Category Archives: Ruth Fisher

December 15, 1933

Fri., 15  Morning devotions. A cold night. Cloudy & snow falling. No letters for me. I finish the table pad. Work a little pasting booklets. Write a few cards in the evening. My cold continues but I think it will … Continue reading

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December 14, 1033

Thurs., 14  Morning devotions. I am “under the weather” with a cold but glad that I did not stay in bed. Crotchet halfway around the table pad. Ruth insists on doing nearly everything. Grace also has a cold. She goes … Continue reading

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DECEMBER 10, 1933

Sun., 10   A cold night. The sun comes out & shines on the beautiful frosted sitting-room window. Ruth does most of the work. Grace attend (sic) church & S.S. Goes down at night with Mr. Day. I write Hattie, … Continue reading

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December 9, 1933

Sat., 9   Morning devotions. Cold north wind. Dumas doing the work. Letters from Helen, Gertrude & Anna. Mrs. Bingham sends her car for us at 3 p.m. We stop at Midd Inn & take in Mrs. Jarvis who keeps … Continue reading

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December 8, 1933

Fri., 8   Morning devotions. Ruth does the work. I sit still most of the time. Make some small scrap books for Kurn Hattin. How I wish Ruth could have good nourishing food.

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December 4, 1933

Mon., 4   Morning devotions. Snowing. After a time, the sun comes out. The snow melts & is gone. I have the privilege of washing the dinner dishes which seems good. I enjoy it. Ruth goes down town after dinner. … Continue reading

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December 3, 1933

Sun., 3   Cold abating, tho I am not feeling good. Dark. Rain in the air. Grace attends church & S.S.  Ruth helping everywhere. Three rugs from No. Adams. Ream of paper from Tuttle Co. Wings (?) & American Poetry … Continue reading

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