. 
217. 
218. 
219. 
220. 

221. 
222. 
223. 



Mrs. George E. Schafrick, R.D., Rockfall. 

F. Theodore Colson, Box 87. 

Henry Bacon, Newfield St. 

Frank H. Frissell, Jr., 66 Frissell St. 

Mrs. Mary C. Cope, Ridgewood Rd. 

Richard N. Piatt, North St. 

Mrs. Harry E. Peterson, 30 Wildwood Ave. 

Minnie W. Peck, R.D., Box 62. 

Mrs. E. C. Fowler, Norwich State Hospital, 

Norwich. 
Ernest D. Proudman. 
John C. Fellowes, 19 Bliss PI., Norwich. 
Mrs. Philip Waugh, Lakeside. 
Truman J. Spencer, 2525 Whitney Ave., 

Hamden. 
Mrs. William L. Paulhamous, 4 Rowland St. 
John W. Hayes, 150 Millville Ave. 
Philip F. Peterson, 18 May Ave. 
Russell C. Germond, 277 Lincoln St. 
Russell Haigis, 231 Winthrop St. 
Louise A. Blakely, 578 Allen St. 
George E. Kellogg, 72 St. John PI. 
Mrs. Albert Beeman. 
Mrs. John G. Snyder, Box 84. 
Bernard G. Anderson, R.D. 1, Box 71. 
Richmond H. Curtiss, 311 Temple St., Zone 

11. 
Carlton T. Bishop, 284 Alden Ave., Zone 15. 
Melville La Belle, 53 Dixwell Ave., Zone 11. 
Robert W. Merrill, 977 Townsend Ave., 

Zone 13. 
John S. Bradley, Jr., 281 W. Rock Ave., 

Zone 15. 
Leon Rice, 136 Alden Ave., Zone 15. 
John E. Field, 119 Westwood Rd., Zone 15. 
Luther L. Ivillam, 27 Spring Glen Ter.. 

Hamden. 
Willet H. Kellogg, Jr., 601 Townsend Ave., 

Zone 13. 
Mrs. Edward H. Davis, 294 Elm St., West 

Haven. 
John E. Nelson, 51 Sheffield Ave. 
Mrs. Emily Ibsen, 1292 Whallev Ave., Zone 15. 
L. Reginald Thayer, 866 Main St. 
Elsie De Witt, 255 Hempstead St. 
H. Fremont Alderson, 845 Ocean Ave. 
John G. Janson, Jordan Village, Waterford. 
Mrs. Harold D. Patterson, 37 S. Main St. 
Mrs. Edna R. Daigneault. 
William A. Birkins, Marbledale. 
Susan J. Scudder. 
Marion Morgan. 
William A. Spaulding. 
Mrs. William C. Foy, P.O. Box 223. 
Mrs. Robert H. Newton, R.D. 3, Wallingford. 
Grace L. Dickerman, Broadway. 
Mrs. Edna H. Tryon. 

Mrs. Allyn C. Carpenter, R.D., Willimantic. 
Asahel W. Mitchell. 
Mrs. Helen S. Hicks. 
Kenneth M. Coleburn, 40 East Ave. 
Clyde M. Beebe, 65 E. Town St. 
Theodore A. Montgomery, 43 Williams St. 
Mrs. Jane Graham Foster, 5 Robbins Court. 
Richard Oat, 34 N. Third Ave. 
Mrs. Howard P. Benjamin, 3 Washington PL 
John Drescher, 192 Ball Farm Rd. 
HoUv Ely. 
Merritt B. Chalker. 
Mary R. Woodruff, 94 Norton St., New 

Haven 11. 
C. Leo Hubbell, R.D. 1. 
Cecil L. Butler. 
Lila M. Loomis, 146 Broad St. 
Esther M. Nilson, 24 Forestville Ave. 
Kenneth R. Williams, Russell Rd., Milldale. 
Aaron W. Fenn, R.D. 1, Box 116, Terryville. 
Mrs. Emma B. Smith. 
Mrs. Norman S. McAuliffe, Bo3; 62. 
Ralph B. Lyman, William St. 
Clifton L. Dawley, R.D. 1, Norwich. 
Charles E. Hodges, R.D. 2, Clark Hill Rd., 

Waterbury 82. 
Emma Roberts, 285 School St. 
Mrs. Mabel E. Chase. R.D. 1, Killingly, 
Mrs. Llewellyn S. Warner. 



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CONNECTICUT (continued) 

224. Mrs. Helen R. Gale. 

225. Mrs. Lee R. Vance, R.D. 5. 

226. Mrs. Ethel C. Ransom. 

227. Mrs. John R. Mac( Jregor, R.D. 1. 

228. Andrew Twaddle, 7 Elm St. 

229. Willard B. Hodge. 

230. Mrs. Harriet W. Goldie, R.D. 1, Oakdale. 

231. Charlotte B. Norton, Lakeville. 

232. Henry W. Clark. 

233. Walter E. Clark, 12 Cedar St. 

234. Mrs. E. D. O'Connell. , 

235. John Johnson, 224 Division Ave. 

236. Henry S. Wells, R.D. 2. 

237. Edwin F. Osborn. 

238. Mrs. Esther H. Smith. 

239. Mrs. Charles W. W. Pease. 

240. Louis A. Gowdy, R.D. 

241. Mrs. Charles P. Williams. 

242. Clarence Stiles. 

243. Ruth M. Bosworth, R.D. 

244. B. Fred Grant. 

245. Doris I. Stevens, 107 Meriden Ave. 

246. William K. Pike. 

247. John Henry, 208 East Ave. 

248. Winifred Pybus, 298 Willow St. 

249. Mrs. Myron F. Burr. 

250. Mabel G. Meyers, 15 Grant Ave. 

251. J. Henry Greaves, R.D. 1. 

252. Mrs. Joseph F. Pragl, P.O. Box 42. 

253. Harold S. Carpenter, 53 Schuyler Ave. 

254. Dorothy V. Fox, P.O. Box 198. 

255. Rev. Anna C. Torrev. 

256. Elam C. Kellstrom, 194 Cove Rd. 

257. Seth N. WiUiams, R.D. 

258. August O. Muller, 12 Denison Ave. 

259. Mrs. I. Lewis Doolittle. 

260. Mrs. Gladys Crim. 

261. Mettie E. Eaton, 1062 Church St. 

262. Mrs. Willard Bromage, Main St. 

263. John E. Talcott, 15 Church St. 

264. Mrs. Robert A. Metcalf, 7 Haase Ave. 

265. Burton P. Nase, 62 Center St. 

266. Mrs. Ruth A. Johnston, Branch Rd. 

267. Joel Nelson, 140 Litchfield St. 

268. Sarah C. Crosby. 

269. W. Hoyt Hayden. 

270. Mrs. George R. Clinton, Jr., R.D. 1, Box 1038. 

271. A. Eldred Guildford, 79 Main St. 

272. Mrs. Harold H. Iffland, 451 High St. 

273. August Mahieu, R.D. 2, Box 760. 

274. Thomas Shadick, Box 164. 

275. Raymond C. Barrows, Drawer "D." 

276. Raymond K. Brooks. 

277. Mrs. Norman R. Strong. 

278. Mrs. Julia S. Geist, Jewett City. 

279. Warren W. Breckenridge, 71 Curtis Ave. 

280. Mrs. Robert W. Sharp. 

281. Mrs. Fannie H. Perkins, R.D. 1. 

282. Mrs. Arthur H. Jackson. 

283. Elmer N. Granstrom. 

284. Giles R. Anderson, P.O. Box 888, Zone 87. 

285. Mrs. Matthew Adgate, 64 Euclid Ave., Zone 

30. 

286. Robert A. Jones, 158 Chipman St. 

287. Mrs. Conetta Tarullo, 39 River St. 

288. George J. Wells, 42 Lee St. 

289. Stanley A. Barnes, 136 Scott Ave. 

290. Addison M. Tracy, 6 Grove St. 

291. Walter H. Judd, 291 Farmington Ave. 

292. Mrs. George E. Dibble. 

293. Mrs. Nellie J. Skinner, Box 24. 

294. Emily J. Chism. 

295. F. Ruth Johnson, 12 S. Main St., Zone 7. 

296. Mrs. Harriet E. Gaylord. 

297. Mrs. George M. Fessenden, 214 Elm St. 

298. Mrs. J. H. Smith, 178 Connecticut Ave. 

299. Mrs. Willis B. Banks. 

300. William H. Petrie, 36 Washington Ave. 

301. Mrs. Harry L. Oppenheimer. 

302. L. Maude Perrin. 

303. Richard B. Barger, 49 Tabler Ter., Zone 9. 

304. Mrs. Charles L. Smith, 14 Quentin St. 

305. Christopher M. Case, 90 Windham St. 

306. Caroline Mirth, West Willington. 



307. Alice B. Olmstead. 

308. Elliott P. Bronson. 

309. H. Clinton Lathrop. 

310. Robert F. Belden, 3 Kellogg St. 

311. Charles O. Bidwell, 40 Center St. 

312. Blanche E. Brown, 38 S. Main St. 

313. William Hutton, 28 Spring St. 

314. Mrs. Alfred J. German, Woodstock Rd., 

Zone 63. 

315. Mrs. A. Irving Mansfield, Ansonia Rd. 

316. Edith M. Mallory. 

317. Mrs. William Booth, 44 New Haven Ave. 

318. Mrs. Louise L. Child. 

EVANGELICAL PROTESTANT 

1. Walter Schrader, Sayler Pard Sta., R. 12, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

2. Carl O. Diehl, 3601 Middleton Ave. 

3. Wm. A. Schoefflin, 3145 Ferguson Rd. 

4. Elmer L. Smith, 3728 Lovell Ave. 

5. Edwin Becker, 2219 Stratford St. 

6. Charles B. Terry. Prov. Bank Bldg., 632 Vine 

St. 

7. George Wuest, Mt. Healthy Sta., Zone 31. 

8. M. H. Huber. 

9. Edwin Hartgrove, 919 W. Second St. 

10. Harry Harlemert. 

11. Mrs. Margaret Roettger, Ranshaw Rd., High- 

land Heights, Cold Springs, Ky. 

12. Wm. Kreutzer, 2316 Joyce Ave. 

13. Mrs. Marie Anhofer, 1764 Llanfair St., Cin- 

cinnati, Ohio. 

FLORIDA 

1. Mrs. Thelma Pilley. 

2. Laurence Dodge, 901 Valencia Ave., Zone 34. 

3. Anne Maud Hobbs, P.O. Box 82. 

4. Edville S. Roys, 37 Rhode Island Ave. 

5. Mrs. R. T. Campbell. 

6. Helen E. Scott, Box 1284, Daytona Beach. 

7. C. E. Brush. 

8. Earl C. Longcrier, 3337 Herschel St., Zone 5. 

9. H. P. Jackson. 

10. Mrs. Robert Lee Albury, 1104 Angela St. 

11. George A. Shepherd. 

13. Francis E. Love, 215 N. Lakeside Dr. 

14. J. Bruce Dick, 117 Hyde Pkwav. 

15. Mrs. Frank Coleman, 2533 S.W. 19th Ave., 

Zone 33. 

16. Mrs. Milo Bennett, 4598 Post Ave., Zone 39. 
18. Mrs. George C. Keller, 950 McDonald St. 

20. L. G. Jordan, Rush St. 

21. Jennie M. Jones, 1174 N.E. 126th St. 

22. Mrs. Bertha B. Gumming. 

23. Mrs. A. H. Bleekman. 

24. Mrs. Lauretta K. Gaede, 728 No. M St., 

Lake Worth. 

25. Mrs. Dora W. Perry. 

26. Charles R. Cushman, 240 Fourth St., N., 

Zone 4. 
28. Mary Robinson, 1100 Myrtle Ave. 
30. Mrs. Vivian Gist, 4105 Obispo St., Zone 6. 

33. Mrs. Otto Nielsen, Box 195, Eustis. 

34. Ida May McClain. 

35. Harold A. Ward, Jr., 1516 Oakhurst Ave. 

GEORGIA (White) 

1. J. M. Dees. 

2. Mrs. J. E. Tatum, R.D. 7. 

3. Emily Dexter, 675 Piedmont Ave., N.E. 

4. Mrs. Herbert J. Moye, 323 Forsyth St. 

5. Mrs. Lennie E. Branch. 

6. Mrs. C. D. Sayer, R.D. 1, Deweyrose. 

7. J. P. Mahaffey, Box 95, Hoschton. 

8. Mrs. S. A. Williamson. 

9. J. B. Roebuck. 

10. H. B. Floyd, R.D. 2. 

11. Mrs. L. C. Wilder. 

12. A. J. Howell, Beacon Ave. 

13. Mrs. F. O. Sands, 1131 19th St. 

14. G. L. Thurmond, R.D. 3, Thomaston. 

15. Mrs. L. H. Nichols. 

16. E. E. Smith. 

17. Mrs. T. D. Johnson. 

18. C. C. Little. 

19. Rev. Crawford W. Moncrief, Knoxville. 



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GEORGIA (White) (continued) 

20. Mrs. Joe Parker. 

21. Mrs. W. H. Foster, Forest Park. 

22. Roy Chatham, 1407 Elm. 

23. Annie Bell Kelly, McClendon Ave. 

25. J. E. Owen. 

26. Mrs. W. T. Howard, R.D. 1, Zebulon. 

27. Dan Summerour, R.D. 1. 

28. T. S. Corbitt. 

29. W. J. Abell. 

30. T. L. Bishop. 

32. Blanche McDaniel, 307 Hill St., Thomaston. 

33. T. J. Hand, R.D. 4. 

34. Mrs. Willis Crosby, R.D. 2. 

35. Mrs. H. A. Knight. 

36. Agnes Kessler, 63 A Montague St. 

GEORGIA-SOUTH CAROLINA (Colored) 

1. Mrs. Birdie E. Gaither, 94 Howell St., N.E. 

2. David L. Mells, 483 Stonewall St., S.W. 

3. Mrs. Norvella Hadley, R.D. 5, Thomasville. 

4. Mrs. A. M. Bragg, R. 3, Box 66. 

5. Mrs. Luaner Hadlev, R. 3, Wrightsville. 

7. Clara J. Jones, 273 First Ave. 

8. Mrs. S. J. Willis, 226 Montgomery St. 

9. Mrs. Christine Baker, R. 1, Box 21. 
10. John Mcintosh, 703 W. 45th St. 

12. Mrs. M. C. Hipper, 430 Lester. 

13. Mrs. E. B. Burroughs, 62 Hanover St. 

IDAHO 

1. D. Kosanke. 

2. Lawrence D. Brant, 1621 Hays. 

3. Mrs. Francis Violett, 3504 Kootenai Ave. 

4. Mrs. Fannie Johnson. 

5. Mrs. Kate Cameron. 

6. James Harbend. 

7. Mrs. Bernice Palmer. 

8. Mrs. Mildred Averill. 

10. Mrs. Jennie Williajns. 

11. Mrs. Alma Waif, R. 1. 

13. Daisy D. Mason. 

14. Jacob Knopp. 

15. Mrs. Albert Anderson, 1423 N. Hayes. 

16. Mrs. R. I. Ewing. 
18. A. H. O'Leary. 



ILLINOIS 

Mrs. Clara Underwood, 308 W. Latimer St. 

Mrs. Millie Rodgers, R. 3-A. 

Mrs. Carl Zange, Hubbard St. 

Mrs. Elsie Spittler, R. R.l. 

Mrs. A. H. Sonntag, 725 Euclid Ave. 

Laurence Sitter. 

Charles A. Davis, 320 E. Main. 

H. B. Frederick. 

Mrs. W. C. Rackow, 7704 65th PI. 

Roy E. Erhardt, Sullivan. 

Ralph H. Sanford, R.D. 

Mrs. Ruth Nowers. 

Mrs. E. W. Weir. 

Mrs. Fern Quick, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. Ethel D. Muntz, 813 Lebanon St. 

Mrs. Harry Tanner, North Aurora. 

Lucretia M. HoUister. 

John A. Gustafson, R. 1, Box 293. 

Mrs. B. W. Smith, 1312 Jefferson St. 

Mrs. L. L. Emmons, 6929 30th. 

Mrs. J. O. Aarvold, 1327 Wesley Ave. 

Frank D. Benjamin. 

Lorin L. Ferry, R.D. 2. 

Harry G. Starr. 

Mrs. James Sinkay, 12758 Western Ave. 

George F. WoUbrink, 735 N. 28th St., Quincy. 

Mrs. Mabel Douglas. 

Mrs. Max Haves. 

Floyd Bonnell, 7909 45th St., Lyons. 

Mrs. Jessie HinderUter. 

Mrs. A. H. Wise. 

Mrs. Frank Lange, R.D. 4, Princeton. 

Mrs. Laura Cooper. 

Mrs. Mamie Thompson. 

Mrs. Helen Jenkins, 215 W. Chestnut St. 

Elizabeth Myers, R. 4. 

William Splinter, 104 N. Washington. 



41. Ada Neidigh. 

42. Thomas C. Shedd, 706 W. California Ave., 

Urbana. 

44. Lela Dyson. 

45. Mrs. W. H. Julian. 

47. Mrs. E. Elder, 3444 N. Hovne. 

48. K. Dagdijian, 6117 Drexel Ave. 

49. Philip Benjamin, 2441 Gunnison St. 

50. Allen B. Henrikson, 705 N. Waller, Zone 44. 

51. Mrs. R. E. Payne, 8030 Harper Ave. 

53. WUbur Lox, 9154 Throop St. 

54. H. G. McEndree, 7614 Saginaw. 

55. M. Lill, 5414 S. Tripp St. 

56. Agnes Henricksen, 3720 N. Springfield Ave. 

57. Elsie Nyidly, 4234 W. 24th PI. 

58. Mrs. Charles UUman, 3003 S. Normal Ave. 

59. Dean K. Troesch, 5767 Wentworth Ave. 

60. Mrs. K. F. Molina, 7531 Kenwood Ave. 

61. Henry A. Hautau, 5226 Monroe St. 

62. Hellen Wirkula, 5018 N. Kenmore Ave. 

63. Martha MacMillan, 5057 Balmoral Ave. 

64. Josephine Peterson, 2652 Medill Ave. 

65. Mrs. John Krausfeldt, 1826 Nagle Ave. 

66. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Curry, 6203 St. Lawrence 

Ave. 

67. J. O. Danson, 7316 S. Aberdeen St. 

68. Fred H. Tracht, 5640 Kimbark Ave. 

69. Ernest H. Hedges, 2647 Eastwood Ave. 

70. Mrs. Lorraine Mendro, 4315 N. Monitor Ave. 

71. Mrs. Estelle W. McNeal, 6523 Langley Ave. 

72. Grace Marten, 3651 W. 25th St., Zone 23. 

73. Mrs. Ruth Whipple, 6938 W. Medill Ave. 

74. Frank X. Henke, 10807 S. Wood St., Zone 43. 

75. S. C. Rogers, 7216 Vernon Ave. 

76. Percy Wilford, 1321 N. Dr., Hammond, Ind. 

77. Frances Manthey, 4514 Wentworth Ave., 

Zone 9. 

78. L. L. Bennett, 2148 Giddings Ave. 

79. Mrs. Adele Wilson, 1225 W. Jarvis Ave., 

Zone 26. 

80. Frank Eberle, 4628 Kasson St. 

81. Isodore Ramos, 2227 W. Ogden Ave. 

82. Shirley Venn, 2246 N. Tripp, Zone 39. 

83. Frances DeBus, 1235 Winnemac. 

84. Mrs. Jane Wright, 4140 Ellis Ave. 

85. Martin Schneider, 10847 Ave. G. 

86. Mrs. J. C. Smith, 7529 Clyde Ave. 

87. Emma Baecker, 12030 Parnell Ave., Zone 28. 

88. V. A. Leengran, 1751 Granville Ave., Zone 26. 

89. Mrs. L. D. Mclvinnon. 

90. Mrs. M. B. McElroy, 3510 W. 65th PI. 

91. Charles H. Hildebrand, 1227 N. Lombard 

92. Mrs. Paul Smith, 528 N. Trumbull Ave. 

93. Mrs. Arthur Breen, 5209 Schubert Ave., 

Zone 39. 

94. Marie G. Hermanaon, 3729 N. Magnolia Ave. 

95. Eileen Miller, 425 Surf St. 

96. G. L. Avery, 205 S. Fourth. 

97. Mrs. Lillie Dishong. 

98. Helen Babcock. 

99. Mrs. Maggie Abernathie. 

100. Rdiph W. Gulp, Muncie. 

101. Mrs. Amy A. Sears, R.D. 1. 

102. Wallace J. Olsen, 108 First St., R. 1, Box 240. 

103. Claude C. Miller, 121 S. Oak St. 

105. Ethel Palmer, 202 W. Seventh St. 

106. Mrs. Nellie Irvine, 20 S. State. 

107. Mrs. W. B. Bishop, 465 S. Linden PI. 

108. Margaret C. Wiltberger, 210 S. Third St. 

109. Leon Cramer. 

110. Lloyd Hurless. 

111. Mrs. Russell L. Peters, 916 Cora St. 

112. Mrs. Rowena Richars. 

114. Mrs. Lula L. Anderson, R.D. 2, Princeton. 

115. Mrs. Thomas Mensdorf, 5602 Hillcrest Rd. 

116. Gerald Kermicle. 

117. F. B. Wright, 220 S. Third St. 

118. Mrs. A. L. Dashner, 326 S. Main St. 

119. Mrs. Erna Drew, 303 E. Mazon Ave. 

120. J. W. Trier, 808 N. 41st St. 

121. Lois McWhorter. 

122. Earl Burkhart, Winnebago. 

123. Mrs. W. C. Ereanbrack. 

124. A. W. Hausser, P.O. Box 442. 

125. Laura C. Kimball, 452 N. Spring St. 



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126. Mrs. Arthur A. Buchanan, 551 Mitchell Ave. 

127. Roma L. Shively. 

128. Mrs. Carl Austin. 

129. Louis W. Repsold, Jr., 645 Michigan Ave. 

130. Mrs. Everett Teeter, 829 Case St. 

131. Frank J. Shorb. 

132. Bryan Brubaker, DeLajid. 

133. P. C. Wright, Cuba. 

134. Pearl Mayhew, R.D. 1. 

135. K. D. McClelland, 656 N. Prairie St. 

136. Mrs. B. T. Packenham, 987 N. Seminary St. 

137. Mrs. George E. Kroll, 506 N.W. First St. 

138. Mrs. Henry Doll. 

140. Donald Graham, 522 James St. 

141. E. A. Peterson, 694 Park Blvd. 

142. Rosalie M. Scheuer, 1830 Linneman. 

143. Mrs. Claude Lewis. 

144. Olive M. Victor. 

145. Carl Anderson. 

146. Harry Rich. 

147. Mrs. Zelma Roan, R.D. 2. 

149. Mrs. Edward Mulligan. 

150. Elsie Cree. 

151. Mrs. Herman VonSande, R. D. 1, Box 68, 

Mundelein. 

152. Adrienna DeGraff, 14717 Main St. 

153. Mrs. Alta M. Bowers. 

154. Mrs. John B. Menz, 904 Ninth. 

155. Mrs. R. K. Beitler, 138 E. Maple St. 

156. Mrs. F. J. Paddock, R.D. 1. 

157. Jessie Moran. 

158. Henry Marlowe. 

159. Everett R. Brown, R.D. 3, Decatur. 

160. George S. Brainerd, R.D. 2. 

161. Mrs. E. W. Green, 302 Woodland PI. 

162. Russell M. Stegall, 135 E. Church St. 

163. Lucy M. Hutchins. 

164. Matthew T. Cinotto. 

165. J. H. Drewes, 400 S. Stone Ave. 

166. Mrs. J. M. Law. 

167. Mrs. Lucy Walker. 

168. Luella Metzinger. 1565 Illinois St. 

170. W. F. Light. 

171. Mrs. Lois Schnell, Franklin Grove. 

173. Carrie M. Colslough, R.D. 2. 

174. Harry R. Hatch. 

175. Mrs. R. L. Stephenson, 1010 Madison St. 

176. Mrs. Clara LaRosa. 

177. Mrs. D. D. Barta, 421 S. Lombard. 

178. Mrs. Lena Hord, Mason. 

179. Mrs. Helen Harrington. 

180. E. R. Vial, R.D. 2. 

181. Katharine B. Pierce. 

183. William H. Rollo, 553 Rutland St. 

184. Alta V. Gilbert, 414 N. Eighth St. 

185. Mrs. Beulah Siddens. 

187. Mrs. George Elliott, Kirkland. 

188. Marjorie Andrews, 408 S. Second Ave. 

189. Dorothy Schuman, 1426 S. 14th Ave. 

190. Pearl Symons. 

191. James Upchurch. 

192. Mrs. James T. Martin, 3401 Come-In-Place, 

Alton. 

193. Mrs. Amanda Boundy. 

194. John Baldwin. 

196. D. H. Minto, Antioch. 

197. Mrs. Clarence Lefever, Bement. 

198. Sherrill Cryder. 

199. Bruce A. King, 41st St. Rd. 

200. Mrs. Axel Olsen, 2410 18th Ave. 

201. Mrs. Kenneth Brink, 1434 12th St. 

202. Mrs. Mary E. Shearer, 409 39th St. 

203. Mrs. Clare Jurgens. 

204. Mrs. G. F. Haglund, 528 Calhoun St. 

205. Mrs. Rohan Lutz. 

206. Ida Weaver. 

207. Mrs. Bernice McPherson. 

208. Naomi Wells. 

209. Mrs. Robert Parcells. 

210. Mrs. E. V. Hodge. 

211. Olga B. Cowger, R.D. 6. 

212. Mrs. Viola Alexander, R.D. 5. 

214. Mrs. Ethel Bower, R.D. 1. 

215. Mrs. Glenn O. Hornback, R.D. 1. 



216. Mrs. Easther Evans, R.D. 1. 

217. Mrs. Aubrey Robinson. 

218. Mrs. Charles Varner, R. 1. 

220. Margaret Wilke, R. 1, Batavia. 

221. Mrs. Raymond Beattv, 9724 Cook Ave. 

222. Mrs. Arthur Hoch, 1044 Park Ave., River 

Forest. 

223. Ray C. Lemka, 1134 S. Weslev Ave. 

224. G. R. Snell, 1024 S. Grove Ave. 

225. Cora Bailiff, R.D. 3. 

226. Erwin L. Graham, R. 1. 

227. Otto Watts, R. 2. 

228. Anna L. Eggneberger. 

229. Herman Wood. 

230. Mrs. Gerald Griffin, R.D. 6. 

231. Mrs. Bertha Hursta, R.D. 3. 

232. Mrs. Margaret Bill, R.D. 5. 

233. S. V. Holt, R. 1, Rio. 

234. Mrs. Henry Heffelfinger. 

235. Bertha Glover. 603 E. Main. 

236. Mrs. Sarah Plunkett, R. 2. 

238. Carman Fish, 335 S. Crescent Ave. 

239. Mrs. Walter Karr, R.D. 

240. Mrs. O. M. Long. 

241. Ruby E. Niles. 

242. Mrs. Orville Jones, 510 S. Tenth. 

243. Mrs. R. H. Remelius, 2530 N. Monroe. 

244. W. D. Johnson, 112 Clifton Ct. 

245. Robert M. Mannschott, 301 E. Virginia Ave., 

Zone 4. 

246. Mrs. Arthur Turner, 120 E. Duryea. 

247. Everett A. Woelfel, 2028 Second St. 

248. Cloie Wilkerson, Box 28. 

249. Winthrop Anderson. 

250. Mrs. J. C. Owens. 

251. Fred C. Young. 

252. Mrs. Annetta Greenlee. 

254. Mrs. Mertie Stanfield. 

255. Bertha Stein, 720 S. First St. 

256. Mrs. Fern Weburg. 

257. Ralph E. Dean, R.D. 1. 

258. Charles I. Smith, 2316 Spring St. 

259. Willis Gardner, Solon Mills. 

260. Clyde Graham. 

261. Flora Moore. 

262. Mrs. Marie Bertram. 

263. Stella Furman, R.D. 2. 

264. Bessie Cox, Hutsonville. 

265. Mrs. Goldie Finch, 901 N. Franklin St. 

267. Royce Strayer, 404 Fourth Ave. 

268. C. A. Carter, Spring Creek Rd. 

269. Mrs. M. E. Eddy. 

270. Mrs. Henry F. Hyde, R.D. 3. 

271. Mrs. Agnes B. Hobart. 

272. Louise Clark, 724 S. Fifth St. 

273. John S. Hamill, 703 N. Green St. 

276. Mrs. C. P. O'Kane. 

277. Juanita Schuneman. 

279. Mrs. Elmer Little. 

280. Mrs. Roy W. Cook. 

281. Mrs. Florence Armstrong, 105 N. Fifth St. 

282. Mrs. Emma McCraw. 

283. Mrs. Janie Masterson, 713 State St., Chester. 

284. Earl K. Stuart, 1900 S. Fourth St. 

285. Earl H. Janssen, 1922 S. Wirt Ave. 

286. Leland Perkins, 301 E. First St. 

287. Mrs. Florence Lehman. 

288. Mrs. R. Moore. 

289. Harry H. Over. 802 Locust St. 

290. Mrs. Georrie I. Barrick. 

291. Lillian Carpenter, 702 N. Wasson. 

292. Mrs. Nola Baughman. 

293. Mrs. Emma J. Griggs. 

294. Edith B. Moore, R.R. 1. 

295. Mrs. Mae Potter, 603 Elmwood. 

296. Mrs. Chester McNeil, Onarga. 

297. Mrs. Ruth Eubanks. 

298. Myrlie R. Boyd, 211 S. L St. 

299. Rena M. Baker. 

300. Mrs. Audrey G. York. 

301. Helen Kellogg, 200 Daggy St. 

302. Emma M. Curtis. 

303. L. E. Tillotson, 905 S. Rose St. 

304. Fred O. Dodd, 24 E. Kenilworth Ave. 

305. Mrs. O. L. McBride. 

306. Mrs. Paul Harden, Box 55. 



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ILLINOIS (continued) 

Mrs. Frank W. Smith, 1940 North Ave. 

Mrs. Albert Burns, 144 W. Third St. 

Hattie G. Glos. 

S. D. Bishop, 321 Allen Ave. 

Mrs. G. A. Clough, 4636 Johnson Ave. 

Camille Spries, 1017 S. State St. 

Earl Jones, 722 College Ave. 

Emma Wear. 

Millard Newlin, R. 2, Box 42. 

Mrs. Vania Yount. 

Gale M. Brooks, 83.5 15th St. 

Fred W. Kaempfer, 790 Prospect Ave. 

Mrs. Luvilla Nadler. 

Lillian EUiott. 

Walter T. Wheeler. 129 North St. 

Margaret Crossett. 

Floyd Meeske. 

Mrs. Bess Reddock. 

INDIANA 

H. A. Fisher, R.R.I, Greenwood. 

Mrs. Golda Lasley, R.R. 4, Lebanon. 

Mrs. Vecil Koch, Box 515. 

Marcellus Hitchcock, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Katie Riddle, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. Samuel Lee, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Herbert Stottlemyer, R.R. 7. 

Donald F. Gilbert, 215 W. Park Ave. 

Marian Clark, R.R. 3. 

Mrs. Zelma Vanderweele. 

Mrs. Addie Metsker, Losantville. 

Eileen Motz, R.R. 4. 

Mrs. E. L. Huffman, 828 S. Main St. 

Mrs. H. E. Cain. 

Mrs. Gerna Mayfield, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Edith Mathews, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. Mabel Kessel, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Ada Shoemaker, R.R. 2., Geneva. 

Murl Shryter, R.R. 1, Monticello. 

Eva Hobaugh. 

Olive Shearer, Box 28. 

Mrs. Frank Ellabarger, R.R. 5, Kokomo. 

Mrs. Alma Wetzel, R.R. 1, Columbus. 

Mrs. Caroline Gard, R.R. 2. 

Virgil C. Meritt, R.R. 6. 

John Rutter. 

Mrs. William C. Hart, Fort Branch. 

Mrs. Mary Needham. 

Mrs. Anna Huffman, R.R. 5, Crawfordsville. 

Mrs. James B. Collins, R.R. 6, Harper Rd. 

Lela Brotherton, 304 E. Washington. 

Mrs. H. E. Wallev, 4327 Northcote Ave. 

David Russell, 318 Jefferson St. 

Kenneth Hurst, 126 Riverview St. 

Mrs. Mabel Penrose, 400 Sycamore St. 

Mrs. J. A. Reeser, 2337 Bellemeade Ave. 

Georgia Hovt, R.R. 6, Box 158 

Mrs. Cecil Hunter, R.R. 1, Pimento. 

Mrs. Flora Sayers. 

Mrs. Grace Fisher, R.R. 1, Winchester. 

Mrs. Orpheus Taylor, R.R. 1, Winchester. 

Mrs. Quince Helm, R.R. 1, Parker. 

Mrs. Faye Hunt, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. Pauline Hollowav, R.R. 6, Marion. 

Herbert G. Willis, 2120 Springfield Ave. 

Mrs. Harry Kepp, R.R. 1, Monticello. 

Mrs. Minnie B. Kern, 600 E. Wabash St. 

Mrs. Frank Galvin, R.R. 6. 

Nelson D. Jones, R.R. 1, Whiteland. 

Russell D. Merrell, R.R. 2, Kokomo. 

Minnie J. Talbot, 4363 Washington St. 

Evelyn Paulson, 124 N. Hancock. 

Robert Taylor, R.R. 1. 

Ward F. Perry, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Gladys Janney, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. Emma Blue, 904 S. Sixth St. 

Mrs. R. E. Tullev, R.R. 5. 

Mrs. Paul Duncan, Box Q. 

O. M. Aders. 

Mrs. Bertha Burkett, R.R. 4, Union City. 

Virginia Rice, Ft. Branch. 

Mrs. Melle Lough. 

Frank Hilyard, 904 Ogan Ave. 

L. E. Updike, R.R. 6. 



Ernest G. Ohrstrom, 2041 W. 60th St. 

Mrs. Grace Clark, 1519 Rembrandt St. 

John Osborn, R.R. 1, Poneto. 

Mrs. May Galloway, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Ruby Himes, R.R. 1, Cromwell. 

Mrs. Stella Gray, R.R. 5, Lebanon. 

Mrs. Mabel McCarty, R.R. 3, Liberty. 

Mrs. Will O. Finch, 121)^ W. Mulberry. 

Mrs. Harriet Tharp, 803 S. EUzabeth St. 

Mrs. Hazel Darrough, R.R. 5. 

Mrs. Ellen Smith, R.R. 2, Andrews. 

Mrs. Alva Korporal, R.R. 1, VanBuren. 

Mrs. Bertha Wilhoite, 804 N. Jamison St. 

Mrs. D. W. Terrill, R.R. 6. 

Clara A. Miller, R.R. 6. 

Mrs. Agnes Beck, R.R. 4. 

Mrs. Mildred Winchester, R.R. 2, Edinburg. 

Mrs. Lester L. Caldwell, R.R. 4. 

Mrs. Rubv Roberts, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Frank Barton, Box 158. 

Icel Shanks, R.R. 1. 

Lois Lowe, Pittsboro. 

Bruce M. Roll, R.R. 1, Walton. 

Claude W. Roller, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Bertha Canwell, R.R. 1, Mooreland. 

Mrs. Thyra Lester, R.R., Modoc. 

Mrs. Hattie E. Morris. 

Harry C. Moore, 510 Whites Ave. 

Mrs. Effie Henderson, Norman. 

Mrs. Arthur Waterman. 

Horace R. Campbell, R.R. 4, Attica. 

Mrs. Ethelyn Wood. 

Irma Pound, R.R., Sullivan. 

Mrs. Robert Wilcox, 124 Fir St. 

John Prosser, 407 Union St. 

Walter H. Casad, R.R. 4. 

Louise Hisor, Franklin Ave. 

Mrs. Mildred N. Noe, Leesburg. 

Claude Shelby. 

Lurella Sherburne, 1207 Ribble Ave. 

Mrs. Mary Gibson, Oakville. 

Authur Cassell, R.R. 1. 

Wash I. Anglin, Etna Green. 

Mrs. Mary E. Taylor, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. Olive Mounts, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. Delcie Horton, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. Alvin Overholdt, 312 N. Market St. 

Earl F. Culver, R.R. 1, Pierceton. 

Wm. Arthur Scott. 

Mrs. Pearl T\vichell. 

Mrs. Velma Thornburg, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Sarah Bowman, R.R. 4. 

Mrs. John Thompson, 906 S. Bridge St. 

Mrs. Millie Naher, R.R. 3. 

Mrs. Eva R. Smith, R.R. 6. 

Mrs. Chloris Retter, R.R. 1, Ridgeville. 

Mrs. Crete N. Heston, 306 Pierce St. 

Mrs. Julia Millspaugh, R.R. 1, Box 94. 

Mrs. Ada Bowman, R.R. 5. 

James Gray, R.R. 3. 

Mrs. Barton Shanks, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Violet Ravi, R.R. 2. 

Lon Brooks, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Beulah Meyer, R.R. 1, N. Manchester. 

Stella Wolter, 222 Jefferson Ave. 

Mrs. Vern Smilev, R.R. 1. 

141, 142, 143. Mrs. Gertrude Krieg, Box 1. 

F. L. Miller, 119 E. Brick Rd. 

Mrs. Emma Hawkins, R.R. 2. 

Mrs. James Wiley, R.R. 2, Poseyville. 

Mrs. Ruby J. Butler, P.O. Box 83. 

Mrs. Alfred A.vTes, R.R. 2, Middletown. 

Mrs. Clara Andrews, R.R. 1, Middletown. 

Mrs. Anna Thrailkill, R.R. 1. 

Albert A. Faurot, 649 Poplar St. 

Dorothy M. Ewing, 320 N. 18th S 

Mrs. Thomas Ritter. 

Mrs. Margaret BLshop, Box 133, Arcadia. 

Mrs. Dorothy Miller, R.R. 1, Atlanta. 

Ardella Anderson, R.R. 5. 

D. A. Dillman, R.R. 1. 

H. L. Vining, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Grace Jones, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Ira Knight, R.R. 1. 

Mrs. Ollie Clawson, R.R. 4. 

Leslie M. Howard, R.R. 3. 



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164. Mrs. Gail Brubaker, R.R. 3. 

165. Charles E. Eshelman. 

166. Mrs. Ola Dungan, R.R. 3. 

167. Zora Kern, 30 N. Eighth St. 

168. Ray Irwin, R.R. 1. 

169. Pearl Allen, 1635 Cleveland Ave. 

170. Orval Brouse, 609 E. Washington St. 

171. Mrs. Ethel Clevenger, R.R. 2, Farmland. 

172. Nelda Harlan, R.R. 3, Ridgeville. 

173. Mrs. Ruby M. Owens, 213H N. Meridian St. 

174. Mrs. Cletie Thompson. 

175. Mrs. Ray Thompson, R.R. 1. 

176. Mrs. Robert Fulwider, R.R. 4, Crawfordsville. 

177. M. L. Shroyer, R.R. 1. 

178. Mrs. Nora Wilson, R.R. 2, Galveston. 

179. Mrs. Ella Taylor, R.R. 1. 

180. Mrs. Elsie Banta, R.R. 5, Union City. 

182. Walter Drake, R.R., Versailles. 

183. Mrs. Lizzie Moffett, R.R. 5. 

184. Mrs. Mertie Riegle, R.R. 4, Greenville. 

185. Joe MacFarland, R.R. 1, Ansonia. 

186. J. W. Lamb. 

187. E. Timmons, R.R., New Madison. 

188. Mrs. Nellie Hassan, R.R. 2. 

189. Wm. Jacob Rhoades,-R.R. 1, New Weston. 

190. Isabelle Brewer, R.R. 2, Greenville. 

191. Mrs. Dehlah Beams, R.R. 5, Celina. 

IOWA 

2. Mrs. Bessie Hansen. 

3. George Dunn. 

4. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, 117 W. College St. 

5. Mrs. Ernest M. Speedy. 

6. Henrv L. Eichling, 806 Brockridge .\ve. 

7. Harold Heefner, 409 N. High St. 

8. Georgianna Lake, R.D. 

9. Vera B. Hook. 

10. Mrs. D. N. Essick. 

11. Gertrude E. Talcott. 

12. Ethel Morrow, 805 Cedar St. 

13. Mrs. Helmer Carlberg. 

14. Mrs. Edward Rholfs. 

15. Paul W. Baker. 

17. Mrs. Carl Speas, Montezuma. 

18. Mrs. Ethel M. Duncan. 

19. Mrs. Charles S. Weston. 

20. Mrs. Ed. Wheeler, R.R. 

21. Mrs. W. C. Tyrrell, Jr. 

22. Mrs. Helen Leonard, R.R. 4, Des Moines, 

Zone 13. 

23. Mrs. Warren McCoskey. 

24. B. E. McElwain. 

25. Mrs. J. W. Corrouglj. 

26. Dot Meacham, R.D. 

27. Mrs. E. P. Healy, 296 E. Fourth St. 

28. Ray Elman. 

29. Mrs. William Forting. 1418 Jefferson St. 

30. Mrs. Will Owens. 

31. Mrs. Maurice B. Jensen. 

32. Mrs. Charles Schwanke, 510 Clav St. 

33. Ella S. Merriman, 2018 Washington Ave., 

S E 

34. Mr.s. Bernhardt Ivraus, 511 Si.Kth St., S.E. 

35. V. V. Brown. 

36. Mrs. Ira Deam. 

37. Mrs. Inez Miller, 1104 Clark St. 

38. Harold Fritz, Lansing. 

39. Mrs. Althea J. Lewis, Clarion. 

40. Ross R. Rogers. 

42. Mrs. Adaline Elsberry. 

43. C. Bruce Bickle, 1720 N. Second St. 

44. Vernon C. Peters, 1419 N. Third St. 

46. Mrs. Luther Williams, Columbus City. 

47. Mrs. Ray L. Sweet, R. 2, Charles Citv. 

48. Mrs. Helena Johnson, 702 Ninth St. 

49. Ruth Mitchell. 

50. Clara F. Gerst, Box 355. 

51. Ray Holmes, 3106 Avenue E. 

52. Lucy L. Lewis, 633 Second Ave., S.E. 

53. Mrs. Leon Morrison, 911 W. Montgomery St. 

55. Mrs. Josephine Mathers. 

56. George Mathews. 

57. E.E. Kolb,2602FarnamSt. 

58. Mrs. Henry C. Bendt, 2217)^ W. Fourth St. 



59. E.C.Bailey, 710 Vernon St. 

60. Ruth E.Park. 

61. Mrs. Charles A. Rawson, 3221 Grand Ave., 

Zone 12. 

62. Mrs. W. H. Mockridge, 803 Eighth St. 

65. Mrs. Alfred Ross. 

66. L. H. Kammueller, 366 W. Locust St. 

67. Charles M. Glasson, 1315 W. Fifth St. 

68. Mrs. C. A. Brockert, 1245 Wood St. 

69. Gertrude Christensen, R. 1. 

70. Mrs. Anita Benedict, 409 S. Cadwell Ave. 

71. Mrs. WiUiam Hunt. 

72. Mrs. Grace W. Seifert. 

73. Mrs. Francis Wilson, Strawberry Point. 

74. L. W. Hall. 

75. James Nuckolls. 

76. Ida M. Wilke 

77. Mrs. G. Rorem. 

78. L. A. Wiedeman, R. 1. 

79. E. Gerry Swanton, 2007 E. Seventh St. 

80. L. J. Oldaker. 

82. Mrs. Paul Slattery. 

84. Mrs. L. D. Martin. 

85. Mrs. Doris Henstorf. 

86. Mrs. Freda Speas, R. 4, Marshalltown. 

88. Mrs. Carl Flanagan. 

89. M. M. Kaemmerer. 

90. Mrs. G. O. Dunkerson. 

91. Ida E. Hansen, 415 N. Clark St. 

93. C. V. Fmdlav, 1707 Eighth Ave., S. 

94. Mrs. Melvin Tysdal. 

95. Mrs. C. O. Fisch. 

96. Mrs. Galen Ward, R. 1, Ames. 

98. EUzabeth Lewis. 

99. Emma L. Hanna, 7 N. Chestnut St. 

100. Mrs. Carrie Young. 

101. Mrs. Eldon Kurth. 

102. Ruth Knights, R.R. 5, Marshalltown. 

103. Mrs. S. A. Bennett. 

104. Wilford S. Smiley. 1007 East St. 

105. Mrs. Harold Tice, R. 3. 

107. L. H. Davis. 

108. Leo Billings. 

109. Mrs. Wallace Ryan, Chelsea. 

110. Mrs. S. Q. French. 

111. Otto N. Johnson, 210 N. Third St. 

112. Mrs. Winton Waite. 

113. Mrs. Anna B. Carpenter, 217 E. Davenport. 

114. Mrs. John L. Thomas, R. 4. 

115. B. R. Bryson. 

118. Mrs. M. C. Tyler, Box 33. 

119. Mrs. Lillie Hooper, 622 Morgan St 

120. Mrs. Edw. Atterberg, R. 2. 

121. Mrs. James A. Craig. 

122. H. H. Thomas. 

123. Mrs. Opal Bolton. 

124. Hilda M. Johnson, R.D. 3, Marshalltown. 

125. Mrs. R. W. Wyant. 

126. Mrs. Mary Coffin. 

127. Mrs. Fanny B. Harvey, Cranston. 

128. Mrs. Frank Hofmeister. 

129. Mrs. Elsie Gilmore. 

130. Mrs. Zora Pitsenbarger, R.R. 

131. Mrs. George R. Trygg. 

133. Rex J. Bellinger, 510 W. Second St. 

134. Mrs. P. M. Carlson, R. 1, Box 65. 

135. M. H. Runkle, R.D. 4. 

136. Mrs. Josephine HowTey, R.R. 1, Rockwell 

City. 

137. Lulu B. Hinman, 310 N. Eliza St. 

138. Sara Nott, 907 1 1th St. 

139. George A. Olson, 111 N. Tenth St. 

140. Mrs. John Belfanz, 11 River Heights Dr. 

142. Gertrude M. Turnbull, R.D. 1. 

143. Mrs. Gilbert Taplin. 

144. Mrs. George P. Woods. 

145. Mrs. Carrie C. Ivers, R., Box 122. 

146. Mrs. S. Alice Pearson. 

148. Mrs. F. D. Hayden, 324 Chestnut St. 

149. Mrs. J. E. Rouse. 

150. Mrs. Claude Farmer, R.R. 1. 

151. Mary Guss, 208 Locust St. 

152. W. E. Hall. 

154. Mrs. Wilham McQuesten, 308 Cherry St. 

155. Pearle R. Barnhart, 514 W. Third St. 

156. D wight B. Grawe. 



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IOWA (continued) 

157. Mrs. Mont Caglev. 

158. Mrs. Wendell Paul, Kellogg. 

159. Mrs. H. L. Danielson. 

160. Mrs. Retta Wilkins, 810 E. Main St. 

161. Mrs. Nathan W. Keith, 603 W. Fifth St., S. 

162. Mrs. J. A. Mackerman, R.R. 1. 

163. Mrs. Edith E. McArthur. 

164. Harriet M. Wilmarth. 

165. Mrs. Ben K. Fenton. 

166. Bernard O. Dugdale, 315 W. Fifth St., S. 

167. Mrs. Dennis Clark. 

168. Maude Holmes, Box 74. 

169. Mrs. Edith Bovd, R. 1, Creston. 

170. E. J. Scofield, 832 State St. 

171. Delia R. Wright, Box 228. 

172. R. S. Findlay. 

173. John R. Willmott. 

174. Mrs. Max Riley, 405 N. Sheridan Ave. 

175. Axel O. Ask, 1315 E. Fourth St. 

176. John Hancock, 825 E. WilUams St. 

177. Mrs. Carrie Wilson. 

178. Ursel Stiles. 

179. Melvin Fastenow. 

181. Frank Wells. 

182. Mrs. Jacob Skaar. 

184. Mrs. Otto Koenemann, 811 Hammond St. 

185. Mrs. B. L. Robinson. 

186. Mrs. Emma D. Aker. 

187. Mrs. Ella Reimers. 

188. Mrs. Maude Breeding. 

189. Hazel Cleveland, R.D. 1, Hornick. 

190. Louis Hagedorn. 

191. Mrs. Marvel Whitten. 

192. Mrs. C. B. Osborne. 

193. Mrs. Thomas Witmer, R.R. 2. 

194. Wilbur S. Milroy, R.D. 2, Manchester. 

195. Mrs. Mary P. Wolf. 

196. Grace E. Scott, 513 Ninth St. 

197. Florence Kemp, 115 E. Clarinda Ave. 

198. Bernice Willemssen, 520 Fifth Ave. 

199. Thomas Elliott, 3226 Myrtle St., Zone 17. 

200. Mrs. John Sears, 1711 Isabella St., Zone 17. 

201. Mildred Blunt, R.D. 

202. Mrs. A. L. Calderhead. 

204. Henry Franz. 

205. Anna Elder, 205 E. Fifth St. 

207. Mrs. Jennie Howard. 

208. Mrs. E. T. Warren. 

211. Mrs. C. M. Rice. 

212. B. F. Thomas. 

213. Mrs. Marie Behensee, R. 2, Council Bluffs. 

214. Robert Ambrose. 

215. Mrs. Charles C. Kale. 

217. Edna Buckwalter. 

218. Paul Kouba. 

219. H. E. Colby, 1155 Bertch St. 

221. Mrs. T. F. Kenny, 41 Mulberry. 

222. Mrs. Eliza Hunnerberg. 

223. Olive Bateman, 926 Elm St. 

224. Esther Skow. 

225. Mrs. O. B. Lilly. 

226. Mrs. C. E. Whiting. 

227. Mrs. C. C. Lane. 

228. Mrs. Coe Braden. 

229. Mrs. Mary Franck. 

KANSAS 

1. Albert Adolf, Beeler. 

3. Mrs. Helen Cate. 

4. Niles C. Endsley. 

5. Mrs. A. O. Johnson, 501 N. Bluff. 

6. Mrs. Earl Downing, 210 W. Madison. 

7. Joan Macy. 

8. Mrs. N. G. F. Douglass. 

9. David Schwartz. 

10. B. W. Gardner, R.R. 2. 

11. Mrs. Mary D. Jessee. 

12. Mr.s. Henry Kilian, 222 W. Sixth St. 

13. Zona B. Branton, Bellaire. 

14. Mrs. A. J. Kenwell, 520 Columbia St. 

15. Mrs. Pauline Markley, R.R. 2. 

16. Mrs. Will Bare, R.R. 1. 

17. Fred W. Winter. 

18. Mrs. Letta M. Tate. 



20. Mrs. A. H. Schutte. 

21. Mrs. W. A. Maxson. 

22. Sarah A. Atherton, 828 Exchange. 

24. Trevor L. Rees, R.R. 4. 

25. Mrs. H. Brookover, 215 N. School. 

27. Mrs. Minola Burke. 

28. Mrs. Inez A. Dunn. 

29. Mrs. Ray Duncan. 

32. Guy G. Gordon. 2537 17th. 

33. Mrs. John Schoonover. 

34. Paul Szidat, 1124 W. Walnut St. 

35. Zella M. Andrews, 300 Oregon St. 

36. Mrs. D. C. Martindell, 309 E. 12th. 

37. Mrs. M. M. Crossfield, 1014 N. Tenth. 

38. Neil W. Hill, 5501 Chadwick Rd. 

39. Mrs. Frank Korab, 816 N. Washington Blvd. 

40. H. W. Carrier, 3605 State Line, Kansas City, 

Zone 2, Mo. 

41. Grace M. Jensen, 117 Barber. 

42. Mrs. Albert L. Dunwell, 2207 S. 26th, R.R. 6. 

43. Mrs. Amy Bishop, R.R. 4. 

44. Mrs. L. C. Workman. 

45. Mary McMahon. 

46. Alice Campbell. 

47. Jean Russell, 700 Ohio. 

48. H. R. Sparrow, 224 Third Ave. 

49. Mrs. Roy Wills. 

51. Mrs. Edna Gislar, 212 E. Court St. 

52. Mrs. Paul C. Perry. 

53. Mary Anderson. 

54. Verna Shaw, 109 S. Main. 

55. Mrs. M. C. Dotson, R.R. 7, Wichita. 

56. F. I. Burt, 1127 Bluemont. 

57. Mrs. Mabel Smith. 
68. Mrs. Frank Swanson. 

59. Mrs. Eva Davis. 

60. Charles R. Sanford. 

61. Mrs. Leona Colip. 

63. Mrs. K. W. Cupps. 

64. Oliver Rice. 

65. Mrs. Maude Durham. 

67. Florence Abbey, 217 E. Third. 

68. Effie E. Parker, 601 W. Park. 

69. M. L. Van Ornam. 

70. E. S. Anderson. 

72. Mrs. Roy Hays. 

73. Clara Kaiser,"324 W. Fifth. 

74. Lester R. Love. 

76. Mrs. Joe Nunemaker, Langdon. 

77. Mrs. Sylvia Finley, R.R. 2, Brewster. 

79. John T. Blasdel, R.R. 1, Sylvia. 

80. Mrs. Ralph M. Racine, 208 Kansas St. 

81. Mrs. Joe McGintv, 125 S. Fifth. 

82. Mrs. A. R. Plumer, 503 Madison. 

83. Ladoit Firkins. 

84. Margaret Ludvickson. 

85. Mrs. B. M. Shandley. 

86. Minnie Deister. 

87. Mrs. Hanna Urbansky. 

88. Mrs. C. W. Totten. 

89. Mrs. J. B. Winslow. 

90. Mrs. Ethel B. Hunter, 1250 Clay St. 

91. Mrs. W. B. Hixson, 355 Jewel. 

92. Mrs. W. H. McMahon, 4010 W. 21.st. St. 

93. Mrs. Eileen Catron, 1827 N. Tyler St. 

94. Mrs. Edith Woolridge. 

95. Edith Shaffer. 

97. Fern Normandin. 

98. Jean Young, 908 W. Harvey. 

99. Mrs. A. S. Robson. 
100. Raymond Goodman. 

102. Glenn E. Merrill, 1540 Fairmount. 

103. Mrs. Jessie E. Hanscome, 201 N. Spruce. 

KENTUCKY-TENNESSEE 

1. Mrs. D. McPherson. 

2. H. B. Turner. 

4. G. M. Humble. 

5. Mrs. Mabel S. Wilson, 116 Stivers Ave. 

6. Katherine Riley, 3105 14th Ave. 

7. John Odum. 

8. Mrs. Ella V. Lewis. 

9. Mrs. C. E. Johnson. 

10. Mrs. C. E. Sumner. 

11. Mary L. Jewett, R.D. 1, Box 6. 

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KENTUCKY-TENNESSEE (continued) 

13. David F. Bender, 1021 16th Ave., N. 

14. Mr.s. Perlev F. A^ers. 

15. Mrs. Ethel" Hugbett. 
17. Mary Ann Roberts. 

LOUISIANA (White) 

1. Eula Belle Green. 

2. Gerald Avant, R.D. 2. 

3. Mrs. M. D. Heard. 
4 Marie Abbott. 

5. Mrs. J. Q. Adams, 712 E. Charles St. 

6. Mrs. Gene Reynolds, Oberlin. 

7. Mrs. Odel Garlington. 

8. T. A. Sconce. 

9. Louie Johnson. 

10. Mary Brown, R. 1. 

11. Mrs. W. A. Cole. 

12. Mrs. H. M. Wallace, R.D. 4. 

LOUISIANA (Colored) 

2. Valmont Sparrow, R. 1, Box 32, New Iberia. 

3. Joseph, Boykins. 

4. Mrs. Lizzie Brown, Box 85. 

5. Mrs. M. E. Welton, R. 2, Box 19, Thibodaux. 

6. Louis Simon, Box 54. 

7. Mrs. Violet Cazabatt, 1007 Canal St. 

8. Mrs. Eva Thompson, 335 Franklin St. 

9. Cora Lee Joseph, Star R.A, Box 59. 

10. Mrs. L. D. Mack, 520 Weeks St. 

11. Mrs. E. Wliitfield, 2940 Pauger St. 

12. Mrs. Eloise A. Thornhill, 2216 Jackson St. 

13. Rev. H. H. Dunn, 2924 Louisiana Ave. 

MAINE 

1. Mrs. Ruby Stone. 

2. Mrs. Hazel M. Wardwell, R.D. 1, E. Stone- 

ham. 

3. Mrs. Carrol P. Reals. 

4. Mrs. Emma M. Jewett, R.D. 1, Wiscasset. 

5. Mrs. Mary Jordan, Amherst. 

6. Mrs. Alice B. Thurston. 

7. Elizabeth R. Cummings. 

8. Mrs. Clayton S. Turner. 

9. Leslie M. Cole, 170 Davis Ave. 

10. Mrs. Edward A. Parker. 

11. Lovinia W. Simpson, 52 Foster Ave. 

12. Mrs. William H. Bradford, 6 Glenwood Ave. 

13. Mrs. Maud Burnell. 

14. Carl E. Delano, 31 Harthorn Ave. 

15. Mrs. Laura M. Nash, 16 North St. 

16. Mrs. June Garran, R.D. 1. 

17. Mrs. Norman Getchell, 134 Palm St. 

18. Robert H. Burns, 242 Nowell Rd. 

19. Mrs. B. L. Hadlev, 62 Ledge Lawn Ave. 

20. Jane Goodman, 18 Allen St. 

21. Luther S. Thompson, 19 Andrews Rd. 

22. Mrs. W. Addison Hartshorn, 24 Condon St. 

23. Walter G. Hatch. 

24. Mrs. Kate R. Wood, R.D. 2, Waterville. 

25. Mrs. Pearl A. Tibbetts, 60 Main St. 

27. Albion M. Benson, 208 South St. 

28. Mrs. Myrtie C. Cummings. 

29. Mrs. Annie B. Walsh. 

31. Mrs. Lillian M. Emerson. 

32. Mrs. B. W. Rand, 41 Oak St. 

33. Villa T. Stahl, Waldoboro. 

34. Harlev C. Bulk, 132 Wilson St. 

35. Fred H. Lindsay, 609 S. Main St. 

36. Minnie A. Lewis, R.D. 1. 

37. Mrs. Gertrude A. Irish. 

38. Mrs. Julia M. Chadbourne. 

39. Milton W. Russell. 

40. H. S. Pattershall. 

41. Anna Taplev Cotton. 

42. Mrs. Priscilla H. Blake. 

43. Mrs. Ellen Chambers, 6 High St. 

44. Gerald G. Wilder. 

45. Mrs. Harold S. Morse. 

46. Mrs. Harry Bolstridge, Box 103, Portage Lake. 

47. Mrs. Inez E. Hayden. 

48. Mrs. Alice R. Bodge, Bar Mills. 

49. Mrs. Marion E. I. Hague, R.D. 3, Gorham. 

50. George B. Bates. 

51. Mrs. Warren Cook, R.D. 



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102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
110. 
111. 
112. 
113. 
114. 
115. 
116. 
117. 
119. 
120. 
121. 
122. 
123. 
124. 
125. 
126. 
127. 
128. 
130. 
131. 
132. 
133. 
134. 
135. 
136. 
137. 
138. 
139. 
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141. 
142. 
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144. 



Philip E. Leonard. 

Mrs. Dora E. Prout, Wells Rd. 

Mrs. W^alter E. York. 

Mrs. Margaret Harvey. 

Florence Oliver. 

Beatrice E. Spurling. 

Annie S. Ricker. 

Mrs. Christina Dearborn, R.D. 2. 

Mrs. Florence B. Watkins. 

Mrs. Alice Stanley. 

Mrs. Agnes H. Spurling. 

Luther I. Bonney. 

Mrs. Minnie Doughty, E. Holden. 

Beatrice H. Marshall. 

Ralph A. Gray. 

Mrs. Daisy B. Snowman. 

Dennis E. Gray. 

Hazel M. Ingalls. 

Mrs. Mary S. Gardner. 

Mrs. Bella M. Foss. 

Mrs. Mary E. Coding. 

Mrs. Bernice W. Sterling, 42 Davis St. 

Mrs. Ida Z. Eveleth, R.D; 2, Lisbon Falls. 

Roland Joudry. 

Alice M. Green. 

Annie M. Adams. 

Mrs. Maynard F. Douglas. 

Mrs. Charles A. Haynes, 26 South St. 

James E. Young. 

Henry T. Merrill, R.D. 5, Portland. 

Mrs. Ellen Terison, R.D. 5, Portland. 

