The life and service of Sister Frances J. Monson

Published: Friday, May 17 2013 4:31 p.m. MDT

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It was one month later when President Monson saw Sister Monson again. In fact, he even remembered the exact spot as being on the corner of 13th east and 2nd south.

There Sister Monson was with one of his grade-school acquaintances. President Monson took advantage of the situation and joined the conversation.

After saying goodbye, he took out his school directory and underlined one name: Frances Beverly Johnson.

He called Sister Monson and set up their first date, where they would attend a dance at the Pioneer Stake Gym.

When she began to consider the question, "Is this really the man that I want to marry?" Sister Monson consulted her mother.

Sister Monson was reassured by her mother that any man who takes care of his grandfather as President Monson had taken care of his would be a good husband.
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