3 May 1879

Malad Relief Society; Malad, Idaho Territory

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Sister Eliza Snow then arose. Said She knew they were pure eyes watching her Spoke upon a mission each one had to fill to gain a Celestial Glory, refered to a Sister that Seemed to be leaving this earth of being Sent back to fill that mission Said for us not Shirk no duty, Spoke upon the Records being kept, also of Storeing Grain, and a famine wishing us to be United Spoke upon raising Silk, also upon Home Industrys

The Silk Associations in Box Elder Stake was voted in there office

[. . .] [p. 98]

Source Note

Malad Ward, Malad Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1874–1915), vol. 1 (1874–1908), p. 98, CHL (LR 5191 14).

See also Box Elder Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1857–1944), vol. 4 (1878–1890), p. 41, CHL (LR 933 14); and “Home Affairs,” Woman’s Exponent 8, no. 2 (15 June 1879): 13.