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Lebanon Pioneer

Clinton, Mass. —Christian Science Society of Clinton, Massachusetts, has completed its church building, which is located at the corner of Water and Hammond Streets. In July, 1921, the society voted to erect a modest bungalow type of building, having an auditorium with a seating capacity of about one hundred, Sunday school quarters, and a reading room. Ground was broken on September 23, the corner-stone laid October 21, 1921, and the first Sunday service held January 29, 1922.

Lebanon, Ind.—The Christian Science church congregation observed the opening of their new church at Thorntown last Sunday with special services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. At each service the church was full, many visitors from other cities being present. The church is located on North Bow Street, the second house north of the Methodist Episcopal church, and was formerly used as a dwelling. It has been remodeled, furnace, electric lights, and water have been installed, and in addition to the auditorium a reading room has been added, which will be opened to the public on Wednesdays.—Lebanon Pioneer.

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March 25, 1922

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