Tag Archives: Mrs. Taylor

February 14, 1933

Tues., 14   Morning devotions. Make a custard & mince pie. Letters from Helen & Mrs. Taylor, Valentines from the Metcalfe grandchildren. Lillian Lewis comes in the afternoon. Brings me a valentine, a box of cookies & sandwiches. Dumas washes … Continue reading

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January 28, 1933

Sat., 28  Morning devotions. Dumas washing dishes, etc. She cleans Grace’s closet & room, dusts downstairs rooms. I sort papers & make a coffee cake. Make mint jelly that doesn’t jell. Letters from Anna & Edgar Durand. Greeting from Mrs. … Continue reading

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January 26, 1933

Thurs., 26  Morning devotions. Send a birthday greeting to Mrs. Taylor who will be 80 on Sunday,  Jan. 29. Letter from Wightman Melton. Tuttle gives me a ride to Middlebury, where he goes on business. Grace working on funeral pieces. … Continue reading

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January 3, 1933

Tues., 3    Morning devotions. A raw south wind. Dumas washes & the clothes get dry enough to be brought in. A letter from Mrs. Taylor of Richford, my twin. Also a letter from Sister Helen. I finish the letter … Continue reading

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December 7, 1932

Wed., 7   Morning devotions. Not feeling very well. Write Ben, Mrs. Davenport & send a clipping to Hindley. Also an order to Sears & Roebuck. Also my photograph to Mrs. Taylor in Richford. Sunny morning & clouds over at night.

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November 28, 1932

Mon., 28  Morning devotions. A clear cold day. Write Hattie. Write an order to the Burlington Savings Bank withdrawing a two-spot.  Anna & children go to Karl’s for the afternoon. Henrietta & Warner bring them home. I prepare a little … Continue reading

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November 20, 1932

Sun., 20    Cold but clear & sunshine. Finish letters to Gertrude & Anna. Grace attends church & S.S.  Henrietta & Warner attend church & come up to dinner at 12 o’clock. Mary Ross comes & they go on a … Continue reading

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