The first Sunday School in Cache Stake was organized in Logan City in the "Old Hall", the second Sunday in May, 1866.
Elder William H. Shearman was the first Superintendent. F. W. Hurst took an active part in the organization.
Later E. M. Curtis was put in Superintendent until he went to Malad. Then Elder Thomas Stewart took charge for a short time. After he left to work on the railroad, Frederick Wm. Hurst was put in charge and labored until the fall of 1875 when he took a mission to New Zealand.
Elder Frederick Wm. Hurst was again chosen and set apart as Stake Superintendent at the Fall conference of October, 1881. His counselors were Charles W. Nibley and Fred Turner.
Frederick Wm. Hurst also filled at least two stake missions in Cache Stake. The summary of his labors in the mission from January 12, 1879 to February 1, 1880 is as follows:
He reports as follows on his mission from December 15, 1893 to March 15, 1894: Have visited 473 families, attended 49 meetings, administered to 21 persons.
|Pages 209 - 210 in the 1961 edition of the Diary of Frederick William Hurst|