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December 15, 1933

Fri., 15  Morning devotions. A cold night. Cloudy & snow falling. No letters for me. I finish the table pad. Work a little pasting booklets. Write a few cards in the evening. My cold continues but I think it will … Continue reading

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December 11, 1933

Mon., 11   Morning devotions. Sun shines but the clouds overshadow it and it is not only (blank line sic) I must have gone to sleep as I often do when writing. It is cold!  Cold!  The warmest place & … Continue reading

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December 1, 1933

Fri., 1   Morning devotions. An uneventful day. Very quiet here. Do a little braiding on a mat & a little crotchet. Clear & quite cool. Make an apple pie. Have difficulty in baking it. The moon comes up full … Continue reading

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November 28, 1933

Tues., 28   Morning devotions. I begin work on a braided chair cover. Also crotchet.

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November 27, 1933

Mon., 27   Morning devotions. A bitter north wind. Snow in the night. Send an add (sic) to the Enterprise and books to Warner. 10 New Sketch Book 10   “         “        “  … Continue reading

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November 25, 1933

Sat., 25   Morning devotions. A Baptist clergyman. Dumas sweeping, etc., etc.  The Binghams take Grace to Burlington to dinner. She goes to the hospital to see Aunt Helen. Ruth helping. Finish wheels for my tidy. Write Walter Coates, Tuttle … Continue reading

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November 10, 1933

Fri., 10  Another snow storm. Morning devotions consisting of a prayer. Hitler, talking from Germany, takes 10 off the 15 minutes for devotions. Wash stockings. Mend a little. Crotchet a little. Make out an order to Sears & Roebuck. Not … Continue reading

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