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Forty-first Annual Report For the Year ending M a y 1st, 1915 of the

W o m a n ’sBoard of

Foreign Missions of the

Reformed Church in America Incorporated 1892 (undertheLaws oftheStateofNew York)

R E F O R M E D C H U R C H BUILDING TWBNTY-FIVB EAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET, N E W YORK


OFFICERS PRESIDENT.

M rs. D avid J. B urrell , 248 West 75th St., N’ew York City.

VICE-PRESIDENTS. M rs. E d w a r d G. Ja n e w a y , 138 East 65th St, New York City. M rs . P hilip V a n A lstine , Spring Valley, N. Y.

RECORDING SECRETARY. M rs. D e W itt K n o x , 1748 Broadway, New York City.

C ORRESPONDING SECRETARY.

Miss 0. H. L a w r e n c e , 25 East 22d St., New York City. TREASURER. Miss G ertrude D odd , 150 West 59th St, New York City.

FOREIGN C ORRESPONDING SECRETARIES. China, India, Japan, Arabia,

M rs. Jo h n G. F agg , 34 Gramercy Park, New York City. Miss K a t h a r i n e V a n -Nest, 301 West 109th St., New York City. M rs. M. B. N orris, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. M rs. E. E. O lcott, 322 West 75th St, New York City.

R O O M SECRETARY. M iss E liza P o l h e m u s C obb, 25 East 22d St., New York City.

S E C R E T A R Y OF T H E S E W I N G GUILD. M rs. F. A. B a l d w i n , 801 West End Ave., New York Gty.

C H A I R M A N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S COMMITTEE.

Miss A lice P ool, 249 78th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. S E C R E T A R Y O F B A B Y ROLL. M rs. H a m i l t o n V. M eeks , North Bergen, N. J.

S E C R E T A R Y F O R CHILDREN’S WORK.

Miss L ouise G. Z abriskie, 878 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. S E C R E T A R Y F O R Y O U N G PEOPLE’S WORK.

M r.H. A. K inports, 25 East 22d St., New York City. EDITOR O F MISSION GLEANER. M rs. Jo h n W. C o n k l i n , 263 Belleville Ave., Newark, N. J.

EDITOR O F D A Y STAR. -

M iss A. W. Storer , New Brunswick, N. J.


MANAGERS M rs. E d w a r d B. C oe, 42 West 52d St., New York City. Miss O. H. L a w r e n c e , 25 East 22d St, New York City. M rs . E d w a r d G. Ja n e w a y , 138 East 65th St., New York City. " D avid J. B urrell , 248 West 75th St., New York City. “ F. S. D ouglas , 1019 Broad St, Newark, N. J. “ D e W itt K n o x , 1748 Broadway, N e w York City. “ M. B. N orris, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. “ H a m i l t o n V. M eeks , Church Lane, North Bergen, N. J. M iss K a t h a r i n e V a n N est,301 West 109th St, New York City. M rs. A. D e W. M a s o n , 222 Garfield Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. “ Jo h n G. F agg , 34 Gramercy Park, New York City. “ I. W. GowpN, Church Lane, North Bergen, N. J. “ P hilip V a n A lstine , Spring Valley, N. Y. • “ E. E. O lcott, 322 West 75th St, New York City. M iss G ertrude D odd, 150 West 59th St., New York City. . M rs. V. H. Y o u n g m a n , 210 Madison Ave., New York City. Miss M. L ouise E d w a r d s , 145 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. M rs. D. B. V a n H o u t e n , 74 S. Broadway, Tarrytown, N. Y. “ Jo h n W. C o n k l i n , 263 Belleville Ave., Newark, N. J. “ E lijah S. C o w l e s , 282 Barrow St., Jersey City, N. J. “ M. H. H u t t o n , 40 Union St, New Brunswick, N. J. Miss M a u d S. C l a r k , 1130 Anderson Ave., New York City. “ A. S. W y ckoff , 95 Clinton Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. M rs. F. A. B a l d w i n , 801 West End Ave., New York City. M iss L ouise G. Z abriskie, 878 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. “ A lice P ool, 249 78th St, Brooklyn, N. Y. * M rs. M a l c o l m J. M c L eod, 151 Central Park West, New York City. M iss M atilda M. N a s h , 27 Ten Broeck St, Albany, N. Y. M rs. J. M. M o n t g o m e r y , 801 West End Ave., New York City. “ F. W. T o w l , 794 Carroll St, Brooklyn, N. Y.

EXECUTIVE C O M M I T T E E M rs. D. J. B urrell , President. M iss O. H. L a w r e n c e . a K a t h a r i n e V a n N est. M rs. J. G. F agg . it H. V. M eeks . ii J. W. C o n k l i n . Miss L ouise G. Z abriskie. . u A lice P ool.

M rs. E. G. Ja n e w a y . P. V a n A lstine. ii D eW itt K n o x . M iss G ertrude D odd . . M rs. E. E. O lcott . M M. B. N orris. it F. A. B a l d w i n .


H O N O R A R Y VICE-PRESIDENTS •

Miss K ate F r e l i n g h u y s e n , Somerville, N. J. M rs. J. F. Z w e m e r , 64 West 14th St., Holland, Mich. " C. V. R. G ilmore , 60 East 12th St., Holland, Mich. “ R. H. Jo l de r s m a , Grand Rapids, Mich. “

“ “ “ “ Miss

Jared V a n W a g e n e n , S r ., Lawyersville, N. Y. J. J. Ja n e w a y , 192 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick, N. J.

J. B. D r u r y , 218 Redmond St, New Brunswick, N. J. S. B. Joslin , 714 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y. R. V e n e k l a s e n , Zeeland, Mich. A. M. S a n d h a m , 177 East 79th St., New York City. M rs . C. L. W ells, 499 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. “ W. B ancroft H ill, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. “ F inley J. S h epard , 579 Fifth Ave., New York City. ■ “ Jo h n H. R a v e n , New Brunswick, N. J. ** W i l u a m B. Jo n es , Castleton, N. Y. “ H e n r y E. C obb , 370 West End Ave., New York City. “ J. S. N. D e m a r e s t , Queens, N. Y. “ E. V a n d e W e r k e n , Nyack, N. Y. J. D. K eith , 151 Academy St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. “ W. R. B e n n e t t , 7905 Ridge Boulevard, Brooklyn, N. Y. M iss J. A t w a t e r , 843 Carroll St, Brooklyn, N. Y. “ K a t he r i n e C. B r a y t o n , 1105 Park Ave., Utica, N. Y. “ A. V. W. F isher , Passaic St, Hackensack, N. J “ A. T. V a n Santvoord , 322 West 75th St, New York City. “ E. P. C obb, 25 East 22d St, New York City. M rs. A. H a g e m a n , 1239 Herkimer St, Brooklyn, N. Y. M iss S. B. R eynolds , Albany Ave., Kingston, N. Y. M rs. G eorge S. B ishop , East Orange, N. J. M iss S a r a h L. Ja c k s o n , Freehold, <N. J. " M. 0. D uryee , 62 Washington St, Newark, N. J. M rs. J. S. H o g a n , 219 Townsend St, New Brunswick, N. J. “ W. I. C h a m b e r l a i n , 25 East 22d St, New York City. M iss A n n a E. G a s t o n , 180 Lexington Ave., Passaic, N. J. “ H enrietta Z w e m e r , 353 Central Ave., Holland, Mich. M rs.Joseph W a l ke r , Jr ., 45 East 57th St., New York City. " P. A. M a c L e a n , 864 President St, Brooklyn, N. Y. “ H e n r y J. S cudder , Athenia, N. J. “ G. H. B lakeslee , 1001 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y. “ A. L. Stillwell , 30 N. Bridge St, Somerville, N. J.


STANDING COMMITTEES •...

N O M I N A T I N G COMMITTEE.

Mrs. <E. G. Janeway, Chairman. Mrs. J. G. Fagg Miss Van Nest Miss O. H. Lawrence Mrs. DeWitt Knox Mrs. F. S. Douglas M I S S I O N A R Y C A N D I D A T E COMMITT E E . Mrs. John G. Fagg, Chairman. The Treasurer and the Corresponding Secretaries. H O S P I T A L E N D O W M E N T C O M M ITT E E . Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

Miss Gertrude Dodd, Chairman Mrs. W. R. Bennett A. DeW. Mason Miss A. V. W. Fisher C. V. R. Gilmore Mrs. W. Bancroft Hill J. D. Keith Mrs. P. A. MacLean W. I. Chamberlain P U B L I CATION C O M M ITTEE.

Miss K. Van Nest, Chairman. Miss E. P. Cobb Mrs. J. W. Conklin Mrs. E. B. Coe and the Corresponding Secretaries and Treasurer. S E W I N G GUILD. Mrs. F. A. Baldwin, Chairman. Miss Mary L. Powles Miss Maud S. Clark Miss Sarah A. Bussing Mrs. V. H. Youngman Mrs. F. F. Woodward Mrs. Joseph Walker, Jr. Mrs. John A. Chisholm Mrs. E. Vande Werken Miss Annie E. Totten Miss Anne B. Littell and the Foreign Corresponding Secretaries. » Mrs. DeWitt Knox

Y O U N G P E O P L E ’S W O R K . Miss O. H. Lawrence CIRCULATING LIBRARY.

Miss E. P. Cobb

Miss Maud S. Clark O R I E N T A L COSTUME.

Miss E. P. Cobb, Chairman. Miss Florence K. Geer Miss Mabel B. Littell Miss Anna F. Bacon Miss Leila Hart


C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K

Chairman, Miss Alice Pool, 249 78th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Vice-Chairman, Miss Henrietta Zwemer, 353 Central Ave., Holland, Mich. Miss Anne B. Littell, 24 James St., Newark, N. J. Mrs. C. Edward Mapes, 1228 Front Ave., N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich. Miss Sarah A. Bussing, 117 West 58th St, New York City. " Evelina Deyo, 64 West 47th St., New York City. ” M. L. Powles, 40 Prospect Drive,* Park Hill, Yonkers, N. Y. w Anna F. Bacon, Sagamore Road, Bronxville, N. Y. . “ Carolyn Duryee, 1827 Hackensack Road, North Bergen, N. J. “ A. W. Van Cleef, 308 Academy St, Jersey City, >N. J. “ Mabel B. Littell, 24 James St, Newark, N. J. “ Florence K. Geer, 959 Anderson Ave., New York City. “ Catharine M. Lott, 20 Mackay Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. “ Edith Mastin, 111 West 70th St, New York City. “ Laura E. Wilber, Bishop Place, New Brunswick, N. J. “ Jeanette Westveer, 205 College Ave., Holland, Mich. “ Reka Riksen, 22 West 12th St, Holland, Mich. ' “ Elizabeth W. Conklin, 263 Belleville Ave., Newark, N. J. “ Ida Jelleme, 95 Lafayette Ave., Passaic, N. J. " Gertrude Bruyn, 167 Main St, Kingston, N. Y. “ Sarah B. Cowles, 282 Barrow St, Jersey City, N. J. “ 'Nita von Schlieder, 90 Essex St., Hackensack, N. J. “ Katharine Lyons, 269 West End Ave., New York City. “ Ethel Secor,, 251 Sheridan Ave., Albany, N. Y. “ Leila Hart, 960 Anderson Ave., New York City.


FORTY-FIRST A N N U A L MEETING The Forty-first Anniversary of the W o m a n ’s Board of Foreign Missions was held on Tuesday, M a y 11th, 1915, in the First Reformed Church in N e w Brunswick, N. J. The day was most lovely, bright and clear, and the church gaily decorated with white lilacs, wild columbine and hawthome. F r o m the galleries streamed the flags of all nations, and from the pulpit the Stars and Stripes. There was a goodly company from far and near to listen to the words of welcome given in graceful wise by Mrs. J. C a m p ­ bell White. Then followed the President with her message, which was contained in these words, “Lord what wilt thou have m e to do.” It was with aching hearts w e heard of the lonely missionary w h o mourns the loss of her husband in the wrecked “Lusitania”— dear Mrs. Beattie. M a y the Lord be her shield and comforter at this time! The statement of the Treasurer showed that the total receipts of the year were $88,074.55, the amount paid over to Synod Board being from $2,500 to $3,000 less than our appropriations. The Treasurer appealed to the loyalty of the w o m e n to make up the deficiency. Mrs. Baldwin described the joy of the missionaries over the arrival of the Sewing Guild boxes— the many uses to which the contents were put— and ended by asking for the thou­ sand petticoats still needed to be sent in by fall. Dr. Searle presented the list of managers to be nominated by the w o m e n present, and the list was ratified as read. “The Three W h o Learned H o w , ” Miss Bessie M . Ogsbury told us, were the missionaries w h o had received “power,” the Chinese w o m e n whose Christian education was beginning to tell so wonderfully, and the American Christian w o m a n whose op­ portunity is almost endless. The missionaries were presented by Mrs. Burrell. Mrs. John Scudder was the first, and every one rose almost involuntarily in honor and respect for the elect lady. H o w m a n y years of faith­ ful service and growth in every direction she has experienced!


Then Mrs. Calverley, M.D., of Arabia, described some of the opportunities of work among the Moslem w o m e n — one could see the group of veiled women, of every condition, from jewels and silk to rags, all sitting on the m u d floor to pray. Mrs. D e Free brought a greeting from China and a request for our prayers and more helpers from one of the Chinese women. Mrs. Barney of Arabia and Miss Moulton followed— the latter sang delightfully two Japanese hymns, and asked our prayers for Ferris Seminary, in the service of which she has spent twenty-five years. It was said of her that she had awakened the soul of the Japanese girl by her music. The object of the oflfering, “The Enlargement of the Girls' Nor­ mal School at Chittoor,” was presented by Mrs. Henry J. Scudder, w h o told of Mr. and Mrs. Beattie's great interest in the school, which helped girls to be self-respecting and self-supporting and supplied teachers and Bible w o m e n to the surrounding missions. After the offering was taken w e had the great pleasure of listening to our beloved physician, Dr. Ida S. Scudder of India. She spoke of the loss sustained this year by the Arcot Mission from whose roll of workers five have been taken. She pleaded for a large vision of the world’s need, that w e might stand with Christ on the mountain top and be filled with His compassion for the multitude. W e were told that $10,000 is still required to complete the sum of $34,000 to be raised by Dr. Scudder for the much needed new hospital with one hundred beds— and pri­ vate wards. , W e know the self-effacing lives of our medical missionaries. Let us pray that some heart m a y be touched to give this sum. “Prayers of love like raindrops fall, Tears of pity are cooling dew, A n d dear to the heart of our Lord are all W h o suffer like H i m in the good they do.” After a beautiful luncheon, to which all were invited by the Rev. Mr. Hogan, pastor of the church, in the chapel adjoining, the congregation reassembled. A most interesting address on “S o m e African W o m e n , ” awakening new sympathy for dark sisters, was given by Miss Jean K. Mackenzie. Miss Lawrence


presented the object of the afternoon offering, suggesting that w e raise the $1,500 needed for the enlargement of the Girls’ Normal Training School at Chittoor, as a Beattie Memorial. F r o m Miss S. Hiwali of India, a student in America, came a valuable testimonial to the life and work of the foreign mis­ sionary. She spoke of the difficulties they had to surmount and of the way they both lived and preached Christ. She presented in herself a charming proof of the value of Christian schools for girls in the East. Mrs. Douglas expressed the thanks of the managers for the gracious hospitality of the churches of N e w Brunswick and to all w h o contributed in any way to the success of the occasion. Mrs. George Sherwood Eddy gave a picture of the w o m e n of China holding out pleading hands to their more fortunate sisters in America, begging them to send the Light to those w h o sit in darkness. T h e last hymn, “O Zion Haste,” gave a finishing touch to a fine program and a wonderful day of privilege. “For ah, another year, another year I’ll set m y life in richer, stronger soil A n d prune the weeds away that creep too near, A n d watch and tend with never-ceasing toil, Another year, ah yes, another year.”

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Louise C hambers K nox , Recording Secretory.


ANNUAL

REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

W e walk along the ways of m e m o r y of the past year with the world-wide sombre shadows cast by the grimness of war, and the intense interest aroused for those in need should sooner or later have its manifestation in the work of sending the Gospel to thousands— “With none to tell them of the Saviour’s dying, O r the life H e died for them to win.” Through the year’s checkered experiences, with financial de­ pression and uncertainty, w e can look back with thankfulness on what has been accomplished, and can look forward with hope­ fulness to another year of consecrated effort. If G o d bestows the blessing for which w e pray, the work will cost more, indeed, its growth is often embarrassing by reason of the inability of our too limited number of workers to cope with it. W e report eight new societies, and two reorganized and nine disbanded. During the coming year the Board plans to augment the membership of the auxiliaries by introducing a H o m e D e ­ partment. Its measure of success is dependent upon the indi­ vidual society’s interested activity. * . The “signs of promise” indicated by the attendance and earnest spirit of the Missionary Unions are for increased efficiency. The six Unions in the Middle West had the pleasure and benefit of the presence and messages from our treasurer, Miss Gertrude Dodd, and Dr. Ida S. Scudder, the beloved physician. Members of the Board and Y o ung W o m a n ’s Committee have attended the Conferences in the Eastern Classes, and their co­ operative helpfulness has been felt throughout the year. After the arrival in October of Rev. and Mrs. James A. Beattie w e had a generous share of the latter’s time, which has been for the good of the work, and a renewed interest in our Arcot Mission.


In the summer time .while w e were all scattered, Mrs. George W . DuBois, for m a n y years one of our managers, was called to the H o m e above. Her cheering personality will long be r e mem­ bered by her associates in the work, for her interest was keen, her devotion unfaltering, in the cause dear to us all. W e shared with all denominations in the loss sustained by the sudden translation of Miss Doremus, the honored secretary of the W o m a n ’s Union Missionary Society. Loved and revered on both sides of the sea, her works praise her. She was a member well beloved in our communion. After months of invalidism Mrs. William Williams entered into rest. Her name has headed the list of Honorary Vice-Presi­ dents since the organization of the Board, and through all the years her interest was undiminished. Across the seas Death’s angel came with swiftness claim­ ing Rev. Henry Honegger, a victim of cholera. Hearts have gone out in much sympathy to the wife so sorely stricken, but w h o loyally remains as a member of the Arcot Mission to help carry on the work. Another home in India has been bereaved, for the “little lad,” Theodore, youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Scudder, after a brief illness, was taken to the Heavenly Home. Once again the Arcot Mission mourned when Dr. Gnanamoni passed from earth* to. heaven. H e will long be re­ membered for his works’ sake. , W e at home and the Mission in India were saddened in March when Mrs. Jacob Chamberlain “Passed through glory’s morning gate, A n d walked in Paradise.” W e rejoice in recounting her years of lavish, abounding, selfforgetful service, remembering with peculiar tenderness that her last conscious message was the sending of a gift to the W o m a n ’s Board. The benign light of such a life, in which multitudes are walking with heroic faith, is a challenge to faithfulness, which must lie on the conscience of a later generation imperatively. Dr. and Mrs. John H. Wyckoff rejoined the Arcot Mission in the autumn and while the last words of this report were being written the startling cable came from India announcing the death of Dr. Wyckoff, senior member of the Mission, and Presi­


dent of the Theological Seminary at Vellore. T o the already de­ pleted missionary force this bereavement is very great. O u r hearts are moved with profound sympathy for Mrs. Wyckoff, the son and daughters, and also the Mission, for verily a “prince and great m a n has fallen in Israel.” T o our list of. Managers w e have welcomed Mrs. Forrest W . Towl of Brooklyn, and as Honorary Vice-Presidents, Mrs. Henry J. Scudder, Mrs. George H. Blakeslee and Mrs. A. L. Stillwell. ' Owing to removals some of the Classical Committees have necessarily resigned. Changes have been made in two, in order to conform to the Minutes of the Synod, as the new Classis of the Palisades has been formed of certain churches heretofore in the Classis of Bergen. . In all departments of our Board work, a spirit of mutual help­ fulness prevails, each takes to herself the appointed task, and “works with a patience which is almost power,” realizing day by day that “work is our business, its success is G o d ’s.” More of the societies have used the text-books this year, and there has been an increase in the number of study classes. If the old adage “knowledge is power” proves its truth, w e should see a marked development in certain lines. The goodly number w h o attended the birthday meeting in January had the inspiration of an address by Mrs. Helen Barrett Montgomery, and the double message of Miss Fung Hin Liu, who is an epitome of what Christian education means to the Chinese. January was a month replete with missionary privi­ leges. T o the Foreign Missions Conference at Garden City we sent our quota of delegates, w h o had the inestimable oppor­ tunity of hearing Dr. John R. Mott speak of his recent visit in Europe, also Rev. George Sherwood E d d y ’s account of the Evangelistic Campaign in China, which bore the stamp of a sequel to the Acts of the Apostles. The Tri-ennial of Women's Foreign Mission Boards met likewise in the same month. The sessions were held in the M a r ­ ble Collegiate Church, and were full of the stimulus of broadening fellowship. O n e of the speakers was Miss Eleanor MacDougall, president-elect of the new Union College for W o m e n in Madras, in which our Board will cooperate.


The more than one hundred w o m e n and girls w h o attended the Northfield S u m m e r School in July carried the enthusiasm to their respective churches and societies. The first season of C a m p Eendracht, under Miss Cobb’s efficient management, was successful beyond our highest hopes. The girls in such environ­ ment, with its interplay of study and recreation, caught the vision of life’s best possibilities. O n e could not attend their good-night meeting on Sage Chapel steps without realizing those brief moment were prescient with deep feeling. O u r Board was represented at the Missionary Educational Conference at Schenectady, where attendance and interest were omens for increased usefulness on the part of those present.

THE TREASURY

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During the year one bed has been endowed in the M a r y Taber Schell Hospital which bears the n a m e of Mrs. Anton A. Raven. Twenty-four life memberships have been given and the amount from these has been devoted to the support of the Girls’ School, at Kolongsu, Amoy, China. Several legacies have been received bringing the total receipts to $88,074.55. While this sum m a y seem large and some of the gifts have been made with sacrifices known only to “the Master w h o sits over against the treasury,” yet it is obvious to every one w h y w e fall short of our desired amount. A year ago Miss Bessie M . Ogsbury of the A m o y Mission was invalided home. W e are glad that medical care and rest have proved beneficial. Dr. and Mrs. Snoke of the same Mission are also on furlough. Miss Julia Moulton of Ferris Seminary, Japan, has been spending her furlough in Canada. Miss M a y Demarest has been obliged to return to this country on account of her father’s health, and has been granted extended furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffsommer, of the North Japan Mission, have recently returned to this country. . Miss Julia C. Scudder of the Arcot Mission returned to A m e r ­ ica by the way of Europe and arrived in the early autumn. Mrs. John Scudder and Dr. Ida S. Scudder spent the cold months in


California, but have n o w been welcomed among us, and Dr. Scudder is eagerly awaited by m a n y of the societies. For reasons of health Mrs. L. R. Scudder and Dr. Louisa H. Hart are return­ ing by the Pacific. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Calverley are at home from Arabia. Miss Henrietta W y n k o o p Drury arrived in India in Febru­ ary and has resumed her work at Madanapalle. Miss Nellie Z w e m e r had the pleasure of taking Miss Edna K. Beekman with her on her return to the A m o y Mission. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Oltmans, returning to the North Japan Mission, were accompanied by their daughters, the Misses Janet and Evelyn, the latter’s going being made possible by one of the generous-hearted members of the Board, w h o could not bear that one daughter should be left behind. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Walvoord and Mrs. H. V. S. Peeke have returned to the South Japan Mission. During the year w e have accepted with regret because of ill health the resignation of Miss Jennie Buys from the latter Mission. The one new appointment which has been made is announced with peculiar pleasure and tenderness, Miss Charlotte C. Wyckoff, w h o will join the Arcot Mission, India, which is the land of her birth. A s w e close the year w e grieve, •

“For the work undone, So m a n y talents wasted So few conquests won.” “W e linger yet, with backward gaze T o end our happy toil with praise, The comfort that our hands have lent, The treasure that our hearts have spent, W e lay, O u r Father, on T h y shrine The gladness ours, the glory Thine.”

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Corresponding Secretary. While this report was in the printer’s hand the awful tragedy of the “Lusitania” occurred. Once again we, with the Arcot Mission, mourn, for Rev. and Mrs. Beattie were on the doomed


vessel. A cable announces that Mr. Beattie has been lost. In this sudden, pitiful sorrow our hearts are yearning with solicit­ ous tenderness over the bereaved wife, so alone, in this fearful calamity. Mr. Beattie's loss to the Mission is great. “H e was a good m a n and just,” “one in w h o m there was no guile,” “a disciple w h o m Jesus loved,” and the work in and around Chit­ toor is his lasting memorial. O. H. L.


REPORT OF T H E R O O M SECRETARY The report of the R o o m Secretary is virtually a report in absentia, since through the kindness of the Board she has been permitted to work at home this year and employ a substitute in the office. Miss Frances Davis, as Acting R o o m Secretary, has efficiently carried the correspondence and the detail work of R o o m 10, leaving the R o o m Secretary free for some' c a m ­ paigning in other lines. Miss Davis reports for R o o m 10: “T o summarize the details of a necessary round of usual duties is difficult. The work in R o o m 10, however, has been carried on during the past year with an aim' toward progress and efficiency. “The correspondence has been impressive because it showed the need and desire for information and education on the part of the w o m e n of our church. The responses have aimed to give the personal touch in order to make the connection between the work in the local churches and that of the Board really under­ stood. The increased sale of coronation pins has been especially noticeable and several large orders show that the pins are being worn by w o m e n of all denominations. “The use of the ‘Child in the Midst’ has been faithfully ad­ vocated to visitors and correspondents, and leaflets and helps have been available for use with each chapter. Especially inter­ esting has been the large number of requests for missionary dialogues and exercises. The literature published this year has not been adequate to meet the demand. A m o n g the new leaflets, however, have been a list of our o w n publications recom­ mended for use with ‘The Child in the Midst’; China's Gateways, by Mrs. P. W . Pitcher; Doll Diplomacy, by Miss Charlotte C. Wyckoff; The Unlucky Star Baby, by Miss Josephine TeWinkle; Little Great Goddess and Peace, by Mrs. James A. Beattie, and a leaflet on Miss W i n n ’s workr'TTie Children's Missionary,' for use in raising funds in the Sunday Schools. Over $500 was received from this special effort. The Y o ung W o m a n ’s Committee also prepared a leaflet for their work and Our Garden of Girls was


written by Miss Bessie Ogsbury, to appeal to mothers and in­ crease the Baby Roll contributions. “The Thursday noon prayer meetings have been conducted as usual, with several meetings concentrated on different phases of inter-denominational missions.” Meantime the R o o m Secretary’s activities have been in the line of committee and student secretary work, a little speech­ making made possible by freedom from office routine, and a vigorous correspondence in C a m p Eendracht. The first assembly of C a m p Eendracht at the S u m m e r School for W o m e n ’s Foreign Misisonary Societies at Northfield last July exceeded our brightest anticipations in numbers, in enthusi­ asm, in unity of spirit and in earnestness of purpose. T o us was accorded the honor of presenting the first scene in the pageant illustrating the text-book, “The Child in the Midst.” Though w e took no high honors in field-day sports, w e w o n the applause of the older camps by the picturesqueness of our Dutch costumes and our spirited songs and cheers. O n e criticism that might justly be made upon us is that w e went into everything too vigorously and worked too hard, almost to the point of exhaus­ tion. W e have learned wisdom from that experience and will in future try to live more sanely. Plans for this summer camp are well under way. W e have changed our headquarters from Gould to Marquand Hall for the sake of securing a better location for our tents. Thus far only a dozen applications for membership have been received, but w e k n o w of others contemplated and w e are praying as we did last year that God will send us just those girls for w h o m H e has a message waiting at Northfield. Last year through the generosity of friends, Miss Kriel of South Africa was the guest of the Camp. This year w e expect to entertain our o w n Dr. Ida Scudder. O u r college girls have been invited to make the Northfield S u m m e r School a post-graduate course to Silver Bay. Miss Elizabeth Conklin, as the Board’s representative at Silver Bay and as Traveling Secretary of the Student Volunteer M o v e ­ ment, has won the love and admiration of college students and has had opportunities to present to Reformed Church girls in the colleges their need of the Church and the Church’s need of


them. The R o o m Secretary, as Student Secretary of the Board, has been most courteously entertained by the Reformed Church students at Vassar, Wellesley, and Mt. Holyoke, and has talked with them informally about opportunities for service in the Church and its mission fields. A n attempt to gain similar access to Smith and Barnard Colleges has so far been unsuccessful. W e would make special acknowledgement here of the courtesy of a member of the Board, whose hospitality made the meeting at Vassar possible; also of the ready response of our busy student representatives to every appeal for their cooperation. There is n o w in preparation a special leaflet by two young w o m e n of the Y o ung W o m a n ’s Committee and the Associate Members, the purpose of which is to remind our college students of their relation and obligation to the Church to which they owe their first allegiance, their first Alma Mater. The Special Committee on the Mission Gleaner reports an active campaign for increased subscriptions to the magazine. Late in October letters were sent to 163 Gleaner committees and to 358 Auxiliaries that had no Gleaner committees, asking co­ operation in the campaign and enclosing for their use the new folder: “Y o u need the Gleaner, the Gleaner needs y o u ; Try us a year and see if it’s true.” T o these 521 letters 25 answers were received. F r o m October to M a y w e published in each issue of the Gleaner a list of societies having 25 or more subscribers to the magazine. The friendly rivalry thus created forced our banner church, the Middle Col­ legiate of N e w York City, from 117 subscribers to 142, and brought two others, the Second Church of Somerville, and the North Church of Newark, to the 100 mark, and increased con­ siderably the number of subscriptions in other societies. W e do not know that it affected any societies not already interested. In the June Gleaner a list based on the proportion of subscribers to the number of members in the Auxiliary is expected to bring to light some smaller societies with a larger percentage of sub­ scriptions than those hitherto reported. A series of outlines prepared by a member of the Committee, Mrs. Mason, has been published monthly in the Gleaner to meet


the demand for programs dealing with the work of our de­ nomination. A t the suggestion of the Committee of Federation and Coun­ cil charts of our publications are to be sent to the W o m a n ’s Congress of Missions of the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. It is interesting to note that the Committee in charge of local arrangements for that Congress has adopted as its emblem the Coronation Pin originally put forth by our Board and subsequently recommended by both Federation and Council as the emblem of universal Christian womanhood. Let us hope that our “King’s Highway Calendar for 1916,” though temporary in its serviceability and limited to foreign missionary interests, m a y meet with the same wide favor among readers and students of the new text-book, “The King’s Highway.” Another year of blessed service closes. “O say not it is one year less! It is one year more added to the possessions of the soul. W e do not bid farewell to anything. W e take it all with us, every experience through which w e have passed. It has en­ tered into us. It lives forever in the soul. Are w e not richer, stronger, deeper, larger, because the stream of life with all its bitter and sweet has flowed through us ?” In the year that n o w opens before us w e shall be building together, with new strength derived from old experiences, the Highway of the King. It is for us (to level the mountains of difficulty) (to fill in the valleys of discouragement) to remove every stumbling-block and gather out the stones that the redeemed of the Lord m a y walk there, that the messengers of the Lord m a y run there, that over the highway our hands have builded the King Himself m a y come.

