November 30, 1926

Tues., 30  Dumas finishes the ironing, cleans & sweeps, etc. The sun comes out for a little time. Send Ben’s papers, the Bulletin & return poor “Mansfield” to Mr. Cummings. Sew some in the afternoon & evening on Grace’s torn scarf & her dress, in process of erection & here’s hoping it will soon be erected. Letter from Helena. A letter of notification from Mrs. Lyman Kent of my acceptance in the Panton cemetery association. Thus endeth the dark month—the one that always brought trouble to Aunt Frank.

 

I wonder why the Panton cemetery, since the Fishers are buried in Vergennes.  I wonder what Aunt Frank’s troubles were. 

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