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Mr. W. Stuart Booth, C. S. B., of Denver, Colorado, has been appointed an Associate Editor of the Christian Science periodicals.
Mr. Booth is a native of Iowa. In early boyhood he removed to Denver, where he has since made his home. He was educated in the public schools of Denver, after which he engaged in business for a number of years. Through the healing of his father, Mr. Booth's family became interested in Christian Science over thirty-eight years ago, and after that Mr. Booth devoted part of his time to the practice of Christian Science. Over twenty-one years ago he gave up his commercial life, and has since devoted his entire time to Christian Science work. He is a member of The Mother Church; also of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Denver, where he has served as First Reader. He later served as Committee on Publication for the state of Colorado for nine years. Mr. Booth became a teacher of Christian Science following instruction by the Board of Education in the Normal Class of 1919. In June, 1925, he was appointed a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, which position he now resigns to assume his new duties. Mr. Booth will continue to teach in Denver.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Robert E. Buffum, Ralph O. Brewster, The Christian Science Board of Directors, Edward L. Ripley
The Christian Science Board of Directors
The Promise of Christian Science
Worship and Dedication
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Ulla von Rosen, Katharine Warren King, Frank Arthur Hilton, Jr.
I suppose there comes into the life of everybody, sooner...
Constance M. Hickson
Christian Science has bestowed upon my family and...
Harry Frank Rose
As I hear the testimonies at the Christian Science...
Adelbert H. Burnes
Christian Science has met my needs for the past eighteen...
Rena M. Bechard with contributions from Owen
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Arthur C. Archibald, Davis, A. E. Truxal, George Lansbury