E liza P. Cobb.


SEWING GUILD Although engaged in the most peaceable of undertakings even the Sewing Guild felt the shadow of war when the ship bearing our consignments was overhauled on the high seas and convoyed to port by a man-of-war. The boxes were subjected to rigid inspection and weeks of delay before they were allowed to go forward to their destinations and at some of the stations the ad­ ditional cost necessary to securing our gifts was considerable. That the unexpected delay of the boxes meant great incon­ venience as well as some anxiety to our missionaries is very evi­ dent from the messages that have come to us. F r o m India a missionary writes: “Those precious boxes were a cause of con­ siderable anxiety to us, all, this year. Several months before Christmas the linen room shelves were becoming very bare and as I went to search for needed articles I used to say to myself, ‘Be patient. The Sewing Guild boxes are coming and w e must hold out until then/ The baby frocks gave out first and w e thought w e had such a lot of them at the beginning of the year. T o remedy this lack w e went over our o w n wardrobes and weeded out anything that might properly and fittingly be converted into baby slips. I then sent for the Christian tailor whose chief specialty seems to be baby slips and such simple needle work and w e soon had a fine pile of second hand baby dresses. These provided for the babies' immediate use but how to provide for the lack of sheets, pillow-cases, towels and other things n o w became a serious question and the hospital was full of cases requiring much clean linen. The purchase of a washmachine helped us out, but you can imagine our joy when finally after long waiting the railway receipt came and the Sewing Guild boxes were actually deposited on the hospital verandah.” F r o m another Station: “W e were obliged to practice the strictest economy to make our supplies hold out until the boxes came. W e had carefully sorted over all the petticoats and skirts and ripped out one width from those which were extra full. These pieces were made into ravekas and small jackets. Then w e bought some extra stout stuff in the local bazaar and made it into suits,


and still the boxes did not come. Later one of our zenana pupils gave us a present of some money to buy clothing for some of our poor school children.- Then the boxes came! They arrived just before Christmas. W h a t could have been more opportune? W e unpacked the boxes for our Christmas Eve entertainment and h o w w e did enjoy it!” H u m o r and pathos are very closely allied in this work as is shown in the following paragraphs: A missionary in charge of one of our schools with a student body of upward of 125 finds that one of her greatest problems is clothing the children and she writes that the very possibility of losing the gifts through the sinking of the ship on which they were being forwarded actually made her tremble. She adds, “The reason I have not asked for any white petticoats is that w e have given up furnishing the girls with underskirts. W e simply could not get enough. Those w e had on hand are all being used either as outside skirts or to cut up and to make into jackets and you would laugh at some of our makeshifts. O n e of our other missionaries donated some colored skirts which proved to be too long for our girls, so the sewing classes cut them off and made the left-over strips into short petticoats by piecing three or four strips together. The results rivaled Joseph's famous coat of many colors and w e have had m a n y a laugh over their appearance, but the wearers have raised no objections.” F r o m the humorous w e drop into the pathetic as w e read: “A short time ago one of our patients was leaving the hospital and remembered she had left something behind. I went back to the ward with her and she lifted the pillow of the bed she had been occupying and took from beneath it the picture card she had received the Sunday before, wrapped it carefully in a corner of her cloth and went away smiling and happy. A n d then we smile again at the scrap-book recently sent to us to be forwarded which was made by an old colored woman, who, unable to read, had pasted some of the pictures upside down, but she wanted to send something and w h o shall say it was not a perfect gift in the sight of her Lord?” W e are in receipt of a delightful little article entitled, “Mile. Dolly of the Sewing Guild,” which was written by one of our missionaries in Arabia, and I regret that our space permits of


only a few quotations. “I have on hand about seventy-five dolls which must last m e a year. Naturally I would gladly give every one of our little girls a doll to cuddle close to her mother-heart, but I think of several little folks w h o have had serious opera­ tions in the hospital and have stayed with us for some time and h o w the long hours and days were shortened and brightened by these little American ladies. There was little M o h a m m e d A H of six years w h o had an abdominal operation and had to lie flat on his back for three long weeks. His little dolly had a tape tied to her waist with the loose end pinned to the mattress so that she could not walk away from him. H e belonged to the Bedouins of the desert, and after recovering carried his little American comrade to his desert home m a n y miles away. Nearly every doll given away stands out in m y memory as an individual case not quickly to be forgotten. Certainly they perform a pe­ culiar, cheering ministry not to be ignored, for these poor Arab children possess little of joy-giving pleasures and playthings. A n d when I think, as I often do when looking at each dolly's particular style of dress, of the little girls at home w h o have made these clothes, I wonder in how'many the little bud of missionary spirit will grow and thrive and in full-bloom go out a missionary and a true American lady.” If w e could only follow our gifts and behold the great pleasure which is given the children of the Orient by the simplest articles it is not unlikely m a n y of us would be amazed. A s a missionary writes: “The joy which the doll babies bring into little lives is only understood and appreciated when w e look into the little brown faces.” “W h a t a fine idea,” exclaims another, “to send safety pins. I should not have thought to ask for them but I k n o w the Chinese value them tremendously, indeed, the whole school knows .it if one girl has one pin. Think of it!” A n d she naively adds, “The little mirrors will also make quite a hit.” It is in the reflex influence of the work that our joy comes. A Secretary tells us that even in cutting out and arranging pictures on the backs of calendars to be sent away the members of a Mission Band have had their interest aroused and their mental conceptions of missionary work greatly quickened and enlarged. O n e can readily believe that this work gets a strong hold on the members of our societies when w e glance at the large number


of articles prepared and shipped to the foreign fields. Nearly 1,300 petticoats, 850 jackets, 800 baby slips and baby blankets, over 700 sheets, 650 pillow-cases, 1,526 towels, nearly 500 work bags, 2,626 dolls and hundreds of other articles represent our work of the last year, and this splendid contribution is a silent but powerful tribute to the unflagging interest of the Auxiliaries in this work. Another evidence of the growth of our work is shown by the fact that w e found it necessary to reorganize our methods of dividing and repacking the gifts, and this w e were able to accomplish with the aid of a few faithful and loyal workers. In this connection m a y w e note a little experience which came to us at the close of a weary day in packing? O n e of our Auxiliaries had sent in, among other things, a box labelled “C o m ­ fort Powders,” which had caused some speculation in the C o m ­ mittee as to what these really were and where they should be sent. The name sounded good and just then w e were in a state of mind and body to appreciate them, so w e anticipated the heathen in their joys by then and there opening the box and each taking one of the powders to her o w n comfort. They proved to be verses of Scripture, and the first one taken out read: “V e n ­ geance is mine, I will repay, saith the Lord,” and this proved to be a real comfort for it provoked a hearty laugh and broke the strain of the day’s weariness. There were other comfort powders also, precious promises which lent wings of inspira­ tion to our thought and made us feel anew that it was the Lord’s own work which w e had been doing and in which w e had ex­ hausted ourselves. In bringing our report to a close w e use the words of gratitude of one of our missionaries in India. “W e are more than grateful that the boxes came to us safely in spite of the dreadful war, and I think w e appreciate them all the more owing to the fact that they might not have come at all. A n d once more w e thank you with all our hearts for your loving, unselfish labor; and recogniz­ ing h o w much thought and labor has gone into the gifts w e shall try to use them very carefully and wisely and well. M a n y a time, in handing out a scrap-book or a garment, I say to the people here, ‘D o you see h o w carefully they are made ? S o m e one has worked very hard to make this so nicely for you, and w h y ‘do you suppose she did it? It was because the love of G o d was


in her heart and she wanted to help you. Have you ever heard of any Hindus in this country w h o went to so much trouble to please people of another country because they were trying to carry out the wishes of their gods?’ A n d a look of wonder­ ment and awe will come into their faces as they say, ‘No, it is only the people of the Christian country w h o do such things/ ” .

M ary F ield B aldwin , Secretary.


CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SEWING GUILD, 19H AUXILIARIES Albany, N. Y., First. Albany, N. Y., Fourth. Albany, N. Y., Holland Comfort Circle. Albany, N. Y., Madison Ave. Altamont, N. Y. Amsterdam, N. Y. Arlington, N. Y. Asbury Park, N. J. Athens, N. Y. Baldwin, Wis. Bayonne, N. J. Bay Ridge, N. Y. Blawenburg, N. J. Bloomingburg, N. Y. Bloomington, N. Y. Bronxville, N. Y. Bronxville, N. Y., Y. W. Guild. Brooklyn, N. Y., Bay Ridge. Brooklyn, N. Y., Bethany. Brooklyn, N. Y., First. Brooklyn, N. Y., Grace. Brooklyn, N. Y., Gravesend. Brooklyn, N. Y., New Lots, Y.L. Brooklyn, N. Y., On the Heights. Brooklyn, N. Y., Twelfth St. ° Brooklyn, N. Y., Woodlawn. Buskirks, N. Y. Chicago, 111., First, Y. W. M. S. Chicago, 111., Roseland. Closter, N. J. Coeymans Hollow, N\ Y. Coytesville. N. J. Dumont, N. J. ■East Millstone. N. J. East Orange, N. J. Fillmore, Mich. Fishkill, N. Y. Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y. Flatbush, N. Y. Flushing, N. Y., Trinity, S. S. Flushing, N. Y., Trinity, Y. W. M. B. Fulton, 111. Gansevoort, N. Y. Ghent, N. Y. Glastonbury, Ct, Cong. Ch., L. M. S. Grand Haven, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich., Fourth. Grand Rapids, Mich., Immanuel, L. M. and Aid Soc. Grand Rapids, Mich., Second. Grand Rapids, Mich., Sixth. Greenport, N. Y. Griggstown, N. J. Guttenberg, N. J. Harlingen, N. J. •

Hawthorne, N. Y., Unionville. Herkimer, N. Y. High Bridge, N. J. Holland, Mich., First, Y. L. M. S. Holland, Mich., Third, Y. L. M. S. Hudson, N. Y., Mt. Pleasant. Hurley. N. Y. Hurley, N. Y., W. W. Hyde Park, N. Y. Jamaica, N. Y., Y. W. Ch. Club. Jersey City, N. J., Lafayette. Kalamazoo, Mich., First. Kalamazoo, Mich., Fourth. Kalamazoo, Mich., Second. Kingston, N. Y. Kiskatom, N. Y. La Grangeville, N. Y., Noxon Aux. Lawyersville, N. Y., K. D. Livingston, N. Y., Linlithgo. Little Falls, N. J., First. Lodi, N. Y. Mahwah, N. J. Maurice, Iowa, Amer. Ref. Maurice, Iowa, First. Mellenville, N. Y. Metuchen, N. J. . Middleburgh, N. Y., L. Aid. Middlebush, N. J. Millbrook, N. Y. Mount Vernon, N. Y. Muskegon, Mich., First. Muskegon, Mich., Second. Neshanic, N. J. Newark, N. J., Clinton Ave., H. G. Newark, N. J., First. Newark, N. J., North, Y. W. S. Newark, N. J., Trinity. New Baltimore, N. Y. New Brighton, ‘N. Y. New Brunswick, N. J. First, Y. P. G. New Brunswick, N.J., Second. New Brunswick, N. J., Second, Y. W. M.G. . New Brunswick; N. J., Suydam St. New Brunswick, N. J., Suydam St., C. M. B. New Brunswick, N. J., Suydam St, Jr. Soc. Newburgh, 'N. Y.,-Am. Ref. Ch. New Durham, N. J. New Hurley, N. Y. Newkirk, Iowa. New York, N. Y., Am. Tract Soc. New York, N. Y., Bethany Memorial. New York, N. Y., Brighton Heights. New York, N. Y., Elmendorf.


New York, N. Y., Fort Washington. New York, N. Y., Harlem. New York, N. Y., Harlem, Fort­ nightly. New York, N. Y., High Bridge. New York, N. Y., High Bridge, K.D. M. B. New York, N. Y., Madison Ave., L. B. S. New York, N. Y., Marble Coll. New York, N. Y., Middle Coll., CmScidcrs

New York, N. Y., Marble Coll., Sun­ shine Chapel. New York, N. Y., Port Richmond. New York, N. Y., St. Nicholas. New York, N. Y., Thirty-fourth St. N e w York, N. Y., West End Coll. New York, N. Y., West End Coll., Guild. Niskayuna, N. Y. North Branch, N. J. North Holland, Mich. Nyack, N. Y. Overisel, Mich. Passaic, N. J., First. Passaic, N. J., First, J. C. E. Passaic, N. J., North. Pella, Iowa. Piermont, N. Y. Plainfield, N. J., Netherwood. Plainfield, N. J., Trinity, Christian Workers. Plainfield, N. J., Trinity, W. W. Plainfield, N.J., Trinity, Y. W. M. B. Pompton Lakes, N. J. Port Ewen, N. Y. Port Jervis, N. Y. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., First. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Princetown, N. Y.

Queens, N. Y. Rensselaer, N. Y. Ridgewood, N. J., First. * Riverdale, N. J. ' Rochester, N. Y., Second. • St. Johnsville, N. Y. Saugerties, N. Y. Schenectady, N. Y., Bellevue. Schenectady, N. Y., Bellevue, Ramabai Club. Schenectady, N. Y., Mt. Pleasant. Selkirk, N. Y., Cedar Hill. Somerville, N. J., First. Somerville, N. J., Second. South Bound Brook, N. J. South Branch, N. J. South Holland, 111. South Millbrook, N. Y. • Spring Valley, N. Y., W. C. A. Tappan, N. Y. Tappan, N. Y., Light Bearers. Tarrytown, N. Y., First. Tarrytown, .N. Y., Second. Tyre, N 1. Y., Waterloo. Utica, N. Y. Warwick, N. Y. Warwick, N. Y., H. and H. Wateryliet, N. Y. Waupun, Wis. West Hoboken, N. J. West Nyack, N. Y., Clarkstown, DorC3S

West Nyack, N. Y., Clarkstown, C. E. Woodhaven, L. I., Forest Park. Wortendyke, N. J., Holland, L. H. S. Wynantskill, N. Y. Yonkers, N. Y., First. Yonkers, N. Y., Park Hill. Zeeland, Mich.

Receipts $274.54.

INDIVIDUALS Mrs. W. Abbott. Mrs. J. L. Amerman. Mrs. Geo. E. Bergen. Mrs. David James Burrell. Mrs. A. P. Cobb. Miss E. P. Cobb. Mrs. Peter Crispell. Miss E m m a C. Eickhoff. Mrs. K. M. Fagg. Mrs. Giffen. Miss Helen Harriman. Miss Ella H. Holgate. Mrs. Garret Hondelink. Miss O. H. Lawrence. The Misses Littell. Miss M. J. Macomber.

Mrs. A. A. McFarlan. Mrs. J. M. Montgomery. Miss M. M. Nash. Mrs. E. E. Olcott. The Misses Olcott. The Misses Prime. Mrs. E. Ryder. Mrs. Nelson B. Smock. Miss Stephens. Miss Sumner. Mrs. C. H. Tucker. Mrs. Robt Townsend. Mrs. J. E. Tyler. Miss H. M. Van Doren. Mrs. Frank Van Nest. Mrs. Joseph Walker, Jr.

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C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K In submitting this, the fourteenth annual report of the C o m ­ mittee on Y o u n g W o m a n ’s Work, the chairman of that committee hopes to pass on to the W o m a n ’s Board and to the Y o ung W o m ­ an’s Societies the note of earnest and enthusiastic optimism that has dominated the work of the Committee during the past year, and which is leading it to plan new phases of work for the coming one. Let us take the events of the year chronologically. The be­ ginning of the Board year, M a y first, saw the plans for the first season of C a m p Eendracht well launched, with Miss E. P. Cobb as the C a m p Leader. Later in the month came an A c ­ quaintance Party in the Assembly R o o m of the Reformed Church Building, when those w h o had enrolled for the Northfield Con­ ference under C a m p Eendracht had an opportunity to meet each other. The effort to thus provide for a denominational group had a two-fold result; it increased the attendance of young w o m e n at that particular conference, and it created a spirit of good fel­ lowship that added greatly to the other influences of the week. S o m e changes in the membership of the Committee have occurred. Miss Elizabeth Conklin, w h o for several years was Classical Committee for Y. W . W o r k in Newark Classis, has been appointed on the Committee. Five n e w names were added: Miss Ida Jelleme, of Passaic; Miss Anita V o n Schlieder, Hackensack; Miss Gertrude Bruyn, Kingston; Miss Sarah Cowles, Jersey City; Miss Katharine Lyon, of N e w York City. Because of ill health, Miss A m y L. Abel was compelled to resign, and shortly after the- holidays came the news of the sudden death of Miss S. Marie Suydam. Although a member of the Committee but a few months, her rare spirit of consecration and her ability had made her a valuable addition to our number; w e here record our tribute of appreciation of her strong personality, and our sympathy with those of her immediate home circle in their ber reavement. The change in the day of the meeting from Wednesday to Saturday, tried this year as an experiment, has proven most satis­


factory and has given us a larger average attendance than we have ever had heretofore. So m u c h for the Committee itself; what of its work for the Board and for the Y o u n g Woma n ' s Societies? For the Board, the chairman of the Committee has attended all the regular meet­ ings of the Board, and at each one has reported for the Committee; twice during the year the entire Committee has been invited to Board meetings, and on the occasion of the Birthday Reception assisted by serving as choir and ushers. W e have endeavored to supply societies with information concerning the work espe­ cially assigned to them by the Board; for this purpose a card catalogue of all kinds of young women's societies is kept, record­ ing their activities, gifts, and secretaries’ addresses. A new leaflet was prepared, stating the specific objects to which the gifts of Y o u n g W o m a n ’s Societies are assigned, and a copy of the same, accompanied by a letter from the chairman of the C o m ­ mittee, asking for cooperation, was sent to every listed society. A meeting of denominational leaders was held in January to discuss the advisability of holding a second Interdenominational Conference for Y o u n g W o m e n ; it was decided to hold such a conference, but to hold it in the fall, rather than at the end of the spring season. This leader’s group has held four meet­ ings, when problems of mutual interest were discussed, and plans and program for the fall conference were formulated. O u r Denominational Conference and Northfield Rally was held in the chapel of the Marble Collegiate Church on Saturday, March 6th. At that time the needs of our o w n denominational work and its claim upon the attention of our young w o m e n were plainly and urgently presented. A number of new societies have been added to our list this year. There have been several requests for speakers, and others for leaflets and information; these requests have been promptly attended to. The chairman has carried on an active corre­ spondence with individuals in the three Eastern Synods, and has kept in touch with the work in the Synod of Chicago through the vice-chairman there. With the close of the year came the preparation and mailing of a letter to accompany the folder announcing the second sea­ son of C a m p Eendracht at Northfield, July eighth to fifteenth,


and the appointment of some committees to assist the camp leader at that time. The treasurer of the Board makes the following accounting to the credit of the Y o u n g W o m e n ’s Societies:

BUDGET For Miss Hospers’ salary........ $700.00 " Kagoshima . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 420.00 “ Tong A n ................ 775,00 “ Tindivanum .............. 170.00 Balance on Appropriations ....... 420.08 For other objects .............. 548.04 “ Arabia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175.00 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,208.12 (* . The year has been marked by growth in numbers, in interest, » in interdenominational cooperation, in outlook, in gifts, and in gratitude that the Committee has been permitted to do its small share in caring for the h o m e base. It is our hope to render a greater measure of service during the coming year, and if w e ask. for further equipment it will be because of an earnest con­ viction that any effort w e m a y make in the line of advance will be repaid m a n y fold.. Respectfully submitted.

A lice Pool, Chairman.


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C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K PARTICULAR S Y N O D OF CHICAGO The Committee on Y o u n g W o m a n ’s W o r k at the completion of another year’s work submit their annual report. There have been no changes in the membership of the C o m ­ mittee. Several n e w names have been added to our list of repre­ sentatives. The two regular meetings at which the classical committees and representatives meet with us were well attended and helpful. At the April meeting w e had the pleasure of having with us Miss Jennie Buys, w h o told us about the work a m ong the factory girls at Kagoshima, Japan, and the needs of these, our sisters, were made very real. W e also had read a most interesting letter from Miss Hendrine Hospers, giving us vivid pictures of her experiences in Japan. F r o m the reports sent by the girls w h o serve as Classical Committees w e give the following sums contributed: Classis of Grand River........... " “ Holland .... “ “ Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . “ « Pella . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . “ “ Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . .

$165.00 226.95 100.00 80.00 108.55 $680.50

O f this s u m $498.50 was given for the work assigned us and $182 for other objects. Seven societies sent boxes to mission fields. W e regret not getting reports from all the classes, but w e will renew our efforts and trust w e m a y be able next year to record gifts from- all. Another year’s work is before us. M a y it be one of earnest endeavor and loving service, and w e shall realize that “W o r k that is done for G o d alone Hath an unceasing guerdon of delight.” Respectfully submitted,

H enrietta Z w e m e r , Chairman.


D E P A R T M E N T OF Y O U N G PEOPLE’S W O R K The Missionary Education Campaign for the year was a united endeavor in which practically all the Missionary Boards of all evangelical denominations cooperated. This provided for home as well as foreign missions. Instead of sending out two sets of literature, the churches were circularized with copies of the united program entitled “Christ for Every Life and All of Life.” A n abundance of literature was prepared covering all departments of the life of the church; programs for the Sundayschool and young people’s societies, suggestions for Thanks­ giving and Christmas and mission study books to cover the dif­ ferent ages. The attention of pastors, Sunday-school leaders and young people’s societies was called to the campaign early in the year. The books on H o m e Missions recommended were “The N e w H o m e Missions,” by H. Paul Douglas; “In Red M a n ’s Land,” by Francis E. Leupp, and “The American Indian on the N e w Trail.” O w i n g to the character of the book on home mis­ sions, comparatively few classes were organized in comparison with former years. There was a large demand, however, for the Indian books, showing that our church is wide awake to this important question. Special effort was m a d e by the Department to secure the observance of Christian Endeavor week throughout our church. T h e plans of the United Society of Christian Endeavor were brought to the attention of our o w n Endeavor Societies with suggestions for carrying them into effect. T h e large d e m a n d for printed literature from all parts of our church indicated a wide­ spread interest a m o n g our young people. The Department has continued the publication of the “Quarterly Missionary Lesson Leaflet.” Beginning with the year 1915, however, w e inaugurated a n e w series of biographical studies covering the pioneer missionaries of our Reformed Church. The program for the year will include the lives of Rev. Dr. Jacob Chamberlain, Rev. Dr. Walter C. Roe, Mrs. J. V. N. Talmage and Rev. Frederick Zwemer, our first classical mis­ sionary. In this new departure w e have recognized the appealing


force of biography to boys and girls. The first lesson on the life.of Dr. Chamberlain appeared in March. There was unusual interest both in the demands for the leaflet and the supplemental material as well as illustrative material for different grades. In addition to these quarterly lessons, the Secretary is sug­ gesting a series of missionary incidents for each Sunday preceding Review Sunday. These are published in the Mission Field from month to month. The object is to take five minutes of the open­ ing exercises each Sunday for the presentation of the incident. In this way missions is becoming a normal part of the life of m a n y of our Sunday-schools. A s far as possible, the incidents center around the life of the people among w h o m the missionary lived and labored. W e are indebted to the publishers of “D e Hope,” “The Leader” and “The Intelligencer” for assistance in the dissemination of this material by publishing the same from time to time in their respective issues. A most successful Missionary Education Conference was held in the First Church of Schenectady on February 11th, 1915. The participants were Mr. R. E. Diffendorfer, Rev. Morris W . Ehnes, Rev. Clayton J. Potter, Mrs. Jared W . Scudder, Mr. William T. Demarest, Mrs. John S. Allen, Miss O. H. Lawrence, Rev. E. W . Miller, D.D., and the Secretary. The attendance exceeded our expectation; over fifty churches were represented. Supper was served by the ladies of the First Church. The con­ ference stimulated missionary interest all along the line. At the last meeing of the Committee, it was decided to change the name of the Department in order to define more clearly its purpose and at the same time to bring it into harmony with similar Departments connected with other Missionary Boards. Beginning M a y 1st, therefore, w e shall be known as the D e ­ partment of Missionary Education, of the Missionary Boards of the Reformed Church in America. There has been the usual amount of office detail, corre­ spondence, visitation of churches, Sunday-schools and young people’s societies. . . H. A. K inports.


BABY R O L L Another year has been added to the “Baby Roll,” and during this year one hundred and ninety-one new names have been added to the membership list, making it the best year w e have had since 1909. A s w e clasp our Baby Chain together to-day, w e find there are four thousand and forty-five links. This means that four thousand and forty-five children in our denomination have given or are still giving their little mite toward the ex­ tension of Christ’s Kingdom, by helping to support the Chil­ dren’s H o m e at Amoy, China. During this year, as in every other year, the chain has been broken and some links have dropped out. They have gone to join the Roll up yonder, the Master called t h e m ! H e had need of these sweet flowers and claimed them for His own. Sorrow­ ing hearts, wipe the tear-drops from your eyes, and let the smile of hope and joy gladden your faces, as you look up and see, through faith, your little ones “Safe in the arms of Jesus” safe in His loving care. W h e n these breaks come to m y notice, I never fail to send a letter of sympathy, and I k n o w they are greatly appreciated. A gift of $5.00 was sent recently in memory of one dear little boy. Four n e w societies have taken up the “Baby Roll” work this year, a m ong them the First Reformed of Roseland, Chicago, and to-day this Society holds the banner. The Society of Bethany Church, Grand Rapids, is a very close second. O n e great feature of these societies, and that of the Middle Collegiate Church, is that with almost every name the full payment of $1.00 is sent. This simplifies matters so greatly that I should like to urge its being done whenever it is possible. O n e Society has withdrawn this year, that in connection with the Church at Metuchen, N. J. There have been quite a few inquiries in regard to mite boxes, and a request from one of the Holland Churches for fifty to be used at its yearly meeting. A number of leaflets have been sent for; requests have come for both the Pity Little Children's Home and Of Such is the Kingdom of Heaven. Just here I a m delighted to report a new leaflet, Our Garden of Girls,


by Miss Bessie M . Ogsbury, which I a m sure'will be greatly en­ joyed and heartily welcomed by our Secretaries w h o are con­ stantly asking for “something n e w ” in Baby Roll literature. Most of these requests come from our Western Churches. S o m e ex­ cellent suggestions are given in the M a y G leaner ,under the head­ ing of “Baby Day,” which should be hailed with gladness, and prove a great help in arranging a program where yearly meet­ ings are held. A n extra effort has been made this year to arouse more in­ terest and enthusiasm in connection with this branch of chil­ dren’s work, and over six hundred letters have been sent out, explaining the work, stating the use to which the money is put; and urging the pastors (to w h o m these letters were sent) to appoint some capable person in their congregation to look into the matter closely and if possible organize a Baby Roll in their churches. W e hope this request will-be heede'd and good results follow in the near future, or even after many days. • Let us sow the seed in the springtime of these little lives with earnest prayer, trusting that when the harvesting comes the fruit m a y be rich and full to overflowing. Little “Buds of Promise” scattered here and there, Shedding out your fragrance redolent arid rare, A s your petals open in the glad sunshine, M a y your influence savor of a life Divine.

M rs.H amilton V. M eeks, Secretary.