Mrs. Hazel T. Newman, 39 High St. 

Mrs. Florence Weymouth, 24 High St. Farm- 
ington. 

Mrs. Perry Burbank. 

Eva Scates. 

Mrs. William B. Pinkham. 

Mrs. Maude S. Hopkins. 

Effie M. Flye. 

Mrs. Olive D. Loring. 

Ellen Talbot, R.D. 2. 

Abby E. Ballard. 

Lillian Gordon, 48 State St. 

Mrs. Nettie Bagley. 

Mrs. Elmore L. Roberts. 

Mrs. Estelle Spaulding, 28 Union St. 

Ajrene Nickerson. 

Mrs. Emma Colwell. 

Mrs. Aline L. Wilson, R.D. 2, Brunswick. 
John H. Haverinen, R.D. 1, Norway. 

Mrs. Nellie L. Scribner, E. Hiram. 

Mrs. Marguerite Hodgkins, R.D. 5, Brewer. 

Mrs. LiUian A. Maddocks. 

M. Louise Cummings, 4>^ Highland Ave. 

Mrs. Dora Sawtelle, R.D., Farmington. 

Mrs. Rhoda Herbert. 

Ava M. Rich. 

Mrs. Grace M. Sterling, Moose River. 

Ora M. Morton, R.D. 2, Brooks. 

Maxwell J. Kelley. 

Roy A. Evans. 

Mrs. Stanley Thirkell. 

Mrs. Eleanor M. Hamm. 

J. Percy Amee. 

Mrs. Mildred Foster, 62 Rogers Rd. 

Walter R. Lord. 

Mrs. Marjorie Smith, 142 Wood St. 

Mrs. Cora L. C. Cram. 

Mrs. Dorothy Chick. 

Mrs. Ella P. Burr. 

Mrs. Ellen R. Connors, Lincolnville. 

Mrs. Rachel Rathbun, R.D. 2. 

Sophronia S. Teel. 

James C. Kilgour, Jr. 

Mrs. Cora Cook, E. Stoneham. 

Mrs. Agatha McBride. 

Stella A. McEacharn, 49 Center St. 

Mrs. Corinne B. Small. 

Ernest C. Weston, 98 Madison Ave. 

George B. Jacobs, R.D. 4, Skowhegan. 

Mrs. Claude Linnell, Wentworth Location, 

N. H. 
Mrs. Ada F. Smith, R.D., Machias. 
Mrs. Pearl Hackett. 
Henrietta H. Ames. 
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MAINE (continued) 

146. Eugenia F. Dickson, Ridlonville. 

147. Mrs. Ella P. Grant. 

148. Mrs. Herbert Johnson. 

149. Mrs. William Thorndike, 16 Katahdin Ave. 

150. Mrs. Jennie P. Giddings, R.D. 4, Auburn. 

152. Mrs. Susie Bragdon. 

153. F. M. Hescock. 

154. Norma C. Fernald. 

155. Mrs. Laura M. Candage. 

156. Mrs. Ruth D. Tracy. 

157. Mrs. Nina C. Chaney, Head Tide. 

158. Raymond Cole. 

160. R. C. Chandler. 

161. John C. Folsom. 

162. Mrs. Mildred Jackson. 

163. Mrs. Nellie Hooper. 

165. Mrs. Frances Voter. 

166. Mrs. Mabel W. Ketchum. 

167. Maude A. Johnson. 

168. Lydia Kimball, R.D., Cumberland Center. 

169. Mrs. Eldora M. Watson. 

170. Mrs. Evelyn Waldron, 7 Winter St. 

171. Mrs. E. F. Cousins, 94 N. Fourth St. 

172. Mrs. Helen Hammond. 

173. Charlotte B. Brewster. 

174. Mrs. Milo A. Crook, R.D. 3, S. Brewer. 

176. Mrs. Maud Willard. 

177. Mrs. Kate Starbird. 

178. Caroline E. Hammond, 2 E. Main St. 

179. Jack Immonen, R.D. 1, Buckfield. 

180. Mrs. Myra H. Clark. 

181. Bessie E. Walker. 

182. Abbie F. Minott. 

183. F. M. Lapham. 

185. Mrs. Fred C. Stevens. 

186. Theodore B. Fobes, Box 106, Zone 6. 

187. Richard H. Goodrich, 102 Morning St., Zone 3. 

188. Ida E. Cummings, 1170 Congress St. 

189. Carl C. Coffin, 135 Glenwood Ave., Zone 5. 

190. Tennys B. Wadsworth, 101 Codman St. 

Zone 5. 

191. Helen M. Wells, 11 Abbott St., Zone 5. 

192. Enos E. Johnson, 367 St. John St. 

193. Mrs. James H. Jackson, 25 Abbott St., Zone 5. 

194. W. J. Pervier. 

195. Hazel A. Cook, R.D. 2. 

196. Mrs. Marjorie Brown. 

197. H. Ethel Mann. 

198. Mrs. Albion Goodwin. 

199. Joseph E. Blaisdell, 14 Shaw Ave. 

200. Mrs. Clara M. Stein. 

201. Mrs. Florice Goddard, Rumford Center. 

202. Mrs. Harry N. Nielson, 263 Beach St. 

204. Mrs. Emma M. Jones. 

205. John V. Tucker. 301 Main St. 

206. Elwood L. Howard, R.D. 

207. Mrs. Gladys Wvman. 

208. Mabel E. Dodge, Pine Point. 

209. James H. Duncan. 

210. Mrs. Florence P. Griffin. 

211. Mary A. Babb, Convene. 

212. Emily Crockett. 

215. Mrs. George Carr, Cedar St. 

216. Mrs. Emma M. French. 

217. Jennie de R. Ricker, 117 Portland St. 

218. Mrs. Lottie H. Gamage. 

219. Mrs. Beulah M. Duffy, 8 Edwards St. 

220. Mrs. Ellen K. Nelson, 18 High St., Thomaston. 

221. Elizabeth Lawler. 

222. E. Augusta Trask. 

224. Mrs. Horace G. Buzzell. 

225. Mrs. George Dole. 

227. Mrs. Flora A. Seelev, Sandv Point. 

228. Mrs. Mildred F. Bartlett. 

229. Mrs. Eleanor Bobbins. 

230. Mrs. Eva V. Knowles. 

232. Charlotte E. Hicks. 

233. Mariane E. Kennison. 

234. Mrs. Hazel B. Morris. 

235. Mrs. Mary L. Waldo, 37 Gleason St. 

236. Dorrice L. Cross. 

237. Mrs. Eleanor Cochran. 

238. Mrs. Wilford H. Kittredge, McKinley. 
240. Charles Talbot. 



241. Mrs. Jennie L. Judkins. 

242. Winifred Watson. 

243. Evelyn G. Morgan, R. 1, Augusta. 

244. Mrs. Doris Porter, R. 1. 

245. Mrs. Annie Moholland, R.D. 7, Bangor. 

246. Mrs. Carl Metcalf. 

247. Frances K. Spear. 

248. Mrs. June J. Pike. 

250. Winthrop H. Stanley, 145 College Ave. 

251. Mrs. Dorothy Winter. 

253. Mrs. Ethel C. York. 

254. Donald K. Saunders, 4 Burton St. 

255. Harold N. Lord, 148 Forest St. 

256. Genevieve Dinsmore. 

258. Mrs. Herbert W. Sewall. 

259. Mrs. Mildred S. Harlow, R.D. 2, Gorham. 

260. Mrs. Minnie C. Garland, R.D. 2, Waterville. 

261. Mildred C. Haley. 

262. Mrs. R. R. Rogers. 

263. Mrs. Madeline F. Reed, Bath Rd. 

264. Mrs. Percy Bailey. 

265. Mrs. Mabel S. Ward, 14 High St. 

266. Mrs. Myrtle Eldredge. 

267. Florence A. Paul. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

1. Barbara Packard, 63 Walnut St. 

2. Mrs. Blanche Bailey, 22 Bates St., N. Abing- 

ton. 

3. Mrs. Charles E. Smith, Brook St. 

4. Carolyn Tuttle, School St., S. Acton. 

5. Donald A. LLnscott, 49 Orchard St. 

6. Mrs. Anna C. Pond, 719 Main St. 

7. Mrs. Nettie D. Hastings, 23 Southwick St., 

Feeding Hills. 

8. Hazel B. Edgar, 30 Orchard St. 

9. Mrs. Frances M. BrowTi, 18 Rocky Hill Rd. 

10. Mrs. Irene L. Wilson, 338 Main St. 

11. Ruth E. Sherburne, 89 N. Prospect St. 

12. Mrs. Bessie D. Taylor, 29 Hazel Ave. 

13. Mildred S. Brown, 81 Meadow St., N. 

Amherst. 

14. Eleanor F. Bishop, 21 Spaulding St. 

15. Mrs. Kenneth Thayer, R.D. 1. 

16. Steven T. Bvington, Ballard Vale. 

17. Mrs. John C. Angus, 119 Main St. 

18. Arthur W. Bassett, Hidden Rd. 

19. Herbert P. Carter, 181 Lowell St. 

20. Albert W. Wunderly, 9 Lincoln St., Zone 74. 

21. Mrs. Donald O. Nylander, 70 Buena Vista 

Rd., Zone 74. 

22. Bertha M. Davis. 

23. Mabel L. Adams, Main St. 

24. Luther H. Hayes. 

25. Jonathan Sears. 

26. Edson C. Gates, 14 Esty St. 

27. Leslie W. Briggs, 996 Pleasant St. 

28. Bertram F. McCartney, 214 Park St. 

29. Robert Butterworth, 27 Randolph .\ve., 

S. Attleboro. 

30. Eugene O. Parsons, 6 Leicester St. 

31. Minnie H. Evans, 63 E. Main St. 

32. WilUam H. Hawley, 10 Pleasant St. 

33. Mrs. Helene J. Crocker, Centerville. 

34. Merton V. Dottridge, School St., Cotuit. 

35. Mrs. Ellen Fisk, West Barnstable. 

36. Mrs. Ruth A. Oilman, Church St., R.D., West 

Barnstable. 

37. Grace S. Whippee, Pleasant St. 

38. Mrs. James B. Turner, R.D. 1, Chester. 

39. Mrs. Ruth B. Smith. 

40. Ruth M. Livermore, 12 Beacon St. 

41. Mrs. William E. Shaw, N. Main St. 

42. Carlton Miller, 69 Waverly St., Zone 78. 

43. Joseph G. Van Norman, 49 Pilgrim Rd. 

44. Marion B. Steuerwald, 5 Colonial Ter. 

45. Mrs. Luella A. McCall, R.D. 1, Taunton. 

46. Robert E. Taylor, Central St. 

47. Mrs. Percy Buchan. 

48. Helen V> Gay, 10 Pearl St. 

49. Mary Goodwin, 30 Hillcrest Ave. 

50. Fred H. Wallis, 27 Conant St. 

51. Jacob W. Johnson, 20 Sturtevant St. 

52. Mrs. Victoria B. Ferrin, 1 Lovett Ct. 

53. Mrs. Thelma P. Locke, R.D., Spring St. 

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MASSACHUSETTS (continued) 

55. Mrs. Mabel B. Bent, R.D. 1, Woburn. 

56. Morton C. Matteson, Prospect St. 

57. Susan E. Tiffany, Gore Rd. 

58. Mrs. Louinda Gibbs. 

59. Mrs. Everett W. Abbott, 169 Hunnewell Ave., 

Newton 58. 

60. Levan M. Aaronian, 17 Kennison Rd., Somer- 

ville 43. 

61. Roy B. Stewart, 56 Dunboy St., Brighton 35. 

62. Earle B. Thresher, 78 Surrey St., Brighton 35. 

63. James H. Finger, 67 Newbury St. 

64. Mona E. Shute, 29 Auburn St., Charlestown 

29. 

65. Lucia Mikaelian, 9 Ellery St.. Cambridge 38. 

66. Mrs. C. P. Corkum, 63 Vinson St., Dorchester 

22. 

67. Mrs. Stella L. Ziegler, 44 Wendover St., 

Dorchester 22. 

68. Chester W. Pike, 46 Rockwell St., Dorchester 

22. 

69. Hannah Drummond, 167 Eliot St., Milton 86. 

70. Doris Seaberg, 20 Wordsworth St., East 

Boston 28. 

71. Luigi Mariano, 183 Webster St., East Boston 

28. 

72. Sven J. Hoosler, 35 Norway Pk., Hyde Park 

36. 

73. Bertha Holzer, 29 Collins St., Hyde Park 36. 

74. Arthur A. Brown, 709 Metropolitan Ave., 

Hyde Park 36. 

75. Abraham Shire, 82 Glen Rd., Jamaica Plain 30. 

76. Mrs. Richard Douglas, 7 Lamartine PL, 

Jamaica Plain 30. 

77. Alban F. Rosene, 114 Sargent St., Newton 

Centre 59. 

78. Mrs. MUdred Eames, 35 McKone St., Dor- 

chester 22. 

79. Harold S. Davis, 42 Mt. Vernon St. 

80. Walter W. Newton, 32 Chatham St., Cam- 

bridge 38. 

81. Charles P. Raymond, 29 Arborough Rd., 

Roslindale 31. 

82. Percival FitzGerald, 7 Mayfair St., Roxbury 

19. 

83. Carl J. Youngren, 44 Alleghany St., Roxbury 

20. 

84. J. O. Omdahl, 603 Pleasant St., Milton 86. 

85. Mrs. Irene Robinson, 89 Munroe St., ~Roxbury. 

86. Horatio S. Card, 411 Massachusetts .'^ve., 

Boston. 

87. Mrs. Doris B. Cox, 257 Emerson St., S. Boston. 

88. John MacDonald, 38 St. Botolph St. 

89. Mrs. Laura P. Forde, 12 Ivory St., West Rox- 

bury. 

90. G. Waldo Livermore, Hill Rd., R.D., West 

Acton. 

91. Winnifred C. Parkhurst, Brook View Rd. 

93. Margaret L. Adams. 

94. Ray O. Worthen, 103 Hollis Ave., Zone 84. 

95. Corinne E. Benson, 34 Winthrop Rd., S. Brain- 

tree 85. 

96. Mrs. Lester M. Lane, 15 South St. 

97. Edward W. Toole, 1185 Pleasant St. 

98. Mrs. E. G. Clark, East Brimfield. 

99. Mrs. Marv R. Worby. 

100. Carrie H. Thacher, 297 Moraine St. 

101. Mrs. Nannie Baker, 121 Foster St. 

102. Howard J. Kennedy, 39 Clarence St. 

103. Clara M. Keith, 1219 Main St., Campello. 

104. Marv B. Faunce, 114 Cherry St. 

105. Dorothy M. Gates, 16 Hale St. 

106. Mrs. Rachel Robidoux, S. Maple St. 

107. Joseph W. Cowles, 115 Freeman St. 

108. Frederick A. Leavitt, 166 Tappan St. 

109. Charles W. Trow. 

110. Orrav S. Skelton, Cambridge St. 

111. Kathrvn Brown, R.D., Rowley. 

112. Roger B. Taft, 41 Cedar Rd., Belmont 78. 

113. R. Grant Allen, 260 Massachusetts Ave., 

Arlington 74. 

114. Helen F. Carroll, 53 Fairmont St., Zone 39. 

115. Walter F. Russell, 140 Elm St., Zone 39. 

116. J. Sumner Bullock, 39 Messinger St. 

117. Mrs. Helen L. Wilkie, East St. 



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122. 
123. 

124. 

125. 



Florence G. Washburn, North Carver. 

Mrs. Ruth C. Bremsr, Shelburne Falls. 

Fred O. BioRnell. 

Harriet A. Waldron, R.D., Dodge. 

Grace F. Hardy, 72 Main St. 

Sidney E. Dupee, 246 Acton Rd., S. Chelms- 
ford. 

Helen G. Stephens, 107 Princeton St., N. 
Chelmsford. 

Claude W. White, 118 Warren Ave., Chelsea 
50. 

Minnie S. Chapin, 115 Washington Ave., 
Zone 50. 

Joseph M. Sherwood, Box 28, Huntington. 

Mrs. Eva B. Howard, Huntington St. 

Olive A. Healey, W. Chesterfield. 

Mrs. Nancy M. Rogers, 30 Butler Ave., 
Chicopee Falls. 

Ruth E. McKinstry, 135 McKnstry Ave. 

A. W. Roberts, 13 Davenport St. 

John D. Hamilton, 153 Water St. 

Victor Haner, 40 Prospect St. 

Mrs. Walter W. WheelvvTlght, Jr., R.D. 

Robert B. James, 12 Ripley Rd. 

Mrs. Sarah W. Coombs, R.D. 

Ralph Hemenway, 135 Commonwealth Ave., 
W. Concord. 

Ethel M. Bacon, 67 Lexington Rd. 

Mrs. Florence H. Munson. 

Mrs. Wyndon Morey, Box 74, Cummington. 

John I. May, Sunny Side, W. Cummington. 

Reuben C. Pierce, 40 Central Ave. 

Mrs. Edward H. Reed, 100 Center St. 

Mrs. Edwin T. Harvev, 21 Bav View Ave. 

Mrs. Carrie N. D. Potter, 259 State Rd., N. 
Dartmouth. 

Gladys L. Howland, 74 Rockland St., S. Dart- 
mouth. 

Roderick E. Thomson, 474 Washington St. 

Charles W. Stahl, 55 Grandfield St. 

Arthur E. Clark, R.D., Box 58. 

Mrs. Myron D. Hager, 127 Main St., S. Deer- 
field. 

Anna M. Nickerson, Main St., S. Dennis. 

Sarah B. Crowell, 8 Beach St. 

Herman H. Frost, 2211 Riverside Ave., Somer- 
set Centre. 

Mrs. Lillian I. Horton, New St., N. Dighton. 

Mrs. M. C. Buxton, Main St. 

Mrs. Baylis G. Aldrich, E. Douglas. 

William H. L. Crawford, Walpole St. 

Mrs. Doris Dundey, R.D. 2. 

Louis V. Eklund, 68 Clark Ave. 

Bertha E. Whiting, Box 21. 

Alice L. Butterfield, Pleasant St. 

Helen C. Jones, Washington St. 

William I. Carleton, 444 Plymouth St. 

Charles H. Johnson, 267 Main St. 

Mrs. J. T. Campbell, 11 Park PI. 

Godfrey E. Anderson, 44 Seaver St., N. 
Easton. 

Mrs. Luella I. Smith, Massapoag Ave., N. 
Easton. 

Theodore S. Wimpenne^*. 

John H. Varney, Jr., Egremont Rd., Gt. 
Barrington. 

Mrs. Lilla L. W. Brown, 2 Prospect St. 

Harry L. Dresser, 43 State Rd., Farley. 

Addie B. Hobbs, 21 Maine St. 

Mrs. Seth E. Dunklee, 806 Broadway, Zone 49. 

Alfred N. Taylor, 142 Linden St. 

Wilber G. Hayward, 60 Emerson St., Melrose. 

Evelyn C. Lind, 127 Central Ave. 

John H. Tripp, 52 Center St. 

Harry T. Ashworth (in the Service), 1190 
County St. 

Mrs. Jane D. Munroe, Assistant Clerk, 43 
Walker St. 

Walter E. Dow, 1168 Highland Ave. 

Mrs. Robert F. Burnett, 242 Lincoln Ave. 

Rosina Charron, 4 Albion St. 

Alice M. Pettey, 530 Wilson Rd. 

Mrs. Ruth N. Ainsworth, 181 Barnaby St. 

Mrs. Nathan S. Ellis, Hatchville. 

Allan C. Williams, Harbor Ave. 



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MASSACHUSETTS (continued) 

187. Mrs. Mildred N. Smith, Main St., N. Fal- 
mouth. 

190. Gilbert M. Brooka, Pearl Hill Rd. 

191. Mrs. Saimi Jarvinen, 202 High St. 

192. Alice Pretzer, Norvac Ave. 

193. Fritz Blander, 65 Lawrence St. 

194. Harry M. Hall, 304 Mt. Elam Rd. 

195. Elsie Pease, 23 Neponset Ave. 

196. Kenneth L. Atwell, 409 Edgell Rd. 

197. Blanche E. Partridge, 139 Lincoln St., Fram- 

ingham. 

198. Herbert A. Brown. 120 Nashoba Rd., Concord. 

199. Mrs. Clinton Clark, 144 Hillside Rd. 

200. Mrs. Ethel M. Grinnell, Mill St., Assonet. 

201. Mrs. Susie R. Lyon, N. main St., Assonet. 

202. Mrs. Carrie L. Braley, East Freetown. 

203. Harold I. Wood, 74 Woodland Ave. 

204. Mrs. Elizabeth Avikainen, 325 West St. 

205. Mrs. Ruth B. Stetson, 16 Pond St. 

207. Mrs. Gertrude Hildonen, 5 Dudley St., Lanes- 

ville. 

208. Mrs. George E. Russell, 47 Summer St. 

209. Mrs. Edward Roberts, 596 Essex Ave., West 

Gloucester. 

210. Henry W. Packard. 

211. Mrs. Margaret E. Gillespie, 12 North St. 

212. Mathew L Chase, 290 Providence Rd., Far- 

numsville. 

213. Mrs. J. H. Scott, R.D. 

214. Mrs. Minnie E. Webb, Box 45, Granville 

Center. 

215. Mrs. Anna J. Brooks, West Granville. 

216. Wesley R. Taylor, 21 Gilmore Ave. 

217. Mrs. Frederick E. Chamberlin, Box 35, 

Housatonic. 

218. Charles W. Pierce, 314 Chapman St. 

219. Helen G. Johnson, 127 Shelburne St. 

220. Frank C. Keegan, 8 Grinnell St. 

221. Elizabeth Blanchard, Common St. 

222. Mrs. Marion E. Rust, Box 42E, R.D., Shirley. 

223. Doris C. Horton, 27 Elm Pk. 

224. Fanny G. Allen, Bay Rd. & S. Middle St. 

225. Evelyn S. Day. 

226. Dorothy E. Briggs, Pratt St. 

227. George H. Sprague, 93 Bridge St. 

228. Ben F. Libby, R.D. 1, E. Longmeadow. 

229. Mrs. Harriette J. Flynn, Broadway, Hanover. 

230. David B. Clemons, 417 High St. 

231. Mrs. Hugo A. Bourdeau. 

232. Mrs. Charles F. Hitchcock, Barre Rd., Gilbert- 

ville. 

233. Mrs. Arthur N. Calkins. 

234. Mrs. John H. Paine, Parallel St. 

235. Mrs. Madeline Eldredge, Harwich Port. 

236. Clifford L. Belden, N. Hatfield. 

237. F. Sherman Kimball, 251 S. Main St. 

238. Harold R. Morse, 131 Colby St., Bradford. 

239. Herbert B. Crowell, 400 E. Broadway. 

240. Mrs. James M. Holt, 224 Groveland St. 

241. Mrs. George A. Leathers, 69 Oxford Ave., 

Ward Hill. 

242. Mrs. John K. Lewis, 191 N. Broadway. 

243. Mrs. Annie E. Simpson, 48 Fifth Ave. 

244. Mrs. Florence A. Holden, Charlemont. 

245. F. Dean Carter, W. Hawley. 

246. Mrs. Oscar Landstrom. 

247. Edgar M. Lane, 40 Spring St. 

248. T. Augustus Frissell, Jr. 

249. Mrs. Ralph I. Bates, 49 Adams St. 

250. Mrs. Harry A. Creamer, P.O. Box 946. 

251. Mrs. Leona N. Bagley. 

252. Mrs. Evelyn R. Roberts, 356 Washington St. 

253. Albert Webb, 17 Pearl St. 

254. Florence Engel, Apremont Highway. 

255. Fayette F. Read, 395 High St. 

256. Mrs. Frank L. Phipps, 9 Summer St. 

257. Mrs. Lucy H. Clough. 

258. Waldemar Kangas, R.D., Gardner. 

259. Mrs. C. T. Whiting, 15 Glendale Rd. 

260. Mrs. Royce D. Granger, R.D. 1. 

261. Mrs. E. C. Phinney, Old Chester Rd. 

262. Lillian M. Brown, 39 Turkey Shore Rd. 

263. Mrs. Gertrude J. Riley, Linebrook Rd. 

264. Mrs. Helen F. Bailey, 39 Summer St. 



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Edward T. Caswell, Bedford St., Lakeville. 

Mrs. Harry Plissey, R.D. 1, Middleboro. 

Mrs. Horace E. Johnson, Otis St. 

Mrs. Henry J. Gallant, Brodie Mt. Farm. 

Maroog Peters, 358 Lowell St. 

Ralph W. Taylor, 20 Allyn Ter. 

Mrs. Gladys Boardman, 100 Marble Ave. 

Wellman F. Wright, 76 Abbott St. 

David E. Arthur, 93 Vermont St., Methuen. 

Royal S. Gilbert, 51 Bodwell St. 

Mrs. H. M. Keating, 91 High St. 

Mrs. Winthrop Kennen, 12 High St. 

Lillian M. Cooper, Tucker St. 

Mrs. Mildred A. Wilkinson, 49 Mooreland Ave. 

J. Harry Arnold, 12 Main St. 

Mrs. F. Donald Ashley. 

Mrs. Perry Glazier, Star Route, Montague. 

Grace P. French, 5 Audubon Rd. 

Mrs. Alice W. DeNormandie, Weston Rd. 

Mrs. N. N. Love, King St. 

AHce E. Bascom, 117 Colton PI. 

Cbarles H. Morse, 309 Princeton Blvd. 

Mrs. David W. Dewar, 364 Beacon St. 

John F. Wood, 33 Westminster St. 

Walker H. Merritt, 223 Pine St. 

Mrs. Harold S. Cowdray, 35 Waterford St. 

Peter R. Widen, 56 Weed St. 

Mrs. Lela W. Gushee, Poole St., R.D. 

Claire E. Miller, 18 Howard St. 

Earl A. Brown, Prospect St. 

Clara E. Mills, 217 Chatham St., East Lynn. 

Henry Garney, 31 Basset St. 

Horace G. Mallett, 135 Woodlawn St. 

Mrs. Bertram H. Southwick, 37 Elvir St., East 
Lynn. 

L. Evelyn Ramsdell, R.D. 1, Wakefield. 

Mrs. Helen C. Abbott, 18 Fuller St. 

James R. Nichols, 28 Earl St., Zone 48. 

Mrs. Lillian A. Robbins, 1262 Salem St. 

Francis Small, 23 Cliff St. 

Elsa O. Ekman, 526 Fellsway E. 

Grace M. Brest, 78 School St. 

Mrs. Rachel E. Vernon, 309 S. Main St. 

Robert W. Partington, 566 Elm St., Marble- 
head. 

Richard Tutt, 11 Maverick St. 

Clara Lewis, South St. 

Hazel O. Warren, 50 River St. 

Mrs. Grace E. Ryder, Plain St. 

Mrs. Cora P. Gross, P.O. Box 34, Marshfield 
HiUs. 

Lemuel LeB. Dexter. 

Mrs. Ida Pekkala, 1 Dartmouth Ct. 

Mrs. Charles A. Stockbridge, 104 Summer St. 

Mrs. Mary A. Weiker, 677 Main St. 

Gladys E. Mitchell, 200 Spring St., Zone 55. 

Frank W. Powell, 221 Boston Ave., Medford 
Hillside. 

Jean Carter, 69 Winchester St., Zone 55. 

Anthony S. Coombs, 109 Warren St., West 
Medford. 

Ernest King, 127 Lincoln St., West Medway. 

Mrs. John Defren. 

Penning L. Wentworth, 75 Beech Ave. 

E. N. Hutchins, 45 Harding Rd., Melrose. 

LeRoy A. Davison, 15 Glendale Ave. 

G. Leonard Sargent, Bear Hill Rd. 

Mrs. Philip Hyde, 25 High St. 

Adnah H. Harlow, 75 N. Main St. 

Mrs. Maude B. Skillings, 108 Oak St. 

Mrs. Leon I. Townsend, Bedford St., Middle- 
boro. 

Mrs. Susan B. Brackett, 29 Smith St. 

Wesley A. Olds. 

Galen B. Howe, 12 King St. 

Fred M. Daniels, 94 School St. 

Earl Johnson, 3 Fountain St. 

Mrs. Edla M. Johnson, Oakes St., N. Grafton. 

Lucy D. Glover, 11 Glover Rd., West Mill- 
bury. 

Roger H. Montague, 35 Main St. 

Shirley Hoar, 285 Union St. 

E. Mary Carlson, Albion St. 

Frank G. Nilson, 16 Aberdeen Rd. 

Gertrude E. Clapp, 55 Bryant Ave., Zone 86. 

Mrs. Herman Pinand, 11 Flynt Ave. 



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MASSACHUSETTS (continued) 

345. Mrs. Jessie L. Wheeler. 

346. Sally M. Dykes, 8 High St., Millers Falls. 

347. Neal M. AUis, 34 Grove St., Turners Falls. 

348. Mrs. Beatrice Phillips, Monterey Rd., Gt. 

Barrington. 

349. Mrs. E. C. Van Deusen, Copake Falls, N. Y. 

350. Bertha L. Johnson, 1 Central St. 

351. Mrs. Christine T. Wver, 1 W. Chester St. 

352. Arthur W. Fitzgerald, 70 Park Ave. 

353. Mrs. Raymond G. Cooper, 9 Phillips St., S. 

354. W. Biegiow Hall, 26 Meadowbrook Rd., 

Zone 92. 

355. Mrs. Mattie L. Beach. 

356. Mrs. Henry C. Taber, 124 Nye's Lane, 

Acushnet. 

357. Frederick C. Brown, 32 Court St. 

358. William B. Perry, Jr., 165 Reed St. 

359. Mrs. Leroy H. Pollard. 

360. Mrs. Ethel B. Knight, 36 High Rd., Newbury- 

port. 

361. Ruth Weatherbv, 309 High St. 

362. Mrs. Robert L. Smith, 311 High St. 

363. Rev. Clarence Carr, Southfield. 

364. Linwood J. Corser, R.D. 2, Gt. Barrington. 

365. Caroline C. Cook, Southfield. 

366. Mrs. Hazel Hamalton. 

367. Mrs. Ralph T. Hunt, South Rd., Orange. 

368. Lyman M. Hutchins, 14 Angier Circle, 

Auburndale. 

369. Peter F. Donavan, 806 Watertown St., New- 

tonville. 

370. Arthur H. Lord, 22 Shornecliffe Rd., Zone 58. 

371. S. Willoughby Wilder, 64 Homer St., Newton 

Center 59. 

372. Allston T. Budgell, 93 Forest St., Zone 61. 

373. Harold Kent, 924 Walnut St., Newton High- 

lands. 

374. D. Hardwick Bigelow, 326 Highland St., West 

Newton. 

375. Edward R. Chapin, 52 Annawan Rd., Waban 

68. 

376. Elizabeth P. Shaw, Medway St. 

377. Thomas M. Beattie, 41 Windom Ter. 

378. LeRoy L. Ames, 36 Mavnard Rd. 

379. Mrs. John F. Duffey, 22 Butler PI. 

380. Thomas B. Arrington, 72 Lilly St., Florence. 

381. Reginald Andrews, 2 Beacon Hill Blvd. 

382. Mrs. E. H. Gingras, 108 Freeman St., Attle- 

boro Falls. 

383. Mrs. Grace A. Barrett, 54 S. Washington St. 

384. Mrs. Marian W. Parmenter, 8 Hudson St. 

385. Edwin T. Rawson, 853 Hill St., Whitinsville. 

386. Arthur C. Adams, Sutton St. 

387. Windsor R. Smith, 15 Grove St. 

388. Mrs. lola H. Hodgen, 38 Highland Ave., East 

Northfield. 

389. Mrs. Grace L. Estv, Park St., E. 

390. Mrs. Elwood E. Spencer, Crane St. 

391. Harold T. Young, 73 Beech St. 

392. Mrs. Effie T. Swindell, Box 123. 
3S3. Henry C. Gates, 115 S. Main St. 

394. Mrs. Sara E. Rich, R.D., North Orange. 

395. Ernest Engwall, 32 Coombs Ave. 

396. Urban S. Livingston, P.O. Box 105. 

397. Edmund D. Somes. 

398. Alice M. Brady, 14 West St. 

399. Bertha A. Hastings, 58 Pleasant St. 

400. James T. Campbell, 43 Church St., Thorn- 

dike. 

401. Minnie Cole, 1 Maple Ter., Three Rivers. 

402. Mrs. Evelyn M. Gleason, 4 West St. 

403. Mrs. H. W. Legro, 255 Lvnn St. 

404. Stuart P. Woodbury, 61 Pierpont St. 

405. Frank K. Mclntire, 725 Lowell St., West 

Peabody. 

406. Beatrice I. Smith, R.D. 2, Amherst. 

407. J. Fred Brown, Cross St., East Pepperell. 

408. Mrs. Rose T. Smith, Hinsdale. 

409. Mrs. Frances R. Bates, Hardwick Rd. 

410. Arline Cowlback. 

411. Arthur P. Goodwin, 112 Appleton Ave. 

412. Edmund Dupuis, Berkshire Rd. 



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436. 
437. 

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Mrs. Martha I. Kibbv, 1645 W. Housatonic 

St. 
Ruth Ramsay, 557 Pecks Rd. 
Mrs. H. N. Rollison, 141 Dewey Ave. 
L. W. Peirson, 68 E. Housatonic St. 
Mrs. Isabelle S. Luce. 
Annie Finney, 95 Sandwich St. 
Luigi Regini, 26 N. Spooner St., North 

Plymouth. 
Mrs. Harry W. Cleveland, Manomet. 
Ruth E. Kingan, 143 Sandwich St. 
Mrs. Elisabeth P. Fillebrown, Harrub's Cor., 

Kingston. 
Richard C. Morse. 
Jessie T. Matheson. 

Joseph W. Thomas, 103 Putnam St., Zone 69. 
Charles Kondelin, 47 Buckley St., Zone 69. 
Harry C. Keohler, 182 Rhoda St., Zone 69. 
Mrs. S. D. Henderson, 20 Edgworth Rd., 

North Quincy. 
Mary Ross, 24 Union St., Zone 69. 
Elizabeth K. Limond, 31 Park Ave., Squan- 

tum. 
Mrs. J. Dorrance Anderson, 56 Depot St. 
Mrs. Bettina Schuele, 17 Tremont St., Taun- 
ton. 
Mrs. Luciette K. Hall, 15 Center St., North 

Raynham. 
Catherine C. Gordon, 249 Haven St. 
Mrs. Charlotte C. Thatcher, Bay State Rd. 
Carl O. F. Swanson, 200 Plain St. 
Mrs. Lester R. Babcock, 180 Crescent Ave., 

Zone 51. 
Mrs. Elizabeth G. Thayer, 26 Essex St., 

Zone 51. 
Mrs. Jennie S. Wood, 211 Lucerne Circle, 

Orlando, Florida. 
Elizabeth M. Eldridge, R.D. 1, Pittsfield. 
I. Elmer Howes, County St., West Wareham. 
WiUiam T. Hall. 

Mrs. Alberta H. Gerrish, North Ave. 
Grace E. Smith, 29 Park St. 
George Mills, 7 Gott St. 
H. Carleton Stbry, 128 Granite St., Pigeon 

Cove. 
Olof Olson, 77 Pigeon Hill St., Pigeon Cove. 
Mrs. Bessie M. Jerome, Dodge Rd. 
Mrs. Alice F. Chase. 
Mrs. Mary L. Frye, South Royalston. 
Grace E. Wheeler, Wachusett Rd. 
Millard F. Kember, 9 Manning St. 
Richard E. Blake, 70 Washington St. 
Mrs. Lempi M. Hyde, Colebrook, Conn. 
Mrs. Charles E. Dixon, Box 88, New Boston. 
Mrs. George E. Burbank, Main St. 
F. Kenneth Harnden, 12 Emory St. 
Charles W. Burwell, 18 Clifton Ave., Saugus. 
Mrs. William A. Manson, 133 Stockbridge Rd. 
Mrs. Harry C. Leonard, P.O. Box 0. 
Mrs. Harry P. Boyce, 658 S. Main St. 
Clarence A. Merritt. 
Pliny B. Gould, R.D. 2, Shelburne Falls. 
Frederick G. Clark, 8 Warren Ave., Shelburne 

Falls. 
Joseph J. Lavash, Lake St. 
Austin P. Dunn, 21 Harvard Rd. 
Hiram Harlow, 232 Gulf St. 
Nathan J. Hunting. 
Mrs. Walter C. Talbot, 66 Pleasant St. 
Mrs. Herbert Grime, 2817 Riverside Ave. 
H. Melba Price, 19 Robinson St., Zone 43. 
Leon T. Hutchins, 175 Prescott St., Reading. 
Louis H. Welch, 18 Whitfield Rd., West 

Somerville. 
William T. Hamilton, 18 Wigglesworth St., 

Zone 43. 
Frederick J. Alden, 38 Day St., West Somer- 
ville. 
Mrs. Dorothy P. Howland, Main St. 
Mrs. Aldrich Foote, Newi;on St. 
Mrs. Harry L. Oilman, 224 Hollis St., Fram- 

ingham. 
William J. Wrighton, 25 Park Ave. 
Mrs. Reginald S. Carev, Jr., 33 Leahey Ave. 
Warner G. Smith, 301 Newton St., South 

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MASSACHUSETTS (continued) 

482. Mrs. Minerva F. Finsen. 

483. Charles S. Ross, 3 Summit St. 

484. Mrs. Russell Biever, 56 Edendale St. 

485. Clayton C. Roberts, 107 White St. 

486. Stanley Curtis, 93 Hillcrest Ave., Long- 

meadow. 

487. Albert H. Bemis, 50 Elm St. 

488. Charles B. Fitts, The Oaks Hotel. 

489. Rev. Hermann Lohmann, 87 Berkshire St., 

Indian Orchard. 

490. Albert Walton, Jr., 40 Harvard St. 

491. Harriet DuBose, Oil Union St., Zone 9. 

492. Horace E. .Vllen, 28 Brittany Rd. 

493. Mrs. Kenneth H. Guerney, 196 Jasper St., 

Zone 9. 

494. William H. Watson, 44 Castle St. 

495. Katharine A. Wilder, Sterling Junction. 

496. John van Bink, P.O. Box 82, Lenox. 

497. Mrs. John W. Cooney, Interlaken. 

498. Mrs. William C. Collins, 16 Parkway Rd., 

Zone 80. 

499. F. Richmond Leonard, 25 Franklin St. 

500. Mrs. Harriet J. Haynes, Box 133. 

501. Clifton F. Giles, Church St., South Sudbury. 

502. Mrs. Walter R. Williams, Main St. 

503. Mrs. Arthur E. King, 3 Whitin Rd. 

504. Mrs. Harriet B. Bowen, 44 Elmwood Rd. 

505. Helen G. Bailev, Warren Rd. 

506. Mrs. Harriett D. Erwin, 945 Midd. Ave., East 

Taunton. 

507. Russell S. Hathaway, 252 S. Walker St. 

508. Mrs. Charlotte L. Warren, 403 Danforth St. 

509. Mrs. Helen C. Francis, 470 Winthrop St. 

510. Marion G. Adrian, 144 Winthrop St. 

511. Mrs. Lester N. Pease, R.R. 1, Box 35. 

512. Irving F. French, R.D. 1, Lowell. 

513. Orville E. Moore. 

514. Benjamin B. Towne, High St. 

515. Pearl A. Russell, School St. , 

516. John R. Dyer. 

517. Burton S. Hart, North Truro. 

518. Mrs. George Robeson, Middlesex Rd. 

519. Mrs. David Colcord, Westboro Rd. 

520. Minnie Hofstra, 35 Capron St. 

521. Rov A. Hovey, 50 Park Ave. 

522. Sheldon B. Goodrich, 8 Park Lane, East 

Walpole. 

523. Eric F. Lawson, 653 East St. 

524. George A. Mansfield, 73 High St., Zone 54. 

525. Halvar Peterson, 13 Pigeon Hill Rd., Weston 

93. 

526. Mrs. K. A. Handanian, 51 Church St. 

527. Mrs. Roland D. Sawyer. 

528. Elias Erickson, Box 21, South Carver. 

529. Elliott G. Beaton, 450 Main St. 

530. Mrs. John Keith. 

531. Charles A. Morse, R. 3, Winchester, N. H. 

532. Margaret Ripley, 60 Russell Ave. 

533. Mrs. Waldo H. Russell, State Rd., W. 
634. Mrs. Ernest A. Joslin, 4 Negus St. 

535. Edward G. Woods, 45 Karkland Circle. 

536. Carrie E. Mason, 11 Bemis Rd., Wellesley 

Hills 82. 

537. Mrs. Hilda G. Baker, S. Main St. 

538. Mrs. H. E. Thompson. 

539. Roger R. Whittier, Topsfield Rd. 

540. Edwin E. Heckman, 116 E. Main St. 

541. John F. Keyes, 135 Maple St. 

542. Mrs. Henry O. Davenport, 18 Brooks PI. 

543. Ruth E. Smith, Box 408. 

544. William F. Lvman, 2 Main St. 

545. Edwin W. Herzog, 15 'Ashley St. 

546. May E. Day. 

547. Charles R. Burt, R.D., Northampton. 

548. Mrs. Mabel W. Story, Main St. 

549. Fred H. Poore, Garden St. 

550. Mrs. Charlotte R. W. Brown, 360 Main St. 

551. Frank S. Pettey, 257 Blossom Rd., North 

Westport. 

552. Ruth M. Lawton, Old County Rd., North 

Westport. 

553. Myrtle Collins, Pine Hill Rd. 

554. Janie B. Smith, South Westport. 



555. David W. Barlow, 853 Chestnut St., Spring- 

field 7. 

556. James Inglis, 16 Elm Ave. 

557. Charles W. Roberts, State Line. 

558. Mrs. George Jastrom, West Stockbridge. 

559. Elizabeth S. Magav. 

560. Mrs. Jennie H. Phillips, 77 Edgemont St., 

East Braintree. 

561. Fred V. Garey, 45 Randall Ave., East Wey- 

mouth. 

562. Florence B. Nash, 771 Commercial- St., East 

Wevmouth 89. 

563. Priscilla Lantz, 629 Union St., South Wey- 

mouth 90. 

564. Cora L. Beard, 193 Pearl St., North Wey- 

mouth 91. 

565. Howard R. Waite. 

566. George E. Kellstrand, 9 Woodland St. 

567. Arthur H. Lee, 17 Webster St. 

568. Mrs. William N. Wallace, 459 Stony Hill Rd., 

Springfield 8. 

569. Mrs. Robert W. Ellis, 43 Main St., North 

Wilbraham. 

570. Raymond A. Warner, 6 South St. 

571. Barry O. Gray, 149 Crescent St., Northamp- 

ton. 

572. John B. Clark, 15 School St. 

573. Mrs. Alice H. Blair, Hancock Rd. 

574. Mrs. Wallace Murphy, White Oaks Rd. 

575. Mrs. S. Alice Lundgren, 287 Chestnut St. 

576. Mrs. Annie A. Littlewood, 120 Forest St. 

578. Mrs. Celian H. Abbott, 6 School Sq. 

579. Albert K. Huckins. 246 Highland Ave. 

580. Mrs. George Foskett, 49 Forest St. 

581. Mrs. Ralph G. Peck, "Windale." 

582. Elmer S. Lipsett, 80 Upland Rd., Zone 52. 

583. Gladys E. Richardson, 3 Warren Rd. 

584. Norman Paulsen, 165 Washington St. 

585. Harold E. Brown, 4 Ward St. 

586. Mrs. Mabel Erlandson, 9 Charles St. 

587. Clifford B. Wright, 4 Grandview Ter.. Zone 70. 

588. Daniel Chisholm, 213 Billings St., Atlantic. 

589. Edwin W. Spellman, 15 Norton St. 

590. Mrs. Hagop Tufenkjian, 57 John St. 

591. Earle Lingner, 220 Webster St. 

593. Arthur C. Parsons, 51 Andover St. 

594. Ebenezer G. Seal, 81 Beaconsfield Rd. 

595. Mrs. Aino Rantala, 48 Catharine St. 

596. Arthur P. Senter, 10 Norwood St. 

597. Mrs. Walter Sjogren, 298 Webster St. 
698. Leonard Holmes, 6 Kendig St. 

599. Mrs. Gladys S. Doe, 98 Alvarado Ave. 

600. Mrs. Leon P. Greenleaf, 7 Somerset St. 

601. Geneva I. Niles, 9 Shirley St. 

603. Edmund C. Osborne, 168 Olean St., Zone 2. 

604. Arthur G. Capen. 

605. Mrs. H. C. Cooper, 55 Franklin St. 

606. ThjTa E. Carlson, Yarmouthport. 

607. Mrs. Prescott H. Baker, Main St., West 

Yarmouth. 

MICHIGAN 

1. Mrs. Lenna Cramton. 

2. Mrs. Bernice Hard. 

3. Ines E. Barbour, R.D. 4, Box 127, Kalamazoo. 

4. Franklin M. Douglas, 500 N. Cedar St. 

5. Mrs. Ethel C. Kellev. 

6. Mrs. W. K. Bristol, R.D. 2. 

7. Emmet K. Shea, 630 Tawas St. 

8. Mrs. Evelyn Dunnette, R.D. 2, Grand Rapids. 

9. Mrs. C. C. Meloche, 3060 Dover St., R.D. 5. 

10. Mrs. Harold E. Day. 

11. Marjorie L. Holcomb. 

12. Mrs. Isabella Briley. 

13. Philip Heinrich, Jr. 

14. Mrs. Sara Thomas. 

15. Mrs. Helen Gulick. 

16. Mrs. Harold W. Freestone, 112 Arlington St. 

17. Mabel G. Nold. 

18. Millard Vandervoort, 145 Capital Ave., N. E. 

19. George E. Butterfield, 2600 Center Ave. 

20. Mrs. Oscar Morse, R.R. 3, Battle Creek. 

21. Ambrose Spencer. 

22. Jessie Morgan, Sodus. 

23. Mrs. Edwin L. Nevius. 

25. Emily Barton, White Cloud. 



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26. Mrs. Ethel White, 218 Pine St. 

27. Mrs. Flovd Secrist, Atlanta. 

28. Harold ICitson, R.D. 2, Rockford. 

30. Mrs. Eva J. Douglas, Box 42. 

31. Mrs. Durwood Bosley. 

32. Mrs. Mead S. Beacraft. 

33. Mrs. Abbie Mclver. 

34. Mrs. C. J. Smith. 

35. Mrs. Charles F. Brock. 

36. Mrs. C. C. Campbell. 

37. Reva Teed. 

38. Rae E. Johnston, 201 E. Nelson St. 

39. Walter Nelson, 103 S. Kearsarge St., Laurium. 

40. Mrs. Leon Bracv, R.D. 2, Charlotte. 

41. Mrs. Caroline Hallett. 

42. Mrs. William Bowers. 

43. Mrs. Nelle Hammond, 207 Park Ave. 

44. Cora Chappell, 319 W. Lovett. 

46. Blossom Eilers, 119 S. E St. 

47. Mrs. Henry C. Schneider, 149 E. Middle St. 

48. Mrs. Norris A. Elden, 304 E. Sixth St. 

49. Edna Richardson. 

50. Cebert M. Halladay. 

51. L. Marie Furman. 

52. Kenneth Fenton, R.D., Richmond. 

53. Mrs. Anna L. Loomis, 345 Mill St. 

54. Mrs. William Winkel. 

55. Grant Pomeroy, R.D. 4, Kalamazoo. 

56. Mrs. William Thaler. 

57. Elizabeth Randall. 

58. Mrs. Lottie Eggleston, Box 199. 

59. Mrs. L. P. Meads. 

60. H. H. Serrajian, 845 Blaine Ave., Zone 2. 

61. Jaakko Raty, 1381 Lincoln Ave., Highland 

Park, Zone 3. 

62. Mrs. Joseph Harmon, 1167 W. Grand Blvd., 

Zone 8. 

63. George Willis, 18436 Pennington Dr., Zone 21. 

64. Everett R. Phelps, 16835 Sunderland Rd., 

Zone 19. 

65. Ralph E. Wisner, 3730 Carter Ave., Zone 6. 

66. Augusta M. Ochs, 161.54 Middlebury Dr., 

Dearborn. 

67. Mrs. Lionel A. Winter, 1332 Yorkshire Rd., 

Grosse Pointe, Zone 30. 

68. R. L. Stevenson, 130 E. Buena Vista, High- 

land Park. 

69. Mrs. C. C. Bowman, 17185 Santa Barbara Dr., 

Zone 21. 

70. Rov L. Wentworth, 12372 Northlawn, Zone 4. 

71. Albert W. Honvwill, Jr., 8715 Woodward Ave., 

Zone 2. 

72. William A. Berry, 2700 McDougall. 

73. Mrs. E. Dalton, 6409 Calhoun. 

74. Ray B. Olsaver, 3261 B St. 

75. Mrs. Mabel M. Zeitsch. 

76. Fred A. Young, 407 Orchard St. 

77. Mrs. Frank Ledy. 

78. Mrs. Fannv Zimmerman, 497 Rilev St. 

79. Mrs. Dorothv Whelan, 608 N. Saginaw St. 

80. Emory W. Hilton, R.D., Bronson. 

81. Harold L. Kohls, 133 Beal St. 

83. Mrs. Emma Hawkins, 243 Dutton St. 

84. J. Leo Jenkins. 

85. Clare Smith, Beulah. 

86. Mrs. Charles Blank, St. Johns, R.D. 3. 

87. John Geniesse. 

88. Mrs. Jessie Van Riper, 29063 Van Riper Ave. 

89. Thomas W. Gambill, 224 W. Taylor, Zone 5. 

90. Mrs. Sadie Smith. 

93. Mrs. F. H. Marsh. 

94. Mrs. John B. Page. 

95. Mrs. Fern H. Smiley. 

96. Mrs. Edith Heafield. 

97. Mrs. Mary Guggisberg. 

98. Mrs. Violet Fair, R.D. 1, Bajview Dr., Rock- 

wood. 

99. James W. Parjerm, 11338 Saginaw St. 

100. Mrs. Laura E. Siggins. 

101. Mrs. Harry Towner, 500 S. Bridge St. 

102. Floyd Norburg, 1260 Seneca S. W. 

103. Eivind J. Erickson, R.D. 1, Comstock Park. 

104. Arthur B. Cross, 537 Norwood Ave., S. E. 

105. Mrs. Gillis Vandenberg, 1840 Lake Dr., S. E. 



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Anna M. Kellogg, 754 Fuller Ave., S. E. 

Elvira C. Mills, 131 Quimbv St., N. E. 

Mrs. C. A. Houghton, 2112 Roos Ave., S. W., 
Zone 9. 

Margaret Hester, 18 Home St., S. E. 

Dorothy Williams, 868 Crosbv, N. W. 

Mrs. Cornelia Bouma, 108 E. Prairie St. 

Mrs. Frank Rogers. 

Mrs. W. D. Rowe, 824 Church St. 

Claud T. Tuck. 

Warren M. Bell, 425 Hancock Ave. 

Mrs. Jessie Gleason. 

Mrs. Eva Wood. 

Mrs. Laura Steinhoff. 

Mrs. Clark Race, R.D. 2, Milford. 

Mrs. Minnie Taylor, R.D. 1, Beulah. 

Mrs. Grace Tillie. 

Mrs. Carl Hoffmaster. 

Leonard A. Barbeau. 

Lee E. Hasler, R.D. 3. 

Mrs. G. F. Butler, 165 Main St. 

Mrs. Clyde Ogden. 

Mrs. Ruth Vinette, R.D. 1, Ensign. 

Mrs. L. A. Paschke, R.D., Spring Arbor Rd. 

Mrs. C. H. Jarboe, 310 W. Biddle St. 

Halcyon Wiegandt. 

Lulu Ruth Faling, 724 Minor St. 

Leone Anderson. 

Vern Anderson. 

Floyd A. Foster, R.D. 2, Coldwater. 

Harold R. Green, R.D. 5, St. Johns. 

Mabel Ingersolt. 

Mrs. Auburn Turner. 

Edna Steele. 

Mrs. Earnest Snyder. 

Mrs. M. O. Leyer, 2118 S. Logan St. 

Pauline Clark, 1227 Mechanic St. 

Grove M. Keith, 500 S. Jenison Ave. 

Mrs. W. O. McDowell, R.D. 1. 

Arnold Weitting. 

Mrs. dayman Brown, East Leroy. 

Mrs. Myrtle Disenroth, 200 Armstrong St. 

Mrs. Floy Snyder. 

Mrs. W. C. Marsh, 220 N. Chicago St. 

Mrs. Norma MacConnell, Lachine. 

Mrs. C. H. Horn, 325 W. Main St. 

Mrs. Charles Peterson, 605 W. Haight St. 

Mrs. O. C. Hagaman. 

Mrs. Herbert Benjamin. 

Mrs. E. M. Hallock, 364 Second St. 

G. L. Abbott. 

Margaret Wilson. 

Mrs. Grace Rehberg, R.D. 2, Monroe. 

Unabelle Bartlett. 

Elizabeth Sweeney, R.D. 2. 

Mrs. Hazel Thomas. 

Gay F. Hayes, R.D. 1, Dorr. 

Ralph Moden, R.D. 1. 

Bart D. Buck, 1704 McGraft Ave. 

Mrs. Raymond Simpson, 634 Marquette Ave. 

Virginia Van Riper, 1706 Ruddiman. 

Mrs. Ebert Brydges, R.D. 3, Box 31, Grant. 

Gussie E. Miller. 

Edwin Blackmon, R.D. 1, Richmond. 

Mrs. Fred Bassett. 

Mrs. A. J. Prescott, R.D. 1, Traverse City. 

Estella Davis, 402 Shipherd. 

R. V. Winberg. 

J. Z. Ballard, R.D. 

Mrs. LeRoy Davis, 110 E. Franklin. 

Mrs. Floyd Betzer. 

Patricia Hollis, 820 N. Shiawassee St. 

Mrs. Russell Dernberger. 

R. C. Botsford. 

Mrs. Merwin Campbell, Box 63. 

Mrs. Wesley Smart, R.D. 2, Box 90, Sault Ste. 

Marie. 
Mrs. Otto Lemmlie. 
Earl Nelson, 65 Illinois. 
Arthur M. Mann, 1319 Ninth St. 
Dorothy Thompson, 1211 Young St. 
Frank B. Sturges, 2903 Ravenswood Ave. 
Mrs. Fay Olmstead. 
Leota Hershberger. 
Mrs. Nettie Creal. 
Eurilla Brown, R.D., Osseo. 



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MICHIGAN (continued) 

192. Jacob Jacobson. 

193. Mrs. D. A. Rosecrans. 

194. Mrs. A. F. Lindke, 69 Main St. 

195. Hazel Werth, 313 Castell Ave. 

196. Audley Whittall. 

197. Mabel Woodruff. 

198. Mrs. L. Bedell, Church St. 

199. Mrs. Ronald Bird. 

201. Mrs. Clara Warner, 139 Hilton Rd., Ferndale, 

Zone 20. 

202. I. F. Bennet, 614 Fitzhugh. 

203. Alfred E. Clark, R.D. 2, Box 296. 

204. H. L. Merry, 110 W. Baldwin. 

205. Martin Kasischke, 325 Lake Court. 

207. Ethel Bulson, Box 159. 

208. Mrs. George E. Bailey, R.D. 5, Jackson. 

209. George J. Cobb. 

210. Mrs. Harry Jackson, Box 185. 

211. Mrs. Rex Westhauser. 

212. Muir Dickie. 

213. Mrs. A. B. Courter. 

214. Mrs. Isabel H. Wood. 

215. Catherine B. Smith. 

216. C. O. Monroe, 322 Prospect St. 

217. Dorothy LuTowle. 

218. Gerald Selby. 

219. Carl C. Griffin, R.D. 7, Kalamazoo. 

220. Mrs. Anna Cummins. 

221. Mrs. George Potts, 613 S. Elm St. 

223. Mrs. J. B. Smedley, 126 E. Ninth St. 

224. Mrs. Ernestine Button, 858 Washington St. 

225. Mrs. Clyde George, R.D. 2. 

226. Edward Strolle, Box 624, Gaylord. 

227. Mrs. Cecille Konechny, 207 E. Main St. 

228. Mrs. Hobert Reed. 

229. Roy A. Huyck, R.D. 2, Ovid. 

230. Mrs. Harry Schultz, 135 St. Joe St. 

231. Mrs. Lulu Hilbert, 126 Cedar St. 

232. Francis Crook, 35426 Ash St. 

233. W. R. Scadin, R.D. 2, Dexter. 

234. Medford Pfister, R.D., Adrian. 

235. Charles W. Letherer, R.D. 2, Pittsford. 

236. Mrs. George Zatyke. 

237. Harry W. Sowton. 

238. Mrs. Thomas La Joie, 17 W. Gooddell St., 

Ecorse, Zone 18. 

239. Jane L. Matteson, 102 N. Hamilton. 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

1. H. E. Lynch, 112 N. Governor's Ave. 

3. Henry S. Merrick, 3900 Cathedral Ave., N. W. 

4. Dana F. Angier, 239 Maple Ave., Takoma 

Park, Md. 

5. Mrs. Jean E. Cook, 2916 M PI., S.E., Zone 19. 

6. William A. Baltimore, 206 Elm St. 

7. Norton M. Little, 1245 Crittenden St., N. W. 

8. Mrs. Geneva Brown, 1615 N. Jersey Ave., 

N. W. 

9. Mrs. Selina E. Welch, 1432 Que St., N. W., 

Zone 9. 

10. Vernon B. Morris, 310 E. Lanvale St. 

11. James Johns, 3817 Judson St. 

12. Edward H. Hamilton, 408 49th Ave. 

13. Mrs. Nan Kyle, 57 Spring St. 

14. W. W. Walker, R.D. 1. 

15. Mrs. P. L. Ackerman, R.D. 3, Newton. 

16. Eugene C. Metcalf, Dunellen. 

17. Gordon Tredinnick, 31 Lakewood Ave. 

18. Hazel Singewald, 126 Hillside Ave. 

19. Carrie Fritts. 

20. Cornelia Gozzo, 216 Edgewater Rd. 

21. Mrs. Elizabeth Cosgrove, 441 High St. 

22. Benjamin E. Westervelt, 94 Hillside Ave. 

24. Ira L. Calvert, 141 Hollywood Ave. 

25. Loring J. Barker, 40 Lawrence Ave., West 

Orange. 

26. Elton L. McAnney, 110 S. Philadelphia Ave. 

27. Montague Hutchinson, 243 Conant St., Hill- 

side. 
29. Katri Tiikkala, 59 Hamilton Ave. 

31. John L. Salter, Jr., 181 Ridgewood Ave. 

32. Mrs. Daniel C. Knoeppel, 60 Washington Ave. 

33. William H. Haight, 123 Elm Ave. 

34. Mrs. Una W. Harsen, Schraalenburgh Rd. 



35. Mrs. A. L. F. Craft, R.D. 1. 

36. Irma Reitz, 117 Welland Ave. 

37. George J. Barz, 258 Elmwood Ave., Maple- 

wood. 

38. Walter H. Tompkins, 369 Bergen Ave. 

39. Florence N. Klein, 44 Booraem Ave. 

40. James E. Carver, 229 Wilmore Rd. 

41. M. Hust, 116 Marshall Ave. 

42. Mrs. L. C. Genung, 144 Walnut St. 

43. Viola S. Hockenbury, 6 Grant Ave. 

44. Walter S. Koch, 20 Mecray Lane. 

45. Kathrvn Michaels, 118 Lexington Ave. 

46. Mrs. Hilda E. Sloff. 

47. Joseph A. Courter, 63 Tuxedo Rd. 

49. Elmer R. Hitch, 16 Bellegrove Dr., Upper 

Montclair. 

50. George D. Holmes, 314 N. FuUerton Ave. 

51. Mrs. Herman Tepe, 10 Henry St., Palisades 

Park. 

52. Frank T. Mills, 293 S. Center St., Orange. 

53. Samuel E. Van Divort, 25 Oakridge Ave. 

54. Wallace I. Gould, 391 Fairview Ave. 

55. John Angeland, 383 Cleveland St. 

56. Mrs. Margerie H. Myers, Grand Ave., Mont- 

vale. 

57. Edwin Feinour, 337 Pennington Ave. 

58. Mrs. Dorothv Taylor, 137 N. Fifth St. 

59. George W. French, 817 Hillside Ave. 

60. J. Daniel Hjelm, 447 W. Sixth St. 

61. Ernest W. Mantz, 919 Summit Ave. 

62. Dorothy M. Heukelman, 254 Springfield Ave. 

63. Otto Anderson, 283 Pleasant PI. 

64. Christine McKitrick, Box 12. 

65. John J. Vohden, Jr., 1875 Berkshire Dr., 

Union. 

