24 August 1879

Davis Stake Young Ladies and Young Men; Kaysville Meetinghouse, Kaysville, Utah Territory

Single-story white building with two doors and a central chimney in front

Construction on the Kaysville meetinghouse began in 1855. The building was dedicated in 1863. Courtesy Church History Library.

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Sister E. R. Snow Knew of nothing of more importance than the cultivation of the young, preparatory for future events; thought the Assc [Association] had been a source of great benefit, for they improved mentaly moraly and spiritualy yet how many there are who pay no regard to them to remedy this the Lord has introduced the organization of Primary Assc, that they may learn the ways of the Lord before their minds become impregnated with evil. She hoped the young would press forward and continue to improve.

[. . .] [p. 15]

Source Note

Davis Stake, Young Men’s Mutual Improvement Association Minutes and Records (1879–1882), vol. 1 (1879–1882), p. 15, CHL (LR 2160 16); Wealthy Richards, Secretary.

See also “Home Affairs,” Woman’s Exponent 8, no. 8 (15 Sept. 1879): 61.