Item of Interest

Occasionally reports are received that in some communities in the Field, literature distribution boxes give the appearance of being neglected, by being allowed to remain empty over long periods, or by allowing the literature to remain in the boxes after it has become soiled and untidy.

It is obvious that conditions of this sort should not prevail, even in a small way. Any container used for dispensing Christian Science literature should always be representative of Christian Science, and should reflect neatness and order.

The use of literature distribution boxes is, on the whole, proving to be a very satisfactory method of dispensing our used literature. This method lends itself to orderly, dignified, systematic handling of the literature, and where it is handled properly it is effective in obtaining results.

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August 14, 1937

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