Tag Archives: Lillian Lewis

June 18, 1933

Sun., 18   Cool & cloudy. A little rain now and then. Have chicken broilers for dinner. Grace attends church. A quiet Sunday. A dear little hummingbird comes & sits on the clothes line. They have a nest close by, … Continue reading

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May 14, 1933

Sun., 14   A very lovely day. Get a chicken dinner. Walter Coates, wife & daughter & Silvia Bliss come to eat it. Grace helps me out & Dumas comes at 10 o’clock, so everything goes all right. Cars come … Continue reading

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February 16, 1933

Thurs., 16   Morning devotions. Sleep late. do the morning work & the morning is gone. Get dinner, etc. Iron quite a little. Mary Ross & Ruth Collins Clark come to call. Grace goes down town. Has a letter from … Continue reading

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February 15, 1933

Wed., 15    Morning devotions during which Lillian Lewis gets ready to go home. She goes down with Tuttle. Copy from an old notebook a few things which may be worthwhile. Commence a cap for night wear. No letters.

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February 14, 1933

Tues., 14   Morning devotions. Make a custard & mince pie. Letters from Helen & Mrs. Taylor, Valentines from the Metcalfe grandchildren. Lillian Lewis comes in the afternoon. Brings me a valentine, a box of cookies & sandwiches. Dumas washes … Continue reading

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January 14, 1933

Sat., 14   Morning devotions.  Dumas comes to do the housework.  I make a mince pie, a lemon shell, applesauce & cottage cheese. Copy poem “Not there.”  Send it to the Rutland Herald & two to Ripples. Hope they will … Continue reading

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May 8, 1932

Sun., 8  A nice day. We are invited to Karl’s to dinner and go. Mr. & Mrs. Chapman are buried to-day in one grave in the Gage cemetery. Karl is a bearer. Funeral at 4 P.M. Write the Bulletin. Lillian … Continue reading

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