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10 May 1869


Ogden Second Ward Relief Society; Ogden, Utah Territory

[. . .] Present Prest [Lorin] Farr. F. [Franklin] D. Richards E. [Ezra] T. Benson & the Officers of the Society including Miss E. R. Snow. [. . .]

Sister Eliza Snow then adressed the Sisters, pointed out the duties of each member both at home & in their visits Spoke of the first organisation and of the good results derived therefrom—hoped the sisters would realise the social1 mission they had to perform Thought a Cooperative store was nessissary so that the sisters could set their own fashions.

Brother Benson hoped the sisters realised the blessing conferred upon them in being able to hear the instructions of Sister Snow.

Brother Richards did not wish to be thought wanting in interest but did not feel to add to what had already been said had enjoyed the remarks of Sister Eliza. &c. [. . .] [p. 26]

Source Note

Ogden Second Ward, Mount Ogden Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1867–1968), vol. 1 (1867–1872), p. 26, CHL (LR 6392 14).

See also Weber Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1867–1968), vol. 1 (1867–1875), p. 24, CHL (LR 9970 14).

Footnotes

  1. [1]The Weber Stake record uses the word “sacred” instead of “social.”