Bringing Good Tidings

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Kitty lived almost a mile from school, and the walk there and back twice a day had always been fun. There were friends to meet and walk with along the way, a park to frolic through, and a friendly greeting from Lady, the collie that lived in the house at the top of the hill.

But lately the walk had not been fun for Kitty, and she spent recess time at school quietly watching the others instead of playing games or skipping rope with her classmates as she used to do. A large, wartlike growth on the top of her big toe had made her shoe uncomfortable when she walked, ran, or jumped.

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What the World Needs
November 30, 1963
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