Members of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Sewickley...

Sewickley Herald

Members of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Sewickley have arranged a most attractive and interesting exhibition, . . . of which the central idea is to acquaint all with the scope and characteristics of that great international daily newspaper, The Christian Science Monitor . . . .

Around the wall are great posters, emphasizing the world coverage and many of the leading regular features of the paper. Most of them are pictures, partly sketched or painted but partly made from Monitor clippings cut to appropriate shapes and pasted up to form picturesque backgrounds of one kind or another—trees, ships, etc. . . . One is made up of the clipped advertisements of Sewickley merchants and firms—there are thirty-six of them—which appear regularly in the Monitor . . . . There are scrapbooks, each collating one of the special series of articles or features of the Monitor, such as the series on present-day Russia, that on cleaning up the movies, that on crime prevention, the regular religious article which appears each time in English and some other language—in all fifteen other languages are used in turn. . . . A world map is pinned and ribboned to show whence the Monitor derives advertising—including Hawaii, Africa, Australia, and practically all countries of the world. "The Sundial," which "records only the sunny hours," is a regular feature of the paper. . . .

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