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26 January 1881


Bunkerville Ward Conference; Bunkerville, Utah Territory

Bro. Samuel Knight brought Sister Eliza R. Snow, Zina D. [H.] Young and Minverva [Minerva W.] Snow. They held a meeting in the forenoon and all spoke by the Spirit and Power of God, giving good counsel to both old and young. In the afternoon they organized the Children’s Primary Association. And in the evening they organized the Young Ladies Association. Sister Eliza spoke in the gift of tongues and Sister Young interpreted it and there was great and glorious promises made to the people. Sisters Snow and Young annointed and blessed Calista [Elethra Calista Bunker Earl], who was sick. Sister Snow spoke in the gift of tongues and Sister Young interpreted and Calista felt much better after they got through.

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Source Note

Owen Ken Earl, comp. Journals from the Life and Times of Joseph Ira Earl and His Wives (Moses Lake, WA: n.p., 1988), 58, CHL (M270 E126j 1988?).