Tag Archives: drought

August 2, 1933

Wed., 2   Morning devotions lost in static. Still hot. Cut & sort sage. The drouth has ruined all the garden things. Fred Booth comes for a wreath for their infant, 3 days old. George makes it of garden flowers. … Continue reading

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July 31, 1933

Mon., 31   Static for devotions. Have an easy day. Sun hot, earth parched & dry. Write Gertrude, send books for review to Rockwood & Dr. Melton, also letters. Go out to Henrietta’s after supper. House locked. The family hunting … Continue reading

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July 15, 1933

Sat., 15   Morning devotions. More or less static. Make two blueberry pies. Have our first green corn from Raymond Bristol’s. Write Helen & Ben. Grace goes down street with George before dinner. It is so dry we will have … Continue reading

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June 12, 1933

Mon., 12   Another day of sunshine. We need rain. The lawns are turned brown. Go over the proof sheets again. Kate Dalrymple calls to tell me about Hattie. Tuttle brings some pike for dinner. Sort papers. Write Walter Coates. … Continue reading

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