Tag Archives: Mrs. Andrews

November 30, 1932

Wed., 30  Morning devotions. Grace & Henrietta go with Otis to Buck Mt. for green things. They take their dinner & I put dinner for two on the kitchen table. Mrs. Andrews calls. I write Gertrude & Helen & I … Continue reading

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October 9, 1932

Fri., 7   Morning devotions spoiled by static. Clouds slowly clear away. Mrs. Andrews comes for the afternoon. As she cannot stay to supper I make a cup of tea. She & Helen pick up some pears. Charlie Ruscoe comes … Continue reading

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September 19. 1932

Mon., 19  No devotions. Cool. A frost in sections. Make a custard pie & burn the top of it. Mrs. Andrews comes to dinner, stays all the afternoon. Answer a letter from Mrs. Owen who used “Parade of the Motor … Continue reading

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August 9, 1932

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

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