Tag Archives: calls

January 14, 1933

Sat., 14   Morning devotions.  Dumas comes to do the housework.  I make a mince pie, a lemon shell, applesauce & cottage cheese. Copy poem “Not there.”  Send it to the Rutland Herald & two to Ripples. Hope they will … Continue reading

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January 13, 1933

Fri., 13  Morning devotions.   Make a warm apple pie for dinner, at which we have smelt. A beautiful sunny day. Letter from Wightman Melton inviting me to contribute to another book of tree poems, which I answer. Tuttle takes … Continue reading

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January 11, 1933

Wed., 11   Morning devotions injured by static. Henrietta comes for dinner & a little visit. Grace goes to the Mission meeting at Mrs. Wendell’s. We have the remains of Sunday dinner. Letter from Fay Warner & a box of … Continue reading

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January 10, 1933

Tues., 10   Morning devotions. Dumas doing the work. Make a custard pie for dinner. Do a bit of mending. Answer Mrs. Owen’s letter. A heavy wind comes up from the south. I love these clean white pages. It seems … Continue reading

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January 5, 1932

Thurs., 5   Morning devotions. The news flashed to every corner of the globe that Calvin Coolidge, Vermont’s greatest son, died in his Northhampton home. He is 60 years old, the age of my boy, Ashton. Three boys drowned in … Continue reading

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December 25, 1932

Sun., 25    Clouds. Sleep late. Henrietta, Karl & Warner come to dinner. Henrietta brings the turkey (Tuttle’s purchase) cooked & ready for the table. We have a good filling dinner, but it is the saddest Christmas I have ever … Continue reading

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December 22, 1932

Thurs., 22    Morning devotions. A most beautiful day. I get out on the porch & hang up the first suet. It is the first lovely day since my illness. Jennie White is brought home for burial with service in … Continue reading

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