Sunday, May 20, 2018

The Latter-day Saints

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The Latter-day Saints is the team name of missionary baseball players. What country did they play in?
a.                  Japan
b.                  Switzerland
c.                   England
d.                  Dominican Republic
Yesterday’s answer:
A   Leave Nauvoo
From the life of Henry Grow:   Henry Grow was in the famous battle of Nauvoo. While this battle was going on he heard a voice one night distinctly say”: “Get up and get out of here in the morning.” He arose in the morning, hitched a yoke of cattle to his wagon, put in utensils, bedding and tent, leaving everything in the house, got his wife and three children in the wagon, and had moved about 50 yards from his house when the mob fired a 12-pound ball through the house, which was a frame building.

Andrew Jensen, LDS Biographical Encyclopedia, (Salt Lake City: Western Epics, 1971), 3: 94.

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