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In this number of the Sentinel appears an editorial by Mrs. Ella W. Hoag, C.S.D., who succeeds Mrs. Annie M. Knott, C.S.D., resigned as an associate editor.
Mrs. Hoag had the benefit of instruction by Mrs. Eddy in her class of 1888, and her degree of C. S. D. was conferred by Mrs. Eddy. As a worker in the Christian Science movement Mrs. Hoag has been active for thirty-two years as practitioner, teacher, and contributor to the periodicals. Her home was in Toledo, Ohio, but at different times she was associated with Mrs. Eddy as a member of her household and at those times enjoyed the privilege of her daily instruction. Since last June she has become known to the field as a lecturer.
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The Stranger within Our Gates
LLOYD B. COATE
"Owe no man"
SAMUEL JOHNSTONE MACDONALD
Windows and Light
MARY P. BELLINGER
"Treasures of Truth"
VIVIAN M. KUENZLI
Boy and Blossom
ANNIE JONES ATKIN
REGINALD J. EYRES
"Ye shall know the truth"
It should be perfectly possible for our reverend critic to...
Joseph E. Badger
William P. McKenzie
William D. McCrackan
"Am I my brother's keeper?"
Ella W. Hoag
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
Charles E. Jarvis
with contributions from Willa C. Cloys
How wonderful it is to live and be guided by Christian Science...
Louis M. Nicolai
Love and gratitude for Christian Science and the desire...
Jennie Hibben Jarvis
A few years ago my mother was taken suddenly ill one...
Gertrude E. Phipps
Over a year ago I was taken with a chill, followed by...
Remembering how I have been encouraged and comforted...
Ethel Mary Wilkes
I wish to express gratitude for a beautiful healing received...
Georgia E. Sampson
Before beginning the study of Christian Science, I was...
Anna F. Rheubottom
Many blessings have come into my life since I turned to...
Ada M. Webster
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Gerald Birney Smith