Category Archives: Sister Helen Simonds

August 13, 1933

Sun., 13   Grace attends church. I get a chicken dinner. Letters from Gertrude, sister Helen and Arthur Peach and Ben. Write Helen, Gertrude & Ben.Tuttle takes me around the corner for a ride. We drive into the cemetery, find … Continue reading

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August 6, 1933

Sun., 6   Get a sermon from Montreal. They are almost always good from there. Chicken dinner. Grace attends church. It is a lovely day. Tuttle takes us to ride along the Bristol Mts. to East Middlebury. A very delightful … Continue reading

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August 5, 1933

Sat., 5   Morning devotions. A nice day. Cool in the shade. Dumas on the job. She cleans the stove, mops kitchen & dining room, does the housework, etc. Grace prepares for a picnic at the Lake An elaborate luncheon. … Continue reading

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July 26, 1933

Wed., 26   Morning devotions surprisingly good. A beauiful clear day. Work until noon. Make a mince pie. Henrietta takes Anna & boys & me to ride. We visit Ben & Debbie’s grave & find the Dunshee graves at Bristol. … Continue reading

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May 30, 1933

Tues., 30   Morning devotions spoiled by static. Dumas washes. A damp day, but she irons. Finish the D.A.R. letters & one to Mrs. Johnson. Decoration Day & very quiet. Have a nice ride in the afternoon on the Lake … Continue reading

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May 14, 1933

Mon., 15   No devotions. Do the morning work. A beautiful box of chocolates from Helen. Letters from Helen and Ben, who has returned from a trip to Concord. He finds Ruth much improved. A call from Faith Devine, who … Continue reading

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March 18, 1933

Sat., 18   Morning devotions. Make a custard pie for dinner which has a bad hump in it, a thing which happens about every one I make. Make a raspberry pie for tomorrow. Grace brings me a wallpaper scrap book … Continue reading

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