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April 6, 1937

Tues., 6   (Other writing)  Morning devotions. Dumas washes after dinner. Frances comes a little after ten. I wrote Virginia. Kathleen reads this afternoon. Henrietta goes to Burlington for dental work.  Letter from Helen. She found Dr. Sockman’s church & … Continue reading

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March 22, 1937

Mon., 22   (Other writing)  Morning devotions. Betty read (sic) to me. I had indigestion in the evening. Dr. Phelps came. A letter from Virginia.   Ella writes “Bettie” but this mysterious other person writes “Betty.” Maybe Betty writes and … Continue reading

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March 18, 1937

Thurs., 18   Get the prayer. Dumas comes to work and of course we send her home. Write Virginia. Sometimes(?)  ?  not describe in words. Bettie reads in the P.M.  No sunshine. None this week.

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September 7, 1933

Thurs., 7   Morning devotions. Clouds and mists which the sun drives away. Helen & Henrietta go to Burlington. Grace makes flower pieces all day until the Binghams come for her for the Pettibone funeral. Sam Preston, our old neighbor … Continue reading

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September 4, 1933

Mon., 4   Morning devotions. Grace has a card from Ruth. Spend the morning cleaning greens, etc. Have a boiled dinner. Clouds but no rain. Mr. & Mrs. Bostwick of St. Albans come for Virginia and Barbara. It is quiet … 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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August 5, 1933

Sat., 5   Morning devotions. A nice day. Cool in the shade. Dumas on the job. She cleans the stove, mops kitchen & dining room, does the housework, etc. Grace prepares for a picnic at the Lake An elaborate luncheon. … Continue reading

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