Tag Archives: Charlie Ruscoe

May 24, 1933

Wed., 24   No devotions because of static. Cloudy morning. Charlie comes to finish the door & put up a curtain. I wash the curtains in the east kitchen window. Spend a few minutes finishing the jig-saw which is very … Continue reading

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May 22, 1933

Mon., 22   A lovely day. No devotions. Static. Charlie Ruscoe makes a new casing & fits a glass door at the south veranda. He eats dinner with us. Stanton Muzzy calls. I buy some books of him. He takes … Continue reading

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May 2, 1933

Tues., 2   Morning devotions. Another lovely day. I make a cup pudding for dinner. Dumas cleans up my bed & mattress, washes the curtains, etc. Charlie Ruscoe takes away the storm windows & puts on the screens. Our D.A.R. … Continue reading

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October 9, 1932

Fri., 7   Morning devotions spoiled by static. Clouds slowly clear away. Mrs. Andrews comes for the afternoon. As she cannot stay to supper I make a cup of tea. She & Helen pick up some pears. Charlie Ruscoe comes … Continue reading

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August 11, 1932

Thurs., 11  Morning devotions so filled with static that I do not get them. Make a custard pie. Ben & children come in at dinner time. Virginia stays & the rest go home. Letter from Tute Chadwick. Charlie Ruscoe commences … Continue reading

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April 23, 1932

Sat., 23  No morning devotions. Another day of sunshine. The bird still here. Dumas cleans the attic. I do not go up. Make a cherry pie for to-morrow’s dinner. Charlie Ruscoe fits a screen door onto the back porch. He … Continue reading

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April 17, 1932

Sun., 17  renew gargle  (sic)  No devotions but a Fosdick sermon to-night. Snowing hard all morning & the ground is white. Mocking bird comes back. We are alone at a chicken dinner. Charlie Ruscoe working for Grace. Write penscript letters … Continue reading

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