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Author Archives: Mary F C Pratt
Fri., 19 Morning devotions. Do a little mending.
Thurs., 18 Morning devotions. Make a steamed fruit pudding with whipped (sic) Letter from Sister Helen. She is not so well and will not come the 22nd as she planned. Write Cousin Addie. I think I’ve been mixing up … Continue reading
Wed., 17 Morning devotions. The Penwomen meet with us. Mrs. Hoyt comes after an illness. I work until they come. We have 11, but Miss Bosworth stays only a few minutes. A racing wind but a very good day. Dumas … Continue reading
Tues., 16 Morning devotions. Dumas washes. A good day to dry clothes. Hot. Grace & Virginia attend the S.S. picnic at our Bay. I make filled cookies. Have terrible luck. Write Anna. Write Helen. She will be home soon.
Mon., 15 Morning devotions. Make a custard pie. Warner comes to visit Virginia. Write Sister Helen. Work a little on the electric stove. Sort papers, etc. We go out to Henrietta’s for supper.
Sun., 14 No devotions but a sermon from Montreal. I get a chicken dinner. No one attend church. It is vacation for Mr. Hagar. Read “Silver Slippers” by Temple Bailey. Get a little ride around the square. Karl’s family go to … Continue reading