«Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest
L. xxxvn SOUTH LANCASTER, MASS., OCTOBER 19, 1938 No. 41
HOSPITAL DAY AWARD WINNERS RECEIVE TROPHIES
Left to Right: Albert G. Hahn, Deaconess Hospital, Evanston, Ind. (Chairman of National Hos-
pital Day Committee of American Hospital Association); A. C. Larson, business manager of
Paradise Valley Sanitarium, National City, Cal.; Miss Helen N. Rice, director of School of
Nursing, Paradise Valley Sanitarium; Ernest L. Place, business manager. New England Sani-
tarium, Stoneham, Mass.; Dr. C. E. Nelson, medical director of Paradise Valley Sanitarium;
lames A. Hamilton, superintendent of Cleveland City Hospital, Cleveland, O , and I. H.
Schriever, representing Parke, Davis & Co., donors of the cups and plaques.
program each year and a shield is vited to visit us and view the trophies.
NEW ENGLAND SANITARIUM placed upon the base of the cup giving While we were pressed very closely
_____AND HOSPITAL_____ the year and name of the hospital this year in the award, yet we at the
which won it. The cup must be won sanitarium have pledged our best efforts
New England Sanitarium three consecutive years by one hospital to retain the cup another year and
Wins Cup Again in order for that hospital to gain per- thus gain permanent possession of it.
manent possession of it. The plaque P. R. CONE, Chairman,
LATE one night, after the Governor's goes to the winning hospital, which can
Session of the American Hospital Con- National Hospital Day Committee.
keep it regardless of whether it is ———o———
vention in Dallas, Texas, a telegram won the next year or not.
came from Brother Place, business man- Sanitarium News Notes
ager of the sanitarium who was attend- At the Goverrioj's Session, Brother
Place, and Dr. Walton of the Gen- DR. AND MRS. W. A. RUBLE left on
ing the convention as our representative, Monday, October 10, for a vacation
which contained this message: eral Conference, sat down front await-
ing the zero hour when the Hospital trip. They plan to visit relatives in
"We won cup again. Also first hon- Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, after which
orable mention in program. Congratu- Day winners were to be announced.
At last the time came when Albert G. they will attend the Fall Council at
lations." Battle Creek, Michigan. Dr. Ruble
Hahn, the Hospital Day Committee
He sent the details immediately by chairman, gave the names of the win- expects to be present at the meetings
air mail so that we might pass on the ners. Cleveland City Hospital won the of the International Medical Institute
good news to our sanitarium family best program award for the large class at Philadelphia. Dr. A. M. Bond is
and to those in the Atlantic Union hospitals and the New England Sani- acting Medical Director during Dr.
who so loyally supported the sanitarium tarium was runner-up on the program Ruble's absence.
in its work. Those of you who came award. In other words, we were first Mrs. Edith F. Strand, Superintend-
great distances on a very rainy day in honorable mention for hospitals in ent of Nurses, Miss A. Sloane, Super-
to attend the Hospital Day at the cities over 15,000 population. The best visor of Instruction, Mrs. Ruth
sanitarium had a part in this success. program award for cities under 15,000 Deininger, Physical Director and
Just a word of explanation in regard population went to Paradise Valley San- Occupational Therapist, and Miss
to the awards so that you may under- itarium, one of our institutions in Cal- Doris Thompson are attending eve-
stand just where the New England ifornia. ning classes at Boston University on
Sanitarium stands in the picture. the subject "Current Trends in Amer-
Then Mr. Schriever, the Parke, Da-
The 7,500 hospitals of the United ican Nursing."
vis & Co. representative, was called
States and Canada are divided into We are very happy to welcome Miss
upon to announce the publicity trophy
two main classes: hospitals in cities of Dorothy Sampson, of Washington,
winners. He began by saying that he
over 15,000 population, and hospitals D. C., who has recently joined our staff
didn't know whether he was glad or
in cities of under 15,000 population. as medical supervisor. Miss Sampson
not to announce the first winner, and
The sanitarium is classed among hos- has received a bachelor of arts degree
. right away Brother Place knew that
pitals of the large class because of the as well as a B. S. in nursing educa-
we had won again because it be^an
fact that we are located in the densely tion.
to look as though Parke, Davis & Co.
populated Boston area; therefore our
would have to furnish another cup if Miss Mildred Morgan recently com-
competition for the Hospital Day
we succeed in keeping it one more menced her three months' affiliation
awards is with all the big hospitals
year. Mr. Schriever said, "The winner in pediatrics at the Children's Hospital,
of the United States and Canada.
for the second consecutive year is the Portland, Maine.
