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Fri., 19 Morning devotions. Do a little mending.
Sat., 13 Morning devotions. Make 2 berry pies. Mend a tablecloth. Letter from Gertrude. Lamp for Ben’s room from Sears, Roebuck. Virginia goes to Henrietta’s for the day. Mrs. Will Strong, Mrs. John Strong and Mary Strong come to call. … Continue reading
Tues., 9 Morning devotions. A nice day. Dumas washes & irons. I make 2 berry pies. Get dinner. Finish mending a slip. Go down town after dinner. To the Bank, To the Library, get “Blue Harvest.” To the hair dresser … Continue reading
Sat., 6 Morning devotions. A clean white page. Too bad to disfigure it. Letters from Gertrude & Hattie. Make 2 pies. Get dinner. Read afterward, besides a nap. Mend stockings. Go out to Henrietta’s after supper.
Wed., 29 Morning devotions. A very beautiful day, but clouds afternoon. Letters from Helen & Anna. Grace goes to Salisbury for noon lunch with Mr. Sleeper. Fix Grace’s dresses she bought in Burlington yesterday. George picks some cherries. They are … Continue reading
Thurs., 23 Morning devotions. Grace getting ready for a trip to Concord. Ben comes at 8-30. He & Grace leave at 9 o’clock. Write cousin Fay. Letters from Anna & Sister Helen, also Earl Kelley. Wilma sweeps & dusts the … Continue reading