Category Archives: Gertrude Fisher Thomas

July 16, 1933

Sun., 16   Not very hot to-day. Get a little from a service from Montreal. Grace attends church. I get dinner. Edna comes. Dr. & Mrs. London call. Write Gertrude. Grace & Edna go to the Cottage & have supper … Continue reading

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July 9, 1933

Sun., 9   The weather is cooler. Mrs. Woodman calls to say “Howdy.” Get dinner. Grace attends church & Mary Ross comes home with her. They go for a walk. Tuttle takes me for a ride when he goes for … Continue reading

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July 8, 1933

Sat., 8   Cooler. A shower after dinner, which helps a lot. Static bad at morning devotions. Make 2 prune pies. Get dinner. Finish cutting & sewing my old dress into a ball for rugs. Work on MS. Letters from … Continue reading

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July 7, 1933

Fri., 7   Morning devotions with static. Hattie goes back to Saratoga by train. Tuttle takes her to the Station. I note the train I call Ashton’s this morning about 5-40. Grace goes to Middlebury & has a Luncheon with … Continue reading

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July 1, 1933

Sat., 1   Morning devotions. Letters from Anna, Gertrude & a report from Dr. Dolloff that there is a definite improvement in Ruth. The best news I have had in a long time. Write Ruth, Anna & Gertrude.

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June 25, 1933

Sun., 25   A hot day. Fricasse of chicken & home grown peas—not ours but Raymond Bristol’s. Very good. Grace attends church in her new hat & gown. She says the Woodmans were there & Stanton Muzzy played the organ. … Continue reading

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June 18, 1933

Sun., 18   Cool & cloudy. A little rain now and then. Have chicken broilers for dinner. Grace attends church. A quiet Sunday. A dear little hummingbird comes & sits on the clothes line. They have a nest close by, … Continue reading

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