Lewis T. Oldham visits Nashville

Lewis T. Oldham traveled thirty-seven hundred miles in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Tennessee, and made over fifty addresses, in February and March, in the interest of the China work.  He was kindly received.  He spent a month of that time in and around Nashville.   Sister Oldham enters the hospital the first week of April for a major operation.  Let us pray that she may be speedily restored to good health.  Through the kindness and generosity of Dr. Billingsley the expense has been greatly reduced.  But there will still be expense enough.  If you wish to have fellowship, address Brother Oldham at 806 North Oak Street, Morrillton, Ark.

E. Gaston Collins, “News and Notes” Gospel Advocate April 6, 1933, p. 333.

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