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STATISTICAL REPORT B Y CLASSES

N u m b e r or

C hurches

and

Societies

M

First Albany............... S. S. M. B ................ G. R. M. B. Prim. Dept.... K. D ........ ............. Madison Ave., Albany........ Lawrence Miss’y Soc....... Third Albany ............... _J. C. E ................... •Fourth, Albany. German..... Fifth, Albany, Holland....... Sixth, Albany ............... First, Bethlehem (Selkirk).... •Second, Bethlehem (Delmar)... Junior Mission Band (Children) Second, Berne (Knox)....... Clarksville................. Coeymans................... Jerusalem ................. Knox ...................... N e w Baltimore.............. *New S a l e m ................ Onesquethaw ............... U n i o n ...................... Westerlo ..................

embers

All

100 42

” 87

**25 17 18 42 ___

Miss Miss -Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss

S ecretaries N.t Emily D: Sumner, 306 State St., Albany, tY. Mary Holland, 102 Second Stu Albany, M. M. Nash, 27 Ten Broeck St. Albany, Alice Bell, 17 Ten Broeck St, Albany, G. W. Raynsford, 41 Dove St, Albany. G. H. Blakeslee, 1001 Madison Ave.. Albany, J. Allen Wright, 488 Second Ave., Albany, Edna Comfort, Teunis St, Albany. W . Rausch, 1094 Madison Aveu Albany,, A. P. De Rouville, 104 Dove St, Albany, A. E. Ryder, 661 Central' Ave., Albany,* Cornelia D. Myers, Selkirk, William B. Phipps, Delmar, Marian Bedell. Delmar,

$9

Mrs. T. C. Slingerland, Coeymans, Mrs. Ambrose J. Wiltsie, Feura Bush,

it

Mrs. A. L. Wickes, N e w Baltimore, = Mrs. W. T. Higgins, R. F. D. 8. VoorheesviHe,

II

•Report 1914. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. E. J. Van Slyke, Slingerlands, N. Y. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Ethel Secor, 251 Sheridan Ave., Albany, N. Y. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. J. H. Brandow, 59 Manning Boulevard, Albany, N. Y. Vice-President, Mrs. B. J. Hotaling, 122 Morton Ave., Albany, N. Y. * Secretary, Miss Adele Van Voorhis, 75 First St, Albany. N. Y. Treasurer, Mrs. William D. Fuller, N e w Baltimore, N. Y.


Girls' Society. “E.M. M.”.... "Schraalenburgh (Dumont)... J. C. E ................... Eng.^Jeghborhood (Ridgefield). •Second. Hackensack........ J. C E. ................. Third, Hackensack.......... Cluster .................... Cherry Hill (No. Hackensack) .. J. C* E. ................. Spring Valley, Inasmuch Circle. Westwood ................. J. C E. ............. Oradell............... . Hasbrouck Heights...... " C E. ............. Highwood ............. Rochelle Park .......... Bogart Memorial, Bogota... •Harrington P a r k ...... . Willing Workers (Girls). •Report 1914.

78 Mrs. C. Romaine, 114 Passaic St, Hackensack, N. J. 29 Miss E m m a S. Doremus, 26 Warren St., Hackensack, “ 27 Miss Hazel Felter, Union and John Streets, Hackensack, ... Mrs. H. B. Jenkins, Dumont,

..

46 38 ... 16 32 ... 82i. 17 ... 22 17 16 .. 17

.. .........

Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Hackensack, Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss

Thomas L. Bump, Closter, John N. Voorhis, North Hackensack, Harris Freer. North Hackensack, A. U. Hopper, Box 58 R. F. D. 1, Ridgewood, W . F. MacKenzie, Westwood, H. R. Ray, Westwood, A. N. Stow, Westwood, J. K. Overocker, Hasbrouck Heights, Clemence Edson, Hasbrouck Heights, Edith Griswold, Highwood, John Ackerman, Rochelle Park, E. M. Menair, 62 Larch Ave., Bogota, Frances Cox, Harrington Park, Margretta Muller, Harrington Park,

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CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. Christie Romaine, Hackensack, N. J. Mrs. H. B. Jenkins, Dumont, N. J.

CLASSICAL C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ' S W O R K : O F F I C E R S O F M I S S I O N A R Y UNION:,

President, Mrs. H. A. Freer, North Hackensack, N. J. Vice-President, Mrs. C. W . Gulick, Dumont, N. J. Secretary, Miss Frances Duryee, 1827 Hackensack Rd., North Bergen, N. J. Treasurer, Mrs. J. K. Overocker, Washington PI., Hasbrouck Heights, N. J.


B. T. Van Alen, 10 Tonnelle Ave., Jersey City, N. J. F. E. Thompson, 119 W . 38rd St., Bayonne, “ William Wauters, 820 Avenue A, Bayonne, Jacob Kegelman, 272 Fifth St, Jersey City, Seward Borst, 47 Astor Place, Jersey City, J. M. Huff. 42 W . Hamilton Place, Jersey City,

BerRcn (Jersey City)........ First. Bayonne..............

60 38

First, Van Vorst (jersey City).. J. C £• •Park (Jersey City).......... J. C. E. ................. •Fifth St, Bayonne.......... •J. C. E . ................ Second. Hudson City .......

21

Greenville ................. J. C. E. ........... . Third, Bayonne ...... First, German Evang. ... St John's German Evang. Faith ............... . J. C. E. ............

12 Miss Helen Reid, 119 Danforth Ave., Jersey City,

Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss

Mrs. C. A. Beach, W . 6th St, Bayonne, Mrs. J. Cadmus, 114 W . 6th St, Bayonne, Mrs. Charles Herge, 278 Pacific St, Jersey City, Mrs. A. H. Moore, 100 Bently Ave., Jersey City, Miss Vernon Kelsec, Bartholdie Place, Jersey City,

10 ..

Mrs. J. Boyd Hunter, 228 W e g m a n PI., jersey City, “ Miss F. Chisholm. 184 Virginia Ave., jersey City, “

•Report 1914. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. E. S. Cowles, 282 Barrow St., Jersey City, N. J. CLASSICAL C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ' S W O R K : Miss Sarah B. Cowles, 282 Barrow St, Jersey City, N. J. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President. Mrs. A. Duryee, 24 Highland Ave., Jersey City, N. J. Vice-President, Mrs. David Weidner, 664 Jersey Ave., Jersey City, N. J. Secretary, Mrs. F. E. Thompson, 119 W . 88d St, Jersey City, N. J. Treasurer, Mrs. R. H. Maddocks, 828 Arlington Ave., Jersey City, N. J.


CLASSIS OF THE CASCADES— P. S. C. C hubchbs

N u m b e r op M embers

Societies

and

S ecretaries

-Mrs. T. G. Brouwer, Lynden, Manhattan, First ........... Big Ti m b e r......... ....... M o n a r c h ................... Montana. First.............. North Yakima .......... Jr C. E. ................. Oak Harbor ...............

24 ...

Wash.

Mrs. P. A. Huysman, R. F. D. 1, N. Yakima, Frank Gerritsen, R. F. D. 1, N. Yakima,

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K :

CLASSIS OF DAKOTA— P. S. C. C hurches

and

Societies

N u m b e r op M embers

Castlewood ................. Corsica .................... Charles Mix (Platte)......... Davis ..................... Ebenezer (Scotland) ........ .... *#G'rand View (Armour)..... 20 Harrison ................... .... •Mission Station ........... .... ••Hope (Westfield) ......... .... •Y. L. M. S ............... .... •Immanuel (Springfield) ..... 11 Willing Workers. Y. L. S... .... Litchville.................. • 88 Maurice, American.......... .... J. C. E ................... .... •Monroe. S. D .............. 12 First Church, Aurora Co., S. D.. 19 North (Marion) ............ .... Orange City, American....... 45 Y. L. M. S............... Sandham Memorial (Monroe)... .... •Report 1914.

**Report 1911.

S ecretaries

Mrs. H. Bobeldyk, R. F. D., Corsica, Mrs. Mary Daane, Harrison, Mrs. T. Brak, Stickney, Mrs. E. S. Schilstra, Westfield, Miss Kate Campaan, Westfield, Mrs. John Nagel, Springfield, Miss A)ora Van Der Let, Springfield, Mrs. H.. Kooi, Litchville, Mrs. P. Van Peursem, Maurice, Miss Emily Heusinkvelt, Maurice, Mrs. John Heemstra, Monroe, Mrs. Jacob Brack, R. F. D. 1, White Lake, Mrs. B. Duven, Marion, Mrs. A. J. Bctten, Orange City, Miss Mae Van de Steeg, Orange City, Mrs. J. Heemstra, Monroe, 1

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. A. Haverkamp, Monroe, S. D. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Jennie Oggel, Orange City, Iowa. M I S S I O N A R Y U N I O N W I T H CLASSIS O F I O W A : President, Mrs. D. Scholton, Ireton, Iowa. Vice-President, Mrs. A. Te Paske, Sioux Center, Iowa. Vice-President, Mrs. Henry De Long, Maurice, Iowa. Vice-President, Mrs. P. A. J. Bouma, Hull. Iowa. Secretary, Mrs. D. Van der Schaff, Hull, Iowa. Treasurer. Mrs. John Van der Beek, Maurice, Iowa.

S.fD. it

N.(D. S.D.

N. D. Iowa S,D. N. D. Iowa S. D.


CLASSIS OF GRAND RIVER.— P. S. C. C hurches

and

N u m b e r op M embers

Societies

"Ada ..................... Atwood (Central Lake) ...... CooperavUle ...............

.... .... 30

Secretaries

Mrs. Louis Van Stelle, R. F. D. 45, Ada, Mrs. J. Feringa, R. F. D. 1. Central Lake, Mrs. li. Gunneman, R. F. D. 8, Coopersville,

Decatur ......................... Detroit .................... 55 Mrs. S. Hoogstra, 710 Sheridan Ave, Detroit, “ Fremont .................. 42 Mrs. Toe Rozema, Fremont. ** First. Grand Haven.......... 105 Mrs. Louis Hieftje, 725 Columbus St, Grand Haven, “ *Y. L» M. C ............. .... Miss Mary Ver Berkmose, Franklin St, Grand Haven, 4* Third. Grand Rapids......... 80 Mrs. A. De Vree, 100 Dwight Ave., Grand Rapids, " *x• Ihl* S. Miss Minnie Van Huizen, 26 E. Fulton Place, Grand Rapids, “ J. C. E. ......... Miss Elizabeth De Young, 920 Fountain St., Grand Rapids, “ Fourth, Grand Rapids. Mrs. H. W . Hofs, 81 Leonard St, N.W., Grand Rapids, “ Y. L. M .......... Miss Mary Lootens, 351 Spencer St., Grand Rapids, “ Fifth. Grand Rapids. 122 Mrs. H. Boom, 415 Grant St, Grand Rapids, “ Y. Wl S........ 30 Miss H. Schipper, 910 Caulfield Ave., S.W., Grand Rapids, “ “ Sixth. Grand Rapids........ Mrs. W m . Grootters. 1037 Noble St, Grand Rapids, ••Seventh, Grand Rapids.... Mrs. H. Van Velden, R. F. D. 2, Grand Rapids, “ Y. L. M. S............... 30 Miss Jennie Hoogesteger, 1040 Lincoln Ave., Grand Rapids, ✓“ •Eighth, Grand Rapids.... . Mrs. Van Dermaar. Burton St, Grand Rapids, " 32 Mrs. E. Smallegange. 211 Ives Ave., Grand Rapids, “ Ninth, Grand Rapids..... . J. Van Ess, Ball Park Drive, Grand Rapids, “ C. E ................... Trinity, Grand, Rapids....... Miss Elsie Firnanberg, 718 Myrtle St.'N.W., Y. L. M. S ............... Grand Rapids, Grandville ................. Mrs. N. Stelma, Grandville, **Y. L. M. B ............. Miss Fanny Vanpemulder, Grandville, Grant ..................... First, Kalamazoo ........... Mrs. D. Niessink, 919 S. Burdick St., Kalamazoo, Miss Marie Wiesner, E. Dutton St., Grand Rapids, *Y. W . S................. •Helping Hand (Children) ... Miss Katie Van Dan, 718 W. South St, Kalamazoo. J. C. E ................... John Weenink, 801 Staple Ave., Kalamazoo, Third. Kalamazoo........... Mrs. F. Boekhout, 1305 N. West St., Kalamazoo, •Fourth, Kalamazoo ......... Mrs. S. Wiebenga, 207 Emerson St, Kalamazoo, Moddersville ............... First. Muskegon ............ Mrs. J. Hockenga, 38J4 Myrtle St. Muskegon, I. H. N. Society........... Miss Anna Stevens, R. F. D. 4, Muskegon, Third. Muskegon ........... N e w E r a .................. Mrs. C. Van der Sluis, N e w Era, Portage ................... Rehoboth .................. Mrs. James Doll, Lucas, South Haven ............... Spring Lake ............... 26 Mrs. A d a m Wagner, Box 219, Spring Lake, Y. L. M. S ............... 28 Miss Della Muld/er, Spring Lake, .. Mrs. J. Dyksterhuis, Route 11, No. 88, Kalamazoo, Twin Lakes................ •Report 1914.

••Report 1912.

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. A. Vanden Berg, 1009 Hermitage St., Grand Rapids, Mich. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Anna Neerken, Zeeland, Mich. Mrs. M. Lokerse, Zeeland, Mich. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

.

President, Mrs. C. V. R. Gilmore, 60 E. 12th St, Holland, Mich. yice'President,.Mr8. S. C. Nettinga, 535 Church Place, Grand Rapids, Mich. Vice-President, Mrs. Tames Wayer, 785 Baldwin St Grand Rapids, Mich. Vice-President, Mrs. W, J. Van Kersen. Holland, Mich. Secretary, Miss Jennie Kremers, 39 E. 12th St., Holland, Mich. Treasurer, Mrs. B. Cooper, Kalamazoo, Mich.


CLASSIS OF GREENE— P. S. A.

•First. Athens ........ *J. C. E ............ •Crusaders, David Abeel Post* Catskill .............. ....

Mrs. Tracy D. Mower, Athens, Mrs. Norman Cooper, Athens,

200

Mrs. F. H. Osborn, Catskill,

C. T. Traver, Catskill, JW:.:::::::::::::::::: ::: : Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Dykstra, Catskill, First, Coxsackie ............ 29 Miss A. M. Terry, Coxsackie, Second, Coxsackie .......... All Kiskatom ................. 80 ni.* Rbinebart \g M. r B%................. •Leeds ......................... •Report 1914.

Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss

S. T. Clifton, Coxsackie, S. O. Lawsing, R. F. D. 1, Catskill, S. O. Lawsing, R. F. D. 1, Catskill, Henrietta Palmatier, Leeds,

i CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Miss Josephine Hopkins, Catskill, N. Y.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Eunice 0. Smith, Catskill, N. Y. OFFICERS O F T H E M I SSIONARY UNION:

President. Mrs. John Dykstra, Catskill, N. Y. First Vice-President. Mrs. H. J. Herge, Athens, N. Y. Second Vice-President. Mrs. Oliver Palmer, Kiskatom, N. Y. Secretary. Mrs. Norman Cooper, Athens, N. Y. Treastirer, Mrs Charles Vedder, Leeds, N. Y.

N. Y.


S ecretaries ^ Beaverdam .... Cleveland. First . Cleveland, Calvary J. C. E. ........ East Overisel (Ham ton) Ebenezer .... Gelderland ... **Graafschap . Haarlem .... Hamilton .... Y. W. M. S. First. Holland Y. L. M. S. J. C. E ..... Third. Holland Y. L. M. S......... Mission Band (Cbildre J. C. E ........ Fourth. Holland .. First, Jamestown . Second, Jamestown Y. L. M. S.... J. C. E ........ North Blendon ... Willing Workers *Y. L. S....... North Holland. ..!. Y. L. M. C .... J. C. E ........ Overisel ........ South Blendon ... Y. L. M. B. ... Three Oaks .... Vriesland ...... First, Zeeland .... Tryphosa Y. L. N hi. b . ....... Second. Zeeland .-. Mubesheraat Circle Mission Band (Children) •Report 1914.

60 ,..

Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

Jacob Hop, R. R. 1, Hudsonville, Mich. W. Ryks, 2668 E. 69th St., Cleveland. Ohio H. Nykamp, 1975 W. 52nd’ St., Cleveland, M. A. Stegeman, 1920 W . 65th St., Cleveland,

20

Mrs. G. H. Boeve, Box 15, R. R. 6. Holland,

Mich.

L. Lugers, Holland, 19 18 55 29 ... 61 54 40 ... 44 40 ... 22 ... ... 14 ... 86 22 ... 77 12 28 22 28 ... 29 ... 60 81 ...

••Report 1912.

Mrs, W . Borgman, R. F. D. 2, Hamilton, Miss Margaret Brower, R. R. 2. Hamilton, Miss Maud Zwemer, 853 Central Ave.. Holland, Miss Westveer, 205 College Ave., Holland, Miss H. Zwemer, 858 Central Ave., Holland, Mrs. William Vander Ven, 215 W. 18th St, Holland, Miss Hermine Ihrman, 800 W . 14th St., Holland, Miss Esther Prakken, W. 18th St., Holland, Miss G. Hoekje, 144 W . 10th St, Holland, Mrs. Alice Timmer. 249 W'. 16th St, Holland, Mrs. J. Smallegan, R. R. 8, Hudsonville, Mrs. J. H. De Weerd, R. R. 4, Hudsonville, Miss Della Rynbrandt R. R. 4, Hudsonville, Rev. G. Hangkamp, Jamestown, Mrs. A. Kuyen, R. F. D. 5, Zeeland, Miss Mabel Dalman. R. F. D. 6, Hudsonville, Miss Mary Huizinga. R. F. D. 6, Hudsonville, Mrs. B. Vinkemulder, R. F. D. 2, Box 66, Holland, Miss Anna Brower, R. R. 2, Holland, Rev. G. Tysse, R. F. D. 10, Holland, Mrs. J. R. De. Vries, Overisel, Mrs. P. Stegeman, R. R. 5, Hudsonville, Miss Kate Baarman, R. R. 1, Hudsonville, Mrs. Geo. Portinga, 13 Maple St, Three Oaks, Mrs. C. I. Den Herder, Box 16, Vriesland, Miss Martina DeLong, Zeeland, Miss Caroline Meengs, Zeeland, Miss Martina Dejong. Zeeland, Mrs. R. Veneklasen, Zeeland. Miss Mae La Huis, Zeeland, Mrs. B. Hoffman. Zeeland. <

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. Ralph Veneklasen, Zeeland, Mich. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Jeanette Westveer, 205 College Ave, Holland, Mich. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. C. V. R. Gilmore, Holland, Mich. First Vice-President, Mrs. S. C. Nettinga, 535 Church Place, Grand Rapids, Mich. Second Vice-President, Mrs. James Wayer, 736 Baldwin St. Grand Rapids, Mich. Third Vice-President. Mrs. W . J. Van Kersen, Holland, Mich. Secretary, Miss Jennte Kremers, 89 E. 12th St, Holland, Mich. Treasurer, Mrs. B. Cooper, Kalamazoo, Mich.

U


First, Claverack ... **K. D ......... Gallatin (Mt. Ross). J. C. E .........

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J. C. E ......... ___ •J. C. E ........ !!!! Linlithgo (Livingston ••Livingston M e m 1 [Linlit go). .... .... D R. S........ ___ West Copake ....

•j. c. £ :::::::: •Report 1914.

Mrs. Edgar A. Milham, Claverack, Miss Mary Gaddis, Claverack, Miss Mary Gaddis, Claverack, ” 24 Mrs. Norman Weaver, Gallatinville, Rev. F. Force, Mt. Ross, " a Mrs. S. W. Lasher, Germantown, Miss Ada Rivenberg, Germantown, Rev. B. F. White, Germantown, 34 Mrs. W . B. Walker. R. F: D. 2, Hudson, 78 Mrs. J. P. Van Wyck, 22 S. 6th St, Hudson, Miss A m y Pultz, 612 Union St, Hudson, "45 Miss Margaret S. Weeks, Livingston, .... Miss E. E. Haynor, Livingston, 29 Miss E. Gertrude Fassett, Mellenville, Miss Edna Miller, Mellenville, Mrs. Fred Abele, Mellenville. 36 Miss M. E. Snyder, 62 Summit St., Philmont,

••Report 191* CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. Charles Benson, 221 Warren St., Hudson, N. Y.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E 'ON Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Isabelle Harder. Philmont. N. Y. ‘ OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION: L. Appeldoorn, Mellenville, N. Y. Miss Margaret Weeks, Livingston, N. Y. Henry Miller, Claverack, N. Y. Andrew Gardner, Greenport, N. Y.

President, Mrs. Vice President, Secretary, Mrs. Treasurer, Mrs.

N.Y .


Bethany (Roseland. Chicago).... Y. W . S.................. •Fairview ................. First, Manito .............. K. D ..................... Sunshine M. B ............ Northwestern (Chicago) ..... Norwood Park (Chicago)..... Pennsylvania Lane (Mason City) Raritan ................... *Spring Lake K. D .......... Summit ................... fTrinity (Chicago) .......... *Report 1914.

114 Johanna C. Nichols, 10744 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 88 Miss Hilda Waalkes. 10932 Indiana Ave., Chicago, “ ... Mrs. H. E. Stout, Fairview, “ ... . Miss Fannie Jones, R. F. D. 2, Manito, .... Mrs. Porter black, Manito,

13 ....

Mrs. S. E. Corzatt, Raritan, Miss Rebecca McLaughlin, R. F. D. 2, Manito,

....

Miss E. Dimnent, 3911 Congress St., Chicago,

tRe*organized. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Miss E. Dimnent, 8911 Congress St., Chicago, III. Mrs. J. Lamar, 50 W . 111th St, Chicago, 111.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Catherine Slervers, 61 W . 103rd St., Chicago, 111. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. Jacob De Young, 10559 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III First Vice-President, Mrs. J. Sietsema, 11623 Perry Ave., Chicago, 111. Second Vice-President, Mrs. J. Lamar, 50 W. 111th St., Chicago, 111. Secretary, Mrs. P. Braak, 1148 So. Humphrey Ave., Oak Park, 111. Treasurer, Mrs. J. Felthouse, 1307 W'. Garfield Boulevard, Chicago, 111.


Ashbury (Palco) ................. Alton ..................... SO ••Y.

L.

B ....................................

Archer .......... ............... Bethel (Leota) .............. 80 Y.

L.

B ..............................

U

•Boyden ........................ 12 Carmel .................... ••Churchville (Pipestone) ........... *Doon .......................... Edgerton .................. 21 Free Grace (Middleburg)...........

Mrs. D. Roos. Alton, Miss Dora Visser, Alton.

Iowa "

Mrs. T. D. Schmidt, Kenneth, Miss Laura Kreun, Leota, Mrs. J. S. Dethmers, Boyden, Mrs. R. Bartels, Sioux Center. Mrs. F. Vander Woude, Pipestone, Mrs. M. J. Scholten, Doon, Mrs. Henry Wassink, Edgerton,

Minn. Iowa Minn. Iowa Minn.

Miss Tracy Vander Hilt, care jno. Hubers, La Baa a . a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aaaa Orange City, Iowa Friesland (Sandstone)............. Neb. Holland, Neb............... 70 Miss Jennie Den Herder, Holland. Workers for Christ........ 46 Miss Sarah Oldemeyer, Hickman, Iowa 20 Mrs. Van Rooyen, Hospers, Hospers................... •Y. L. B ....................... Miss Tillie Van Zyl, Hospers, « Hull ...................... 60 Mrs. W. W. Roos, R. D. 2. Hull, Kan. Luctor (Prairie View)....... 86 Mrs. Hattie Mulder, R. R. 1, Prairie View, Iowa Maurice .................. 45 Mrs. J. Vander Brink, Maurice, M Y.'L. M. S............... 29 Miss Mae Duven, Maurice, <4 N e w Kirk ................. 16 Mrs. S. P. De Jong, R. F. D. 1. Hospers, n Miss Minnie Harmelink, Hospers, •Y. L. M. S..... ............... <4 Orange City................ 77 Mrs. William Rozenboom, Orange City, (4 Dorcas .................. 36 Mrs. B. Van der Aarde, Orange City, •Mission Band Y. L .............. Miss Jennie Roetman, Orange City, Mrs. C. Van Rooyen, Orange City, •Pella. Neb.' (Ada™) Neb. Miss Hannah Vanderbeek, R. F. D. 2, Adams, Kan. Mrs. G. A. Van Diest, Prairie View, Iowa Mrs. M. deBlonk, Box 40, Rock Valley, •Rock Valley.................... Roseland, Minn. (Svea)............ Kan. Rotterdam (Cawker City).... 0 Mrs. John Woiberd, R. R. 8, Cawker City, Minn. Sandstone ................. 22 Mrs. John Postma, Sandstone, Sheldon ......................... Silver Creek (Maple Lake)......... Iowa First. Sioux Center.......... 75 Mrs. G'. W. Wesselink, Sioux Center, “ Y. L. M. B ............... 30 Miss Lillian van Putten, Sioux Center, “ ••Second. Sioux Center....'........ Mrs. W . Van Steenbergen, Sioux Center, Helping Hand ............ 35 Mrs. A. Poppen, Sioux Center, “ +Sioux City ..................... Mrs. J. W . Florein, 2117 Cypress Ave., Sioux City, " ••••Spring Creek (Navarre)........ Mrs. John Roetman, R. F. D. 2, Edgerton, Minn. Volga .......................... •Report 1014.

**Report 1918.

••••Report 1911.

fNew Society.

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Miss Marie Muilenburg, Orange City, Iowa. Mrs. Anthony Te Paske, Sioux Center, Iowa. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Cynthia Muilenburg, Orange City, Iowa. O F F I C E R S O F M I S S I O N A R Y U N I O N ( W I T H CLASSIS O F D A K O T A ) President. Mrs. D. Scholten. Ireton, Iowa. First Vice-President, Mrs. A. Te Paske, Sioux Center, Iowa. Second Vice-President, Mrs. Henry De Jong, Maurice, Iowa. Third Vice-President, Mrs. P. A. J. Bouma, Hull, Iowa. Secretory. Mrs. D. Vander Schaaf. Hull, Iowa. Treasurer, Mrs. John Vander Beek, Maurice, Iowa.


•Broomingdale (Bloomington)... The Clove (High Falls)...... AJligerville ................ Gardiner .................. J. C. E .................. •Guilford ................. Hurley .................... WUling Workers (Y. L. S.). Fair St., Kingston........... j. c e . ............... Krumville ................. Lyonsville ................. Marbletown (Stone Ridge).... tNorth Marbletown.......... N e w Paltz ................ Mary Beattie ,(Y. L. S.).... •Rochester (Accord) ........ Rosendale ................. RoseSia& Plains (Tilison)!!!!! St. Remy ................. •Report 1914.

.. 18 10 27

Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

L. M. Hilterbrant, R. F. D. 1, Kingston, T. M. Barnhart, High Falls, H. B. DeWitt, Alligerville, M. E. Stephens, Gardiner,

.. 40 10 .. 85

Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs.

Selah Schoonmaker, Gardiner, J. F. Durfee, Hurley, Bessie N. Cole, Hurley, Luella Snyder, Hurley, P. H. Osterboudt, 18 Oak St., Kingston,

12 28 50 17 ... 16 ...

Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Rev.

K. H. Cantine, Stone Ridge, Margaret S. Bevier, Marbletown, Philip D u Uois, N e w Paltz, Mary Deyo, Jr., Forest Glen, Ada Clearwater, Accord. Depuy Davis, Rosendale, T. A. Beekman, Rosendale,

25

Mrs. Katherine Sutton, Saint Remy,

fRe-organized. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Miss Mary Deyo, Gardiner, N. Y. . Mrs. Edgar Ellsworth, St. Remy, N. Y.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Mrs. M. Verne Oggel N e w Paltz, N. Y. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. M. A. Weed, The Huntington, Kingston, N. Y. Vice-President, Mrs. P. P. Brink, Hurley, N. Y. Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. Edgar Ellsworth, St Remy, N. Y.

RY.


Jamaica ................... •y . w/church ciub::::::::: Newtown (Elmhurst) ....... Oyster Bay (Glen Head)..... North Hempstead (Manhasset) .. Williamsburg ............... Crystal Society ........... First. Astoria............... . *K. D. Whatsoever Circle.... *Flushing ................. **Kent St. Brooklyn........ •South Bushwick ........... •J. C* E ...... *........... Second. Astoria. German..... Queens ................... J. C. E ................... Junior Mission Circle...... German Evang. (Brooklyn).... Sayville ................... Locust Valley .............. College Point............... First. Long Island City....... ••Bushwick ............... German. Evang. (Jamaica).... Hicksville ................. German, Newtown (Elmhurst).. Steinway ............ ...... Church of Jesus (Brooklyn).... ••New Hyde Park........... Sunnyside (Long Island City).. +Winfield ................. fGerman Evang. (Far Rockaway) •Report 1914.

140 Mrs. M. M. Kittell, 101 Herriman Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. .... Mrs. R. H. Carmen, 8 Myrtle Ave., Jamaica, “ .... Miss Mdry Hull, Clinton Ave., Jamaica, “ 17 Mrs. L. F. Booth, Box 208, Elmhurst, " 85 Mrs. F. C. Smith, Glen Head, “ 11 Miss Edeliza Schenck. Manhasset. " 25 Miss J. A. Smith, 660 McDonough St, Brooklyn, “ 26 Miss M. L. Clark, 133 Hewes St, Brooklyn, " 20 Miss Lottie E. Smith, 70 Remsen St.. Astoria, “ .... Miss Laura Vincent, 89 Fulton St, Astoria, “ .... Mrs. Joseph Poey, 225 Lincoln St, Flushing, “ .... Miss Grace Jordan, 183 Oak St, Brooklyn, “ .... Mrs. E. Wederman, 858 Bushwick Ave., Brooklyn, “ .... Mrs. R. Schulties, 263 Evergreen Ave., Brooklyn, “ 22 Miss Lillie M. Gerken, 275 Grand Ave., Astoria, “ 46 Mrs. George E. Bergen, Creed Ave., Queens, “ .... Miss Olga Stein, N. Wetland Ave., Queens, “ 15 Miss Beryl Hurlbert, Queens Court, Queens, M 82 i6 ....

