Among the Churches

The dedication exercises of the new church edifice at the corner of Ninth and North Streets of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Logansport, occurred yesterday (Sunday, March 3) at 10.30 a.m. They were very impressive because of their earnest, quiet, unostentatious simplicity. The cozy appearance of the church outside is far outdone by the taste of adornment on the inside. The light streaming through amber and brown opal chipped glass windows and being reflected by a harmonious selection of white painted woodwork and tinted plastico walls, produced a most beautifully soft and mellow effect. Added to this, was a liberal display of potted plants and cut flowers. The pulpit was surrounded by a tasty arrangement of roses, carnations, calla lilies, and palms. It was a beautiful scene long to be remembered by those who were present.

After some excellent music by the choir, Scripture reading, and prayer service, the chief address was delievered by the First Reader, who read a most excellent paper. With well chosen words, she showed what Christian Science has to offer to the world. Among other things she said:—

Teaching a Young Lark
March 21, 1901

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