IT'S ALL A MISTAKE

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Lois was in the fourth grade in school when she was voted a campership. This entitled her to two weeks at a beautiful wooded camp overlooking one of the numerous Wisconsin inland lakes. She was delighted, first because to be voted a campership was evidence of the love of her companions, and secondly because she lived in a crowded city and loved the outdoors, especially swimming.

There was one drawback to this campership, however. Before she could go to camp, she had to submit to a physical examination. The camp excused no one from taking it. Now, Lois attended a Christian Science Sunday School. So, when she entered kindergarten, her mother wrote a letter to the principal requesting that she be excused from physical examinations.

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February 11, 1950
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