••Report 1918.

Miss Mae Dan Essendelft, West Sayville, Mrs. G. A. Gray, 118 Prospect St, Long Island City, “ Mrs. E. W. Pink, 67 Maspeth Ave., Brooklyn, “

Mrs. Frank Schwartz, Floral Park, .. 10

Mrs. F. W. Henkel, 48 Woodside Ave., Winfield, Mrs. John H. Monsees, Cedarhurst,

f N e w Society.

*

CLASSICAL C O MMITTEE: Miss A. S. Wyckoff, 95 Clinton Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. Mrs. George E. Bergen, Creed Ave., Queens, N. Y. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Katherine Ackert, 99 Hardenbrook Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. OFFICERS O F M I SSIONARY UNION:

Hon. President, Mrs. C. Rapelye, Astoria, N. Y. President, Mrs. George E. Bergen, Creed Ave., Queens, N. Y. Vice-President, Mrs. D. M. Thompson, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Secretary, Miss Barlow, 98 Kent St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Treasurer, Miss M. M. Curtis, 19 Willett St, Jamaica, N. Y.

“ “


05 40 47 37 ,...

First, Brooklyn . First, Fiatbush . Y. W. Aux. .. Grace (Brooklyn) *Y. W. S.... N e w Utrecht ............... The Neighbors ........... Gravesend ................

50 30 38

J. C. E ................... Flatlands .................

.... 29

N e w Lots, Y. L. M ........... Forest Park (Brooklyn)...... *Gids ^Mission Band......

18 24 .... .... 76 .... .... ....

South (Brooklyn) ........... Y. W. S. ............... J. C. E. ................. •Twelfth St, Brooklyn....... *J. C. E .................. Bethany (Brooklyn) ......... Church on Heights (Brooklyn).. Arabian Circle ........... N e w Brooklyn ............. Second, Fiatbush ........... Canarsie................... Ocean Hill (Brooklyn) ...... Edgewobd ...... ........... J. C. E ................... Greenwood Heights ......... Bay Ridge................. Eendracht Club ........... Wbodlawn (Brooklyn) ...... Ridgewood ................ Barren Island............... Windsor Terrace............

.... 20 30 15

Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss

A. Korber, 103 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. J. D. Prince, 849 Fiatbush Ave., Brooklyn, “ E. M. Simpson, 2011 Albermarle Rd., Brooklyn, “ Irving Green, 1589 E. 19th St., Brooklyn, “ L. J. Rowe, Ocean Ave., near Woodruff, ■ Brooklyn, " Miss P. M. Hegeman, 7922 18th Ave., Brooklyn, “ Miss P. M. Hegeman, 7922 18th Ave.. Brooklyn, “ Miss L. R. Lake, Gravesend Ave. ana Ave. P, Brooklyn, “ Miss M. E. Voris, 419 Neck Road, Brooklyn, “ Miss R. Jane Ryder, Kings Highway and, E. 34th St, Brooklyn, “ Miss E. W . Hasbrouck, 653 Schenck Ave., Brooklyn, “ Mrs. Charles Tillinghast, 714 Boyd St, Woodhaven, “ Miss Ethel M. Gumjan, 20 Stanley St, Woodhaven, “ Miss Hanna Bolz, 47 Leggett Ave., Woodhaven, “ Mrs. J. S. Desmond, 342 Senator St., Brooklyn, “ Miss Mabel Ward. 5524 4th Ave., Brooklyn. “ Carl A. Pearson, 6805 Ft Hamilton Ave., Brooklyn, “ Mrs. Thomas Baringer, 177 Westminster Rd., Brooklyn, “ Miss Lindner, 527a Sixth Ave., Brooklyn, “ Mrs. C. A. F. Lagerstedt, 413 8th St., Brooklyn, “ Miss M. L. Edwards, 145 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, " Miss Agnes Grady, 111 Pierrepont St, Brooklyn, “

1C ...

Mrs. R. N. Pickering, 1180 E. 96th St, Brooklyn, Mrs. A. Klee, Canarsie Lane, Brooklyn,

i5 ... 11 37 32 60

Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss

Alex. Wiison, 1441 59tb St, Brooklyn, M. T. Chatfield. 1865 55th St, Brooklyn, J. T. Phillips, 4424 Sixth Ave., Brooklyn, Elizabeth L. Glen, 246 80th St, Brooklyn, Norman Ferguson, 435 81st St., Brooklyn,' Anna lA>tt, 1486 E. 9th St., Brooklyn,

•Report 1914. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Miss M. L. Edwards, 145 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. P. A. MacLean, 864 President St., Brooklyn, N. Y. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Catharine Lott, 20 Mackay Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. OFFICERS O F M I SSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. S. G. Tyndall, 743 45th St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Vice-President, Mrs. C. K, Mayne, 139 Bay 17th St, Brooklyn, N. Y. • Secretary, Miss Louise G. Zabnskie, 878 Fiatbush Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Treasurer, Mrs. Louis German, 251 Canarsie Lane, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Bethany (Grand Rapids)......

62

Y. L. M. S...............

37

Bethany (Kalamazoo) .......

61 ....

Bethel (Grand Rapids)...... Y. L. M. B ............... Grace (Grand Rapids).......

21 89

**Y. P. M. S............. Girls’ Guild .............. •Second, Grand Haven....... First, Grand Rapids.......... Second, Grand Rapids....... •Y. L. S.......... ....... Hope (Holland) ............ J, C* E. Immanuel (Grand Rapids)....

Se- T l KMalT Z00.::::::::::: •Mission Band Y. L ....... •J. C. E .................. ‘‘‘No. Park St.. Kalamazoo--Doshikwai M. C„ Y. L. S ___ Second. Muskegon .......... Y. W. M. C .............. L C E ....... ........ . ^Trinity, Holland........... •Report 1914.

....

Mrs. Jas. Buys, 33 Eastern Ave., S.E., Grand Rapids. Mich. Miss Gertrude Whitefleet, 418 S. Diamond Ave., Grand Rapids. “ Mrs. Peter TerBorgh. 919 Mill St, Kalamazoo, " Mr. S. Wagner, 1618 S. Burdick St, Kalamazoo, “ Miss Alida Sandy, 485 Sweet St., Grand Rajrids, “ Mrs. J. Jay Hovingb, Jr., 79 Hudson Ave., o.W., Grand Rapids, “ Miss Fannie De Haan, R. F. D., Holland. u

....

Mrs. Peter kiaver, Lafayette St, Grand Haven, '* Mrs. B. Langeler, Lafayette Ave., N.E., Grand Rapids, " 51 Mrs. E. N. Freyling. 1057 Wealthy Ave., Grand Rapids, “ .... Miss Marie Witman, 727 Union St, S.E., Grand Rapids, “ 80 Mrs. G. W. Browning, 66 W. 13th St., Holland, “ ___ Mrs. C. V. R. Gilmore, 60 E. 12th St. Holland, “ ....

69 Mrs. Peter De Young. 516 Oak St, Kalamazoo, “ ... Miss Winifred Vander Salm, 226 Vine St., Kalamazoo, “ ... Miss Esther Den Adel, 419 Park Place, Kalamazoo, “ ... Miss Minnie Appeldoorn, 436 W. Cedar St. Kalamazoo, a< ... Miss Jennie Worhraen, N. Pitcher St. Kalamazoo, " 22 Miss Cora Vette, 1111 Clark St., Kalamazoo, “ ... Miss Lena Nederveld, 234 Wall St. Kalamazoo, “ 59 Mrs. W . R. Stahl, 7 Clinton St., Muskegon, “ 42 Miss Minnie H. Vander Linde, 85 Peck St, ' Muskegon, “ ....

**Report 1913.

Mrs. Henry Wickering, 408 College Ave., Holland, “

***Report 1912.

f N e w Society.

CLASSICAL C O MMITTEE: * Mrs. C. V. R. Gilmore, Holland, Mich. Mrs. A m e Vennema, Holland, Mich. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Mrs. Garret Hondelink, 185 Jefferson St., Muskegon, Mich. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION: Same as Grand River and Holland. OFFICERS

OF MISSIONARY

UNION— KALAMAZOO

CONFERENCE:

President, Mrs. John Steunenberg, West Cedar St, .Kalamazoo, Mich.. Vice-President, Mrs. S. J. Manning, Portage, Mich. 'Vice-President, Mrs. Thomas. ' Secretary, Mrs. J. Vander Muelen. Treasurer, Mrs. P. Weenink, 923 North West St, Kalamazoo, Mich.


CLASSIS OF MONMOUTH.— P. S. N. B. C hubches

N u m b e b op M embers

Societies

and

First. Freehold (Marlboro). Holmdel ............. Middletown ............ Second, tFreehold ...... . J. C. E .......... . •Keyport .............. **Long Branch ......... Colt’s >Neck . ........... Asbury Park ........... Red Bank* *.-;............ •Report 1014.

28

22 22

20 33

Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs.

Secretaries S. B. Wells. Marlbor N. J. Ella D u ’Bois, R. F. ». Matawan, k-.h MSiMlrtr D. D. Hendrickson,________. .. J. A. Conover, Freehold, . Annabel D u Bois, Freehold. A. S. Van Buskirk,. Keyport, S. C. Shann, 68 Washington St., Long Branch, Lizzie Soffel, R. F. D. 1, Freehold, M. Howell, 128, Heck Ave., Ocean Grove,

''Report 1918. • CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. Edgar Schenck^ R. F. D. No. 2, Matawan, N. J.

C L A S S I C A L 1C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : f '' ^Mrs. J'Holmes'Conover, Lyncroft, N. J. O F F I C E R S O F M I S S I O N A R Y UNION.:

■ark' N-J’

Treasurer, Mrs. Edgar Schenck, R. F..D. 2, Matawan, N. J.


C hurches

and

Societies

N u m b e r op M embers

First. Amsterdam ........... 60 Trinity, Amsterdam ......... 77 •Auriesville ..................... Canajobarie ................ 28 Cicero .......................... Columbia ....................... Cortland ........................ Cranesville ...................... Currytown ................ 27 Ephratab ....................... •Florida (Minaville) ............ . Fonda .................... All Fort Plain ............... •• Mizpah Circle ................. J. C E ........................ Fort Herkimer................... •Fultonville ..................... Glen ...................... 32 •Hagaman ...................... Girls’ Mission Band.............. Herkimer .................. 28 *J. M. B ............. 25 Interlakten ........... . Young People’s Guild... •Johnstown ........... • J. C. E .................. Lodi ...................... •Manheim (Little Falls)..... Mapletown ................ Mohawk .................. Naumberg ................. Owasco ................... Owasco Outlet .............. •St Johnsville .............. K. D ..................... J. C. E ................... Sprakers .................. Stone Arabia ............... •First, Syracuse............. ••Second, Syracuse.......... J. C. E. ................. Thousand Islands ........... Utica .....................

44

Anna Sebum, 151 Florida Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y. Eliza Snyder, 28 Charles St., Amsterdam, “ Jennie M. Miller, R. F. D. 1, Fultonville, “ _ Peter F. Van Evera, Canajobarie, “

Miss Sarah Dievendorf, R. F. D. 1, Sprakers, Mrs. W m . Kelly, R. F. D. 2, Amsterdam, Mrs. Howard T. Dow. Fonda, Mrs. Howard D. Smith, Fort Plain, Mrs. H. C. Willoughby, Fort Plain, Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss

James S. Smith. Fultonville, , Thos. Luke, R. F. D. 1, Fultonville, Frank L. Hart, Hagaman, Elizabeth Davis, Hagaman, W. I. Petrie, 301 Green St., Herkimer, M. B. Harter, 429 Prospect St., Herkimer, M. H. Eylenburgh, Interlaken, Katharine Grant, Interlaken, S. V. W. Bedford, 101 Collingwood Ave., Johnstown, Mrs. P. S. Beekman. Johnstown, ‘ Mrs. A. W. Harris, R. F. D ^ Lodi, Seneca Co., Miss Florence E. Snell, R. F. D. 2, Little Falls,

20

Mrs. C. F. Leonhardt, Mohawk.

45

Mrs. N. B. Ford, Owasco, Mrs. Seward Walrath, 3 W. Main S|t.,

60

io

^

17 20

Mrs. Trickey, Alexandria Bay, ' Miss S. B. Seaton, care of Miss Brayton, 1105 Park Ave., Utica, Miss Edith Kellogg, 767 Mary St, Utica,

**Report 1913. , CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. Henry Zeller, Fort Plain, N. Y.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Lucy G. Nichols, 608 Elm St, Syracuse, N. Y, ■

^

Miss: Laura Davis, Center St.^ St. Johnsville, Mrs. Fred Perkins, St. Johnsville, Mrs. Eugene Onderkirk, Sprakers, Mrs. G. B. Leonard. 710 Lodi St., Syracuse, Mrs. Howard Jackson, 2615 James St., Syracuse,

•*K. D. . West Leyd,en •Report 1014.

Miss Miss Miss Mrs.

S ecretaries

OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. G. G. Seibert, Owasco, N. Y. Vice-President, Miss Katharine C. Brayton, 1105 Park Ave., Utica, N. Y. Secretary, Miss Mary E. Hughes, Fultonville, N. Y. Treasurer, Mrs. E. S. Van Deusen, 430 Allen St, Syracuse, N. Y.


**

N u m b e r op M embers

C h u r c h e s a n d S ocieties

Belleville ................. •• First. Newark ............ N e w York Ave., Newark.... K. D ................... J. C. E ................ Franklin (Nutley) ........ J- C. E................. North N e w a r k ............ :: •• \fi**Sunergoi Society...... 'j. C. E ................

Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. :: Miss Miss Mrs.

«

S ecretaries L. Davenport, 29 Union Ave., Belleville, N. J. Addie M. Enders, 195 Roseville Ave., Newark, “ •: J. C. Dilts, 112 Union Ave., Irvington, ** M. H. Price, 27 Pacific St, Newark, “ M. H. Price, 27 Pacific St, Newark, “* E, E. Davis, 100 N e w York Ave., Newark, “ Nellie Chaffee, 291 Franklin Ave., Newark, Tears, Church St, Nutley, ** Anne B. Littell, 24 James St, Newark, ' A. B. Littell, 24 James St, Newark, " Elsie J. Reid, 67 Kearney Ave., Kearney, A. Delano, 167 Clinton Ave., Newark, * M. C. Traphagen, 133 S. 10th St., Newark, M Elsie Duryea, 52 Pennsylvania Ave., Newark, ** C. Mundy, 98 Lincoln Park, Newark, *

Trinity, Newark .......... r J.tC. E ................

Mrs. John Venters, Jr., 661 Ferry St, Newark, Mrs. J. M. Boswortb, 615 Ferry St, Newark,

“ “

First, Orange ........... . Y. W . B. Dorcas........ •Trinity, Plainfield ....... •Y. W. M. B ........... J. C. E.................

Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss

“ ** * “

Montclair Heights......... .. •Mission Circle ......... Hyde Park, East Orange.... Netherwood ............. •Report 1914.

27

A. B. Grace B. D. Mabel

Hillyer, 387 William St, East Orange, Sutton, 226 Harrison St., East Orange, Newell, 72 Westervelt Ave., Plainfield, Wilson, 1229 Lennox Ave., Plainfield,

Miss Belle N. Talmage, 863 Mountain Ave., Upper Montclair, Miss Marguerite Bogert, Mountain Ave., Montclair Heights, Miss Belle Ennis, 78 Watson Ave., East Orange,

••Report 1913.

.

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: . Miss Anne B. Littell, 24 James St, Newark, N. J. C L A S S I C A L C O M M U T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Mabel B. Littell, 24 James St., Newark, N. J. ^

OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President^ Mrs. A. T. Broek, 147 Johnson Ave., Newark, N. J. Vice-President, Mrs. Parse, 46 Grove St., Plainfield. N. J. Secretary, Miss A. M. Enders, 197 Roseville Ave., Newark, N. J. Treasurer, Miss E. E. Sleght, 644 Clinton Ave., Newark, N. J.

“ **


r

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CLASSIS OF N E W BRUNSWICK.— P. S. N. B. C hurches

v i'

and

N u m b e r op M embers

Societies

y . l .m

S ecretaries

*\i

First. New. Brunswick.........

Mrs. A. A. Gozzens, 27 Codwise Ave.,

.g ' . v ..;..!...

Miss Bertha Acken, m

Six ‘Mile Run "(Franldin Park) .

QieerfurWorkers ^Y. P.)... S«pnd. New-Brunswick.... Y; W . M.,G;..... i...... Bound, Brook (S. Bound Brook) J; C. E ’ .. . . . ..... ;...^. Metuchen ................. ••Sunshine Society........

:::

fcSSi."'::: Highland Park (New Brunswick),

j. c. e . Spotswood............ . St-Paul’s (Perth Amboy). Kocky Hill,....... .... •Report 1914.

t

1

^

Miss Elsie B Stryker. Middlebusb. . . , Mrs. H. W. Hoagland, R.. F., D.i1 -Skillman, “ Mr.'Lee V. Campbell, R. F. D., SkiUman, ‘ A Mrs. "M. H. Hutton. 40 Union St, New' Brunswick, *.* Miss Sarah E. Cooke, 7 Livingstone Ave., ? ,.s; '* . - . .New^ Brunswick, ‘‘ Mrs. A. F. Winberg, Bound Brook,. . ’ . rf “ Miss Clara Wolferz, South Bound Brook, “ Mrs. C. A. Dunn, East Millstone, . . “ Miss Helen Lockwood. East Millstone, Mrs., S..R.,Manning, Metuchen, Miss Annie Beckman, Metuchen, “ Mrs. Selah W. Strong, The. Bayard, N e w Brunswick, “ Miss C. K. Drury, 218 Redmond St., N e w Brunswick, Miss C. K. Drury, 218 Redmond, St, N e w Brunswick, Miss A. E. Latham, 208 Townsend St., ,v« v ’ : -N e w Brunswick, V Mrs. T. W . Welsh. 118 Raritan Ave., V.nJiJ'. . ' 't - Highland Park, N e w Brunswick, “ Rev. F. K. Shield, Highland Park, * a .New Brunswick, “ Miss Louise Killey, Spotswood, " Mrs. P. V. Cortelyou, Rocky Hill,

**Report 1918. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. J.vHi Gillespie, N e w Brunswick, N; J.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Laura E.-,-Wilber,' Bishop. Place, New'Brunswick, 'N. J. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

!•

% J

Mr,. J. Ered«.ft Barg, Nc» .Brunswrck, N. J.

-y

I

.

II

Middlebusb..... .......... Sunshine Workers (Y. L. S.)

b' . b■ “

Ni„ S


Collegiate, St Nicholas.......

71

Y. W . A u x ............... Collegiate, Marble ........... CoUegiate, West End...*..:... Collegiate, Mtddie .......... Crusaders ........ . Crusaders; Junior .........

100 22

Miss S. R. Stoutenburgh, 110 West 77th St, N e w York Mrs. Walter E. Lambert. 112 East 35th St., Mrs. Louis. A. Baker,.509 West 121st St, Mrs. W.*M. Wyant, 201: West 55th St. Miss Littlefield. 250 West 91st St, . Miss A. W . Olcott, 111 West 18th St, Mrs. De Witt Knox, 1748 Broadway,

City <( (> “ “ “

■*

Miss G. L. Veghte, 831 West 23d St., Harlem, Elmendorf Chapel....

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Harlem ! Y. W.,Dorcas........ .......

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*J. C. E..... 68th St; German St. Paul’s (Mott Haven).-: *K D Union, High*Bridg4!!!!!!!!!!!! K. D. M. B ___ Brighton Heights

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Mrs. F. E. ’Bolster, 850 West 26th St, ’ • . “ Mrs. H. E. Weed, 37 Roe. St “West N e w Brighton, N. Y. Mrs. R. W. Latimer, M a m St,‘ Westerleigh, /,. ’ West N e w Brighton, Miss Gladys Gregg, Clifton Ave.-, Port Richmond; V?. Mrs. C. N. Green. 2548 Grand Ave., , N e w York City Miss Marion Hill, 261 Kingsbridge Road, Mrs; j.,W. Blackman, 1256 Findlay Ave.,

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“••Mission Band ...... . German Evang. Mission..... ; Grace .................... . •Hamilton Grange .......... *j C E Chbrch,of ihi Coiriforiei-. •Anderson Memorial Y. ll M. S. West Paris' St Peter’s German Evang.... Bethany Mem. Mothers’ Circle. K. D .................... Melrose. German,-...: Fourth German Trinity, Belfast, Me. Huguenot Park Young People’s Soc. Avenue B, German... Mariner’s Harbor .. Fort Washington .... Columbian Mem'l..... Comanche ........ « Fort Sill Mescalero ........ .

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M ® a L1! Bardwenl ptc'eV . “ * ” • N e w Brighton, N. Y. Miss E. W . Lawrence, Brighton Heights, “

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Mrs. Fred Thorne, 408 West 150th St, N e w York City Miss Craigin, 470 West 146th•St. ^ Miss Etta Budeiman, 2242 Hughes Ave., Miss M. EHre, 742 East 183d St,

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Mrs.’W m . ’*S.’Cary, 66o‘West 184th St! N e w York City

*#Report 1913. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Miss A. W . Olcott, 111 West 18th St, N e w York City.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Evelina Deyo, 64 West 47th Street, N e w York City.


Bloomingburg............... Callicoon .................. CuddebackviUe ............. Claraville (Grabamsville) .... Deer Park (Port Jervis)...... •J. C. E .................. •EUenville................. J. C. E .................. Fallsburgh (Woodbourne) .... Grabamsville ............... Kerhonkson ............... Mamakating (Wurtsboro)..... Mlnnisink (Montague) ...... Montgomery ............. Newburgh ................. **K. D. .................. N e w Hurley............ . •New Prospect (Pine Bush).... Second, Port Jervis ......... Shawangunk ............... Unionville................. Walden ................... J C E •Watkill Valley' ! Upper Walpack (Dingman’s Ferry. Pa.)............... Lower Walpack (Busbkill, Pa.). •Warwarsing (Napanoch)..... •Report 1914.

27

Mrs. Glover Clapham, Box 233, Bloomingburg, N. Y.

118 ... ...

Miss Mary Marvin, 84 Brooklyn St., Port Jervis, Miss Mary Payne, 99 E. Main St, Port Jervis, Mrs. H. 6. Dutcher, 1 Warren St, EUenville, •

106 ...

Mrs. James Foster, 90 City Terrace, Newburgh, Miss Helen Winslow, 84 Lander St, Newburgh,

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Mrs. Simoni Vernooy, Pine Bush,

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Miss Marianna Bruyn, R. F. D. 1, Walkill,

70 ... ...

Mrs. I. H. Loughran, Walden, Miss Hilda McBrier, Walden, Mrs. D. G. Verwey, Walkill,

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Mrs. H. F. Hoornbeck, Napanoch,

••Report, 1913. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. W. H. Nearpass, 4 Catharine St., Port Jervis, N. Y. Mrs. B. S. Galloway, Walkill, N. Y.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Carrie B. Ronk, 46 Farrington St., Newburgh, N. Y. OFFICERS OF MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. W . A. Dangreraond, N e w Hurley, N, Y. Vice-President, Mrs. N. J. Fowler, Wald.en, N. Y. < Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. Joel Whitten, Pine Bush, N. Y.


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Mrs. Mary C. Kerens. 516 Third St., Weehawken, N ; J. Mis. K e m i d e CDu"yee. 1827 toSkensackVoad,

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Miss

J. C. ..........................

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•Tharles St Chanel............ •North Bergen ....................

Miss

S l S w i t e 1"®'1*” 1 CHOb°ke^ : " 2 0 nuttenbere ....... ......... 10 Central Ave *Yersey City..... 48 Centra! £V’e, Jerfe^ _ v ;; ;.......

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M. R. Duncan, 138 Highpoint

Miss

"Report 1913.

Mrs.'W m ' N i e m M . 'Box' m / Co^tesville; '" " " " ' “ ''

Miss R. S. Jones, 6588 Hudson Blvd., North Bergen, <4

Mrs. Robert Abell, 135 Bowers St.. Jersey City, <( Mrs. Chas. Gelhaar, 282 Sherman Ave., Jersey City,

"-Report 1912-

""Report 1911.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Carolyn Duryee, 1827 Hackensack Road, North Bergen, N. J. OFFICERS O F MISSI O N A R Y UNION: E S S S f E ? MrfAGW

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Carrie Smith. 878 Summit Ave.. W. Hoboken, Lillian Wild. 40 Palisade Ave., Weehawken,

CLASSICAL C O M M I T T E E : , Mrs. I. W . Gowen, Church Lane, North Bergen, N. J. •

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Bertram Bielite, 427 Clinton Ave.,

Secaucus .................................. ................................... •Report*Toi 4."

Miss Lulu Duryea, 800 Columbia St.. WeehawBen, “ Mrs. E. Beck. 4729 Hudson Blvf. Weehawken......

ni'io^^reh1oyo;hfs;,. h W c ^ . w ' Ark. N. J.

f Z ‘ur?r. Mr’s.^ H a n l FrcdYr'icSj 4n''ciluNm ^ a Si. Weehawken, N. J.

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Acquackanonck (Passaic) .... Aycngg M. B . Y. L. S .... Mrs. N. S. Emery, Athenia,

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Mrs. Bergsma, 82 Hadly Ave., Clifton, . ' Miss Nellie De Jong, 829 Burgess Place, Passaic. Mrs. J. H. Davison, Mahwah,

Dariington ........ Garfield ..................

Miss Cara_Talima*n,- 24*TaHnlaiV Plaie,* Nyacb,'

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Fiit Hoii^vkiiij::::::: Broadwa^ii^y First, Holland (Paterson)..... *SecpmL Paterson

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•• • • • I . . . . * * '•* Miss Cornelia Vander Vliet, TeVrace’Ave.’ .'Lodi’’'V'’

Second. Lodi .............. North, Patersbh ...;;....... Paramus ----- .r. i........ Pascackl Park Ridge........ North. Passaic..... ;.......

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Mrs: Russell C^VinShiJ;* fil P^ulisod -^frPassaic. “

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98_B1oomfieM Ave., Passaic, “ Mrs. Geo. Dunning, 575 E. 25th St., Paters

Pierniont ‘X ‘ ‘ii^i Ramapo (Mahwah) .......... Ridgewood1 ................. Y. W. M. S............. X

Miss Adelaide E. Haring •Piermont, N. Y. Mrs. David Hopper, Mahwah, " l >*'■' , 'N. J. \ f n r ' Vanj ^ jjt ?08 s- M a Ple Ave.-, Ridgewood, “ Mrs. Howard Reddick. 127 W. Ridgewood Avej “

J. C. E .................. ‘Saddle River .............. Spring Valley............. Tai •' ippan

Mrs. W, O'. Hull, 116 Lincoln Ave., Ridgewood, M r-' ^ AfvS5 lth; Rc- F-- D.. Monsey. Mrs. W D Kerr, Spring Valley, Miss C. M. Stephens., Tappan, Hannah Beilis, Tappan,

w & Rr"f/.G:r.,s).... : Warwick..... Heart and H a n d ........

.-X (Monsey)

Hempstead ind (Wortendyke)...

Fi£Y. w"s..........

Trinity (Wortendyke) ......X! tNew Society. ‘Report 1918.

1

N. Y. “ *• “

.......... **" M f 3- D a A. Hawkins., Warwick, Miss Mary A. Wheeler, Warwick, “ Mrs. Taber Knox, -Warwick; •* Mrs. Howard ^Blanchard. Suffem. “ M r « M. Verwey, Midland Park. N. J. Miss C. ,Van« pyke.N^es. Ene. St, Midland Park, “ Mrs. C. B. Williams, Midland Park, «

^Report 1912. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. Philip Van Alstine, Spring Valley. N. Y. Mrs. N. Boer, 141 Hamilton Ave., Passaic, N. J.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Belle Sly, Warwick, N. Y. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. Edward Dawson, Passaic, N. T. ?!?' !?*ff:PrS>std*.»t' Mrs. L. P Pittenger 110 Haledon Ave., Paterson, N. Second Vice-President, Mrs. N. Boer. 141 Hamilton Ave., Passaic, N. T. Secretary and Treasurer, Miss M a y S. Blauvelt, 100 S. Broadway, Nyack N Assistant Secretary, Miss C. F. Bedell, Nyack, N. Y. y ,

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- <• -i.’ Secretaries Boonton .............. « rJ- C. E ............. Fairfield..... First. Little Falls.......... •Second, Little Falls....... Girls’ M. B .... Montville ....;.......... mountain Lakes.... . ..... Peoples Park (Paterson).... Pompton (Riverdale) ..... **K. D ................. •Pompton^Plains r......... •J. C. E. ............... Ponds (Oakland) ......... Preakness (Paterson) ..... Riverside (Paterson) ...... Sixth, Holland (Paterson).... Rhoda Y. W. S ........... •J. £ ............. . • First Tbtowa (Paterson)..;.. K. D. J. C. E. i'..?.....:... Union.^Holland "(Paterson). ‘Wanaqi lue Wyckof ' iff . J. C. E. •Report 1914.

