"A VERY PRESENT HELP"

[Of Special Interest to Children]

One summer evening a group of young people were preparing to have a picnic supper on the beach. They had gathered driftwood and made a fire, and were roasting corn in the hot ashes and making cocoa in an open kettle hung from a crane.

The afterglow from the sunset was reflected on the surface of the ocean, and the lamps in the twin lighthouses on the island offshore were already gleaming.

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EVER-PRESENT NOW
July 5, 1947
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