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2 November 1879


North Morgan Relief Society; North Morgan Schoolhouse, Morgan, Utah Territory

Single-story, stone building with belfry; women and children pose in front of the building

North Morgan schoolhouse, Morgan, Utah Territory, circa 1900. (Used by permission, Morgan County Historical Society.)

[. . .] Sister Eliza R Snow being Present after the Usual Sunday after noon occupation of adminestration of the Sacrament of the Lords Supper Bishop [Wyman M.] Parker said he whould now hand the Meeting over to the Sisters and was pleased to do So and ask the Lord to bless them in their duties

Sister [Elizabeth B.] Worlton next occupied the time said she was pleased to introduce to the People of North Morgan for the Second time Sister Snow she was up in this Stake to attend Conferance. and she Sis Worlton had envitided [invited] her [Sister Snow] in Company with Sister Rick [Lydia P. Rich] an Councelor to Visit us and know if we whould give head [heed] to her councel we whould be benefited there by Sister Snow then talked to us for three Quarters of a hour telling us the benefit to be derived from a faithful, Prayr ful, life and that we Should pity those Poor Sisters that never atended Meetings they could not know or realize there Position Spoke Some on home industry Womens Privalage in Voteing, and particutary [particularly] exorted the Sisters not to forget to Pray for the Lord was witten [willing?] to grant us every good think <thing> but we must show our gratitude by thanking him for blessings recived. Sister Rich next Said being Called upon she whould Say a fue [few] words was much pleased with the good instruction of Sister Rich [Snow?] and hope we whould all bear it in mind and show by our works our determinnation to do beter in the next three Months then we had done in the past [. . .] [p. 42]

Source Note

Morgan North Ward, Morgan Utah Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1877–1973), vol. 1 (1877–1902), p. 42, CHL (LR 6176 14); Elizabeth B. Worlton, Secretary.