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Around the World

This past summer, we two girls were privileged with something that neither of us will ever forget. We travelled around the world and learned a lot. One of the things we realized was how fortunate we are to have been brought up in Christian homes and in a country in which we have almost anything […]

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Catch the Vision!

The Berlin Sportpalast (Sports Palace) is packed to capacity. From thousands of voices rises a constant din. There is an air of excitement, expectancy and eagerness. People of every age and class are here, the young, the old, the middle aged, the factory worker, the office girl, the doctor, the student, the nurse and many […]

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A Few Opinions Resulting From a European Tour

I didn’t know how to begin this article, or perhaps I should say “where” to begin it, so I decided to put off writing until another time and read my “Reader’s Digest” instead. I turned to the article, “The Scots Among Us,” and that reminded me of the time I took the train from London, […]

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Our Bomb Shelter

Fourteen years ago, on December 7, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy – the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by the forces of the Empire of Japan. Japanese planes swept down on Pearl Harbor, our great naval base in Hawaii, while submarines sank many of our battleships, killing […]

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Reaching for the Stars

Reaching For The Stars, by Nora Wain. Little, Brown, and Com­pany, Boston. This is not a novel, as the title would perhaps lead you into sur­mising. It is more like a travel­ogue than a novel, but it isn’t ex­actly that either. The author’s husband went to Germany in 1934 to study music and she accompan­ied […]

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