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16 July 1879

Bloomington Relief Society; Bloomington, Idaho Territory

present on the Stand Miss Eliza R Snow Mrs [Mary Isabella] Horne Mrs Kimble [Sarah M. Kimball] also Mrs. [Serepta M.] Heywood [. . .] Sister Snow said this was her first visit she felt that [n.p.] her intrest and the intrests of those who are Liveing there Religon are one and the same advised the sisters to attend there Meetings, as regulorly as posibly did not recomend the sisters or Mother to leave there Children in an unproted [unprotected] state to go to Meeting be very truthful to youre Children Mothers do not give there Children half the creddit they Deserve A Mother can not do her duty to her little ones with out the influence of the spirit of God Bro [George] Osmond remarke that his remarked his remarked would he shart he felt glad the sisters from the City had come [. . .] [n.p.]

Source Note

Bloomington Ward, Bear Lake Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1872–1973), vol. 1 (1872–1882), n.p., CHL (LR 789 14).

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16 July 1879, Bloomington Relief Society; Bloomington, Idaho Territory, The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow, accessed June 19, 2024