H. M. Riggle
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
A pastor from Montesano, Washington was interested in the possibility of beginning a CHOG congregation in Aberdeen and finding three people who were also interested in the CHOG.
Previously written magazine article about the beggining of the CHOG movement on the island of Trinidad included.
Cottage Prayer meetings conducted. Meetings upstairs of a ward building in 1917-1923. Sunday School and other meetings held in the upstairs area of a grocery store.
Writer converted on August 15, 1901, at the age of 22, while attending the Elementon camp meeting. Her oldest sister was Wilda Weigle. Wilda's daughter was Edma Mae Anderson.