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THE semi-annual communion of First Church of Christ, Scientist, was observed Sunday morning (December 9) in Christian Science Hall. The beautiful audience room was filled with a large and attentive congregation. The impressive services were conducted by the First Reader, Rev. Irving C. Tomlinson and the Second Reader, Miss Mary E. Tomlinson. The subject of the sermon was "Sacrament," the Golden Text being, "And he saith unto them, Ye shall drink indeed of my cup, and be baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with."
Mrs. Cora Straw presided at the organ and Miss Villa Whitney White sang as solos a sixteenth-century hymn, "A Saviour Mine," and "Rest in the Lord." The congregational singing being "Here, O my Lord," by Bonar, and "Saw ye my Saviour," by Mrs. Eddy.
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