Friday, March 1, 1974

What we're doing in the Church

Kay was set apart January 17, 1974, by Hartmon Rector Jr. as one of the seven presidents of the 190th Quorum of Seventy.

Dale is working in Bolivia's capital city, La Paz. He is assigned to Branch 9 and reports there are twelve branches in the city. His address will always be the same, no matter where he is stationed: Casilla de Correo 4789, La Paz, Bolivia. In one of his first letters he wrote: "The people are really neat. Fast Sunday I just cried because of the humbleness of these people. They'd do anything for the Church."

Sheryl's brother, Scott Crandall, has received a mission call to the Alberta-Saskatchewan Mission.

Kristine is first counselor in her second year Beehives class.

Lyle was called February 3, 1974, to serve as first counselor in the Sunday School presidency of the Bellingham 1st Ward. Barbara has been serving for over a year as secretary of the Primary.

Lynda was called December 9, 1973, as second counselor in the Primary of the Ogden 67th Ward. In January she was released as MIA activity and service advisor. Gail serves as Explorer committeeman.

On January 13, 1974, I was released as second counselor in the presidency of the BYU 11th Branch and then resustained as first counselor.

Stan, Terry, and Dave all played on the senior basketball team of the Bellingham 1st Ward. The team captured fourth place in the stake.

Lynda was in charge of a daddy-daughter date on January 18 that followed an early-1900s theme. Gail and Angie attended as daddy and daughter.

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