Other Articles Clipping from Athens Messenger and Herald, Thu, Nov 7, 1901.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Athens, Athens Messenger and Herald, November 7, 1901

On Main street a large memorial window will bo located, given by Mr. and Mix J. f. Brown, and costing $700, There will be two smaller windows on Main str»«*t made of art glass.Large roe© windows, sixteen feet in diameter, will be placed in the south | wall, above the vestibule. The Sunday school rooms will be lighted by art glass windows, and clerestorywindows alove the class rooms to light the lecture room. A dome sixteen feet in diameter will be placed over the auditorium center to give the necessary light. The floor will be in-clined with a drop of fourteen inches. The seats will be circular, of the bestquartered sawed oak. All the wood finishings will Is* of quarter sawed oak. Ttie building proper will beconstructed of Bedford, (Ind.) stone atiout five or six feet above the foundation. From that point the buildingwill be of No. J gray pressed brickwitli a sprinkling of iron, manufactured at Shawnee. The window’s areto be trimmed in Bedford stone andcovered in black slate. When the handsome and costly edifice is completed it is estimated that the Presbyterian church property will be worth $M4,00lt;.Tin* architect is F. L. Packard of Columbus, and the design will not be similar to that of any other church visited and inspected by the plans committee. The building is speciallydesigned and an improvement over thechurches visited by the committee. The height of the tower will be between seventy and eighty feet.With the destruction of the oldPresbyterian church a famous landmark is removed. The Presbyterianchurch was incorporated in 1827, and(('ONTIKUSSOM FUTH FAt,«l X