Tag Archives: Forest and Field Club

October 3, 1932

Mon. 3  Morning devotions, imperfect, from N.Y.  Letter from Elizabeth Davenport about Ruth, who claimed her as her mother.  Tuttle tells me things I did not know, and the children did know and kept from me, regarding Ruth’s journey into … Continue reading

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September 25, 1932

Sun., 25  No devotions. Chicken dinner. Grace attends church. Karl & family call on their way to Weybridge. Karl & family call & they all go together on a picnic. Forest & Field club park their cars & take their … Continue reading

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September 14, 1932

Wed., 14   Morning devotions. Some clouds which look like rain but it doesn’t rain. Work thru the morning. Miss Miles comes to dinner. The Palmers call, bring Miss Susan Parker & take her back, also Miss Miles. Henrietta calls. Forest … Continue reading

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June 11, 1932

Sat., 11  Morning devotions. A beautiful day & quite warm. Letters from Helen, Gertrude & Anna. Also  from Phillis (sic) Fergus. Dumas cleans up for Sunday. I make a rhubarb pie, get dinner & sew on my dress. Fit a … Continue reading

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April 4, 1932

Mon., 4  Morning devotions. A day of sunshine. The mocking-bird stays around till afternoon. Sort the Sunday papers, clean 2 cupboard shelves. Wash napkins & stockings. Mend stockings. Letter from Ruth. She arrived at Anna’s at 1-30 Saturday. Rained all … Continue reading

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February 1, 1932

Mon., Feb. 1  Morning devotions.  A cold night. The bird stays on the porch rail a lot to-day. Grace attends the Forest & Field Club. I make the 3d apron. My poem “Any President” in Rutland Herald. Read “The Hermit … Continue reading

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January 4, 1932

Mon., Jan. 4   Sort papers, write letters, etc. Nothing happnes to me, but Grace goes to Burlington with the Hagars who take their daughter Helen back to school. Grace makes a fine cake for the Forest and Field Club which … Continue reading

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