Mrs. Herbert Renville, 436 Old Boonton Road,w __ __ __ _ Boonton, N. J. Mrs. H. E. Kopp, Boonton, “ Mrs. Walter S. Flint, Litthi Falls, Mrs. N. j. Fylstra, Little Falls, Julia Fylstra, Little Falls, Mrs. Charles F. Mac’ farl’and, Mountain Lake! Mrs." T. N." Ddremus. Ri'ytfdkfc............ Mrs. M. E. Colfax, Pompton, Miss Anna Graham, Pompton Plains, Miss Ruth Gilland, Pompton Plains,

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Mrs. J. B. Church, 518 River St, Paterson. Mrs. G. Figgelmah, 48 Lome St., Paterson, Miss-.Maggie Post, 113 Peel St., Paterson, Mr. G. Egedy, No. 5th St., Paterson, Miss Minnie Smit, 822 Market St, Paterson, Mrs. W. Vreeland, 97 17th Ave., Paterson,' Miss Minnie Ackerman, 60 Hamilton Ave., Paterson,

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Gertie Breen, 88 Passaic Ave., HawUiorne, Edward Brown. Haskell, John Ackerman, Wyckoff. Chambers, Wyckoff,

“ Report 1918. tNew Society. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. L. E. Voofhis, 140 West 9ist St., N e w York City.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N ^ Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Louise T. Ryerson, Pompton Plains, N. J. OFFICERS O F M I SSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. James Voorhis, 140 W . 91st St, N e w York City. Vice-President, Sirs. Bernard Pephng, 781 E. 19th St.. Paterson, N. J. Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. w. A. Yoight, Boonton, N. J.

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•Bethany (Sully) ........... •Bethel (Pella) ............. Bethel Stars.............. Willing Workers (Y. L. S.).. Galesburg ................. •Kilduff ................... First Pelia................. Moonlight Band (Y. L. S.)... •Sunshine Mission Circle.... Second. Pella.............. Third, Pella (Dorcas) ....... Martha Society, Y. L S .... Mission Circle (Girls)..... Chilly .................. •Prairie City ................ East Prairie Mission.........

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S ecretaries

J S t H. 'v^ande'r'WUtf'l^F. D. 1. Pells, Mrs. J. W . Vos, R. F. D. 2, Pella,

Mrs. Ira P. De Cook. R. F. D.I, Pella. Miss Rebecca Grandia, R. F. D. 3. Pella. Mrs. R. C. Lamers, R. F. D. 1, Eddyville, Miss Minnie Marks, Reasoner, Mrs. C. Harthorn, Kellogg, „ w 19 Mrs. F. Vander Ploeg, ObO Lucas St, Muscatme, 28 Mrs. J. Hiemstra. Box 89. R. F. D. 3, Monroe, 40 Mrs. J. Braam, 500 Washington St, Pella, 28 Mrs. William Verros, Pella, SO Miss Cornelia Hospers, 701 Broadway, Pella, Mrs. J. Braam, Pella. _ _ n *54 Mrs. G. S. Baron, Pella. 35 Mrs. G. Bennink, 1113 Independent St, Pella, 23 Miss Marie Van Wyk, Pella, 19 Miss Rachel Kolenbrander, R. 2, Pella, ^ 12 Mrs. Peter Lubberden, Sully, Mrs. Frank deVries, R. F. D. 1, Prairie City, ’*22 Mrs. G. Kolenbrander, R. F. D. 2, Pella. 36 26 20 14

•Report 1914.

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. G. S. Baron, Pella. Iowa. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Dorothy Wormhoudt, Pella. Iowa.

OFFICERS OF MISSIONARY UNION: President. Mrs. G. S. Baron, Pella. Iowa. Vice-President, Mrs. M. Ruissard, Otley, Iowa. Treasurer, Miss Marie Van Zee, Pella. Iowa.


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North and Southampton (Church* ville) .................... Harlingen ................. Bright Hope M. B. (Young People) ............... *Neshamc ................. •Flagtown ............... 'First, Philadelphia.......... Second, Philadelphia......... Fourth. Philadelphia, K. D .... J. C. E ......... •Blawenburgh *M. Guild . Stanton .... Clover Hill .. Willing Workers (Girls). Fifth. Philadelphia tAddisville (Richboro) ..... (Richb •Three Bridges ............. J. C. E. ................ Talmage Memorial (Phiiadelphia)

S ecretaries

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Mrs. H. B. Van Nuys, R. F. D. 1, Belle Mead,

40

Mr. Frank Schwenger, Belle Mead, Miss C. S. Wilson, NechanicvSta., Miss Viola Diehl, Flagtown, ^ Miss S. Jones, 1650 Oakland Sw~Philad^lpt

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Missi F. Norbury, 4810 Dexter St, Rox., Philadelphia, “ _ Miss Anna Zeisloft, Monastery Ave., near Ridge, Philadelphia, N. J . Mrs. P. R. Stryker,_Skillman, ryker. Skillman, Cox, Mrs. Hannah C oj Blawenburgh. ' * Lebanon, Melick, x R. F. D. 1, Mrs. Voorheess Mv..w~, x. *. Miss Kate Nevius, Clover Hill, Miss Mary A. Nevius, Clover Hill, Mrs. A. J. Walter. Richboro, Mrs. C. E. Connet. Three Bridges. Rev. M. N. Kalemjian, Three Bridges,

N. J.

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Mrs." J. m ! Eh ley, 7104 Ridge Ave., Roxborough,^^ ^

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Miss Blanche W . Ebley, 7104 Ridge Ave., Roxborough, Philadelphia,

Grace (Orangeburg)....... Betbsaida (Magnolia)...... Bethel (Shiloh, Lynchburg).. Zion (Timmonsville) ...... All Souls’ (Florence)...... •Report 1914.

tNew Society.

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. W . H. Williamson, 1615 Wallace St., Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. W. L. Sahler, Harlingen, N. J. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss B. W . Ehly, 7104 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. B. Floys, Stanton, N. J. Secretary, Mrs. W . H. Williamson, 1615 Wallace St, Philadephia, Pa. Treasurer, Mrs John Hart, Neshanic, N. J.


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Miss Nellie ZindSer. Aplington,

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Baileyville ................. Baker ........... . ......... Bethany (Clara City) Bethel (George) .......... . Buffalo Center ........ ..... Chancellor .................. Cromwell Center .......V.. . Dempster . . V*.......... . Ebenezer (Oregon) .......... Mrs. W. R: Mundehenke, Kings, ^ Mrs. K. DeVne, Forreston, Ogle Co.,

•Forreston ......... . Hope (George) ........... Immanuel (Belmond) .... First. Lennox ...... . •Second, Lennox ............ togan ..................... Meservey......... ......... Monroe (Aplington) .t...... Monroe. S. D. .............. North Sibley ...1........ Parkersburg;':...............

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•M:*B. (Y.-W:)......... . Ramsey (Titonka) ............ Salem (Little’Rock) .... Silver Creek (German Valley).. - **Dorcas ................ Stout ..................... •Washington (Ackley) ...... Wellsburg, Dorcas, Y. L. S .... Worthing .................. Zion (Chapin) .............. Zoar (Ackley) 1.' •Report 1014.

••Report 1013:

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Mrs. Heike Ennega, Lennox,

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Mrs. B. Abben, Sr., Little Rock; Mrs. R.vMennenga,rGerman Valiev, • Miss Swancy Kruse, German Valley,

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Mrs. Dick Burma, Ackley,.. Mrs. Ben Peters, Wellsburg,

23

Mrs. W. T. jinsseri, Chapin, Franklin Co.,

**#Report 1912.

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CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs: E. Fuls, German Valley; 111;

C L A S S I C A L C p M M l T T E E O N Y O U N G ^ O M A N ’S W O R K : OFFICERS O F M I SSIONARY UNION:

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Poughkeepsie ..... ....... .

140

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Mrs. D. C. Foster, 182 S; Hamilton St.,

#Y. W . Guild......... ..........

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M ^ s Charlotte Humphrey, 47

J- C. E .......... ;••••••....... Hopewell .... ................ N e w Hackensack....... 10

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Miss J. T. Harrington, S. Hamilton St., 14 Miss R. L. Montfort, Hopewell Junctiohf Mrs. C. B.Curtis, Wappingers Falls,

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Miss E.'C. ScheU, Rhmebeck,

Crusaders ............................... ....................................... L Dorcas Guild....;... --- Miss Ruth A. Ohre, Rhinebeck, Fishkill-on-Hudson- (Beacon).... 50 Miss E. E; De La Mater,‘62 Ferry St., Beacon, “ Hyde Park..... :................. ; . .......................................... . Millbrook............. 20 A Tm rt0p .......... . 21 L' C. E ........... . ........... Upper Red Hook....... 33 Crusaders .........--- ..... •Report 1914.

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Miss Mary J. Macomber, Millbrook, M i » Alice VaaTaswll, ArKnHton;V ’ Miss Maude Louise Strajrer, Vassar l^-Mege, Miss Mary E. Kerley. R. F. D. Tivoli,* 8 P Miss Anna B. Moore, Red Hook, R. F; D. and

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. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mr.8- j- E South Millbrook. N. Y.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Edna A. Lansing, 166 S. Water St, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. O F F I C E R S O F M I S S I O N A R Y UNION:'

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First, Raritan (Somerville).... 150 •Try Again Society.............. *K. D ......................... Readington ................ 50 Bedminster Aid ............. 40 83 Missionary Soc............

J. C. E...................

Lebanon ...................

15

•Rockaway (White H o u s e )......... North Branch .............. 26 Lend.-a.Hand Soc.......... 10

j.c. e. Second. Raritan (Somerville)... 90 W . W . Club ............. 56 •Peaoack, K. D ................... South Branch ............... 50 N e w Center Society........ 15 Third. Raritan .............. 41

J. C. E................... 10 J. C. E..................

Pottersville ................

High Bridge ................ 22 J. C. E ........................ •Annandale ..................... Fourth. Raritan (Somerville)'....... •Report 1014.

Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

N. J. Samuel Parry. E. Main St., Somerville^ Geneva Cowen, Altamont Place, Somerville, J. A. Seltzer, Somerville. J. K. Thompson, Readington, Joseph Layton, Bedminster. Henry Wyckoff, Bedminster, Clara Poulson, Bedminster, Freemond Shafer, Box 116, Lebanon, Florence Knox. Lebanon, Ada Buck, White House Station, M. A. Hamann, North Branch, G. R. Vanderveer, North Branch Depot, Ethel J. Waldron, North Branch, C. E. Corwin. North Branch, A. L. Stillwell, 30 No. Bridge St.. Somerville, Dorothea' Pope. Cliff St., Somerville, J. Watson Plotts, Peapack, Clarence Van Cleef. South Branchy # Charles S. Hamilton, R.- F. D. 4, Somerville, T. C. Wyckoff, Raritan, • J. Harvey Wyckoff, Raritan, Frank Rinehart, Pottersville, Theodore Bush. Pottersville. W . H. Black, High Bridge,

Mrs. S. E. Emmans, Annandale,

“ Report 1913. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. James L. Griggs, Somerville, N. J.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : OFFICERS O F M I SSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. C. H. Bateman, Somerville, N. J. First Vice-President, Mrs. H. T. Jones, White House, N. J. Second Vice-President, Mrs. W . S. Cranmer, Somerville, N. J. Secretory, Mrs. E. D. Trimmer, High Bridge, N. J. Treasurer, Mrs. John F. Reger, Raritan, N. J.


N u u b e r of M embers 40 Mrs. J. L. Dings, R. F. D. 4, Troy, N. Y. Blooming Grove ............ Castleton (Emmanuel) ...... 37 Miss Olive Schlemmer, Castleton, “ J. C. E ......................... Mrs. E. E. Thomas, Castleton, " Chatham .................. 30 Mrs. J. W . Darrow, Chatham, " K. D ..................... 50 Mrs. C. H. Hutchinson, Chatham, “' Jr. K. D. ..................... Miss Elsie Leggett, Chatham, " First, Ghent .................... Mrs. Charles Tracy. Ghent, “ •J. C. E ........................ Mrs. F. L. B. Hawes, Ghent, “ Second. G h e n t .............. 35 Mrs. H. T. Engel, Ghent, “ *J. C. E ........................ Mrs. Peter DeMeester. Ghent. “ G'reenbush (EastGreenbush)... 08 Mrs. J. S. Harrington, East Greenbush, “ J. C. E ......................... Mrs. W. T. Finch. Castleton, " Kinderhook ................ 18 Miss Florence L. Pruyn, Kinderhook, “ Miss Belle Hopkins, Nassau “ •Nassau ........................ •Mission Band ................ Miss Dorothy Bull, Nassau, " •New Concord .................. Miss Lilian A. King, East Chatham, " First, Rensselaer ........ 23 Mrs. T. C. Chandler, 1528 Fourth St..Rensselaer, “ Schodack.................. 20 Mrs. If.' Van Valkenburg, R. F. D. Schodack Landing, “ Schodack Landing ................................................................. Stuyvesant ................ 4 Miss H. S. V'osBurgh, Stuyvesant, .“ Stuyvesant Falls................................................................... •Report 1014. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. Charles Tracy, Ghent, N. Y. Mrs. W . J. Leggett, Chatham, N. Y. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Mary Bell, Chatham, N. Y. OFFICERS O F M I SSIONARY UNION: N. Y. N. Y. Y.

President, Miss Bertha M. Kendall, Schodack, Vice-President, Miss Hull, Schodack Landing, Vice-President, Miss Kate Angel, Chatham, N. Secretary, Mrs. Pitts, Nassau. N. Y. Treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Chandler, 1528 Fifth St.,

Rensselaer, N. Y.


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. 24 . ... ,J . 27 . --. 21 . 86

Abbe (Clymer) ........ . Arcadia (Newark) .... . Brighton (Rochester).... Buffalo ............... Clymerhtll (Clymer) ..... East Williamson ....... **Y. W. M. B ........ First. M a r i o n .......... ••Second Marion Y. L. B., N e w York Mills....:.A. Ontario ................ •Palmyra .............. Pultneyville ........... j: c ..e : ............. First. Rochester........ . Seconds -Rochester ..... .

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Miss Dinah Nortier, Palmyra,

80 ...; 40

Mrs. A. G. Leenhouts, R. F. D. Williamson, Mrs. John Van Bortel. R. F. D. Walworth.' Mrs. N. S. W . Claerbout, Pultneyville,. f Miss Anna De'Dee, Pultneyville, Mrs. M. Lagner, 81 Tracy St., Rochester, Mrs. W . L. Vande Walle, 1660 E. Main St., . . . /''Rochester, Miss B. White, 84 Manhattan St., Rochester, « Mrs. Van Houten, Sodus.

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J. C. E ..............

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S ecretaries

N.Y. Mrs. Henry Damkot, Jr.. Clymer, M r ^ Isaac De Sizery, Church St. Newark, Mrs. J. Willink. 801 N. W m t o n Road, Rochester, Mrs. Clarence Benson, 894 Herkimer St., Buffalo. Mrs. H. Beckennk, R. F. D. 69, Clymer, ' 46 Mrs. J. Ossewaarde. East Williamson,

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CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. W . L. Vande Walle, 1660 East Main St’ .,<Rochester, N. Y. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : O F F I C E R S ’O F M I S S I O N A R Y U N I O N :

President, Mrs. 'J. rOssewaarde, East Williamson;’N. Y. Vtce-Presidentz Mrs.rJ. Wolterink; Marion,.N-.’Y.. . r Secretory. Mrs. A* Stegenga^BAO- Winton Road, Rochester, N.Y. Treasurer, Miss J: Van Doorn, 123 ComfortSt.'Rochester,' N/'Y.

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•Bough (Cohoes) •Buskirk ..... Cohoes j. c. e .......... •Easton Ladies’ Aid............ ’'' Fort Miller ..................... Gansevoort ............... * "12 Greenwich........... SQ Northumberland ((Bacon Hill). 23 Saratoga (Schuylerville) 28 Schaghticoke (Reynolds)........... West Troy, North (Watervliet). 20 Wynantskill

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S ecretaries

Mrs. W m . Reamer. R. F. D.. Cohoes, N. Y. Mrs. Webster Pratt. Buskirks Bridge, “ Mrs Elizabeth Carter. 241 Saratoga Ave.. Cohoes. Mrs. E. Smith, 33 Lincoln Ave., Cohoes, Mrs. C. E, Thompson, Greenwich, Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

___ _ T. D. Steenburgh, Gansevoort, Clarence Wilbur, Greenwich, Reed Peck, Schuylerville, E. E. Hinman, Schuylerville,

Miss Fannie M. Waterman, 1537 First Ave., ’ " Miss Mary Robinson, First Ave., WatenrfiSr^*1, Mrs. Geo. H. Mayer, R. F. D. 2, Box 18, Wynantskill,

**Report'l913. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. Edward Whiteside, South Cambridge, N. Y. Miss Jessie B. Angell, Greenwich, N. Y.

C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Mary Robinson, 1429 First Ave.. Watervliet, N. Y. OFFICERS O F M I SSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. E. E. Hinman, Schuylerville N Y Vice-President, Mrs. F. C. Scoville, Greenwich, N. Y Secretary, Mrs. E. S. Becker, Greenwich. N. Y. Treasurer, Mrs. A. H. White, Wynantskill. N. Y.


C h u r c h es

N u u b e r op Societies_____ M em b e r s ______________ secretaries________________ ,

and

Altamont

............... 40 ..... Amite rviseher'Ferry)!!..... 20 M3el!cvue *(Schenectady) ...........

Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs.

E m m a A. Mitchell. Altamont. N. Elwood Blessing, Altamont. E. Van Vranken. Rexford. Warren Sprmgsted, Westmghouse^Place,^^

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....... Miss Ida Mattice, 250 Broadway, Schenectady, 40 Miss Julia A. C. Harmon, R. F. D. 5 Amsterdam, ................. •• Mrs. J. E. Butler. 22 Ballston Ave., Scotia. I C E .... *!!!!.!............. Mrs. M. Eckerson. Scotia „ „ AU , Helderberg (GuilderlandCenter) 62 Miss H. R. Jacobson. R. F. D. 3^ A tamont. 85 Miss M. W. Lansing. R. K D.. West ^bany Lisha’s Kill (West Albany).... Hnrtnn Rand fY W ) ........... Miss Minnie Schuler. R. r. !>., west Albany, Horton *Jana V.’ ... ... Miss Florence Goutschey, 117 Mott Terrace, ^ ............... Schenectady, t r* p ................... Miss Anna M. Ostrom, R. F. D.. West Albany, Mt Pleasant (Schenectady).... 52 Mrs. F. E. Dimorier. 4 Vermont Ave.. Schenectady •T r F ^ cnenc^ * ' ........ M r ^ j siingerland, 622 Chrysler Ave.. Schenectady. Niskaviina '” !!! 1!.......... 74 Mrs. R. J. Brownsey, R. F. D. 1, Schenectady, mskayuna . ............... Mrs. C. P. Ditmars, Niskayuna, Pnncetown ..................... Miss A. Elizabeth Fryer R. F. D. Duanesburg, Y. xI m . C . . ..... ........ 8 Miss Nettie E. MacDougall. Duanesburg. F ^ ^ Fir4 . Rotterdam (Pattcr^nviHe) l'“ ,ndSc^ec;i T y <GrS, ffi"1ocdy!

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**Report 1918. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Mrs. C. P. Ditmars, Box 34, Niskayuna. N. Y.

CLASSICAL C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ' S W O R K : Mrs. F. T. Marks. Niskayuna. N. Y. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. James Onderdonk, R. F. D., Cohoes, N. Y. Tel. Watervliet, 16 F. 12.

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Beaverdam (Berne) .............. First. Berne ............... 14 Mrs. W m . I. Becker. Berne, N. Y., •Crusaders .................... Mrs. W. H. Wood. Berne, “ Central Bridge ................... •Cobleskill (Ladies’ Aid)........... Mrs. W . E. Simpson, Cobleskill, Eminence ....................... •Gilboa ......................... Miss M. A. Richtmyer. Gilboa. Grand Gorge (Prattsville).......... First. Howes Cave........... 3 Mrs. Alice E. Boorn, Howes Cave, 10 Mrs. Clarence Robinson, Howes Cave, 4 Second. Howes Cave......... Lawyersville ................ 37 Mrs. Jared Van Wagenen, Jr., Lawyersville, •K. D ......................... Mrs. A. Wleting, R. F. D., Cobleskill, J C E Mrs. C. W. Karker. Lawyersville, Willing Workers' (Y.' L.’S.j!! '‘9 Miss Mabel Drumm, Cobleskill. Middleburgh ................ 35 Miss Cornelia Bouck. Middleburg, North Blenheim.................. First. Prattsville ................. Schoharie ............ 25 Mrs Mary T. Grant, Schoharie. Sharon ...............’.... 36 Mrs. Wilson Vrooman, R. F. D. 1, Sharon Springs, South Gilboa .................... •Report 1914. CLASSICAL C O MMITTEE: Mrs. Jared Van Wagenen, Sr., Lawyersville, N. Y. Mrs. O. F. Durfee, Central Bridge, N. Y. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Mrs. Lillian J. Rockefeller, Schoharie, N. Y. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. C. W. Smith, Lawyersville. N. Y. Vice-President, Mrs. Wells, Middleburgh, N. Y. Secretary, Mrs. O. F. Durfee, Central Bridge, N. Y. Treasurer, Mrs. W . E. Simpson, Cobleskill, N. Y.


Blue Mountain ............. 28 Mrs. Sabina Myer, Box 138. R. 2. Saugerties, Mrs. E. B. Myer. R. 2, Saugerties. . J. C. E .............. ......... Church of the Comforter (King­ ston) .................... 25 Mrs. G. A. Shufelt, 60 Shufelt St., Kingston, Mrs. Will Terpening, Ulster Park. ••Esopus (Ulster Park)............ •Flatbush........................ Mrs. B. I. Osterhoudt, R. P. D. 4. Saugerties, . Jay Gould M e m ’l (Roxbury).... 31 Miss Carrie H. More, Roxbury, Katsbaan-........................ First. Kingston ............. 168 Mrs. H. B. Kerr, 11 Warren St, Kingston, 25 Mrs. Mathew Van Keuren, Box 18, Port Ewen. Port Ewen ................ Plattekill (Mt. Marion)............ Miss Julia Lamb, Saugerties, •••Saugerties .................... Mission Band (Girls)....... 17 Miss Eleanor Wemple, Main St., Saugerties, Mrs. John Ennist, Shokan, ••First. S h o k a n.................. West Hurley..................... First. Woodstock............ 24 Miss Abbie C. Short, Zena, •Report 1014.

••Report 1913.

***Report 1912.

CLASSICAL COMMITTEE:* Mrs. DeWitt Roosa, 212 Fair St., Kingston, N. Y. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Cora Miller, 322 Albany Ave., Kingston, N. Y. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Mrs. Richard Peters, Foxhall Ave., Kingston, N. Y. Vice-President, Mrs. Tyler Washburn, Saugerties, N. Y. Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. Harry Walker, Kingston, N. Y.

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Bronxville....................... Young Girls’ Guild......... 16 K. D. Earnest Workers.... 75 •Cortlandtown (Montrose)......... Greenburgh (Elmsford) ..... 11 Greenville ..... 80 Hastings ........................ • M L Vernon .................... Mile Square (Yonkers)....... 14 •Crescent Place, Sherwood Park..... Park Hill, Yonkers.......... 60 King’s Daughters.......... 20 *Y. W . A u x ...................... Peekskill .................. 8 j. c. E ......................... First. Tarrytown ........... 73 Far and Near Club.............. Second. Tarrytown.......... 35 tEverylani Club, Y. W. S ........ j?......................... First. Yonkers .............. 38 25 Unionville (Hawthorne) ..... J. C. E ........................

Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss

Barrett Andrews. Bronxville, N. Y. Marion Post, Bronxville, “ R. J. Colony, Bronxville. " Alfred Reynolds. Montrose. “ S. Spechman. 37 Greenrtdge Ave.. White Plains, “ Mrs. M. I. B. Hoover, Scarsdale, “ Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss

Dorothy Keeler, S. High St, Mt. Vernon, F. W i Muller. 234 Mile Sq. Rd., Yonkers, Chas. Losee. 31 Crescent Place, Yonkers, Milton P. Kaler, 2 Halcyon Place, Yonkers, C. K. Rose. 64 Elliott St, Yonkers, Rowland, 814 S. Broadway, Yonkers, B. W. De Vries. 1115 Howard St, Peekskill,

Miss A. G. Webster, 84 Neperan Road. Tarrytown, Miss Marion Hall, Maple St., North Tarrytown, Mrs. H. R. Frost. 119 Grove St.. Tarrytown, Miss Theodora Haverbeck, 28 Main St., Tarrytown, Ernest Richter, Wildey St, Tarrytown, Mrs. W. A. Wiggins, 673 Palisade Ave., Yonkers. Mrs. W. J. Felt, Hawthorne, Mrs. J. C. Forbes, Hawthorne,

tNew Society. •Report 1914. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Miss Mary L. Powles, 40 Prospect Drive, Park Hill. Yonkers. N. Y. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S W O R K : Miss Ethel E. Scholfield, 12 No. High St., M t Vernon, N. Y. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY UNION:

President, Miss Mary L. Powles, 40 Prospect Drive, Yonkers, N. Y. Vice-President, Mrs. D. E. Crocheron, 318 Summit Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Secretary, Mrs. 'A. C. Haff, Fairview Park, Tuckaboe, N. Y. Treasurer, Miss Anna F. Bacon, Sagamore Road, Bronxville, N. Y.


C hurches

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Societies

N u m b e r of M embers

Alto ................... Y L. M. B ............... Baldwin ................... Y. L. M. C ............... Cedar Grove ............... First, Chicago ............. Y. L. S .......... ........ Danforth .................. Y. L. S .................. D e Motte ................. Dolton .................... Ebenezer (Morrison) ........ First, Englewood (Chicago)--Y. L. M. B ...............

60 50 39

Second. Englewood.......... Forestville ................ Franklin .................. •Fulton ................... Y. L. M. S .............. Gano ..................... •Y. L. M. B .............. Martha Circle (Y. L.)..... Gibbsville ................. Y. L. Mission Band........ J. C. E .................. Goodiand ................. Greenbush ................. •Greenleafton (Preston) ..... Workers for Christ (Y. L. S.) Hingham ^ .................

39 ...; .... .... .... 62

•••Indianapolis ............. Koster (Wichert) .......... . •Lafayette, Ind.............. *Y. L. S .............. Lansing ................... Y. L. S ................. Milwaukee ................. *J. C. E ................. Newton ................... Oostburg .................. Busy Workers ............ Randolph Center............ Second, Randolph ........... First, Roseland (Chicago).... Y. W. M. B ..............

46 45

20 13

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48 14 33 13 36 20 57 19 42

72 60

•Hope (Sheboygan)............... Sheboygan Falls ............ 8 South Holland .............. 00 Y. W. S ................. 35 Ustick ......................... Waupun .................. 41 •Orange Circle ................ M t Greenwood ............. 24 •Report 1914.

S ecretaries

88 Mrs. J. H. Kastein, Route 18. Fairwater, Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss

Minnie Bossenbrock. Brandon. W m . De Masters. Baldwin, Marie Prinsen, Baldwin, Henry Pott, Cedar Grove, . Vandenberg, 2744 Hamlin Ave., Chicago. Ida Kempes. 2418 Hamlin Ave., Chicago, P. C. De Jong, Danforth, Anna Huizinga, Danforth,

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Mrs." E. Ostema, 309 S. Clinton St., Morrison, “ Mrs. G. Damhoff, 6607 Lowe Ave.. Chicago, Miss Winnie Workman, 6832 S. Morgan St., < Chicago, “ Mrs. J. Donhoff, 6526 Lowe Ave., Chicago, “ Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Rev.

Melle Dykema, Fulton, Minnie Flikkema, Fulton, . J. Nomes, 11575 Perry Ave.. Chicago, Susie Kort, 11817 Perry Ave., Chicago, Mastenbrook, 11737 La Salle St., Chicago, Albert Dulmes, R. 4. Box 82, Sheboygan. Wis. Alice Ten Haken, R. R. 11, Sheboygan tails. J. H. Straks, Route 11, Sheboygan Falls,

Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

J. Apenhorst, Preston. Minn. Marie Van Sande. R. 6, Preston, J. A. Mentink, R. F. D. 10, Sheboygan Falls, Wis. Jennie Hoftieser, R. F. D. 22, Waldo, _ B. Hilarides, 2805 Bethel Ave., Indianapolis, Ind 111 . Nywening, R. 2, St Anna, Ind. lyette, P. Dejong, Lafayette Dora Ungersma, Lafayette, L 111. W m . Vanderlinden, Lansing, II Nellie Jongkryg, Lansing, Wis. J. Rietveld, 639 81st St.. Milwaukee, Elizabeth Baas. 711 16th St. Milwaukee, 111. Geo. Houzinga, R. 1, Fenton, Wis. H. M. Koskamp, Oostburg. H. M. Koskamp, Oostburg,

Mrs. I. Van Ramshorst, 10850 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. Mrs. ‘ S. Vander Ploeg, 10657 Michigan Ave., Chicago, ‘ Mrs. Ed. Sanders. 1517 N. 17th St., Sheboygan, Wis. Mrs. C. Koskamp, Sheboygan Falls, Mrs. K. Reukema, South Holland, 111. Miss Carrie Bardwick, South Holland, Miss Allie Kastein, Waupun. Wis. Miss Lizzie Hartgerink, Waupun. Mrs. Peter H. Yager, Box 114, R. F. D. 1, Blue Island. 111.

