20 April 1881

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

[. . .] the president [Ellen S. Clawson] then asked Sister Snow to speak. Sister Snow said that it was a beautiful sight to her to see the children meet togather & improve their talents, she asked the boys and girls what kind of men & women they would like to make. they said good men & women. she said if we were tempted to do wrong, to think that God would see what <we> were doing if nobody else did. she told us of an instance when a man was healed by faith, he had <the bone in> his right arm smashed all to peices. his friends sent for a Surgeon but could not obtain one but they found an elder who administered to the man and he was healed instantly She told us many things that were interesting as well as instructive [. . .] [p. 82] [. . .] [p. 83] [. . .] Sister Snow asked how many of the children had Hymn books said she should like all of the children to have them. [. . .] [p. 84]

Source Note

Twelfth East Ward, University West Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1879–1972), vol. 1 (1879–1885), pp. 82–84, CHL (LR 12908 18); Martha Hardy, Secretary; Mary Lyon, Assistant Secretary.

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