Tag Archives: Mrs. Hoyt

October 18, 1932

Tues., 18  Morning devotions. Dumas washes but cannot hang the clothes as it rains all day. Have a choking spell at noon. How can I avoid them?  Penwomen meet with Mrs. Carrol Langdon. An enthusiastic meeting, very nice refreshments. Mr. … Continue reading

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September 12, 1932

Mon., 12  Morning devotions.  These are lovely days. Get Tuttle some dinner & he takes Grace, Helen & me to Bristol Inn where we meet the Penwomen & have a Banquet. Mrs. Thompson Seton is the main speaker. Others are … Continue reading

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August 17, 1932

Wed., 17   Morning devotions. The Penwomen meet with us. Mrs. Hoyt comes after an illness. I work until they come. We have 11, but Miss Bosworth stays only a few minutes. A racing wind but a very good day. Dumas … Continue reading

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May 24, 1932

Tues., 24  Morning devotions.  Dumas washes.  A lovely day & the clothes get dry. I do the morning dishes & get dinner. After dinner Grace goes out to see Mrs. Hoyt. Letters from Helen & Mrs. Taylor of Richford. Mend … Continue reading

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