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Because of the increasing demand for steel for wartime needs, the Government, under the priorities system, is directing most of the present supply into essential war production, thereby largely diverting it from civilian industries. The result is that it is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain wire to stitch the Christian Science periodicals. Therefore, in order to make our present supply of wire last as long as possible, we are now using only one staple instead of the usual two to bind the Christian Science Sentinel, and it may soon be necessary to reduce the number of staples in the binding of the Christian Science Quarterly as well. The change in the Sentinel was made beginning with the September 19 issue.
The Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy announce the publication of a folder entitled "Christmas," reprinted from pages 320 and 321 of "Miscellaneous Writings" by Mary Baker Eddy.
"In the way of his steps"
L. ELIZABETH ANDERSON
Using What We Have in Our House
ELIZABETH R. VOSS
MARGARET GERALDINE GODEFROI
Handling Aggressive Suggestion
JAMES GIDEON GEARY
The Lighthouse Is There
"Desire is prayer"*
LEELAH C. HART
The Third Front
Peter V. Ross
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from James R. M. Butler, J. Carleton Weatherby
In an article which appeared in...
John J. Selover
The telegram published by you...
Guy Haldane Dempster
In the heat of debate, men often...
W. Marlborough Addison
A correspondent writing in a...
Robert E. Key
"Thy words were found, and I...
It is with deep gratitude to God...
Lacy Bell Richter
Truly "every good gift and...
Edna Elvera Nyquist
It is with the greatest gratitude...
Alfred S. Waterman with contributions from Frances C. Waterman
The testimonies in the periodicals...
Through the earnest study of...
Elsie Isobel Bowman
It is my privilege and pleasure...
Nancy Eleanore Champion
MILES BUCKSTON WATTS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from E. J. Davidson, A. L. F., Russell Henry Stafford, Thomas Hastwell, Herbert Barnes