1882–1972
Jack Scholfield

Ju­ly 17, 1882, Beu­lah, Kan­sas.

June 2, 1972, Pop­lar Bluff, Mis­sou­ri.

Pop­lar Bluff, Mis­sou­ri.

Scholfield gra­du­at­ed from Ba­ker Un­i­ver­si­ty, Bald­win Ci­ty, Kan­sas, in 1906.

He taught school, be­came an evan­gel­is­tic sing­er, and worked for the Home Mis­sion Board (1912–17, 1919).

Around age 49, he en­tered the real es­tate field in Fort Scott, Kan­sas.

In 1950, he re­tired and moved to Pop­lar Bluff, Mis­sou­ri.

His works in­clude:

  1. Able, Will­ing, Migh­ty
  2. Cancelled!
  3. Grand Old Cross, The
  4. His Love Won My Heart
  5. In the High­way of the King
  6. Roll Bil­lows Roll
  7. Same Old Way, The
  8. Saved, Saved
  9. Think on Thy Way

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