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An interview with Mrs. Naething, a prominent club...

From the September 1904 issue of The Christian Science Journal


AN interview with Mrs. Naething, a prominent club woman, which appeared in the New York Evening Telegram a short time ago, will be read with especial interest by Christian Scientists, because the stand taken by this lady is in accord with at least one of the reasons advanced for the adoption of the Mother Church By-law, "Church Organizations Ample." The interview follows.

" 'Have I turned Christian Scientist? Certainly not,' exclaimed Mrs. Charles Frederick Naething, to-day, when some one suggested that that was the only construction which her friends could put upon her wholesale resignation from all the clubs of which she is a member, a step which this club woman has recently taken.

" 'Not at all,' continued Mrs. Naething, 'I am not a believer in Christian Science, but I do believe that a woman owes something to her home.'

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