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12 September 1880

Tooele Stake Young Ladies; Tooele, Utah Territory

On the stand from Salt Lake City President E. R. Snow, and Sister E. [Emmeline] B. Wells

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Sister Snow said she had learned for the for the that the Young Ladies Stake Organization was not complete

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Sr. E. B. Wells cautioned the Young Ladies to be careful as to whom they married. as the position was one of great responsibility, urged the sisters to keep good hours. not to stop out late at night, to learn good manners, urged on Mothers to teach their daughters, at home, these things, also the laws by which we are governed, recommended us to become united, said she always felt well in the midst of the Young ladies

Sister E. R. Snow. said she felt to endorse all that Sr. Wells had said

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Source Note

Tooele Ward, Tooele Stake, Young Women’s Mutual Improvement Association Minutes and Records (1874–1913), vol. 2 (1877–1884), pp. 29–30, CHL (LR 9216 17); Mary Ann House, Secretary.

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