The Boy Mechanic, vol. 1, page 337
A screw that is taken from a place almost inaccessible with the fingers requires considerable patience to return it with an ordinary screwdriver unless some holding-on device is used. I have found that by putting a piece of cardboard or thick paper with the blade of the screwdriver in the screw head slot, the screw may be held and turned into places that it would be impossible with the screwdriver alone. - Contributed by C. Chatland, Ogden, Utah.
“Did Christ love you without any motive to draw His love, then will you not love Christ, in whom there are so many motives to draw your love?”
–Thomas Vincent, The True Christian's Love to the Unseen Christ