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Among the Churches
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.
The Threshing Time
MILDRED PHILLIPS KINDY
LYMAN S. ABBOTT
"Rise and pray"
LELIA EUGENIE SMITH
FRED C. FISHER
"Principle is imperative"
A Straight Course
LILLIAN TURNER FINDLAY
ANNA STANTON LAY
A Christian Science program was conducted from Station...
Douglas R. Henderson
The Letter and the Spirit
George Shaw Cook
Claiming the Right Report
with contributions from Albert W. Westpalm van Hoorn, Charles A. G. Thudichum, Edith Glenn Southwell, K. F. Maude Kisch, Charles Fredrick Sheppard, Mary Louise Gedge
With my heart full of gratitude, I wish to express my...
Elsie Marie Busker
Christian Science was brought to my attention about...
Alfred Eisele with contributions from Kathrine Eisele
With deepest gratitude I bear witness to the benefits I...
For more than twenty—three years Christian Science has...
Elizabeth Christan Cheetham
It is with a deep sense of gratitude for the many benefits...
A. Geraldine MacWhirter
On page 205 of "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany,"...
Harold Reynolds Cheney with contributions from Oryal H. Cheney
"Thy will be done"
MAURICE MC C. CHURCH
Signs of the Times
with contributions from F. G. Phillips, P. Henry Lotz, Marshall R. Reed, William T. Ellis, Dean W. Parker