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Robert E. Reeder


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

CHOG, Brookings, S.D.

Scope and Contents

Two devout sisters with another girl became burdened for non-church going people in a certain section of the city. The efforts to establish a CHOG was financed by the girls.

Pastors mentioned.

No services conducted for 5 years.

Sunday school organized in April 1935 after having been no church active for these five years.

Locations of services

Dates: 1949 - 1950; Event: Describing events from 1881 - 1948

Executive Council, 1988 - 1989

 File — Carton 4
Scope and Contents Agendas/Schedule. Who's Who. Observers. Executive Council Profile. Guidelines for Selection Process. Minutes. Correspondence. Plan to Attend a Christian College. Biographical information - James E. Williams. Policy Governing Grievance Procedures. Proposal for Change in Commision Terms of Membership. Absentee Ballot Study. Report on Field Services for Combatting Pornography. Report of The Commission on Christian Higher Education. Report of the Chair of the Commission on Christian Unity....
Dates: 1988 - 1989

History - Montana, 1949

Scope and Contents

Letter contains a brief overview of CHOG in Montana, starting with stating that CHOG pioneers settled on homestead lands. Early pioneers were requesting ministers to conduct a revival meeting. The first congregation established at Billings, Montana and the second congregation was established at Big Sany, MO and another in Libby, MO. The letter contributes the specific locations with the main pastor, and ends with the CHOG established in Wyoming in New Castle, Cody, and Sheridan.

Dates: 1949

History of CHOG in South Dakota

Scope and Contents History of the Badger CHOGMeeting held in the Fall of 1903, 19041 and 1905Church erected in 1906 on land given to the churchCHOG incorporated in June 1908Purchase of Free Mission Property after selling their first buildingNew building erectedState camp meeting started in 1905 and went until 1930. Restarted in 1938. Camp meeting held in Brookings in 1939.State purchased state covention grounds in...
Dates: 1949 - 1950; Event: Describing events from 1881 - 1948