Journal of the Central Texas Conference, Fourth Annual Session, Methodist Episcopal Church South Page: 36
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36 CENTRAL TEXAS CONFERENCE JOURNAL
1. Who are admitted on trial? Archie W. Gordon, C. Ozier
Hightower, Allen D. Cosgrove, Wm. G. Gwaltney, Thomas D.
Ellis, Welloughby T. Boulware, Robt. H. Boyd, J. Fred Patterson,
Jefferson D. Ramsey, T. H. Burton, Wm. E. Hawkins, Jr., Elmer
Crabtree, Zebedee Fallin, Thomas Sorrells, Paschal W. Layne.
James C. Mayhew, Guy H. Wilson, T. J. Story, Geo. G. Mitchell,
Horace Poteet, Claud T. Brockett, B. Y. Dickinson, Jonathan M.
2. WTho remains on trial? Elisha W. Bridges, Murand Council,
Jesse M. Fryar, Samuel P. Gilmore, Horace C. Gordan, J. G.
Thomas, Milam J. Vaughan, Angus E. Watford, W. G. Bailey,
Claud F. Bell, Marcus M. Chunn, Joseph N. Hester, R. T. Capps,
Lloyd E. Hill.
Remaining in first year, Early S. Cook and Joseph Bartok.
3. Who are discontinued? None.
4. Who are admitted into full connection? J. M. Bond, Jr.,
C. B. Diltz, L. L. Felder, J. E. Matlock, O. A. Morton, B. H.
Oxford, F. O. WVaddill, Chas. V. Williams
5. Who are readmitted? None.
6. V-7ho are received by transfer from-other Conferences?
Jno. C., Granbery, West Virginia Conference; T; S. Barcus
Northwest Texas Conference; J. W. W. Shuler, Holston Confer-
ence; R. L. Reese, Florida Conference; Seba Kirkpatrick, New
Mexico Conference; J. A. Dozier, East Oklahoma Conference;
J. D. Young, Northwest Texas Conference; A. C. Smith, North-
west Texas Conference; R. B. McSwain, West Texas Confer-
ence; J. V. Blair, East Oklahoma Conference.
7. Who are received from other Churches as local preachers?
James D. Kurssell, Local Elder from Cumberland Presbyterian
Church; J. L. Havins, Local Elder from Methodist Protestant
8. Who are received from other Churches as traveling preach-
9. Who are the deacons of one year? Henry C. Bowman,
Henry Francis, F. A. Ray, Hugh B. Landrum, Ruby Otis Sory,
Jno. D. Smoot Preston H. Broxton, J. F. Isbell, J. A. Siceloff,
Walter B. Vaughn, Henry C. Bowman, Henry Francis, Chas. H.
Little, Frank A. Ray. Remaining in Class third year, H. W.
Gillett, James R. Kidwell, Roy A Langston.
10. What traveling preachers are elected deacons? J. Mar-
vin Bond, Chas. Benj. Diltz, Frederick O Waddill, Chas. V Wil-
liams, Brinkley H. Oxford.
11. What traveling preachers are ordained deacons? J. Mar-
vin Bond, Chas. B. Diltz, Frederick O. Waddill, Chas. V. Williams,
Brinkley H. Oxford.
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