66. Daniel Olsen, Jr., 11 S. Andover Ave., Mar- 

gate City. 

67. C. B. Apple, 38 Wilton Terrace. 

68. Elizabeth Churchill, 802 Spruce. 

69. Mrs. Lucy Lesser, 413 Runyon Ave., Dunellen. 

70. R. B. Carberry, 577 Westfield Ave. 

71. Mrs. Herbert A. Schrimpf, 582 Barron Ave. 

72. Mrs. Alice Wederkehr, 156-19 151st Rd., 

Zone 5. 

73. ]\Irs. Seymour Robb, 524 Eden St. 

74. W. H. Osterhaus, 2909 N. Edison St. 

MINNESOTA 

1. Mrs. J. T. Shelland. 

2. Fred Weddel. 

3. A. P. Lindblom. 

4. Anna Hoag, 315 Lincoln Ave., E. 

5. .\agna Peterson. 

6. Mrs. Fred Beal. 

7. Clarence Burgeson, 1011 Medary 

8. Mrs. Denzil Noble. 

9. Mrs. Gordon Duenon. 

10. Russell Larson. 

11. Mrs. Elina Peterson, Brinison. 
13. Harold Smothermon. 

15. Mrs. Ada Aldrich. 

16. Mrs. Marion Hollenbeck. 

17. Alvah Cornell. 

18. Delores Ulrich, Monitor. 

19. O. H. Bell. 

20. Winnifred Hanson. 

21. Mrs. E. F. Gates, 215 S. Seventh St. 

22. Mrs. Bert Sommerdorf. 

23. Mrs. Pearl Shutter. 

24. W. Delle. 

25. Wallace Harris, R. 5, New Ulm. 

26. Nina J. Voss, R. 2, Box 85, Fairmount, N. D 

27. Mrs. R. F. Wahlberg. 

30. Mrs. John K. Niemi, 1535 Cloquet Ave. 

31. Mrs. P. R. Current. 

33. Lee Crippen. 

34. Ethel Nicholson. 

35. Mrs. C. E. Bigelow. 

36. I. R. Bartter, 200 Builders Exchange. 

37. Alice Nickerson. 

38. Charles A. Barnes. 

40. Mrs. William P. Cunningham. 

41. E. R. Flygare, 309 Woodland Ave. 

42. Donald J. Chatham, Securitv Bank Bldg. 

43. J. P. Vanderslius, 817 S. Court. 
45. Mrs. Lura Miller. 



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46. Virgil Coyle. 

47. Larone Mellquist. 

48. C. Earl Barnum, 819 Elliot. 

49. Mrs. Hilberg Peterson. 

50. Mrs. Lynn Champ, Averill. 

51. Mrs. L. A. Weesner. 

52. Mrs. Harold Wood, R. 1. 

53. Wesley Hedstrom." 

54. Mrs. R. E. Burrington. 

55. Mrs. H. F. Ranney. 

56. Mrs. F. A. Green. 

57. Maud Huntley. 

61. Mrs. Helmi Lahti, Box 854. 

62. Edward Moore. 

63. Maxfield K. Otto, 13-12th Ave., N. 

64. Mrs. Spencer Stearns, 505 Main St., S. 

65. Mrs. Alvin Sanderman. 

66. M. M. Abbott. 

69. Mrs. Sara W. Mclntyre, 401 S. High St. 

71. Mrs. Charles Frost. 

72. Grace H. Woodworth, 705 Third St., S. E. 

73. Mrs. Lillian Carpenter, Box 78. 

74. William Nordland. 

75. Roy O. Stemsrud. 

76. Mrs. Otto Isaacson. 

77. Mrs. Gordon B. Door, R. 2. 

78. Mrs. Kathryn Wilcox. 

79. J. M. Coggeshall. 

80. Mrs. C. P. Smith. 

81. Mrs. G. H. Goodwin. 

82. E. T. Beardsley. 

85. Adelaide Mason, 1108-15 Ave., S. E., Zone 14. 

86. Ruth Sterling, 4245 Scott Terrace, Zone 16. 

87. Mrs. Harry G. Howatt, 3904-14th. Ave., S., 

Zone 7. 

88. Jean B. Smith. 617 S. E. Fifth St., Zone 14. 

89. Mrs. Gordon Seibert, 1923 Logan Ave., N., 

Zone 11. 

90. Carl A. Nelson, 3519 Vincent Ave., N., Zone 

12. 

91. Reuben C. Norbeck, 4932 Morgan Ave.. S., 

Zone 10. 

92. Harry P. Burt, 5216 York Ave., S., Zone 10. 

93. Frank J. Seidl. 5433 Woodale Ave., Zone 10. 

94. Mrs. A. S. Nyberg, 5.505 Went worth Ave., 

Zone 9. 

95. Mrs. Elmer Johnson, 3912-38th. Ave., S., 

Zone 6. 

96. Anna M. Dahl, 3921-14th. Ave.. S., Zone 7. 

97. Mrs. Henrv W. Lauderdale, 1810 James Ave., 

N.. Zone 11. 

98. Terrance Hanold, 4949 Dupont Ave., S., Zone 

9. 

99. Bess Plummer, 2615 Park Ave., Zone 7. 

100. Mrs. G. P. Adamson, 3237-24th Ave., S., 

Zone 6. 

101. Margaret Stroup. 

102. Lvman S. Justice, 125 Grove Ave. 

103. George A. Zea, P.O. Box 344. 

104. Katharine Leonard, 615 S. Ninth St. 

105. Mrs. P. W. Cartwright, 301 W. Eighth St. 
106? Lewis Nelson, Revillo, S. D. 

107. F. E. Richardson, Como Sta.. R. 5, St. Paul. 

108. Mrs. G. B. Brynildson. 

109. C. W. Miller. 

110. Mrs. Charles Carlson. 

111. Mrs. Bertha C. Stover, 306 E. SLxth St. 

112. George Ernster, Jr., R. 1, Wodena. 

113. Mrs. Roy Gilbery, R. 1, Moorhead. 

114. Mrs. George Read. 

115. S. E. Arnett. 

116. Mrs. C. F. Kottke, 717 S. Elm St. 

117. Mrs. Nestor Niemi, R.D., Aurora. 

118. Mrs. Rov Goecke. 

119. Ray Goodrich, R. 3, Janesville. 

121. Mrs. Grace B. Stanley. 

122. Myrtle Brown. 

123. Evelyn Shumway, 4300 Lakeland Ave., Zone 

12. 
126. Mrs. W. L. Samuelson. 
128. Mrs. George K. Thompson. 

130. Mrs. Carl Olson. 

131. Mrs. S. E. Ainsworth, 6216 W. 35th St., Zone 

16. 



132. Mrs. John Broadbent, 1080 E. Cook Ave. 

Zone 6. 

133. Mrs. R. G. Chapman, 551-llth Ave.. N., 

S. St. Paul, Zone 1. 

134. Mrs. John Dejdar, 263 Colborne St., Zone 2. 

135. Mrs. H. B. Reck, 1825 E. Cottage Ave., Zone 

6. 

137. Mrs. E. E. Olein, 1313 Garden Ave., Zone 8. 

138. L. E. Ellingwood, 1880 Iglehart Ave., Zone 4. 

140. Mrs. Forest Fabel, 1598 Palace Ave., Zone 5. 

141. Mark P. Moore, 209 S. Cleveland Ave., Zone 4. 

143. C. H. Stewart. 2151 Commonwealth Ave.. 

Zone 8. 

144. Albert Jahnke, 827 Hovt, Zone 3. 

145. Mrs. Gladys Tyler, P.O. Box 68. 

146. Mrs. Madaline Johnson. 

147. Mrs. L. L. Kells. 

148. Lucille Horton. 

149. Mrs. J. Bjork. 

150. Mrs. Vernon Shores, Pelican Rapids. 

151. Mrs. Charles Worthley. 

152. Joseph Shaur, R. 2, Hutchinson. 

153. N. P. Guldager. 

154. John Petric, R. 3. Box 47, Albany. 

155. Mrs. J. H. janzen. 

156. Mrs. Lilah K. Hall, 220 Fourth St., N. 

157. Mrs. P. L. Schmitz. 

159. Mrs. L. Anderson, R. 3, Box 157. 

160. John Erickson. 

161. Mrs. Blaine Carter. 

162. Thomas McDonald. 

163. Mrs. Gus Hodorff, R. 2, Royalton. 

164. Mrs. Katherine Balow. 

165. K. G. Hall, 410 Jefferson St. 

166. Mrs. Ethel Peterson. 

167. Mrs. F. W. Schauer. 

168. Mrs. Dick Willems. 

169. R. E. Hodg.son. 

170. Mrs. S. A. Nystrom. 

172. Mrs. F. M. Patch. 

173. Mrs. Fred Gillie. 

174. Mary E. Curtis, 375 W. Fifth St. 

175. Mrs. Kukowski, 614 Center St. 

176. Mrs. Herta Hedeen. 

177. Nora Koehler. 

MISSOURI 

2. Marvin W. Ringer, 35 E. School St. 

3. D. A. James, 8740 E. Pine Ave. 

4. Mrs. Dora Dump. 

7. T. A. Morrow, R. 1, Hancock. 

9. Mrs. Maggie Johnson, R. 1, Weaubleau. 

10. Lula Buntin. 

11. Crosby C. Johnson. 

12. Mrs. Jewel Clayton. R.D. 2. 

15. Mrs. Jessie Perkins. 

16. Fred M. Schmitz, 7133 McGee. 

17. B. E. McEntire, 421 S. Gladstone. 

18. Cora B. Wells, 2835 Campbell, Zone 3. 

19. Arthur A. Waters. 

20. Mrs. F. J. Johnson, 331 Harwood. 

21. W. C. Wahlbrink. 2421 High School Dr.. 

Brentwood. 

24. Sallie B. Stewart, 345 S. Wood. 

25. Mrs. B. J. Billeter. 

26. J. C. Feemster, R. 1. Box 15. 

27. Mrs. Earl Weaver. 

28. Mrs. S. J. Douthitt. 

29. Robert A. Bressler, S. 11th St. Rd. 

31. Philip A. Krusz, 3433 Eads, Zone 4. 

32. Gertrude D. May. 7390 Norwood, University 

City, Zone 5. 

33. Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, 4956 Claxton. 

34. Harry Miller, 6932 Edison. 

35. Mrs. Merrill Vincent, 7110 Winona. 

36. J. G. Hewitt, 6229 Southwood. 

38. Mrs. Charles Proctor, 2 Ladue Hill, Zone 5. 

39. Christine L. Landmann, 1001 W. Sixth St. 

40. Essie Broyles, R. 5. 

41. W. A. Daggett, 1100 Summit. 

43. Eugene Harryman. 

44. E. W. Metcalf, 140 S. Gore. 

45. Dorothy Cutter, 620 Fairview, Zone 19 

46. Mrs. Ella Hofstetter. 

47. A. W. Overholser, 709 Hazel St. 



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MONTANA 

1. Mrs. H. W. Beaslev. 

4. Mrs. C. H. (Pearl)" Duppler. 

5. Mrs. R. P. Warden. 

6. Mrs. Ella Williams. 

8. Mrs. Carol Townsend, First Cong. Church. 

9. Adam Schoessler, R. 1. 

11. Mrs. Ethel Bell. 

12. May L. Byers. 

13. Mrs. Leon Yarger. 

14. Mrs. Maurice Moore, 2915 Keokuk. 

15. Mrs. Dale Benge. 

16. Mrs. Charles H. Glenn. 

17. Mrs. Frank Hull. 

18. Mrs. W. E. St. John. 

19. Wilham C. Rowley. 

20. Mrs. A. L. Meyer. 

21. Gottlieb Sackman, Marsh. 

22. Mrs. C. L. Pelton. 

23. Mrs. George Mugridge. 

24. Mrs. John Hermansen, Box 112. 

R. D. Church, U. S. Weather Bureau. 

27. L. N. Granner, 508 N. Kendrick. 

28. John McKenzie, Sr., 1105 Third Avenue, N. 

29. R. P. Ross. 

30. Henry Frickle, Jr. 
32. Mrs. Elsie Lease. 

35. Jacob Frank, Jr., 219 Durland Ave., Box 686. 

36. Mrs. E. A. ICing, 107 W. Park. 

37. Mrs. Eunice Ward. 

38. G. G. Schmidt. 

39. Wayne C. Tvler, Homestead. 

40. Mrs. W. H. Herron. 

42. Mrs. V. P. Eastman, 215 W. Beckwith Ave. 

43. Mrs. Grace Rademacher. 

44. Mrs. Myrtle A. Lee. 

46. Mrs. WiUiam Erickson. 

47. Mrs. Earl Ketchum. 

48. Arthur Fried. 

50. Mrs. E. Bateman. 

51. Mrs. Fidelia Page Morrow. 

53. Mrs. E. H. Blair, 616 First St., W. 

54. Irvin Kimball. 

55. Helen H. Wandell. 

56. Henry HofFner. 

59. Gottfried Gackle. 

60. Frank Hofmann. 

NEBRASKA 

1. Lila McAndrew. 

2. Mrs. Dean Myers, 814 Church St. 

3. Mrs. T. B. Oldham, Orleans. 

4. Mrs. John Wochner, Bradshaw. 

5. Anton Nelson. 

6. Mrs. D. M. Block. 

7. Mrs. George Kostos. 

8. Mrs. Otto Olson, 401 N. 14th St. 

9. Mrs. Olive Lewis. 

10. Mrs. George Coy. 

11. Mrs. Albert Sill. 

12. Mrs. Emma Nellor. 

13. E. L. Taylor. 

15. George C. Rathman, 208 E. Washington. 

17. Mrs. C. J. Fletcher. 

18. Mrs. Merlin Kenfield. 

19. Mrs. Marjorie Snodgrass. 

20. A. L Cram. 

21. M. D. Carroll. 

22. Lizzie Eastman. 

23. Mrs. C. H. Morris, R.R. 1. 

24. Mrs. F. A. Barta. 

25. T. S. Smith, 807 Main Ave. 

26. Mrs. Anna Merritt. 

27. Melissa B. Woodhead, 407 S. Brown Ave. 

28. Lloyd Henry. 

29. R. M. Campbell, 2920-14th St. 

30. Don F. Boesiger, Firth. 

32. Mrs. Earl Mahlman, Box 145. 

33. C. Weyner. 

34. Mrs. J. A. Lothrop. 

35. Ben H. Busboom. 

36. Margaret Benker. 

37. Jacob Eckhart, R. 3. 

38. Mrs. Estella Fahrnev. 
40. Mrs. Geo. M. Thomas. 



41. Mrs. F. L. Stafford, 812 Ninth St. 

42. W. E. Anderson. 

44. Mrs. E. B. Cox. 

45. M. O. Patterson. 

46. Clinton A. Stafford. 

47. Mrs. Virtus Palmer. 

48. Clarence Dawson. 

49. E. D. Austin. 

50. Mrs. Alfred Carstens, 737 N. K St. 

51. Mrs. Allen C. Gifford, 419 Chestnut St. 

52. John Weber, Sr. 

53. Mrs. John Keller, Seward. 

54. Mrs. Geo. L. Koehler, 1219 G St. 

55. Mrs. J. P. Jensen. 

56. Mrs. C. A. Anderson. 

57. Bernice E. Matthews, 106 W. Sixth St. 

58. Casper H. Amen. 

59. Mrs. W. C. Conover. 

60. Dietrich Brunken. 

61. Mrs. S. C. Miller. 

62. Mrs. A. Bond. 

63. Mrs. M. E. Kitzinger. 

64. Mrs. Charles Hoffman. 

65. George Helzer. 

66. J. ICissler, 1111 W. B St. 

67. Mrs. Flora Snee. 

68. George J. Schmidt. 

69. Mrs. WUUam Tillmann. 

70. Mrs. George Martz. 

72. Mrs. A. D. Knight. 

73. Mrs. F. O. Nelson. 

74. Mrs. A. R. Hinman, R. 2, Wvmore. 

75. Mrs. Jessie Winchester, 631 N. 24th St. 

76. Mrs. Margaret M. Anderson. 20th «fc D Sts. 

77. Mrs. H. H. Johnston, 3025 R St. 

78. Henry Pabst, 1420 S. 12th St. 

79. Jacob Kahler, 179 W. F St. 

80. Fred Johns, 1010 N. Tenth St. 

81. John Blum, SLxth & Washington. 

83. Mrs. Grace Dickson. 

84. B. J. Hofer, 704 Main. 

85. Adam Gettman, 307 Fourth St. W. 

86. O. A. Coglizer. 

87. Mrs. C. F. Sattler. 

89. Mrs. Nell L. Rice. 

90. Mrs. Ethel L McGonnagle. 

91. Elberta Spindler, 1001 Norfolk Ave. 

92. Henrv Busch, 603 S. Third St. 

93. Mrs. Helen Beitel. 

94. V. B. Pattison, 4209 Grand Ave. 

95. Jeannette McEachern, 505 Omaha Nat 'IBank 

Bldg. 

96. Mrs. William Erftmier, 6620 Sunshine Dr. 

97. Elizabeth Fisher, 1826 Emmet St. 

98. Mrs. Arthur J. Lamborn, Jr., Unadilla. 

99. Mrs. Ray Kinney, Elgin. 

100. Mrs. Anna Beitz. 

101. C. B. Brande. 

102. Mrs. J. H. Ruzicka. 

103. Mrs. Eleanor Horst. 

104. Mrs. Georgia Killip. 

105. Florence Kellogg. 

106. Mrs. Ada Hunt. 

107. Mrs. W. C. Robinson, R.D. 1, Lincoln. 

108. Mrs. H. R. Weber. 

109. Frank T. Slemmons, 2222 Fifth Ave. 

110. Mrs. Emma Knieriem. 

111. D. C. Vining. 

112. Mrs. Edith Olmstead, 542 S. Third St. 

114. FaitheCarr. 

115. R. J. Drewelow. 

116. Mrs. M. R. Johnson. 

117. Maud Case. 

118. John G. Giebelhaus. 

119. Mrs. Lois Kraft. 

121. Mrs. A. Rogers. 

122. Mrs. Victor Madsen. 

123. Mrs. Ivor E. Anderson. 

124. Mrs. H. E. Streitwieser. 

125. Mrs. Mae E. Bowers. 

126. Mrs. F. A. Schroeder, 1455 Pine St. 

128. Mrs. Glenn Sack, Shelby. 

129. Esther Tefft. 

130. Mrs. W. A. Kerl. 

131. H. E. Radaker. 

132. Mrs. Earl Williams, 926 York Ave. 



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133. Henry Helzer, 929 Division Ave. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

1. Mrs. Bertha F. Neal. 

2. Sylvia D. Hitch. 

3. Mrs. Edith Chase. 

4. Mrs. Eric Bascom, R.D. 1. 

5. Mrs. Pauline E. Richards. 

6. Frederick W. Brown. 

7. Mrs. Daisy S. Eastman. 

8. Elizabeth A. Dodge. 

9. G. H. Caughey. 

10. Mrs. WiUiana H. Albree. 

11. Ruth E. Allen, R.D. 1, Manchester. 

12. Mrs. Charlotte H. Melvin. 

13. Mrs. Lottie A. Lakeman. 

14. Mrs. Herbert M. Hill. 

15. Mrs. E. Newton Howard. 

16. Una A. Dearth, R.D. 1, Woodsville. 

17. Mrs. Martha L. Weston. 

18. Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, 34 Maple St. 

20. Mrs. Marjorie G. Emery. 

21. Henry S. Twichell. 

22. Raymond G. Cavis. 

23. Mrs. Ruth Burgess. 

24. Mrs. Ruby W. Burnham, Beebe River. 

25. Mrs. Paul E. Sargent. 

26. Mrs. Malcolm L. Wilkins. 

27. Mrs. Jessie Holmes. 

28. Mrs. Dora C. Sherwin. 

29. Lucretia P. Chandler. 

30. Mrs. Arthur V. Allen. 

31. Harry S. Kelley. 

32. Harry J. Jennison. 

33. Deane A. Hilliard, 1 Beechmont St. 

34. Mrs. George H. Cummings. 

35. Elwood Peaslee, 33 S. Main St. 

36. Mrs. Emma S. Emery, 39 Lake St. 

37. Edward A. Dame, 85 Warren St. 

38. Mrs. Mabel Brown, Mountain Rd. 

39. John C. Broughton. 

40. Mrs. Hazel Deming. 

41. Edgar W. Davis. 

42. Mrs. Thomas Smith. 

43. Mrs. Herman W. Shaw. 

44. Mrs. Wesley S. Wells, W. Andover. 

45. George W. Brown. 

46. Mrs. Howard Whitney. 

47. Mrs. Annie B. Shepard. 

48. Mrs. Mamie K. Saltmarsh, 5 Nesmith St. 

49. Norman E. Seavev, 118 Locust St. 

50. Perley E. Wiggin, 28 Oak St. 

51. Mrs. Sadie M. Grimes. 

52. Mrs. Mary I. Stone. 

53. Stuart Dunn, Woodman Rd. 

54. Mrs. Annie T. Ramsdell. 

55. Mrs. Emma B. Baldwin. 

56. Dura N. Weymouth, High St. 

57. Marjorie A. Sanborn. 
68. Mrs. Verna O. Hunt. 
5% Mrs. Eva M. West. 

60. Leroy B. Burpee, 50 High St. 

61. Molly Nute, 34 Main St. 

62. Mrs. A. Waldo Byam. 

63. Mrs. Frances H. Smith. 

64. Mrs. Alice B. Jesseman. 

65. Mrs. Jeanette B. Therrien, 161 S. Main St. 

66. Bessie C. Rowell, 83 S. Main St. 

68. Mrs. Howard Langlev. 

69. Mrs. Aura E. Price. " 

70. Mrs. Mabelle S. Freihofer. 

71. Louise E. Marden, 36 Church St. 

72. Carl M. Fiske, First Ave. 

73. Mrs. Lester E. Brigham, R.D. 2, Newport. 

74. Mrs. Carrie L. Fowler. 

75. Mrs. Henrietta M. Hopkins. 

76. LUUan A. Odell, Post Rd. 

77. Russell M. Kimball, Dunster Ave. 

78. Mrs. Bernice T. Little. 

79. Anna M. Cole, R.D. 2. 

80. Abbie F. Weare. 

81. Mrs. W. J. Eva, Jr. 

82. Mrs. Marion Linthwaite, R.D., Lebanon. 

83. John P. Amsden, 4 Brewster Rd. 



Mrs. Mary Saari. 

Mary A. Hildreth. 

Mrs. Irene B. Gibbs, E. Hebron. 

Mrs. Van E. Sanders, Maple St. 

Mrs. Elsie W. Fowler. 

Frances E. Barnes. 

Mrs. George S. Hall, 45 Main St. 

Ralph W. Hebb. 

Mrs. Charles Lewis. 

Mrs. Grace L. Burbank, R.D. 1, Manchester. 

Mrs. Eunice H. Rice, R.D. 2, Contoocook. 

Bowman F. Cann. 

Harold T. Packard, 659 Main St. 

Clayton O. Towne, 206 Roxbury St. 

Lillian C. Smith, R.D. 1, E. Kingston. 

Mrs. Emily H. Clark, R.D. 1, E. Ivingston. 

Fred H. Brown, 12 Fenton Ave. 

Mrs. Anna Libby, 73 Elm St. 

Mrs. Francis Pelton, R.D., Charlestown. 

C. Elbert Dole, 31 Elm St. 

Mrs. Nellie Durgin. 

Mrs. Lawrence E. Smith, 23 Coolidge St. 

Mrs. Walter L. Leavitt, 35 Highland .\ve. 

Mrs. Stanley M. Hunt, 19 Church St. 

Mrs. Mildred Lampron. 

Ruth Whittemore. 

Walter B. Stewart. 

Leeman B. Wormhood, Sr. 

William C. Heath, 77 Liberty St. 

Chester W. Jenks, 971 Chestnut St. 

Ruth Carr, 37 Riddle St. 

Mrs. Elva C. Bemis, Pleasant St. 

Mrs. Lena B. Miller. 

Mrs. Carl A. Chase. 

Howard Zea. 

Josiah N. Henderson. 

Joseph C. Jasper, 17 South St. 

Mary C. Jones. 

Mrs. Charles Hartshorn. 

Fred D. Cross, 26 Berkeley St. 

Ralph M. Parker, 35 Chester St. 

Mrs. Etta M. Tolman, R.D., Chesham. 

Josephine T. Caswell, 314 Main St. 

Robert E. NLxon, Exeter Rd. 

Mrs. Jessie C. Hammond. 

Mrs. Albro L. Balch. 

Mrs. Bela ICingman, 3 Gerry Ave. 

Ada R. Tenney, 168 N. Main St. 

Mrs. Helga Anderson, Guild. 

Bernard M. Carter. 

Mrs. Alice B. Collins, R.D. 1, Hampton. 

Elinor Bachelder, Atlantic Ave. 

Leona M. Batchelder. 

Mrs. Margaret S. Piper, Northwood Ridge. 

Mrs. Bessie A. Bean. 

Mrs. Hazel Donnelly. 

Mrs. Alvin Helme. 

Mrs. Gertrude R. Jones. 

Mrs. Gertrude C. Garland, Currier Rd. 

Everett H. Farnum. 

Mary L. R. Farnum, 46 Spring St. 

Mrs. William G. Hunter, 28 High St. 

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Underbill. 

Mrs. John Thompson. 

Mrs. Edith S. Jackson, 4 Loudon Rd. 

Mrs. E. A. Chase, 25 Russell St. 

John B. Mooney, 21 Prospect St. 

Mrs. Catherine E. Quimby, Long Hill. 

Florence Danforth. 

Phyllis BUss, 7 May St. 

Emma L. Foss, R.D. 2. 

Mrs. Shaw F. Raynes, Washington Rd. 

Alice L. Hall, Lawrence Rd. 

Vartan M. DanieUan, 233A Cross St. 

Mrs. Sherman Fellows, Gerrish. 

Mrs. H. C. Bingham. 

Mrs. John Grant, 17 Hamilton St. 

Mrs. Suzanne B. Parker. 

Sally A. Owen, S. Main St., Seabrook. 

Mrs. Melvina Jackson, Canaan, Vt. 

Mrs. Etta H. Berry. 

Mrs. Bessie C. Jewett. 

Mrs. Bessie V. Davis. 

Mrs. Maud B. Russell, 26 Kingsbury St., 

Keene. 
Mrs. Richard C. Curry, E. Swanzey. 



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172. 
173. 
174. 
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177. 
178. 
179. 
180. 
181. 
182. 
183. 
184. 
185. 



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189. 
190. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE (continued) 

Gertrude M. Martin. 

Mrs. Alvin W. Holt. 

Mrs. Alexander MacGregor. 

Gerald H. Faunce, Russell Ave. 

.\ugust Maid. 

Louise Eastman. 

George A. Doe. 

Norman N. Schofield, Elm St. 

Zora C. Clough. 

Mrs. Abner H. Parker. 

Mrs. Bessie M. Little, R.D. 1, Warner. 

Mrs. Elsie G. McCurdy. 

Charles A. Bacon, 2 Church St. 

Mrs. Forest F. Hall, Westmoreland Depot. 

Mrs. Grace L. Joyce, W. Andover. 

Ida P. Davenport, 21 Holton St., Allston 34, 

' Mass. 
Mrs. Thelma Savage, 3 Russell St. 
W. Earle Jones. 
Mrs. Frederick E. Meader, Forest Rd. 

NEW YORK 

B. O. Burgin, 2.5 VanSchoick Ave. 

Mrs. Belle F. Robinson, 17 Barclay St. 

Raymond Wheeler, R.D. 1, Marietta. 

Mrs. R. C. Mclntyre. 

Kennetth Bresett. 

Mrs. Alice Warner, R.D., Riverhead. 

Gordon Coner. 

Henry R. Talmage, North Rd., Riverhead. 

Mrs. H. H. Bowles. 

Mrs. George Matteson, R.D. 

Anna O. Collins, R.D. 1. 

Frank A. Sherrv, 35 Third Ave. 

W. J. Finch. 

Mrs. Ralph Holton, 55 Gaylord St. 

Bruce Bartlett, 60 Johnson Ave. 

Mrs. Doris E. Balch, R.D. 1, Johnson City. 

Mrs. Charles W. Shaffer. 

Ben D. Sears. 

Mrs. Lloyd Owen, R.D., Hamburg. 

Idamae Oakley, Poplar Rd. 

Mrs. Emma Nisbette. 

Mrs. Elizabeth S. Parsons, R.D. 3, Canan- 

daigua. 
Augustus F. Smith, 19 Mclntyre St. 
Mrs. Amy Atwater. 
John Guild, 71 Hartwell Rd. 
Robert Smith, 92 Walnut St. 
Robert Loveland, 74 Oak Grove Ave. 
Mrs. Eva Carr, 288 Purdy St. 
Mrs. Charles F. Duchscherer, 65 Kinsey Ave. 

Kenmore. 
Jane Bauman, Indian Rd., R. 5. 
Georgianna Parmele, 86 Aurora Ave. 
Mrs. Isabel Ray, R.D., Orchard Park. 
Mrs. H. L. Sawyer, R.D. 3, Watertown. 
Mrs. Mae A. Blackman, R.D. 2, Lockport. 
Mrs. H. S. Johnson, Jr. 
Frank E. Fisk, 111 Gibson St. 
Mrs. Ross W. Galpin. 
Agnes J. Shampine, 14 Liberty St. 
Mrs. Ralph Fuller, R.D. 
Herman Theleman, R.D., Li.sle. 
Mrs. Samuel D. Beecher, 356 Manville Rd., 

Pleasantville. 
Mrs. Robert C. Ferguson, R.D. 1, Sprakers. 
Mrs. Anna Davis. 
Paul Aradine. 
John Sheerar. 

Mrs. Maurice Thompson, Box 13. 
Mrs. Jessie M. Burdick. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Summers, Hampton Manor, 

Rensselaer. 
Mrs. Emogene M. Wood, 4 Maple Ave. 
Isabelle Blair, 135 Decatur St. 
Mrs. Howard Van Scoy, 86 Greenbush St. 
Alice L. Horton, 25 Garfield St. 
Mrs. George Cummings, Bainbridge R.D., 

Coventryville. 
Clifford Kloos. 

Mrs. Jean D. Lyford, R.D., Arcade. 
Mrs. Walter Swartout, R.D. 4. 
Mrs. Richard H. lies. 



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127. 
128. 
129. 
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132. 
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137. 
138. 
139. 
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148. 
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168. 



Dorothy C. Schloop. 

Elon W. Cook. 

John Hinds Junior. 

Lucy R. Buell. 

L. W. Davison, 11 Flint Rd. 

Mrs. Ellis Brown, R.D., Morrisville. 

Mrs. Louise Maxon. 

AUister MacDougal. 

Mrs. Helen White. 

Mrs. Esther Johnson, Park Church. 

Mrs. Florence Taber, 1220 Hall St. 

Thelma Storks, R.D., Weedsport. 

Mrs. Grace Blackwell, 114 Nanticoke Ave., 

Union. 
Glen H. Potter, 22 W. Church St. 
Mrs. Beulah Meier. 
Mrs. Hugh C. Mills. 
CM. Story. 
Louis H. Johnson, R.D. 
Mrs. H. J. Alexander, 224 W. Broadway. 
Mrs. Florence Barnum, R.D. 4, Albion. 
Joseph B. McColly, 16 Claydon Rd. 
Charlotte N. Dunbar. 

George W. Gloning, Jr., 224 Kingsboro Ave. 
John Dunn. 
Willard Knickerbocker. 
Raymond Morey. 

Mrs. Emma L. Marsh, R.D. 2, Groton. 
Mrs. May B. Redman, R.D. 1, Geneva. 
Mrs. Ella Curry. 
Mrs. Nellie Burger, R.D. 
Frank Greene. 
Mrs. Burton H. Deuel. 
Mrs. J. H. Chittenden. 
Mrs. Edith Easling, R.D. 4, Corning. 
John H. Weber, R.D. 1, Middletown. 
Mrs. Guy Vincent, R.D. 2 Huntersland, Mid- 

dleburg. 
Lincoln E. Patterson, 205 E. State St. 
Everett Frederick. 

J. Chester Molvnoux, 347 Grossman St. 
Mrs. Stanley Harford, 22 Chambers St. 
Mrs. Millard Holmes, StrykersviUe. 
Mrs. Alan Washbond. 

Mrs. Cynthia Brustrom, R.D. 3, Jamestown. 
Mrs. Burdette R. Tuttle, 16 Ponckhockie St. 
Roscoe Wixson. 
Mrs. Adah L. Meyn. 
Mrs. Edwin Phelps. 
E. E. Jones, R.D. 4, Ogdensburg. 
Mrs. Bertha Howland. 
Genevieve Wheeler, 209 Sixth St. 
Mrs. Alma Pemberton, Linden St. 
Albert C. Smith, 324 Washburn St. 
Robert Power, R.D. 1, Norfolk. 
Mrs. Marie V. Drayer. 
Mrs. Paul Lockwood. 
Mrs. Walter Roberts, Jr., 77 Ryder Rd. 
William Crapser, Central Bldg. 
Mrs. Ben Snyder. 
Abbv K. Miller, West Coxsackie. 
Kenneth B. Abt, 24 Benton Ave. 
Gertrude Cunningham, 201 Wickham Ave. 
Mrs. J. Stanley Pryce, 16 East Cauyga St. 
Mrs. Samuel Radley, R.D., Stafford. 
William M. Houghton. 
Mrs. Grace J. M. Tuthill, Rocky Point. 
Mrs. May B. Oxx, 147 N. Fulton Ave. 
Robert K. Engel, 279 Bedford Ave. 
Mrs. Lawrence Carlon. 
Owen Evans, R.D., Cazenovia. 
Mrs. Floyd Chedister. 
Mrs. S. G. Sloan, R.D. 3. 
Mrs. Pearl Gero. 

B. H. Richmond, New Lebanon Center. 
Mrs. Harrison B. Smith, Lake Grove. 
Mrs. Florence Hartnev, 3561 DeKalb .A.ve. 
John S. Dole, 716 W. 231st St., Zone 63. 
A. P. Christiansen, 2830 LaSalle Ave. 
Ethel Files, 200 E. 16th St. 
Harry Webb, 9577 114th St., Richmond Hill. 
Louis V. Moscato, 209 Underbill Ave. 
Ethel Holmes, 9.502 Avenue K. 
Mrs. Judith Kuilhany, 850 52nd St. 
John L. Beinert, 27 Sterling St. 
Cameron A. Reed, 1409 Abermarle Rd. 



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NEW YORK (continued) 

171. Ester A. Flinkman, 859 42nd St. 

172. Mrs. George M. Dean, 1400 Schenectady Ave. 

175. O. J. Turnquest, 550 Franklin Ave. 

176. Moreton W. Aston, 953, E. 22nd St. 

177. Donald M. Steffee, 512 Eighth Ave. 

178. Henrv N. Edmonds. 873 E. Nineth St. 

179. Miss R. V. Lindblad, 117-88th St. 

180. Frank Kraft, 231 Park PI. 

181. Mrs. Lettie Shepherd, 208 Riverdale Ave. 

182. Marguerite Grotte, 533 E. 52nd St. 

184. Henry W. Hodges, 194 Broadway. 

185. M. G. Lulejian, 152 E. 34th St. 

186. John W. Wingate, 15 E. 10th St. 

187. Ella G. Sparrow, 287 Fourth Ave. 

188. Mrs. Clara P. Hazel, 361 W. 121st St. 

189. Grayson Frederick, 143 W. 142nd St. 

191. Annie Wilson, 3224 104th St. 

192. Richard Wiksell, 39-37 65th St., Woodside. 

193. Alfred W. Barber, 35-33 172nd St. 

194. William H. Lewis, 241 Ascan Ave. 

195. James E. WiUiams, 107-12 New York Blvd. 

196. Charles E. Worner, 175-17 145th Ave. 

197. Mrs. Marion Ehrlich, 97-12 Sanders PI. 

198. Werden B. Potter, 410 W. 24th St., New York, 

10 N. Y. 

199. Walter Schwarze, 111-08 207th St., Bellaire. 

200. Harriet DeForest, 8786 116th St. 

201. Kenneth Mesler, 7532 Kessel St., Forest Hills. 

202. Louis R. Herzog, 122-09 Beach Channel Dr. 

203. F. G. Hollender, 9206 89th Ave. 

204. John W. E. Camden, 138-05 Redding St., 

Ozone Park. 

205. Mrs. H. L. Siemon, 114 Guvon Ave. 

206. Olav Nilsen, 136 Yetman Ave. 

207. Edna Back, 255 Oakwood Ave., Staten Island 1. 

209. Jed Alfred Hyde, 570 82nd St. 

210. Mrs. Ralph E. Tarbell. 

211. Mrs. Herman Taft. 

212. Mrs. R. M. Frost. 

213. Mrs. Harry Bossart, R.D. 1, Batavia. 

215. Ella Neil. 

216. Anna S. Gifford, 10-A Brown Ave. 

218. Mrs. Mark Jenner, 45 Spring St. 

219. Mrs. J Robert Bellows, 20 Waldron Ave. 

220. Fred J. McVean, 625 New York Ave. 

221. Pearl Stedman, R.D. 2, Chittenango. 

222. Virginia Johns. 

224. W. Sherman Silsby, R.D. 2, Gasport. 

226. Mrs. A. D. Grannis, 141 Madison St. 

228. Elizabeth Limebeck. 

229. Mrs. Clayton D. Hitchcock, 163 E. SLxth St. 

230. Olive N. Brown. 

231. Lester M. Cooper, 14 Chenango St. 

232. W. A. Pine, R.D. 2, Sauquoit. 

233. Mrs. Warren Daniels. 

235. Millard Smith, 70 Pine Neck Ave. 

236. Fay Burrows, 19 Eraser St. 

237. Mrs. Jennie McCrillis, Akron. 

238. Lucy E. Silver, R.D., Perry. 

240. Mrs. Cora M. Ash. 

241. George Youngman. 

243. Lena Traver, R.D. 2, New Berlin. 

244. Grove B. Smith. 

245. Mrs. Mabel Marsh, Brocton. 

246. Mrs. Ray E. Gaylord. 

247. Otis A. Allen, 120 Livingston St. 

249. Mrs. Roy W. Hardie, 58 Port St. 

250. Mrs. Margaret Becker. 

252. Mrs. Pearl Ingerson, 11 New St. 

253. Kenneth Kennedy. 

254. Harry Crow. 

255. Mrs. Marjorie B. Henrv, R.D. 2, Canandaigua. 

257. W. W. MacFarland, 1119 Third St. 

258. Ethel Lent 

259. Mrs. Ruth B. Baker. 

262. Mrs. Garfield Parnell. 

263. Daniel R. Young, 235 Osborn Ave. 

264. Harold J. Evans, Jr., 90 Sound Ave. 

265. Lois Long, Huntington Hills. 

266. Thelma Lampen, 1600 South Ave. 

267. Alice M. Denny, 916 South Ave. 

268. Earl G. Lawrence, 123 Montclair Dr. 

269. Mrs. Robert W. Smith, 48 Presque St. 

270. Frederick Ackley, 431 Raymond St. 



271. Gerald Rider. 

272. Mrs. Erwin M. Davis. 

273. LeahHeadly. 

274. Hattie M. Harter, R.D. 2, Watertown. 

275. Mrs. Frank W. Don. 

276. Dean S. Whipple, 640 Broad St. 

278. James M. Hastings, Arcade Bldg. 

279. Mrs. Gordon Keelev, 44 Partition St. 

280. Irving B. Farrand, R.D. 

281. Lois Brooks, 32 Overton Ave. 

282. Martin H. Clapp, 149 Edgemont Rd. 

283. Erna Visscher, 51 Snowden Ave. 

284. Genevieve M. Leland. 

285. Mrs. Alexander Wooden, Clinton Corners. 

287. Bessie Wickes, 10 Daniels St. 

288. Mrs. Homer N. Lathrop. 

289. Mrs. Marguerite W. Conrath. 

290. Wesley Matthews, 279 E. Seneca St. 

291. Louis Albion, 4 Chestnut St. 

292. Marion Edson. 

294. C. Brooks Hersey, 227 Washington Highway. 

295. Mrs. H. B. Willsie, East Berne. 

296. Mrs. Laurence Gibson. 

297. Fern A. Shepard. 

298. Douglas Stanton, Greenville. 

299. L. Wilson Trimmer. 

300. Mrs. Albert Moat, 1 Maple Ter. 

301. Mrs. Raymond F. Long. 

303. John Gelhorn. 

304. Grover Stoyell, R.D. 1, Locke. 

305. Harold T. Pritchard, 312 Richfield Blvd. 

306. George W. Knock, 315 W. Lafayette Ave. 

307. George H. Cain, 240 Stafford Ave. 

308. Harry Craner, 525 Stinard St. 

309. Bertha VanAmber, 202 Oxford St. 

310. Frank H. Eno, 301 Forest Hill Dr. 

311. Mrs. Fred Wilbur, 646 Terry Rd., R.D. 3. 

312. Ernest Post, R.D., Monsev. 

313. Mrs. Clifford Boardman, 16 Treadway St. 

314. Rev. Harry Serian, 97 Ninth St. 

315. Mrs. John H. Stewart, 36 High view Ave. 

318. Cyril Williams, 709 Charlotte St. 

319. Robert E. Roberts, 1647 Holland Ave. 

320. Mrs. M. L. DeGroodt, 112 Barton Ave. 

321. Mrs. Lena Lindsley, R.D. 5, Fulton. 

322. Mrs. Mildred W. Lewis. 

323. Evelvn Rowley Meier. 

324. H. C. McKenzie. 

325. Mrs. Chester A. Lilley, 30 Marion Ave., 

Merrick. 

326. Mrs. Kate Curtiss. 

327. Owen Owens, Roberts Rd., Sauquoit. 

328. WilUam D. Moran, 1709 State St. 

329. Mrs. Esther Carlson, 806 Sixth St. 

330. Mrs. Paul Drake, 327. N. Main St. 

331. Mrs. Fred Olmstead, R.D. 2., Holcomb. 
333. Gwilym Griffiths, R.D. 1, Groton. 

335. Robert Darling, R.D. 2, Berkshire. 

337. Roger Lewis, R.D., Cassville. 

338. Mrs. James G. Steers, 60 McKinley Ave. 

339. Mrs. Fred S. Hubbard, Briarview Manor Apts. 

340. F. B. Marsh, 76 Davis Ave. 

341. Mrs. Hoyt Mather, Whallansburg. 

342. Mrs. Gordon Lawrence. 

343. Milan Clark. 

346. Dawson Burnett, R.D. 2. 

347. W. W. Hirst. 

348. Isabel Veale, 446 Johnson St. 

349. Elizabeth DeShane, Box 223. 

350. K. Bennington, Huron St. 

351. Albert Reesor, R.R. 2., Markham. 

352. William Reesor, R.R. 3. 

353. W. E. MacLean, R.R. 3. 

354. Cecil Wagg. 

355. D. Hammond, 124 Concord Ave. 

356. Margaret Ryan, 21 Ave. Rd. Apt. 36. 

NORTH CAROLINA (Colored) 

7. W. H. Taylor. 

8. Mrs. Hattie Mills. 

9. Mrs. Cortney Godette, 601 Cedar St. 

10. W. A. Walden, R. 1. 

11. Mrs. Cecelia Gaines, R. 1, Box 220. 

12. Preston Covington, R. 5. 

14. Mrs. Areta Garrison, Apple St., Box 10. 

15. Charlie Howard. 



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Ethel L. Miles, R. 2, Box 85. 

Mrs. Lula M. Atkins, R. 1. 

Carlton Atkins, R. 3, % F. A. Talley, Sanford. 

Mrs. Julia W. Boulding, 600 S. McDowell St. 

Mrs. Shelva Russell, 93 Cline St. 

Mrs. Sarah Goodman, R. 2. 

Mrs. Jessie Simmons, Box 33. 

Mrs. Lillian McLain, 210 W. Enterprise St. 

Lillian Jessup, Star Route. 

Mrs. N. H. Reid. 

Deacon Morrow. 

Mrs. Ada Hayes, R. 1, Box 7. 

Eva Everett, Box 281. 

George Thompson, R. 2, Box 45. 

Arthur Lee, Jr., 2209 E. Market St. 

Mrs. Grace I. Hinnant, 1301 Sloan St. 

W. M. Griffith. 

T. R. Worth, R. 1, Box 90. 

Mrs. Coromus Maness, R. 2. 

Mrs. Vellie Thompson. 

Mrs. Roberta Alston. 

Mrs. Lucille Jone-s, 802 Park St. 

William Saulter, 1404 Furlough St. 

Duella Webb, R.D. 1. 

Mrs. Polly Simons, 520 Pery Alley. 

J. M. Pellom, R. 2, Box 324. 

Mrs. Madge Fox, R. 1, Box 122. 

J. W.White, R. 1, Box 30. 

Mitchel Squires. 

Harry W. Hicks. 

Mrs. J. L. Shephard, R. 1. 

Mrs. Annes Frvar, R. 1. 

Sam Woods, R. 1, Haw River. 

Mrs. Ibbie Fryar, R. 1, Box 7. 

D. Pettway. 

Mrs. Marjorie Thompson, R. 4, Box 35. 

Mrs. E. B. Crutchfield, R. 5, Box 115, Sanford. 

Mrs. Mary Henry. 

G. W. Cousins, R. 4. 

Minna Hall, R. 1, Box 90a. 

Johnny Harris. 

Mrs. Mary L. Womble. 

Hortense Smith. 

Mrs. H. B. Harris, % 1st Congl. Church. 

Bertha Mayo, 610 E. South St. 

F. L. Scott; R. 1. 

Andrew Woodard, R. 3, Box 39. 

Mrs. Lula Totten. 

L. W. Horton, R. 1, Box 113. 

Mrs. Alvenia Crutchfield, R. 

Mrs. Annie Headen, R.D. 1. 

Mrs. Essie Harper. 

Mrs. Ella Mae Headen, Box 786. 

Velva D. Green, R. 5, Box 5. 

Mrs. Lula M. Edison, R. 3, Box 360. 

Mrs. Ora Lassiter, Farmer. 

Mrs. Daisy Cross, Farmer. 

Mrs. Lula M. Smitherman. 

Mrs. M. C. Ready, 620 Queen St. 

Esther L. Wentz, 1218 E. 14th St. 



NORTH DAKOTA 

Jacob Krause. 
Henry Henne. 

B. J. Aisenbrey. 
Mrs. Will Erickson. 

Mrs. C. H. Morgan, Walcott. 
A. C. Mogle. 
Mrs. H. H. White. 
E. K. Grant. 
Alvin Kroh. 

C. H. Nobes. 
C. C. Russell. 
Karl Haberstrot. 

Mrs. Clara G. Overholser. 

Vine D. Lord. 

Jemima B. Burnham. 

John Scheeren. 

Mary Brown, R. 3, Devils Lake. 

Mrs. S. B. Niles. 

Mrs. O. C. Haug. 

Mrs. Louise Dynes, 266 W. Fifth St. 

Mrs. W. J. Dunwoodie. 

Jackson Ripley, Emmet. 



Ben (ioodbird. 

Mrs. Ruth Smith. 

Adolph Sperenger. 

Jake Rivinius. 

Dorothy E. Wylie, 1002 Front St., Apt. 1. 

Mrs. D. S. McArthur, 115 Seventh Ave. N. 

John V. Zuber. 

Mrs. John Schoening. 

Nina Argersinger. 

Daniel Flaig. 

John Presler. 

Fred Brosz. 

Mrs. R. A. Sterling. 

Mrs. H. O. Stevens. 

August Arlt. 

Wilhelm Maier. 

Andrew Telzer, Cole Harbor. 

William Schatz. 

Mrs. Ben Dittus. 

John Voegele, Beulah. 

Komrad Bauer. 

Irma M. Walker, 518 Belmont Rd. 

Mrs. J. Gensberg. 

Arline Abbott. 

Edwin Nutz. 

Harold Heitman, Harvey 

Maxine L. Chesley. 

Mrs. Ernest Ross. 

Fred Zuern, Jr. 

Mrs. H. L. Statemeyer. 

Peter Schatz. 

W. H. Itvich. 

Jacob Christmann. 

Glen Emch. 

A. C. Gifford, Kelso. 

Mrs. Frank Sussex. 

Mrs. Helen Tulp. 

Mary E. Cusator, 720 Second Ave., N. E. 

John Nitschke. 

George Elhand. 

Peter Billigmaier. 

Emmanuel Sienert. 

Richard Herman. 

Mrs. Cora Kraemer. 

Ingman Swinland. 

Mrs. John Dulmage. 

Mrs. L. E. Jennings. 

Mrs. Fred Armstrong. 

Mrs. A. W. Rice. 

Gilbert L. Elken, Jr. 

August Heupel. 

Ludwig Schmidt. 

Mrs. Harry Roberts. 

John Gall, Jr. 

Christ Kinzler, Kulm. 

Mrs. E. W. Ryall. 

Mrs. J. W. Bliss, 608 Lincoln Ave. 

O. D. Herstein. 

John Riegal. 

Mrs. Charles Vadnie. 

Jacob Bader. 

Henry L. Haring. 

Mrs. Edgar Meetson. 

Mrs. Norman Halstenson. 

Mrs. Milo S. Matthews. 

Mrs. Mary McHattie, Box 216. 

Mrs. L. H. Dethloff. 

Anton Kolberg. 

Mrs. E. P. Krogh. 

Clarence S. Butler. 

Mrs. Wyatt Walch. 

W. A. Herstein. 

Mrs. Emma McLeeds. 

John Bunker. 

Mrs. Charles Pierce. 

Mrs. S. A. Collis. 

Mrs. F. W. Smith. 

Mrs. M. E. Roberts. 

Mrs. B. F. Woodall. 

Jacob Matthais. 

Mrs. Fanny Lowery. 

Berenice Albrecht. 

Fred Braun. 

Emil Schaefer, Washburn. 

S. L. Mythaler. 

Edith Larson, State School of Science. 



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NORTH DAKOTA (continued) 

133. Mrs. Walter O. Burk, 821 N. Main. 

134. H. C. Edgerton. 

136. Henry Gall, Jr. 

137. John Lemick. 

OHIO 

1. R. T. Harper, 21 Orchard Rd., Zone 3. 

2. Mrs. J. C. Woodward, 605 W. Market St., 

Zone 3. 

3. Mrs. Dorothy Deszell.'R. 9, Box 773. 

4. Mrs. C. A. Alexander, S. Lake St. 

5. P. T. Nelson, Gates St. 

6. Jesse Werts, R.R. 
8. Mrs. Ola Overturf. 

11. Mrs. Martha A. Powell, 614 Prospect Rd. 

12. Alice Burger, 1826 W. Fourth. 

13. Mrs. R. C. Moneypenny. 

14. Mrs. Lepha Wilson. 

15. Mrs. Roy Wern. 

16. Mrs. Mae Mooney. 

17. Virginia Wilhams, Avon Center Rd. 

19. Mrs. Abbey H. Sheppard, Ira. 

20. Mrs. Treva Morris. 

21. F. M. Webster, 233 Kilbourne St. 

22. S. H. Dugan, 208 Eighth St. 

23. Bessie Bradley, 169 E. Bridge St. 

24. Alice Tucker. 

25. Bessie M. Green, 25 W. Main St. 

26. H. A. Nixon. R. 1. 

28. A. R. Drake. 

29. Mrs. Irena Hall. 

30. Mrs. Beatrice Wright, 31 Miller Rd. 

31. Clair Goss. 

33. Mrs. Rowenna G. Mazey, R. 4, Masurv. 

34. Henry L. Leimbach, R. 2. 

35. Edwin Morgan. 

36. Mrs. James Eisley. 

38. Mrs. Helen H. Coats, Box 231. 

39. Mrs. D. F. Kittle, 310 W. Main St. 

41. Virgie O'Hara, R. 2, Eaton. 

42. Mrs. Ruth Morris, 1915 Widmer Ct., N. E.. 

Zone 4. 

43. Mrs. Emma Geuy. 

44. Charles Pickett, R.D., Bellevue. 

45. Herman M. Linton. 

47. Mrs. Maud Chrisman. 

48. Lewis J. Hissett, 155 S. Main St. 

49. Mrs. Mildred Snyder, 213 S. Hambden St. 

50. Mrs. Gertrude Clinesmith. 

52. M. E. Merchant, 7 Sheldon Close, Zone 27. 

53. M. Ethel Evans, 427 McGregor Ave., Zone 6. 
55. Dorothy Bauer, 1028 Lockman Ave., Zone 5. 
58. Mrs. Margaret Boes, Gessner Rd. 

60. George H. Ketteringham, 2020 View Rd., 

Zone 9. 

61. John Ross, 5207 Franklin Blvd. 

62. D. Jean Starr, 5111 Fowler Ave., Zone 4. 

63. Mrs. A. Chaloner, 4646 W. 11th St., Zone 9. 

64. Mrs. Fred V. Davis, 1839 Grantham Rd. 

65. Fern Wallis, 3248 W. 117th St. 

66. Arthur Eastman, 926 Brunswick Rd., Cleve- 

land Hts., Zone 12. 

67. Mrs. George W. Scott, 4941 E. 86th St., Gar- 

field Hts. 

68. C. S. Ettenger, 154 E. 214th St., Euclid Zone 

19. 

69. Mrs. F. M. Weeks, 14600 Euclid Ave., E. 

Cleveland, Zone 12. 

70. Mrs. Robert P. Smith, 1834 W. 48th St., 

Zone 2. 

71. Norma Hanslik, 682 E. 124th St. 

72. Andrew M. Kxamer, 1532 Northland Ave., 

Lakewood. 

73. C. D. Clark, 3254 W. 123rd, Zone 11. 

74. Llewelyn Daniels, 4904 E. 96th St. 

75. Edward C. Smith, 13850 Clifton Blvd. 

76. Mrs. WilHam J. Benes, 13913 Svec Ave. 

77. Blanche Johnson, 3494 Tullamore Rd. 

78. Marguerite H. Grimm, 1015 E. 76th St., Zone 

3. 

79. Mrs. George Taylor, 1044 E. 174th St. 

80. Mrs. Carl G. Klaiss, 3500 E. 151^t St. 

81. Mrs. Thomas Russell. 2592 W. 14th St., 

Zone 13. 



82. Mrs. Frank C. Wrede, 3123 Warrington Rd. 

Zone 20. 

83. Harry Forsberg, 14408 Shaw Ave. E. Cleve- 

land, Zone 12. 

84. Mrs. J. B. MacMaster, 3567 Antisdale Ave. 

Zone 18. 

85. T. L. Jenkins, 16212 Ernadale Ave. Zone 11. 

86. Mrs. Helen M. Koehler, 3245 E. 118th St. 

Zone 20. 

89. William C. Randall, 50 W. Broad St. 

90. Daisy A. Richev. 1495H E. Main St. 

91. Mrs. E. B. Graham, 325 Crestview Rd. 

92. Alice D. McKee, 2948 Neil Ave. 

93. Mrs. C. W. Mummert, 978 S. High St. 

94. Amos L. Goodwin, 404 S. Broadway. 

95. Edna Morris. 

96. Mrs. E. R. Trim, 223 Wrights Ave. 
98. Mrs. William G. Cook. 

101. Mrs. Bessie Young. 

102. Mrs. Margie Cromer, 407 E. Walnut St. 

103. Carl L. Beal, Silver Lake. 

104. Mrs. LawTence E. Swabb, 125 Edgar Ave.. 

Zone 10. 

106. Mrs. Pearl Swartz, R. 2. Tipp. Citv. 

107. MaryTippie, 43 Devonshire Ave. 

108. Mrs. Paul Lockmyer, 2608 N. Main St. 

109. Margaret E. Whitacre, 30 Cedarlawn Dr., 

Zone 5. 

110. J. B. Hornish. 

113. Mrs. Eugene Hickin. 2503 Dover Rd. 

114. H. O. Whitaker. 

115. Mrs. Harriette Johnson. 

118. R. V. Locke, 405 N. Barron St. 

119. Mrs. Mabel F. Ellis, 329 Cambridge St. 

120. A. W. Scrivens, 356 Concord Ave. 

121. Mrs. Ruth T. Winchell, 436 Cleveland St. 

122. Mrs. Thelma King, R. 1, Springfield. 

124. Mrs. Earl Lynham, 324 Chestnut St. 

125. Gertrude Dennis. 

126. Austin Carpenter. 

133. Cecil Candy. 

134. Mrs. Charles Humm. 

135. Audrey L. Schlamb. 

136. Mrs. Victoria Doty, 728 Tiballs St. 

137. Mrs. John Herman. 

138. Mrs. Walter Bowmaji, R. 1, Ravenna. 

139. Myrta J. Tvler. 

140. Carra F. Goodrich, 39 N. Eagle St. 

141. Dorothy Wadsworth, R. 2. 

142. Mrs. Alberta Wilhams. 

144. Mrs. Charles Baker. 

145. Mrs. Fred Koehler, 26 Burnham St. Cin- 

cinnati, Zone 18. 

146. Ralph B. Clark, 700 E. Third St. 

147. Henry Keller, R. 1. 
149. Mrs. George Carver. 
152. Mrs. Frances Haugh. 
154. Nina Young. 

156. Reba Stevens. 

157. W. O. Jenkins. 

158. Arthur A. Faler. 

159. Harlan N. Wood. 

160. Glenn R. Beardsley. 

162. Mrs. L. H. Holhnshead. 

163. Ross Milner, E. Walnut St. 

165. M. B. Spelman, 501 W. Main. 

166. Mrs. Edna Upham. 

167. Mrs. Hazel Hefner. 

169. Mrs. Lora WilUamson, R. 3, Troy. 

171. Ora Wolf, R. 2. 

172. Mrs. Theodore Welch. 

175. E. G. Hall, R. 2. 

176. Norris K. Leach. 

177. Eva E. Mossman. 

178. Mrs. Vey I. Hart. 

179. Mrs. Bessie Hawkins. 

180. Harold Harrington. 

182. Rhea E. Eddy, 445 Ninth St. 

183. Mrs. Elmer Wray, R. 1. 

184. Hoyt Leiter. 

185. Mrs. Vernon Staver, R. 1, West Milton, 

186. Bessie M. Houle. 

188. Carl C. Lawson, 265 E. Main. 

189. Mrs. Russell Cline, 427 Glessner Ave. 

190. Lucille Bover, 520 Grant St, 

191. Ervin Mutacli, 



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192. Lillian G. Gantz, P.O. Box 202. 

194. Mrs. William E. Stacy. 

196. Mrs. Mildred W. Hall. 

197. Bertha Hall, 211 Meigs St. 

199. D. W. Morey, 246 W. Sixth St. 

200. Pearl Rosser. 

201. D. O. Babcock, Washington Apt. 
204. Mrs. George Drake, 29 N. Main St. 

206. Mrs. Blanche Meridith. 

207. Mrs. Hazel Kuhns. 

208. Mrs. H. E. Honaker. 

210. Violet Moran. 

211. Mrs. Charles Dennis, R.R. 

212. Mrs. John Geiger, 404 E. Vine St. 

213. Mrs. Gertrude Mills, R. 2. 

214. J. M. Sanner. 

218. Herman Smith, Quincy 

219. Even D. Rees, Gallipolis. 

220. Mrs. Greely H. Baker, 667 Linnville Rd. 

221. John Moore, Conover. 

222. Ruth Goodman. 

224. Mrs. Blanche Sanders, Box 154. 

226. Mrs. Nellie Radcliffe, Box 192. 

227. Mrs. Julia Conn. 

228. Vera Wilbur, R. 1, Elyria. 

229. Edith Wolfe. 

230. Mayme C. Parry. 

231. Evelyn V. Latham. 105 Elm St. 

232. Alva E. Shafer, Polkadotte. 

234. Gilbert Hall, River St. 

235. Ethel Clutter. 

237. Mrs. M. J. Henricle, 26 Orchard Grove. 

238. Mrs. Viola Taylor, 223 Morse Ave. 

239. Mrs. W. W. Moore. 

240. Mrs. Lawrence Betts. 

241. Anita Ortman. 

242. Mrs. Robert E. Adlard, 509 Scott St. 

244. Mrs. Ray Woodbury, R. 1. 

245. Irene W. Jones, R. 1, S. Vienna. 
251. Mrs. Anna Little, R. 1, Moscow. 

253. George L. Pugh. 

254. John Floyd, 548 Day St. 

255. Mrs. H. C. Dean, R. 2. 

256. Mrs. Eunice Ellis, R.D., Peninsula. 

257. Mrs. Hewitt Fredebaugh, Lake Shore Blvd. 

259. Gladys Barker, R. 1. 

260. Mary T. Barker. 

261. John S. Parsons, R. 2, New Milford. 

262. Georgia Sackett. 

263. E. W. Crabbe, R. 3. Box 37, Georgetown. 

264. Lucille Libhart, 218 E. Washington St. 

265. Mrs. Rose Michel, Depot Rd. 

266. Edith Morris, R. 4, Box 107, Hamilton. 

267. Ben R. Evans, 1026 First Ave., Gallipolis. 

270. Mrs. William Roberts. 

271. Mrs. Lucy W. Simpson. 

272. Mrs. Flora Elliott, R.D. 

273. Mary Mitch. 

274. Mrs. F. W. Swanev, 502 S. Broadway. 

275. Frank Lawson Walsh, 127 W. Cecil St. 

276. Mrs. Lois M. Hupman, 3 Oakland Court. 

278. Ethel Hardy, 303 Summit Ave. 

279. Ernest J. Fish, Pearl Rd., Box 133. 

280. Francis E. p:iliott. 

282. Mrs. May Taylor. 

283. Ralph J. Oechsler, 6604 Maplewood. 

284. S. S. Rothrock, 2949 Overlook Rd., R. 2, 

Cuyahoga Falls. 

