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As this issue of the Sentinel goes to press, the forms for the second-story walls of Section "B" of the Publishing House are being constructed, and by the time this reaches its readers it is expected that the concrete will have been poured, and the forms for the third-story walls and floor will be extending upward. The basement walls of "A" Section will then be constructed, and also the reinforced concrete basement floor.
A tunnel under Norway Street from the new to the present Publishing House will shortly be begun. It will carry pipes, including those for heating and electricity, and will afford a commodious passageway from basement to basement. One notices how light and airy will be the workmen's rooms in the new Publishing House, for the rear wall of the Mailing Room is almost wholly glass, while the basement is lighted by generous area ways.
Such steel framework as is carried upward in Section "B," before the wooden forms are constructed for the concrete, is entirely riveted, not welded. The newspaper presses in the Press Room are to be erected on what might be termed stilts, and reels located in the basement level under the presses will feed the paper to the presses. From the loading and unloading platforms in the Shipping Room will be constructed a track which will carry the rolls of paper to storage. At the present time The Christian Science Publishing Society is keeping two months' supply of paper in a near-by storage warehouse and truking it from there to the present Publishing House Press Room; but when the new Publishing House is built, all storage for paper will be in the building convenient to the Press Room.
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The Sunday School
GEORGE SHAW COOK
A Strong Defense
ANNA EMANUEL WILLIAMS
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
The Marginal Headings in Our Textbook
STACY M. SNOW
"The desert shall ... blossom as the rose"
FRANCES DE WITT JOHN
Walking by Faith
Recreation—True and False
FAITH HOLMES HYERS
I am informed that a minister recently conducted a...
Roy E. Bignall, Committee on Publication for the State of Missouri,
An item in your issue of September 18 gave misleading...
Albert E. Lombard, Committee on Publication for Southern California,
In explaining the nature of Christian Science in the issue...
Meinrad Schnewlin, Committee on Publication for German-speaking Switzerland,
Your correspondent in his criticism of a recent Christian Science...
Albert W. LeMessurier, Committee on Publication for the Channel Islands,
FRANCES HILDA BRAY
The Law of Continuance
Violet Ker Seymer
The Christian Science Board of Directors
with contributions from Minnie M. Hall, William F. Schlothan, Sarah Brunette Strassburger, Arthur D. Nicholson, Caroline B. Waters, Maud Bernazzi, William R. Edward
As a family of four we are indeed grateful for Christian Science...
Leon Oscar Anderson
In deepest gratitude I would exclaim with the Psalmist:...
If Christian Science had never done anything for me...
Myrnell Godfrey Mondon
"For ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light...
Molly Alison McMackin
I am unceasingly grateful for the many blessings that...
Elsie L. Preston with contributions from Helen Bilhuber
When I was a young girl I was fond of the Russian...
Eugénie de Schneeuhr
It has been over three years since my healing in Christian Science
Ruth Painter with contributions from Jeremy Taylor
Signs of the Times
with contributions from David Lloyd George, Joseph H. Smith, L. D., Floyd W. Tomkins, Henry L. Stimson, F. J. Ashley