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R. A. Owens


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Beginnings of CHOG in Oak Ridge and Whittenberg, MO, 05.13.1949

Scope and Contents Letter is separated into a few parts that were sent together. There is a cover letter, and individual letters for Oak Ridge and Whittenberg. For the cover letter, there is an article on Oak Ridge CHOG along with some background information. The description of contents for the letter on Whittenberg has a collection of dates and facts beginning with a group of people starting Sunday school in a school house. Literature was sent up to MO by Estella Stedman of Beaver, OH. There was a revival...
Dates: 05.13.1949

History of CHOG in Madrid, Iowa as Given by Frank Bengtson, Dated 5/5/1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Iowa
Scope and Contents

Bengtson found CHOG through reading material published by the Swedish Gospel Trumpet. The church began as a Sunday school, revivals were conducted and building lots were given to church.

Dates: Event: Dated 5/5/1949

The History of the CHOG on 219 E. Maple St. Slater, MO, 5.5.1949

Scope and Contents

Letter contains basic facts about the CHOG in Slater. The services started around 1910-1911 by W. L. Quim in his own apartment over a grocery store. Then, after a tent meeting in 1912, another room in a home was used for worship before the construction of a church building and basement. This was used for serveral years until another property lot was purchased on 219 E. Maple Street.

Dates: 5.5.1949