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Salt Lake City, Utah (First Church).—Mrs. Blanche K. Corby, lecturer; introduced by Mrs. Abbie W. Farnsworth, who said in part:—
The great apostle Paul upon going into Athens found on an altar this inscription, "To The Unknown God," and he said to the Athenians, "Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you." So Christian Science is in the world to-day declaring unto us the God whom we have ignorantly worshiped, saying in the language of Jeremiah, "Am I a God at hand, saith the Lord, and not a God afar off?"
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Edward L. Ripley, James W. Hall, John W. Doorly, Willard P. Emery, Charles E. Jarvis
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Louis A. Gregory
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B. F. Chandler
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A Satisfactory Vacation
Gustavus S. Paine
with contributions from Abbie W. Farnsworth, Charles E. Heitman, C. M. Barton, Frank Poe, Edward Parfit, Josephine S. Goes, J. E. Rhodes, William J. Siegel, Mary C. Davis, Cora May Bennett, S. M. Lewis, Emmett J. Hull, Archibald W. Edes, Marie Hammer, Holman G. Norton
With the greatest joy I offer this testimony to the goodness...
Olive G. Austin
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Cora B. Viquesney with contributions from Ernest M. Viquesney
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Mabel Carter Truesdale Knott
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Annie Mallory Weimer