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Monday, August 18, 2014

Female Relief Society April 1878



Meeting Held April 29th 1878
Opened with singing "My God the Spring of all My Joy"
Prayer by Sister Peel
Minutes of former meeting were read and accepted.  Report of donations and disbursements were read.

Sister Morrison felt sat at heart because of such a slacking off in attendance of the sisters, but the Lord had said where a few were gathered together in his name , He would be in the midst to bless them and to .....good.

Sister Peel said she thought the time would come when the Sisters would be sorry they had been so .....and had not embraced the opportunity given us in coming together to hear our testimonies and talk of the goodness of our God .

Sister Simpson felt glad she was able to meet with us and was thankful for every blessing that was give unto us and.....humble.

sister Knusen said she went visiting, she requested the Sisters to try and attend the meeting.  She said she was always willing to help the poor, but did not see the necessity to coming to Meeting.

Sister Berthelsen:  It was our duty to set the example to others.

Sister Joplin said she had been kept away through sickness.

sister Josephson was thankful for the goodness of God and she wanted todo the best she can

Sister Ingre Christensen was glad to be able to meet with the Sisters.  All the sisters were satisfied with what it was doing.

Then Sister Peel translated the testimonies to Danish.

Sister Morrison  brought to the minds of  the the Sisters the poor Saints in Wales and a donation was taken up which promise 15 cents ...

It was moved and seconded that we sustain Sister Morrison as our President for our F R Society which vote was unanimous carried and many of the Sisters showed their satisfactory feeling towards  our President and her doings.

Meeting was closed with singing:
Glory to My God this Night
Prayer by Sister Hasler.

MFCMorrison, Pres.
Louise Hasler, Sec

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