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Corry Evening Journal
Corry, Pennsylvania (First Church).
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Corry, will dedicate its new church building at East Columbus Avenue and Wayne Street at special services tomorrow....
The new edifice was begun in July, 1954, and completed for use in February, 1955. Final work, including landscaping, furnishing, and the completion of parking space was finished recently.
Prior to building the new church, services were held in the structure now occupied by the Corry Grange on Park Street. ... The new structure is one floor in design and houses a central meeting room, board room, Sunday School, a Reading Room and lending library. ... Christian Science services were first held in Corry in 1907, and in 1909 the local group formed a Christian Science Society. In 1918 the society became First Church of Christ, Scientist, Corry, a branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Corry Evening Journal November 12, 1955
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