There are two awards for Hospital New England Sanitarium and Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. G.
Day given to each class of hospitals,— Stoneham, Mass." That was for cities Schmidt, of Schenectady, New York,
one is for the best program on National of over 15,000 population. Paradise Val-
Hospital Day, and the other is for ( Concluded on page 6)
ley Sanitarium was the winner of the
the best publicity program for National publicity trophy for cities under 15,000
Hospital Day. The program award is population. ATLANTIC UNION GLEANER
a document with the American Hos- Published weekly except one week in July and
Brother Place said that he wasn't one week in December by
pital Association seal, as can be seen
quite so surprised this year and man- ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE
just in front of Brother Place in the
aged to make a little speech before the OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS
picture. Then those who ran close to AT
receiving the best program award fol- convention delegates. Last year, he was
South Lancaster, Massachusetts, U. S. A.
low in order of their standing by first so surprised that he just wasn't able Subscription Price, Fifty cents o Year
honorable mention, second, etc. The to think of a speech. Dr. Walton was EVA M. LINSCOTT EDITOR
publicity award has been presented to overjoyed that two Seventh-day Ad- Entered at South Lancaster, Mass., as
ventist institutions had walked away second-class matter. Acceptance for mailing
the American Hospital Association by at a special ra.te of posiase provided for in
Parke, Davis & Co., the largest drug with the honors and awards at the section 1103, Act of Oct. 3, 1917, authorized
convention. Feb. 20, 1919.________________________
manufacturers in the world, and con-
The GLEANER is sent to persons outside the
sists of a large silver loving cup and a The cup and two plaques, one plaque Atlantic Union only upon receipt of the sub-
gold plaque. The cup is awarded to for 1937 and one for 1938, will be on scription price.
the hospital having the best publicity display in our main lobby. You are in-
Page Two Atlantic Union Gleaner
Our Children's Health that they be supplied not only with the message, may we suggest that you
good food in the home, but also with make one more attempt this coming
Another Item oi Health Reform plenty of pure air in the schoolroom. holiday season? Such a gift will be
No. 3 Weak lungs, feeble constitutions, con- appreciated and it cannot fail to win—
E. A. vonPohle sumptives, little power to resist disease, in the end.
are the fruits of poorly ventilated school- Do not overlook this fact: We now
JUST a few words at this time to rooms. have scores of books written primarily,
those who have the health of children The health of the future men and and some altogether, for Seventh-day
under their control, on the subject of women is hanging in the balance. Let Adventists. They have been written by
Schoolroom Ventilation. us not forget to be health reformers. men of spiritual strength and divine
Much has been said about sleeping inspiration. These printed messages
with windows open and deep breathing SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND would do much to prepare and strength-
for all, and especially for growing J. D. SMITH, President en men and women, already members
.7. E. OSTBRBLOM, Sec.-Treas.
children. I want to ask a question. Telephone, Clinton 255 of our churches, for the coming of the
What good does deep breathing do South Lancaster Massachusetts
Lord. They will deepen the experi-
our school children who are kept in ence, widen the vision, and increase the
a small, overcrowded, improperly ven- College Ingathering Campaign devotion of those who read. Very few-
tilated schoolroom for six hours a day? Larger Amount Reached in Less Time give to books their rightful place in
I have stepped into schoolroom after Than Ever Before their lives. Try to imagine what this
schoolroom and found the air un- HATS off to the faculty and students world would be without a single book
bearable! Again, I call the attention of Atlantic Union College for the quick, of any kind; then you will begin to
of our church officers to a great need efficient Ingathering effort. With two realize the important place they occupy.
of health reform. See that your church field days, Thursdays, October 6, 13, To list the available titles would
schoolrooms are not overcrowded. There and evenings between with a few require more space than we have here.
should be approximately twenty square groups each day between the two reg- About two weeks ago a letter was
feet of floor space for each pupil. The ular all-school field days, the bands sent to every family describing a few
ceiling of the room should be about enthusiastically rang in, during chapel of the late books and outlining a plan
twelve feet from the floor, giving at of October 14, over $2,400 on their whereby they might be purchased in
least 225 cubic feet of air for each $2,000 goal — a larger sum in less an easy, convenient manner. Some have
pupil. time than ever before. asked about the book scrolls mentioned
Then there should be some sure It would have done you good to in this letter. They are really book
means of proper and sufficient ventila- attend that victory meeting and get a ends suitable for the livingroom or
tion. The ruling principle is that the glimpse of the school missionary spirit. library table, and are available in vari-
foul air should be removed at the If it were possible, we should like ous attractive styles and colors. The
floor line of the room, and that the to bundle up a package of their over- chromium plated scroll will hold one
fresh air should be introduced without flow enthusiasm and mail it to those book perfectly firm or expand to hold
producing a cold draft upon the pupils. churches that are still lagging after several volumes. Only a few are left and
Ventilating systems should be put in twelve weeks' service. Yes, there is these will be given, as long as they last,
new buildings while they are being strength in union of action. Again we with each set of books as described in
constructed. In old buildings, poor ven- say, hats off to the college for the the letter.
