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YUBA CITY, CALIFORNIA (Society).—Christian Science Society of Yuba City has now held its dedicatory service. As usual, as in the dedication of Christian Science churches, this was no ostentatious occasion, but a quiet, dignified, and orderly meeting, with no special service, only the regular service for that Sunday, together with a short history from its organization down to its dedication. The building is of gray cement stucco and is capable of seating one hundred and fifty or more. The interior is finished in a soft gray, and the furnishings harmonize.—Sutter Country Farmer.

ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA (First Church).—After holding services for some time in the City Hall Auditorium, the Christian Scientists of this city opened the year 1927 by breaking ground for their new church edifice. They have now opened their doors for the first Sunday service. The new building is located at 1734 Albert Street. It is of the bungalow style of architecture, Oriental stucco and red tile roof; and the interior gives an impression of peace and purity. The furnishings are of American walnut, which contrast beautifully with the white interior. It has a seating capacity of over one hundred and fifty.— Alexandria Daily Town Talk.

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Admission to The Mother Church
December 17, 1927

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