Nora Mattison

(1886-1953). Teacher and Bible instructor in India; wife of M. M. Mattison. She was a graduate of Keene in the class of 1910 (normal diploma), later taught church school for two years at Ketchum, Oklahoma, and in 1912 married Milton M. Mattison. The two sailed to India, where she assisted her husband in his mission work. While the Mattisons were on furlough in the United States in 1928, Mr. Mattison died. However, Mrs. Mattison returned to India with her two daughters and served first as matron and then as dean of women at the Vincent Hill College. Returning to the United States, she was matron at Broadview Academy in 1936-1937, and in 1939 completed her college education, graduating with her daughters from Washington Missionary College (now Columbia Union College). She again returned to I...

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

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