Christian Science War Time Activities

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This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923. It may be copyrighted outside the U.S. (see Help:Public domain).

CONTENTS

Introduction 13
I. Beginnings 20
II. Hands Across the Sea 29
III. Helping Halifax 61
IV. Christian Science Camp Welfare Committee: 74
 In Camp and Training Station 79
 Daily Deeds 87
 “Quiet Resting Places” 101
 “Our Only Preachers” 117
 “He Sent His Word” 133
 With the Forces Afloat 144
V. With the A. E. F. in France 157
VI. England's Answer to the Call 211
VII. A Unique Committee 249
VIII. Timely Recognition 296
IX. Financial Statement 323
X. Unselfish Labor Richly Rewarded  331


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
WAR TIME ACTIVITIES


A REPORT
TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

OF
THE MOTHER CHURCH
BY
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
WAR RELIEF COMMITTEE




PUBLISHED BY
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PUBLISHING SOCIETY
BOSTON • U • S • A






COPYRIGHT, 1922, BY
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PUBLISHING SOCIETY






PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA



“BELOVED STUDENTS, loyal laborers are ye that have wrought valiantly, and achieved great guerdons in the vineyard of our Lord; but a mighty victory is yet to be won, a great freedom for the race; and Christian success is under arms, — with armor on, not laid down.

MARY BAKER EDDY,



VALUABLE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THIS REPORT HAVE BEEN MADE BY

R. LILLIAN BROCK
AGNES F. CHALMERS
EDWARD W. DICKEY
CAROLINE GETTY
MARTIN F. JACKSON
ARTHUR W. MARRIOTT, 2d
EARL McCLOUD
RALPH E. PARKER
LUCY HAYS REYNOLDS
EDWARD L. RIPLEY
EDITH S. STEARNS
MABEL S. THOMSON
MARGARET S. S. WHYTE


ROSTER OF STATE WAR RELIEF COMMITTEES TO WHOM GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT IS HEREBY EXTENDED


State Chairman
Alabama Mrs. E. T. Foster
Arizona Mr. P. F. Magenheimer
Arkansas Mr. Sidney M. Brooks
Northern California Mr. Arthur F. Fosbery
Southern California Mr. C. Edwin Pierce
Colorado Mr. John G. Kerr
Connecticut Mr. M. N. Mayehoff
Delaware Mr. Norman E. John
District of Columbia Mr. Philip King
Florida Mr. John H. Williams
Georgia Mr. Frank W. Burr
Idaho Mr. B. W. Oppenheim
Illinois Mr. Jacob S. Shield
Indiana Mr. S. T. Downs
Iowa Mr. J. Latimer Davis
Kansas Mr. O. T. Cropper
Kentucky Mrs. Hiram P. Roberts 
Louisiana Mr. A. J. Chapman
Maine Mr. Albert H. Conant
Maryland Mr. W. H. Jennings
Massachusetts Mr. I. Pierce Sewell
Michigan Mr. A. H. Hulscher
Minnesota Mr. C. H. Dennison
Mississippi Mrs. Lilian Galarneau
Missouri Mr. W. A. Hinchman
Montana Mr. Richard H. Smith
Nebraska Mr. Lester B. McCoun
Nevada Miss Elizabeth Smith
New Hampshire Mr. Daniel E. Bridgman
New Jersey Mr. Harry B. Fowler
New York Mr. B. F. Bailey
North and South Carolina  Mr. E. Guggenheim
North Dakota Mr. E. LaRue
Ohio Mr. D. S. Humphrey
Oklahoma Mr. Charles Mitschrich
Oregon Mrs. Ada B. Gage
Pennsylvania Mr. John F. Braun
Rhode Island Mrs. May D. Robertson
Tennessee Mr. S. D. Cole
Texas Mr. Fred W. Indermille
Utah Mr. Warwick A. Tyler
Vermont Mr. E. H. Russell
Virginia Mr. Walter H. Miles
Washington Mr. C. Macklem
West Virginia Mr. W. K. Frederick
Wisconsin Mr. Ross K. Decew
Wyoming Mrs. Emma J. Umshler
 
CANADA
British Columbia Mrs. E. Jewel Robinson
Manitoba Mr. D. S. Robb
Nova Scotia Major H. B. Stairs
Ontario Mr. J. Edgar Fielding
 
FOREIGN
Panama Mrs. Lettie M. St. Clair
Hawaii Mrs. Edith Love
 
Great Britain Mr. A. G. Maxtone-Graham