Category Archives: Sister Helen Simonds

November 29, 1932

Tues., 29  Morning devotions. Anna goes at 7-45 on the bus for Pittsfield. Dumas does the work & washes all the extra bed & table linen. Tuttle takes Grace & me to N.H. Street where the Green Mt. Branch of … Continue reading

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November 28, 1932

Mon., 28  Morning devotions. A clear cold day. Write Hattie. Write an order to the Burlington Savings Bank withdrawing a two-spot.  Anna & children go to Karl’s for the afternoon. Henrietta & Warner bring them home. I prepare a little … Continue reading

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November 11, 1932

Fri., 11  Morning devotions. Cloudy & cool. The election was a landslide for Roosevelt. Sort papers & delve into the forgotten past. Letter from Sister Helen. Write Amy Rice, Susie’s daughter, and Jane Sargent. Karl, Henrietta & Warner spending to-day … Continue reading

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November 6, 1932

Sun., 6  Get part of a Montreal sermon & Fosdick comes on at night. His first appearance this fall. Armistice Sunday. A lovely optimistic letter from Anna, like a bright leaf falling on dead & broken leaves. Tuttle gives me … Continue reading

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October 23, 1932

Sun., 23   Get a memorial service from Schenectady for Dr. Edward Everett Neale Prof in Union College, who dropped dead on the Campus last Aug. One thing he stressed that it is better to be a rolling stone and keep … Continue reading

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October 20, 1032

Thurs., 20  Morning devotions. Make a custard pie. Look over chapter history. Dumas hangs the clothes & irons most of them. Karl & Henrietta come to dinner. After, Grace, Henrietta & I go down with Tuttle to the D.A.R. meeting … Continue reading

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October 14, 1932

Fri., 14  Morning static. Helen getting ready for her journey. She goes to Buffalo at noon, on the first lap of her journey to Pasadena. Grace goes to Brandon. Mrs. Cotey treats my aching feet. I think she made a … Continue reading

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