tilation can be helped by properly jack- quick, energetic, and successful cam- In the sale of our books for children
eting stoves and putting simple ventilat- paign and we sincerely hope that other to the general public, Christmas also
ing shields in the lower parts of the units in the conference will mobilize provides a golden opportunity. Several
window casing and then raising the for a speedy finish. new volumes are available for this
lower sash a few inches. GEORGE BUTLER, H. M. Sec. work and convenient carrying cases
It would be well if the windows were have been made up. Write us for
opened wide for a few minutes several details. Make this Christmas one of
times each day. Especial care should be Christmas—An Opportunity opportunity.
taken if unvented gas stoves are used FROM the time these lines are written R. S. BLACKBURN,
for heating, as monoxide gas thrown until Christmas, there are exactly sev- B. &• B. House Sec.
into the room has little odor and the enty-two days. When you read them
air 'is vitiated and unhealthful before there will be several less. The time is
any one realizes it. here when our plans should be made Colporteur Rally
One definition of good health is, definite to avoid the annoyance and A COLPORTEUR rally was recently held
"Pure blood flowing through a healthy confusion of that hectic last-minute in Hartford, Conn. Among those pres-
organism." There are three things that rush. ent were: J. F. Kent, union field sec-
make good blood,—what we eat, what The Christmas and New Year sea- retary, I. M. Evans, local field secretary,
we drink, and what we breathe. A son is the most opportune and appro- J. D. Smith, president of the confer-
vitiated air supply means vitiated blood, priate time of the whole year for the ence, and R. S. Blackburn, Book and
just as much as unhealthful food means purchase and the giving of our message- Bible House secretary. The rally was
?n unhealthful state of the system. It filled books. If you have friends whose in session four days, and a most profit-
is essential to the health of our children hearts have never been reached by able and enjoyable time was had by
Atlantic Union Gleaner Page Three
colporteurs, laymen, and the visiting of interest to our M. V. Societies'. Your "The Sabbath school work is im-
brethren. society should be represented. portant, and all who are interested in
Plans were laid for a heavier pro- All our Upstate officers who can the truth should endeavor to make it
gram in the literature ministry. A attend are urgently invited. Let our prosperous." —"Testimonies" Vol. V,
symposium was presented by the col- colored societies take special notice to p. 127.
porteurs from different parts of the send a representation of officers. Our Beginning in November, Elder Boh-
field, which was an inspiration to the foreign youth, please take part for we ner will hold numerous Sabbath school
lay members present as well as those have excellent plans for all and a conventions at various strategic points
engaged in the magazine and book council at this time is most important. of the conference.
We expect to feature new hobbies, Our tithe income has kept up re-
Further plans are being made to have
nature clubs, Junior Audubon Clubs, markably well through the year, but
other rallies in the various cities in
M. V. Dorcas groups, Progressive last month the records reveal a most
Southern New England, as much bene-
Classes, Week of Prayer, and the serious and alarming slip of $1,100.
fit is derived from them by the col-
winter's missionary work plans. No More tithe will mean more souls won
porteurs and all who attend the meet-
aggressive M. V. Society can afford to to the truth in our own conference and
miss this council. Let's have a profit- will enable us to carry a still stronger
able and delightful time together. work.
GREATER NEW YORK Bring any young people especially
W. A. NELSON, President "All should remember that God's
J. B. FRANK. Seo.-Treaa. interested. claims upon us underlie every other
Telephone, Ixmgacre 6-7Z68
1501 Broadway New York, N. Y. Reach the Academy by the Eighth claim. . . . Just in proportion as God
Avenue Subway, Fulton St., Line. has given His property to man, so man
It's Here Again The station is "Clinton-Washington." is to return to God a faithful tithe of
LOUISE C. KLEUSER. all his substance. This distinct arrange-
A BRAND new "Home Worker's Case"
ment was made by Jesus Christ Him-
of attractive "Holiday Gift Books."
NEW YORK CONFERENCE self." —Id., Vol. VI, p. 384.
A few years ago many hundreds of W. II. HOWARD, President "Will a man rob God?" If all were
our people all over the country took a C. II. GERALD, Sec.-Treas.
