Tag Archives: Mary Ross

December 24, 1933

Sun., 24   Stuff & steam the turkey. Grace attends church & S.S.  Write Gertrude & Ben. Mary Ross brings a glass of crabapple jelly. Mrs. Ketcham calls, which gives me a chance to pay her for fixing my coat. … Continue reading

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December 16, 1933

Sat., 16   Morning devotions not very intelligible because the speaker talks too fast. Dumas doing the work, the little that  Ruth leaves. She, Ruth, cleans the chicken, gets most of the dinner. I have all the cold I can … Continue reading

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October 29, 1933

Sun., 29   Cool & cloudy. I get a chicken dinner & Tuttle & I eat ours at the kitchen table. Grace attends church & S.S. & when she comes home with Mary Ross I have their dinner laid out … Continue reading

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August 17, 1933

Thurs., 17   Morning devotions. Keep busy. Get dinner. Clouds & mist but no rain. Sister Helen comes on the 1 o’clock train. We spend the afternoon visiting. Mary Ross calls. Grace goes to the Library in the evening.

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August 6, 1933

Sun., 6   Get a sermon from Montreal. They are almost always good from there. Chicken dinner. Grace attends church. It is a lovely day. Tuttle takes us to ride along the Bristol Mts. to East Middlebury. A very delightful … Continue reading

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July 13, 1933

Thurs., 13   Morning devotions. Lena picks more currants. Two young men, one totally blind, come to look over the piano. Grace comes just as they are leaving. The blind one tunes it. May Tracy, Ruth Parker & Mrs. Tracy … Continue reading

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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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