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Category Archives: Gertrude Fisher Thomas
Sun., 16 Cold better, having fought it. Grace takes a S.S. class. I put dinner on the kitchen table & wash the dishes. Ben & family, Henrietta & Warner come in on their way to a picnic in the foothills. … Continue reading
Sun., 9 Grace attends church. I get a chicken dinner. Henrietta is invited to the State School as Miss Gagnon’s guest. She stays to dinner & supper. Karl goes after her & eats his frugal supper at at (sic) our … Continue reading
Sun. 2 Clouds and some rain. Grace attends church & goes to the S. S. as Mrs. John Donnelly’s dinner guest. She stays there to hear a lecture by Dr. Grenfell. We have a quiet day at home, eating a … Continue reading
Sat., Oct 1 Morning devotions. Alvin goes early to Pittsfield. I have a choking spell in the morning. Make a custard pie for dinner and an apple pie for to-morrow. Letter from Gertrude. Send “Fear” to August Lenniger. Grace goes … Continue reading
Wed., 21 No devotions. Make a Florentine pudding for dinner. Grace comes just as we get thru. Do a little more stocking mending. Letter from Gertrude. Tuttle gets a bushel of McIntosh apples of the Loomis estate.
Mon., 12 Morning devotions. These are lovely days. Get Tuttle some dinner & he takes Grace, Helen & me to Bristol Inn where we meet the Penwomen & have a Banquet. Mrs. Thompson Seton is the main speaker. Others are … Continue reading
Thurs., 8 Morning devotions. Letters from Ben & Gertrude. Stella Manchester comes to see Helen. Henrietta & Mother Field come for a call. Weather growing cool.