#*Report 1912. CLASSICAL COMMITTEE: Miss Hannah Walvoord, Cedar Grove, Wis. Miss Johanna Harmeling, . Mrs. Jacob De Young, 10559 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. C L A S S I C A L C O M M I T T E E O N Y O U N G W O M A N ’S WIORK: Miss Kate Evenhuis, 1756 W. 15th St, Chicago, 111. Miss Mabel Renskers, Cedar Grove. Wis. OFFICERS O F MISSIONARY U N I O N — C H I C A G O President, Mrs. Jacob De Young, 10559 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. Vice-President, Mrs.Tohn Sietsema, 11623 Perry Ave., Chicago, 111. Treasurer, Mrs. E. Takken, 7018 S. Morgan Ave., Chicago, 111. OFFICERS O F M I SSIONARY U N I O N — WISCONSIN C O N F E R E N C E President. Miss H. Walvoord, Cedar Grove, Wis. First Vice-President, Mrs. H. Bruins. Milwaukee, Wis. Second Vice-President, Mrs. J. J. Hollenbrander, Waupun, Wis. Third Vice-President Mrs. A. H. Strabbing, Sheboygan, Wis. Secretary, Mrs. M. J. Duven, Hingham, Wis. Treasurer, Mrs. H. K. Pasma, Oostburg, Wis.


RECEIPTS FROM AUXILIARIES Accord. N. Y.— Rochester Ch.

Altamont, N. Y.

42.00 Auxiliary ........ 77.50 Auxiliary ........ Alto, Wis. Ackley, la.— Washington Ch. Auxiliary ....... Church and S.S..... 29.91 Auxiliary ..... .. 5.00 34.91 Young Ladies’ M.B.. .. 21.20 146.20 Alton, Za. Ada, SXlch. Auxiliary ........ 8.00 Auxiliary ....... .. 32.69 Auxiliary, Arabia ... .. 50.00 Albany, N. Y.— First Sunday School ... .. 11.00 93.69 Church .......... 650.02 Amsterdam, X . Y.— First Auxiliary ........ 135.60 66.05 Auxiliary ....... Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 50.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 21.00 Y.-— Trinity Amsterdam, X. Willing Workers, K.D. 9.00 60.00 Auxiliary ....... Willing Workers, K.D.,H.G.S. ..... 36.00 Aplington, Za. In As Much Circle.... 11.00 Auxiliary ....... .. 20.00 Golden Rule M.B... 10.00 Sunday School ...... .. 13.30 33.30 17.00 939.62 Four K.D. Circles.. Arlington, X. Y.

Albany, N. Y.— Madison Ave. Auxiliary ........ 772.50 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 75.00 57.50 Auxiliary, Arabia... Lawrence Miss Soc.... 20.00 Lawrence Miss. Soc., Arabia ........ 15.00 Olivet Mothers’Mission 31.00 Sunday School, M.T.S.H. :... 35.00 1,006.00 Albany, N.Y.— Fourth Auxiliary ........ 15.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 10.00 25.00 Albany, X. Y.— Fifth (Holland) Auxiliary ........ 55.00 Auxiliary, Arabia ... 15.00 C.E. Socy ....... 5.00 75.00 Albany, X. Y— Sixth Auxiliary ........ 39.85 C.E. Socy ....... 6.00 45.85 Alexander, la. Auxiliary ......... 5.00 Sunday School. 7.00 12.00 Alexandria Bay, X. Y. Auxiliary ........ 20.95

3.00

Auxiliary ....... Asbnry Park, X. J.

Auxiliary ....... .. 33.50 Sunday School ... .. 3.88 Astoria, X. Y.— First Auxiliary ....... Astoria, X. Y.— Second Auxiliary .......

37.38 20.00

34.50

Athenia, X. J.

Auxiliary ....... ... Sunday School ... ..

2.09 5.41

7.50

Athens-on-Hudson, X. Y.

Auxiliary .......

31.50

Atwood, Mich!

Auxiliary .......

10.00

Aurora Co., S. Dak.— First

Auxiliary .......

20.00

Bacon Hill, X. Y.

Auxiliary .......

17.70

Baldwin, Wis.

Auxiliary ...... ... 100.00 Young Ladies’ M.C. ... 65.00 165.00


Bayonne, N. J.— First

Boonton, N. J.— First

Auxiliary ........

50.00

Bayonne, N. J.— Fifth St.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, In Memory of Mrs. Thos. Shafer Auxiliary, H.G.S....

Auxiliary ........

50.00 5.00 124.16

Beaverdam,, Midi.

20.35

Bedminster, N. J.

*73.70 66.88

8.47 149.05

Belle Mead, N. J.

14.45

Belleville, N. J.

16.44 1.60 2.27

20.31

21.00 20.00 12.00

104.35 7.14 5.00 116.49 13.50 7.50 12.50 3.75

C. E. Soc'y . .......

Auxiliary ........

15.25 20.00 10.00

S.S. (Forest Park).... 14.47

44.47

Brooklyn, H. Y.— Edgewood

Auxiliary ........

17.63 5.00

22.63

26.75

30.00

Brooklyn, N. Y.— Flatbush

Auxiliary ........ Young Woma n ’s Aux.. Sunday School .....

17.50 5.25 4.00

643.75 30.00 30.43 704.18

Brooklyn, N. Y.— 2nd Flatbush

Auxiliary ....“....

Auxiliary .........

20.00

Bogota, H. J.— Bogart M e m ’l

9.75 5.00

52.00

Brooklyn, N. Y.— Canarsle

Park .......... 37.25

Blue Mountain, H. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ...

32.00 20.00

Girls’ M.B. (Forest

Bloomington, H. Y.— Bloomingdale

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School .....

Auxiliary ........ Bible School M.S....

Auxiliary ........

Blooming Grove, H. Y.

Auxiliary, Arabia ...

69.45 23.00 35.00 127.45

Brooklyn, 17. Y.— East H e w York

Blawenburgh, N. J.

Auxiliary ........

Auxiliary ........ 308.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 150.00 Auxiliary, Arabia ... 125.00 Jr. Crystal M.S..... 12.00 Jr. Crystal M.S., Arabia 3.00 598.00

Brooklyn, N. Y.— Bethany

53.00

Bethlehem, H. Y.— First

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, H.G.S..... Mission Guild ...... Mission Guild, H.G.S...

Auxiliary ........ 155.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 50.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 35.00 Earnest Workers, K.D.C 20.00 Sunday School ..... 35.35 S.S., M.T.S.H..... 35.00 330.35

Auxiliary ........ Eendracht Club .... S.S., M.T.S.H.....

20.00

Berne, H. Y.

Auxiliary ......... Sunday School ..... S.S. (Bethlehem Center)

80.00

Brooklyn, N. Y.— Bay Ridge

Belmond, la.

Auxiliary ......... C.E. Soc’y ........ Crusaders Post .....

20.00

Auxiliary, M.L.L.H. ... 17.50 Young Ladies’ M.B.... 25.00 Y.L.M.B., M.L.L.H.... 17.50

Brooklyn, N. Y.— First

S.S. (Pleasant View)..

Auxiliary .........

26.99

Bronxville, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ... Sunday School .....

25.00 1.99

Boyden, Za.

69.16

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ... Auxiliary, H.G.S....

Auxiliary, Arabia ... . Sunday School .....

14.75

5.00

Brooklyn, N. Y.— Flatlands

Auxiliary ....... .. Auxiliary, Arabia ..... Sunday School .... ,. S.S., Prim Dept... ,.

59.22 15.00

8.10

3.60

85.92


Brooklyn) N. Y .— Grace

Auxiliary ........

Cambria, Wis.— Randolph Centre

115.00

Young Woman’s M.C...

123.35

8.35

Brooklyn, N. Y.— Gravesend

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, M.T.S.H__ Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Auxiliary,, Arabia... Sunday School .....

191.75 35.00 35.00 2.25 4.41 268.41

Brooklyn, N. Y .— Greenwood Heights

Auxiliary ........ S.S., Prim. Dept...

20.00 30.00

10.00

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94.00

Canajoharle, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, In Memory of Rev. Geo. Davis...

10.00 5.00

15.00

Castleton, N. Y.— Immanuel

Auxiliary......... Jr. C.E. Soc.......

3.00 3.50

6.50

Catskill, N. Y.

Brooklyn, N. Y .— N e w Bots

Young Woman’s M.G..

11.00

Brooklyn, N. Y.— N e w Utrecht

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. .. Neighbors M.S.....

10.00 Auxiliary ........ Sunday'School, H.G.S.. 69.00 Young Ladies’ M. S__ 15.00

80.00 35.00 30.00 145.00

Brooklyn, N. Y.— On-the-Helghts

Auxiliary ........ 150.62 Auxiliary, M. T. S. H.. 35.00 185.62 Cawker City, Kan,— Rotterdam

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary ........

Auxiliary ........ 133.00 Auxiliary, M.T.S.H ... 35.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 150.00 Arabian Circle, Arabia. 645.00 963.00

Sunday School.....

Brooklyn, N. Y.— South

Auxiliary ..... .'... King’s Daughters’C __

Auxiliary ........ 100.00 20.00 Young Ladies’ M.S__ Sunday School..... 10.00 5.5. Junior Girls’ Dept. 15.00 5.5. Little Beginners...

10.00

Cedar Grove, Wis.

56,34

Chancellor, 8. D.

7.25

Chatham, N. Y.

36.00 5.00

41.00

Chicago, 111.— First.

Auxiliary ........ 25.00 Young Womans' M.S.. 48.00 8.00153.Ladies’ 00 Sewing Circle, 95.00 168.00 M.T.S.H........ Brooklyn, N. Y.— South Bnshwlck Auxiliary .......... 170.00 Chicago, HI.— First, Englewood Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. ... 41.50 Brooklyn, N. Y.— Twelfth St. Young Ladies’ M.B. Auxiliary ........ 5.00 M.T.S.H......... 10.00 Sunday School ..... 10.00 15.00 Young Ladies’ M.B.... 10.00 61.50 Brooklyn, N. Y.— Williamshorgh

Auxiliary ........ Crystal M.S.......

63.00 60.00 123.00 42.27 25.00 30.00 5.00 35.00 137.27 32.00

Buskirk, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School .....

23.50 5.20

45.00 6.40 51.40

Chicago, HI.— Bethany, Roseland

Auxiliary ........

82.37

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S....

4.98 10.00

14.98

Claverack, N. Y.

28.70

Byron Center, Mich.

Auxiliary ........

Auxiliary ........ Young Womans’ M.B..

Clarkstown, N. Y.

Buffalo, N. Y.— First

Auxiliary ........

9.00

Chicago, HI.— First, Roseland

Brooklyn, N. Y.— Woodlawn

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Auxiliary M.T.S.H. ... Auxiliary, Arabia ... Junior Congregation ..

Chicago, HI.— Norwood Park

Auxiliary ........

Auxiliary ........

97.20

Cleveland, Ohio— First

20.00

Auxiliary ........

14.85


Cleveland, Ohio— Calvary Lydia Soc......... 20.00 10.00 30.00 "D.A.C.” Society ... Clifton, N. J. Auxiliary ........ 5.00 Sunday School ..... 23.25 28.25 Closter, XT. J. Auxiliary ........ 30.00 Clover Hill, H. J. Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 7.75 Willing Workers, H.G.S. 5.87 13.62 Clymer, N. Y.— Abbe Auxiliary ........ 32.75 Clymer, N. Y.— Clymer Hill Auxiliary ........ 39.38 Sunday School .... 10.00 49.38 Coeymane, N. Y. Auxiliary......... 15.00 Coboes, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 60.00 Cohoes, N. Y.— Boght Auxiliary ........ 5.93 Sunday School ..... 3.00 8.93 Colt’s Necb, N. J. Auxiliary ........ 31.00 Colony, Okla. Auxiliary ......... 25.00. Coopersvllle, Mich. Auxiliary ........ 49.00 Auxiliary, Arabia ... 30.00 79.00 Coxsackle, N. Y.— First Prayer and Mission C.. 36.82 Coxsackle, N. Y.— Second Auxiliary ........ 52.00 Cnrrytown, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 40.00 Danforth, m. Auxiliary ........ 20.00 Auxiliary, Arabia ... 17.00 37.00 Darlington, N. J. Auxiliary ........ 9.00 Davis, S. D.— Bethel. Sunday School ..... 4.20 Decatur, Mich. Sunday School ..... 6.25

Dell Baplds, 8. D.— Bogan

10.00

Auxiliary ........ Delmar, XT. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ....; Auxiliary

70.25 .75

D e Motte, Ind. ...........

71.00 10.00

Detroit, Mich.— •First

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ... Whatsoever C .....

25.00 17.00 15.00

57.00

25.00 25.00

50.00

Doon, la.

“V.Z.V.” ..........

Dumont, N. J.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S. ... Auxiliary, Arabia ...

55.00 20.00

15.00

90.00

Bast Greenbush,,IT. Y.

65.00 5.00

70.00

East Millstone, N. J. 36.15 Auxiliary ... .•....... 6.00 Sunday School.......

42.15

East Orange, N. J.— First 54.01 Church ............. Auxiliary ........... 588.23 Auxiliary, H.G.S...... 25.00 Auxiliary, Arabia .... 45.00

712.24

Auxiliary ........... Auxiliary, Arabia ....

East Orange, N. J.— •Hyde Park Auxiliary ...........

8.00

East Williamson, N. Y.

Church .............. 499.31 25.00 Auxiliary ........... Auxiliary, Arabia .... 10.25 Young Womans' M.B.. 65.00 Willing Workers ..... 10.00 Sunday School ....... 167.60 777.16 Auxiliary

Eddyvlle, Za. ...........

25.65

Auxiliary

Edgerton, Minn. ...........

15.00

EUenville, IT. Y.

Auxiliary ........

20.00

Elmhurst, IT. Y.— N e w t o w n

Auxiliary ........

25.00


Elmsford, N. Y.— areenbnrffh Auxiliary ........ 5.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 10.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 15.00 30.00 Fairview, 111. Auxiliary .......... 54.50 FlahMll, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 76.28 5.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... Sunday School..... 15.93 97.21 Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y. Auxiliary ....... 95.00 Flatbush (Ulster Co.) N. Y. Auxiliary .... =.... 12.57 Sunday School..... 1.55 7.04 21.16 CE. Society ...... Flushing, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 75.30 Sunday School..... 13.05 88.35 Fonda, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 34.00 18.44 52.44 Auxiliary, Arabia... Fort Uiller, N. Y. Sunday School ..... 1-27 Fort Plain, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 42.92 10.00 52.92 Auxiliary, Arabia... Franklin Park, N. J. Auxiliary ........ 55.70 Auxiliary, Arabia... 60.49 Young Woman’s M.B.. 50.00 166.19 128.00 18.28 Galesburg, Za.

Auxiliary

10.00 Gallatin, N. Y.

7.50 2.08

10.58

Gansevoort, N. Y.

25.00

Auxiliary Gardiner, N. Y.

24.00

Auxiliary Gary, Minn.

Sunday School .....

Dorcas Society .... Frauen Verein .....

35.58 23.00

4.62

21.25 58.58

Ghent, N. Y.— First

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia... Sunday School.....

74.12 12.35 11.66

98.18

Ghent, N. Y.— Second

Auxiliary ........

36.75

Gibbsville, Wis.

Auxiliary ........ 110.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 21.66 45.00 r Mission Band...... Mission Band, Arabia.. 15.00 191.66 GUboa, N. Y.

18.05

Auxiliary ........ Glenham, N. Y.

7.00

Sunday School ..... Glenville, N. Y.— First

70.00

Auxiliary ........ Graafschap, Mich.

15.00

Auxiliary ........ Grand Haven, Mich.— First

Auxiliary ...... 70.22 35.00 Aux., M.L.L.H..... Young Ladies' M.C.... 15.00 120.22 Grand Haven, Mich.— Second

......

55.23

Grand Bapids, Mich.— First

S.S., Prim, Dept...

Fremont, Mich.

Auxiliary

Auxiliary ........ C.E. Society ......

11.25 5.00 5.00

German Valley, HI.— Silver Creek

Auxiliary

Freehold, N. J.— Second

Auxiliary

d e r m antown, N. Y.

Auxiliary .. King’s Daughter C ... Sunday School ....

17.00

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Second

Church, In Memory of Louise and Gertrude Oltman,M.L.L.H... Y.L. Soc. "Muneer”.... Y.L.S. “Muneer” Arabia

35.00 15.00 15.00

65.00

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Third

Auxiliary . Auxiliary, Arabia...... Young Ladies' M.S....

78.25 15.00 11.00 104.25

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Fourth

Auxiliary ..... !... Young Ladies’ M.B....

12.00 25.00

37.00


.

Grand Sapids, Mich.— Fifth

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia... Mission Band......

170.10 45.00 20.00 235.10

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Sixth

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia... Y.L. Helping Hand.... Sunday School.....

10.00 10.00 4.00 5.00

29.00

Grand Rapids, Mich.— Seventh

Auxiliary ... Auxiliary, Arabia... Young Ladies’

25.00 10.00 25.00

60.00

Grand Bapide, Mich.— Eighth

Auxiliary ........

20.00

Grand Bapids, Mich.-— Ninth

Auxiliary ........

15.00

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Bethany

Auxiliary ........ Young Ladies’ M.S.... Sunday School......

23.00 25.00 342.89 390.89

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Bethel

Young Ladies’ M.B--

5.00

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Grace

Auxiliary ........

33.00

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Immanuel

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia... What I Can Soc....

18.75 10.00 15.00

43.75

Grand Bapids, Mich.— Trinity

Young Ladies’M.G...

10.00

Grandville, Mich.

Auxiliary ......... Sunday School ......

18.76 30.00 48.76

Greenleafton, Minn.

Dorcas Society .....

40.00

Greenport, N. Y.

Auxiliary, M.T.S.H__ Infant Class ......

25.00 10.00

35.00

Greenville, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Auxiliary, Arabia...

17.00 5.00 3.00

‘’ 25.00

. Greenwich, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ S.S., Prim. Class...

63.43 30.00

93.43

Grlgffstown,N. J. 41.30 Auxiliary ........ 1.50 Auxiliary, Arabia.... Cheerful Worker’s M.B. 14.20 S.S. Birthday Offering.. 15.37 72.37 Guilderland Center, N. Y. 35.00 Auxiliary ........ Guilford, N. Y. 3.00 Auxiliary ........ Gnttenhnrg, N. J. ’10.00 Auxiliary ........ Hachensach, N. J., — First 70.00 Auxiliary ........ 5.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 25.00 Aux., M.L.L.H...... 30.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... Young Woman's M.S.. 25.00 155.00 Kachensach, N. J.— Second 95.00 Auxiliary ........ 15.00 110.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... Hagaman, N. Y. 57.00 Auxiliary ........ 10.00 67.00 Girls’ M. B ....... Hamilton, Mich.--First Auxiliary ........ 32.00 Young Ladies’ M.S.... 40.45 72.45 Hamilton, Mich.— American Auxiliary ........ 5.00 Harlingen, N. J. Auxiliary ........ 30.35 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 7.50 Auxiliary, Arabia... 10.00 50.00 97.85 Bright Hope M.B... Harrington Park, N. J. Auxiliary ........ 12.00 Harrison, 8. Dak. Auxiliary ........ 49.50 Y.L.M.B., M.T.S.H... 50.00 Young Ladies’ M.B.... 22.00 121.50 Hashronck Heights, N. J. Auxiliary......... 8.50 Hawthorne, N. J.— First Sunday School..... 5.50 Hawthorne, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 20.00 Herkimer, N. ‘r. Auxiliary ........ 24.00 Junior M.B........ 19.41 43.41


Hudson, N. Y.

High Bridge, N. J.

Auxiliary .......... . 14.83 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... . 7.57

22.40

High Falls, N. Y.— Clove

Auxiliary .......... . Alligerville Auxiliary.. .

70.65 7.50

Highland Park, N. J. Auxiliary .......... .

Auxiliary

Higbwood, :N. J. .......... Hinghham, Wis.

71.43

Auxiliary ........... Hudson, 8. D.

Auxiliary

78.15 50.00 2.75

Auxiliary ........ . 31.00 Y.L.M.B., Arabia... . 45.00 Young Ladies' M.B.. . 30.00 106.00

.....

8.68

.

Hudson City, N. J.

10.00

Sunday School..... Hull, Xa.

45.00

Auxiliary .......... Hurley, N. Y. .......... 31.50

Auxiliary Willing Workers.... Will’g Workers, Arabia

14.25 3.00

48.75

Xndlanapolis, X&d.— First

2.00

Auxiliary .........

Holland, Mich.— Ebenezer

Auxiliary ........

30.00

Holland, Mich., — First

Auxiliary ....... . 66.00 Young Woman’s M.S. . 15.00 Holland, Mich.— Third Auxiliary .......... . 122.88 Auxiliary, Arabia.... . 10.00 Young Ladies’ M.S... . 50.45 Children’s M.B...... . 3.77 Holland, Mich.-— Fourth Auxiliary .......... . 22.00 Auxiliary, Arabia.... . 6.00 Young Ladies’ M.S... . 5.00 — Hope Holland, Mich,. Auxiliary .......... . 115.04 Auxiliary, H.G.S...... 15.00 Holland, Mich.— Trinity Auxiliary ...........

81.00

492.80 Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia.... 10.25 Young W o m a n ’s C.C... 20.00 523.05 187.10

33.00 130.04 5.00

50.17 51.30

Hoopers, Xa.

25.00

Howe's Cave, N. Y.— First

1.50 5.00

Howe's Cave, N. Y.— Second Auxiliary ..........

58.00 24.50

82.50

Jamestown, Mich.— Second 23.75 Auxiliary ...........

Young Woman ’s M.S.. Y.W.M.S., Arabia.....

Hopewell Junction, N . Y.— Hopewell

Auxiliary ....... . Loyal Workers ... .

Jamestown, Mich.— First

Auxiliary ........... Auxiliary, Arabia.....

Holmdel, N. J.

Young Ladies’ M.B...

10.00

Auxiliary ......... Jamaica, N. Y.— First

Holland, Neb.

Auxiliary .......

42.90

Irvington, N. J.— First

Auxiliary ....... . 95.00 Young Woman’s M.S. . 25.00 120.00 Auxiliary .......

Interlaken, N. Y.

Auxiliary .........

20.00 5.00

48.75

Jersey City, N. J.— Bergen

205.42 21.50 226.92 Jersey City, N. J.— Centrall 25.00 Ladies’ Mission Circle

Auxiliary ........... Auxiliary, Arabia.....

Jersey City, N. J.— Faith

Auxiliary ........... C.E. Society ........ Sunday School ....... S.S., M.L.L.H........

10.00 1.76 71.12 35.00 117.88

Jersey City, N. J.— First V a n Vorst

Afternoon Branch.... Afternoon B., H.G.S... Afternoon B., Arabia...

47.00 10.00 5.00

62.00

Jersey City, N. J.— Greenville

6.50

Auxiliary ........

19.00

Jersey City, N. J.— Lafayette

12.55

Auxiliary ........

134.35


Kiskatom, N. Y.

Jersey City, K. J.— Park

Auxiliary ........

15.00

Jerusalem, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........

10.00

Johnstown, N,. Y.

Auxiliary ........

18.25 40.00 30.00

40.75 90.00 18.09 148.84

Auxiliary ........ 110.00 Young Woman’s Aux.. 10.00 Young Ladies’ M.B.... 10.00 Y.L.M.B., M.T.S.H. ... 10.00 Y.P.S.C.E., M.L.L.H. .. 25.00 Junior C.E....... 2.60 S.S. Class ....... 10.00 187.60 Kalamazoo, Mich.— Third

25.00 5.00

Kalamazoo, Mich.— Fourth Auxiliary ........... 10.00 Auxiliary, Arabia .... 5.00

30.00 15.00

Kalamazoo, Mich.— Twin Bakes Auxiliary ........... 14.50 Keyport, N. J. ...........

Bawyersvllle, N . Y.

Auxiliary ......... Sunday School.....

15.13 5.54

20.67

Bebanon, N. ;7.

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia.... Auxiliary, H.G.S....

16.49 5.00 6.48

27.97

20.00 10.00

30.00

Beeds, N. Y.

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia....

Belghton, la.— Ebenezer

Dorcas Society .... Willing Workers.... Will’g Workers, Arabia

45.00 85.00 10.00 140.00

Beota, Minn.— Bethel

Auxiliary ......... Young Ladies’ Soc....

Kalamazoo, Mich.— No. Park St. Auxiliary ........... 9.00 Whatsoever Society ... 18.50 Young Ladies’ M.B___ 8.00 35.50

Auxiliary

30.00

Comanche Indian M.S..

70.00

Kalamazoo, Mich.— Second

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ___

37.50

Young Woma n ’s M.S.. Bawton, Okla.

Kalamazoo, Mich.-— First

Auxiliary ........ Young Ladies’ M.S__ Sunday School ....

45.61

Bansing, 111.

Kalamazoo, Mich.— Bethany

Auxiliary ........ Young Ladies’

29.91 10.00 4.00 1.70

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia ... Rhinehart, M.B..... Sunday School .....

25.00 10.00

35.00

Blsha's Kill— N. Y.

Auxiliary ......... S.S. Prim. Dept.....

46.00 6.00

52.00

Little Fans, N. J.— First

Auxiliary1 ......... Auxiliary^ Arabia.... Auxiliary, H.G.S....

32.75 5.00 10.00

47.75

Little Fans, N. J.— Second

15.00

4.50

Auxiliary, Arabia.... Lodi, N. Y.

Kinderhook, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........... Young Woman’s Aux... Auxiliary

40.00 10.50

Kings, 111.— Slim ...........

50.50 5.00

Y.P.S.C.E......... • 30.00 C.E. Society, Arabia... 35.00 206.08 11.05

Kingston, N. Y.— Fair St.

*

. J.

8.00

Bong Island City, N. Y.

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia.... Sunnyside, S.S......

45.00 5.00 1.00

60.00

51.00

Bncas, Mich.

10.00

Auxiliary .........

Kingston, N. T.— Comforter

Auxiliary ........

Bong Branch, N

Auxiliary .........

Kingston, N. Y.— First Auxiliary........ .. 141.08

Auxiliary ... .....

52.00

Auxiliary .........

Mahwah, N. J.— B a m a p o

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, H.G.S....

43.23 5.00

48.23


Milwaukee, Wis,— First

Manhasset, N . Y.

10.00

Sunday School..... Manlto, 111.— Spring Zia&e

5.00

King’s Daughters Circle Marlon, N. Y.— Plrst

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia.....

20.00 20.00 50.31 21.29

40.00 71.60

93.73 7.26 100.99

Maurice, la.— First

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, M.L.L.H.... Young Ladies’ Aid..... Sunday School .......

30.00 35.00 14.01) 16.40 5.00 5.10

MeUenvllle, N. Y. Auxiliary ........... Metuchen, If. J. 71.54 Auxiliary ........... 5.12 Auxiliary, Arabia..... 50.00 Y.P.S.C.E.,H.G.S...... Mlddleburg, Za.— Free Grace Auxiliary ........... Mlddleburgh, N. Y. Auxiliary ........... Middlebush, N. J. Auxiliary .......... . 38.00 Sunshine Workers ___. 10.00 5.00 Sunshine W., Arabia... Middletown, N. J. Auxiliary .......... . 56.05 Auxiliary, Arabia.... . 10.00 MWbrook, N. Y. Auxiliary .......... . 55.50 Sunday School..... . 10.00

15.00

Auxiliary ........

Monroe, S. D.— Sand h & m M e m l

25.00

Montclair Heights, N. J.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. ...

10.00 35.00

45.00

Montgomery, H. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia...

15.50 2.00

17.50

10.10

Montroeo, N. Y.— Cortandtown 26.55 Auxiliary ........ 5.00 Auxiliary, H.G.b.... Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. ... 35.00 3.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 11.56 Sunday School ..... 85.55 4.44 Verplanck S.S......

12.68

Auxiliary ........

95.40

Maurice, la.— American

Auxiliary ........... Sunday School.......

12.50

Auxiliary ........

Marlboro, N. J.— Plrst Freehold

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia....

Minavllle, If. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Mohawk

Marlon, N. Y.— Second

Auxiliary ........... Young Ladies’

Auxiliary ........ 150.00 Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. .. 35.00 185.00

Morrison, 111.— Ebenezer 35.00

Mt. Greenwood , HI. 30.00

Auxiliary ........ 126.66 100.00

M o un t Vernon, N. Y. Auxiliary .. ...... 100.00 10.00 Auxiliary H.G.S.... 35.00 Auxiliary, Arabia...

145.00

Muscatine, Za. 10.00

17.06

Auxiliary ........

53.00

— First Muskegon, Mich., 30.00 Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. .. 35.00 45.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... Y.P.S.C.E., M.T.S.H.... 35.00 UnBkegon, Mlcb^— Second

66.05 65.50

Millstone, N. J.— Hillsborough.

Auxiliary ........ . 85.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... . 10.00 Harriet Coe M.B., Arabia ......... . 20.00 Sunday School..... . 32.00 6.00 Union S.S........... . Auxiliary, Interest on Disborough Legacy. . 100.00 253.00

Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. ... 36.00 Young Ladies’ M.C.. .. 25.00 Y.L.M.C., Arabia.... .. 5.00 1.00 Mission Band .... ..

145.00

67.00

Napanoch, N. Y.

11.00

Sunday School... Nassau, N. Y.

