The Morning Dew Awaits the Sun (「朝露待日睎」，魏廉士會長 Gary S. Williams 南遠東傳道部紀事，Fran Hafen編輯出版，版權所有 2016)，第248頁：
Learning about the city of Tainan. In his
new calling, Elder Williams enjoyed his new home in Tainan. The streets in the down town area "were all lined with beautiful palm trees, along with somebeautiful flowerin shades trees. The weather was much dryer than the northern part of the island."
In 1959, Tainan was home to a Chinese Nationalist military station. The soldiers there were paid little and lived in "tiny little houses with dirt floors, no yards, and narrow streets." Despite this, the first elders felt the people of Tainan were
"some of the most friendly and loving people of the world." Elder Fish and Elder Neilson had opened the Tainan Branch in January 1958. They found a Japanese style home "with a front room big enough [to] have church meetings. "All the inner
walls [could] be removed...[to create] a pretty nice sized meeting place." The first baptism of the Tainan Branch occurred in a nearby swimming pool in June 1958, and iver a years' time, the branch expanded to the point of needing six elders....Living
with Elder Wiser and Elder Williams at this home, located at 42 Lane 13 South Gate Road, were Elder Richard J. Powell, Elder Betts, Elder Kevin Folsom (Hillspring, Alberta, Canada), and Elder G. Walker.