History comes alive when someone is able to not only read about the past, but also able to visit the places, see the artifacts, appreciate the images, read the actual words. For most people, history starts with learning about their family or their community. Imagine trying to discover your genealogy without anything tangible to search. Preservation of our heritage is a vital link to cultural, educational, aesthetic, inspirational, and economic legacies — all of the things that quite literally make us who we are. History plays a vital role in our everyday lives. We learn from our past in order to achieve greater influence over our future. History serves as a model of who to be and who not to be — of what to champion and what to avoid. Every day, decision-making around the world is based on what came before us.Why? ~~~ Because history matters. ~~~ Steve Berry
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Opened with singing, "How Beauteous Are Their Feet". Prayer by Sister Peel
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Minutes of a former meeting were accepted and approved of.
Sister Peel expressed herself with pleasure; was glad to meet with the sisters. She exhorted all to double their diligence and wished all a Happy New Year.
She explained that our president is sick and not able to attend. Sister Seely reported the 4th ward to feel all right and felt well herself. It was hoped that President Young will still live until he is satisfied with life and see the temple built at St. George.
Sister Branstead, Bertlesen, and Strem bore their testimony. Sister Johnson reported two dreams.
Miss C. Morrison brought in a letter from St. George from C.C. Rowe, C. Jensen, and Sena Monroe which were read with interest;Also the Temple Song.
All present felt well and cheering news from St. George. Sister Tidwell bore her testimony, feels to go on and to do all she can. Also, Sisters Peterson, Erickson, Olsen and S.M. Christison. Sister Simpson wished all a Happy New Year, feels well to meet once more and hope to live near to the Lord and to have His spirit to enlighten the minds of all that wished to do right, comfort one another and remember the poor.
It was moved and seconded that sister Caroline Larsen would be received as a member in the Relief Society. Sister Branstead related two dreams that will be recorded at another time. Sister Peel thanked the few assembled for coming and hoped all would pray for President Young. Closed with singing and prayer by Sister Seely.
Sister Peel Presided
Sister Wallace, Secretary
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Monday, February 8, 2010
He was the son of Morgan Arthur Winters and Lydia Ellen Tebbs. He was born 23 June 1892. He married
Lucretia Vern Seely who is a distant cousin of Alice. He died 30 December 1918.
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Opened with singing and prayer by Sister Peel.
Minutes of a former meeting were read and approved. Sister Morrison expressed herself with pleasure at having the opportunity afforded us of assembling together to bear our testimony and to talk of the principles of the gospel received in these the last days. Also, talked a little on the "United Order" and said that the Lord will have a tried people. If we would remember our prayers in private and public, he would give us his spirit to enlighten our minds and give us wisdom, knowledge and understanding if we were faithful to the whisperings of the good spirit.
Sister Peel also spoke in her own language. Many of the sisters bore a faithful testimony.
Sister Peterson read a singular dream she had which certainly was very instructive.
It was proposed, seconded and carried that sisters Synegore, Johnson, Mina Madsen, Charlotte Yenson were admitted teachers of the Visiting Committee.
Meeting closed and prayer by Sister Peterson
MF Morrison, Pres.
E. Wallace, Secy
Saturday, February 6, 2010
(Comment by Lee R. Christensen): The North Sanpete football team of 1929 was the first football team I saw in action. Neil Hafen, on a "sleeper" play ,my first play. I don't know who was expected to throw him the ball, Granny Peterson ,the quarterback, or Vernon Christensen, halfback, but I doubt either of them could have thrown the ball across the field to Neil. The ball in those days was much fatter than today's ball. The field was dirt, the tumble weed stickers many , and the times simpler. I was a 2nd grader, on my own, wandering over from Hamilton to see the game. And like everyone else roaming up and down the sidelines following the team. Go Rams!!!
Lee R. Christensen
Friday, February 5, 2010
They have been long-time supporters of the Pioneer Association, recently contributing both items of historic value and also monetarily. We appreciate our association with them and extend our sympathies to Reva and her family. Read Deseret News Obituary
"In all of us there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage - to know who we are and where we have come from."