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November 27, 1933

Mon., 27   Morning devotions. A bitter north wind. Snow in the night. Send an add (sic) to the Enterprise and books to Warner. 10 New Sketch Book 10   “         “        “  … Continue reading

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November 20, 1933

Mon., 20   Morning devotions. Sunshine, clear & cold. No letters. Tuttle goes to Bristol. Crotchet a wheel. Work a little on the Marker poem. A clear sunset, a new moon in the west, accompanied by a beautiful star. I … Continue reading

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November 19, 1933

Sun., 19   No devotions, just the Fosdick sermon at night. A very clear, beautiful morning, quite cool. Clouds afternoon. The Binghams brought Grace home & took her to church with the daughter Jessica, after which they bring her home. … Continue reading

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November 8, 1933

Wed., 8   Morning devotions. We spend a lot of time getting the clothes dry. A heavy north wind. Make a custard pie. A check from George Warner for $10.00 toward our Marker. It just pays the bill & I … Continue reading

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November 3, 1933

Fri., 3  Morning devotions. Dark & cloudy. Put a pocket on a morning dress. Settle 3 accts. The Guild, H.C. Herrick & Wayland Bristol, church subscription. Letters from Sister Helen, Dr. Melton. Ruth Collins Chase comes at 4 o’clock P.M.  … Continue reading

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October 3, 1933

Tues., 3   Morning devotions. Dumas washes. I make an old-fashioned apple pie. Ruth pares the apples. Mrs. Ketcham comes to try on Ruth’s dress & takes home my winter coat to mend. After dinner, Grace & I go down … Continue reading

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September 13, 1933

Wed., 13   Morning devotions. Quite cool. Helen goes to Dr. Clark’s funeral in Burlington. Grace also goes to Burlington at noon. Letter from Lou. A message from Dr. Dolloff that we may come after Ruth which makes me so … Continue reading

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