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Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada

, 1855, at Kingston, Wisconsin. He entered his first ministerial work there around 1890. He served as a Wisconsin Tract Society district director and then helped two more experienced preachers with tent evangelism. In 1894, he and his wife sailed to Brazil, South America along with F. W. Westphal and his wife who were going to Argentina. The Thurstons were one of the firsts Adventists to work in Brasil. At the 1901 General Conference, W. H. Thurston related stories of the work in Brazil. After the 1901 General Conference, he was asked to serve as head of the newly formed Canadian Union Conference covering, Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime provinces. Administrative highlights include: ::*the dedication of Knowlton Sanitarium (1903) in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Thurston's home became Knowlton. ::*Oversight and promotion of the Farmington Williamsdale school in the Nova Scotia. ::*Encouraging church members to sell "Christ's Object Lessons" and other published material. ::*Moving the Canadian Union Conference headquarters and the Canadian Publishing Association from Montreal to Toronto. This included an offer to the local conferences to take over their book business except for the decision where to locate agents. ::*Arranging for the new school, Lornedale Academy, to take over the publishing of the Messenger. ::*Preparing to address Parliament's pending Lord's Day Act. After seven years as President of the Canadian Union Conference, Thurston went to Wisconsin to serve as the president of that conference. He died August 25, 1924 at College Place, Washington. His son, Claude, taught chemistry at Walla Walla College. William Guthrie, 1909-1912 William Guthrie, born April 9, 1867, joined the Adventist church in 1886. After training at Battle Creek College, he worked in the Iowa Conference starting in 1894. In 1902 he worked in Canada; first in the Maritimes then as president of the Quebec Conference and then, after Thurston, he served as the president of the Canadian Union Conference from 1909 to 1912. Guthrie oversaw the moving of Ontario's boarding academy from Lorne Park to East of Oshawa. After his Canadian service, Guthrie served as president of the East Michigan Conference (1912-1916) and then as the head of the West Michigan Conference (1916-1918) after which he served as President of the Lake Union Conference for ten years (1918-1928). After moving to California and taking a break for health reasons, he served as a minister in Southern California for 13 years. William Guthrie died January 22, 1952 at the Paradise Valley Sanitarium where his son worked as manager. M. N. Campbell, 1912-1917 1921, President of the British Union Conference, N. S. During "Work in the Lower Mendi District." TASNED, November 1938 Eastern Canadian Union M. N. Campbell, 1914-1917 A. V. Olson (Albert Victor Olson), 1917-1920 : - In 1907, Olson was a licentiate in St. Paul, Minnesota. 1907 SDA Yearbook : - Montreal, Canada (1912-1914). In 1913, tent efforts were conducted in Montreal. Olson ran the English campaign and J. Vuilleumier ran the French one. M. N. Campbell. ''Quebec Campmeeting.'' Canadian Union Messenger, July 2, 1913, p. 1 thumb A. V. Olson, President, Quebec Conference, 1915, Front Row, Second from the Right (File:Eastern Canadian Leadership, 1915.JPG) : - In 1914 he was elected president of the Quebec Conference. : - In 1915, Olson was the president of the Quebec Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Category:Protestantism in Canada Canada (Category:Seventh-day Adventist Church) Category:North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists (Category:Adventism) Category:History of the Seventh-day Adventist Church Category:Religious organizations established in the 1860s Category:Religious organizations established in 1863 Category:Protestant denominations established in the 19th century Category:Seventh-day denominations ** Southern New England Conference * Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada  - Oshawa, Ontario Oshawa , Ontario ** Alberta Conference


Greater Los Angeles Area

Area . This is especially true for aerospace related stories and local high school and college level sports. thumb Barney's Beanery (Image:Barneys Beanery.jpg) '''Barney's Beanery''' is a chain of gastropubs in the Greater Los Angeles Area. It was originally founded in 1920 in Berkeley, California by John "Barney" Anthony, who in 1927 moved it to U.S. Route 66, now Santa Monica Boulevard, State Route 2 (California State Route 2) in West Hollywood


Bakersfield, California

States Bakersfield (Bakersfield, California), United States; since 2007. Other adjacent areas the ''Valley Press'' covers on an as-needed basis include the Victor Valley, Bakersfield (Bakersfield, California) and the southern San Joaquin Valley, and the Greater Los Angeles Area. This is especially true for aerospace related stories and local high school and college level sports. '''Marc Fraser Davis''' (March 30, 1913, Bakersfield, California – January


Kosovo

, Namibia, Liberia, Somalia and Chad. From 1992 to 1996, he worked as Southern Europe correspondent, based in Rome, and covered events in Bosnia (Bosnia (region)), Kosovo, North Africa and various Mafia-related stories. Downing, Malcom. (2003). ''The battle for Iraq: BBC news correspondents on the war against Saddam.'' Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 978-0-8018-7936-4. ** ''El País'' reports Spain's Minister of Foreign


Brittany

frontiersmen, and perhaps the best known cycle, the Matter of Britain, which featured tales about King Arthur, his court, and related stories from Brittany, Cornwall, Wales and Ireland. An anonymous German poet tried to bring the Germanic myths from the Migration Period to the level of the French and British epics, producing the Nibelungenlied. There was also a quantity of poetry and historical writings which were written during this period, such as '' Historia Regum


Qatar

and, on November 30, 2006, was transferred to Al-Arabi Sports Club (Al-Arabi SC (Qatar)) in Doha, Qatar for € (Euro)3.6 million, with the move being made effective in January of the following year. Wikipedia:Qatar Dmoz:Regional Middle East Qatar Commons:Category:Qatar


Moscow

been the correspondent for ''The Independent'' and the BBC. Lucas is in addition a regular contributor to ''The Daily Mail'', where he covers Russia- and CIS-related stories. Rome won the right to stage the event on July 16, 2005 in Montreal, Canada. Rome defeated rival bids from Athens (Greece), Moscow (Russia) and Yokohama (Japan). **Kaliningrad - Khrabrovo Airport (SK) (seasonal) **Moscow - Sheremetyevo International Airport (OV


Wales

Byzantium's frontiersmen, and perhaps the best known cycle, the Matter of Britain, which featured tales about King Arthur, his court, and related stories from Brittany, Cornwall, Wales and Ireland. An anonymous German poet tried to bring the Germanic myths from the Migration Period to the level of the French and British epics, producing the Nibelungenlied. There was also a quantity of poetry and historical writings which were written during this period


United States

José Lima (w:José Lima), a former baseball (w:baseball) pitcher for Major League Baseball (w:Major League Baseball)'s Houston Astros (w:Houston Astros), Detroit Tigers (w:Detroit Tigers), Los Angeles Dodgers (w:Los Angeles Dodgers), New York Mets (w:New York Mets), and Kansas City Royals (w:Kansas City Royals) (all in the United States (w:United States)) died suddenly at his Los Angeles home this morning of a heart attack (w:heart attack). He was 37 years old. His death was confirmed by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and his family.


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