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April 11, 1937

Sun., 11   (Other writing)   Three sermons today, Dr. Sockman, Montreal and Dr. Fosdick. Check $1.20 from McAuliffe. I write Helen & Bernice Graham. Frances got a chicken dinner—Grace attended service & sang a duet with Fred Flagg—she went … Continue reading

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March 28, 1937

Sun., 28   Easter Service from Arizona. One from San Francisco. Dr. Sockman at 10 a.m. (illegible line) Tuttle gets dinner. Grace attends church. Tuttle gets dinner (sic) Fosdick at 4 P.M. Grace & Bob doing funeral pieces & so … Continue reading

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February 14, 1937

Sun., 14   A dismal day. Rain all day long. Dr Sockman & Montreal & Dr. Fosdick which is something to be thankful for. Frances gets a chicken dinner. Write Anna a birthday letter. Grace attends church but works on … Continue reading

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January 17, 1937

Sun., 17   Dumas comes at 10 o’clock. Grace stays home to get dinner which is good. Write Helen. Hear Dr. Sockman a sermon from Montreal & Dr. Fosdick. All good. Grace attends choir rehearsal.

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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 24, 1933

Sun., 24   Stuff & steam the turkey. Grace attends church & S.S.  Write Gertrude & Ben. Mary Ross brings a glass of crabapple jelly. Mrs. Ketcham calls, which gives me a chance to pay her for fixing my coat. … Continue reading

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December 3, 1933

Sun., 3   Cold abating, tho I am not feeling good. Dark. Rain in the air. Grace attends church & S.S.  Ruth helping everywhere. Three rugs from No. Adams. Ream of paper from Tuttle Co. Wings (?) & American Poetry … Continue reading

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