These verses were omitted from the poem by Emily H. Woodmansee for inclusion in the 1985 LDS Hymnal, Hymns.
This text is from the book Our Latter-day Hymns: The Stories and the Messages by Karen Lynn Davidson:
We'll turn from our follies, our pride and our weakness,
The vain, foolish fashions of Babel despise;
We'll seek for the garments of truth and of meekness,
And learn to be useful and happy and wise.
We'll wear what is sensible, neat and becoming
The daughters of Zion-the angels of light;
We'll work with a will, while the angels are scanning
Our aims and our actions from morning till night.
We'll bring up our children to be self-sustaining;
To love and to do what is noble and right;
When we rest from our labors, these dear ones remaining,
Will bear off the kingdom and "fight the good fight."
Nor shall our attention be wholly restricted
To training our children or shaping our dress;
The aged, the feeble, the poor and afflicted,
Our labors shall comfort, our efforts shall bless.
The Lord hath established the cities of Zion,
The poor of His people are trusting in Him,
He makes us a source for His poor to rely on;
Oh! shall we not brighten the eyes that are dim.
Oh! shall we not hasten to soothe the condition
Of the humble, the needy, the honest and pure?
Oh! let us remember, whate'er our ambition
Ti's our duty, our mission, to comfort the poor.
The verse listed as one in the hymnbook was the first verse of the poem and the next two verses are those printed as verses two and three in the 1985 LDS hymnal.