285. Bruce Bacon, 2418 Scottwood Ave., Zone 10. 

286. Mrs. Florence C. MUey, 1315 Harvard Blvd. 

287. Ray Livingston, 4205 Eastway. 

288. Anna Miller, 2331 Pemberton Dr. 

289. Walter Black, 2826 123rd St., Zone 11. 

290. June Klaiber, 209 Raymer Blvd., Zone 5. 

291. S. E. Eichman, 2002 Parkdale Ave. 

292. H. R. Fisher, 236 S. Franklin St., Richwood. 

293. Asa M. Strader. 

294. Kenneth Bvrum, 1021 S. Walnut St. 

295. Mrs. Lela McDivitt, R. 2, Garrettsville. 

296. Myrtle Silver, R. 1. 

297. Lois D. Rose. 

300. Mrs. Wm. G. Packer, R. 1, Georgetown. 

302. Ruth Rosencrans. 

303. Thomas G. Williams, 419 W. Huron St. 



304. Helen Kelch, R. 2. 

305. May Bacon. 

306. Mrs. Mary Richey. 

307. M. P. Haggard. 

308. Jay C. Burr, 422 Cherry. 

310. Mrs. Grace E. Jones, R. 2, Ravenna. 

311. Leonora A. Fobes. 

312. Alice A. Andrus. 

313. Mrs. L. W. Allen. 

314. Mrs. Florence Goodwin, Midland. 

315. John Wick, R. 2, Bradford. 

316. Mrs. Herbert Defwiler. 

317. Marcel Ammerman. 

318. Mrs. Sarah E. Wirt, R. 1, Fostoria. 

319. Helen Gordon, 234 N. Main St. 

321. M. W. Swank, R. 3, Troy. 

322. Mrs. Joseph Taylor, R.D., N. Benton. 

323. Mrs. Grier Davidson. 

324. Mary Forman Fishel, 834 E. 337th St. 

326. Mrs. C. S. Curtiss. 

327. Mrs. Roena Thomas, R. 4, Greenville. 

328. Douglas Morgan, 83708 Helena Ave. 

329. Arthur Morgan, 7045 Union Nat'l. Bank Bldg. 

330. Mrs. Earl Beckett, 135 Hamline Ave. 

331. Mrs. Martha Levitt, 1116 Columbia St. 

332. Mary Fish, Waterford. 

333. Mrs. Lora Mills. 

334. Mrs. Arleen McLallan. 

336. Mrs. Kenneth K. Loemker, 1607 Fifth Ave., 
Zone 3. 

OKLAHOMA (White) 

2. Guy Gigoux, R. 2. 

3. John Beck, Indiahoma. 
5. Mrs. C. M. Jenkins. 

7. Mrs. Oleeva Dittner. 

8. Carl Bengtson. 

9. David Winter. 

12. L. R. Major, R. 4. 

14. Mrs. Chas. E. Trindle, R. 4. 

15. C. S. Watkins, 1108 B Ave. 

16. Conrad Stoll. 

17. Ruby Black. 

18. Mrs. Ellen Dow. 

19. Mrs. L. C. Pierce, 1135 N. W. 12th, Zone 6. 

20. H. H. Schoenhals. 

22. Mrs. R. M. Swain, 529 W. Canadian. 

23. Mrs. Russell Seaman, 315 W. Broadway. 

24. Mrs. Wayne Mallorv, 716 N. Bradley. 

25. Henry H. Kissler, R". 4. 

26. Mrs. Pearl Kinsley. 

27. D. G. Axtell. 

OREGON 

1. Mrs. John Barker, 578 Iowa St. 

2. Richard Simonson, 169 W. Franklin Ave. 

3. Mrs. Anita Steiner. 

4. Hugh Parry, R. 3, Box 127, Oregon City. 

5. Mrs. Herbert Mason. 

6. Mrs. Glenn Yergen, R. 2, Aurora. 

7. Charles Jenne, R 2, Beaverton. 

8. Mrs. Metha R. Anderson. 

9. Mrs. Negra De Laney. 

10. Mrs. T. J. Starker, 3800 Oak Creek Rd. 
U. Mrs. Carrie E. Tyler, R. 2, Box 161. 

12. Charles M. Rector. 

13. Mrs. C. A. E. Whitton, 490 13th Ave. E. 

14. Mrs. Carl L. Fletcher, Fifth Ave. S. E. 

15. Mrs. Mary E. Blackler. 

16. Mrs. Ellen Hatch, Box 23. 

17. Blanche Bridle, 417 W. Main St. 

18. L. E. Bamford, R. 1, Forest Grove. 

19. Mrs. George Wuest, 403 Sherman St. 

20. Mrs. Louis Miller, Box 303. 

21. Mrs. Orval Bowers, R. 2, Freewater. 

22. Mrs. E. M. Baker. 

23. Mrs. Winifred Jones 

24. Albert F. Joens, 346 Division St. 

25. Mrs. A. M. Edwards. 

26. Edna Willig. 

27. A. C. Howland, 620 Main St. 

28. Mrs. Edvthe Hevser, Box 502. 

29. Gertrude Herzog, 8843 S. E. 32nd St., Mil- 

waukee 2. 

30. Helen Green, 2805 S. E. Harrison St., Zone 15. 

31. Mrs. Alfred V. Johnson, R. 1, Box 2935. 



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32. Mrs. Jean Vrem, 4704 N. E. 106th, Zone 13. 

33. Mrs. Frank McNurlen, 4120 N. Missouri Ave., 

Zone 11. 

34. Charles E. Sites, 5203 S. E. 39th, Zone 2. 

35. Mrs. Roland H. Hewett, 5260 N. Depauw St., 

Zone 3. 

36. Violet Hyde, 3003 S. E. 29th .\ve.. Zone 2. 

37. Philip Hahn, 3878 N. E. Rodney Ave., Zone 12. 

38. Albert Liebelt, R. 5, Box 868, Vancouver, 

Wash. 

39. George Philip Sittner, 4515 N. E. Grand Ave., 

Zone 11. 

40. John Schnell, 1942 N. E. Crane, Zone 11. 

41. Otto Nasi, 4224 N. Michigan, Zone 11. 

42. Mrs. H. F. Richardson, 144 N. Sixth St. 

43. Mrs. D. H. Upjohn, 964 S. Liberty St. 

44. Mrs. H. L. Braden, 1710 Court St. 

45. Mabel Kilworth. 

46. Nolan R. Yoder, R. 1, Box 104, Hubbard. 

47. Glenn Howell, 1000 E. 13th St. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

1. Mrs. Rintha M. Whiteside. 

2. Edward Clingerman. 

3. Henry W. May, Crystal Springs. 

4. Mrs. William Perdew. 

5. Anna Davis, 38 Tamaqua. 

7. Alice Hochuli, 3000 Fourth Ave. 

8. Joseph W. Mellott. 

9. Mrs. Enza Williams. 

11. Mrs. George Hankovsky, 2223 Delaware Ave., 

Swissvale, Pittsburgh, Zone 18. 

12. Mrs. C. T. Bequeath. 

13. Grace A. Price, Mechanicsville. 

14. John Poprosky, 1519 Schrader Ave., Mones- 

15. Mrs. Leota B. O'Neal. R.D. 2. 

16. G. F. Smith. 

17. D. C. Robinson, R.D. 3, Everett. 
19. Mrs. John Pascoe, Moser Ave. 
21. Leslie Dodd. 

23. John Matanin, 814 Catherine. 

24. B. F. Jervis, 103 E. Crawford St. 

25. Mrs. G. O. Roberts, R.D. 1, Portage. 

26. WilUam S. Nicholson, 98 Sharpe St., Kingston. 

27. Benjamin J. Davis, 169 Jackson St. 

28. Laura Pfaub, Butler St. 

30. Mrs. H. Floyd Steekman, R.D. 3. 

31. J. Frank Hershberger, R.D. 3. 

32. S. Herman Morse, R.D. 1, Breezewood. 

33. George J. Vermeire, 278 Shenango Blvd. 

34. Mrs. Cyril Hepler, R.D. 4, Ashland. 

35. Mrs. Ralph M. Anderson, 364 Fairfax Rd. 

Drexel Hill. 

36. Ruth E. Rinehart, R.D. 1, Conshohocken. 

37. J. Paul Jones. 

38. F. D. Wilmarth. 

39. Mrs. E. N. Akers, Sipes Mills. 

40. Daniel T. Jones, 209 Stonvcreek St. 

41. A. W. Lupfer, 500 Biddle St. 

*43. Robert W. Jones, 245 E. Patterson St. 

44. Mrs. George W. Canfield, Stevenville. 

45. Jennie Pross, 60 N. Fourth St. 

46. Joseph Davies, 431 E. Pine St. 

47. J. A. White, 1405 Beaver Ave. 

48. Mrs. Edith Goetz, 937 Fawcett Ave. 

49. Mrs. Joseph Novotniak, 600 Reynolds Ave. 

50. Mrs. Arthur Thomas, Alden Ext. 

51. Madeline Reed. 

52. Jennie Jones, 103 S. Fourth St. 

53. Howard Rudisill, 34 N. Maple St. 

54. Emilv Nash, 324 E. Green St. 

56. Harry Howland, R.D. 1, Rome. 

57. Melvina J. Davies, 420 Electric St. 

59. David T. Lewis, 417 Susquehanna Ave. 

60. H. Keverian, 1701 N. Robinson, Zone 31. 

61. Mrs. Eleanor Saunders, 5851 Angora Terrace, 

Zone 43. 

62. Sinclair T. Roberts, 4916 Cottage St., Zone 24. 

63. Agnes Geddes, 77 E. Seymour St. Zone 44. 

64. Mrs. Margaretta M. Crawford, 3367 Emerald 

St. 

65. C. L. Cushmore, Sr., 541 Arbutus St., Zone 19. 



66. Elmer Entenmann, 1454 E. Columbia Ave., 
Zone 25. 

68. E. M. Llovd, 960 Norwich Ave., Zone 26. 

69. Freda W. Neugebauer, 132 Stanton Ct., W. 

Zone 1. 

70. Fred Oehling, 1306 Arlington Ave., Zone 10. 

71. Herbert F. Gramm, 150 Olympia St., Zone 11. 

72. Bernhard F. Munk, 304 Glaser Ave., Bellevue, 

Zone 2. 

73. Hans F. Grosskreuz, 22 Norton St., Zone 11. 

74. Mrs. Clara Lorey, 2330 Sidney St., Zone 3. 

75. Mrs. John Kocerha, 801 Woods Run Ave., 

Zone 12. 

76. George S. Treusch, 620 Smithfield St., Zone 22. 

77. A. G. Niklaus, 1908 Rockledge St., Zone 12. 

78. Florence Swanson, 8015 Susquehanna St., 

Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

79. John A. Raum, 32 Bucyrus St., Zone 20. 

81. C. C. Bierly, 613 Fourth St. 

82. WilUams Lewis, 234 Cameron St. 

83. Rees Close, 61 Academy St. 

84. Elmer Jones, 69 E. Shawnee Ave. 

85. Mrs. Newell G. Corbin, R.D. 1. 

87. Evan J. Lewis, 2008 Wavne Ave. 

88. Gladys Cule, 1318 Division St. 

89. Jennie Daniels, 1117 Division St. 

90. Olwen Abel, 229 Ferdinand St. 

91. Harry J. Rees, 1531 Luzerne St. 

92. Ruth R. Eagan, 11 N. Grant St. 

93. Mrs. W. A. Maitland, 830 Prindle Ave. 

94. Mrs. Walter MilHchap, 133 N. Ferguson St. 

95. Robert Edwards, 132 Fifth St. 

96. Lon E. Phelps. 

97. John D. Williams, R.D. 3. 

98. Mrs. Mildred Brundage. 

99. Mrs. Earl Davis, R.D. 2, Corry. 

100. Lewis Rehner, 1704 Lowell St., Natrona Hghts. 

101. Mrs. E. T. Daniels, 117 E. Atherton St. 

104. Mrs.MaxineB. Peck, R.D. 1. 

105. Alice C. Swanson, 623 Fourth Ave. 

106. Mrs.H.J.Whitaker, R.D.3. 

107. Violet Rodda, 69 Rutter St. 

110. Dan Davies, Jr., 19 Maffett St., Plains. 

111. William J. Mann, 77 Spruce St. 

112. Maurice C. Schaller, 530 N. Washington St. 

114. Mrs. Elsie G. Hopengardner, R.D. 1. 

115. A. B. Gordon. 

PUERTO RICO 

2. Mrs. Julia H. Robles, Bo. Quebrda Seca. 

5. Petra Martinez, Box 144. 

6. Mrs. Emilia Robles, Bo. Las Cabozas. 

7. Venturo Robles, Box 335. 

8. Caridad Hernandez. 
10. Juan Ares. 

13. Ana Victoria Ramos. 

14. Benancio Medina, Bo. Daguao, Ceiba. 
19. Luis Diaz. 

21. Juan Vega, Verada Estrecha 3. 

22. Jacobina de Leon. 

RHODE ISLAND 

1. Robert M. Brown, 60 Alfred Drowne Rd., 

W. Barrington. 

2. Robert A. McCaughey, 864 Hope St. 

3. WilUam O. Holden, 46 Gooding St., Paw- 

tucket. 

4. Robert E. Steere, Box 145. 

5. Minnie F. Cole, Cole Ave. 

6. WilUam N. Gorrie, 1212 Pontiac Ave. 

7. Mrs. Aima C. Carson, 78 Strathmore Rd., 

Edgewood. 

8. A. H. Weeden, 135 Uxbridge St. 

9. E. Gertrude Ross, 32 Arcade Ave., R.D. 4, 

Attleboro, Mass. 

10. Milton P. Blackwell, 50 Dartmouth Ave., 

Riverside. 

11. Lelia L. Myra, 60 Grosvenor Ave. 

12. Jessie R. Kent, Wampanoag Trail. 

13. A. E. Stene, Box 25. 

14. ]\Irs. Grace B. Almy. 

15. Mrs. Mildred Farrell, Greene. 

16. Florence McPherson, 702 Thames St. 

17. Mrs. Lena C. Brogden, 40M Edgar Court. 

18. Clarence E. Conkev, 72 .Armistice Blvd. 

19. Mrs. Norman D. Kelley, 42 Carter Ave. 



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RHODE ISLAND (continued) 

20. Mrs. Howard E. Krieger, 103 Owen Ave. 

21. Ernest Matthews, 53 Makin St. 

22. John R. Carpenter, 9 Indian Run Rd. 

23. Leonard P. Philbrick, 82 Hazard Ave. 

24. Mrs. Ernest A. Chase, 90 Stanwood St. 

25. Francis L. Moses, 210 Waterman Ave., E. 

Providence. 

26. Russell P. Jones, 89 Cole Ave. 

27. David Davidson, 57 Whitmarsh St. 

28. Haig Avedisian, 70 Althea St. 

29. Mrs. Robert C. Cooper, R.D. Box 114, Greene. 

30. C. E. Medde, 25 Kilburn Ave. 

31. Hemingway Hamlin, N. Main St. 

32. Mrs. Henry C. Durfee, Seapowet Ave. 

33. Hazel Manchester, King Rd. 

34. Frank D. Krebs, 108 Beach St. 

35. Mrs. J. Douglas Rae, 25 Beach St. 

36. Edna B. Hawkinson, 25 Arnold St. 

37. Mrs. Guy R. Fish, 74 Vose St. 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

1. Mrs. Maude E. Fites, 1416 S. Lincoln. 

2. Mrs. Fred Burton. 

3. Mrs. Hazel Brekke. 

4. Mrs. D. C. Hammitt. 

5. Fred Ritter. 

6. Wilham Brosz. 

7. Mrs. M. M. Kern. 

8. Mrs. L. M. Stelzer. 

9. Mrs. Robert A. Prindle. 

10. Mrs. R. S. Riddle. 

11. Mrs. C. C. Shattuck. 

14. E. R. DeRemer. 

15. H. C. Gross. 

16. Mrs. Florence Styles. 

18. Mrs. Marion Guse. 

19. Mrs. Margaret Whitney. 

20. Alex Little Eagle. 

21. F. O. Palmer. 

22. George Krieger, Gregory. 

25. Mrs. N. W. Meyer. 

26. Mrs. Joel Smith. 

27. W. E. Andresen. 

29. William Blue Arm. 

30. Mrs. R. W. Kelner. 

31. Mrs. Alice L. Woolworth. 

37. Mrs. Glen Coe. 

38. Esther Mallery. 

39. WillApland. 

40. Mrs. Lorna Vance. 

41. Louise Red Bear. 

42. Mrs. Harrison Bailey. 

44. Abe White Dog. 

45. Mrs. N. M. Barker. 

46. Mrs. Joe Sheaman, Spencer, Wyo. 

47. J. Fauss Webber. 

48. Mrs. Chet Bell. 

49. Mrs. Charles E. Foster. 

50. Albert Berrith. 

51. Julius Wittmayer. 

52. Cahs Woerpel. 

53. R. M. Whitney. 

54. Frank A. Fillbach. 

55. Mrs. Lela Trusty. 

56. Mrs. L. A. Kern. 

57. Mrs. Robert Barkley 

58. Edward Schoppert. 

59. Mrs. Cv C. Swartout. 

60. Henry Dupper. 
64. Henry Korb. 

66. Mrs. Henry Bale. 

67. Philip La Claire. 
69. Donald Sunding. 

72. Jacob Rieb. 

73. Otto Mayer. 

74. H. O. Winburn. 

75. James High Hawk. 

76. Virgil Ferris. 

77. Mrs. Frank Getzen. 

78. Mrs. W. H. Thrall. 

79. Mrs. Alice D. Roberts. 

80. Mrs. Magnus Locken. 

81. Herman Korb. 

82. Fred Biel, Sr. 



100. 
101. 
102. 
103. 
104. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
110. 
111. 
112. 
115. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
123. 
124. 
125. 
127. 
128. 
130. 
131. 
132. 
134. 
136. 
137. 
138. 
139. 
140. 
141. 
142. 
143. 
144. 
145. 
150. 
152. 
153. 
154. 
155. 
156. 
159. 
160. 
161. 
164. 
165. 
166. 
167. 
168. 
169. 
171. 
173. 
175. 
176. 
177. 
178. 
179. 
180. 
181. 
182. 
183. 
185. 
186. 



Christ C. Vogele. 
Mrs. K. D. Cory. 



T. F. Biel. 
Mrs. A. I. Johnson. 
Mary Rivers. 
Mrs. Hilda J. Swanson. 
Dennis Dog Eagle. 
Ada Frazier. 
Mrs. James Mikkelson. 
Emil Gall. 
Mrs. A. B. Lorimor. 
Elias Spotted Horse. 
Mrs. Ethel Ankle. 
Mrs. F. T. Phinney. 
"■ ist C. Voge" 
. K. D. Co 
Otto Schneider. 
Mrs. Frank Boerger. 
Mrs. Minnie Hendrickson. 
Mrs. R. F. Dearborn. 
Mrs. Fred Wilcox. 
Mrs. J. B. Reese. 
Mrs. Claude A. Preston. 
Jacob Ritter. 
Rev. E. W. Altvater. 
Mrs. John Borin. 
Mrs. Hans Sorensen. 
Irene Koepnick. 
J. J. Tiede. 
Paul Mogck, Olivet. 
Robert Freier, Delmont. 
Gottfried Tiede. 
Alfred Sharpfish. 

Marvel Adams, 110 West Oak St. 
W. N. Graham, 910 St. Charles St. 
Mrs. Beatrice ShrefHer. 
E. E. Junek. 
Adam Eagle Staff. 
Mary Knife. 
Mrs. Carrie Meehan. 
John Schlichenmayer. 
John Weber. 
Christ Pfaff. 
John Schanzenbach. 
Chloe Johnson, 721 N. Indiana Ave. 
Mrs. Laura Orris. 
Ida D. Henton. 
Mrs. Olive Jones. 
Mrs. Alex Wood, Tyndall. 
Mrs. Jennie Dahlenburg. 
Mrs. Mary Jacobs. 
Mrs. Al DeFries. 
Reuben B. Isaak. 
Herbert Isaak. 
John Schlechter. 
Mrs. Elsie Miller, Strandburg. 
Mrs. Lloyd Bovee. 
Annabelle S. Roberts. 
C. M. Jackson. 
Mrs. Mary E. Babb. 
Hazel Hegarty, 302 N. Maple St. 
David Ackerman. 
Mrs. Ethyle Anderson. 
William Tupper. 
Mrs. Dayton Burchfield. 
Edward Schimke. 
Mrs. Gould B. Lange. 
Mrs. A. B. Fleeger. 
Mrs. Cora A. Moore. 
John McLean. 
Hester Bradshaw. 
Helen E. Miner, 613 Douglas St. 
Rueben Koehler, 1100 Walnut St 
Cecil Thomas. 
Mrs. Helen Wise Spirit. 
Philip Swift Bird. 
Thomas Kidder. 
David Frazier. 
Charlie LaPlante. 



SOUTHERN CONVENTION 

1. Mrs. E. H. Adams, Clayton. 

2. H. L. Wall, Elams. 

3. Herbert Langston, R. 2, Clayton. 

4. S. W. Holleman, Holly Springs. 

5. Robert Moore, R. 3, Littleton. 

6. A. W. Watkins, R. 3, Zebulon. 

7. T. C. Brickman, R.D., Raleigh. 



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Mrs. Annie N. Ferrell. 

A. M. Cotten, Merry Oaks. 

E. M. Blanchard, Fuquay Springs. 
W. H. Duncan. 

Mrs. Louise C. Long, R. 3, Chapel Hill. 
Mrs. Juanita Warren, R. 1, Cary. 
Margaret Edwards, R. 4, Henderson. 
Meona Davis, R. 1, Youngsville. 
Mrs. Joseph Tussey, Garner. 

C. D. Newman. 
Mrs. J. L. Johnson. 

Mrs. R. P. Stevens, R. 2, Sanford. 

Mrs. Junie Gunter, Garner. 

Margaret Alston, R. 1, Henderson. 

Mrs. Mack Dixon, R. 3, Apex. 

Lillie Fowler. 

Mrs. J. W. Lett, R. 2, Jonesboro. 

Mrs. W. L. HiUiard, Gary. 

J. L. Read, Norlina. 

Mrs. R. L. Pearce, R. 1, Franklinton. 

Mrs. R. R. Gupton, R. 2, Louisburg. 

Mamie Mumford, Garner. 

Lola Jones, R. 2, New Hill. 

John Chamblee, R. 1, Louisburg. 

Leroy Snipes. 

J. W. Hudson, R. 1, Youngsville. 

Mrs. Howard Pittard, R. 3, Durham. 

Mrs. J. P. Stephenson, R. 4, Raleigh. 

D. O. Neighbors, Benson. 
Elizabeth B. Long, R. 1, Lillington. 

B. G. Parton, R. 3, Raleigh. 
Ethel Holmes, Franklinton. 

S. G. Lehmon, 123 Brooks Ave. 

Stella Stout, 516 Mclver St. 

Jack W. Campbell, R. 2, Jonesboro. 

Davis S. Packard. 

Mrs. R. L. Ross, R. 5, Sanford. 

H. W. Johnson, Fuquay Springs. 

Mrs. George M. Williams, R. 3, Raleigh. 

W. G. Scarborough. 

Mrs. W. E. Garrison, Windsor. 

P. B. Barrett, Sedley. 

Mrs. Herbert Harrell, Driver. 

Mrs. Lola Eason, R. 3, Norfolk. 

J. W. Folk, R. 3, Suffolk. 

John C. Tomko, Disputanta. 

E. W. Carroll, Wakefield. 
J. C. Morris, Disputanta. 
Mrs. G. C. Mann. 

J. E. Corbitt, Sunbury, N. C. 

W. S. Barrett. 

W. C. Moore, 306 N. Bradford St., Dover, Del. 

J. H. LiUey. 

L. B. Norfleet. 

Mrs. E. Ij. Rawles. 

Emmett G. HarreU, Holland. 

Mrs. G. A. Robertson, 207 N. 15th Ave. 

Mrs. W. E. Wills. 

Mrs. S. J. Bryant. 

Mrs. B. F. Hancock, Sedley. 

E. B. Rawles, Box 398, Suffolk. 

Mrs. F. H. Johnson, Zuni. 

Mrs. O. W. Crittenden, Crittenden. 

O. V. Cockes, Elberon. 

Mrs. R. E. Pulley, 311 Pennsylvania Ave., 

Hampton 
Mrs. B. C. Haskett, 2533 Chesapeake Ave., 

Zone 3. 
Russell S. Marshall, 38th and Granby Sts. 
J. A. Hall, 1409 Colon Ave. 
Mrs. W. B. Bowden, 3200 Shore Dr., Zone 3. 
W. W. Starnes, 6818 Franby St. 
Waverly K. Parker, R. 1, Sunbury. 
Mrs. J. RoUie Gayle, Carrollton. 
J. A. Branch, 117 Franklin Ave. 
E. M. Story, 421 King St. 
W. F. LawTence, 1724 Matthews Ter. 
Ruth Burgess, 3220 Flovd Ave. 
Mrs. A. P. Cofield, 1200 Rosemont Ave. 

C. E. Hollowell, 1231 Chesapeake Ave. 
Mrs. E. B. Richardson, Waverly. 

J. D. McClenny. 

R. H. Joyner, Sr., R. 2, Franklin. 

R. T. Brittle, Dendrun. 



Wallace F. Brinkley, R.D., Waverly. 

R. D. West. 

Mrs. E. R. Lane. 

Mrs. R. E. Apple, R. 1, Whitsett, N. C. 

Phelena A. Dickey, 132 Spears Ave. 

Mrs. H. C. Murray. 

Mrs. W. S. Franks, R. 1, Eton College, N. C. 

Mrs. Ida P. Murray, R. 3, Mebane, N. C. 

Clyde Iseley, R. 4, Burlington, N. C. 

E. N. Pearce, Box 916. 

Edith Dickens, R. 3, Burlington, N. C. 

J. T. AUred, R. 4, Burlington, N. C. 

Mrs. W. V. Crawford, 1471 Myrtle Ave. 

A. T. Crutchfield, 622 Club Blvd. 

Mrs. W. J. Utt, Fancy Gap, Va. 

Nannie D. Reitzel, Elon College. 

Opal Isley. 

Mrs. EUa A. Holt, 403 N. Main St. 

R. G. Moffitt, 813 Vance St. 

A. H. Hinshaw, 2215 Vine St. 

Clarice Gunn, R. 3, Reidsville, N. C. 

Mrs. Fannie Byrd, Box 123. . 

Kent Rice, Nelson, Va. 

L. V. Smith, R. 1, McLeansville, N. C. 

Carleen Faucette, R. 3, Burlington, N. C. 

Mary Ellen Madison, R. 4, Reidsville, N. C. 

Mrs. P. W. Farthing. 

Mrs. Elsie Morris. 

Mrs. Ralph McCollum. R. 2, Reidsville, N. C. 

T. J. Earp, Milton, N.C. 

Mrs. Elsie Bray, Nathalie, Va. 

W. J. Fon\-ille, R. 5, Burlington, N. C. 

Edwin J. Hopkins, 1519 Chnton Ave. 

Mrs. J. W. Kernodle, Brown Summit, N. C. 

Ethel Friddle, Stokesdale, N. C. 

Zeb H. Lynch, Box 231. Elon College, N. C. 

Carrie A. Sharpe, Summerfield, N. C. 

Mrs. T. S. Scott. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Sipe, News Ferry, Va. 

Edna Glenn Huffine, Guilford College, N. C. 

Mrs. C. W. Geringer, 36 Montgomery St. 

Clarence Edwards, Fancy Gap, Va. 

Selma Marshall, R. 2, Walnut Cove, N. C. 

Ethel Mae Barber, R. 2, Elon College, N. C. 

Frances Hudson, R.D. 

Mrs. Josephine Graham Turner, R. 3, Burling- 
ton, N. C. 

R. A. Dunkley, Virgilina, Va. 

Lewis E. Correll, 2429 Maplewood Ave. 

E. A. Showalter, R. 4, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Mrs. Carroll Monger, R. 2, Elkton, Va. 

Ella Pickering, R. 1, Broadway, \'a,. 

Mrs. Joe M. Tibbens. 

Mrs. Russell Smith, Timberville, Va. 

W. B. Burke, Seven Fountains, \a. 

Susie Duncan, Star Route, Edinburg, Va. 

R. O. Rothgeb, R. 3, Luray, Va. 

Mrs. Arnold Hosaflook, R. 2, Harrisonburg, 
Va. 

Charlotte Hillyard, Broadway, Va. 

Mrs. Allene Kite, Shenandoah, Va. 

Thelma Morris, Dyke, Va. 

Ethel Lam, R. 2, Elkton, Va. 

H. E. Liskey, R. 3, Harrisonburg, Va. 

C. W. Louderback, R. 1, Shenandoah, Va. 
Mrs. Shirley Oliphant, R. 3, Edinburg, Va. 
Mrs. A. W. Hersley. 

Walton BrUl, Lehew, W. Xa. 

Roy A. Larrick, 367 East Piccadilly St. 

J. C. Dean, Shenandoah Caverns, Va. 

Mrs. D. J. Nicholson, R. 1, New Market, Va. 

Alfred G. Plyler, 160 N. Depot St. 

Geanie Oldham, R. 2, Bear Creek, N. C. 

Mary Needham, R. 1, Seagrove, N. C. 

Mrs. Orva Brown, 967 Straight St. 

Mrs. C. S. Allred, R. 1, Asheboro, N. C. 

L. M. Murray. 

D. E. Cole, Biscoe, N. C. 
O. H. Lambert. 

Mrs. lola McDuffie, Spies, N. C. 

Mrs. C. C. Phillips. 

Quentin Britt, R. 1, Biscoe, N. C. 

Lola Farlow, R. 1, Sophia, N. C. 

Mrs. Ralph Foushee, R. 1, Sanford, N. C. 

J. D. Kernodle. 

John H. Langley, Box 112, Pittsboro, N. C. 



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SOUTHERN CONVENTION (continued) 

178. Louise Patton, 811 Vail St. 

179. Mrs. Earl Stout. 

180. Z. V. Brook, R. 2, Cameron, N. C. 

181. Dorothy Ward, R. 1, Steeds, N. C. 

182. A. L. Davis, R. 1, Seagrove, N. C. 

183. W. M. Co.^, R. 2, Ramseur, N. C. 

185. Mrs. Mildred Malone, R. 1, Asheboro, N. C. 

186. J. M. Brown, R. 1, Bennett, N. C. 

187. L. C. Fogleman, R. 2, Snow Camp, N. C. 

188. Ollie Mae Beane, Ramseur, N. C. 

189. Mrs. A. R. McDowell, Jackson Creek, N. C. 

190. Jason Moore, Hemp, N. C. 

191. Mrs. Clayton Cox, R. 1. 

192. W. G. Lamb, Box 95. 

193. Mrs. W. F. Flenniken, 935 S. Cox St., Ashe- 

boro, N. C. 

194. Mrs. E. B. Cochran, Troy, N. C. 

195. Mrs. F. P. Stout, R. 1, Ramseur, N. C. 

196. Thomas B. Lowe, Liberty, N. C. 

197. Troy Hall, R. 1. 

198. Mrs. H. J. Cox, Box 524, Asheboro, N. C. 

199. W. R. Brown, R. 1, Asheboro, N. C. 

TENNESSEE (Colored) 

1. Mrs. Perry G. Suttle, 2001 Ivy St. 

2. W. W. Jones, 1368 S. Parkway, E. 

3. Natalie LawTence, 1400 Hynes St. 

4. Catherine Tajlor, Fisk University, Zone 8. 

5. J. P. Higgins, 922 Brownsferrv St. 

6. Jackson E. Todd, 1723 High St. 

7. Marion Hogan, 268 E. Fifth St. 

8. Lyman T. Johnson, 2627 W. Madison St. 

TEXAS (White) 

1. William Trenckmann, Littlefield Bldg. 

2. Littau, L. H., R.R., Perrvton. 

3. W. A. Biggs, 3817 Colonial Ave., Zone 15. 

4. George Schoenhals, Box 44, Darrouzett 

5. Paul C. Bujard, 1016 W. Bewick. 

6. W. E. Harris. 

7. Mrs. Cora A. Shaw, 126 Felisa St., Zone 4. 

TEXAS— Oklahoma (Colored) 

1. Mrs. Beulah Washington, 1235 Gladys St. 

2. Ethel L. Melton, 565 Fletcher St. 

3. Mrs. D. N. Leathers, 1106 Chipito St. 

4. Mrs. Marie Johnson, 721 Fairmount St. 

5. Mrs. Annie Robertson, 3100 Tuskegee St. 

6. Mrs. Ray L. Wilson, 1115 Valentine St. 

7. Mrs. Mattie Taylor, Waden R. 14. 

8. Mrs. I. C. Scott, 115 N. Church St. 

9. Horace Smith, R. 2, Box 37. 

2. Mrs. Emma Henson, R. 1, Box 152 A. 

3. William M. Jones, 706 N. Missouri St. 

4. Miss Janice Henson, R.D., Box 185. 

UTAH 

2. Mrs. H. C. Barker, 319 12th St. 

4. Mrs. Alice Cowan Slack, Pleasant View. 

5. Mrs. A. J. Gorham, 715 Second Ave. 

6. Violet Swenson, 238 W. Third, S. 

8. Rev. Tosuke Ota, 243 W. First, S. 

9. Madeline Gile. 

10. Mrs. Rose B. Johnson. 

VERMONT 

1. Mrs. Delia H. Honey. 

2. Mrs. Frances L. Maurice. 

3. Mrs. Albert G. Westney. 

4. Arthur C. Wells. 

5. Mrs. Dean A. Goss. 

6. Charles A. Spear, 21 Park St. 

7. Mrs. Charles Brooks. 

8. Lena M. Lawrence, 5 Temple PI. 

9. F. Stewart Graham, West Rd. 

10. Claude A. Rich, 114 Imperial Ave. 

11. Mrs. J. B. Phillips. 

12. Mrs. Dorcas Stanhope, R.D. 1, Enosburg 

Falls. 

13. Mrs. Anna T. Galina. 

14. Mrs. Nellie T. Graham. 

15. W. Gilbert Cole. 

16. Mrs. Mary B. Nichols. 



100. 
101. 



Bernard A. Webster. 

Everett J. Taggart, 83 High St. 

Mrs. S. Peter Larson, South Vernon, Mass. 

Mrs. Pearle D. Taylor. 

Merrill T. Wolcott. 

Mrs. Ina D. Farr. 

Mrs. Gladys W. Knowles, R.D. 1, Williams- 
town. 

Mrs. Ruby D. Joslyn, 26 North Ave. 

Katharine F. Worcester, 52 Overtake Park. 

E. R. McKee, 42 Henderson Ter. 

Everett Walbridge. 

Mrs. Ivittie E. Lang. 

Mrs. Helen Hurlburt. 

Ida B. Watters. 

Axel E. Olson. 

Anna Byington. 

John M. Comstock. 

Louise E. Squier. 

Mrs. Rachel C. Weeks. 

J. Murray Wright. 

Mrs. Hazel L. Carter. 

E. H. Matthews. 

Mrs. Vinnie A. Elliot. 

Ellen M. Dustan. 

Mrs. Nelson Williams. 

Mrs. Glen F. Watson, R.D. 1, Groton. 

Mrs. W. F. Ivilborn, R.D. 1, Newport. 

Mrs. Olive H. Dern. 

Dwight Miller, Jr. 

Mrs. Stella Merchant, R.D. 2, Waterbury. 

Mrs. Roy J. Grant. 

Mrs. Carrie Spaulding. 

Mamie L. Moffatt. 

Mrs. Norma E. Abel. 

Wallace W. Austin. 

Be.ssie Wright. 

Elvin C. Spiller. 

Mrs. Josephine E. Jackman. 

Pauline N. Bebee. 

Robert H. Wells, R.D. 2. 

Mrs. Charlotte W. Hancock. 

Mrs. Marion O. Wright. 

Mrs. Lloyd Chaffee, R.D. 2. 

Mrs. Daisy Hilliker. 

Richard Griffith, 181 N. Main St. 

Annie J. Roberts, N. Main St. 

Mrs. W. F. Leach. 

Helen I. Collins. 

Abel C. Brown. 

E. L. Pierce. 

Mrs. H. A. Larabee. 

Louise A. Ballard. 

Amy N. Davis. 

Mrs. Hettie W. Matthews, Taft's Corner, 
Spencer, Mass. 

Mrs. Lynette N. Miller. 

Mrs. Eva E. Keyser, R.D. 2, Lancaster, N. H. 

Jean Campbell 

Mrs. Jennie D. Rowell. 

John T. Wilson. 

Mrs. Lucia Hazen Webster. 

Mrs. Henry Labelle. 

Mrs. FredFlinn. 

Chauncey A. Adams, R. 2, Fair Haven. 

Shirley N. Young. 

Mrs. O. N. Washer. 

Harry E. Rice. 

Mary Robinson. 

Dorothy R. Smith. 

Mrs. Anna B. Pratt. 

Albert P. Byington. 

Anna R. Hutchins. 

M. A. Laselle. 

Mrs. Louise A. Naramore. 

Raymond C. Morrison. 

George C. Otis, 136 Main St. 

Myrtie M. Davison. 

Mrs. Clifton W. Gray. 

Blanche M. Conner. 

Lucy Buffum. 

Anna B. Buck. 

Mrs. Madge Hamilton, W. Brattleboro 

Anna L. Burnham. 

Julius O. Seeley, 16 South St. 

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VERMONT (continued) 

102. Mrs. A. B. Holcombe, R.D. 3. 

103. Helen M. McAllister, 10 Liberty St. 

104. Carroll E. WUcox. 

105. Anna L. Mower. 

106. Mrs. GUbert McClintock, R.D., Wells River. 

107. Mrs. Henry L. Ketcham. 

108. Mrs. Alice Conant Landon. 

109. Robert H. Clement, 123 Main St. 

110. Albert R. Willard. 

111. Mrs. H. W. Slafter, 16 Central St. 

112. Mrs. Freda Sargent. 

113. Mary S. Warren. 

114. Regina A. Dean. 

115. Mrs. Ray H. Palmer. 

116. Mrs. Margaret C. Toof. 

117. Mrs. J. D. Huntley. 

118. Mrs. Clyde Rogers. 

119. Otis S. Wisell. 

120. Mrs. M. I. Sherman. 

121. Mrs. R. B. Abbott, Star Route, Barnet. 

122. Eugene C. Simonds. 

123. Mrs. Edwin Lamb. 

124. Harold S. Phillips. 

125. Mrs. Myra E. Hatch. 

126. Melcher M. Aronson, 25 Grove St. 

127. Bessie F. Braley. 

128. Max G. Church. 

129. Mrs. Mary Carr Dadmun, 1 Summer St. 

130. Mrs. Vic D. Edson. 

131. J. William Riggs. 

132. Mrs. Sadie R. Harvey, R.D. 3. 

133. Carrie M. Howe. 

134. Gertrude A. Dewey, R.D. 3, S. Royalton. 

135. Edward F. Haye. 

136. Mrs. F. C. Merry, 12 Kngsley Ave. 

137. Norah ffittell, 229 N. Main St. 

138. Mrs. Mable G. Benedict, R.D. 4. 

139. Arthur F. Stone, 7 Highland Ave. 

140. Mrs. Helen F. Chase. 

141. George Hinman, 2 Spring St. 

142. Mrs. Grace L. J. Gale. 

143. Mrs. Nellie W. Buxton. 

144. Mrs. Mary N, Gibson. 

145. Christine E. Johnson. 

146. Mrs. Alice G. Dudley. 

147. Mrs. Ada M. Amsden. 

148. Ray R. Allen. 

149. Mrs. Olive A. Young. 

150. Harold G. Rogers. 

151. Mrs. Walter S. Vail. 

152. F. Ray Adams, 184 Summer St. 

153. Harold H. Fulton. 

154. Frank J. Phelps, R.D. 1, Brandon. 

155. L. E. Jordan, 12 Farrar St. 

156. Rev. William A. Estabrook. 

157. Mrs. WilUam H. Rogers. 

158. Mrs. Clyde Morey. 

159. Mrs. Mabel M. Hayward. 

160. Mrs. Isabel L. Claflin. 

161. Mrs. Lillian M. Cross. 
J62. E. W. Graves 

163. Mrs. Ethel C. Harding. 

164. Clarence A. Bisbee. 

165. R. A. Merchant. 

166. Mrs. Carrie A. Reed. 

167. Mrs. Lena Goodspeed. 

168. Mrs. Mildred B. Eldredge. 

169. Mrs. Ida C. Pike. 

170. Mrs. P. L. Langdell, R.D. 1, Johnson. 

171. Mrs. David F. Hoisington. 

172. Mrs. Minnie Haskell. 

173. J. Pearle Hinman. 

174. Mrs. Henry G. Chamberlin, Sunset Lake Rd. 

175. Mrs. Georgia Woodard. 

176. Mrs. Edith H. Burchards. 

177. Mrs. Dorothy D. Munn. 

178. Homer B. Hitchcock. 

179. Mrs. Edgar T. Grow. 

180. Mrs. A. A. Webster 

181. Erwin C. Newton. 

182. Mrs. Lelia D. Williams. 

183. Mrs. Frances M. Chapman. 

184. Mrs. Lucy E. Thornton. 

185. Mrs G L. Tyler. 



186. Mrs. Harriet G. Ross, 75 Clarendon Ave. 

187. Mrs. Charles De Celle. 

188. Charles S. James. 

189. Mrs. Addie C. Wooster. 

190. Clyde A. Densmore, R.D. 1, White River 
Junction. 

191. Mrs. Bertha M. Wiggin. 

192. Sylvia A. Warren. 

193. Kathleen P. Howe. 

194. Paul P. Jones. 

195. Walter W. Blanchard, 11 Pine St. 

196. Luna B. Converse. 

197. Clarence F. Coffin, 43 Lincoln St. 

VIRGINIA (Colored) 

1. James L. Jordan, R. 1, Box 86, Smithfield. 
3. J. H. Copeland, R. 2, Box 31, Holland. 

5. Arthur Langston. 

6. Mrs. M. L. Copeland, R. 2, Box 22. 
9. Mrs. Annie E. Douglass, Sussex Co. 

10. E. M. PhiUips, 1141 37th St. 

11. Williams Wilson, 1125 36th St. 

15. Mrs. Mildred Bowe, c/o 817 Berkley Ave. 

16. Ida G. Jones, R. 3, Box 71. 

18. Mrs. S. G. Taylor, 1224H Church St. 
21. Frank Parker, R. 1, Box 112. 

23. Mrs. Fannie E. Savage, 308 Boat St. 

24. Mrs. Carrie W. Owens, 641 Second Ave. 

25. Joseph T. Watford R. 3. 

26. Mrs. Mollie F. Skeeter, R. 2, Box 684. 

27. Mrs. Viola Watson, R. 2, Box 44. 

29. Mrs. Ruth Parker. 

30. J. W. King, 226 Pine St., Suffolk. 

31. Mrs. Annie Askins. 

WASHINGTON 

1. Mrs. T. C. Lehman. 

5. H. A. van Schravendyk. 

6. Mrs. L. A. McDougall, 221 E. Market Ave. 

7. Mrs. Floyd S. Brown, 716 Tenth St. 

8. Mrs. C. E. Wagner, R. 2, Box 256. 

9. William Pruter, 196 Mellroad. 

10. Emma B. Harris. 

11. Mrs. S. W. Jones. 

12. Mrs. Orval Buttrey. 

14. Mrs. A. Strohm. 

15. Mrs. Anna Hart, P.O. Box 23, Naselle. 

16. Mrs. Virgil Kochur, 1508 W. Eighth St. 

17. Mrs. Daisy McPheeters, 1024 Broadway, 

Yakima. 

18. Mrs. F. E. Kunz. 

19. Mrs. Clara Wilcox, 811 40th. 
Pearl L. Manlev, 101 Union St. 
Mrs. Ruth Buchan, 2634 Park Dr. 
Mrs. W. McClelland. 

Peter Hill, Star Route, Box 110, Battleground. 
Mrs. Maud Loughray. 
Mrs. Lyla Freitag, R. 1. 
Mrs. L. M. Patterson. 
Mrs. Walter Powell. 
Mrs. Ruby Cole. 
H. V. Guerney. 

Jacob Grinnwalt, R. 1, Poalous. 
E. M. Eager, N. 506 Dean way. 
Mrs. Paul Sax, 659 E. Third. 
Evelyn Maxon. 
William O. Scott. 
Mrs. O. G. FoUwaag. 
Dan Radack, Cashmere. 
Mrs. Claude Owens. 
John E. Weitz, P.O. Box 416. 
Eugene G. Clark, 921 Colby Ave. 
Mrs. Joe Gotchy, Box 861. 
George Linker. 
George W. Groffman. 
George D. Thompson. 
Mrs. Glen Biggart. 
Mrs. Anna Blazier. 
Myrtle Shotly, R.R. 1, Box 8. 
Emil Stueckle. 
Mrs. Verna Murray, Box 8. 
J. R. Nieme, Centralia. 
Fred Borth. 
Mrs. C. O. Anderson. 
George Todd. 
Mrs. R. G. Cunningham, 4520 Third St. 



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WASHINGTON (continued) 

66. Mrs. George O. Lee. R. 1, Woodinville. 

67. Carl Lentz, R. 1. 

69. Mrs. Lester Rohlf. 

70. Olga G. Dorcas. 

71. Mrs. C. S. Ensley. 

72. Mrs. Frank Wood, R. 8, Yakima. 

73. Mrs. Ellis Koven. 

74. Mrs. Edna Payne. 

75. Frank E. Wraspie. 

76. Dan Frieske. 

77. Jacob Weizel, R.R. 1, Box .50, Ritzville 

78. Mrs. Katharine M. Nobbitt, 319 N. Thomas. 

79. Fred Roloff, R. 3, Bo.'s 558. 

80. Mrs. Loyd W. Strong. 

81. Viola Hays, 620 W. Lewis. 
85. James A. Tarte, R. 1, Blaine. 

87. Mrs. G. T. Spinning, 1109 Kamiaken. 

89. Mrs. MoUie Lloyd. 

90. Mrs. Helen Schrocder. 

91. Jake Hocfel. 

92. J. H. Vehrs. 

93. Adda NLxon. 

94. Julius Jasman, Star Route 1, Marlin. 

95. E. L. Gutberlet, 341 ' 61st Ave., S.W., Zone 6. 

96. Mrs. David O'Connor, 1603 Walker St., Zone 
44. 

97. Helen Nichols, 4815 37th Ave., S. 

98. Mrs. Bert Roberts, 3729 42nd, S.W.,.Zone 6. 

99. Florence Jensen, 9260 California Ave., Zone 6. 

101. Paul Stoll, 1170 E. Howell. 

102. Mrs. Stella Blosser, 2124 N. 63rd, Zone 3. 
104. Martha Snow, 2344 N. 51st. 

106. Mrs. Charles Stackpole, 7708 Holly Park Dr., 
Zone 8. 

107. Grace Breiver, 3718 11th Ave., N.E., Zone 5. 

108. Mrs. Dewitt Gilbert, 2852 44th, W., Zone 99. 

109. O. K. Devin, 2032 23rd, N. 

110. Max Hipkoe, 4558 Thackeray PL, Zone 5. 

111. C. G. Hannaford, 1622 California Ave. 

112. Mrs. H. R. Elsdon, E. 1611 Queen Ave. 

113. Joy Nickerson, 3227 E. 28th Ave. 

114. Harry T. Davenport, 1208 W. Ninth Ave. 

115. Mrs. Emma Low, R. 1. 
117. Ronald H. Crowe. 

119. Christian Lemke, Malton. 

120. Mrs. R. E. Todd. 

121. Bertha Ketner. 

122. Philip Frank, 1926 S. Sprague. 

123. Charles D. Saverv, 4411 N. 38th St. 

124. Mrs. W. S. Burroughs, 3800 N. 24th St., Zone 7. 

125. Arthur Boucher, 4332 Bell St., Zone 8. 

127. Mrs. Inez Warrell, 209 S. Chestnut. 

128. Mrs. Ethel Britton. 

130. Maybelle A. Bartlett, 500 West 17th. 

131. Mrs. Robert Davidson. 

132. Doreen Westwood. 

133. Ralph Taggart, 101 Louchie St. 

134. Con. Butherus, 212 Willard. 

137. Edward Jeske. 

138. Mrs. Grace Carpenter, Box 616. 

139. E. L. Glader. 

141. Mrs. Margaret Gideon. 

142. Jessica Reed, 309 N. Third St. 

WISCONSIN 

1. Mrs. Lulu Rowland. 

2. Mrs. Jennie Gates, R. 6, Chippewa Falls. 

3. Alma Rockney, Box 254. 

4. R. H. James, 428 Watson St. 

5. Mrs. W. J. Nachtwey, R. 1. 

6. Ruth Dawes, 715 E. North St. 

7. Mrs. Gertrude L. Brown. 

8. Newton Bobb, 1008 Second Ave., W. 

9. Vella Van Wormer. 

10. Mrs. Barbara Attridge, R. 1. 

1 1. J. W. Pryor. 

12. John Pitt Deane, 823 Church St. 

13. Mrs. Minnie D. Fiske, 1318 Elm St. 

14. Margaret E. DeBois, 1162 Hinsdale Ave. 

15. Izna Longcroft, 921 Oak St. 

16. Mrs. Effie Hanson 

17. Mrs. Edward Kimball. 

18. Mrs. A. W. Pickering. 

19. Leslie Woodruff. 



20. Mrs. Louise M. Tornowske. 

21. C. H. Yahn. 

22. Peter M. Ramsey. 

23. Mrs. May L. I\Jeckner. 

24. Mrs. O. G. Fiker. 

25. Seth Fratt, 371 Henry St. 

26. Mrs. Jesse Fisk. 

27. Mrs. William Cole. 

28. Mrs. Stella M. Zachow, 121 N. Clinton Ave. 

29. Bessie M. Erickson, 353 W. Prairie St. 

30. Mrs. E. L. McCabe. 

31. L. W. Smiley. 

32. Wallace C. Dalton. 

33. Luella F. Mereness, 109 Racine St. 

34. Cecilia Evans, 333 W. Clarence St. 

35. Mrs. Irma Jeffrey. 

36. Mrs. Ed Gillmore. 

37. Esther Austin. 

38. Mrs. Ethel R. McKee. 

39. Mrs. Sarah Marshall, 407 N. Division St. 

40. Edith M. Fitzgerald, 318 Emery St. 

41. Mrs. Iva B. Moore, 703 Folsom St. 

42. Mary G. Ebbott. 299 E. Fulton St. 

43. A. J. James. 

44. Mrs. John Sandner. 

45. Mrs. Elmer Bartz, R.D. 

46. Mrs. Colon MacKenzie, 119 S. Church St. 

47. E. A. Greene, R.D. 1. 

48. Mrs. Paul Carr, 206 Spring St. 

49. Mrs. Selma Bovce. 

50. Mrs. Paul Robeson, R.D. 1. 

51. H. G. Churchill. 

52. Mrs. C. E. Willoughby, R.D. 1. 

53. Mrs. Herman Swiggum. 

54. Mrs. T. H. Patterson, Minocqua. 

55. Charles Hotaling, 281 E. Merrill Ave. 

56. Mrs. Glen Austin, 320 Jefferson St. 

57. Mrs. J. C. Williams. 

58. Katherine McGowan. 

59. Mrs. Thomas S. Biggar, R.D. 4. 

60. Mrs. Hans Blom. 
01. Barbara Nelson. 

62. Letitia Mason. 

63. Mrs. George Higgins, Wilniot. 

64. Mrs. H. O. Spindler. 

65. Mrs. Leroy West, R.D. 1. 

66. Louise Moger, 723 E. Mason St. 

67. Mrs. R. W. Heiple. 

68. Margaret Hope, R.D. 1. 

70. Pearl Nelson, R.D. 1. 

71. Walter C. Gralapp, 26 N. Rural St. 

72. Willard Parry, Nashotah, R. 1. 

74. Mrs. R. E. Quinn. 

75. John McCutchin, R.D. 1. 

76. Mrs. F. G. Johnson. 

77. Mildred Enloe, 429 Prospect .\ve. 

78. Mrs. R. H. Negel, 600 Crooks Ave. 

79. Mrs. T. R. Fowler. 

80. William J. Morrow, 2318 75th St. 

81. Walter G. Kacerovsky, 203 Center St. 

82. Mrs. Ed Foster. 

84. Mrs. Edvthe Riebe, 218 S. 24th St. 

85. Mrs. Selma J. Conklin, 213 W. Third St. 

86. Florabelle Johnson, 1024 North St. 

87. Mrs. A. V. Mills, 308 College St. 

88. Mrs. G. J. Challoner. 

89. Mrs. Harriet Allen. 

90. Julia Dickman. 

91. Mrs. Delia Tripp, R.D. 3. 

92. Robert Price, Avoca, R.D. 

93. Mrs. Elba Neff, R.D. 1, Box 119. 

94. Mrs. R. E. Lawler. 

95. F. O. Leiser, 1105 Harrison St., Zone 5. 

96. Ray E. Shower, 1236 Williamson St., Zone 4. 

97. LilUan A. Marks, 2306 Center Ave., Zone 4. 

98. Mrs. James Green. 

99. Mrs. N. C. Kirch. 

100. Mrs. John W. Best, Clark St. 

101. Carl Johnson. 

,102. Laura Bisping, 18 Broad St. 

103. Mrs. W. R. Ivirk, 104 Third Ave., W. 

104. Anna J. Plumb. 

105. Sam Kotilainen, 1515 S. 33rd St., Zone 4. 

106. Walter Mertins, 3401 W. Villard Ave., Zone 9. 

107. E. P. Farrill, 7024 Cedar St.. Zone 13. 

108. P. B. Lewis. 2004 N. 58th St., Zone 8. 



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WISCONSIN (continued) 

109. Ada Fenton, 2119 E. Park PI., Zone 11. 

110. Phillipa Curnow. 

111. Mrs. W. R. Hardy. 

112. Floyd D. McKenzie. 

113. Nora Nelson, R. 1, Box 52. 

114. Mrs. Marion Kunze, 177 N. Hewett St. 

115. Mrs. Grant Cooper, 124 Second St. 

116. Mrs. F. J. Pfeifer, 213 W. Beacon St. 

117. Mrs. Nellie Winter. 

118. Mrs. Ward Brugger. 

119. Mrs. W. B. Gowell. 

120. Jennie Jacobs, 212 Second St. 

121. Mrs. Paul Hursh. 

122. Alma Leupold, Athearn Hotel. 

123. Mrs. Harry Blood, 125 Ashland Ave. 

124. Mrs. Jessie Isom. 

125. Mrs. Prudence Turnev. 

126. Mrs. Art Madsen, 555 S. Fourth Ave. 

127. Florence Peterson. 

128. Mrs. Rose Ormsby. 

129. Marjorie Booth. 

130. Fred Trachte, Arpin, R. 1. 

131. Leslie Lory, R.R. 2. 

132. Mrs. Niel Craven. 

133. Mrs. Sadie Stanton. 

134. Mrs. R. W. Robertson, 621 Reed St. 

135. Paul E. Marquardt, 531 W. Chestnut. 

136. Clyde Roesch. 

137. Ed Rogers. 

138. Mrs. L. A. Gould. 

139. Alex Breske, 2205 Lawn St. 

140. Harold F. Jensen, 1511 Grange Ave. 

141. Dona Brownell, 519 Tenth St. 

142. Walter Blockwitz. 

143. Mrs. Milton DeMoulpied, Caledonia, R. 1, 
Box 30. 

144. Mrs. Joseph Taylor. 

145. Arthur Bobb. 

146. Mrs. Henry Winat, 822 S. Oneida Ave. 

147. Mrs. John Collins. 

148. J. F. Groves, 652 S. Grove St. 

149. Belle M. Deans, 421 E. Walnut St. 

150. J. W. Budderman. 

151. Mrs. Ella Noble. 

152. John D. Hill. 

153. Marion Dearth. 

154. Henry G. Krause, R.R. 3. 

155. Mrs. Clara Arens, 1919 N. Seventh St. 

156. August Kettler, 1423 Carl Ave. 

157. Monroe F. Manley. 

158. Mrs. Genevieve Drennan, R.D. 2. 

159. Mrs. John O. Rogers, R. 3, Box 192. 

160. Ruth E. Howes, -104 Hawthorne Ave. 

161. F. J. Hughes, 515 N. Water St. 

162. Laura Carlsen, R.R. 2. 



163. Mrs. Merle Gilbert. 

164. Mrs. B. F. Davies, R.D. 

165. Mrs. D. W. Lowater. 

166. Mrs. Fern Campbell. 

167. Walter Giewald. 

168. Mrs. Floyd Bernard, 1532^ Iowa Ave. 

169. Frank A. Robbins, 15 Juniper Ave. 

170. Andrew Peterson, R.R. 2. 

171. Mrs. Esther Jacobs. 

172. Mrs. D. Wilson. 

173. W. P. Boyle, 402 E. Lincoln Ave. 

174. Mrs. Edna H. Johnson. 

175. Mrs. Charles Growt. 

176. Mrs. Eunice Lagerbloom. 

177. Alice M. Preston, R. 2, Box 109. 

178. Ned M. Slocum, 1706 29th St. 

179. H. E. Moe. 

180. L. C. Bowman. 

181. Teressa A. Moore. 

182. Howard Cooper. 

183. Mrs. C. E. Richards. 

184. Mrs. L. M. Mears, 909 Dodge St. 

185. Mrs. W. G. Skewes, 703 Lincoln Ave. 

186. Edith Moul Scott. 

187. Mrs. Grace W. Spalding, 1511 Church St., 
Zone 13. 

188. Frances Haskins, 413 Lande St. 

189. Mrs. Lenora V. Kurth, Grand Marsh, R.D. 

190. H. C. Humphrey, 706 Center St. 

191. Mrs. Laura E. Jewell. 

192. Mrs. Charles D. Bewick. 

193. Mrs. Katherine K. Fisher, 641 Baker St. 

194. Gladys G. Lawrence. 

WYOMING 

1. Mrs. Reta Carr. 

2. Mrs. Frank Henry, Box 347. 

3. Norma Rath, 1920 Seymour Ave. 

4. Mrs. Frank Wilson. 

5. Mrs. Wayne Anderson, 409 N. Second St. 

6. Mrs. Vernon Hartan. 

7. Mrs. Ellen Brown. 

8. Mrs. Clara P. Whelan. 

10. Mrs. Gertrude Newman, Van Tassell. 

11. Mrs. E. B. Hitchcock, Park Hotel. 

12. R. G. Best, 456 Summer St. 

13. Mrs. Mabel Zerbe. 

14. Mrs. Denzil Blow. 

AFRO CHRISTIAN 

1. Mrs. Beulah Reddick, 45 Ege Ave. 

2. Mrs. Annie Martin, 415 S. Eighth Ave. 

3. Mrs. Jannie G. Brodie, 1015 Trinity Ave., 
Zone 56. 

4. Mrs. Genesee Williams, 214 W. 133rd St. 

5. Mrs. Helen Lopez, 21 W. 137th St. 



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CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 



Where the Post Office is that of the church of the same number in the schedule, it is omitted. Street and 
R.D. are given where needed. Where the names of the workers are not reported the number of the church 
is omitted. Mr. and Miss have been uniformly omitted. 



