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January 14, 1933

Sat., 14   Morning devotions.  Dumas comes to do the housework.  I make a mince pie, a lemon shell, applesauce & cottage cheese. Copy poem “Not there.”  Send it to the Rutland Herald & two to Ripples. Hope they will … Continue reading

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January 8, 1933

Sun., 8  Grace attends church. Karl has a bad cough, trail of the Grip. They do not attend church but come to dinner. We have a chicken dinner with biscuit and a fruit pudding, for which Henrietta brings the cream. … Continue reading

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December 29, 1932

Thurs., 29    Morning devotions. A nice day. Grace goes on the bus to Burlington. The road is so icy that it is blocked with cars across it that cannot be moved out of the way, so the bus has … Continue reading

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December 27, 1932

Tues., 27    Morning devotions. Wash stockings, underwear & napkins. A nice day. Tuttle gives me a ride to Middlebury. Have a letter from Maud Stevens, a great surprise as I have not heard from her in many years. Addie … Continue reading

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October 26, 1932

Wed., 26  Get part of the devotions. Stuff & bake the duck Fred LeBean sent us—dressed & ready to cook. Have a painful morning with my aching feet. Work on the roll call. Send a copy of “Green Mt. Echoes” … Continue reading

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October 23, 1932

Sun., 23   Get a memorial service from Schenectady for Dr. Edward Everett Neale Prof in Union College, who dropped dead on the Campus last Aug. One thing he stressed that it is better to be a rolling stone and keep … Continue reading

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October 10, 1932

Mon. 10  Morning devotions.  Poor service.  Grace gets up early and makes funeral pieces for Russel Bristol’s funeral.  He is buried to-day.  Henrietta takes Helen & me to ride, we go to Weybridge Monument via Quaker Village and return by … Continue reading

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