Telephone 35 faithful in this matter this deficit
case of these books just before the Union Springs New York
would be wiped out.
holidays, visited their neighbors and
friends and suggested that they buy The enrollment at Union Springs
Random News Notes Academy is one hundred seventeen,
them as gifts for friends and loved
ones. We are appealing to every one
From the Field and one's heart swells with pardonable
who can spare a few hours a day or THE workers of the New York Con- pride at the fine appearance of these
week to take advantage of this op- ference are anxious to get fall efforts young folk representing the flower of
portunity. If you sell just $25 worth started, and hope to have the Ingather- the conference. We have a good school,
of these gift books you will not only ing reach the point in the near future a better faculty, and the best school
have $12.50 profit, but we will give you where the churches can finish the goals spirit in years. The Lord is very evi-
FREE the attractive little brown "aero" without heavy demands upon the time dently blessing in each department. We
type carrying case whether you resell and energy of the ministers. Many of invite our people to pray for the con-
the books, keep them for yourself, or our members, including some church tinued success of the academy in par-
give them away. officers who most surely ought to lead ticular, and for our educational program
Full information will be furnished out in this matter, have not had a in general. Our youth are the heritage
you at the Greater New York Book major denominational endeavor. Shall of the Lord.
Society, 1501 Broadway, New York we not make October "Victory Month" Elder Fleming is striving to strength-
City or by writing to the field mission- and finish our task quickly, remember- en the colporteur work in our field,
ary secretary, same address. ing that no amount of labor in other with strong evidences that his efforts
R. G. CAMPBELL, F. M. Sec. lines of work, no matter how important, are being crowned with success. The
can take the place of activity in the older and more experienced literature
Harvest Ingathering work. evangelists are taking on an added lease
M. V. Officers Take Notice of life and promising new recruits are
The Sabbath schools are making ex-
SUNDAY, October 23, at Greater cellent progress under very efficient taking up this important work. Those
New York Academy, 484 Washington leadership on the part of the district having any talent for this very im-
Ave., Brooklyn, there will be a meet- superintendents and the loyal corps of portant work surely ought to enlist in
ing and council for all M. V. officers, Sabbath school officials. The objectives the colporteur army. "The canvassing
Master Comrades and prospective of the department are worthy of the work is more important than many
Master Comrades. The time for the whole-hearted support of each believer: have regarded it, and as much care and
gathering is three o'clock. We shall be 1. Every member of the church a wisdom must be used in selecting the
busy for two hours. member of the Sabbath school. workers as in selecting men for the
We urge all M. V. leaders and as- 2. Present and on time. ministry." —"Testimonies," Vol. V, p.
sistants, secretaries and assistants and 3. Daily study of the lesson. 405. God calls for the best.
band leaders to plan for this council. 4. Personal work for each student. Substantial membership gains are ex-
Important problems will be discussed 5. Liberal offerings to missions. pected in every district of the confer-
Page Four Atlantic Union Gleaner
HARVEST INGATHERING PROGRESS
"Forward in Faith"
Goal Raised to Date Per Cap. to Date
Greater New York ..____.„.._.._.._.. $34,000.00 $22,604 $6.26
New York .._........___...„_._.„..._... 25,000.00 16,620 5.73
Northern New England ._......__„ 13,000.00 8,055 4.92
Southern New England „ _ _ 40,000.00 26,282 6.42
Bermuda ._„_______„___________„__._ 1,600.00 1,525 9.59
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It isn't the "half-way" mark that shows Keep Climbing! No matter how bitter the pace
How the climbers are coming in; There's hope for the climber who tries;
For the leaders may fail, but no one knows Keep Climbing! No matter how backward your place,
Who is finally going to win. You still have a chance at the prize!
It's the power of "sticking" — at any cost, It's the "Finish" that tells how the race is run!
That measures the winner's class; It's the spurt at the end of the grind;
It's his nerve — when the race seems almost lost; And many a worth-while prize is won,
It's the grit and the sand he has! By the "Stayer" who comes from behind.
ence inasmuch as, in the final analysis, The following new graduates took In 1906, following her bap ism, Elder
this is the real measure of success in the State Board examinations in Wheeler asked her to become a Bible worker
assistant for him during his summer tent
the work of God. Indications point to Boston this week: Mildred Milkovic, effort, which she did. Elder Wheeler was also
encouraging gains as we enter the Gertrude Baldwin, Dorothy Gary, assisted by a young ministerial candidate at
last quarter of 1938. Ministers, lay Edith Kreuder, Lilly Wilson, Helen that time. He was E.lgar A. vonPohle, and it
preachers, local elders, church and Sab Harvey, Bernice Lawrie, Dorotha was while working together with Elder
Wheeler that he became acquainted with the
bath school officials, and members in Perkins, Lois Bacon, and Nina Wright. rare qualities of mind and spirit of the woman
general have contributed to the fine who was to become a lifelong blessing to him.
