23 October 1880

Salt Lake City Twentieth Ward Primary; Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

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Sister Snow made a few remarkes said she was very much delighted and enjoyed the every thing that had been done thought every thing was instructive Said she loved to be with the children said she had enjoyed herself very much and was pleased to see such good order said she was thinking when she looked around that she had never saw such good order before manifested by little children. Said she would like to hear the children when any one prayed to say amen at the end of the prayer. Said good behavior and kind actions were better than money and thought Sister [Emma P.] Toone ought to be proud of the members hoped the children would pray to the Lord to give them long lives.

[. . .] [p. 83]

Source Note

Twentieth Ward, Ensign Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1879–1971), vol. 1 (1879–1881), p. 83, CHL (LR 9455 18).