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History of the CHOG in Butler, PA., April 5, 1949


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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.

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Tells a story of a person being beaton by a mad dog. A person who refused to go with others who had been bitten who were going to receive "Pasteur Treatment." She relied on people to amend her with oil and to pray the prayer of healing.

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Writer had seven children.

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Info on locations of services.

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Pastors, from other nearby churches, were invited to preach.

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This letter contains a remembrance of events in the past.


  • Creation: April 5, 1949



13 Sheets

Language of Materials

From the Series: English

Repository Details

Part of the Anderson University and Church of God Archives Repository

1100 E. 5th St
Anderson IN 46012 United States