22 March 1879

Salt Lake Stake Young Ladies; Fourteenth Ward Meetinghouse, Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

White building with wood trim.

Salt Lake City Fourteenth Ward meetinghouse, circa 1890. (Courtesy Church History Library.)

[. . .] After the reports were read, Pres. Eliza R. Snow nominated Sister Louie Felt and Sister Clara Young Conrad as counselors to the [p. 37] President of the Y. L. M. I. A. [Young Ladies Mutual Improvement Association] of Salt Lake Co. The vote in their favor was unanimous. [. . .] Pres. E. R. Snow addressed the sisters on many subjects pertaining to our lives here and hereafter. She specially exhorted mothers to have their children attend the Primary Associations, and said that there they would be instructed in the ways of the Lord She alluded to home industries and other necessary labors which devoive [devolve] upon the Saints. The storing of grain was another duty women had been called upon to preform, which seemed a heavy responsibility, and she felt great caution and wisdom was needed in the work. [. . .] [p. 38]

Source Note

Salt Lake Stake, Relief Society Record Book (1868–1903), pp. 37–38, CHL (LR 604 70).

See also “Home Affairs,” Woman’s Exponent 7, no. 21 (1 Apr. 1879): 218–219; and E. B. W., “Relief Society Conference,” Deseret News 28, no. 8 (26 Mar. 1879): [9].