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Wed., 21 No devotions. Make a Florentine pudding for dinner. Grace comes just as we get thru. Do a little more stocking mending. Letter from Gertrude. Tuttle gets a bushel of McIntosh apples of the Loomis estate. Advertisements
Tues., 6 Morning devotions. Dumas washes & irons with Helen’s help. Grace stages a picnic at which Mrs. Hagar & daughters & Edith McGovern attend. Mildred Tabor & children call, Mend a little. Get a boiled dinner. Karl and Henrietta … Continue reading
Sat., 3 A cool night. Morning devotions. Helen does the dishes. I get most of the dinner. Tuttle brings some lovely corn for dinner. Fix a dress & put it on. But read “Stepping Heavenward” by Elizabeth Prentiss, who … Continue reading
Fri., 26 Morning devotions. Another hot day. Get dinner. Do a little mending. Calls from Mrs. Mary Paine, Miss Paine & Mrs. Lindsey. Also Mrs. Oppenheim. Willard Adams buried to-day.
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