Tag Archives: St. Albans

August 15, 1937

Sun. 15   A good service on the radio. Ben comes in the a.m. on his way to the Lake & comes again in the p.m.  His family go back to St. Albans to night. Bull pout & baked potato … Continue reading

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March 14, 1937

Sun., 14  (Other writing)  Dr. Sockman talks at morning services. Ben, young Ben & Annie come from St. Albans. H, K & W come to dinner—a beautiful one of chicken & biscuits with all the extras. Grace goes to church … Continue reading

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December 27, 1933

Wed., 27   8 below. Morning devotions. Sun shines all day and it’s cold.  Letters from George & Helena, and St. Albans. Grace brings me “Miss Stone” from the library. A book of monologues. I read it through. Send a … Continue reading

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October 1, 1933

Sun., 1   Sky full of dark clouds. Karl, Henrietta, Warner & Ruth go to St. Albans. Grace goes to church and stays to S.S. so Tuttle & I eat our dinner on the kitchen table. Give Grace hers at … Continue reading

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September 18, 1933

Mon., 18   Morning devotions omitted. Ben goes back to St Albans. Lena doing the work. Ruth busy with her personal belongings. Letters from Addie Stevens & Mrs. Chatterton. Mrs. Bingham & nurse come to lay out garden plans. She … Continue reading

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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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July 23, 1933

Sun., 23   Get a prayer from Montreal. A hot day. Grace making funeral pieces until noon with Richard Torry for a helper. The flowers are for Waldo Clark, dead in Addison. Ben, Ben & little Ann call. The rest … Continue reading

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