Which future apostle at the age of twelve started to drive the family car, but because he didn’t know how to stop the car kept driving around the block until it ran out of gas?
a. Marion G. Romney
b. Joseph F. Smith
c. David B. Haight
d. Boyd K. Packer
B Delbert L. Stapley
From the life of Delbert Leon Stapley: Delbert was born into a family of nine chidren and was reared in Mesa, Arizona, where he learned early the hard work of farming and cattle raising. He loved sports and excelled in baseball, and he turned down an offer to enter the major leagues because he knew he would be required to play on Sunday. He went on a mission to the southern states at the early age of eighteen and served in the Marine Corps during World War I.
Flake, Lawrence R., Prophets and Apostles of the Last Dispensation, (Provo, Utah: Religious Study Center, Brigham Young University, 2001), 486.