Category Archives: 1933 Ella

December 31, 1933

Sun., 31   Moderated, but the cold has crept in to shut up rooms & buildings. Get up an hour late but the bed is so comfortable! Write Sister Helen & Helena. A letter from her tells all about sister’s … Continue reading

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December 30, 1933

Sat., 30   Morning devotions. Trying to keep warm. Jones takes Tuttle down & back to-day. A nice letter from Emma McKenzie. She is in Claremont, Calif.  A very cold day, with wind in the south. Do anothing except a … Continue reading

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December 29, 1933

Fri., 29     28 below zero. Morning devotions. A blizzard from the north. Helen goes at noon. Telephone out of commission. Tuttle does not try to use his car but hires his passage down town & back. Poor birds … Continue reading

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December 28, 1933

Thurs., 28   Morning devotions after a cold night. Play with a jigsaw puzzle. Knit, etc. Letters from Gertrude & Anna. An invitation to Tea from Mrs. Collins for to-morrow night which I must turn down and am sorry to … Continue reading

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December 27, 1933

Wed., 27   8 below. Morning devotions. Sun shines all day and it’s cold.  Letters from George & Helena, and St. Albans. Grace brings me “Miss Stone” from the library. A book of monologues. I read it through. Send a … Continue reading

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December 26, 1933

Tues., 26   Morning devotions. The clergyman is very foreign. Bozart comes—3 copies because I have a poem in it. Snows all day. The men quit at the stone crusher The nuthatches are gluttons and they drive away the chickadees. … Continue reading

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December 25, 1933

Mon., 25   Morning devotions include a sermon by an Episcopal Bishop & take a half hour on account of Christmas. We have a filling dinner, roast turkey, etc. Karl, Henrietta & Warner come, making 8 at table. Half the … Continue reading

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