January 8, 1932

Fri., 8   A hazy day. Morning devotions. The Hallock girls come to sew for Grace. I do the morning work. The snow is all gone. Tuttle takes Grace & me to Bristol where we greet Mrs. Thatcher Hoyt who gives us a luncheon. Then we have a business meeting, all of which is very pleasant. Tuttle comes after us. We leave the dinner table with everything on it. Letters from Helen & Phyllis Brown, who says her mother, Belle Shillar, fell Sunday & broke her hip. I write to her. Begin a letter to Ben.

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2 Responses to January 8, 1932

  1. Roseann Johnson says:

    What kind of business? Farm? Orchard? Florist?

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. I expect it’s a D.A.R. meeting, but I’m not sure. Sometimes mysteries prevail!

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