Category Archives: Sister Helen Simonds

July 24, 1937

Sat., 24   Devotions. Letters from Sister Helen & Jane Sargent. Card from Grace.

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April 10, 1937

Sat., 10   (Other writing)  Dr. Walton talked this morning. Ground was white with snow but it all melted before night. Write to Gertrude. Received a letter from Sister Helen. Kathleen reads from Pilgrim’s Progress this P.M. Frances gets a … Continue reading

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March 31, 1937

Wed., 31   (Other writing–punctuation sic.)  Morning devotions another sunny day. Dumas does the washing and housework Frances does not come. Write Sister Helen. Letters from Mrs. Hafer and Bernice Graham. Grace gets dinner and reads to me.

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March 8, 1937

Mon., 8  (Other writing)  In bed. The doctor made 2 calls. Sarah takes care of me. Letters from Helen Smith & Sister Helen. Helena has gone to California.

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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.

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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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