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19 September 1881

Mount Pleasant Fourth Ward Relief Society; Mount Pleasant, Utah Territory

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Sister E R Snow Smith fellt pleased to meet with the Sisters and also with the brethern, said there is nothing in the intrest of Latterday Saints that differs Man and wifes nothing can seperaet them but it is not so with the world, there is no Society of the face of the earth that is so much thought of and so happy as the Women of the Latterday Saints said we have no language to express thankfulness, for the great blessings we pos[s]ess. Perfection is our aim, no people on the face of the earth have the fulness of the Gospel as the Latterday Saints. said there is manyy denomanation but none have so much priveligion [privilege?], and the hope to come to presence of our heavenly Vather [Father]. Therfore we art to day to overcome the wikedness of our nature to get worthy of the promises we have of our heavenly Vather, we should alwise [always] strugel [struggle] to be a LDS in very deed

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Sister Hyd [Mary Ann Hyde] born her Testomony said we need to be wat[c]hful and prayerful, said our beloved Sisters had come to visit us, and hoped that we would treasure up and provit [profit] by the good instructions that was given

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Source Note

Fourth Ward, Mount Pleasant Utah Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1878–1972), vol. 1 (1878–1889), pp. 88–90, CHL (LR 5827 14); Louise A. Hasler, Secretary.

See also “Visit to Sanpete,” Woman’s Exponent 10, no. 11 (1 Nov. 1881): 84.

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