Elvis Presley, of Rock and Roll fame, and although not LDS, bore his testimony in an LDS setting. Where did Elvis bear his testimony?
a. At a fireside
b. During a Sacrament meeting
c. At a Church visitor center
d. In a LDS seminary class
(C) She finally ate a decent meal
The following from Lydia L. Page Marcroft: My parents, John Page and Eleanor Esther Leader, came to Salt Lake in 1852. It was the winter following the grasshopper plague, and when I was born, there was not fifty pounds of flour in Salt Lake City. I was born late at night, a meal was prepared afterward, and the smell of food awakened my little sister, who was just five years old; and in her delight at having something to eat she exclaimed, ‘Oh, I wish Mother would have a baby every night so I can have some supper.’
Chronicles of Courage, comp. by Lesson Committee (Salt Lake City: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1992), 3:225-226.