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December 16, 1932

Fri., 16    Morning devotions injured by static. O, my poor, poor Boy! Just to see you once more!  Letters from Pruden, card from Miss Miles. Do a little mending. Advertisements

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December 14, 1932

Wed., 14    Morning devotions almost drowned with static. Talk with Henrietta.  She has the program for the Mission meeting this afternoon at Gussie Norton’s. Grace & I do not go. She is too busy with Christmas work and I … Continue reading

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December 8, 1932

Thurs., 8    Morning devotions spoiled with static. Write “His Vision.” My lost boy! How am I ever to stop grieving? And I don’t want to stop! I love my boy and the memories of his childhood & his life … Continue reading

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October 14, 1932

Fri., 14  Morning static. Helen getting ready for her journey. She goes to Buffalo at noon, on the first lap of her journey to Pasadena. Grace goes to Brandon. Mrs. Cotey treats my aching feet. I think she made a … Continue reading

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October 12, 1932

Wed. 12   Static & unsatisfactory devotions. Make a custard pie for dinner and an apple pie for to-morrow, also an apple sauce cake and a chocolate cake and cupcakes. Miss Knapp of Brattleboro calls to see Helen. A supper … Continue reading

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October 11, 1932

Tues. 11  No devotions on act. (sic) of static.  Rain and wind in the morning, shifting to the north.  Dumas washes and clothes get dry.  Helen & I iron and Dumas sweeps chambers.  Poetry magazine sample copy.  Letter & Portland … Continue reading

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October 8, 1932

Sat., 8  Morning devotions spoiled by static. A cool day. Make one apple pie. Try to clear out the dining room. Fish chowder for dinner. Mrs. Tinkam & her mother Mrs. Richmond call just as we get ready to go … Continue reading

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