“Contents,” Ensign, Sept. 1971, 1 Ensign September 1971 Volume 1 Number 9 Contents Regular Features First Presidency Message: To the Saints in Great BritainPresident Joseph Fielding Smith The Spoken WordElder Richard L. Evans Books Our Readers Write Religion in the World Programs and Policies Newsletter Today’s FamilyConducted by Mabel Jones Gabbott After All Editorial: Love Not the World Faith/Doctrine/History Reflections of a Missionary to Great BritainElder Hugh B. Brown Classics in Mormon Thought: Responsibilities of the PriesthoodWilford Woodruff (1807–1898) History of the Church in Great BritainElder Richard L. Evans Letters from Welsh PioneersT. H. Lewis Papa Was a Latter-day Pioneer (Part II)Leanor J. Brown Jessie Evans Smith (1902–1971) Contemporary Issues Ulster in FermentM. Dallas Burnett Britain and Europe in the Modern WorldRichard K. Gardiner The Church of EnglandJoe J. Christensen What’s Cooking in the British Isles?Muriel Cuthbert Permanent Press: The Fabric with a MemoryPeggy Ann Paulsen Human Relations/Teaching “And Ye Shall Teach”President Harold B. Lee A Time for Every Needful ThingHerbert F. Murray British Literature: A HeritageH. George Bickerstaff Fiction/Poetry Fiction: PachaneeMickey A. Goodwin PoetryMildred Barthel Cover Note: With the first area general conference of the Church being held in Manchester, England, August 27–29, it is appropriate for this issue of the Ensign to devote special attention to Great Britain. The front cover shows the River Ribble near Preston, where the first baptisms were performed. On the back cover, top to bottom, are photographs of the Preston, England, marketplace where missionaries first preached in 1837; a street meeting in Belfast, Northern Ireland; and Brixham Harbor at Batley, Yorkshire, England, where the Mayflower set sail.