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17 July 1886

Alpine Primary; Alpine, Utah Territory

[. . .] Sister Snow sayed [said] that she was glad to see one of the boys move that the minutes be acc[e]pted and that the Mothers would feel sorry in after years that they dident [didn’t] send their children to the Primary told the larger members to attend the Primary for it encour[a]ged the smaller ones to come told us all to come and not to stay away because our names [p. 101] are not on the Programs also spoke some on the word of wisdom and the use of Tobacco felt that the spirit of God was with us. She hoped the Lord would bless us [. . .] [p. 102]

Source Note

Alpine Ward, Alpine Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1879–1973), vol. 1 (1879–1896), pp. 101–102, CHL (LR 10595 18).

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17 July 1886, Alpine Primary; Alpine, Utah Territory, The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow, accessed June 19, 2024