Tag Archives: jig-saw puzzle

July 30, 1933

Sun., 30   A hot morning. Do the morning work which is light. Grace attends church where some people from Basin Harbor come for her & she has dinner at the Lodge. I put dinner for two on the kitchen … Continue reading

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July 19, 1933

Mon., 10   No devotions. Nothing but static. Finish the puzzle with Tuttle’s help. Rain last night. Sort papers & letters. Wash stockings, etc. Letter from Mrs. Witherell which I answer. An electric shower at night.

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July 9, 1933

Sun., 9   The weather is cooler. Mrs. Woodman calls to say “Howdy.” Get dinner. Grace attends church & Mary Ross comes home with her. They go for a walk. Tuttle takes me for a ride when he goes for … Continue reading

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June 16, 1933

Fri., 16   No morning devotions. Only static. Claudette, our new girl, begins work. I rest except getting dinner. Work on Duco puzzle Grace brought from Burlington. The air is a little cool. It looked so like rain this morning, … Continue reading

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May 30, 1933

Tues., 30   Morning devotions spoiled by static. Dumas washes. A damp day, but she irons. Finish the D.A.R. letters & one to Mrs. Johnson. Decoration Day & very quiet. Have a nice ride in the afternoon on the Lake … Continue reading

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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 21, 1933

Sun., 21   A very lovely day after the pouring rain. A lovely cat-bird sits on the topmost branch of the pear tree, in place of the mocking bird. I hope he decides to stay. Tuttle brings a jig-saw & … Continue reading

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