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19 September 1879


Weber Stake Young Ladies and Primary; Ogden Tabernacle, Ogden, Utah Territory

A long, rectangular building with triangle roof, a single chimney, and three arched, front-facing windows.

Original Ogden Stake Tabernacle. Used by permission, Utah State Historical Society.

Counselor L. [Lester] J. Herrick. Said [. . .] We are glad to have Sister Snow with us, She has devoted her time and talents to the promotion of all that is good and pure. He thought that the sisters deserved praise for the great good they were doing.

Elder D. [David] M. Stuart [. . .] spoke in praise of Sister Snow. said she had done a good work. and millions would yet arise and call her blessed.

Afternoon session: A large number of the Primary Association of Ogden City were on the stand.

By request of Pres. E. R. Snow, the children sang. “We—thank thee O, God for a Prophet.” [. . .] Pres. E. R. Snow asked many questions which were answered with promptness by the little ones. Her remarks were full [p. 62] of instruction. and could not fail to make a good impression upon the hearts; and minds of her attentive listeners.

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Pres. E R. Snow, exhorted the sisters to be watchful and energetic, to see that their children were kept under proper influences and that no evil take root among them. [. . .] [p. 63]

Source Note

Weber Stake, Relief Society Conference Minute Book (1855–1899), pp. 62–63, CHL (LR 9970 29); Amelia M. Frodsham, Secretary.

See also Weber Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1867–1968), vol. 6 (1877–1900), pp. 62–64, CHL (LR 9970 14); Weber Stake, Young Women’s Mutual Improvement Association Minutes and Records (1879–1966), vol. 1 (1879–1885), p. 11, CHL (LR 9970 17); “Home Affairs,” Woman’s Exponent 8, no. 9 (1 Oct. 1879): 68; and A. M. Frodsham, “R. S. Reports: Weber Stake of Zion,” Woman’s Exponent 8, no. 11 (1 Nov. 1879): 86.