June 3 - 13, 1920

Morrison Co., Little Falls, 808 Anne Marie Circle (Old Fairgrounds Location)    Map

Find it today: The Morrison County Fairgrounds was moved to a new location in 1992 with the last fair being held at the old fairgrounds in 1991. Today apartments have been built where the old fairground was located. On Highway 10, coming from the south, take the County Highway 76 exit and go north on Haven Road which becomes 1st Street SE.  Turn right (east) on 7th Avenue SE and then right (south) on 4th Street SE to 8th Avenue SE.  This is the general area of the old fairgrounds. On Highway 10, coming from the north, take the Minnesota 27 exit and go west on 1st Avenue NE. Turn left (south) on 4th Street SE to 8th Avenue SE. This is the general area of the old fairgrounds.

CAMPMEETING - As we are nearing another annual Conference and campmeeting, all who can possibly do so, should plan to attend. Soon campmeetings will be a thing of the past, and we know not when the last annual gathering will be held.

The present indications are that we are on the edge of a social collapse, and it can be but a little while before the world will be thrown into great confusion. Then it will be a problem just how our general meetings will be held. We little know what complications will arise. Therefore, while we have comparative peace, why not avail ourselves of the opportunity to attend this great annual feast?

E. T. RUSSELL. – Northern Union Reaper, May 25, 1920

CAMPMEETING MUSIC - Little Falls, June 3-13. The response to the call for singers and instrumentalists for the coming campmeeting has been most gratifying and the readiness with which so many offered their services is greatly appreciated. It will greatly help if all those who have promised to assist and all others intending to do so will kindly report to the undersigned as soon after their arrival at camp as possible. Also kindly bring as many of your special song books as you find room for in your packing.

S. LEDINGTON, Hutchinson Theological Seminary
Northern Union Reaper, May 25, 1920

(Post camp-meeting full report was not found in Northern Union Reaper.)



A committee from the Minnesota Seventh Day Adventists will be in Little Falls next Monday to meet with the convention committee of the Board of Commerce, for the purpose of making arrangements for the annual Adventist camp meeting to be held here in June.

Little Falls Herald, May 14, 1920

The ten-day camp meeting of the Minnesota Seventh Day Adventists at the county fair grounds came to a close Sunday night and most of the people here for the meeting returned to their homes Sunday and Monday. An invitation was extended to the Adventists to meet here again next year. It is not known whether the invitation will be accepted but it is said that the meeting will be held elsewhere next year, perhaps at St. Cloud.

Little Falls Herald, June 18, 1920

(1920 Year in Review) June 3 — Seventh Day Adventist state convention started at Little Falls. Lasted ten days and was attended by 1,000 people.

Little Falls Herald, December 31, 1920

Lessons of the past
Hope for the future