Auxiliary ....... .. Girls’ M.B....... ..

37.25 3.00

40.25

Neshanic, N. J.

Auxiliary ....... .. Auxiliary, H.G.S. .....

50.00 16.53

66.53


Newark, N. J.— Plrst Auxiliary ........ 50.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 10.00 60.00 Newark, N. J.— Christ Auxiliary, M.L.L.H. .. 35.00 Newark, N. J.— Clinton Ave. Auxiliary ........ 95.00 Heidelberg Guild ... 10.00 Heidelberg Guild, M.T.S.H...... 50.00 Heidelberg Guild, H.G.S.......... 150.00 305.00 Newark, N. J.— New York Ave. Auxiliary ........ 64.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 5.00 Ministering Circle K.D. 5.00 74.00 Newark, N. J.— North Church .......... 100.00 Auxiliary ......... 1,919.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 15.00 Young Womans' Guild. 35.00 S.S., Home Dept... 25.52 Kearney Mission S.S., Arabia ......... 40.00 2,134.52 Newark, N. J.— Trinity 31.00 Auxiliary ........ Sunday School ..... 6.21 37.21 Newark, N. Y.— Arcadia Auxiliary ............ New Baltimore, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 181.84 New Brunswick, N. J.— Theological Seminary Society of Inquiry... 24.00 New Brunswick, N. J.— First Auxiliary ........ 100.00 Young People’s M.G... 25.00 Sunday School, H.G.S.. 7.00 132.00 New Brunswick, N. J.— Second Auxiliary ........ 90.00 Young Woman’s M.G.. 45.00 S.S. Prim Dept.... 3.00 138.00 N e w Brunswick, N. J.— S n y d a m St.

Church .......... 500.00 Auxiliary ........ 39.00 Campbell M.B...... 60.00 Campbell M.B., Arabia. 25.00 Young People’s Soc__ 4.50 Junior Soc., Arabia__ 4.00 Crusaders’ Post .... 3.77 636.27

New

Brunswick, N. J. •Throop Chapel

Chapel ........... Girls’ M.C......... Sunday School.....

Ave.

1.43 5.00 1.50

7.93

Newhorgh, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia...

100.00 15.00 115.00

N e w Center, N. J.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S....

25.00 3.45

28.45

N e w Dnrham, N. J.— Grove

Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 150.00 5.5., Mrs. G. J. Mayer’s Class........ 40.00 190.00 N e w Bra, Mich.

Auxiliary.........

21.00

N e w Hackensack, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Nftxon Auxiliary... Noxon Sunday School.

2.00 19.00

10.00

31.00

N e w Kirk, la.

Auxiliary ........

1590

N e w Faltz, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Mary Beattie M.C... Mary Beattie M.C., Arabia ......... K. e0 t0 tleboro, S.S..... 20

63.22 17.00 10.00

4.20

94.42

N e w York City— Middle Collegiate

Auxiliary ........ 866.79 Auxiliary, Arabia... 1,000.00 Crusader’s Post .... 6.00 Crusader’sPost,M.L.L.H. 35.00 Jr. Gym. Class ..... 6.00 Sewing School ..... 16.00 Sunday School ..... 55.00 5.5., M.T.S.H..... 30.00 2,014.79 N e w York City— Marfcle Collegiate

Auxiliary ........ 2,389.16 Auxiliary, H.G.S......... 150.00 Auxiliary, M.L.L.H.,

End’t Fund ..... 100.00 Auxiliary, M.L.H......... 35.00 Auxiliary, Interest on Furnald Legacy...

Sunday School .....

630.84 5.99 3,310.99

N e w York City— St. Nicholas Collegiate

Church .......... 1,100.00 Auxiliary ........ 2,075.00 Auxiliary, Arabia... 100.00 Young Woman’s Aux.. 160.00 Sunday School ..... 35.00 3,470.00


N e w York City— Elmendorf Chapel

N e w York City*— Wes t E n d Collegiate

Auxiliary ... Auxiliary, Arabia... Guild ........

Auxiliary ......... Girls’ Sewing School... Sunday School .....

925.05 100.00

.... 100.00

Guild, M.T.S.H. ’....

75.00

Guild, Arabia ......

10.00

Y.P. Soc., H.G.S....

125.00

N e w York City— Port Washington

75.00 30.00 10.00 81.20 1.79 197.99

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School .....

406.04 30.00 Sunday School, H.G.S.. 12.90 448.94 N e w York City— Bethany Memorial

King’s Daughters Circle Mothers Circle ....

Auxiliary ........ Saturday Bible Training School .........

.

46.30 15.00

8.00

N e w York City— Brighton Heights

Auxiliary, M.T.S.H--

35.00

N e w York City— Comforter

Sunday School ......

6.77

N e w York City— Por d ham Manor

40.00 10.00 10.00 25.00 20.00

35.00 112.00 7.00

N e w York City— Manor Church

Auxiliary ........

25.00

N e w York City— Union High Bridge

Church .......... Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Auxiliary, Arabia... Jr. C. E. Soc.......

48.00 5.00 150.00 20.00 3.00

Sunday School......

14.50

S.S., Prim. Dept....... 10.50 New

York

Auxiliary

5.00 256.00

City— Sion German gelical

.....

Evan­

16.00 ^

Niskayuna, N. Y.

55.00

N e w York City— Hamilton Grange

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, M.T.S.H-Auxiliary, Arabia... Sunday School .....

69.50 7.50

N e w York City— South

Kings’Daughters M.B.. 50.00

N e w York City— Fourth German

Auxiliary ........ C.E. Society ...... Sunday School ....

20.00

Auxiliary ........

50.00

Scudder M.C........

10.00 10.00

Auxiliary, In Memory of Mrs. Josephine C.

61.30

N e w York City— Anderson M e m ’l

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School .....

Auxiliary ... Auxiliary, Arabia... Ricard .........

N e w York City— Thirty-fourth St.

Auxiliary .........

13.50

N e w York City— Port Richmond

* 15.00

N e w York City— K n o x Memorial

6.00

7.50

N e w York City— Mott Haven

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School.....

N e w York City— Vermilye Chapel

Sunday School .....

87.19

N e w York City— Madison Ave.

Sunday School ..... 10.00 S.S., Prim. Dept, M.T. S.H., End’t Fund... 200.00 1,545.05

Auxiliary......... Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Auxiliary, Arabia... Sunday School..... S.S. Kindergarten ..

55.00 7.00 25.19

25.00 35.00 10.00 40.00 110.00

N e w York City— Eenox Ave., Harlem

Auxiliary ........ 45.00 Bible School ...... 50.00 Bible School, Arabia.. 100.00 Y.P.S.C.E., Arabia... 25.00 220.00

Auxiliary ........ C.E. Soc.......... Baby and Jr. Roll... Sunday School .....

97.00 7.00 8.00 15.70 127.70

North Bergen, N. J.

Young Woman’s M.S..

25.00

North Blendon, Mich.

Auxiliary ........

15.00

North Blenheim, N. Y.

Sunday School .....

2.40


Oregon, 111.— Ebenezer

North Branch, N. J. 35.00 2.57 23.00

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Young W o m a n ’s M.C.. Young Woman’s M.C, H.G.S........... Lend-a-Hand Soc.... Lend-a-Hand Soc., H.G.S........... Lend-a-Hand Soc., Arabia .......... Sunday School .....

Otley, la. Overlsel, Mich.

Auxiliary ........... 105.00 Auxiliary, M.T.S.H.... 35.00 45.00 Auxiliary, Arabia.... 17.50 202.50 Young Ladies’ M.S....

1.17

North Hachensach, N. J. 21.00 Auxiliary ......... 10.50 Auxiliary, Arabia.... 2.00 Jr. C.E. Soc....... North Holland, Mich. 30.00 Auxiliary ......... 20.00 Young Ladies’ M.C....

110.78

33.50

Park Bldge, N. J.— Pascaok

14.00 33.82 7.00

40.82

Nyack, N. Y. ......... 225.00 15.00 H.G.S....

240.00 5.00

Ontario, N. Y. 62.28

Oostborg, Wis.

Auxiliary .........

40.00

Oradell, N. J. 50.60 Auxiliary ......... 5.00 Happy Heart M.B...

55.60

Orange City, la.— Plrst 154.67 Auxiliary ......... 10.00 Auxiliary, M.T.S.H__ 66.00 Dorcas M.S........ 10.00 Young Ladies’ M.B.... Orange City, Xa.— American 20.00 Auxiliary ......... 50.00 Young Ladies’ M.C-10.00 Sunday School .....

Auxiliary ......... 265.30 10.00 Auxiliary, H.(j.S.... 66.25 Auxiliary, Arabia.... Helen E. Aycrigg M.B., 35.00 M.T.S.H .......... Helen E. Aycrigg M.B., 20.00 Arabia ............ Helen E. Aycrigg M.B. 104.00 Bible School Home 75.00 Dept............ Sunday School, H.G.S. 183.34 758.89 Passaic, N. J.— First (Holland)

O a k Harbor, Wash.

Priscilla Soc........

38.50

Auxiliary ......... Passaic, N. J.— •Plrst

60.00

Sunday School ....

26.84

Auxiliary .........

Nutley, N. J.

Auxiliary Auxiliary,

20.00

Auxiliary .........

50.00

North Yakima, Wash.

Auxiliary .......... Jr. C.E. Soc........

17.50

Palmyra, N. Y.

North Marion, No. Dak.

Auxiliary .........

.,

14.50 3.00

Oyster Bay, N. Y.

9.00

Auxiliary .........

Owasco, N. 1r.

Auxiliary ......... Sunday School .....

North Uarbletown, N. Y.

Auxiliary .........

40.00

Dorcas Soc........

2.57 36.27

5.00 5.20

10.00

Auxiliary ........

25.00 35.00 35.00

95.00

Passaic, N. J.— North 116.35 Auxiliary ........... 15.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S..... 9.50 S.S., Prim. Dept......

140.85

Auxiliary ........... Auxiliary, M.T.S.H.... Young W o m a n ’s M.S..

Paterson, N. J.— Second

Auxiliary ........... Auxiliary, H.G.S.....

57.00 10.00

67.00

Paterson, N. J.— Sixth. (Holland) 650.00 Church .............. 240.67

Paterson, N. J.— Broadway

Auxiliary ........... Auxiliary, H.G.S....

47.20 10.00

57.20

Paterson, N. J.— Riverside 80.00

Auxiliary ........

7.60


Peapack, N. J.

Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Kings Daughters C....

5.85 25.00

30.85

FeekskUl, N. Y.

Auxiliary, H.G.S....

10.00

Pella, la.

East Prairie M.S... East Prairie M.S., Arabia .........

100.00 50.00 150.00

Piennont, N. Y. 14.00 5.00 24.40

Auxiliary .......... .. Auxiliary, H.lx.S..... .. Sunday School ..... .

Pine Bush, XT. Y.— N e w Auxiliary ......... . Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. .... Auxiliary, H.G.S....., Auxiliary, Arabia ___ .

43.40

Prospect 32.50 5.00 10.00 15.00 62.50

Pipestone, Minn. Pella, la.— Plrst

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia... Aid and Dorcas Soc.. Aid and Dorcas Soc., Arabia ......... Moonlight M.B.....

Auxiliary ........

20.00 10.00 45.00 10.00 30.00 115.00

Pella, Xa.— Second

Church .......... Church, Arabia..... Auxiliary ........ Three Friends .....

712.00 430.83 50.00 10.00 1,202.83

Pella, Xa.— Third

Church .......... Auxiliary ........ Martha M.C....... Dorcas Soc.......

5.00

Plainfield, N. J.— Trinity

650.00 10.00 65.00 10.00 735.00

Ladies’Christian Work Soc’y .......... . Young Woman’s M.B. .

40.18 25.00

65.18

Pompton, N. J. Auxiliary .......... . 85.30 Auxiliary, H.G.S..... . 7.50 Kings Daughters C. .•. 10.00

102.80

Pompton Plains, N. J. 108.70 Auxiliary ........... Auxiliary, H.G.S..... . 10.00 Auxiliary, Arabia --- . 20.00 5.12 Jacksonville, S.S..... .

Auxiliary

Portage, Mioh. ..........

Auxiliary

Port Ewen, N. Y. ..........

143.82 20.00

Pella, la.— Bethel

Dorcas Soc........ “Bethel Stars” Y.L.S..

12.00

25.00

37.00

9.25

Port Jervis, H. Y.

Fella, Neb.

........ 30Auxiliary .50 Sunday School .....

Auxiliary ............ Peoria, Xll.

Dorcas Society.....

6.00

50.00 6.00

56.00

Pottersvine, N. J.

Auxiliary ........

8.00

Philadelphia, Pa.— First

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S ... Sunday School ....

Ponghkeepsie, N. Y.

3.00 5.00 15.76

23.76

Philadelphia, Pa.— Fourth

Sunday School, Prim. Dept.................

Prairie City, Xa.

12.00 Auxiliary ........

Philadelphia, Pa.— Talmage Memorial

K.D. “Continuing Ten”

7.50

12.50 10.00

Auxiliary ........

_

22.50

10.00 1.00

4.50

50.00

Prairie View, Kansas— I»uctor

23.00

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia...

60.50 11.70

72.20

Freakness, H. J.

Phllmont, N. Y.

Auxiliary .........

Willing Workers...

Prairie View, Kan.

C, H.G.S........ K.D. “Continuing Ten” C ............... Jr. C.E. Soc'y...... Jr. C.E. Soc’y, H.G.S...

Auxiliary ........ 443.57 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 150.00 Guild ........... 5.00 C.E. Soc’y., M.T.S.H.. 35.00 633.57

100.00

Sunday School .....

4.01


Friacetown, IT; Y.

Auxiliary ........

Auxiliary, Arabia... Young Ladies’ M.C..

Boohester, IT. Y.— Brighton

35.00 . 5.00 7.00

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary ........

Young Ladies’ M.C.,

Arabia .......... Sunday ScHbol, Arabia.

4.00 4.04

55.04

PtrltneyvUle, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ...

25.00 10.00

50.00

Book Valley, la.— Carmel

Auxiliary ........

15.00

Booky Hill, N. J.

35.00

Queens, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School.....

18.00 2.50

20.50

Bosendale, IT. Y.

Auxiliary ........

97.36

Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Auxiliary,.Arabia ...

10.00 10.00

Auxiliary ........

Junior M.C........

15.00 132.36

Auxiliary ........

12.50

Botterdam, N. Y.— First

Baritan, 111.

100.60

Boxbury, IT. Y.— Jay Gould Memorial

Auxiliary ........

7.00- Auxiliary ......;...

Baritan, N. J.— Third

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S. ...

25.00

Bock Valley, Za.— First

65.00 5.03

5.00

Saddle Blver, IT. J.

70.03

Auxiliary ........

5.00

Sandstone, Minn. Beadlngton, IT. J..........

Auxiliary ...... Auxiliary, H.G.S.... S.S. Home Dept....

48.30 6.50 5.52

15.00 20.00 2.25 1.56

Auxiliary ........

70.20

Schaghticoke, N. Y.— Beynolds

Bensselaer, IT. Y.— First

Auxiliary ....... ,. Auxiliary, Arabia ....,. Sunday School ... ..

10.00

Saugertles, N. Y.— First

60:32

B e d Bank, IT. J.

Auxiliary .......

Auxiliary ........

Auxiliary ........

13.00

Schenectady, IT. Y.— First

Griffis, M.S........

23.81

177.00

Schenectady, IT. Y.— Second

Auxiliary ........

95.00

Bhlnebeck, N. Y.

Auxiliary .......

89.85 26.60

Church .......... Auxiliary ........ Ramabai Club ..... Sunday School ... 5.5., Arabia....... “A Friend” .......

90.00

Auxiliary ........

Ridgefield, N. J.

Auxiliary ....... .. 24.60 Jr. C.E. Soc’y..... . 2.00 Bidgewood, N. J.— First

Auxiliary ....... .. Auxiliary, H.G.S. \ ..... Jr. C.E. Soc’y..., ..

75.00 10.00 5.00

Auxiliary ....

11.00

Class ..........

5.00

20.00

S.S. Mrs. Dimories Class ..........

3.00

91.57

Bochester, IT. Y.— First

Auxiliary .......

36.92

Sunday School, Prim. Class, H.G.S..... “Philathea Class” ... 5.5., Miss Sarah Dietz’s Class ........... 5.5., Mrs. S. Vernon’s

Bochelle Park, IT. J.

Auxiliary .......

5.00

Schenectady, N. Y.— Mt. Pleasant

41.57 15.00 35.00

60.00 56.85 40.00 9.34 7.48 30.00 203.67

Schodack Banding, IT. Y.

Bidgewood, IT. 3’.— Faramns

Auxiliary ....... .. Auxiliary, H.G.S... .. Sunday School, M.T.S.H........,.

Schenectady, N. Y > — Bellevue

22.51 15.00 5.43

87.86


South Bound Brook, N. J.

Schenectady, N. Y.— Second Botterdam

Auxiliary *........

41.15

Auxiliary .......

Schenectady, N. Y.— Woodlawn

Auxiliary .........

14.00

Schodack, N. Y.

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. ...

7.00 35.00

30.00

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. ... Auxiliary, Arabia... Young Ladies’M.B.. Girls’ M.S......... Y.P.S.C.E. ........

90.25

Auxiliary ........

12.00

Auxiliary ........

11.62

Sohnylervllle, N. Y.

Auxiliary .........

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S....

First Scotia, N. Y«— '

Auxiliary ....... ..

20.00 35.00 38.00 60.00 15.00 20.25 188.25 20.00

Sprakers, XT. Y.

Auxiliary ......... Sheboygan, Wis.— Hope ‘20.75 Auxiliary ......... 5.44 Y.P.S.C.E...... ... 30.68 Sunday School .....

Auxiliary ........

Springfield, S. Dak.— ■Immanuel

92.87

Auxiliary ........ W. Workers, M.T.S.H.

20.00

Auxiliary ....... Auxiliary, Arabia ... Young Ladies’ Soc.. ,

Slonx Center,la.— First

Auxiliary ......... 180.25 15.00 Valley Ladies’ Soc... Young Ladies’M.S. ... 70.00 265.25

8.00 10.00 8.00

65.00

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S....

100.45 12.37 112.82

Spring Valley, Zll.— Ustick

60.00

30.00

Spring Valley, N. J.

24.00

Inasmuch Club.....

Sionz City, Za.— Plrst

St. Johnsvllle, N. Y.

1.75

Somerville, N. J.— Plrst Baritan

Auxiliary ........ 79.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S‘ . ... 16.17 95.17 SomervlUe, N. J.— Second Baritan Auxiliary ...... ... 82.50 Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. ... 80.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S. ... ... 20.30 Auxiliary, Arabia ..... 75.00 W.W. Club ..... ... 22.00 6.88 286.68 S.S., Prim. Dept-- ... Somerville, N. J.— Fourth Baritan 2.63 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... South Blendon, Mich. Auxiliary ...... ... 12.00 Young Ladies’M.B.. ... 15.00 27.00

26.00

Spring Valley, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........

Slonx Center, Za.— Central

Auxiliary ........

30.00 35.00

Spring Z.ahe, Mich.

16.61

Sheldon, la.— Plrst

Young Ladies’M.B ..

13.00

Auxiliary ........

6.00

30.00

4.00

Spring Creek, Minn.

Sheboygan Palls, Wis.

Auxiliary ........

55.61

Spotswood, N. J.

Sharon, N. Y.

Sunday School, Arabia. Miss Helen Balkins ...

50.00 5.61

South Holland, XU. 42.00

Sohoharie, N..Y.

Auxiliary .........

26.00

South Branch, N. J.

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School..... ,

36.50 20.00

56.50

St. Bemy, N. Y.

14.00

Auxiliary Stanton, XT. J.

5.00

Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Stone Bidge, N. Y.

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia ...

6.00

12.50

18.50

Stout, Za.

10.00

Auxiliary Stuyvesant, N. Y.

Auxiliary

37.50


Solly, Xa. Auxiliary, Arabia .. 5.00 Svea, Winn.— Tlftoclnna Auxiliary ...... 65.00 Syracuse, N.Y.— First Auxiliary ........ 130.00 Auxiliary, Arabia .. 10.00 Kings Daughters C_ 5.00 Sunday School.... 20.00 165.00 Syracuse, N. Y.— Second Auxiliary ....... 15.00 Tappan, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 97.28 * Light Bearers G, M.L.L.H........ 4.00 Sunday School..... 10.00 111.28 Tarrytown, N. Y.— First Auxiliary ........ 120.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 30.00 Auxiliary, Arabia ... 10.00 Far and Near Club... 50.00 Sunday School ..... 14.77 224.77 Tarrytown, N. Y.— Second 75.00 Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 12.00 5.00 Auxiliary, Arabia ... Everyland Club .... 1.00 93.00 Three Bridges, N. J. Auxiliary ........ 29.67 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 7.50 37.17 Three Oahs, Mich. Auxiliary ........ 9.00 Titonka, Xa.— Bamsay Auxiliary ........ 25.00 Tyre, N. Y. Auxiliary ........ 15.00 Upper Bed Hook, H. Y. Scudder Memorial Auxiliary ....... 68.20 Crusaders Post ... 17.42 Sunday School .... 4.50 90.12 Utica, H. Y.— Christ Auxiliary ........ 72.00 Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. .. 21.00 93.00 ▼lechers Ferry, N. Y.— Amity Auxiliary ........ 17.34 Sunday School..... 3.00 20.34 Trlesland, Mich. Auxiliary ........ 60.00 Sunday School ..... 55.00 115.00

Walden, N. Y.— First

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ... Y.P.S.C.E., M.L.L.H... Jr. C.E. Soc.......

44.92 10.00 70.00 2.00 126.92

Waldwlck, N. J.

Auxiliary ........

5.00

Wallkill, N. Y.— Shawangunk

Auxiliary ........

15.00

Wall kill, N. Y.— Wall kill Valley

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ...

25.11 5.58

30.69

Warwick, N. Y.

Auxiliary ........ 104.00 Auxiliary, H.G.S. ... 10.00 Heart and Hand Soc.. 17.06 Sunday School ..... 86.93 217.99 Watervliet, N. Y.— Berth

Auxiliary ......... Auxiliary, Arabia ....

20.00 5.00

Y.P.S.C.E...........

12.00

3.00

Junior Soc.......... Sunday School,

M.T.S.H..........

35.00 75.00

Waupnn, Wis.— First

Auxiliary .........

77.07 11.35 88.42

Orange Circle....... Wellshnrg, Xa.

Auxiliary ........

20.00

West Cozsackle, H. Y.

Sunday School .....

8.50

Westfield, H. Dak.

Auxiliary .......... Auxiliary, Arabia ....

50.00 35.00 85.00

West Hohoken, N. J.

Auxiliary .........

35.00

K.D.C.............. S.S. Cradle Roll....

10.00

10.00

55.00

West Beyden, N. Y.

Auxiliary .......... Sunday School ......

6.50 3.00 9.50

West H e w Hempstead, N. Y. (Monsey)

Auxiliary ........

10.40

West H e w York, H. J.— Trinity

Auxiliary ........

25.00


Wyckoff, N. J.

West Sayville, N. 7.

Auxiliary ........

15.00

Westwood, N. J.

Auxiliary ...... 58.00 Sunday School ...... 5.00 63.00

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School.....

10.00 5.00

15.00

Wyants kill, N. 7.

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, M.T.S.H. ...

41.00 35.00

76.00

Wkitehouse, N. J.— Rocfeaway

Auxiliary ........ 8.82 Auxiliary, H.G.S.... 4.33 13.15 Wlchert, m . — Plrst 12.00

Auxiliary ........ Winfield, N. 7.

4.00

Primary M.B., Arabia. Woodbourne, N. 7.

10.00

Sunday School ..... Woodcliff, H. J.

11.59

Sunday School ..... Woodstock, N. 7.

1.00

Auxiliary ........

Wortendyke, K. J.— Plrst Holland

Auxiliary ........ Sunday School .....

46.00 6.47

52.47

Wortendyke, 27. J.— Trinity

Auxiliary ........

1

17.00

7onkers, N. 7.— Plrst

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Auxiliary, Arabia ...

80.00 10.00 7.00

97.00

7onkers, N. 7.— Mile S q .

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, H.G.S.... Auxiliary, Arabia ...

20.00 4.00 2.00

26.00

7onkers, N. 7.— Park Hill

Auxiliary ... Auxiliary, Arabia ...

168.00 41.35 209.35

Zeeland, SKleb.— Plrst

Auxiliary ........ Auxiliary, Arabia ... Tryphosa Soc......

85.00 15.00 55.00 155.00

Zeeland, Mich.— Second

Auxiliary ........ 120.10 Mission Band .... ;• 10.00 Mission Band, Arabia. 9.00 Mubesheraat C..... 27.50 166.60


RECEIPTS F R O M INDIVIDUALS Abbott, Mrs. W. H........... $10.00 “A Friend especially blessed,” Alden, Miss Elizabeth A., M.L.L.H............ '...250.00 M.T.S.H................600.00 A Friend ............... 650.00 Andrews, MissElizabeth B .....790.00 A Friend ................ 55.40 Andrews, Miss Elizabeth B., A Friend ................ ' 50.00 Arabia ........ 25.00 A Friend ............... 30.OO Angell, Miss S. K .......... 10.00 A Friend ........... 30.00 Baker, Mrs. D., M.T.S.H..... 33.00 A Friend ....... •....... 25.00 Beilis. Mrs. M. A.......... 25.00 A Friend ............... 25.00 Bell, Mrs. Abbie J. Legacy of__ 500.00 A Friend ............... 20.00 Bishop, Mrs. George S., “in A Friend ............... 15.OO Memoriam Margie Bishop”.... 25.00 A Friend ............... 10.00 Blauvelt, Miss A. G ......... 50.00 A Friend ............... 5.00 Borgards, Miss Caroline...... 5.00 A Friend ................ 5.00 Browning, Miss Henrietta M .... 10.00 A Friend ............... 2.00 Burrell, Mrs. David J........ 5.00 Friends, per Miss H. W. Drury.2,102.00 Bussing, Miss Sarah A ..... 50.00 Two Friends, Arabia ...... 1,000.00 Beall, Mrs. Turner Ashby, Two Friends ............ 1,250.00 M.T.S.H............... 25.00 Two Friends, M.T.S.H........ 35.00 Chamberlain, Mrs. Jacob ..... 30.00 Friends, M.T.S.H.......... 95.41 Chamberlain, Mrs. W m . 1......27.00 An Ocean Grove Friend ..... 1.00 “Chicago Family” .......... 300.00 Garrett, Mrs. John, H.G.S.... 2.00 Church, Mrs. J. B., H.G.S..... 5.00 Geer, Miss Florence K....... 20.00 Cobb, Mrs. Oliver E ......... 10.00 Goethe, Mrs., M.T.S.H....... 15.00 Cobb, Miss E. P........... 30.00 “A Gift” ............... 5.00 Cortelyou, Mr. Peter ........ 50.00 Harmon, Miss Julia A. C, Arabia 10.00 Crane, The Misses.......... 5.00 Helder, Mrs. J............ 5.00 Crocker, Miss M. P., M.T.S.H__ 20.00 Herder, Mr. and Mrs. J....... 12.00 Dangremond, Rev. G., in Mem­ Hill, Mrs. Wm. Bancroft, ory of Mrs. Gerrit Dangremond. 10.00 M.T.S.H............... 5,000.00i Davis, Mrs. George, in Memory Hill, Mrs. Wm. Bancroft..... 2,450.00 of Rev. George Davis ..... 6.00 Hoffman, Mrs. J........... 2.50 De Mott, Mrs. J. V ......... 75.00 Hoffman, Miss Bernice ...... 5.00 Ditmis, Miss C............ 50.00 Hope College, Y.W.C.A....... 16.00 Dommerich, Mrs. Louis, M.T.S.H. 25.00 Hopkins, Miss Josephine .... 5.00 Doolittle, Mrs. P. M ......... 20.00 Hopkins; Miss Josephine. M.T.S.H. 40.00 Doolittle, Mrs. P. M., M.T.S.H... 30.00 Hopper, Mrs. Hannah S...... 25.00 Doolittle, Mrs. P. M., Arabia... 20.00 Hoyt, Miss F. L............ 5.00 Dodd, Miss Gertrude ...... 1,000.00 “H. M. B.” . .............. 100.00 Dodd, Miss Gertrude, Arabia... 100.00 “Interested Listener at the Anni­ Douglas, Mrs. F. S..........125.00 versary” ...... 600.00 Drury, Mrs. J. B........... 100.00 “In Memoriam” ........... 100.00 Dumont, Mrs. 'E. A ..........100.00 In Memory of Mrs. W m . N. Duryee, Miss Mary 0........ 435.00 " Clark, M.T.S.H.......... 35.00 Duryee, The Misses, M.T.S.H.. 10.00 In Memory of Mrs. Sarah J. Jack­ Dykstra, John, “In Memory of my son, Phelps, N.Y., by her daugh­ loved ones,” M.T.S.H...... 600.00 ter ..................... 10.00 Fagg, Mrs. P. ............ 2.00 In-Memory of Miss Amelia E. Fischer, Mrs. John ......... 14.00 Lippincott ......... 5.00 Fisher, Miss ............. 40.00 “In Memory of Little Martha”... 25.00 Fisher, Miss, H.G.S......... 5.00 In Memory of Mabel Louise, Frelinghuysen, Miss Kate..... 45.00 M.T.S.H................ 35.00


