JERRY PROVES THE TRUTH

[Of Special Interest to Children]

A Little boy, whose name is Jerry, goes to the Christian Science Sunday School. There he learns how God can help him to be well and happy and how He will help him to do what is right.

In the first grade at day school Jerry liked to do arithmetic problems and usually made a hundred on his papers. When he reached the second grade the teacher asked the class to draw little dogs or kittens to illustrate their arithmetic lessons. Two dogs plus three dogs equal five dogs. Some of the children drew funny-looking animals and didn't really care how their papers looked. But Jerry wanted his to be nice and neat. He tried and tried, but couldn't draw dogs to look the way they should. He kept erasing what he drew, until his paper was so smudged and dirty that he couldn't turn it in.

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