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Camp Welfare Activities
The following experiences concerning service men and women have been sent to the Camp Welfare Activities department and are being shared with the Field:
Case of accident met at an eastern camp
A Worker was told that a Christian Scientist was taken to a station hospital and was in need. The young man had been injured while on police duty and was suffering from torn muscles and a possible broken back. He asked the Worker for specific treatment, remarking he never had had to "face anything like this before"—it seemed so "physical." Treatment was given at once, and in a week the serviceman was out of bed. X rays showed no broken back, and muscles already knitting. When the Worker called the third week he was told the young man had gone back to duty.
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THY CLOAK ALSO
CONSTANCE F. BURNHAM
HOW TO DECIDE
ALBERT E. BLAIR
Louise S. Darcy
FINDING GOD EVER PRESENT
ELISABETH B. BRUNN
"AS HE THINKETH IN HIS HEART"
MELVILLE JOHN VICKERMAN
MAN CANNOT BE SEPARATED FROM HOME
ANNA COYKENDALL BOWLBY
Annie Lorena House
MIND'S IDEAS AND THEIR MULTIPLICATION
Richard J. Davis
Robert Ellis Key
Benjamin Sturgis Pray
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Gertrude Price Wollner
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Minnie E. Post
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Edith M. Glastre
"To those leaning on the sustaining...
Dudley H. Stovall
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Alice Marsh Alway with contributions from Charles Harry Underhill
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Geneva E. Jorenby with contributions from Elizabeth Erickson
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Alan H. Sommers
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Miriam Ruth Cluckie
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