Our predominately Catholic area of Massachusetts welcomes the volunteer efforts of the LDS missionaries in our communities, schools and hospitals. In our area, one pair was even made assistant football coaches, coaching the junior varsity team at the local high school. They stood on the sidelines in their white shirts and ties, and name tags, and coached the young men of our high school. They became known as "The Stormin' Mormons," and they set a fine example to the young people of our high school of service and morality. We appreciated their service.

For some reason, their little name tags didn't raise a single eyebrow; but of course, unlike Utah, Massachusetts is known to be a pretty radical, liberal state.R.S. Davis

Pepperell, Mass.