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Food Saving & Sharing


 

Food Saving and Sharing - Telling How the Older Children of America May Help Save from Famine Their Comrades in Allied Lands Across the Sea.
Food Saving and Sharing 1918
Cover & Title Page
Hunger Map of Europe 1918
Foreward
Grace at Table

CHAPTER

 I.

Food Saving and Sharing
II. Food in General
III. About Fruit and Vegetables
IV. Foods That Help Build the Body
V. Cereals, Foods Rich in Starch
VI. Sugar and Sweets
VII. Fats and Fatty Foods
VIII. Hungry Europe
IX. Where Is the Food of the World?
X. What We Did About It
XI. What We Have Yet to Do
XII. The Little Group of One

America's food pledge 20 million tons -  prove your Americanism by eating less

 

 

       
   

GRACE AT TABLE

1918

 
    Here we gather, dear All-Father,
Round Thy table to be fed.

'Tis Thy gift,—our daily bread.

As we gather to be fed
Nations plead for daily bread,—
Fighting son and anguished mother,
Orphaned children,—all together
Pray to thee for daily bread.
At Thy common table, Father,
Ask we all for daily bread.

God, All-Father, hear our prayer!
Move our hearts and minds to share
With Thy children at Thy table
This, Thy gift of daily bread,—
Sacred gift of daily bread!

Lest they perish, swift and eager
Share we now our daily bread.
Give through us, O great All-Father,
To Thy children, daily bread!

Sarah Louise Arnold

 

 
    INTRODUCTION part 2

LETTER II