24 January 1877


Salt Lake City Sixteenth Ward Young Ladies; Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

[. . .] Miss E. R. Suow [Snow], Mrs. P [Phebe] Woodruff, Mrs. B. [Bathsheba] W. Smith, Mrs. E. [Elizabeth A.] Howard, and Mrs. M. P. Youug [Margaret P. Young] addressed the meeting [. . .] gave much good and wise counsel and instruction and bore faithful testimonies to the work of God.

Bishop F. [Frederick] Kesler [. . .] Said that Sister Snow and others were doing a good work and they would have their reward [. . .]

Meeting then adjourned, after which all the officers and members, and the visitors named above [. . .] repaired to the residence of Mrs. M. [Mercy] J. Thompson where a table was spread with refreshments. Miss E. R. Snow then blessed the Young Ladies Association of this Ward and prayed that they might prosper.

[. . .] [p. 175]

Source Note

Mary Williams and Emily S. Ellsmore, “R. S. Report,” Woman’s Exponent 5, no. 22 (15 Apr. 1877): 175.

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