Tag Archives: the Lake

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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August 8, 1937

Sun., 8   Feel better. Church services. Grace goes to church. Ben comes with little Anne. He takes his family to the Lake for a week’s vacation.

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June 21, 1937

Mon., 21   Morning devotions. Lakeside memories in the Free Press. Rain. Shirley sends her picture taken for her graduation.

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November 3, 1933

Fri., 3  Morning devotions. Dark & cloudy. Put a pocket on a morning dress. Settle 3 accts. The Guild, H.C. Herrick & Wayland Bristol, church subscription. Letters from Sister Helen, Dr. Melton. Ruth Collins Chase comes at 4 o’clock P.M.  … Continue reading

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September 23, 1933

Sat., 23  Helen’s birthday. 50. Make a custard pie for dinner & an apple pie for tomorrow. Morning devotions come clear. Ruth busy straightening out her belongings. Grace goes to Del Grella’s at the Lake. Dumas doing the Saturdays work. … Continue reading

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September 15, 1933

Fri., 15   Morning devotions. A good day. Tuttle takes Helen, Grace, Loraine Bristol & me to Basin Harbor. I give a report on the Seth Warner Memorial Highway & read poems on the Lake. We have a nice meeting, … Continue reading

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September 3, 1933

Sun., 3   Clouds but no rain. A sermon comes in good from Montreal. Get a chicken dinner. The two Helen (sic) do the dinner work. I read in “Miss Bishop” by Bess Streeter Aldrich. Virginia & Barbara go to the … Continue reading

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