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The newly elected President, Luther Phillips Cudworth, C.S.B., of Boston, Massachusetts, is a native of Iowa. During his early childhood his family moved to St. Paul, Minnesota. There he received his education in the public schools, which was supplemented later by special courses at Harvard University and Harvard School of Business Administration.
After several years' connection with a publishing business in St. Paul, Mr. Cudworth moved to Portland, Oregon, where he was associated with a public utilities company.
He became a student of Christian Science in 1905, and a year later united in membership with First Church of Christ, Scientist, Portland. Shortly thereafter he received Primary class instruction, and in 1907 joined The Mother Church.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Myrtle Holm Smith, Adair Hickman, Roy Garrett Watson, Gordon V. Comer, Amea H. Harris, William D. Kilpatrick, Thomas E. Hurley, John H. Hoagland, Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy
The Mother Church, Its Significance and Purpose
HENDRIK J. DE LANGE
"Grace for to-day"
ANNE R. ADAMS
"The expression of God's being"
VERA S. BRYDEN
Has the Day of Miracles Passed?
John Randall Dunn
"The sanctuary of God"
The inspired Word of the...
Irene Ireland Holland
With joy and gratitude I give...
For twelve years I have enjoyed...
Emma V. Miller
In December of 1942, the members...
Charles R. Kipp with contributions from Isabel Kipp
All I have I owe to Christian Science
Sarah C. Holt
The Scriptures inform us that...
Laurence R. Wood
A. MARTHA DAVIS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from George Paull T. Sargent, Allen B. Cook, Ivol I. Curtis, Stanley B. Hyde