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February 27, 1937

Sat., 27   Dr. Walton talks. Helen still sorting. Works all dat (sic) my papers. Grace reads the papers. East porch is warm. (3 illegible lines—I can make out “funeral” and “died in Texas.”) Advertisements

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September 7, 1933

Thurs., 7   Morning devotions. Clouds and mists which the sun drives away. Helen & Henrietta go to Burlington. Grace makes flower pieces all day until the Binghams come for her for the Pettibone funeral. Sam Preston, our old neighbor … Continue reading

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September 6, 1933

Wed., 6   Morning devotions. Cold dark and cloudy all day. Mend a dress & sew carpet rags. Finish a letter to Hattie. Make a cornstarch pudding for dinner with whipped cream for dessert. With the setting in of night … Continue reading

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May 4, 1933

Thurs., 4   No morning devotions. Do the morning work. The dinner dandelion greens our first. Do the dinner work & iron my bed curtains until I get tired. Letter from Helen, which I answer. Mrs. Stephen Noonan & Casper … Continue reading

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February 18, 1933

Sat., 18   Morning devotions. A bit of a snowstorm in the morning. Dumas comes early. Does the housework & something on the cleaning. I get out the mending bag & have an easy day, as I do no cooking. … Continue reading

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February 17, 1933

Fri., 17  Morning devotions. Do the work and get dinner. Bull-pouts, which Henrietta cooks, which is a great help. They are good and nicely done. Parsnips & a strawberry shortcake which is good. Karl comes to dinner. He testifies to … Continue reading

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January 16, 1933

Mon., 16   Morning devotions. A perfectly gorgeous day. Type “A Picture,” work at a number of things. Letter from Harriet Chapman. Death of William Shangraw (Uncle Bill) who has been a great sufferer for a long time. Grace makes funeral … Continue reading

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