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Among the Churches
Winslow, Arizona (Society).—Morning and evening services were held in the church building of Christian Science Society, Winslow, on Sunday, November 2, 1941, when the edifice was formally dedicated.
The First Reader read a dedicatory announcement, which follows (in part): "In October, 1923, Christian Science Society of Winslow was officially recognized as a branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1930 the present building site was purchased. In June, 1938, the church building was started, and it was completed in August of the same year. The first service was held August 21, 1938."
HELEN H. SPANGLER
Progress through Spiritual Understanding
ARTHUR A. CROSBY
Shining Away the Shadows
DAISY CYNTHIA WOOD
The Christian Science Reading Room
KIMMIS HARTLEY HENDRICK
Importance of Right Thinking
"A little child"
CAROLINE B. WINGERT
With Lively Grace
ROBERT ELLIS KEY
Diversity of Worlds
Peter V. Ross
The Supremely Important Question
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
with contributions from Emily Morgan, Abigail Dyer Thompson, Donna Titus Sheahan, Mary D. Gilliam, Frances Dair Scott
My attention has been called to...
Arthur E. F. Court,
In your column, "From Day to...
Albert J. Windle,
A recent issue carried a piece of...
John M. Dean,
In an article in a recent issue...
W. Marlborough Addison, Committee on Publication for the State of Virginia
"Whatsoever things are lovely"
CAROLINE L. DIER
Christian Science was introduced...
Alice J. Jacobson
A recruit in the army learns to...
Paul A. Harsch, Jr.
"Are Sin, Disease, and Death Real?"
Emma King Napier
The truth of being as taught in...
Ruby Buhrmaster Adams
It is with sincere gratitude that...
Mary B. Janorschke with contributions from Barbara Janorschke
Mrs. Eddy states (Science and Health...
Hugo Weil with contributions from Nellie Weil
Even before I took up the study...
Though I was brought up to believe...
"Thy word is truth"
GEORGE BERNARD ROBINSON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Roosevelt, Joy Elmer Morgan, Roy L. Smith, Ruth Taylor