additions already made. Consecrated During the winters she continued to teach
activity along home missionary lines OBITUARY NOTICES the public school of her home town, until in
on the part of every man, woman, 1907 she came to South Lancaster in order to
improve her knowledge of the B.ble. She was
and child in our conference territory, graduated from the Biblical-Academic course
will result in quickly finishing the in 1908. During that year she made a great
work of God in the New York Con many new friends, and helped in many ways
ference. Mere tall^ of spiritual matters to serve the interest of the school. She was
one of the editors of the new school paper,
will not suffice. "Faith without works the Student Idea, which was started that year.
is dead." W. H. HOWARD. The year following she was married to
Edgar A. vonPohle, and began with him the
years of study and teaching and the busy
activities of a housewife and mother. She
Young People, Attention managed continually to improve her own
OUR large semiannual youth's education from year to year, taking courses
gathering for the Buffalo, Lockport, in whatever college or university was near
her home, until she completed her degree-of
and Rochester Districts will be held bachelor of arts. Her work was always done
at Albion, N. Y., in the American so efficiently that she could give her home the
Legion Hall on East Park and Platt best of attention, even white doing so much
Streets, Sabbath, October 29, from work for others outside of it. Always she
stood loyally by her husband's side, helping
3 p. M. to 10 p. M. We are reasonably him in all his problems, supplementing his
sure to have General Conference help activities in every direction whether in pastoral,
again for this meeting, and I hope that teaching, office, or field work. Every one who
all of our senior young people from met her, from the humblest to the greatest,
was impressed with her quality and impelled
eighteen years upward can join us. to love and respect her.
The afternoon will be given over The two sons who were so fortunate in
to discussion of our young people's having her for their mother, Clinton L. and
problems and also a message by the Kenneth C. vonPohle, have justified her belief
in them, her careful training of them, her
guest speaker, which will be especially Mabel Lucas vonPohle ideals for them of integrity and unselfish
for the young people. devotion to duty. One is serving in the West
The evening will be a social one and Mabel Lillian Lucas was born on Jersey Indian Training College as a teacher and
we urge all of our young people from Island, in the English Channel, and came as trainer of young minds; the other, having
a small child with her parents to Canada, completed the course of study for a physician,
the districts mentioned to be present. where she lived for a short time. Soon the is beginning his internship in Pawtucket,
We welcome any that are interested family moved to Wisconsin to settle, and R. I.
in young people's work. A special there she grew up and was educated in the Besides hundreds of sorrowing friends
invitation is extended to our isolated public school, high school and tc :chers' train who mourn the untimely passing of one so
ing courses. Such was her ability that she- beloved and so much needed in this world,
young people in -these sections. We had completed all of this work and had Mabel vonPohle leaves three sisters and a
have had some very fine meetings become a public school teacher at seventeen brother who will miss her sadly. Of the un
together, and I am sure you will not years of age. Not long afterwards, when her speakable loss of her husband and sons,
be disappointed this time. We hope family moved to Sheldonville, Mass., and nothing adequate can be said.
bought a homestead there, she taught the Her last illness came on gradually, over a
our three district pastors will join us pubUc school of that place ior three or four period of two or three years, reaching its
also. A. F. RUF, Ed. and M. V. Sec. years. climax this summer. An operation designed to
It was while on a vacation trip to Evcrett alleviate her condition was not successful.
to visit an older sister that she chanced to During all the weeks of suffering she endured
Sanitarium News Notes attend a meeting held by Elder Lee S. before the end came, she showed the same
(Concluded from page 2) Wheeler. His subject was the Sabbath question. remarkable fortitude, self-abnegation, and
It was ably presented, and to a mind as thoughtfulness for others that had marked her
are visiting their son, E. Lucas, who logical and clear thinking as hers, and to a life. She passed away quietly at five o'clock
is a senior student nurse. heart and soul so unworldly and conscien Sabbath afternoon, October 8, 1938. She will
Mrs. Leonard Carruthers, of Syra tious, the conclusion was inevitable; she saw rest in the little home cemetery at Sheldonville,
Elder Wheeler again upon her return Mass. "She rests from her labors, and her
cuse, New York, is enjoying rest and from a further vacation trip, bought certain works do follow her."
treatment in our sanitarium. Mrs. books and papers from him, listened to his The funeral service was conducted in the.
