60 years ago today - Jan 19, 1953

The First Presidency informs stake presidents of the need for stenographers and other office help in the missions and suggests that a few properly trained women at least twenty-one years old be called as missionaries. The previous minimum age for sister missionaries had been twenty-three.

[Source: The Woodland Institute 'On This Day Historical Database,' http://www.woodlandinstitute.com]

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