Even these were too small, so in 1924, they moved to a new building at the corner of 300 E and 100 S.
The older two buildings are still standing. The second is owned by a Presbyterian Church, and was used until 2010. Unfortunately, that church is actively seeking to raise funds to raze the building and construct a new building on the site. It's too bad, since it's still a beautiful building. Even so, the newest one is a beautiful building, and I'm glad it still stands.
You'll notice that the first picture was taken in the summer; the second one was in the winter. I had to visit this chapel a few times in order to be able to get inside. Those pictures will be shown in upcoming posts.