Central Union Reaper

(1932–1980; superseded the Central Union Outlook and Northern Union Reaper; weekly; circulation was free to constituent members; files in GC ). Official organ of the Central Union Conference. It was begun in place of the Northern Union and Central Union papers at the time when the Northern Union Conference was merged with the Central Union Conference, a combination that lasted only five years. In 1937, when the Northern Union was organized separately again, the name Reaper remained with the Central Union paper, and a new Northern Union Outlook was established. These continued until the formation of the Mid-America Union in July of 1980.

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