Tag Archives: the Lake

August 16, 1932

Tues., 16   Morning devotions.  Dumas washes. A good day to dry clothes. Hot. Grace & Virginia attend the S.S. picnic at our Bay. I make filled cookies. Have terrible luck. Write Anna. Write Helen. She will be home soon.

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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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July 22, 1932

Fri., 22  Morning devotions.  Clouds, mist & showers. Strawberry shortcake for dinner, after we ride out to N.H. street to get some more, but the lady was not at home. Copy M.S. sort letters etc. After supper we go out … Continue reading

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July 3, 1932

Sun., 3  A nice cool night. A sermon from Montreal. They sing “God Save the King,” which was quite appropriate for the day when U.S. threw off her shackles. Grace attends church, then goes with the children to the Lake. … Continue reading

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June 15, 1932

Wed., 15   Morning devotions. A hot day. Marie Warner comes for me at 10 o’clock. I go to Frank’s old home & the Seth Warner place where I was born. Jack Gough drives & Mrs. Vander Hought, Miss Lindeman and … Continue reading

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September 5, 1929

Thurs., 5  Morning devotions. No rain. Everything drying up & the water inadequte for the city’s needs. Get dinner. Boiled mackerel for dinner. Karl, Henrietta & Warner call on their way to the Lake. No rain, though it looks like … Continue reading

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August 25, 1929

Sat., 24  Morning devotions. Helen & I ride down town with Ruth. I sit in the car & watch the townspeople & the traffic go up & down the street while Ruth does the errands. Jack & Lou come to … Continue reading

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