8 June 1880

Box Elder Stake Relief Society; Brigham City Courthouse, Brigham City, Utah Territory

Original adobe building in a dignified Federal style. Two-story building pictured in front of mountain landscape and behind a white picket fence

Courthouse, Brigham City, Utah Territory. Original adobe building was located at Main and Forest streets. (Used by permission, Utah State Historical Society.)

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First speaker Sist E R. Snow,

Theese organizations are of God. Our Church is not fully orga[n]ized without it. Are we not greatly blessed above all others. There is a great deel of labor. I know my sisters here are practical in my visiting I am pleased to hold you up as examples of unity, perseverance and good works. I’v been pleased with your report, and I feel to bless you The more liberal we are to do good the greater our means will multiply and the blessings of God attend us. If we keep our hearts full of compassion and love and do not fear to speak in praise of our Lord. This is no time to go to sleep, keep wide awake keep and you are all right Amen

[. . .] [p. 77]

Source Note

Box Elder Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1857–1944), vol. 4 (1878–1890), p. 77, CHL (LR 933 14); Mary Elizabeth Snow, Secretary.

See also “Visit to Brigham City,” Woman’s Exponent 9, no. 2 (15 June 1880): 12; and M. E. Snow, “Relief Society, Y. L. M. I. A. and Primary Reports: Box Elder Stake,” Woman’s Exponent 9, no. 4 (15 July 1880): 32.

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