CALIFORNIA (Northern) 

2. Donald Maccallum, 1798 Scenic Ave., Berkeley 

4, Stud. Asst. to Pastor. 
9. Rev. David Stowe, 2345 Channing Way, Zone 
4, Asst. P. 
Mrs. EUzabeth C. Biedenbach, 2345 Channing 
Way, Zone 4, Sec. 
10. Mrs. E. F. Penrose, 1145 Walnut St., Church- 
time attendant. 
47. Mae Baudin, 2501 Harrison St., Zone 12, R.E. 
Dir. 
Mrs. Jean Wood, 691 Wesley. Zone 10, Sac. 

Worker. 
Mrs. Evelyn Baldwin, 2501 Harrison St., Zone 
12, Sec. 
51. Alice L. Sanderson, 3805 Piedmont Ave., Zone 
11, RM.Dir. 
Mary Coxhead, 3805 Piedmont Ave., Zone 11, 

Dir. Com. Service. 
Alice Osborne, 3805 Piedmont Ave.. Zone 11, 
Sec. 
54. Mrs. Samuel E. Maddox, 815 Walnut St., Sec. 
68. Evelyn Williams, 2326J^ K St., R.E. Dir. 
71. Alice D. English, 580 Capp St., Zone 10, Dir. 

R.E. & Social Work. 
74. James Miller, 432 Mason St., Zone 2, R.E. 
Dir. 

76. Mrs. Eugene Sill, 20 Lessing St., Zone 25, 

Pastor's Asst. 

77. Harriet Laney, 4319 Geary Blvd., Zone 18. 

Methodist Deaconess. 
82. Mrs. Robert Caldwell, 148 N. Ellsworth St., 
Sec. 

CALIFORNIA (Southern) 
3. Mrs. Paul Holtz, 3044 La Corona Ave., Ch. Sec. 

18. Mrs. Helen Juhl, 440 Fourth Ave. 

Mrs. Lester E. Bond, 88 Fourth Ave., Ch. 
Coordinator. 

19. Mrs. Harriet Smith, 127 E. Eighth St.. Ch. 

Sec. 
Mrs. Ruth C. Squires. 252 W. Sixth St.. Sec. 
Parish. 
24. Mrs. Constance F. Edelberg, 356 W. Maple 

St., Zone 4, Pastor's Sec. 
27. Mrs. H. O. Clarke, 460 N. Marengo, Pasadena 
4, Dir. Y.P. 
Mrs. William E. Seidel. 1233 Viola Ave.. 
Glendale 2. Ch. Sec. 

29. Mrs. Emma G. Stable. 7938 Ivanhoe Ave.. 

Pastor's Sec. 

30. Mrs. E. L. McKalson, 4718 Lorraine Dr., 

San Diego, Gen. Asst. 

33. Mrs. A. J. Peterson, 355-13th St.. Seal Beach, 

Ch. Sec. 

34. Grace E. Storms. 241 Cedar Ave.. Zone 2. 

Dir. Chr. Ed. 
Mrs. Lois Meacham, 320-A Orizaba Ave.. 

Zone 4. Pastor's Sec. 
Mrs. Anna Mae Cooper, 926 E. Fourth St.. 

Zone 2, Recept. 
Grace Richardson. 777 Gaviota Ave.. Zone 4, 

Sec. Records. 
36. Rev. John Shabaglain, 2234 S. Bronson Ave., 

Zone 16, Dir. Chr. Ed. 
42. Dr. Fritz Kunkel, 535 S. Hoover St.. Zone 5. 

Psychological Consultant. 
Mrs. Lillian Bellah, 535 S. Hoover St., Zone 5, 

Wedding Hostess. 
Gladys Boggess, 535 S. Hoover St.. Zone 5, 

Exec. Sec. Women's Assoc. 
Olive Brockett, 535 S. Hoover St.. Zone 5, 

Sec. Records. 
Virginia Garretson. 535 S. Hoover St., Zone 5, 

Sec. Membership. 



Ebba Lundberg, 535 S. Hoover St., Zone 5. 

Recept. 
EHzabeth McMechen, 535 S. Hoover St.. 

Zone 5, Soc. Service Dir. 
Patricia Moore. 535 S. Hoover St.. Zone 5, 

Sec. to Min. 
Mary Jane Reiniger, 535 S. Hoover St.. Zone 

5, Dir. High Sch. Ch. 
Mrs. Grace Taylor, 535 S. Hoover St., Zone 5. 

Housekeeper. 
Ellsworth Ross, 535 S. Hoover St., Zone 5, 

Exec. Asst. 
Elizabeth Wayne, 535 S. Hoover St., Zone 5, 

Stenog. 
Emogene Weeks, 535 S. Hoover St.. Zone 5, 

Cashier. 
Lila Weymouth. 535 S. Hoover St.. Zone 5. 

Stenog. 
Raymond Brown, 535 S. Hoover St., Zone 5. 

Chef. 
44. Abbie Allyn. 7065 Hollywood Blvd.. Zone 28. 

Asst. 
Mrs. Ruth E. Griffin, 7065 Hollywood Blvd., 

Zone 28, Sec. 
Ralph W. Jesson, Sr. 8006 Jovenita Canyon 

Rd., Zone 46, Dir. Boy's Work. 
49. Reginald Armstrong, 1762 W. 37th St.. Zone 7, 

Pastor's Sec. 

51. David Houghton, 2445 W. Washington Blvd., 

Zone 7, Dir. Y.P. Work. 
Mrs. Edna Charles. 1445 W. Washington Blvd., 
Zone 7, Dir. Children's Dept. 

52. Mrs. George Gamble, 4242 Arch Dr.. North 

Hollywood, Cal. Pastor's Asst. & Dir. Chr. 
Ed. 

61. Shirley Tyler, 2148 Manning Ave., Zone 25, 

S.ec. 

62. Mrs. Miles Walton, 200 Highland Ave., Dir. 

Ch. Ed. 
07. Harry Wootters. 190 "K" St.. Chula Vista. 

Gen. Asst. 
70. Charles A. Smith, 209 Harvard Court. 
74. Mrs. Howard Whitnev. 1595 Mountain St.. 

Zone 7, Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Maxine Robertson, 464 E. Walnut St.. 

Zone 4, Ch. Sec. 
75 Suzanne Gardner, 404 N. Hudson Ave.. Zone 

4, Pastor's Asst. 
76. Patricia Williams. 300 Congress PL, Zone 2, 

Sec. 
81. Mrs. Dana Schlaegel. 115 E. Pasadena St., 

Dean Ch. Sch. 
Mrs. Wyman Stewart. 115 E. Pasadena St.. 

Sec. 
85. Mrs. Prudence Lynas, 443 W. Palm Ave., Sec. 

90. Mrs. Frank Wiest, 873 Arrowhead Ave.. Sec. 

91. Mrs. Ruth Berry. 2047 29th St.. Zone 2, Dir. 

War Services. 
Mrs. Elsie M. Lytle, 2130 First Ave.. Zone 1, 

Pastor's Sec. 

Mrs. Delia H. Reinbold, 4769 Panorama Dr., 

Zone 3, Supt. Ch. Sch. 

96. Mrs. B. B. Green, 4232 St. James PL. Ch. Sec. 

107. Mrs. Aileen V. Ogier, 1030 Milan Ave.. Ch. Sec. 

Marjorie Welles. 1919 Fletcher Ave.. Dir. 

Rj;. 

109. Mrs. Eugene Thrift, 115 Lincoln Dr., Ch. Sec. 
COLORADO 
10. Mrs. WiUiam Turner, Collector. 
21. Lois L. Cook, 686 S. Franklin, Zone 9, Sec. 
42. Anna Lou Seelinger. 1011 Seventh St.. Dir. 

R.E. 
50. Cecile Carlyle. 923 Sixth Ave., Jr. Ch. Dir. 



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CONNECTICUT 

Roger Manners, 409 Prospect St., New Haven 

11, Dir. R.E. 
Eugene Keckley, 409 Prospect St., New 

Haven 11, Dir. Y.P. 
Mrs. Morgan D. Van Valkenburgh, 877 Park 

Ave., Zone 4, Pastor's Asst. 
Grace L. West, 877 Park Ave., Zone 4, Gen 

Asst. 
Mrs. Earl H. Orelup, 877 Park Ave., Zone 4 

Office Sec. 
Mrs. John C. Van Rosenburgh, 877 Park 

Ave., Zone 4, Pastor's Sec. 
Mrs. Evelyn McKeevor, 42 Darina Pi., Milf ord 

Pastor's Asst. 
Alice E. Cook. First Cong. Ch., Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Everett T. Johanson, 194 Queen St 

Parish House Sec. 
Esther Stuermer, Church Dr., Dir. R.E. 
Mary B. Ives, 11 Bennett PL, Ch. Sec. 
Sylvia Bennett, 11 Bennett PI., Dir. R.E. 
Bernice Welker, 278 Farmington Ave., Hart- 
ford 5, Pastor's Asst. 
William Catling, 409 Prospect St., New Haven 

11, Dir. RJ!. 
Wanda R. MacGregor, 409 Prospect St., New 

Haven 11, Supv. R.E. 
CaroUne W. Bell, 288 Rowland Rd., Ch. Sec. 
Mary Rogers, Main St., Dir. Ch. Sch. 
Mrs. Ethel P. Fish, First Cong. Ch., Old 

Greenwich, Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Nellie Griffin, Shore Acres Dr., Old 

Greenwich, Ch. Sec. 
Florence D. Stevens, Second Cong. Ch., Sec. & 

Dir. R.E. 
William R. Wright, Y.M.C.A., Asst. Dir. R.E. 
Alfred F. Swearingen, 409 Prospect St., New 

Haven 11, Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Florence Rawlinson, 286 Sigourney St., 

Zone 5, Parish Visitor. 
Carolyn E. Foxall, Bloomfield, Ch. Sec. 
Donald A. Simpson, 55 Elizabeth St., Zone 5, 

Y.P. Worker. 
Florence G. Bryant, 510 Wethersfield Ave., 

Zone 6, Pastor's Asst. 
Hazel Hughes, 55 Elizabeth St., Zone 5, Dir. 

R.E. 
Helen G. Olson, 208 Farmington Ave., Zone 5, 

Pastor's Sec. 
Dorothy Lundblad, 235 Collins St., Zone 5, 

Pastor's Sec. 
Victoria Johanson, 183 Sisson Ave., Zone 5, 

Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Milton Hayman 38 Roberts Lane, W. 

Hartford 7, Parish Visitor. 
Helena G. Waterfall, 911 Asylum Ave., Zone 

5. Pastor's Sec. 
Martha S. Nuttelman, 28 Hopkins St., Zone 5, 

Office Sec. 
Mrs. M. L. Vetrano, 2030 Main St., Zone 5, 

Pastor's Asst. 
Mrs. William G. Poison, 24 Roger St., Zone 6, 

Pastor's Asst. 
Elizabeth Tucker, 409 Prospect St., New 

Haven 11, Pastor's Asst. 
Roy C. Clark, 409 Prospect St., New Haven 1 1 , 

Y.P. Worker. 
Marjorie H. Curts, 300 Lawrence St., New- 
Haven 11, Gen. Asst. 
Leora C. Johnson, 286 Court St., Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Harold C. Bailey, 286 Ridge Rd., Pastor's 

Sec. 
Gladys L. Wells, 100 W. Main St., Pastor's 

Asst. 
Mrs. Armstrong Durr, Cong. Church, Pastor's 

Sec. 
Mrs. Dorothy K. Hubbard, 40 Dover Rd., 

Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Berneice Sebold, South Church, Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Dorothy Pratt, South Church, Fin. Sec. 
Margaret Odell, Brooks Rd. 
Mrs. Nelson E. Knapp, 311 Temple St., Zone 

11, C;.. Sec. 
Mrs. Frances I. Whiteman, 302 Temple St., 

Zone 11, CA. Sec. 



Mrs. Rex H. Knowles, 225 Sheffield Ave.. 

Zone 11. Dir. Ch. Sch. 
Robert B. Sanford, 276 Orange St., Zone 11, 

Dir. Boy's Work. 

175. Florence Roraback, Plymouth Church, Zone 

11, Ch.Sec. 
George K. Dreher, 409 Prospect St., Zone 11, 

Dir. Y.P. Work. 
Constance Cronon 256 Edwards St., Zone 11, 

Assoc. Y.P. Work. 

176. Charles Heuser, 409 Prospect St., Zone 11, 

Dir. Y.P. Work. 

177. Phebe E. Elliot, 150 Dwight St., Zone 11, 

Ch. Sec. 

178. Malcolm Carpenter, 2798 Whitney Ave., 

Mt. Carmel, Dir. R.E. 
Genevieve Thompson, 265 Lexington Ave., 

Zone 13, Supt. Welcorne Hall. 
Rex Smith, 177 Church St., West Haven, Asst. 

Y.P. Work. 
Violet E. Straube, 1690 Dixwell Ave., Hamden, 

Ch. Sec. 

183. Helen M. Edick, 55 Elizabeth St., Hartford 5, 

Dir. R.E. 

184. Gwendolin Hamer, 79 Union St., Pastor's Asst. 
200. Minnie J. WLxon, 163 Main St., Pastor's Asst. 
242. W. Maynard Fliess, Pastor's Asst. 

247. Mrs. E. G. Huntington, 4 Cortland PI., Ch. 

Sec. 

248. Winifred Pybus, 298 Willow St., Pastor's Sec. 
253. Mrs. BasU C. Burke, 288 Hamilton Ave., 

Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Lome W. Brown, 73 Forest St., Dir. R.E. 

260. Emily Morrison, Dir. Com. House. 

261 . Elizabeth Bulkeley , 340 Mill HiU Ter. , Dir. R.E. 

262. Alpha Stalson, 55 Elizabeth St., Hartford 5, 

Dir. R.E. 

284. Ruth E. Camp, P. O. Box 549, Zone 85, Ch. 

Sec. 
W. Thomas Applebee, Jr., 409 Prospect St., 
New Haven 11, Asst. Y.P. Work. 

285. Mrs. James S. Croft, 10 Holmes Ave., Zone 11, 

Ch. Sec. 
Elizabeth S. Nettleton, 256 Edward St., 

New Haven 11, Y.P. Work. 
Ruth Larson, 377 St. Roman St., New Haven 
11, Y.P. Work. 
288. Maurice C. Clark, 409 Prospect St., New 

Haven 11, Y.P. Work. 
295. Gordon W. Stearns, 12 S. Main St., Zone 7, 
Asst. & Y.P. Work. 
Mrs. V. J. Maramarco, 12 So. Main St., Zone 

7, Dir. R.E. 
F. Ruth Johnson, 12 So. Main St., Zone 7, 
Ch. Sec. 
297. Mrs. Edward Ferrari, 547 Savin Ave., Ch. Sec. 

303. Mabel L. Spencer, 11 Marsh St., Zone 9, Ch. 

Sec. 

304. Julia Strain, 409 Prospect St., New Haven 11, 

Dir. RJ:. 
Mrs. Fred Gurnham, 72 Lake St., Hamden, 
Pastor's Sec. 

305. Maude Phillips, 283 Prospect St., Assoc. R.E. 
317. Read Whitley, 409 Prospect St., New Haven 

n.Dir.Ch.Sch. 

EVANGELICAL PROTESTANT 

5 & 13. Mrs. Marie Tepe, 2317 Stratford St., Y.P. 
Worker. 



FLORIDA 

3. Betty Rossi, Pastor's Sec. 

Christine Skelton, 1620 Drexel Ave., Zone 39, 
Pastor's Sec. 
16. Mrs. Ruby Showers Baker, 1620 Drexel Ave., 
Zone 39, Service Hostess. 
Eva E. Sanders, 240 Fourth St., North, Zone4, 
Sec. 
26. Mrs. Helen W. Conwell, 240 Fourth St., North, 

Zone 4, Asst. to Pastor & Parish Visitor. 
35. WUliam W. Newell, 219 Lyman Ave., Ch. 
Treas. 
Mrs. Inez Horning, 1355 Lyndale Blvd., 
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GEORGIA (White) 

36. Kathryn Moye, 63 A. Montague St., Parish 
Asst. 

GEORGIA-SOUTH CAROLINA (Colored) 

1. Mrs. Rose Turrentine, 105 Courtland St., N.E., 
Sec. 

ILLINOIS 

15. Harvey Schroeder, c/o North Central College, 

Naperville, Dir. R.E. 

16. Vernon Flynn, 340 Walnut St., Dir. R.E. 

50. Mrs. Fred O. Scott, 1335 N. Central Ave., 

Zone 51, Pastor's Sec. 

51. Mrs. Richard Wessling, 8232 Dante Ave., 

Pastor's Sec. 

52. Doris Greaves, 5757 Woodlaw-n Ave., Zone 37, 

Dir. R.E. 
54. Mr. & Mrs. T. A. Morrison, 7000 Jeffrey Ave., 
Dirs. RJE. 
Mrs. Ethel A. Moore, 7906 Coles Ave., Fin. 

Sec. 
Mrs. Ruth Murry, 2913 E. 78th St., Pastor's 
Sec. 
58. Helen Baer, 2912 S. Normal Ave., Visitor. 
61. Rev. Edwin W. Todd, 1613 Washington Blvd. 
Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Robert Bantz, 1613 Washington Blvd., 

Ch. Sec. 
Adah A. Collins, 1613 Washington Blvd., 
Visitor. 
66. Agnes N. Hale, 5700 Prairie Ave., Ch. Sec. 
Rev. Samuel L. Gandv, 5700 Prairie Ave., 
Dir. RH. 
68. Mrs. Philip L. Mathisen, 7336 Bennett Ave., 
Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. John S. Hatch, 5047 Dorchester Ave., 
Ch. Sec. 
71. G. Chilton Christian, 5757 University Ave., 

Dir. R.E. 
75. Jennie Wessling, 8232 Dante Ave., Pastor's 

Sec. 
79. Mrs. Adele Wilson, 1225 W. Jarvis Ave., Zone 
26, Asst. 
Geraldine McAndrews, 2909 N. Troy Ave., 
Sec. 
84. Everett Lefforge, Sec. 

86. Mrs. L. F. Timberman, 7541 Merrill Ave., 
Sec. 

90. E. Sinclair, 5757 University Ave., Dir. R.E. 

91. Helen Osborn, 5757 University Ave., Dtr. 

92. Mrs'. Glen E. Greene, 3101 Warren Blvd. 

95. Mariana Henderer, 844 Agatite Ave., Sec. 
111. Mrs. D. R. McGrew, 1120 Courtland Ave., 
Park Ridge, Visitor. 
Virginia Starrett, 1085 Woodlawn Ave., Sec. 

125. Armin C. Hoesch, c/o First Cong. Ch., Dir. 

Mrs'. E. N. Wyman, 409 N. Spring St., Sec. 
& Treas. 

126. Mrs. B. F. Anderson, 363 Utley Rd., Dir. R.E. 

129. Louise Long, Garrett Biblical Inst., Dir. R.E. 
Mary E. Holmes, 1417 Hinman Ave., Sec. & 

Treas. 
Mrs. James A. Hunter, 1600 Hinman Ave., 

130. Margaret Lounsbury, 705 Ridge Ave., Dir. 

R.E. 
135. Mrs. F. D. Griffith, Central Ch. Sec. 
142. M. Inez Reno, Box 4.52, R.R. 1, Sec. 
155. Miriam Heermans, 435 S. Vine St., Dir. R.E. 
Mildred M. Anderson, 1457E. 69th PI., Chicago, 
Sec. 
161. Emma Daniels, 910 Grove St., Ch. Hostess & 

Sec. 
165. Maude A. Devereaux, 100 S. SLxth Ave., Asst. 
John Edward Felible, 100 S. Si.xth Ave., Dir. 

RH. 
Mrs. H. Earl Sweitzer, 629 N. Stone Ave., 

Visitor. 
Janet Warren, 109 S. Spring Ave., Sec. 
199. Violet C. Detwiler, Dir. R.E. 
Carol Parkhurst, Sec. 



222. Mrs. L. G. Selbv, Dir. R.E. 

Mrs. Gerald E. McCord, Sec. 

Mrs. Max T. Hohn, Ch. Hostess. 
224. Theodore C. Schoonmaker, 131 N. Elm wood 
Ave., Dir. R.E. 

Margaret Baker, 131 N. Elmwood Ave., Asst. 
238. Ruth Baumgartner, Sec. 
244. Mrs. Betty Jones, Sec. 

Vanna Bewell, Dir. R.E. 
258. Mrs. Ross V. Ott, 2026 Hampshire St., Sec. 
284. Elspeth Patterson, 500 S. Douglas, Sec. 
311. Mrs. G. A. Clough, 4636 Johnson Ave., Sec. 

F. B. McKeag, 4129 Ellington Ave., Dir. R.E. 
313. Mrs. Betsy Shank, Sec. 

318. Beverly Githens, 1118 Central Ave., Asst. 

319. Mrs. Estelle M. Harrington, 1010 Noyes St., 

Evanston, Sec. 
Jessie K. Robinson, 1026 Ashland Ave., Wil- 
mette. Sec. 

INDIANA 

40. Jean Wilson, 828 E. Adams St., Ch. Sch. Asst. 
49. Mrs. Wilma Coil, 4510 Arlington Ave., Fin. 
Sec. 
Esther Louraine, 708 Rockhill St., Ch. Sec. 
70. Elmer S. Doriot, 1729 N. Pennsylvania St., 
Zone 2, Asst. Fin. Sec. 
Mrs. R. H. Hoff, 316 N. Grant St., Zone 1, 
Ch. Sec. 
169. Mrs. James H. Judson, 1808 Cleveland Ave., 
Pastor's Sec. 

IOWA 

34 Jeffe 
Fabert, 4126 Ingersoll Ave., Ck. 



Jessie Wigert, 1504 Jefferson Ave., Ch. Sec 
J. G - ■ 

Sec. 



Mrs. 



Mrs. Albert W. Gratke, 219 N. Eighth St., 

Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Margery W. Bouma, 914 East St., Ch. 

Sec. 
Mrs. Leland W. Mann, 1008 East St., Parish 

Visitor. 
Mrs. Jessie Seger, First Cong. Ch., Ch. Sec. 
Gladys Wissler, Swanson Apt., Zone 18, Ch. 

Sec. 
Mrs. Carl Sheets, 717 John St., Ch. Sec. 

KANSAS 

Mrs. Catherine Caraway, 2509 Cheyenne Dr., 

Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Cornelia Bigelow, 1647 Vermont, Min. 

of Youth. 
Mrs. F. R. Smith, 1208 E. 13th, Ch. Sec. 
Margaret J. Gordon, 1015 \'attier. Stud. Sec. 
Nellie Ansel, 1518 Tyler, Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Catherine R. Gonzales, 1631 Randolph, 

Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Jessie E. Hanscom, 201 N. Spruce, Office 

Sec. 

LOUISIANA (Colored) 

Mrs. Mildred Clark, 118 N. Rocheblave St., 

Zone 19, Hd. Soc. Worker. 
Mrs. Beryl T. Sheldon, 118 N. Rocheblave 

St., Zone 19, Teacher. 

MAINE 

Elizabeth Firth, 15 State St., Ch. Asst. 
Barbara Higgins, 6 Potter St., Dir. RJ!. 
Margaret L. Gignoux, 159 State St., Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Roger B. Stone, 7 Ricker Pk., Ch. Asst. 
Mrs. Grace M. Frost, 1 Carroll St., Pastor's 
Sec. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Mrs. Bernard Langner, 127H Commercial St. 
Ruth B. Grav, 69 Pleasant St., Dir. R.E. 
Fonnie E. Davis, 90 Elm St., Ch. Asst. 
Edwin Capon, .4ndover Newton Theo. Sch., 

Newton Center, Youth Dir. 
Charles Hood, Dir. R.E. 
Luliona M. Barker, 64 Commonwealth Rd., 

Watertown 72, Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Harry H. Reed, 378 Newbury St-., Boston 

Visitor. 
Katberine Fletcher, My, 



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MASSACHUSETTS (Continued) 

Mildred Hermansen, Sec. 
65. Lucia Mikaelian, 9 EUerv St., Cainljiidge, 
Ch. My. 

67. Mrs. Laura Purchas, 23 Thornlev St., Dorches- 

ter, Ch. My. 
Mrs. Edith M. Sampson, 8 Sayward St., 
Dorchester, Pastor's Sec. 

68. Mrs. Priscilla D. Rice, Second Church, Dor- 

chester, Sec. 
Margaret W. Griffith, 60 Louis Prang St., 
Boston, My. 
70. Miriam J. Higgins, 19 Webster St., Hyde 
Park 36. 
Mrs. Irene Caffin, 22 Elm St., Hyde Park 36. 

75. Gertrude M. Lawson, 112 Upland Rd., Cam- 

bridge, Ch. My. 

76. Gladys Williams, 46 St. John St., Jamaica 

Plain, Ch. Visitor. 
Mrs. Richard Douglas, 7 Lamartine PI., 
Jamaica Plain, .Sec. 

77. Olga C. Bergeson, 99 Mountfort St. 
Grace Sargent, 65 Pinckney St. 
Mary Jane Hall, 11 E. Newton St. 
Rev. William H. Easton, 507 Beacon St. 

79. Dr. A. Philip Guiles, 340 Chestnut St.. West 

Newton 65, Asso. to the Mins. 
Mrs. Jessie F. Burton, 88 Exeter St., Zone 16, 
Asst. to Mins. 

80. Tena McLean. 
Marion Clark. 
Belle Archibald. 
Betty Vetterlein. 

81. May Buchanan, 49 Birch St., Roslindale, Ch. 

My. 

82. Rev. Merrill A. Beem, 27 Dale St., Roxburv, 

Dir. Y.P. 

83. Mrs. Annette S. Bacon, 25 Milton Ave., Dor- 

chester 24, City My. 
85. Mrs. G. Clarke, 216 Townsend St., Roxburv, 
Soc. Worker & Sec. 

88. Mrs. Erma Blair, 53 Craftsland Rd., Brook- 

line, Sec. 
Mrs. Fred D. Bennett, 53 Craftsland Rd., 
Brookline, R.E. 

89. Mrs. Chester H. Snow, 52 Withington St., 

Dorchester. 
Mrs. Minna Breivogal, 35 Manthoi-ne Rd., 
West Roxburv, Sec. 
94. Mrs. W. E. Farrington, Sec. 
100. Mrs. Edwin H. Gibson, 70 Byron Ave. 

102. Mrs. Maude Kelsey Jordan, 33 Nve Ave., Sec. 

103. Ruth E. Bailey, 1101 Main St., Brockton 37, 

Dir. R.E. 
Clara M. Keith, 1101 Main St., Brockton 37. 

107. Rev. George A. Turner, 38 Buswell St., Boston, 

Min. Ch. Sch. 
Doris H. Ballard, 1253 Beacon St., Dir. R.E. 
Ruth J. Bridgman, 58 Perry St. 

108. Ruth E. Brooks, 1835 Beacon St., Zone 46, 

Sec. 
Kenneth P. Harris, 1835 Beacon St., Min. Asst. 

112. Marcus Morton, Jr., Asst. to Min. 
Jessie N. Nutter, -Sec. 
Rosamond Coolidge, Dir. Lower Sch. 
Mrs. Ruth Duncan, Hd. of Nursery Sch. 
Mary Williams, Hd. of Kindergarten. 

113. John Groves, 72 Mt. Vernon St., Boston. 
John Heidt, Andover Hall. 

114. Edith H. Losch, Gordon College. 
125. Ruth Lord, Children's Work. 

130. Mrs. Jean Mackechnie, 29 Butler Ave., Chic- 

opee Falls. 
145. Mrs. Ronald J. McKenzie, 20 Chase St. 
148. Mrs. Florence Flanders, 346 Warren St., 

Needham, Min. of Music & Asst. to Min. 
158. G. Jean Humphrej-s, Farm St. 
165. Mrs. Walter Johnson, 8 Gaston St., Sec. 
175. Mary E. Newnham 28 Walnut St., Sec. 
178. George A. Greene, 40 Spring St., Treas. 

180. Mary F. Holman, 41 Barnaby St., Sec. 

181. Mary Lou Belle Feville, 42 Chaloner St., Sec. 
190. Caroline Weed, 23 Clifton St. 

194. Mrs. Edward Arnold, 155 Snow St., Sec. 



Robert Midgley, 78 West Main St., Westboro, 
Asst. in R.E. 

Mrs. Edwin H. Moulton, 35 Saltonstall Rd., 
Asst. to Min. 

Mrs. Berton G. Towle, Maple St., Ch. Asst. 

Dr. Walter H. Commons, 16 Kingston Rd., 
Newton Highlands, Personal Councillor. 

Mrs. Esther Williams. 

Mrs. Pearl Ridley, 5 Yale St., Gen. Asst. 

Mrs. L. G. Ford, Ch. Asst. 

Charles A. Hudson, Pastor's Asst. 

Mrs. E. C. Purrington, 230 Linden St., Pas- 
tor's Asst. 

Kathryn G. Br von, 587 Pleasant St., Dir. R.E. 

Alice Hitchcock, 231 Chestnut St., Ch. Sec. 

Mary McClure, China, Ch. My. 

Charlotte Arakelian, Part-time Ch. Sec. 

Harriet R. French, 5 Audubon Rd., Sec. 

Marion S. Davidson, 763 Longmeadow St., 
Zone 6, Dir. R.E. 

Mrs. Marion A. Parmelee, 763 Longmeadow 
St., Zone 6, Sec. 

Elizabeth Tiffany, 47 Pentucket Ave., Ch. 
Visitor. 

Helen M. Gresty, 63 Garden St., Zone 48, Soc. 
Sec. & Dir. R.E. 

David Bauman, 72 Mt. Vernon St., Boston. 

Vi\aan M. Bartlett, 119 W. Foster St., Ch. Sec. 
& Dir. R.E. 

Oma Giles, 89 Lake Ave., Ed. Ch. Paper. 

Robert B. Weirbach, 72 Mt. Vernon St., Bos- 
ton, Asso. in R.E. 

Mrs. C. W. Rogers, 42 Florence St. 

Haig Nargesian, Y.P. Work & Preaching. 

Mrs. John M. Woodbridge, 130 Hoover Rd., 
Dir. R.E. 

Howard R. Johnson, 148 Institution Ave., 
Newton Center, Ch. Sch. Dir. 

Mrs. Russell Baker, Claflin PL, Newtonville, 
Dir. R£. 

Bessie M. Stratton, 104 Eldredge St., Dir. R.E. 

Dana F. Kennedy, Eliot Church, Zone 58, 
Stud. Asst. 

Mrs. Grace F. MacPhee, Eliot Church, Zone 
58, Sec. 

Rev. William Kevs, 154 Institution Xve., New- 
ton Center 59, Y.P. Work. 

MarjorieH. Dunham, 1862 Beacon St., Brook- 
line 46, Sec. 

Elizabeth Hovey, Sec. 

Catherine C. Stock, 29 Hunter St., West New- 
ton, Sec. 

Ruth Morgan, 292 Otis St., West Newton, Sec. 
to Asso. Min. 

Kenneth Forbes, Union Church in Waban, 
Stud. Asst. 

Mrs. E, O. Pearman, 27 Arnold PL, Dir. R.E. 

Helen G. Hendricks, 27 Crescent St., Pastor's 

Mrs. Ruth Dyer Schoettle, 206 Elm St., Sec. 
Mrs. W. A. Seelv, 13 Harlow Ave., Dir. R.E. 
R. Berwyn Daniel, Dir. R.E. 
Grace L. Wheeler, 22 Harding St., Sec. 
Gwj^neth M. Price, 192 Bartlett Ave., Dir. 

R.E. 
Mrs. Ernest C. Robbins, 139 Appleton Ave. 
Mrs. Marion S. Neal, 18 Spear St., Church 

Asst. 
George Lockwood, 18 Spear St., Y.P. Asst. 
Mrs. Raymond B. Temple, 52 Hillcrest Rd. 
Grover Powell, 72 Mt. Vernon St., Boston. 
Hazel Church. 
Lewis T. Thornburn, 18 Ocean Ave., Y.P. 

Work. 
George T. Kennedv, 72 Mt. Vernon St., Bos- 
ton, R.E. 
Ethel D. Wilson, 20 Chapel St., West Somer- 

ville. 
Mrs. Edith M. Sinclair, Faith Church, 52 

Summer Ave. 
Mrs. Granville Bull, 50 Elm St., Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Julia M. Johnson, 50 Elm St., Sec. 
Rachel Clark, 15 Hawley St., Sec. 
Mrs. Helen P. Young, 42 Willard Ave., Fin. 

Sec. 
Winifred B. Welch. 59 High St., Sec. 



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MASSACHUSETTS (Continued) 

Mrs. James V. Bruyn, 92 Magnolia Ter., Par- 
ish Visitor. 
Charles H. Cummings, 197 Marion St., Dir. 

R.E. 
Edwin R. Seeders, 21 Newhall Qi., Boys' \\ ork. 
Hazel M. Amidon, 57 Bowdoin Qt., Girls' Work. 
Harry H. King, 108 Byers St., Asst. Treas. 
496. Elizabeth Y. Pixley. 
498. Mrs. Alice Worthen, 10 Pine St. 

George O. Arkwell, 38 Warren St., Dir. Music; 
Supt. S.S. 
521. Mary H. Fairchild, 29 LawTence St., Gen. Asst. 
535. Gertrude G. Brett, Dir. R.E. 
541. Mrs. Myrtice Whittaker, Maple St., Sec. 
579. Mrs. W. L. Caldwell. Sec. 
Evelyn M. Scott, Dir. R.E. 
Elise A. Belcher, Exec. Hostess. 
587. Mrs. Mary Mulhall,30 Gushing Ave., Zone 70, 
Box No. 65, Sec. 
Mrs. Harold H. Hodges, 149 Harvard St., Zone 
70, Dir. R.E. 
591. Barbara Shelton, 28 Montague St., Dir. R.E. 

Dorothy Mahan, 28 Montague St., Sec. 
593. Mrs. Helen M. Powers, 6 Institute Rd., Zone 
2, Sec. 
Bertha L. Sargent, 5 Chestnut St., Ch. Asst. 
Mrs. Amey Brooks, 5 Chestnut St., Sec. 

596. J. Helen Clapp, 24 Shirley St. 

597. E. Barbara Shelton, 28 Montague St. 
601. Mrs. Helen Houston, 60 Downing St. 

603. Mrs. Frank Kinney, 267 Olean St., Zone 2, 
Sec. 

MICHIGAN 
9. Rev. H. L. Pickerill, 438 Maynard St., Dir. 

Stud. Activities. 
18. Helen L. Palmer, 145 Capital Ave., N.E., Sec. 
22. Mrs. W. G. Miller, 501 W. Napier, Sec. 

63. Mrs. Lillian Lovejoy, 7625 Linwood, Zone 6, 

Sec. 
Neva Kennedy Howe, 7625 Linwood, Zone 6, 
Dir. Music. 

64. Sumiko Matsushige, 14950 Faust, Zone 23, 

Sec. 

65. Margaret O. Taylor, 33 Forest E, Zone 1, Ch. 

Sec. 
69. Mrs. C. C. Bowman, 17185 Santa Barbara Dr., 

Zone 21, Pastor's Sec. 
71. Mrs. Helene Bronson, 8715 Woodward, Fin. 
Sec. 
Mrs. Jessie L. Hesse, 8715 Woodward, Sec. 
81. Mrs. Grace E. Lyon, Peoples Church, Sec. 
Emma Sater, Peoples Church, Dir. Women 

Stud. Rel. Work. 
John Price, Peoples Church, Dir. Men Stud. 
Rel. Work. 

104. Mrs. Magdaline Abbott, Fi7i. Sec. 
Marjorie Devereaux, Pastor's Sec. 

105. Jane Otte, Min. Sec. 
Mabel L. Righter, Fin. Sec. 

Mrs. Elsie Johnson Stroup, Min. Asst. 

Mrs. Josephine Idema, Min. Asst. 
107. Mrs. George R. Walcott, Min. Asst. 

Ruth Dickinson, Min. of Music. 
109. Marjorie Benner, 46 La Belle, S.E., Sec. 
124. Violet E. Call, Dir. R.E. 
132. Dr. Louis H. Batts, 901 S. Park St., Min. to 

Stud. 
132. Mrs. Ivan D. Connor, 319 W. Vine St., Ch. Sec. 

142. Edward Hawley, 520 W. Grand River, East 

Lansing, Dir. Youth Activities 
Dorothy Hunt, 125 So. Foster, Sec. 

143. Irene Kautz, 221 W. Allegan, East Lansing, 

Sec. 
152. Mrs. Paul H. Clark, 109 N. Harrison, Sec. 
164. Winona Arrick, Dir. R.E. 

Mrs. J. H. Iverson.fm. Sec. 

Margaret Schroeder, 1577 Clinton St., Sec. 

184. Mrs. June Rogers, First Church, Sec. 

185. Norma E. Smith, 6370 Lakeshore Dr., Sec. 
202. Mrs. F. F. Kleinfeld, 1336 Owen St., Sec. 
205. Mrs. Fred Lahr, Sec. 

209. Mrs. Katherine Smith, Dir. R.E. 
223. Mrs. Ivor Johnson, R.D. 3. Sec. 



238. Deloris Borrusch, Pastor's Sec. 

239. Mrs. Frank Weaver, 420 W. Forest, Dir. Stud. 

Work. 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

3. Mrs. La Verne Walls, 3400 Lowell St., N.W.. 

Pastor's Sec. 

4. Mrs. John H. Call, Jr., 1210 N. Kenilworth 

St., Arlington, Va., Office Sec. 
Mrs. Beatrice Myers, 3631 Jenifer St., N.W., 
Ch. Matron. 
7. Mrs. W. F. Peel, 3219 Queseda St., N.W., Sec. 

24. Mrs. Alfred Rowe, 66 New St., Sec. 

Cora Klick, Union Seminary, New York City. 
R.E. Worker. 

25. Al Hart, 279 Fourth Ave., Ch. Sch. Sup't. 
31. Ruth Martin, 216 Ridgewood Ave.. Sec. 

Mrs. Raymond Perry. 83 Winsor PI., Asst. 
Treas. 
33. Mrs. Lorain Lukens, 766 Main St., Part-time 

Office Sec. 
47. Grace Morrill, 117 Midland Ave., Dir. R.E. 
Vivian Stranahan, 20 Condit Terr., West 

Orange, N. J., Ass't Dir. R.E. & Sec. 
Caroline Holmes, 39 Harrison Ave., Sec. to 
Min. 

49. Mrs. Frances E. Rogers, 462 N. Grove St., 

East Orange, N. J.. Sec. to Min. 
Ethel M. Booder, 90 Christopher St., Assoc, in 
R.E. 

50. Mrs. Robert Roehr, 19 Belvedere Pk.. Pastor's 

Sec. 
53. Mrs. A. L. Richardson. 22 Mountainview Ave., 

Sec. 
57. Mrs. George H. Sayers, 129 Westervelt PI.. 

Sec. to Min. 

MINNESOTA 

36. Mrs. H. G. Manley. 2310 E. Fourth St.. Zone 

5. Sec. 
Roy L. Leland (Miss.), 2310 E. Fourth St., 
Zone 5, Dir. R.E. 

37. Mrs. Monnis Wilson, Dir. R.E. 
43. Mable Hanson, 70S S. Union, Sec. 

88. Mrs. Harry Deiman, 618 Seventh Ave., S.E., 

Zone 14. Sec. 
Mrs. May Alice Beck. 500 Eighth Ave.. S.E., 

Zone 14, Dir. Y.P. Work. 
94. R. D. Brackett, 5240 Second Ave.. S., Zone 9, 

Youth Dir. & Parish Visitor. 
Mrs. A. S. Nyberg, 5505 Wentworth Ave.. 

Zone 9, Pastor's Sec. 
Mrs. Myrtle Holsinger. 2512 Hennepin Ave.. 

Zone 5, Ch. Sec. 
98. Mrs. Arthur J. Snow. 2200 Pleasant Ave.. 

Zone 4, Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Mathew E. Anderson. 4109 Garfield Ave.. 

Zone 8. Parish Visitor. 
Martha Lobeck. 519 13th Ave. S.E., Zone 14. 

Sec. 
Hazel Froker. 2435 Girard Ave.. S.. Zone 5, 

Sec. & Asst, Treas. 
131. Mrs. J. H. Black. Texas & W. Lake St.. Zone 

16, Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. H. J. Williams, 6313 Hamilton St., Zone 

16, Pastor's Sec. 

43. Helen Boyd. 1315 Raymond Ave.. Zone 8. 

Y.P. Dir. 
174. Mary E. Curtis. 375 West 5th St., Ch. Clerk & 
Treas. 

MISSOURI 

16. Mrs. Florence M. Cell, 4810 Oak, Ch. Sec. 

17. Mrs. Frances Adsit, 532 Maple Blvd., Fin. & 

Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Ann Fisher Kamnier, 532 Maple Blvd., 

Y.P. Worker. 
19. Mrs. Nelle Brittain, 3600 Walnut St., Sec. 
Mrs. Annabel Kelly, 3600 Walnut St.. Dir. 

R.E. 
32. Elizabeth Cottle. 6501 Wydown Blvd., Zone 

5, Ch. Asst. 
Mrs. Fred Schlaikjer, 8219 Topton Way, Zone 

5, Ch. Visitor. 

44. Mrs. Clara Metcalf, 140 S. Gore Ave., Zone 19, 

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MISSOURI (Continued) 

Mrs. W. J. Busch, 645 Clark Ave., Zone 19, 

Sec. 
Maurice McDowell, 475 E. Lockwood, Zone 

19, Stud. Asst. 

NEBRASKA 

76. Mrs. Margaret M. Anderson, 20th and D Sts., 
Asst. 
Yvonne Schroeder, 20th and D Sts., Asst. 
91. Mrs. F. Charles Hague, 1409 Koenigstein Ave., 
Sec. 

95. Mrs. Martha V. Friesen, 3018 Dewey. Dir. 

Alma G. Baker, 5002 N. 42nd St., Sec. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 
4. Cleo E. Duncan, Dir. R.E. 
37. Dorothy W. Pease, South Cong. Ch., Dir. R.E. 
83. Mrs. Esther Grover, E. Wheelock St., Dir. 

96. Marga'rite Starkey, 30 Coolidge St. 

100. Irene MacCauley, 22 Holman St., Dir. R.E. k 
Sec. 

112. Carol J. Stifler, First Cong. Ch., Asst. 

113. Rachael Sljiyton, 6 North St., Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Ruth Parker, 36 Appleton St., .Sec. 

123. Kathryn Brigham, 30 Abbott St., Sec. 

150. Mrs. Laura Sumner, 240 Middle St., Dir. R.E. 

NEW YORK 

18. Ellen M. Lane, 113 Crestmont Rd. 

Mrs. George S. Wooster, 125 Chapin St. 
27. Mrs. Mildred E. Knox, 31 Alden Ave., Tucka- 

hoe. Pastor's Sec. 
30. Lois Jones, 6 Elam PI., Ch. Sec. 
81. Mrs. Esther Johnson, The Park Church. 
112. Mrs. Leonard P. Crissey, 410 Lakeview Ave., 
S.S. Supt. 

147. Mrs. George W. Fisk, 300 Gramatan Ave., 

Dir. Y.P. 
Mrs. John P. Banning, 34 Chester St., Ch. Sec. 

148. Mrs. Harold Goulding, 284 S. Columbus Ave. 
163. Carrie E. Wood, 368 Willis Ave., Zone .54. 
166. Julia Logan, 350 Clinton Ave., Parish Visitor. 

Mrs. Ruth C. Martin, 1085 Prospect PL, Dir. 

R.E. 
Mrs. Mary C. Fackre, 350 Clinton Ave., Ch. 
Sec. 
170. Mrs. Frank J. Strickland, 451 E. 18th St., Fin. 
Sec. 
Mrs. Vaughan Ramsey, 451 E. 18th St., .Sec. 
Mrs. William S. McCotter, 451 E. 18th St., 
Visitor. 
173. Florence Epworth, 536 Monroe St., Gen. Asst. 
176. Mrs. Emily L. Bassett, 948 E. Eighth St., Ch. 

Visitor. 
180. Beatrice M. Loennecke, 75 Hicks St., Ch. Sec. 
& Reg. 
Leonora T. Goodwin, 75 Hicks St., Soc. Ser. 
Worker. 

184. Irene Henderson, 263 President St., Zone 31, 

Sec. 
Mrs. John Tessitore, 263 President St., Zone 
31, Parish Visitor. 

185. A. Pashgian, 152 E. 34th St., Zone 16, Sec. 

186. Roberta Northrup, 211 W. 56th St., Zone 19, 

Counselor in Religion. 
Mrs. Harry S. Martin, 211 W. 56th St., Zone 

19, Parish Visitor. 
Frances M. Chamberlin, 211 W. 56th St., Zone 

19, Min. Sec. 
189. Mrs. Gwendolyn Rawlins, 101 W. 135th St. 

193. Mrs. Ellis M. Barnes, 42-05 215th PI., Bay- 

side, L. I., Ch. Sec. 

194. Carol C. Rose, 50 Ascan Ave., Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. Harold F. Shotton, 50 Ascan Ave., Ch. 

Sec. 
201. Joyce E. Bouchard, 8422 115th St., Sec. 
208. George Johnson, 274 Brunswick St., Zone 7, 

Gen. Asst. 
282. Marion H. Sargent, 7 Lockwood Rd., Dir. R.E. 
294. Marion Hopper, 77 Washington Hway., Supt. 

R.E. 



Mrs. A. E. Rice, 77 Washington Hway. Ch. 

Sec. 
Mrs. Jessie M. Stoll, 77 Washington Hway, 

Fin. Sec. 
310. Mrs. Edwin D. Hovey. 140 Winthrop Rd., 

Zone 0, Pastor's Sec. 
315. Mrs. P. Korbell, 22 Fairview Ave., Zone 7, 

My. 
319. Sally Burritt, 719 Mulberry St., Zone 4. Ch. 

Sec. 

339. Marjorie Curtis. 421 S. Lexington Ave., Dir. 

R.E. 
Mrs. Verne Barnhart. Saxon Garden Apts., 
Sec. 

340. Mrs. Flora Mercer Brennan, 21 Ridgeview 

Ave., Gen. Asst. & Pastor's Sec. 

OHIO 

1. Mrs. Gladys Blackmore, 119 Merriman Rd., 

Zone 3, Pastor's Sec. 
Mrs. H. L. Gault. 46 Hurlburt Ave., Zone 3. 

Treas. 
Wilbert H. Wright, 57 Nottingham St., Zone 

10. 

2. Mrs. Harrv Nicholson. 501 W. Market St., 

Zone 3, Dir. RJS. 
Florence Sheard, 501 W. Market St., Zone 3. 

Ch. Sec. 
Mrs. Marshall G. Reid, 501 W. Market St.. 

Zone 3, Asst. Ch. Sec. 
52. Magdalene Baldauf, 3244 Glendora Ave.. Zone 

20. Dir. R.E. 

63. Mrs. Kenneth Foote. 86 E. Schaaf Rd., Zone 

9, Gen. Asst. 

64. Irma Wirick. 822 E. 150th St.. Zone 10. Gen. 

Asst. 
66. Mrs. Charles L. Stevens. 1813 Page Ave.. Zone 

12, Min. Asst. 

69. Louise Harper, Euclid Ave. at E. 96th, Zone 6, 

Dir. R.E. 
Laila E. Weeks, Euclid Ave. at E. 96th St., 
Zone 6, Acting Sec. 

70. Mrs. Wesley Lang. 14101 Hazelmere Ave., 

Zone 11. Office Sec. 
Mrs. J. E. West. 12933 Chfton Blvd.. Lake- 
wood 7, Ch. Visitor. 
73. Mrs. Robert Overstreet. 12002 Lake Ave., 

Lakewood, Ch. Sec. (Part time). 
75. Mrs. L. H. Marsh, 1375 W. Clifton Blvd., 
Lakewood 7, Sec. (Part time). 
Mrs. W. B. Oatman, 1375 W. Clifton Blvd., 
Lakewood 7, Sec. 

81. Mrs. Thomas Russell, 2592 W. 14th St., Zone 

13, -See. 

Mrs. Lotta Talcott, 2592 W. 14th St., Zone 13, 
Multigraph Op. 

82. Gertrude Coon, 2924 E. 132nd St., East Cleve- 

land 12, Min. Sec. 
Ruth Morrison, 3275 Aberdeen Rd., Zone 20, 

Dir. R.E. 
Alice Raquet, 1820 Page Ave., East Cleve- 
land 12. Asst. Sec. 
84. Mrs. H. Duane Pratt, 2567 Eaton Rd., Zone 

18, Sec. (Part time). 
89. Mrs. Laban Murray, 444 E. Broad St., Min. 
Asst. 
Immer L. (Mr.) Godfrey, 444 E. Broad St., 
Fin. Sec. 
92. Grace Slater. 154 W. Fifth Ave.. Sec. 
96. Mrs. A. J. Andre Lincoln Dr., Pastor's Sec. 
Mrs. Dora Young, 273 Broad St., Fin. Sec. 
113. Roberta Leslie. 2519 Dover Rd., Westlake, 

Part-time R.E. Worker. 
119. Elizabeth M. Rich, 209 Court St., Clyria, Sec. 
& Ch. Asst. 
Arthur C. Churchill, 108 E. College St., Ober- 
lin. Stud. Asst. 
121. Jack Turner, Grad. Sch. of TheoL, Oberlin. 

Stud. Asst. 
145. Mrs. Fred Koehler, 26 Burnham St., Cincin- 
nati 18, Asst. 
189. Delia B. Evans, 514 Park Ave. W., Dir. R.E. 
201. Carolyn Sholund, Asst. in R.E. 
227. Halley Oliver, Oberlin, Y.P. Stud. Leader. 
231. Gertrude F. Jacob, 30 E. Lorain, Ch. Sec. 

Robert E. Behrens, The Embassy, Dir. R.E. 



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OHIO (Continued) 

237. Mrs. Gilbert McLean, 22 Liberty St., Dir. R.E. 

254. Mrs. Thomas James, 519 Murray Court, Part- 
time Sec. 

285. Mrs. Margaret B. Moneymaker, 1350 Yates 
St., Zone 8, Asst. to Pastor. 
Elizabeth McGuffie, The Plaza Hotel, Zone 2, 

Min.ofEd. 
Mrs. R. Jackson Conn, 4626 Willys Parkway, 
Zone 12, Ch. Sec. 

291. Mrs. Robert W. Butler, 2013 Lawrence St., 
Zone 6, Ck. Sec. 

294. Bertha Juell, Market «fe Canal Sts., Dir. K.£. & 
Ch. Sec. 

OKLAHOMA (White) 

19. Mrs. L. C. Pierce, 829 N.W. 13th St., Zone 6, 

Sec. 

OREGON 

10. Mrs. Mark McCallister, 240 N. 23rd St., 
Hostess, Soldier Center. 
Mrs. H. E. Atwood, 1010 N. 10th St., Sec. 
13. Mrs. H. E. Waud, 490 13th Ave., E., Sec. 
27. Mrs. T. O. Gregory, R. 2, Ch. Asst. 
30. Frances B. Clapp, 1126 S.W. Park Ave., Zone 
5, Parish Asst. 
Mrs. Mary Hazelle, 1126 S.W. Park Ave., 

Zone 5, Sec. 
Mrs. Ina Shaw, 1126 S.W. Park Ave., Zone 5, 
Hostess, Y.P. Club. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

62. Mrs. Gertrude Moeller, 5428 Akron St., Zone 

24, Sec. 
76. Betty Tusing, 620 Smithfield St., Zone 22, 

Pastor's Sec. 

PUERTO RICO 

5. Maria Robles, My. 

17. Omega Vega, My. 

RHODE ISLAND 

2. Hubert F. Hill, 1377 Hope St., Dir. R.E. 

18. Mrs. Walter Coupe, 75 Daniels St., Ch. Sec. 

20. Bessie P. Hawkins, 52 Hancock St., Sec.-Asst. 

to Pastor. 
23. Elsie B. Simmons, 59 Prospect St., Dir. R.E. 

26. Mrs. Evelyn T. Jackson, 162 Laurel Ave., Sec. 

to Min. 
Ruth E. Cameron, 59 Prospect St., Dir. R.E. 

27. Mrs. Henry A. I^amson, Ch. Sec. 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

139. Chloe Johnson, 721 N. Indiana Ave., Ch. Sec. 

SOUTHERN CONVENTION 

73. Virginia Webber, 2308 Roanoke Ave., Dir. 

88. Rutha'nna Foard, 214 N. Main St., Dir R.E. 
100. Helen Margaret Messick, McPherson Apt., 
Dir. Y.P. Work. 

TENNESSEE (Colored) 

4. F. M. Ross (Miss), Fisk University, Zone 8, 
Pastor's Sec. 



8. E. N. Roberts (Miss), 1626 W. Chestnut St.. 
Soc. Worker. 

TEXAS (White) 

3. Mrs. Annie Craven Harper, 4620 Junius, 
Visitor. 

UTAH 

3. Sarah M. Field, 366 Parry, My. 
VERMONT 

25. Adelaide Hartpence, 100 S. Main St., Asst. to 
Min. & Dir. R.E. 
Mrs. H. R. Prior, 38 Converse Court, Exec. Sec. 
03. Homer A. Niles, 62 Liberty St., Treas. 

Mrs. George V. Colbv, 4 Harrison Ave., Ch. 
Sec. 
36. Mrs. H. R. Hart, 119 Walnut St., Supv. Jr. Ch. 
& Supt. Elementery Dept. 
Louise Paige, 43 Prospect St., Sec. 

51. Estelle Dickinson, Dir. R.E. 

52. Eleanor Hansman, Supv. Y.P. Work. 

96. Mary E. Vagahan, S. Park St., Asst. Treas. 

WASHINGTON & NO. IDAHO 

7. Mrs. Glenn Satchwell, R.E. 
78. Mrs. J. B. Finnell, 114 S. Central, Of. Sec. 
31. Mrs. Hugh Copeland, Parish Visitor. 

Mrs. C. L. Booth, Parish Visitor. 
d8. Mrs. Lucy F. Kuhn, 4503 46th S.W., Zone 6, 

R.E. Advisor. 
)9. Sivert Shotheim, 9840 California Ave., Zone 6, 
Dir. Recreation. 
Virginia Latta, 4604 Beach PI. Dr., Zone 6, 
Assoc. Dir. of Recreatiom. 
38. Harold V. Smith, 1005 E. Roy, Exec. Sec. 

Louise Triplett, 3431 Cascadia, Zone 44, Dir. 

R.E. 
Marguerite Jorgenson, 3233 W. 61st, Of. Sec. 
Mrs. Juanita Hubert, Ambassador Hotel, 
Girls' Work. 
10. Mrs. Margaret Slocum, 4311 Brooklynn, Zone 

5, Sec. 
14. May Race, S. 320 Brown St., Sec. 
23. C. C. Hume, R. 5, Box 294, Fin. Sec. 

Mrs. MUle M. Rhode, 601 N. First, Of. Sec. 
12. Meade Elliott, 915 S. 25th Ave., Dir. R.E. 

WISCONSIN 

6. Hazel Conn, 220 E. Washington Ave., Ch. Sec. 

12. Clara Mabel Nelson, 718 Clary St., Dir. R.E. 

13. Mrs. Bertha Bedell, Lindale PL, Pastor's Sec. 
36. Mrs. Kate Sizer, 421 S. Monroe Ave., Ch. Sec. 
ii. Mrs. Laura Ramsay, 905 Cass St., Dir. R.E. & 

Sec. 
)5. Nadine Butler, 1609 University Ave., Zone 5, 

Ch. Sec. 
D7. Mrs. Maude Irwin, 836 N. 20th St., Zone 3, 

Ch. Sec. 
Marjorie G. Manley, 2311 W. Wisconsin Ave., 

Zone 3, Ch. Asst. 

38. Mrs. E. A. Branch, 2426 N. 29th St., Zone 10, 

Pastor's Sec. 

39. Irene Ludwig, 2367 N. Fourth St., Zone 12, 

Ch. Sec. 
>2. Myrtle Hellestad, 328 Bowen St., Ch. Sec. 
55. Mrs. Clara Arens, 1919 N. Seventh St., Ch. 

Sec. 
i7. Mrs. Grace W. Spalding, 1511 Church St., 

Zone 13, Ch. Sec. 



1943] 



Missionaries of A. B. C. F. M. 



315 



MISSIONARIES OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMIS- 
SIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS 



Missionary and Location 



Abraham, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph L., Groutville, c. 

Armstrong, Miss Susan E., Foochow, p 

Atwood, Miss Hazel M., Foochow, p 

Bailey, Miss Hazel F., Peking, p 

Ballou, Rev. & Mrs. Earle H., Peking, p 

Birge, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. John Kingsley, 

Istanbul, t 

Blake, Rev. & Mrs. Everett C, Izmir, t 

Block, Mrs. Emily R., Talas, t 

Bookwalter, Mrs. Lulu G., Manepay, / 

Boynton, Miss Grace M., Chengtu, p 

Brenneman, Miss Charlotte M., Inanda, c. . . . 
Brewster, Rev. & Mrs. J. Rigsrs, Athens, n. . . . 

Brokenshire, Dr. Herbert C., Davao, v 

Brown, Miss Miriam D., Madura, d 

Bruce, Miss Clara H., Ahmednagar, e 

Brueckner, Mr. & Mrs. K. Robert, Adams, c . . 
Buck, Miss Theresa R., (R.N.), Mt. Silinda, g. 

Buell, Miss Constance, Tientsin, p 

Bunker, Rev. & Mrs. Sydney K., Vaddukoddai, 



Burr, Miss Leona L., Shaowu, p 

Campbell, Mrs. Ian (Gladys Perry) Izmir, t 
Carleton, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. Alford, Aleppo, / 

Carter, Miss Minnie E., Inanda, c 

Gary, Miss Alice E., Honolulu, T. H 

Gary, Rev. & Mrs. Frank, Davao, P. I 

Cassen, Rev. & Mrs. Paul M., Sirur, e. ..... . 

Chandler, Miss Gertrude E., Aruppukottai, d . 
Chandler, Rev. & Mrs. Robert E., Tientsin, p 
Childs, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. Gladwyn M 

Dondi, h 

Christian, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard J., Foochow, p 
Christoferson, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur F., Ifafa, c 

Clapp, Miss Frances B., Kyoto, A; 

Clark, Miss Lucv K., Uduvil, / 

Cobb, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Edward S., Kyoto, k 
Coles, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel B., Galangue, h. . 
Compton, Mr. & Mrs. Carl C., Thessaloniki 

Cooke, Alma L., (M.D.), Tehchow, p 

Cowles, Miss Ruth C, (R.N.), Johannesburg, c 

Craig, Miss Ivy E., Chikore, g 

Crew, Miss Angle, Kobe, k 

Crosby, Miss E. Marie, Dondi, h, 

Cross, Miss Laura B., Peking, p 

Cross, Rev. & Mrs. Rowland M.-, Tunghsien, p 

Curtis, Miss Edith, Kobe, k 

Dart, Mr. & Mrs. F. Sidney, Dondi, h 

DeForest, Miss Charlotte B., (L.H.D.), Kobe, k 
De Vargas, Mr. & Mrs. Phihppe, Peking, p. . 
Dewey, Dr. (M.D.) & Mrs. (R.N.) Albert W 

Gaziantep, t 

gewey. Miss Diantha, Mardin, t 
ibble. Miss Lauretta A., Galangue, h 

Dille, Rev. & Mrs. Carl R., Chilesso, h 

Dizney, Miss Helen, (R.N.), Tehchow, p. . . . 
Douglass, Miss Edith L., Sofia, u 



Dow, Miss Margaret, Peking, p 

Downs, Rev. & Mrs. Darley, Dansalan, P. I., k 

Dudley, Rev. & Mrs. Raymond A., Aruppu- 
kottai, d 

Dutton, Rev. & Mrs. PhiUp D., Taiku, p . . . . 

Dwight, Miss Adelaide S., Talas, t 

Dyer, Miss Lora G., (M.D.), Foochow, p. . . . 

Dysart, Rev. & Mrs. John P., Chikore, g. . . . 

Eddy, Miss Sylvia T., (R.N.), Talas, t 

Edwards, Rev. & Mrs. James F., Poona, e. . . 

