A Doggie Would A-Tractin’ Go, Mm-hmm, Mm-hmm

President Charles A. Callis used to tell a story about the day missionary work went to the dogs, or at least to one dog. Unfortunately he doesn’t provide all the details historians would love to have – no date, for instance – but since it takes place in Atlanta, Georgia, we can assume it happened sometime between 1919 when he moved the mission headquarters to that city from Chattanooga, Tennessee, and early 1934 when his long tenure as mission president ended and President Callis returned to Salt Lake City.
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