Category Archives: Sister Helen Simonds

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 7, 1933

Sat., 7   Morning devotions. Make a cherry pie. Dumas doing the work. Ruth cuts down the syringa bush by the window. Cold & cloudy. Thick clouds like snow. Tuttle takes me to Middlebury & Louise Manning treat (sic) my … 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 30, 1933

Sat., 30   Morning devotions. Dumas doing the work. I mend a little, crotchet a little. Write some letters. One to Mrs. Witherell & Mrs. Coolidge. A most beautiful day. Sky clear, air fine. A good breeze blowing of pears … Continue reading

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September 29, 1933

Fri., 29   Morning devotions. Ruth spends the forenoon downtown doing errands, etc. Get dinner. Grace washes the dinner dishes. Mrs. Andrews brings word that sister Helen is down with heart trouble at Mrs. Arms at 415 South Union. Write … Continue reading

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September 23, 1933

Sat., 23  Helen’s birthday. 50. Make a custard pie for dinner & an apple pie for tomorrow. Morning devotions come clear. Ruth busy straightening out her belongings. Grace goes to Del Grella’s at the Lake. Dumas doing the Saturdays work. … Continue reading

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September 22, 1933

Fri., 22   Morning devotions. Ruth goes down town with Tuttle and Robert Ketcham brings her home. He buys one of my books. Grace takes flowers to Dr. Phelps & I send one of my latest books. Letter from Sister … Continue reading

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