In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. C Rhynsburger, M.T.S.H...... 35.00 “In Memoriam C. S. D.,” M.T.S.H 10.00

Jackson, Miss Sarah L. ...... 25.00 Janeway, Mrs. Edward G...... 55.00 Judson, Mrs. E. B.......... 150.00 Judson, Mrs. E. B., Arabia.... 100.00 “Kaveripak” H.G.S.......... 150.00 Keith, Mrs. J. D.......... 10.00 Kane, Helen C .N., Legacy of... 43.26 Lake, Miss Cornelia ........ 1.00 Langstroth, Mary M., Legacy of..200.00 Lansing, Mrs. J. Townsend ... 70.00 Littell, Miss Anne B ........ 15.00 Littell, Miss Mabel B......... 20.00 Lockwood, Miss M. D., M.T.S.H. 5.00 Macleish, Mrs. A. L..........25.00 MacNair, Mrs. Wilmer ...... 5.00 Manchee, Rev. W m ......... 2.50 Mason, Rev. A. De Witt..... 25.00 Masters, Miss L. B., M.T.S.H...100.00 Mathew, Miss Mary........ 1.00 Meadowcroft, Mr. Wm. H ..... 5.00 Medical Women’s Assn, for Aid­ ing Women in Medical Work in . Foreign Countries .........158.00 Meeks, Mrs. Hamilton V ...... 186.00 Memorial to Mrs. Anton A. Raven, M.T.S.H................ 600.00 Montgomery, Mrs. John M ... 50.00 Moore, Mrs. G. G., M.T.S.H... 35.00 Murray, Mrs. David ........ 21.00 M.W.S., M.T.S.H....!...... 10.00 Neer, Miss Mary L., M.L.L.H__ 25.00 Norris, Mrs. M. B., M.T.S.H__ 35.00 Olcott, Mrs. E. E........... 120.00 Olcott, Mrs. E. E., M.T.S.H.... 300.00 Olcott, The Misses, H.G.S..... 10.00 Olcott, Miss Katharine ...... 70.00 Olcott, Miss Katharine, Arabia .. 5.00 Ostrom, Miss Anna M ....... 25.00 Otte, Mrs. J. A............ 25.00 Perrine, Mrs. Chas. V., M.L.L.H. 35.00 Peters, Mrs. Edward H ....... 165.00 Peters, Mrs. Edward H., M.T.S.H. 35.00 Price, Mrs. M. .H.......... 25.00 Putman. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H., M.T.S.H. ............ 50.00 Raven, Mr. A. A., Arabia..... 10.00 Reynolds, Miss Sarah B...... 762.00 Rozendal, Rev. A ........... 2.00 Ryder, Miss R. J........... 5.00 Ryley, Miss Edna .......... 5.00 Schenck, Mrs. J. N ......... 2.00 School, The Misses Masters, M.T.S.H........... 50.00 Scudder, Mrs. W. W ........ 10.00 Scudder, Mrs. John ........ 12.00

Self Denial .............. 28.00 Shaw, Mr. and Mrs., M.T.S.H__ 5.00 12.00 Scudder, Dr. Ida S........ Seidenburg, Mrs. P., M.T.S.H__ 10.00 Shepard, Mrs. FinleyJ...... 1,025.00 Shepard, Mrs. R. M. ....... 100.00 Sherwood, Mrs. H. .......... 1.00 Shuart, Mrs. Amos .......... 2.50 Shields, Dr. Lillian, M.T.S.H. .... 5.00 Siemens, Mrs. W. R., Arabia .... 20.00 Smith, Mrs. Theodore.....!.. 5.00 Smock, Mrs. C. E. B., Arabia__100.00 Snyder, Miss, M.T.S.H....... 5.00 Steele, Miss Anna D......... 5.00 Steffens, Mrs. <N. M ....... 5.00 Sumner, Miss EmilyD...... 100.00 Swick, Miss K. DeF......... 25.00 Swift, Mrs. George F., M.T.S.H.. 100.00 Taber, Miss Harriette, M.T.S.H.. 35.00 Tanis, Mrs. D., M.T.S.H...... 600.00 Tanis, Miss Ida .......... 1.00 Teninga, Mrs. Minnie ....... 350.00 Thomas, Mrs. and Miss, M.T.S.H. 5.00 ^Trustee” ............... 8.00 Van Dyk, Mrs. W m ......... 7.50 Van Dyk, Rev. John A.'s children 1.00 Van Santvoord, Miss A. T.....140.00 Van Santvoord, Miss A. T.,

M.T.S.H................300.00 Van Westenbrugge, Mrs. M .... 30.00 Vermilye, Miss Elizabeth B., M.T.S.H............... 50.00 Voorhees, Mrs. Elizabeth R... 500.00 Vosburgh, Miss N. M ....... 5.00 Waldron, The Misses ....... 30.00 Watson, Wm. Perry M.D..15.00 Weldon, Miss J. L......... 3.00. Welling, Mrs. Sarah, Arabia. 50.10 Wells, Mrs. Cornelius L...... 225.00 “Well Wisher” ............ 20.00 White. Miss Helena ........ 1.00 Woodbridge, Mrs. S. M ....... 10.00 Woodbridge, Mrs. S. M., M.T.S.H. 35.00 Zabriskie, Mrs. John L....... 25.00 Zabriskie, Miss ........... 5.00 Zwemer, Mrs. James F....... 5.00 Woman's Missionary Unions Albany, Classis of...........$27.31 Bergen, South, Classis of.... 15.81 Chicago, Classis of ......... 50.00 Chicago, Classis of, M.T.S.H.... 15.00 Dakota, Classis of ......... 30.00 Grand River, Holland and Michi­ gan, Classes of.......... 79.74 Grand River, Holland and Michi­ gan, Classes of, Arabia..... 86.70 Greene, Classis of .......... 11.00 Hudson, Classis of ......... 11.35


Iowa, Classis of ............ 30.00 Kalamazoo and Vicinity..... 25.00 Kalamazoo and Vicinity, Arabia.. 50.00 Kingston, Classis of ........ 25.00 Long Island, North Classis of.... 25.00 Long Island, South Classis ofâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; 37.03 Monmouth, Classis of ....... 17.23 Montgomery, Classis of ...... 46.00 Milwaukee, Wis............ 11.50 Newark, Classis of ......... 39.13 New Brunswick, Classis of.... 45.80 Orange, Classis of.......... 15.00 Paramus, Classis of ........ 62.31 Passaic, Classis of ......... ii.OO

Pella, Classis of .......... 40.00 Philadelphia, Classis of...... 34.30 Poughkeepsie, Classis of ...... 22.00 Raritan, Classis of ......... 49.29 Raritan, Classis of, H.G.S..... 57.14 Rensselaer, Classis of........ 15.88 Rochester, Classis of ........ 61.50 Saratoga, Classis of........ 10.53 Schenectady, Classis of ...... 72.10 Schoharie, Classis of ........ 6.88 Ulster, Classis of.......... 10.75 Westchester, Classis of... . .. 11.78 Westchester, Classis of, Arabia.. 7.52 Baby Roll ............... 214.35


RECEIPTS

May 1, 1914, 'to April 30, 1915. For General W o r k ................... $52,522.06 For Hindu Girls’ Schools .............. 2,612.02 For Mary Taber Schell Hospital Endowment. 200.00 &P* For Mary Taber Schell Hospital Support... 1,895.50 For Mary Taber Schell Hospital Building Fund 8,496.41 For Mary Lott Lyles Hospital Endowment.... 100.00 For Mary Lott Lyles Hospital Support..... 724.00 6,179.98 For Arabia ......................... For Building Fund, Boarding School at Madanapalle, India .................... 3,602.00 For Budding Fund, Normal Training School at Chittoor, India ................ 834.00 From Baby Roll .................... 214.35 From Summer Cards (Arabia $50.12) ..... 200.50 From Life Memberships .............. 600.00 From Anniversary Offering ............ 415.30 From Ladies’ Day Offering............ 81.15 From Children's Day Offering .......... 51.41 From S. S. Christmas Offering.......... 543.08 From Birthday Offering .............. 1,016.57 From Gleaner Subscriptions............ 1,103.71 From Sales, Room 10: Literature, Coronation 296.45 Pins, Rent of Costumes, etc......... From Legacy of Mary M. Langstroth..... 200.00 From Legacy of Mrs. Anton A. Raven.... 1,000.00 From Legacy of Mrs. Abbie J. Bell, Chatham, N. Y .......................... 500.00 From Legacy of Mrs. Helen C. N. Kane... 43.26 Interest on Mary Taber Schell Hospital En­ dowment ....................... 1,531.25 Interest on Mary Lott Lyles Hospital Endow­ ment ....... •.................. 211.39 Interest on Other Funds ............... 2,482.28 50.00 Interest on Delury 'Mortgage ........... Interest from^Trust Companies ......... 209.88 For Women’s Union Medical College, South India .......................... 158.00 ------$88,074.55 Miscellaneous ....................... 324.70 Insurance on Missionaries’ Outfit......... 253.55 Return from Japan of Balance of Sturges Legacy 567.69 Investing and Reinvesting of Funds...... 14,000.00 Total Receipts .................. Balance on hand April 30, 1914: In Farmers’ Loan and Trust C o ...... In Union Trust Co................

$103,220.49 $1,036.60 8,590.20 -------

9,626.80 $112,847.29


PAYMENTS

Synod’s Board of Foreign Missions ...... - $51,642.22 The Arabian Mdssion ..... ............ 6,234.60 1,500.00 Support of 'Mary Taber Schell Hbspital... Support of 'Mary Lott Lyles Hospital...... 1,000.00 Support of Dispensaries and other Medical Work ............ 520.00 For House at Amoy,China ............ 3,900.00 For Ak Sia Property at Tong An, China... 250.00 For House at Aomori,Japan ........... 1,000.00 For House Rent for Missionary at Aomori... 150.00 For Missionaries’ Outfit and Travel...... 2,004.57 For ‘Medical Attendance for Missionary... 133.47 Transfers ......... 324.70 Salaries........................... $2,728.00 Rent, Janitor and Repairs.............. 453.68 Stationery, Printing and Postage ......... 362.91 Office Expenses .................... 221.37 Travel Expenses to Conference, etc....... 294.15 Department of Young People’s Work...... 579.43 Anniversary and Birthday Expenses...... 161.50 Leaflets, Reports and other Literature........ 1,466.01 Coronation and Woman’s Board Pins ..... 165.35 Mission Gleaner .................... 1,819.53 Triennial Conference and Federation Dues... 13.00 Oriental Literature Committee .......... 25.00 ------$8,289.93 Interest on Trust Funds paid to Beneficiaries.. 256.94 Total Payments .... ................. For Mortgage, 361 West 52d St., N. Y. C ... $3,000.00 For Mortgage, 514 East 14th St., N. Y. C ... 10,000.00 For Mortgage, Broadway, Hillside and Nagle ■Aves., N. Y. C..................... 4,000.00

-------

$77,206.43 '

. 17,000.00

Balance on hand, Farmers Loan and Trust Co. $1,025.95

Balance on hand, Union Trust Co........

17,614.91 -------

* 18,640.86 $112,847.29

G ertrude D odd , Treasurer.


T H E W O M A ' N ’S BOA'RD O F F O R E I G N MISSIONS, R. C. A. Balance Sheet, April 30, 1915. ASSETS Cash on Deposit at Farmers’ Loan and Trust Co.. $1,025.95 Cash on Deposit at Union Trust Co........... 17,614.91

18,640.86

Investments:

975.00 Lackawanna Steel Co. Bond ($1,000)... . Mortgage, 166th St. and Washington Ave., .N. Y. C.......................... 40.000. 00 1,000.00 Mortgage, Albert Street, Long Island City... Mortgage, 347 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y... 5.000. 00 5.000. 00 Mortgage, 438 Water Street, N. Y. C ...... Mortgage, Ogden Ave., Bor. of Bronx, N. Y. C. 2.000.00 6,000.00 Mortgage, 309 West 137th St, N. Y. C ..... 6,000.00 Mortgage, 236 West 60th St, N. Y. C -----Mortgage, 514 EastT4th St, N. Y. C ...... 10.000. 00 Mortgage, B ’way, Nagle & Hillside Aves., Mortgage Certificate, N. Y. Investors’ Corp... Mortgage Certificate, N. Y; Investors’ Corp...

4.000.

00

1.000.

00

500.00 81,475.00 $100,115.86

LIABILITIES Charlotte W. Duryee Fund........... ;___... Ann Eliza Disborough Fund ............... Jane Ann Gopsill Fund ................... Abbie J. Bell Fund ........:............. . J. A. Gopsill Fund, Income Account.......... Mary Taber Schell Hospital Endowment Fund.... Mary Taber Schell Hospital Support Fund..... Mary Lott Lyles Hospital Endowment Fund..... Miscellaneous Trust Funds ................ General Funds, Balance................... Trust Gift ..............................

$5,000.00 2,000.00

32.500.00 500.00 414.60 32.265.00 2,695.81 4,100.00 14,614.50 1,025.95 5,000.00 $100,115.86

To the W o m a n ’s Board of Foreign Missions: The Committee appointed by the Woman’s Board of Foreign Mis­ sions, R. C. A., to examine the accounts of the Treasurer of the Board for the year ending April 30, 1915, reports that it has made an examina­ tion and audit of all books and records of the Treasurer of your Board for the period from May 1, 1914, to April 30, 1915, and submits the accompanying Balance Sheet as a result thereof. It has proved the accuracy of all of the cash deposits and disburse­ ments and verified the amounts on deposit in banks. • It has examined and accounted for all of the securities held as in­ vestments and finds the same to be correct as stated. It certifies that the attached Balance Sheet, showing all of the Assets and Liabilities, is in accord with the Treasurer’s books and records, and is in our judgment correct in every way. Respectfully submitted, W m . L. B r o w e r , Jo h n F. C h a m b e r s , Dated, New York, May 19, 1915. Auditing Committee.


MISSIONARIES SPECIALLY S U P P O R T E D Mrs. Leonard Kip............................... Special Gifts Miss Nellie Zwemer..... :.......... North Church, Newark, N.aj\ Mrs. L. R. Scudder........... Friend in North Church, Newark, N. J. Dr. Louisa H. Hart............Madison Ave. Church, Albany, N. Y. Miss Alice B. Van Doren...............First Church, Albany, N. Y. Mrs. Dirk Dykstra...................First Church, Holland, Mich. Miss Fannie Lutton... Arabian Circle, Ch. on the Heights, B â&#x20AC;&#x2122;klyn, N. Y. Miss Leona Vander Linden..............Second Church, Pella,Iowa Mrs. Stanley Mylrea................... Second Church, Pella,Iowa Miss Josephine Te Winkel............... Third Church, Pella,Iowa Mrs. James Cantine.............. Second Church, Kalamazoo, Mich. Miss Margaret Rottschaefer......... Holland Church, Paterson, N. J. Mrs. John Van Ess................... Church, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Mrs. Arthur'K. Bennett, M.D............. Church, Ridgewood, N. J. Mrs. B. W. Roy.......... Auxiliary, First Church, East Orange, N. J. Miss Jennie Pieters............... Church, East Williamson, N. Y. Miss Jennie Scardefield............Harlem Collegiate Ch., N. Y. City Miss M. K. Scudder..... Aux. Coll. Church of St. Nicholas, N. Y. City Mrs. H. R. L. Worrall...... Friend in Middle Coll. Church, N. Y. City Miss Annie E. Hancock.... Two Members, Marble Coll. Ch., N. Y. City Miss M. E. Talmage............Aux. Marble Coll. Church, N. Y. City Miss Julia Moulton............ Aux. Marble Coll. Church, N. Y. City Miss Delia M. Houghton.... Friend in Marble Coll. Church, N. Y. City Mrs. J. H. Snoke................West End Coll. Church, N. Y. City Miss Sarella Te Winkel.......................... Miss Andrews Mrs. E. S. Booth...............Auxiliary, Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Henry De Pree.......... Home Folksâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Syndicate, Zeeland, Mich. Mrs. John Scudder............................ ..... A Friend Mrs. F. J. Barney................................... A Friend Mrs. E. C. Scudder.... .......................... Miss Ditmis Miss Henrietta Wynkoop Drury............Miss Sarah B. Reynolds Miss M. Leila Winn.............................. The Children Miss Harriet M. Lansing....... Classis Schenectady, Missionary Union Miss Sara M. Couch. .Classes Saratoga and Rensselaer, Missionary Union Mrs. James A. Beattie............. Classis Albany, Missionary Union Miss Jennie M. Kuyper........... Classis Paramus, Missionary Union Miss Margaret C. Morrison..... Classis Westchester, Missionary Union Mrs. P. W. Pitcher........... Classis Poughkeepsie, Missionary Union Miss K. M. Talmage...... South Classis Long Island, Missionary Union Mrs. Henry J. Voskuil.....North Classis Long Island, Missionary Union Miss Hendrine E. Hospers............ The Young Women's Societies Miss Julia C. Scudder....... Suydam St. Church, New Brunswick, N. J. Miss Edna K. Beekman.................. Miss A. T. Van Santvoord Miss Evelyn Oltmans........... Bethany Church, Grand Rapids, Mich. Miss Janet Oltmans..........................Mrs. A. A. Teninga

- LIFE MEMBERS Miss Della Tingley. Miss Edna K. Beekman. Mrs. John Hart. Mrs. C. V. R. Gilmore. Mrs. Peter Cortelyou. Mrs. Jane Hasbrouck Mandeville. Mrs. Hannah S. Hopper. Miss Elizabeth Vanderpoel. Mrs. W. B. Walker. Mrs. Anna W. Van Zee. . Miss Anna M. Ostrom. Mrs. Abram V. C. Nevius.

1914-1915

Miss Margaret Wilhelmina Otte. Mrs. James E. Graham. Mrs. Minor Swick. Mrs. D. J. De Bey. Mrs. Isaac Lewis. Mrs. Roy Ewing Vale. Mrs. Willard Dayton Brown. Mrs. Abram Gulick. Miss Adrianna Talmage Otte. Mrs. A. DeWitt Mason. Miss Florence Veghte. Mrs. Robert W. Courtney.


SUPPORTERS

OF

HINDU

GIRLS* S C H O O L S

i -xiliary, Second Church of Poughkeepsie. .Auxiliary, First and Madison Ave. Churches of Albany. Auxiliary, Heidelberg Guild, Clinton Ave. Church, Newark, N. J. Auxiliary, High Bridge Church, New York Citv. Auxiliary, Marble Collegiate Church, New York City. Auxiliary, First Church, Brooklyn. Auxiliary, 12th St. Church, Brooklyn. Auxiliary, Church on the Heights, Brooklyn. Auxiliary, Grove Church, New Durham, N. J. Y. P. Soc., West End Collegiate, New York City. Sunday School, First, Passaic, N. J. Classes of Paramus, Passaic, Philadelphia, Raritan, Westchester. Individual Gifts.

MARY

TABER

E N D O W E D BEDS in the S C H E L L H O S PITAL, V E L L O R E , IN D I A “Western Bed.’’ Mrs. W. Bancroft Hill Bed. Mrs. William H. Story Bed. “Fisher Bed.” “Thanksgiving Bed.” The West End Collegiate Bed.

M E M O R I A L ^BEDS Mrs. William Lambert. Mrs. John M. Dodd. ** Mrs. John W. Castree. Mrs. A. L. Cushing. Miss Helen M. Dodd. Harriet Booraem Scudder. Mrs. Catherine Lott. Mrs. Henry Taylor Gray. Mrs. Anna De Witt Scudder. Dr. John Lloyd Zabriskie. Miss Edith Raven. Mrs. Samuel Sloan.

MARY

LOTT

Mrs. Louisa Hopkins Cooke. Mrs. Annie D. Scoville. Mr. Samuel Sloan. Miss Mary Isabel Allen. Rev. Charles Cuthbert Hall., D.D. Mrs. Eliza Ann Harris. Miss Mary Catherine Miller. Rev. Cornelius Low Wells, D.D. Mrs. Elizabeth Louderback Quackenbush. Miss Susan Ludlow Ferris. Mrs. Anton A. Raven.

E N D O W E D BEDS in the L Y L E S HOSPITAL, M A D A N A P A L L E , Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss

Abigail Lott Zabriskie. Mary A. Reeves Lawrence. Cordelia Van DenBergh. Clara Louise Lawrence.

INDIA


MISSIONARIES A M O Y MISSION, AMOY, CHINA Miss K. M. Talmage. Miss M. E. Talmage. Mrs. L. W. Kip. Mrs. P. W. Pitcher. *Mrs. Henry De Pree. Mrs. H. P. Boot. Mrs A. L. Warnshuis. Mrs. Edward J. Strick. Miss Nellie Zwemer. Miss iEdna K. Beekman

Miss Margaret C. Morrison. Miss Lily N. Duryee. Miss Katharine R. Green. Miss Leona Vander Linden *Miss Bessie Ogsbury. Miss Maude <Norling. Mrs. Henry John Voskuil. *Mrs. J. H. Snoke. Miss Wilhelmina Murman.

ARCOT MISSION, INDIA ♦Miss Julia C. Scudder. Mrs. L. R. Scudder, Ranipettai. Mrs. J. H. Wyckoff, Vellore. ♦Mrs. J. A. Beattie, Chittoor. Miss M. K. Scudder, Ranipettai. ♦Df. Louisa H. Hart, Madanapalle. Mrs. E. C. Scudder, Vellore. Mrs. W. H. Farrar, Katpadi. Mrs. B. W. Roy, Ranipettai. ♦Mrs. John Scudder, Vellore. ♦Dr. Ida S. Scudder, Vellore. Miss Annie E. Hancock, Vellore. Miss Delia M. Houghton, Vellore. Miss Henrietta Wynkoop Drury, Madanapalle.

Mrs. Bernard Rottschaefer, Madanapalle. Miss Josephine V. Te Winkel Madanapalle. Miss Sara Te Winkel, Chittoor. Mrs. Henry Honegger, Ranipettai. Miss Margaret Rottschaefer, Ami. Mrs. Walter T. Scudder, M.D., Tindivanam. Miss Alice B. Van Doren, Ranipettai. Dr. Lilian Cook, Madanapalle. Dr. Hilda M. Pollard, Vellore.

NORTH JAPAN MISSION Mrs. E. S. Booth ♦Miss Julia Moulton 178 Bluff Miss Jennie M. Kuyper Yokohama. Miss May B. Demarest Miss Florence E. Dick Miss C. Janet Oltmans, Tokyo. Miss Evelyn Oltmans, Tokyo.

Mrs. M. N. Wyckoff, Matsumoto. Miss M. Leila Winn, Aomori. Mrs. D. C. Ruigh, Tokyo. Mrs. L. J. Shafer, Morioka. ♦Mrs. W. E. Hoffsommer, Tokyo. Mrs. Albert Oltmans, Tokyo.

SOUTH JAPAN MISSION Miss Sara M. Couch, Nagasaki. ♦Mrs. W. G. Hoekje, Nagasaki. Miss Jennie A. Pieters, Shimonoseki. Miss Jeanne iNoordhoff, Shimonoseki. Miss Hendrine E. Hospers, Kagoshima.

Miss Harriet M. Lansing, Kagoshima. Mrs. H. V. S. Peeke, Saga. Mrs. Albertus Pieters, Oita. Mrs. Anthony Walvoord, Nagasaki. Mrs. S. J. Ryder,

ARABIAN MISSION ♦Mrs. James Cantine, Busrah. Mrs. John Van Ess, Busrah. Mrs. S. M. Zwemer, Cairo, Egypt. Mrs. C. Stanley G. Mylrea, Kuweit. ♦Mrs. F. J. Barny, Maskat. Mrs. A. K. Bennett, M.D., Busrah. Miss Fanny Lutton, Maskat ♦Mrs. E. E. Calverley, M.D., Kuweit. Mrs. Dirk Dykstra. Miss J. A. Scardefield, Bahrein Mrs. H. G. Van Vlack, Busrah. Mrs. G. D. Van Peursem, Bahrein. ♦Mrs. H. R. L. Worrall, M.D., Miss Sarah L. Hosmon, M.D. Busrah. Miss Gertrud Schafheitlin, Bahrein. Miss Minnie C. Holzhauser, Busrah. ♦On furlough. .


UNDER APPOINTMENT To the Arcot Mission.............. Miss Charlotte C. Wyckoff. AMOY

Went out. Mrs. Helen C. Kip 1865 Miss Mary E. Talmage 1874 Miss K. M. Talmage 1874 Miss Nellie Zwemer 1891 Miss Margaret C. Morrison 1892 Miss Lily N. Duryee 1894 Miss Katharine R. Green 1907 Mrs. Henry J. Voskuil ' 1908 Miss Leona Van der Linden 1909 Miss Bessie M. Ogsbury 1910 Miss Maude Norling 1912 Miss Edna K. Beekman 1914 INDIA Mrs. John Scudder Miss Julia C Scudder Miss M. K. Scudder Mrs. L. R. Scudder Mrs. James A. Beattie Dr. Louisa H. Hart Dr. Ida S. Scudder Miss Annie E. Hancock Miss Alice B. Van Doren Miss Henrietta Wynkoop Drury Miss Delia M. Houghton Miss Margaret Rottschaefer Miss Josephine V. TeWinkel Miss Sarella TeWinkel Dr. Lilian Cook Dr. Hilda M. Pollard

1861 1879 1884 1888 1892 1895 1899 1899 1902 1906 1908 1909 1909 1909 1913 1913

JAPAN Mrs. E. S. Booth Mrs. M. N. Wyckoff Miss M. Leila Winn Miss Julia Moulton . Miss Jennie M. Kuyper Miss May B. Demarest Miss Florence E. Dick Miss C. Janet Oltmans Miss Evelyn Oltmans

1879 1881 1882 1889 1905 1912 1912 1914 1914

SOUTH JAPAN Miss Sara M. Couch Miss Harriet M. Lansing * Miss Jennie A. Pieters Miss Jeane iNoordhoff Miss Hendrine E. Hospers

1892 1893 1904 1911 1913


CONSTITUTION A rticle 1. The Association shall be called the "Woman’ s Board of Koreign Missions of the Reformed Church in America,” and its central point of operation shall be in the City of New York. A rt. 2. Its object shall be to extend and promote the work of Foreiga Missions among the women and children of heathen lands; and to receive and disburseallmoney contributed to thisSociety. To the further­ ance of this end, itshall also endeavor to organize similar organizations in all Reformed Churches, and these Associations shall bear the name of AuxiHary Societies to the Woman’s Board of Foreign Missions of the Reformed Church in America, and shall report their work to this Board at such times as the By-Laws may direct. A rt. 3. Any person paying one dollar annually, through an auxil­ iary, or directly to the treasurer, shall become a-member of this Associa­ tion. The payment of twenty-five dollars by one person at one time shall constitute a Life Membership. A rt. 4. The business of the Board shall be conducted by thirty Managers, each of whom shall be a member of‘an auxiliary society. They shall be elected annually by the members of the Board who may he present at the annual meeting and shall organize on the first Tuesday aftertheir election, by selecting from their number a president, two vice­ presidents, a recording secretary, two or more corresponding secretaries and a treasurer, and such other officers as may be deemed necessary. Ihey shall have the power to elect twelve or more honorary vice-presi­ dents, and to appoint corresponding members when the object of the Board can be promoted thereby; they shall also have authority to fill vacancies occurring in their body during the year. A rt. 5. There shall be an Executive Committee composed of the officers and two other Managers to be elected annually. The Editor of the Gleaner, or of any other publication issued by the Board shall also be, ex-offtcio, a member of Executive Committee. The Committee shall have power to transact such business as may require attention in the intervals between the stated meetings of the Managers. Five members shall constitute a quorum. A rt. 6. The annual meeting of the Board shall be held on the second Tuesday in May, at which time the Managers shall report to the Associa­ tion the operations, the conditions and prospects thereof, and an election shall be made of Managers for the ensuing year. A rt. 7. A special meeting of the Board may be called at any time by the President upon the request of the Managers. A rt. 8. This Constitution may be altered at any regular meeting of the Board, by a vote of two-thirds of the members present, notice of the intended alteration having been given at a previous meeting.


CONSTITUTION FOR AUXILIARIES OF T H E R E F O R M E D C H U R C H IN AMERICA The following Constitution is recommended for adoption. It can be modified and adapted to the circumstances of different localities. A rticle 1. The Society shall be called ------ of the Woman's Board of Foreign Missions of the Reformed Church in America. A rt. 2. Its object shall be to aid the Board in sending out and maintaining Female Missionaries, Bible-Readers and Teachers, who shall work among heathen women and children. A rt. 3. Any person may become a member of this Society by the payment of ------ annually. A rt. 4. The officers of this Society shall be a President, Secretary and Treasurer, who shall be elected annually. A rt. 5. The duty of these officers shall be as follows:

The President shall preside at all meetings, and have a general over­ sight of the work of the Society. The Secretary shall give notice of meetings, shall record the minutes of each session, and shall prepare the Annual Report. It shall also be her duty to transmit to the Woman’s Board the names of the officers of this Auxiliary, a report of its proceedings and condition, whenever neces­ sary, and the Annual Report with that of the Treasurer. The Treasurer shall report the state of the treasury at every meet­ ing, and shall remit the funds obtained, at least once a year, on or before the tenth day of April, to the Treasurer of the Woman’s Board. A rt. 6. This Society shall hold regular meetings on the ------ , and an annual meeting on the------ ,to receive and adopt the Annual Report and to elect officers.


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31 womans board of foreign missions rca 1915