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10 August 1883

Draper Primary; Draper Ward Meetinghouse, Draper, Utah Territory

A white building with rectangular windows and angled roof

The original Draper meetinghouse, prior to being replaced by a new meetinghouse in 1892. Courtesy Utah Historical Markers and Draper Historical Society.

[. . .] Present on the stand were [. . .] Eliza R. Snow, Ellen [C.] Clawson, and Louie [B.] Felt, of Salt Lake City

[. . .] [p. 112] [. . .]

Sister Eliza R. Snow, addressed the children for a few minutes nothing pleased her more than to see a large number of children in a meeting capacity. had been much delighted with the all exercises. She then asked some questions. Spoke upon Prayer and faith, it was as much our duty to administer to the sick, as it was the Elders. Prayed for the blessing of Heaven to rest upon us. [. . .] [p. 113] [. . .]

Sister Snow was pleased to see such large boys and girls attend the meetings. Prayed that God would bless them, that they may grow to be good men and women. [. . .] [p. 114]

Source Note

Draper Ward, Jordan Stake, Primary Records (1880–1889), pp. 112–114, CHL (LR 2325 23); Eliza Stewart, Assistant Secretary.

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10 August 1883, Draper Primary; Draper Ward Meetinghouse, Draper, Utah Territory, The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow, accessed July 12, 2024