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A Happy Household
[Of Special Interest to Children]
Marianne was an adopted child. Her mother and father had reached out in their thought to give security and loving care to her when she was a tiny baby. She had been told all about this happy unfoldment, and Marianne was delighted to welcome a little sister also selected, or chosen for adoption, as a member of the family and the home.
Marianne and her parents often repeated the verse from the Bible (Eph. 2:19), "Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellowcitizens with the saints, and of the household of God." It had a very special meaning to them, and they worked daily in their study of Christian Science to have their home truly representative of the spiritual household of God. They knew that they must recognize the ever-presence of Christ, Truth, in order to keep harmony in their home.
Serving the Cause of Christian Science
KIMMIS HARTLEY HENDRICK
CLAUDIA ISABEL A'COURT
TO WATCH WITH LOVE
Marion Francis Brown
"The time for thinkers"
LOIS S. JOHNSON
Expressing Love Through Ushering
ROBERT E. PETTIBONE
Insistence upon Good Brings Healing
EVELYN MAY GARNHAM
A Happy Household
PAULINE WICKSTRUM REHR
Helen Wood Bauman
Carl J. Welz
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May de Leon
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Annabel Arnott Goan
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Paul Christian Schneider
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Betty A. Baxter
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Marie D. La Croix
Signs of the Times
with contributions from B. Judd, W. H. Bourne, Earl L. Douglass