Category Archives: PEOPLE

January 16, 1933

Mon., 16   Morning devotions. A perfectly gorgeous day. Type “A Picture,” work at a number of things. Letter from Harriet Chapman. Death of William Shangraw (Uncle Bill) who has been a great sufferer for a long time. Grace makes funeral … Continue reading

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January 15, 1933

Sun., 15    A fine sermon from Montreal on the unpardonable sin, which may be defined as the neglect of conscience our inward Monitor, until we cease to hear its admonitions. Karl & Henrietta & Warner, also Grace, attend Church … Continue reading

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January 14, 1933

Sat., 14   Morning devotions.  Dumas comes to do the housework.  I make a mince pie, a lemon shell, applesauce & cottage cheese. Copy poem “Not there.”  Send it to the Rutland Herald & two to Ripples. Hope they will … Continue reading

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January 13, 1933

Fri., 13  Morning devotions.   Make a warm apple pie for dinner, at which we have smelt. A beautiful sunny day. Letter from Wightman Melton inviting me to contribute to another book of tree poems, which I answer. Tuttle takes … Continue reading

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January 12, 1933

Thurs., 12   Morning devotions. Get a sewing bag for the little girl next door. Make a dozen tea-bags. Wind up tangled string all the evening. Grace goes to Middlebury with the Hagars in the evening. Prof Kingsley of the College … Continue reading

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January 11, 1933

Wed., 11   Morning devotions injured by static. Henrietta comes for dinner & a little visit. Grace goes to the Mission meeting at Mrs. Wendell’s. We have the remains of Sunday dinner. Letter from Fay Warner & a box of … Continue reading

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January 10, 1933

Tues., 10   Morning devotions. Dumas doing the work. Make a custard pie for dinner. Do a bit of mending. Answer Mrs. Owen’s letter. A heavy wind comes up from the south. I love these clean white pages. It seems … Continue reading

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