Carruthers is the mother of Roderick explanations of our truth, then went away South Lancaster church. Words of comfort
Carruthers, senior medical student at to think and read and ponder all these things were spoken by Elder W. H. Heckman, who
in her heart. A year or so later, about 1904, based his remarks on 1 Thess. 4:13. Elder
Loma Linda and husband of Martha she was baptized by Elder Wheeler and L. H. Hartin, President G. Eric Jones, and the
Jane Ruble, daughter of our medical joined the church she has served so loyally writer assisted in the service.
director, Dr. W. A. Ruble. ever since. C. L. TAYLOR.
Page Six Atlantic Union Gleaner
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND
OUR LITERATURE EVANGELISTS C. M. BUNKER, President
L. E. ALDRICH, Sec.-Treas.
"In every house, they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus Christ." Actt 5:42 Telephone 840
55 So. Main St. Rochester, N. H.
I. F. Kent. F. M. Secretary
Week Ending October 8. 1938 Which Shall It Be?
THE Lord is pouring out His Spirit
GREATER NEW YORK SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND in the closing work of the "gospel of
R. G. Campbell, F. M. Sec. I. M. Evans, F. M. Sec.
Bk. Hrs. Vol. Del. Felix Elicerio PP 40 107 25 27 25 the kingdom." On every hand interest
O. Dunn HP 49 67 25 26 40 Joseph Jarry GC 36 39 50 1 50 ed persons are being found who will
Y. Wimberly GC 44 54 50 18 25 Donald Kenyon -FC 36 28 25 63 00 respond to the efforts that should be
B. Penn PP 43 26 50 6 05 Dale Johnson HP 35 29 20 23 20 put forth to save them.
J. Douglas MH 41 8 45 7 25 C. H. Walters BR 31 26 50 4 00
W. H. Gray HP 29 1 50 73 20 At the same time the Harvest In
B. Wood PP 38 9 10 7 50
S. Palmer GC 38 8 00 2 75 Samuel Lombard OD 24 28 75 gathering is yet unfinished. Every
S. Simons GC 35 57 95 5 70 Harvey Huggins HR 8 00 minister is faced with two positive
D. Hammond HP 33 12 80 6 80 Magazine Workers facts. First, his time will permit only
W. Gaskin PP 33 4 00 50 Mrs. Edith Waters Mag 32 31 70 31 70
Celina Germaine Mag 30 16 50 16 50 so much work. Second, his travel
L. Collins GC 30 5 35 2 75
C. Sprott GC 29 27 55 13 90 Mrs. W. C. Knight Mag 27 17 00 17 00 allowance will permit only so much
R. Robinson GC 29 10 05 24 00 *Dorothe Jenkins Mag 26 23 45 23 45 travel.
A. Robinson GC 27 15 20 1 95 Gertrude White Mag 25 18 55 18 55 If he spends all his time and travel
E. Hughes GC 26 13 60 9 85 **Mrs. R. Mathewson
Mag 24 25 20 25 20 allowance in the Harvest Ingathering,
A. Livingston GC 16 5'75 4 00
E. Downing BR 14 3 25 20 75 Mrs. May Briggs Mag 21 32 00 32 00 he positively cannot minister to the
S. Joseph BR 12 16 00 4 55 Dorothe Jenkins Mag 16 24 30 24 30 souls longing for the last message of
E. Mitlehner GC 11 5 50 5 40 *Bertha McLain Mag 60 60 God to a perishing world.
B. Shepard GC 9 10 7 85 Mrs. Roode Mag 50 50 Which shall it be, dear people?
L. Preston BR 4 8 40 12 00 Mrs. R. Mathewson Mag 2 1 50 1 50
S. Tate Misc 4 1 25 1 25 17 Colporteurs 434 452 25 391 45
Your answer will be indicated by the
J. Golson GC 4 25 5 85 *Week ending September 30 response you give to the General, Union,
Magazine Workers **Week ending September 17 and local conference appeals to finish
F. Atwood Mag 38 13 70 13 70 NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND quickly the Harvest Ingathering.
D. Western Mag 25 8 30 8 30 A. M. Bamhardt, F. M. Sec. Souls are in the balance. Will you
Br. & Sr. Murray Mag 20 28 10 28 10 H. Carl Currie FC 42 125 25
*N. Epperson Mag 17 15 95 15 95 Melvin Johnson FC 42 112 25 permit the ministry to go to their
M. French Mag 17 6 85 6 85 H. & P. Woodward FC 60 106 43 rescue, by rising up as one man and
E. Roberts Mag 13 1 50 1 50 Vera I. Putney 20 19 70 quickly finishing the Harvest Ingather
**M. Cozzens Mag 12 5 90 5 90 Mrs. Alfred Carpi GS 7 8 80 ing? Which shall it be?
F. Fabian Mag 8 4 20 4 20 Persis Glidden LH 31 18 40 18 40
G. Chapman Mag 8 2 05 2 05 202 27 20 382 03
H. R. ROLFE.
V-. Paul Mag 4 2 20 2 20 Totals Hrs. Value Del.
