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FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
As Bob walked home from high school through the Fens, he was hardly aware of the bracing New England weather, cloudless and frosty. He was worrying about upcoming exams. They were going to be much longer than the ones he was used to. Some would cover half a year's work; and others, the whole year.
Bob was a sophomore, and until now he had enjoyed high school. He'd been elected secretary of the French Club; he liked sports, especially volleyball; and homework—well, he kept his nose to the grindstone each evening. But lately he hadn't been concentrating very well. He kept thinking about his teachers' warning: everybody's entire future depended on these exams.
DORIS S. SCHWARTZ
Five steps out of loneliness
TERRANCE BRYAN EDWARDS
JACKLYN JEAN WILLIAMS
Would you like tax-free income?
MARVIN J. CHARWAT
The lines of grace
MILDRED KENDALL SHAW
FROM THE DIRECTORS
The Christian Science Board Of Directors
Morality uplifting sexuality
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
"And he put them all out"
WILLIAM E. MOODY
William Walton Saunders
What a joy it is to be able to share this testimony!...
JOANNE ELIZABETH DAWN
From time to time it is well to review the blessings that have...
LEO JEAN GOLDSMITH with contributions from MARIAN L. GOLDSMITH
At one point several years ago I made plans to have class instruction...
LYNN K. OVERTON with contributions from K. DANIEL OVERTON