Helen Scott

(1882-1963). Early missionary teacher and Bible instructor in Korea. After graduating from South Lancaster Academy in the class of 1904, she taught school and served as a Bible worker. In 1908 she went to Korea, where she was placed in charge of the mission school for girls at Chinnampo. Afterward she held meetings with the women in the villages. For a few years before World War II she was matron of the Seoul Sanitarium, but increasing international tensions caused her return to the United States, where she retired in 1938. After her return she took some class work at Pacific Union College and canvassed in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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