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December 16, 1933

Sat., 16   Morning devotions not very intelligible because the speaker talks too fast. Dumas doing the work, the little that  Ruth leaves. She, Ruth, cleans the chicken, gets most of the dinner. I have all the cold I can … Continue reading

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December 14, 1033

Thurs., 14  Morning devotions. I am “under the weather” with a cold but glad that I did not stay in bed. Crotchet halfway around the table pad. Ruth insists on doing nearly everything. Grace also has a cold. She goes … Continue reading

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November 10, 1933

Fri., 10  Another snow storm. Morning devotions consisting of a prayer. Hitler, talking from Germany, takes 10 off the 15 minutes for devotions. Wash stockings. Mend a little. Crotchet a little. Make out an order to Sears & Roebuck. Not … Continue reading

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October 17, 1933

Tues., 17   Static ruins devotions. A dark rainy day. Dumas washes but leaves the clothes in pans. Haven’s (or Harran’s?) store broken into last night and good stolen to the amount of $1000.00.  Letter from Sister Helen, still in … Continue reading

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September 25, 1933

Mon., 25   Morning devotions.  Mrs. Ketcham works for Ruth. A good day, in which I get tired. Tuttle not feeling well. Work begins to-day on the new bridge proposed building at the Falls.

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August 30, 1933

Wed., 30   Morning devotions. Cool in the shade. Hot in the sun. Helen is about sick with a cold and Tuttle has one also. Rena Cotey calls, buys a book. Receive a beautiful lace table cover from Helen.

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August 15, 1933

Tues., 15   Morning devotions and static. Dumas washes & irons. Make a rhubarb pie. Get dinner. Mend some of the wash. Lena does the dishes. Corn & hamburg. Grace & helpers make 8 funeral pieces. She goes to a … Continue reading

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