Aurelia S. Rogers, mother of the primary, picked up what habit from her grandmother?
b. Scripture study
From the life of W. W. Phelps: While living in Nauvoo, W. W. Phelps came to be recognized as a supreme toastmaster. New Year’s Day, 1845, he made a memorable toasting of the Twelve by giving each a descriptive sobriquet:
Brigham Young—“Lion of the Lord”
Heber C. Kimball—“Herald of Grace”
Parley P. Pratt—“Archer of Paradise”
Orson Hyde—“Olive Branch of Israel”
Willard Richards—“Keeper of Rolls”
John Taylor—“Champion of Right”
William Smith—“Patriarchal Jacob Staff”
Wilford Woodruff—“Banner of the Gospel”
George A. Smith—“Entablature of Truth”
Orson Pratt—“Gauge of Philosophy”
John E. Page—“Sundial”
Lyman Wight—“Wild Ram of the Mountains”
Richard S. Van Wagoner and Steven C. Walker, A Book of Mormons, (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1982), 208.