The time is at hand when a large amount should be in the hands of our Treasurer to make final payments upon our new Pleasant View Home at Concord, New Hampshire. The building is completed, furnishing and equipment are being installed, and future residents will soon be notified to arrive about July 15.

There should be no outstanding obligations when our home is opened for the fulfillment of the high ideals it expresses. Its roof is broad and its walls are sturdy, but they are not built to carry a debt. Those who may have been reserving the bulk of their contributions until the hour of final requirement should strike, need wait no longer. It is now striking, and it is hoped that it will not be necessary to wind the clock of notification again.

The Lectures
July 2, 1927

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