Ennis, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. MerUn W., Sach 
kela, h, 

Fairbank, Rev. & Mrs. Robert W., Sholapur, 

Fanning, Miss Katherine F., Tottori, k 

Faurot, Mr. Albert L., Shaowu, p 

Fenenga, Miss Agnes, Aleppo, I 

Field, Miss Sarah M., Kobe, k 

Fletcher, Miss Katherine O., Scutari, a 

FUnt, Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M., Madura, d 

Fowle, Mr. & Mrs. Luther R., Istanbul, o . . . 



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10 '10 
'24 
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Missionary and Location 



Gait, Rev. & Mrs. Elmer W., Paoting, p 

Gait, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Howard S., Peking, p 

Garman, Rev. & Mrs. Clark P., Tokyo, k 

Gilbert, Rev. & Mrs. Lewis L., Jr., Tunghsien, 



Gillett, Rev. & Mrs. Clarence S., Kyoto, k 

Gillett, Dr. Charles L., Pagada, .Anchorage, p. . 

Greene, Miss Ohve, Izmir, t 

Grimes, Mr. & Mrs. Albert C, Tientsin, p . . . . 

Haas, Dr. & Mrs. Cyril H., Adana, t 

Hack, Mrs. Richard B., Mt. Silinda, g 

Hammaker, Miss Margaret G., Sholapur, e. . . . 
Hardeman, Miss Katherine, (R;N.), Madura, d 

Harley, Miss Isabelle, Thessaloniki, n 

Harris, Miss Gertrude, Ahmednagar, e 

Harrison, Rev. & Mrs. M. H., Bangalore, d. . . 
Hausske, Mr. & Mrs. Albert C, Tehchow, p. . 
Hemingway, Miss Isabel, (R.N.), Taiku, p. . . . 

Hess, Rev. & Mrs. James M., Madura, d 

Hibbard, Miss Esther L., Kyoto, k 

Hinman, Miss Margaret, Izmir, t 

HoUenbeck, Mrs. Henry S., (R.N.), Sachikela, h 

Horn, Miss Josie E., Fenchow, p 

Houston, Miss Lyda S., Yangkow, p 

Hubbard, Rev. & Mrs. Hugh W., Paoting, p. . 

Huggins, Miss Alice M., Tunghsien, p 

Huggins, Miss Mabel I., Peking, p 

Hume, Dr. & Mrs. Walter F., Wai, e 

Hunter, Rev. & Mrs. James A., Tunghsien, p. . 

Hurlbut, Miss Mary W., Sachikela, h 

Husted, Miss Edith E., Kodaikanal, d 

Ingle, Miss I. Mary, Thessaloniki, n 

Isely, Rev. & Mrs. Merrill N., Gaziantep, t. . . . 

Jacobs, Miss Jennie, Foochow, p 

Kelley, Miss Anne B., Peking, p 

Kennedy, Dr. and Mrs. Robert M., Inuvil, /. . 

Lanktree, Miss Lucy B., Ingtai, p 

Laubach, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. Frank C. Dan- 
salan, V 

Lawrence, Dr. & Mrs. William I., Mt. Silinda, g 
Lawson, Mr. & Mrs. James H., Madura, d. . . . 

Leete, Rev. WilUam R., Shanghai, p 

Leger, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. Samuel H., Shaowu, 



LesUe, Mrs. Elvesta T., Istanbul, o 

Lindsley, Miss Alice P., Scutari, t 

Lockwood, Mr. & Mrs. Edson C, Vaddukoddai, 



Long, Rev. & Mrs. Loy L., Ahmednagar, e. . . . 

Long, Miss Mabel E., EUenico, n 

Lorbeer, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd L., Pasumalai, d. . . 

Lovatt, Miss Ethel, (R.N.), Tunghsien, p 

Lowrey, Miss Edna, Macao, p 

Lucas, Miss Gladys M., Scutari, t 

Lum, Miss Maryette H., Peking, p 

Lyman, Miss Evelyn M., Mt. Silinda, g 

Lyons, Miss Lucia E., Tehchow, p 

Malcolm, Miss Florence C, Chilesso, A 

Marsh, Rev. & Mrs. John S., Mt. Silinda, g. . . 
Martin, Rev. & Mrs. Azel A., Dindigul, d. . . . 
Martin, Rev. & Mrs. Harry S., Tunghsien, p. 

Martin, Miss Jessie E., Istanbul, a 

Matthews, Rev. & Mrs. Harold S., Fenchow, 

Maxwell, Mrs. Katherine S., Durban, c 

Maynard, Rev. & Mrs. Harrison A., Beirut, I 

McClure, Miss Mary L., Fenchow, p 

McClure, Rev. & Mrs. Robert W., Foochow, 

McElroy, Miss Katharine L., Athens, n 

McKinley, Rev. & Mrs. James F., Dumaguete, 
McKnight, Rev. & Mrs. WiUiam Q., Nakat- 

suyama, k 

McMillan, Dr. & Mrs. Aaron M., Galangue, h 
Meacham, Rev. & Mrs. Frank T., Mount 

SiUnda, g 

Meebold, Miss Louise M., Fenchow, p 

Merrill, Miss Gertrude H., (R.N.), Chikore, 
I Merrill, Miss Katharine, Matsuyama, k. . . . 



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Missionary and Location 



Minto, Miss Una J., Bailundo, h 

Mix, Miss Katherine, Wai, e 

Moran, Rev. & Mrs. Sherwood F., Osaka, k. . . 

Moreley, Miss Bertha B., Thessaloniki, n 

Moulton, Rev. & Mrs. Joseph L., Vadala, e. . . 

Murphy, Miss AUce E., Tehchow, p 

Nelson, Miss Olive L., (R.N.), Madura, e 

Nelson, Miss Valley L., Tehchow, p 

Nichols, Rev. & Mrs. Edward G., Batlagundu, d 

Nicholson, Miss OUne E., Madura, d 

Nilson, Rev. & Mrs. Paul E., Talas, t 

Nolting, Rev. & Mrs. Edward L., Madura, d. . 

Noreen, Miss Emma B., Fenchow, p 

Norton, Miss Harriet C, Aleppo, I 

Nute, Dr. & Mrs. William L., Talas, t 

Orner, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J., Chikore, g 

Parmelee, Miss Ruth A., (M.D.), Athens, n. . . 

Parsons, Miss Edith F., Izmir, t 

Payne, Miss Jessie E., Paoting, p 

Phelps, Miss Theda B., Gaziantep, t 

PhiUips, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. Ray E., Johan- 
nesburg, c 

Picken, Miss L. LilUan, Satara, e 

Porter, Rev. (L.H.D., D.D.) & Mrs. Lucius C, 
Peking, p 

Putney, Miss Ethel W., Istanbul, a 

Pye, Miss Gertrude C., Fenchow, p 

Reed, Miss Alice C, Tehchow, p 

Ridley, Miss Florence M., Wai, e 

Riggs, Rev. & Mrs. Charles H., Chengtu, p. . . 

Riggs, Rev. & Mrs. Charles T., Istanbul, a. . . . 

Riggs, Rev. & Mrs. Ernest W., Thessaloniki, n 

Riggs, Mrs. Henry H., Beirut, I 

Rinden, Rev. & Mrs. Arthur, Diongloh, p 

Roberts, I. Mary, (M.D.), Madura, d 

Robinson, Rev. & Mrs. Harold W., Tehchow, p 

Robinson, Dr. & Mrs. Hugh L., Tunghsien, p. . 

Rogers, Miss Miriam E., Sholapur, e 

Saunders, Rev. & Mrs. Albert J., Madura, d. . . 

Scaff, Rev. & Mrs. Alvin H., Dansalan, v 

Scott, Miss Lavinia, Inanda, c 

Scott, Mr. & Mrs. Roderick, Foochow, p 

Shaw, Rev. & Mrs. Ernest T., Peking, p 

Shepard, Dr. & Mrs. Lorrin A., Istanbul, t. . . . 

Shepherd, Rev. & Mrs. George W., Am. Board, 
Boston 

Silliman, Miss Caroline, Aleppo, I 

Smith, Miss Bertha K., Manamadura, d 

Smith, Rev. & Mrs. E. Walter, Ingtai, p 



Missionary and Location 



Smith, Miss Helen H., Ingtai, p 

Stanley, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Charles A., Tsinan, 
P 

Stick, Rev. & Mrs. Henry A., Adams, c 

Stoltzfus. Rev. & Mrs. Benjamin F., Sofia, u. . 

Stowe, Miss Grace H., Kobe, k 

Stowe, Miss Mary E., Kobe, k 

Strong, Rev. & Mrs. Robbins, Tientsin, p 

Swart, Rev. & Mrs. Winfield Q., Ahmednagar, 
e 

Taylor, Dr. & Mrs. Alan B., Durban, c 

Taylor, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. James D., Johan- 
nesburg, c 

TheUn, Mr. & Mrs. Guy A., Tsingloh, p 

Thomas, Miss Eunice T., Shaowu, p 

Thomas, Mr. & Mrs. G. Ross, Bombay, e 

Thomas, Dr. & Mrs. Horace S., Madura, d. . . . 

Thomas, Miss Mary, (R.N.), Bailundo, h 

Thompson, Miss E. Frances, Dumaguete, v. . . 

Tong, Rev. & Mrs. Walter C, Davao, v 

Topping, Rev. & Mrs. William H., Foochow, p 

Torrence, Miss Louise F., Chikore, g 

Towle, Rev. & Mrs. Gifford H., Ahmednagar, e 

Towner, Miss C. Grace, Tarsus, t 

Van Kirk, Miss Ruth E., Tientsin, p 

Walker, Miss Nelhe M., Adams, c 

Wain, Rev. & Mrs. Duane V., Chilesso, h 

Ward, Miss Laura D., Shaowu, p 

Ward, Miss Mary I., Izmir, t 

Ward, Rev. & Mrs. PhiUp H., Beirut, I 

Warren, Rev. & Mrs. Charles M., Kyoto, k. . . 

Webb, Rev. & Mrs. Richard S., Bailundo, h. . . 

Whitaker, Rev. & Mrs. Robert B., Lintsing, p. 

White, Rev. & Mrs. Emmons E., Manamadura, 
d 

Wilcox, Miss Katie, Madura, d 

Wilder, Dr. & Mrs. Edward W., Madura, d. . . 

Wiley, Miss Martha, Shaowu, p 

WiUiams, Miss Gladys M., Taiku, p 

Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley D., Peking, p. . . . 

Wood, Miss Agnes A., Inanda, c 

Wood, Miss E. Loleta, Rahuri, c 

Woodard, Mrs. WiUiam P., Osaka, A; 

Woodruff, Mrs. Alma S., Sofia, u 

Woodward, Rev. & Mrs. Frank J., Dansalan, v 

Woodward, Miss Sarah E., Izmir, o 

Wool worth, Rev. & Mrs. Wm. Sage, Jr., Tarsus, 
t 

Wright, Miss Margarita, Guadalajara, b 



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ASSOCIATE MISSIONARIES OF THE AMERICAN BOARD 



Missionary and Location 



Bingham, Rev. & Mrs. Brewster, Foochow, p. 

Blatter, Miss Dorothy G., Istanbul, t 

Brookes, Dr. (Litt.D.) & Mrs. Edgar H., Adams, 

c 

Fisher, Mrs. Louise Gliem, Satara, e 

Keithahn, Rev. & Mrs. Ralph R. (M.D.), Ken- 

geri, d 



Missionary and Location 



Korchagina, Dr. Maria, Satara, e 

Mavnard, Mr. & Mrs. Richard E., Tarsus, t 
Phelps, Mr. & Mrs. Carl W., Kodaikanal, d 

Stene, Mrs. Flora ManweU, (R.N.) 

Strong, Mr. Tracy, Jr., Geneva 

Torrey, Miss M. Beth, Dondi, h 



a Istanbul, P. O. Box 142. 

b Portuguese East Africa. 

c South Africa. 

d South India. 

e India. 

/ Ceylon. 

g South Rhodesia, Africa. 



h West Africa. 
i Spain. 
k Japan. 
I Syria. 
m Caucasus, 
n Greece, 
p China. 

N. B. — As postal directions, the places named are often inadequate and subject to change. Correspondents 
of missionaries of the American Board are advised to send their letters, enclosed, to Foreign Department, 14 
Beacon St., Boston 8, Mass. 



q Czechoslovakia. 

s Mexico. 

t Turkey. 

u Bulgaria. 

V Philippine Islands (Mindanao). 

y Micronesia. 



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Missionaries of A . B. C. F. M. 



317 



RETIRED MISSIONARIES OF THE AMERICAN BOARD 

WHO HAD TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OR MORE IN SERVICE 



Retired Missionary and Location 



Aiken, Rev. Ed^vin E., 18 Chiang Ts'a Hutung, 

Peking, China 

Allen, Miss Bertha H., 510 W. Tenth St., Clare- 

niont, Cal 

Baird, Miss Agnes, 620 Plymouth Rd., Clare- 

mont, Cal 

Baldwin, Miss Jane D., 322 Lawn Ridge Rd., 

Orange, N. J 

Banninga, Rev. & Mrs. John J., 356 Pine Ave., 

Holland, Mich 

Barker, Miss Annie M., c/o The American Board 

Mission, Central Post Box 142, Istanbul, 

Turkey 

Bartlett, Mrs. Samuel C, R. F. D. 1, Norwich, 

Vt 



Beals, Drs. (M.D.) Lester H. and Rose F., Mt 

Hermon School, Mt. Hermon, Mass 

Beard, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Willard L., Century 

Farm, Shelton, Conn 

Bell, Mrs. William C, 665 Mayflower Rd. 

Claremont, Cal 

Bement, Miss Frances K., Porter Hall, Pilgrin: 

Place, Claremont, Cal 

Bennett, Rev. & Mrs. H. J., 423 Walnut St. 

Brookhne, Mass 

Bicknell, Mrs. John, 138 Hancock St., Auburn- 
dale, Mass 

Bissell, Miss Emily R., Porter Hall, Pilgrim 

Place, Claremont, Cal 

Bliss, Dr. & Mrs. Edward L., 73 S. Cedar St. 

OborUn, Ohio 

Borel, Miss Lucie E., 132 La Violette, Auver 

nier, Neuchatel, Switzerland 

Bridgman, Mrs. Clara D., R. F. D. 1, Durham, 

Conn 

Bunker, Rev. & Mrs. Fred R., 138 Hancock St., 

Auburndale, Mass 

Caldwell, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel L., Box 605, 

Laguna Beach, Cal 

Cary, Mrs. Otia, 138 Hancock St., Auburndale, 

Mass 

Channon, Mrs. Irving M., 182 Elm St., Oberiin, 

Ohio 

Chapin, Miss Abbie G., Stafford, Va 

Chittenden, Miss Caroline E., 6 West St., Ober- 

Hn, Ohio 

Clark, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Alden H., 56 Leigh- 
ton Rd., Wellesley, Mass 

Clark, Mrs. Charles E., 2221 Clawson Ave., 

Royal Oak, Mich 

Clarke, Rev. & Mrs. William P., 12 Pine St., 

Florence, Mass 

Cosper, Rev. & Mrs. William C, 492 W. Eighth 

St., Claremont, Cal 

Cowles, Mrs. Amy B., 259 W. Sixth St., Clare- 
mont, Cal 

Cozad, Miss Gertrude, 252 W. Sixth St., Clare- 
mont, Cal 

Curr, Miss Isabella H. (M.D.), Auchtermuchty, 

Fife, Scotland 

Denton, Miss Mary F., Doshisha Girls' School, 

Kyoto, Japan 

Dickson, Mrs. James H., 3 Aga Abbas Ah Rd 

Bangalore, So. India 

Ewing, Mrs. Charles E., 1860 Garfield Rd., East 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Fairbank, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Edward, Main 

St., Northfield, Mass 

Fowler, Miss Esther B., Missionary Home, 2 In 

fantry Rd., Bangalore, So. India 

Frost, Miss Carohne E., 138 Hancock St., Au 

burndale. Mass 

Fry, Rev. (D.D.) Earl C, 138 Hancock St., 

Auburndale, Mass 

Fuller, Mr. & Mrs. Columbus C, 6316 Ruby St. 

Los Angeles, Cal 

Gates, Mrs. Frances H., East Haddam, Conn 



Retired Missionary and Location 



Getchell, Mr. & Mrs. Danal K., 660 Mayflower 
Rd., Claremont, Cal 

Goodenough, Mrs. Herbert D., Box 21, Um- 
komaas. Natal, So. Africa 

Gordon, Miss Annie E., 141 Somerset St., W., 
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

Graf, Miss Johanna L., 843H N. Main St., 
Springfield, Mo 

Griswold, Miss Fanny E., 138 Hancock St., 
Auburndale, Mass 

GuUck, Rev. (D.D.) Sidney L., 2451 E. Manoa 
Rd., Honolulu, T. H - 

Hamilton, Dr. Carohne F., 500 Crafts St., West 
Newton, Mass 

Hartwell, Miss Emily S., 261 N. Main St., Ober 
lin, Ohio 

Haskell, Mrs. Edward B., 425 EUa St., Wilkins 
burg, Pittsburgh, Pa 

HaskeU, Miss Mary M., 8 Buxton Blvd., Sofia 
Bulgaria 

Hazen, Rev. & Mrs. WiUiam. 138 Hancock St. 
Auburndale, Mass 

Heebner, Miss Flora, R. F. D. No. 2, Norris 
town, Pa 

Heine, Rev. Carl R., Marshall Islands Station of 
the American Board, Jaluit, Marshall Islands 
via Japan 

Hemingway, Mrs. W. A., 701 Shepherd St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C 

Herrick, Rev. David S., 138 Hancock St., Au- 
burndale, Mass 

Holton, Mrs. Edward P., 5424 Drexel Ave., Chi 
cago. 111 

Holway, Rev. Theodore T., Lakes Rd., R. M. D. 
1, Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Colum 
bia, Canada 

Hoppin, Miss Jessie R., 1214 West Front St. 
Ashland, Wis 

House, Mrs. J. Henry, 17 East 42nd St., New 
York, N. Y 

Hoyt, Miss Ohve S., 480 W. Sixth St., Clare- 
mont, Cal 

Irwin, Mrs. Herbert M., c/o Y. W. C. A., EUice 
Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 

JiUson, Miss Jeannie L., 536 West 6th St., Clare- 
mont, Cal 

Jones, Miss Anna B., 138 Hancock St., Auburn- 
dale, Mass 

Knapp, Mrs. Anna J., 321 Central St., Auburn- 
dale, Mass 

Lawrence, Mrs. Caleb W., Leonard St., Norton 
Mass 

Le Roy, Rev. & Mrs. Albert E., Gregory St., 
Waltham, Mass 

Lombard, Rev. Frank A., 1 Crown Ridge Rd., 
Wellesley, Mass 

Loughridge, Miss Stella N., 1306 No. Kenmore 
Ave., Los Angeles, Cal 

Lyman, Rev. & Mrs. James K., Nelson, N. H. 

MacCallum, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Frederick W 
37 Terpsichore St., Old Phaleron, Greece. . 

MacLachlan, Mrs. Alexander, "Kennarden," 
Hill St., Kingston, Ontario, Canada 

McCall, Rev. & Mrs. Clarence F., R. 2, Box 512, 
Ashland, Ore 

McCallum, Miss Emily M., 37 Terpsichore St. 
Old Phaleron, Greece 

McCann, Mr. & Mrs. James H., 1716 Glorietta 
Ave., Glendale, Cal 

McCord, Dr. & Mrs. James B., Oakham 
Mass 

McNaughton, Mrs. James P., 536 W. Sixth St., 
Cllaremont, Cal 

Marden, Mrs. Etta D., 249 N. Euclid Ave. 
Pasadena, Cal 

Marden, Dr. (M.D., D.Sc.) & Mrs. Jesse K. 
9277 Amesburv Ave.. Cleveland, Ohio 



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Retired Missionary and Location 



Martin, Mrs. John C, 535 Berkeley Ave., Clare- 
mont, Cal 

Matthews, Miss Mary L., 932 Selwyn Rd., East 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Merrill, Rev. (Ph.D.) & Mrs. John E., 2117 Fos 
ter Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y 

Miller, Mrs. Charles W., 1249 E. 92nd St., Seat- 
tle, Wash 

Miller, Rev. (D.D.) John X., White Lodge, 
Coonoor, The Nilgiris, So. India 

Mills, Minnie B. (Ph.D.), 4050 Ninth N. E., 
Seattle, Wash 

Newell, Mr. & Mrs. George M., Uxbridge, Mass 

NeweU, Mrs. Horatio B., 131 W. Eighth St., 
Claremont, Cal 

Noyes, Miss Fanny G., 10 S. Prospect St., Ober- 
Un, Ohio 

Nugent, Miss Isabella F., 30 Winchester St 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Olds, Rev. (D.D.) C. Burnell, c/o American 
Board, 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass 

Partridge, Rev. & Mrs. Ernest C, Community 
Church, Valparaiso, Fla 

Pedley, Mrs. Hilton, 35 Fair Oaks Ave., New 
tonville. Mass 

Peet, Rev. Lyman P., 845 Sussex Rd., San 
Marino, Cal 

Phelps, Rev. Isabella, 69 Pinckney St., Boston, 
Mass 

Pinneo, Miss Annie, 86 GillettSt., Hartford, Conn. 

Pohl, Miss Use C, 607 Alden St., Pilgrim Place, 
Claremont, Cal 

Quiokenden, Miss Catherine S., "Carfax," 31 
Durdham Park, Bristol 6, England 

Redick, Miss Emma C, Box 152, R. R. No. 1, 
Perry, Mich 

Reed, Miss Bertha P., 620 Plymouth Rd., Clare- 
mont, Cal 

Rice, Miss Nina E., 333 W. Third St., Clare- 
mont, Cal 

Roberts, Rev. James H., 442 Wolcott Hill Rd. 
Wethersfield, Conn 

Root, Miss Mary M., 138 Hancock St., Au 
burndale. Mass 

Rowland, Mrs. George M., 138 Hancock St. 
Auburndale, Mass 

Sanders, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Wilham H., 601 
S. Bancroft Pkwy., Wilmington, Del 

Searle, Miss Susan A., 635 Alden Rd., Clare- 
mont, Cal 

Sewall, Miss Carolyn T., 30 Forbes Ave., Nor- 



Retired Missionary and Location 



thampton. Mass 

Sewny, Mrs. Lillian Cole, 653 Plymouth Rd. 

Claremont, Cal 

Smith, Rev. Edward H., 138 Hancock St., Au- 
burndale, Mass 

Stapleton, Rev. & Mrs. Robert S., 507 Monroe 

St., Lapeer, Mich 

Stelle, Mrs. William, 31 Madison St., Cam 

bridge. Mass 

Storrs, Rev. & Mrs. Charles L., 210 So. 39th St. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Stover, Mrs. Bertha D., 953 W. Kensington 

Rd., Los Angeles, Cal 

Thompson, Dr. Wilham L., Memorial Home 

Community, Penney Farms, Fla 

Thomson, Mrs. Agnes C, Duncan, Vancouver 

Island, British Columbia, Canada 

Trowbridge, Miss Ehzabeth M., Fairfield House, 

Old King's Highway, Darien, Conn 

Tucker, Drs. Frances F. & Emma, c/o Ameri- 
can Board, 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. . . . 
Ussher, Rev. (M.D.) Clarence D., 24 Castle St., 

Worcester, Mass 

Vaughan, Mrs. C. Stanley, Restabit, Shem- 

baganur Post, So. India 

Walker, Josephine C, c/o Mrs. S. F. Walker, 

Forest Grove, Ore 

Wallace, Rev. & Mrs. WiUiam W., Bridgewater, 

Conn 

Ward, Mrs. Arthur A., 1404 Elm Ave., Winter 

Park, Fla 

Watson, Dr. & Mrs. Percy T., Ill Maple St., 

Northfield, Minn 

Webb, Miss Elizabeth S., c/o American Press 

Beirut, Lebanese Repubhc 

Webster, Mrs. Marian M., c/o Mrs. J. A. Rid 

dell, 3035 Berkeley Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. . , 
White, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. Geo. E., 928 High 

St., Grinnell, Iowa 

White, Mrs. Schuyler S., 815 N. Hill Ave., Pasa- 
dena, Cal 

Wilder, Rev. (D.D.) & Mrs. George D., 131 S. 

Professor St., Oberhn, Ohio 

Wingate, Rev. & Mrs. Henry K., 610 E. Third 

St., Northfield, Minn 

Woodside, Mrs. Thomas W., 1409 Princeton 

Ave., Orlando, Fla 

Woodworth, Rev. & Mrs. A. D., Merom, Ind 
Wyckoff, Miss E. Gertrude, King-Bruwaert 

House, Hinsdale, 111 



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1943] Pastors Not Members Cong' I Chr. Assns. and Licentiates 319 
PASTORS OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

NOT MEMBERS OF ASSOCIATIONS OR CONFERENCES AND 

LICENTIATES 

List of pastors who have been reported as not having full ministerial standing. A new status, "appro- 
bation as lay preacher," is reported by a few states. The list also includes the names of all licentiates re- 
ported by state registrars whether or not they are serving churches. The Association to which a Congrega- 
tional Christian licentiate belongs is noted as follows: " Lie. -Chi." (licensed by the Chicago Association of 
the Illinois Conference), or " Lie. -Con}." (licensed by state Conference). The abbreviations following the 
word "Lie.-" refer to Associations, the key to which may be had upon application to the Year Book De- 
partment, 287 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y., or to the state offices. Note: The state, as well as the 
Association, is given when a licentiate lives outside the Conference which holds his standing. The designa- 
tion " Lie." without further letters in italics, is applied to those whose standing has not been verified by any 
Association. 

A list of candidates for the ministry, who are in care of a local Association, is appended to this list. 



Abbott, Lyle, Bapt., Yampa, Colo. 

Abercrombie, A. Vaughan, Lic.-Conf., 68 Rocham- 

beau Ave., Proxadence 6, R. I. 
Abernathy, Mark W., Lay. Stud., 811 Alvaredo 

Terrace, Walla Walla, Wash. 
Abrahamson, Alfred C, Meth. Lie., Trempealeau, 

Wis. 
Ackley, .Alfred Henry, Presb., 239 S. Maple St., 

Escondido, Cal. 
Adams, Elie Maynard, S. Bapt., 1100 S. Goodman 

St., Rochester, N. Y. 
Adams, Mrs. Mary E., U. B., R. 4, Eaton, Ohio 
Adams, Roy Lee, Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, 111. 
Adams, Samuel J., Breth., Pleasant Hill, Ohio 
Adjemian, John H., Presb., 1000 South Ave., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 
Ahlberg, Margaret, Lay., R. 2, Cornell, Wis. 
Ahokas, Emil Armas, Lic.-O. C, North .\ttleboro, 

Mass. 
Aijian, M. M., Presb., 1549 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley 

7. Cal. 
Akers, George Richard, Meth., Williams St., Chester, 

Mass. 
Akiu, George E., Lie.-M., Hana, Maui, T. H. 
Alavazo, Valentine J., Lie.-K., Kealia, T. H. 
Albee, Harriet H., Lay., W. Stewartstown, N. H. 
Alber, Ray M., Lie.-N., 516 Plum St., Elkhart, Ind. 
Albertson, James, Meth., Port Angeles, Wash. 
Aldridge, M. L., Univ., 115 E. South St., Wood- 
stock, lU. 
Alexander, John H., Lay. Stud., Winthrop, Me. 
Allen, H. B., Meth., Lakeside, Ohio 
AUen, Ray Chester, Lic.-Y., Worthing, S. D. 
Alston, H. A., Lic.-Linc. Chr., R. 2, Box 102, Gra- 
ham, N. C. 
Amirkhanian, Vartan B., Presb., 1104 Irving St., 

San Francisco 22, Cal. 
Anderson, Arthur S., Disc., Crystal, Mich. 
Anderson, Bernhard W., Meth., 2 Grove St., Waure- 

gan. Conn. 
Anderson, C. Emery, Sw. Ev. Mis. Gov., Box 229, 

Georgetown, Conn. 
Anderson, Carl PhiUp, Ev. Mis. Cov., Lie., 421 

Hoyt Ave., West New Brighton, Staten Island, 

N. Y. 
Anderson, George B., Indep. Bapt., Creighton, 

Neb. 
Anderson, H. C, Nor. Ev., 563 Olympia Ave., 

Grantwood, N. J. 
Anderson, K. Brooke, Lic.-Conf., 23 Adelphi Ave., 

Providence 12, R. I. 
Anderson, Lyle C, Bapt., Northville, N. Y. 
Andrew, WUliam R., Lie.-Cum. Me., Hampton, 

Conn. 
Ansted, Orlie Burton, F. IF. Bapt., Kalkaska, 

Mich. 
Aoki, Mitsuo, Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, 111. 



Appleby, Delbert John, Lic.-L. C, Elroy, Wis. 
.\ppleman, Willard, Chr. Union, R. 1, McArthur, 

Ohio 
.\rcher, Mrs. Kathryn, Lic.-W., 6412 Darlington 

Rd., Pittsburgh 17, Pa. 
Aubrey, William D., Meth., Adams, N. Y. 
Augustine, Percy H.. Bapt., East Springfield, Pa. 
.■Vverill, Chester C, Lay., 44 Chestnut St., Battle 

Creek, Mich. 

Babbitt, Arthur R., Indep. Bapt., Box 323, Water- 
ford, Pa. 
Babcock, Fred I., Lic.-Win., Land O'Lakes, Wis. 
Bachelder, F. Stephen, Lic.-N. H., 409 Prospect 

St., New Haven 11, Conn. 
Bach tell, Ivan Carl, Indep., P.O. Box 524, Avoca, 

Iowa. 
Baggett, J. W., Lic.-So. Com., c/o Elm Ave. 

Christian Church, Portsmouth, Va. 
Baggett, Wilham Herman, Lic.-Conf., Reeves, La. 
Baggs, Robert, Bapt. Lie, Box 17, Charlton, Alass. 
Baird, Carl, Lie, Box 44, Lakeview, Wash. 
Baker, Elmer E., Lic.-Chi., 5757 University .Ave., 

Chicago 37, lU. 
Baker, Henry D.,Sap<. Lie, East Woodstock, Conn. 
Baker, J. Ray, Bapt., R.F.D., HoUey, N. Y. 
Baker, O. S., Meth., 601 N. Adams Rd., Veradale, 

Wash. 
Baker, William R. C, Meth., Clinton, Minn. 
Baldwin, Ellis K., Lay., 25 Scott St., Utica, N. Y. 
Bales, A. J., Fr., Kirwin, Kan. 
Ballard, A. D., Lic.-Conf., R.F.D., Tallassee, Ala. 
Ballard, Kenneth E., Lie-Win., Rosendale, Wis. 
Barber, Mrs. Derelle E., Lic.-O., Tekamah, Neb. 
Barber, Frank W., Lic.-L. S., R.D. 1, Cornwall 

Bridge, Conn. 
Barber, Raymond O., Lic.-D. M., Mitchellville, 

Iowa 
Barbour, H. M., Lay., Ripon College, Ripon, Wis. 
Barientos, Romnaldo, Lic.-M., Paia, Maui, T. H. 
Barnes, D. A., Lic.-N. C. Chr., N. C. 
Barnes, Ehjah, Lic.-S. N. C. Chr., Kenly, N. C. 
Barnett, Henry W., Meth., Box 74, Earth, Texas 
Barnett, J. B., Presb., 5150 N. 22nd St., Omaha, Neb. 
Barnlund, \. W., Meth., 1421 Vilas Ave., Madison 

5, Wis. • 
Barrett, Allen H., Meth., R. 4, Danby, N. Y. 
Barrows, Douglas S., Lic.-N., Faulkton, S. D. 
Bartter, Mrs. Alfred H., Lic.-N. E., 402 Mechanic 

St., Decorah, Iowa 
Basinger, Carlus O., Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, lU. 
Bass, Harold James, Meth., Cheney, Wash. 
Bast, Mrs. Alzina Munger, Lie.-C.B., 210 E. Sixth 

St., Atlantic, Iowa 
Bauch, Herbert E., Lic.-N. E., 472 Lara Blvd., 

Dubuque, Iowa 
Baughman, B. H., Meth. Lie, 114 E. Second St., 

Kewanee, 111. 



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Baughman, Clifford W., Disc, 116 Lyle St., Ke- 

wanee, 111. 
Beach, Curtis, Unit., 551 S. Pasadena Ave., Pasa- 
dena 2, Cal. 
Beach, George E., Bapt., Box 64, Jericho Center, Vt. 
Beale, Gordon, Lic.-N. P., Barnesville, Minn. 
Bearden, Elmer H., Bapt. Stud., c/o Mrs. S. B. 

Brackett, Smith St., Middleboro, Mass. 
Beardsley, Mrs. WhitmoreE., Lay., R.F.D., North- 
ampton, Mass. 
Beatty, Kenneth, Meth., Delanson, N. Y. 
Beck, John D., Lic.-O., Ewa, Oahu, T. H. 
Becker, Albert Carlyle, Lic.-S. W., Box 116, Brule, 

Neb. 
Beckwith, Herbert S., Lic.-S. N., Andover Newton 

Theol. Sch., Newton Center 59, Mass. 
Bedford, A. Goff, Lay. Stud., New Hartford, Conn. 
Biem, Merrill A., Lay., 27 Dale St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Beers, Edgar N., Meth., Ludlow, Vt. 
Beishline, Richard Wayde, Lic.-W., Honeoye, N. Y. 
Bell, George Giltner, Lic.-N.. Huron, S. D. 
Bell, Robert P., Lic.-W., 451 E. 18th St., Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
Benner, Phyllis, Bapt., R.D. 8, Loudon, N. H. 
Bennett, Dennis, Lic.-San. C, 234 Central Ave., 

Campbell, Cal. 
Bennett, Kenneth, Appro.-N. J., 461 Ellison St., 

Paterson 1, N. J. 
Berreth, Edwin O., Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, 111. 
Berry, Reginald, Naz., Park St. Church, Boston 8, 

Mass. 
Bevan, Mrs. Vernon F., Lay., 95 Main St., Shel- 

burne Falls, Mass. 
Bigler, Adam, Stud., Box 113, R. 1, West Milton, 

Ohio 
BilUngs, Thomas H., Edgewood Park, BriarclifT 

Manor, N. Y. 
Bishop, C. Walter, Bapt., Wilmot, N. H. 
Black, Lilly J., W. F. Mis., Ind., 1120 Wayne Ave., 

Greenville, Ohio 
Blackburn, John H., Bapt., West Brattleboro, Vt. 
Blackhurst, John H., Lay., Aetna Ins. Co., Pioneer 

Bldg., St. Paul 1, Minn. 
Blakeney, Charles, Bapt., Army Chaplain 
Blalock, Howard, Bapt., Andover Newton Theol. 

School, Newton Center 59, Mass. 
Blanding, William, Meth., Ovid, Mich. 
Blankenship, Fred, Lay., Thorsby, Ala. 
Blodgett, Fred B., Meth., Marshfield, Vt. 
Blowen, Arthur, Lic.-H., Conn., & Vt. Conf., Orwell, 

Vt. 
Blunt, Gordon, Lic.-D. M., 2829 Brattleboro, Des 

Moines 11, Iowa 
Boardman, Howard, Lic.-Chi., 5757 University 

Ave., Chicago 37, 111. 
Bodder, H. E., Presb., c/o Merriam Home, Newton, 

N.J. 
Bollinger, Carl J., Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, 111. 
Booth, William R., Lic.-T., R.D. 1, Rockville, 

Conn. 
Bosworth, Mrs. Theo. K., Lic.-S., DougLi.ss, Kan. 
Boughey, Harry, Lic.-E. V., Hartington, Neb. 
Bower, H. E., Bapt., Madison, Conn. 
Bower, Spencer D., Fund., Bagley, Minn. 
Bowman, Charles, Lay., Moline, Mich. 
Boykins, Lewis, 700 Parker Ave., Portsmouth, Va. 
Boyle, David H. M., Presb., P.O. Box 206, Vista, 

Cal. 
Bradford, Alfred, Stud., Feeding HiUs, Mass. 
Bradley, WiUiam L., Lic.-S. W., U. S. Army 
Bratton, Fred Gladstone, Meth., American Int'l 

College, Springfield, Mass. 
Brewer, Raymond R., Meth., 412 N. Summit St., 

Decatur 11, lU. 
Brickhouse, Ernest F., Lic.-E. Va., So., Duke 

University, Durham, N. C. 
Brill, Walton E., Lic.-Va. V., So., Lehew, W. Va. 
Brinkman, Robert E., Meth., 2 E. 103rd St., New 

York, N. Y. 
Bristol, G. Fairbanks, Meth., Pawlet, Vt. 
Brock, Robert H., Bapt., 24 Green St., Hudson, 

Mass. 
Brooker, N., Lic.-S. N. C. Chr., Holly Springs, N. C. 



Brooks, Howard, Sal. Army, 34 Hammond St., 

Newport, R. I. 
Brooks, Norman F., Lay. Stud., Bangor Theological 

Seminary, Bangor, Me. 
Brown, Allan H., Indep., 8962 Cynthia St., West 

Hollywood 46, Cal. 
Brown, Avard W., Bapt., Norridgewock, Me. 
Brown, Charles G., Bapt., Guys Mills, Pa. 
Brown, Chester Clayton, Lic.-Conf., Medford, Okla. 
Brown, Earl Basil, Indep. Chr., Iberia, Mo. 
Brown, Elton W., Lic.-P., Hanover Center, Box 41, 

Mass. 
Brown, Harold G., Lay., Huntley, III. 
Brown, Norman, Bapt., Washougal, Wash. 
Brown, Norman L., Disc, 3519 La Clede, Los 

Angeles 26, Cal. 
Browning, Willis, Meth. Dea., 17 Yarmouth St., 

Boston 16, Mass. 
Bryant, Richard, Stud., Andover Newton Theol. 

Sch., Newton Center 59, Mass. 
Buck, Mrs. Eunice B., Lic.-V., Naples, Me. 
BuckUn, Elden G., Bapt., Chepachet, R. I. 
Budd, Robert B., Presb., Los Alamitos Community 

Ch., Los Alamitos, Cal. 
Budrie, Robert, Stud., Grad. Sch. of Theology, 

Oberlin, Ohio 
Bugden, Wilson A., Meth., Newport, Vt. 
Bunce, H. Ross, Jr., Lay., Hatfield, Mass. 
Bundy, Don A., Lic.-Naug. V. Conn., 8727 115th 

St., Richmond Hill, N. Y. 
Bundy, Roy F., Chr., Oronogo, Mo. 
Burnett, Arthur H., Meth., 239 Kinsley St., Sherrill, 

N. Y. 
Burnett, Joseph Davie, Bapt., North Hampton, 

N. H. 
Burns, Mrs. Elizabeth, Lay., Princeton, Mass. 
Burns, James H., Bapt., Wachusett Rd., Princeton, 

Mass. 
Burris, Charles A., Disc, Box 282, Binger, Okla. 
Burston, Edward J. W., Bapt., Richville, N. Y. 
Burton, WilUam C, Presb., 1608 Admiral Blvd., 

Kansas City 6, Mo. 
Busby, Curtis Cady, Lic-Cum., Main St., Cumber- 
land Center, Me. 
Busch, Calvin, Ortho. Presb., Steamboat Springs, 

Colo. 
Bushnell, Howard R., Lic.-N. L., R.D. 8, Norwich, 

Conn. 
Butterfield, Erston M., Lie-Mich., N. Ridgeville, 

Ohio 
Buzza, Gordon W. H., Lay., West Newfield, Me. 
Byrne, A. F., U. B., Lewis\-ille, Ind. 

Callahan, Charles C, Ev., 166 Sell St., Johnstown, 

Pa. 
Calvert, Ernest R., Bapt., Box 126, Newfields, N. H. 
Calvert, Mrs. Ernest R., Lay., Box 126, Newfields, 

N. H. 
Cambridge, A. J., Meth., Franklin, Vt. 
Camp, George Foster, Bapt., Box 567, Conway, 

Mass. 
Camp, Russell E.. Meth. Lie, R.D. 2, Stafford 

Springs, Conn. 
Campbell, Everett I., Lic.-W., 722 Ravenswood 

Ave., Pittsburgh 2, Pa. 
Campbell, G. Stuart, Bapt., Wilmot Center, N. H. 
Campbell, George W., Lic.-Den., Salem, Iowa 
Campbell, Herbert R., Meth.. East Middlebury, Vt. 
Campbell, RolUn T., Meth., Eaton, N. Y. 
Campbell, Thomas H., Lic.-H., Bucksport, Me. 
Canfield, John S., Meth. Lay., R. 8, Yakima, Wash. 
Canfield, Nelson E., Meth., Fort Fairfield, Me. 
Carlson, John H., Ev. Mis. Cov., 420 N. Fairmont 

Ave., Pittsburgh 6, Pa. 
Carlson, Robert, Lie-Bay., 1798 Scenic Ave., Ber- 
keley 4, Cal. 
Carlson, Robert W., Naz. Lie, 17 Newbury St., 

Beverly, Mass. 
Carnahan, Herbert M., Meth., 429 Columbia Ave., 

Williamstown, W. Va. 
Carr, Auburn J., Meth., 86 River St., Richford, Vt. 
Carson, Hermon A., U. C. C, Derby Line, Vt. 
Carter, Duane, Meth., Rosalia, Wash. 
Case, William Moll, Presb., 16 W. Fifth St., Reno, 

Nev. 
Cassill, Miss Lulu B., Lic.-E. Wash., Plummer, Ida. 



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Castillo, David, Lic.-S. B., 232 'D' St., Chino, Cal. 
Caughey, Rudolph, Presb., 339 Edwards St., Crock- 
ett, Cal. 
Cazer, Dana W., Bapt. Lie, Harrisville, N. H. 
Cederberg, Car) E., Ev. Mis. Cov., 449 Ninth St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Chaffee, Glenn R., Stud., Sheffield. Mass. 
Champion, Frederick A., Lic.-W., New Castle, Cole. 
Chapman, Ernest N., Presb., 957 27th St. S., Ogden, 

Utah 
Chappie, Carl Henry, Lic.-E. P. Conf., 406 N. East 

St., Madison, Ind. 
Charging, Francis, Lic.-N. W., Elbowoods, N. D. 
Charles, J. Burdette, Disc, 409 Prospect St., New 

Haven 11, Conn. 
Chase, Le Grand E., Disc. R.D. 4, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Chase, Priscilla, Lic-R. I. Conf., 1006 Hippodrome 

Bldg., Cleveland 14, Ohio 
Childs, Arthur W., Lic.-Hs., Worthington, Mass. 
Childs, Stephen E., Lie-Con f.. Benson, Vt. 
Christopher, Arthur G., Meth., 271 Center St., 

Old Town, Me. 
Clapp, Theodore L., Lic.-N. H., West Cornwall, 

Conn. 
Clardy, Jake, Lic.-N., R.F.D., Courtland, Ala. 
Clark, Arthur S., Meth.. 730 Broadway, Haverhill, 

Mass. 
Clark, Paul B., Bapt., 78 Burley Circle, Greenhills, 

Ohio 
Clark, Robert T., Lic-A. V., Colo., ,5757 University 

Ave., Chicago 37, 111. 
Clay, Seth A., Lic.-K., Eau Claire, Mich. 
Clayton, Cranston C, Meth., White River Junction, 

Clayton, Donald W., Presb.. 3128 N. Summit Ave., 

Milwaukee 11, Wis. 
Cleveland, Howard Z., N. Bapt., 36 Kensington 

Ave., Dover, N. J. 
Clevenger, Hubert K., Jr., Lic.-E., 910M W. Main 

St., Muncie, Ind. 
CHfton, Floyd, Lic.-S. N. C. Chr., Louisburg, N. C. 
Clifton, John, Lic.-S. N. C. Chr., Louisburg, N. C. 
Clough, Leonard G., Cong., 10 Dana St., Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Clyde, Joseph B., Lic-Dav., 1236 Eighth St. N.W., 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Coffey, William, Gallipolis, Ohio 
Cole, Caroline, Lic-M. M., Mass., Colby College, 

Waterville, Me. 
Coley, Ronald M., 193 Tournament St., Concord, 

N. C. 
Collum, Joseph Tom, Lic-C, R. 2, Tallassee, Ala. 
Compton, Ben C, Lic.-N.. R. 2, Moulton, Ala. 
Cook, Ruel, Lay. Stnd., Whitworth College, Spo- 

Cooper', Chester R., Meth., 105 Springfield St., 

Chicopee, Mass. 
Cooper, Robert C, Bapt. Lie, Greene, R. I. 
Core, Arthur C, U. B., Bonebrake Seminary, 

Dayton 6, Ohio 
Core, Gordon C, U. B. Stvd., Bonebrake Seminary, 

Dayton 6, Ohio 
»Cornett, Robert, Indep. Chr., 26 S. 20th St., Rich- 
mond, Ind. 
Cornish, Louis C, Unit., 25 Beacon St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Cosman, Peter L., Bapt., 363 High St., Somerset, 

Mass. 
Coulimore, Herbert, Lay., Sherman Station, Me. 
Counting, Daniel, Lay., Lantry, S. D. 
Coxhead, Miss Mary, Lie-Bay., 3805 Piedmont 

Ave., Oakland 11, Cal. 
Crabtree, Sumner, Bapt., Lubec, Me. 
Crawford, John S., Lay., 3109 AUen St., New 

Orleans 19, La. 
Crawford, Lawrence A., Afe</i., West Richfield, Ohio 
Crawford, William, Presb., Sunderland, Mass. 
Creech, Donald Gilbert, Disc, 55 Church St., 

Spencerport, N. Y. 
Creetan, Robert F., Lic.-Ky. Tenn., Vanderbilt 

University, Nashville, Tenn. 
Crocker, Edwin, Meth., Machias, Me. 
Crofoot, Frank E., Meth. Lie, 90 Lusard St., 

Painesville, Ohio 
Crook, George W., Wes. Meth., Lagrangeville, N. Y. 
Cross, Martin, Disc, Bevier, Mo. 



49 Walpole St., 
N. Berendo, Los 
Alpine, Ala. 



Crump, Chfford C, Lie-Win., 507 Watson St., 

Ripon, Wis. 
Curless, Roy, Lie-Win., Box 510, Shiocton, Wis. 
Currier, Andrew B., Meth., Irasburg, Vt. 
Curtis, Thomas, Lay., c/o Milton E. Lord, Main St., 

Boxford, Mass. 
Cutter, Frank R., Lic.-Fr., Box 405, S. Deerfield, 

Mass. 

Dahlstrom, Earl C, Ev. Mis. Cov., 20 Brownell Ave., 

Hartford 6, Conn. 
Daniel, R. Berwyn, Lic.-S. S., 

Norwood, Mass. 
Darch, Dorothea, Lie-Bay., 32? 

Angeles 4, Cal. 
Dates, A. N., Lay., R. 2, Box 88 
Davie, J. Ralph, Bapt., 100 The Portage, Ticonder- 

oga, N. Y. 
Davies, A. Powell, Unit., 105 Lamed Rd., Summit, 

N.J. 
Davies, J. Newton, Meth., Drew Seminary, Madi- 
son, N. J. 
Davies, J. W., Presb., Wisconsin Dells, Wis. 
Davies, Joseph H., Lic.-N. E., 431 E. Pine St. 

Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Davies, William H., Meth. Stud., 72 Mt. Vernon 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Davis, Earl C, Disc, R. 2, Fillmore, Ind. 
Davis, Frank, Lic.-Ib., 287 Boulevard St., Lake 

Charles, La. 
Davis, Joseph E., Lie-Afro. Chr., Apt. 12, 70 E 

127th St., New York 35, N. Y. 
Davis, Oscar, Chr. Lie, R.R. 2, Anderson, Ind. 
Davis, Robert E., Univ. Lie, 42 Main St., Carthage, 

N. Y. 
Davis, WilUam James. 1512 E. Lee St., High Point, 

N. C. 
Davison, Miss Marguerite, Lie-C, Thorsby, Ala. 
Dawe, Lorenzo T., Meth., Rochester, Vt. 
Day, Ray, Lic.-E. Va., So., Elon College, N. C. 
Day, Richard A., Unit., Peterborough, N. H. 
Day, Theodore Chipman, Lic-Es. S., 10 Lakeview 

Ave., Beverly, Mass. 
Dayton, Harold Eugene, Meth., Larchwood, Iowa 
Dean, Lee M., Epise, Falls Village, Conn. 
Deane, William W., Lay., Suncook, N. H. 
DeBilio, Francis, Meth. Stud., 339 Charles St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Denney, William Henry, Presb., 67 Newbury St., 



. Lie, Lubec, Me. 

., High St., Topsfield, 



Boston, Mass, 
Densmore, Douglas H. 
de Sousa, John R., Lie 

Mass. 
Diaz-Acosta, Juan, U. B., Santa Isabel, P. R. 
Diem, J. Stewart, Univ., 214 Branch St., Hartford, 

Wis. 
Dimock, Arthur V., Bapt., Gilmanton Iron Works, 

N. H. 
Dimock, Herbert, Lie-Bay, 264 Arlington Ave., 

Berkeley 8, Cal. 
Dirks, John H., Meth., Tyndall, S. D. 
Dixon, Chr. Union, West Union, Ohio 

Dolch, George W., Meth. Stud., Kendall Rd., Tyngs- 

boro, Mass. 
Dominick, George, Lie-B. N., 27 Foote Ave., 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
Donavan, Paul R., Jr., Lic.-S. W ., 109 W. Franklin 

St., Troy, Ohio 
Drake, Charles H., Jr., Stud., 600 W. 122nd St., 

New York 27, N. Y. 
Drumm, T. Porter, Refd. Am., Augusta, Me. 
Dukelow, Howard B., Lic.-N. E.. Cando, N. D. 
Duncan, Chester R., Meth Lie, West Baldwin, Me. 
Duncan, Donald, Bapt., 500 Blk., E. Jackson St., 

Kokomo, Ind. 
Dimham, Charles O., Bapt., Grafton, Vt. 
Dunlop, Russell, U. B. Stud., Bonebrake Theol. 

Sem., Dayton 6, Ohio 
Dunwiddie, Lester, Lie-Mad., Mineral Point, Wis. 
Durand, James H., Meth., Orland, Ind. 
Durkee, Carl C, Lie-B. d- R. R., Dover, 111. 
Durost, Morley J., Bapt., Di.xfield, Me. 
Dry, Lawrence, Disc, Mitchell, Neb. 
DuVall, H. E., Meth., White River, S. D. 
Duven, William, Refd., Eddyville, Iowa 



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Duxbury, Charles Leslie, Disc, Belmond, Iowa 
Dyck, Daniel F., Mis. Ch. Assn. Lie. R. 2, Conti- 
nental, Ohio 

Eaton D. H., Lic.-Ib., R. 2, Box 8-B, New Iberia, 
La. 

Eaton, David S., Bapt., 2 Plymouth St., Carber, 
Mass. 

Eaton, Ellis F., Bapt. Lie, Warner, N. H. 

Edgar, John O., Ref. Presb., Lisbon, N. Y. 

Edwards, Miss Grace, Lic.-Chi., b7b7 University 
Ave., Chicago 37, 111. 

Eells, Alfred M., Presh., R.D. 4, Waterbury, Conn. 

Eichorn, John C, Meth., 5011 Main St., Bridge- 
port 14, Conn. 

Eielson, Eiel S., Nor. Dan., Gilbert Hill Road, North 
Haven, Conn. 

Eilertson, Edwin J., Lay., 243 20th Ave. S., Min- 
neapolis 4, Minn. 

Elbe, Oswald, Lic.-Ger., Look Hall, Yankton College, 
Yankton, S. D. 

Elford, Homer J. R., Meth., 1020 Reeves Drive, 
Grand Forks, N. D. 

Elleby, C. Edward, Indep., 319 W. Vine St., Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 

Eller, Jay V., Breth., R.D. 5, Wenatchee, Wash. 

EUer, Meredith F., Meth., Jewett City, Conn. 

Ellinger, Ru.ssell E., Lic.-Den., Eldon, Iowa 

Elliott, Elmore A., U. B., 2603 E. 14th St., Des 
Moines 16, Iowa 

Elliott, Franklin, Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 
Chicago 37, 111. 

Elliott, Nelson, Bapt. Lie, 33 Falcon St., East 
Boston 28, Ma.ss. 

Elz, Martin C, 367 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo 8, 
N. Y. 

Emery, Edward C, Washington, Vt. 

Emigholz, J. Wilson C, Cong., Platteville, Wis. 

Engle, John D., Bufallo Center, Iowa 

Eno, Glenn T., Bapt., Ellington, Conn. 

Erickson, Edward E., Lic.-D., Longville, Minn. 

Erickson, Glenn WilHam, Lic.-D., Box 452, Backus, 
Minn. 

Erickson, John A., Presb., Morristown, N. Y. 

Ericson, F. A., Sw. Mis. Gov., 65 Wachusett St., 
Worcester, Mass. 

Evans, Arthur H., Indep. Fund., 729 Poplar St., 
Coshocton, Ohio 

Evans, Charles Edward, Presb., P.O. Box 65, Sati- 
coy, Cal. 

Evans, Charles H., Presb., Vermontville, Mich. 

Evans, Edgar J., Meth., 5080 Maywood Ave., Los 
Angeles 41, Cal. 

Fairchild, Lawrence W., Lic.-Es. S., 34 Divinity 

Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 
Fales, Alexander S., Lic.-B. V., Doane College, 

Crete, Neb. 
Farrell, W. C, Lic.-W. N. C, So., Sanford, N. C. 
Fancher, Mrs. Emma, Lay., Gettysburg, Ohio 
Farrington, David H., Lic.-M., New Brighton, 

Minn. 
Felible, John, Lic.-W., Kan. & Chi., 5757 Univer- 
sity Ave., Chicago 37, 111. 
FeUows, Victor G., Meth., Altmar, N. Y. 
Fenner, Melvin R., Lic.-Y., Ballantine, Mont. 
Ferner, H. Ross, Disc, R.R. 3, Portland, Ind. 
Ferner, Mrs. Bernice, Stvd., 2105 Waldemere Ave., 

Muncie, Ind. 
Ferrell, Earl, Lic.-W. N. C, So., Elon College, N. C. 
Ferwerda, Floris, Presb., 15 Linden Ave., Pelham, 

N. Y. 
Field, R. L., Lic.-C, East Tallassee, Ala. 
Filher, Wilfred J., Meth., Orleans, Vt. 
Finch, Gomer W., Meth., New Richmond, Wis. 
Finlay, George G., Meth., Bethlehem, Conn. 
Finley, Harold, Lic.-A., Angola, Ind. 
Finn, Edward A., Presb., Arpin, Wis. 
Fisher, R. B., Medina, Ohio 
Fisk, Mrs. Marion Ballou, Lic.-CL, Ohio, Stuart, 

Fla. 
Flaig, Hugo, Lic.-Y., Wakonda, S. D. 
FUess, WilUam Maynard, Lay., Southbury, Conn. 
FUnkman, Miss Ester A., Lay., 859 42nd St., Apt. 

4F, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Floge, William C, Jr., Presb. Lie, Georgetown, 

Conn. 
Flood, Marion Edna, Lie-P., 28 Union St., Brewer, 

Me. 
Flora, George R., Luth., Wisconsin Dells, Wis. 
Flovd, James, Meth. Lie, 429 E. Third St., Green- 
ville, Ohio 
Fluck, William H., Mor., Newfane. Vt. 
Flying By, Moses, Lay., Little Eagle, S. D. 
Folden, Edward V., Nor-Dan. Ev. Free, 26 Bonad 

Rd., West Roxbury, Mass. 
Ford, Richard L., Meth., Oswego, 111. 
Foster, Miss Naomi, Lic.-H. E., 55 Elizabeth St., 

Hartford 5, Conn. 
Foust, Selma, Lie-N. W. Cong., R. 1, Haw River, 

N. C. 
Fowler, George P., Disc, 319 Humphrey St., New 

Haven 11, Conn. 
Fox, Grace E., Lic.-S. W., Huntley, Neb. 
Frank, Hilda Rosemary, Lic.-S. W ., 70 Chase St., 

Newton Center 59, Mass. 
Franseschi, Domingo, U. B., Salinas, P. R. 
Eraser, Anderson, Bapt. Lie, 134 Jewett St., Prov- 
idence 8, R. I. 
Eraser, Gordon H., Plym., Breth., R. 1, Forest 

Grove, Ore. 
Fravel, Herschel, Indep. Fund., Grass Valley, Cal. 
Frazier, Frederick, Lic.-D., S. D., Niobrara, Neb. 
Frederick, A. E., Meth., 517 E. Franklin St., Sparta, 

Wis. 
Freeman, Frederick P., Bapt., Becket, Mass. 
Freer, David, Presb., Schultzville, N. Y. 
French, J. PhiUp, Lic.-U., Pitcher, N. Y. 
Friar, Glen D., Lay.-Stud., R.R. 1, Farmland, Ind. 
Fuhr, Thom, Presb., 600 W. 122nd St., New York 

27, N. Y. 
Fuhrmann, Paul T., Lic.-R. R., Warroad, Minn. 
Fulcomer, G. M. W., Presb., Wabeno, Wis. 
Fuqua, Clarence, Disc, 330 Conner St., New Haven 

11, Conn. 
Furman, Charles E., Meth., Lake Grove, N. Y. 
Fyllings, Clifford H., Lic.-C, Bryant, S. D. 

Gable, Leslie E., Ev., Seibert, Colo. 
Gade, Ralph M., Lay., 6804 Knox Ave. S., Min- 
neapolis 9, Minn. 
Gaisford, Albert A., Bapt., Limington, Me. 
Gallo, John, Lic.-W., 1932 La Cross St., Swissvale, 

Pa. 
Gambriell, Charles D., Meth., Chapman, Kan. 
Gamson, Joseph, Meth. Lie, Westport, Mass. 
Gannett, Jay K., Disc, Newport, N. Y. 
Gant, W. M., Lie-Lincoln Chr., Glen Raven, N. C. 
Garabedian, B. M., Cong., R. 1, Box 139, Sanger, 

Cal. 
Garcia, George, Lie-Bay., 1798 Scenic Ave., Ber- 
keley 4, Cal. 
Gardner, George, Lay., 35 W. Elm Ave., WoUaston, 

Mass. 
Garland, Leslie L., Lic-R. H. & S., Warfordsburg, 

Pa. 
Gates, Edward D., Lie-Bay, 1798 Scenic Ave., 

Berkeley 4, Cal. 
Genszler, G. William, U. L. C. A., Killdeer, N. D. 
George, A. H., Presb., Johnson C. Smith University, 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Gess, Myron L., Lie-G. R., Clarksville, Mich. 
Gettemy, James, Lay., Garden City Community 

Ch., Garden City, N. Y. 
Gibbs, Mrs. Millie, Lic.-E.. P.O. Box 97, Flagler, 

Colo. 
Gieselmann, Roy W., E. .t R., 943 E. 72nd St., 

Cleveland 3, Ohio 
Gifford, Clarence F., Bapt., 00 S. Main St., Assonet, 

Mass. 
Gilbert, Roger D., Lic.-S. E.. Steele, N. D. 
Gile, Madehne, Lie-Con f., Sandy, Utah 
Gile, Willard, Bapt., West Minot, Me. 
Gilmore, John, Lay. Stud., Stonington, Me. 
Gishler, Abel, Ev., R.D. 1, Marietta, N. Y. 
Gobourne, Charles A., Lie-Afro. Chr., 101 W. 131st 

St., New York 27, N. Y. 
Goddard, Barton L., Presb., Carlisle, Mass. 
Goetzz, Carl Ernest, Bapt., Alma, Mich. 
Gonder, Royal K., Bapt., Koloa. Kauai. T. H. 



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323 



Gonigam, Cyrus, Disc, 109 Oliver St., Maiden, 

Mass. 
Gordon, John M., Bapt., Saxtons River, Vt. 
Gould, Ralph E., Bapt., R.D. 2, Berkshire, N. Y. 
Gove, Charles William, Lie, Box 420, Palestine, 

Texas 
Graham, Virden R., Bapt., Burnettsville, Ind. 
Grant, Ernest C, Lic.-Chi., blbl University Ave., 

Chicago 37, 111. 
Gray, Adrian, Lic.-Wah., Oakland, 111. 
Gray, CharUe, Lic.-So. Conv., Apex, N. C. 
Gray, William D., Presb., Portland, Mich. 
Green, Arthur J., Bapt., Shutesbury, Mass. 
Green, Mrs. Ina Henion, Appro.-N. J., 829 Porter 

St., Easton, Pa. 
Green, Roger P., Lic.-C, Badger, S. D. 
Greene, Albert F., Disc, Auburn, Mass. 
Greer, James E., Meth., Little Compton, R. I. 
Gregory, Lillian S., Lic.-Conf., Westfield, Vt. 
Grimshaw, Ivan G., Presb., R.F.D. 1, North Wil- 

braham, Mass. 
Grove, Jacob, Lic.-Ont., Stouffville, Ont., Can. 

