Religion: Marriage Around the Corner

Speaking with an authority on marriage derived from 20 years as rector of Manhattan's famed Little Church Around the Corner, Dr. J. (for Jackson) H. (for Harvelle) Randolph Ray deplores hasty wartime weddings. He thinks they are usually the result of "glamor and excitement rather than genuine affection," do not give the couple a chance to adjust to each other, are especially unfortunate if immediate offspring result. But Rector Ray knows that warriors and their girls will continue to get married no matter what he thinks, so offers the following seven rules for war brides:

1) Set up a home of your...

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