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Hon. William W. Davis, C. S., was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and attended its public schools. Since then he has been in business in Boston and in Cambridge. He has served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, the Senate, and Governor's Council, and was a Presidential Elector in 1924. Mr. Davis was admitted to membership in Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, and to The Mother Church in Boston in 1906. The same year he was appointed an usher in The Mother Church, where he has continued to serve.
George Shaw Cook, C.S.B., of Chicago, Illinois, was born in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Removing to Chicago with his parents, he was educated in the Chicago public schools. He went from school into the business world, later becoming identified with financial interests in Chicago and New York.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from William W. Davis, Frank C. Colby, The Christian Science Board of Directors, Edward L. Ripley
On the Forgiving of Trespasses
Albert F. Gilmore
Refreshment and Invigoration
Violet Ker Seymer
Divine Aid Always Available
When I enlisted for military service in 1917, I was discouraged...
Arthur Yaker with contributions from Ethel Marie Yaker
When I was struggling with a false sense of self, helpless...
Christian Science as a remedial agent was first proved...
Nelle E. Curtiss
In the late summer of 1924, when I seemed to be in the...
M. Mae Knowlton
I am more grateful for Christian Science than words can...
Hazel Ella Knopf
I have been encouraged and strengthened and healed so...
Ruth A. Hershey
Do not be in a hurry, but be diligent
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Idah McGlone Gibson