Category Archives: Sister Helen Simonds

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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December 6, 1933

Wed., 6   Morning devotions. Rain in the night & a morning so dark we have to work by electricity. Look over spinach. Make an old fashioned apple pie. Lawrence puts in a new bed piece in the electric oven … 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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November 25, 1933

Sat., 25   Morning devotions. A Baptist clergyman. Dumas sweeping, etc., etc.  The Binghams take Grace to Burlington to dinner. She goes to the hospital to see Aunt Helen. Ruth helping. Finish wheels for my tidy. Write Walter Coates, Tuttle … Continue reading

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November 23, 1933

Thurs., 23   Morning devotions. Keeping quiet, which Ruth makes easy because she is so helpful & sees to everything. Mend a little, crotchet a wheel. Write Ben, who has but one warm room in his big new house. Write … Continue reading

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