Which General Authority was elected to the Cowboy Hall of Fame in 1970?
a. David O. McKay
b. Spencer W. Kimball
c. LeGrand Richards
d. Anthony W. Ivins
B Sister J. Reuben Clark
From the life of J. Rueben Clark: Concerned with her husband’s passivity toward the Church, Luacine Clark commented, “I don’t see why you can’t do a little church work. . . Everyone loves to hear you talk, you would be such a big help if you would take hold. You have been nearly twenty years out of it. . . . I have hired you, I remember, more than once to go to church with me, but now you are of age.”
. . . .At the funeral of Second Counselor Charles W. Nibley, President Grant whispered to First Counselor Anthony W. Ivins that he knew who could fill the vacancy in the Presidency: “This man Clark, the ambassador to Mexico.” “You can’t get him, Heber,” Ivins advised, “he is a $100,000-a-year man.” Replied the President, “We can ask him.”
Richard S. Van Wagoner and Steven C. Walker, A Book of Mormons, (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1982), 70-71.