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Contributions to the Historical Society of Montana . EARLY WORKERS AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. 1. Mrs. Almon Spencer. 4. Mrs. Joseph E. Hall. 2. Mrs. Elmer J. Anderson. 5. Miss Mary Holliday. 3. Mrs. Max Waterman. 6. Plon. James T. Anderson.* *Deceased Dec. 12, 1890.. EARLY WORKERS AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. 1. Rev. William E. Catlin.* 4. Elder Chas. B. Catlin. 2. Mrs. Emma S. Catlin.** 5. James K. Catlin. 3. Mrs. Mary Catlin-Edwards.*** 6. John S. Catlin..?Deceased March 10. 1903. **Deceased Jan. 24, 1901. ***Deceased June 2, 1890. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HISTORY. 109 in Montana in those days. This

Contributions to the Historical Society of Montana . EARLY WORKERS AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. 1. Mrs. Almon Spencer. 4. Mrs. Joseph E. Hall. 2. Mrs. Elmer J. Anderson. 5. Miss Mary Holliday. 3. Mrs. Max Waterman. 6. Plon. James T. Anderson.* *Deceased Dec. 12, 1890.. EARLY WORKERS AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. 1. Rev. William E. Catlin.* 4. Elder Chas. B. Catlin. 2. Mrs. Emma S. Catlin.** 5. James K. Catlin. 3. Mrs. Mary Catlin-Edwards.*** 6. John S. Catlin..?Deceased March 10. 1903. **Deceased Jan. 24, 1901. ***Deceased June 2, 1890. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HISTORY. 109 in Montana in those days. This Stock Photo
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Contributions to the Historical Society of Montana . EARLY WORKERS AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. 1. Mrs. Almon Spencer. 4. Mrs. Joseph E. Hall. 2. Mrs. Elmer J. Anderson. 5. Miss Mary Holliday. 3. Mrs. Max Waterman. 6. Plon. James T. Anderson.* *Deceased Dec. 12, 1890.. EARLY WORKERS AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. 1. Rev. William E. Catlin.* 4. Elder Chas. B. Catlin. 2. Mrs. Emma S. Catlin.** 5. James K. Catlin. 3. Mrs. Mary Catlin-Edwards.*** 6. John S. Catlin..?Deceased March 10. 1903. **Deceased Jan. 24, 1901. ***Deceased June 2, 1890. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HISTORY. 109 in Montana in those days. This church waited nearly sixyears before a minister was provided. Eev. T. E. Davis,of New York, state, preaclied for tliem during liis vacationin tlie summer of 1886; and was followed in October byRev. George Edwards, wlio remained on the field for fouryears. During this time the Good Templars Hall in whichthe church had been organized, had been purchased andtransformed into a chapel. This is an historic building.

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