***E. Richardson Mag 23 00 23 00 77 Colporteurs 1613 1143 00 1318 88 Petition
E. Paulien Mag____4 30 4 30
GIVE me the gift of laughter, oh, I pray,
34 Colporteurs 731 476 85 311 35 ADVERTISEMENTS Though tears should hover near,
'Report for two weeks Please send all advertisements, accompanied
**Report for three weeks by cash, to the local conference office to be Give me the gift of laughter for each
***Rcport for one month approved by the president or secretary-treas day —
urer, after which the advertisements will be
NEW YORK forwarded to the Gleaner office, if approved. Laughter to cast out fear.
The rate is two cents a word, with a minimum
W. D. Fleming, F. M. Sec. charge of fifty cents for each insertion. With hope to greet the coming of each
Earl Milliard BR 38 18 40 17 95 dawn,
H. J. H. Albright Misc 37 11 60 11 10
L. D. Dryer GC 34 24 00 65 90
HONEY is a healthful food. We supply And faith that never dies,
all kinds. Special Amber: One 60 Ib. can Give me the gift of laughter, oh, I
H. L. Shirey Misc 30 16 00 12 00 f3.50; two 60 Ib. cans $6.60. Ask our prices
Emma Hicks BR 16 4 75 on cans and pails. Soy Flour, Gluten Flour, pray —
A. R. Evans Misc 10 19 80 40 Fine Yellow Corn Meal, Cocoanut Fat, Olive Laughter instead of sighs.
Richard Barker FC 6 6 20 Oil, best produced. Dates, Figs, Dried Fruits,
O. H. Johnson GC 41 25 ____ —Selected.
and Cereals. New York Food Co., Oxford,
Mildred Mills Mag 28 14 00 14 00 N. Y.__________________________ Sunset Table
Anna K. Howard Mag 16 12 25 12 25 FOR RENT—November 1, modern heated
Hannah Nitchman Mag 15 7 40 7 40 apartment. G. H. Winslow, So. Lancaster,
Phyllis Margerum Mag 10 13 70 13 70 Oct. 21 Oct. 28
Part Time Workers NOTICE—For a limited time I can furnish New York City 5:08 4:59
A Colporteur Mag 6 10 55 10 55 the Elgin Electric Shaver for only $3.75—
Mrs. Norclitfe BR 12 75 12 25 Union Springs, N. Y. 5:15 5:04
a beautiful shaver that will give all the
*Eleanor Wheaton Mag 4 60 4 60 sarisfaction of those selling for $15. No bother Rochester, N. H. 4:55 4:45
Ethel Harding Mag 2 10 2 10 with soap and brush and no chapped face. So. Lancaster, Mass. 4:57 4:47
Hazel P. Cummings Mag 5 35 5 35 It is the nicest and most pleasant shaver I
Mrs. Eva Cole Mag 2 50 2 50 Add 1 minute for each 13 miles
have ever used. Just put $3.75 in a letter,
Mrs. O. H. Nichols Mag______75 75 mail to me, and your shaver will be sent at
west. Subtract 1 minute for each
19 Colporteurs 246 186 70 234 05 once. Electric Shaver Co., Box 204, Luding- 13 miles east.
*Two weeks ton, Mich.
Atlantic Union Gleaner Page Seven
New Record Set By Atlantic Union College
In Reaching Ingathering Goal
Two THOUSAND four hundred fifteen Prof. L. G. Sevrens, leader, $150.00 school who were listening eagerly for
dollars and seventy^two cents for C. L. Powers, leader, 97.08 this tribute of appreciation of their part
Harvest Ingathering in eight days — C. Hudson Wood, leader, 173.05 in the campaign. It was voted to send a
was the surprising total raised by Atlan Elder L. H. Hartin, leader, 174.00 telegram immediately to President
tic Union College in this year's spirited Miss H. Fogelgren, leader, 141.10 Jones, who had already left for the
campaign — and the money is still Dr. Philip Chen, leader, 83.59 Autumn Council.