Haas, Ray De P., Naz., West Suffield, Conn. 
Hackett, William D., Bapt. Lie, Franconia, N. H. 
Hagquist, WiUiam, Ev. Mis. Cov., 160-32 121 Ave., 

Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 
Hall, W. Walter, Lic.-N. C. A Va., So., Graham, 

N. C. 
Hall, Warren D., Cong., Mt. Vernon, N. H. 
Hallauer, Gerald G., Lic.-P. R., R.D. 1, Claridon, 

Ohio 
Halton, John J., Lie-Afro. Chr., 1119 Ward Ave., 

Bronx, N. Y. 
Hammond, S. L., Presb., Marshall, Minn. 
Hamrin, C. N., Meth., R.F.D., Excelsior, Minn. 
Hancock, John L., Lic.-W., Tippecanoe, Ind. 
Hancock, Lambreth, Disc, Ramona, Cal. 
Handy, Wilham S., Meth., Paullina, Iowa 
Hanover, Fred, Lie-Bay., 1798 Scenic Ave., Ber- 
keley 4, Cal. 
Hanson, Sigfried V., Siv. Mis. Cov., 43 Grove St., 

Stamford, Conn. 
Hare, Howard, Meth., Suncook, N. H. 
Harkness, Samuel, Presb., 725 Pine St., Winnetka, 

111. 
Harmon, A. D., Disc, Cable, Wis. 
Harnish, Amos K., Indep. Fund., R.F.D. 1, Randall, 

N. Y. 
Harrell, Vivian B., Jr., Lic.-E. Va., So., Elon College, 

N. C. 
Harris, C. Lyle, Lic.-L. A., 3010 Hermosa Ave., 

Hermosa Beach, Cal. 
Harris, F. L., Meth., Fairfield, Neb. 
Harris, Frank E., Meth., Medical Lake, Wash. 
Harris, Joseph Barnett, Lay., 1312 N. Glenoaks 

Blvd., Burbank, Cal. 
Harris, Wallace H., Lie. -York, York Beach, Me. 
Harris, Wilham, Bapt., Center St., North Dighton, 

Mass. 
Hartman, Doris, Meth., Waterville, Vt. 
Hartman, Justin, Meth., R.D. 1, Gaylordsville, 
» Conn. 
Harvey, Clarence W., Lic-S. N., 81 St. Stephens 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Harvey, George F., Bapt., 4443 Clifton Rd., Balti- 
more 16, Md. 
Harvey, James E., Bapt. Lie, 1100 S. Goodman St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Harvey, Will C, Univ., Bethel, Vt. 
Harvison, Laurence W., Presb., 15425 Lexington 

Ave., Harvey, 111. 
Harwood, Robert, Lay., Andover Newton Theol. 

Sch., Newton Center 59, Mass. 
Haseldon, WilUam R., Meth., Cloverdale, Cal. 
Hass, Charles F., Lie-P., Me., Hampstead, N. H. 
Hastie, Miss Helen B., Lie-N., WiUow Lake, S. D. 
Hatch, John S., Lic.-Chi., Hazel Park Church, St. 

Paul, Minn. 
Haupt, Walter H., Lie-E. P. Con}., 317 Ludford 

St., Ludlow, Ky. 
Havice, Charles W.', Meth., 173 Goden St., Belmont, 

Mass. 
Hawkins, James, Lay. Stud., W. Brooksville, Me. 
Hawley, Guy W., Meth., R.D. 7, Kalamazoo, Mich. 



Hayden, Henry, Lie-Bay., 1798 Scenic Ave., Ber- 
keley 4, Cal. 

Hayes, Cameron Douglass, Lic-B. V ., Clarks, Neb. 

Hayes, Edward Henry, Bapt., Chocorua, N. H. 

Hayes, Horace H., 142 Smith St., Lowell, Mass. 

Haynes, Richard H., Stud., East Canaan, Conn. 

Haywood, Harvey, Lic.-N. C. Cong., 305 Bragg St., 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Heaton, Loren G., Meth.. Bristol, Vt. 

Heck, Henry W., Luth., R.D. 1, Greenwich, Conn. 

Hedgley, David R., Bapt., Florida A. & M. College, 
Tallahassee, Fla. 

Heineman, Charles P., Lic-H., Conn., Pleasant 
Hill, Tenn. 

Held, David M., Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 
Chicago 37, 111. 

Held, Roy W., Lic.-N. C, Rockwell, Iowa 

Hempstead, Carl W., Jr., Lie-D. M., U. S. Army. 

Henderson, Charles H., Presb., Baldwin, Wis. 

Henderson, James, Lay., 119 W. Lawrence St., 
Springfield, 111. 

Henderson, Theodore C, Presb:, 115 Lincoln Drive, 
Ventura, Cal. 

Hepler, OrviUe M., Lic.-Chi., 2969 S. Vernon Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

Herald, Samuel, Lic-D., Wood, S. D. 

Hett, Wilham R., Ev., Webster, Wis. 

Hewitt, Percival, Meth., Albany, Vt. 

Heyworth, Arthur, Lay., Bangor Theological Semi- 
nary, Bangor, Me. 

Hile, Frederick T., Lie-D., Gaylord, Minn. 

Hines, Donald D., U. B. Lie, Gresham, Neb. 

Hinzniann, Walter T., Episc, Windham, Ohio 

Hirtle, Ralph L., Meth. Dea., Epping, N. H. 

Hobfon, O. O., Ryan, Iowa 

Hocking, Sidney, Appro.-N. J., 55 Lincoln Ave., 
Brooklyn 8, N. Y. 

Hoffman, John A., Meth., Ralston, Wash. 

Hoffsommer, Marion S., Cong., Alma, Neb. 

Holcomb, Mrs. Fern, Lic.-E., Ind., R.R. 2, Lewis- 
burg, Ohio 

Holden, Rolhn B., Bapt., Wallulu, Wash. 

HoUey, W. Uptegrove, Presb., 104 S. Magnoha St., 
Hammond, Iowa 

HoUister, George, Ohio Wesleyan University, Dela- 
ware, Ohio 

HoUoway, Curtis, Lic.-N. C. Chr. 

Hood, Howard E., Fund., Hinsdale, N. H. 

Hoomalu, John, Lic-M., Puunene, T. H. 

Hooten, George M., Jr., Lic.-WaL, Freedom, Me. 

Horsman, Ruth M., Stud., South Hero, Vt. 

Horton, Mrs. Ethel V., Lie-N. C. Cong., Haw 
Branch Church, Carbonton, N. C. 

Hotchkiss, Wesley A., Lic.-E. C, Owen, Wis. 

HotelHng, Robert D., Bapt., River Road, Rush, 
N. Y. 

House, Eugene E., Presb., 47 Claremont Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 

Howell, Harold N., Lay., ClayviUe, N. Y. 

Howes, George H., Univ., Northfield, Vt. 

Howland, Ivan J., Meth., P.O. Box 73, Homer, 
Ohio 

Howland, LesUe W., Stud., Unity, Me. 

Howlett, John F., Lie-Y., Mont., 319 W. Sumner 
St., Streator, 111. 

Hubbard, Edwin A., N. Bapt., Hartwiok, N. Y. 

Huber, Chfford L., E. <t «., Beulah, N. D. 

Huber, L. E., Lic.-E. Va., So., Belgian Congo, 
Africa 

Huffman, Francis, Lie-M. R., R.R., Poneto, Ind. 

Hughes, E. L., Presb., 3321 Montgomery Ave., 
Detroit 6, Mich. 

Hughes, John R., Lic.-N. E., Pren Mawr, DaUas, 
Pa. 

Hull, Charles Daniel, Bapt., Main St., Richford, 
N. Y. 

Hummon, Serge F., Lic.-J ., 210 Seward St., Hud- 
son, Mich. 

Hunsinger, Homer, Lic-M. R., Greentown, Ind. 

Hunter, Stuart M., Presb., Northfield, Minn. 

Huntley, William W., Lic-T. C, 1215 H Nicolett 
Ave., Minneapolis 4, Minn. 

Huntress, C. Robert, Chr., Corinna, Me. 

Hupp, Charles J., Presb., South Solon, Ohio 

Hutchinson, Thomas J., Meth., Milton, Vt. 



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Hutslar, C. Frederick, Jr., Disc. R.D. 1, Minooka, 

111. 
Hutson, La Verl, Lic.-Wab., Hidalgo, 111. 
Hutton, Glen W., Disc, R. 5, Yakima, Wash. 

Illingvvorth, Robert S., Lic-Wor. C, Clark Univ., 

Worcester, Mass. 
Immel, Ivan D., E. & R. Lie, Ivoryton, Conn. 
Irving, FrankUn W., Bapt., 2 Holden St., Maiden, 

Mass. 
Izumi, Hiroshi, Indep., 45-2-A, Rivers, Ariz. 

Jackson, A., Lic.-N. C. Chr., Raleigh, N. C. 
Jackson, Mary C. E., Lay., 82 Farragut Rd., 

Swampscott, Mass. 
Janis, Henry Theodore, Lay., Eagle Butte, S. D. 
Janssen, William, Presb., 208 Callender Ave., Peoria 

5, 111. 
Jefferson, George Lee, Indep., White Salmon, Wash. 
Jenkins, Frank E., Lic-Med., The Embassy, Ober- 

lin, Ohio 
J.enney, Ray F., Presb., 7000 Jeffery Ave., Chicago 
■ 49, 111. 
Jensen, George O., Lay., 117 Barber Ave., Rosedale 

Sta., Kansas City, Kan. 
Jent, Walter C, Presb., 532 Pompton Ave., Cedar 

Grove, N. J. 
Johnson, Arvid, Ev., Mis. Cov., 12205 Locke Ave., 

Cleveland 8, Ohio 
Johnson, Dallas Leonard, Lic-T. C, R.D. 12, 

Minneapolis 13, Minn. 
Johnson, Frank, Meth. Stud., 600 W. 122nd St., 

New York 27, N. Y. 
Johnson, J. Glover, Mt. Herman, Mass. 
Johnson, James P., Naz., 27 Trowbridge St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
Johnson, Joseph H., Lic.-D., Rosebud, S. D. 
Johnson, Lawrence G., Lic-Chi., blbl University 

Ave., Chicago 37, 111. 
Johnson, Lawrence O., Lic.-K., Bangor, Mich. 
Johnson, Olof C, Meth., Pittsfield, Vt. 
Johnson, Wesley, Bapt., Long Prairie, Minn. 
Johnston, G. Stephen, Bapt. Lie, Kittery, Me. 
Jones, Mrs. A. J., Lic.-N. C. Chr., Henderson, N. C. 
Jones, Keith M., Breth., 11 March St., Wethersfield 

9, Conn. 
Jones, Leroy, Lay., Redfield, S. D. 
Jones, Lewis A., Bapt., Box 34, Limerick, Me. 
Jones, R. Carlton, Lic.-H.. Holyoke, Mass. 
Jones, R. L., Presb., Yankton, S. D. 
Jones, Raymond F., Lay., 135 Terr. View Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 
Jones, Torrance Rinard, Lic-S. C, P.O. Box 219, 

Lawndale, Cal. 
Jordan, Orvis F., Disc, 810 Courtland Ave., Park 

Ridge, 111. 
Joy, Miss Adena, Lic-P., Oswego, Ore. 
Jud, Gerald J., Presb., 464 Campbell Ave., West 

Haven, Conn. 
Juell, Bertha Helen, Lic-S. W., Market & Canal 

Sts., Troy, Ohio 
Juntunen, T. Leonard, Lic.-P., 4121 N. Albina St., 

Portland 11, Ore. 
Jurgensen, William, Lic-C, Ree Heights, S. D. 

Kalaaupa, Mrs. Daisy, Lic-M., Huelo, T. H. 

Kallina, Emanuel J., Presb., 53 Utica St., CUnton, 
N. Y. 

Kamp, Wilbur W., Fr., North Weare, N. H. 

Kasto, James, Lic.-D., Dupree, S. D. 

Kawamorita, Eiji J., Presb. 

Keck, Mrs. Samuel W., Lic.-C, 1133 Wisconsin 
Ave. S. W., Huron, S. D. 

Keiser, Austin R., Menn., R.D., Everett, Ohio 

Keller, Paul J., Presb., 20 Middle St., South Dart- 
mouth, Mass. 

Kelley, Francis R., Stud., Eastport, Me. 

Kelley, Herbert G., Lic.-N. C, Britt, Iowa 

Kelley, Irwin, Presb., R.D. 2, Albion, N. Y. 

Kelly, Oliver Newton, Lic.-Conf., R. 1, Doerun, 
Ga. 

Kemble, Gordon B., Bapt., Wakarusa, Ind. 

Kemp, J. Wayland, Bapt. Lie, R. 3, Ashtabula, 
Ohio 

Kenderdine, Stanley F., Meth., Montour, Iowa 



Kenseth, Arnold M., Lie- A., Box 112, Ballard 
Vale, Mass. 

Kerr, Joseph, Presb., Mannsville, N. Y. 

Kessler, W. Reed, Lic.-D. M., Stuart, loWa 

Kiernan, Thomas L., Presb., Rootstown, Ohio 

Kikuchi, Kenji, Presb., 5757 University Ave., Chi- 
cago 37. 111. 

King, A. Clair, Bapt., R. 1, Ravenna, Ohio 

King, Everett R., Presb., Fairmont, Neb. 

King, Frank, Lic-O. T., 1826 N. Miro St., New 
Orleans 19, La. 

King, George S., Lay., R.D. 2, Brunswick, Me. 

King, Sidney D., Adv. Chr., Center St., Burlington, 
Mass. 

King, Stanley Hall, Lie- A.. Middleton, Mass. 

Klein, Ernst Emanuel, A'^. Bapt., Sawyer, N. D. 

Knaak, A. E., Free Meth., Hancock, Wis. 

Knight, Melford, Disc, Genesee, Ida. 

Knipe, W. C, Meth., Wayland, Ohio 

Knowles, Milford K., Lie- IF., R.R. 4, Attica, Ind. 

Knowles, Rex H., Presb., 225 Sheffield Ave., New 
Haven 11, Conn. 

Knox, Lewis A., Meth. Lie, R.D. 1, Middletown, 
Conn. 

Kracher, Francis W., Presb., 207 Seminary St., 
Dubuque, Iowa 

Krebs, Arthur H., Lic.-Y.. Yankton, S. D. 

Kuechmann, William F., Bapt. Lie, 1100 S. Good- 
man St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Kuhn, Harold B., Fr., 41 Wendell St., Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Kuntz, Paul Grimley, Lie-Barn., Dennis, Mass. 

Kuntz, Miss Wanda, Lic.-Conf., Kinder, La. 

Kuykendall, Mrs. Cecil, Lie-F., R. 2, Albion, 111. 

Kvetensky, Louis, Presb., 121 S. Fifth St., Du- 
e, Pa. 



LaCroix, Mrs. Charlotte, Lic-W., 107 Allegheny 
St., Tarentum, Pa. 

Lacy, Mrs. Inez, Lic-E., P.O. Box 38, Plenty- 
wood, Mont. 

Laib, Milton, Lie-E. V., Yankton College, Yank- 
ton, S. D. 

Lamond, Harrison, First Church, Stockbridge, Mass. 

Landerdahl, P. Elmer, Sw. Ev. Mis. Cov., 104 
Jefferson St., Warren, Pa. 

Lane, Oilman, Meth., Madison, Me. 

Lantz, Chesley S., Bapt., Newmarket, N. H. 

Larson, Walter F., Meth. Lie, 211 E. Eighth St., 
Harvey, N. D. 

Latimer, Charles O., Meth., Moretown, Vt. 

Laughton, James F., Bapt., 4905 Snyder Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawrence, Leland C, Lay., 496 Main St., Med- 
field, Mass. 

Layman, Arthur E., U. B., 3910 W. Third St., 
Dayton, Ohio 

Leach, Theo. MerriU, Bapt. Lie, 1100 S. Goodman 
St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Leaf, Curtis T., Lie-F. R., 1603 Argyle Rd., La 
Salle, 111. 

Leahy, Vern E., Lay., Kamehameha School, Hono- 
lulu, T. H. 

Lee, G. Avery, Bapt., 409 Prospect St., New Haven 
11, Conn. 

Leech, Henry E., Meth., Main St., Southbridge, 
Mass. 

Lehman, Delwin R., Lay. Stud., Northford, Conn. 

Leonard, James R., Ev., Aneta, N. D. 

Leonard, Richard Day, Meth., Lyndonville, Vt. 

Lester, Ernest W., Bapt., Old Town, Me. 

Leyh, W. J., Wes. Meth., Cresbard, S. D. 

Leyshorn, Mrs. D., Lay., 314 Synder Ave., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Leibeck, Henry F., Lay., 10 Holmes Ave., Water- 
bury 11, Conn. 

Lightbourne, James H., Jr., Lic.-N. C. <t- Va., So., 
U. S. Army 

Liljestrand, Alfred, Ev. Mis. Cov.. 1809 Fourth Ave., 
Watervliet, N. Y. 

Liming, C. L., Meth., Radcliffe, Iowa 

Lindh, Paul E., Ev. Mis. Cov. Lie, 169 Congress 
St., Milford, Mass. 

Lindley, Thomas F., Melh., Country Way, Scituate, 
Mass. 



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325 



Lindvig, Albert, Ev. Free, 824 N. Spruce St., Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. 
Lininger, Joseph, Lic.-A. V., 211 Lincoln Ave., 

Manitou Springs, Colo. 
Lipscomb, Edward W., Lic.-Gr., demons, Iowa 
Litchfield, L. L., Meth., Briggsville, Wis. 
Little Dog, Martin, Lay., Bullhead, S. D. 
Li\angston, Robert A. J., Stud., 82.3 Middle Ave., 

Elyria, Ohio. 
Locke, Kenneth R., Presb., Towanda, Kan. 
Loman, J. Harold, Pil. Hoi., Box l.^Denim Sta., 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Lombard, Wilham E., Bapt., South Freeport, Me. 
Long, David, Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, 111. 
Long, J. Fletcher, Meth., P.O. Box 184, Coupeville, 

Wash. 
Long Elk, Juhan, Lic.-D., Little Eagle, S. D. 
Longfeather, Samuel, Lie, Little Eagle, S. D. 
Lonie, Donald H., Bapt. Lie, Wheaton College, 

Wheaton, 111. 
Loocke, Carl H., Indep., Keystone, S. D. 
Looker, Everett, Lay., Young America, Ind. 
Lotee, Herbert Amos, Bapt., 42 Ontario St., Hone- 

oye Falls, N. Y. 
Lovell, John G., Presb., Chelmsford, Mass. 
Lovejoy, Thomas, Lay., Fort Yates, N. D. 
Lower, James M., Lic.-D. M., 1595 Eighth Ave., 

Marion, Iowa 
Lown, Wilford F., Disc, 1409 Anderson St., Man- 
hattan, Kan. 
Lowstuter, William J., Meth., Norfolk, Mass. 
Ludlow, WiUiam L., Presb., 160 W. High St., New 

Concord, Ohio. 
Lum Ho, Mrs. Mileka, Lic.-M., Paia, Maui, T. H. 
Lund, Clayton, Stud., Andover Newton Theol. 

Sch., Newton Center 59, Mass. 
Lyman, Helen Dearborn, Lic.-S. S., Mass., 350 

Congress Ave., New Haven, Conn. 
Lynn, R. O. L., Luth., Minter & Tremont St., 

Selma, Ala. 

MacArthur, Kenneth CauldweU, Bapt., Army Chap- 
lain 

MacDonald, Gordon G., Bapt., Box 323, Pigeon 
Cove, Mass. 

MacDonald, Laughlin D., U. C. C, 574 Main St., 
Lynnfield Center, Mass. 

MacDuffie, Malcolm, Lic.-H., 559 Roanoke Ave., 
Ellsworth, Me. 

MacLeod, Robert J., Lic.-Mer., 55 Loudon Rd., 
Concord, N. H. 

MacNeil, John Whitney, Lic.-Cum., Loring Ave., 
Auburn, Me. 

Madison, Edward, Lic.-O. T., Chacahoula, La. 

Madson, E. R., Lic.-E. W. S: N. Ida., Harrington, 
W'ash. 

Magoun, Herbert W., Lic.-S. N., 89 Hillcrest, 
Belmont, Mass. 

Mahood, Leland, Lic.-San. C, 40 Center St., Santa 
Cruz, Cal. 

Maki, Allan, Stud., 53 West St., Quincy, Mass. 

Maleon, Harry, U. B., W'aldron, JNIich. 

Manners, Roger E., Lic.-C, 409 Prospect St., New- 
Haven 11, Conn. 

Manning, Edward Lee, Lic.-H., Deer Isle, Me. 

Manning, Herbert E., Stud., Lacon, 111. 

Manross, Lawrence N., Stud., Wayne, 111. 

Manson, Douglas, Bapt., Groton, N. Y. 

Markel, E. Richard, Indep., 978 W. Wooster Rd., 
Barberton, Ohio. 

Marker, George C, Lic.-N., 321 Hamilton St., 
Geneva, 111. 

Marr, Robert B., Lay., Andover Newton Theol., 
Sell., Newton Center .59, Mass. 

Marsh, Thomas H., Lic.-Chi., Gurnee, 111. 

Marston, Robert E., Meth. Lie, Chester, N. J. 

Martin, Charles F., Lic.-Gr., Hartwick, Iowa 

Martin, David L., Meth., 15 Rosedale St., Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Martin, L. H., Cong., 1010 Liberty St., Dallas 1, 
Texas 

Martin, Robert, Lic.-Chr., 44 W. Third St., Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 

Martin, Wilham A., Lic.-E., Lineville, Ala. 

Martinson, Einar M., Lic.-T. C, Bayport, Minn. 



Marvin, R. D., Indep. Bapt., Sprague, Wash. 
Marx, Lewis G., E. <«•. R., Harvard, Neb. 
Massie, Thomas L., Cqng., R.D. 2, Old Lyme, Conn. 
Mathews, Joseph P., Bapt. Lie, 1011 E. Park Ave., 

Redlands, Cal. 
Matthews, Alden E., Lic.-Chi., 5757 .University 

Ave., Chicago 37, 111. 
Matthews, C. S., Chr. Mis. AIL, Owen, Wis. 
Matthews, Faust A., Disc. Drummond, Okla. 
Matthews, Palmer E., Meth. Lie, Monroe Center, 

111. 
Mattingly, John, Indep., R.D., Olivet, Mich. 
Mauch, Edward, Lay., Greenway, S. D. 
Maunder, Leonard H., Lie-L. S., Mich., Seward, 

111. 
Mayne, Kathryn V. L., Lic.-C. N., R.D., Vermilion, 

Ohio 
McArthur, Charles Melvin, Bapt., 149 Bilhngs St., 

North Quincy, Mass. 
McCaUer, G. W., Lie-Line Chr., R. 1, Elon College, 

N. C. 
McClain, James N., Chr., 3004 Pearl St., Anderson, 

Ind. 
McCord, John Harold, Lic.-C. B., Dunlap, Iowa 
McCoy, Noah E., Bapt., Jamestown, N. D. 
McCune, Newell A., Meth., 504 Abbott Rd., East 

Lansing, Mich. 
McDowell, Maurice H., Lie-Sp., Eden Seminary, 

Webster Groves, Mo. 
McGee, John Paul, Lic.-E. S., Andover Newton 

Theol. Sch., Newton Center 59, Mass. 
McGuire, O'Linn, Jr., Bapt., 722 York Ave., York, 

Neb. 
Mclntire, H. B. Lay., 2524 Territorial Rd., St. 

Paul 4, Minn. 
McKendry, Merton B., Bapt., Northeast Harbor, 

Me. 
McKinley, Alan R. Presb., 40 Park St., Adams, 

Mass. 
McKinney, Howard W., Fr., R.D. 1, Unionville, 

Conn. 
McLaughlin, Venard S., Lic.-Dav., 156 N. Oak Park 

Ave., Oak Park, 111. 
McLean, Charles W., Epise, Riverhead, N. Y. 
McLucas, John M., Meth., 131 Unadilla St., Pinck- 

ney, Mich. 
McMains, J. M., Presb., 554 Veronica Ave., East 

St. Louis, 111. 
McMurdo, Adam, Lay., Emerson, N. J. 
McNeU, J. Ralph, Meth., 745 Second St., Carring- 

ton, N. D. 
Meckel, Myron E., Lic.-Chi., 3402 Halsted St., 

Steger, 111. 
Mengering, C. G. H., Luth., R.D. 1, Hudson, N. Y. 
Meredith, Mrs. AUce L., Meth. Lie, Yelm, Wash. 
Merrigan, Arthur C, Free Meth., Miller, S. D. 
Merrill, H. C, Bapt., 1650 Ford St., Redlands, Cal. 
Messersmith, Lauren H., Lic.-Chi., R.D., Lake 

Villa, 111. 
Metsker, Mrs. Nellie E., Lay., R.R. 2, Losantville, 

Ind. 
Meyer, Mrs. Jane, Lic.-E., The Manse, Baker, Mont. 
Mielke, Arthur, Presb., 42 Highland Ave., Middle- 
town, N. Y. 
Mikesell, Wilham Henry, Lic.-D., 1604 Arapahoe 

St., Denver 2, Colo. 
Miller, B. P., F. M. A., 624 Mildred Ave., Fort 

Wayne, Ind. 
Miller, Henry C, Bapt., 806 Hardin Ave., Aurora, 

111. 
Miller, John H., Lic.-P., Newport, Me. 
Miller, Ralph J., Presb. Stud., Winchester Center, 

Conn. 
Miller, Robert H., Breth., 606 E. Ninth St., North 

Manchester, Ind. 
Miller, Mrs. Ruth Richards, Lic.-Wo., 66 Hancock 

St., Stoneham, Mass. 
Miller, Thomas B., Meth., Searsport, Me. 
Miller, William O., Ref'd. U. S., 1466 Austin Lake, 

R.D. 6, Kalamazoo 88, Mich. 
MiUigan, Charles Wilham, Lic.-S. W., 615 N. Woo- 
ster St., Strasburg, Ohio. 
Milliken, Gerald, Meth., Monmouth, Me. 
Mills, Fred A., Presb., Redding, Conn. 
Mishey, Mrs. Sadie, Lic.-Cl., 699 Eddy Rd., Cleve- 
land 8, Ohio 



326 



Year Book, Congregational Christian Churches 



[1943 



Mitchell, Lawrance J., Presb., Chaplain, U. S. 

Army 
Moehling, Henry, Jr., Un. Luth., 508 Mercer Rd., 

Merion Park, Merion, Pa. 
Moncrief, Crawford, Lay., Knoxville, Ga. 
Montgomery, Charles, Lic.-Ont., Stouffville, Ont., 

Canada 
Moon, Robert W., Meth. Lie, 31 Wood St., Wood- 

ville, Mass. 
Moore, John W., Bapt., 940 N. Broadway, Haver- 
hill, Mass. 
Moore, Paul L., Disc, North St., Garrettsville, 

Ohio 
Moore, Robert S., Meth., Montgomery Center, Vt. 
Moore, Rutherford H., Meth., South Royalton, Vt. 
Moore, Stanley C, Meth. Lie, South Royalton, Vt. 
Morgan, Shannon, Lic.-W. N. C, So., Elon College, 

N. C. 
Morris, John B., Bapt., The Embassy, Oberlin, 

Ohio 
Morris, Robert G., Lic.-Ar., Island Falls, Me. 
Morrison, D. L., Lic.-Linc. Chr., Franklin ville, 

N. C. 
Morse, Leon, Meth., North Thetford, Vt. 
Morse, Valton V., Lic.-K., R.F.D. 2, Brewer, Me. 
Moseson, Rollyn, Presb., 210 E. Jackson St., Mor- 
ris, 111. 
Mott, Manley, Lic.-N., 19 N. Belfry St., Council 

Grove, Kan. 
Muder, Milton E., Unit., Danbury, N. H. 
Mudge, Baden P., Meth., Bridgeport, N. Y. 
Mullen, Mary, Stud., 40 Evans Way, Boston 15, 

Mass. 
Mullen, Matthew, Meth., White Cloud, Mich. 
Munro, Harry C, Disc, R.F.D. 2, Lockport, 111. 
Munsey, John V., Lic.-S. \V., Glen Ullin, N. D. 
Murdoch, Elmer H., Presb., 176 Robin.son St., 

Pawtucket, R. I. 
Murray, Susan, Lic.-N. W., Elbowoods, N. D. 
Murphy, Calvin, 2700 Glenway Ave., Cincinnati, 

Ohio 

Nangle, William A., Lay., 1535 E. Le Grande Ave., 

Indianapolis 3, Ind. 
Nargesian, Haig, Lic.-M. M., Natick, Mass. 
Nash, Durant D., Lic.-E. Va., So., Box 791, Hope- 
well, Va. 
Needham, Harold K., Assem. of God, Big Bear 

Lake, Cal. 
Nelson, Alfred E., Presb., 905 Grove Ave., Corning, 

Iowa 
Nelson, David S., Bapt., Greentown, Ind. 
Nelson, Edward, Evang. Free, 924 Loomis Ave., 

Des Moines, Iowa 
Nelson, John E., Lay., R.D. 1, Portsmouth, N. H. 
Nelson, L. Edward, Siv. Mis. Cov., 21 Jacob St., 

Maiden, Mass. 
Nelson, Lawrence, Presb., Bellevue, Iowa 
Nelson, Merrill R., Presb., Otisville, N. Y. 
Nelson, Oscar W., Sw. Mis. Cov., 163 Pleasant St., 

Orange, Mass. 
Nelson, Wesley P., Lic.-F., Wilton, Me. 
Nesmith, Newton H., Meth., Poplar Grove, 111. 
Neubert, John R., Bapt., 1100 S. Goodman St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Newman, Walter T., Sw. Mis. Cov., Army Chaplain 
Newton, Clifford D., Univ., Stowe, Vt. 
Nicholas, Robert E., Presb., Roscommon, Mich. 
Nichols, William A., P. E., Middletown Springs, Vt. 
Nickerson, Emery H., Bapt., Cabot, Vt. 
Nield, Edward L., Bapt., Scotland, Conn. 
Nielson, Niels, Breth. Lie, Yale Divinity Sch., New 

Haven 11, Conn. 
Nieves, Antonia, Lic.-Conf., Rio Blanco, P. R. 
Nissen, Carl A., Bapt., 656 Morning St., Worthing- 

ton, Ohio 
Nolte, Ernest F., E. <i-. R., Kingfisher, Okla. 
Noon, Robert K., Lic.-M. M., Jackman, Me. 
Noren, Loren, Bapt., 485 Columbus Ave., Boston 18, 

Mass. 
Norman, Eric, Lay Sttid., 288 Union St., Bangor, Me. 
Norris, John W., Bapt., Machias, N. Y. 
Norskog, Paul R., Lic.-N. E., St. Ambrose College, 

Dubuque, Iowa 
North, R. Johnson, 60 Loring St., Lowell, Mass. 



Norton, Arthur M., Bapt. Stud., 34 M St., Haverhill, 
Mass. 

Norvell, Philip H., Disc, 39 Winter St., Nahant, 
Mass. 

Notson, Charles, Chr. Mis. AIL, Tonasket, Wash. 

Novda, George M., Meth., Stanton, Mich. 

Nowlan, Ivan S., Bapt., Medway, Mass. 

Nye, Kenneth B., Lic-W. S., Webster, Mass. 

Nye, Roland, Lic.-Mer., Meredith, N. H. 

Nyman, Nelville Mansfield, Lic.-S. N., The Parson- 
age, East Barrington, N. H. 

Oakes, Donald T., Lic-G. 0., Hanover, N. H. 
Ockenga, Harold John, Presb., 100 Clairmont Rd., 

Belmont, Mass. 
OdeU, Charles N., Disc, 222 N. Eighth, Weather- 
ford, Okla. 
Odens, Arthur, Lay., Cambria, Minn. 
Ohlson, Thure H., Sw. Mis. Cov., 19 Haig Ave., 

Bristol, Conn. 
Olbrich, Stuart W., Lay., 2003 N. Meridian St., 

Indianapolis 2, Ind. 
Old, Thomas C, Meth., Walworth, Wis. 
Olney, Clare E., Lic.-Gr., Newburg, Iowa 
Olsen, Arnold, Meth. Lie, 72 Mt. Vernon St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Olson, Charles E., Meth., Pittsville, Wis. 
Olson, Emerald L., Lic.-N., 116 E. Washington St., 

West Chicago, 111. 
Olson, Mrs. Raymond, Lic.-W., Dodge City, Kan. 
O'Neal, Ernest E., Jr., Meth., 99 Sherman St., 

Hartford 5, Conn. 
Opie, Charles Wesley, 330 11th St., Bakersfield, Cal. 
Opp, (Reinhold) Richard, Lie-Ger., Yankton, S. D. 
Oren, Burley A., Stud., R.R. 1, Parker, Ind. 
Oren, Thurman, Stud., R.R. 1, Farmland, Ind. 
Orr, Franklin, Lic.-N., R.R., Albion, Ind. 
Orr, Fred, Lic.-N., Taylor University, Upland, Ind. 
Osborn, Donald L., Bapt., West Townshend, Vt. 
Osborne, Walter C, Bapt., Frankfort, Mich. 
Osgood, William C, Bapt., Turner, Me. 
Oshita, Yasuo, Meth., 42-2-B, Rivers, Ariz. 
Ost, Elmer H., Lay., 30 Underbill St., Tuckahoe, 

N. Y. 
Ostberg, Karl W., Sw. Ev. Mis. Cov., Hanover, Conn. 
Ota, Tosuke, Presb., 243 W. First South St., Salt 

Lake City, Utah 

Palangio, John Roland, Lie-Den., 2323 E. Evans 
Ave., Denver 10, Colo. 

Palmer, Norma P., Lic.-Ar., Blaine, Me. j 

Palmer, Richard C, Presb., P.O. Box 194, Tomb- 
stone, Ariz. 

Palmgren, Gerhard W., Ev. Mis. Cov., 990 E. 181st 
St., New York (iO, N. Y. 

Papajian, Sarkis, E. i?-. R., Fowler, Cal. 

Parish, John F., Meth., Monticello, Minn. 

Parry, Maldwyn Vaughan, Lic-IL, Blue Hill, Me. 

Parsons, T. Dudley, Lic.-S., 1925 Hughitt Ave., 
Superior, Wis. ■' 

Paterson, William Brown, Presb., Lawrence, Mich. 

Pattison, Robert B., Bapt., Maple Drive, Briarcliff ' 
Manor, N. Y. .i 

Payne, Clem H., Lic.-S. K'., Venango, Neb. t 

Pearson, Phillips, Episc, 9 Eaton St., Norwich, J, 
N. Y. I 

Peeples, Charley L., Bapt. Stud., Andover Newton jj 
Theol. Sch., Newton Center 59, Mass. \ 

Pena, Santiago, Lic.-Conf., Bo. Aruz, Fortuna, P. R. 

Pepper, Clayton A., Bapt., Westport, N. Y. 

Pera, Richard G., Lic.-C, South Cong. Church, ; 
New Britain, Conn. ; 

Perkins, Ciiester, Lic.-W., 2300 N. First St., El- 
wood, Ind. 

Perrv, Edward Walton, Presb., P.O. 478, Sonoma, 
Cal. 

Peters, Claude L., Bapt., 97-15 94th St., Ozone ; 
Park, N. Y. 

Peters, Fred E., Lie-Wash., 202 Washington St. E., 
Box 112, Charleston 1, W. Va. 

Peterson, Paul J., Sw. Mis. Cov. Lie, 170 Fair\-iew 
Ave., Naugatuck, Conn. 

Peterson, Richard, Lay., U. S. Army 

Philbrook, Wayne, Lay., Segreganset, Mass. 

Phillips, George H., Meth. Lie, P.O. Box 3, Rens- 
selaer Falls, N. Y. 



1943] Pastors Not Members Cong'l Chr. Assns. and Licentiates 327 



Phillips, John, Bapt., Iberia, Mo. 

Phillips, Osterhout, Indep. Fund., 21 Clinton Ave., 

Kingston, N. Y. 
Philo, Harry E., Lic.-B., 150 N. Catlin St., Egerton, 

Wis. 
Pierce, Howard D., Bapt., North Woodstock, Conn. 
PUlsbury, Leonard H., Bapt., Thompson, Conn. 
Pitkin, Walter G., Prexb., Howe, Ind. 
Pitt, David A., Bapt., Woodstock, Conn. 
Piatt, Howard A., R. 2, Pierpont, Ohio. 
Polhemus, George, Appro.-N. J., C.P.S. Camp, 

Petersham, Mass. 
Pollard, Luther, Univ., Plymouth, N. H. 
Pomeroy, Charles Marquis, Bapt. Lie, Latta Rd., 

R.D. 2, Hilton, N. Y. 
Pontier, Raymond J., Refd. 
Pope, W. E., Lay., Sherburn, Minn. 
Porter, Maurice H., Meth., Lunenburg, Vt. 
Powell, John Walker, Meth., 1308 14th Ave. S.E., 

Minneapolis 14, Minn. 
Powell, Lewis N., Bapt., Morrisville, N. Y. 
Powell, S. Grover, Jr. Stud., East Taunton, Mass. 
Powers, John E., Jr., Dudley, N. C. 
Prather, D. B. S., Meth., 100 S. First St., Council 

Bluffs, Iowa 
Presnall, Lewis F., Lie-Cent., 108 Blaine Ave., 

Galesburg, 111. 
Press, Donald O., Lic.-E. S., Mass. 
Preusse, Miss Edith, Lic.-T., Ellington, Conn. 
Price, E. Bruce, Bapt., Ashburnham, Mass. 
Price, Hampton E., Bap<.,8Esty St., Ashland, Mass. 
Primrose, Will F., U. B. Lie, Bonebrake Seminary, 

Dayton 6, Ohio 
Pritchard, John M., Cazenovia, N. Y. 
Proctor, C. W., Meth., Gravity, Iowa 
Pruitt, Paul F., Lie-Wash., 4849 S. K St., Tacoma, 

Wash. 
Pruitt, Robert T., Lie-W., Almira, Wash. 
Pueschel, Bruno E., Lie-S. S., 260 Huntington 

Ave., Hyde Park, Mass. 

Quick, Joseph F., U. B., Box 244, Ansonia, Ohio 

Rackliff, Kent R., Lay., R.D. 1, Farmington, Me. 
Raemaker, Samuel, E. tt. R., Spencerville, Ohio 
Railsback, David H., Bapt., Greenville, N. H. 
Ramirez-Lugo, Evaristo, U. B., Yabucoa, P. R. 
Ramsey, Martin E. H., Ev. Free, Clear Lake, Wash. 
Rand, Miss Amy, Lay., Croyden, N. H. 
Rand, Ethel L., Lay., Little Deer Isle, Me. 
Randall, H. Floyd, Disc, 410 Lincoln St., Sayre, Pa. 
Rawhngs, Lina A., Lay., R.R., Losantville, Ind. 
Rayner, Miss Myrtle, Lay., Drummond Island, 

Mich. 
Redfield, Donald P., Bapt., Lanesboro, Mass. 
Reed, Edgar J., Lie-0. T., 082 N. Tonti St., New 

Orleans 19, La. 
Reed, Henry H., Lie-0. C, River Rd., Touisset, 

Mass. 
Reed, Lincoln Y., Lie. -Chi., Grayslake, III. 
Reed, T. U., Meth., Linden, Iowa 
Reeder, Frank E., Disc, R. 3, Jefferson, Ohio 
Reeder, James W., Lay., Toulon, III. 
Reid, J. E., Cong., 806 Reid St., Greensboro, N. C. 
Reish, Paul, Meth. Lie, R.R. 6, Kokomo, Ind. 
Renjihan, Mihran, Presb., 2 Tenth St., Troy, N. Y. 
Rettig, Heinz, Lie-S. K'., Andover Newton Theol. 

Sch., Newton Center 59, Mass. 
Reutter, Gilbert C, Lay., 741 Wisconsin St., S.W., 

Huron, S. D. 
Reykdal, Lowell L., Meth., R.D. 1, Union Grove, 

Wis. 
Reynolds, Byron L., Lie-Chi., 513 W. 61st St., 

Chicago 21, 111. 
Rhines, Alva J., Lie-IIs., 312 Elm St., Westfield 42, 

Mass. 
Rice, R. P., Meth., West Peabody, Mass. 
Rich, G. Barrett III, Presb., Reading Road at Lee 

PL, Cincinnati 29, Ohio. 
Richards, Andrew C. K., Apprn.-H., N. Anson, Me. 
Richardson, Mrs. Bert L., Lie-R.R., Sandstone, 

Minn. 
Richardson, H. Neil, Meth. Lie, Dunstable, Mass. 
Richmond, L. O., Presb.. Farmersburg, Ind. 
Rickel, William, Lie-W., 265 Alexander St., Ro- 
chester, N. Y. 



Rieger, Benjamin, Lie-Ger., Culbertson, Neb. 
Ripley, Robert L., Indep., Wallace, Neb. 
Roberts, Bruce, Cong., Army Chaplain 
Robertson, Edward, Lie-N., Ala. Conf., 1126 19th 

Ave. S., Nashville 4, Tenn. 
Robertson, Fletcher V., Lic.-N., R. 1, Arley, Ala. 
Robertson, John P., Stud., 26 Central St., Woburn, 

Mass. 
Robertson, Norman H., Disc, 10 Concord Rd., 

Danbury, Conn. 
Robertson, WiUiam Lightbody, Presb., 328 E. Rice 

St., Owatonna, Minn. 
Robie, Frances M., Appro.-Line, Phippsburg, Me. 
Robinson, George A., Lie-N. E., Box 24, Lakota, 

N. D. 
Robinson, George F., Bapt. Lie, Pardeeville, Wis. 
Robinson, Hugh E., Lic.-C. N., Grad. Sch. of The- 
ology, Oberlin, Ohio 
Roden, Thomas Cleveland, Appro.-Pen., Hancock, 

Me. 
Rodriquez, Jose D., U.B. Lie, Las Piedras, P. R. 
Rodway, Charles B., Lay., Mechanit; Falls, Me. 
Roe, Lyle B., U. B., R. 1, Box 266, Dayton 5. Ohio 
Rogers, Clyde N., Meth., Slater ville Springs, N. Y. 
Rogers, James M., Lay., 1304 17th Ave., Moline, 111. 
Romero, Epifanio, Stud., 1109 S. Ashland Ave., 

Chicago 7, 111. 
Rops, John, Staceyville, Iowa 

Rose, Elmer E., Bapt. ,2,11 MainSt., Kingston, Mass. 
Rose, Eugene A., Lay., 99 Sherman St., Hartford 5, 

Conn. 
Ross, Kenneth H., Bapt., Box 84, WebsterviUe, Vt. 
Rowland, Paul, Lie-Spr., 613 E. Beecher Ave., 

Jacksonville, 111. 
Rudisill, Howard J., Lie-N. E., 34 N. Mapel St., 

Mt. Carmel, Pa. 
Rumball-Petre, Edwin A. R., Unit., 87 Guyon Ave., 

Oak wood Hts., Staten Island, N. Y. 
Rush, W. Albert, Meth., Adrian, Mich. 
Rushdoony, Yegheazar, Presb., 42 Hammond St., 

Providence 8, R. I. 
Russell, James Humphrey, Meth., 27 W. Bridge St., 

Saugerties, N. Y. 
Russell, Mrs. Lucy, Lie-N. C. Chr., Henderson, 

N. C. 
Rust, Reuel, Meth., 20 Simons Rd., Williamstown, 

Mass. 
Rust, WiUiam C, Meth. Lie, 6408 Ruby St., Los 

Angeles 42, Cal. 
Ryans, John R., Lay., Auburn, N. H. 

Sakaguchi, Tatsuo, Presb., Block 42-9-A, Jerome 

W.R.A., Denson, Ark. 
Sample, Orlando, Meth., Longton, Kan. 
Sampson, Orval W., Lie-Conf., Robbins, Tenn. 
Sampson, Thompson Sawyer, Jr., Lie-Chi., Munde- 

lein. 111. 
Sanders, WiUiam, Stud., Big Rock, lU. 
Sanford, Wilbur Lloyd, Bapt., Ionia, Iowa 
Sansted, R. N., Meth., Belvidere, Neb. 
Santa, Charles Paul, Bapt., Greene, R. I. 
Saum, Charles W., Meth., Hinesburg, Vt. 
Saunders, Ernest W., Meth., Main St., Cotuit, Mass. 
Savage, Lewis D., Fr., Central Citv, Iowa 
Savard, John A., Bapt. Lie, 824 Walnut St.. Fall 

River, Mass. 
Schadegg, Milton, Lic.-T. C, Elk River, Minn. 
Schlaretzki, W. Ernest, Lie-Spr., 1768 N. Maple 

Ave., Decatur 25, lU. 
Schluntz, H. N., Bapt., 183 Main St., Franklin, 

Mass. 
Schmidt, John F., Menu., 2210 Pine St., Pueblo, 

Colo. 
Schneider, Henry, Ger. Lie, Yankton College, 

Yankton, S. D. 
Scholes, Harold, Indep. Chr., Johnston, Iowa 
Schoonmaker, Theodore C, Lie-Chi., 5757 Univer- 
sity Ave., Chicago 37, 111. 
Schoonover, Kermit, Fr., Wilbraham, Mass. 
Schoop, Arthur J., Meth., Pownal, Vt. 
Schroeder, C. W., Lay., Bradley Hall, Peoria 5, TU. 
Schubert, George H., Lic.-E. Wash, d- N. Ida., 

R.D. 2, Lewiston, Ida. 
Schwinger, Elton C, Disc, 8660 Griffon Ave., 

Niagara Falls, N.'Y. 



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Scott, Hosca, Lic.-Conf., Holland, Va. 
Scoutin, O. B., Melh., Colrain, Mass. 
Scruton, Norman Leslie, Bapl., Errol, N. H. 
Seabury, Arthur G., Bapt. Lie, Kenduskeag, Me. 
Searles, Leon R., Lic.-S. W., 124 Huntington Ave., 

Boston, Mass. 
Sears, Mrs. Florence E., Lic.-Conf., Bruneau, Ida. 
Seely, Ernest, Bapt. Lie, Kennebunkjjort, Me. 
Sellars, A. J., Lic.-Linc. Chr., Burlington, N. C. 
Sensabaugh, Fred A., Bapt., Smith Rd. & Hudson 

Ave., Nedrow, N. Y. 
Senter, James P. Lic.-R. Emp., 137 Calder Ave., 

Sebastopol, Cal. 
Seymour, Collie, Lic.-Ga. Con/., 10 CoUins St., 

Lanett, Ala. 
Shelton, Robert L., Lic.-N., R. 2, Moulton, Ala. 
Sherwood, Harvey H., Lic.-L. C, Gays Mills, Wis. 
ShuU, Jessie C., Presb., 108 Harvard St., Battle 

Creek, Mich. 
Shumaker, Clifford J., Presh., Stanford, Mont. 
Sill, Clinton Eugene, Lie-Bay., 20 Lessing St., San 

Francisco 25, Cal. 
Silvis, Harry A., Meth.. 196 Main St., Randolph, 

N. Y. 
Simmons, Mrs. L. E., Lie- S. N. C. Chr., Raleigh, 

N. C. 
Simmons, Preston D., Lie, Kinder, La. 
Simons, Eldyn, Wes. Meth. Lie, Black Creek, N. Y. 
Sinclair, Donald Keith, Lie-B. S., Mass., Roway- 

ton. Conn. 
Sites, Emri S., Bapt., 815 N. Broadway, Dayton 7, 

Ohio 
Sjostrom, W. Chester, Bapt., Box .3, Norfolk, Mass. 
Sleeper, Murray, Lie-Wor. C, Newton Center, 

Mass. 
Sloat, Horace Blanchard, Bapt., South Wellington, 

Conn. 
Small, Carl, Bapt. Lie. South Gardiner, Me. 
Small, Clayton D., Meth., Staffordville, Conn. 
Small, Harlan F., Stud., 288 Union St., Bangor, Me. 
Smallsreed, Lee J., Disc, 136 EUzabeth St., Derby, 

Conn. 
Smith, Benjamin M., Meth., Wells River, Vt. 
Smith, Carl E., Meth. Lie, 9 Faun Bar Ave., 

Winthrop, Mass. 
Smith, Edward G., Lic.-R. R., Birchdale, Minn. 
Smith, Elmer H., Lic.-N., R. 4, Moulton, Ala. 
Smith, Howard A., Chr. Mis. AU., Koloa, Kauai, 

T. H. 
Smith, John Chester, Bapt., Box 492, Hardwick, Vt. 
Smith, Jefferson H., Lie-O. C, Broadway, Rayn- 

ham, Mass. 
Smith, Merle T., Meth. Lie, 42 W. Main St., High- 
land, Cal. 
Smith, Verne, Stud., Oxford, Me. 
Smock, Robert, Meth. Lie, Adrian, Mich. 
Sneed, William, Lic.-N. C. Chr., Rockingham, N. C. 
SnelUng, Robert A., Appro.-P., 310 Union St., 

Bangor, Me. 
Snow, Miss Rachel P., Lie-Barn., Falmouth, Mass. 
Snyder, George S., Lic.-S. W., Ma.ss., Chester, N. H. 
Sparks, Robert. Lay., P.O. Box 212, Hartford, Conn. 
Sparhng, Clyde V., Meth., Adams, N. Y. 
Speidell, John, Lic.-D. M., Bondurant, Iowa 
Speller, D. G., Bapt., Box 913, Greensboro, N. C. 
Spencer, J. Herbert, Meth., Bridgeport, Mich. 
Spillman, John, Lay., Plymouth, 111. 
Sprague, P. S., Presb., 739 Ridge Ave., Pittsburgh 

12, Pa. 
Spyker, Fred B., Lic.-A., 119 E. Fourth St., Sand- 
wich, 111. 
Stanford, LeRoy, Lie-Sp., Drury College, Spring- 
field, Mo. 
Stanley, Merton, Lay., 1121 N. McCann St., Ko- 

komo, Ind. 
Stanton, Laurence, Lie-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, lU. 
Staples, Fred M., Meth., New Sharon, Me. 
Starr, Ernest J., Meth., Miles, Iowa 
Steckel, William E., Presb., New Ipswich, N. H. 
Steece, Arvel, Lic.-D., Aitkin, Minn. 
Steegstram, J. Robert, Refd., Hopkins, Mich. 
Steele, William J., Presb., Phillips, Wis. 
Sterenberg, James, Presb., 1123 Main St., Carthage, 

111. 
Stevens, Henry W., Bapt., Sherman, N. Y. 



Stevens, Charles G., Meth. Lie. Carroll, Neb. 
Stewart, Earle E., Chr. Mis. AIL, Hampden, Me. 
Stockham, Alman E., Presb., R. 4, Chardon, Ohio 
Stockwell, Reid E., Lay., Sunbury, Ohio 
Stokes, Joseph. Ch. of England, 1407 N. Poinsettia 

PI., Hollywood 40, Cal. 
Stokes, Lawrence, Bapt., 6104 Brynhurst Ave., Los 

Angeles 43, Cal. 
Storer, Carl C, Lie Wab., R. 3, Olney, 111. 
Stoughton, Richard, Lie-Fr.. Turners Falls, Mass. 
Stout, Virgil T., I.F.C.A., 3710 N. Madison Ave., 

Peoria 3, 111. 
Stoves, George, Meth., 3623 VaUey Vista Rd., 

Nashville 5, Tenn. 
Stowell, Woodbury S,, Bapt., Henniker, N. H. 
Strait, Edmund R., Meth., 15 Chapel PL, Wellesley 

Hills, Mass. 
Strong, Tracy, Jr., Lic.-N. H., Switzerland 
Stubbs, Harry J., Lic.-N., Box 101, Caledonia, 111. 
Stuckenbruck, Harry L., Disc, 94 Catherine St., 

Springfield, Mass. 
Sullenberger, Mrs. Carl L., Lay., West Lebanon, 

N. H. 
Sumner, Leland E., Lie-G. R., 28 Richards Ave., 

N.W., Grand Rapids 4, Mich. 
Sundt, Valery E., Bapt., 481 Broad St., Meriden, 

Conn. 
Sutley, Paul, Lie-Bay., 1932 Cedar St., Berkeley 7, 

Cal. 
Sutton, George S., Presb., 11 W. Chester St., Nan- 
tucket, Mass. 
Sutton, Harry Trumbull, Disc, Ontario, N. Y. 
Svensson, Theo. W., Stud., Dubuque Univ., Du- 
buque, Iowa 
Swann, Arthur W., Lic.-Conf., Vanderbilt Pch. of 

Rel., Nashville, Tenn. 
Swanson, Arthur, Meth., Uehling, Neb. 
Swanson, Carl O., Sw. Ev. Cov., 107 Crescent Ave., 

Plainfield, N. J. 
Swardstrom, Paul, Lay., Hurdsfield, N. D. 
Sweet, Milton F., Meth. Lie, 72 Mt. Vernon St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Swett, Fred K., Lie-Ches., R.D. 1, Keene, N. H. 
Swihart, R. E., Meth., R. 1, Cortland, Ohio. 
Sykes, Charles, Epise, Main St., Candor, N. Y. 
Syler, Donald Eugene, Meth., Nova, Ohio 
Syster, Paul Edward, Lie-H., Southwest Harbor, 

Me. 

Taft, Burns, Lay., Newell, S. D. 

Tally, R. E., Lic.-N. C. W., So., 303 Mclver St., 

Sanford, N. C. 
Tanner, Edward R., Meth., Etna, Cal. 
Tarkinson, Charles G., Stud. ,288 Union St., Bangor 

Me. 
Tee, Lawrence E,. Lic.-Wo., P.O. Box 107, Carhsle, 

Mass. 
Tefft, C. Brandt, Lie-Cum., 22 Mac Arthur Circle 

West, Redbank Village, South Portland, Me. 
Telfer, John Harley, Lie-Mil., Hartland, Wis. 
Telfer, R. Bligh, Bapt., Wardsboro, Vt. 
Thomas, Albert E., Presb., 2221 Washington St., 

Allentown, Pa. 
Thomas, Charles, Indep., 408 Emerald St., Re- 

dondo Beach, Cal. 
Thomas, Charles Cecil, Lie- E. N. C, So., Rensse- 
laer Falls, N. Y. 
Thomas, David Willard, Lic.-N. W., Box 93, 

Vaughnsville, Ohio. 
Thomas, Emrys, Lie-Wor. C, Hartford, Conn. 
Thomas, Grifiith J., Lie-W., 107 Park Ave., New 

Castle, Pa. 
Thomas, Harry E., Breth. Stud., Beacon Falls, Conn. 
Thomas, Michael J., Lay., 75 Hicks St., Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
Thomas, WiUis D., Lic.-N., Leaf River, 111. 
Thomen, Willard E., Lie-Mid., R.F.D. 1, East 

Haddam, Conn. 
Thompson, A. B., Meth., Bristol, N. H. 
Thompson, Charles Lindsay, Lic.-N. W., R. 4, 

Box 34, Mebane, N. C. 
Thompson, John E., Meth., Durliam, Conn. 
Thompson, T. S., Presb., 5238 Xerxes Ave. S., 

Minneapolis 10, Minn. 
Thompson, WiUiam M., Jr., Bapt. Lie, Cleveland- 
town Rd., Edgartown, Mass. 



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329 



Thoren, Harry Edgar, Ev. Free, Bureau, 111. 
Thornburg, Joseph H., Lay., R.R., Losantville, Ind. 
Thornburp, Mont M., Meth., 6 Prospect St., Mill- 

burv, Mass. 
Thorpe, Gardiner E., Lic.-S. N., 287 Hanover St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Thorsell, Ernest Adolph, Lic.-M. M., Main St., 

Hopkinton, Mass. 
Thurston, Edmund W., Lay., 593 Hanover St., 

Manchester, N. H. 
Tiikkala, Katri, Cong., 59 Hamilton Ave., Engle- 

wood, N. J. 
Tomhn, H. D., Meth., Kingfisher, Okla. 
Tomlinson, W. F., Meth., Edgerton, Wis. 
Toomey, David H., Bapl., 2721 College Ave., Alton, 

111. 
Toppan, Louis C, Lic.-Hs., R.D. 1, Amherst, Mass. 
Toriumi, Donald K., Presb., 30-F-9, Heart Moun- 
tain, Wyo. 
Townsend, John W., Meth. Stud., 72 Mt. Vernon St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Townsend, Ralph V., Bapt. Lie, Milton, N. H. 
Traver, Miss Lena P., Lic.-H. R., New Berlin, N. Y. 
Tresidder, Dwight, Lic.-E. \ ., 204 \V. Wisconsin 

Ave. Oconomowoc, Wis. 
Tucker, James A., Meth. Lie, Villa Ridge, 111. 
Tucker, Paul E., Bapt., Elsie, Mich. 
Turbin, D. Clarence, Meth., Merrill, Mich. 
Tuomenoksa, Niilo A., 1694 W. Davidson, Detroit 6, 

Mich. 
Turnbull, Prof. Jacob H., Lay., R.D. 1, Ypsilanti, 

Mich. 
Turner, Louis C, Meth., Williston, Vt. 
Turner, Robert W., Meth., Port Jefferson, Ohio 
Turner, Willard W., Chr. Mis. AIL, 335 D St., San 

Rafael, Cal. 

Underwood, I. T., Lic.-N. C. <t- Va., So., Yancey- 

ville, N. C. 
Upton, Mrs. Elsie A., Lic.-N. E., 1506 Jackson St., 

Scranton 4, Pa. 

Vance, Matthew, Episc, Olivet, Mich. 

Vandervelle, Conrade, Presb., 1111 West St., Em- 
poria, Kan. 

Van Hoek, Walter, Stxid., Andover Newton Theol. 
Sch., Newton Center 59, Mass. 

Van Loon, Homer E., Lic.-D., 2929 Welton St., 
Denver 5, Colo. 

Van Vliet, William J., Lic.-D. M.. Truro, Iowa 

Velez, Salvador, Lic.-Conf., Box 335, Fajardo, P. R. 

Venz, Emil C, Bapt., R. 1, GalUpoIis, Ohio 

VerDuin, Donald J., Stud. Lay., 409 Prospect St., 
New Haven 11, Conn. 

Vernon, Howard, Bapt., Brainerd, Minn. 

Vining, Mrs. Grace R., Bapt., Dickinson Center, 
N. Y. 

Verba, Edward, Lic.-Dav., 225 E. Church St., Iowa 
City, Iowa 

Wachs, Victor Hugo, Meth., Chelsea, Vt. 

Waddell, H. N., Disc, lone. Ore. 

Wa'gner, Frederick C, Meth. Lie, R.D. 2, Westview 
St., Marietta, Ohio 

Waiau, Henry, Lic.-K., Hanapepe, Kauia, T. H. 

Waldo, Warren P., Meth., Bakersfield, Vt. 

Walker, R. Marcus, Meth., Highmore, S. D. 

Wallace, Addie, Bapt., Hartselle, Ala. 

Wallace, Clayton M., Lic.-St., Wolfeboro, N. H. 

Wallace, Samuel J., Meth., Movelle, Iowa 

Walters, Henry A., Presb., 208 N. John St., Kim- 
berly. Wis. 

Waltman, W. V., Presb., 21 E. Prospect St., Toma- 
hawk, Wis. 

Walton, Bertram A., Bapt., Camden, N. Y. 

Wangelin, Mrs. Pearl, Lic.-Sp., Grandin, Mo. 

Ward, Clarence, Lic.-Med., 335 E. College St., 
Oberlin, Ohio 

Ward, Parker Bennett, Meth., 20 South St., Bel- 
lows Falls, Vt. 

Warner, Eugene Lyman, Lic.-L. A., 1302 N. Glen- 
oaks Blvd., Burbank, Cal. 

Warren, Charles McLean, Cong., 955 East First 
South St., Salt Lake City 2, Utah 

Warren, Robert L., Meth., 4319 Geary Blvd., San 
Francisco 18, Cal. 



