Brother Chaffin continued to answer many questions in the bulletin throughout the year sometimes taking several editions to provide a detailed answer. The early months of 1952 saw a flu epidemic. The 3/5 edition indicated that all children 16 and younger were quarantined at home due to the flu and could not be at services. Measles were then reported in the 4/30 edition.
Warners Chapel conducted an 11-day tent meeting in Pfafftown (see 9/10 and 9/17 editions for ad) that resulted in an average of 15 non-members present every night and 3 baptisms (see 10/8 edition).
One thing is very clear. 1952 was a focused attempt to get members to attend Bible Study on Sunday morning. The cover of nearly every edition encouraged and even chastised members for their lack of attendance.