Dollis M. Pierson

Minister's Wife, Washington, D.C.

Our Part in the Finished Work

The monthly shepherdess column

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An Open Letter

A shepherdess feature by Dollis M. Pierson.

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By the President's Side

The Editor interviews Dollis Pierson

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Ideas for Your Shepherdess Meetings

THE "Sharing Meeting" in the New York Conference is one of the best attended and most enjoyed of all their Shepherdess meetings. This is a time when workers' wives have an opportunity to exchange ideas, share tips on time-saving devices, demonstrate new crafts, and in general present anything that particularly interests them and has been a help to them in their work. . .

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By His Side

BEAUTY is a way of life to those who live in Sumiruna Ryo (the name of the girls' dormitory at Japan Missionary College). The college, built on rising ground overlooking a typical Japanese country scene of field and pine forests, has to its west Mount Fuji's snow-capped peak and blue Tokyo Bay.

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Women of East Brazil Organize Large Shepherdess Club

A recent letter from Mrs. W. J. Streithorst of Brazil gave interesting details of their Shepherdess Club organized at the beginning of 1970. Workers' wives and other women employees of the six fields and five institutions make up its membership. . .

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A Visit With the "King's Daughters"

IT WAS near zero weather, and snow and ice covered the ground as our plane touched down at Portland, Maine, airport, January 25. The State of Maine can be as beautiful in mid winter as it is in spring and summer, especially just after a new blanket of snow has covered the earth and the sun is shining down on evergreen branches laden with snow and glistening icicles.

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Moving!

Adopting a good attitude!

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