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September 26, 1933

Tues., 26   Morning devotions and static. Dumas washes, mops, etc. I make a custard & apple pie. Ruth helps on the dinner. I get tired & Dumas washes the breakfast dishes. Ruth & I take a short walk. The … Continue reading

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September 25, 1933

Mon., 25   Morning devotions.  Mrs. Ketcham works for Ruth. A good day, in which I get tired. Tuttle not feeling well. Work begins to-day on the new bridge proposed building at the Falls.

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June 2, 1933

Fri., 2   A beautiful day. I try to take things easy. Gussie Norton sends a car for me at 11-15. Mrs. Pliny Norton & Mrs. H.O. Fisher come from Addison & we go in the Norton car to Lincoln … Continue reading

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May 31, 1933

Wed., 31   Morning devotions. Grace busy with customers. I am feeling miserable & must get away from it. Mrs. Cotey & Mrs. Lucien Warner call. I have a visit with the latter on genealogy. Carlton Bristol buried to-day. Go … Continue reading

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May 28, 1933

Sun., 28   A beautiful day of sunshine. Cool north wind. Grace attends S.S. Get very tired. I begin to realize I am a back number, losing my grip on life. I shall have to get another grip or I … Continue reading

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May 4, 1933

Thurs., 4   No morning devotions. Do the morning work. The dinner dandelion greens our first. Do the dinner work & iron my bed curtains until I get tired. Letter from Helen, which I answer. Mrs. Stephen Noonan & Casper … Continue reading

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January 5, 1932

Thurs., 5   Morning devotions. The news flashed to every corner of the globe that Calvin Coolidge, Vermont’s greatest son, died in his Northhampton home. He is 60 years old, the age of my boy, Ashton. Three boys drowned in … Continue reading

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