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The Dalhart Texan

Dalhart, Texas (Society).—Christian Science Society, Dalhart, and its new church edifice, result from the fidelity and devotion of a small group of Christian Scientists who began, in 1929, to meet in private homes in Dalhart. In 1933 they asked and received permission from The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientis, in Boston, Massachusetts, to form a Christian Science Society, an authorized branch of The Mother Church. They continued meeting in rented rooms till the first Sunday in May, 1940.

Since the new building was entirely free of debt, the society was able to dedicate it on the day of the first service, May 5, 1940. A Christian Science church cannot be dedicated till it is paid for. — The Dalhart Texan.

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