Wednesday, March 5, 2014

The First General Authority to Fly

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The Wright Brothers took flight in 1903. Who was the first General Authority to fly?

a.      Elder George Albert Smith

b.      Elder David O. McKay

c.       President Joseph F. Smith

d.      President Heber J. Grant

Yesterday’s answer:

(D)   Littering

The following from the journal of Dan W. Jones: As I was so sure of going back when I left Devil’s Gate I had left my gun, saddle, a wagon that I had traded for, as well as a lot of carriage springs that I had gathered up.


In these days there were many things thrown away on the plains that were of value, and it was profitable to go back with teams and gather up wagon tires and other things which had been abandoned.

Chronicles of Courage, comp. by Lesson Committee (Salt Lake City: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1992), 3:300.

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