10 November 1881

Spanish Fork Primary; Spanish Fork Meetinghouse, Spanish Fork, Utah Territory

Large, brick building with steeple and arched windows

Spanish Fork meetinghouse, Spanish Fork, Utah Territory. (Used by permission, Utah State Historical Society.)

Sister Eliza R. Snow Smith Said she never felt happier when she met with the children and here their music. When we come to meeting we should sit very still and look at the speaker and not turn our head around to see who comes in. she ask the children who was the first prophet in this dispensation. And if we are good and pray and be obedient to our parents we will raise up to be good men and women and said she was going to devide us into to classes and Sister Mary A. McLean was going to be the president over all and hoped the Lord would bless us all. [. . .] [p. 28] [. . .] Sister Eliza R. Snow. Smith said she felt proud of us for our good behaviour [. . .] [p. 29]

Source Note

Spanish Fork Ward, Utah Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1878–1953), vol. 2 (1881–1886), pp. 28–29, CHL (LR 8611 18); Hannah Jex, Secretary.

See also “Here and There,” Woman’s Exponent 10, no. 12 (15 Nov. 1881): 93.

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