“Contents,” Ensign, Nov. 1972, 1EnsignNovember 1972Volume 2 Number 11ContentsSpecial FeaturesPresident Harold B. Lee: An AppreciationElder Gordon B. HinckleyPresident N. Eldon Tanner: A Man of IntegrityElder Hugh B. BrownPresident Marion G. Romney: A Symbol of RighteousnessPresident Spencer W. KimballFogblindRodney J. NelsonThe Great Apostasy as Seen by EusebiusHyde M. MerrillOn Making Appointments with Our GodL. H. O. StobbeThe Traditions of Their FathersJames T. DukeThe Evils of GamblingDallin H. OaksOur Handcart VacationEva L. HassellAlone Through DivorceMargaret H. HoopesExplaining Divorce to ChildrenGeraldine P. AndersonA Bishop Talks About Marital ProblemsRaymond A. BishopHelping Your Child Select a CareerLynn Eric JohnsonThanksgiving NostalgiaEvelyn K. LeonardsonLucy Mack Smith: Woman of Great FaithJaynann PayneToday Was Our AnniversaryKay H. WattThe Glass GardenJanet R. BalmforthFacts on NutritionR. Gaurth HansenReport From BelfastHerbert F. MurrayThe Remarkable Mexico City Area ConferenceJay M. ToddRegular FeaturesPoetry and VersePolicies and ProgramsOur Readers WriteBooksAfter AllOn the cover: Any review of Latter-day Saint women would have to begin with Lucy Mack Smith, wife of Patriarch Joseph Smith, Sr., and mother of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Jr. This month’s cover painting depicts Mother Smith at 45 to 50 years of age and the Smith family awaiting the return of Joseph, Jr., from one of his visits to Cumorah. The painting is by staff designer Howard Post and represents the first of many articles on outstanding Latter-day Saint women, both living and deceased. See page 68.