Fourteenth Ward Assembly Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah
December 30, 1893
Sister Howe said, “I believe it is customary for the brethren to express their feelings in such cases, and thought it was right so to do. I always felt that I did not wish to be a drone in the hive of Deseret.12
“My experience has taught me that it is not the mighty or educated alone who can do the most good, but those who are willing to be laborers in the vineyard.13 I feel to sustain all those who are called to instruct and go from place to place. I bear my testimony to the good done in these meetings, and much will be required of those who have these opportunities of instruction.14 I feel that this duty to which I am called will be a pleasure, and desire to do all I can.”15 Sister Howe also spoke on charity, explained its meaning, and gave other good instructions.