Wasson, Stanley, Lay., Jamestown, N. D. 
Watkins, Ralph H., Meth., Half Moon Bay, Cal. 
Watson, Alice M., Lic.-N. W., Elbowoods, N. D. 
Watson, Harold, Meth., Clare, Mich. 
Watson, Ralph A., Disc, R.R. 1, Crawfordsville, 

Ind. 
Watts, Allison M., Bapt., Jamaica, Vt. 
Weaver, Kenneth, Lay., Trotwood, Ohio 
Webb, Theodore Albert, Univ. Lie, Sherman Mills, 

Me. 
Webster, John P., Jr., Lie-P., Williamsburg, Mass. 
Webster, Millard D., Bapt., Hopkinton, N. H. 
Wedell, Hans, Lic.-N. Y. C, % Phil Allen Swartz, 

2'i9 Mill St., Poughkeepsic, N. Y. 
Weiler, Fred N., Bapt. Lie, 958 Marshall Ave., St. 

Paul 4, Minn. 
Weiskel, Frank M., Lic.-N. J., 23 Ridge Ave., 

Park Ridge, N. J. 
Weitemier, O. Clarence, Disc, Glyndon, Minn. 
Weins, Henry J., Bapt., Hollandale, Minn. 
Welch, Albert W., Lic.-Fr., New Salem, Mass. 
Welch, Miss Carolyn Pemberton, Stud., Riverton, 

Conn. 
Weiler, Thurber R., Bapt. Lie, West Lebanon, Me. 
Wells, Miss Judith B., Lic.-H., 110 Sherman St., 

Hartford 5, Conn. 
Welsh, Evan D., Presb., 707 N. Washington St., 

Wheaton, 111. 
Wenstrom, Donald, Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, 111. 
Wentworth, Allison W., Lic.-Cum., R.D., Freeport, 

Me. 
Westervelt, Clyde, Indep. Chr., 414 W. Huntington 

St., Montpelier, Ind. 
Westhause, Erwin C, Lay., New London, Wis. 
Weston, William, Meth., Hancock, N. H. 
Wetzel, Gayle, Lic.-B. R. A S. L., Bangor Theol. 

Sem., Bangor, Me. 
Wheeler, Alfred E., Bapt., Fagville, Mass. 
Wheelock, Milton G., Lay., Buckley, Mich. 
Whisler, Mrs. Bessie, Lic.-M. R., R.R. 3, Winches- 
ter, Ind. 
Whiston, WilUam B., Lic.-L. C, New Preston, Conn. 
Whitaker, James E., Disc, Middlebury, Conn. 
White, Edward F., Lic.-Cum., Me., Leicester, Mass. 
White, Horace A., Cong., 514 Garfield St., Detroit 1, 

Mich. 
White, Joseph R., Disc, Stoney Creek, Conn. 
White, KermitE., Stud.. 72 Mt. Vernon St., Boston 

8, Mass. 
Whitney, Fred M., Pre.ib., 712 Seventh Ave., W. 

Ashland, Wis. 
Whittaker, Frederick W., Lic.-Cum., Yarmouth, Me. 
Wichlei, Richard J., Stud., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, lU. 
Wiegel, Roy L., Naz., 150 Wiswall St., Peoria, 111. 
Wildt, Karl W., Lie-K.. R.D., Bangor, Mich. 
Wilhams, Bernal, Lic-F., Sims, 111. 
Williams, DarylEvan, Meth., R.D. 2, Waterbury 82, 

Conn. 
Williams, George B., Ch. of God., Pelham, N. H. 
Williams, Mrs. Grace C, Disc, 28 Court St., Keene, 

N. H. 
WOUams, J., Lic.-O. T., Houma, La. 
Williams, Keith M., Fund., Swanville, Minn. 
Williams, Lawrence A., Bapt. Lie, Henrietta, N. Y. 
Williams, Lawrence W., World's Faith, Box 92, 

Perry, Mich. 
WilUams, Lloyd, Lie-lb., Gueydan, La. 
Williams, R. Honddu, Presb., 615 Main St., Sauk 

Centre, Minn. 
Willits, John C, Meth., 641 Wesley St., Muskegon, 

Mich. 
Wilson, Charles Lee, Disc, 127 Lincoln St., Meri- 

den. Conn. 
Wilson, WiUiam E., Meth.. 7101 Grover St., Omaha 

7, Neb. 
Winn, Ralph H., Lic.-Hs., 1 High St., Haydenville, 

Wise, George C, Lie-Si., Oto, Iowa 
Witmer, James, Presb., Wilton, N. D. 
Wolfe, Donald R., Br. Stud., 212 College Ave., Ash- 
land, Ohio 
Woodcock, G. Arthur, Eii., Kingfield, Me. 
Woods, John, Lay., Cherry Creek, S. D. 



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Wright, Gay, Lic.-M. R., Farmland, Iml. 
Wright, Lamoine, Lic.-M. R., Farmland, Ind. 
Wright, Leon E., Lic.-S. S., 617 Shawmut Ave., 

Apt. 180, Roxbury, Mass. 
Wright, Max, Ev. Lie, 220 N. Brainard St., Naper- 

ville. 111. 
Wyatt, Kenneth B., Lic.-S. N., 15 Lincoln Rd., 

Medford, Mass. 

Yeaple, Whitney, Bapt., 98 WeUington St., Nashua, 
N. H. 

Yoder, Walter, Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave., 
Chicago 37, 111. 

Young, Andrew, Bapt., N. Bridgton Church, Harri- 
son, Me. 



Young, Claude G., Lie-Wash., 730 Langston Ter.,i 
N.E., Washington, D. C. \ 

Young, William L., Lic.-Chi., 5757 University Ave. 
Chicago 37, 111. 

Yunkman, Edward, Holiness, East Orwell, Ohio 

Zambrano, Benjamin, Cong., 300 Fifth St., Barstow, 

Cal. 
Zeek, Charles G., Ch. Mis. All., 1632 La Fond Ave., 

St. Paul 4, Minn. 
Zimmerman, J. Fred, Lie-Wash., 42 Bedford St., 

Cumberland, Md. 
Zumbaugh, Harley, Ch. of Breth., Rochester, Ind. 



Candidates in Care of a Local Association 



Bringe, Herman J., N. Y. C, 242 Beach 117th St., 

Rockaway Beach, N. Y. 
Canaday, WUbur, F. Co., 162 Fifth St., Stamford, 

Conn. 
Carlson, Robert, E. Will., Ore., Pacific School of Rel., 

Berkeley 4, Cal. 
Clark, Arthur W., F. Co., 10 Cross St., Shelton, 

Conn. 
Clark, Maurice C, F. Co., 67 Maple Ave., Glen- 
brook, Conn. 
Coffin, Mrs. Leta H., Con/., Ascutney, Vt. 
Creegan, Robert F., S. E., Ohio, 112 Greenlawn Dr., 

Lebanon, Tenn. 
Cross, Gilbert, Bay., 2064 Los Angeles St., Berkeley, 

Cal. 
Cuthbertson, Hugh E., Vt. Conf., U. S. Navy. 
Dakan, Everett, O. C. Ohio, Union Theol. Sem., 

New York 27, N. Y. 
Davidson, Georsie Q., S., Kan., 5757 University Ave., 

Chicago 37, 111. 
Deale, Mrs. Jessie, Conf., East Hardwick, Vt. 
Dickinson, Estella A., Conf., South Woodbury, Vt. 
Eichorn, Herman, W., Clarence, N. Y. 
Guelker, William E., T. C, Anoka, Minn. 
Haddon, WUham, N. J. 
Holmer, Earl, E. Will., Ore., Union Theol. Sem., 

New York 27, N. Y. 
House, Loren, [/., West Winfield, N. Y. 
Hunter, Richard Dowling, N. Y. C. U.S.N.R. 
Johnson, Robert J. C, E. Will.. C.P.S. 21, Cascade 

Locks, Ore. 
Judy, Clayton, Jr., W. Will., McCormick Hall, 

Forest Grove, Ore. 



Keebler, Herbert J., Jr., W., Pa., Theol. Quad- V 

rangle, Oberlin, Ohio i 

Maple, John F., Jr., Q., R.D., Quincy, 111. 
Nierendorf, Roy A., H., 17 Rosedale St., Wethers- i 

field 9, Conn. 
Parker, Albert Edward, Conf., Lower Waterford, Vt. 
Owens, Donald, Spr., Alton, 111. ~. 

Pommer, Donald, T. C, Minn., Chicago Theo. Sem., ■ 

Chicago 37, 111. 
Queen, John, S. W., Plattsburg, Ohio *' 

Reed, Merriman M., Vt. Conf., U. S. N. R. ■'. 

Rymph, Robert M., E. Kan., 1400 MacVicar, J 

Topeka, Kan. j 

Simpson, James L., Sp., Beardstown, 111. \ 

Skillings, Everett, Conf., 41 South St., Middlebury, ^ 

Vt. "! 

Smith, Bruce W., H., 223 N. Oxford St., Hartford 5, J 

Conn. 
Smoot, Lowell, Go. Conf., U. S. Army ! 

Southey, Robert, F. Co., 585 Park St., Bridgeport 8, :1 

Conn. J 

Stone, William E., F. Co., R.D., Shelton, Conn. " 

Sunburn, John H., C, New Britain, Conn. ; 

Tokosh, MUton, IT-'., 5533 EUsworth Ave., Pitts- ' 

burgh, Pa. 
Wadsworth, Arthur J., U., Sidney, N. Y. 
Wagner, Richard, N. J., U. S. Na^'y 
Ware, Winthrop, E. Will., 1416 Hilyard St., Eu- 
gene, Ore. 
Woodbury, Carl V., Conf., Northfield, Vt. , 

Weber, Earle H., W., Pa., U. S. Army 
Whitehead, Herbert Macy, N. Y. C, 424 Nuber ;' 

Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. -j 



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IN FULL STANDING 



Ministerial standing is constituted by ordination and membership in an association or conference of 
Congregational, Christian or Congregational-Christian ministers or of ministers and churches. 

The following is a compilation of the lists furnished by the Conference registrars. 

Ministers not in Congregational-Christian pastorates are indicated by the inclusion of ordination 
date (or by a hyphen ( — ) if ordination date had not been reported) after address. Information regarding 
pastor is found in the appropriate place in the state report; refer to state and place for this information. 
If the pastor is not in the schedule of the state in which he lives, he may have made a recent change in 



pastorate. Page numbers are given for those whose names appear on pages 7-38, and in the Necrology, 
pages 39-54, and in the record of 1943 Ordinations, pages 270-271. 

An asterisk (*) before a name indicates that the person is not now reported by any Conference regis- 
trar. It appears desirable to retain such names for a period of two years in order to give opportunity for 
completing transfer of membership from one holding body to another as well as for correction of errors. 

A dagger (t) indicates that the address had not been verified, or is unknown. 

Names of persons variously employed are indicated as follows: A.B.C.F.M., see American Board of 
Commissioners for Foreign Missions, pages 305-308; asso. p., associate pastor; asst. p., assistant pastor; 
6ms., business; Ch., chaplain; coll. p., college pastor; Dean; Dir. R.E., director of Rehgious Education; 
Ed., editor; Ev., evangeUst; govt., government service; hon. p., honorary pastor; i.d.w., interdenominational 
work; Lee, lecturer; Lib., hbrarian; My., missionary; p. ail., pastor at large; p.em., pastor emeritus; Pf., pro- 
fessor; Pn., principal; p.o.d., pastor of church of other denomination or community church; Pr., president; 
Reg., registrar; s.w., social work; Sec, secretary; St., superintendent; T., teacher; Tr., treasurer; w.s., war 
service. 



Abbate, Paolo S., Torrington, Conn. 1924 

Abbe, Harry A. G., R.D. 2, Guilford, Conn. 
[Abbott, Alfred Maurice, deceased. 39 

Abbott, Alexander H., 122 Union St., Nor- 
wich, Conn. 
Abe, Seizo, 4-11-4, Manzanar Relocation 

Center, Camp Manzanar, Cal. 1903 

Abel, George Ferdinand, 15 Uncas St., Nor- 
wich, Conn. 1903 
Abercrombie, Ralph H., p.em., Monterey, 

Mass. 1896 

Abraham, Ralph Lee, A.B.C.F.M. 1914 

[Abrams, Henry Hedden, deceased. 39 

Acheson, John M., bus., 3892 Chapman PI., 

Riverside, Cal. 1920 

Ackerly, George A., Templeton, Mass. 
Adadourian, Haig, 34 Auburn St., Maiden, 

Mass. 1897 

Adams, Arthur C, 6ms., Plain Hill, Norwich, 

Conn. 1925 

Adams, Chauncey A., Sec, Savings Bank 

Bldg., Burlington, Vt. 14, 24, 1911 

Adams, Clark Glenn, Box 48, Atlanta, Mich. 
[Adams, Clinton Baltzell, deceased. 39 

Adams, David E., Pf., Jewett Lane, South 

Hadley, Mass. 1916 

Adams, E. Merle, St., 715 Security Mutual 

Bldg., Lincoln 8, Neb. 24, 1916 

Adams, Edward Bradford, 110 New York 

Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1906 

Adams, Hubert Gilman, Roseland, La. 1896 

Adams, J. Chandler, Box 206, Brecksville, 

Ohio. 
Adams, Oliver M., Pasco, Wash. 
Adams, Rowland Chrisler, Ch. U.S. Army. 1935 
Adams, Silas N., p.em., Chester, N. H. 1888 

[Adams, William Gushing, deceased. 39 

Addison, Stanley H., 226 Erie St., Cambridge 

39, Mass. 
Addison, W. Frederick, 11 Myrtle St., Milford, 

N. H. 
Addy, Hugo H., Halsey, Neb. 1932 

Adkins, James B., 350 College St., Lewiston, 

Me. 1888 

Adkins, Leshe John, 637 Cabot St., Beverly, 

Mass. 
[Adourian, Setrak N., deceased. 39 

Aeschbacher, Joseph E., Curtis, Neb. 
Ahlstedt, Thure E., p.o.d., 611 Sixth St., Red 

Wing, Minn. 1915 

Aiken, Edwin E., Sr., c/o Mrs. Charles Perry, 

Oakville, Conn. 1885 

Aiken, Edwin E., Jr., w.s., U. S. O. Club, 

Jamestown, R. I. 1921 

Aiken, WilUam Andrew, Ch., U.S.A., retired, 

1 E. Genessee Rd., Auburn, N. Y. 1903 



Aikins, Lincoln James, Pf., Glendive, Mont. 1938 

Ainslie, Thomas, R.D. 1, Brosch Rd., Traverse 
City, Mich. 

Akerley, Henry Emerson, Royalston, Mass. 1929 

Aki, George, Ch. U.S. Army. 1942 

Akin, R. Ernest, Thawville, III. 

Akiona, Alfred K., Hanalei, Kauai, T. H. 

Albrecht, Louis M., Cortland, Neb. 

Albright, I. W., Moncure, N. C. 1918 

Albright, John A., W. Market St., German- 
town, Ohio. 1910 

Albright, John W., Box 322, Burlington, N. C. 

Albright, Ralph Ewing, 6ms., R.D. 2, Amherst, 
Ohio. 1926 

Albright, Simon W., 906 E. Jones St., Raleigh, 
N. C. 1894 

Alcala, David, T., Spanish American Inst., 
Gardena, Cal. 1940 

Alcock, James, p.o.d., 99-07 43rd Ave., Corona, 
N. Y. 1913 

Alden, Frederick Winthrop, 42 Florence St., 
Natick, Mass. 8 

Alderton, Walker Moore, Pf., 5757 Univer- 
sity Ave., Chicago 37, 111. 31, 1912 

Aldrich, Mrs. Ahce Philhps. 4400 W. Jackson 
Blvd., Chicago 24, 111. 1906 

Aldrich, Glen Edward, 6ms., Evart, Mich. 1941 

Aldridge, James M., asst. p., 1100 E. Wash- 
ington St., Greensboro, N. C. 1916 
tAlexander, Arthur O., 1670 Dallas Rd., Vic- 
toria, British Columbia, Canada. 1901 

Alexander, P. R., R. 1, Box 102, Norlina, N. C. 1900 

Alexander, Warner S., Jeffersonville, Ohio. 1909 

Alf, Alfred, 1604 S. Tenth Ave., Sioux Falls, 
S. D. 1891 

Allan, James Barr, Ch. U.S. Army. 1942 

Allan, W. Murray, 217 Sixth St., Ames, Iowa. 

Allard, Alfred L., Lakeview, Mich. 

Allbright, Manley F., 31 Quint Ave., Allston 
34, Mass. 

AUen, Charles J., 399 E. Fifth St., Brooklyn. 
N. Y. 

Allen, Eric R., 861 South Coast Blvd., La 
Jolla, Cal. 1907 

Allen, George E., 553 Hill St., Whitinsville, 
Mass. 1910 

Allen, John H., p.em, 116 Coil St., Durham, 
N. C. (— ) 

Allen, King S., asst. p., R.D. 3, Box 273, Bur- 
Ungton, N. C. 1917 

Allen, LeRoy G., 624 Varnum Ave., Lowell, 
Mass SS 

Allen, Ralph W., 481 S. Beach St., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 1903 

Allen, Robert James, 426 N". E. Prescott St., 
Apt. 1, Portland 11, Ore. 



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Allen. William C, Otis Orchards, Wash. 1903 

Allenbv, Hubert A., Ch. U.S. Army. 1923 

Aller. Nathan Shaw, 29 North St., Baldwins- 
villa, N. Y. 1895 

Allingham, Robert, Ed., 1424 Gaylord St., 
Denver 6, Colo. 1903 

Allison, Frederick E., 507 Church St., Lynch- 
burs, Va. 

Allison, John Murray, 317 Second St., Mari- 
etta, Ohio 

Almon, Mrs. Hanna Lindquist, p.o.d., Green- 
field, Mo. 1930 

Alstin, Claude D., R. 2, Box 102, Graham, 
N. C. 1927 

Alston, Robert J., 2422 Ludlow St., Norfolk, 
Va. 1929 

Altvater, Ernest W., bus., Newell, S. D. 1906 

Amason, J. E., bus.. R. 1, Wedowee, Ala. 1921 

Ament, Jacob H., Box 218, Evans, Colo. 

Ames, William P., bus., 946 Ohio St., Law- 
rence, Kan. 1910 

Amos, Frederick, Sylvan, Wash. 

Andersen, Frank O., 4763 Manor Ave., Chi- 
cago 25, 111. 1897 

Andersen, H. Gardner, 8 Andover St., George- 
town, Mass. 

Andersen, Ralph Miller, Ch. U.S. Army. 

Anderson, A. H., 2617 Orchard St., Lincoln 3, 
Neb. 

Anderson, Mrs. Ada Stone, 400 Elm St., 
Chevy Chase, Md. 1912 

Anderson, Carl Hubert, 211 E. St. Clair St., 
Almont, Mich. 

[Anderson, Carl Julius, deceased. 39 

tAnderson, Charles 1874 

tAnderson, E. L., Kan. 1919 

Anderson, Frank H., 400 Elm St., Chevy 
Chase, Md. 1900 

Anderson, Frederick Reade, 504 W. Poplar St., 
West Frankfort, lU. 1897 

Anderson, Gale, Roundup, Mont. 

Anderson, Howard Stone, 400 Elm St., Chevy 
Chase, Md. 8 

Anderson, Leila W., Dir. R.E., Box 138, 
Huron, S. D. 24, 1940 

Anderson, Mrs. Marlowe Addy, 400 Elm St., 
Chevy Chase, Md. 1927 

Anderson, Ralph Kirk, N. 501 Lake St., 
Colfax, Wash. 

Anderson, Stanley Earl, 285 High St., New- 
buryport, Mass. 

Anderson, Stuart LeRoy, 3034 E. First St., 
Long Beach 3, Cal. 

Anderson, Thomas A., 675 Piedmont Ave., 
N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Anderson, Thomas Bertram, North St., Litch- 
field, Conn. 

Anderson, Wallace W., 165 State St., Port- 
land 4, Me. 8 

Andes, Mark W., Elon CoUege, N. C. 270 

Andes, WiUiam J., R.D. 2, Ruffin, N. C. 

Andrew, Benjamin Fay, Dublin, N. H. 

[Andrews, George Reid, deceased. 

Andrews, Herbert T., Ada, Minn. 

Andrews, Howard Aston, Ch. U.S. Army. 1941 

Andrus, Floyd H., Delaware Ave., New Port 
Richey, Fla. 

Angell, Russell Edwards, North Evans, N. Y. 

Anger, Raymond Wesley, 4773 Marlborough 
Dr., San Diego 4, Cal. 

Anhorn, Frederick, 329 Cherry Dr., Lodi, 
Cal. 1910 

Ansley, Rufus, Haverhill, N. H. 18, 1933 

Anthony, Byron Kenneth, P. O. Box 549, 
Waterbury 85, Conn. 27 

Anthony, Edwin Tupper, Ch. U.S. Navy. 1939 

Anthony, Silas Whitman, 410 Washington 
St., Brighton 35, Mass. 

Aoki, Sojiro, Puunene, Maui, T. H. 1936 

Apple, J. Frank, 427 Rowland Rd., Hender- 
son, N. C. 

Appleton, JuUus Garst, Ch. U.S. Army. 1927 

Applewhite, John M., 2177 Fifth Ave., New 
York 35, N. Y. 1934 

Archer, Russell Clifton, Ch. U.S. Army. 1933 



Archibald, Warren Seymour, 221 Girard Ave., 
Hartford 5, Conn. 

Arell, Oscar W., s.w., 8515 Ridge Blvd., 
Brooklyn 9, N. Y. 1918 

Arends, B. R., 65 Southern Ave., Pittsburgh 
11, Pa. 

Arends, Harold L., 1142 Strahley PI., Pitts- 
burgh 20, Pa. 

Arendt, Eric Harthan, Ch. U.S. Navy. 1938 

Argento, Francis C, p.o.d., 80 Highland Ave., 
Newtonville 65, Mass. 1909 

Armington, George F., 637 S. Fifth St., Salina, 
Kan. 1898 

Armstrong, Joseph H., 222 Banning Ave., 
Ashland, Ohio. 1905 

Armstrong, Maurice W., 182 Orchard St., 
Belmont 78, Mass. 

Armstrong, Robert G., St., 85 N State St., 
Concord, N. H. 7, 16, 24, 1914 

Armstrong, Thomas J., bus.. Box 75, Rocky 
Point, N. C. 1914 

Arnold, David E., Box D., Baxter, Iowa. 

Arnold, Harold L., bus.. North Eastham, 
Mass. 1926 

Arnold, Henry, 108 Bogle St., FaU River, 
Mass. 1902 

Arnold, Percy Arthur, 4992 Church St., Rich- 
mond, Mich. 1911 

Arnot, John Kivett, Byron, 111. 

Artman, Joseph M., Ed., 5732 Harper Ave., 
Chicago 37, lU. 1906 

Artz, Frank S., Albia, Iowa. 1892 

Ashby, Robinson, Roseville, 111. 1890 

Ashby, Thompson E., 1 Boody St., Bruns- 
wick, Me. 

Ashby, WilUam C, 5 Highland Ave., Yard- 
ville, N. J. 1924 

Ashton, Eugene Samuel, Pf., Goucher College, 
Baltimore, Md. 1939 

Asplin. Glen R., T., Lennon, Mich. 1922 

Atkins, Charles F., Fairlee, Vt. 

Atkins, Charles L., 95 Brooks St., Brighton 
35, Mass. 

Atkins, Gaius Glenn, Pf. em.. Highland St., 
North Marshfield, Mass. 

Atkinson, Frank, p.em., 721 Palm St., West 
Palm Beach, Fla. 1908 

Atkinson, Henry Avery, Sec, 70 Fifth Ave., 
New York 11, N. Y. 1902 

Atwood, Alfred Ray, p.o.d., ParaUel St., 
Harwich, Mass. 1901 

Atwood, Henry Thayer, p.o.d., 421 BeUeville 
Ave., Brewton, Ala. 1933 

Aumann, WilUam, 3321 W. Lacrosse Ave., 
Spokane 12, Wash. 1911 

Austin, James L.. St. Paul Park, Minn. 

Austin, L. Churcliill, 308 E. Second St., N., 
Newton, Iowa. 270 

Austin, Leon H., p.em., R.D. 1, South Cov- 
entry, Conn. 

Austin, Ralph V., 106 N. Oneida Ave., Rhine- 
lander, Wis. 

Avery, OUver Perry, bus., 1843 N. Alvarado 
St., Los Angeles 26, Cal. 1901 

Avery, Perry Dickinson, 815 W. Mulberry 
St., Kokomo, Ind. 8 

Avery, Reginald Dwight, Pachaug, Conn. 

Avikainen, Arne J., 325 West St., Gardner, 
Mass. 

Avikainen, Mrs. Elizabeth, 325 West St.. 
Gardner, Mass. 

Avila, Carlos Alberto, 408 N. Fifth St., Gallup, 
N. M. 

Axtell, John Dayton, 1718 Jaynes St., Berke- 
ley 3, Cal. 1910 

Axton, John T., Ch. U.S. Army. 1917 

Ayers, Stephen E., Ch. U.S. Navy. 1933 

Ayers, Wilham B., 35 W. Elm Ave., WoUaston 
70, Mass. 

Ayres, Lucy T., 219 N. Lakeside Dr., Lake 
Worth, Fla. 1922 

Babbitt, Paul Edward, 7065 Hollywood Blvd., 

Los Angeles 28, Cal. 
Babcock, Everett Ambrose, i.d.w., 11 Asylum 

St., Hartford 3, Conn. 1933 



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Baber, Harold E., 314 S. Flower St., Brea, Cal. 

Bacheler, Francis Peck, p.em., 24 Yale St., 
Hartford 6, Conn. 1888 

Bacheler, Theodore, Ch. U.S. Army. 1917 

Bacon, Alvin C, Wakefield, N. H. 

Bacon, WilUam F., 222 Bicking St., Indian- 
apolis 2, Ind. 

Badder, Coral F., Big Rapids, Mich. 

Baehr, Karl H., 1305 N. Hamlin Ave., Chi- 
cago 31, 111. 

Bagby, A. Guy, bus., Bethel, Ohio. 1912 

Bagby, Charles Lee, Ch. U.S. Army. 1940 

Bagdikian, Aram T., 29 Monroe Ave., Worces- 
ter 2, Mass. 

Baggett, Wilham Seth, Reeves, La. 

Baharian, Bedros, 81 Edison Pk., Quinoy 69, 

Bahr, Hubert A., p.o.d.. Table Grove, 111. 1942 

BaUey, Arthur Ward, p.o.d.. 2264 Tasso St., 
Palo Alto, Cal. 1900 

BaUey, Floyd S., bus., Mojave, Cal. 1936 

Bailey, Gurdon F., 9 Park PL, Mystic, Conn. 

[Bailey, Henry Lincoln, deceased. 39 

Bailey, Richard Leonard, 121 Sycamore St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 

BaiUie, Arlan Andrew, All Souls Church, 74 
State St., Bangor, Me. 

Bain, Colin B., Grand Meadow, Minn. 

Bainton, Roland Herbert, Pf., 409 Prospect 
St., New Haven 11, Conn. 34, 1927 

Bair, Herbert H., 35 Bardwell St., South 
Hadley Falls, Mass. 

Baird, George B., 3214 E. 30th Ave., Spokane 
10, Wash. 

Baird, Lucius O., 580 Mayflower Rd., Clare- 
mont, Cal. 1891 

Bakeman, Robert A., R.D. 1, Alton, N. H. 1905 

Baker, Albert S., p.em., 2315 MaUe Way, 
Honolulu, T. H, 1904 

Baker, E. D., 800 Hargett St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Baker, Edward L., 315 S. Ninth St., Sabetha, 
Kan. 

Baker, Ernest Lester, 43 Sheridan St., Ha- 
verhill, Mass. 1894 

Baker, Gordon J., p.o.d., 3144 Overland Ave., 
Los Angeles 34, Cal. 270 

Baker, Marion Whetstone, Ch., 1800 Wash- 
burn Ave., Topeka, Kan. 1896 

Baker, Miss Myrtle I., Advance, Ind. 

Baker, Paul E., Asso. Dir. Ed., Hampton 
Institute, Washington, D. C. 1918 

Baker, Walter A., Box 105, Penney Farms, 
Fla. 1897 

Baker, Weltie E., Litchfield, Mich. 

Baker, WilUam H., 391 Vitoria Ave., Winter 
Park, Fla. 1887 

Balcom, Herbert Melvin, Ashby, Mass. 

Baldwin, Alfred Graham, p.o.d., Phillips Acad- 
emy, Andover, Mass. 1928 

Baldwin, Carl F., 316 W. Sixth St., Seymour, 
Ind. 

Baldwin, Clarence W., Ch. U.S. Army. 1941 

Baldwin, WilUam E., 1910 Gage Blvd., To- 
peka, Kan. 

Balfour, John H., Imlay City, Mich. 

Balian, Mihran P., p.o.d., Casilla de Corrco 
508, Buenos Aires, Argentina, S. A. 1936 

tBall, Arza R., Wrightstown, Ohio. 1929 

Ball, James E., Peterson, Iowa. 

Ballensky, James J., bus.. Box 452, Dos Palos, 
Cal. 1921 

BaUesteros, Carlos E., 823 Lawton St., Red- 
lands, Cal. 1933 

Ballmer, Isaiah Balcom, p.o.d., 729 N. Pros- 
pect St., Kansas City, Mo. 1908 

Ballou, Earle H. (A.B.C.F.M.) i.d.w., 150 
Fifth Ave., New York 11, N. Y. 1916 

Ballou, Henry Lincoln, p.em., Chester, Vt. 1895 

BaUou, John Kendrick, 378 S. Murphy Ave., 
Sunnyvale, Cal. 

BaUou, Luther, Phillipsburg, Ohio. 

[Ballou, WilUam John, deceased. 39 

Baltzer, Melbourne O., Main St., Southboro, 
Mass. 

Balzer, Jacob Frank, 408 E. 12th St., Crete, 
Neb. 8 



Band, Norwood E., 3422 Warden Dr., Phila- | 

delphia 29, Pa. | 

Banks, Harry F., bus.. Box 101, Trego, Wis. 1916 
Banks, Henry Benjamin, 1514 Mulberry Ave., 

Anniston, Ala. '. 

Banks, John D., 1906 Emmet St., Omaha 10, 

Neb. ; 

Banning, Andrew, Pf., 311 Hammond St., ■ 

Bangor, Me. 30, 1937 

Banninga, John J., 356 Pine Ave., Holland, 

Mich. 1901 I 

Baptist, John D., 1237 St. Charles St., Thi- j 

bodaux. La. 1916 ; 

[Barber, Jerome Milton, deceased. 39 i 

Barber, Laurence L., 11 Maple St., ArUngton 

74, Mass. 
Barber, Ray W., bus., 23221 Hollander St., 

Dearborn, Mich. 1921 

Barbour, John James, Chesterfield, Mass. 270 

Barbour, Thomas William, 12270 N. Huston 

St., North Hollywood, Cal. 1892 

Barbre, John R., Carmi, 111. 1982 • 

Bare, Carl Brenton, 138 BUss Rd., Newport, 

R. I. 27 

Barker, FrankUn W., p.em.. Box 174, Union- < 

ville, Conn. 1895 , 

Barker, James I., Tallassee, Ala. ' 

Barker, Leo Vaughn, 919 S. Main St., Goshen, *! 

Ind. - 1 

Barker, Otis W., 145 Warren ton Ave., Hart- ' 

ford 5, Conn. 1893 

Barker, Thomas, Warren, 111. 1891 i 

Barkhau, Harold W., Park Ave. & Nelson PI., : 

Newport, Ky. 
Barksdale, Robert Malcolm, 1719 Ninth St., ■ 

Bay City, Mich. 
Barnard, Alfred James, 55 Arborough Rd., 

RosUndale 31, Mass. 26 

Barnard, Orlo E., R.D. 3, Danbury, Conn. 
Barndt, William G. G., Ashland, Me. 
Barnes, Ernest Winfred, Sec, Y.M.C.A., Ard- 

more. Pa. 1918 > 

Barnes, Estle C, bus., 4023 Lamoreaux St., i 

Comstock Park, Mich. 1927 ' 

Barnes, Guy LesUe, 432 Keith Ave., Missoula, ] 

Mont. 
Barnes, Howard C, bus., R.D. 3, Kent, Ohio 1899 
Barnes, J., Box 133, Warsaw, N. C. 1919 I 

Barnes, Orville A., Appleton, Minn. J 

Barnes, Robert J., R.D. 1, Lakehill, Hayward, \ 

Wis. J 

Barnes, William D., 661 Bloomfield Ave., \ 

Bloomfield, Conn. ^ 

Barnett, John Wilbert, 15 Lynde St., Salem, 

Mass. " 1896 

Barnette, LesUe J., 2354 Carmel Ave., Racine, 

Wis. 
BarnhiU, Fredrick A., Ch. U.S. Army. 1936 

BarnhiU, Oscar F., Troy, N. C. 
Barnum, Orien Sherman, bus., R.D., Chelan, 

Wash. 1896 

Barr, Walter Browne, 2nd, 60 Crescent St., 

Middletown, Conn. i 

Barrett, D. P., Hickory, N. C. 1900 

Barrett, John C, bus., 4518 Pine St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 1931 
Barrett, Q. K., Ch. U.S. Army. 1930 
Barrows, Irvin, Faulkton, S. D. 1899 
Barsalou, George F., Forest City, Iowa. 
Barstow, Robbins Wolcott, Pr., 55 EUzabeth 

St., Hartford 5, Conn. 21, 32, 1916 

Barth, William L., Box 407, Tugunga, Cal. 1890 - 

Bartholomew, Lisle, Ch. U.S. Army. 1937 

Bartholomew, Noyes O., Wyanet, 111. \ 

Bartlett, Alden Eugene, Ev., Bartlett Manor, 

West Chester, Pa. 1897 ^ 

Bartlett, Charles Frederick, s.w., Jamestown, 

N. D. 1935 

[Bartlett, Ernest Clark, deceased. 40 

Bartlett, Henry M., Ch. U.S. Army. i 

Bartlett, HoUis M., 92 Coburn Ave., Worces- ; 

ter, Mass. 25 

Bartlett, Robert M. Plymouth Cong. Church, 

Lansing, Mich. 
Bartlett, WilUam HartneU, bus., 9 Mann Lot 

Rd., North Scituate, Mass. 1922 ^ 



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Bartley, William Tenney, Canaan, N. Y. 

Barton, Brice S., p.ern., Lincoln, Kan. 1900 

Barton, William P., 184 S. Walker St., Taun- 
ton, Mass. 

Bartter, Alfred H., 402 Mechanics St., Deco- 
rah, Iowa. 

Barwick, Arthur W., Ch. U.S. Army. 1912 

Bascom, Mrs. Elida Frost, Alstead, N. H. 1924 

Bascom, Eric W., Alstead, N. H. 

Bashford, Alfred E., Exeter, Neb. 

Bashore, Blair O., p.o.d.. Independence, Iowa. 1937 

Baskerville, Robert, T., Grays Harbor Jr. 
Coll., Aberdeen, Wash. 1915 

Bassett, Elton Kennedy, 63 Elm St., Woburn, 
Mass. 

[Bassler, Henry George, deceased. 40 

Bast, C. Wilham, 201 E. Sixth St., Atlantic, 
Iowa. 

Bast, Carl P., 515 First Ave., W., Williston, 
N. D. 

Bates, Henry Liberty, Dean em., Gales Creek 
Rd., Forest Grove, Ore. 1881 

Bates, Mrs. Juanita Breckenridge, 310 N. 
Aurora St., Ithaca, N. Y. 1892 

Batten, James H., 209 Marigold Ave., Corona 
Del iMar, Cal. 1895 

Bauer, Thorpe, Ch. U.S. Army. 1927 

Baughman, John, Louisville, 111. 

Bauman, Benjamin R., Bloomington, Wis. 

Bauman, E., R. 3, Fort Morgan, Colo. ( — ) 

Bauman, Elven K., 850 Fourth St., David 
City, Neb. 

Baumann, Gustav B., Minden, Iowa. 

Baumann, Hugo M., p.em., 201 E. Tokay St., 
Lodi, Cal. 1900 

Baumgardner, Gill M., bus., 641 Fultz St., 
Akron, Ohio. 1913 

Bawden, Raymond Chester, R. 1, Janesville, 

. Wis. 270 

Baxter, Nelson Irving, 603 College Ave., Iowa 
Falls, Iowa. 

Bayes, Ralph Ernest, s.w., 37 Lee St., Cam- 
bridge 39, Mass. 1908 

Bayne, John J, 2030 N. Lavergne Ave., Chi- 
cago 39, 111. 

Bayne, Veil M., R.D. 1, Trinity, Ala. 

Beach, David Nelson, 311 Temple St., New 
Haven 11, Conn. 9 

Beach, Reuel W., 41 Randall Ave., East Wey- 
mouth, Mass. 

Beach, Walter Burley, Montevideo, Minn. 

Beadle, Harry Annesley, c/o A. J. Hopper, 
Spring St., Southington, Conn. 1901 

Beale, MerrLU, 625 Madison St., Gary, Ind. 

Beale, T. F. Rutledge, 615 Wellington Ave., 
Chicago 14, 111. 38 

Beals, Charles Elmer, 114 Pleasant St., East 
Bridgewater, Mass. 1906 

Beam, Kenneth Stanley, s.w., 4412 Copeland 
Ave., San Diego 5, Cal. 1917 

Bean, Joseph P., Lineville, Ala. 

Beard, Albert G., bus., 224 Grant St., Plain- 
well, Mich. 1921 

Beard, Willard Livingstone, Century Farm, 
R.D. 2, Shelton, Conn. 1894 

Beard, William Spencer, R.D. 1, Uncasville, 
Conn. 1897 

Beardslee, Claude Gillette, P/., Lehigh Uni- 
versity, Bethlehem, Pa. 1914 

Beardslee, Lyndon S., 7 Church St., Westboro, 
Mass. 

Beardslee, Raymond A., 41 Wall St., Spring- 
field, Vt. 

Beardsley, Frank G., Zumbrota, Minn. 

Beardsley, Whitmore E., Ch. U.S. Army. 

Beaslev, Louis James, Ch. U.S. Army. 1935 

Beattie, John L., R.D. 2, Abingdon, Va. 1903 

Bebee, William Lome, 6ms., 1681 West St., 
Utica, N. Y. 1925 

Bechtel, PhiUp, p.em., Swett, S. D. 1895 

Bechtold, Paul F., R.D. 4, Kansas City, Kan. 

Bechtold, Warren, p.o.d., 1468 Westdale Rd., 
South Euclid, Ohio. 1922 

Beck, Foster ^I., 5757 University Ave., Chi- 
cago 37, 111. 1939 

Becker, Ernest A., Jr.. 20 Park PL, Lee, Mass. 



Becker, Hugo, 2831 N. E Seventh Ave.. Port- 
land 12, Ore. 
fBecker, James A., 1453 CaHfornia St., Denver, 

Colo. 1894 

Becker, John R., Box 241, Sutton, Neb. 
Becker, S. Theodore, 410 Third Ave., E., 

Mobridge, S. D. 
Becker, William, Ogallala, Neb. 
Beckwith, Kenneth D., 2 Hawthorne St., Bev- 
erly, Mass. 
Beddoes, Arthur E., 138 Washington St., E., 

Rushville, 111. 1896 

Bedford, Archie Burns, 319 W. Kennedy St., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Bedient, Marlin C, 593 Farmington Ave., 

Hartford 5, Conn. 270 

Bedikian, Antranig A., 152 E. 34th St., New 

York 16, N. Y. 
Bedrosian, Kapriel, 2234 S. Bronson St., Los 

Angeles 16, Cal. 
Beebe, Ralph J., Clarion, Iowa. 
Beebe, Richard Knowles, Cornwall, Conn. 
Beene, Dow B., Pf., 4 W. 93rd St., New York 

25, N. Y. 1911 

Beffa, Verne D., p.o.d., Lovell, Wyo. 1940 

Beggs, David McCullough, 120 Second St., 

S.E., Hampton, Iowa. 
Behler, Anton, My., Urdinarrain, Entre Rios, 

Argentina, S. A. 1942 

Beisiegel, Jacob J., Hollansburg, Ohio. 
Beittel, Adam Daniel, Dean, Guilford College, 

GuUford, N. C. 1925 

Bekeschus, Paul C, 3720 Alaska Ct., Cin- 
cinnati 29, Ohio. 
Belknap, C. Leroy, Summer Hill, 111. 
Bell, Aylesworth B., 2442 York St., Blue Is- 
land, m. 
Bell, Edgar L., Ch. U.S. Navy. 1929 

Bell, Enoch Frye, Sec, 14 Beacon St., Boston 

8, Mass. 16, 26, 1902 

Bell, Franklin G., 1209 E. Butler St., Olney, 

111. 
Bell, Thomas J., Y.M.C.A., Brockton, Mass. 
Bellingham, Ernest R., 636 Second Ave., N., 

Glasgow, Mont. 
Bender, William A., Tougaloo College, Touga- 

loo. Miss. 
Benedict, Elmer W., 271 E. Ninth St., Pitts- 
burg, Cal. 
Benedict, Herbert Hawthorne, Seabrook, N. 

H. 
Bengston, Ernest L. Jr., Granby, Conn. 270 

Bennett, Clarence S., bus., R.D. 1, Jefferson- 

viUe, Ohio. 1914 

Bennett, Fred Donald, Ch. U.S. Navy. 
Bennett, James Gordon, 3805 Third Ave. S., 

Minneapolis 8, Minn. 
Bennett, John Coleman, Pf., 3041 Broadway, 

New York 27, N. Y. 8, 9, 22, 1939 

Bennett, John N., White Oaks, Holhster, Mo. 1922 
Bennett, Joseph Henry, 234 Central Ave., 

Campbell, Cal. 
Bennett, Loyal V., R.D. 1, Salem, Ohio. 1923 

Bennett, Perez N., Weaverville, Cal. 
Bennett, Richard H., 52 Willow St., Belmont 

78, Mass. 8 

Bennett, Simon A., St., 55 Warwick Rd., 

Muncie, Ind. 8, 23, 1913 

Bennett, Thomas E., Pittsford, Mich. 
Benninger, S. C, Box 345, Grand Chain, 111. 
Benson, Ernest L., 480 Columbia Ave., Elgin, 

111. 1897 

Benson, Frank T., 3763 Seventh St., E., Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1924 

Benson, Vernon E. F., Harlan, Iowa. 
Bent, David F., 140 E. Blake Ave., Columbus 

2, Ohio. 
Bentall, Alfred A., bus., 910 W. Shiawassee 

St.. Lansing, Mich. 1902 

Bentley, Benjamin C, p.o.d.. 186 St. Jonius 

PI., Brooklyn 17, N. Y. 1933 

Bentley, Harold B., Spencer, Mass. 
Bentley, Robert A., 807 Seventh Ave.. S.. 

Clinton, Iowa. 
Beougher, Sanford L., 417 Monroe St., Delta, 

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Berckman, WUliam O., R. 3, Box 18, Lake- 
land, Fla. 1897 
Berg, John Wesley, bus., 979 Downing St., 

Denver 3, Colo. 1927 

Bergen, Harry H., 61 North St., Walton, N. Y. 
Berger, William Ellsworth, Ch. U.S. Army. 1942 
Berggren, Walter C, Polk City, Iowa. 
Berghoefer, Frederick J., 1722 N. Park Ave., 

Chicago, LU. 
Bergman, Carl John, Ch. U.S. Army. 1920 

Bergman, Franklin H., Madison, Minn. 
Bergsman, Erick, Granite Falls, Minn. 
Bergsman, Lee D., Old South Church, Boston 

16, Mass. 270 

Bergstedt, Axel, p.o.d., 98 French Ave., Brock- 
ton 37, Mass. 1907 
Berkeley, William George, 137 Manchester St., 

Nashua, N. H. 1906 

Berle, Adolf Augustus, Lee, 27 W. 44th St., 

New York 18, N. Y. 1887 

Berreman, George Curtis, 232 E. Main St., 

Weiser, Ida. 
Berriman, WilUam, R.D. 9, Norwichtown, 

Conn. 
Berry, James T., R. 2, Phillips, Me. 1898 

Berry, John Ervin, 1930 Warren St., San 

Fernando, Cal. 1914 

Berry, John Paris, 321 W. Jefferson St., 

Phoenix, Ariz. 1891 

Berry, Kenneth W., s.w., Randolph, Vt. 1935 

Berry, Lawrence W., 356 Lenox St., New 

Haven 16, Conn. 
BesseUevre, William C, Ch. U.S. Army. 1918 

Best, Allen C, coll. p., Forest Home, Ithaca, 

N. Y. 1938 

Best, Archibald C, Craig, Colo. 
Best, John, 310 Florence Ave., Normal, lU. 1900 
Bettenhausen, Elmer W., Selby, S. D. 
Betz, Alhson R., Sylvan, Wash. 1904 

Bevan, Vernon F., Ch. U.S. Army. 
Beverage, Albion P., i.d.w., 11 Williams St., 

Rockville, Md. 1942 

Bewer, Julius A., Pf., 606 W. 122nd St., New 

York 27, N. Y. 1906 

Bewkes, Eugene Garrett, Pf., Gate House 

Brookside, Ridge St., Rye, N. Y. 1922 

Beyer, Richard F., 137 N. State St., Concord, 

N. H. 8 

Bibiloni, Eduardo, Aponte St., No 4, San- 

turce, P. R. 
Bicket, Willard A., Ch. U.S. Army. 1936 

Biddle, Eugene L., Deerfield, Mass. 
Biddle, Roger E., Southwick, Mass. 270 

Bidwell, Charles A., 402 N. Main St., Andover, 

Mass. 
tBielefield, John H. 1907 

Bigelow, Frank E., Penney Farms, Fla. 1897 

BilUngs, Osmond J., 308 Main St., West New- 
bury, Mass. 
Billingsley, Richard T., Ch. U.S. Army. 
Bingham, Brewster, A.B.C.F.M. 1935 

Binkhorst, Arie, Sec, 302 Yale St., OUvet, 

Mich. 1895 

Birch, Guy R., Cambridge, Neb. 
Birge, John Kingsley, (A.B.C.F.M.) T., 139 

Broadmead St., Princeton, N. J. 1914 

Bishop, Frederick John, s.w., USO Hdqtrs., 

Orange St., Wilmington, N. C. 1922 

Bishop, James Harold, Ch. U.S. Army. 1941 

Bissell, Henry Martyn, 6ms., 2611 E. Fifth St., 

Vancouver, Wash. 1914 

Bissell, Shelton, 1460 E. Orange Grove Ave., 

Pasadena 4, Cal. 1902 

Bissell, WilUam Foster, Saxtons River, Vt. 1902 
Bissey, Charles J., 7114 W. 44th Ave., Wheat 

Ridge, Colo. 1933 

[Bixler, James Wilson, deceased. 40 

Black, Archibald, 11 Plymouth St., Montclair, 

N. J. 
Black, Floyd H., Pr., Box 1S3, Sofia. Bulgaria. 1917 
Black, Ira Donald, p. at I., 501 N. Wittenberg 

Ave., Springfield, Ohio. 1931 

Black, May Gabel, 501 N. Wittenberg Ave., 

Springfield, Ohio. 1940 

Black, OHver Kenneth, i.d.w., 297 Fourth 
Ave., New York 10, N. Y. 8, 1933 



Black, Robert F., Park Falls, Wis. 1902 

Blackburn, John F., 1542 S. Gordon St., S.W., 
Atlanta, Ga. 1895 

Blackburn, W. S., Lyndon, Kan. 1888 

Blackford, Horace V., 54 High St., Three 
Rivers, Mass. 

Blacklidge, John H., 608 Willis Ave., Syracuse 
4, N. Y. 38 

Blackman, John Carroll, 3423 Classen Blvd., 
Oklahoma City 6, Okla. 

Blackmer, Edmund F., Belchertown, Mass. 1895 

Blackmer, Walter Raymond, Westminster, Vt. 

Blackmon, Andrew Jack, w.s., Hanford, Wash. 

1933 

Blackwell, Harry Lee, 1722 Oakfield St., Nor- 
folk, Va. 1915 

Blackwell, James Pilley, R. 1, Rutledge, Ala. 1917 

Blair, David George, 2944 W. Ave., 33, Los 
Angeles 41, Cal. 1893 

Blair, W. Walter, bus., 3344 Portland Ave., 
Miimeapolis 7, Minn. 1899 

Blaisdell, Allen Carrier, s.w., 1606 La Vereda 
St., Berkeley 4, Cal. 1923 

Blaisdell, James A., Pr. em., 7803 Prospect PL, 
LaJoUa, Cal. 1892 

Blake, Everett C, A.B.C.F.M. 1927 

Blakely, Quincy, 44 Bishop Rd., West Hart- 
ford 7, Conn. 1898 

Blakesley, Robert I., 20 Windsor Rd., WeUes- 
ley Hills 82, Mass. 

Blakeway, Herbert Norris, bus., 8525 S. Car- 
penter St., Chicago 20, lil. 1919 

Blakney, Raymond B., Ch. U.S. Army. 

Blamberg, Siegmar Francis, Jr., Am. Red Cross, 
Walnut Lane, Philadelphia 44, Pa. 1939 

Blanchard, Edward B., South St., Barre, 
Mass. 1892 

Blanchard, Ferdinand Q., Euclid Ave. & E. 
96th St., Cleveland 6, Ohio. 

7, 8, 9, 12, 16, 21, 22 

Blanchard, Myles D., Westmoreland Depot, 
N. H. 

Blankenship, Perry M., 20 Chestnut St., Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Blanning, Howard A., Benton Harbor, Mich. 8 

Blaze, Arthur K., 26 Linden St., Schenectady 
4, N. Y. 

BUsh, Frank M., Kirkland, Wash. 

BUss, Alfred V, Sherborn, Mass. 

BHss, Charles Bemis, West Brookfield, Mass. 1903 

Bliss, Daniel, Ch. U.S. Army. 18 

Bliss, Leon D., p.em.. Box 2, Atascadero, 
Cal. 1889 

Blodgett, Emerson Floyd, 1 Highland Rd., 

Wellesley81, Mass. 29 

[Blodgett, Ernest Alvin, deceased. 40 

Blomfield, Stanley F., Tavares, Fla. 
tBloom, Gustav D., Sweden. 1916 

Bloom, Joseph Vernon, p.em., 110 N. G St., 
Oxnard, Cal. 1907 

Blossom, Chauncey Edward, 2624 Rockefeller 
St., Everett, Wash. 

Blough, Homer Earl, Ch. U.S. Army. 1923 

Blough, John H., 1010 White St., Grand Junc- 
tion, Colo. 

Blue, Elijah J., Box 243, Aberdeen, N. C. 1902 

Blueeyes, Thomas, Kirley, S. D. 1929 

Blundon, Leslie W., Ch. U.S. Army. 1922 

Blunt, Harry B., BeUe Fourche, S. D. 

Blvth, Robert Bayne, 4490 Broadale Rd., 
Cleveland 9, Ohio. 

Boadway, Raymond L., 467 Fourth St., 
Manistee, Mich. 

Boardman, Charles Watkins, 338 Grove St., 
Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

Boardman, Harry L., c/o Far View Ranch, 
MarysviUe, Cal. 1893 

Boaz, Roy Delp, p.o.d., 606 N. Mill St., North 
Manchester, Ind. 1923 

Bockoven, John C, 214 W. Walnut St., Saint 
Charles, lU. 

Bockoven, Paul J., 619 Buchanon St., To- 
peka, Kan. 

Boden, Reynold Blomerley, 2445 W. Wash- 
ington Blvd., Los Angeles 7, Cal. 

Bodge, J. Everett, Hopkinton, Mass. 



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[Bodman, Frederick Harlan, deceased. 40 

Boerner, Theodore A., p.em.. Port Washington, 
Wis. 19 le 

Boettcher, Alvin Herman, Reinbeck, Icwa. 

Boettcher, Russell W., 1514 McCausland Ave., 
Saint Louis 17, Mo. 

Bohn, William Frederick, Asst. to Pr., 285 Oak 
St., Oberlin, Ohio. 11,1902 

Boicourt, William, 12 Upland Rd., Water- 
town 72, Mass. 1900 

Boisen, Anton T., P/., 5757 University Ave., 
Chicago 37, 111. 1911 

Boland, Almon T., Haverhill, N. H. 

Bollinger, Edward T., Fraser, Colo. 

Bollman, Oscar Philip, 156 S. Main St., Romeo, 
Mich. 

Bomers, Arthur Edward, 210 W. Grand Cross- 
ing Blvd., Mobridge, S. D. 

Bond, Claude, Ch. U.S. Army. 

Bond, L. Donald, 3342 W. 64th PI., Chicago 
29, 111. 

Bond, Lester E., Ch. U.S. Army. 

Bond, Theodore Milton, i.d.w., 52 Prospect 
St., Binghamton, N. Y. 1919 

Booch, Harold L., 918 Division Ave., Tacoma 
3, Wash. 

Booker, Vernon Libby, Nome, Alaska. 

Boomgaarden, N. J. O., p.o.d., Box 52, Alexan- 
der, Iowa. 1934 

Boone, Amos R., 223 N. School St., Lodi, Cal. 

Booth, A. Lynn, p.o.d., 1304 Genesee St., 
Utica, N. Y. 1927 

[Booth, Harold G., deceased. 

Booth, Robert H., 1205 Coral Rd., Waycross, 
Ga. 

Booth, Vincent Ravi, 1 Monument Ave., Ben- 
nington, Vt. 

Booth, Walter Peter, 825 Morris St., Ogdens- 
burg, N. Y. 1923 

Boothby, Clayton D., R.D. 10, Fairfield, 
Conn. 

Borden, Evart P., R. 1, Box 144B, Oregon 
City, Ore. 

Boren, Frank E., Kenwood, Cal. 

Bossing, Nelson L., Pf., 5620Edgewater Blvd., 
Minneapolis 7, Minn. 1918 

[Bosworth, Anthony R., deceased. 40 

Bosworth, Edward F., Pf., 78 S. Professor St., 
Oberhn, Ohio. 1923 

Bosworth, Linneus M., 145 Pleasant St., 
Attleboro, Mass. 1891 

Bosworth, Theodore K., Douglass, Kan. 
[Boult, WiUiam Thomas, deceased. 40 

Bouman, Dennis D., 27 Locust St., James- 
town, N. Y. 

Bourne, Alexander P., Mattapoisett, Mass. 1895 

Bourne, Donald S., Ch. U.S. Army. 1938 

Bourne, Grant Rogers, 61 Freeborn Ave., 
East Providence 14, R. I. 

Bourner, Charles A., 128 Groton Ave., Cort- 
land, N. Y. 1911 

Bousman, Gary Alfred, Ch. U.S. Army. 1940 

Bouton, Tilton C. H., Box 863, Saint Peters- 
burg, Fla. 1881 

Boutte, Armand V., bus., 2531 S. Galvez St., 
New Orleans 15, La. 1912 

Bowden, Daniel Joseph, Elon College, N. C. 

Bowden, Henry M., State Line, Mass. 1886 

Bowdish, Austin Craig, R. 1, Lake Wales, 
Fla. 1901 

Bowen, Richard H., 116 Park PI., Canan- 
; daigua, N. Y. 

Bower, Franklin A., Madison, Conn. 

Bower, Porter, 2127 Riverside Dr., Dayton 5, 
Ohio. 

Bowers, Roy Edwin, 1241 Granger Ave., Lake- 
wood 7, Ohio. 1898 

Bowers, Thurman F., Ch. U.S. Army. (— ) 

Bowlby, Noble O., 161 S. Main St., Franklin, 
N. H. 

Bown, Frank A., 001 E. Main St., Walla 
Walla, Wash. 1897 

Boyce, Gerald E., 245 Park Rd., Point Pleas- 
ant, N. Y. 
tBoyd, George Washington, Ga. 1922 



Boyd, James Erwin, 6ms., Box 231, Newark, 

N. J. 1938 

Boyd, William C, R. 1, Box 133, Heniet, Cal. 
Boyd, William T., Flasher, N. D. 
Boy kin, W. T., Lucoma, N. C. (— ) 

Boynton, Edward C, 1 Heathcote Rd., 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 14, 16 

Boynton, Morrison Russell, 70 Sumner St., 

Newton Center 59, Mass. 7, 9, 21, 27 

Bozarth, Howard P., 892 Main St., Walpole, 

Mass. 
Bozell, Ray, R. 5, Edinburg, Ind. 
Bradbury, Clarence J., Gomer, Ohio. 
Bradbury, Jesse M., 101 Pike St., Palestine, 

111. 
Braden, Wayne L., Ch. U.S. Army. 
Bradford, Arthur Howe, 20 Diman PI., Prov- 
idence 6, R. I. 7 
Bradford, Walter P., Ch. U.S. Army. 1915 
Bradley, Dwight J., Lee, East Haddam, 

Conn. 1915 

Bradley, Edward E., Stockbridge, Mass. 1893 

Bradley, Mrs. Ellen P., Monroe, Wash. 
Bradley, Henry Stiles, Mount Dora, Fla. 1893 

Bradshaw, Harold C, 1204 Boundary St.. Red 

Oak, Iowa. 
Bradshaw, Marion J., Pf., 319 Union St., 

Bangor, Me. 30, 1912 

Bradv, Donald D., Richmond, Mich. 
Brady, E. Carl, Box 26, Hemp, N. C. 
[Brakemeyer, Gustav L., deceased. 
Brammer, MerrellM., 1431 Scenic Ave., Lake- 
wood, Ohio. 
Brammer, Mrs. Minnie, R. 3, Maysville, Ky. 1903 
Branch, Edward Briant, i.d.w. 211 W. 

Broadway, Fort Worth 4, Tex. 1940 

Brandt, Marvin R., St., Box 1776, Fargo, 

N. D. 18, 24, 1914 

Braselton, W. Emmett, Box 1582, North 

Miami, Fla. 
Brave, Benjamin, Laplant, S. D. 1928 

Breck, Charles A., Lochmere, N. H. 1894 

Breed, Noel J., 116 W. Willow St., Stockton 17, 

Cal. 
Brehm, William Earl, 1321 Prairie Ave., Des 

Plaines, 111. 
Brenneman, Curvin E., Williams Bay, Wis. 
Brenning, Abraham, Box 742, Hardin, Mont. 
Bretnall, George Herbert, bus.. Box 403, Shep- 

herdstown, W. Va. 1908 

Brewster, Charles T., 710 Poyntz Ave., Man- 
hattan, Kan. 
Brewster, Herbert, Lanai City, T. H. 
Brice, John, Sedalia, N. C. 
Briddon, Albert L., De Ruyter, N. Y. 
Bridge, Robert T., s.w., 533 Meander St., 

Abilene, Tex. 1915 

Bridges, John N., 3035 E. 94th St., Seattle, 

Wash. 
Bridwell, Charles W., P.O. Box 441, Denver 1, 

Colo. 
Briggs, Belinda May, 601 Newport Ave., South 

Attleboro, Mass. 
Briggs, Frank L., 601 Newport Ave., South 

Attleboro, Mass. 
[Briggs, Leslie Burdette, deceased. 40 

Briggs, Raleigh Robert, Box 359, Suffolk, Va. 
Briley, Charles S., 144 S. Culver St., Logan, 

Ohio. 1903 

Brinchfield, J. J., Burlington, N. C. 1937 

Brink, Frederick, 1437 12th St., Mohne, 111. 
Brinkmeyer, Elmer G., 2710 15th St., Co- 
lumbus, Neb. 
Bristol, Mrs. Maud Fowler, Atwood, 111. 
Bristow, Mrs. Marjorie C, 118 North St., 

Batavia, N. Y. 1914 

Brittle, Richard E., R.D. 1, Suffolk, Va. 
Britton, Erwin Adelbert, 35122 Main St., 

Wayne, Mich. 
Bro, Mrs. Margueritte Harmon, Frances 

Shimer Jr. College, Mount Carroll, 111. 1919 

Broadbent, Charles D., South Coventry, Conn. 270 
Brock, George A., 127 Circular St., Saratoga 

Springs, N. Y. 
Brockner, Herbert Edward, 33 Walnut St., 

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Brockway, Walter P., Hollis, N. H. 
[Brodie, Andrew Melrose, deceased. 40 

Brodie, Jackson A., 1130 Cooper St., Camden, 

N. J. 1915 

Brodie, Robert B., 146 W. 117th St., New 

York 26, N. Y. 
Brodt, Robert, 602 E. Third St., Eureka, Kan. 
Brokaw, Augustus D., 3240 Fifth Ave., S., 

Minneapolis 8, Minn. 
Brokenshire, Gordon, p.o.d.. Orange City, 

Fla. 1930 

Bromley, Norman Isaac, 9 Park St., Water- 

vill