Tag Archives: the Bulletin

May 8, 1932

Sun., 8  A nice day. We are invited to Karl’s to dinner and go. Mr. & Mrs. Chapman are buried to-day in one grave in the Gage cemetery. Karl is a bearer. Funeral at 4 P.M. Write the Bulletin. Lillian … Continue reading

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April 24, 1932

Sun., 24  A day of sunshine. Mocking bird with us. A veal pot-pie for dinner. Grace attends church. I write the Bulletin to the children. Miss Bertha Lewis calls.

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April 10, 1932

Sun., 10  And this month is one third gone. Do the morning work & get dinner. Have an afternoon nap of an hour. Have a ride to Reef Bridge, and return via New Haven Junction. Dirt roads not passable for … Continue reading

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April 3, 1932

Sun., 3  No 3    Only now & then a ray of sunshine. None of the children attend church. I get a chicken dinner. The bird comes in the morning but something keeps him away. Write the Bulletin.

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February 22, 1932

Mon.,22  Morning devotions. Storm all day, at intervals. Type “Lost Bird” for the Enterprise, also for “Versecraft.” Send Bulletin to Ruth, Helen, Gertrude & Anna and a letter to Belle Brown in the hospital. Grace takes part in the Centennial … Continue reading

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February 21, 1932

Sun., 21  Sunshine in the morning. Get a chicken dinner. Grace & children attend church & come to dinner. The bird comes. Write the Bulletin. Clouds up. Fosdick sermon is injured with static, but it was on Washington and taken … Continue reading

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January 31, 1932

Sun., 31  Rise late. Do the morning work. Get a chicken dinner. Grace attends church & has to make funeral sprays all afternoon. Hear Fosdick (static terrible) and Schumann-Heink.   She is 71 years old.  Growing cold. Mockingbird stays a long time … Continue reading

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