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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 9, 1932

Sun., 9  Grace attends church. I get a chicken dinner. Henrietta is invited to the State School as Miss Gagnon’s guest. She stays to dinner & supper. Karl goes after her & eats his frugal supper at at (sic) our … Continue reading

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September 18, 1932

Sun., 18  A sermon from Montreal. Grace & Helen attend church. I get dinner which is ready when they come home. Cool. Write Helen, Anna, Amy Rice, Susie Heald’s daughter.

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August 21, 1932

Sun., 21  A nice day. Most of a sermon from Montreal. Still it is vacation. Tuttle gives Helen & me a ride. Grace is too busy with her flower work. Mary Ross & Henrietta come at different times but go … Continue reading

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August 14, 1932

Sun., 14   No devotions but a sermon from Montreal. I get a chicken dinner. No one attend church. It is vacation for Mr. Hagar. Read “Silver Slippers” by Temple Bailey. Get a little ride around the square. Karl’s family go to … Continue reading

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August 7, 1932

Sun., 7  A good sermon from Montreal. We are alone for dinner. Grace does not attend church, but rests instead. Write Gertrude, Anna & Helen.

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July 31, 1932

Sun., 31  No devotions. A sermon poorly delivered from Montreal. Chicken dinner. Karl & Henrietta come to dinner. A ride to Ferrisburg Corners. Many well filled cars on the road. Thunder showers. Copious showers. Write Gertrude, Ben & Anna. Henrietta … Continue reading

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