coming in. The college goal of two Miss H. Olmsted, leader, 151.00 Dr. E. ,M. Hause, general leader of
thousand dollars was topped by almost Prof. H. U. Wendell, leader, 102.48 the campaign, was given a vote of
five hundred as enthusiasm carried Mrs. Paul Hoar, leader, 170.75 appreciation for his tireless efforts that
students and teachers on and on in Miss F. Eldridge, leader, 85.48 had brought about the speedy victory —
their tireless efforts to attain a speedy Miss J. DiBenedetto, leader, 163.50 and the chapel rang again with this
victory. Two whole field days during The church school contributed new round of hearty applause.
which the fourteen bands went out into $121.64 to this fund, and contributions Elder George Butler, home mission
the surrounding country to solicit from the college business office, the ary and Sabbath school secretary for
funds, and a week of evenings for sing Southern New England Conference, the Southern New England Conference,
ing bands and street soliciting was all and the Atlantic Union Conference then made a few remarks. The achieve
that was needed to raise this large were $156.37, $85.00, and $35.00 respec ment of the college, he said, had averag
amount. ed more than $300 a day during the
tively; $5.80 that had been added to the
The final report was made in chapel general fund brought the grand total eight days of their campaign. But we
on Friday morning, October 14. At for Harvest Ingathering to $2,415.72. don't measure results only in money
this time it was found that band No. 6, received for foreign fields, but also in
Enthusiasm ran high in chapel when the giving of the message to those at
led by .Mrs. Mabel Norheim, had this total was reported. The students, I'orpo. The Harvest Ingathering, he
totaled the largest amount, $229.48. having restrained themselves thus far suggested, is the laboratory phase of
Second came President G. Eric Jones' during the morning, now burst forth the Christian training that students
band (No. 5) with $224. 51. Mrs Bela in a demonstration of applause. The rece've in Atlantic Union College.
Urbanowsky's band (No. 13) had just chapel bell was rung to proclaim the The success of the campaign in a
reached the $200 mark. Totals from grand news to the village, and a second ti-rr^ory so recently visited by a terrible
the other bands were given as follows: time for the children in the normal hurricane is attributed to the earnest
Atlantic Union Conference prayers, the enthusiasm, and loyalty of
Statement of Forty-Cent-a-Week Fund the teachers ?nd students and the excel
For Thirty-nine Weeks Ending September 24, 1938 lent organization. The committee on
plans for the campaign included Dr.
Per Per E. Malcolm Hause, President G. Eric
Member- Quota Amount Member Am't Merrb T
ship $15.60 per Received Amount Weekly Rec'd Weekly Tone . Prof. C. E. Kellogg, Prof. Gerald
Conference Basis Member 1938 Short _1938 1937 1937 E. Miles, and Mrs. CVarles L. Kilgore.
Gr. New York 3612 56347 20 54566 27 1780 93 .387 "52523 06 .384 Truly the right kind of school spirit
New York 2900 45240 00 41329 25 3910 75 .365 44644 57 .394 exis's at Atlantic Un'on College, and
No. New England 1637 25537 20 18445 43 7091 77 .289 20871 93 .331
So. New England 4094 63866 40 59552 86 • 4313 54 .373 65004 65 .418 great advancement toward expansion
Bermuda . : 159 2480 40 3617 21 1136 81' _.583_ 3823 56 .676 seem-, possible where there is such an
Union 12402 193471 20 177:il 02 15960 18 367" 186867 77 .394 attitude. We know of no other college
*Amount Over in the denomination where such a
Harvest Ingathering record has been
Comparative Statement of made.
Sabbath School Offerings To conclude the chapel hour, the
Nine Months Ending September 30, 1938 students and faculty joined in singing
"Praise God From Whom All Blessings
Member- 9 Months 9 Months Sept. Sept. Weekly Flow," and Prof. C. E: Kellogg offered
Conference ship 1937 1938 1937 1938 1937 1938 a prayer of thanks to God for the. won
Gr. New York 3612 33511 76 32819 93 4838 71 5450 32 .245 .233 drous success of this amazing campaign.
New York 2900 25189 26 23640 51 4048 28 3927 92 .222 .209
No. New England 1637 11418 47 10243 97 2009 43 1631 20 .181 .160
So. New England 4094 32797 50 31756 60 4995 76 4522 38 .211 .199 "Ouii talent may be small but it has
Bermuda 159 1799 16 1743 01 238 31 265 83 .318 .281 been truly observed that a very- small
Union 12402 104716 15 100204 02 16130 49 15797 65 .221 .207 river will carry a good deal of water
I. G. Ortner, Treas. to the sea — if it keeps running."
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