Category Archives: Sister Helen Simonds

February 3, 1937

Wed., 3   Morning devotions. Clouds & sunshine. Quite cold. Grace reads the papers & Bettie reads P.M. Write Mary Goodale & sister Helen. Grace goes to a Movie.  John Hall is well and H(sic) is better. Advertisements

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December 31, 1933

Sun., 31   Moderated, but the cold has crept in to shut up rooms & buildings. Get up an hour late but the bed is so comfortable! Write Sister Helen & Helena. A letter from her tells all about sister’s … Continue reading

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December 27, 1933

Wed., 27   8 below. Morning devotions. Sun shines all day and it’s cold.  Letters from George & Helena, and St. Albans. Grace brings me “Miss Stone” from the library. A book of monologues. I read it through. Send a … Continue reading

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December 19, 1933

Tues., 19   Morning devotions. Dress & get down stairs. Ruth at the helm. Feeling rather shaky but improve toward night. Ruth ties up my packages. Two to Anna & one to Ben. Receive a few cards & send a … Continue reading

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DECEMBER 13, 1933

Wed., 13  Morning devotions. Cloudy morning. Snowing at noon. A fine snow falls the rest of the day and as dark closes in. Henrietta comes to dinner. I make a raspberry pie. Make a small balsam pillow which I take … Continue reading

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December 12, 1933

Tues., 12   Morning devotions. The sun is shining very bright. It is 8 below zero. As yesterday the clouds obscure the sun and it is cold and gloomy. I start in on booklets. Finish Anna’s letter. Christmas candies come … Continue reading

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December 7, 1933

Thurs., 7   Morning devotions. The same kind of day as yesterday. Make a custard pie for dinner. Grace goes to Burlingotn with Marie Warner. Goes to the hospital to see Helen. Dr. & Mrs. Collins call. Lawrence comes to … Continue reading

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