Category Archives: Hattie Newman Fisher

October 13, 1933

Fri., 13   Morning devotions with detonations like thunder. A cool day. Get dinner but have a very quiet day. Helena, Mae-Frances & Mary Furgeson (sic) call. They tell me Sister Helen is in Mary Fletcher. Write Ben & Helen. … Continue reading

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October 4, 1933

Wed., 4   Morning devotions. Make a lemon pie for dinner. This is rather a sad day. Mend all the time I get and work on crotchet in the evening. Letters from Sister Helen & Hattie.

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September 6, 1933

Wed., 6   Morning devotions. Cold dark and cloudy all day. Mend a dress & sew carpet rags. Finish a letter to Hattie. Make a cornstarch pudding for dinner with whipped cream for dessert. With the setting in of night … Continue reading

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August 19, 1933

Sat., 19   Static & morning devotions. Make a blackberry pie. Get dinner, etc. Clean & cook a chicken for to-morrow. Little Ben comes in. Mr. Hill leaves him here on the way to Proctor. A review of “The New … Continue reading

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August 16, 1933

Wed., 16   Morning devotions and static. Get dinner, Sunday’s chicken and dumpling, corn & mince pie. A perfect day. Cut & sort sage. Grace & Lena work in the Den. I sort papers in the old pantry.  Peter Nelson, … Continue reading

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August 9, 1933

Wed., 9   Morning devotions. Static. Get dinner, do some mending. A gorgeous day after a cool night. Grace goes to Cornwall Fair Haven (sic) Wilma takes her. They leave at 12-30. The “little Maid” cuts off my nap with … Continue reading

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August 8, 1933

Tues., 8   Morning devotions and static. Dumas washes & irons. We clean two cellar shelves. A little rain last night. It looks like a rainy morning but doesn’t rain. Write cards to Walter Coates, Stanton Muzzy & Arthur Peach, … Continue reading

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