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Ellen G. White: The Later Elmshaven Years: 1905-1915 (vol. 6), Page 301

got it! I've got it! Medical Missionary Evangelists.” This phrase of her coining, which she felt embodied the true objective of the institution, contributed to the choice of a name for the school, “The College of Medical Evangelists.”—As told to the author by W. C. White.

Through the week of the spring meeting at Loma Linda steps were taken carefully and firmly, and the medical school—that is, plans for it—became a reality. On Wednesday, the day before the council closed, Ellen White addressed the group. Following her address, accompanied by Sara McEnterfer and Helen Graham, she left for St. Helena and home. She was much worn, the weather was very hot, and she laid aside her burdens for the remainder of the month. During this time she enjoyed a visit from her friend Mrs. Nellie Druillard.

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