The Salvation Army provides variety of serves to the needy

Sarah Harris
Staff Writer

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In 1865, William Booth, a Methodist minister in London, England, took his ministry to the streets. Booth’s motto was “Soup, soap and salvation” to clean people and to save them, which is still used by the organization Booth founded, The Salvation Army. For the complete story, subscribe to our E-edition. Single editions can be purchased for 75 cents each.