13 September 1884

Fountain Green Primary; Fountain Green, Utah Territory

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Sister Snow Smith asked if we were tired and she also asked if we knew what was the first law of heaven and she told us obedience was, and she asked if we knew what amen me[a]nt and she asked us if we knew when the Lord could see us. she asked if we bore our testimony and she also said we should always tell the truth and she said we should always pray for the sick she also told us there was quite a few children emegrated by the Primary she asked who translated the book of mormon. and she showed the children the watch that Joseph Smith wore. She asked if we paid our tithing and she told us never to forget our prayers.

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Sister Snow Smith spoke about some good books she had for sale.

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Source Note

Fountain Green Ward, North Sanpete Stake, Primary Association Records (1879–1948), vol. 2 (1882–1884), p. 112, CHL (LR 2970 31).

See also “Visit to the Country,” Woman’s Exponent 13, no. 9 (1 Oct. 1884): 68.

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