ELDER W. M. LEWSADDER WILLIAM MILTON LEWSADDEE was born at Covington, Indiana, March 19, 1866. He spent his early life in Indiana, and also gained his early education there. His connection with the Seventh-day Adventist Church began in 1893, when he accepted the message under the labors of Delmar Loughborough, son of J. N. Loughborough. He then attended Battle Creek College to gain a preparation for the work of the gospel ministry. He was united in marriage with Miss Myrtle McReynolds at Wellman, Iowa, May 14, 1902, with whom he lived happily until his death, June 3. 1937, at Talent, Oregon. To this union was born one son, who passed away at the family home, February 26, 1936. , . Elder tLewsadder entered the ministry in the Illinois Conference in 1896, ',and; was', ordained in 1903. After fifteen years of faithful work in that field, he was called to the Wisconsin Conference, where he labored for three, years. He was then transferred to the Ohio Conference. After 'thr&e"-years of earnest work in that field, he gave faithful service in the •Stateii'-bf Utah and California. After retiring from active work, because of failing health, he purchased A home near. Talent, southern Oregon, where he had since been resident. Hijt,:i ininistry in the Ashland church has been a great help and an in- JpSratiftU to us all. -Jfe: leaves tp mourn his departure, his wife, who stood loyally by her nuSb'ahd in the gospel ministry these many years, and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ruby Lewsadder, of Glendale, California, and three grandchildren. Elder Lewsadder was a man of sterling Christian qualities. His life ADOLPH JOHNSON.