Religion: Sermon of the Week

By the fourth Sunday in May, Episcopalians expect to complete their task of raising $3,000,000 for a hospital and other mission buildings in Tokyo.

The sermon of the week was delivered—on this subject—by Col. William Cooper Procter, whose family, together with the Gambles, makes Ivory Soap in Cincinnati. (The Gambles are famed Methodist philanthropists.) Col. Procter, stern, swarthy and big, was known four years ago as financial "nunky" of General Wood, presidential aspirant. Speaking as chairman of the money-raising committee of which Bishops Talbot and Gailor are honorary chairmen, he said:


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