Christian Science in Oklahoma

Sunday morning, July 23, amid sunshine, music, and sweet harmony the Scientists of El Reno, in Oklahoma Territory, held their initial services in their little home on Capitol Hill. The pure white reading-desk was bedecked with flowers and lovely plants, as was the organ. The white walls and white wood-work, the former ornamented with appropriate mottoes, were all in harmony with the pure teachings of Science. About forty persons were in attendance, and the services were impressive. The congregational singing was hearty and sincere. Mrs. H. J. Williamson of Kansas, sang, the Communion Hymn, and "Nearer, my God, to Thee," was rendered by Mrs. Williamson. Mrs. R. S. Turlock, and Mr. E. J. Simpson.

Before reading the lesson of the day, the First Reader, Miss Lena Weischedel, delivered the following address:—

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